The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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wJewisti Florid tan
FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 5. 1934
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announcements
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fH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conservative)
139 N. W. Third Ave.
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
t .1 services begin at 5:45
The late- services will be-
ll | at 8 o'clock with Can-
in Woobel chanting, as-
id by the choir of the congre-
Rabbi Max Shapiro will
| "Our Jewish Center in
in-. I- It a Necessity?" Sat-
Price Five Cents
Self-Respect
What a travesty on one's .-dt'-
respect, some of our .lews played
upon themselves during the past
week. We had the pleasure of
printing a clear rut statement
from Mr. Charles M. Fisher, su-
printendenl of Public Education
for Dade County, regarding the
absence of children from school
because of the Jewish Holidays.
W i had the pleasun of printing an
orning services"begin "at !'peal from three "'' '""' local
Rabbis, and again an endorsement
their -land from another of
Mitzva. He will recite the jour respected Rabbis, urging Jew-
and then speak in Eng !; i ,.w;i\, L ..
, ,. >''' children .<- the holi-
wing which Rahln sha-
. ... ,. .. .,:.._ '' ys a- a matti r of self-n .
ij in
Manuel Serkin. the -on
1:. and Mrs. Men Sol kin. will
\\:ll address the Bar Mitzva.
But of course, some of our .lews
HGRKGATION HKTH JACOB;"""'' show their children how
(Orthodox) [American, hov independent of
Washington Are., Miami Beach
|VIH I. ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi
riday evening service- begin
| (lock. Saturday mom-
beg in at 8:30 and will
nted by Cantor Boris
in. Rabbi Rosenbloom '" 8e,f resPe '
ion i hej are, and 30 directed
ihem to go to Bchool. But at the
same time they certainly
.-tamped upon themselves the!
badge of disgrace that of lack-
in Yiddish on the por-
16 week.
IIAMI JEWISH 02TH0D0X
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
1545 8. W. Third Street
JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi
'ening service- begin at
k. Saturday morning
begin at 9. The Rabbi
briefly in Yiddish on
1 if the week. Mi IK ha
gin at 6 p. 111. and will
; by the Maariv service.
pil-l.E ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
N. i:. Nineteenth St.
VCOB II. KAPLAN, Rabbi
Friday night services
S 8:16 o'clock. Dr. Kap-
111011 will he 'What Sci-
Learned From Genesis."
school opens tin.- Sun-
ning with a full course of
m. We have three dc-
r primary, secondary and
nol. Children of the age
be entered in class one.
children who have been
1 I in Temple Israel in 1938
Vt hat a travesty going to
S} nagogue and Ten.pie on the
High Holidays, pledging them-
- -Ive- to their Creator to be hon-
1 and sincere and just a few
weeks later showing how unre-
liable they are.
Some of the teachers at the
schools, non-Jewish, asked us the
qi estion "Are these people
Frankly, we were at :i
loss to identify them Frankly,
W< don't know.
We think it is high time, once
foi all. to place these nondescripts
when they belong. It is for this
- that we heartily endorse
the suggestion of Rabbi Jacob H.
in contained in an open let-
ti r i" his colleagues, printed In
this issue of the Jewish Floridian,
that Jews applying for member-
ship in any Jewish organization
have their ethical conceptions,
tlair possession of self-respect or
a lack of it. inquired into.
May the time never come when
the pari nt- of these children,
who went to school during the
past holidays in defiance of their
own sell-respect, will he made to
An Open Letter
Sept. 28, 193-1.
To Rabbis Rosenbloom.
Shapiro and Washer,
Hear Colleagues:
I wish to express to you
publicly the great spiritual
|o) and soul satisfaction you
have given me by your hon-
orable and courageous stand
you lone taken when you state
over your signatures in last
week's Jewish Floridian that
you ill not confirm nor al-
low any child to become a Bar
Mitzvah in your congregation
miles- that child has the self-
respect to attend services on
the Festivals. The kind con-
sideration of the school hoard
in this cit} makes this observ-
ance of the Jewish Festivals
on the part of the Jewish child
a ver) easy matter.
I wish to assure you, my
(bar colleagues, that I shall
not accept into my confirma-
tion class, nor allow anyone
from your congregation! to
become 1 Bar Mitzvah in my
I i mple, if you refuse these
privileges because of the rea-
sons stated.
All I could wish for now is
that (he rabbis throughout the
country niiuht find some way
of insisting that an examina-
tion in ethical conduct he the
condition for entrance in any-
Jewish congregation.
.May God strengthen you and
bless you In your work.
Very sincerely,
(Signed) JACOB II. KAPLAN
Rabbi, Temple Israel.
Reception to
Honor Rabbi
The Ladies* Auxiliary and the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion will be hosts next Sunday
night, October 7, at a public re-
ception honoring' Rabbi and Mrs.
Julius Washer, whose marriage
was an event of recent weeks. A
brief formal program in which
all the rabbis of the Greater Miami
area will participate will be held,
and entertainment will be provid-
ed, including instrumental and
vocal numbers. Cantors Boris
s< hlachman, Nathan Wroobel and
Louis Hayman will he heard. Fol-
lowing the program refreshments
will be served. In the receiving
lini will be Rabbi and .Mrs. Julius
Washer and the following offi-
cers and committee: Mrs. Philip
Berkowitz, chairman, assisted by
Mesdames Nat Blumberg, Charles
Silver, Moses Pallott, George
Stone, Harry Shulnian, Tina Kot-
kin and Max Weinberger. Messrs.
Milton Weiner, II. M. Drevich,
Max Rappaport, Jos. Greenberg,
Philip Berkowitz, Nathan Adel-
inun, -Max Mintzer and Harry Seit-
lin are serving as a committee
from the Synagogue. The program
will begin promptly at B o'clock
and all friends of the Rabbi, the
Congregation and the public at
large are invited to attend the r. -
teption which will be held at the
Synagog, 1546 s. W. 3rd St.
Jewish News
Around the
World
Beth Jacob
Teachers Named
p
Kaplan will conduct this
I VII members of the con-
ic welcome to join
feel in their own lives that lack
may enter class 12,j ,.- respecl for themselves which
their training is thus fostering.
Beth Jacob Sunday school will
have the following staff of teach-
ers: Philip Liberman, superintend-
ent; Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom,
principal; .Mrs. Harry 7.. Silver-
man. Malvina Weiss, Bea Silver,
Hanna Mack. Al Mechlowitz, Mrs.
David I. Rosenbloom, Cantor Boris
Schlachman, musical director, and
Mrs. .1. Adler. pianist. Sessions
of tin- Sunday school and regis-
tration will begin at the Syna-
Sunday morning, October
7. at In o'clock.
PA I.ESI INK
The number of automobiles reg-
istered in 1933 was 6,126 as com-
pared with 4,:i8l in 1982. Be-
tween 1923 and 1933, the number of
automobiles registered increased
by 923 per cent. The Trans-
Jordan Agricultural Co.. Ltd.,
which will engage in the further-
ing of agricultural enterprise and
land development, has been reg-
istered in Amman. Trans-Jordan,
with a capita! of 5,....... Ap-
proximately 3,000 dunams of land
in twelve rural centers of the Ke-
rak district Of Trans-Jordan arc
to be sold at auction, due to the
inability of the owners to pay their
debt of 500 to a local bank. .
During the calendar year 1933,
Tel-Aviv's railway traffic amount-
ed to 121,871 tons incoming and
10,591 tons outgoing. Railway
passenger receipts were P22,364
win M-a- in 1932 only EP10.396 was
realized from the sale of tickets.
The Palestine Land Development
Company has re-elected its present
directors and officers and ha- de-
cided to pay a 6'i dividend; in-
creasi the reserve fund by P16,-
tion, issue i'I'100,000 secured de-
benture- and increase the share
' ca| ital from 6P80.OO0 to iTlOO,-
000. The Jewish Farmers Bank,
to begin operations shortly in the
field of agricultural mortgage
credit and general banking bus-
iness, has been registered with a
paid-up capital of 6P16.O00. .
Hadar Hacarmel has invested
EP16.000 to furnish the suburb
with an additional supply of water
fiom the Emek Zebulun, necessi-
tated by tin' rapid growth of the
Jewish population. ... At the end
ol 1933, there were 504 foreign
and local companies registered in
Palestine. 1 14 of which were regis-
tered during the past year. The
Orient Shipping Line Co., Ltd.,
Haifa, anounced that in addition
to the two 280-ton vessels which it
operates at present between Pal-
e-tine. Egypt, Syria and Cyprus,
it proposes to acquire two 500-ton
vessels for the same route. .
Nelli Shaff, Lillian Shaft', Hose The Jerusalem Development Co.
Dubler and Jeanette Spector. Can- hai been organized for the purpose.
Beth David
Names Staff
Announcement by the oft
of Beth David Congregation in-
clude the following Sunday school
taff: Rabbi Max Shapiro, prin-
cipal; Stanley C. Myers, superin-
tendent; Ida Engler, kindergarten;
second grade, Adele Segal; third
giade, Bede Goldenblank; Irene
Fair, pre-confirmation; Mrs. Har-
ry Oliphant, confirmation; Louis
lieiman, post-confirmation; teach-
er-' training class, Rabbi Max Sha-
piro. Louis Heiman will be in
charge of extra-curricular work.
Substitute teachers include: John
Kronefeld, Jeanette K font nfeld.
tor Kaminsky will act as the mu-
sical director of the religious
school.
Ular students, not as
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Biro-Bldjan Soviet Congress
To Meet
MOSi OWThe All-Biro-Bidjan
1 ongress, which is to elect
"lent for the autonomous
on, will mi et on Decent-
' Was announced here tO-
y.
Biro-Bidjan congress is to
an executive committee.
1 'rresponds to a cabinet,
the highest power in the
onious area. Chairman M.
"'' "' the temporary Biro-Bid-
fovernment will preside over
ongreaa.
1
Rich
>d i
Mono
Watch Next Week's Issue for a Complete Expose
of Newspaper Racketeering
LEARN
HOW Floridian Jews are tricked and Rabbis duped.
HOW Rabbis' endorsements are used to mislead the Jews of Florida.
HOW business and professional men are imposed on by false pleas in the
name of charily.
HOW the name of the Jewish community is used to fool non-Jews, and
Jewish holidays become the means of racketeering by irresponsible publi-
cations which come and go.
of acquiring land and engaging
in building activity in Palestine,
mainly in Jerusalem. Immi-
grants from Jidda have sel up at
lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll' Acre a modern steam laundry wih
machinery operated by electricity.
A great deal of trade comes from
Haifi. ... A Jew from Damascus
has transferred his factory for the
manufaucture of tiles to Acre.
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How to fill the need for chil-
dren's stories of Jewish interest is
I being considered today by the
3 Women's League of the United
SI Synagogue of America, following
gjthe first meeting of the Executive
Council held at the Jewish Theo-
= logical Seminary. At this meet-
5 ing, presided over by Mrs. Samuel
= Spiegel, national president, first
5 prize for the winning playlet of a
S contest was awarded to Mrs. Al-
E thea Osber Silberman of Hartford,
= Connecticut.


Page Two
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, October 5,

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Rabbi Max Shapiro will offi-
ciate at the wedding of Miss Mae
K -tnthal, the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. Rosenthal of this city,
to Mr. Arnold Cohen, son of Mr.
Mrs. M. Cohen of Tampa, Fla.,
Sunday, October 7, at ~> p. m. at
the home of the bride's parents,
i llowing the ceremony a recep-
for the immediate members
Ol I:h. family will be held. The
couple will leave for a brief honey-
n trip and will make their
home at Vero Beach, where the
gioom is engaged in business.
V
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
n wen host* to the children
ot its Sunday school at a S
last Sunday afternoon, and
a Simchas Torah party Mon-
night at the Synagogue. Can-
and cakes were given
the children Sunday, and candies
and Simchas Torah flags n
n the children on Monday
M nday night, cake, wine,
fruits and drink- were served to
the adult members if thi
gation in celebrati n f S n has
l rah, and Tuei I rning all
ed a buf-
fet luncheon in the vestry rooms
of the Synagogue, following the

The fir : meeting of Emunai
1 iptei K. S., sini e the sum-
n will be held at th
ttisl Rite Temple n Thursday
evening. October 11. Al] East t
Stars are invited to attend. This
will mark the eighth birthday an-
niversary of the organizati in of
the chapter. Mrs. Lena Simon is
H rthy Matron and Mr. Al Bach-
ei Worthy Patron of the cha;
*
Mr. and Mr-. Sol Schwartz.
lents Miami, an-
nounce the engagement of their
- Mr. Arthur P..
Schwartz, son of Mr. and Mrs. .1.
W. Schwartz of Chicago. Miss
Schwartz is a popular member of
the younger Jewish set of this
area, and a graduate of Miami
High School, and active in the
work of the Junior Council. Mr.
Schwartz is an attorney practic-
ing :n Chicago. The wedding will
laki place in the early fall.

Mr. Louis Kellman of New York
is spending a brief vacation in
Miami as the guest of his brother
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Murray Kellman.
* w
The Miami Chapter of Junior
Hadassah will open its winter pro-
gram with a formal bridge and
ion at the Robert Clay Ho-
tel, Dallas Park, on Monday eve-
ning, October 15, Bt 'clock. A
music, readings and
ng been prepared. Guests
will be welcomed by the president.
Miss Hannah Mack, and Miss
B li Goldenblank. chairman of ar-
1 will be awar 1-
ed for high si

The enth f a
irties r the I. lyalty Club
unah Chapter will be held at
the home of the hostess. Mrs. N'a-
Adelman, 142 X. \V. 1st
We Ines lay evi ning, October
grinning at 8 o'clock. Pr tei
will be awarded f r h g\
efreshments will he served.
tend.

A ipe al board meeting of the
Womei
will be held at the home of Miss
Mannis, IS. "''. 9th ave.,
:. Tues la} vening, Octol
at i All mem-
irged t attend, as lm-
will be trans-
acted.

Mr-. Nat Gol Iman and
tors '' luring thi part
week.
*
Bur dines
Cavendale Chiffons
sheer and
shadowless
89c
Hold them to the light
. not a shadow mars
their pure silk clearness.
Runstop tops add dura-
bility. S zee *'_. to 10>/2.
Fall shades.
STKKhT ILOOB
Bl'BDINI
Mr. Philip Berkowitz left by
boat for New York last Saturday
on a combined business and pleas-
ure trip.
*
Mrs. Sidney Pepper and daugh-
tei Jessica Beverly of West Palm
Beach arc in Miami for about n
month and are visiting her aunt
and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Max Hoff-
man, and her parents-in-law. Mr.
and Mrs. A. Pepper.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Perlman are
being congratulated on the birth
of a baby daughter last Thursday
morning at the Victoria Hospital.
Mother and baby are resting nice-
ly. The baby was named Aylvia
Ruth at a ceremony in the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation at
the Simchas Torah services. Fol-
ding the services the maternal
grandfather. Mr. S. Safanowitz,
ll .: Kiddush to the wor-
shippers.
* -
An important meeting of the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami
Orthodox Congregation
will be held at the Synagogue next
Tuesday evening. October '.'th, be-
ginning at 8 p. m. All members are
a- plans for the
coming activities will be

Mrs. Harry Oliphant is chair-
man of the dance committee ar-
g :' r the dance of the Beth
David Sisterhood to be held at
Carter's Pier, Miami Beach, on
Wednesday, October 10th. In
charge of the sale of tickets are
M< -. Jack Pallott and William
an. Also assisting are Mrs.
H. Kandel and Mr. and Mrs. Ja k
August. Three floor shows and
program of entertainment
will Ik- provided for the guests.1
All are urged to attend, as the
proceeds win be devoted to the
Talmud Torah fund of the con-
gregation.

!: g stration for the Sunday
School and Talmud Torah of the
Orthodox Congre-
gation will be held Sunday morn-
ing. October Tth, at the Syna-
Talmud Torah sessions be-
last Wednesday afternoon,
II continue for
thi til Zt week.
of the Sunday
] i id Toi ih :' Bi th
1 Copi -.. Miami B

nro ..>
'
f Mr.
!;' Si kin, ng-time
' Miami, will b< Bar
ly morning at serv-
Bei

to their friend- and
tion in
h< Talmud T irah Mall.

Mr. and Mr.-. Harry Markowitz
m Mrs. Dora Cohen, the mother
ol Mrs. Markowitz, left la-'
! tion ti if about a
: They Safety Har-
Fla., and will vi-it [nd
- bid., Chicago, 111., and will
d the wedding of Rabbi
if Beth David Con-
which will take place
Ohio. Mr. Markowitz
Beth David Co.
.on.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will leave
Sunday night for Toledo. Ohio,
where bis marriage to Mis- Rose
Beck of that city will 1m- solem-
nized on October 14. Among those
who are expected to attend are
Mr. and Mrs. Harry .Markowitz of
Miami. The rabbi and his bride
will return to Miami the latter
part of this month.
*
The Miami Chapter of Senior
I Hadassah will hold its first meet-
ing of the current Season Monday,
October 8, at the home of Mrs. I.
Wolkowsky. 848 N. E. 21st st.,
when an interesting program will
be presented. All members and
friends id' Hadas-ah are urged to
attend.
Members of Beth David Choir
who will assist the cantor during
the late Friday night services in-
clude Mesdames Charles Marko-
witz, Ed Friedman, Wm. Wcin-
traub, Jack Stone, Barney Kraft.
S. Rubinstein and th,- Misses Ros-
aiyn Bader and Ix-na Friedland.
* *
Mrs. Jos. N. Morris will be host-
at a benefit bridge for the
Jewish Welfare Bureau at the New
Englander Inn, 12th St. and Wash-
ington ave., Miami Beach, on
Tuesday, October 10. at 12:30 p.
m. A very enjoyable afternoon
is promised and all are urged to
atti nd. The proceeds will be used
for the relief of the needy wards
of the organization. This Is the
first event of the season.
Cantor Boris Schlachman was
thi. guest speaker at the meeting
of the Young Men's Hebrew Asso-
ciation Wednesday night when im-
portant business was discussed.
Announcement was made that the
third annual dance of tin organ!.
cation will be held at the Miami
Beach Golf and Country Club on
Thursday evening, Nov. nbar 8
when a gala program of inter!
tainment will be present!,;. Com.
mittees are now soliciting i.e sup.
port of Miami Jewry to aid in
raising funds through thi for the erection of a home for the
organization. Mr. Al !.. Pallott
in charge of the program, reports
favorable and enthusiastic sup-
port of most of the communal
leaders of the community.
Bascketball practice will con-
tinue at Flamingo Park Sunday
afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Charles Gottlieb of New York is
presenting the well known Yid-
dish actor, Joe Kaminsky, and his
company in one of the latest hits
of the Yiddish stage. Dr. Jakabe'l
four-act melodrama, "Hitler'. Ua-
polo," Sunday night, ( I
at Beth David Talmud Torah Hall,
beginning at 8:30 o'clock. Admis-
sion will be only fifty cents for
adults and twenty-five cent- fur
children. Joe Kaminsky one of
the most popular actors who have
appeared locally and is one uf
Miami's Yiddish favorite-, always
drawing a large audience whenever
he plays. Assisting Mr. Kaminsky
will be the company from Niw
York, including Samuel Baum, Lil-
lian Sherman, Harry Greenberg,
Josef Rosenthal, Morris Schalet,
Diana Margolian, Al Himevitz.
Music for the play has k-en ar-
ranged by Cantor Kaminsky. The
play is replete with musical num-
bi is and depicts Jewish life at the
present time in Germany.
For Awnings call Kraft
Miami Awning Co. Phone 2-OMO
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Friday. October '' l!,:!1
THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
p| gl.lSIIED RVERT FRIDAY
l.j Hi"
,.,:., KI.OKID1AN I'l'lil.lSlll.Nr; CO.
1'. 0. Box 2971
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
aiimi. Florida
Phone 2-1183
KDITORIAI. OFFICES 1
121 H. M "lh A>*nu* I'hoat Mil;
j I or IS SHOCHBT, Editor
ntID 8H0CHU, Circulation Manarcr
, AM IR BORIS SCHLAGHMAN,
Field Representative
M iocond rlnaa matter July 4.
3I ,-. > -' Offlc* at Miami, Florida,
andir lh Act ..f March 8, 1X79.
EST PALM BEACH
SAMUEL SCHUTZER
Representative
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN
Representative
ORLANDO
[RENE BRAVERMAN
Representative
TAMPA, FLA.
MRS. M. H. KISLER
Representative
WEST FLORIDA
BUSINESS AGENT
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1200 Central Ave.
Tampa, Fla.
M.nlk.
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SI IISIRII'TION
Silt
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Vol. 7No. in
FRIDAY, OCTOBER ".. 1934
Nazi Press
ensorship in Germany is
Ii nl of its ability to con-
that it does no; hesi-
ropagandize the wildest
h< truth shall not pas -."
"-an of the Goebbels' out-
B 100 per cent Aryan.
n, is charged with the
of Lindbergh's baby, the
- implies that Haupt
u Jew, stressing the fact
lived in the Bronx, "the
neighborhood of New
us, in this countrj. -
.. distortion of fad appeal -
of stupidity, as it can-
i hold water longer than
n. In Naziland, how-
luptmann will be labeled a
i icty million G< rmans
eve it.
b"aer, before his fight with
i .. was qualified as
in the Nazi press. After
5 over Schmeling he was
transformed in the col-
' the Hitler papers to a
American. There is no
e corruption of the Ger-
under tin. Hitler regime-
Lindbergh case, however,
sheets have overreached
es. Herr Bruno Richard
"in happens to be a mem
Nazi organization in
' even if he did live in
A.
1 ed to
.vie-
edcampai,
' '" ,""' ",: :' n the part
' e be-
I in, -..
?hbor-
hood. .1,,
ubjeeted
German ihildrr
Jewi iality" when the
A poinl :.:, be. n where
in thr .. .. ,
. no
longer sal I
'""' (-'hildl with Nazi
hates' Thl :' pula-
tion i
lax !1 ; hut
thi i'om K
infor' ,; guard-
ing Jewish homes and plac.
businr I months Jewish or-
and leadi n talk-
ing about the *\azi n
America, h is no loi gi a I
It i- a reality.
Tampa Notes
Mrs. Sam I kaitc and daugl
have n t irned after a visit of two
weeks in Atlanta, Ga. While there
Irs. ( haitc i en-
he former
Irene 1 I Atlanta, Ga.
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Orlando Notes
Funeral services for the late Mr.
B. II. Berkman were held Sunday
morning. Pallbearers were: Mr.
M. Levine, I. Friedman, B. Solo-
M. Wittenstcin, Ben Sigal, B.
Mr. II. Roth is in New York on
buying trip.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Ilalper enter-
tained for their sen. Erwin, last
wi i k, celebrating his fifth birth-
day anniversary. Refreshments
i < : attractively to the
and a number of games
Phil I'.i rger left recently for a
trip ninth.
A meeting of Orlando Lodge
1043 was held October 2 in the
rooms nl" the Cong. Ohev
Sholem. In the absence of the
president, Mr. B. .1. Cohen, Vice-
l( n: M. M. Sigal presided.
Mrs. II. Margolis of Tampa is
g Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Green-
Mrs. Margolis is the moth-
er of Mrs. Greenberg.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Baker and
daughters, Dorothy and Lucille,
and Beatrice Lieberman spent
Sunday in Daytona,
Mrs. M. II. Ki-iei has returned
. i Tampa aft. r a visit of two
month ii if her par-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. S. Mellingcr
of Brooklyn, N. Y.; a sister, Mrs.
I. J. Ka and another sister,
Mrs. L. Solomon of Westerly, K.
I. H hile on hei trip Mrs. Kistler
visited in Providence, R. I., her
r home, and all the New
and states. Mrs. Kislr i
ii in. : M -- Rosi Mellinger
if Providence, R. I.
Mr. Ben Coh< n of Philadelphia,
and a prominent fruit buyer-, has
returned to Orlando for the sea-
son.
Mr. N. Gabel, also of Philadel-
phia, has taken up residence at
Angebilt Hotel, representing
thr northern fruit buyers.
Mrs. Louis Baum is convalesc-
ing at the Grover Cleveland Hotel
in New York.
Nazism in
New York
Mrs. Jacob Wittner and
have returned after spending the
Hendersonvilli N. ('.
Mr. and Mrs. Isidon I
\:\y. are occupying their new :
.ii I enth st., which was
n few weeks ago.
Oi utstanding wed-
of the season was thr mar-
i iage of Miss Lr na Stein, d
: Mrs. David Sti in,
and Mr. Milton S. I..iw, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Lew, which was an event
Mih. The marriage i iok
place at the homi of Mr. and Mrs.
D. Stein and was followed by a
iery brilliant reception at the
I ;, Ten-are Hotel. Mr. and
,; M. S. I., w left later in the
evening on a trip to New York
and will visit other cities in
ast. When thi n they
will make their home in St. Pi
burg, Fla.
Miss Naomi Henry, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. A. Henry, returned
from New York, where she has
' en studying music all .summer.
Mrs. Nabin of Jacksonville is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. I.
I., i ker.
George Wolly is better now
nfter being ill for some time.
Detroit's Aged Given Surprise
Liquor Gifl
The Ladies' Auxiliary of Ro-
Sholom Temple held their
regular monthly meeting in the
the Temple Thurs-j
. 11 ... i i. al
tim plan- were made for all fall
Mrs. Sam Chaite and
Mrs. M. I1 K were hosl
afternoon.
DETROIT. Faced with the vcx-
problem of getting rid of a
Ii ad of confiscated liquor, George
F. Carroll, manager of the Detroit
branch of the -tate liquor control
commission, happening to recall
thai his Jewish friends often spoke
of "kiddush," hit upon a happy
i lea, and today the inmates of the
Jewish Old Folks Home of Detroit
arc enjoying Borne forty-eight bot-
H, of inn proof stuff.
Thr club has become a department
of thi Y. M. II. A.
American Jewry de
and protests Nazi pi
Jews m Germany, brown The fomer Dukes Club held a
hi- country have boldly icorganization meeting Tuesday
ted Hitlerite method- I rent I. Rodoph Sholom
>n of New ork, where I adopted the name of M. I>., a
waging what amount- to
'I Bgainsl the Jewish pop-
thi
, which will be spoll-
; by Rabbi Adolph Berger.

"" Yorkville.
" was th
a "German
e seen, of ,, mass
of anti-Semitic vandalism
'ew" wai cut into the plat.
The following officers
,!: h. Weintraub, president!
,\l. Cordon, vice-presidenl i A. Ro
cfarb, secretary and treasurer,
Services at Cong. Rodoph Sho-
lom will begin at s p. m. with a
sermon by Rabbi Adolph Berger,
who will preach on "The Story of
Creation."
The
GLOOM
CHASER
KI>IHIIIIIIIi Stone newspapers r>,()00 years
old were lately dun up by archae-
ologists in Asia. An adage of
that period ran, "People who live
in glass houses should never let
a newsboy throw the Sunday edi-
tion on the front porch."
JonesIf I get you a customer
will I get a commission?
Auto AgentSure!
Jones All right. The chap I
sold my car to yesterday will be
wanting a new one in about two
day.-.
When a man has real troubles
he keeps them to himself.
If a man is able to stand abusi
ne is able to stand prosperity.
No man can accomplish any-
thing great who doesn't begin on
a small scale.
Only a strong-minded woman
can preserve fruit and her tem-
pi! simultaneously.
If men had the courage of their
convictions there would be more
convicts.
When a man marries for money
it's equivalent to an admission on
his part that he couldn't get it any
other way.
\i j. 11. Cracowaner and her
daughter, Miss Charlotte Craco-
waner, have retimed to their home,
210 East Park avenue, from a va-
cation trip of three months to Can-
ada and New York.
* ndows of oo Jewish-owned md J. Holli.ter, sergeant-at-arms.
At Temple Schaarel Zcdek Rab-
Zielonka will preach tonight on
-What Is in a Name?"
FelixHow about going to a
dance tonight?
FannieThat's all right with
me.
Felix I'm crazy about the Cari-
oca, aren't you?
FannieOh, I dunno; all auto-
mobiles are good these days.
Something helpful for the wife
is a new government brochuri on
"Fifty Way.- of Serving Shrimp."
n case he has been complaining.
An escaped circus lion in Rich-
mond was caught in the maelstrom
of downtown traffic. Someone
will hear from the humane soci-
et ii for this.
I nie thing the intelligent parent
ibserves in the course of the years
is that taupe upholstery in a car
matches a chocolate ice cream
cone.
It takes a very conscious man
to enjoy his work when the pay is
small.
A theory that has neither faith
nor- trust in its foundation doesn't
amount to very much.
Many a man gets a reputation
for- being goori Matured because he
is too timid to stand up for his
rights.
A man will never acquire a for-
tune Unless he is proof agains'
buying useless things because
they are cheap.
Six-year-old Mortimer went to
Saturday morning services one
week with his grandmother. When
he got home his fond grandfather
asked his grandson if he had un-
der.-tooil the rabbi's sermon.
"Sure I did," Mortimer replied
cockily. "It tol,| about a man
named F.sau. I learned about him
in school. II,. was the man who
wrot, those fables, but teacher
never told me that he had sold
his copyright for a mass of pot-
ash."
I do not know why folk remark.
"I'm feeling blue today";
It seem.- to me more fitting far
To gay, "I'm feeling gray."
So many lovely things are blue,
And gray is such a somber hue.
The gentians and forget-me-nots
Are bit- of fallen sky;
The chatting bluebirds and the
jays
Call out to passers-by,
And sleeping waters steal the hue
Of summer heavens calm and blue.
A morning moon is wan and gray,
And gray the winter sky
A- mists along a lonely beach
Where sullen waves wash high,
And hearths where love no longer
gleams
Are cold and gray as faded dreams.
A habit is an iron chain,
From which to break away;
Yet I maintain when folk are sad,
They're really feeling gray.
So many lovely things are blue.
And gray is such a somber hue.
I always liked men debonair
You have a cold and distant air.
For me eyes should be soft and
brown,
While yours are gray anil often
frown.
There was a time my nerves were
tried
If any man was dignified;
For men who made appeal to me
wire frivolous to a degree.
But all the traits I have admired,
Anil all the men I have desired
I'd put aside anil marry you
If you'd unbend and ask me do.
Uncle Titus WaddeAnd so
I've decided to spend my declin-
ing year- visiting round among my
kinfolk.
Mr. LongsufferWhere do you
get that "declining" stuff? I've
offered you a second helping to
everything on the table and I
haven't heard you decline yet.
It doesn't tire a girl to dance
until the morning after.
An easy beginning doesn't al-
wayi justify the finish.
When a sculptor makes a cast
he is either fishing for fame or
money.
The rest microbe is responsible
for a lot of laziness.
A bill collecting agency says it
obtains unusually good results
with dunning letters written in
rhyme. My own response would
be -imply a printed slip, saying,
"The return of a manuscript is no
reflection upon its literary merit."
A syndicate writer on good
grammar says politics is singular.
He will never rank with Columbus
as a discoverer.
Her HusbandDidn't I see you
coming out of the 10-cent store?
Mrs. Twitter Yes, dear; I was
in pricing things.
In the future the crew might
take along one passenger to the
lifeboat to indicate that the line
is doing a little business.


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T.IK JEWISH Fl.OKIDIAN
Friday, October 5, 1934
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Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
Founder and Director. Radio Synaifu-g of America
SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI, FLORIDA
Vol. IV. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER SO, 1984 No. 12
"Queer Concepts of Religion"
Scripture Reading, Isaiah, Chapter V, Veraea 8, 18-28, Inclusive.
I believe thai the destructive influence which is mainly respon-
sible for the decay of the religious structure is faulty teachings. By
that I mean not BO much hail religious policies, some of which do exist
as evidence of man's effort to inject himself and his thoughts into the
body of religion hut. more BO, faulty and misleading interpretations
Of verses found in Scripture. This Condition leads to i|Ueer concepts
of religion in the mind- of those who would otherwise have been sat-
isfied to follow the Straight and narrow path. But, since these per-
sons t'ind that a verse of Scripture may Ik- distorted, turn from its con-
text, and interpreted to permit one to "call evil good, and good evil;
to put darkness tor light, and light for darkness ." they resort to
that medium to justify their iniquitous acts.
In the Yiddish we have an expression that one "is to God and to
man"'- t/u Gotl un t/.u leiten implying that it is possible to be fair
to one or the otheror, to neither. It is tin meritorious thine; to be
honest with Ixith God and man. In the New Testament we find the
verse, "Mender therefore unto Caesar the things which are Caesar's;
and unto God the things that are God's." This likewise is commonly
accepted to mean that one has two separate, distinct, and unrelated
duties to render unto Caesar, unto his fcllownicn. to his government,
and also to render" certain duties and obligations unto God. From this
point it appears easy to reason that one may i>c loyal to God and
may neglect his other duties without, in the least, hurting his prestige
with God. It follow.-, some reason, that man has two separate Bets
of laws. In the Hebrew they are spoken of as "Ik-in (Mom laMokome"
and "Bein Odoni lachaveiro" between man and God, and between
man and his comrade.
Since the law is thus divii >le, ne may select to observe either
group and ignore without impairing his relationship with
the one that i- slighted. Those who hold this queer and erroneous
belief go further and select the one s< t of precepts that require the
least personal G expects us to pray and
to worship Him. That'- easy, Hut. our relationship with oar brother-
demands honest dealings, justice, helpfulness. That hinders the free
and easj acquisition of wealth. It makes it difficult to transact busi-
ness. Ergo, it follows, that wi must neglect that phase of religious
teachings, for our own personal and selfish good, and yet we do not
imperil our standing with God, smce wi "lender unto Cod the things
that are God's."
Hence We find a class of men of whom it is said:
"He goes to church on Sunday
And passes around the contribution box,
But if you see him in his office Monday
He is sly atul cunninK as a fox.
tin Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday. Saturday,
He's robbing everybody that hi' can;
But he goes to church on Sunday
So they say that he's an honest man."'
And it holds good for those who go to synagogue on Saturday,
and rob and cheat all the other day- of the week. They feel that they
are rendering unto God. What else would you expect <>f them? Like
BrutUS they "'are honorable men."
I've met that type and you have encountered them, too. They
often, all too often, pose a- '.he leading citizens of the community,
church and synagogue official-, the prominent and shining lights of
the city. Yes, and '.hen you read that federal relief funds have been
misappropriated by these "honest" men. You learn that the needy
and the destitute have beei ed by these who are so enthusiastically
engaged in serving Cod as Isaiah described them, "Thy prince.- are
rebellious and companions of thieve-; everyone loveth gifts, and fol-
loweth after rewards; they .iu cause of the widow come unto them."
What queer concepts of religion som< do possess! What strange
and hideous distortions have taken place since the Divine Trainings
first win- revealed to man! What little progress ha< been made' in
the effort te> wean roan from his beastly habit-! How rapidly he
manages to devise ways and means fen- avoiding the responsibilities
of his earthly lot!
He prefers tee live utzu Gott," 11, "render unto God" his vain and
insincere lip worship. But, a- te> living "tzu leiten-" to "render unto
Caesar," t. live- in accordance with the law- governing hi- conduct
towards his fellowmen; law.- of honor, justice, righteousness, truth,
co-operation, wlf-sae rifice for the good of all of those he will have
naught. He feels it sufficient for him to win Ceid's favor through
bribes and flattery.
What man doe-.- not know, what he- fails to recognize, what he
chooses to ignore, is the- religious principle- that there is no division of
responsibility, no twofold law. no half-tablets ..f the Decalogue which
are- removable-, no distinction be-twe-e-n Coil a- Cod and between the
God in man. Every rule e,f conduct towards our brothers is a Divine
Law. Failure- to observe it i.- a breach of law which effects our rela-
tie.nship towards God. Every misdeed which harms a neighbor erects
tt partitiem between US and God. It become! an almost insurmountable
barrier with the adelition e,f subsequent Wrongs elone to our cemirades.
There is m. worship of Cod fe.r those who deny Hi- very existence by
iKnorinir His teachings.
Some there an- who are- not naturally vicious, avancmus, or hard-
hearted. They leave- absorbed a fals- concept e>f religion. They place
Cod above- man. Their daily devotional periods must not be- Inter-
rupted by man and his petty needs. That may sound noble, but, he-re-
i. an example- e,f its extreme fallacy. A man engaged in prayer hears
cries of "Help! Help!" He glances out through the window. Just a
surreptitious look. He sees a human being drowning in the brook
which runs past his own house-. But hi is communing with God. ho,
he decides to wait until his prayers have all been recited before he
will venture- forth to gee if h,- can be ,f any assistance to his drowning
neighbor. Don't laugh! That's ,. joke. It's no exaggeration. It is
an examnle of II..' stupidity with which some self-styled "relnr.ous
people have been endowed. Will you blame God for such people .' < an
you justly blame- religion?
But, the number of such feeble-minded fanatics is small, uur
greatest problem is the class of willful wrongdoers whe, hide behind
a smoke sere,,, of piety. What -or. of folly is it that seeks to blind
others as it has blinded itself.' Do these hypocrites believe that the
rest of the community fall- for their sham and desecration of the
He.lv Name? Do they think themselves capable of fooling God? I hen
can be but one answer. They do not believe in God. They violate all
law- of decency towards man. because they an- gods unto themselves.
Th. v fear no punishment; they dread no retribution, because they eh,
not believe that there- :- a God. Their inte-r.-st a.iel active participation
in church and synagogue affairs i.- just on.' safe way ,.f misleading
th,- masses. The cloak of religion ami the- flag-waving of patriotism
hav, hidden more scoundrels ami blackguards under their fe.lds than
have ever been suspected by the- gullible public win. rallied to the
calls of the-se- liespe.iler- of the public, these embezzlers of feileral
funds, and the professional reformers ami uplifters.
Beware- of these pious ones who conceal their impurity in the
fear of (Joel. They no more fear Cod than they do the devil. They
don't fear the- ele-vil because they serve him toe. faithfully to incur his
displeasure. Toe. long has the- Bynagogue ami the church been shunneel
by honest man ami women l.e-eau-e- th.- stigma of hypocrisy was at-
tached to affiliation with a religious organization. The -ine-e-n- work-
ers were- repelled by the' presence e.f the cheat anil the- fraud, the
slanderer ami the- defamer e.f character, tin- loan -hark ami the money
changer, tin- exploiter and the oppressor, who were always "more
religious than the- Pope" in order to cover up their disgraceful and
corrupt actions.
Yes. there- an- queer concepts of religion, but, none more damag-
ing to the- place of organized religion in the community than the im-
pulse- to serve- Cod. while trampling on man for, Coil i- the essential
nucleus of religion. That is as false as it is queer. Only a disea ed
anil diste.rte-,1 mind can conceive of that, del has placed man first.
At times He- eliminates Himself entirely.
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Ot the
movies:
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08
Th(. icture of life '> a K"t
modern hospital is one that has
been painted again and again on

screen, so that the
beer phenomena of hospital ac-
Ijvity a: no longer secrets to any-
(iIU, I,, "Men in White," the new
Hetro-Goldwyn-Mayer film co~
^grring Clark Gable and Hyrna
|(1y, coming to the Tivoli Thea-
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,wh detail, hut only as an illus-
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Clark Gable appears as Dr. Fer-
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interne who realizes all the obli-
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y girl (played by Myr-
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Ironically, and unfortunately, it
vi ry talent and promise as
a surgeon which brings about an
. for the surgeon under
whom he is working (a role taken
. Jean Hersholt) objects Btren-
- taking any time out
from the studies which will take
and years before he can
call himself a good surgeon. Out
if all this conflict grows an inv
realization about Bacri-
'! devotion to the cause of
for humanity's ills.
Eleven different rhythms from
Ihe F*n nch and Spanish tangos
>yA the Cuban rhumba form a sav-
mnd for the new dance,
"Rafter ." which George Raft in-
in his I'aramount star-
ire, "Bolero." coming
Sunday to the 7th Avenue
itre.
. though its rhythmic
ire entirely new in the
World, introduces a variety
* ne* steps. It is said, however,
simple enough to he danced
* the average ball room dancer.
In the picture, which gWes Haft
opportunity to dance for
idiences, Carole Lombard,
,a|-v Rand, the Kan Dancer, and
Drake have featured
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Five
-hall be established. Sin is to be
ended through the conversion and
Balvation of all sinners, who aie
to come ultimately into holiness
and perfection. This is to he clone
by Jesus Christ, whose function it
is to bring man into harmony with
God,
Q. Does the Catholic bishop
have the power to determine the
validity of a marriage, or must all
:cases be presented before the pope?
A. The Catholic Universe Bul-
letin of Cleveland /answers this
question as follows: If there are
any matrimonial cases in the dio-
cese they are decided by the bish-
op. Only such as are of a pecu-
liar kind or offer special difficul-
ties are sent to Rome, where they
an derided hy a court which is
'ailed "Rota." If the parties so
choose they may be represented
by proxy at this court.
'II8S BESSIF LEVITT
Popular in Miami's Younger Jew-
ish Set. Who Is Attending Art
School in New York.
Intermyer Score- Secretary Hull's
Pronouncement A gains!
the Boycott
(Continued from last week)
now deprecates, because of Ger-
many's destruction of organized
labor at tin' behest of its indus-
trial barons, who have reduced its
standard- to semi-starvation, hut
the same boycott has Keen declared
and is being enforced by the Brit-
ish Trades Union Congress
ti roughoul Great Britain, by the
Scandinavian, Dutch, Belgian,
french anil other countries' trades
unions and has been ratified by
the International Federation of
Trade- Unions with a member-
ship of 17,000,000 workers. Per-
haps these bodies do not know
what is best for their respective
countries as well a.- does Mr. Hull.
"It may also interest Mr. Hull
to know that a Non-sectarian In-
ternational Conference is in the
process of formation and will
-hoitly he held in a European city
to further promote the world boy-
cott of German goods.
"If this astounding announce-
ment is part of a trade negotia-
tion with will find that he has misinterpret-
ed the temper of this country,
which wants no more 'scraps of
paper' from that benighted coun-
try, so long a- it remains enslaved
under the iron heel of it- cruel
dicta
Q. Can the Jews still excom-
municate heretics?
A. The power of excommuni-
cation, known in Hebrew as He-
rein, was formerly vested in Jew-
ish ecclesiastical courts or in note!
Bcholars whose opinions had
gained considerable authority. The
ban was pronounced for a variety
of cause- ranging from that of
insulting a learned man to thai
of profaning the name of Cod. The
period of the han ranged from one
day to the lifetime of the excom-
municant. The most famous case
of its use was that in which a
court of rabbis in Amsterdam pro-
nounced the han on Baruch Spi-
noza for his alleged heretical
teachings.
i)f late the Herein has fallen
into disuse mainly because the au-
tonomous conditions of Jewish life
which made any ban ineffective,
and also because there is no single
scholar or group of scholars who
maintain any extensive authority
over Jews outside of their imme-
diate surroundings.
Q. Is Bolshevism a Jewish
movement?
A No. Some Jews have heen
active in the Bolshevist movement
and because Jews were oppressed
in Russia, often Jews were found
in revolutionary movements. But
the leaders of the Bolshevist
movement who were non-Jews far
and away outnumbered the Jews.
Probably the reason why the im-
pression has become widespread
that Jews are Bolshevists is due
to two facts: 1, the propaganda
of anti-Semitism; 2, when the Bol-
shevists assumed power in Rus-
sia and were developing the ma-
chinery of their regime, they
found among Jews a greater
trained intelligence and so placed
many Jews in subsidiary positions
of responsibility. This gave rise-
to the belief that the movement
was dominantly Jewish.
Insofar as communist activity in
the United States is concerned the
American Hebrew recently pub-
lished the results of an investiga-
tion it has been making concern-
!ng the common assertion that a
large part of our communist
movement is Jewish. According
to this investigation, less than
three per cent of American com-
munists arc Jews. Moreover, the
survey shows that out of two mil-
lion Jews in New York City there:
are only two thousand enrolled in
the communist party. It is also
pointed out that the outstanding
leaders of the party in this coun-
try, such as Karl Browder, Clar-
ence Hathaway and William Z.
Foster, are all non-Jewish.
Q. Is there a trend towards
Protestant church unity at the
present time?
A. A survey hy the Institute
of Social and Religious Research
I finds that two-thirds of the clergy
and laity favor some form of
Christian unity and that the Fed-
eral Council of the Churches of
] Christ represent a natural way of
(Continued on Page G)
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Q. What is a Eucharistic Con-
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, October 5, i93l
West Palm Beach
Rabbi Isser W. Muskat of Beth
K1 Congregation left for New
York for a short business trip.
He will return to the city on No-
vember 11 to resume his duties
with the congregation.
George Greenberg and Harry
Goodmark left for Gainesville to
continue their studies at the Uni-
versity of Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sneider, res-
identt and active workers of the
community for the past nine years,
have left to make their home in
Miami.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Wachsman left
for :. two weeks' business trip to
New York.
The Junior Workmen's Circle
met at the home of Bernice
Schutzer Wednesday, when all
members attended. A hunv
ate "ii Evei y Family Should
Have a Picture A was en-
joyed. E\ i lyn Jacobs
, : the affii mal iv< and M' i
Weinei the n< gativi.
p.tiv won. A
St. Petersburg
Services are being held every
Friday evening at 8 o'clock at
Congregation B'nai Israel, '."21 !)th
St. N., conducted by Rabbi A. S. !
Kleinfeld. The subject for this \
Friday evening is "Creation and
Religion."
"Simchas Torah" celebration
was marked by a party at the
Synagogue following the services.
The ladies of the Auxiliary were
hosteseses of the evening and
served refreshments, also present-
ed cub child of the choir with a
lovely gift.
The Ladies" Auxiliary and Aid
Society of Congregation B'nai Is-
rael held their regular meeting last
ay evening. Nomination of
II take place at the next
regular meeting, which occurs on
October 16. The Ladies' Auxiliary
B card party on Sun-
. I October 1 I, with Mrs.
\. Siei k< -e as hostess. A huge
ance expected.
Tin;. Beth 1
01
11 Carl N. lie: a
..
Quart)
\. S. Kleinfeld will ad-
l urn in William- Park
n ion at I o'clock.
II be "The Jew a- a
. :i Contribution to
QUESTIONS AND
VNSWERS
dueled by at
of Ra
: :
met "..
r Hoi 5 G teii
: the
i ni:
- I
g, Octol
At this
I
al Jewry
will I

betwi i :. < Hi-. e and 1 lixie, at
Canal. All i
Fi Pagi I
inity. The Uni-
in Council of Life
und \\ Geneva reveals the
!. I >enominational merg-
es, the latest being that
-. Ladies of Beth El Sis-
in charge of ticket
I". Carl N. Herman, Rabbi of
I Ti mple, delivered an
last Sunday
al : Kettler Theatre
B Men's Bible
1 "Who Are the Fnemies
BOY SCOUT NEWS
Troop l>
The regular meeting Thursday
night opened with inspection, fol-
lowed by the presentation of the
colors and pledge to the flag. Pa-
trol meeting then followed with at-
tendance being checked and dues
collected. Starting at the last
muting and continuing until the
American Legion Convention ele-
mentary first aid is being reviewed
in preparation for that event. A
business meeting in the Scout
room followed, being opened with
the Scout oath. The bulletin was
read by Mr. Lefkowitr, after
which final plans were made for
the l'ade County swimming m.'i .
Piana to have all parents attend
the next meeting and matte I of
interest Will be transacted. The
Scout Executive and the Troop
Committee will hi' present. The
last issue of Boy's Lift was dis-
cu ed by Mr. Lefkowitr. At 9
p. m. the meeting was closed with
;hc circle formation for the Scout
'I. ter's Benediction. All boys of
Seoul age (12 years or older) are
invited to attend meetings, which
an held at Temple Israel. 139 V
E. 10th st., Thursday evenings at
7:30 o'clock sharp.
J VCKTE SEITLIN, Reporter.
oi the Reformed Church in the
United State- and the Evangelical
Synod of North America.
While the movement for organ-
ic unity represented by the World
C 'ili I eiiee on Faith and I Irder
ha i xperienced a setback and al-
h the depn ssion ha- led de-
nominational officials to decrease
support of co-operative bodies and
give themselves to their particu-
lar organization, needs and inter-
i st, neverthi less the larger vi-
om I see more clearly
than ever that unity is essential
i f preservation, both for the
nations and th< church at
large.
Mrs. Max Kupferstein, promi-
nent local communal worker, is a
patient at the Jackson Memorial
Hospital, where she is undergoing
observation. Mrs. Kupferstein is
a past officer and one of the
founders of the Ladies' Auxiliary
; the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation.
?
Plans arc now being concluded
[or the formation of a Brother-
hood of the Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation to include young
men from the ages of IX tO -'<
They Will form an autonomous
body and will meet during the
week for study and recreation.
Rabbi Julius Washer of the con-
gregation is directing the prelim-
inary work and he is being as-
sisted by a number of the officers
oi the congregation and several
of the younger professional and
business men of the city. Full de-
tails "ill be announced in an early
i ue. Following the organization
of the Brotherhood, a Junior Aux-
iliary to includi young women will
be formed.
RADIO
SYNAGOG
i S. M, Machtei, founder
or of the Radio Synagog.
will prea er stnl ion WK H > ,.:
i'clock on Su: day morning,
on "Returning to God." Ti.
mon will be dedi< ated to I .oyalty
Sunday. Ictobi r ha been 'U*-
:. nati d Loj all j H inday by the Na-
tional Committee on Ri ligi in and
Welfare Recovery. The com mi t-
i.....posed of leafl Prol
estant, Catholic and Jewish lead-
er.-. In addition to the -< rmon
there w II be prayer-, scripture
end .a qu .-'. i in box.
GERMAN SCHOLARSHIP
REJECTED BY HARVARD
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Oct. ^
The Harvard Corporation an.
nounced tonight that a derma'
traveling scholarship coffered
Harvard College last \; (iy ^
Ernst Hanfstaengl, confident^
aid to Adolph Hitler, had been d
elined because of policii of Hit
hi's party.
President James Brj mt Con
tant of Harvard in a letter b
Ilanftaengl, said: "Wi unwj|'
ling to accept a gift fr. ont tth)
ha.- been so closely .,.iaN
with the leadership of a political
party which has inflict.,, damap
on the universities ,,:' ,,
through measure- ^
struck at principles m |jeve .,
be fundamental to univi
throughout the world.''
I've ogled the newspai olnnii
And nurtured a !,
time
My giddy young brain
In the end would atta
I'he power to reel off thi rhyme.
I'm intrigued by the i
Taylor,
And to Montague cril
I'm somewha* in debt,
Though I cannot a
Plunk out a pot in a day.
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Bel El i last
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< Succah of ngregation
in celebration of the ninth birth-
day of their son, Arthur, and the
birthday of Mrs. Leon Gruner.
Lou Halpern returned to the city-
trip to New York
A:, important meeting of Beth
El < ongregation was held Wednes-
day night at the Synagogue. An-
i.ounce a.en' was made of a two-
day theatre benefit for the con-
gregation at the Arcade Theatre
. o Sunday and Monday, October
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wJewisti Florid tan FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEK LY MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 5. 1934 UHLillllllKIHIIIKIINHt UIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHMIIIUtMMr announcements MirillllllllllWIHIHIIUIIIMHIMMIItlMIIIIIIIMIMIHMIMIUM. fH DAVID CONGREGATION (Conservative) 139 N. W. Third Ave. MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi t .1 services begin at 5:45 The lateservices will bell | at 8 o'clock with Canin Woobel chanting, asid by the choir of the congreRabbi Max Shapiro will | "Our Jewish Center in in-. IIt a Necessity?" SatPrice Five Cents Self-Respect What a travesty on one's .-dt'respect, some of our .lews played upon themselves during the past week. We had the pleasure of printing a clear rut statement from Mr. Charles M. Fisher, suprintendenl of Public Education for Dade County, regarding the absence of children from school because of the Jewish Holidays. W i had the pleasun of printing an orning services"begin "at peal from three "'' '""' local Rabbis, and again an endorsement their -land from another of Mitzva. He will recite the jour respected Rabbis, urging Jewand then speak in Eng !; i ,.w;i\, L .. • ,. „ >'' %  children %  .d i Mono Watch Next Week's Issue for a Complete Expose of Newspaper Racketeering LEARN HOW Floridian Jews are tricked and Rabbis duped. HOW Rabbis' endorsements are used to mislead the Jews of Florida. HOW business and professional men are imposed on by false pleas in the name of charily. HOW the name of the Jewish community is used to fool non-Jews, and Jewish holidays become the means of racketeering by irresponsible publications which come and go. of acquiring land and engaging in building activity in Palestine, mainly in Jerusalem. Immigrants from Jidda have sel up at lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll' Acre a modern steam laundry wih machinery operated by electricity. A great deal of trade comes from Haifi. ... A Jew from Damascus has transferred his factory for the manufaucture of tiles to Acre. iiiiiiini HlllllllllllllllllllllliilHi iiiiiminmii IIIIIII mil iiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiMMiiiiMiiiiiiiiii How to fill the need for children's stories of Jewish interest is £ I being considered today by the 3 Women's League of the United SI Synagogue of America, following gjthe first meeting of the Executive — Council held at the Jewish Theo= logical Seminary. At this meet5 ing, presided over by Mrs. Samuel = Spiegel, national president, first 5 prize for the winning playlet of a S contest was awarded to Mrs. AlE thea Osber Silberman of Hartford, = Connecticut.



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Friday. October •''• l!,:!1 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN p| gl.lSIIED RVERT FRIDAY l.j Hi" ,.,:., KI.OKID1AN I'l'lil.lSlll.Nr; CO. 1'. 0. Box 2971 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN aiimi. Florida Phone 2-1183 KDITORIAI. OFFICES 1 121 H. M lh A>*nu* I'hoat Mil; j I or IS SHOCHBT, Editor ntID 8H0CHU, Circulation Manarcr AM IR BORIS SCHLAGHMAN, Field Representative M iocond rlnaa matter July 4. „3I ,-. > -' Offlc* at Miami, Florida, andir lh Act ..f March 8, 1X79. EST PALM BEACH SAMUEL SCHUTZER Representative ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN Representative ORLANDO [RENE BRAVERMAN Representative TAMPA, FLA. MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative WEST FLORIDA BUSINESS AGENT s. (;. AROSON 1200 Central Ave. Tampa, Fla. M.nlk. War SI IISIRII'TION Silt II M Vol. 7—No. in FRIDAY, OCTOBER ".. 1934 Nazi Press ensorship in Germany is Ii nl of its ability to conthat it does no; hesiropagandize the wildest h< truth shall not pas -." "-an of the Goebbels' outB 100 per cent Aryan. n, is charged with the of Lindbergh's baby, the implies that Haupt u Jew, stressing the fact • lived in the Bronx, "the neighborhood of New us, in this countrj. .. distortion of fad appeal of stupidity, as it cani hold water longer than •n. In Naziland, howluptmann will be labeled a i icty million G< rmans eve it. b"aer, before his fight with i .. was qualified as in the Nazi press. After 5 over Schmeling he was transformed in the col' the Hitler papers to a American. There is no e corruption of the Gerunder tin. Hitler regimeLindbergh case, however, sheets have overreached es. Herr Bruno Richard %  "in happens to be a mem Nazi organization in % %  even if he did live in •A. 1 ed to .vieedcampai, '" ""' ,: : n the part e beI in, -.. ?hborhood. .1,, ubjeeted German ihildrr Jewi iality" when the A poinl :.:, be. n where in thr %  • %  .. .. %  no longer sal I '""' ( -' hildl with Nazi hates Thl : pulation i lax !1 ; hut thi i'om K infor ,; %  guarding Jewish homes and plac. businr I months Jewish orand leadi n talking about the *\azi n America, h is no loi gi %  a I It ia reality. Tampa Notes Mrs. Sam I kaitc and daugl have n t irned after a visit of two weeks in Atlanta, Ga. While there Irs. ( haitc i enhe former Irene 1 I Atlanta, Ga. Page Three HiiiumiiMitimyiiutii KIIHIHIJIHIHHMUUIIIM Orlando Notes Funeral services for the late Mr. B. II. Berkman were held Sunday morning. Pallbearers were: Mr. M. Levine, I. Friedman, B. SoloM. Wittenstcin, Ben Sigal, B. Mr. II. Roth is in New York on % % %  buying trip. Mr. and Mrs. B. Ilalper entertained for their sen. Erwin, last wi i k, celebrating his fifth birthday anniversary. Refreshments i < : attractively to the and a number of games Phil I'.i rger left recently for a trip ninth. A meeting of Orlando Lodge 1043 was held October 2 in the rooms nl" the Cong. Ohev Sholem. In the absence of the president, Mr. B. .1. Cohen, Vicel( n: M. M. Sigal presided. Mrs. II. Margolis of Tampa is g Mr. and Mrs. A. B. GreenMrs. Margolis is the mother of Mrs. Greenberg. Mr. and Mrs. M. Baker and daughters, Dorothy and Lucille, and Beatrice Lieberman spent Sunday in Daytona, Mrs. M. II. Ki-iei has returned i Tampa aft. r a visit of two month ii if her parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. Mellingcr of Brooklyn, N. Y.; a sister, Mrs. I. J. Ka and another sister, Mrs. L. Solomon of Westerly, K. I. H hile on hei trip Mrs. Kistler visited in Providence, R. I., her %  r home, and all the New and states. Mrs. Kislr i II in. : M -Rosi Mellinger if Providence, R. I. Mr. Ben Coh< n of Philadelphia, and a prominent fruit buyer-, has returned to Orlando for the season. Mr. N. Gabel, also of Philadelphia, has taken up residence at Angebilt Hotel, representing thr northern fruit buyers. Mrs. Louis Baum is convalescing at the Grover Cleveland Hotel in New York. Nazism in New York Mrs. Jacob Wittner and have returned after spending the • Hendersonvilli N. ('. Mr. and Mrs. Isidon I \:\y. are occupying their new : .ii I enth st., which was n few weeks ago. Oi utstanding wedof the season was thr mari iage of Miss Lr na Stein, d : Mrs. David Sti in, and Mr. Milton S. I..iw, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lew, which was an event %  Mih. The marriage i iok place at the homi of Mr. and Mrs. D. Stein and was followed by a iery brilliant reception at the I ;, Ten-are Hotel. Mr. and ,; M. S. I., w left later in the evening on a trip to New York and will visit other cities in ast. When thi n they will make their home in St. Pi burg, Fla. Miss Naomi Henry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Henry, returned from New York, where she has en studying music all .summer. Mrs. Nabin of Jacksonville is visiting her daughter, Mrs. I. I., i ker. George Wolly is better now nfter being ill for some time. Detroit's Aged Given Surprise Liquor Gifl The Ladies' Auxiliary of RoSholom Temple held their regular monthly meeting in the • the Temple Thurs-j 11 %  ... i i. al %  tim planwere made for all fall Mrs. Sam Chaite and Mrs. M. I 1 K were hosl afternoon. DETROIT. Faced with the vcxproblem of getting rid of a Ii ad of confiscated liquor, George F. Carroll, manager of the Detroit branch of the -tate liquor control commission, happening to recall thai his Jewish friends often spoke of "kiddush," hit upon a happy i lea, and today the inmates of the Jewish Old Folks Home of Detroit arc enjoying Borne forty-eight botH, of inn proof stuff. Thr club has become a department of thi Y. M. II. A. American Jewry de and protests Nazi pi Jews m Germany, brown The fomer Dukes Club held a •hicountry have boldly icorganization meeting Tuesday ted Hitlerite methodI rent I. Rodoph Sholom >n of New ork, where I adopted the name of M. I>., a waging what amountto 'I Bgainsl the Jewish popthi which will be spoll; by Rabbi Adolph Berger. %  "" %  Yorkville. was th a "German e seen, of ,, mass of anti-Semitic vandalism 'ew" wai cut into the plat. The following officers ,!: H. Weintraub, president! ,\l. Cordon, vice-presidenl i A. Ro cfarb, secretary and treasurer, Services at Cong. Rodoph Sholom will begin at s p. m. with a sermon by Rabbi Adolph Berger, who will preach on "The Story of Creation." The GLOOM CHASER KI>IHIIIIIIIi,()00 years old were lately dun up by archaeologists in Asia. An adage of that period ran, "People who live in glass houses should never let a newsboy throw the Sunday edition on the front porch." Jones—If I get you a customer will I get a commission? Auto Agent—Sure! Jones All right. The chap I sold my car to yesterday will be wanting a new one in about two day.-. When a man has real troubles he keeps them to himself. If a man is able to stand abusi ne is able to stand prosperity. No man can accomplish anything great who doesn't begin on a small scale. Only a strong-minded woman can preserve fruit and her tempi! simultaneously. If men had the courage of their convictions there would be more convicts. When a man marries for money it's equivalent to an admission on his part that he couldn't get it any other way. \i j. 11. Cracowaner and her daughter, Miss Charlotte Cracowaner, have retimed to their home, 210 East Park avenue, from a vacation trip of three months to Canada and New York. ndows of oo Jewish-owned md J. Holli.ter, sergeant-at-arms. At Temple Schaarel Zcdek RabZielonka will preach tonight on -What Is in a Name?" Felix—How about going to a dance tonight? Fannie—That's all right with me. Felix I'm crazy about the Carioca, aren't you? Fannie—Oh, I dunno; all automobiles are good these days. Something helpful for the wife is a new government brochuri on "Fifty Way.of Serving Shrimp." n case he has been complaining. An escaped circus lion in Richmond was caught in the maelstrom of downtown traffic. Someone will hear from the humane societ ii for this. I nie thing the intelligent parent ibserves in the course of the years is that taupe upholstery in a car matches a chocolate ice cream cone. It takes a very conscious man to enjoy his work when the pay is small. A theory that has neither faith nortrust in its foundation doesn't amount to very much. Many a man gets a reputation forbeing goori Matured because he is too timid to stand up for his rights. A man will never acquire a fortune Unless he is proof agains' buying useless things because they are cheap. Six-year-old Mortimer went to Saturday morning services one week with his grandmother. When he got home his fond grandfather asked his grandson if he had under.-tooil the rabbi's sermon. "Sure I did," Mortimer replied cockily. "It tol,| about a man named F.sau. I learned about him in school. II,. was the man who wrot, those fables, but teacher never told me that he had sold his copyright for a mass of potash." I do not know why folk remark. "I'm feeling blue today"; It seem.to me more fitting far To gay, "I'm feeling gray." So many lovely things are blue, And gray is such a somber hue. The gentians and forget-me-nots Are bitof fallen sky; The chatting bluebirds and the jays Call out to passers-by, And sleeping waters steal the hue Of summer heavens calm and blue. A morning moon is wan and gray, And gray the winter sky Amists along a lonely beach Where sullen waves wash high, And hearths where love no longer gleams Are cold and gray as faded dreams. A habit is an iron chain, From which to break away; Yet I maintain when folk are sad, They're really feeling gray. So many lovely things are blue. And gray is such a somber hue. I always liked men debonair— You have a cold and distant air. For me eyes should be soft and brown, While yours are gray anil often frown. There was a time my nerves were tried If any man was dignified; For men who made appeal to me wire frivolous to a degree. But all the traits I have admired, Anil all the men I have desired I'd put aside anil marry you If you'd unbend and ask me do. Uncle Titus Wadde—And so I've decided to spend my declining yearvisiting round among my kinfolk. Mr. Longsuffer—Where do you get that "declining" stuff? I've offered you a second helping to everything on the table and I haven't heard you decline yet. It doesn't tire a girl to dance until the morning after. An easy beginning doesn't alwayi justify the finish. When a sculptor makes a cast he is either fishing for fame or money. The rest microbe is responsible for a lot of laziness. A bill collecting agency says it obtains unusually good results with dunning letters written in rhyme. My own response would be -imply a printed slip, saying, "The return of a manuscript is no reflection upon its literary merit." A syndicate writer on good grammar says politics is singular. He will never rank with Columbus as a discoverer. Her Husband—Didn't I see you coming out of the 10-cent store? Mrs. Twitter Yes, dear; I was in pricing things. In the future the crew might take along one passenger to the lifeboat to indicate that the line is doing a little business.



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Page Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, October 5, • '. : • !• Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate at the wedding of Miss Mae K -tnthal, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Rosenthal of this city, to Mr. Arnold Cohen, son of Mr. Mrs. M. Cohen of Tampa, Fla., Sunday, October 7, at ~> p. m. at the home of the bride's parents, i llowing the ceremony a recepfor the immediate members Ol I:h. family will be held. The couple will leave for a brief honeyn trip and will make their home at Vero Beach, where the gioom is engaged in business. • V The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congren wen host* to the children ot its Sunday school at a S last Sunday afternoon, and a Simchas Torah party Monnight at the Synagogue. Canand cakes were given the children Sunday, and candies and Simchas Torah flags n n the children on Monday M nday night, cake, wine, fruits and drinkwere served to the adult members if thi gation in celebrati n f S n has l rah, and Tuei I rning all ed a buffet luncheon in the vestry rooms of the Synagogue, following the • • The fir : meeting of Emunai 1 iptei K. S., sini e the sumn will be held at th ttisl Rite Temple n Thursday evening. October 11. Al] East t Stars are invited to attend. This will mark the eighth birthday anniversary of the organizati in of the chapter. Mrs. Lena Simon is H rthy Matron and Mr. Al Bachei Worthy Patron of the cha; • • Mr. and Mr-. Sol Schwartz. lents •" Miami, announce the engagement of their Mr. Arthur P.. Schwartz, son of Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. Schwartz of Chicago. Miss Schwartz is a popular member of the younger Jewish set of this area, and a graduate of Miami High School, and active in the work of the Junior Council. Mr. Schwartz is an attorney practicing :n Chicago. The wedding will laki place in the early fall. • • Mr. Louis Kellman of New York is spending a brief vacation in Miami as the guest of his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Kellman. w • The Miami Chapter of Junior Hadassah will open its winter program with a formal bridge and ion at the Robert Clay Hotel, Dallas Park, on Monday evening, October 15, Bt 'clock. A music, readings and ng been prepared. Guests will be welcomed by the president. Miss Hannah Mack, and Miss B li Goldenblank. chairman of ar1 will be awar 1ed for high si • • • The • •• enth f a irties %  r the I. lyalty Club unah Chapter will be held at the home of the hostess. Mrs. N'aAdelman, 142 X. \V. 1st We Ines lay evi ning, October grinning at 8 o'clock. Pr tei will be awarded f r h g\ efreshments will he served. %  tend. %  A ipe al board meeting of the • Womei will be held at the home of Miss Mannis, IS. "•'•'. 9th ave., :. Tues la} • vening, Octol at i All memirged t attend, as lm— will be transacted. %  • Mr-. Nat Gol Iman and tors • %  luring thi part week. Bur dines Cavendale Chiffons sheer and shadowless 89c Hold them to the light not a shadow mars their pure silk clearness. Runstop tops add durability. S zee *'_. to 10>/2. Fall shades. STKKhT ILOOB Bl'BDINI Mr. Philip Berkowitz left by boat for New York last Saturday on a combined business and pleasure trip. • • Mrs. Sidney Pepper and daughtei Jessica Beverly of West Palm Beach arc in Miami for about n month and are visiting her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Max Hoffman, and her parents-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. A. Pepper. • • Mr. and Mrs. Joe Perlman are being congratulated on the birth of a baby daughter last Thursday morning at the Victoria Hospital. Mother and baby are resting nicely. The baby was named Aylvia Ruth at a ceremony in the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation at the Simchas Torah services. Folding the services the maternal grandfather. Mr. S. Safanowitz, ll .: %  Kiddush to the worshippers. • An important meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Orthodox Congregation will be held at the Synagogue next Tuesday evening. October '.'th, beginning at 8 p. m. All members are aplans for the coming activities will be %  Mrs. Harry Oliphant is chairman of the dance committee arg :' r the dance of the Beth David Sisterhood to be held at Carter's Pier, Miami Beach, on Wednesday, October 10th. In charge of the sale of tickets are M< -. Jack Pallott and William %  an. Also assisting are Mrs. H. Kandel and Mr. and Mrs. Ja k August. Three floor shows and program of entertainment will IKprovided for the guests. 1 All are urged to attend, as the proceeds win be devoted to the Talmud Torah fund of the congregation. • • !:• g stration for the Sunday School and Talmud Torah of the Orthodox Congregation will be held Sunday morning. October Tth, at the SynaTalmud Torah sessions belast Wednesday afternoon, II continue for thi til Zt week. of the Sunday ] i id Toi ih :' Bi th 1 COPI -.. Miami B %  nro ..•> f Mr. !; Si kin, ng-time •' Miami, will b< Bar ly morning at servBei %  to their friendand tion in h< Talmud T irah Mall. • • • Mr. and Mr.-. Harry Markowitz m • Mrs. Dora Cohen, the mother ol Mrs. Markowitz, left la-' %  tion ti if about a : They Safety HarFla., and will vi-it [nd %  • bid., Chicago, 111., and will d the wedding of Rabbi if Beth David Conwhich will take place Ohio. Mr. Markowitz • Beth David Co„. •.on. Rabbi Max Shapiro will leave Sunday night for Toledo. Ohio, where bis marriage to MisRose Beck of that city will 1Msolemnized on October 14. Among those who are expected to attend are Mr. and Mrs. Harry .Markowitz of Miami. The rabbi and his bride will return to Miami the latter part of this month. The Miami Chapter of Senior I Hadassah will hold its first meeting of the current Season Monday, October 8, at the home of Mrs. I. Wolkowsky. 848 N. E. 21st st., when an interesting program will be presented. All members and friends id' Hadas-ah are urged to attend. Members of Beth David Choir who will assist the cantor during the late Friday night services include Mesdames Charles Markowitz, Ed Friedman, Wm. Wcintraub, Jack Stone, Barney Kraft. S. Rubinstein and th,Misses Rosaiyn Bader and Ix-na Friedland. Mrs. Jos. N. Morris will be host• at a benefit bridge for the Jewish Welfare Bureau at the New Englander Inn, 12th St. and Washington ave., Miami Beach, on Tuesday, October 10. at 12:30 p. m. A very enjoyable afternoon is promised and all are urged to atti nd. The proceeds will be used for the relief of the needy wards of the organization. This Is the first event of the season. Cantor Boris Schlachman was thi. guest speaker at the meeting of the Young Men's Hebrew Association Wednesday night when important business was discussed. Announcement was made that the third annual dance of tin organ!. cation will be held at the Miami Beach Golf and Country Club on Thursday evening, Nov. nbar 8 when a gala program of inter! tainment will be present!,;. Com. mittees are now soliciting i.e sup. port of Miami Jewry to aid i n raising funds through thi

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Page Four T.IK JEWISH Fl.OKIDIAN Friday, October 5, 1934 I i 1 J r y pooc: JlaMo i&jmagog pulletht Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI Founder and Director. Radio Synaifu-g of America SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI, FLORIDA Vol. IV. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER SO, 1984 No. 12 "Queer Concepts of Religion" Scripture Reading, Isaiah, Chapter V, Veraea 8, 18-28, Inclusive. I believe thai the destructive influence which is mainly responsible for the decay of the religious structure is faulty teachings. By that I mean not BO much hail religious policies, some of which do exist as evidence of man's effort to inject himself and his thoughts into the body of religion hut. more BO, faulty and misleading interpretations Of verses found in Scripture. This Condition leads to i|Ueer concepts of religion in the mindof those who would otherwise have been satisfied to follow the Straight and narrow path. But, since these persons t'ind that a verse of Scripture may IKdistorted, turn from its context, and interpreted to permit one to "call evil good, and good evil; to put darkness tor light, and light for darkness ." they resort to that medium to justify their iniquitous acts. In the Yiddish we have an expression that one "is to God and to man"'t/u Gotl un t/.u leiten implying that it is possible to be fair to one or the other—or, to neither. It is tin meritorious thine; to be honest with Ixith God and man. In the New Testament we find the verse, "Mender therefore unto Caesar the things which are Caesar's; and unto God the things that are God's." This likewise is commonly accepted to mean that one has two separate, distinct, and unrelated duties to render unto Caesar, unto his fcllownicn. to his government, and also to render" certain duties and obligations unto God. From this point it appears easy to reason that one may i>c loyal to God and may neglect his other duties without, in the least, hurting his prestige with God. It follow.-, some reason, that man has two separate Bets of laws. In the Hebrew they are spoken of as "Ik-in (Mom laMokome" and "Bein Odoni lachaveiro" between man and God, and between man and his comrade. Since the law is thus divii >le, ne may select to observe either group and ignore without impairing his relationship with the one that islighted. Those who hold this queer and erroneous belief go further and select the one s< t of precepts that require the least personal G expects us to pray and to worship Him. That'easy, Hut. our relationship with oar brotherdemands honest dealings, justice, helpfulness. That hinders the free and easj acquisition of wealth. It makes it difficult to transact business. Ergo, it follows, that wi must neglect that phase of religious teachings, for our own personal and selfish good, and yet we do not imperil our standing with God, smce wi "lender unto Cod the things that are God's." Hence We find a class of men of whom it is said: "He goes to church on Sunday And passes around the contribution box, But if you see him in his office Monday He is sly atul cunninK as a fox. tin Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday. Saturday, He's robbing everybody that hi' can; But he goes to church on Sunday So they say that he's an honest man."' And it holds good for those who go to synagogue on Saturday, and rob and cheat all the other dayof the week. They feel that they are rendering unto God. What else would you expect <>f them? Like BrutUS they "'are honorable men." I've met that type and you have encountered them, too. They often, all too often, pose a'.he leading citizens of the community, church and synagogue official-, the prominent and shining lights of the city. Yes, and '.hen you read that federal relief funds have been misappropriated by these "honest" men. You learn that the needy and the destitute have beei ed by these who are so enthusiastically engaged in serving Cod as Isaiah described them, "Thy prince.are rebellious and companions of thieve-; everyone loveth gifts, and followeth after rewards; they .iu wean roan from his beastly habit-! How rapidly he manages to devise ways and means fenavoiding the responsibilities of his earthly lot! He prefers tee live u tzu Gott," 11, "render unto God" his vain and insincere lip worship. But, ate> living "tzu leiten-" to "render unto Caesar," t. livein accordance with the lawgoverning hiconduct towards his fellowmen; law.of honor, justice, righteousness, truth, co-operation, wlf-sae rifice for the good of all of those he will have naught. He feels it sufficient for him to win Ceid's favor through bribes and flattery. What man doe-.not know, what hefails to recognize, what he chooses to ignore, is thereligious principlethat there is no division of responsibility, no twofold law. no half-tablets ..f the Decalogue which areremovable-, no distinction be-twe-e-n Coil aCod and between the God in man. Every rule e,f conduct towards our brothers is a Divine Law. Failureto observe it i.a breach of law which effects our relatie.nship towards God. Every misdeed which harms a neighbor erects tt partitiem between US and God. It become! an almost insurmountable barrier with the adelition e,f subsequent Wrongs elone to our cemirades. There is m. worship of Cod fe.r those who deny Hivery existence by iKnorinir His teachings. Some there anwho arenot naturally vicious, avancmus, or hardhearted. They leaveabsorbed a falsconcept e>f religion. They place Cod aboveman. Their daily devotional periods must not beInterrupted by man and his petty needs. That may sound noble, but, he-rei. an examplee,f its extreme fallacy. A man engaged in prayer hears cries of "Help! Help!" He glances out through the window. Just a surreptitious look. He sees a human being drowning in the brook which runs past his own house-. But hi is communing with God. ho, he decides to wait until his prayers have all been recited before he will ventureforth to gee if h,can be ,f any assistance to his drowning neighbor. Don't laugh! That's ,„. joke. It's no exaggeration. It is an examnle of II..' stupidity with which some self-styled "relnr.ous people have been endowed. Will you blame God for such people .' < an you justly blamereligion? But, the number of such feeble-minded fanatics is small, uur greatest problem is the class of willful wrongdoers whe, hide behind a smoke sere,,, of piety. What -or. of folly is it that seeks to blind others as it has blinded itself.' Do these hypocrites believe that the rest of the community fallfor their sham and desecration of the He.lv Name? Do they think themselves capable of fooling God? I hen can be but one answer. They do not believe in God. They violate all lawof decency towards man. because they angods unto themselves. Th. v fear no punishment; they dread no retribution, because they eh, not believe that there:a God. Their inte-r.-st a.iel active participation in church and synagogue affairs i.just on.' safe way ,.f misleading th,masses. The cloak of religion ami theflag-waving of patriotism hav, hidden more scoundrels ami blackguards under their fe.lds than have ever been suspected by thegullible public win. rallied to the calls of the-seliespe.ilerof the public, these embezzlers of feileral funds, and the professional reformers ami uplifters. Bewareof these pious ones who conceal their impurity in the fear of (Joel. They no more fear Cod than they do the devil. They don't fear theele-vil because they serve him toe. faithfully to incur his displeasure. Toe. long has theBynagogue ami the church been shunneel by honest man ami women l.e-eau-eth.stigma of hypocrisy was attached to affiliation with a religious organization. The -ine-e-nworkers wererepelled by the' presence e.f the cheat anil thefraud, the slanderer ami thedefamer e.f character, tinloan -hark ami the money changer, tinexploiter and the oppressor, who were always "more religious than thePope" in order to cover up their disgraceful and corrupt actions. Yes. thereanqueer concepts of religion, but, none more damaging to theplace of organized religion in the community than the impulseto serveCod. while trampling on man for, Coil ithe essential nucleus of religion. That is as false as it is queer. Only a disea ed anil diste.rte-,1 mind can conceive of that, del has placed man first. At times Heeliminates Himself entirely. 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%  f. Page Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, October 5, i 93l West Palm Beach Rabbi Isser W. Muskat of Beth K 1 Congregation left for New York for a short business trip. He will return to the city on November 11 to resume his duties with the congregation. George Greenberg and Harry Goodmark left for Gainesville to continue their studies at the University of Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sneider, residentt and active workers of the community for the past nine years, have left to make their home in Miami. Mr. and Mrs. A. Wachsman left for :. two weeks' business trip to New York. The Junior Workmen's Circle met at the home of Bernice Schutzer Wednesday, when all members attended. A hunv ate "ii Evei y Family Should Have a Picture A was enjoyed. E\ i lyn Jacobs : the affii mal iv< and M' i Weinei the n< gativi. p.tiv won. A St. Petersburg Services are being held every Friday evening at 8 o'clock at Congregation B'nai Israel, '."21 !)th St. N., conducted by Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld. The subject for this \ Friday evening is "Creation and Religion." "Simchas Torah" celebration was marked by a party at the Synagogue following the services. The ladies of the Auxiliary were hosteseses of the evening and served refreshments, also presented cub child of the choir with a lovely gift. The Ladies" Auxiliary and Aid Society of Congregation B'nai Israel held their regular meeting last ay evening. Nomination of II take place at the next regular meeting, which occurs on October 16. The Ladies' Auxiliary B card party on Sun. I October 1 I, with Mrs. \. Siei k< -e as hostess. A huge ance expected. Tin;. Beth 1 01 11 Carl N. lie: a .. Quart) \. S. Kleinfeld will adl urn in WilliamPark n ion at I o'clock. II be "The Jew aa :i Contribution to QUESTIONS AND VNSWERS dueled by at of Ra : : met ".. %  r Hoi 5 G teii : the i ni: I g, Octol At this I al Jewry will I %  betwi i :. < Hi-. e and 1 lixie, at Canal. All i Fi %  Pagi I inity. The Uniin Council of Life und \\ Geneva reveals the • !. I >enominational merges, the latest being that -. Ladies of Beth El Sisin charge of ticket I". Carl N. Herman, Rabbi of I %  Ti mple, delivered an last Sunday al •:• Kettler Theatre B Men's Bible 1 "Who Are the Fnemies BOY SCOUT NEWS Troop l> The regular meeting Thursday night opened with inspection, followed by the presentation of the colors and pledge to the flag. Patrol meeting then followed with attendance being checked and dues collected. Starting at the last muting and continuing until the American Legion Convention elementary first aid is being reviewed in preparation for that event. A business meeting in the Scout room followed, being opened with the Scout oath. The bulletin was read by Mr. Lefkowitr, after which final plans were made for the l'ade County swimming m.'i •. Piana to have all parents attend the next meeting and matte I of interest Will be transacted. The Scout Executive and the Troop Committee will hi' present. The last issue of Boy's Lift was discu ed by Mr. Lefkowitr. At 9 p. m. the meeting was closed with ;hc circle formation for the Scout 'I. ter's Benediction. All boys of Seoul age (12 years or older) are invited to attend meetings, which an held at Temple Israel. 139 V E. 10th st., Thursday evenings at 7:30 o'clock sharp. J VCKTE SEITLIN, Reporter. oi the Reformed Church in the United Stateand the Evangelical Synod of North America. While the movement for organic unity represented by the World C 'ili I eiiee on Faith and I Irder ha i xperienced a setback and alh the depn ssion haled denominational officials to decrease support of co-operative bodies and give themselves to their particular organization, needs and interi st, neverthi less the larger viom I see more clearly than ever that unity is essential i f preservation, both for the nations and th< church at large. Mrs. Max Kupferstein, prominent local communal worker, is a patient at the Jackson Memorial Hospital, where she is undergoing observation. Mrs. Kupferstein is a past officer and one of the founders of the Ladies' Auxiliary „; the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. • &f Plans arc now being concluded [or the formation of a Brotherhood of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation to include young men from the ages of IX tO -'< %  They Will form an autonomous body and will meet during the week for study and recreation. Rabbi Julius Washer of the congregation is directing the preliminary work and he is being assisted by a number of the officers oi the congregation and several of the younger professional and business men of the city. Full details "ill be announced in an early i ue. Following the organization of the Brotherhood, a Junior Auxiliary to includi young women will be formed. RADIO SYNAGOG i S. M, Machtei, founder or of the Radio Synagog. will prea er stnl ion WK H > ,.: i'clock on Su: day morning, on "Returning to God." Ti. mon will be dedi< ated to I .oyalty Sunday. Ictobi r '• ha been 'U*:•. nati d Loj all j H inday by the National Committee on Ri ligi in and Welfare Recovery. The com mi ti posed of leafl Prol estant, Catholic and Jewish leader.-. In addition to the -< rmon there w II be prayer-, scripture end .a qu %  .-'. i in box. GERMAN SCHOLARSHIP REJECTED BY HARVARD CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Oct. ^ The Harvard Corporation an nounced tonight that a derma' traveling scholarship coffered Harvard College last \; (iy ^ Ernst Hanfstaengl, confident^ aid to Adolph Hitler, had been d elined because of policii of Hit hi's party. President James Brj mt Con tant of Harvard in a letter b Ilanftaengl, said: "Wi unwj |' ling to accept a gift f r • ont tth) ha.been so closely .,„. iaN with the leadership of a political party which has inflict.,, damap on the universities ,,:' ,, through measure. ^ struck at principles m |j eve ., be fundamental to univi throughout the world.'' I've ogled the newspai olnnii And nurtured a !, time My giddy young brain In the end would atta I'he power to reel off thi rhyme. I'm intrigued by the i Taylor, And to Montague cril I'm somewha* in debt, Though I cannot a Plunk out a pot in a day. For Awnings call Kraft Miami Awning Co. Phone 2-0831 IIliPL | iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!i:iiiiiiiii> ::i'i:i:::;. rittltlllll Hhawa I Ml and *:•• I'. M 2c till 6:3e—Evening 25c Matinees Saturday and Sunday Continuous 2 to 11 Sunday-Monday. Oct. 7-8 CLARK GABLE MYRNA LO> Men in White o _„ MIIMIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIII :. Mr. and Mrs. 1 i %  owitz %  Bel El i last !• i iday night aft< %  < Succah of ngregation in celebration of the ninth birthday of their son, Arthur, and the birthday of Mrs. Leon Gruner. Lou Halpern returned to the citytrip to New York A:, important meeting of Beth El < ongregation was held Wednesday night at the Synagogue. Ani.ounce a.en' was made of a twoday theatre benefit for the congregation at the Arcade Theatre o Sunday and Monday, October For Awnings call Kraft Miami Awning Co. Phone 2-0830 For Vwnings call Kraft Miami Awning Co. Phone 2-0830 •jiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiimimiiiiiiiiiiiiiic E JOE l\ V.MINSKY = Z And an Mi-Star \i^ <>rk Compan) ~ I'r, Bcnl ihr \ Iddiah l'la> "HITLER'S MAPOLO" 1 E A M n 1 Vt E E B) DR .1 VKL'BI E Beth David Talmud Torah E Sunday. October 7th At 8:30 P. M. 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grij.y, QrtoUr S, 1984 Ot the movies: mm 08 Th( i c ture of life '> a K"t modern hospital is one that has been painted again and again on screen, so that the %  beer phenomena of hospital acIjvity a: no longer secrets to any(iIU I,, "Men in White," the new Hetro-Goldwyn-Mayer film co~ ^grring Clark Gable and Hyrna |(1 y, coming to the Tivoli Thea.. ,, the medical background i-'' 1 in vivid uml tnor w h detail, hut only as an illusthe conflict in the life () f a young interne. Clark Gable appears as Dr. Ferpuon "Men in White," a young interne who realizes all the obligation"1' his profession, hut has %  %  n able to resign himself to the deprivation of a personal social instance. His love y girl (played by Myrna Loj something he considntirely natural; he plans marage and a vacation abroad. Ironically, and unfortunately, it vi ry talent and promise as a surgeon which brings about an for the surgeon under whom he is working (a role taken Jean Hersholt) objects Btrentaking any time out from the studies which will take and years before he can call himself a good surgeon. Out if all this conflict grows an inv realization about Bacri'•! devotion to the cause of for humanity's ills. Eleven different rhythms from Ihe F*n nch and Spanish tangos %  >yA the Cuban rhumba form a savmnd for the new dance, "Rafter ." which George Raft inin his I'aramount starire, "Bolero." coming Sunday to the 7th Avenue itre. though its rhythmic ire entirely new in the World, introduces a variety ne steps. It is said, however, simple enough to he danced the average ball room dancer. In the picture, which gWes Haft opportunity to dance for idiences, Carole Lombard, a| v Rand, the Kan Dancer, and Drake have featured THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Five -hall be established. Sin is to be ended through the conversion and Balvation of all sinners, who aie to come ultimately into holiness and perfection. This is to he clone by Jesus Christ, whose function it is to bring man into harmony with God, Q. Does the Catholic bishop have the power to determine the validity of a marriage, or must all :cases be presented before the pope? A. The Catholic Universe Bulletin of Cleveland /answers this question as follows: If there are any matrimonial cases in the diocese they are decided by the bishop. Only such as are of a peculiar kind or offer special difficulties are sent to Rome, where they an derided hy a court which is 'ailed "Rota." If the parties so choose they may be represented by proxy at this court. 'II8S BESSIF LEVITT Popular in Miami's Younger Jewish Set. Who Is Attending Art School in New York. Intermyer ScoreSecretary Hull's Pronouncement A gains! the Boycott (Continued from last week) now deprecates, because of Germany's destruction of organized labor at tin' behest of its industrial barons, who have reduced its standardto semi-starvation, hut the same boycott has Keen declared and is being enforced by the British Trades Union Congress ti roughoul Great Britain, by the Scandinavian, Dutch, Belgian, french anil other countries' trades unions and has been ratified by the International Federation of TradeUnions with a membership of 17,000,000 workers. Perhaps these bodies do not know what is best for their respective countries as well a.does Mr. Hull. "It may also interest Mr. Hull to know that a Non-sectarian International Conference is in the process of formation and will -hoitly he held in a European city to further promote the world boycott of German goods. "If this astounding announcement is part of a trade negotiation with s and regulations.