The Jewish Floridian

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

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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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ocm35317254
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AA00010090:00223

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1 lORHivs ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI HoKlhA. FRIDAY, |l \| ... ,.,,,.
PI
ection of Frank H.
ber ol the city
Miami, his friends
not only as ;i plo-
nmmunal worker,
. | ., city mayor, as
.,- a member of
obtained an in-
tion ol city af-
>. men possess. He
City's needs, ils
ness man lie
to approach a solution
;:i difficulties in a
implish results
Iv taxpayers In
businesslike man-
to. He pledges his help to solve the
olution of the
111. economy in
mini nai ion. and a
sram thai will insure reduction
. as a reduction ol
mensurate with the
jptsofthe taxpayer and consum-
r ;.ir. Wharton came to Miami and
hid build Royal Palm ho-
ihich v I i :.: ll building Ol
(i by Henry Plagler
untiringly
wked for tl Interests and
yers.
| inner, better known
Doc" to hi hosl ol Friends
wghout Miami and Florida Is
liking u i'i orous campaign for
iciion to the city commission of
Hi. Camp mih' on a platform
........ effl-
'in.'in without
hi or fa-, i pledged to such
pion as i insure a re-
:tion of power rates tor all utili-
iDcludli water, telephone
He challenges an] -
! to proM- hal he Is affiliated or
blic utility com-
I the public and
I : i old in his business
ol ol his Integrity,
rk for the common
I i Idenl ol Miami for
: ii ha 11 ved as
Itad of thi Mahi Shrine temple.
ember ftU Hoard ol Phar-
liicy and received recognition
R druggist ii Florida as well as
jwionally. in urging his election.
|w" Clemmi r' friends urge upon
p voters thai the city of Miami
PMsa man : practical affain and
|W merely 11 .ousts In order to lit'
| present condition.
jr., one of the Ii id-
In the race for city
il Miami, has em-
ded as untrue all ru-
ecl that he was op-
tion m power rates
I that he H-as allied with power
I the rights ol the
I points to an unblem-
I ; public service and
a prool ol the facl
I ays been fair minded
" Wrfced ror the interests of the
" president ol the Dade
1 Reltel association he
the prime factors In
[ 'a Inch meant the sav-
; 0l thousands of dollars t<> the
and taxpayer. He fav-
tion In power rates to
urate with the rights
imer, the carrying out ol
Vm io relieve distress and
Pjoyment in an economical
r- ami translating platforms
Junior Council
Install Officers
Tin formal installation
cently elected officei
Council ol j( wl h w
Thursdaj nighl at the Miai i
lonial hotel with Mis Mi
and Mi
is the Installing of)
decoration carried oui tl
Couni ii Spei lal" tin mc ol a i il
centn pii
''"'" 'rain. Grei
members and p,
n during the evenii
on popul u on
joyed, in charge ol arra
i commiti i
Mi i Millii Drel i
Miriam and H
Kantor. Th< cai
Auxiliary Will
Hold Banquet
Final
the formal In
ladie- auxiliarj of tl
ish Orthodox
'aid
;' K
In addition to the
lion ceremonii II be a pro-
lam ol musii.
tertalnmenl In chai
meni I
',i d..... -.;.!
an Abramson and .1 I. SI
ide with any
in mber of tin tee
I'ncc Five Ccnti
Synagog to Honor
Departing Rabbi
:. who re-
t thi Mi-
n< m Mont-
t a fan
ngi
pn Idenl i :
Ii lack Hit i 1534
N' W Saturdaj
.....il B 30 p n
Ol tin lab
Ited to al
Critics Commend
Young Artist
Maccabees To
Hold Convention j Announcements!
Junior Mai i abi es will hold a
convention In Miami on June ::t and
11 Deli gate will attend from
ei-ii places in thi tab On thi
ning oi the thirtet nth there will be
li program pul on en her a ...
y club m Coia: i labli or the
Bi'.tmore hoU : the place ha i ot
been definitely decided upon
the program there will bi a ball.
Tlcki ts will .,c! .
Which will admit a C I inon
-> to be used In sendin the deli
gation consl ting ol the Junior Mae
ab on he tra and i I hi n to Di -
troit, Mich., to attend thi supremi
rulj 25 to 29 Ini
ending 'Ins delegation to
induce the Maccabees to build their
proposed hotel In the vicinitj ol
Miami.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
311 WashinKtnn Avc, Miami Bench
The usual services begin at 6:30
p.m. Saturday morning Bervici
gin at 8:30 and Mlncha Bervici
lowed by Marriv at 6:30 p.m. Late
services have been discontinued un-
til the High Holidays. Daily services
at 8 a.m.
Cantor To Tour
State of Florida
Canl
on a tour ol Florida
,,t the Jewish Ploridian. who i
he has JU-t jollied He will fli
Wi : Palm Beach and
and every .Jewish community
ilish a closer coopera-
tion bi twei n > very Jewish commun
X | : articles on thi
oi tii, dlffi ri nl Jewish communitie
bj Cantor Schlachman will be In
.shortly.
into action rather tl
lien promises, as ha
pened In the past. HI POin'
to his unparalleled record Ol unsel-
fish civic work as a criterion bj
which to Judge the man
his election 11 the citizens want
esty, efficiency, economj and
In forwarding the int. i 'I Miami
citizens and the pro M"ml
for the bench' ol all Its people.
E O Sewell. loriner mayor o ''
ami. and leader m the recent pri-
mary contest, came to Miami prior
,,, the incorporation ol the city and
been In the tore"-"' <' 'ho*
Hghtlng to make Miami one ol the
rned and mosl tmcc.
mea the country. Serving for
more than seven years as presldenl
, ^e Miami Chamber of Com-
merce, he haa been continually and
unremittingly active for the estab-
s,e. ol a deep water I
and the increasing of the tourl
md\trl.l life of the city. He served
Z city commissioner and recentlj
nthusiastic
:( Ital hall
1 c
Monday i
I' (in -
: o in three mow -
Ii .i ::. mm v.inch brought
from many ol
Miami's leading musii L i -
ci '.lo pupil ol Wal-
.: i:: man for I he pasl torn
and l. numbei ol statewide
and taient-
aying. The technique shown by
ard in the rendition of the en-
tire concerto from memory evoked
much commendation from musical
laimed him ai
n .it musical
I
known artist, wa Bl
oiled at thi piano by JOI I ar
.nid was heard In a reni
number ol vocal -elections
accompanied al
: velyn Plagman Jonet
Beth David
Names Board
David congregation will
ftei bi overned by an admin-
istrative board from whose midst
will be chosen the officers ol the
o [U(. according to an amend-
adopted ti i tltution last
Administrative committee unani-
mously elected by the congregation
Btanlej C Myers, Harry
Markowitz, Edward Freldman, Louis
Weinkle, Leo Ackerman, M. J. Kop-
elowitz. elected lor tWO vear-. and
Di \ e Bosenthal, Nat Zalka, 3yd-
(Velntraub, Al Quadow, M We
: d Frank Solomon, elected lor
one year. A vote ol confldi net
Kiven the committee when reports
were heard.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
117 N. E. Nineteenth Street
DR. JACOB ll. KAPLAN, Rabbi
Beginning with services on i
night, service, will be held In Kap-
lan hall durum the .summer months,
and will be very brief. Servici :
Of those who take
n si rlou ly and wish to al
tend services.
Joint Affair To
Be Held Sunday
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conserwitivc)
ISS N. H Third Aienue
MAX SHAPIRO, Itabbi
Plans for the joint affair of the
Junior Hadassah and the Hebrev
Athletic club to be held Sunday eve-
ning, June 4. at the Roman Pool
.. Miami Bi ai h have been com-
pleted.
s. ven \aude\ [He acts by the I
ban Reeves dance studio will be
presented, and the Florida Hambiei
orchestra will furnish the dance
music.
Professional diving ard stunt ex-
it well a- a reasi i
contest and swimming contest
men and women for which prizes
will I). awarded, will be included on
the program. The feature event ol
the evening will be a bathing beautj
contest. The winner ot this will be
glvt ii a prize and will be awarded
the title ol Mis Good Will.
Refn shments will be i rw d al a
nominal cost. Guests may attend In
bathing suits or obtain locker ser-
vice One ol Miami's prominent men.
will be master of ceremonies 11
Chaikin Is chairman ol the commit-
tee in charge for both organizations
Friday evening .services begin al
0:30 p.m. Saturday morning services
begin at 8:30 a.m. Mlncha followed
by Marriv begin at 6:30. Dailj I
vices begin at 8 a.m.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox >
1545 S. W. Third Street
JONAH E. CAPLAN, Rabbi
Friday evening services begin al
begin al 9 a.m. and the Mineha and
Marriv services at 6:30 p.m. Talmud
Torah will resume on Monday al
. tual hour. Air..:. -. n.. ::is for
Yahrzelt may be made by calling
the sexton. Mr. William Clem. L>-
0879.
Senior Hadassah
Elects Leaders
has been the leader m the movement
t0 bring about a reduction ill Utility
in making his final plea to
thi citizens for election to the citj
commission he pledges an economi-
cal administration of city affairs.
empioymenl oi home labor, propei
development of the harbor in the In-
terests Ol Miami, a reduction in
power and utility rates, and an In-
,,, readjustment ol the trou-
blesome bond .situation H.s friends
hla election on his past record
, achievement and known determi-
nation to succeed In the face of
may seem to be insurmount-
able difficulties and to insure the
growth and success of Miami.
An Important meeting ol thi
lor Hadassah was held last Monda;
at the Acacia club when election Ol
officers resulted In the followln b
urn chosen- Honorary president
Ml Freda Lut/kv; president. Mi-
Max Dobrin; first vice president
Mrs. Joseph Williamson: second viCI
presidcni. Mrs. Barney Weinkle:
third vice president, Mrs Julius
Simpson; recording secretary. Mrs
Louis Heimaii: corresponding
tary. Mrs. Alex Goldstein; financial
tary, Mrs. Milton Welner; trea-
surer, Mrs. Harry Rubin; Mrs Mail-
nle Wesson, auditor, and Mrs. I
Roth, historian. The board of direc-
tors will consist ol Mesdames Isldor
Cohen. M. D. Kirsch. Harry Wcin-
berg, M. Krieger, Sam Shnonhoff
and Lotus Zelentz. The officers will
be installed at a dinner to be held
immediately alter the High Holidays
In October. During the meeting an-
nouncement was made that the an-
nual Flower day will be held on
Sunday. June 11. with. Mrs Mannle
Wesson in charge.
Beth David To
Confirm Pupils
Beth David confirmation exercises
will be conducted at 8 p.m. Sunday.
,! by Rabbi Max Shapiro, who
will be assisted by Mrs h. Oliphant
Ml t Hayman is chairman ot the
ai committee Continuants are
Anne Feldman, Benjamin Oilman,
i: senfeld, Elizabeth Rosen-
krantz, Rose Rosenthall, Helen
Schlff and Milton Zohn.
Cantor L. Hayman will shim, and
selections will be offered by the
: isting ot Mrs. E. Fried-
\ir- k. Markowitz, Mn R
Dubbin. Miss R. Damn. Mi I
Fricdland and Marvin S. Ci
Mrs i. Brown, president of the sis-
d. will award the diplomas
and Bibles, and Stanlej C. Myers,
superintendent ot the Beth David
Sunday school, will present the gifts.
A social hour will follow.
Jews Are Called
ToMassMeeting
A massmeetlng of Jews rrom the
Greater Miami section to become ac-
quainted with the work and prob-
lems of the Greater Miami .Jewish
Cemetery association has been called
for next Wednesday evening, June
7. at the Beth David Talmud Torah
hall. All Jews are urged to attend


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, June 2, 1933.
Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David
will leave for his summer vacation
to be spent in the North on Monday
next. He will be accompanied by
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, formerly of
the Miami Jewish Orthodox congre-
gation.

Cantor Nathan Wroobe! left last
Saturday night to conduct services
at Dayton. Ohio, during the "ShVU-
Oth" services. He will return to Mi-
ami the early part of next week.
Final plans for the five dollar
or earn dinner being spon-
sored by the .Junior Hariassah at the
Tropical Jungle Gardens out on the
Biscayne boulevard have been com-
pleted and call for an evening ol
dancing, vaudeville entertainment
and novelty stunts. All members and
friends are urged to attend.
*
An important meeting of the
Frank
H.
Wharton
for the
board of directors of the Greater
Miami Jewish Cemetery association
will be held at Beth David Talmud
Torah hall on Wednesday. June 14.
when officers will be elected from
among the representatives of the af-
filiated synagogues and organiza-
tions.

Members of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox congregation board of direc-
tors are urged to attend an impor-
tant meeting of the board which
will be held Tuesday. June 6, at the
synagogue when matters of the Tal-
mud Torah and synagogue will be
discussed.

An important meeting of the Lad-
ies' auxiliary of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox congregation will be held
Tuesday evening. June 6. at the
synagogue and all members are urg-
ed to attend as very Important bus-
iness will be transacted. Committee
appointments lor the coming year
will be announced and final plans
lor the installation which will be
held on June 11 at the Palatial
Kosher restaurant will be an-
nounced.
*
Miss Rase Levin entertained a
group of friends last Monday night
at her home in celebration of her
sixteenth birthday. Bridge and dan-
cing were enjoyed and at a late
hour a delicious buffet luncheon was
injoyed. The hostess was the recip-
u in of a large number of gifts.

The bridge of the Junior Council
| of Jewish Women scheduled for last
Wednesday night was postponed be-
i a use of "Shvuoth" and will be held
this coming Wednesday. June 7. at
| the Miami Colonial hotel with Miss
Paye Sheldon, Millie and Sylvia
I Dreiscn as co-hostesses. Prizes will
be awarded for high scores and re-
freshments will be served. The pub-
lic is urged to attend.
*
Word was received here of the
sudden death last Wednesday morn-
ing at Washington. D. C. of Mr. Ed
Cooper, a brother of Mrs. J. Katz
and Mrs. B. Kandel of this city. Mrs.
ECandel left Wednesday to attend
the funeral which is being held to-
,, Mr. cooper was actively en-
gaged in the hardware business at
Washington for a long number of
years and was an active communal
worker in many of the city's congre-
gational and charitable affairs.
Next Monday night the recently
elected officers and board of the
Junior Council of Jewish Women
will meet at the home of its presi-
dent. Mi.-s Faye Sheldon, in the
Granada apartments to transact im-
pel taut business. The following
night, Tuesday, a general meeting of
all members will be held at the
Ponce de Leon hotel and will be m
charge of Miss Sheldon. All mem-
bers are urged to attend.

Mrs M Pnlzker left last week lor
In r vacation and will spend several
month* visiting relatives and lriends
in New York. New Haven and Hart-
ford.
a
Mr and Mrs. Michael Arnold of
I Coral Cables entertained last Sun-
| day nigh) in honor of Rabbi Max
Shapiro of Beth David congrega-
tion, Mrs. Lewis Brown. Mrs. Isldor
Cohen and Mrs. Morris Dubler.
Cards were played and prizes wen
given for high scores. During the
evening delicious refreshments were
served. Among those attending were
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Brown. Mr. and
Mrs. Isldor Cohen. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Mr.
land Mrs. Morris Dubler. Mr. and
Mrs. S J. Specter, Mr. and Mrs. M.
i Hoffman. Mr. and Mrs. S. Abcnson.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Katz. Mr. and Mrs
Louis Hayman. Mrs. J. Englcr. Mis-
ses Ida and Mollic Engler. Mr. and
Mrs. William Friedman. Mr. and
! Mrs. Charles Markowitz. Mrs. Freda
Lutzky. Mr. Charles Goldstein. Mr.
! im.sc v. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Fair.
Miss Bea silver. Miss Sylvia Rayvis,
Mr. and Mrs. C. Frank. Mr. and
Mrs, Sam Wiessel, Mr. and Mrs. M.
Scbeinberg, Mr. and Mrs. B. Kandel.
Mr and Mrs. I. Silver, and Mr. and
Mrs. H. H. Rayvis.

Mr. Max Rappaport left for
! Clarksdale. Miss., last week to go
to the bedside of his brother who is
seriously ill.

Mr. and Mrs Leonard Epstein
and daughter. Ann-Engler. and Mrs.
I Epstein's mother, left last week for
a short visit with Mr. Epstein's
ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Epsicir
j Goldsboro, N. C. While away
will attend a reunion of Mr.
stem's class at the University^!
North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.
Vote For
Alexander
ORR JR.
A nnouncing ...
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DlatrihateM of
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For Girls
An Ideal Vacation Spot for
Your Daughter
BERTHA BBRKOWITCH LEVY
Owner and Pirn-tor
Hilda Riesner
1KB7 S. W. Thirteenth Street
MIAMI REPRESENTATIVE
For Information Phone 3-2493
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Announcing the opening of
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1548 S. W. Eighth Street
City
Commission
of Miami
Past Record
City Councilman 1903-1WJ
Myor of Miami 1907-1911
City Councilman 1915-1911
City Manager 1921-1921
City Manager 1930-1931
He Pledges
An honest and sincere endeavor
at all times for an eeonomieal,
progressive, intelligent, and
sane administration of Miami's
government in the interest of
all the people.
KEEN SIGHT
129 Seybold Building
Xou- you can buy
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at a price that fits your pocketbook!
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City
Commissioner

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THE JEWISH FL 0 RID I
AN
HE JEWISH
L0K1D1AN
PlBLISHKD KVKKV FRIDAY
.H KIOKIIHVN Vl BI.ISII1M. CO.
|W" .. i, ||x 2S73
ri Florid.. Phone 2-1183
MtCI TIVE "II ICBSi
,.ur,.> BMf. ,,h"n *****
flHTnlllAI. OFFICES!
to help raise funds to aid the Ger-
man Jews. Selfish desires, personal
honors must be forgotten for the
common good, let is ai.i i nite
in this splendid cause and like true
Jews rally to the relief ol oui taw-
ing brethren. We call upon Miami's
Jewish organizations to gel b
and form a committee for the pur-
pose ol raising funds MIAMI \
not SINK to such a depth
radation that it .shall be .said ol her,
"Miami fiddled while Ji
lor bread
Page Thrw
i.LOriS SHOCHET, Kditor
gHID CABMS, AdfMiinit Man.gtr
OCSHOI HI r. < nul.tior. MlMW
......iltcr July 4.
0 ..... < Miami, Florida,
In March Mm
,sr I'AI.M UKAdl OKI ICE
411 Blfhth Strret
Mr-. M. Bchrcbniek. KeprrnUtiv
SI use RIPTION
ji Month"
,w Ytir
11.00
S2.00
FRIDAY, It NK 2. IMS.
Vol. li. No. 22.
WWe Fiddle?
v lwie heard tlie oft repeated
,,, 0| Ni : nddlmg while Rome
Imed. How often baa this .simile
Ken used to bring to us in emphatic
ishion a crying need, and once
e this t<> bring Mi-
-..i;, to realization of a dire
I aecessity and problem.
Orthodox, Reform, Conservative
* whatnot adherents ol Zionism
! Arbeiter Rin Bnai Brith or unaf-
idanU at synagogue
. .,--. ndants we are Jewsl
\Vh:ie the entire world us aroused
mtrages being car-
:. ;,-. i upposed civilized gov-
i iermany and Jewry is
rgenl camps as
o'hi : : action never-
all Jewry is united In agree-
shelter, sustenance
:d given quickly to
aid thousands of
Jewish children, women
indnn:. : ave become refugees
idjolnlng Oermany and
.:. ( ii. many itself.
Far be \\ ::(m US to decry the
Zionism Heav-
that In Zion lies the
:. ol most of the
world Jewry yet .
rmil Jews to starve be-
Bhall it be said that
bought with money
ihai to feed starving
ball it be said that we
colonies to shelter
Jews in our Holy
Und ai i meantime let these
ack shelter now?
Throw.. H the length and the
these United States, ev-
... i ver had a drop of
Jewish bio d within him has rallied
Zionists have loyally
to the forefront and have
helped and are helping every drive
ol raising funds for
thedis'ie sed Jews of Germany.
N'ot so In Miami. The finger of
ndemnation is being lev-
Miami Jewry and particular-
.lled Zionist leaders
bwause of their selfish and un-
Je"ish attitude. When at a recent
neetini! ol the Zionist organization
ion was broached that
be done locally to aid the
1,1 drive of the Joint Distrt-
lon committee, the answer was
No, || may hurt the collection of
ntly pledged at a meeting
test against the burning
: book! in Germany. Suffice it to
; Uial we question the propriety
cUng funds for the purchase
lands .it a meeting primarily and
Ibly called for the purpase of
tag the condition of Jews In
:-v. Pood and shelter come
, M'AMI MUST AND SHALL DO
Tsot'iv Bomething must be done
Campaign to Relieve
German Jews Begun
Moved by the state ol viitua
gary to winch their brethren and
coreligionists In that countrj
oeen reduced bj olltical
in German] Ji ol
midwestern states will hold ,i
ierence In cnicago on Sunday. June
4. for the purpose ol devising ways
and means for bringing a maximum
.ii reliel to them at the earliest pos-
sible moment. Included in till
whose Jewish communities have
oeen asked to .-end di Ii ai to this
t.onciave will be Arkansas, Illinois,
indiana, Iowa, Kan mucky,
Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Ne-
braska, North Dakota, Ohio, .- lUtii
Dakota, Tennessee and Wiscon
'i he confi rence i
a pi rial Chii a com-
posed ni among othi i
er, Albert Lasker, San
smith and Sol Kllni
chairman ol the \m< rii an
Joint Distrlbuti no
Rabbi Jonah B. VI
chairman ol thi l ind-
paign, bo h i I N.
among the principal sp
Tie
ce which will bi
.Standard club Will call I
,. in the can.,
Den: launched by U
button committe
for the Jews ol 11 i
announced bj Felix M Wi
honorary chairman ol '
ation, and Paul Bl
man. The W.l.....
will be known as the Gi
: campal i
Jewish Joint Distribution immiti
it wlU bi :>- Rbta
B Wl
,,. New York. WhO ha
nanv .i oon .i th. Ml
power and pui into operation
thos. methods whicl
, tbc economic ruin
,..u, mtry for the purpt*
ol observing th. actual extent and
eflecl nt the v "' a
statement by him "-
nounclng the midw,
he said that unless on. hat
himsell observed th
overwhelmed.!. J '
, which has hardly any pa.
in human history and talked with
large numbers ol It
din.cui. und. rully *ha.
has actually occurred
-Unless you have seen and talked
wiih those mm and women who
suddenly find ttemselves ouUawed
and degraded in the land hich
helped to build up and susu -
vim cannot fuUy understand h.
pllgh, Thousands and thousand^ ol
el.,,,,, tcaiize that they
forego all the amenities of ch
Abandon their ambit,,,,:
n hones of useful Cai
TTth yTandmindsti.^-'
close their c>< n(i
th.future haj.n.U.r.f^^
, ,o unr even with a'1 ""
iSTLS*-................
'" which thej will have to resort to
live at all to survive, there is no
that they will not I,.
prived ol even that opportunity.
N- one talks any more abou
Jewish merchants, about the Jewish
' it the Jewish physi-
lan about the Jewish academa-
Bower ol tin ii race and fiow-
who have
" 'ores, then
by the new dis-
tion ii. Germany, They are nn-
.. ...
not disappear!
With then: ....
But Un
*"h declared Dr. Wise,
They arc willing to fall sacrifices
il thai way they may,
i or tu some di
and lurther the lives of
then- children. But it Is these very
chlldn dy, and will
" i In th futur.
: the closing ol the
I the professions to the
by the d< I that
lade to humiliate the Jew-
...... ... ii to be con-
temptible in tin its Christian
own,
'In debacle, uinch
down upon them overnight, so
ired Rabbi Wise, "the
jew.- ivoring
llntain their cultural and re-
al and to
ning institution- foi
will equip them
II may be
gnize
planned ii
if German} fa ed by
... which,
...... .. ization ha
. lem. it is i
II l!
ice th bltl
tin IM'e
they an
. I Ji -:
.: p
G

I ...
rations and

and
nj i I th.
mus, nun who until
:.'. In th. 'i;-
,nd laborai Allllh
. the healm: ol th.
: weak and
, ... .imed
alt, the blind, the mute and
handicapped, musl be lav-
Ion thai
humanity
. .'" ol G.....i cai
... di W d out.
. :. hrci th
and particular:- '
and this country In the I
ill. becaua I
oi tin- country, numerically and fi-
nancially, arc in tl
and h
utmosl will.: i help."
Rabbi Wise, who stated thai plans
have been completed for drives li
ulv future in Philadelphia
Poston and Nev York
and other Ities. f r i
adequat in "
000.00- : ",|" d '"
nat.o. d ,hi" the A"!
Jewl ln, Distribution
, tatus in Oermany an-
ol the Amerl n Iv
,,,.., the World war :
CtiOW arc being .m
,,:, nl natli .ai i
taus, .. ,. nment on thi ki IH -
and distribftion of rell f mon
m,.,,,. o, dstence In other land. ;
THE
It was tactful of our government
to think of printing a slew of bonds
just at a moment w icn the colleges
were graduating shoals oi salesmen
A Harvard brains squad beat West
Point at mathematics, but squaring
a circle In the spring can't square a
gridiron licking in the fall.
I hate to disappoint the folks who
have been kind to me,
Who olt invited me to take a sip
'. Ith them at tea;
Who said. "You haven't et at all
canaries couldn't do
On what you eat; no, prithee, sir,
another glass of brew.'
Since three-point-two has come to
I think I should con
I never cared an awful lot for this
here home brew mess,
You had to pour the bottle -low 01
else the sediment
All riled up and became confused
and with the liquid blent.
Authority it had in lull no ques-
tioning its kick;
II sped racing corpuscles through
: double-quick;
It brought surcease lrom sorrows
nd it eased most bitter WO.
A centary ol troubles evai
within its doze.
i roon nor i radii
: ning 1
ngth to pull the
lid down o'ei a rti epy eye:
ushered In more
ht dance
Than when home-brew bl
ther m ro-
mance.
1 next day the sprite and fay
tap-danced with might and
mam
Within the narrow confines ol thi
aching, throbbing brain;
om-toms b. al each time the
i ho Ol a jar.
And ohand ohto be awayto be
away by far!
But gel washed up on three-point-
two, and on tomorrow's mom
Von feel hke milking coconuts oi
ning '
Ymi feel just like a three-year-old
that never yet has had
i... pull oi weight against thi trao
,,11 lrom collar pad.
Iisapi Int my friends
who've been so kind to me,
Who lei me rest a weary tonii upon
a friendly kn. i
But oh! and oh! and oh!Tl
nothing else lo do
But .-hake my head and say, "In-
tcad, lets go some three-point-
two."
N,.v that breweries are
taking ma-ij i I the liner horses
lr, m American farms This will go
a long way In providing farmers
with stable money.
What a pity II is that the mast
... ...:. ;.,., uttl. else to
mmend their.
Man Is Cr. p woman is
contrary
four: to re-edi-cat the Jewish youth
of Germany for i-adaptatlon to a
new way of life- five; establish
schools for children forced out of
. ,,... and te h 'hem means
of livelihood in tl e 11 nit d fields still
open to Jew- ir. Gen iu v; and six:
to help those Jew who have escaped
to other countries who may re-
cuire help to re-establish them-
Gen.....jy. .he Berlin offices of the
Some girls marry in haste and re-
pent m a boarding house.
If a man owes a lot to his wife it
Is because she is a poor collector.
You are safe In lending money to
a man who promptly returns a bor-
rowed silk umbrella
Lots of men would make money il
it weren't for the trouble they might
bump up against In trying to pass it
When a rich man suddenly be-
comes poor or a poor man suddenly
becomes rich, his true character
crops out.
An old bachelor says that men
and women who have enough sense
to remain single ought to make de-
sirable husbands and wives.
A Massachusetts judge says a wit-
ness who wipes his hands while tes-
tifying is a liar. We would like to
.:et the judge's opinion of the man
who wipes his mouth after having
drunk some of this "not more than
four per cent by volume."
Pat was real sick and Bridget
called the doctor, who. when leav-
ing, gave instructions to get a ther-
mometer and take his temperature
every hour. Next day the doc-toi
called and no Pat. Asked for an ex-
planation. Bridget told him that she
had tried to borrow a thermometer
and no one had one; but Casey had
a barometer, so she put that on
Pat's chest and it read. "Very dry :
so she went out and got him a pint
of beer and now he was gone to
work.
The world is my girl, with a smile
on her face
And a tear In her eye.
Volcanic in vigor, she mine- with
the grace
Of a gull planing by.
She roars in the clash of the clouds
flashing fire:
She sings in the bn
And .-weeps with aerial fingers tin-
lyre
Of the murmuring trees.
To the weather you never can tell
What she'll do:
But the Spring and the Fall.
Like children at play, to each other
"Yoohoo."
And each answers the call.
She freezes; she welters; she pelts
you with hail
And soaks you with snow:
But what you would do if her sea-
sons should fail.
You don't want to know.
She's rude, yet refining, her p;o-
cesses fraught
With a purpose untold.
I love her because, thrugh she flat-
ters me not.
She's surely no scold.
A Chinese recently deceased at a
great age had married 63 times. Ii is
competition like this that makes oui
film industry feel its infancy.
committee are functioning with. '
interference, he added. The DI
secured in this country will be usC
one: for feeding, housing and car
of Jews rendered destitute by the
economic situation upon whicl. I
have been sudden y thrust: two to
relieve professionals, int Uectl i
and other members of the SO-.
white-collar" Class; three provd
aid for Jews who will eventually b
forced to leave Oermany to


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, June 2.
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KaMn ^gragng Unllrtut
EJitiJ by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI *
Knunder ami Director, ltailio SynaffOg of America <
Sunday Mornings WIOl). Miami, Florida +
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No. 5. f
PLAYING AT I III
71II AVENUE THEATRE
* Vol. II. SUNDAY, MAY 28, 1933.
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RELIGION IN BUSINESS
ABOUT ten years ago. at Liberty, N. Y., I was seated one night in the
study of a physician, discussing with my host and another physician
things in general and religion in particular. The host was a convert from
Judaism to Catholicism; the other physician was a Jew of very broad and
radical views on economic and social problems. Duiing the exchange of
Opinions, the radical. Dr. A., stated that the present business practices
violated the Biblical laws relating to honesty and the prohibition of
cheating. Our host. Dr. D.. and I were kept busy answering Dr. A.'s accu-
sations and his examples ot what he called dishonesty and unfairness m
business practices. His strong argument was that within the limitations
of the laws of this day. the very principles of honesty set down by the
Bible were violated. He contended that merchants and the commercial
structure broke the eighth and ninth commandment, as well as the verses
which read. "Thou shalt not defraud Uiy neighbor" and "Thou shalt not
put a stumblingblock before the blind" while they kept "within the law."
DURING m> Visit in New York City last year I met this Dr. A. quite by
accident and we hail an Interesting chat, during which I had occasion
to remark that he had not changed any In his views. He asked me whether
I had. I then admitted that I had been unsophisticated ten years ago
when I disagreed with him regarding the ethics of business. I had not
been permitted to view the scenes "behind the counter." as it were. I de-
fended myself with the poor argument that, as this Dr. A. was more than
ten years my senior, he had more experience, What I passed over without
emphasis was that I should have not been so positive in my ignorance of
the subject under discussion.
DR. A. expressed regret that he collected a five-dollar fee from a patient
for a half hour's service when he knew that the five dollars repre-
sented possibly two days' labor on the part of the patient or her husband.
He also bemoaned the fact that the middleman, the merchant, fixed a
price for his wares that permitted him an excessive profit. This. Dr. A.
considered stealing and also putting a "stumblingblock before the blind"
because the average man or woman is ignorant of the values ot commod-
ities and of the fair price they should bring.
MY experience during the past ten years has proven that the ethics in
business the application of religious principles in commerceis a
matter of personal practice on the part of the merchant and cannot be
brought about by legislation defining honorable and dishonorable conduct
I have seen too many cases of cheating within the law. I have seen men
display atavistic tendencies. Before my very eyes men have been trans-
formed into the beasts of prehistoric days and have resorted to aboriginal
methods of exterminating an enemy or a competitor. Men who would not
steal a penny from the person of a business competitor or from any other
person will, in a business deal, scheme for the theft and robbery of all
that spells life and existence for the other party to the contract. I have
seen men gather in meeting to plan lor the common good of all in their
particular industry and pledge support to each other for the furtherance
of a project that meant the success of each of th.'m only to await the
first opportunity to perpetrate an act of treachery against one or all of the
others who were parties to tlit- agreement an act that must bring nun to
the one who disrupted the harmony of the group. Why was it done? The
principle involved had no foundation in the man. It was forced upon him
by timidity in the presence of others. The spirit of honor and Ian play
was never inculcated. The beast had not been humanized. You cannot
have religion in business until you put religion into the individual. The
business world is not a mechanical object. The affairs of firms are ad-
ministered by human beings. Not until these are trained in the principles
of honor and justice will we have a structure which we shall not dread.
DURING the services for the High Holy Days we Jews offer a prayer
which, in part, reads as follows: "On the New Year it is written and
on the Day of Atonement it is sealed, how many are to pass away and
how many to be born; who shall live and who shall die. etc." I have
noticed, from my chair at the pulpit, that the loudest weeping and wailing
occurs at the words "who shall live." It would appear that the congrega-
tion would weep the loudest at the phrase "who shall die." It would appear
that each worshipper would be concerned lest he die. That thought should
bring forth the mast fervent prayers and tears. But it is not so. The loud-
est wailing is at the phrase "who shall live." Each one worries more about
the other fellow's living than his own dying.
A SIMILAR condition exists in business. A merchant is more concerned
about Ins competitors profits than about his own losses. When he is
Mown a plan of cooperation whereby he can make a fair and honorable
'ving. he rejects it because his competitor also stands to gain by tin
arrangement. He prefers to continue losing rather than to accept a plan
which will save him. because it also saves his competitor. Each business
man realizes the truth of these facts. But, the person 0f the business man
the human element has not the honest religious spirit to compel such
just action. Consequently, to recover some of his losses through competi-
tion, the merchant cheats the consumer.
LET us emphasize in our religious instruction that dealing honestly in
business is not only good religion, but it is very good and profitable
business. Ah. but you ask. "can I trust the next fellow?" My answer is
"If you weren't so full of treachery yourself, you'd not suspect the other
fellow." You just take care of number one. You control your own actions
honorably, and. each doing that, will complete a picture that will be 100
per cent honest.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pearlman are
receiving congratulations on the
birth of a baby boy at the Victoria
hospital today.
The revival of the horse goes on
apace in the West. We hope when-
ever our reforesters plant a spread-
ing chestnut they think to set up a
blacksmith underneath.
"Bring 'Km Back Alive"
FISHERMAN
Come out to 7!)tli Street get I
your bait and tackle at the
Tarpon Tackle Shop'
79th St. and Hiseayne Blvd. |
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f i :i;ni .ii li.o limn .-.... i
Sunday und Monday. Jun** l-."> |
"King of the Jungle"
wilh
j BUSTER CRABBE (Lion Man)
I
TIVOLI
W. rlnitlcr at 8th Phone 2-3352
Sunday und Monday. June l-.">
T
VVc nrv fcrvinir a dinner worth n
dollar for ".Or. Steak, chop", sen food.
fried chiiken. smothered chicken, hot
rolls, home made pie*, real coffee.
We use nothinic but vegetable oil-, in
our cooking.
Maxwell 1 louse
1147 S. W. sth SI. iTamiami Trail!
Phone 2-.VJ22
T-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
MMMattSHMHSMi
I
Dade Mattress Go. I
Manufacturers nnil Ketailers
MattreMcai Box Sprints* Pillows j
and Cushion!
Sterilising, Renovating und
Upholstering
i \t mm TO v til
1242 \. MIAMI AVENUE
ThXBPHONE 2-IIM
I lotel Roberts
GARAGE
Auburn and Cord Service
Wrecker Service
Open Day and Night
OFFICIAL A. A. A.
Phone 2-7133 31 S. W. 1st St.
MIAMI
a< ai>i:mY
< >F ARTS
328 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Kin. and CeslSMKlsl An. LI/, claw-
e-.. Aduli I'uhlii- Speaking. Expre*
Ian. I?rim.iti.- Graup mid Individual
instruction.
The same hiyli standard. of in-
tractlon at nnnm pricca. \ lailora
welcome.
MIRRORS
We make table tops.
We re-silver old mirrors.
We make new mirrors of any
design.
We make anything and ev-
erything pertaining to mir-
rors and glass.
Miami Mirror &
Glass Works
60-1 and 613 N. Miami Art.
Phone 2-11S6
FOR A ROYAL GOOD TIME
Be on the Job in swim costume or as yra plea to enjoy (he
contest*, entertainment, dancing and swlmmirj ;.t the Joint
Junior I Iadassah-1 lebrew Athletic Club
SWIM AND DANCE CARNIVAL
Sunday, June 4th, 8:30 P. M. at the
Roman Pools, Miami Beach
Refreshments, lookers at nominal cost,
Announcing the opening of
THE BRASS RAIL EAR
I T. CUNNINGHAM
132 N. E. Second Avenue
hi:i;r on I)WaI'(jht
For fresh
Sea Foods
STOP AT
GAPT. TOM'S
FISH MART
rtafler St. and Miami River
iho, 2-.-.32I w, Navai Class
OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST
Our Fuh are the freshest Caueht I,, ,
>JKHt by our own boats daily
.--------,-----_.. wmh u.my
ii it is Sea Food, we hue ,i i< '
to* prices. <)ur method ,f handih anY m'' a"d at *"'aeUvely
-vanee with all ,he jSJ^SSSf^SUS ** '" '" b"
F R E E
Set the new
RCA VICTOR RADIOS
Horn. Auto llciat
Free Jig-Saw Puzzle to All
Viewing the New Radios
Pan-American
Radio, Inc.
1X09 N. K. 2nd Aif. Phone 2-.->0IH
RCA Victor Distributor
Call 2-5048 for Radio Service
ANNOUNCING the removal or
MORT'S
From 513 N. Miami Ave.
to
601 N. Miami Ave.
I'M MIIINC. (JAS KITTINi;
REPAIRS srppi.iKS
Let Mori Kstimnte Your Job
Mort's Reparit
System
601 N. Miami Axe. Phone : ;.'l.
!
BEER
DISPENSING EQITPMENT
and ACCESSORIES
Kotahliahed I8TI
11. P. Chandlee
Sons Company
BALTIMORE, Ml).
MIAMI SHOWROOMS:
1975 B. W. Mh 81, Phone 2-617".
a
The Finest and Freshest
Vegetables in Florida
Live Poultry
Everything choice
MRS. A. WALL
32 and 33
FARMERS Cl'RB MARKET
S. W. 2nd Ave. and Bridge
Phone 3-1181
Delaney & Beers
Kodak KininhinK and Enlarging
I 'ommercial Work and Home Portrait*
50% Off on All Amateur Work
212 N. K. 4th St. Phone MM
Royal Typewriters
New ^and Factory Keliuilt
Portables. 329.50 to jGO.OO
B. W. TRACKER, Local Dealer
210 N. B. 2nd St. Phone 2-011.',
In the Heart of Your
Neighborhood
PIGGLY
WIGGLY
A .Miami Institution
lecfricify
IS YOUR
CHEAPEST
SERVANT
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1933.
THE J EWISH FLORIDIAN
rage Five
OCIETY
rd mi Hyman N. Levy and
irrlVed in Baltimore last
ifter a pleasant journey
" |Oe0rgla where tliey visited
:,i were the guests of the
r the children who attend-
dCamp Wohelo for Girls last year.
to Levy, well known for her com-
:.. m Miami, is the owner
,ad director of the camp which will
m lorlls 1'"""1 annual season on
wiiilc in Atlanta a group of
-;ris enrolled tor camp.
PLAYING AT THE
I invite danger from a possible slum-
City
Commissioner
+1+
Standing nn his record of lead-
enhlp and delivering progress
and prosperity while President
of Chamber of Commerce. 1915
In 1925 and as Mayor. 1927 to
1929.




Try the
ROSEDALE
Delicatessen
lid N. W. FIFTH ST.
INol connected with any
oilier firm or business)
FOR ANYTHING IN FOOD
AND DELICATESSEN
Hi-Hi Home Cooked
Jiwtah Food Daily
I "I lerytbing Tbtt'% Good"
a
Hany I Llpton, prominent attor-
ney and communal worker, left
Monday for a combined business and
pleasure trip to Chicago.
t
Mrs. Charles Goldstein left lasl
week to spend some time at Ashe-
ville. N. c. to visit relative and
friends there.

Bridge was the feature oi the par-
ty given by Mrs. William Blman
recently in honor of Miss Beatrice
Shalf. whose enl to Dr.
Leonard Finn has been announced.
Miss Sliaff was invited to cut the
cake, in winch were concealed mes-
ot felicitation Those present
were Miss Mary Bandel Miss Ida
and Miss Ruth Schwartz, Miss Daisy
Shaft*, Miss Marge and Miss Tillye
Predlnger, Miss Lee Kasanof. Mis:
[da and Miss Sara Merlin. Miss
Charlotte and Miss Sara Kohn. Mi
Helma and Miss Leona Rose Mi-
Lillian Wucker. Miss Iiea Silver.
Miss Gertrude and Miss Charlotte
Rappaport. Miss Sylvia Miles. Miss
Janice Klien. Miss Viola Katz. Miss
Bernice Loeb. Miss Mae Rosenthal.
Mrs. Flo Merlin. Mrs Mae Levine,
Mrs. Bess Wcinikoff. Mrs. Celia Co-
hen. Mrs. Natalie Levit, Mrs Fran-
ces Warschoff and Mrs C. Velelt.
*
Mr. and Mrs. David Rosenthal of
130 S. W. Fifth avenue, announce
the birth of a son at Jackson Me-
morial hospital on May 25 The baby
has been given the name of His
grandfather, Herman.
...
Mr and Mrs William Blman and
M,s Prances R. Warschoff lefl last
weck for Ocala to attend the United
States postal convention to winch
Mr. Elman is a delegate.

The eighth birthday "f Frederick
.\ Freidman was celebrated at a
party Saturday afternoon at the
home of his parents. r and M,
A F Freidman. Patriotic decora-
tions.'as weU as favors and refresh-
ment8l featured the party. Games ,
all kinds wee played, and prizes
1 awarded to winners.
Quests were Gilbert Freidman.
Dickie Wise. Phylhs Rosentha Re-
,.,. weslcr. Pearl Sapero. Lewis
,,-. Stanley Hayman. Norman
M Betty Ann Brown Nanette
Cohen. Nataleah Simon. Nathan Co-
. Adele s-one. Lovey Freidman.
joan TUltoger, Elbert Welntraub.
Sthan AroP.ow,./. Eugene Somber*
Onariotte Frank. Man,,, Dubler and
Marcey Schwartz.
TlVOLl THEATRE Bering crocodile, so the remainder
of the trip was made in considerable
suspense without the protection of
the rifle.

Right in the heart of darkest Af-
rica has grown a little city built on
European lines.
It is surrounded by a jungle in
which savage beasts prowl; yet
paved streets, continental clubs, a
railroad, colonial and railroad ad-
ministration buildings and electric
light are within its borders.
The city is Nairobi, capital of Ken-
ya Colony, British East Africa, se-
lected by Paramount as the locale
of the opening scenes in "King of
the Jungle." coming to the Tlvoli
theatre Sunday and Monday. In this
picture the famous "Lion Man" role
. is played by Buster Crabbe. world
champion swimmer, selected after a
nation-wide search.
Ian Officiated al the ceremony. The It is from Nairobi that all of the
bride won a white ensemble with safari start their long treks on the
coi age ol sweetheart rases and or- hunting expeditions into the Uganda
chids Mrs Michael Klemtner sang i district.
he nuptia', music,
Bl'STER CRABBE
I):- Kaplan and Mrs. Kaplan will
a immediately alter the Sabbath
to pend a few days in Buffalo. N. Y.
and then in the Berkshire hills, re-
turning to Miami the latter part of
the summer.

It is not only possible, it has been
compulsory, to go through the jungle
unarmed, according to Frank Buck.
whose adventures in the tropics are
shown in "Bring Em Back Alive,"
RKO-Radio picture coming to the
7th Avenue theatre next Sunday and
Monday. In one of the side trips
winch were taken while making
"Bring Em Back Alive." the only
Brearm Mr. Buck and the native
boys took was a .44 rifle. This was
powerful enough tor defense against
any animals attack, but-one of
the boys, who was carrying the gun.
dropped it overboard from their dug-
out canoe To fish it out meant to
FREE
? ? ?
? ?
FREE
A beautiful premium with the
purchase of six gallons of gas-
oline for SI.00. Gas fresh from
the fields.
Oklahoma
Gas Station
101 S. W. BBCOND AVENUE
JOHN K.
CLEMMER
for
City
Commissioner
I firmly pledge myself to a vig-
orous, positive and unfaltering
prosecution of any investiga-
tion, litigation or other action
now pending or which may be-
come necessary to procure low-
er rates for all public utilities,
including electricity, gas, water
and telephone.
I hold no brief for any public
utility company and defy any-
one to submit proof or evidence
contrary to this statement.
Adult* 20r
Children 10c
Box Office
pen* 5:43
p.m. Sunday
Sunday and Mond>. June 4-3
FRANK BUCK'S
"Bring 'Em
Back Alive"
TucirTy
Laundry Service
PU| work ironed, wc.rine apparel
damp and ready to iron.
Monday. Tuesday and
Wednetd.y. 1.1 Iba. .
Thursday and
Friday. 20 lbs........
Minimum
WHITE BELT LAUNDRY
I'hone Kdiiewater 1568
-----------------4.
Cars Painted
By Electricity
Excellent Work,
only
$5.00
| JOHN WOLFE
I I6TH ST. ANI 20TII CT.. S. W.
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1
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A mbulance
Service
NEW LOCATION
GAUTIER
Funeral I lome
*E8I PLAGUES AT HGHTH AVE.
L
Miss Belle Schwartz daughter of
Ml* and Mrs. Henry Schwartz, was
Carried to Myer Ornsteir. rue*a
atthehomeoiMr.Ornsteinsslst
aml brother-in-law, Mr. and Mn
Sol Schneider. Rabbi Jacob H. Kap
.0lBll!
: DODDY PIES:
_________________________________m
The Finest Ever **<* m
I Absolutely Kosher I
___________---------------
Sold al All Independen.
,;,.,. ers and Sod. fount..!.. m
Made by
I DODDINGTON
BAKERY .
2723 S. W. Eighth Street
phone 2-9562
I
RED CROSS
-DRUG
DEPARTMENT
STORE
M K. Flakier St. I'hone 2-1I96
Free Delivery in (irealer Miami
Dade Awning Go.
Quality Service
1003 S. W. EIGHTH STREET |
Phone 3-1419
GLASS
J. A. SAI.VIN & COMPANY
169 N. W. .'.th SI.
I'hone 2-9124
Auto Mid window lass. picture
framing, mirrors and re-silvennu.
land hlastinit.
Soy Bean Bread
and other vegetable breads
GOOD HEALTH BAKING
COMPANY. INC.
216". W. Flacler St. Phone M81I
The "Good Health" Kind
ARE WE keeping
faith with those who trust us, are
we living up to our obligations if
we risk their future happiness by
ignoring the problems that would
arise for them if, some day, we
did not come home?
Life Insurance offers the safe and
certain answer. There is no sub-
stitute.
A Southern Health & Life Insur-
ance Policy on each one is neces-
sary to protect the others from
the privation and expense caused
by the last illness and death.
A few pennies each weck is the
total cost.
Southern Life &
Health Insurance
Company
T. S. Cook, Manager
610 Kcalty Hoard RldK. Phone 2-3419
Dependable Beer
Bars and Fixtures
We know how!
TRIPLE XXX CO.
30 S. \V. 8th St. Phone 2-0794
King Funeral Home
/'< Serve Humanity Better
Operated by FRANK Q. MeGHAVS WIDOW 29 N. W. 3rd Ave. Phones 2-1.V1.-,2-1621
Dr. A. T. knowles
2936 N. W. Kth Ave. Phone 2-7300
MODERN PET HOSPITAL
1 ;r' i Individual Hoard.nit Run-*
Effective Tick Medicine Sold
Automobile Storage Bonded Warehouse
SPECIAL RATES FOR SEASON
L. A. JONES, Inc.
-. __ .... mm
N. K. 20TII ST. AND N. MIAMI AVK.
PHONK 2-6342
NIGELEY
Funeral I lome
123S Washinuton Ave.. Miami Reach
PHONE 5-3355

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THE JEWISH FLORIDI AN
Friday, lune 2. 1933,
i
SOCIETY
The Ladies' auxiliary ol the Jew-
ish Welfare bureau is sponsoring a
benefit card party Wednesday eve-
ning, June 21, at the Columbus ho-
le] Mrs. Harry Ollphant is general
chairman, Mrs, Bernard Simon.
chairman of prizes and Mrs. j.
Han/, in charge oi refreshments,
Prizes will be awarded for high
scores and refreshments will be
served. The public is urged to at-
tend.

Students returning to Miami this
week from the different colleges they
have been attending arc Leo Kup-
ferstein, Herman Mechlowltz, Mil-
ton Friedman and Ethel Mintser.
The junior committee ol Beth
David Sisterhood, which met Mon-
day night at the home ot Mrs.
George Goldberg, i lected the follow-
ing officers: Mrs Stanlej Myers,
chairman; Mrs Goldberg, vice
chairman and Mrs. Harry Maiko-
\vn/. secretary Plan.- for the coming
year were presented by Mrs. Lewis
Brown, president ol the sisterhood.
Summer meetings are planned, the
BEAUX
A R 1 S
CAFE
/ ', First and B,
Drau !*/i/ Beer in Miami
Our Beer is Made from
Bavarian Hops and
Barley Grain
Abwlutch None Befti r
Large Bice Glass lOe
Ladies Invited
155 N. E. 1st St.
first of which will be held at the
home of Mrs. Markowitz. A social
hour followed the meeting.

Last Thursday night the com-
munity centre of the Hebrew Ath-
letic club was the scene of a large
gathering when more than 30 tables
of bridge were in play for the benefit
bridge for German Jewish sufferers,
The affair which was sponsored by
the Woman's club of the W. C. re-
sulted in a tidy sum being raised
which was forwarded to the Joint
Distribution committee. This is the
first Of a series of affairs which ale
being planned to raise funds for the
relief of the distressed Jews in Ger-
many, Active in making the ar-
rangements and In the sale oi tick-
ets was a committee consisting ol
imes Henry Seitlin. F. Slaviter,
.
One of the most impressive and
unusual ceremonies In a synai
were those observed Thursday morn-
ing at the Miami Jewish Orthodox
congregation when Immediatelj pre-
ceding the "Ylzkor" services, Rabbi
Jonah E. Caplan bade the congre-
gation farewell and then announced
that the "bris"' ol the Infant son ol
Mr. and Mrs Jacob Rosenthal ol
i city would be performed in the
synagogue. Rabbi B. D Mindel per-
formed the circumcision in the pres-
: several hundred people Hon-
ors weie given to Rabbi Caplan. Mr.
Abraham Jacob- ol Atlanta. Ga.,
Mrs Ida Buckstein, past president
Of the Ladies' auxiliary, Mr, and
Mrs. Milton Weiner. and others. Fol-
lowing the "bris" Rabbi Caplan
preached the "memorial" service, Ho
far as can be learned this is the first
time a "bris" has been held in any
synagogue in Miami.

One of the prettiest affairs of re-
cent days was the benefit bride. I I
I Junior Hadassah held last Sunday
night at the home of its newly
elected president, Mrs. Jennie H.
Rotlort when more than 20 tables of
bridge were in play. The home was
beautifully decorated lor the event
Delicious refreshments were served
during the evening. Assisting Mrs.
Rotfort in entertaining were Sylvia
Miles, Veeda Cromer and Bede Gol-
di nblank. I'n/.es for high scores wi re
awarded to Mrs. Max Pepper, Mrs.
Louis Weinkle. Mrs. M. Sliver Mi-
Bess Besvinick, and M18S Millie
Drelsen,
A .-mall Kansa.- boy is reported as
saying his prayers nightly in his
sleep A long time ago they burled
the husband who said grace in his
.I'M' Hi.- wife's name was Betty.
Beer is banned trom Niagara
in accordance with the unan-
imous sentiment of honeymooning
couples who request, "Drink to me
only with thine eves.'
Congress i- now dragging matters
along lor whole minutes that it used
to settle on the spur of the fortnight,
. I nnouncing the opening of
BORNSTEIIVS Restaurant
Sunday, June 4th
Where you will be served the finest foods and drinks
.u moderate prices. Please come and be convinced.
B () R N S I E IN'S
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Bargains $52,000 Bargains
FIRE SALE
OF GROCERIES
The Fancy Wholesale Grocery Stock of Hill Brothers,
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(vanned Goods, to be sold
Regardless of Cost
SALE OPENS 9:30 A. M. FRIDAY, Jl XK 2nd
And Continues Until All Is Sold!
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%  HraHB .....i. v _-£. <3 ^.... % %  — -;";-. ,-. % % % %  %  Y.r^;7_W,£_. -.-.;. ,:.' %  .. .. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, June 2, 1933. Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David will leave for his summer vacation to be spent in the North on Monday next. He will be accompanied by Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, formerly of the Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation. • • • Cantor Nathan Wroobe! left last Saturday night to conduct services at Dayton. Ohio, during the "ShVUOth" services. He will return to Miami the early part of next week. Final plans for the five dollar %  or earn dinner being sponsored by the .Junior Hariassah at the Tropical Jungle Gardens out on the Biscayne boulevard have been completed and call for an evening ol dancing, vaudeville entertainment and novelty stunts. All members and friends are urged to attend. • An important meeting of the Frank H. Wharton for the board of directors of the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery association will be held at Beth David Talmud Torah hall on Wednesday. June 14. when officers will be elected from among the representatives of the affiliated synagogues and organizations. • • • Members of the Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation board of directors are urged to attend an important meeting of the board which will be held Tuesday. June 6, at the synagogue when matters of the Talmud Torah and synagogue will be discussed. • • • An important meeting of the Ladies' auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation will be held Tuesday evening. June 6. at the synagogue and all members are urged to attend as very Important business will be transacted. Committee appointments lor the coming year will be announced and final plans lor the installation which will be held on June 11 at the Palatial Kosher restaurant will be announced. • • Miss Rase Levin entertained a group of friends last Monday night at her home in celebration of her sixteenth birthday. Bridge and dancing were enjoyed and at a late hour a delicious buffet luncheon was injoyed. The hostess was the recipu in of a large number of gifts. • • • The bridge of the Junior Council | of Jewish Women scheduled for last Wednesday night was postponed bei a use of "Shvuoth" and will be held this coming Wednesday. June 7. at | the Miami Colonial hotel with Miss Paye Sheldon, Millie and Sylvia I Dreiscn as co-hostesses. Prizes will be awarded for high scores and refreshments will be served. The public is urged to attend. • Word was received here of the sudden death last Wednesday morning at Washington. D. C. of Mr. Ed Cooper, a brother of Mrs. J. Katz and Mrs. B. Kandel of this city. Mrs. ECandel left Wednesday to attend the funeral which is being held to,, Mr. cooper was actively engaged in the hardware business at Washington for a long number of years and was an active communal worker in many of the city's congregational and charitable affairs. Next Monday night the recently elected officers and board of the Junior Council of Jewish Women will meet at the home of its president. Mi.-s Faye Sheldon, in the Granada apartments to transact impel taut business. The following night, Tuesday, a general meeting of all members will be held at the Ponce de Leon hotel and will be m charge of Miss Sheldon. All members are urged to attend. • • • Mrs M Pnlzker left last week lor In r vacation and will spend several month* visiting relatives and lriends in New York. New Haven and Hartford. • • a Mr and Mrs. Michael Arnold of I Coral Cables entertained last Sun| day nigh) in honor of Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David congregation, Mrs. Lewis Brown. Mrs. Isldor Cohen and Mrs. Morris Dubler. Cards were played and prizes wen given for high scores. During the evening delicious refreshments were served. Among those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Isldor Cohen. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Mr. land Mrs. Morris Dubler. Mr. and Mrs. S J. Specter, Mr. and Mrs. M. i Hoffman. Mr. and Mrs. S. Abcnson. Mr. and Mrs. J. Katz. Mr. and Mrs Louis Hayman. Mrs. J. Englcr. Misses Ida and Mollic Engler. Mr. and Mrs. William Friedman. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Markowitz. Mrs. Freda Lutzky. Mr. Charles Goldstein. Mr. im.sc v. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Fair. Miss Bea silver. Miss Sylvia Rayvis, Mr. and Mrs. C. Frank. Mr. and Mrs, Sam Wiessel, Mr. and Mrs. M. Scbeinberg, Mr. and Mrs. B. Kandel. Mr and Mrs. I. Silver, and Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Rayvis. • • • Mr. Max Rappaport left for Clarksdale. Miss., last week to go to the bedside of his brother who is seriously ill. • • • Mr. and Mrs Leonard Epstein and daughter. Ann-Engler. and Mrs. I Epstein's mother, left last week for a short visit with Mr. Epstein's ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Epsicir j Goldsboro, N. C. While away will attend a reunion of Mr. stem's class at the University^! North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N. Vote For Alexander ORR JR. A nnouncing ... THE OPENING OF SERVICE GRAIN COMPANY DlatrihateM of PRATT'S QUALITY FEEDS AND REMEDIES IS8 N. W. 2.-.TH ST. PfcOM 2-2482 Mami. Florida CAMP WOHELO For Girls An Ideal Vacation Spot for Your Daughter BERTHA BBRKOWITCH LEVY Owner and Pirn-tor Hilda Riesner 1KB7 S. W. Thirteenth Street MIAMI REPRESENTATIVE For Information Phone 3-2493 OLD HEIDELBERG DINNER featuring 50C A REAL BEER GARDEN TONITE Decorated ami Landscaped in // %  Rbineland 151 S. E. SECOND STREET PROTECT YOUR TITLE WITH A TITLE & TRUST CO. TITLE INSURANCE POLICY FLORIDA-DADE TITLE CORP. "Title Plants with Forty-eight Years of Service" Entire Third Floor Security Building Announcing the opening of HOBBY'S BEER GARDEN 1548 S. W. Eighth Street City Commission of Miami Past Record City Councilman 1903-1WJ Myor of Miami 1907-1911 City Councilman 1915-1911 City Manager 1921-1921 City Manager 1930-1931 He Pledges An honest and sincere endeavor at all times for an eeonomieal, progressive, intelligent, and sane administration of Miami's government in the interest of all the people. KEEN SIGHT 129 Seybold Building Xouyou can buy 14 BILTMORE LAUNDRY SERVICE at a price that fits your pocketbook! PHONE 3-3687 21 N. W. 9TII ST. + ...— f •L*LJ*L4£-^-<*Flagler Poultry Market Wholesale and Retail Dlatrikatora of Strictly Fresh Florida Eggs Fancy Live and Dressed Poultry "No Short WaUthtaNo l.nns Waits" I IS] W. Hauler Bt. I'hone 2-SK7H + I I I Alexander Orr, Jr., Inc. Plumbing and I leating Ml \MI IIKAITI 1122 I'ith St. I'hone V.V.Ifi MIAMI 4", N. W. 3rd St. I'hone 2-.1BM1 CARTER FUNERAL SERVICE .-,ll WEST PLAGLBR BTREBT PHONES 2-8421—2-8422 MITCHELL JACOBY, Experienced Jewsih Attendant m < barge SIDKBOTTOM Ice Cream Co. 2124 N. W. 7th Ave. lino W. Haalrr St. 733 N. W. .111h St. PHONB 2-3812 NFW, ELECTRO LUX %  %  <><"• < Tut6y%7iitiiiiGtnvioB Gas Appliances, Inc. — ISOI N. K. 2nd A>e. Phone Mill No Moving Parts Utter Silence Coal Candidate for City Commissioner EAT SCHCOLNIK'S NEW YORK Bohemian Rye Produced by New York Bread & Cake Co.. Inc. CHEELY LUMBER CORPORATION LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS I 100 N. W. 17th Ae. Tel. 2-6I2J FRENCHY'S dollar special! Shampoo, Finirrr Wave with Arrh or Manicure or three of any Mich service* for $1.00 Special Permanent* h> Alphon*e Dumaine IS.M SS.00 $10.00 :i.oo I .i.nil.. Kedmed to Sl..">0 Manicure Mfl HUNK MISt Dalian Park Hotel ( OMPLETE Beer Equipment Also Domestic Refrigerators Ceo. Patterson, IncJ 140.". Hiaraynr Blvd. I'hone 1-48M I



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^ lune 1933. THE J EWISH FLORIDIAN rage Five OCIETY rd MI Hyman N. Levy and irrlV ed in Baltimore last ifter a pleasant journey |Oe0 rgla where tliey visited : i were the guests of the r the children who attenddCamp Wohelo for Girls last year. to Levy, well known for her com:.. m Miami, is the owner ,ad director of the camp which will m lor l ls 1 '""" 1 annual season on wiiilc in Atlanta a group of ;r is enrolled tor camp. PLAYING AT THE I invite danger from a possible slumCity Commissioner +1+ Standing nn his record of leadenhlp and delivering progress and prosperity while President of Chamber of Commerce. 1915 In 1925 — and as Mayor. 1927 to 1929. %  %  %  %  Try the ROSEDALE Delicatessen lid N. W. FIFTH ST. INol connected with any oilier firm or business) FOR ANYTHING IN FOOD AND DELICATESSEN Hi-Hi Home Cooked %  Jiwtah Food Daily I "I lerytbing Tbtt'% Good" %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  a %  %  Hany I Llpton, prominent attorney and communal worker, left Monday for a combined business and pleasure trip to Chicago. • t Mrs. Charles Goldstein left lasl week to spend some time at Asheville. N. c. to visit relative and friends there. • • • Bridge was the feature oi the party given by Mrs. William Blman recently in honor of Miss Beatrice Shalf. whose enl to Dr. Leonard Finn has been announced. Miss Sliaff was invited to cut the cake, in winch were concealed mesot felicitation Those present were Miss Mary Bandel Miss Ida and Miss Ruth Schwartz, Miss Daisy Shaft*, Miss Marge and Miss Tillye Predlnger, Miss Lee Kasanof. Mis: [da and Miss Sara Merlin. Miss Charlotte and Miss Sara Kohn. Mi Helma and Miss Leona Rose MiLillian Wucker. Miss Iiea Silver. Miss Gertrude and Miss Charlotte Rappaport. Miss Sylvia Miles. Miss Janice Klien. Miss Viola Katz. Miss Bernice Loeb. Miss Mae Rosenthal. Mrs. Flo Merlin. Mrs Mae Levine, Mrs. Bess Wcinikoff. Mrs. Celia Cohen. Mrs. Natalie Levit, Mrs Frances Warschoff and Mrs C. Velelt. • • Mr. and Mrs. David Rosenthal of 130 S. W. Fifth avenue, announce the birth of a son at Jackson Memorial hospital on May 25 The baby has been given the name of His grandfather, Herman. ... Mr and Mrs William Blman and M ,s Prances R. Warschoff lefl last weck for Ocala to attend the United States postal convention to winch Mr. Elman is a delegate. • • • The eighth birthday "f Frederick .\ Freidman was celebrated at a party Saturday afternoon at the home of his parents. r and M, A F Freidman. Patriotic decorations.'as weU as favors and refreshment8l featured the party. Games ,„ all kinds wee played, and prizes 1 awarded to winners. Quests were Gilbert Freidman. Dickie Wise. Phylhs Rosentha Re„,.,. weslcr. Pearl Sapero. Lewis ,,-„„. Stanley Hayman. Norman M Betty Ann Brown Nanette Cohen. Nataleah Simon. Nathan Co£„. Adele s-one. Lovey Freidman. joan TUltoger, Elbert Welntraub. Sthan AroP.ow,./. Eugene Somber* Onariotte Frank. Man,,, Dubler and Marcey Schwartz. TlVOLl THEATRE Bering crocodile, so the remainder of the trip was made in considerable suspense without the protection of the rifle. • • • Right in the heart of darkest Africa has grown a little city built on European lines. It is surrounded by a jungle in which savage beasts prowl; yet paved streets, continental clubs, a railroad, colonial and railroad administration buildings and electric light are within its borders. The city is Nairobi, capital of Kenya Colony, British East Africa, selected by Paramount as the locale of the opening scenes in "King of the Jungle." coming to the Tlvoli theatre Sunday and Monday. In this picture the famous "Lion Man" role is played by Buster Crabbe. world champion swimmer, selected after a nation-wide search. Ian Officiated al the ceremony. The It is from Nairobi that all of the bride won a white ensemble with safari start their long treks on the coi age ol sweetheart rases and orhunting expeditions into the Uganda chids Mrs Michael Klemtner sang i district. %  he nuptia', music, Bl'STER CRABBE I):Kaplan and Mrs. Kaplan will a immediately alter the Sabbath to pend a few days in Buffalo. N. Y. and then in the Berkshire hills, returning to Miami the latter part of the summer. • • • It is not only possible, it has been compulsory, to go through the jungle unarmed, according to Frank Buck. whose adventures in the tropics are shown in "Bring Em Back Alive," RKO-Radio picture coming to the 7th Avenue theatre next Sunday and Monday. In one of the side trips winch were taken while making "Bring Em Back Alive." the only Brearm Mr. Buck and the native boys took was a .44 rifle. This was powerful enough tor defense against any animals attack, but-one of the boys, who was carrying the gun. dropped it overboard from their dugout canoe To fish it out meant to FREE • &f &f &f &f &f FREE A beautiful premium with the purchase of six gallons of gasoline for SI.00. Gas fresh from the fields. Oklahoma Gas Station 101 S. W. BBCOND AVENUE JOHN K. CLEMMER for City Commissioner I firmly pledge myself to a vigorous, positive and unfaltering prosecution of any investigation, litigation or other action now pending or which may become necessary to procure lower rates for all public utilities, including electricity, gas, water and telephone. I hold no brief for any public utility company and defy anyone to submit proof or evidence contrary to this statement. Adult* 20r Children 10c Box Office % %  pen* 5:43 p.m. Sunday Sunday and Mond>. June 4-3 FRANK BUCK'S "Bring 'Em Back Alive" TucirTy Laundry Service PU| work ironed, wc.rine apparel damp and ready to iron. Monday. Tuesday and Wednetd.y. 1.1 Iba. Thursday and Friday. 20 lbs Minimum WHITE BELT LAUNDRY I'hone Kdiiewater 1568 4. Cars Painted By Electricity Excellent Work, only $5.00 | JOHN WOLFE I I6TH ST. ANI 20TII CT.. S. W. + 1 U91 — Phones — 2-8192 A mbulance Service NEW LOCATION GAUTIER Funeral I lome *E8I PLAGUES AT HGHTH AVE. L Miss Belle Schwartz daughter of Ml and Mrs. Henry Schwartz, was Carried to Myer Ornsteir. rue*a atthehomeoiMr.Ornsteinsslst aml bro ther-in-law, Mr. and Mn Sol Schneider. Rabbi Jacob H. Kap %  %  %  %  %  %  %  0 l B l l : DODDY PIES: %  m %  The Finest Ever **<* m I Absolutely Kosher I %  %  Sold al All Independen. %  %  ,;,.,. ers and Sod. fount..!.. m %  Made by %  I DODDINGTON %  %  BAKERY 2723 S. W. Eighth Street %  phone 2-9562 %  I %  RED CROSS -DRUG DEPARTMENT STORE M K. Flakier St. I'hone 2-1I96 Free Delivery in (irealer Miami Dade Awning Go. Quality Service 1003 S. W. EIGHTH STREET | Phone 3-1419 GLASS J. A. SAI.VIN & COMPANY 169 N. W. .'.th SI. I'hone 2-9124 Auto Mid window lass. picture framing, mirrors and re-silvennu. land hlastinit. Soy Bean Bread and other vegetable breads GOOD HEALTH BAKING COMPANY. INC. 216". W. Flacler St. Phone M81I The "Good Health" Kind ARE WE keeping faith with those who trust us, are we living up to our obligations if we risk their future happiness by ignoring the problems that would arise for them if, some day, we did not come home? Life Insurance offers the safe and certain answer. There is no substitute. A Southern Health & Life Insurance Policy on each one is necessary to protect the others from the privation and expense caused by the last illness and death. A few pennies each weck is the total cost. SOUTHERN LIFE & HEALTH INSURANCE COMPANY T. S. COOK, Manager 610 Kcalty Hoard RldK. Phone 2-3419 Dependable Beer Bars and Fixtures We know how! TRIPLE XXX CO. 30 S. \V. 8th St. Phone 2-0794 King Funeral Home /'<• Serve Humanity Better Operated by FRANK Q. MeGHAVS WIDOW 29 N. W. 3rd Ave. Phones 2-1.V1.-,—2-1621 Dr. A. T. knowles 2936 N. W. Kth Ave. Phone 2-7300 MODERN PET HOSPITAL 1 ;r' %  i %  Individual Hoard.nit Run-* Effective Tick Medicine Sold Automobile Storage Bonded Warehouse SPECIAL RATES FOR SEASON L. A. JONES, Inc. -. .... mm N. K. 20TII ST. AND N. MIAMI AVK. PHONK 2-6342 NIGELEY Funeral I lome 123S Washinuton Ave.. Miami Reach PHONE 5-3355 I


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fJeWst] florid!ian So. :-' %  1 lORHivs ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI HoKlhA. FRIDAY, |l \| ... ,.,,,. PI ection of Frank H. ber ol the city Miami, his friends not only as ;i plonmmunal worker, | „ • ., city mayor, as .,a member of obtained an intion ol city af%  >. men possess. He City's needs, ils ness man lie to approach a solution ;:i difficulties in a implish results Iv taxpayers In businesslike manto. He pledges his help to solve the olution of the 111. economy in mini nai ion. and a sram thai will insure reduction as a reduction ol mensurate with the jptsofthe taxpayer and consumr ;.ir. Wharton came to Miami and hid build Royal Palm hoihich v I i :.: ll building Ol (i by Henry Plagler untiringly wked for tl Interests and %  %  yers. | inner, better known Doc" to hi hosl ol Friends wghout Miami and Florida Is liking u i'i orous campaign for iciion to the city commission of Hi. Camp MIH' on a platform effl'in.'in without hi or fa-, i pledged to such pion as I insure a re:tion of power rates tor all utiliiDcludli water, telephone He challenges an] to proM%  hal he Is affiliated or blic utility comI the public and I : i old in his business ol ol his Integrity, rk for the common I i Idenl ol Miami for : ii ha 11 ved as Itad of thi Mahi Shrine temple. % %  ember ft U Hoard ol Pharliicy and received recognition R druggist ii Florida as well as jwionally. in urging his election. |w" Clemmi r' friends urge upon p voters thai the city of Miami PMsa man : practical affain and |W merely 11 .ousts In order to lit' | present condition. jr., one of the Ii idIn the race for city il Miami, has emded as untrue all ruecl that he was option m power rates I that he H-as allied with power I • the rights ol the I points to an unblemI ; public service and a prool ol the facl I ays been fair minded Wrfced ror the interests of the president ol the Dade 1 %  Reltel association he the prime factors In [ 'A Inch meant the sav; 0l thousands of dollars t<> the and taxpayer. He favtion In power rates to urate with the rights imer, the carrying out ol Vm io relieve distress and %  Pjoyment in an economical r ami translating platforms Junior Council Install Officers Tin formal installation cently elected officei Council ol j( wl h w Thursdaj nighl at the Miai i lonial hotel with Mis Mi and Mi is the Installing of) decoration carried oui tl Couni ii Spei lal" tin mc ol a i il centn pii '•'"'" 'rain. Grei members and p, n during the evenii on popul u on joyed, in charge ol arra i commiti i Mi i Millii Drel i Miriam and H Kantor. Th< cai Auxiliary Will Hold Banquet Final the formal In ladieauxiliarj of tl ish Orthodox 'aid ; K In addition to the lion ceremonii II be a prolam ol musii. tertalnmenl In chai meni I ',i d -.;.! an Abramson and .1 I. SI ide with any in mber of tin tee I'ncc Five Ccnti Synagog to Honor Departing Rabbi :. who ret thi Min< m Montt a fan ngi %  pn Idenl i : Ii lack Hit i 1534 • N W Saturdaj il B 30 p n Ol tin lab Ited to al Critics Commend Young Artist Maccabees To Hold Convention j Announcements! Junior Mai i abi es will hold a %  convention In Miami on June ::t and 11 Deli gate will attend from ei-ii places in thi tab On thi ning oi the thirtet nth there will be LI program pul on en her a ... %  y club m Coia: i labli or the Bi'.tmore hoU : the place ha i ot been definitely decided upon the program there will bi a ball. Tlcki ts will .,c! Which will admit a C I inon -> %  to be used In sendin the deli gation consl ting ol the Junior Mae ab %  on he tra and i I hi n to Di troit, Mich., to attend thi supremi rulj 25 to 29 Ini ending 'Ins delegation to induce the Maccabees to build their proposed hotel In the vicinitj ol Miami. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) 311 WashinKtnn Avc, Miami Bench The usual services begin at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning Bervici gin at 8:30 and Mlncha Bervici lowed by Marriv at 6:30 p.m. Late services have been discontinued until the High Holidays. Daily services at 8 a.m. Cantor To Tour State of Florida Canl on a tour ol Florida ,,t the Jewish Ploridian. who i he has JU-t jollied He will fli Wi : Palm Beach and and every .Jewish community ilish a closer cooperation bi twei n > very Jewish commun X | : articles on thi oi tii, dlffi ri nl Jewish communitie bj Cantor Schlachman will be In .shortly. into action rather tl lien promises, as ha pened In the past. HI POin' to his unparalleled record Ol unselfish civic work as a criterion bj which to Judge the man his election 11 the citizens want esty, efficiency, economj and In forwarding the int. i 'I Miami citizens and the pro M" ml for the bench' ol all Its people. E O Sewell. loriner mayor o '•' ami. and leader m the recent primary contest, came to Miami prior ,,, the incorporation ol the city and „„ been In the tore"-"' <•' ho Hghtlng to make Miami one ol the rned and mosl tmcc. mea „, the country. Serving for more than seven years as presldenl „, ^e Miami Chamber of Commerce, he haa been continually and unremittingly active for the estab„s,„„e„. ol a deep water I and the increasing of the tourl md\trl.l life of the city. He served Z city commissioner and recentlj nthusiastic :••( Ital hall 1 c Monday i I' (in : o in three mow Ii .i ::. mm v.inch brought from many ol Miami's leading musii L i ci '.lo pupil ol Wal.: i : : man for I he pasl torn and l. numbei ol statewide and taientaying. The technique shown by ard in the rendition of the entire concerto from memory evoked much commendation from musical laimed him ai n .it musical I known artist, wa Bl oiled at thi piano by JOI I ar .nid was heard In a reni number ol vocal -elections accompanied al : velyn Plagman Jonet Beth David Names Board David congregation will ftei bi overned by an administrative board from whose midst will be chosen the officers ol the o [ U (. according to an amendadopted ti i tltution last Administrative committee unanimously elected by the congregation Btanlej C Myers, Harry Markowitz, Edward Freldman, Louis Weinkle, Leo Ackerman, M. J. Kopelowitz. elected lor tWO vear-. and Di \ E Bosenthal, Nat Zalka, 3yd(Velntraub, Al Quadow, M We : d Frank Solomon, elected lor one year. A vote ol confldi net K iven the committee when reports were heard. TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 117 N. E. Nineteenth Street DR. JACOB ll. KAPLAN, Rabbi Beginning with services on i night, service, will be held In Kaplan hall durum the .summer months, and will be very brief. Servici : Of those who take n si rlou ly and wish to al tend services. Joint Affair To Be Held Sunday BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Conserwitivc) ISS N. H Third Aienue MAX SHAPIRO, Itabbi Plans for the joint affair of the Junior Hadassah and the Hebrev Athletic club to be held Sunday evening, June 4. at the Roman Pool ..• Miami Bi ai h have been completed. s. ven \aude\ [He acts by the I ban Reeves dance studio will be presented, and the Florida Hambiei orchestra will furnish the dance music. Professional diving ard stunt exit well aa reasi i contest and swimming contest men and women for which prizes will I). awarded, will be included on the program. The feature event ol the evening will be a bathing beautj contest. The winner ot this will be glvt ii a prize and will be awarded the title ol Mis Good Will. Refn shments will be i rw d al a nominal cost. Guests may attend In bathing suits or obtain locker service One ol Miami's prominent men. will be master of ceremonies 11 Chaikin Is chairman ol the committee in charge for both organizations Friday evening .services begin al 0:30 p.m. Saturday morning services begin at 8:30 a.m. Mlncha followed by Marriv begin at 6:30. Dailj I vices begin at 8 a.m. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox > 1545 S. W. Third Street JONAH E. CAPLAN, Rabbi Friday evening services begin al begin al 9 a.m. and the Mineha and Marriv services at 6:30 p.m. Talmud Torah will resume on Monday al tual hour. Air..:. -. n.. ::is for Yahrzelt may be made by calling the sexton. Mr. William Clem. L>0879. Senior Hadassah Elects Leaders has been the leader m the movement t 0 bring about a reduction ill Utility in making his final plea to thi citizens for election to the citj commission he pledges an economical administration of city affairs. empioymenl oi home labor, propei development of the harbor in the Interests Ol Miami, a reduction in power and utility rates, and an In,,, readjustment ol the troublesome bond .situation H.s friends hla election on his past record „, achievement and known determination to succeed In the face of may seem to be insurmountable difficulties and to insure the growth and success of Miami. An Important meeting ol thi lor Hadassah was held last Monda; at the Acacia club when election Ol officers resulted In the followln b urn chosenHonorary president Ml Freda Lut/kv; president. MiMax Dobrin; first vice president Mrs. Joseph Williamson: second viCI presidcni. Mrs. Barney Weinkle: third vice president, Mrs Julius Simpson; recording secretary. Mrs Louis Heimaii: corresponding tary. Mrs. Alex Goldstein; financial tary, Mrs. Milton Welner; treasurer, Mrs. Harry Rubin; Mrs Mailnle Wesson, auditor, and Mrs. I Roth, historian. The board of directors will consist ol Mesdames Isldor Cohen. M. D. Kirsch. Harry Wcinberg, M. Krieger, Sam Shnonhoff and Lotus Zelentz. The officers will be installed at a dinner to be held immediately alter the High Holidays In October. During the meeting announcement was made that the annual Flower day will be held on Sunday. June 11. with. Mrs Mannle Wesson in charge. Beth David To Confirm Pupils Beth David confirmation exercises will be conducted at 8 p.m. Sunday. ,! by Rabbi Max Shapiro, who will be assisted by Mrs H. Oliphant Ml t Hayman is chairman ot the ai committee Continuants are Anne Feldman, Benjamin Oilman, i: senfeld, Elizabeth Rosenkrantz, Rose Rosenthall, Helen Schlff and Milton Zohn. Cantor L. Hayman will SHIM, and selections will be offered by the : isting ot Mrs. E. Fried\irK. Markowitz, Mn R Dubbin. Miss R. Damn. Mi I Fricdland and Marvin S. Ci Mrs i. Brown, president of the sisd. will award the diplomas and Bibles, and Stanlej C. Myers, superintendent ot the Beth David Sunday school, will present the gifts. A social hour will follow. Jews Are Called ToMassMeeting A massmeetlng of Jews rrom the Greater Miami section to become acquainted with the work and problems of the Greater Miami .Jewish Cemetery association has been called for next Wednesday evening, June 7. at the Beth David Talmud Torah hall. All Jews are urged to attend



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J^[ 1!L THE JEWISH F L 0 RID I AN HE JEWISH L0K1D1AN PlBLISHKD KVKKV FRIDAY .„H KIOKIIHVN Vl BI.ISII1M. CO. |W" .. i, ||„x 2S73 ri Florid.. Phone 2-1183 MtCI TIVE "II ICBSi ,.„ur,.> BMf. ,,h n ***** flHTnlllAI. OFFICES! to help raise funds to aid the German Jews. Selfish desires, personal honors must be forgotten for the common good, LET is AI.I I NITE in this splendid cause and like true Jews rally to the relief ol oui tawing brethren. We call upon Miami's Jewish organizations to gel b and form a committee for the purpose ol raising funds MIAMI \ NOT SINK to such a depth radation that it .shall be .said ol her, "Miami fiddled while Ji lor bread Page Thrw i.LOriS SHOCHET, Kditor gHID CABMS, AdfMiinit Man.gtr %  OCSHOI HI r. < nul.tior. MlMW iltcr July 4. 0 < Miami, Florida, In March Mm „,sr I'AI.M UKAdl OKI ICE 411 Blfhth Strret Mr-. M. Bchrcbniek. KeprrnUtiv SI use RIPTION ji Month" ,w Ytir 11.00 S2.00 FRIDAY, It NK 2. IMS. Vol. li. No. 22. WWe Fiddle? v lwie heard tlie oft repeated ,,, 0 | Ni : nddlmg while Rome Imed. How often baa this .simile Ken used to bring to us in emphatic ishion a crying need, and once e this t<> bring Mi-..i ; to realization of a dire I aecessity and problem. Orthodox, Reform, Conservative whatnot adherents ol Zionism Arbeiter Rin Bnai Brith or unafidanU at synagogue .,--. ndants we are Jewsl \Vh:ie the entire world us aroused mtrages being car:. ;,-. i upposed civilized govi iermany and Jewry is rgenl camps as •o'hi : : action neverall Jewry is united In agreeshelter, sustenance :d given quickly to aid thousands of Jewish children, women indnn:. : ave become refugees %  idjolnlng Oermany and .:. ( ii. many itself. Far be \\ ::(m US to decry the Zionism • Heavthat In Zion lies the :. ol most of the world Jewry yet rmil Jews to starve beBhall it be said that bought with money ihai to feed starving ball it be said that we colonies to shelter Jews in our Holy Und ai i meantime let these ack shelter now? Throw.. H the length and the these United States, ev... i ver had a drop of Jewish bio d within him has rallied Zionists have loyally to the forefront and have helped and are helping every drive ol raising funds for thedis'ie sed Jews of Germany. N 'ot so In Miami. The finger of %  ndemnation is being levMiami Jewry and particular.lled Zionist leaders bwause of their selfish and unJe "ish attitude. When at a recent neetini! ol the Zionist organization ion was broached that be done locally to aid the 1,1 drive of the Joint Distrt!" lon committee, the answer was •No, || may hurt the collection of ntly pledged at a meeting test against the burning : book! in Germany. Suffice it to ; Uial we question the propriety cUng funds for the purchase lands .it a meeting primarily and Ibly called for the purpase of tag the condition of Jews In : -v. Pood and shelter come M 'AMI MUST AND SHALL DO •Tsot'iv Bomething must be done Campaign to Relieve German Jews Begun Moved by the state ol viitua gary to winch their brethren and coreligionists In that countrj oeen reduced bj olltical in German] Ji ol midwestern states will hold ,i ierence In cnicago on Sunday. June 4. for the purpose ol devising ways and means for bringing a maximum .ii reliel to them at the earliest possible moment. Included in till whose Jewish communities have oeen asked to .-end di Ii ai to this t.onciave will be Arkansas, Illinois, indiana, Iowa, Kan mucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, .lUtii Dakota, Tennessee and Wiscon 'i he confi rence i a pi rial Chii a composed ni among othi i er, Albert Lasker, San smith and Sol Kllni chairman ol the \m< rii an Joint Distrlbuti no Rabbi Jonah B. VI chairman ol thi l indpaign, bo h i I N. %  among the principal sp Tie • ce which will bi .Standard club Will call I ,. in the can., Den: launched by U button committe for the Jews ol 11 i announced bj Felix M Wi honorary chairman ol '• ation, and Paul Bl man. The W.l will be known as the Gi : campal i Jewish Joint Distribution %  immiti it wlU bi : >R bta B Wl ,,. New York. WhO ha nanv .i oon .i th. Ml „„„ power and pui into operation thos. methods whicl ,„ tbc economic ruin ,.. u mtry for the purpt* ol observing th. actual extent and eflecl nt the v "' a statement by him •"nounclng the midw, he said that unless on. hat himsell observed th overwhelmed.!. J „„, which has hardly any pa. in human history and talked with large numbers ol It din.cui. und. rully *ha. has actually occurred -Unless you have seen and talked wiih those mm and women who suddenly find ttemselves ouUawed and degraded in the land hich £ helped to build up and susu vim cannot fuUy understand h. pllg h, Thousands and thousand^ ol el.,,,,, tcaiize that they forego all the amenities of ch Abandon their ambit,,,,: „n hones of useful Cai TTth yTandmindsti.^-' close their c>< n(i th.future haj.n.U.r.f^^ ,o unr even with a' 1 "" iSTLS*'" which thej will have to resort to live at all to survive, there is no that they will not I,. prived ol even that opportunity. N one talks any more abou Jewish merchants, about the Jewish it the Jewish physilan about the Jewish academaBower ol tin ii race and fiowwho have %  %  'ores, then by the new distion ii. Germany, They are nn• .. ... not disappear! With then: .... But Un *"h declared Dr. Wise, They arc willing to fall sacrifices il thai way they may, i or tu some di %  %  and lurther the lives of thenchildren. But it Is these very chlldn dy, and will "• % %  i In th futur. : the closing ol the I the professions to the by the d< I that lade to humiliate the Jew... ii to be contemptible in tin %  its Christian own, 'In • debacle, uinch down upon them overnight, so ired Rabbi Wise, "the jew.ivoring llntain their cultural and real and to ning institutionfoi will equip them II may be gnize planned ii if German} fa ed by ... which, .. ization ha lem. it is i II l! ice th bltl %  tin IM'e they an • I Ji : %  %  :• %  p G %  I ... rations and • %  and nj i I th. mus nun who until :.'. In th. 'i ; ,nd laborai Allllh the healm: ol th. : weak and ... .imed alt, the blind, the mute and handicapped, musl be lavIon thai • humanity .' %  ol G i cai ... DI W d out. :. hrci th and particular:' and this country In the I ill. becaua I oi tincountry, numerically and financially, arc in tl and h utmosl will.: i %  help." Rabbi Wise, who stated thai plans have been completed for drives li ulv future in Philadelphia Poston and Nev York and other Ities. f r i adequat in %  000.00: ,| d '" nat.o. d ,hi the A Jewl ln Distribution tatus in Oermany anol the Amerl n Iv ,,,.., the World war %  : CtiOW arc being .m %  ,,:, nl natli .ai i taus .. ,.• nment on thi KI IH and distribftion of rell f mon m ,.,,,. o, dstence In other land. ; THE It was tactful of our government to think of printing a slew of bonds just at a moment w icn the colleges were graduating shoals oi salesmen A Harvard brains squad beat West Point at mathematics, but squaring a circle In the spring can't square a gridiron licking in the fall. I hate to disappoint the folks who have been kind to me, Who olt invited me to take a sip '. Ith them at tea; Who said. "You haven't et at all— canaries couldn't do On what you eat; no, prithee, sir, another glass of brew.' Since three-point-two has come to I think I should con I never cared an awful lot for this here home brew mess, You had to pour the bottle -low 01 else the sediment All riled up and became confused and with the liquid blent. Authority it had in lull —no questioning its kick; II sped racing corpuscles through : double-quick; It brought surcease lrom sorrows nd it eased most bitter WO. A centary ol troubles evai • within its doze. i roon nor i radii : ning 1 ngth to pull the lid down o'ei a rti epy eye: ushered In more ht dance Than when home-brew bl ther m romance. 1 next day the sprite and fay tap-danced with might and mam Within the narrow confines ol thi aching, throbbing brain; om-toms b. al each time the %  i ho Ol a jar. And oh—and oh—to be away—to be away by far! But gel washed up on three-pointtwo, and on tomorrow's mom Von feel hke milking coconuts oi ning %  •• %  %  Ymi feel just like a three-year-old that never yet has had i... pull oi weight against thi trao ,,11 lrom collar pad. Iisapi Int my friends who've been so kind to me, Who lei me rest a weary tonii upon a friendly kn. i But oh! and oh! and oh!—Tl nothing else lo do But .-hake my head and say, "Intcad, lets go some three-pointtwo." N ,. v that breweries are taking ma-ij i I the liner horses lr m American farms This will go a long way In providing farmers with stable money. What a pity II is that the mast ... ... : ; ,., uttl. else to mmend their. Man Is C r p woman is contrary four: to re-edi-cat • the Jewish youth of Germany for i-adaptatlon to a new way of lifefive; establish schools for children forced out of ,„,... and te h 'hem means of livelihood in tl e 11 nit d fields still open to Jewir. Gen IU v; and six: to help those Jew who have escaped to other countries — who may recuire help to re-establish themGen jy. .he Berlin offices of the Some girls marry in haste and repent m a boarding house. If a man owes a lot to his wife it Is because she is a poor collector. You are safe In lending money to a man who promptly returns a borrowed silk umbrella Lots of men would make money il it weren't for the trouble they might bump up against In trying to pass it When a rich man suddenly becomes poor or a poor man suddenly becomes rich, his true character crops out. An old bachelor says that men and women who have enough sense to remain single ought to make desirable husbands and wives. A Massachusetts judge says a witness who wipes his hands while testifying is a liar. We would like to .:et the judge's opinion of the man who wipes his mouth after having drunk some of this "not more than four per cent by volume." Pat was real sick and Bridget called the doctor, who. when leaving, gave instructions to get a thermometer and take his temperature every hour. Next day the doc-toi called and no Pat. Asked for an explanation. Bridget told him that she had tried to borrow a thermometer and no one had one; but Casey had a barometer, so she put that on Pat's chest and it read. "Very dry : so she went out and got him a pint of beer and now he was gone to work. The world is my girl, with a smile on her face And a tear In her eye. Volcanic in vigor, she minewith the grace Of a gull planing by. She roars in the clash of the clouds flashing fire: She sings in the bn And .-weeps with aerial fingers tinlyre Of the murmuring trees. To the weather you never can tell What she'll do: But the Spring and the Fall. Like children at play, to each other "Yoohoo." And each answers the call. She freezes; she welters; she pelts you with hail And soaks you with snow: But what you would do if her seasons should fail. You don't want to know. She's rude, yet refining, her p;ocesses fraught With a purpose untold. I love her because, thrugh she flatters me not. She's surely no scold. A Chinese recently deceased at a great age had married 63 times. Ii is competition like this that makes oui film industry feel its infancy. committee are functioning with. interference, he added. The DI secured in this country will be usC one: for feeding, housing and car of Jews rendered destitute by the economic situation upon whicl. I have been sudden y thrust: two to relieve professionals, int Uectl i and other members of the SO-. ••white-collar" Class; three provd aid for Jews who will eventually b forced to leave Oermany to



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Page Four THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, June 2. iyn. 4. .>.:..•. .J. .J. *.}..{. .[. .;. .;. .5.... ... ... .}.... .;. ... .;. ... .;. .5. .j. .j.... ... ... .;. ... ... ... ... ... ... .;. ^. ... ... .j. ... .;. .{. .j. ... ^ + + KaMn ^gragng Unllrtut EJitiJ by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI Knunder ami Director, ltailio SynaffOg of America <• SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOl). MIAMI, FLORIDA + •: %  No. 5. f PLAYING AT I III 71II AVENUE THEATRE Vol. II. SUNDAY, MAY 28, 1933. •:• •:• •:• •> •;• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• .;• %  :• •> .> •:• •:• .•. .>.;..; :•**•:•*•:••:••:•* &f&f&f RELIGION IN BUSINESS A BOUT ten years ago. at Liberty, N. Y., I was seated one night in the study of a physician, discussing with my host and another physician things in general and religion in particular. The host was a convert from Judaism to Catholicism; the other physician was a Jew of very broad and radical views on economic and social problems. Duiing the exchange of Opinions, the radical. Dr. A., stated that the present business practices violated the Biblical laws relating to honesty and the prohibition of cheating. Our host. Dr. D.. and I were kept busy answering Dr. A.'s accusations and his examples ot what he called dishonesty and unfairness m business practices. His strong argument was that within the limitations of the laws of this day. the very principles of honesty set down by the Bible were violated. He contended that merchants and the commercial structure broke the eighth and ninth commandment, as well as the verses which read. "Thou shalt not defraud Uiy neighbor" and "Thou shalt not put a stumblingblock before the blind" while they kept "within the law." D URING m> Visit in New York City last year I met this Dr. A. quite by accident and we hail an Interesting chat, during which I had occasion to remark that he had not changed any In his views. He asked me whether I had. I then admitted that I had been unsophisticated ten years ago when I disagreed with him regarding the ethics of business. I had not been permitted to view the scenes "behind the counter." as it were. I defended myself with the poor argument that, as this Dr. A. was more than ten years my senior, he had more experience, What I passed over without emphasis was that I should have not been so positive in my ignorance of the subject under discussion. D R. A. expressed regret that he collected a five-dollar fee from a patient for a half hour's service when he knew that the five dollars represented possibly two days' labor on the part of the patient or her husband. He also bemoaned the fact that the middleman, the merchant, fixed a price for his wares that permitted him an excessive profit. This. Dr. A. considered stealing and also putting a "stumblingblock before the blind" because the average man or woman is ignorant of the values ot commodities and of the fair price they should bring. M Y experience during the past ten years has proven that the ethics in business — the application of religious principles in commerce—is a matter of personal practice on the part of the merchant and cannot be brought about by legislation defining honorable and dishonorable conduct I have seen too many cases of cheating within the law. I have seen men display atavistic tendencies. Before my very eyes men have been transformed into the beasts of prehistoric days and have resorted to aboriginal methods of exterminating an enemy or a competitor. Men who would not steal a penny from the person of a business competitor or from any other person will, in a business deal, scheme for the theft and robbery of all that spells life and existence for the other party to the contract. I have seen men gather in meeting to plan lor the common good of all in their particular industry and pledge support to each other for the furtherance of a project that meant the success of each of th.'m —only to await the first opportunity to perpetrate an act of treachery against one or all of the others who were parties to tlitagreement — an act that must bring nun to the one who disrupted the harmony of the group. Why was it done? The principle involved had no foundation in the man. It was forced upon him by timidity in the presence of others. The spirit of honor and Ian play was never inculcated. The beast had not been humanized. You cannot have religion in business until you put religion into the individual. The business world is not a mechanical object. The affairs of firms are administered by human beings. Not until these are trained in the principles of honor and justice will we have a structure which we shall not dread. D URING the services for the High Holy Days we Jews offer a prayer which, in part, reads as follows: "On the New Year it is written and on the Day of Atonement it is sealed, how many are to pass away and how many to be born; who shall live and who shall die. etc." I have noticed, from my chair at the pulpit, that the loudest weeping and wailing occurs at the words "who shall live." It would appear that the congregation would weep the loudest at the phrase "who shall die." It would appear that each worshipper would be concerned lest he die. That thought should bring forth the mast fervent prayers and tears. But it is not so. The loudest wailing is at the phrase "who shall live." Each one worries more about the other fellow's living than his own dying. A SIMILAR condition exists in business. A merchant is more concerned about Ins competitors profits than about his own losses. When he is Mown a plan of cooperation whereby he can make a fair and honorable 'ving. he rejects it because his competitor also stands to gain by tin arrangement. He prefers to continue losing rather than to accept a plan which will save him. because it also saves his competitor. Each business man realizes the truth of these facts. But, the person 0 f the business man — the human element •— has not the honest religious spirit to compel such just action. Consequently, to recover some of his losses through competition, the merchant cheats the consumer. L ET us emphasize in our religious instruction that dealing honestly in business is not only good religion, but it is very good and profitable business. Ah. but you ask. "can I trust the next fellow?" My answer is "If you weren't so full of treachery yourself, you'd not suspect the other fellow." You just take care of number one. You control your own actions honorably, and. each doing that, will complete a picture that will be 100 per cent honest. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pearlman are receiving congratulations on the birth of a baby boy at the Victoria hospital today. The revival of the horse goes on apace in the West. We hope whenever our reforesters plant a spreading chestnut they think to set up a blacksmith underneath. "Bring 'Km Back Alive" FISHERMAN Come out to 7!)tli Street — get I your bait and tackle at the Tarpon Tackle Shop' 79th St. and Hiseayne Blvd. | •:• I I f i :i;ni .ii LI.O limn .-....• %  i Sunday und Monday. Jun** l-."> | "King of the Jungle" wilh j BUSTER CRABBE (Lion Man) I TIVOLI W. rlnitlcr at 8th • Phone 2-3352 Sunday und Monday. June l-."> T VVc nrv fcrvinir a dinner worth n dollar for ".Or. Steak, chop", sen food. fried chiiken. smothered chicken, hot rolls, home made pie*, real coffee. We use nothinic but vegetable oil-, in our cooking. Maxwell 1 louse 1147 S. W. sth SI. iTamiami Trail! Phone 2-.VJ22 T %  MMMattSHMHSMi I Dade Mattress Go. I Manufacturers nnil Ketailers MattreMcai Box Sprints* Pillows j and Cushion! Sterilising, Renovating und Upholstering i \t mm TO v til 1242 \. MIAMI AVENUE ThXBPHONE 2-IIM I lotel Roberts GARAGE Auburn and Cord Service Wrecker Service Open Day and Night OFFICIAL A. A. A. Phone 2-7133 31 S. W. 1st St. MIAMI A< AI>I:M Y < >F ARTS 328 N. E. 2nd Ave. Kin. and CeslSMKlsl An. LI/, clawe-.. Aduli I'uhliiSpeaking. Expre* %  Ian. I % rim.it i.Graup mid Individual instruction. The same hiyli standard. of in%  tractlon at nnnm pricca. \ lailora welcome. MIRRORS We make table tops. We re-silver old mirrors. We make new mirrors of any design. We make anything and everything pertaining to mirrors and glass. Miami Mirror & Glass Works 60-1 and 613 N. Miami Art. Phone 2-11S6 FOR A ROYAL GOOD TIME Be on the Job in swim costume or as yra plea ••. to enjoy (he contest*, entertainment, dancing and swlmmirj ;.t the Joint Junior I Iadassah-1 lebrew Athletic Club SWIM AND DANCE CARNIVAL Sunday, June 4th, 8:30 P. M. at the Roman Pools, Miami Beach Refreshments, lookers at nominal cost, Announcing the opening of THE BRASS RAIL EAR I T. CUNNINGHAM 132 N. E. Second Avenue HI:I;R ON I)WAI'(JHT For fresh Sea Foods STOP AT GAPT. TOM'S FISH MART rtafler St. and Miami River iho„, 2-.-.32I w, Navai Class OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST Our Fuh are the freshest — Caueht I,, >JKHt by our own boats daily „.. WMH u.my ii it is Sea Food, we hue ,i •, i< to* prices. <) ur method ,f handih£ anY m'' a d at *"'aeUvel y -vanee with all ,he jSJ^SSSf^SUS ** '" '" b F R E E Set the new RCA VICTOR RADIOS Horn. Auto llciat Free Jig-Saw Puzzle to All Viewing the New Radios Pan-American Radio, Inc. 1X09 N. K. 2nd Aif. Phone 2-.->0IH RCA Victor Distributor Call 2-5048 for Radio Service ANNOUNCING the removal or MORT'S From 513 N. Miami Ave. to 601 N. Miami Ave. I'M MIIINC. (JAS KITTINi; REPAIRS srppi.iKS Let Mori Kstimnte Your Job Mort's Reparit System 601 N. Miami Axe. Phone :• ;.'l. %  % % % % % %  %  %  %  %  %  BEER DISPENSING EQITPMENT and ACCESSORIES Kotahliahed I8TI 11. P. Chandlee Sons Company BALTIMORE, Ml). MIAMI SHOWROOMS: 1975 B. W. Mh 81, Phone 2-617". %  % % % % % % % %  a The Finest and Freshest Vegetables in Florida Live Poultry Everything choice MRS. A. WALL 32 and 33 FARMERS Cl'RB MARKET S. W. 2nd Ave. and Bridge Phone 3-1181 Delaney & Beers Kodak KininhinK and Enlarging I 'ommercial Work and Home Portrait* 50% Off on All Amateur Work 212 N. K. 4th St. Phone MM Royal Typewriters New ^and Factory Keliuilt Portables. 329.50 to jGO.OO B. W. TRACKER, Local Dealer 210 N. B. 2nd St. Phone 2-011.', In the Heart of Your Neighborhood PIGGLY WIGGLY A .Miami Institution lecfricify IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERVANT lUeib!



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Page Six THE JEWISH FLORIDI AN Friday, lune 2. 1933, i SOCIETY The Ladies' auxiliary ol the Jewish Welfare bureau is sponsoring a benefit card party Wednesday evening, June 21, at the Columbus hole] Mrs. Harry Ollphant is general chairman, Mrs, Bernard Simon. chairman of prizes and Mrs. j. Han/, in charge oi refreshments, Prizes will be awarded for high scores and refreshments will be served. The public is urged to attend. • • Students returning to Miami this week from the different colleges they have been attending arc Leo Kupferstein, Herman Mechlowltz, Milton Friedman and Ethel Mintser. The junior committee ol Beth David Sisterhood, which met Monday night at the home ot Mrs. George Goldberg, i lected the following officers: Mrs Stanlej Myers, chairman; Mrs Goldberg, vice chairman and Mrs. Harry Maiko\vn/. secretary Plan.for the coming year were presented by Mrs. Lewis Brown, president ol the sisterhood. Summer meetings are planned, the BEAUX A R 1 S CAFE / ', First and B, Drau !*/i/ Beer in Miami Our Beer is Made from Bavarian Hops and Barley Grain Abwlutch None Befti r Large Bice Glass lOe Ladies Invited 155 N. E. 1st St. first of which will be held at the home of Mrs. Markowitz. A social hour followed the meeting. • • Last Thursday night the community centre of the Hebrew Athletic club was the scene of a large gathering when more than 30 tables of bridge were in play for the benefit bridge for German Jewish sufferers, The affair which was sponsored by the Woman's club of the W. C. resulted in a tidy sum being raised which was forwarded to the Joint Distribution committee. This is the first Of a series of affairs which ale being planned to raise funds for the relief of the distressed Jews in Germany, Active in making the arrangements and In the sale oi tickets was a committee consisting ol imes Henry Seitlin. F. Slaviter, • One of the most impressive and unusual ceremonies In a synai were those observed Thursday morning at the Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation when Immediatelj preceding the "Ylzkor" services, Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan bade the congregation farewell and then announced that the "bris"' ol the Infant son ol Mr. and Mrs Jacob Rosenthal ol i city would be performed in the synagogue. Rabbi B. D Mindel performed the circumcision in the pres: several hundred people Honors weie given to Rabbi Caplan. Mr. Abraham Jacobol Atlanta. Ga., Mrs Ida Buckstein, past president Of the Ladies' auxiliary, Mr, and Mrs. Milton Weiner. and others. Following the "bris" Rabbi Caplan preached the "memorial" service, Ho far as can be learned this is the first time a "bris" has been held in any synagogue in Miami. • • • One of the prettiest affairs of recent days was the benefit bride. I I I Junior Hadassah held last Sunday night at the home of its newly elected president, Mrs. Jennie H. Rotlort when more than 20 tables of bridge were in play. The home was beautifully decorated lor the event Delicious refreshments were served during the evening. Assisting Mrs. Rotfort in entertaining were Sylvia Miles, Veeda Cromer and Bede Goldi nblank. I'n/.es for high scores wi re awarded to Mrs. Max Pepper, Mrs. Louis Weinkle. Mrs. M. Sliver MiBess Besvinick, and M18S Millie Drelsen, A .-mall Kansa.boy is reported as saying his prayers nightly in his sleep A long time ago they burled the husband who said grace in his .I'M' Hi.wife's name was Betty. Beer is banned trom Niagara in accordance with the unanimous sentiment of honeymooning couples who request, "Drink to me only with thine eves.' Congress inow dragging matters along lor whole minutes that it used to settle on the spur of the fortnight, I nnouncing the opening of BORNSTEIIVS Restaurant Sunday, June 4th Where you will be served the finest foods and drinks .u moderate prices. Please come and be convinced. B () R N S I E IN'S 'Ml Ocean Drive. Miami Beaeli Bargains $52,000 Bargains FIRE SALE OF GROCERIES The Fancy Wholesale Grocery Stock of Hill Brothers, Inc., turned over to insurance companies after recent fire! Featuring Royal Arms. College Inn, and Libby's (vanned Goods, to be sold Regardless of Cost SALE OPENS 9:30 A. M. FRIDAY, Jl XK 2nd And Continues Until All Is Sold! S. W. 8th Ave. and S. W. 4th St. German Society Bldg. OVER 1.000 ITEMS FOR YOUR SELECTION! 95 o IN PERFECT CONDITION! EVERY ARTICLE GUARANTEED! Vf*o els c -vvants mm lot X\t* my 4.A0-2* BIG EXTRA STURDY TIRE SETS RECORD FOR PRICE AND VALUE Here's your chance to save real money and get thousands of extra miles in the bargain! For these low prices make you the real Look At These Prices 4.50x20 S S.OO 4.50x21 5.20 4.75x19 5.65 5.00x19 6.10 5-25x18 6.85 5.50x19 7.90 8ubjcct to change without notice and to any stato •ales tax. winner in Goodrich's fight to protect its customers against "cheap" bargain-built tires. That's the only reason we can offer you this big sturdy AA Quality tire specially processed to give abnormally long wear ... for as little as $4.65. W hy waste time shopping around for rock bottom prices? Why take chances on unsafe or nameless tires? Goodrich, the oldest tire manufacturer, stands back Of every Cavalier tire we sell. Don't delay. Come in now. Goodrich Cavalier AA QUALITY AT A MONEY SAVING PRICE COMMANDER 4.50-21 $4.01 4.75-19 4.32 6.00-20 8.78 Extra Heavy (! l'ly BIO ALLOWANCES ON USED TIRES DURING OUR TRADE IN SALE Tallot Says: "Let's Trade" PALLOT JURE -COMPANY lUt N. I: I'M) AVI,. Corner 23rd Street PHONE .1-12*8