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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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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AA00010090:00294

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No. 11
LORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1 31
Price Five Cents
Jewish News
Around the
World
Mr. Steinfeld, Temple Federation
Head, Die-
Mrs. Maurice Stein-
ast five years pres-
National Federation
t, | Sisterhoods, is dead
., lengthy illneBS. Born
. she became a leader
omen's activities in Si.
, -hi- moved after her
Mrs. Steinfeld was a
How Newspaper Racketeers
Mulct Florida Communities
An Expose of Pasl and Recent Events Disclosing the
Duping of Merchants and Consumers .
Charily a Cloak for Frauds
Though (he courts have univcr-0
Ihe foolish siun;* or "25,000 cir-
ulation iliis issue," which causes
Kail) held thai a newspaper is a
private business, with the right to
trade with such as il desires, ii is w,rae "' ,:'11 aml then l:,,,r
nevertheless conceded and admit ""ml,'r "h> tne have been.B0
nonsensical as to believe the im-
ted bj all that much of our pres-
ent da) civilization throughout the
; the St. Louis Chapter entire world, and particular!) in
I of Jewish Women] these l nited State-, i- due to the
a time a member of | newspapers. Causes have been
of the Jewish Encyclo-j won, human rights championed,
t929 -In- was elected the oppressed relieved and the
the National Federa-1 need) succored l>> the printed
em pie Sisterh.....Is after! word. Even the Congress of tne
i as natonal chair] nited States has recognized the
i ommittee on student
ii
. member of the executive
vice-president.
Anti-Jewish Agitation Stimulate*
Austrian-Jewish Emigration
to Palestine
Vienna Alarmed by the in-
. anti-Semitic tendencies of
.hi .government, large
numbers of Austrian Jews, even
iff liated with the assimila-
ting, are planning to emi-
i Palestine. A large con-
tingent of Jews is due to leave
hire for Palestine right after Suc-
i!l signs point to an ex-
migration of Austrian
Jews, who are training their sons
ind daughters for life in Palestine.
Meanwhile Chancellor Schuschnigg,
orters are waging open
"it against the Jews, is reported
i ady to receive a Jewish
to discuss with them
Jewish complaints against the re-
cently enacted Austrian school or-
which in effect establishes
hools for Jewish elemen-
children.
need of i hi- vast and important
industr) and to those paper- en-
gaged in ihe dissemination of news
and knowledge it has granted re-
duced postal rale- and other priv-
ileges.
possible.
Does not the public realize that
only that paper which appears
regularly performs a public serv-
ice that the weal and welfare of
all require? Certainly! for do not
these false organs, voices and
whatnots fall by the wayside?
In thi- series of article- we -ball
endeavor to let the public learn
Ihe real facts. We shall cover the
story of a large Yiddish daily who
Hi a salesman to Miami, Tampa
and Jacksonville, and under the
storj of representing all the Jews
The well informed,
Manchester Guardian, in
article on Austria, ac-
incellor Schuschnigg of
with regard to Austrian
I he paper points out that
Schuschnigg's assurances
16 of .Nations that Aus-
unctiliously carrying out
ons to minorities, his
' i- definitely ant Se
"loreover, the Manchester
hargea that the news-
and the Btor) of a tremendous eir-
May it be said to the credit ol t.uh|lill|1 l(mk more Ihan three
thousand dollars away from the
non-Jewish merchants of these
three cities. And the tragedy of
it all was the fact that in these
three cities the combined circula-
tion would not reach a hundred
topics. We shall tell the story of
how a Rabbi endorsed a New York
magazine, championing causes
foreign to his own beliefs, and how
more than three hundred dollars
was taken out of Miami Beach
from people who believed they
the Jewish people that the Anglo-
Jewish press throughout the coun-
try, at the present time compris-
ing approximately sixty weeklies
has always held the Jewish name
as dear to it. Racketeering In the
main has never been engaged iti
by the majority of these important
papers.
However why it is that here
in Florida and particularly in Bade
County, we have been afflicted by
every semblance of racketeering
in newspapers, we do not know. w(,r), contributing to the relief of
German Jews. We shall tell the
story of the pseudo Rabbi who
Why it is that everyone, nay. any-
one can come to Miami or else-
where in Florida, go to some Kab- tanu. to various cities of this and
bis. receive their endorsement, and 0|Ber states and. on the pretense
then go out and mulct the public |na, njs organization, his paper,
has been inexplicable. | was being championed by the B'nai
To us there are two angles to D'rith, the American Jewish cum-
this problem ... one the fact that mittee and whatnot, collected
because of our own people, and! moneys from Miamians and oth-
because of our own Rabbis, Jew- ,.r- the further story of how
ish people have been mulcted, and a]| their moneys were being ex-
the second and most important pended to guard Jewish interests
problem ... is the fact that lion- throughout the world. And we
Jews have been made the victims shall also tell how some of our
of advertising frauds; to the eter- Rabbis, questioning not, endorsed
nal disgrace of the Jewish name. this as a wonderful idea. And
01 course, we are aware of the how some of them even went so
lad that one gets hold of a few lai as to ask their officials to go
cents subscribes to a dubious news out and help collect funds for this
,.,', or gets himself a pair of wonderful (?) paper. And per-
-hears and begins to clip dailies haps it would interest these good
and weeklies for his stories and hearted men and women, both of
w- items, lakes a high sounding the cloth and otherwise, to learn
. f,.r lii- -beet and then pro that this revered representative
new- iiein-. i.ii><> -------- -
'barges that the news- ^ (of hjg ._,,,.,., ann ,hen pro- I hat this revered representative
ting Schuschnigg are ceeja a tour of the merchants received only sixty per cent of bis
Ivocating that the gov- gtores. should extend minority lf the tBreat to have all the Jews -tame- he retained all for him-
rights only to Orthodox and loyalL ,h'M. ,, have the cour- sell .
orce the others, the so-! ,() refuM advertise unless
-desirable" Jews, to emi- cireulat,on Bd stability are
Pa,"tine. I hoH|l And are aware of the
I f:-i that some of the-e "Now l m
here now I'm gone" papers car-
QnhHzim Training Program in
Germany Menaced
Wlin The entire program of
| WUtzim training in Germany is
danger of collapsing as a re-
,,f the new Nazi order for-
''''""g members of Jewish youth
cations to live together in
*'"' quarters. This order is
ihe blatant
streamer across
their front page, "The Voice "f
Jewry." And we also know
\\c shall refer to an expose of
this supposed Jewish protective
bod) that appeared in the Amer-
ican Hebrew and Jewish Trihunc
as early as July 22, 19:12, and in
the Jewish Morning Journal at
about the same time.
Mni More next week .
entatives of Jewish organiza-
...., 0f a general decree severely r.
,i ii I, wish vouthUions have taken up this matter
curbing virtually all Jewisn youm
tivlt ,. Because of the.------------- -"* he inte nor
,ons ... chaluUim training and -here is some hope that the
homes wi!.....bliged to close. Re,.....br wUl be modified.
Loyalty Day
Is Observed
The first step in the program of
tin National Committee for Reli-
gion and Welfare Recovery was
Loyalty Hay, which was observed
in many cities by Jews on Satur-
day, October 6, and by Christians
Sunday. October 7. A gratifying
response was reported in many
communities all over the country,
but principally in smaller towns
and localities where there was
time to organize. Many found it
impracticable to prepare for a gen-
eta! observance of Loyalty Lay SO
BOOH after the beginning of fall
activities.
For the benefit of such commu-
nities and -uch churches, we quote
the recommendation of the Com-
mittee on Methods, presented at
the recent Chicago meeting of the
National Committee for Religion
and Welfare Recovery:
VOTED, That where it has
been impracticable to observe
October 7, the first Sunday in
November be observed, and
the churches co-operate from
that date in the program ac-
cording to the regular sched-
ule;
That we recommend the
procedure of the larger church
bodies who are sending sam-
ples of the Loyalty Sunday in-
vitation and other literature
to all pastors with order blanks
on which quantities may be
ordered;
That the women of religious
and welfare organizations be
urgently requested to co-op-
erate with the Religion and
Welfare Recovery movement
in personal effort in the na-
tional organizations and their
local units.
The chairman of the Committee
on -Methods is Dr. K. D. Gohlstedt,
executive secretary of the Board
m of Home Missions and Church
Extension of the Methodist Epis-
copal Church, and the membership
Includes Dr. C. 0. Hawley, Mr. E.
Pugmire, Mr. R. E. Shields, Bishop
John N. HcCormick, Dr. W. (i.
Cram, Dr. Loren M. Edwards, Dr.
1'. M. Rogers, Mrs. Daniel Sleek-
er, Mr. Walter R. Moo. Dr. Hugh
Magill, Mr. Merle N. English and
Mr. Andres C. Zenos.
School Staff
Is Announced
The staff of the Sunday school
ut the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation, as announced by
Rabbi Julius Washer, consists of
Inn.sell' as principal. Miss Sarah
Shochet, kindergarten; Miss Gladys
(ireenberg, class 1; Miss Gertrude
Rnppaport, class 2; Albert E. Pal-
lott, class 3; Rabbi Washer
teaches training class and class 4.
Other members of the staff will
be announced shortly.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
( Reform)
137 N. E. Nineteenth St.
DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN, Rabbi
Regular Friday night services
begin at 8:16 o'clock. Dr. Kaplan
will .-peak on "Noah's Ark Cannot
Savi the Human Family. The
public ..... .ally welcome. The
Sunday school opened last Sunday,
October T. Those who did not reg-
i ter then may do bo this week
the last week of registration.
IMIII DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conservative)
139 S. \\. third Ave.
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Late services begin tonight at
8 o'clock with Mr. Stanley c. My-
ers, a pa.-t president of the con-
gregation, -peaking during the
Rabbi's absence. Hi.- subject will
be "Am 1 My Brother's Keeper?"
Cantor Nathan Wroobel, assisted
by Beth David Choir, will chant
the traditional hymns. Saturday
morning services start at 8:30
with the Junior Congregation
meeting at 10:30. I'eritz Schein-
berg will act as the Junior Rabbi
and N. Ginsburg as the Junior
Cantor. The singing will be un-
der the direction of Cantor I. Ka-
minsky.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
.'til Washington A\e.. Miami Beach
DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM. Rabbi
Friday evening services begin
at 5:30 o'clock. Saturday morn-
ins services at 8:30, with Cantor
Boris Schlachman chanting and
Rabbi Rosenbloom preaching in
Yiddish on tht. portion of the week.
Sunday school meets Sunday morn-
ing at 10 o'clock. Hebrew school
daily at '( p. m.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
1545 S. W. Third Street
JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi
Friday evening services begin at
5:30 o'clock. Saturday morning
services begin at 9, with the Rabbi
pleaching in Yiddish on the por-
tion of the week. Sunday morn-
ing the Sunday school will begin
ii. sessions at 10 o'clock. Talmud
Torah classes meet daily at 3 p. m.
Pep Meetings for
Y. M. H. A. Dance
Progress of the third annual
dance of the Young -Men's Hebrew
Association, to be held at the
Miami Beach Golf and Country
Club on November h, was report-
e I OH at the meeting of the or-
ganization last Wednesday night.
The meeting dispensed with the
USUaJ business and became a "pep"
meeting (or the purpose of in-
creasing enthusiasm for the dance.


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, October 12, \^{



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About two hundred quests at-
tended the reception tendered to
Rabbi and Mrs. Julius Washer by
the Ladies' Auxiliary and the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation last Sunday night at its
synagogue in celebration of their
recent marriage. Rabbis Dr. Ja-
cob II. Kaplan, Samuel M. Mach-
tei, David I. Roscnbloom and Rabbi
Julius Washer were grouped on
the upper Bimah of the Syna-
gogue, together with Mr, A. Ja-
cobs, the oldest member of the
congregation; Cantor Boris
Schlachman, Mr. Milton Weiner,
president of the congregation and
the chairman of the evening. On
the lower Bimah were seated Mrs.
Jacob II. Kaplan, Mrs. s. M. Mach-
tei, Mrs. David I. Rosenbloom and
Mrs. Julius Washer. A long table
beautifully decorated with cut
flowers and ferns was heavily la-
den with goodies of all kinds, with
a large decorated wedding cake as
the centerpiece. Beginning with a
brief address by the chairman, in
which he thanked the members of
the ladies' and men's committees
for their work in arranging the
affair, Rabbi S. M. Machtei was
introduced and spoke, concluding
with congratulations and best
wishes to the guests of honor.
Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom,
half of himself and his congrega-
tion, ike and extended felicita-
tions. Cantor Boris Schlachman
sang a number of Hebrew and
Yiddish melodies, following which
Mr. Joseph Greenberg gave a dec-
lamation and reading in Yiddish.
Mr. Milton Weiner. president of
.. and Mrs. J. Louis
Shochet, president of the Ladies'
Auxiliary, spok ffered con-
gratul active
support and assistance t
Buesl .. Rabbi Jac li
in then -poke Bs the
Miam Rab-
i-.nate and congratulated the Drevitch, chairman, was assisted
guests. Mr. Abram Jacobs, the by Messrs. Max Mintzer, Max Rap-
oldest member of the congrega- i'aport and other members of the
tion, spoke briefly, Rave friendly Board of Directors and officers of
advice to the young married cou- the congregation.
pie as coming from the oldest mar-
ried couple, and together with Mrs. Seymour Optner, the son of Mrs.
.la.obs then presented to Rabbi Ida M. Optner of this city, is a
and Mrs. Washer on behalf of the member of the staff of the new
Ladies' Auxiliary and the congre- Ponce de Leon High school publi-
gation, a gift of a beautiful radio, cation.
Mr. J. Louis Shochet presided dur-
ing the ceremonies and introduced Miss Natalie Pallott returned to
.Mrs. Washer, who responded th- city after a visit to Spring-
briefly and thanked all for their field, Mass.. where she spent the
interest and cordial welcome to summer.
Miami. Rabbi Julius Washer was
the last speaker of the evening Mr. and Mrs. Leo Portnoff have
and in a brief, heartfelt address a! rived in Miami and are guests
expressed the thanks of his wife of Dr. and Mrs. M. D. Kirsch. Mr.
and himself to the congregation, Portnoff will be in charge of mas-
it j ladies' Auxiliary and the en- tei violin classes at the Univer-
tire gathering for the reception sity of Miami Conservatory of Mu-
accorded him and for the pledges sic at Miami Beach.
of BUpport which they had made.
Following the ceremonies the en- Mr.-. Lee Weiner and daughter,
tire gathering stood while Rabbi Barbara, will return to the city
Jacob II. Kaplan of Temple Is-
rael first recited a blessing over
wine, and together with the other
Rabbis present, drank a toast to
Rabbi and Mrs. Washer. Tele-
1'iams of congratulation were re-
ceived from Mr. Philip Berkowitz,
treasurer of the congregation, who
:.- now in New York City; the
Young Men'- Hebrew Association
of Miami, and Rabbi Max Sha-
f Beth David Congregation,
who was unable to attend. Ice
cream, cake, wine and punch were
then served to all present, after
which all 'were invited to help
themselves of the fruits, candies
and other goodies provided on the
large serving table arranged in
the vestry rooms, in charge of
arrangements were Mrs, Philip
Berkowitz, chairman of the Ladies'
O mmittee, who was assisted by
Mi -dame.- Max Weinberger, Moses
Pallott. T. Silver. Many Shulman.
Tina Kotkin, Nat Blumberg, II;-
l ra< get and J. L. shochet.
half of the men. Mr. II. .M.
Junior misses know
less hat more chic
3.98
Every scrap of felt every art-
ful twist brazen quill or de-
mure veil tells a story of fashion
to enchant junior wearers. Hand-
blocked turbans, tricornes, and
brims, of petite proportions.
FOURTH I .....u
Bur dines
tomorrow after an absence of sev-
eral months spent visiting rela-
tives and friends in Hartford and
other Northern cities.

Rabbi B. I). Mindel officiated at
the Bris of the infant son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Muller last Sunday
at their home.

According to an announcement
from the Miami Alumni of the Tau
Kpsilon Phi at the University of
Florida, the following pledges were
recently named: Miami: Bernie
Frank, Seymour Miller, Art Kahn,
Art Shandloff, Jerome Weinkle,
Aaron Goldenblank, Ike Gordon,
iii.-on Blatt, Sandy Bronstein,
Bernard Kahn, Dennis Quittner,
Louis Seitlin, Billy Homa; West
Palm Beach: Moe Schuppler and
M. A brain.-: IVn-aeoia: Pete
Greenblatt; Jacksonville: Martin
Sctzer; Gainesville: Robert Rob-
bins; Ocala: Harold Feinberg; New
Jersey; Herman Pishbein and Har-
old Feinberg; Orlando: Morton
Levy. Myer Segal, Joe Witten-
stein; Sarasota: Sam (hilk and
Nal Gold.
* *
Mrs. Beatrice Sbaff Finn and
Mr.-. Rae Prank will be hostesses
at a benefit card party at the
home of Mrs. Finn, 319 X. E. 25th
-;.. next Wednesday evening, Oc-
tober 17. for the benefit of the
Loyalty Club of Fmunah Chapter,
<). K. S. Prizes will be awarded
foi high scores and refreshments
will be served. The public is in-
vited to alt.'lid.
*
Thi Ladie,' Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation is sponsoring a benefit
bridge next Tuesday evening, Oc-
tober 16, for the benefit of its
Talmud Torah Fund at the home
of Mrs. Moses Pallott, 136 N. W.
loth ave., with Mrs. Pallott and
Mr Mor,,. Kotkin as the host-
esses. Prizes will be awarded for
high scores and refreshments will
b< served. The public is invited
to attend.

An important meeting of the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation was
he'd at the Synagogue last Tues-
day niKht when plans for the com-
ing season were discussed. De-
tails and a schedule of events will
be announced in our next week's
issue. Following the business
meeting a social hour was had and
refreshments were served. Rabbi
Julius Washer spoke briefly re-
rarding the work of the Talmud
Torah and Sunday school.
* *
Pink, white and green colors
were featured in the decorations
of the birthday party of Carol
Jane Wolpert, given recently at
the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. George Wolpert, 2144 S. W.
Sixth st. Games of all kinds were
enjoyed and favors were given
dolls for the girls and airplanes
for the boy.-.
The table was centered with a
huge decorated birthday cake,
topped with five candles, repre-
senting the age of the honor guest.
Twelve children were present.
* *
Invitations have been issued for
the formal bridge and reception to
be given by Junior Hadassah at 8
)>. m. October 16 at the Robert
Clay Hotel. Miss Beady Golden-
blank, Miss Pauline Lasky and
Mi-.- Ida Safer are in charge of
arrangements. Guests will be re-
Ctrived by Miss Hana Mack, presi-
dent. A musical program will be
presented, with readings and danc-
ing numbers.
The first week in December,
Junior Hadassah will present its
BCCOnd annual play under the di-
11 cti >n 1,1' Opal Eduard Blotter,
head of the dramatic department,
University of Miami. Committee
chairmen appointed include Miss
Goldenblank, general chairman;
Mis- Ida Rngler, property; Mrs.
William Farr, ticket; Miss Reggie
Goldstein, costume; Miss Sylvia
Wilensky, advertising. A souve-
nr journal will be a feature, with
Mis- Sylvia Rayvis and Mjss ^
Silver as co-editors.
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell \volfson
have returned from Blowing Roc|j
N. C, New York and lialtimore'
Md. Their children, Frances and
Lewis, who have been with h
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Co.
hen, in Asheville, while they We,r(,
in New York, are expi .-tc.i t0 ar.
ri\( Sunday with Mr. and Mr;
Cohen.
*
Dr. B. C. Pollock, Miami Bead,,
la- returned after spending three
months attending the cardiac
clinics at the Peter I: Ihieham
and Massachusetts G
pitals in Boston.
* ?
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Meyer ltft
for a two-week trip to Chicago,
Atlantic City, Baltimore and
Washington, D. C.
*
Celebrating her Hith birthday,
Miss Jeanette Vitzky entertained
a group of friends tit her home re-
cently.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon are
receiving congratulations on the
birth of a baby son early Monday
morning at the Victoria Hospital.
Mother and baby are resting nice-
ly. Rabbi S. M. Machtei will offi-
ciate at the Bris, which will
celebrated at the hospital next
Monday.

Mrs. Max Kupferstein i
tient at the Jackson Memorial
Hospital, where she underwent a
serious operation last week. She
is slowly recovering.
For Awnings call Kraft
Miami Awning Co. Phone 2-OMO
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RELIGION
YOI can talk about your churches, your dogmas, sects and
creeds; you can : lumb'e prayers and praises as you
count your blessed be. ds; you can go to church on Sunday,
and moan and shout and wail: you can toss your dimes and
jitnevs in the contrib lion -ail. you can groan "amen" to
everything the parsoi -. chance to say; you can hod your
brea'.h until vou choki while the deacons kneel to pray; you
can take in all the rifles, (he revivals and bazaarsbut
thee thin stars. For religion i.-.n't something like a lozenge on the
tongue, it's something that comes from the heart, and never
from the lung; it's something you can't buy for cash; it's
something you can't sell; it's something you can't legislate
or fc.ee with threats of he'i; it's something sweet and holy
and eternal as the tides, and it lives where'er humanity and
honest) abides, and in its sphere there is no room for envy,
hate or suite, nor jealousv that steals upon the heart like
gho'J a of nil ht. Oh. religion isn't measured b\ your bel-
lowed claims of grace, nor manifested by a boast that you'll
Bet II in face lo face; it isn't rated In the times you bow your
head in prayer, nor by the coin you give to save the heathens
over there; it isn't certified to by the glorj songs you sing,
nor li\ a pretense that you hope to some day si read a wing.
and soar above the meaner things of life, and wear a crown,
and twang a harp in that far place from whence the stars
look down. For you've got to learn humility, and practice it
the while; you've got to r:eet the tests of time and meet
them with a smile; you've got to do your part in all the hectic
things of life, and take your share of woe and grief and care
and trial and strife; you've got to learn that life is real, and
that your job's right here, and now's the time to claim your
joyright on this mundane sphere, for joy and peace and
bliss may all be claimed on earth's fair shoreand a heaven
you can't have down here is not worth dyinj; for.Author
' iwn.
Intermyer's
Warning
1 ally we ha\;e not heard
n* about a proposed trade
'tar. between Germany and the
Slates. Neither the De
"f Commerce nor the
partment have said any-
wiieh would make us believe
a treaty is under con-id
In the last few weeks,
several trial balloons
n s,nt out with a view
:i"g public reaction to BUC-h
That the possibility of
agreement between our
"lent and Hitlerland is en
vithin the realm of reality
evident when Samuel Un-
the moving power of the
"i boycott, made public a
tter be wrote to Secretary of
Hull.
>' I'ntermyer protests against
SUlh a trade agreement. He points
For some time now many of us
have been wondering who would
replace the late but not lamented
Captain Roehm in the somewhat
irregular affections of Reichchan-
lellor Hitler. When Roehm was
liquidated, Hitler's own alter ego
was cut off from him. How lonK,
asked, could the Fuehrer stand
Recently bits of gossip
eniently floated across the
Atlantic to the effect that Herr
Hitler had been paying consider-
able attention to a young lady, an
actress, and a half-Jewess to boot.
Il is unusual enough for the BiO-
dei pot of Germany to be as-
oidated with members of the op-
posite sex. Well do we recall
the to-do that the routine etiquette
of honoring the niece of Richard
Wagner created at the Baireuth
festival more than a year ago. It
was discovered later that the in-
was a carefully planned
scene in order to give the lie to
l i.i widely current reports of ho-
n sexual tendencies in the high
command of the Nazi organiza-
tion.
The reported rumors linking
Hitler to Leni Riefensthal, beau-
tiful young film producer and ac-
tress, are spontaneous as the Nazi
- ilute in a concentration camp.
Tluy are so obviously of whole
c. ith that we can hear the ereak-
ii g of the propaganda machinery.
The hope that one rumor, judi-
ciously dramatized and distributed,
could kill two facts namely Hit-
ler's inherent hatred of the Jews
and his avoidance of female so-
ciety is another bit of evidence
sf how bankrupt has become the
Ministry of Enlightenment strat-
egy.
Orlando Notes
Mrs. S. Small of Savannah, Ga.,
visiting here.
Mrs. M. Safer and son, Edwin,
returned from Jacksonville, where
Edwin underwent a tonsilectomy.
Orlando Lodge of B'nai B'rith
held an important meeting last
Wednesday and plans for a meni-
! i -hip drive in connection with
the celebration of Alfred M. Co-
hen's 76th birthday were dis-
i issed,
out that it would be impossible
to overcome "the righteous, coun-
trj wide trade resistance against
(iei man goods."' He passionately
dies out that "outraged Catholics,
Protestants, Jew-, labor unions and
Women cannot be compelled to buy
G( iman goods." Mr. I'ntermyer,
wi,o know.- a lot about intcina-
..hum. in and economics, de- (
i that the United states is the
in the antiNazi boycott. He
Blresses the fact that to do busi-
with Naziland would be to
throw good money after bad.
Sam i! I'ntermyer knows where-
of he speaks. His warning should
!,. heeded by Washington. Presi-
K evelt would lose much
of the admiration and love he SO
eminently deserves if he were to
,..,,,. the feelings of a great ma-
,,,, tj 0f Amrican citizens and
,tretch out a helping hand to a
government that sponsors every
human principle which he him
at It disown-.
Miss Lucille Baner was admit-
ted to membership In the 101 Club
at its last meeting.
Miss Leah Epstein of Pitta-
burgh, Pa., will make her home
In re, being tin training at the
('range General Hospital.
Nat Berman is in New York on
a business trip.
Mr. and -Mrs. A. F. Stone re-
tirncd after an extended visit
through the New England states.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Boolos,
the latter a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. B. Solomon of this city, re-
tained to their home after a visit
with their parents.
Milton Wjildman, grandson of
.Mrs. I.. SwartZWald, celebrated his
Bar Mitzva last Tuesday morning
at the Synagogue. Rev. B. Snfer
was in charge.
The
GLOOM
CHASER
A radio comic is sued by his
"continuity author" for back
pay. What's the statute of limita-
tions on a gag first committed in
.In '90s?
A new military gas may be ex-
ploded by a shake of the hand.
This should kill off many politi-
cians and thus make for a speedy-
peace.
"Astronomers' records show no
authentic instance of anyone be-
ing struck down by a meteor."
This is either sheer luck or pretty
fielding.
An Indiana farmer turned up at
an AAA office for his hog cheek,
although he never raised a hog
in his life. He just took it for
gi unled.
Half our troubles are the off-
springs of fear.
The man whose bluff is not
sometimes called never existed.
Don't think a man is foolish be-
cause he thinks you are.
Good advice is well enough in
its way, but a hungry man can't
make a satisfactory meal on it.
Every time a man gets it in the
neck he realizes how little he
amounts to.
It is lucky for some people that
a!! collectors are not so trouble-
some with their bills as mosquitoes
are.
Science says that the common
bou.-el'ly can make 1100 strokes
with its wings in a second, but the
pesky thing never does it when it
has a chance to loaf around on a
man's bald spot.
Mrs. Pester If there's anything
you can do that 1 can't do quite
as well I'd like to have you name
it.
Her HusbandWell, not to
mention my graceful manner of
scratching matches, I'd like to see
you hang all your clothes on one
small nail in the closet.
Relief is available in a new
quarter, if we can believe the four-
year old. Back from her first ses-
sion at Sunday school, she says
"they passed the money around."
The teacher was explaining the
phenomenon of protective colora-
tion.
"Animals." she said, "in order
to protect themselves from other
animals, often take on the color
of their surroundings."
Little Abie jumped up excit-
edly.
"My father does the same
thing!" he cried.
"What do you meanyour fa-
il.ei '.'" asked the teacher suspi-
ciously.
"Well," said Abie, "when he
conies home late, and finds my
mother sitting up waiting for him.
hit face becomes white, like the
wall."
A substitute teacher was sent to
a large industrial school to re-
place one who had been given a
'.tave of absence. The substitute
had been warned to speak slowly
and distinctly in one of the classes,
becau e of the presence of a deaf
mute who was learning to read
lips.
When the teacher began his new
duties, he forget whether the deaf
mute was in the first period class
or the second. So he called little
Isidor up to him and whispered:
"Who in this class is deaf and
dumb?"
Isidor frowned in puzzlement
for a moment and then answered:
"None of us are deaf."
PatientIs the operation really
-o dangerous, doctor?
DoctorOnly one case in four
is a success.
PatientOh. horrors! Then I am
at raid to go through with it.
DoctorNo, you mustn't wor-
ry. You are really a lucky fellow;
the last three cases I handled were
failures!
BrownI have just one aim in
lite.
HekkersTo acquire a couple
of millions?
BrownNo; I want to live so
that my sweetheart will say,
"There goes a man 1 might have
married."
Irate FatherHow was it,
young man, that you were kissing
my daughteranswer mehow
was it ?
Young ManGrand!
Jackie always had a cold and
his nose was always running. His
Sunday school teacher kept on
telling him to wipe his nose. One
Sunday morning his teacher asked
him: "Do you remember how the
Bible describes the idols?" Jackie
was not sure and the teacher
helped him along, "They have eyes
but see not, ears but hear not,
noses but ." "Now I remem-
ber, teacher," shouted Jackie, "they
have noses but wipe them not."
The BossHey! What you doin'
to my dog?
The Efficiency ExpertI have
just figured out the number of
foot-pounds of energy he is wast-
ing in wagging his tail, so I am
attaching his tail to this small
motor. A few kind words will
furnish the fuel.
GrinnI ,like cheerfulness. I
aomire anyone who sings at his
work.
BarrettHow you must love a
mosquito!
Mrs. InnitDon't you like my
waists cut low?
Friend HusbandSure! I like
'em cut from $9.98 to $1.98.
Julian sent his first novel to a
publisher. The book was titled
"Why Am I Living?" In a week
he received the manuscript back,
with the following note from the
editor:
i^'Under separate cover I am
returning your manuscript, 'Why
Am I Living?' The answer to that
question is simple: Because you
did not bring it in personally."
JuneWhat! Is he really a bird-
man ?
MaeYes. If he isn't a "jay"
I never saw one.


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, October 12, 1934









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JUMo ^gnagog bulletin
Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
Founder tnd Director, Radio SjnRsToff of America
SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI, FLORIDA
Vol. IV. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7. 1934 No. 48
"Returning to God" (Loyalty Sunday)
Scripture Reading. Hosea, Chapter \1V. Verses 2-1. ->-lU. Inclusive
The National Committee for Religion and Welfare Recovery, com-
posed of leading Protestants, Catl ilici and Jews, has set aside Oc-
tober 6th to be observed as Loyalty Sabbath, and. today, October 7th,
as Loyalty Sunday, for the pui ise if reviving the spiritual lit".
the citizen? of the nation. Preside.it Roosevelt endorsed the m
ment in the following message: "1 am gratified to learn that the
leaders of the three major faiths have initiated a movement for re-
covery in the fields of religion and welfare. \<>: only economic, hut
moral and spiritual foundation.-, throughout the entire world, have
been shaken. A more abundant life for our people, in th( last anal-
ysis, depends upon a deeper al and spiritual values.
I earnestly hope that there will be a widespread an i hearty response
to the call which Protestant, 1 al at I Jewisl entatives nave
issued to the people to assemble in their churches and synagogues on
October fi and 7 for the purpo e >f re dedicating erv-
ici of God and of our fellow.nen, fi surely we all
human weakness in the pri th pro: nfront ui aa a
people and our need of divine strength and guidai
So, for oar text this mori ing, we have tak< tional
scripture reading which is recited in the synagogues on the Sabbath
of Repentance- which comes between New Year and the Day of
Atonementurging Israel to return ti Lord. I know. We passed
that in our calendar three weeks ag >. But, I fear that the returi
most -lews was for DUt a I nee
with God. The emergency having passi I, eligionists
have picked up the threads of their lives and habits whi had
left off prior to the High II '.;. Da; is >n, Manj and so-
phisticates are convinced that religi I is "1 sh"; thai I is "old-
fashioned." When they attend syi when they pray.
it is done to their parents, their elders who, thi 5 eve, are
steeped .:. .. "-'' I. As -. they, who
are woi ..;. tgrown leas V neo-pu
nnism Religion i led and old-fashioned,
they ell 111.
I <) ...... ersi found in tl Pass
over Ritual. It reads, "Ii ivere idol-v.
shipers. ;. no the 1 ". His woi ship.'
It would appear l-fashioned, out
that woi ... 1 O01I nnovati n. rhat mid rand
them an. tii --1 6"'ve the stamp
of modernity to the relig
The need for returning to God has
Henry Wallace in these words, "The mi thing 1 mak-
ing of the human hear-.. VVhei 1 fierj yet
clear understanding of thi- thej th( human h
so balance the messagi
will yet l>e saved from ruin." Then is no | foi har-
acter building than religion. There is no sal inder-
ing and tortured sou'..- in sear : -'ruc-
tion and faith m the 1 livim Plan. N el ired men
to self-sacrifice and to t:.
system. What man will : glory, hon gnifi-
cant and puny in comparison with what ha who
were inspired through religiou ind 1 ve of the n.
Only tho.-e who drink at the well-
the enthusiasm of the saint, who lictates of a
soul en rapporte with God. an apablt the supreme
courage and fortitude which true- unselfish 11
Judaism i- not a religion in thi Jenw tati I
hours, of ritualistic abluti ns, I svai leaves, of shouting
"Halleluyahl" Judaism is a cod life. It
the individual during every moment and -hem
in accordance with definiti tandards. A return
to God, therefore, means more than th< '" ynaj gue due.-.
the attendance at divine worship,
religious school. It means mor,- than the grudging contribution I
church activities or the rental for High Holy Day
services. To return to God means loyalty to His teachings and it
means, further, the unsw< rvini
truth and righteousness, in thi nal profit
or gain by departing from the et lards of the Torah.
The Jew has a well-defined m We havi een
a peculiar people. We must exemplify "a kingdom of priests and a
holy people." There can be no There is no m
course to follow. We ai eithi ant of the law or we are negli-
gent of it. Too often have I hi given by Jews in -elf-
justification for failun and loyal to Judaismthe answer
of, "You see, I follow a midd ird a very saintly
Rabbi give the following reply f> such an excu "You say that you
follow the middle path, that you travel in the middle of the road
That's very well, but did you notice where human beings walk? They
walk at the s.de of th >ad, on th< Horses use the middle
of the road." Ii you have the courage of your c mvictions, if you an
endowed with a sense of loyalty, you do not try to avoid a religiou
issue. You do not Btraddle the issue. You stay on the right side
and. all the way over. No one can be mistaken, as to your -land.
If the Gentile treats you without respect it is because you, In
most cases, have failed to earn it. If the average Jew 1- de-pi.-el.
then, a rabbi should bring down the scorn in greatei degree. Hut. I
have not found it BO. I attribute that to my Jewishn .--. Had I tried
to conceal it; had I made an effort to camouflage it, to be apologetic
about it, I would merit the abuse of every right-thinking Jew or
Gentile. I am not aggressively Jewish. I try to live a normal life B
a citizen of my community. When the que on c, religion arises, I
state mr Jewishness, nor do I seek to qnallf; statement that I
Bdhere to a branch of it that is diluted. M Ju! ism .- of he con-
centrated brand. I have no respect for a C.iristi who bel.tttes his
faith. I can't blame others for feeling similar';.- : -out an apologe 1c
or a renegade Jew. ...
Loyalty Sunday has been set aside not t 1 bring the faiths clos t
in any loosening of denominational bo: but, ra her as n c mmon
medium to arouse the members of the 1 <* great faith ... our land
to the realization that strength-nil. ; I UJO.J BI.J B| r.tual va.u -s
greatly help the nation. We mil have avoided oar ..... at
plight had there been some religious traits in those who, by their
actions, briugh about the world catfcstiophe. Hut, they were slaves
I the., greed. They worshipped Mammon instead of God. Until we
1 in uprootin these evil nclinations from the hearts of man
this earth will not become the fit place for mankind to dwell. Religion
offers the solution. It is the greatest, the most effective character
j w. have. We have but one course open-to return
to God,
Nazis Find "Midsummer Night's
Dream" Impossible Without
Mendelssohn's Muaic.
St. Petersburg
Service- at Congregation H'nai
Israel will be held at 8 o'clock on
5 evening, with Rabbi A. S.
el,I speaking on "The Deluge
and the Tower of Confusion."
The Judaic Council held its first
meeting of the season and same
was well attended. It took place
..I--. Monday evening at the con-
ition auditorium. Election of
1 .ficeis will take place at their
' meeting.
Aid Society, which will be held on
Sunday evening. October 14, at 8
o'clock at the auditorium of the
congregation, 921 .'th st., So. A
iarge attendance is expected.
RADIO
Mrs. A. Sierkese will be the
for the card party spon-
sored by the Ladies' Auxiliary and
SYNAGOG
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder
and director of the Radio Synagog.
Will preach over station WIOD it
nine o'clock on Sunday morning
on "Living a Religious Life." In
addition to the sermon there will
be prayers, music, scripture read-
ing and a question box.
Berlin- Presentation of Shake-
speare's "M i d s u m ni e r Night's
Dream" at a local theatre h
a complete failure because the pro-
dueer eliminated the famous music
.......11 for this production | |.,..
li.x Mendelssohn-Bartholdy 1
placed it by music compose,: by a
full-blooded Aryan named Neuck,
Even the Voelkische Beobachter
chief Nazi organ, admitted that
without Mendelssohn's mush "Mid-
summer Night's Dream Wa,
worthless as a musical spei
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Fric|.iy October 12, 1934
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Five
-urn
The [irst meeting of the fall
the Miami Chapter of
Ih.dassah was held at the
Mrs. I. Wolkowsky last
Monday afternoon. A program
\...lf presented with Miss Ruth
Wolkowsky playing piano sdec-
Miss Adele Segal giving
ling. A social hour followed
session. Affairs be-
red for the coming sea-
nrl tt include a membership tea
.,., 29, New Year's Eve
dsnci December 81, card party
January 22, Donor's luncheon Feb-
ruary 12, card party March 6,
Luncheon April '.i, Linen
Showei May 21. Chairmen of
committees were named
h- Mrs. .Max Dobrin, president, as
follows: Membership, -Mrs. Bar-
le; J. N. F., Mrs. Louis
School Lunches, Mrs. G.
Berlin; Infant Welfare, Mrs. Har-
ry 1. Lipton; Palestine Supplies,
Mr.-. Sam Katz; Publicity, Mrs.
Meyer Schwartz; Program, Mrs.
J. Williamson; Ways and Means,
Mrs. Sam Simonhoff, and Senior
and Junior Relations, Mrs. M.
Krieg i
*
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Forer are
being congratulated on the birth
o; a baby son last week at the
Memorial Hospital.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Becker of
Beach returned to the city
an extended visit in the
North during which time they vis-
Philadelphia, Baltimore and
Northern cities. Mr. Beck-
er i- vice-president and one of the
founders of Beth Jacob Congrega-
>n ardent supporter of
institutions of learning,
this country and abroad.
*
Florence Besvinick of
.Main Beach left for a trip which
will take her to Chicago and New
where she will be the guest
and friends.
* *
Mrs. Charles Beckwitt, the wife
Charles Beckwitt, is a pa-
the Biltmore Hospital,
underwent an operation
ndicitis last Friday.

Max Shapiro of Beth Da-
Sunday night for Toledo,
re his marriage to Miss
will be solemnized on
tfternoon, October 14.
*
Mi Larry Kay returned to the
visiting relatives and
in New York.
?
> Engler returned from
New York with friends
>-. Before going to her
ipent a week with her
and daughter, Mr. and
;,~- onard Epstein.

' ng a visit with Mr. and
'v>- Epstein, his brother, Aaron
Kin of Goldsboro, N. C,
turned to the University of
North Carolina to resume his
'" engineering. He is a
senior at the university.
*
A sweet sixteen birthday party
"'(''rating the birthday anniver-
'ar> Of Miss Jennie Spector was
st Saturday night at the
"""( f her parents. a large
Wmber of guests attended and en-
"Vtl' interesting games. The
Was beautifully decorated
for th
' event with pink and white
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ami Awning Co. Phone 2-0830
flowera and ri amerg At
" ",1'"k birthday supper was
guests
!'"' a mi(l' at a lo-
ca! theatre' in enter-
;:"""- were Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Baron, Mr. and Mrs. 1,
and Mr. and Mrs. Ju]iua s,,,,to,-.

A ...
tended i
":1"""1 was held at the home of
Rabbi David 1. R
Monday night. Plans for the rais-
i Talmud To-
ah building adjoii yna.
oi affairs will be begun si.
The first of these will be a bene-
fit dance at the Pier, Miami Beach,
on Sunday evenin,
full details of which will a
in an early announ :ement.

A dessert bridge, which prom-
to be one of the outstanding
| events of the early season, will be
held at the New Englander Inn.
112th st. and Washington ave.,
Miami Beach, for the benefit cf
the Jewish Welfare Bureau, with
Mrs. Joseph N. Muni- as the host-
<-;. The public is urged to at-
tend, as all the proceeds will be
use.I for the welfare work of the
organization. The event will take
place Tuesday. October 16, at
12:30 p. m.

The Beth David Sisterhood will
hold a meeting of its Board of Dm
rectors at a luncheon next Wednes-
day. October IT, a< noon in the
Talmud Torah Hall. This will be
followed by a general meeting of
the entire membership at 2 p. m.,
which all members are request-
attend.
The formal opening tea for the
fail season for the Junior Council
of Jewish Women will be held on
Sunday. October 14, In the lounge
of the Everglades Hotel at 2:30
]i. in., when a program on which
i' number of local celebrities will
appear1 to entertain the guests will
be presented. All arc asked
tend.
*
Th,. Girls' Division J the Young
Men's Hebrew Association is plan-
mi':' a gala affair for the evening
o'' Halloween Wednesday, Oi
31, according to an announcement
by the committee in charge Danc-
.iid entertainment will be pro-
vided for those attending. in
charge are Misses Shirley Klkin.
nan. Evelyn Marks and Char-
lotte Furman.
Mrs l I rtkoff, a daugh-
lei of Mr. and Mrs. <',. Ginsburg of
I mut Grove, is at the Victoria
Hospital, where she un :
i,P ration las! Tuesday. She is
resting nicely and is now recuper-
ating.
*
A business scholarship for a de-
serving Jewish girl is still avail-
able, according to an announce-
ment by Mrs. Ida Optner, chair-
man of the Scholarship Fund of
t'ue Senior Council of Jewish Wom-
en. Those interested are urged
to communicate with Mrs. Optner
immediately.
*
A committee consisting of Mes-
dameg b. Chertkoff, L Silverman
and Henry Seitlin is sponsoring a
benefit bridge for a family in dis-
tress at the clubrooms of the
Young Men's Hebrew Association,
S. W. 16th ave. and 5th st., on
Monday evening. October 29th.

Mrs. M. Bass of New York ar-
rived here Thursday morning and
[, visiting her son-in-law and
daughter. Rabbi ami Mrs. -lulius
Washer.
HOY SCOUT NEWS
TROOP li
The first Parents' Night meel-
gan with the pledge of alle-
giance ''V the Scouts and parents,
led by Officer-of-the-Day Bob Lev-
in. Troop inspection was conduct-
ed by Mr. A. s. Macfarlane, our
xecutive, Mr. I. Levin and
Dr I". Core! of the troop eommit-
tee, accompanied by Mr. Lefkowitz
and hi.- assistant .
Bernard Miller of New York at-
i' i"|e,l his first meeting and was
temporarily placed in the Alliga-
I Patrol, a- was Harold Suss-
I'K.n, a member of a Brooklyn cub-
pack, another new recruit.
It was announced that only
ranking second class or
higher would see service from the
troop nt ion. including besides the
leaders of the troop, Bob Levin,
Ji hn Kronenfeld, Peritz Schein-
. Charles Safer, Jack Seitlin.
Llnier Spector and Roy Mechlo-
witz.
Mr. Macfarlane gave a talk on
what work the Scouts will handle
during the Legion Convention.
Mr. Levin of the troop commit-
tec spoke next, stressing anew the
nted of complete co-operation on
the part of the parents. Dr. Coret
told of the manner in which scout-
iri" aids the boy in selecting a fu-
ture vocation through the Merit
Badge work.
Following the business meeting
several games were played.
JACKIE SEITLIN,
Reporter.
West Palm Beach
Mrs. Sam Berner, a former res-
ident of this city, is visiting her
daughter here and meeting old
iriends.
poned because of the open meet-
ing to be held the following Sun-
day.
Beth El Sisterhood conducted a
successful rummage sale last Fri-
day and the past Monday with
Mesdamcs R. Samuels and A.
Sihutzer in charge.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Cohen have
returned after attending the mar-
riage of their son, Mr. Arnold Co-
hen, to Miss Mae Ro-enthal,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .1. Ros-
enthal of Miami, Fla. With them
were their children, Mrs. Newton
Levy and Mr. Julian Cohen, who
acted as best man for his brother.
(Continued on Page 6)
Mrs. John W'oll is confined to
he- home because of illness.
Tampa Notes
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Opper an-
nounced the marriage of their
daughter, Miss Rose Opper, to Mr.
Harry L. Opper of Cleveland,
Ohio, in Chicago, September 18.
Announcement of the marriage
came as a surprise to the many
friends of the bride. She left
Tampa several months ago to be
maid of honor at the marriage of
her brother, Jack Opper, to Miss
Lillian Simon, daughter of Mrs.
O. Simon of Chicago.
The bride was a graduate of
Hillsborough High school 1981
class, and a member of the Tampa
chf.pter of the Eastern Star. Mr.
and Mrs. Opper will reside in
Cleveland, where Mr. Opper is en-
gaged in business.
Mrs. B. Wax and daughters,
Ethel and Edith, and son, Charles,
returned to the city after spend-
ing the entire summer in Maine.
Because of failing health Mr. H.
Gold, president of Beth El Con-
ition, was voted a leave of
absence from his official duties.
Registration for the Sunday
and Hebrew school of Beth
El Congregation will be held at
the synagogue this Sunday morn-
ing, when the first Sunday school
classes will begin.
An open meeting of the Jews
of West Palm Beach and surround-
ing cities, sponsored by the local
B'nai B'rith Lodge, originally
scheduled for this coming Sunday,
h is been postponed to Sunday eve-
ning. October 21, because of the
absence from the city of some id"
its officer-. The meeting will be
held at the Dixie Gardens and a
delegation from the Miami Lodge
of B'nai B'rith is expected to at-
tend.
Plans for a halloween costume
tall to be given by the Merry Fel-
hws of the Y. M. H. A. October
30, have been announced. Tin
dance will be held in the ballroom
of the Y. M. H. A., which will be
elaborately decorated as a "ghost
house." Manuel Sanchez' orches-
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Friday night services at Beth
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begin at 8 o'clock. Rabbi Carl S.
Herman officiates and preaches a
seimon of timely interest. The
T.mpl.' quartet sings the tradi-
tional music.
Congregation Beth El will hold
services tonight at 8:15 at Beth
El Synagogue, with Rabbi I. W.
Muskat in charge.
The regular meeting of the lo-
cal B'nai B'rith Lodge, scheduled
for October 15, has been post-
For Awnings call Kraft
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Page Six
THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN
Friday, October 12,
QUESTIONS
and
ANSWERS
q. i- marriage a sacrament ac-
ng to Jewish law?
A. To the l^'ws marriage is
both a sacrament ami a civil con-
tract. The term "Kiddushin"
(sanctification), by which the act
marriage is designated in rab-
binical writings, points to the rev-
this ceremony was
;. Marriage was the symbol
f ,, uentlj i mployed to designate
relation between God and Is-
rael. Since marriage is also a
act, it is customary
idox .K-w- to read a
"Ketuba mtract)
Wfd mony, when the groom

ns which thej a ful-
mship.
law permil
nsenl of
: ry when
tlv .. Thi : vorce is
givei
:n the Shulchan
de of .aw-.
l>ui these ai
by the rabbis. In all counl
..! laws n
ag< aa well as
?, faith.
ii -tark, rich, human aspects. An
actual operation scene is pictured
in vivid detail, not morbidly, but
as an education in the procedure
o>' medicine a- well as in the un-
derstanding of basic human emo-
tions and instincts.
(lark Gable and Myrna l.oy are
teamed, for the first time in
Incomparable Norma Shearer BCreen history, in the leading roles.
reaps new laurels as the gilded U, is a doctor, in love with his
heroine of "Riptide," her glamor- profession, but also in love with
i uv new Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer an heiressan heiress who can't
tarring vehicle, which is playing
at the Tivoli Theater next Sunday
anc Monday.
In a daring role reminiscent of
her triumphs in "Divorcee,"
"Strangers May Kiss" and "A Free
Soul." Miss shearer plays the part
.; Ladj Rexford, an American girl
whi married a title and found, to
UK14
chwartz, Fred Leboi, Sal-bury, bptndfalg a very pleasant Week-end
A. Polick and Mrs. Maurice Stein, at Miami and Miami Beach. They
also attended the wedding of MU.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wittncr Mae Uosenthal to Mr. Arnold (V
hav. returned to the city after her of Tampa.
understand the inhuman demands
u.' his profession.
iiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiii......mini......iiiiiniii
Tampa Notes
.....ii.....111111 n i 11 i.....iiiimiiimi
(Continued rrom Page 5)
tra will provide music for danc
ing, which will begin at l" o'clock.
In charge of arrangements are Mr.
Sol Fleischman, Mr. Fred Toller,
Mr. Nat Rabinovich and Mr.
Adolph Weil. Plans are also un-
v way for the club's third an-
nual Thanksgiving dance to be
held November ii'.'. Mr. Juli
M rman, Lou Simovitz and Dr.
Leon Schwartz are in charge of
arrangements for this affair.
Q. ( it -he had sacrificed
maid at a Protestant md good times she
the Church d -"' well.
in her hou
A. The Inland Cath Spo- a former New
, answers this question j ... ... niutiva-
as follows: You are in error when ...... romantic
. say that the Church does not ., which the film story
....- between Prof-
it Protestants enter a
marriage and without violation of
the laws of God or nature, their
marriage is a valid marriage. The
laws of the Church apply only

"Men in White," which plays
and Monday at the Seventh
. Theatre, brings not only
a romantic new emotional team
when one or both of the parties i0 the screen, but also one of the
is a Catholic. It is not necessarily | n,0st dramatic stories ever filmed,
wrong to be witness at a Protes-1 For thi first time the profes-
tant wedding, though condition f medicine i- revealed in all
might make it wrong. | ^________________
________ l "
I
At the regular monthly meet-
the Ladies' Auxiliary of
Rodoph Sholom Temple last Thurs-
da> afternoon plans were ma b
fol the coming year and for the
ation of the seventeenth
! rthda} anniversary of the aux-
liary, October 23. Miss Marga-
Stone, local director of the
c, Scouts, gave a short talk on
tl e work done by that organiza-
i ;.,- for the year
linted by the president,
Mrs. A. R. Berger, with the fol-
|Awing rmen: Mrs. I. Segall,
social service; Mrs. lien Haimo-
vitz, schools and education; Mrs.
Maurice Stein, publicity; Mrs.
George K hill, hospitality; Mrs. S.
.1. Chaite, membership and dues;
Mrs, S. Mark.- and Mrs. A. M.
Wolfson, ways and means; Mrs
I. Wohl, civic co-operation; Mrs.
Leo Chardkoff, sick and condol-
ence; Mrs. I. Abramovitz, tele-
phone, and Miss Clara Wohl, house
and cemetery. New members join-
ing the auxiliary at this meeting
wen Mesdames M. Haimovitz,
Russell Bernheim. F. Berlman, M.
Q. Do Protestants favor the
teaching of the Bible in the pub-
schools?
A. No single individual or or-
ganization is competent to speak
foi Protestants on such a point.
None would favor the teaching
Bibb- in the sense "f the in-
terpretation of its contents. Many,
<> ubtless, would like the Bibl.
be read in the public with-
ou: comment and some would fa-
voi its study as literature togeth-
er with other literature. In g
eral, Prol gnize, though
many ma re, the difficult
in the way i f any use of the Bible
in the pub'. .rur-
ally pluralistic society and believe
them to be insuperable. They
would not v. ,: to
attempt to impose their culture
upon other citizens who do
8! are it. nor to violate the | -
of the complete n of
Church and State.
For Awnings call Kraft
Miami Awning Co. Phone 2-0830
For Awnings rail Kraft
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t ',<* • i f. Page Six THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN Friday, October 12, QUESTIONS and ANSWERS Q. imarriage a sacrament acng to Jewish law? A. To the •l^'ws marriage is both a sacrament ami a civil contract. The term "Kiddushin" (sanctification), by which the act marriage is designated in rabbinical writings, points to the revthis ceremony was ; Marriage was the symbol f ,, uentlj i mployed to designate relation between God and Israel. Since marriage is also a act, it is customary idox .K-wto read a "Ketuba mtract) W fd %  mony, when the groom %  %  ns which thej a fulmship. law permil nsenl of : ry when tlv .. Thi : vorce is givei :n the Shulchan de of .aw-. l>ui these ai by the rabbis. In all counl ..! laws n ag< aa well as ?, faith. ii -tark, rich, human aspects. An actual operation scene is pictured in vivid detail, not morbidly, but as an education in the procedure o>' medicine awell as in the understanding of basic human emotions and instincts. (lark Gable and Myrna l.oy are teamed, for the first time in Incomparable Norma Shearer BCreen history, in the leading roles. reaps new laurels as the gilded U, is a doctor, in love with his heroine of "Riptide," her glamorprofession, but also in love with i uv new Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer an heiress—an heiress who can't tarring vehicle, which is playing at the Tivoli Theater next Sunday anc Monday. In a daring role reminiscent of her triumphs in "Divorcee," "Strangers May Kiss" and "A Free Soul." Miss shearer plays the part .; Ladj Rexford, an American girl whi married a title and found, to UK14 chwartz, Fred Leboi, %  Sal-bury, bptndfalg a very pleasant Week-end A. Polick and Mrs. Maurice Stein, at Miami and Miami Beach. They • • • also attended the wedding of MU. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wittncr Mae Uosenthal to Mr. Arnold (V hav. returned to the city after her of Tampa. understand the inhuman demands u.' his profession. iiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiii mini iiiiiniii Tampa Notes II 111111 n %  i %  %  11 %  • %  i iiiimiiimi (Continued rrom Page 5) tra will provide music for danc ing, which will begin at l" o'clock. In charge of arrangements are Mr. Sol Fleischman, Mr. Fred Toller, Mr. Nat Rabinovich and Mr. Adolph Weil. Plans are also unv way for the club's third annual Thanksgiving dance to be held November ii'.'. Mr. Juli M rman, Lou Simovitz and Dr. Leon Schwartz are in charge of arrangements for this affair. Q. ( it -he had sacrificed maid at a Protestant md good times she the Church d -"' well. in her hou A. The Inland Cath Spoa former New answers this question j ... ... niutivaas follows: You are in error when ...... romantic say that the Church does not ., w hich the film story ....%  between Profit Protestants enter a marriage and without violation of the laws of God or nature, their marriage is a valid marriage. The laws of the Church apply only "Men in White," which plays and Monday at the Seventh .• Theatre, brings not only a romantic new emotional team when one or both of the parties i 0 the screen, but also one of the is a Catholic. It is not necessarily | n 0 st dramatic stories ever filmed, wrong to be witness at a Protes-1 For thi first time the profestant wedding, though condition f medicine irevealed in all might make it wrong. | ^ l I At the regular monthly meet• the Ladies' Auxiliary of Rodoph Sholom Temple last Thursda> afternoon plans were ma b fol the coming year and for the ation of the seventeenth rthda} anniversary of the auxliary, October 23. Miss Marga• • Stone, local director of the c, Scouts, gave a short talk on tl e work done by that organizai ;••.,for the year linted by the president, Mrs. A. R. Berger, with the fol|Awing rmen: Mrs. I. Segall, social service; Mrs. lien Haimovitz, schools and education; Mrs. Maurice Stein, publicity; Mrs. George K hill, hospitality; Mrs. S. .1. Chaite, membership and dues; Mrs, S. Mark.and Mrs. A. M. Wolfson, ways and means; Mrs I. Wohl, civic co-operation; Mrs. Leo Chardkoff, sick and condolence; Mrs. I. Abramovitz, telephone, and Miss Clara Wohl, house and cemetery. New members joining the auxiliary at this meeting wen Mesdames M. Haimovitz, Russell Bernheim. F. Berlman, M. Q. Do Protestants favor the teaching of the Bible in the pubschools? A. No single individual or organization is competent to speak foi Protestants on such a point. None would favor the teaching Bibbin the sense "f the interpretation of its contents. Many, <>• ubtless, would like the Bibl. be read in the public withou: comment and some would favoi its study as literature together with other literature. In g eral, Prol gnize, though many ma re, the difficult • in the way i f any use of the Bible in the pub'. .rurally pluralistic society and believe them to be insuperable. They would not v. ,: to attempt to impose their culture upon other citizens who do 8! are it. nor to violate the | of the complete n of Church and State. For Awnings call Kraft Miami Awning Co. Phone 2-0830 For Awnings rail Kraft Miami Awning Co. Phone 2-0830 NOW OPEN BISHOP & BLAIR'S New Grill and Bar 224-230 West Flagler Street Of Course WE ARE OPEN ALL NIGHT ALTAIAN'S HOTEL S07 SIXTH AVE. ASBURY PARK, N. J. Tel. 1467 or 3415 Situated in the finest section of Asbury Park near the Boardwalk. Modern in every respect. All sports. Dietary laws observed. Moderate .-ates. Open all year. TivaLi m *,.-. Sl4l ud :M P.M. 2c till 6:3*—Evening Me Matinee* Satarday aad Sunday Continuous 2 to 11 Sunday-Monday, Oct. n-l"> NOIIMA SHEARER HERBERT MARSHALL Riptide CALL 2-5607 FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION GREYHOUND BUS DEPOT .MIAMI BEACH, 516 Washington Avenut — Phone .1-1812 (OKAI. GABLES, 2202 Ponce de Leon Bird—Phone Bvgr. 1136 Miami—200 N. E. First Street—Phone 2-5607 KITCHENS DO GET DIRTY. AND SOME KITCHENS HAVE SOOTY WALLS AND BLACKENED POTS AND PANS! IN YOUR KITCHEN! In the all-electric kitchen there is no soot, and pans stay bright for years. The heat of electric cookery is as clean as concentrated sunshine and the electric water heater leaves no tell-tale trail of dirt outlined against the kitchen wall. The tin box or the jelly glass on the stove that used to catch some of the burnt matches has no place in the electric kitchen. And what could be cleaner, or easier to keep clean, than the gleaming white finish of the modern electric refrigerator? There's certainly no argument about it... electric cookery, refrigeration and water heating mean cleanliness in your kitchen. HOME OWNERS! Do you know ihll, in "' modeling your home unJ die Nationil M %  > %  "? *": you miymcluJc wiring"* othet permanently ta*£ clcitriul equipment' You m,y obtain the nu.n.r f.ora local banks an.l <•''"• moneylcnJin P a ,


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Fric| iy October 12, 1934 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Five -urn The [irst meeting of the fall the Miami Chapter of Ih.dassah was held at the Mrs. I. Wolkowsky last Monday afternoon. A program \... lf presented with Miss Ruth Wolkowsky playing piano sdecMiss Adele Segal giving ling. A social hour followed session. Affairs bered for the coming seanrl tt include a membership tea .,., 29, New Year's Eve dsnci %  December 81, card party January 22, Donor's luncheon February 12, card party March 6, Luncheon April '.i, Linen Showei May 21. Chairmen of committees were named hMrs. .Max Dobrin, president, as follows: Membership, -Mrs. Barle; J. N. F., Mrs. Louis School Lunches, Mrs. G. Berlin; Infant Welfare, Mrs. Harry 1. Lipton; Palestine Supplies, Mr.-. Sam Katz; Publicity, Mrs. Meyer Schwartz; Program, Mrs. J. Williamson; Ways and Means, Mrs. Sam Simonhoff, and Senior and Junior Relations, Mrs. M. Krieg i • • Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Forer are being congratulated on the birth o; a baby son last week at the Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Becker of Beach returned to the city an extended visit in the North during which time they visPhiladelphia, Baltimore and Northern cities. Mr. Becker ivice-president and one of the founders of Beth Jacob Congrega>n ardent supporter of institutions of learning, this country and abroad. Florence Besvinick of .Main Beach left for a trip which will take her to Chicago and New where she will be the guest %  and friends. Mrs. Charles Beckwitt, the wife Charles Beckwitt, is a pathe Biltmore Hospital, underwent an operation ndicitis last Friday. • • • Max Shapiro of Beth DaSunday night for Toledo, re his marriage to Miss will be solemnized on tfternoon, October 14. Mi Larry Kay returned to the visiting relatives and in New York. &f • > Engler returned from New York with friends %  >-. Before going to her ipent a week with her and daughter, Mr. and ;, ~!• %  onard Epstein. • • • ng a visit with Mr. and %  '• v> Epstein, his brother, Aaron Kin of Goldsboro, N. C, turned to the University of North Carolina to resume his '" engineering. He is a senior at the university. • A sweet sixteen birthday party "'(''rating the birthday anniver' ar > Of Miss Jennie Spector was st Saturday night at the """( „f her parents A large Wmber of guests attended and en•" %  Vtl interesting games. The Was beautifully decorated for th event with pink and white For Awnings call Kraft ami Awning Co. Phone 2-0830 flowera and ri amerg At 1 '" k birthday supper was guests '"' a mi(l at a loca theatre in enter; : """were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Baron, Mr. and Mrs. 1, and Mr. and Mrs. J u ] iua s ,,,,to,-. • • • A ... tended i : 1 """ 1 was held at the home of Rabbi David 1. R Monday night. Plans for the raisi Talmud To%  ah building adjoii yna oi affairs will be begun si. The first of these will be a benefit dance at the Pier, Miami Beach, on Sunday evenin, full details of which will a in an early announ :ement. • • A dessert bridge, which promto be one of the outstanding | events of the early season, will be held at the New Englander Inn. 112th st. and Washington ave., Miami Beach, for the benefit cf the Jewish Welfare Bureau, with Mrs. Joseph N. Munias the host< %  -;. The public is urged to attend, as all the proceeds will be use. I for the welfare work of the organization. The event will take place Tuesday. October 16, at 12:30 p. m. • • The Beth David Sisterhood will hold a meeting of its Board of DM rectors at a luncheon next Wednesday. October IT, a< noon in the Talmud Torah Hall. This will be followed by a general meeting of the entire membership at 2 p. m., which all members are requestattend. The formal opening tea for the fail season for the Junior Council of Jewish Women will be held on Sunday. October 14, In the lounge of the Everglades Hotel at 2:30 ]i. in., when a program on which i' number of local celebrities will appear 1 to entertain the guests will be presented. All arc asked • tend. • Th,. Girls' Division J the Young Men's Hebrew Association is planmi':' a gala affair for the evening o'' Halloween Wednesday, Oi 31, according to an announcement by the committee in charge Danc.iid entertainment will be provided for those attending. in charge are Misses Shirley Klkin. •nan. Evelyn Marks and Charlotte Furman. Mrs l I rtkoff, a daughlei of Mr. and Mrs. < %  ',. Ginsburg of I mut Grove, is at the Victoria Hospital, where she un : i,P ration las! Tuesday. She is resting nicely and is now recuperating. • • A business scholarship for a deserving Jewish girl is still available, according to an announcement by Mrs. Ida Optner, chairman of the Scholarship Fund of t'ue Senior Council of Jewish Women. Those interested are urged to communicate with Mrs. Optner immediately. • A committee consisting of Mesdameg B. Chertkoff, L Silverman and Henry Seitlin is sponsoring a benefit bridge for a family in distress at the clubrooms of the Young Men's Hebrew Association, S. W. 16th ave. and 5th st., on Monday evening. October 29th. • • • Mrs. M. Bass of New York arrived here Thursday morning and [, visiting her son-in-law and daughter. Rabbi ami Mrs. -lulius Washer. HOY SCOUT NEWS TROOP li The first Parents' Night meelgan with the pledge of allegiance ''V the Scouts and parents, led by Officer-of-the-Day Bob Levin. Troop inspection was conducted by Mr. A. s. Macfarlane, our xecutive, Mr. I. Levin and Dr I". Core! of the troop eommittee, accompanied by Mr. Lefkowitz and hi.assistant Bernard Miller of New York ati' i"|e,l his first meeting and was temporarily placed in the AlligaI Patrol, awas Harold SussI'K.n, a member of a Brooklyn cubpack, another new recruit. 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priday. Octobw 12, 1984 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Roehm's Successor PUBLISHED BVBR1 lldim JKWISII FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO P. O. Il„, ZI7J Miami, I'lorida EDITORIAL HI l n is M l g, w llth Avenue J l.OHS SII.K RET, Editor KKKl) h. BHOCHET, ClrculMion Mmntgt, CANTOR BORIS SCHLAl HM.w Field Representative Phone 2-l)h:{ PkOM 2-1133 econd elan matter July I. mso, ;,i n.,. p.. under the Act ol M h 3, WKS'I i 1 M.M BEACH SA \I1 I. SCHUTZER r tentative ORLANDO [RENE BRAVERMAN Representative ST. I'BTERSBI RG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN K | %  IA.M|'.\ MRS M. H. KISLER utive WEST FLORIDA III SINESS WENT S. G. AROSON 420!) Central Av •., Tampa, Fla Sii Monlhi llnr Vfr SUBSCRIPTION S l.0 J2.0J Vol. 7—No. II FRIDAY GCTOBER 12, 1934 ; RELIGION Y OI can talk about your churches, your dogmas, sects and creeds; you can : lumb'e prayers and praises as you count your blessed be. ds; you can go to church on Sunday, and moan and shout and wail: you can toss your dimes and jitnevs in the contrib lion -ail. you can groan "amen" to everything the parsoi -. chance to say; you can hod your brea'.h until vou choki while the deacons kneel to pray; you can take in all the rifles, (he revivals and bazaars—but thee thin '• I'ntermyer protests against SUlh a trade agreement. He points For some time now many of us have been wondering who would replace the late but not lamented Captain Roehm in the somewhat irregular affections of Reichchanlellor Hitler. When Roehm was liquidated, Hitler's own alter ego was cut off from him. How lonK, asked, could the Fuehrer stand Recently bits of gossip eniently floated across the Atlantic to the effect that Herr Hitler had been paying considerable attention to a young lady, an actress, and a half-Jewess to boot. Il is unusual enough for the BiOdei pot of Germany to be as%  oidated with members of the opposite sex. Well do we recall the to-do that the routine etiquette of honoring the niece of Richard Wagner created at the Baireuth festival more than a year ago. It was discovered later that the inwas a carefully planned scene in order to give the lie to l I.I widely current reports of hon sexual tendencies in the high command of the Nazi organization. The reported rumors linking Hitler to Leni Riefensthal, beautiful young film producer and actress, are spontaneous as the Nazi ilute in a concentration camp. Tluy are so obviously of whole c. ith that we can hear the ereakii g of the propaganda machinery. The hope that one rumor, judiciously dramatized and distributed, could kill two facts namely Hitler's inherent hatred of the Jews and his avoidance of female society— is another bit of evidence sf how bankrupt has become the Ministry of Enlightenment strategy. Orlando Notes Mrs. S. Small of Savannah, Ga., visiting here. Mrs. M. Safer and son, Edwin, returned from Jacksonville, where Edwin underwent a tonsilectomy. Orlando Lodge of B'nai B'rith held an important meeting last Wednesday and plans for a meni! i -hip drive in connection with the celebration of Alfred M. Cohen's 76th birthday were disi issed, out that it would be impossible to overcome "the righteous, count r j w ide trade resistance against (iei man goods."' He passionately dies out that "outraged Catholics, Protestants, Jew-, labor unions and Women cannot be compelled to buy G( iman goods." Mr. I'ntermyer, wi,o know.a lot about intcina. .HUM. in and economics, de( i t hat the United states is the in the antiNazi boycott. He Bl resses the fact that to do busiwith Naziland would be to throw good money after bad. Sam i! I'ntermyer knows whereof he speaks. His warning should !,. heeded by Washington. PresiK e velt would lose much of the admiration and love he SO eminently deserves if he were to ,..,,„,. the feelings of a great ma,,,, tj 0 f Amrican citizens and ,tretch out a helping hand to a government that sponsors every human principle which he him at It disown-. Miss Lucille Baner was admitted to membership In the 101 Club at its last meeting. Miss Leah Epstein of Pittaburgh, Pa., will make her home In re, being tin training at the ('range General Hospital. Nat Berman is in New York on a business trip. Mr. and -Mrs. A. F. Stone retirncd after an extended visit through the New England states. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Boolos, the latter a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. Solomon of this city, retained to their home after a visit with their parents. Milton Wjildman, grandson of .Mrs. I.. SwartZWald, celebrated his Bar Mitzva last Tuesday morning at the Synagogue. Rev. B. Snfer was in charge. The GLOOM CHASER A radio comic is sued by his "continuity author" for back pay. What's the statute of limitations on a gag first committed in .In '90s? A new military gas may be exploded by a shake of the hand. This should kill off many politicians and thus make for a speedypeace. "Astronomers' records show no authentic instance of anyone being struck down by a meteor." This is either sheer luck or pretty fielding. An Indiana farmer turned up at an AAA office for his hog cheek, although he never raised a hog in his life. He just took it for gi unled. Half our troubles are the offsprings of fear. The man whose bluff is not sometimes called never existed. Don't think a man is foolish because he thinks you are. Good advice is well enough in its way, but a hungry man can't make a satisfactory meal on it. Every time a man gets it in the neck he realizes how little he amounts to. It is lucky for some people that a!! collectors are not so troublesome with their bills as mosquitoes are. Science says that the common bou.-el'ly can make 1100 strokes with its wings in a second, but the pesky thing never does it when it has a chance to loaf around on a man's bald spot. Mrs. Pester If there's anything you can do that 1 can't do quite as well I'd like to have you name it. Her Husband—Well, not to mention my graceful manner of scratching matches, I'd like to see you hang all your clothes on one small nail in the closet. Relief is available in a new quarter, if we can believe the fouryear old. Back from her first session at Sunday school, she says "they passed the money around." The teacher was explaining the phenomenon of protective coloration. "Animals." she said, "in order to protect themselves from other animals, often take on the color of their surroundings." Little Abie jumped up excitedly. "My father does the same thing!" he cried. "What do you mean—your fail.ei '.'" asked the teacher suspiciously. "Well," said Abie, "when he conies home late, and finds my mother sitting up waiting for him. hit face becomes white, like the wall." A substitute teacher was sent to a large industrial school to replace one who had been given a '.tave of absence. The substitute had been warned to speak slowly and distinctly in one of the classes, becau e of the presence of a deaf mute who was learning to read lips. When the teacher began his new duties, he forget whether the deaf mute was in the first period class or the second. So he called little Isidor up to him and whispered: "Who in this class is deaf and dumb?" Isidor frowned in puzzlement for a moment and then answered: "None of us are deaf." Patient—Is the operation really -o dangerous, doctor? Doctor—Only one case in four is a success. Patient—Oh. horrors! Then I am at raid to go through with it. Doctor—No, you mustn't worry. You are really a lucky fellow; the last three cases I handled were failures! Brown—I have just one aim in lite. Hekkers—To acquire a couple of millions? Brown—No; I want to live so that my sweetheart will say, "There goes a man 1 might have married." Irate Father—How was it, young man, that you were kissing my daughter—answer me—how was it ? Young Man—Grand! Jackie always had a cold and his nose was always running. His Sunday school teacher kept on telling him to wipe his nose. One Sunday morning his teacher asked him: "Do you remember how the Bible describes the idols?" Jackie was not sure and the teacher helped him along, "They have eyes but see not, ears but hear not, noses but ." "Now I remember, teacher," shouted Jackie, "they have noses but wipe them not." The Boss—Hey! What you doin' to my dog? The Efficiency Expert—I have just figured out the number of foot-pounds of energy he is wasting in wagging his tail, so I am attaching his tail to this small motor. A few kind words will furnish the fuel. Grinn—I ,like cheerfulness. I aomire anyone who sings at his work. Barrett—How you must love a mosquito! Mrs. Innit—Don't you like my waists cut low? Friend Husband—Sure! I like 'em cut from $9.98 to $1.98. Julian sent his first novel to a publisher. The book was titled "Why Am I Living?" In a week he received the manuscript back, with the following note from the editor: i^'Under separate cover I am returning your manuscript, 'Why Am I Living?' The answer to that question is simple: Because you did not bring it in personally." June—What! Is he really a birdman ? Mae—Yes. If he isn't a "jay" I never saw one.



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Page Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, October 12, \^ { I • : J r About two hundred quests attended the reception tendered to Rabbi and Mrs. Julius Washer by the Ladies' Auxiliary and the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation last Sunday night at its synagogue in celebration of their recent marriage. Rabbis Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan, Samuel M. Machtei, David I. Roscnbloom and Rabbi Julius Washer were grouped on the upper Bimah of the Synagogue, together with Mr, A. Jacobs, the oldest member of the congregation; Cantor Boris Schlachman, Mr. Milton Weiner, president of the congregation and the chairman of the evening. On the lower Bimah were seated Mrs. Jacob II. Kaplan, Mrs. s. M. Machtei, Mrs. David I. Rosenbloom and Mrs. Julius Washer. A long table beautifully decorated with cut flowers and ferns was heavily laden with goodies of all kinds, with a large decorated wedding cake as the centerpiece. Beginning with a brief address by the chairman, in which he thanked the members of the ladies' and men's committees for their work in arranging the affair, Rabbi S. M. Machtei was introduced and spoke, concluding with congratulations and best wishes to the guests of honor. Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom, half of himself and his congregation, ike and extended felicitations. Cantor Boris Schlachman sang a number of Hebrew and Yiddish melodies, following which Mr. Joseph Greenberg gave a declamation and reading in Yiddish. Mr. Milton Weiner. president of %  .. and Mrs. J. Louis Shochet, president of the Ladies' Auxiliary, spok ffered congratul • active support and assistance t Buesl .. Rabbi Jac li in then -poke Bs the Miam Rabi-.nate and congratulated the Drevitch, chairman, was assisted guests. Mr. Abram Jacobs, the by Messrs. Max Mintzer, Max Rapoldest member of the congregai'aport and other members of the tion, spoke briefly, Rave friendly Board of Directors and officers of advice to the young married couthe congregation. pie as coming from the oldest married couple, and together with Mrs. Seymour Optner, the son of Mrs. .la.obs then presented to Rabbi Ida M. Optner of this city, is a and Mrs. Washer on behalf of the member of the staff of the new Ladies' Auxiliary and the congrePonce de Leon High school publigation, a gift of a beautiful radio, cation. Mr. J. Louis Shochet presided during the ceremonies and introduced Miss Natalie Pallott returned to .Mrs. Washer, who responded thcity after a visit to Springbriefly and thanked all for their field, Mass.. where she spent the interest and cordial welcome to summer. Miami. Rabbi Julius Washer was the last speaker of the evening Mr. and Mrs. Leo Portnoff have and in a brief, heartfelt address a! rived in Miami and are guests expressed the thanks of his wife of Dr. and Mrs. M. D. Kirsch. Mr. and himself to the congregation, Portnoff will be in charge of masit j ladies' Auxiliary and the entei violin classes at the Univertire gathering for the reception sity of Miami Conservatory of Muaccorded him and for the pledges sic at Miami Beach. of BUpport which they had made. Following the ceremonies the enMr.-. Lee Weiner and daughter, tire gathering stood while Rabbi Barbara, will return to the city Jacob II. Kaplan of Temple Israel first recited a blessing over wine, and together with the other Rabbis present, drank a toast to Rabbi and Mrs. Washer. Tele1'iams of congratulation were received from Mr. Philip Berkowitz, treasurer of the congregation, who :.now in New York City; the Young Men'Hebrew Association of Miami, and Rabbi Max Shaf Beth David Congregation, who was unable to attend. Ice cream, cake, wine and punch were then served to all present, after which all 'were invited to help themselves of the fruits, candies and other goodies provided on the large serving table arranged in the vestry rooms, in charge of arrangements were Mrs, Philip Berkowitz, chairman of the Ladies' O mmittee, who was assisted by Mi -dame.Max Weinberger, Moses Pallott. T. Silver. Many Shulman. Tina Kotkin, Nat Blumberg, II;l ra< get and J. L. shochet. %  half of the men. Mr. II. .M. Junior misses know less hat more chic 3.98 Every scrap of felt every artful twist brazen quill or demure veil tells a story of fashion to enchant junior wearers. Handblocked turbans, tricornes, and brims, of petite proportions. FOURTH I u Bur dines tomorrow after an absence of several months spent visiting relatives and friends in Hartford and other Northern cities. • Rabbi B. I). Mindel officiated at the Bris of the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Muller last Sunday at their home. • • • According to an announcement from the Miami Alumni of the Tau Kpsilon Phi at the University of Florida, the following pledges were recently named: Miami: Bernie Frank, Seymour Miller, Art Kahn, Art Shandloff, Jerome Weinkle, Aaron Goldenblank, Ike Gordon, • iii.-on Blatt, Sandy Bronstein, Bernard Kahn, Dennis Quittner, Louis Seitlin, Billy Homa; West Palm Beach: Moe Schuppler and M. A brain.-: IVn-aeoia: Pete Greenblatt; Jacksonville: Martin Sctzer; Gainesville: Robert Robbins; Ocala: Harold Feinberg; New Jersey; Herman Pishbein and Harold Feinberg; Orlando: Morton Levy. Myer Segal, Joe Wittenstein; Sarasota: Sam (hilk and Nal Gold. • Mrs. Beatrice Sbaff Finn and Mr.-. Rae Prank will be hostesses at a benefit card party at the home of Mrs. Finn, 319 X. E. 25th -;.. next Wednesday evening, October 17. for the benefit of the Loyalty Club of Fmunah Chapter, <). K. S. Prizes will be awarded foi high scores and refreshments will be served. The public is invited to alt.'lid. Thi Ladie,' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation is sponsoring a benefit bridge next Tuesday evening, October 16, for the benefit of its Talmud Torah Fund at the home of Mrs. Moses Pallott, 136 N. W. loth ave., with Mrs. Pallott and Mr Mor,,. Kotkin as the hostesses. Prizes will be awarded for high scores and refreshments will b< served. The public is invited to attend. • • An important meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation was he'd at the Synagogue last Tuesday ni K ht when plans for the coming season were discussed. Details and a schedule of events will be announced in our next week's issue. Following the business meeting a social hour was had and refreshments were served. Rabbi Julius Washer spoke briefly rerarding the work of the Talmud Torah and Sunday school. Pink, white and green colors were featured in the decorations of the birthday party of Carol Jane Wolpert, given recently at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Wolpert, 2144 S. W. Sixth st. Games of all kinds were enjoyed and favors were given— dolls for the girls and airplanes for the boy.-. The table was centered with a huge decorated birthday cake, topped with five candles, representing the age of the honor guest. Twelve children were present. Invitations have been issued for the formal bridge and reception to be given by Junior Hadassah at 8 )>. m. October 16 at the Robert Clay Hotel. Miss Beady Goldenblank, Miss Pauline Lasky and Mi-.Ida Safer are in charge of arrangements. Guests will be reCtrived by Miss Hana Mack, president. A musical program will be presented, with readings and dancing numbers. The first week in December, Junior Hadassah will present its BCCOnd annual play under the di11 cti >n 1,1' Opal Eduard Blotter, head of the dramatic department, University of Miami. Committee chairmen appointed include Miss Goldenblank, general chairman; MisIda Rngler, property; Mrs. William Farr, ticket; Miss Reggie Goldstein, costume; Miss Sylvia Wilensky, advertising. A souvenr journal will be a feature, with MisSylvia Rayvis and Mj ss ^ Silver as co-editors. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell \v olfson have returned from Blowing R oc |j N. C, New York and lialtimore' Md. Their children, Frances and Lewis, who have been with h parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Co. hen, in Asheville, while they We r( in New York, are expi .-tc.i t 0 ar ri\( Sunday with Mr. and Mr; Cohen. • Dr. B. C. Pollock, Miami Bead,, lareturned after spending three months attending the cardiac clinics at the Peter I: Ihieham and Massachusetts G pitals in Boston. &f Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Meyer ltft for a two-week trip to Chicago, Atlantic City, Baltimore and Washington, D. C. Celebrating her Hith birthday, Miss Jeanette Vitzky entertained a group of friends tit her home recently. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon are receiving congratulations on the birth of a baby son early Monday morning at the Victoria Hospital. Mother and baby are resting nicely. Rabbi S. M. Machtei will officiate at the Bris, which will celebrated at the hospital next Monday. • • Mrs. Max Kupferstein i tient at the Jackson Memorial Hospital, where she underwent a serious operation last week. She is slowly recovering. For Awnings call Kraft Miami Awning Co. 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f wjewisfh IFIIariidliiai in \i. "'No. 11 LO RIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1 31 Price Five Cents Jewish News Around the World Mr Steinfeld, Temple Federation Head, DieMrs. Maurice Steinast five years presNational Federation T, | %  Sisterhoods, is dead ., lengthy illneBS. Born she became a leader omen's activities in Si. -himoved after her Mrs. Steinfeld was a How Newspaper Racketeers Mulct Florida Communities An Expose of Pasl and Recent Events Disclosing the Duping of Merchants and Consumers Charily a Cloak for Frauds Though (he courts have univcr0 Ihe foolish siun;* or "25,000 cirulation iliis issue," which causes Kail) held thai a newspaper is a private business, with the right to trade with such as il desires, ii is w,rae "' ,: 11 %  %  %  aml then l:,,,r nevertheless conceded and admit "" ml, r h > tne have been B 0 nonsensical as to believe the imted bj all that much of our present da) civilization throughout the ; the St. Louis Chapter entire world, and particular!) in I of Jewish Women] these l nited State-, idue to the a time a member of | newspapers. Causes have been of the Jewish Encyclo-j won, human rights championed, t929 -Inwas elected the oppressed relieved and the the National Federa-1 need) succored l>> the printed em pie Sisterh Is after! word. Even the Congress of tne i as natonal chair] nited States has recognized the i ommittee on student ii member of the executive vice-president. Anti-Jewish Agitation Stimulate* Austrian-Jewish Emigration to Palestine Vienna Alarmed by the in. anti-Semitic tendencies of .HI .government, large numbers of Austrian Jews, even iff liated with the assimilating, are planning to emii Palestine. A large contingent of Jews is due to leave hire for Palestine right after Suci!l signs point to an exmigration of Austrian Jews, who are training their sons ind daughters for life in Palestine. Meanwhile Chancellor Schuschnigg, orters are waging open "•it against the Jews, is reported i ady to receive a Jewish to discuss with them Jewish complaints against the recently enacted Austrian school orwhich in effect establishes hools for Jewish elemenchildren. need of i hivast and important industr) and to those paperengaged in ihe dissemination of news and knowledge it has granted reduced postal raleand other privileges. possible. Does not the public realize that only that paper which appears regularly performs a public service that the weal and welfare of all require? Certainly! for do not these false organs, voices and whatnots fall by the wayside? In thiseries of articlewe -ball endeavor to let the public learn Ihe real facts. We shall cover the story of a large Yiddish daily who • Hi a salesman to Miami, Tampa and Jacksonville, and under the storj of representing all the Jews The well informed, Manchester Guardian, in article on Austria, acincellor Schuschnigg of with regard to Austrian I he paper points out that Schuschnigg's assurances 16 of .Nations that Ausunctiliously carrying out ons to minorities, his idefinitely ant Se "loreover, the Manchester hargea that the newsand the Btor) of a tremendous eirMay it be said to the credit ol t uh|lill|1 l(mk more Ihan three thousand dollars away from the non-Jewish merchants of these three cities. And the tragedy of it all was the fact that in these three cities the combined circulation would not reach a hundred topics. We shall tell the story of how a Rabbi endorsed a New York magazine, championing causes foreign to his own beliefs, and how more than three hundred dollars was taken out of Miami Beach from people who believed they the Jewish people that the AngloJewish press throughout the country, at the present time comprising approximately sixty weeklies has always held the Jewish name as dear to it. Racketeering In the main has never been engaged iti by the majority of these important papers. However why it is that here in Florida and particularly in Bade County, we have been afflicted by every semblance of racketeering in newspapers, we do not know. w( r) contributing to the relief of German Jews. We shall tell the story of the pseudo Rabbi who Why it is that everyone, nay. anyone can come to Miami or elsewhere in Florida, go to some Kabtanu to various cities of this and bis. receive their endorsement, and 0 | Ber states and. on the pretense then go out and mulct the public |na n j s organization, his paper, has been inexplicable. | was being championed by the B'nai To us there are two angles to D'rith, the American Jewish cumthis problem ... one the fact that mittee and whatnot, collected because of our own people, and! moneys from Miamians and othbecause of our own Rabbis, Jew,. r „„ the further story of how ish people have been mulcted, and a ]| their moneys were being exthe second and most important pended to guard Jewish interests problem ... is the fact that lionthroughout the world. And we Jews have been made the victims shall also tell how some of our of advertising frauds; to the eterRabbis, questioning not, endorsed nal disgrace of the Jewish name. this as a wonderful idea. And 01 course, we are aware of the how some of them even went so lad that one gets hold of a few lai as to ask their officials to go cents subscribes to a dubious news out and help collect funds for this „,.„,', or gets himself a pair of wonderful (?) paper. And per-hears and begins to clip dailies haps it would interest these good and weeklies for his stories and hearted men and women, both of •witems, lakes a high sounding the cloth and otherwise, to learn f,.r lii-beet and then pro that this revered representative newiiein-. I.II><> • %  %  "• %  • 'barges that the news^ (of hjg ._,,,.,., ann ,hen proI hat this revered representative ting Schuschnigg are cee j a „„ a tour of the merchants received only sixty per cent of bis Ivocating that the gov. gtores.


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I Page Four THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, October 12, 1934 %  • %  • t y < 3 r 8 JUMo ^gnagog bulletin Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI Founder tnd Director, Radio SjnRsToff of America SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI, FLORIDA Vol. IV. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7. 1934 No. 48 "Returning to God" (Loyalty Sunday) Scripture Reading. Hosea, Chapter \1V. Verses 2-1. ->-lU. Inclusive The National Committee for Religion and Welfare Recovery, composed of leading Protestants, Catl ilici and Jews, has set aside October 6th to be observed as Loyalty Sabbath, and. today, October 7th, as Loyalty Sunday, for the pui • ise if reviving the spiritual lit". the citizen? of the nation. Preside.it Roosevelt endorsed the m ment in the following message: "1 am gratified to learn that the leaders of the three major faiths have initiated a movement for recovery in the fields of religion and welfare. \<>: only economic, hut moral and spiritual foundation.-, throughout the entire world, have been shaken. A more abundant life for our people, in th( last analysis, depends upon a deeper !• al and spiritual values. I earnestly hope that there will be a widespread an i hearty response to the call which Protestant, 1 al at I Jewisl entatives nave issued to the people to assemble in their churches and synagogues on October fi and 7 for the purpo e >f re dedicating ervici of God and of our fellow.nen, fi surely we all human weakness in the pri th pro: nfront ui aa a people and our need of divine strength and guidai So, for oar text this mori ing, we have tak< tional scripture reading which is recited in the synagogues on the Sabbath of Repentancewhich comes between New Year and the Day of Atonement—urging Israel to return ti Lord. I know. We passed that in our calendar three weeks ag >. But, I fear that the returi most -lews was for DUt a I %  • nee with God. The emergency having passi I, eligionists have picked up the threads of their lives and habits whi had left off prior to the High II %  '.;. Da; -• is >n, Manj and sophisticates are convinced that religi I is "1 sh"; thai I is "oldfashioned." When they attend syi when they pray. it is done to %  their parents, their elders who, thi 5 eve, are steeped .:. .. "-'•' I. As %  -. they, who are woi ..;. tgrown leas V neo-pu nnism Religion i led and old-fashioned, they ell 111. I <) ersi found in tl %  Pass over Ritual. It reads, "Ii ivere idol-v. shipers. ;. no the 1 ". • His woi ship.' It would appear l-fashioned, out that woi ... 1 O01I nnovati n. rhat mid rand them an. tii -1 6"' ve the stamp of modernity to the relig The need for returning to God has • Henry Wallace in these words, "The mi thing 1 making of the human hear-.. VVhei 1 fierj yet clear understanding of thithej th( human h so balance the messagi will yet l>e saved from ruin." Then is no | foi haracter building than religion. There is no sal indering and tortured sou'..in sear : -'ruction and faith m the 1 livim Plan. N el ired men to self-sacrifice and to t:. system. What man will : glory, hon gnificant and puny in comparison with what ha who were inspired through religiou ind 1 ve of the %  n. Only tho.-e who drink at the wellthe enthusiasm of the saint, who lictates of a soul en rapporte with God. an apablt • the supreme courage and fortitude which trueunselfish 11 Judaism inot a religion in thi Jenw tati I hours, of ritualistic abluti ns, I svai leaves, of shouting "Halleluyahl" Judaism is a cod life. It the individual during every % % % %  moment and -hem in accordance with definiti tandards. A return to God, therefore, means more than th< '" ynaj gue due.-. the attendance at divine worship, religious school. It means mor,than the grudging contribution I church activities or the rental •" for High Holy Day services. To return to God means loyalty to His teachings and it means, further, the unsw< rvini truth and righteousness, in thi nal profit or gain by departing from the et lards of the Torah. The Jew has a well-defined m We havi een a peculiar people. We must exemplify "a kingdom of priests and a holy people." There can be no There is no m course to follow. We ai eithi ant of the law or we are negligent of it. Too often have I hi given by Jews in -elfjustification for failun %  and loyal to Judaism—the answer of, "You see, I follow a midd ird a very saintly Rabbi give the following reply f> such an excu "You say that you %  follow the middle path, that you travel in the middle of the road That's very well, but did you notice where human beings walk? They walk at the s.de of th %  >ad, on th< Horses use the middle of the road." Ii you have the courage of your c mvictions, if you an endowed with a sense of loyalty, you do not try to avoid a religiou issue. You do not Btraddle the issue. You stay on the right side and. all the way over. No one can be mistaken, as to your -land. If the Gentile treats you without respect it is because you, In most cases, have failed to earn it. If the average Jew 1de-pi.-el. then, a rabbi should bring down the scorn in greatei degree. Hut. I have not found it BO. I attribute that to my Jewishn .--. Had I tried to conceal it; had I made an effort to camouflage it, to be apologetic about it, I would merit the abuse of every right-thinking Jew or Gentile. I am not aggressively Jewish. I try to live a normal life B a citizen of my community. When the que on c, religion arises, I state mr Jewishness, nor do I seek to qnallf; %  statement that I Bdhere to a branch of it that is diluted. M %  Ju! ism .of he concentrated brand. I have no respect for a C.iristi who bel.tttes his faith. I can't blame others for feeling similar';.: -out an apologe 1c or a renegade Jew. ... Loyalty Sunday has been set aside not t 1 bring the faiths clos T in any loosening of denominational bo: %  but, ra her as n c mmon medium to arouse the members of the 1 <•* great faith ... our land to the realization that strength-nil. ; I UJO.J BI.J B| r.tual va.u -s greatly help the nation. We mil have avoided oar ..... at plight had there been some religious traits in those who, by their actions, briugh about the world catfcstiophe. Hut, they were slaves I the., greed. They worshipped Mammon instead of God. Until we „ 1 in uprootin these evil nclinations from the hearts of man this earth will not become the fit place for mankind to dwell. Religion offers the solution. It is the greatest, the most effective character j w. have. We have but one course open-to return to God, Nazis Find "Midsummer Night's Dream" Impossible Without Mendelssohn's Muaic. St. Petersburg Serviceat Congregation H'nai Israel will be held at 8 o'clock on 5 evening, with Rabbi A. 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