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The Jewish Floridian ( May 11, 1934 )

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* ^Jewish fiend!ian FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY Vol. 7NO. 19 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FKI DAY, MAY 11, urn Pause" ThinkThen Act Price Five Cents /in,/', of certain agitation lo,jlh /'i "•" Mentioned Jewish 1/cWcri "' the Miami community, \ii might ""I be amist to direct out renders' attention to tinfollowing \irticlt appearing '" last Sundays 1/jjKi oj %  "''< Jewish Daily Bulletin. /A/v article was written by Her\iiuii Bernstein, one of the leading /,/•/' thinkers ami publicists of ill, presi at time. i:\AGGERATIONS We have received a letter from lu-i |ih I). Kaufman, chairman of tin' publicity committee of the I'.i..ii It i itli membership campaign | in Washington, together with speciI ntens of the "literature" used in %  ihe campaign. On April I the membership ol %  this Imlue was about 225," he writes. I "Tiiday it stands about 750, or more I than tripled in less than a month |. It is our purpose to continue until uc gel at lea.st a thousand members, which should be done in Iless than %  week, and thereby set la pace lor at least a million Jews Itii become members of the B'nai [B'rith with its obvious advantages bf campaigning. The inspiration [behind all this, local campaigning land national to be, is Mr. Edmund ll. Kaufman of this citv." The letter analyzes the "literMature or exhibits, sent out by the ^publicity department, and encloses Ithe s, reaming broadsides. • he exhibits are indeed very .Jstrikiiu and effective. But they are %  too hysterical, and they magnify .tin il.niger of anti-Semitism in the Jl uiteil States. It is an act of dan%  gemus irresponsibility to exaggerate %  the menace of anti-Semitic rac%  Iveteenni; i„ this country. 4 1 Whal will happen if the Washington B'nal B'rith Lodge will increase its membership to one thou"i(l If these are the methods to %  ued to arouse American Jewry. •>'lli"iit proposing any definite %  feustnictive measures for com batM l '"'< anti-Semitism, how can we be #""' "'•" more serious blunders will %  "" h" made by these high-pressure %  itililieiiv campaigns for Jewish orfc'ni/ation? | One of the envelopes contains k '" Malzoth accompanied by a pard which reads as follows: "Passover 1934! Again the Jew "(Is ti. be -led out of Egypt—out 1 the House of 'Anti-Semitic Bonds' and Injustice!' As this Matzoth broken, so will the Jews of Inn ii,a be, IF WE FAIL in our (Hve r„ r B'nal B'rith members (for *"" Defamation Work, fete.) GO in II iiji. "" B'nal B'rith should put %  f'"l' In such foolish and dangerous inbllclty, however well-intentioned ft m.iv |„.. ''• Bernstein, u/><> A.iv been r -'I'" to Albania, and an I 0 n, Jewish matters th.ru\ world, n,,l\ n it, rates what '' ''at, expressed through these time ami time again. 'I" that mif cannot sit idly by •I hniiit matters t„ shape them' • • lint // h •//' true, ami more important, we believe, to y'd our uords in matters to v I''at, as the article reft rs to. A TRIBUTE TO MOTHERS Sewing and mending the nhole day through Tired fingers so worn, so while. Tired armt thai oncf had preyed Sentng and mending from morn 'it! night. A curly head to .' mother'i breast Tired hands and eyet thjt blink. Tired yoice so soft, so dear From break of dan n 'til setting tun, Droopinp head too tired to think Saying "Sleep well, darling, mother 'i near A Mothei 'i ll 'ojk h Never Done. Y.M.H.A. Greets Large Gathering The annual get-together and nomination meeting ol the Y. M. H. A. was held at the elubrooms last Wednesday night With more than a hundred members attending. Report* of officers were presented showing thai In addition to an Increase to membership, the purchase of equipment for the different athletic teams, and gym equipment, nearly eight hundred dollars remained In the treasury ol the organization, Nominations were made winch will be voted on the In-sl Wednesday in June For president there were nominated: Muury Grossman. Al Rosenfeld, Jack Apte, Louis J. Schwartz and Jack Atkins For vice president, Al Grossman, Irving Segal, Jack Apte, Jack Atkins. Aaron Weinkle and Sol Rotford. For recording secretary, Al Relsman, Al Grossman and Max Jacobskind. Officers unanimously elected include: Nut Blumberg for treasurer, Jules Wilson, sergeant al aim.-. Al Berkowitz for membership chairman, and Milt Traeger for physical director. Preceding and following the business session refreshments were served by a committee headed by Sam shindeii who was in charge of arrangements. Anderson Will Jr. Hadassah Head Group Selects Queen C. Gordon Anderson. Burdine's, Inc.. has been named chairman of a program sub-committee of sales promotion in Miami department stores to assist In drawing up a program for the summer conference ot the sales promotion division Of the National Retail Dry Goods association. The conference will be held .simultaneously and in conjunction with the annual convention oi the Advertising Federation Of America. June 17 to 20. in New York. Sub-committees In 35 othei cities throughout the country are also assisting in the program plans The local committee will forward Its suggestions to Paul E. Murphy. chairman of the sales promotion division, in New York. The changes in retail advertising under the retail code and other phases of sales promotion accented by the developments ol the New Deal will be discussed at the contention, the program of which will include as speakers leading business men. Industrialists and government officials. Rabbi Speaks At Installation Installation of officers of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation was held last Wednesday at Klein's in the presence of members and guests. Rabbi Julius Washer of the congregation offered the invocation and delivered the principal address of the event. Mrs. Chas. Feldman was toastmaster and installed the officers. Mr. Milton Weiner president of the congregation spoke for the congregation. Other addresses were delivered by Mrs. H. Kotkin retiring president, and Mrs. J. Louis Shochet the incoming president. Financial report of the past year's activities were presented by Mrs. T. Kotkin financial secretary. Officers installed were: Mrs. J. L. Shochet president; Mrs. Sam Tannenbaum first vice president; Mrs. N. Adelman second vice president; Mrs. Chas. Tannenbaum treasurer; Mrs. Jack Hirsch corresponding secretary; Mrs. H. Kotkin recording secretary; Mrs. T. Kotkin financial secretary; Mrs. P. Berkowitz chairman of the Board of Directors. A special meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held next Monday evening May 14th at the Synagogue with Mrs. J. L. Shochet presiding. Committee appointments for the coming year will be announced, and important business will be acted on. All membeis are urged to attend Beth David Will Install The May day dance given Sunday evening by Junior Hadassah on the roof of the Alcazar hotel was marked by many large parties formed for the occasion. Miss Esther Cromer, representing the Youni; Men's Hebrew association, was chosen Queen of the May for 1934. and was awarded a silver loving cup. Miss Bessie B< vinick was awarded second place and Miss Doris Cronier won third award Miss Millicent Rubin. May Queen of 1933. placed the wreath upon the brow ot Miss Cromer, and nted her with the cup. Jack Lear was master of ceremonies, and presented an elaborate floor show. Included on the program were dancing girls from the Lillian Reeves' studio of dancing; Ben Bernard, pianist; Joe Mandelbaum, and the Misses Irene and Sylvia Farr and orchestral music was furnished for dancing. The committee on arrangements included Miss Rose Cromer, Miss .Nanette Seligman, and Miss Ida .Safer. Beth David Sisterhood will formally Install its newly elected officers at a luncheon to be held next Tuesday May 15th at its Talmud Torah Hall at noon. In charge of arrangements is a committee consisting of Mrs. Louis Hartz. chairman, assisted by Mesdames S. C. Myers. Harry Markowitz. J. Engler and H. Oliphant. Reservations may be made with any member of the committee. Mrs. Joseph M. Fine, a past president of the organization will be toastmaster. Mrs. Louis Hayman will give the invocation. Addressee will be made by Rabbi Max Shapiro and Stanley C. Myers president of the synagogue. Vocal selections will feature Cantor Louis Hayman. accompanied bj Miss Mildred Greenberg at the piano. Beth Jacob Names Officers At a general meeting of Beth Jacob Sisterhood of Miami Beach held last Monday night officers for the coming year were elected. Mrs. Harry Z. Silverman president. Mrs. Frances Bonier, vice president.. Mrs. Sam Blanck treasurer wen unanimously re-elected Miss A Teller was chosen secretary. Members of the Board of Directors will be elected in the early fall, following which the formal installation ceremonies will be held. IT nria of nd



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priday, Ma* %  1934 T HE_JEW I S H F L 0 R I D I A N Page Three THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN "" pi BLISHED KVKKY FRIDAY iPWl-n PLOBIMAN PUBLISHING CO. '* %  p. 0. H" 2"3 Miami. Florida Pho ne 2-1183 I iiiTOKIAL OFFICES: t _.| s lh Avenue I'hont I-I18J LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor FRED K. BHOCHET. Circulation Manager CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Field Representative America and contrary to the hest ,>n_ in!,.,nt. f K tlon was accepted last week and interests of American Jews Qovemment leaders have time and again emphasized that public aid is Mr. Harry Leibowitt was appointed to succeed him. ] .,, MCond Haas matter July 4. the Poat office at Miami. Florida. \ l of March 3, 1879. WEST PALM BEACH SAMUEL BCHUTZEB Representative ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN, Representative ORLANDO SYLVIA BERMAN Representative TAMPA, FLA.: MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative M HSt KII'TKl.N pi, Hanthi ... ... il.oo • War 2.0t Vol. 7—No. 19 I RIDAY, MAY 11, 1934 I nother Jewish 'topia p\ the territory of Angola in :iive\ Ived as a "Utopia' uted Jews. A London Yidpaper has revived a protira enthusiasm and every nine another joins m the expulsion or ol lb Jews. This time nous sponsors ol the fanis) that at least 5.000.000 find a haven of n ted area winch once won : Israel Zangwlll himanxiety to discover a %  i. for the poverty-stricken % hed Jews ol Poland and and other countries LS in.'i id commendable. But not .shown that they arc %  at present. .So why disItention and create a ramwith a project that Is noththe imagining of LuftmenPalestlne has room for at lundreds of thousands of lews throughout the world Ing less than $2,000,000 B the Jewish Agency for Palto promote settlement in the homeland. To talk of Angola tgh it will be the Jewish absurd if not possibly int when everyone knows compassion 01 well-to-do their stricken brethren has ; ret reached the stage where n willing to make sacrifices to take full advantage ol 1 n HI refuge that is availfeasible, it is gratifying to that the Joint Distribution tee, which was linked with Angola scheme by some lireible journalist, has officially any knowledge of or conj With the undertaking. What About The Congress Resolution'.' Several resolutions have been before the Congress with regard to the persecution ol Jews and other minorities m Germany. Not only the present tra but ample historical precedents leave no cuse for the delay which ha ,!cOf these inc.1-lire.Catholicand Protestants in the E and m the House ol Represenl 1 tives introduced and favored the • resolutions. To date, however, ni action has been taken. A suspicion is rapidly growing that some Administration influence is being Mrs. S. Schutzer entertained hands last night at her new home. Mrs. s. Berner of Tampa was awarded the guest prize and individual prizes for high scores %  lven ai each table. A delicious Ice course was served during the evening. Harry F. Ooodmark. West Palm Bi ach, junior in the law 1 University ol Florida wa .mi.minced today as winner ol the Ami Law Book company prize for proirch. The prize consists of 39 volumes 1 >! pus Juris and : imark was selected In a conconducted by Dr. James W 1 facility .; ourse In briel maki. Ooodmark Formulated perfect :. foi thi ten lei al problems .in accomplishment, says Dr. Day. that habeen duplicated only once In the IS years that such have been conducted at the university. Tampa, Fla. Notes At the regular monthly meeting -it the Ladies Auxiliary Thursdaj Max 3rd, planwere made for the il Picnic to be held jointly with the Congregation Sunday. May 13th. at Lakeside Manor neai Lute, Children will be admitted free and will be entitled to free brought to bear to kill these appeals ^ tMng ., !ocal orches tra has been to President Roosevelt to pro' Bggg6d lm dnnctng and a program Germany. Is it possible thai the 0 sports ind a „ sons o( gam( State Department is again demonhaye lj( ( n arranged ,-,„. ,,„, after strating Its extraordinary myopia in |; |n charge O1 „„, plcnK regard to the barbarism 01 the afe Mrs x Began, chairman. Mrs. Nazis? Or Is the hidden influence { L | ebman co-chairman, Mi.-. Joe [he Responsibility of \ovial Workers that of Vice-President Garner who 1.said to pride himself on having prevented an Administration rebuke to Berlin? Readerare urged to write to their Congressmen and Senators urging action before this session ol the Congress cl %  %  Abramovitz, Mrs. H. Peckett, Mrs. A. R. Berger, Mrs. L. Chardkoff. Mrs. Jenkins, and Mrs B. Haimovitz, in charge of tickets Men helping from the congregation are Mr. Poiiick. Mr. Joe Abramovitz, Mr Manuel AronOVitZ, Mr. Ben Finnum. Mr. A. R. Berger. and Mr I West Palm Beach es Not* [Should Jews, living in a country %  government la Increassumlng responsibility for physical and mental care of its make special provision for I fr own Indlgents? The extension Deal into all spheres ol If life ha.s iua.de this qucsD: -"•HtM-n(a(wffr The mildollars contributed by Jews 'heir own philanthropies are a 1 reflection of the humani| m Of those who gave. But basis on racial and religious '"""ons in the distribution Miss Florence Adelson. sponsor for the M. J. M. Club for Girls, will present a Mother' D i< pi erWces at Temple Rodoph sholom At a meeting of Palm Beach Friday night. May 11th. at 8 p. 111 Lodge held last Monday night. ImGirls taking part on the program portan! business was transacted are the Misses Dena Peckett, Miss and Mothers dav observance was Mlckle Lubetsky, Miss Rose Perete,1,.,,-u., ,1 A picnic Will be sponsorman. Miss Florence Abramovitz. ed by the organization on DecoraMiss Helen Aronovitz. Miss Ruth Uon Dajr (1 tire Jewish comSimon, Miss Shirley Essrig, and_ munity. *• oth of Is, in actuality, con" the fundamental spirit of ; Beth Israel Sisterhood is planning The board of directors ol the Y. ., sl .,„ .1 parties and social M. H. A held their monthly meetfunctlons tor the purpose ol rateIng Monday evening. May Ing funds for the organization p. m. at the Y. M. H. A. building. Nebraska and Ross Avenues Beth El Congregation is sponsoring a benefit picnic on Sunday May 20th at Dubois' Fishing Camp in Jupiter. All are urged to attend. j not yet enough and that private charities must contribute to the 1 maximum. For that reason there 1 Istill great need for the support ol local Jewish federations. But the issue that exists cannot be smothv, „. Gold is directing the beneered because ol the momentary ru performances through which emergency. It will have to be faced Cong. Beth El is realizing a goodly by such a body as the National sum for the organization at the Conference ol Jewish Social SerArcade Theatre on May Oth and vice when ,t meets In Atlantic City 7th and 13th and 14th. On May 24th. Last year that body and one of its auxiliaries mad, U B eth El Sisterhood is sponsoring paten, to the entire country that a benefit card party on Thursdaj many ol Its members feel thai .hen Mav 17th at Moose Ha „ on clpma first obligation is to social service tls st. when Mrs. 8. Schitzer will be and only secondly to the Jewish the hostess. Prizes will be awarded community. Of what value are Jewand refreshments will be served ish social workers if then planning The public is invited to attend. and their administering doe.noth.n essentially to further and S am Greenblatt the son of Mr strengthen the bases ol Jewish life? and Mrs. Harry Greenblatt of this The State and non-sectanan a,en„, v ,,,,, by auto for California. eie.s are rapidly assuming the limeUons ol caring for the aged and the orphaned, of providing recreational facilities and occupational training, and otherwise caring lor the cat needs of the under-privileged The time has come for tincommunities ol America to demand that their social workerjustlfj their existenci .1 memtx -. ol a Jewish enterprise 11 there must be sectarian social welfai then their obligation musi be to the groups which nourish them. Last year the Issue de man ate (i betwe< n 1 hi "•-.-• Inflationists" and thi 1 in National Conference "t Ji %  I h social 8 : .. .Id ike to the facl rial II pi e not Ic and that they carefully watched by Jews with a feeling of responsibility to the community. THE GIAOM CtfAiER 4&* You can't always estimate a woman's avoirdupois by her sighs. A man who lives beyond his income is likely to live beneath his opportunities. A lazy man is on the wrong side of humanity's profit and loss account. He's quite content to follow entirely unawares That he's really only leaning on some other fellow's prayers. A good many brickbats are thrown at society by those who cannot get in. A survey of Federal prisons shows that it is the good old native stock —Dlllinger and Capone, who was born in Brooklyn—that is responsible for most of the country's crime. Fools build houses for themselves and wise men buy them later when the mortgages have been foreclosed. When a small boy refuses a second piece of pie there is something wrong with either the boy or the pie, Sensible wives devote their par' time to mending their husband's garments rather than to na them to mend thenways, Rabbi M was widely known for his irascibility, even in the pulpit. One Friday evening while he was in the midst of his sermon certain younger members of the congregation annoyed the rabbi by talking in the rear pews When the disturbance could no longer be ignored. Rabbi M stopped his sermon, glared toward the rear of the synagogui and said: "Will you young infidels back there please stop flirting with those girls and give me a chance?" He takes no stock In preacl 11 Is a clank about the Pope, a lot of curious creatures— So 01 course needs lots ol rope, the other climber) taking chanceon a fall, But he he's always waiting for %  •• ladder gainst thewall. In fact he's such a dodger from tin:mass ol worldly 1 a He thinks he'll get to Heaven on other fellow's pra; He draws his music slowly From thedisc or off the air. Hi.game 1.centered solely On the bird that' in B nanHe callhis shots with vigor altho a wee bit late, And aiwayhas some passes whei goin' thro' a If I could walk alone, some quiet morn, A dew-drenched path, forgotten and forlorn, And breathe the fragrance of the new-born day. I would pretend I'd walked no other way. If I could run with wild and stn ing hair, With joyous feet that tread upen the air, I would pretend I had no tit m : careThat I could run forever anywhere, II I could stand at dusk upon a hill And watch the world about grow dark and still, I would pretend that every gleam of light Was but a friendly beacon in the night and Mrs, Wei elbaum left Monifternoon for their home in Savannah. Oa., alter a brief visit with Mrs Weichselbaum's mother. Mrs. Caroline Wolf of 901 S. Delaware Ave Mr.-. Weichselbaum is the former Miss Mildred Wolf, she and her husband have just returned from an extended wedding trip to Panama Canal and Central America. Mi David Stem has returned to his home here in Tampa aftei ing his father in New York City. of the vast Fair grounds. The opening of the Fair is the culmination of months of intensive effort. An area of more than 120.000 square metres is covered by exhibits from all parts ol the world. Fascist Organ Warns Italian Jews Zionism May Breed Anti-Semitism Jewish News Around The World Throngs Attend Opening of Levant Fair At Tel Aviv The resignation of Samuel Schut/,.,asecretary ol Beth El CongreDr William Weichselbaum. jr.. Tel .v.:. More than 10.000 people and delegations officially representing 24 foreign nations cheerrd as High Commissioner Arthur Granfell Wauchope formally threw open the gates to the fourth biennial Levant Fair which this year coinWith the 25th anniversary o! Tel Aviv. Designed to focus atten tion on the importance of the Near I ^ market and the comn; and industrial growth of Palestine, the Fair will continue until Ma\ 26. The opening ceremonies were featured by a great parade from Tel Aviv's city hall to the Fair grounds where a huge siren imported from Sweden was sounded to signalize the official dedication Rome—A hint to Italian Jews that continued participation in the movement might lead to anti-Semitic outbreaks is contained in a renewed attack on Zionism by Regimo Fasclsta, official organ ol Fascist party This paper had previously warned that Zionism and Italian patriotism could not be reconciled. Criticised for thiremark by Israel, Italian-Jew 1-I1 in Florence. Regimo Fasctete reiterated Its previous statement and pointed out I hat if the Italian Jews did not want to precipitate anti-Semitic agitation they must dissociate themselves from Zionist endeavors. The Fascist mouthpiece added that Zionists regard Palestine as their fatherland and oppose assimilation even when they are good citizens. RADIO SVNA(i()(i Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder and director of the Radio Synagog. will preach over radio station WIOD at nine o'clock on Sunday morning on "God And Mother", dedicating the sermon to Mother's Day. In addition to the sermon there will be music scripture reading, and a question box. Mr. Charles Green will be the soloist, accompanied by Mr. Earl Barr Hanson. 17 nria of nd



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f Page Four THE IE WISH FLORID' A N Friday. May u. + T + + I j Vol. IV. SUNDAY, MAY 6. 1934 No. 21 J +.j.4.^.^.^.^.^..:..:..tj..^..:..:.<..>^..:.^-:.+4":--:":":--:":'++***+*+++*+*+*+*++'' 1 ••FALSE CONCEPTS" Scripture Readinf, Proverbs, chapter XVI, verses i and 2. Sa&t0 ^ynagng SuUrtin Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTE1 Founder and Director, Radio Synasog of America SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI, I-'LORIUA 1931 us, do we nol bleed us, do we not die? dlrect these thoughts to your =3 %  £ %  = some harm is as seiusitive ., be, lj means <>t rationalizing Is in a little inspirational publication I came across the foUowln based on the I ^ y u &n fl „„,„,„,, ,„• the -sooner or later. II a man Is wise, he discovers thai business life Is nation^ndeVwhosi d ; ""' •"" h,,n/( > %  %  n(Jer „ h( ,„. fellowgrouch too seriously. He learn.thai carrying •' chip on his ol savin, the man .mhntenced he la'uKha and est way to become unpopular is to carry tales and gossip about others sane, thinks tha shoulder is the easiest way to get Into a fight. He learns thai the quicksays, "They're I* He learnthat it doesn't matter so much who gets the credit so long as unless something be k "" u > 1 ""v we sl,a ( '" d the business shows a profit. He learn.that buck-passing always turn.up m destr uction '" ;,(| 1 "" IM Gel ''"' out to be a boomerang, and thai it never pay.-. He leam1 hat even the n1 lh( r 1 and to your neighbor calmlj lanltor Is human and that it doesn't do any harm to smile and say "Good morning." even II It Is raining. He Iranithai most 01 the other fellows are as ambitionas he Is, thai they have brains that are as wood or better, and that hard work and not cleverness alone is the secret oi success. He learns to sympathize with the youngster coming Into the business, because he remembers how bewildered he was w hen he lir.-t started out. He learns that the gang 1.not any harder to gel along With 111 one place than another, and that "getting along", alter all. depends about 98 percent on his own behavior.'" I recommend this bit ol homely philosophy to every Individual and 1 ry group who Is sincerely Interested In remedying the conditions that make for individual and group misery through the harborin 1 I false concepts, The graves! obstacles to advancement of human Ideals are tin beliefs held by individuals thai they are correct In all that they do, and that other.-, who differ with them, are all wrong. Man has the habit oi self-glorlflcatlon. He believes that he, as a unit, and his particuIn 1 ything, He and his own are the salt ol the earth, they surpass all other-, thej sustain civilization, and, without them, the llapsi on a tangent, and all mankind would be doomed Individuals and national or. religious groups conceive the false 1 cepl thai torj has doni to them, for them, and through them. lead.all other historical data In importance. The fallacy ol having .1 double standard persists. We Judge ourselves with mercy, and with stern law. II may be thai group coi ential for the preserva u ji the group and Its contributions to society, but. 1 doubt that the group welfare musl take precedence over the general welfare ol all groups. Both as members ol a distinct clas and a: Individual creatures rate our importance and. do not stop there are nol opinionoi sell silent, but, we make ourselves obnoxious to others by voicing our fal particularly, are we offi because the audience 1composed ol Individuals and members ol groups who hold similar opinions about their own Importance, and who 1 our pretensions to their glory. I have bun blind for a long time, blinded by the same false conwith which we teed our ego. But. as I look back. I visualia claimin personal grandeur or to group excellence in the light experience 1 had while 1 was Chaplain ol a State Hospital for the insane, in the North, A colleague related this story. "In my rounds through one oi the wards, I met two men. inmate.ol the institution. Alt.: \ changing a tew word.with the first, he revealed to me the facl that he was Napolean. As this Information was being Imparted to mo, the second inmate passed by me within earshot ol our conversation, He walked on and paused Ai passed him, a lew minutes later, he touched my arm and called me aside. He whispered tome, "Don't pay any alii to that other fellow lie.crazy. He thinks thai he's Napoleon, but he's not." 1 asked mj informant how he knew the truth He replied. "He can 1 be Napoleon, because 1 am." We talk ol Brotherhood and Fellowship, yet we push out own pet claim.to superiority: we speak oi cooperation, yel we strive fot the credit for accomplishments and contributions to human welfare; we embark on missionol love, yel we are armed With weapon ol distrust. What mailers it who discovers medical cures? what difference does it make 11 the scientist who Isolates a disease carrying germ be .1 Cau.asian. a Chinese, or a Hottentot, all humankind benefits? Why must we constantly Haunt our vanities in the eyes oi our neighbors? Why are we 0 eagei and ready to .-hut the blame for misunderstanding onto the shoulders ol tin other fellow? Why are we nol hones! enough to attribute his succes to hard work coupled with cleverness, rather than to cleverness alone, or shrewdness, or unfair practices? Are we so perfect that none 01 God.creatures can surpass us in integrity 01 in ho ol purpose? what is there among the beastly traits that we have inherited from the dim past that retards our forward strides toward.the hum and towards true fellowship? Must our safety depend on the extermination ol all others? There was a time when man looked upon every other en human or wild animal, as an enemy That was in the dark days ol the Cave Man. But. since then, man has learned that 111 society, 111 group action, lay his defense against the animal world and against natural Men. accordingly, formed communities, for mutual protection and comfort. Man still view.other communities as potential enemies, Musi 11 require as many thousands of years to remove that false concept from the minds oi the human beings as it took to convince them of the wisdom 01 group cooperation ? Musi we continue In enmity and suspicion, in bloodshed and in misery, because we are too bund to see that wi an putting obstacles In our own paths? Are we so blinded by fears and jealousies thai we fail to .see the human form in Othei oi these falst and from a tali pei am him human rights. The standard which we appl: %  •• u "*"" """ ,h """ races nations, and rehgiou Napoleon. I shall doubl your sanii I believi myself to be he ill confess, then '' *' a N aP leon Now I have mlne were ""' best and the 01 %  ml havi ''' n cured, Camp Wohelo 1 in. (.MM Peni Vow iii li! mil Season. 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kiday. May %  1934 THE JEWISH FLOR I D I A N Political Briefs T i 1( jpi .: hi ol public attention, ov entered so brightly on the career of Mrs. Bula Iroker because of her candidacy L congres Is nothing new to her. Umosl from childhood days her | i| was always devoted the welfare of others, was such i the public's interest. articles from metropoipers attest to the high o;nt.in career of the still Lng widow who, preferring a i e In her Palm Beach ne and mixing little in i! |fe for which the reLi i.i d spends her days helpp the afflicted, and inks have been unjustthe time she rode a rn>kcr Indian costume A: streets of Washington 1 man's suffrage parade Ben c. WlUard, Miami attorney and former Judge of the Municipal COUrt, announced bis Candida,-, |,„ ludge ol the Oourl ol Crlmi ub Jecl io the June Democratic primary. Mr. Willard Is 42 years old, is married and has two children in the public schools ol Miami. He attended the public schools ol Dad. county and was graduated from the law school Page Five tit the Calling attention to an amazing of John Ii. Sietson Uni8wl >g-about in the moral viewpoint versity at DeLand in 1914. He has "' ""' c,r ema, Mae west, the practiced lav In Dade county since '"''•' %  newest .sensation, whose that time, with I lie exception ol the SPCon poken criticisms oi whal red to be mixing of poli'iu-~ work, led to her endposition. She actively sup' Franklin Roosevelt In ins ntial campaign. Now she is be permitted to continue i the people as a memtigress. Reduction of fire insurance rates is the principal plank In the platform Ol Hairy Cordon, attorney, who qualified with the county commission a.s candidate for the office ol state representative, group l. Other platform planks announced by Gordon are the workmen's compensation bill, permanent registration for Dad., county, and a "road made much of tills for, U-IIJ-„ ., ,, „ ,. ^ fioiiaaj. for the lessening ol the tax burden and so that a portion ol the funds now used for road construction may go to 5Ch0 Gordon was acme in the recenl test case, originating here, to determine the righl ol insurance companies to fix rates. In which the lire insurance and rating bureau wa chat ed with violation of the state anti-trust laws. Judge Paul D. Barns ol circuit court ruled the anti-trust laws governed insurance companies Judge Rains' ruling was reversed bj upreme court. Cordon promises remedial legislation to give Dade county insurance rates commensurate with its low losses, He is married and has two children. He came to Miami m 1920 and has practiced law here sine 1923, He has been active in local circles having been vice president ol Beth David Synagogue, and director and officer in numerous Jewish organizations. mount, "I'm No Angel" will play at the Tivoii Theatre next Sunday and Monday, believes that the American people have reached that time in their consideration of life and love when they want to hear a spade called a spade. comedy and wit along with it. sTie theorizes, and that's what she aims to give em m her pictures and plays Mae exemplifies her theories m "I'm No Angel," an original story. In it. she portrays a circus lion tamer, hardboiled. ambitious, captivator of man after man. But when the film ends she has one man for keeps, a millionaire bachelor, "tall, dark and handsome' Cary Grant. The picture was directed by Wesley Ruggles. IVOLI Show* till and 0(10 P. M. "Baby Face" which come sto the Seventh avenue Theatre next Sunday and Monday stars Barbara Stanwyck, with such stars as George Brent assisting. It is a story of how B woman finally finds her true .sell alter a life in which she throws honor away for material success, it is a powerful picture m which MisStanwyck gives a powerful portrayal of an unpleasant subject. With sex as the main theme of the play. 20c till 6:30—Kvening 25c Matinees Daily Sun.-Mon.. May 13-14— MAE WEST "I'M NO ANGEI She cites the sensational success ol her last film. "She Done Him Wrong.'' as an argument in proof of her belief. Miss West asserts, however, that the public is uninterested In sex. crudely presented. It wants laughs. QUALITY AUCTION SALE Friday—All Day Commencing—9:30 A. M. I Heuscliold Goods of everj I description. | 835-837 W. Flagler street I I AmpUco-Baby Grand Piano, ill Oriental Rags, Radio. Bedroom Sets, Dressers, (hairs, Antiques, i Grandfather :> Chime Tube Hall Clock, probable cost S7.">(i Miscellaneous Hems Galore I RAT WRIGHT, Auctioneer Phone 22860 i G. L. WHEAT DADE ( OIN'TV PURCHASING AGENT Candidate for Re-election %  %  I Judge E. C. Collins who is a candidate for re-election as Judge oi the Criminal Court of Record has gamed many friends becau.se ol his fairness and courtesy on the bench. Since his appointment in 1930. and subsequent election at the hands of the voterat the primaries in June Of the same year, his record has been universally acclaimed by members of the local Bar and by all those who have come in contact with him. Impartial and fearless in inendeavors to rid the county of habitual offenders, he has been extremely sympathetic in every instance where it was required and where clemency and leniency would help to re-establish tin wayward boy and man who had committed ins first offence, JUDGE W. F. BROWN f Ml < W p, Brown who Is seeking to the office of Judge of Crimes, was born on a n farm near Hayesvillc. ollna, February 22, 1879. ted from the Hlawai w Mercer University and Ity oi Michigan Law in 1903 the year he gradu Mercer University. He : the MICC.VS.-I id champion "1 the University He mar|!i ssle Ivey, Sparta. Geor' have two daughters and on who received their educaMiami High School, Wo' '"liege. Tallahassee .and the M % %  "• "I Florida. Brown entered the pracrv "i Miami in 1919 and has inuously as Judge of the : Crimes since July 18. 1927. %  >' to IILS Judgeship he was for 1 member of the DemoExecutlve Committee which 11 he held until he became SOCIETY 1 TO TIIK 1 Court of Crimes i 1 TOUR SUPPORT WILL BE 1 1 APPRECIATED 1 + i Paid Political Advertlsementi i 'Paid Political Adv.) + + TV +~ I Sunday morning Motherhood Daywill be observed m the Religious W School ol Temple Israel A program ,-. ll.t-„i 'l':l. i has been arranged by Mrs Dade Abstract 1 itle I aid Lewis, teacher ol Class 7. Sunday, May 20th. Is Confirmation. Services "ill begin 'hen at 10 o'clock. The following children will be confirmed: Gertrude Bandel. Elizabeth Davis. Joan Pelbelman, Henrlette Hartman. Evelyn Kane. David Wolkowsky. David Loveman. Amelia Levkoff. Beryl lose. Louis Sneiman. (Company The Oldest and Most Complete Title Plant in Dade County" GRAY GRIFFITH, MgT. 37 N. E. First Street Phone 2-7666 r BUY YOUR FISH ALIVE LIVE FISH MARKET Causeway Dock. Miami Beach. Fla. Phone 5-2207 I Vote For E. C. COLLINS FOR Judge of Criminal Court of Record And continue the proven record of a fair, impartial and efficient administration of an office affecting your very liberty. 'Paid Political Advertisement' •7 Bria of nd T



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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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^Jewish fiend!ian
FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
Vol. 7- NO. 19
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FKI DAY, MAY 11,
urn
Pause" Think-
Then Act
Price Five Cents
/in,/', of certain agitation lo-
,jlh /'i "" Mentioned Jewish
1/cWcri "' the Miami community,
\ii might ""I be amist to direct out
renders' attention to tin- following
\irticlt appearing '" last Sundays
1/jjKi oj "''< Jewish Daily Bulletin.
/A/v article was written by Her-
\iiuii Bernstein, one of the leading
/,//' thinkers ami publicists of
ill, presi at time.
i:\AGGERATIONS
We have received a letter from
lu-i |ih I). Kaufman, chairman of
tin' publicity committee of the
I'.i..ii It i itli membership campaign
| in Washington, together with speci-
I ntens of the "literature" used in
ihe campaign.
On April I the membership ol
this Imlue was about 225," he writes. I
' "Tiiday it stands about 750, or more
I than tripled in less than a month
|. It is our purpose to continue
until uc gel at lea.st a thousand
members, which should be done in
Iless than week, and thereby set
la pace lor at least a million Jews
Itii become members of the B'nai
[B'rith with its obvious advantages
bf campaigning. The inspiration
[behind all this, local campaigning
land national to be, is Mr. Edmund
ll. Kaufman of this citv."
The letter analyzes the "liter-
Mature or exhibits, sent out by the
^publicity department, and encloses
Ithe s, reaming broadsides.
he exhibits are indeed very
.Jstrikiiu and effective. But they are
too hysterical, and they magnify
.tin il.niger of anti-Semitism in the
Jl uiteil States. It is an act of dan-
gemus irresponsibility to exaggerate
"the menace of anti-Semitic rac-
Iveteenni; i this country.
41 Whal will happen if the Wash-
ington B'nal B'rith Lodge will in-
crease its membership to one thou-
"i(l If these are the methods to
' ued to arouse American Jewry.
>'lli"iit proposing any definite
feustnictive measures for com bat-
Ml'"'< anti-Semitism, how can we be
#""' "'" more serious blunders will
"" h" made by these high-pressure
itililieiiv campaigns for Jewish or-
fc'ni/ation?
| One of the envelopes contains
"k'" Malzoth accompanied by a
pard which reads as follows:
"Passover 1934! Again the Jew
"(Is ti. be -led out of Egyptout
1 the House of 'Anti-Semitic Bond-
s' and Injustice!' As this Matzoth
* broken, so will the Jews of
Inn ii,a be, IF WE FAIL in our
(Hve rr B'nal B'rith members (for
*"" Defamation Work, fete.) GO
in ii iiji.
"" B'nal B'rith should put
f'"l' In such foolish and dangerous
inbllclty, however well-intentioned
ft m.iv |..
'' Bernstein, u/><> A.iv been
r -'I'" to Albania, and an
I 0 n, Jewish matters th.ru-
\ world, n,,l\ n it, rates what
'' ''at, expressed through these
time ami time again. 'I"
that mif cannot sit idly by
I hniiit matters t shape them-
' lint // h //' true, ami
" more important, we believe, to
y'd our uords in matters to
v I''at, as the article reft rs to.
A TRIBUTE TO MOTHERS
Sewing and mending the nhole day through
Tired fingers so worn, so while. Tired armt thai oncf had preyed
Sentng and mending from morn 'it! night. A curly head to .' mother'i breast
Tired hands and eyet thjt blink. Tired yoice so soft, so dear From break of dan n 'til setting tun,
Droopinp head too tired to think Saying "Sleep well, darling, mother 'i near A Mothei 'i ll 'ojk h Never Done.
Y.M.H.A. Greets
Large Gathering
The annual get-together and
nomination meeting ol the Y. M.
H. A. was held at the elubrooms last
Wednesday night With more than
a hundred members attending. Re-
port* of officers were presented
showing thai In addition to an In-
crease to membership, the pur-
chase of equipment for the differ-
ent athletic teams, and gym equip-
ment, nearly eight hundred dollars
remained In the treasury ol the or-
ganization, Nominations were made
winch will be voted on the In-sl
Wednesday in June For president
there were nominated: Muury
Grossman. Al Rosenfeld, Jack Apte,
Louis J. Schwartz and Jack Atkins
For vice president, Al Grossman,
Irving Segal, Jack Apte, Jack At-
kins. Aaron Weinkle and Sol Rot-
ford. For recording secretary, Al
Relsman, Al Grossman and Max
Jacobskind. Officers unanimously
elected include: Nut Blumberg for
treasurer, Jules Wilson, sergeant al
aim.-. Al Berkowitz for membership
chairman, and Milt Traeger for
physical director.
Preceding and following the busi-
ness session refreshments were serv-
ed by a committee headed by Sam
shindeii who was in charge of ar-
rangements.
Anderson Will Jr. Hadassah
Head Group Selects Queen
C. Gordon Anderson. Burdine's,
Inc.. has been named chairman of
a program sub-committee of sales
promotion in Miami department
stores to assist In drawing up a
program for the summer confer-
ence ot the sales promotion division
Of the National Retail Dry Goods
association. The conference will be
held .simultaneously and in con-
junction with the annual conven-
tion oi the Advertising Federation
Of America. June 17 to 20. in New
York. Sub-committees In 35 othei
cities throughout the country are
also assisting in the program plans
The local committee will forward
Its suggestions to Paul E. Murphy.
chairman of the sales promotion
division, in New York.
The changes in retail advertising
under the retail code and other
phases of sales promotion accented
by the developments ol the New
Deal will be discussed at the con-
tention, the program of which will
include as speakers leading business
men. Industrialists and government
officials.
Rabbi Speaks
At Installation
Installation of officers of the
Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation was
held last Wednesday at Klein's in
the presence of members and guests.
Rabbi Julius Washer of the con-
gregation offered the invocation
and delivered the principal address
of the event. Mrs. Chas. Feldman
was toastmaster and installed the
officers. Mr. Milton Weiner presi-
dent of the congregation spoke for
the congregation. Other addresses
were delivered by Mrs. H. Kotkin
retiring president, and Mrs. J.
Louis Shochet the incoming presi-
dent. Financial report of the past
year's activities were presented by
Mrs. T. Kotkin financial secretary.
Officers installed were: Mrs. J. L.
Shochet president; Mrs. Sam Tan-
nenbaum first vice president; Mrs.
N. Adelman second vice president;
Mrs. Chas. Tannenbaum treasurer;
Mrs. Jack Hirsch corresponding
secretary; Mrs. H. Kotkin recording
secretary; Mrs. T. Kotkin financial
secretary; Mrs. P. Berkowitz chair-
man of the Board of Directors.
A special meeting of the Ladies
Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation will be held
next Monday evening May 14th at
the Synagogue with Mrs. J. L.
Shochet presiding. Committee ap-
pointments for the coming year will
be announced, and important busi-
ness will be acted on. All membeis
are urged to attend
Beth David
Will Install
The May day dance given Sunday
evening by Junior Hadassah on the
roof of the Alcazar hotel was mark-
ed by many large parties formed
for the occasion.
Miss Esther Cromer, represent-
ing the Youni; Men's Hebrew asso-
ciation, was chosen Queen of the
May for 1934. and was awarded a
silver loving cup. Miss Bessie B<
vinick was awarded second place
and Miss Doris Cronier won third
award Miss Millicent Rubin. May
Queen of 1933. placed the wreath
upon the brow ot Miss Cromer, and
nted her with the cup.
Jack Lear was master of cere-
monies, and presented an elaborate
floor show. Included on the pro-
gram were dancing girls from the
Lillian Reeves' studio of dancing;
Ben Bernard, pianist; Joe Mandel-
baum, and the Misses Irene and
Sylvia Farr and orchestral music
was furnished for dancing. The
committee on arrangements in-
cluded Miss Rose Cromer, Miss
.Nanette Seligman, and Miss Ida
.Safer.
Beth David Sisterhood will form-
ally Install its newly elected officers
at a luncheon to be held next Tues-
day May 15th at its Talmud Torah
Hall at noon. In charge of arrange-
ments is a committee consisting of
Mrs. Louis Hartz. chairman, assist-
ed by Mesdames S. C. Myers. Harry
Markowitz. J. Engler and H. Oli-
phant. Reservations may be made
with any member of the commit-
tee. Mrs. Joseph M. Fine, a past
president of the organization will
be toastmaster. Mrs. Louis Hayman
will give the invocation. Addressee
will be made by Rabbi Max Shapiro
and Stanley C. Myers president of
the synagogue. Vocal selections will
feature Cantor Louis Hayman. ac-
companied bj Miss Mildred Green-
berg at the piano.
Beth Jacob
Names Officers
At a general meeting of Beth
Jacob Sisterhood of Miami Beach
held last Monday night officers for
the coming year were elected. Mrs.
Harry Z. Silverman president. Mrs.
Frances Bonier, vice president.. Mrs.
Sam Blanck treasurer wen unani-
mously re-elected Miss A Teller
was chosen secretary. Members of
the Board of Directors will be elect-
ed in the early fall, following which
the formal installation ceremonies
will be held.
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THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
"" pi BLISHED KVKKY FRIDAY
iPWl-n PLOBIMAN PUBLISHING CO.
'* p. 0. H" 2"3
Miami. Florida Phone 2-1183
I iiiTOKIAL OFFICES:
t_.| s lh Avenue I'hont I-I18J
! LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor
FRED K. BHOCHET. Circulation Manager
CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN,
Field Representative
America and contrary to the hest ,>n_
in!,.,nt. ,f K tlon was accepted last week and
interests of American Jews Qov-
emment leaders have time and
again emphasized that public aid is
Mr. Harry Leibowitt was appointed
to succeed him.
] .,, MCond Haas matter July 4.
the Poat office at Miami. Florida.
\ l of March 3, 1879.
WEST PALM BEACH
SAMUEL BCHUTZEB
Representative
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN,
Representative
ORLANDO
SYLVIA BERMAN
Representative
TAMPA, FLA.:
MRS. M. H. KISLER
Representative
M HSt KII'TKl.N
pi, Hanthi ... ... il.oo
War.......2.0t
Vol. 7No. 19
I RIDAY, MAY 11, 1934
I nother Jewish
'topia
p\
the territory of Angola in
:ii- ve\ Ived as a "Utopia'
uted Jews. A London Yid-
paper has revived a pro-
tira enthusiasm and
every nine another
joins m the expulsion or
ol lb Jews. This time
nous sponsors ol the fan-
is) that at least 5.000.000
find a haven of n
ted area winch once won
: Israel Zangwlll him-
anxiety to discover a
i. for the poverty-stricken
?' hed Jews ol Poland and
and other countries ls in-
.'i id commendable. But
not .shown that they arc
at present. .So why dis-
Itention and create a ram-
with a project that Is noth-
the imagining of Luftmen-
Palestlne has room for at
lundreds of thousands of
lews throughout the world
Ing less than $2,000,000 B
the Jewish Agency for Pal-
to promote settlement in the
homeland. To talk of Angola
tgh it will be the Jewish
absurd if not possibly
int when everyone knows
compassion 01 well-to-do
their stricken brethren has
; ret reached the stage where
n willing to make sacrifices
to take full advantage ol
1 n hi refuge that is avail-
feasible, it is gratifying to
that the Joint Distribution
tee, which was linked with
Angola scheme by some lire-
ible journalist, has officially
any knowledge of or con- j
With the undertaking.
What About The
Congress Resolution'.'
Several resolutions have been be-
fore the Congress with regard to
the persecution ol Jews and other
minorities m Germany. Not only
the present tra but ample
historical precedents leave no
cuse for the delay which ha
,!c- Of these inc.1-lire.- Catho-
lic- and Protestants in the E
and m the House ol Represenl 1
tives introduced and favored the
resolutions. To date, however, ni
action has been taken. A suspicion
is rapidly growing that some Ad-
ministration influence is being
Mrs. S. Schutzer entertained
hands last night at her new home.
Mrs. s. Berner of Tampa was
awarded the guest prize and in-
dividual prizes for high scores
lven ai each table. A delici-
ous Ice course was served during
the evening.
Harry F. Ooodmark. West Palm
Bi ach, junior in the law 1
University ol Florida wa .mi.minc-
ed today as winner ol the Ami
Law Book company prize for pro-
irch. The
prize consists of 39 volumes 1 >!
pus Juris and :
imark was selected In a con-
conducted by Dr. James W
1 facility .;
ourse In briel mak-
i. Ooodmark Formulated perfect
:. foi thi ten lei al problems
.in accomplishment, says
Dr. Day. that ha- been duplicated
only once In the IS years that such
have been conducted at
the university.
Tampa, Fla.
Notes
At the regular monthly meeting
-it the Ladies Auxiliary Thursdaj
Max 3rd, plan- were made for the
il Picnic to be held jointly
with the Congregation Sunday.
May 13th. at Lakeside Manor neai
Lute, Children will be admitted
free and will be entitled to free
brought to bear to kill these appeals ^tMng ., !ocal orchestra has been
to President Roosevelt to pro' Bggg6d lm. dnnctng and a program
Germany. Is it possible thai the 0, sports ,ind a sons o( gam(
State Department is again demon- haye lj(,(,n arranged ,-,. ,,, after.
strating Its extraordinary myopia in |; |n charge o1 plcnK.
regard to the barbarism 01 the afe Mrs x Began, chairman. Mrs.
Nazis? Or Is the hidden influence { L|ebman, co-chairman, Mi.-. Joe
[he Responsibility of
\ovial Workers
that of Vice-President Garner who
1.- said to pride himself on having
prevented an Administration re-
buke to Berlin? Reader- are urged
to write to their Congressmen and
Senators urging action before this
session ol the Congress cl
Abramovitz, Mrs. H. Peckett, Mrs.
A. R. Berger, Mrs. L. Chardkoff.
Mrs. Jenkins, and Mrs B. Haimo-
vitz, in charge of tickets Men help-
ing from the congregation are Mr.
Poiiick. Mr. Joe Abramovitz, Mr
Manuel AronOVitZ, Mr. Ben Finnum.
Mr. A. R. Berger. and Mr I
West Palm Beach
es
Not*
[Should Jews, living in a country
- government la Increas-
sumlng responsibility for
physical and mental care of its
make special provision for I
fr own Indlgents? The extension
" Deal into all spheres ol
If life ha.s iua.de this qucs-
D:' -"HtM-n(a(wffr The mil-
dollars contributed by Jews
'heir own philanthropies are a
1 reflection of the humani-
| m Of those who gave. But
basis on racial and religious
'"""ons in the distribution
Miss Florence Adelson. sponsor
for the M. J. M. Club for Girls, will
present a Mother' D i< pi
erWces at Temple Rodoph sholom
At a meeting of Palm Beach Friday night. May 11th. at 8 p. 111
Lodge held last Monday night. Im- Girls taking part on the program
portan! business was transacted are the Misses Dena Peckett, Miss
and Mothers dav observance was Mlckle Lubetsky, Miss Rose Perete-
,1,.,,-u., ,1 A picnic Will be sponsor- man. Miss Florence Abramovitz.
ed by the organization on Decora- Miss Helen Aronovitz. Miss Ruth
Uon Dajr (1 tire Jewish com- Simon, Miss Shirley Essrig, and_
munity. "oth
of
Is, in actuality, con-
" the fundamental spirit of
;
Beth Israel Sisterhood is planning The board of directors ol the Y.
., sl., .1 parties and social M. H. A held their monthly meet-
functlons tor the purpose ol rate- Ing Monday evening. May
Ing funds for the organization
p. m. at the Y. M. H. A. building.
Nebraska and Ross Avenues
Beth El Congregation is spon-
soring a benefit picnic on Sunday
May 20th at Dubois' Fishing Camp
in Jupiter. All are urged to attend.
j not yet enough and that private
charities must contribute to the
1 maximum. For that reason there 1
Istill great need for the support ol
local Jewish federations. But the
issue that exists cannot be smoth- v, Gold is directing the bene-
ered because ol the momentary ru performances through which
emergency. It will have to be faced Cong. Beth El is realizing a goodly
by such a body as the National sum for the organization at the
Conference ol Jewish Social Ser- Arcade Theatre on May Oth and
vice when ,t meets In Atlantic City 7th and 13th and 14th.
On May 24th. Last year that body _______
and one of its auxiliaries mad, U Beth El Sisterhood is sponsoring
paten, to the entire country that a benefit card party on Thursdaj
many ol Its members feel thai .hen Mav 17th at Moose Ha on clpma,
first obligation is to social service tls st. when Mrs. 8. Schitzer will be
and only secondly to the Jewish the hostess. Prizes will be awarded
community. Of what value are Jew- and refreshments will be served
ish social workers if then planning The public is invited to attend.
and their administering doe.- noth- _______
.n essentially to further and Sam Greenblatt the son of Mr
strengthen the bases ol Jewish life? and Mrs. Harry Greenblatt of this
The State and non-sectanan a,en- ,v ,,,,, by auto for California.
eie.s are rapidly assuming the lime- _______
Uons ol caring for the aged and the
orphaned, of providing recreational
facilities and occupational training,
and otherwise caring lor the ,
cat needs of the under-privileged
The time has come for tin-
communities ol America to demand
that their social worker- justlfj
their existenci .1 memtx -. ol a
Jewish enterprise 11 there must
be sectarian social welfai
then their obligation musi be to
the groups which nourish them.
Last year the Issue de
man ate (i betwe< n 1 hi
"-.- Inflationists" and thi
1 in National Conference "t Ji I h
social 8 : .. .Id ike to the
facl rial II pi e not
Ic and that they
carefully watched by Jews with a
feeling of responsibility to the
community.
THE
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You can't always estimate a wo-
man's avoirdupois by her sighs.
A man who lives beyond his in-
come is likely to live beneath his
opportunities.
A lazy man is on the wrong side
of humanity's profit and loss ac-
count.
He's quite content to follow entirely
unawares
That he's really only leaning on
some other fellow's prayers.
A good many brickbats are thrown
at society by those who cannot get
in.
A survey of Federal prisons shows
that it is the good old native stock
Dlllinger and Capone, who was
born in Brooklynthat is respon-
sible for most of the country's
crime.
Fools build houses for themselves
and wise men buy them later when
the mortgages have been fore-
closed.
When a small boy refuses a sec-
ond piece of pie there is something
wrong with either the boy or the
pie,
Sensible wives devote their par'
time to mending their husband's
garments rather than to na
them to mend then- ways,
Rabbi M was widely known for
his irascibility, even in the pulpit.
One Friday evening while he was
in the midst of his sermon certain
younger members of the congrega-
tion annoyed the rabbi by talking
in the rear pews When the disturb-
ance could no longer be ignored.
Rabbi M stopped his sermon, glared
toward the rear of the synagogui
and said:
"Will you young infidels back
there please stop flirting with those
girls and give me a chance?"
He takes no stock In preacl 11
Is a clank about the Pope,
a lot of curious creatures
So 01 course needs lots ol rope,
the other climber) taking
chance- on a fall,
But he he's always waiting for
ladder gainst the- wall.
In fact he's such a dodger from
tin:- mass ol worldly 1 a
He thinks he'll get to Heaven on
other fellow's pra;
He draws his music slowly
From the- disc or off the air.
Hi.- game 1.- centered solely
On the bird that' in B nan-
He call- his shots with vigor altho
a wee bit late,
And aiway- has some passes whei
goin' thro' a
If I could walk alone, some quiet
morn,
A dew-drenched path, forgotten and
forlorn,
And breathe the fragrance of the
new-born day.
I would pretend I'd walked no
other way.
If I could run with wild and stn
ing hair,
With joyous feet that tread upen
the air,
I would pretend I had no tit m :
care-
That I could run forever anywhere,
II I could stand at dusk upon a hill
And watch the world about grow
dark and still,
I would pretend that every gleam
of light
Was but a friendly beacon in the
night
and Mrs, Wei elbaum left Mon-
ifternoon for their home in
Savannah. Oa., alter a brief visit
with Mrs Weichselbaum's mother.
Mrs. Caroline Wolf of 901 S. Dela-
ware Ave Mr.-. Weichselbaum is the
former Miss Mildred Wolf, she and
her husband have just returned
from an extended wedding trip to
Panama Canal and Central Amer-
ica.
Mi David Stem has returned to
his home here in Tampa aftei
ing his father in New York City.
of the vast Fair grounds. The open-
ing of the Fair is the culmination
of months of intensive effort. An
area of more than 120.000 square
metres is covered by exhibits from
all parts ol the world.
Fascist Organ Warns Italian Jews
Zionism May Breed
Anti-Semitism
Jewish News
Around The
World
Throngs Attend Opening of Levant
Fair At Tel Aviv
The resignation of Samuel Schut-
/,.,- a- secretary ol Beth El Congre-
Dr William Weichselbaum. jr..
Tel .v.:. More than 10.000 people
and delegations officially represent-
ing 24 foreign nations cheerrd as
High Commissioner Arthur Gran-
fell Wauchope formally threw open
the gates to the fourth biennial
Levant Fair which this year coin-
With the 25th anniversary o!
Tel Aviv. Designed to focus atten
tion on the importance of the Near
I ^ market and the comn;
and industrial growth of Palestine,
the Fair will continue until Ma\
26. The opening ceremonies were
featured by a great parade from
Tel Aviv's city hall to the Fair
grounds where a huge siren im-
ported from Sweden was sounded
to signalize the official dedication
RomeA hint to Italian Jews
that continued participation in the
movement might lead to
anti-Semitic outbreaks is contained
in a renewed attack on Zionism by
Regimo Fasclsta, official organ ol
Fascist party This paper had
previously warned that Zionism and
Italian patriotism could not be
reconciled. Criticised for thi- re-
mark by Israel, Italian-Jew 1-I1
in Florence. Regimo Fas-
ctete reiterated Its previous state-
ment and pointed out I hat if the
Italian Jews did not want to pre-
cipitate anti-Semitic agitation they
must dissociate themselves from
Zionist endeavors. The Fascist
mouthpiece added that Zionists re-
gard Palestine as their fatherland
and oppose assimilation even when
they are good citizens.
RADIO SVNA(i()(i
Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder and
director of the Radio Synagog. will
preach over radio station WIOD at
nine o'clock on Sunday morning on
"God And Mother", dedicating the
sermon to Mother's Day. In addi-
tion to the sermon there will be
music scripture reading,
and a question box. Mr. Charles
Green will be the soloist, accom-
panied by Mr. Earl Barr Hanson.
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FALSE CONCEPTS"
Scripture Readinf, Proverbs, chapter XVI, verses i and 2.
Sa&t0 ^ynagng SuUrtin
Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTE1
Founder and Director, Radio Synasog of America
Sunday Mornings WIOD, Miami, I-'loriua
1931
us, do we nol bleed '
us, do we not die?
, dlrect these thoughts to your
=3 =
some harm is as seiusitive ., be, '......... '
lj means <>t rationalizing Is
in a little inspirational publication I came across the foUowln based on the I ^ yu &n fl ,,,, the
-sooner or later. II a man Is wise, he discovers thai business life Is nation^ndeVwhosi d ;""' ""h,,n/(' a mixture of good days and bad, victory and defeat, give and take. He ^ ( 1: ,ou. It is false because
learn.- that it doesn't pay to be a sensitive soul-thai he should let some ^ ^^ ^^ ^ ..^ n .. about yoursell He thinks
things go over tua head like water oft a ducks back. He learns that he ^ ;
who loses his temper usually loses. He learns that all men have burnl ,.,.,,.111,,,, There may be hope
toast for breakfast now and then, and that he shouldn't take the other Wake up Compa: > > n(Jer h(. ,.
fellow- grouch too seriously. He learn.- thai carrying chip on his ol savin, the man .mhntenced he la'uKha and
est way to become unpopular is to carry tales and gossip about others sane, thinks tha
shoulder is the easiest way to get Into a fight. He learns thai the quick- says, "They're I*
He learn- that it doesn't matter so much who gets the credit so long as unless something be "k ""u >'1""-v- we sl,a" ('"d
the business shows a profit. He learn.- that buck-passing always turn.- up m destruction '";,(|-1""IM' Gel ''"'
out to be a boomerang, and thai it never pay.-. He leam- 1 hat even the n1 lh( r 1 and to your neighbor calmlj
lanltor Is human and that it doesn't do any harm to smile and say "Good
morning." even II It Is raining. He Irani- thai most 01 the other fellows
are as ambition- as he Is, thai they have brains that are as wood or bet-
ter, and that hard work and not cleverness alone is the secret oi success.
He learns to sympathize with the youngster coming Into the business,
because he remembers how bewildered he was w hen he lir.-t started out.
He learns that the gang 1.- not any harder to gel along With 111 one place
than another, and that "getting along", alter all. depends about 98 per-
cent on his own behavior.'"
I recommend this bit ol homely philosophy to every Individual and
1 ry group who Is sincerely Interested In remedying the conditions
that make for individual and group misery through the harborin 1 I
false concepts, The graves! obstacles to advancement of human Ideals
are tin beliefs held by individuals thai they are correct In all that they
do, and that other.-, who differ with them, are all wrong. Man has the
habit oi self-glorlflcatlon. He believes that he, as a unit, and his particu-
In 1 ything, He and his own are the salt ol the earth,
they surpass all other-, thej sustain civilization, and, without them, the
llapsi on a tangent, and all mankind
would be doomed
Individuals and national or. religious groups conceive the false 1
cepl thai torj has doni to them, for them, and through them.
lead.- all other historical data In importance. The fallacy ol having .1
double standard persists. We Judge ourselves with mercy, and
with stern law.
II may be thai group coi ential for the preserva u
ji the group and Its contributions to society, but. 1 doubt that the
group welfare musl take precedence over the general welfare ol all
groups. Both as members ol a distinct clas and a: Individual creatures
rate our importance and. do not stop there are nol
opinion- oi sell silent, but, we make ourselves obnoxious
to others by voicing our fal particularly, are we offi
because the audience 1- composed ol Individuals and members ol groups
who hold similar opinions about their own Importance, and who 1
our pretensions to their glory.
I have bun blind for a long time, blinded by the same false con-
with which we teed our ego. But. as I look back. I visualia
claim- in personal grandeur or to group excellence in the light
experience 1 had while 1 was Chaplain ol a State Hospital for the in-
sane, in the North, a colleague related this story. "In my rounds through
one oi the wards, I met two men. inmate.- ol the institution. Alt.: \
changing a tew word.- with the first, he revealed to me the facl that
he was Napolean. As this Information was being Imparted to mo, the
second inmate passed by me within earshot ol our conversation, He
walked on and paused a- i passed him, a lew minutes later, he touched
my arm and called me aside. He whispered tome, "Don't pay any al-
ii to that other fellow lie.- crazy. He thinks thai he's Napoleon,
but he's not." 1 asked mj informant how he knew the truth He replied.
"He can 1 be Napoleon, because 1 am."
We talk ol Brotherhood and Fellowship, yet we push out own pet
claim.- to superiority: we speak oi cooperation, yel we strive fot the
credit for accomplishments and contributions to human welfare; we em-
bark on mission- ol love, yel we are armed With weapon ol distrust.
What mailers it who discovers medical cures? what difference does
it make 11 the scientist who Isolates a disease carrying germ be .1 Cau-
.asian. a Chinese, or a Hottentot, all humankind benefits? Why must we
constantly Haunt our vanities in the eyes oi our neighbors? Why are we
0 eagei and ready to .-hut the blame for misunderstanding onto the
shoulders ol tin other fellow? Why are we nol hones! enough to attri-
bute his succes to hard work coupled with cleverness, rather than to
cleverness alone, or shrewdness, or unfair practices? Are we so perfect
that none 01 God.- creatures can surpass us in integrity 01 in ho
ol purpose?
what is there among the beastly traits that we have inherited from
the dim past that retards our forward strides toward.- the hum and to-
wards true fellowship? Must our safety depend on the extermination ol
all others? There was a time when man looked upon every other en
human or wild animal, as an enemy That was in the dark days ol the
Cave Man. But. since then, man has learned that 111 society, 111 group
action, lay his defense against the animal world and against natural
Men. accordingly, formed communities, for mutual protection and
comfort. Man still view.- other communities as potential enemies, Musi
11 require as many thousands of years to remove that false concept from
the minds oi the human beings as it took to convince them of the wis-
dom 01 group cooperation ? Musi we continue In enmity and suspicion,
in bloodshed and in misery, because we are too bund to see that wi an
putting obstacles In our own paths? Are we so blinded by fears and
jealousies thai we fail to .see the human form in Othei '
oi these falst
and from a tali pei am him human rights. The standard
which we appl: u" "*"" '!!""",h """ races'
nations, and rehgiou Napoleon. I shall
doubl your sanii I believi myself to be he
ill confess, then '' *'a NaPleon
Now I have mlne were ""'
best and the 01 ml- havi ''' n
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1934
THE JEWISH FLOR I
D I A N
Political Briefs
! Ti1(. jpi .: hi ol public attention,
ov entered so brightly on the
career of Mrs. Bula
Iroker because of her candidacy
L congres Is nothing new to her.
Umosl from childhood days her
| i| was always devoted
the welfare of others, was such
i the public's interest.
, articles from metropo-
ipers attest to the high
o;nt.- in career of the still
Lng widow who, preferring a
i e In her Palm Beach
, ne and mixing little in
i! |fe for which the re-
Li i.- i d spends her days help-
p the afflicted, and
inks have been unjust-
the time she rode a
rn>kcr Indian costume
A: streets of Washington
1 man's suffrage parade
Ben c. WlUard, Miami attorney
and former Judge of the Municipal
COUrt, announced bis Candida,-, |,
ludge ol the Oourl ol Crlmi ub
Jecl io the June Democratic prim-
ary. Mr. Willard Is 42 years old, is
married and has two children in
the public schools ol Miami. He at-
tended the public schools ol Dad.
county and was graduated from the
law school
Page Five
tit the
Calling attention to an amazing
of John Ii. Sietson Uni- 8wl>g-about in the moral viewpoint
versity at DeLand in 1914. He has "' ""' c,rema, Mae west, the
practiced lav In Dade county since '"''' newest .sensation, whose
that time, with I lie exception ol the SPCon period he served overseas during the
World war. He served as municipal
judge for two years and wa
member of the Florida legislature
In the sessions of 1921 and 1923,
: young woman. Mrs. Crok-
Ol I he I list to espouse
i woman's right io the
lien.
age i" the famous Rich-
m i al the New York home
H.Viii.. : Strauss on November
1914 ain was the signal for
;! attention. But this
Hi.:. due to Mrs Croker's hu-
'.'.. :. activities. Strauss, him-
mi i ; philanthropist, long had
b* hing her efforts to aid
?' well acquainted with
IMt'< that, when little more than
IS Croker then Bula Ben-
^k Edmondson, was teaching and
* helping the Indian peo-
pte ii.oma. formerly Indian
V '' where she was born. On
m pletion ol her education at
Ch Ity, she spent five
teaching the Indians
ructor and principal in the
I public schools. Her work
Ol women and chil-
StraUSS to a.-k her to
r marriage to take place In
ar Mrs. Croker raised
1 for Red Cross work,
in Palm Beach since her
Dai death In 1922. she con-
to public and private
and, with the coming of
Ion headed federal re-
Palm Beach county
>poken criticisms oi whal
red to be mixing of poli-
'iu-~ work, led to her end-
position. She actively sup- '
Franklin Roosevelt In ins
ntial campaign. Now she is
be permitted to continue
i the people as a mem-
tigress.
Reduction of fire insurance rates
is the principal plank In the plat-
form Ol Hairy Cordon, attorney,
who qualified with the county com-
mission a.s candidate for the office
ol state representative, group l.
Other platform planks announced
by Gordon are the workmen's com-
pensation bill, permanent registra-
tion for Dad., county, and a "road
made much of tills for, u-iij-., ,, ,. .
' ^ fioiiaaj. for the lessening ol the
tax burden and so that a portion ol
the funds now used for road con-
struction may go to 5Ch0
Gordon was acme in the recenl
test case, originating here, to de-
termine the righl ol insurance com-
panies to fix rates. In which the
lire insurance and rating bureau
wa chat ed with violation of the
state anti-trust laws. Judge Paul D.
Barns ol circuit court ruled the
anti-trust laws governed insurance
companies Judge Rains' ruling was
reversed bj upreme court. Cordon
promises remedial legislation to give
Dade county insurance rates com-
mensurate with its low losses,
He is married and has two chil-
dren. He came to Miami m 1920 and
has practiced law here sine 1923,
He has been active in local circles
having been vice president ol Beth
David Synagogue, and director and
officer in numerous Jewish organ-
izations.
mount, "I'm No Angel" will play at
the Tivoii Theatre next Sunday and
Monday, believes that the American
people have reached that time in
their consideration of life and love
when they want to hear a spade
called a spade.
comedy and wit along with it. sTie
theorizes, and that's what she aims
to give em m her pictures and
plays
Mae exemplifies her theories m
"I'm No Angel," an original story.
In it. she portrays a circus lion
tamer, hardboiled. ambitious, cap-
tivator of man after man. But
when the film ends she has one
man for keeps, a millionaire bach-
elor, "tall, dark and handsome'
Cary Grant. The picture was di-
rected by Wesley Ruggles.
IVOLI
Show* till and 0(10 P. M.
"Baby Face" which come sto the
Seventh avenue Theatre next Sun-
day and Monday stars Barbara
Stanwyck, with such stars as George
Brent assisting. It is a story of how
B woman finally finds her true .sell
alter a life in which she throws
honor away for material success, it
is a powerful picture m which Mis-
Stanwyck gives a powerful por-
trayal of an unpleasant subject.
With sex as the main theme of the
play.
20c
till 6:30Kvening 25c
Matinees Daily
Sun.-Mon.. May 13-14
MAE WEST
"I'M NO ANGEI
She cites the sensational success
ol her last film. "She Done Him
Wrong.'' as an argument in proof
of her belief.
Miss West asserts, however, that
the public is uninterested In sex.
crudely presented. It wants laughs.
QUALITY AUCTION SALE
FridayAll Day
Commencing9:30 A. M.
I Heuscliold Goods of everj
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| 835-837 W. Flagler street I
I AmpUco-Baby Grand Piano, ill
Oriental Rags, Radio. Bedroom
Sets, Dressers, (hairs, Antiques, i
Grandfather :> Chime Tube
Hall Clock, probable cost S7.">(i
Miscellaneous Hems Galore
I RAT WRIGHT, Auctioneer
Phone 22860
i G. L. WHEAT
DADE ( OIN'TV
PURCHASING AGENT
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Judge E. C. Collins who is a can-
didate for re-election as Judge oi
the Criminal Court of Record has
gamed many friends becau.se ol his
fairness and courtesy on the bench.
Since his appointment in 1930. and
subsequent election at the hands of
the voter- at the primaries in June
Of the same year, his record has
been universally acclaimed by
members of the local Bar and by
all those who have come in con-
tact with him. Impartial and fear-
less in in- endeavors to rid the
county of habitual offenders, he has
been extremely sympathetic in
every instance where it was re-
quired and where clemency and
leniency would help to re-establish
tin wayward boy and man who
had committed ins first offence,
JUDGE
W. F. BROWN
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to the office of Judge of
Crimes, was born on a
n farm near Hayesvillc.
ollna, February 22, 1879.
ted from the Hlawai w
Mercer University and
Ity oi Michigan Law
in 1903 the year he gradu
Mercer University. He
: the micc.vs.-i id champion
"1 the University He mar-
|!i ssle Ivey, Sparta. Geor-
' have two daughters and
on who received their educa-
Miami High School, Wo-
' '"liege. Tallahassee .and the
M "I Florida.
' Brown entered the prac-
rv "i Miami in 1919 and has
inuously as Judge of the
: Crimes since July 18. 1927.
>' to Iils Judgeship he was for
1 member of the Demo-
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11 he held until he became
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