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wJemsti Floridian j_No. :12 wish News Non-Sectarian L QRIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEE KLY MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1934 Price Five Cents Around the World Laf md Dumb German Jewish Refugee Hero of Convention \ ...'i, Abraham Greenspan, Jewish deaf and dumb refugee L i any, stole the annual Lnvention of the National AssoI the Deaf and Dumb from I i "speakers" with a bitter %  enunciation in the sign language persecution of Jews by the k egime. A' the close of his Lddress, which was vigorously "api" in the sign language, his femarks were translated for the I Greenspan, who is a furt came to America on July 2. London The British Lessons Council, an (organisation of edp writers and lecturers specializing in Sunday school lessons, vot|il ;it its recent annual meeting to liiaw the attention of the chief ommittees of the council to the | arousing anti-Jewish and to ask thai '"care should lecting passage ai I [i -MII< to avoid the use any material that would prol ti encourage anti-Jewish fc I emphasized that needs specially to be ( %  lessons dealing with nd crucifixion of our 1. indon Jewi-h Chronicle [ ngthy editorial to the f ect of ant i Semitism in with the British schools I existence of anti-Seamong the youth of | The Chronicle refei '. address delivered by ll I iv Montagu before the Jew and Christians laic "spirit of revenge" I Crucifixion story Suing minds and to Miss I tatement that she had [ the Sunday school paders with a plea that they omething in the mat W profoundly trust," the lares, "thai th< whole surveyed by those in rial the dimensions of % %  or the threat of it. carefully ascertained and | riate remedies applied. no greater calamity toul| l me to this country than fhat thi tablishmenta sacred to pUd life should be turned into l of malice and social tU." pMs („., Reg n | ar Jewish Player New York — The New York Wanta have a Jewish player % Win. Hard-hitting Phil Weinrub, outfielder for Nashville in w .Southern League, whose pitchN have good cause to fear him, ^ been recalled by the leagueflcadin K Giants. Weintraub, who the Giants at the end of '•on and went with the club •pring, batted .400 in the louthen. League. He hails from r h 'ug„. Harry Danning, the I •nts' third string catcher, is also H '•Wish boy. Religious Recovery Drive Opens Oct. 1 New York The first national mm sectarian effort to strengthenI religious and welfare activities as part of a religious recovery drive Will open on October 1 under the auspices of the National Committee for Religion and Welfare Re covery, an inter-faith group representing Catholic, Jewish and Protestant clergymen and laymen. The program will open on October l, which will be observi d as "Fellowship Monday," when all ministers, priests and rabbis, together with the leading church and synagogue laymen of every city will be asked to arrange a fellowship luncheon or dinner, followed by a conference, as to how these leaders in religious and welfare work may co-operate during the year in attaining mutual moral, social and welfare objectives. October l to 6 has been sel aside as mobilization week, when all character-building agencies will he n.-ked to co-operate in a more constructive program of religious and vice during the coming year. October >'• and 7 will be "Loyalty Sabbath," when an i :' fort will be made to secure the presence of every citizen in some house of worship. The national committee is headed by Walter II. Head; Herbert hacker and .Mam ice S. hy, vice chairmen; executive committee, E. Graham Wilson, chairman: Ralph E. Diftendorfer, Dr. Solomon Lowen Shuster, vice-chairmen; administtee, Charl S. MacKarland, chairman; Louis Kennedy, William R. King and Rabbi David de Sola I'ooi, vice-chairmen, and Charles \. Vickery, executive secretary, The slogan of the campaign will be "turning to God." The call issued by the committee pointto the decreasing income of religionand private characterbuilding agencies during the last four yearand the almost unprecedented increase in callfor service, and declare.that '•important as is the recovery of economic prosperity, assuredly no less important is spiritual recovery through the maintenance of our spiritual ideals, moral standards and chars building institution.-." The Needs of the Day Miami Described as Hay Fever Haven Miami may now invite 1,000,000 h a y fevi r Bufferers throughout the country to Miami to enjoy entire freedom from the affliction during, the months of August and Scptember, Dr. George N. MacDonell, health director, told the city commission yesterday in a report. Dr. MacDonell has previously pointed out in public statements that hay fever sufferers find almost complete relief here from the affliction, but said that the membranous irritation was noticed to some slight degree on the west side of the city. Destruction of ragweed by city prisoners, working under the direction of the mosquito control unit from N. E. 41st street With the approach of the High Holy Days, and the incidental reopening of the schools shortly thereafter both Becular and religious, it behooves the Jewish community to take stock of i'self and its most potent asset ... its children. So much has been said in recent days throughout the entire world of the need of education ... of the stark necessity, as a means of selfpreservation, of giving our Jewish children a knowledge of our own people, of themselves. Of course, we have Talmud Torahs and Sunday schools Certainly they are attended bychildren, (hough actually by only a small minority of those who could and should attend Hut of what avail? There is no co-ordinated effort to establish a curriculum that will stand for accomplishment that will lie interchangeable between our schools of .Miami and those of the North, or even between those in Miami itself. Something can be done, it must he done. Education of the children, even of the adults, IIIII-I be made as much a part of the lital work of the Jewish community as is the collection of funds for w el Ianwork, or may we go even a Step further IT Ml SI BE MADE AS Ml (II AN INTEGRAL PART OF THE LIFE OF THE COMMUNITY AS THE PLAYING OF BRIDGE OH PINOCHLE (perhaps that's asking too much). We suggest: Lei each of the congregations of the Greater Miami area appoint two or three delegates to confer immediately. Let some ol those who are unal filiatcd be invited, as well, and let this conference adopt a plan for a concerted drive to ha\e all children attend some school where he or she may receive Jewish instruction. Let the same conference adopt, with the advice of the rabbis and others who are competent, a definite and constructive plan or curriculum which will be followed to the letter by every Jewish school in this area. Let there at the same time be a definite movement towards the weeding out from this area of those who hold themselves out as teachers of the faith, and are incompetent and false to their trust. In this way a constructive move towards the rehabilitation of ourselves may easily be made. Concerning the Jews HIM MINI*. In the September issue of Harper'.Magazine for 1899, Samuel Clemens wrote an e88ay, "Concerning the .lews." In effect, the essay was a reply to a number of letters arising out of the mistreat ment of Jews in Austria during 1899. Letters usually asked the creator of "Huck Finn" and "Tom Sawyer" "why, in your judgment, have Jews ever been and are even now, in the.-e days of supposed intelligence, the butt of baseless, vicious animosities.' Can American Jewilo anything to correct it, either in America or abroad? Will it ever come to an end? Will a Jew be permitted to live honestly, decently and peaceably, like the rest of mankind? What has become of the golden rule'.'" The publishers have recently reprinted this essay of Twain's because they felt its significance could be appreciated in 1934 as well as in 1899. The essay, not without a strain of humor that onefinds in other writings of Twain, is interesting not so much because of the answers which Twain offerAnnouncements %  r^lllllUIIIIIIIMIIIItlllllllllllllllKIIIIIIIIUIhlHIIIHIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIUIWIIIIIIIMlF TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 137 N. E. Nineteenth St. DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi Brief services will be held tonight at 8 p. m. There will be no sermon. This will be continued throughout the summer during the absence of Rabbi Kaplan with a Lay member in charge. Services are held in the main auditorium. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) 1545 S. W. Third Street JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi Services begin tonight at 6:30. Saturday morning services begin at 9 o'clock. Mincha services at 6:30 p. m., followed by the Maariv service. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) 311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi Services begin tonight at 6:30. to questions nosed, but because it is ,__ ... ... tomorrow morning services begin I warn who is doing the answering. .. o on r, o ,, .,, ..... ... at 8:J0. Cantor Schlachman will chant the services. Mincha services begin at 6:30 p. m., with Maariv following. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Conservative) 139 N. W. Third Ave. MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi Nazi Disclosures Astonish RADIO SYNAGOG Rabbi S. M. Machtci, founder and director of the Radio Synagog, will preach over station WIOD at nine o'clock on Sunday morning on -Chronic Fault-Finders.".. In addition to the sermon there will be prayers, music, scripture reading and a question box. to Coconut Grove on the bayfront and throughout the entire primary fire /.one of the city makes possible the new report. Twain's judgment on the Jewish problem divides itself Into six responses to questions raised above. He finds that the Jew is a wellbehaved citizen, "quiet, peaceable, industrious, uuaddieted to high crimes and brutal dispositions; that hi.family life is commendable," that his concern for his fellow men a.instanced in his sense >.,„„.,, „ •. Services begin at 6:30 tonight. ol charilv, IS most marked. Along C.I..._J • • Saturday morning services begin at with these virtues, he has a miniB n j:„„i. %  8:30. Mincha services begin at ber ol vices Which he 'iocs not lllo-r „„ *„II„„.„J v u o:30 p. m., followed by the Maariv nopoli/.e and winch art the prod_._,.:„„ serv let. net of an economy of competition. Twain contends that the major reason for persecution i.not, as Dr. Horace M. Callan has so frequentIj i xplained, the legend of the Crucifixion, but rather the apparent Jewish ability to compete ill all fields more successfully than With the sensational disclosures "i"" 1 '"'before the sub-committee of Con1'his is true, Twain holds, every, %  v ,i i -i .i Kress, ot which ( ongressman krawhere except in Scotland. I feel convinced that the Crucifixion has mer is chairman, in Us Angeles, of not much to do with the world's the attempts to obtain firearms attitude toward the Jew; that the and ammunition to plot against the reasons for it are older than that United States by the Silver Shirt.-. event, as suggested by Egypt's exand the further testimony that the perience and by Koine'.regret for Nazi government had been the fachaving persecuted an unknown tor behind the entire movement quantity called a Christian, under and had supplied the funds, much the mistaken impression that she interest will be shown in the story was merely persecuting a Jew. ] being published in the September .Merely a Jew a skinned eel who '-sue of Popular Aviation, appcarwas used to it presumably. I am ing today throughout the country. persuaded that in Russia, Austria; The article, written by E. Stanton and Germany nine-tenths of the Brown, staff investigator for the hostility to the Jew comes from magazine, charges that the Nazis the average Christian's inability shot down the two Lithuanian flyto compete successfully with the j ITS. Darius and Girenas, both of average Jew in business—in either whom were naturalized citizens of straight business or the questionthe United States, almost at the able sort." i completion of their transatlanticTwain believes that the Jewsj flight on July 17, 1933. can do something to improve their j The finding of bullet holes in situation. He specifically recom-. the bodies of the two internationmenda that Jews organize as mi' ally famous aviators, and the pubnority blocks, politically and otherlication of news items in the Lithwise, to effect the amelioration of uanian and German press, together his lot in society. But even on this I with interviews given by governscore, the inferences there to be j ment officials and others, are of drawn from what Train writes are 1 significance at the present time, that persecutions of the Jews will following the recent outrages and continue. "On the score of reli-1 attempts of Nazis in Austria and (Continued on Page 5) elsewhere.



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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, August lo, Mrs L .. % %  -. -+-.i ..-returned I th< Ity '.a'. Friday after N. C. %  %  • MrMilt laughter, Ba.-iara. left r. the Clyde Use ..-.-Tuesday I UttiTea *si friends ::: New York ar.i .:.-.=r p .--.north. They will return .r. • twc months a a a Weinkk %  returned the rity after ij i m time In the nwuntains -.'. N rth Carolina, • • %  Mrs. Samuel Aronowita aad h Idrei eft SS --i.-x~.-~ .xi: .. -. % %  -.-. relatives and ads in Sew V rthet turn in i %  .-. 15. from '.'a m. tc : i A -x Bureau, under whoae ao>] for its refamilies ( this area In :harg >f arrar.r?rr.-t> for the auxiliary .%  : nmittes beaded -y Mrs Ida an I Mesdames J. R reenl ?.. B y. -= ; B B. AU: and Londot It i urged U attend %  • • ... ..... ..... j f t j I .. A.:.. ary f thi Jewish rregatioa wi ... ... -• | |.. next Tu August 14 st £ nd i %  % % %  -• %  door prise was %  %  led a: -.a % rung is re[ • • • A rding ar. ar.' inci -.. •' ers •" the Miami lewis c Or loi ngregat n, tl High H ;• Da; • Babl %  % %  %  %  Babbi Car.: .r A. S. %  %  f Jacks n chanting the sen • WieB tntor rg :' At%  %  Mayf -"• %  %  I : Car [ %  t -. Bar or. M :' • %  %  I :-. i .-( p. 2 f %  Burdino's Selbv's natural line n Arch Preservers ..— 10 aw /"k The contour for gra • square • 9-J\J eyelets for something different and Selby's Arch Preservers : comfort along with chic. The T -trap pictured, or an oxford tie. HI RfllSKS. THIRIl FLOOR iucted : f SOU1 %  -' %  led a nu • • • Bos %  %  ..... %  m •• %  .o pi press. Adthe club Milton Klein, Al '• Pallott, Leo rhaikin lei. The third all of the club will be held < at a place to be rtly. Plans for this third annual affair include elaborate entertainment and a number of novelty stunts. ..: man of the ennt committee of the club, that a bridge and dance held a: the clnbrooms withreral weeks, details lished soon. • • • A meeting of the Greater Miami A : ation will Id Wednesday evening, August 15, at the Beth David Talmud Hall, according to an an. ement by W. L Williams, I of the organization. m m Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Apt* and daughter, Miss Alice Apte, left .. eek for Atlantic City for a reek ..• They will later go to New York. Mias Apte will ret college, Baltimore, En route home Mr. and Mrs. Apte will visit in Atlanta. ner home. • • : Mrs. Barney Weinkle tnd Milton, have .'. i • .-.-' trip Atlanta. Mrs. H. Bay via %  %  turned e trip to I'hilai ai : Al anii : R :" .... %  : Loan • quar' %  %  '• %  w. and : inga and Loan A lation, l Petersburg, and Thomas If. GrljJ fith, its vice-president. They ccn.1 gratulated Mr. Walk, r upon >uJ cess during the :'. ,f 0 I erations. The St. Petersburg i t .| stitution was second to begin func-l tioning in the United States, W.I lowing the Miami associatioJ There are now T, u iationibj Florida. • • • The Major Construction Corpo-I ration of Florida, a newly organ-[ ized company with offices at 92)1 Lincoln road, Miami Beach, is u-\ nouncing as its purpose the financ-l ing of home building on terms that I will make it possible foi the unl| salaried man to buy a home built to specifications, with a smallerI down payment than has been re-l quired in the past and mainder of the cost payable in in-1 stallments running over a period of years, or on a basis that willI be practically the same as rental| payments. S. Henry Adler, consl I Lneer, who i • I Hollywood,! Fla., pi eaident 11 Yates of Miami I try i reasui Mr. Ad myl lit homil %  *k oil I and I will induce many who rave here-1 I their mes. Mr. Adler, dui inf yearfl lence in the i \ ed 2* building-, a built many in Ja •• "-J I in Xttl I • • • Mr. an i Mrs. Ha •'| N. E. 26th I [ r howl in Indiana. Thi al i at S : The Third Reich in Caricature A collection of almost 100 famoua caricatures on conditions and events —in English. French and German. Foreword by Heinrich Mann This volume will mal appearance early in JW under the sr i)nsor hip Simplicus Verlag in I'ragu. The Cost. Including Three-Color Wrapper rders to— SIMPLICUS VERLAG X-Ziikova 4C, Prague. Czechosloxskia 40c THE LELANDE-DAVIS HOTEL ATLANTIC CITY'S NEWEST AND FINEST JEWISH HOTEL Maaeackaaetta Avenue and Beach—(Opposite Heinr Pier) DIETARY LAWS—EXCELLENT FOOD—MODEBATE BATES Cheerful Booms and Batha San Deck J. GLASEB, J. APPLEBAUM, Managers (Formerly of the New Davis Hotel) MUSIC — DANCING — ENTERTAINMENT



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priday, August 10, 1934 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three ""PUBLISH KD EVERY FRIDAY IKWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO Miami. Florida Phone 2-1183 EDITORIAL OFFICES: ill H. W. is,h Arnue Phone 2-11M j. |.or IS SIIOCHET, Editor nlD h. SIIOCHET, Circultion Miiunr CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Field Representative M m-cnnd clasa matU-r July 4, IMC n' lh.l' %  „„,. r < A.. ,„ wi si, legislator, and educators bert, returned this week after canno1 be held responsible, since spending some time visiting rela^luidthenrs^yTf'the'^wone can hardly expect them to | tives and fnends at Durham, '•"New Year coincide. A similar know the exact dates of Jewish lUttt 'n was avoided in New York holidays. But Jews should know You speak to me And the love lies in pools Behind the curtains of your eyes. It is as if your heart Were newly watered With a rain of love Bach time you look on me. I watched you Talking to some other men And there was no love In your eyes. They were hard, weary eyes, A trifle bitter. But when you turned in surprise And found me standing At your elbow, I saw the love spring up From the soil of your heart And wash the bitterness away. So I try to be kind to you For the sake of the love That lies unspoken Behind your eyes. You may have noticed that the friends who are willing to lend you money are those who have no money to lend. The average baby is so fond of its father that it sleeps during the day while he is busy so it can stay awake all night and enjoy his society. An ancient manuscript, brought to light in London, indicates that Adam, the father of us all, died of the gout. This seems to answer the oft-quoted query: When Adam delved and Eve span. Who was then the gentleman? Adam qualified as the typical gentleman in that family, for between stunts with the spade he must have lingered long over his meals and his after-dinner cigars, and his rich port wine. No record of Eve's last illness is extant, but like a true lady she probably went into a decline upon a reducing diet of bananas and skimmed milk. Kathryn— Kate Strongarm broke the woman's record in putting the Iti-pound shot. Kittye—That's nothing, Hattie Heavysides is fairly throwing herself at Jack Multirox. A critic of the public's reading taste-.says the modern newspaper is not literature. On the other hand, you can't line a pantry shelf with Shakespeare. Dutch scientists have produced a low temperature which approaches absolute zero. Have they thought of comparing this with our war enthusiasm? The Man at Large—Too bad a fine looking man like you should wear chains. The Man in Shackles—You see, it's like this, bo; I work so fast on dis job if I don't wear 'em I'll skid. Freddil—Was her father vehement in refusing your proposal? Teddy—Well, he threw his whole sole into it! Another of life's inscrutable An Ohio statistician finds that mysteries is why all of Austria's multiple births are commonest in harmony goes into her music. large families. How true. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gammot are being congratulated on the birth of a baby daughter at the local hospital last week. Mrs. Gammot is the {laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gallack of this city. Mother and baby are doing nicely. Odell Kominers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kominers of this city, conducted services at Temple Beth Israel last Friday night. Congregation Beth El held an important meeting at the Synagogue last Wednesday when important business was transacted. Mi. and Mrs. Irving Kapner are being congratulated on the birth of a son last week. Mother and baby are doing nicely. the Miami lodge and the local lodge, due announcement of which will appear in our columns. Miss Rose Uoodmark and brother, Daniel, left for a three weeks' trip to New York. Mrs. Tom Smith entertained a number of friends at bridge last week honoring her sister-in-law, Mrs. Sirotta, who, together with her three children, spent some time here. They returned to their home last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kapner of Palm Beach are receiving congratulations on the birth of a baby daughter last week. Mother and baby are doing nicely. Last Sunday evening Mrs. Louis Vangilder was the guest of honor at a surprise birthday party given by a number of friends at the Vangilder home. Games were played and delicious refreshments were served. *. Jcrsa by clai^g the ,, and it is u„ to them to remedy house .guest O d *ol the primary election. The this situation, which becomes more and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Morn. Mr. Morris Weinberg is the j guest of his brother-in-law orris ^Pening of the public schools in and more annoying every y Tessler. At an important meeting of the local B'nai B'rith Lodge plans were laid for an exchange visit between Mr. and Mrs. Ixiuis Schutzer received the announcement of the marriage of Mrs. Schutzer's brother, Leonard Relies, to Miss Ruth Abrams in Newark, N. J. The couple will make their home in Trenton, N. J., where Mr. Relies is in business.



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* \ %  %  Page Four THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, August 10, 1934 Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI Founder and Director. Radio Synwu* of America SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI. FLORIDA Vol. IV. SUNDAY. AUGUST 5. 1934 No. 31 "WAR CLOUDS" ScripturtReading. Micah. chapter I\. Versea 1-5, Inclusive. Experiei es of the earl f 1 ents of 20 that led u; I World War will • -.'. ..;• %  %  n of devi •'war cl< lids" ;: whi< h d nts. Permit me 1 f ents to ... w. Perhaps, in theli-r-f pi gran;:; U %  %  The H milchomoh. %  • lechem. mmon rool Tl ead, lechem milchomoh. Milchomoh lechem. Similai nstru maahol< 1 memsholoh. i. rachov, '.• have merchovoh, You need not holar to grasp the signifies f tl Ph illy, even thi intraim nnection. I milchomoh. t ing lechem, Th' re are no wars W 1st what 1 icts of aggra 1 I one' essions. I ha tions from S ibject, in alst idem I chose Micah ii referei I VI ed the solution. I th the foun Micah. %  e "... neither shall 1 But But in unhis vii none shall ma • 11 Afraid his fig %  "ertili luctivi inds, for 1 irci n tl %  t u • The direct cau rhere is 1 it an excuse to opei ildering fires into fla R the ecoi •;...: lechem, and milchomoh ea The prophet M f "... in the 1 nd if days I pruningh ioks % %  • ition. H r. only when 1 I when their bell full. Si essitj not nlj the mother of in ovr in defense. Bx. enty and yet he pre) I stick I Ton he has plenty. He th< need for more. That is gi Tl 1 next natura lesl 1 "How n 1 may the cau-. •• rem %  • d ." F rstly, all matters in dispul ndly, %  %  u i < 1 continue study of the control of natura ind their convi :' mankind. Thirdly, man should curb his instinct.and I ittributes with which he :. You may differ with me as I mj lei relative importance f thi • ely, you cannot deny tl genera y may be pla Thigood man will be a mai • He will be gentle iliatory in his dealings with hi.fellow men; he will do his !.• to b in amity and con Peace, I Ra s, is of the pillar.of the world; without it th( social order could n t. Therefore, let a man do hiutn 1 I promote it. The la and the best of the boons promised in the priestly benediction is : • burthen of the prayer with which every service in synagogue concludes: "May He who maketh peace in His high hea ens grant peace unto us'' And so a twofold duty i.indicated. We are not only to be peaceful ourselves, hut to help others to be peaceful also. The duty hawide implications. Peace ought to be not only a tional ideal. There an. doubtless, occasions when war .defensible as a lesser evil than disastrous and dishonorable peace. But thi less numerous than is u ed. And it should be the aim of a people to make their numbi all as possible. War .so terrible a calamity, BO dark a Mot upon our civilization, that the greatest sacrifices should he made t.. avert it. There are worse things, it : than war; but the worst of them i.the belief that wai Mai to national vigor, "a biological necessity," that there are international quarrels which cannot be settled without it, that itentire abolition is impossible. Such a belief is fatal to the ultimate establishment of universal peace, Nor should such an ;dea as glory be any longer associated with war. Only that nation should he deemed glorious which has made the greatest efforts, and submitted to the heaviest sacrifices, in order to preserve peace. We should uphold the principle of international arbitration. This fine expedient must not be kept for minor difference, only. It must be recognized as the normal, the only natural and becoming method of settling disputebetween civilized nations. The Jew who is true to himself will labor with especial energy in the cause of peace; he will -trive to bring about that change of n, that juster attitude toward.the question ofWar_ and ,„ alone will permanently put an end to mteniation., latri • dstently belong to a war party. II,religion his ,11 pledge him to a policy of peace, as a_ citizen ,. individual. The war-loving Jew 11 a contradition in man „f Borrows" must beware of helping, however resorrow upon others. Hts hiMonr tetntto fsj^jv^ „ w no strife, but brothel men; he has been called In order to bring not a sword, loving Jew ia follower of the Prophets Of Israel al therhood ... the forefront of the.r p.ctur. 01 ; mankind, predicting the advent 0) a Golden Age lid not lift up BWord Bg linst nation, nor learn wai In the wordof Charles Mackay, If l were a Voice a controlling Voice I'd travel with the wind; And. whenever I saw the nation.torn B; u irfa corn, Or hatred of their kind, I'd fly. I'd fly on the thundi r-cra-h. 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Friday, August 10, 1984 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN •SOCItTYM Jeannette Teller entertained With a delightful bridge party at I,,.: home <>" Washington avenue, M ami Beach, on Tuesday evening. Among those present were Mr. and Mi Simon Cohen, Mrs. Irving Silv,! field and Miss Lena Robbin, all „f Birmingham, Ala.; Mrs. Eva u/exler and Bernie Wexler of IrvIngton, N. J.i Mr. and Mrs. AbramSUM of Philadelphia, Fa., Mr. Paul Kantor, Harry Bernstein and Louis Sharon of Atlanta, Ga., Mr. I,. 0, Bloomfield, Mrs. S. Shapiro, ||ra. F. Teller and Mrs. D. Bandel „f Miami. After enjoying several rubbers of bridge, a delicious salad course was served, and all the guests spent a very delightful evening. • M Jeanette Seltgrnan has retnrned from Atlanta, where she gpenl a week visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. Louis Whiteman and children. Rosalee and Sydney, of Atlanta, have arrived in .Miami by automobile to visit Mrs. Whitesister, .Mis. Margaret Seligman, at the Meridian apartments, Mian Beach, for two weeks. In. and Mrs. George -lay Gerson ion, Gordon Neil, have moved heir new home. 2601 S. W. treet, Beacom Manor. Mrs, A. Daunt returned t %  %  the : %  i Friday after spending ime in Henderaonville, N. I'. Miss Ilaiina Maek left to spend time in New York City on hei vacation, Visiting friends and there. • who are interested in uiving musical training in Miami Beach are urged '." communicate with Cantor Boris nan any morning from ;i at Beth Jacob Synagogue, iorganizing a boy-' Hisses Tillie Hirsch, Rebeciwitz and Ann MoskowitZ ..lie. Tenn., are spending vacation at Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Rotfort and their parents, .Mr. and Mrs. L. accompanied by Irving Rot!1 leave Sunday morning by New York City, where II remain for about two -Mrs. Rotfort will attend unvention of the .National Hadasaah as the represent the local chapter, of which a past president. • • i>. borah Shochet of BaltiMd., is visiting hei brother iter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. .1. Shochet. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tobin are ng congratulations on the birth of a baby boy at the Victoria hospital last Monday. Mrs. Tobin | is Hie former Xorma Wolf. • Junior Hadassah is making plans 1,11 i's annual adminis" |j>ee, to | H > h
iof portraying the role of Rothschild as he mentions that hi' finds of Hollywood's beauties. were written by Mark Gordon and Harry Re\ el. These two boj ^ are responsible for such hits as "Undemeath a Harlem Moon." "An Orchid to Von" and "A Boy and a Girl Were Dancin The two Jail.play the song writer-: Thelma Todd is a vampy screi n sii en; Ginger R | simple country maiden, sweetheart of Oakie, and Gregory Rat the excitable artist agent. Lew Cody plays a motion picture producer and. together with their (jeorge and Florence Arliss in a songs and dances and comedy, the Scene from "The House of Itolhentire casl turns In a most enterM -hild." showing at the Mayfair tabling picture. Theatre. CONCERNING THK JEWS (Continued from Page 1) gion, I think it lias already come to an end. On the BCOre of race prejudice in trade, I have the idea that it will continue." He feels that the Jew is essentially a "get," a stranger in the midst. He also believes that human beings as such have antipathies for strangers. Ergo, You (the Jews) will always be by ways and habits and predilections substantially strangers — foreigners — wherever you are. And that will probably keep the race prejudice against you alive. But you were the favorites of heaven originally, and your manifold and unfair prosperities convince me that you have crowded back into that snug place again." The Golden Rule, Twain reminds Others in the cast, which boasts of twenty-five principals and seventy-five speaking parts, are Boris Karloff, Loretta Young, Robert Young, Helen Westley, Arthur Byron and many others too numerous to mention. us. is "exhibit A in the Church's a el and we pull it out every Sunday and give it an airing. It has never been included into business; and the Jewish persecution is not a religious passion. It is a business passion." Twain concludes on a note somewhat rhetorically describing the apparent biological hardiness of the Jew as contrasted with the glory and grandeur of Greece and Rome, Egypt and Babylonia and other cloths that used to hang "in insubstantial pageant faded." TIVOLI Showa :<( •„ *:M P.M. 2fc till 6:30—Evening 25c Matineea Saturday and Sunday Continuous 2 to 11 Sunday-Monday, Aug. 12-13 JACK OAKIE GINGER ROGERS Sitting Pretty &Ka After almost half a year of production, "The Cat and the Fiddle" reen of the Se\ ent h Avcnti Theat re, stai t ing Sunday as one of the most pretentious of ferings of the Metro-GoldwynMayei studio for the current, show on. Ra n N'ovarro and Jeanette MacDonald are the co-stars. Each himself in the distinguished company of such colorful and distinguished historical characters as Napoleon, King George III, the Duke of Wellington, Prince Metternich and Prince Talleyrand. \\ i lington is the most in evidence and c. Aubrey Smith's portrayal is said to bring the famous old war lord back to hearty life. IF IT'S PAINTING nit WATERPROOFING JAKE NEHAM New York Decorating Co. 218 llth St.. Miami Beach Phone :,-.iW.\ imiiiiMniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini AS ALWAYS— "Bundles of Satisfaction" BILTMORE LAUNDRY DRY CLEANING RUGS BLANKETS DRAPES PILLOWS CURTAINS ~ r8 I. L. Rosendorf, who has '" %  %  '! a patient at the Jackson Memorial hospital as the result of a recent accident, returned to his home at 1020 Michigan avenue. Miami Beach, where he is still conf,ne d to his bed. PARKING LOT A GOOD PLACE TO PARK YOUR 1A. CAR FOR ONLY AV ^ ALL VALUABLES LEFT IN YOUR CAR WILL BE WELL PROTECTED BILLY MARS-The Parker COME AND SEE ME 59 N. E. FOURTH STREET Just North of the New Postoffice RINGLING s J Ar of The School of ttlC John and Mable Rlngling Museum Faculty of i | -known artist off< in Drawing, Painting, [Lu*tration, Sculutun I mn rclal Art, Interior Decoration and Co turn* D The JUNIOR COLLEGE Offers 1. Two-year Secretarial course diploma. 2. Two*year course in Education. :i. Standard l'n*hman and Sophomore subject! leading to A. It. and B, 8. degret 4. Special Instruction In Musi.-. Expression and Dramatic*. SMALL CLASSES—INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION DORMITORIES, REDUCED TUITION OPPORTUNITIES FOR SELF-HELP Write for Catalogs to— Ringling School of Art BOX SARASOTA. FLORIDA iiiuiiiiitiniiiiiiiJiiiiMuiimn mi iiiiiiuiiiiiiimiii HERSH CARLTON HOTEL CHELSEA AVENUE AND BEACH Atlantic City, N. J. OWNERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT Our Spring Rates have been reasonably reduced, while still maintaining our High Standard of Food and Service. Rooms overlooking the Ocean and Boardwalk. Telephone -24578 OPEN ALL YEAR



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... .' Page Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Jews and Crime d is still the cornerstone through extended !" rre8 P n ^ ^ „ God a|waya pu „ishes the of n legal development. :in ,| with the help of ''aptT. DinsAnd becausa that is so I venture ir modern Jewish mothIlll'l'lL'pton acting as to it that her children 8* nt h ^ ^ com an d oppression cannot destroy t should nut lose this precious racial Arrangem pleaded for a cessati The formalism which, pleted with Daytona Beach, w • ancient patina, has been v;i! nah Char leston and Columbia, of anti-Semiti.m. Most women lack a sense for hematics ami anything that has with figure: is '•" them an •i. Still it is true, on ther hand, that figures sometime %  • early and v. rds, and i; ifur the sake •'" -his clearness m -that I beg my Israel, rs to bear with me today ( to the y"".'^ -,.,.. p a when I present th, %  tisgpirltua | Bn d int i •'" ,^ ter the musicians, with of mankind, this we should guard two hour concert and eight and keep inviolate foi i ur descend• %  • ants, letting them never forget Friday, Aug ust 10, p.,:;i a lM ed I Leaves 20,000 Marks for Relief of Aryan Law \ictims. Berlin—A bequest of 20.000 t that hatred ,arks is ,rft ta thc wi of lute t jj e Dr. Kurtzig, a Jewish physician, t, provide relief for the victim. „f the Aryan laws. This is the first bequest of this nature recorded. Bd vanc. persecutors of Israel." olic prelate point added to the original commands ( char iotte, Winston-Salem we may cherish as an orna^ Qreensboro, S. C.J Lynchburg, ment or discard as inessential, hut the • %  % % %  that but aagerstown, Md.; Sunbury, law pa. Elmira, Auburn, Batavia, : and Niagara Falls, N. which are sent fethat [, was i Jew who has first %  ^. { >ppear M part „ f tween the ages L rvstal i ze d ethi< Rochester's centennial celebral nl thirty, there is a binding moral law. K "" figures. I: th stat< reformat y at Bed New York, a corrective n to delinquent ( f sixteen and esent a pulation of ^K;; inmates. 0) 11 • w inmnto -. [i In the sta formerly at Auburn and now also Bi : i : Hills, om %  130 female criminals. Of -• %  v acts, will be honor gui .;,-,.,. of 100 Of Miami More Groups Help J, C. Band Faulhtoer Calls Hitler's Purge Punishment for Anti-Semitism Kloml MAYFAIR Theatre Biacayne Blvd. at 16th 10c—2 to 6:30 NOW SHOWING George Arliss THE HOUSE OF ROTHSCHILD" Munich—Th. death of the vicWith than 1,200 membertimB 0 f Hitler's recent blood purge J.C.C. Boys' waa called God's punishment for Semiti8m %  ;„ a recent sermon l^;:...:'":^ == \ totalI 2,51 ten I %  i I the as! ia] X n nsider th ilal state I New York. The ; fhc Miam; Ju :llbcr i has appointed 10 men % 588. P-'• c f whom '• %  Ja | I reach a } ta of 1,000 members and the j Miami Beach Lions, under leaders ur Childers, W. C. :.and Harvey Robillard, 500 m mix rs I t I %  i nts of the 7VAVJB J, '.\ %  -. Thiis, as a few minwith pencil and paper will con• i you, about sixteen and onei ent. i teen and ilf per cei hre. ; %  .. organized teams. \.. ershipt are beminimum of $1 %  %  %  testifj ing %  | : a --" t % % %  1,20 %  %  i t for I the 225-pi' isiciai i ial trait, inj ing nth. 1 •• concerts n 15 north%  ites, all of which i rida and Bodhead, but adverl Law, A la Greater Miami a ... I daj ...'. n with 16 • have trans n the midst of be. iftei four •• i arn ng. d bj Mr. H Adults 20c—Children 10c Box Office Opens 6:45 P. M. Sunday Sunday-Monday, Aug. 12-13 THE CAT AND THE FIDDLE RAMON SOVARRO JEANETTE MacDONALD Classified Miami a "^ ur ** ~ !" — laekHawley, utive secretary 233 N. W. 22nd St. Phone 2-2431 f the %  %  "• Pr„ : ^'eci'i-' S A"n^gVhuUerCorp. AWNINGS Pro-Tect-l Awning Shutter Corp. The Pioneera of the Indnatrj Over 10.00U Installations in Greater Miami Visit Our Factory and Showroom ^^ ^ Q lrQC j e .| n SQ | e frtf t0 mes but ODCe in O long while. We have made it possible for you to own a real standard BUILD NOW ON TERMS YOU CAN AFFORD! f f %  %  : 8 FOR SHUTTER AWNINGS see the Duplex Shutter Co. Prices ... • ill fn 1-et us protect your home fiom storms. SSS N. W. '.4th St. Phone Ldgewater 9187. GARAGES ma ke electric water heater at a price you can afford to pay. 929 Lincoln Krl. Patio Miami Beach COfrWRUCTIONS? ROLLINS A BOGGS Specializing in General Motor Repairs, Wheel Aligning, Brake Lining, Ete. 146 N. W. 5th St. Phone 2-2447 INSURANCE I'hone :.-2:>l I For Insurance Consult JACK J. ATKINS Representing Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. 907 Biscayne Bank Bldg. Ph. 2-60. i5 LUMBER 01 NEW QUARTERS AT 33 N. E. First Avenue A Saving* Institution under Federal charter and to safeguard your savings at liberal return. FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI Ezell Lumber & Supply to. Guarantee* 26% Saving t.. You Rcc r.ditioned 76 pquaree corrugated Iron. lx* Si'ling 1x6 Sheathing Uaed Lumber, iJonre. Windowa. Plumbing I gturoa. All kinds new Lumber Roofirm and As;>h lit I'hone :-71i2401 N. W. 7th Ave. MILLWORrT Millwork, Screen Windows and Spindle Doors; Cabinet Work LEE NOVELTY WORKS 221 N. W. 26th St. Phone 2-7469 PIANO TUNING PIANOS TUNED and repaired. W. Hehr, Phone 21837. 30 years' factory work. 1759 N. W. 1st St. ROOFING BOBBINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL WORKS Responsible Roofers since 1919. Inspections and Estimates Free 222 N. 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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
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Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
August 10, 1934

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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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wJemsti Floridian
j_No. :12
wish News Non-Sectarian
LQRIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1934
Price Five Cents
Around the
World
Laf md Dumb German Jewish
Refugee Hero of Convention
\ ...'i, Abraham Greenspan,
Jewish deaf and dumb refugee
L i any, stole the annual
Lnvention of the National Asso-
I the Deaf and Dumb from
I i "speakers" with a bitter
enunciation in the sign language
, persecution of Jews by the
k egime. A' the close of his
Lddress, which was vigorously "ap-
i" in the sign language, his
femarks were translated for the
I Greenspan, who is a fur-
t came to America on July 2.
London The British Lessons
Council, an (organisation of ed-
p writers and lecturers special-
izing in Sunday school lessons, vot-
|il ;it its recent annual meeting to
liiaw the attention of the chief
ommittees of the council to the
| arousing anti-Jewish
and to ask thai '"care should
lecting passage ai I
[i -mii< to avoid the use
any material that would pro-
l ti encourage anti-Jewish
fc I emphasized that
needs specially to be
( lessons dealing with
nd crucifixion of our
1. indon Jewi-h Chronicle
[ ngthy editorial to the
f ect of ant i Semitism in
with the British schools
I existence of anti-Se-
among the youth of
| The Chronicle refei
'. address delivered by
ll I iv Montagu before the
Jew and Christians la-
ic "spirit of revenge"
I Crucifixion story Su-
ing minds and to Miss
I tatement that she had
[ the Sunday school
paders with a plea that they
omething in the mat
' W profoundly trust," the
lares, "thai th< whole
surveyed by those in
rial the dimensions of
. or the threat of it.
carefully ascertained and
| riate remedies applied.
no greater calamity
toul|l me to this country than
fhat thi tablishmenta sacred to
pUd life should be turned into
l! of malice and social
tU."
pMs (., Regn|ar Jewish Player
New York The New York
Wanta have a Jewish player
?Win. Hard-hitting Phil Wein-
rub, outfielder for Nashville in
w .Southern League, whose pitch-
N have good cause to fear him,
^ been recalled by the league-
flcadinK Giants. Weintraub, who
* the Giants at the end of
'on and went with the club
pring, batted .400 in the
louthen. League. He hails from
rh'ug. Harry Danning, the
I nts' third string catcher, is also
H 'Wish boy.
Religious Recovery
Drive Opens Oct. 1
New York The first national
mm sectarian effort to strengthenI
religious and welfare activities as
part of a religious recovery drive
Will open on October 1 under the
auspices of the National Commit-
tee for Religion and Welfare Re
covery, an inter-faith group rep-
resenting Catholic, Jewish and
Protestant clergymen and laymen.
The program will open on Oc-
tober l, which will be observi d
as "Fellowship Monday," when all
ministers, priests and rabbis, to-
gether with the leading church and
synagogue laymen of every city
will be asked to arrange a fellow-
ship luncheon or dinner, followed
by a conference, as to how these
leaders in religious and welfare
work may co-operate during the
year in attaining mutual moral,
social and welfare objectives. Oc-
tober l to 6 has been sel aside as
mobilization week, when all char-
acter-building agencies will he
n.-ked to co-operate in a more con-
structive program of religious and
vice during the coming
year. October >' and 7 will be
"Loyalty Sabbath," when an i :'
fort will be made to secure the
presence of every citizen in some
house of worship.
The national committee is head-
ed by Walter II. Head; Herbert
hacker and .Mam ice S.
hy, vice chairmen; executive com-
mittee, E. Graham Wilson, chair-
man: Ralph E. Diftendorfer, Dr.
Solomon Lowen
Shuster, vice-chairmen; adminis-
ttee, Charl S. Mac-
Karland, chairman; Louis Kennedy,
William R. King and Rabbi David
de Sola I'ooi, vice-chairmen, and
Charles \. Vickery, executive sec-
retary, The slogan of the cam-
paign will be "turning to God."
The call issued by the committee
point- to the decreasing income
of religion- and private character-
building agencies during the last
four year- and the almost unprece-
dented increase in call- for service,
and declare.- that 'important as is
the recovery of economic prosper-
ity, assuredly no less important is
spiritual recovery through the
maintenance of our spiritual ideals,
moral standards and chars
building institution.-."
The Needs of
the Day
Miami Described as
Hay Fever Haven
Miami may now invite 1,000,000
hay fevi r Bufferers throughout the
country to Miami to enjoy entire
freedom from the affliction during,
the months of August and Scp-
tember, Dr. George N. MacDonell,
health director, told the city com-
mission yesterday in a report.
Dr. MacDonell has previously
pointed out in public statements
that hay fever sufferers find al-
most complete relief here from the
affliction, but said that the mem-
branous irritation was noticed to
some slight degree on the west side
of the city. Destruction of rag-
weed by city prisoners, working
under the direction of the mosquito
control unit from N. E. 41st street
With the approach of the
High Holy Days, and the in-
cidental reopening of the
schools shortly thereafter both
Becular and religious, it be-
hooves the Jewish community
to take stock of i'self and its
most potent asset ... its chil-
dren. So much has been said
in recent days throughout the
entire world of the need of
education ... of the stark ne-
cessity, as a means of self-
preservation, of giving our
Jewish children a knowledge of
our own people, of themselves.
Of course, we have Talmud
Torahs and Sunday schools .
Certainly they are attended by-
children, (hough actually by
only a small minority of those
who could and should attend
. Hut of what avail? There
is no co-ordinated effort to es-
tablish a curriculum that will
stand for accomplishment .
that will lie interchangeable
between our schools of .Miami
and those of the North, or even
between those in Miami itself.
Something can be done, it
must he done. Education of
the children, even of the adults,
iiiii-i be made as much a part
of the lital work of the Jew-
ish community as is the col-
lection of funds for w el Ian-
work, or may we go even a
Step further IT Ml SI BE
MADE AS Ml (II AN INTE-
GRAL PART OF THE LIFE
OF THE COMMUNITY AS
THE PLAYING OF BRIDGE
OH PINOCHLE (perhaps
that's asking too much).
We suggest: Lei each of
the congregations of the
Greater Miami area appoint
two or three delegates to con-
fer immediately. Let some ol
those who are unal filiatcd be
invited, as well, and let this
conference adopt a plan for a
concerted drive to ha\e all
children attend some school
where he or she may receive
Jewish instruction. Let the
same conference adopt, with
the advice of the rabbis and
others who are competent, a
definite and constructive plan
or curriculum which will be
followed to the letter by every
Jewish school in this area. Let
there at the same time be a
definite movement towards the
weeding out from this area of
those who hold themselves out
as teachers of the faith, and
are incompetent and false to
their trust.
In this way a constructive
move towards the rehabilita-
tion of ourselves may easily be
made.
Concerning
the Jews
HIM......MINI*.
In the September issue of Har-
per'.- Magazine for 1899, Samuel
Clemens wrote an e88ay, "Concern-
ing the .lews." In effect, the es-
say was a reply to a number of
letters arising out of the mistreat
ment of Jews in Austria during
1899. Letters usually asked the
creator of "Huck Finn" and "Tom
Sawyer" "why, in your judgment,
have Jews ever been and are even
now, in the.-e days of supposed in-
telligence, the butt of baseless, vi-
cious animosities.' Can American
Jew- ilo anything to correct it,
either in America or abroad? Will
it ever come to an end? Will a
Jew be permitted to live honestly,
decently and peaceably, like the
rest of mankind? What has be-
come of the golden rule'.'"
The publishers have recently re-
printed this essay of Twain's be-
cause they felt its significance
could be appreciated in 1934 as
well as in 1899. The essay, not
without a strain of humor that one-
finds in other writings of Twain,
is interesting not so much because
of the answers which Twain offer-
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
137 N. E. Nineteenth St.
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi
Brief services will be held tonight
at 8 p. m. There will be no sermon.
This will be continued throughout
the summer during the absence of
Rabbi Kaplan with a Lay member
in charge. Services are held in the
main auditorium.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
1545 S. W. Third Street
JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi
Services begin tonight at 6:30.
Saturday morning services begin at
9 o'clock. Mincha services at 6:30
p. m., followed by the Maariv
service.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi
Services begin tonight at 6:30.
to questions nosed, but because it is ,__ ...
... tomorrow morning services begin
I warn who is doing the answering. .. o on r, o ,, .,,
..... ... at 8:J0. Cantor Schlachman will
chant the services. Mincha services
begin at 6:30 p. m., with Maariv
following.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conservative)
139 N. W. Third Ave.
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Nazi Disclosures
Astonish
RADIO SYNAGOG
Rabbi S. M. Machtci, founder
and director of the Radio Synagog,
will preach over station WIOD at
nine o'clock on Sunday morning on
-Chronic Fault-Finders.".. In ad-
dition to the sermon there will be
prayers, music, scripture reading
and a question box.
to Coconut Grove on the bayfront
and throughout the entire primary
fire /.one of the city makes possible
the new report.
Twain's judgment on the Jewish
problem divides itself Into six re-
sponses to questions raised above.
He finds that the Jew is a well-
behaved citizen, "quiet, peaceable,
industrious, uuaddieted to high
crimes and brutal dispositions;
that hi.- family life is commend-
able," that his concern for his fel-
low men a.- instanced in his sense >.,.,, .
. Services begin at 6:30 tonight.
ol charilv, IS most marked. Along c.i..._j .
Saturday morning services begin at
with these virtues, he has a mini- B.n j:i. ,
8:30. Mincha services begin at
ber ol vices Which he 'iocs not lllo--r *ii.j v u
, o:30 p. m., followed by the Maariv
nopoli/.e and winch art the prod- _._,.:
. serv let.
net of an economy of competition.
Twain contends that the major rea-
son for persecution i.- not, as Dr.
Horace M. Callan has so frequent-
Ij i xplained, the legend of the
Crucifixion, but rather the appar-
ent Jewish ability to compete ill
all fields more successfully than With the sensational disclosures
"i""1'"'- before the sub-committee of Con-
1'his is true, Twain holds, every- _
. v ,i i -i .- i Kress, ot which ( ongressman kra-
where except in Scotland. I feel
convinced that the Crucifixion has mer is chairman, in Us Angeles, of
not much to do with the world's the attempts to obtain firearms
attitude toward the Jew; that the and ammunition to plot against the
reasons for it are older than that United States by the Silver Shirt.-.
event, as suggested by Egypt's ex- and the further testimony that the
perience and by Koine'.- regret for Nazi government had been the fac-
having persecuted an unknown tor behind the entire movement
quantity called a Christian, under and had supplied the funds, much
the mistaken impression that she interest will be shown in the story
was merely persecuting a Jew. ] being published in the September
.Merely a Jew a skinned eel who '-sue of Popular Aviation, appcar-
was used to it presumably. I am ing today throughout the country.
persuaded that in Russia, Austria; The article, written by E. Stanton
and Germany nine-tenths of the Brown, staff investigator for the
hostility to the Jew comes from magazine, charges that the Nazis
the average Christian's inability shot down the two Lithuanian fly-
to compete successfully with the j its. Darius and Girenas, both of
average Jew in businessin either whom were naturalized citizens of
straight business or the question- the United States, almost at the
able sort." i completion of their transatlantic-
Twain believes that the Jewsj flight on July 17, 1933.
can do something to improve their j The finding of bullet holes in
situation. He specifically recom-. the bodies of the two internation-
menda that Jews organize as mi- ally famous aviators, and the pub-
nority blocks, politically and other- lication of news items in the Lith-
wise, to effect the amelioration of uanian and German press, together
his lot in society. But even on this I with interviews given by govern-
score, the inferences there to be j ment officials and others, are of
drawn from what Train writes are 1 significance at the present time,
that persecutions of the Jews will following the recent outrages and
continue. "On the score of reli-1 attempts of Nazis in Austria and
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, August lo,
Mrs L .. -. -+-.i
.- .-- returned I th< Ity '.a'. Fri-
day after
N. C.

Mr- Milt laugh-
ter, Ba.-iara. left r. the Clyde Use
..-.-- Tuesday I UttiTea *si
friends ::: New York ar.i .:.-.=r
p .--.- north. They will return .r.
. twc months
a a a
. Weinkk re-
turned the rity after ij
i m time In the nwuntains -.'.
N rth Carolina,

Mrs. Samuel Aronowita aad
h Idrei eft SS --i.-x~.-~ .xi:
.. -. -.-. relatives and
ads in Sew V rthet
turn in
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for its re-
families ( this area In :harg >f
arrar.r?rr.-t> for the auxiliary .-
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an I Mesdames J. R
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Londot It i urged U
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the club
Milton Klein, Al
' Pallott, Leo rhaikin
lei. The third
all of the club will be held
< at a place to be
rtly. Plans for this
third annual affair include elab-
orate entertainment and a number
of novelty stunts.
..: man of the en-
nt committee of the club,
that a bridge and dance
held a: the clnbrooms with-
reral weeks, details
. lished soon.

A meeting of the Greater Miami
A.....:ation will
Id Wednesday evening, Au-
gust 15, at the Beth David Talmud
Hall, according to an an-
. ement by W. L Williams,
I of the organization.
m m
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Apt* and
daughter, Miss Alice Apte, left
.. eek for Atlantic City for a
reek ..- They will later go
to New York. Mias Apte will re-
t college, Baltimore,
En route home Mr.
and Mrs. Apte will visit in Atlanta.
ner home.
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: Mrs. Barney Weinkle
tnd Milton, have
.'. i .-.-' trip
Atlanta.
Mrs. H. Bay via
turned
e trip to I'hila-
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: Loan
quar-
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and
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inga and Loan A lation, l
Petersburg, and Thomas If. GrljJ
fith, its vice-president. They ccn.1
gratulated Mr. Walk, r upon >uJ
cess during the :'. ,f 0 I
erations. The St. Petersburg it.|
stitution was second to begin func-l
tioning in the United States, W.I
lowing the Miami associatioJ
There are now T, u iationibj
Florida.

The Major Construction Corpo-I
ration of Florida, a newly organ-[
ized company with offices at 92)1
Lincoln road, Miami Beach, is u-\
nouncing as its purpose the financ-l
ing of home building on terms that I
will make it possible foi the unl|
salaried man to buy a home built
to specifications, with a smallerI
down payment than has been re-l
quired in the past and
mainder of the cost payable in in-1
stallments running over a period
of years, or on a basis that willI
be practically the same as rental|
payments.
S. Henry Adler, consl I
L- neer, who i I Hollywood,!
Fla., pi eaident 11
Yates of Miami I try i
reasui
Mr. Ad myl
lit homil
*k oil
I
and I
will induce many who rave here-1
I
their mes.
Mr. Adler, dui inf yearfl
. lence in the i \
ed 2* building-, a
built many in Ja "-J
I in Xttl
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Mr. an i Mrs. Ha '|
N. E. 26th I
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in Indiana. Thi
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FRIDAY, AUGUST lo, 1934
Not Complimentary
-Stupid
i K ingen State administra-
tion in Germany has made it known
in foreign newspaper menj that
while thi use of the swim mi hit and
bathing facilities of the state is
German Jews, the ad-
tration would have no objec-
tion to visits from foreign .lews.
Tlu- official statement goes even
further, saying that "foreign Jews
would be made welcome ami al-
. use of mineral hath- and
wells."
I naiv tte of Nazi state offi-
really pathetic. On the
ind they broadcast to the
world that the .lews are an inter-
il group without patriotic
for any country, bent on
the whole world. On
other occasions, whenever conven-
Xazi government spokes-
men draw a definite line of do-
between German and
.-. as if they belonged to
lit races.
I' procedure is followed by the
connection with the
"' niies also. German Jews
illy barred from partici-
while foreign Jews are in-
line with guarantees of
ii and pledges of warm
iy." If nothing else
could do so, the anti-Nazi boycott
should have convinced the Hitler
it foreign Jews have
themselves completely
*"th their brethren in Germany,
and that a special invitation to
them is not complimentary, but
tupid.
Jewish Calendar
Wanted
"he recurrent conflicts between
Primary or election day and the
(Wl11 High Holidays in many
are again creating difficul-
Jewish citizens. In Maine
wish voters may be di-fran-
ause election day coin-
lh the first day of Rosh
Mhanah. In Colorado, primary
Orlando Notes
Orlandoam seen Sunday at Hay
tona Beach were: Mr and Mrs. D.
Hillman and family, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Ottenberg, Mr. and Mrs. I.. Wol-
ly. daughter and son, Ruth and
George; Mr. and Mrs, B. .1. Cohen
and two sons, Mr. and Mr II.
Braverman, Shirley Braverman,
llindalyn Kcltlcmai, and Mr. and
Mrs. M. Safer.
Latvia Suppresses Anti-Semitic
Fascist Movement
Mrs. H. Liber man and son, Or-
win, returned recent Iy from New
York City,
Miss Hetty Herman left Orlainl ,
to ~|u ml a month in New York.
RigaThe entire anti-Semitic
Fascist movement has been sup-
pn -Mil by the Latvian government
following discovery of a nation-
wide plot to seise the government
and proclaim M. Zelmin, Fascist
leader, as dictator. When the pres-
enl regime of Premior Ulmannis
took office in May the Fascists
pledged their co-operation, but se-
continued to undermine the
government. Some 60 Fascist lead-
ave already been imprisoned
and 30 others lace trial by court-
martial.
Mirton and daughters, Mr. and
I. Friedland and family, Mr.
and Mrs. L. S. Frankle and daugh-
Mise Florence Wittciistcin ar- t.r. Marjorie.
rived here after spending Borne
time in Pittsburgh.
Hie 101 Club entertained Sun-
Mr. and Mrs. I.iberman expect ''^ ^i-l. a bay ride and swimming
the return of their ,. William, %*%. ^V .S^. ST '
from Gainesville shortly "'"'"thy Baker' Beatrlce Liberman-
Mr. Sol Wittenstein and father
and Dr. and Mrs. II. Ross are vis-
iting friends and relatives in the
-North.
Mr. and Mrs. J. New
New York this week. ,
left for
Mr. and Mrs. Kd Safer and rel-
atives and friends from Wauchula
will arrive here Sunday to attend
the wedding of Frank Sigal and
I lolly Safer this coming Shnday.
Gertrude Haimowitz, Morris Hai-
movitz, Abe and Jack Kameneff,
Myer Sigal, Morton Levy and Lu-
cile Baker attended. Members of
the club have just completed the
beautification of the Synagogue
grounds, which they undertook as
part of their activities several
month.- ago.
Mr, and Mrs. A. Silverstein and
children left to make their home
in Lima, Ohio.
Mr. O. Baer returned to the city
after spending some time in New
York and New Jersey.
The Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid
Society of Congregation B'nai Is-
rael gave a bridge on Thursday
afternoon, August 2, at Schuster's
Pavilion, with Mrs. S. Schwartz
and Mrs. Ilv Jacob- as hostesses.
Mr. David I.oebel and Mr. Mor-
,,. Hermer just returned from a
ham is visiting her sisters, Mr-. II. N"w Wk ('"-v hu-vln* ln"-
Kottleman and Mrs. I. Koplan.
Miss Fern Goldberg "was ap-
Mr. and Mrs. S. Berger Bpent pointed choir director and secre-
Sunday at Canaveral Harbor. tary. under Dr. A. S. Kleinfeld.
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Mr. BridemoreThis is the last
razor blade I have and it won't cut
a whisker.
His WifeThat's strange. It
worked fine today when I shaved
the down and pinfeathers off the
chickens instead of singeing them.
The BeautyDon't you think a
husband should occasionally tell
his wife that she's beautiful?
The BeastNope! Wholly super-
fluous. If she is beautiful she
knows she is, and if she isn't beau-
tiful she thinks she is.
Worry never accomplished any-
thing worth while.
Second thoughts are best in a
case of love at first sight.
Beware of the individual who is
lost to all sense of shame.
When the worst comes to the
worst it's up to us to make the
best of it.
Did you ever see a free show-
that didn't have some kind of col-
lection attached to it?
Dr. Ruth Mirton of Tampa spent
Sunday in Orlando visiting her
mother, Mrs. J. Mirton.
A large number of visitor- are
expected to arrive here Sunday
Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld addressed
the Ladies' Literary Society of
Tampa on Tuesday afternoon, his
subject being "Social Ethics."
Bar Mitzvah class will receive
morning to attend the wedding cer- instructions every Monday evening
emonies which will unite Miss Dol- at 7:30 o'clock.
|j Safer, .laughter of Rev. and ----------
Mrs. H. Safer of this city to Mr. (.||(ih. ,.(.lu.ar.a| for tlu. High
Frank Sigal Sunday evening. The Holidays will take place every
ceremony will be solemnized at the Wednesday and Friday evening at
Synagogue, where the father of Lj,e al,,|ii,,rium of the Congrega-
the bride is the spiritual head. A I [inn
reception will fedlow the cere- _______
monies. ||u. puDjjc [g ,nviu.,| t() attend
a benefit bridge at David Gold-
Included in the party that spent man.g beacn h()me at Treasure Is-
Sunday at Coronado Beach were: |.i|ul ii(..l(.h on Sunday evening,
Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Soonal and Augugt |L._ beginning at K o'clock,
family. Mr. and Mrs. M. Witten- H(,|u. ||,.rnu.,- am| Mae Benjamin,
stein, Tibel Wittenstein, Mrs. J. nosU.ss,.s, Refreshments and a
.----------------------------- prize for each table.
many cities, including New York. _______
,. scheduled for the first day of
Rosh Hashanah.
These conflicts could be easily
avoided, and unnecessary friction
and protests eliminated, if one of
the national Jewish organizations
would make it its business to pro-
vide every legislative body, uni-
versity, high school and elementary
school in the country with an in-
expensive, but aciurat. perpetual
Jewish calendar. No one believes
that there is anything deliberate
about these conflicts. They an
me
Sidney Mershen, son of Mrs. Ida
Mershen of New York City, is vis-
iting his grandfather, Mr. David
Goldman.
West Palm Beach
Notes
Mr and Mrs. Maurice Moss and
im:;:;v;:;;;il;;:;:;u*hn;-:.-,,;*,;.,,...,.., ;.>,. r< a..
,wisi, legislator, and educators bert, returned this week after
canno1 be held responsible, since spending some time visiting rela-
^luidthenrs^yTf'the'^w- one can hardly expect them to | tives and fnends at Durham, .
'"New Year coincide. A similar know the exact dates of Jewish
"lUttt'n was avoided in New York holidays. But Jews should know
You speak to me
And the love lies in pools
Behind the curtains of your
eyes.
It is as if your heart
Were newly watered
With a rain of love
Bach time you look on me.
I watched you
Talking to some other men
And there was no love
In your eyes.
They were hard, weary eyes,
A trifle bitter.
But when you turned in surprise
And found me standing
At your elbow,
I saw the love spring up
From the soil of your heart
And wash the bitterness away.
So I try to be kind to you
For the sake of the love
That lies unspoken
Behind your eyes.
You may have noticed that the
friends who are willing to lend you
money are those who have no
money to lend.
The average baby is so fond of
its father that it sleeps during the
day while he is busy so it can stay
awake all night and enjoy his so-
ciety.
An ancient manuscript, brought
to light in London, indicates that
Adam, the father of us all, died of
the gout. This seems to answer
the oft-quoted query:
When Adam delved and Eve span.
Who was then the gentleman?
Adam qualified as the typical
gentleman in that family, for be-
tween stunts with the spade he
must have lingered long over his
meals and his after-dinner cigars,
and his rich port wine. No record
of Eve's last illness is extant, but
like a true lady she probably went
into a decline upon a reducing diet
of bananas and skimmed milk.
Kathryn Kate Strongarm broke
the woman's record in putting the
Iti-pound shot.
KittyeThat's nothing, Hattie
Heavysides is fairly throwing her-
self at Jack Multirox.
A critic of the public's reading
taste-.- says the modern newspaper
is not literature. On the other
hand, you can't line a pantry shelf
with Shakespeare.
Dutch scientists have produced
a low temperature which ap-
proaches absolute zero. Have they
thought of comparing this with
our war enthusiasm?
The Man at LargeToo bad a
fine looking man like you should
wear chains.
The Man in ShacklesYou see,
it's like this, bo; I work so fast on
dis job if I don't wear 'em I'll skid.
FreddilWas her father vehe-
ment in refusing your proposal?
TeddyWell, he threw his whole
sole into it!
Another of life's inscrutable An Ohio statistician finds that
mysteries is why all of Austria's multiple births are commonest in
harmony goes into her music. large families. How true.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gammot are
being congratulated on the birth
of a baby daughter at the local
hospital last week. Mrs. Gammot
is the {laughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Gallack of this city. Mother and
baby are doing nicely.
Odell Kominers, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Abe Kominers of this city,
conducted services at Temple Beth
Israel last Friday night.
Congregation Beth El held an
important meeting at the Syna-
gogue last Wednesday when im-
portant business was transacted.
Mi. and Mrs. Irving Kapner are
being congratulated on the birth
of a son last week. Mother and
baby are doing nicely.
the Miami lodge and the local
lodge, due announcement of which
will appear in our columns.
Miss Rose Uoodmark and broth-
er, Daniel, left for a three weeks'
trip to New York.
Mrs. Tom Smith entertained a
number of friends at bridge last
week honoring her sister-in-law,
Mrs. Sirotta, who, together with
her three children, spent some time
here. They returned to their home
last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kapner of
Palm Beach are receiving congrat-
ulations on the birth of a baby
daughter last week. Mother and
baby are doing nicely.
Last Sunday evening Mrs. Louis
Vangilder was the guest of honor
at a surprise birthday party given
by a number of friends at the Van-
gilder home. Games were played
and delicious refreshments were
served.
*. Jcrsa by clai^g the ,, and it is u to them to remedy house .guest O
d*ol the primary election. The this situation, which becomes more and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Morn.
Mr. Morris Weinberg is the j
guest of his brother-in-law
orris
^Pening of the public schools in and more annoying every y
Tessler.
At an important meeting of the
local B'nai B'rith Lodge plans were
laid for an exchange visit between
Mr. and Mrs. Ixiuis Schutzer re-
ceived the announcement of the
marriage of Mrs. Schutzer's broth-
er, Leonard Relies, to Miss Ruth
Abrams in Newark, N. J. The
couple will make their home in
Trenton, N. J., where Mr. Relies is
in business.


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, August 10, 1934
Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
Founder and Director. Radio Synwu* of America
SUNDAY MORNINGS
WIOD, MIAMI. FLORIDA
Vol. IV. SUNDAY. AUGUST 5. 1934 No. 31
"WAR CLOUDS"
Scripturt- Reading. Micah. chapter I\. Versea 1-5, Inclusive.
Experiei
es of the earl f 1 ents of 20
that led u; I World War will
-.'. ..; n of devi
'war cl< lids"
;: whi< h d nts.
Permit me 1 f ents to ...
w. Perhaps, in the- li-r-- f pi
gran;:; U "' The H
milchomoh. lechem.
mmon rool Tl ead, lechem
milchomoh. Milchomoh
lechem. Similai nstru maahol< 1
memsholoh. i. rachov,
'. have merchovoh, You need not
holar to grasp the signifies f tl Ph
illy, even thi intraim nnection. I
milchomoh. t ing lechem,
Th' re are no wars
W 1st what 1
icts of aggra 1 I one'
essions. I ha tions from S
ibject, in al-
st idem I chose Micah ii referei I
VI ed the solution. I
th the foun Micah.
e "... neither shall 1 But
. But in un-
his vii none shall ma
11 Afraid
his fig

"ertili luctivi inds, for 1
irci n tl
t
u
The direct cau
rhere is 1
it an excuse to opei
ildering fires into fla R the ecoi
;...: lechem, and milchomoh
ea
The prophet M
f "... in the 1 nd if days I
pruningh ioks .
ition. H
r. only when 1 I
when
their bell full. Si essitj not nlj the mother of in
ov-
r in defense. Bx.
enty and yet he pre) I stick I Ton
he has plenty. He th< need for more. That is gi
Tl 1 next natura lesl 1 "How n 1
may the cau-. rem d ." F rstly, all matters in dispul
ndly, u i < 1 continue
study of the control of natura ind their convi
:' mankind. Thirdly, man should curb his
instinct.- and I ittributes with which he
:. You may differ with me as I mj lei
relative importance f thi ely, you cannot deny tl
genera y may be pla
Thi- good man will be a mai He will be gentle
iliatory in his dealings with hi.- fellow men; he will do his !.
to b in amity and con Peace, I Ra s, is
of the pillar.- of the world; without it th( social order could n
t. Therefore, let a man do hi- utn 1 I promote it. The la
and the best of the boons promised in the priestly benediction is
. : burthen of the prayer with which every service in
synagogue concludes: "May He who maketh peace in His high hea
ens grant peace unto us'' '
And so a twofold duty i.- indicated. We are not only to be peace-
ful ourselves, hut to help others to be peaceful also. The duty ha-
wide implications. Peace ought to be not only a
tional ideal. There an. doubtless, occasions when war .- defensible as
a lesser evil than disastrous and dishonorable peace. But thi
less numerous than is u ed. And it should be the aim of
a people to make their numbi all as possible. War .- so terrible
a calamity, BO dark a Mot upon our civilization, that the greatest sac-
rifices should he made t.. avert it. There are worse things, it :
than war; but the worst of them i.- the belief that wai Mai to
national vigor, "a biological necessity," that there are international
quarrels which cannot be settled without it, that it- entire abolition is
impossible. Such a belief is fatal to the ultimate establishment of
universal peace,
Nor should such an ;dea as glory be any longer associated with
war. Only that nation should he deemed glorious which has made
the greatest efforts, and submitted to the heaviest sacrifices, in order
to preserve peace. We should uphold the principle of international
arbitration. This fine expedient must not be kept for minor differ-
ence, only. It must be recognized as the normal, the only natural and
becoming method of settling dispute- between civilized nations.
The Jew who is true to himself will labor with especial energy
in the cause of peace; he will -trive to bring about that change of
n, that juster attitude toward.- the question ofWar_ and
, alone will permanently put an end to mteniation., latri
dstently belong to a war party. II,- religion his
,11 pledge him to a policy of peace, as a_ citizen
. ,. individual. The war-loving Jew 11 a contradition in
man f Borrows" must beware of helping, however re-
sorrow upon others. Hts hiMonr tetntto fsj^jv^
. w no, strife, but brothel
men; he has been called In order to bring not a sword,
loving Jew i- a follower of the Prophets Of Israel
al therhood ... the forefront of the.r p.ctur. 01
; mankind, predicting the advent 0) a Golden Age
lid not lift up BWord Bg linst nation, nor learn wai
In the word- of Charles Mackay,
If l were a Voice a controlling Voice
I'd travel with the wind;
And. whenever I saw the nation.- torn
B; u irfa corn,
Or hatred of their kind,
I'd fly. I'd fly on the thundi r-cra-h.
V d theii blinded bosoms flash:
And. all their evil thoughts subdued,
I'd teach thi 1 tian Brotherhood.
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BerlinThree storm troopers
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Friday, August 10, 1984
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
SOCItTY-
M Jeannette Teller entertained
With a delightful bridge party at
I,,.: home <>" Washington avenue,
M ami Beach, on Tuesday evening.
Among those present were Mr. and
Mi Simon Cohen, Mrs. Irving Sil-
v,! field and Miss Lena Robbin, all
f Birmingham, Ala.; Mrs. Eva
u/exler and Bernie Wexler of Irv-
Ington, N. J.i Mr. and Mrs. Abram-
SUM of Philadelphia, Fa., Mr. Paul
Kantor, Harry Bernstein and
Louis Sharon of Atlanta, Ga., Mr.
I,. 0, Bloomfield, Mrs. S. Shapiro,
||ra. F. Teller and Mrs. D. Bandel
f Miami. After enjoying several
rubbers of bridge, a delicious salad
course was served, and all the
guests spent a very delightful eve-
ning.
* *
M Jeanette Seltgrnan has re-
tnrned from Atlanta, where she
gpenl a week visiting relatives and
friends.
* *
Mrs. Louis Whiteman and chil-
dren. Rosalee and Sydney, of At-
lanta, have arrived in .Miami by
automobile to visit Mrs. White-
sister, .Mis. Margaret Selig-
man, at the Meridian apartments,
Mian Beach, for two weeks.
* *
In. and Mrs. George -lay Gerson
ion, Gordon Neil, have moved
heir new home. 2601 S. W.
treet, Beacom Manor.
* *
Mrs, A. Daunt returned t the
: i Friday after spending
ime in Henderaonville, N. I'.
*
Miss Ilaiina Maek left to spend
time in New York City on
hei vacation, Visiting friends and
- there.
*
who are interested in
uiving musical training in
Miami Beach are urged '." com-
municate with Cantor Boris
nan any morning from ;i
. at Beth Jacob Synagogue,
i- organizing a boy-'
* *
Hisses Tillie Hirsch, Rebec-
iwitz and Ann MoskowitZ
..lie. Tenn., are spending
vacation at Miami Beach.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Rotfort and
their parents, .Mr. and Mrs. L.
accompanied by Irving Rot-
!1 leave Sunday morning by
' New York City, where
II remain for about two
-Mrs. Rotfort will attend
unvention of the .National
Hadasaah as the represent
the local chapter, of which
a past president.
*
i>. borah Shochet of Balti-
Md., is visiting hei brother
iter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. .1.
Shochet.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tobin are
ng congratulations on the
birth of a baby boy at the Victoria
hospital last Monday. Mrs. Tobin |
is Hie former Xorma Wolf.
.
Junior Hadassah is making plans
1,11 i's annual adminis"
|j>ee, to |H> h
Kulnii is chairman of the arrange-
ments committee.
Page Five
At the
[ovles*
is not only a romantic favorite, but
an accomplished singer. They are
teamed lor the first lime in this
"'ion. hut their success has
Not an expose Of Hollywood or
New York's "Tin-Pan Alley," but
a music-sprinkled story of a cou-
ple of likeable muggs from Broad-
way who can write swell tunes,
but who have a hard time proving
it because of girl trouble.
That's the story substance of
Paramount-.- "Sitting Pretty," the
screen musical featuring .lack
Oakie, Jack Haley. (linger Rogers,
Thelma Todd, Gregory Ratoff and
Lew Cody, which will play at the
Tivoli Theatre starting Sunday.
The music, songs and the pro-
duction numbers, backed by hun-
been so instantaneous and out-
standing that M-G-M is now re-
uorted to be seeking a new vehicle
in which ^hey may appear to-
: gether.
"The House of Rothschild," fea-
turing George Arliss and a cele-
brated cast of screen luminaries, is
being held over for a second week
a: the Mayfair theatre.
The picture presents a vivid de-
scription id' the internationally fa-
' minis family from the days that
, Maier Amschel started the first of
the banking houses in Frankfort.
George Arliss expresses the lik-
ri>i- of portraying the role of Roth-
schild as he mentions that hi' finds
of Hollywood's beauties.
were written by Mark Gordon and
Harry Re\ el. These two boj ^ are
responsible for such hits as "Un-
demeath a Harlem Moon." "An
Orchid to Von" and "A Boy and
a Girl Were Dancin
The two Jail.- play the song
writer-: Thelma Todd is a vampy
screi n sii en; Ginger R |
simple country maiden, sweetheart
of Oakie, and Gregory Rat
the excitable artist agent. Lew
Cody plays a motion picture pro-
ducer and. together with their (jeorge and Florence Arliss in a
songs and dances and comedy, the Scene from "The House of Itolh-
entire casl turns In a most enter- M-hild." showing at the Mayfair
tabling picture. Theatre.
CONCERNING THK JEWS
(Continued from Page 1)
gion, I think it lias already come
to an end. On the BCOre of race
prejudice in trade, I have the idea
that it will continue." He feels
that the Jew is essentially a "get,"
a stranger in the midst. He also
believes that human beings as
such have antipathies for stran-
gers. Ergo, You (the Jews) will
always be by ways and habits and
predilections substantially stran-
gers foreigners wherever you
are. And that will probably keep
the race prejudice against you
alive. But you were the favorites
of heaven originally, and your
manifold and unfair prosperities
convince me that you have crowded
back into that snug place again."
The Golden Rule, Twain reminds
Others in the cast, which boasts
of twenty-five principals and sev-
enty-five speaking parts, are Boris
Karloff, Loretta Young, Robert
Young, Helen Westley, Arthur
Byron and many others too nu-
merous to mention.
us. is "exhibit A in the Church's
a el and we pull it out every Sun-
day and give it an airing. It has
never been included into business;
and the Jewish persecution is not
a religious passion. It is a busi-
ness passion." Twain concludes on
a note somewhat rhetorically de-
scribing the apparent biological
hardiness of the Jew as contrasted
with the glory and grandeur of
Greece and Rome, Egypt and
Babylonia and other cloths that
used to hang "in insubstantial pag-
eant faded."
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Sunday-Monday, Aug. 12-13
JACK OAKIE
GINGER ROGERS
Sitting Pretty
&Ka
After almost half a year of pro-
duction, "The Cat and the Fiddle"
reen of the Se\ ent h
Avcnti Theat re, stai t ing Sunday
as one of the most pretentious of
ferings of the Metro-Goldwyn-
Mayei studio for the current, show
on.
Ra.....n N'ovarro and Jeanette
MacDonald are the co-stars. Each
himself in the distinguished com-
pany of such colorful and distin-
guished historical characters as
Napoleon, King George III, the
Duke of Wellington, Prince Met-
ternich and Prince Talleyrand.
\\ i lington is the most in evi-
dence and c. Aubrey Smith's por-
trayal is said to bring the famous
old war lord back to hearty life.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Jews and Crime
d is still the cornerstone through extended rre8Pn^ ^ God a|waya puishes the
of n
legal development. :in,| with the help of ''apt- T. Dins-
And becausa that is so I venture
ir modern Jewish moth-
Illl'l'l-
L'pton acting as
. to it that her children 8*nt h ^ ^ com. and oppression cannot destroy t
should nut lose this precious racial Arrangem pleaded for a cessati
The formalism which, pleted with Daytona Beach, w
* ancient patina, has been v;i!,nah. Charleston and Columbia, of anti-Semiti.m.______
Most women lack a sense for
hematics ami anything that has
with figure: is '" them an
i. Still it is true, on
ther hand, that figures some-
time early and
v. rds, and
i; i- fur the sake '" -his clearness
m -- that I beg my Israel,
rs to bear with me today ( to the y"".'^ -,.,.. pa.
when I present th, tis- gpirltua| Bnd int i '" ,^ ter the musicians, with
of mankind, this we should guard two.hour concert and eight
and keep inviolate foi i ur descend-
ants, letting them never forget
Friday, August 10, p.,:;i
,alMed I Leaves 20,000 Marks for Relief of
Aryan Law \ictims.
BerlinA bequest of 20.000
t that hatred ",arks is ,rft ta thc wi" of lute
tjje Dr. Kurtzig, a Jewish physician, t,
provide relief for the victim. f
' the Aryan laws. This is the first
bequest of this nature recorded.
Bdvanc. persecutors of Israel."
olic prelate point
added to the original command- s (. chariotte, Winston-Salem
we may cherish as an orna- ^ Qreensboro, S. C.J Lynchburg,
ment or discard as inessential, hut
the that
but aagerstown, Md.; Sunbury,
law pa. Elmira, Auburn, Batavia,
- ,: and Niagara Falls, N.
which are sent fe- that [, was i Jew who has first ^.{. >ppear M part f
tween the ages Lrvstalized ethi< Rochester's centennial celebral
nl thirty, there is a binding moral law. K "" ____
figures.
I: th stat< reformat y at Bed
New York, a corrective
n to
delinquent
(f sixteen and
esent a pulation of
^k;; inmates. 0) 11 w inmnto -.
[i
In the sta
formerly at Auburn and now also
Bi : i : Hills, om
130 female criminals. Of -

v acts, will be honor gui
.;,-,.,. of 100 Of Miami
More Groups Help
J, C. Band
Faulhtoer Calls Hitler's
Purge Punishment for
Anti-Semitism
Kloml
MAYFAIR Theatre
Biacayne Blvd. at 16th
10c2 to 6:30
NOW SHOWING
George Arliss
THE HOUSE
OF ROTHSCHILD"
--------- MunichTh. death of the vic-
With than 1,200 member- timB 0f Hitler's recent blood purge
J.C.C. Boys' waa called God's punishment for
. Semiti8m ; a recent sermon
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total- I
2,51.....ten I i I the as! ia- ]
X n nsider th ilal
. state I New York. The ; fhc Miam; Ju, :llbcr i
- has appointed 10 men %
588....... P- -' c'f whom '" ..... Ja | I reach a }
. ta of 1,000 members and the j
Miami Beach Lions, under leader- s
ur Childers, W. C.
:.- and Harvey Robillard,
500 m mix rs I t
I i nts of the
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...
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