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

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

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

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University of Florida
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AA00010090:00227

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13.
wJewisti Florid tin
Vol. No" 26"
1 LORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 193).
Price Five Cents
Slowly It Begins
To Dawn
the
Formal Banquet | Jewish Worker Hadassah Holds
Honors Election Is Welfare Aid
We have been watching
jrewth Of Miami's Jewish commun-
ity for the past eight years. We have
seen the practically non-existent
jewlsh communal spirit slowly de-
velop into a real consciousness of
ones duty to his fellow Jews. Of the
spirit thai one Jew is responsible for
;he welfare of his fellow Jew. And
throughout, there has been
:: ol rugged or shall we say
selfish Individuality, the regard for
own ambitions and desires,
that has at all times outweighed the
idea or thought ol the greatest good
tor the reatesl number.
The Other night we listened to the
iddreSE Ol a gentleman who has
been very active in local affairs. He
viewed with alarm the spread ol the
spirit ol the "Nazi" in American cir-
cles. He cried out aloud to his lellow
them to awaken to their
as Jews and to combat this
un-American trend on the part of
bigoted fanatics. He had literature
galore thai he was going U> read to
a and to inform them ol
what was going on throughout the
country He was followed by another
ntleman who also "view-
ed With alarm." and then by the
: a local synagogue who
he opportunity to also show-
that hi too fell concerned with the
lurn ol Hairs.
Wi si by, listened carefully, and
And so came the dawn."
e to ourselves. Where were
lemen and the organi-
zation- they represented several
o when tlitre was railed
attention a contemptible
to the Jewish people and
ation [or Hitler and his
In a so-called local weekly.
rhe; -\ about it' It was called
io their attention! But since it W8J
be merely something re-
mit to themselves, but to
a Jews, what cared they?
i preacher directed a dia-
I the Jew.-., and another
II Miami took the oppor-
tune to distribute the "Protocols
ol Zlon," where, we Jiumbly ask,
ir good friends and their or-
' Yes and when scv-
ks ago another weekly sheet
ol this city again termed as false
and unfair the reports of persecu-
te jew.s in Germany, where
i local Jewish organizations.'
The answer is simple, it Is 80 plain
annot be denied. They were
ncerned for the welfare of the
people. They wen' thinking
too much of finding fault with their
;' l'\vs, of attempting to thwart
the rise to prominence of some Jew
Who might be deserving.
so long as our own Jewish
People will fail to work for their
own advancement in things Jewish;
>o long as they will take cognizance
" is happening around them;
long as they will fail to keep up
the proud traditions of their own
faith; so long as they will seek to
down their fellow Jews because of
some selfish desires just that
:'il' will our fellow citizens, partic-
ularly our non-Jewish friends, fail
'" :i peel us and accord us that re-
spect which is rightfully ours. A real
rtlO is proud of hus own tradi-
Eealoui for the welfare of his
own people, is immediately a citizen
automatically earns the respect
Officer's Tea

Representative men and women of Mls R"M W'''"v''' Promment Jew'- Miami chapter of Senior Hadas-
araatar Mian.t-. i. ; i Kh ''"""al worker of Miami sah entertained with an installation
dealer Miami s Jewish community Beach wai
were present last Wednesday night j
when the newly elected officers ol
the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery
association were formally installed
in office at a banquet held in Beth
David Talmud Torah hall. The hall
was beautifully decorated for the
event with blue and white streamers,
and cul Rowers were all about the
tallies and the hall. The banquet be-
gan with the Introduction of the
toastmaster, Mr. Lewis Brown. Stan-
e; C. Myers delivered the Invoca-
tion following winch the officers
weie installed in a briel ceremony
by the toastmaster. Mr. w. L. Wil-
liams, the newly elected president,
then presented a silver pitcher to
Mr. and Mrs Manuel Kippa for then
work for the organization and a sil-
ver tray to the outgoing president,
Mr. I. L. Mintzer, for his record oi
achievement while In office. In a
briel address Mr. Mintzer delivered
Announcements*
i i

CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox 1
311 Washington Ave.. Miami llrarh
lj evi i\ civic and welfare
drive in this district.
i statistical report <>i the activities ager elude A. Renshaw, Mrs. Wal-
>t the organization since Its Incep-! lace Barbour. Parent-Teachers' as-
lion and stressed the fact that the sociatlon; Mrs. William F. McDon-
latlon now holds free and deal aid, parochial Parent-Teachers' as-
title to over a third ol the entire
.....itery plot and will shortly re-
eive title to more, and thai during
his administration more than three
thousand dollars was saved to the
iation In ;> reduction of the
purchase price ol thl Ml
A" i. v.......n the new president,
hen outlined his plans tor the com-
i ai and made a plea l<
operation between all tin
tions constituting the organ!
ind the Jews ol the Greater Miami
., lai i Among others who
p :.. during the evening were Mrs,
S. Schwartz, vice president o
Sisterhood ol Chesed Shel I
Mrs. Sadye ('. Rose, secretary ol the
association; Mrs. Morns i>
Brown, Mi Mom. K
Kin, Mrs Rose Simpson. Mrs. Ber-
nard Simon. Mrs. Harry Silvi
president Ol Beth Jacob Sisterhood:
Mrs Jack Hi.sch. Mrs s. c. Myers,
as unanimously named by tea Monday at the Strath Haven
hotel. Miami Beach. Mrs. Leonard
Epstein, who had charge of arrange-
1 menus, gave the address of welcome,
and A. H. Fromenson spoke on. "The
Present Jewish Situation the World
Over." hater he read "The Treasure"
and "The Wailing Wall."
Mrs Herbert Feibelman. accomp-
anied by Miss Elouise King, sang
Hebrew Melody." "Autumn" by
Rogers, and "Night Wind" by Ball.
Officers and chairmen installed
were Mrs. Max Dobrin. president;
Mrs. Joe Williamson. Mrs. Barney
Weinkle and Mrs. Julius Simpson.
first, second and third vice presi-
dents respectively; Mrs. Louis Hei-
man. recording secretary; Mrs. Mil-
ton Werner, corresponding secre-
tary; Mrs. Alex Goldstein, financial
secretary; Mrs. Harry Rubin, treas-
urer; Mrs. Manie Wesson, auditor.
Trustees. Mrs. M. Krieger. Mrs.
Isldor Cohen. Mrs. Max D. Kirsch,
Mrs. Louis Zeientz. Mrs. H. Wein-
berg, Mrs. s. Lutsky and Mrs. Sam
Simonhofl; Palestine supply chair-
man. Mrs. S. Katz; infant welfare.
Mrs. Morris Dubler; national fund.
and F Lowrev Wall. The M,s J Simpson; school lunches. 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning servin ,
directs the relief ad- M-Walter Cohen; milk fund. Mrs. begin at 8:30 a.m. Mincha followed
ministered to the needy of Miami A K;il/; educational. Mrs. Epstein: by Marriv begin at 6:30. Daily ser-
membership. Mrs Barney Weinkle; vices begin at 8 a.m.
the Miami Beam city council to the
Welfare board of Miami Beach. As-
sociated with her will be City Man-
The usual services begin at 6:30
p.m. Saturday morning services be-
gin at 8:30 and Mincha services, fol-
lowed by Marriv at 6:30 p.m. Late
services have been discontinued un-
til the High Holidays. Daily sen Ice!
begin at 8 a.m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
137 N. E. Nineteenth Street
DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN, Rabbi
Beginning with services on Friday
night, services will be held in Kap-
lan hall during the summer months,
and will be very brief. Services fi
the benefit of those who take then
religion seriously and wish to at-
tend services.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Connervatire)
139 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Friday evening services begin al
Mrs W. Id has been a pioneer re- "> ** SimonhOff;
Identol Miami Beach and hospitality, Mrs. n. Upton; pro-
Junior Chapter
Installs Officers
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
IMS S. W. Third Street
One ol the prettiest and most Im-
pressive affairs Of the current sea-
son was the formal installation ban-
quet of the Junior Hadassah last
Monday nlghl al the Cara Villa.
The dining hall was beautifully dec-
orated with potted palms, cut flow-
ers and streamers carrying out the
rainbow theme and each officer wore
a different colored ribbon. Mrs. Vee-
Messrs, E. Gordon. J. Kopplowitz, ^ cromer. a former president of the
8. Schwartz. William Mechlowitz, M organisation, was toastmlstress and
Dubler, Milton Weiner, s. C. Myers, Mrs Car, vwinklc. the retiring pres-
Sol. S. Goldstrom. president of the .()|,m wh(| delivered a farewell ad-
Miami Beach Business Men's associ- dress and ^^ of the accomplish-
jtion; Louis Weinkle, Jacob Becker. menta of ,i1P organization. Among
Mrs Rose Weiss ol Miami Beach. J. gueg, gpeakers who talked during
Lc UiS BhOChet, ret nun: secretary and ]h(. |,V(.nllll, were Flo Merlin of the
,, member of tlie new executive Junlor Councn of Jewish Women.
board. H. M. Drewich, chairman of Lena simon of the Senior Hadassah
gram, Mrs Joseph Williamson: pub-
licity. Mrs. Bernard Simon.
[rams ol congratulation were
read from Mrs Lutsky, who I
(it lln city, and Mrs. Lewis Brown.
pre Idenl ol Beth David sisterhood Friday evening services begin at.
ri. hall wa beautifully decorated 6:30 pjn. Saturday morning servici
with cut flowers and potted palms begin at 9 a.m. and the Mincha and
and a beautiful lace cloth covered Marriv services at 6:30 p.m. Talmud-
the tea table. The meeting was clos- Torah will resume on Monday at
ed with the singing of "Hatikvo." the usual hour. Arrangements for
Yahrzeit may be made by calling
the sexton, Mr. William Clein, 2-
0879.
Beach Sisterhood
Fetes Leaders Qub Organizes
Decorated with cut flowers and
potted palms, the William Penn Ho-
tel restaurant presented a scene of
tropical splendor last Wednesday af-
ternoon at the installation luncheon
of Beth Jacob Sisterhood when Its
recently elected officers were for-
mally installed. Mrs. Rose Weiss,
prominent social worker of this dis-
trict, delivered the invocation and
her daughter. Miss Malvma Weiss
Ladies Society
^ arrangements committee, made M|> A. David, assistant society edi- presided as toastmlstress and In-
: ;, ,, address in which he told u, ; MK1 Daily News, and Mailed the officers During the af-
, : leso, theaMOClaUonm S;uly Q. Hose, executive sec- ~ addresses ucre deUvered b3
of the strtlggl
Mrs. Barney Weinkle. retiring presi-
At a meeting of the Hebrew Ath-
letic club held last Wednesday night
at its community centre plans for
the formation of a ladies' auxiliary
of the club were formally approved.
A committee was appointed to begin
the organization which will have for
its purpose the raising of funds to
aid the Hebrew Athletic club's com-
munity centre. In line with its an-
nounced plans the club will continue
to extend its facilities to every Jew -
lsh organization in the district with-
out any charge. Recently showers
ans call for the
handball and diam-
the oast years and urged a closer CO- rv oI ,hr Jewish Welfare bureau.
o^ra, n between the constituent lu, delivered a splendid address f"1'/" ^JJ^Jg ,on
oration..... a-oriation. and pre8ent the new president with -*** ; -J ^^andp.
Cantor Nathan Wroobel and Cantor ;l be;,uful gavel. Mrs. Jennie Rot- ot nei serro installation of handU... ......
Kaminsky then led in the singing ol tort, the new president, responded In stem, piesiaent i p ondball c.oul.ts in the near future, a
, a k.w.-hvvhich.heban- [ deUvered address outlining Moonya ">" *"* mee,mg of ladies will be held short-
~s*X2SZ wks ==K5S' ---=*^
manent organization will be effected.
RABBI RETURNS HERE
After an absence of five weeks
Engler.
Rippa. Mr's. Morris Ko.k.n. Mrs. 8. of appreciation for her work^during pre,ident: Mrs. Sam Aiter an aosence u, u -.
Schwartz. Mrs. isidor Fine. Mrs. J. .,,, year. A W^S>^ Blank, treasurer, and Mrs. Rubin, spent in the North. Rabb, S. M
out of town guests attended. Follow Machtei returned to Miami Thu.s-
1U the^ormal^tionceren^- ~ i?J Hafl m day morning to resume direction .:
. That respect is les conducted by "^^LSTL a group of songs, accompanied by the Radio Synagog. He will make an
.tailing Officer, and the ^^^^ at the plan0. important announcement n,,t week
ing Members of the board of directors regarding the establishment of per-
Jm- or and committees will be announced manent quarters where regular ser-
of his fellow men
oi n ,, mstalling onicer. ana tn
"'" SalVaUn I u1"' Am ulns x ng ng of HatikVO as the Cosing an
" ,0D8 arl'r "" to S. a s enjoyed the dancin,
,Pe,t us for what wc are an ^ ^ VJUa or
bigotry In this country.
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Pag* Two
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, June 30, 1933.
As we go to press, the formal in-
stallation banquet of the recently
elected officers of the Hebrew Ath-
letic club is being held at Gratz's
restaurant. Miami Beach. A full ac-
count will appear in our next issue.
Genius, more than once, has been
mistaken for madness.
Eugene O'Neill. America's greatest
playwright, was thought to be more
than a little "mad" when he first
announced his supremo masterpiece.
"Strange Interlude."
But when the play was brought to
the New York stage by the celebrat-
ed Theatre Guild the dramatic world
went "mad" with delight. It was
hailed as the mvatost play the
American theatre had seen, and ran
for two yens.
When Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer an-
nounced it was bringing "Strange
Interlude" to the screen, it too was
suspected of letting Its courage out-
niii Its sound judgment. This play
was too daring for the screen, too
difficult, O'Neill had written his
King Funeral I lome
To Serve Humanity Bet/ei
FRANK G. McGHAN'S WIDOW
29 N. W. lrd \v.
Phones 2-35155-1*2 I
We have just
opened
Currey's
Cut Flowers
and Fruits
Floral Designs Out Specialty
>27 E. I i W.i l i: STREET
Ponce de I.eon Hotel
SIDEBOTTOM
Ice Cream Go.
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1400 W. I'Iik-Iit SI.
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PHONE 2-3812
play so that the characters voiced
their hidden thoughts as well as
their spoken words.
But Metro Goldwyn Mayer In-
cluded everything the author in-
tended to convey in bringing
"Strange Interlude" to the screen.
It is being presented Sunday and
Monday at the Tivoli theatre with
Norma Shearer and Clark Gable in
the stellar roles.
The skepticism of the doubters
has turned to acclaims for this pro-
duction. Its producers do not hesi-
tate to proclaim it the "picture that
revolutionizes pictures" It gives B
new dignity and maturity to screen
drama.
The trouble with American >
according to Berl Wheeler and Rob-
ert Woolsey, who have gone In for
prison reform In a big cim
way. is that they are not conducted
lO attract the b
Since playing in RKO-Radlo Pic-
tures Hold Em Jail." showii
the Seventh Avenue theatre Sunday
ind Monday. tl comedians
have done some heavy thinkl
oursi re-
Taki tball angli
it of hi
ms i : a imi
f our bi -: prison in!
couldn't go through
Um i -.earn puffs How can you
loyalty and support iron: the
as this <:..-. ra eful
ndition i \.
Wheeler believes that it the en-
requirements were released.
permitting the matriculation of wat-
red stock salesmen, vice presidents
of defunct banks and high pressure
promoters, the gridiron standards
would soon be improved.
In "Hold Em Jail.' which Norman
Taurog directed, is shown what
Wheeler and Woolsey refer to as a
.nodel jail.
It has first of all a crack football
team, with Rasco Ates as quarter-
GAMP WOHELO
For Girls
An Ideal Vacation Spot for
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Owner and l>irector
Hilda Riesner
i-s: s. w. Thirteenth street
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Our Fish are the freshest Caught by our own boats daily
If it is Sea Food, we have it at its very best, and at attractively
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back; a fine band, playing only the
latest and most popular airs in the
most hot-cha fashion; a private
room with bath for genial good-
natured guards who keep the pris-
oners supplied with saws, files and
whatever other tools they take a
fancy for; room service direct from
the kitchen; and the latest shows
both afternoon and evenings.

Mis Jack Samet reviewed "Can-
dide" by Voltaire at the meeting of
the Books in Brief club Tuesday
night at Mrs. Samet's home. 1823
N. W. Eighth street. Refreshments
and a social hour followed.

Mi and Mrs. M. Mayeiowit/ en-
ertained with a wedding dinner on
Wednesday night lor Oscar Mayers
and his fiancee, Miss Frances Druck-
rman.
Members ol both families were
present Including Mr. and Mrs Neal
Sarasohn of Birmingham; Simon
Druckerman, and Louis Drucker-
man.
Mrs Adele Vince Rose entertained
the Fortnightly Book
R vie* club ai her home. 641 Tenth
t. Miami Beach, last Tuesdaj
whi n Mrs Chai Ri sen-
pn nted a resume ol VI ki
Baum's new book. "11 I li neral
lal hour foi-
iowed.
Simon Druckerman arrived I
from New Yolk to \i .
brother. Louis Druckerman, and to
be present al the marriage of his
niece, Misa Fran Druckerman i
Oscar Mayeis, July 2
The Ladles' auxiliary of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox congregation
held Its bi-weekly card party Tues-
at the home of Mrs C Klein.
1860 S W Third street Mrs
Klein was assisted by members of
the auxiliary in the serving of re-
freshments Prizes were awarded to
-core winners

Dave Cowen of Tampa. Fla.. for-
merly of this city -pen: several days
in Miami visiting friends and rela-
tives here.

Rabbi S M Machtei of the Radio
Synagog returned to Miami Thurs-
day morning after having spent five
weeks in the North on a combined
business and pleasure trip

Word was received here <>: : lie
death Wednesday morning of Mrs.
OUphant of New York City.
She was interred in the Jewish cem-
etery there after funeral services on
Thursday. Mrs Oliphant is survived
by her husband. George Oliphant.
a son. Harry Oliphant of Miami, and
a daughter Mrs Meyei Schwartz of
Miami Mrs Schwartz, who is pres-
ident of the Ladies auxiliary of the
Jewish Welfare bureau and a prom-
inent communal worker here, and
her brother. Harry Oliphant. were
present at the bedside of their moth-
er in New York, having left Miami
Sunday morning and arriving in
New York Tuesday.

Mi- I L Mintzer. accompanied
by her daughter Ethel and son Jack,
left by auto for New York City,
where they will spend their summer
vacation visiting some relatives and
friends there.

Word was received here of the
death in Clarksdale. Miss., last Sat-
urday of L. Rappaport. a brother of
Max Rappaport and Morris Rappa-
port of this city. Mr. Max Rappaport
visited his brother several weeks ago.
Mr. L. Rappaport was a prominen;
merchant of Clarksdale and active
in the communal life of the Jews of
that locality.

Mr. Charles Rosengarten returned
to Miami last Tuesday after having
spent three weeks in New York on a
combined business and pleasure trip.

Miss Goldie Popkin of New York
City is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Upton ol Miami Beach.

Mrs Isldor Welnsteln, president oi
the Temple Israel Sisterhood, an-
nounces the first ol a -series ot sum-
mer bridge parties to be held at 2
p. m. today, at the William Penn
hotel, Miami Beach. The committee
in charge is composed ol Mrs Weln-
steln, Mrs Henry DeCastro Williams
and Mrs Joseph Williamson. Reser-
vations may be made with either ol
the three, and there will be prizes
awarded high score winner-., as well
.,- refreshments served. A social
hour will follow the bridge game
The public is invited

An important meeting oi members
Ol the Junior Council ol Jewish
:. will be held Wednesday eve-
ning, July n. al the home of Pauline
Shonfeld, 344 N. E. Twenty-sixth
street, which all members are asked
to attend. Following the business
session bridge will be played.
a
Aii Important meeting of the Lad-
ies auxiliary of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox congregation will be held
at the synagogue next Tuesday eve-
ning to which all members are asked
to attend. Important business will
be transacted.

Recently there appeared an article
in the Liberty magazine describing
the establishments of institutions to
-olve the present economic condi-
tions through the baiter or exchange
system and describing in particular
of the success of such an institution
in Miami. The "Exchange Bureau"
at 250 N. E. Third street, with a
record of business running into the
thousands of dollars since its estab-
lishment, and yet never handling
even a cent of actual cash, is a shin-
ing example of what can be done
to stimulate business and relieve un-
employment. One in need of cloth-
ing, groceries or other merchandise
applies to the bureau. He there of-
fers what he has. such as labor or
other commodities in return for his
own needs. A certificate entitling
him to receive what he wants is
then negotiated Several large build-
ings have recently been erected here
in this manner, stores have had
their merchandise sales greatly in-
creased and received in return ser-
vices or merchandise for which they
otherwise would have had to expend
cash, which they could ill afford to
do at this time. At the present time
negotiations are being conducted
with similar organizations in the
North for the exchange of Miami
rentals. Florida fruits and vegetables
for manufactured goods from the
North. It is interesting and valuable
to visit the bureau and learn of its
activities.
*
The Ladies' auxiliary of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox congregation
will hold a picnic for the benefit of
its Talmud Torah fund at Sunny
Isles casino Sunday, July 9. when
dinner will be served at a nominal
cost. Oames, swimming and other
amusements have been provided for.
Mrs. William Mechlowitz is In
charge of arrangements
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insurance work which meant 80 per
cent of their practice
In this letter, the writer cites five
cases of Individuals who held re-
commlttee.
Because they found the Jews of Po-
land, of Austria, of other war-riven
countries, including Russia, already
reduced to the breadline, it was
sponstble positions either with the .orced to appea. to the'Jews of
government or with Important or- America for nearly sioo.ooo.ooo and
ganizations. lhe.se individuals are
hinds Are Raised
NEW YORK More than $600,000
I has already been raised by the Jews
ol America tor Uieir persecuted and
stricken cu-religionists In the Reich.
;t is announced last week by Rab-
Ci Jonah u Wise, national chairman
of the $2.00(1.000 campaign which is
I being conducted in this country un-
der the auspices ol the German re-
lief campaign of the American Jew-
ish Joint Distribution committee.
This money was obtained as a result
of campaigns m 40 states ot the Un-
ion in which 171 communities parti-
cipated.
Of the SG17.000 that has been rul-
ed to date, $300,000 has been ob-
tained In New York City in the
campaign thai Is now being con-
ducted under the leadership of Dud-
ley D. Sirher. chairman, and Alhc
I S. Freed, associate chairman.
01 the sum already raised, a num-
ber of gilt--- have been received from
non-Jews. In Wilmington. Del..
Pierre du Pont led the campaign
tth a 1500 gift with a promise to
duplicate that amount after the
quota ot $10,000 for that community
ed a chec kof $200 was re-
ceived from a small town in Minne-
sota made up of 25 contributions, of
which 19 came from Christians; the
other six were given by the only six
Jews 111 that community.
The funds raised in this countrj
by the Oerman relief campaign are
being sent abroad to be administered
m Germany for the assistance of
the 6OO.000 Jews of that country by
a committee of prominent German
Jews in co-operation with the Amer-
ican Jewish Joint Distribution com-
mittee This organization now eu-
ro's tatu .similar to that of the
American Red Cross as a non-politi-
cl. international organization for
relief and reconstruction work.
The funds raised by the German
re'ief campaign will be used for
tn""e* major purposes: the feeding.
Musing and care of Jews rendered
destitute by economic oppression, re-
"^ for professional, intellectuals
a"d other members of the white
collar class, provide aid for the
thousands who will eventually be
lorced to leave Germany in order to
*** means of livelihood in other
'nds. and the re-education of the
Jewish youth of Germany to adapt
I Uiemsehes to a new way of life.
That conditions in Germany have
I nt improved among the Jews was
streed In a letter which Rabbi
**** made public from a prominent
"*' Yorker who has over 44 blood
Natives in the city of Berlin alone.
0f these relatives, it was pointed
a number are young doctors.
*ho.
:.,
niter July 1, will practically
ve no source of income whatso-
now In need of help The cases fol-
low:
"My youngest brother was a high
Official in the Prussian railway de-
partment For his meritorious work
he was awarded the title (it 'Kocuig-
licher Reglerungsrate a distinction
rarely bestowed upon a Jew, unless
he disavows Iils religion, which he
did not do. He died In 1 < 17 during
che war leaving five children; two
ot the first wife, three by the second
who survived him. The oldest, a Ph.
D., is a chief ol the advertising and
propaganda division ol a large film
concern, and Is being dismissed on
July 1 for no other reason than that
under existing circumstances it is
no longer possible to retain him. He
.1.1. 1 wife and baby The second, a
daughter, i.s married to a physician,
1 't isseiiar/.t' They are the doctors
ftl.O are officially appointed on the
panel of the state social insurance
fund, and to whom applicants tor
medical treatment free are direct-
ed. The doctors receive ,. certain
small fee tor eveiy pa 1 treat-
ed which, at the end Ol the month,
runs up from 600 to 1200 marks
There are many, many hundreds 1 I
Jewish Kassenarzte throughout Ger-
many whose sole Income IS derived
from this practice By a decree, late-
ly Issued, all Jewish Kassenarzte will
be dismissed July I, and tace star-
vation. They practicallj having no
private pi ictici
The third, a girl Ol 25, has been
for years employed In an lm
company and is a person ol
efficiency, as 1 had occasion person-
ally to verity dismissed July 1. The
fourth, a girl ol 2:1. occupied In a
physician's office receiving patients
and making hersell generally useful
dismissed by July 1 The tilth, a boy.
just 21 year. old. Still in his ap-
prenticeship, with a large coopera-
tive buying concern, was ordered dis-
missed, but fought his way through
to being retained until his appren-
ticeship 's ended, as his indenture
contained no clause for dismissal
The mother ol these last three chil-
dren has not a cent, depending ab-
solutely upon then earnings."
The ncces itj for German Jewrj
to resort to the breadline and the
soup kitchen because ot either tardi-
ness in responding to their appeal.
or Inadequacy ol funds sent to them
in this hour of then desperate need
for help, will mean the eternal dis-
grace of the Jews of this country.
once the Jews ot Germany are
forced Into the breadline, they are
socially and culturally doomed It
will not be only that they have been
economically degraded, but. what
will be far worse, they will become
spiritually crippled. That line moral,
which they have displayed during
the last three terrible montlis, dur-
ing which they have been subject* d
to all manner of physical and spirit-
ual martyrdom and have withstood
the most fantastic barbarities will be
destroyed. That unity which they
have welded out of their agony will
be shattered, because hunger is a
positive solvent of unity, arousing in
each individual emotions which none
of us know we are capable of until
the longing for food becomes unen-
durable.
-The experiences of the relief or-
al., /ations that went abroad artel
the world war. including the Amer-
ican Red Cross and the Joint Dis-
tribution committee, to furnish tood
to, the living, bandages tor the
wounded, and shrouds for the dead
11(. ;l,,,p|e proof of the correc
THE
GLOOM
^
to spend that amount in an effort,
which has already endured 18 years,
and the end ol which is not yet in
sight, to rehabilitate the peoples
whom it is seeking to restore to ec-
onomic independence. That the
Joint Distribution committee found
these people on the breadlines, in
e camps, sleeping, suffering
and dying along the roadside, filthy
and diseased because even the most
primitive sanitary services wer un-
available to them, was one of the
fortui ar, It was a situation
already created a fait accompli.
"But with the Jews of Germany,
the situation Is entirely different,
They are still standing erect, 'their
heads bloody but unbowed' in the
tace of an unparalleled disaster,
They are fending for themselves as
best they can. but because of the
ruin thai has swept down upon them
liki a tidal wave, their resources
have been reduced to the meagrest
proportions. They turn to their bre-
thren, their co-religionists In this
country, primarily, and they say:
These things we have endured, and
are enduring solely because we are
Jews, and we are enduring them In
such patience as we can command.
for the same reason. But one thing
we will not be able to endure
though we a: resigned to endure
more blow-, more brutality, more
iption 1 the present regime,
trusting to Ood that He will, In His
own good time, put an end to our
travail. What wc will nol be able to
endure is t! 1 i' gradation ot becom-
ing mendii aius, ol becoming reclp-
ol dole, ol standing In line for
a hunk ol bread, a bowl of soup, or
a cloak to cover our nakedness. And
II will come 10 that, we greatly fear,
you. our American brothers
ii.d sisters, help us quickly, by loan-
ing us the money wc need to eke
out our own pitiful residue with
which we are seeking to save our-
froin that worst of all blows.
Save US now. help US now to save
ourselves.'
"This cry from the people 111 Ger-
many resounds in our souls during
every hour oi the day. We would be
less than human, we would be un-
worthy of the name Jew, unworthy
of the martyrdom which our broth-
ers and sisters in Germany have en-
dured lor all our sakes. if wc did not
:i. wer this cry with all the fervor,
with all the generosity that i.s at
our command."
For difficult skins. Fluffy Cream i.s
a boon
'I wonder what time it is; must be
near noon!)
For muddy complexions you can't
beat it. ma'am
'Old battle-ax, you. with a face like
a ham! 1
Oh, yes. ma'am, this cream will re-
duce double chin!
Take folds In it. lady, an' use a big
pin! 1
You rub it in gently, then give a few
pats
My Gawd! that must be one of
Queen Mary's hatSl)
Yes, madam, this will remove freck-
les, indeed.
You'd best lay your money out on
a good feed! >
Grow hair on the face? Oh. no,
ma'am, that's not true!
1A beard couldn't make you look
worse than you do!)
1 Thank Gawd, here's Louise! She
can talk to this mob!
Believe me. I'm goin' to quit this
darn job! 1
Oh, yes, ma'am, this girl here will
make out your charge.
'Quick. Lou! Give a look! She's as
big as a barge!)
Ye ma'am? Oh, no. ma'am, no. I
didn't mean you!
Report me? Go on! I don't care if
you do!
Dean Inge says that man 40,000
ago had a brain the equal of
ours, though clerics as a rule pre-
ler to speak nothing ill of the dead.
Senator Reed, of Pennsylvania, be-
that erasing the gold clause
has bowed America's herd In shame,
That Isn't shame, mister, it's taxes
Consolidated returns from Fath-
er's day show that 21.450 of this
lowly type received just the bridge
lamps their daught'rs wanted.
Token payments" may pave the
way to a debt settlement with sou-
venirs. Europe's next offer, they
think, will be 10 sea shells on the
dollar.
The month's most daring prophecy
is attributed to an Indiana seer;
Thai Morgan Will be remembered
when the midget is forgotten.
A woman always says. "Well. I
suppose you know your own business
mess best," M if she didn't mean it.
In every state the laws are great.
They settle all contention,
In God they trust; are fair and just:
"In passing, this I mention)
With aim sublime, they drive at
crime,
Meet every wronged condition.
With sacred might, they're in the
fight
F'roni warts to prohibition.
By hook and crook each statute book
Seems bound for one grand mis-
sion :
To swell and grow and help lay low
All rebel opposition.
Now. that is done, once it's begun
By endless legislation,
The lobbies grand take up their
stand
Displaying golden ration.
With purse strings loose, the gold-
egg goose
Never knows congestion.
With hardset jaws she lays her
laws
Without a naughty question;
And goodness spring and virtue
sings
And everything seems better.
The poor increase, a "few" still fleece
And Wrong goes on. the debtor.
And so the years mid cares and
cheers
Wax fat with statute pages,
The ood grow terse, the bad grow
worse
And greyer grow the sages.
But while we're here upon this
sphere
Let's never cease to mention:
In every state our laws are great.
They settle all contention.
What you give to others
Comes back in double measure;
There is true possession
When you share your treasure.
Money closely hoarded
Has no means of growing:
Share your life with others.
Reaping as you're sowing.
What you give to others
Service, friendship, pleasure
Will be true possession
If you share your treasure.
The country minister ended his
sermon and then announced he
would like all of the board to re-
main after the service for a few
minutes. A Stranger in the village
made his way to the front pew and
seated himself with the deacons and
elders. The minister approached
him.
"My dear sir." he said tiesltatlnglj
"perhaps you misunderstood. 1 asked
Uiat only the board remain "
"That includes me," said the
stranger, "i certainly was never
more bored in all my life "
I long sometimes to go back to the
sea
The sea I used to know when I
was young,
To stand beside the waves, my arms
outflung.
And drink the cool, clean air in
ecstasy;
To watch the seagulls swoop and
thrill to see
Them flashing fitfully, and freely
strung
Against the sky; but tied to city
streets among
The roar and clang, I wander lone-
somely.
And lately I grow thoughtful, as I
gaze
Upon the city where I earn my
bread,
Nostalgia grips me for that one dear
place;
I vision drifting spray, and sails
outspread,
And wonder if the fevered Strug! le
pays,
And yearn to vanish from this
fretful race.
I seem so useless
all day long. Just
standing on the table
here. I cannot speak noi-
sing a song ... I think I
must seem somewhat queer.
But when twilight creeps on
apace. And all is spooky-like
and still Snap goes the gadget;
s h
a d
ows race
Like fright-
ened rabbits
down a hill ... At
last my.....little
hour .... has come. I
shine and.....glow
with......all my
might .... And
though I may-
be ... deaf
and dumb.
I smile and make
this dark .... room bright
The cloak of charity is too often a
bargain sale model.
Even a dull person
shines in an emergency.
sometimes
Spending one's vacation is usually
synonymous with spending one's
money.
Never start a modest man to talk-
ing about himself unless you have
nothing to do but listen
A French astrologist declares the
next world war will start on Thurs-
day. August 15. 1935; but we can't
make it. That's the maid's day out.


Page Four
THE JEWISH FLORI DIAN
Friday, June 30, 1933.
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Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTE1 1
Founder m..l Director, lt Si nda\ Mornings
Bynscos ox abb win *j"
\\'IOD, Miami, FLORIDA :
* Vol. II.
SUNDAY, JINK 25. 1933.
No. 9.
St. Petersburg
Notes
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MODERN KORAHS
The sermon which i am about to read to you this morning was received
by me .1 few days ago with the following note from Rabbi Machtel:
1 hope, please God, to be with you all by next Sunday. July 2, and to
reel j u all from the studio. The enclosed sermon is based on the scrip-
ture reading which was read In the synagogues yesterday and which re-
lates the story Ol the revolt ol Korah against the leadership 01 Moses and
Aaron As told in the Torah. the earth swallowed up Korah and his host ol
followers, Now for the sermon
THE sages who commented on scripture state thai Korah and his
moup did not die.' They explain that, by claiming that, though the
earth opened under them and. apparently, swallowed them, another open-
ing, through a cave, permitted them to roll out and to remain alive, Are
we to assume that the rabbis of old would venture to contradict the word
ol holy writ? No, thai is no! logical But, what prompted them to make
such a statement? Then explanation ol that verse was an effort to explain
the 1 v.-tence ol Korah's and similar trouble-makers in subsequent genera-
tions, rhey sought to convey the thought that, though the original Korah
may have died, the spirit ol insincere criticism and hypocrisy which he
1 xemplifled has cone down through the aces and rears its ugly head at
times and in places with 1 stirring up strife in the ranks ol
[sra< I Every community has its Korah and his followers. Every city lias its
who can not bear to -< God-inspired leaders labor for the salvation
general public These Korahs impute impure and dishonorable 1110-
totheuna iders and they mans und themselves with
iwers who. al oni time or another have, themselves, aspired
failed beca ity was discovered by
the masses rhere an rd of communities who have
been misled by these self-aagrand sous soul
arosi tined the community ol us llfe-
. iw them up for a time They may drop out
.... But thej cop up he mob.
OUR own communitj 1- no exception We have our Korahs and they
l,;i.. \ rt of an arthquake will
from our mid must mad< tremble under
1 time that
the modern Korah notoriou pred..... 1 rhe orig-
inal Kon lety He found fault wltl tgious
and legal decisions ol MOS .......' vi Korah similarly
cover thi ses with a cloak ol piety and parade about In
Use of n..... rn ofl
DURING mj visit 1 Ni a York I have been permitted to see behind the
-, : mmunal lift hen It ha mterpart in the lifi :
Jewish 1 lie condition in certain phases ol
: sp lla disaster I 'do not m asti r
\ encounter obsta les and are delayed
The pure and the
arded tx -
ause the gn omed to pi
-..::.. :.. at the hand
I pray to God for the I
I to p rform. not
K may. for
a timi m their p task will not be an
I ..: to him. The Kor-
rife. They enget
:-.'.: nee ol
e they tolerati
take 1 erthrow the dominion of
v.. k< dn< --
Ife:
Koi : ive I beei
ibjects: too lot
K it their undermii
I not been 1 iay be
ion. But. I thanl
!'..(.. been opened. 1
been d ed the Word ol God and
: that
K Cot .true-

I SHALL Wi mobilise our forces for a
con Yours
re is no 1 -:de the realm I 1
Ood-consclous Ufe. K the belief that you at-
mpl to Imp) ws ".he actions of the Korahs
J ::.:'. ._:cn I don't b.
m. So do I. You dc 11 I remove these revolting and repui-
ry of our own children : is
our luty to drive the K ion to the
- of the Korah clar. We
GOD grant me the opportunity 10 contribute my effort to the success
of the Korah-extemnns I rant to weave be.! :
threads into the pattern 0: life I wan! to cover up the hideous and c:
urir.. : "he loom
Iouh from tbt plan
May Benjamin and son are now at
their beach home at Treasure Island,
where they will be pleased to see
their friends.
Services will be held at Congrega-
tion Bnal Israel. 921 Ninth street,
north, on Fridaj evening at 8 o'-
clock, conducted by Rabbi Alexander
S Klemleld

Mrs Carroll, ol 338 Eighteenth
avenue, n. e. is sponsoring a card
partj for the benefit of the Ladies'
Auxiliary and Aid society, on Wed-
:. iday evening. June 38 a large
crowd is expected,
The card party of last week spon-
by Mrs Hyman M Jao bs toi
the benefit Of the Ladies' Auxiliary
and Aid society, was well attended
Mis.- Sarah C.elman ol _'T7 Central
avenue, left las! Sunday morning
for Chicago, where she will visit the
World's fair.
Mr and Mrs Jay Witine: and
I rampa spent last Sunday In
St. Petersburg, visiting May Benja-
min.

Mrs Jack Puchs returned from a
visit to Tampa, where she was visit-
ing her Sister and brother-in-law.
Gordon

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hi
Bags, cushions, family overload;
Route numbers, arguments hot,
wrong road;
Moth-eaten bathing suit, goosoflesh.
shower,
1 Permanent disarranged!; sun for
an hour;
Hunger pangs, paper plates, hodge-
podge lunch.
Sandwich spread, pickles. Cheese,
cold meat, punch.
Fried fish, potato chips, ice cream
cone.
Hot dog. jumbo nuts appetite is
gone;
Interest gone, temper gone, great big
head:
Home trip, aperient unguentine. bed.
Ephraim: "Parson. I've got 'ligior..
Ah tells you!''
Parson "That's tine. Brother Eph-
raim' You are going to lay a-side all
sin?"
Ephraim. "Yes suh! Yes Sllhl"
Parson: "You're going to church
ularly?"
Ephraim: "Yes suh-ree! Yes suh-
ree!"
Parson: "Are you going to pay
your debt.-'
Ephraim: "Suh? Dat ain't 'ligion.
Dat's business!
Even watered stocks have been
known to take a drop too much.
lot tun,
\V7vr./'/ mi are ueaiing aluays, till tin mytth neb /> done.
\\ 1,1. Jly, /'ni ueaun$ surely, r j,/ for himself his jjl<;
U tht pattern look :. 1 can only weaie and wait."
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PiKe Six
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, June 30, 1931
Pat darling:
This morning when I jumped out
ol bed tin' first thing I did was to
take a pei'k into the mirror and I
was botli surprised and amazed. I
could hardly believe thai this girl
with the lovely complexion was real-
ly 1 not a blackhead, not a pimple.
not a blemish did I see. Even those
little lines on my forehead caused
hr frowning I used to do had
;>< ared I am so happy that I
don'l know how to express my grati-
tude to Hita
1 suppose that by this tune your.'
ring what it's all about what
Caused tin.-, remarkable changl I il
even you will admit that I had a
dreadful complexion.
Last night after Rita and I came
home iron: a show she informed me
derful face pack
-he would like to try on me It
to her by an old French
had had n hand-
to her from her great
grandmother It s got a regular his-
: :. I go into that.
nl Isn ; expen-
sive bu i' h Its iu.
around
two calw ol
151 St z-: st-
yeast. Then, squeeze out about a
teaspoonful of lemon juice and mix
it with the yeast. Into this mixture
goes a tablespoon of sweet cream
and a little honey and now you have
your face pack all ready. Simple
enough, isn't it?
Put the mixture on with a wooden
paddle or spoon and let it dry for
two hours. Nice way to spend a
quiet evening or a rainy afternoon.
I spent the time writing letters and |
I don't mind telling you that one
went to Bill. After all. I don't want
him to forget that I still exist be-
cause I'm quite sine he'll get over
t lu^ DeVere Hurley affair she's
not his type. But. to go back to the
pack.
Alter the two hours are up. wash
it of! with hot water and then cold
water, always rubbing upwards. If
your lace Is dry as mine is then rub
a little skm food into it and finish it
oil with a skm tonic.
Use this pack once a week and
your complexion worries will be at
an end. providing you give your skm
the proper everyday care which. Rita
assures me. shouldn't be difficult
once you determine the type of skill
you have and follow the same rou-
tine every day. But. I'll have to tell
you all about that in my next letter.
Here comes Rita now so that
means that I'll learn something new
and I know it'll be something inter-
esting. Do write me real soon.
Yours for beauty. Joan.
PLAYING AT THE
7TH AVE. THEATRE

BERT WHEELER
SOCIETY
Mr. Charles Olein, accompanied
by his daughter Mildred and son
Edward left last Monday for Atlan-
ta. Oa., where they will attend the
wedding ol their niece and from
there will make an extended tour of
the State to Visit Mime relatives and
friends,
The midsummer dance sponsored
by Belli David congregation and its
Sisterhood will be held at the Trop-
ical Jungle Gardens on Monday eve-
ning. July 10. when an elaborate
program of entertainment will be
presented. The proceeds will be used
towards the fund to paint the syna-
: gogue and admission will be by a
donation of paint. Mrs. Edward
Friedman is chairman of the Sister-
hood committee and Mr. Nat Zalka
is chairman of the congregation's
committee.

In these hot days and particularly
on Thursday afternoon and Sun-
days, one wants to visit a cool spot
to rest, enjoy himself, and obtain
delicious refreshments whether it be
only a drink or sandwich or an en-
tire meal. No finer spot can be found
according to those who have visited
it. than Bornstein's at 944 Ocean
Drive. Miami Beach, opposite the
beautiful Lummus Park main en-
trance. A trial will soon convince
one.

Dr. V. K. Jindra has been a prac-
ticing physician of Miami for a
number of years and recently moved
his offices to 805 West Flagler str
where he has established spacia
quarters for the accommodation
his patients. He ras recently be^
having much success with a nf
treatment for hernia which enabll
the patient to be treated and
lieved without loss of time or palij
ful operations.
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Statistical Report
Bter Miami Jewish Cemetery
lation, Inc. as of June 15. 1933.
pn sented by I, L. Mlntzer at the In-
stallation banquet June 28. 1933:
The cemetery plot owned by the
association was purchased on May
14. 1927, by the then Brotherhood of
I and the 31 ti 1
1' d She] Ernes ft
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raves The

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ply on
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between the
B<::-. I lor Beth Jac-
ob congri Miami Jew-
is!-. Orthodox congr. rid the
thi:. B: thi rhood ol Chesed She!
: hood of Chesed
nization was
formed and title to 7(10 lot- was
m the new organization. 300
lined by the Sisterhood for
:- pun -e of burying of the
poor. The assci ime into ex-
in June of 1931 Since that
day there have been paid out to the
W llai Compan;
Prin $5,132 50
Or. inten I -'=>9 68
For i ;
550 00
considera-
;ms received and expended for
shrouds, watchmen, washing of bod-
ies, c: those paid
out for recording, auditors' fees.
meetings, stationery, etc.
There are Don Interred in the
cemetery of the association 10 in-
fants and 48 ad rhich adults
U ere women and 36 mi
:ments made were: 1927, one
I two adults: 1928. c:. ::.-
09 two in-
fants and three in-
and 10 ., two in-
1932. one
ht adults; 1M
adult
The old association paid In on the
cemetery the sum of S3.365 on prin-
cipal and the sum of S3.502.60. To
this should be added the cost of
Improvements as landscaping, water
installation, fence and gate, etc..
which were paid tor in greater part
by the Sisterhood of Chesed She!
Ernes,
oi the sums paid In by the new
association for the principal on the
thi Sisterhood ol Chesed
Shel Emes contributed considerable
There Is now due and owin
thi i metery to the Woodlawn com-
pany the sum ol 19 500, plus interest
a: thi rate of 3 per cenl from April
3. 1933. of which the sum of $500
including principal and interest was
June i. 1933. and is still
unpaid.
Continued \e\t Week
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July Fourth!
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Sport Trousers S4.95 and S5.95
Sport Coats S12.50
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Pag* Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, June 30, 1933. As we go to press, the formal installation banquet of the recently elected officers of the Hebrew Athletic club is being held at Gratz's restaurant. Miami Beach. A full account will appear in our next issue. Genius, more than once, has been mistaken for madness. Eugene O'Neill. America's greatest playwright, was thought to be more than a little "mad" when he first announced his supremo masterpiece. "Strange Interlude." But when the play was brought to the New York stage by the celebrated Theatre Guild the dramatic world went "mad" — with delight. It was hailed as the mvatost play the American theatre had seen, and ran for two yens. When Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer announced it was bringing "Strange Interlude" to the screen, it too was suspected of letting Its courage outniii Its sound judgment. This play was too daring for the screen, too difficult, O'Neill had written his King Funeral I lome To Serve Humanity Bet/ei FRANK G. McGHAN'S WIDOW 29 N. W. lrd \v. Phones 2-3515—5-1*2 I We have just opened Currey's Cut Flowers and Fruits Floral Designs Out Specialty >27 E. I i W.i l i: STREET Ponce de I.eon Hotel SIDEBOTTOM Ice Cream Go. 2424 N. W. 7th Ave. 1400 W. I'IIK-IIT SI. 735 N. W. 34th St. PHONE 2-3812 play so that the characters voiced their hidden thoughts as well as their spoken words. But Metro Goldwyn Mayer Included everything the author intended to convey in bringing "Strange Interlude" to the screen. It is being presented Sunday and Monday at the Tivoli theatre with Norma Shearer and Clark Gable in the stellar roles. The skepticism of the doubters has turned to acclaims for this production. Its producers do not hesitate to proclaim it the "picture that revolutionizes pictures" It gives B new dignity and maturity to screen drama. The trouble with American > according to Berl Wheeler and Robert Woolsey, who have gone In for prison reform In a big cim way. is that they are not conducted LO attract the b Since playing in RKO-Radlo Pictures %  Hold Em Jail." showii the Seventh Avenue theatre Sunday ind Monday. tl comedians have done some heavy thinkl oursi re%  •Taki tball angli it of hi ms i : a imi f our bi -: prison in! %  couldn't go through Um i -.earn puffs How can you loyalty and support iron: the as this <:..-. ra eful ndition i \. Wheeler believes that it the enrequirements were released. permitting the matriculation of wat%  red stock salesmen, vice presidents of defunct banks and high pressure promoters, the gridiron standards would soon be improved. In "Hold Em Jail.' which Norman Taurog directed, is shown what Wheeler and Woolsey refer to as a .nodel jail. It has first of all a crack football team, with Rasco Ates as quarterGAMP WOHELO For Girls An Ideal Vacation Spot for Your Daughter 111 Kill \ 111 RKOV. I I || LEVY Owner and l>irector Hilda Riesner i-s: s. w. Thirteenth street MIAMI REPRESENTATIVE For Information Phone 3-2493 j + WORTHMOR | IGE CREAM I, %  rite assortment to select from. j 203 Ave. Aragon. Coral Gables Summer Rates $4.00 r r, a ; .Sun-Pay Sanitarium fyEost. ConOqJescents \M/cAro/itc Casey RATESReatpnabte-Sendhr DOOklET Florida Miami \ For fresh Sea Foods STOP AT GAPT. TOM'S FISH MART I lacier St. and Miami River Phane 2-5321 • We Never Clow OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST Our Fish are the freshest — Caught by our own boats daily If it is Sea Food, we have it at its very best, and at attractively low prices. Our method of handling and selling Sea Food is in observance with all the sanitary rules and regulations. back; a fine band, playing only the latest and most popular airs in the most hot-cha fashion; a private room with bath for genial goodnatured guards who keep the prisoners supplied with saws, files and whatever other tools they take a fancy for; room service direct from the kitchen; and the latest shows both afternoon and evenings. • • • Mis Jack Samet reviewed "Candide" by Voltaire at the meeting of the Books in Brief club Tuesday night at Mrs. Samet's home. 1823 N. W. Eighth street. Refreshments and a social hour followed. • • • Mi and Mrs. M. Mayeiowit/ enertained with a wedding dinner on Wednesday night lor Oscar Mayers and his fiancee, Miss Frances Druckrman. Members ol both families were present Including Mr. and Mrs Neal Sarasohn of Birmingham; Simon Druckerman, and Louis Druckerman. Mrs Adele Vince Rose entertained the Fortnightly Book R vie* club ai her home. 641 Tenth •t. Miami Beach, last Tuesdaj whi n Mrs Chai Ri senpn nted a resume ol VI ki Baum's new book. "11 I li neral lal hour foiiowed. Simon Druckerman arrived I from New Yolk to \i • brother. Louis Druckerman, and to be present al the marriage of his niece, Misa Fran Druckerman i Oscar Mayeis, July 2 The Ladles' auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation held Its bi-weekly card party Tuesat the home of Mrs C Klein. 1860 S W Third street Mrs Klein was assisted by members of the auxiliary in the serving of refreshments Prizes were awarded to -core winners • • • Dave Cowen of Tampa. Fla.. formerly of this city -pen: several days in Miami visiting friends and relatives here. • %  Rabbi S M Machtei of the Radio Synagog returned to Miami Thursday morning after having spent five weeks in the North on a combined business and pleasure trip • • • Word was received here <>: : lie death Wednesday morning of Mrs. %  OUphant of New York City. She was interred in the Jewish cemetery there after funeral services on Thursday. Mrs Oliphant is survived by her husband. George Oliphant. a son. Harry Oliphant of Miami, and a daughter Mrs Meyei Schwartz of Miami Mrs Schwartz, who is president of the Ladies auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare bureau and a prominent communal worker here, and her brother. Harry Oliphant. were present at the bedside of their mother in New York, having left Miami Sunday morning and arriving in New York Tuesday. • • • MiI L Mintzer. accompanied by her daughter Ethel and son Jack, left by auto for New York City, where they will spend their summer vacation visiting some relatives and friends there. • • • Word was received here of the death in Clarksdale. Miss., last Saturday of L. Rappaport. a brother of Max Rappaport and Morris Rappaport of this city. Mr. Max Rappaport visited his brother several weeks ago. Mr. L. Rappaport was a prominen; merchant of Clarksdale and active in the communal life of the Jews of that locality. • • • Mr. Charles Rosengarten returned to Miami last Tuesday after having spent three weeks in New York on a combined business and pleasure trip. • • • Miss Goldie Popkin of New York City is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Upton ol Miami Beach. • • • Mrs Isldor Welnsteln, president oi the Temple Israel Sisterhood, announces the first ol a -series ot summer bridge parties to be held at 2 p. m. today, at the William Penn hotel, Miami Beach. The committee in charge is composed ol Mrs Welnsteln, Mrs Henry DeCastro Williams and Mrs Joseph Williamson. Reservations may be made with either ol the three, and there will be prizes awarded high score winner-., as well .,refreshments served. A social hour will follow the bridge game The public is invited • • • An important meeting oi members Ol the Junior Council ol Jewish :. will be held Wednesday evening, July n. al the home of Pauline Shonfeld, 344 N. E. Twenty-sixth street, which all members are asked to attend. Following the business session bridge will be played. • • a Aii Important meeting of the Ladies auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation will be held at the synagogue next Tuesday evening to which all members are asked to attend. Important business will be transacted. • • • Recently there appeared an article in the Liberty magazine describing the establishments of institutions to -olve the present economic conditions through the baiter or exchange system and describing in particular of the success of such an institution in Miami. The "Exchange Bureau" at 250 N. E. Third street, with a record of business running into the thousands of dollars since its establishment, and yet never handling even a cent of actual cash, is a shining example of what can be done to stimulate business and relieve unemployment. One in need of clothing, groceries or other merchandise applies to the bureau. He there offers what he has. such as labor or other commodities in return for his own needs. A certificate entitling him to receive what he wants is then negotiated Several large buildings have recently been erected here in this manner, stores have had their merchandise sales greatly increased and received in return services or merchandise for which they otherwise would have had to expend cash, which they could ill afford to do at this time. At the present time negotiations are being conducted with similar organizations in the North for the exchange of Miami rentals. Florida fruits and vegetables for manufactured goods from the North. It is interesting and valuable to visit the bureau and learn of its activities. • • The Ladies' auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation will hold a picnic for the benefit of its Talmud Torah fund at Sunny Isles casino Sunday, July 9. when dinner will be served at a nominal cost. Oames, swimming and other amusements have been provided for. Mrs. William Mechlowitz is In charge of arrangements Adulla -'", Children in, II, iv llffire opens :, : i:, p.m. Sunday Bund*) und Mondat. Jul> 2-3 Bert Wheeler Robert Woolsey in "Hold'Em Jail" MAURER CO. Jewelers Neu Location 42 NORTH MIAMI AVENUE Open far Buainemt Saturday. July I SAM MALRIK, Manager TEXACO %  Certified m LUBRICATION %  It is advisable to have your car greased and lubricated. Wr all know this is the %  best way to prevent trouble on the road and to avoid unnecessary repair bills. | SCHMIDT'S SERVICE STATION / ubrication Experts S. W. ath Si. at 21t Ae. %  %  > Now v" can buy BILTMORE LAUNDRY SERVICE at a price that fits your pocketbook'. PHONE 3-3687 21 N. W. 9TII ST. *• Alexander Orr, Jr., Inc. Plumbing and 1 [eating 1122 MIAMI REACH I % %  ih St. Phone 1-1141 MIAMI 45 N. W. 3rd St. Phone 2-3MI GARTER FUNERAL SERVICE 314 WEST EI.A(;i.ER STREET PHONES 2-8421— 2-8422 MITCHELL JACOBY, Experienced feu lib Attendant in Charge


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IrHE JEWISH IFLORIDIAN -^TL-SKKI. EVERY FRIDAY JjSl--H "• p „ go, 2973 Lni. Florida J*oneJ-1183 I MBCUTIVI OKFICB8: .a, Hid* P* 0 "* 2 4,J II1S-I* • StfU —E1) ||c.KIAI. OFFICES: s w .',.„., Avrnu, P—MIM THE JEWISH FLQRiniAM ever because on that date they will I of !*. Pr0h blted fr m d0ing any sotial '"' %  joint" D^nbut Page Three j. LOl IS SHOCIIET, Editor I MMCD lAKI.IN. Ad.rtl.ln M.n.r fKB K MI,>. IIET. (ircul.lion M.n.ger -—7 „ ., id elaM niHtt€T July 4. 1 £fT,t" Pt Offlc. at Miami. Flur.Uu "•tfk of Mr.h %  J870. *" ,.NT PALM BEACH OFFIC E ill EinMh .Slrt „„ M >.h"bni.k. Rrprc.rnUliv. .ill *• %  >""• m, VMt -I us. RIPTION SI "' 12.00 FRIDAY. JUNE 30. !!::: Vol. 0' — No. 26. insurance work which meant 80 per cent of their practice In this letter, the writer cites five cases of Individuals who held recommlttee. Because they found the Jews of Poland, of Austria, of other war-riven countries, including Russia, already reduced to the breadline, it was sponstble positions either with the .orced to appea. to the'Jews of government or with Important or, America for nearly sioo.ooo.ooo and ganizations. lhe.se individuals are hinds Are Raised NEW YORK — More than $600,000 I has already been raised by the Jews ol America tor Uieir persecuted and stricken cu-religionists In the Reich. ;t is announced last week by RabCi Jonah u Wise, national chairman of the $2.00(1.000 campaign which is I being conducted in this country under the auspices ol the German relief campaign of the American Jewish Joint Distribution committee. This money was obtained as a result of campaigns m 40 states ot the Union in which 171 communities participated. Of the SG17.000 that has been ruled to date, $300,000 has been obtained In New York City in the campaign thai Is now being conducted under the leadership of Dudley D. Sirher. chairman, and Alhc I S. Freed, associate chairman. 01 the sum already raised, a number of gilt--have been received from non-Jews. In Wilmington. Del.. Pierre du Pont led the campaign %  tth a 1500 gift with a promise to duplicate that amount after the quota ot $10,000 for that community ed A chec kof $200 was received from a small town in Minnesota made up of 25 contributions, of which 19 came from Christians; the other six were given by the only six Jews 111 that community. The funds raised in this countrj by the Oerman relief campaign are being sent abroad to be administered m Germany for the assistance of the 6OO.000 Jews of that country by a committee of prominent German Jews in co-operation with the American Jewish Joint Distribution committee This organization now euro's %  tatu .similar to that of the American Red Cross as a non-politicl. international organization for relief and reconstruction work. The funds raised by the German re 'ief campaign will be used for tn ""e* major purposes: the feeding. Musing and care of Jews rendered destitute by economic oppression, re"^ for professional, intellectuals a "d other members of the white collar class, provide aid for the thousands who will eventually be lor ced to leave Germany in order to *** means of livelihood in other 'nds. and the re-education of the Jewish youth of Germany to adapt I Uiemsehes to a new way of life. That conditions in Germany have I n t improved among the Jews was stre ed In a letter which Rabbi **** made public from a prominent "*' Yorker who has over 44 blood Natives in the city of Berlin alone. 0f these relatives, it was pointed a number are young doctors. *ho. :., niter July 1, will practically v e no source of income whatsonow In need of help The cases follow: "My youngest brother was a high Official in the Prussian railway department For his meritorious work he was awarded the title (it 'Kocuiglicher Reglerungsrate a distinction rarely bestowed upon a Jew, unless he disavows IILS religion, which he did not do. He died In 1 < 17 during che war leaving five children; two ot the first wife, three by the second who survived him. The oldest, a Ph. D., is a chief ol the advertising and propaganda division ol a large film concern, and Is being dismissed on July 1 for no other reason than that under existing circumstances it is no longer possible to retain him. He .1.1. 1 wife and baby The second, a daughter, i.s married to a physician, 1 't isseiiar/.t' They are the doctors ftl.O are officially appointed on the panel of the state social insurance fund, and to whom applicants tor medical treatment free are directed. The doctors receive ,. certain small fee tor eveiy pa 1 treated which, at the end Ol the month, runs up from 600 to 1200 marks There are many, many hundreds 1 I Jewish Kassenarzte throughout Germany whose sole Income IS derived from this practice By a decree, lately Issued, all Jewish Kassenarzte will be dismissed July I, and tace starvation. They practicallj having no private pi ictici The third, a girl Ol 25, has been for years employed In an lm company and is a person ol efficiency, as 1 had occasion personally to verity dismissed July 1. The fourth, a girl ol 2: 1 occupied In a physician's office receiving patients and making hersell generally useful dismissed by July 1 The tilth, a boy. just 21 year. old. Still in his apprenticeship, with a large cooperative buying concern, was ordered dismissed, but fought his way through to being retained until his apprenticeship s ended, as his indenture contained no clause for dismissal The mother ol these last three children has not a cent, depending absolutely upon then earnings." The ncces itj for German Jewrj to resort to the breadline and the soup kitchen because ot either tardiness in responding to their appeal. or Inadequacy ol funds sent to them in this hour of then desperate need for help, will mean the eternal disgrace of the Jews of this country. •once the Jews ot Germany are forced Into the breadline, they are socially and culturally doomed It will not be only that they have been economically degraded, but. what will be far worse, they will become spiritually crippled. That line moral, which they have displayed during the last three terrible montlis, during which they have been subject* d to all manner of physical and spiritual martyrdom and have withstood the most fantastic barbarities will be destroyed. That unity which they have welded out of their agony will be shattered, because hunger is a positive solvent of unity, arousing in each individual emotions which none of us know we are capable of until the longing for food becomes unendurable. -The experiences of the relief oral., /ations that went abroad artel the world war. including the American Red Cross and the Joint Distribution committee, to furnish tood to, the living, bandages tor the wounded, and shrouds for the dead 11( ;l ,,,p|e proof of the correc THE GLOOM ^ to spend that amount in an effort, which has already endured 18 years, and the end ol which is not yet in sight, to rehabilitate the peoples whom it is seeking to restore to economic independence. That the Joint Distribution committee found these people on the breadlines, in e camps, sleeping, suffering and dying along the roadside, filthy and diseased because even the most primitive sanitary services wer %  unavailable to them, was one of the fortui ar, It was a situation already created —a fait accompli. "But with the Jews of Germany, the situation Is entirely different, They are still standing erect, 'their heads bloody but unbowed' in the tace of an unparalleled disaster, They are fending for themselves as best they can. but because of the ruin thai has swept down upon them liki a tidal wave, their resources have been reduced to the meagrest proportions. They turn to their brethren, their co-religionists In this country, primarily, and they say: These things we have endured, and are enduring solely because we are Jews, and we are enduring them In such patience as we can command. for the same reason. But one thing we will not be able to endure — though we a: • resigned to endure more blow-, more brutality, more iption %  1 the present regime, trusting to Ood that He will, In His own good time, put an end to our travail. What wc will nol be able to endure is t! 1 i' gradation ot becoming mendii aius, ol becoming reclpol dole, ol standing In line for a hunk ol bread, a bowl of soup, or a cloak to cover our nakedness. And II will come 10 that, we greatly fear, you. our American brothers ii.d sisters, help us quickly, by loaning us the money wc need to eke out our own pitiful residue with which we are seeking to save ourfroin that worst of all blows. Save US now. help US now to save ourselves.' "This cry from the people 111 Germany resounds in our souls during every hour oi the day. We would be less than human, we would be unworthy of the name Jew, unworthy of the martyrdom which our brothers and sisters in Germany have endured lor all our sakes. if wc did not :i. wer this cry with all the fervor, with all the generosity that i.s at our command." For difficult skins. Fluffy Cream i.s a boon 'I wonder what time it is; must be near noon!) For muddy complexions you can't beat it. ma'am 'Old battle-ax, you. with a face like a ham! 1 Oh, yes. ma'am, this cream will reduce double chin! %  Take folds In it. lady, an' use a big pin! 1 You rub it in gently, then give a few pats My Gawd! that must be one of Queen Mary's hatSl) Yes, madam, this will remove freckles, indeed. %  You'd best lay your money out on a good feed! > Grow hair on the face? Oh. no, ma'am, that's not true! 1A beard couldn't make you look worse than you do!) 1 Thank Gawd, here's Louise! She can talk to this mob! Believe me. I'm goin' to quit this darn job! 1 Oh, yes, ma'am, this girl here will make out your charge. 'Quick. Lou! Give a look! She's as big as a barge!) Ye ma'am? Oh, no. ma'am, no. I didn't mean you! Report me? Go on! I don't care if you do! Dean Inge says that man 40,000 ago had a brain the equal of ours, though clerics as a rule preler to speak nothing ill of the dead. Senator Reed, of Pennsylvania, bethat erasing the gold clause has bowed America's herd In shame, That Isn't shame, mister, it's taxes Consolidated returns from Father's day show that 21.450 of this lowly type received just the bridge lamps their daught'rs wanted. %  T oken payments" may pave the way to a debt settlement with souvenirs. Europe's next offer, they think, will be 10 sea shells on the dollar. The month's most daring prophecy is attributed to an Indiana seer; Thai Morgan Will be remembered when the midget is forgotten. A woman always says. "Well. I suppose you know your own business mess best," M if she didn't mean it. In every state the laws are great. They settle all contention, In God they trust; are fair and just: "In passing, this I mention) With aim sublime, they drive at crime, Meet every wronged condition. With sacred might, they're in the fight F'roni warts to prohibition. By hook and crook each statute book Seems bound for one grand mission : To swell and grow and help lay low All rebel opposition. Now. that is done, once it's begun By endless legislation, The lobbies grand take up their stand Displaying golden ration. With purse strings loose, the goldegg goose Never knows congestion. With hards—et jaws she lays her laws Without a naughty question; And goodness spring and virtue sings And everything seems better. The poor increase, a "few" still fleece And Wrong goes on. the debtor. And so the years mid cares and cheers Wax fat with statute pages, The ood grow terse, the bad grow worse And greyer grow the sages. But while we're here upon this sphere Let's never cease to mention: In every state our laws are great. They settle all contention. What you give to others Comes back in double measure; There is true possession When you share your treasure. Money closely hoarded Has no means of growing: Share your life with others. Reaping as you're sowing. What you give to others — Service, friendship, pleasure — Will be true possession If you share your treasure. The country minister ended his sermon and then announced he would like all of the board to remain after the service for a few minutes. A Stranger in the village made his way to the front pew and seated himself with the deacons and elders. The minister approached him. "My dear sir." he said tiesltatlnglj "perhaps you misunderstood. 1 asked Uiat only the board remain "That includes me," said the stranger, "i certainly was never more bored in all my life I long sometimes to go back to the sea — The sea I used to know when I was young, To stand beside the waves, my arms outflung. And drink the cool, clean air in ecstasy; To watch the seagulls swoop and thrill to see Them flashing fitfully, and freely strung Against the sky; but tied to city streets among The roar and clang, I wander lonesomely. And lately I grow thoughtful, as I gaze Upon the city where I earn my bread, Nostalgia grips me for that one dear place; I vision drifting spray, and sails outspread, And wonder if the fevered Strug! le pays, And yearn to vanish from this fretful race. I seem so useless all day — long. Just standing on the table here. I cannot speak noising a song ... I think I must seem somewhat queer. But when twilight creeps on apace. And all is spooky-like and still Snap goes the gadget; s h a d ows race Like frightened rabbits down a hill ... At last my l ittle hour .... has come. I shine and g low with a ll my might .... And though I maybe ... deaf and dumb. I smile and make this dark .... room bright The cloak of charity is too often a bargain sale model. Even a dull person shines in an emergency. sometimes Spending one's vacation is usually synonymous with spending one's money. Never start a modest man to talking about himself unless you have nothing to do but listen A French astrologist declares the next world war will start on Thursday. August 15. 1935; but we can't make it. That's the maid's day out.



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13. wJewisti Florid tin Vol. • No 26 1 LORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 193). Price Five Cents Slowly It Begins To Dawn the Formal Banquet | Jewish Worker Hadassah Holds Honors Election Is Welfare Aid We have been watching jrewth Of Miami's Jewish community for the past eight years. We have seen the practically non-existent jewlsh communal spirit slowly develop into a real consciousness of ones duty to his fellow Jews. Of the spirit thai one Jew is responsible for ;he welfare of his fellow Jew. And throughout, there has been :: %  ol rugged or shall we say selfish Individuality, the regard for own ambitions and desires, that has at all times outweighed the idea or thought ol the greatest good tor the reatesl number. The Other night we listened to the iddreSE Ol a gentleman who has been very active in local affairs. He viewed with alarm the spread ol the spirit ol the "Nazi" in American circles. He cried out aloud to his lellow them to awaken to their as Jews and to combat this un-American trend on the part of bigoted fanatics. He had literature galore thai he was going U> read to a and to inform them ol what was going on throughout the country He was followed by another ntleman who also "viewed With alarm." and then by the : a local synagogue who he opportunity to also showthat hi too fell concerned with the lurn ol %  • Hairs. Wi si %  by, listened carefully, and And so came the dawn." e to ourselves. Where were lemen and the organizationthey represented several o when tlitre was railed attention a contemptible • to the Jewish people and ation [or Hitler and his In a so-called local weekly. rhe; -\ about it' It was called io their attention! But since it W8J • be merely something remit to themselves, but to A Jews, what cared they? i preacher directed a diaI the Jew.-., and another II Miami took the opportune to distribute the "Protocols ol Zlon," where, we Jiumbly ask, ir good friends and their or' Yes and when scvks ago another weekly sheet ol this city again termed as false and unfair the reports of persecute jew.s in Germany, where i local Jewish organizations.' The answer is simple, it Is 80 plain annot be denied. They were ncerned for the welfare of the people. They wen' thinking too much of finding fault with their ; l'\vs, of attempting to thwart the rise to prominence of some Jew Who might be deserving. so long as our own Jewish People will fail to work for their own advancement in things Jewish; >o long as they will take cognizance '• is happening around them; long as they will fail to keep up the proud traditions of their own faith; so long as they will seek to down their fellow Jews because of some selfish desires just that : 'IL' will our fellow citizens, particularly our non-Jewish friends, fail '" :i peel us and accord us that respect which is rightfully ours. A real rtlO is proud of hus own tradiEealoui for the welfare of his own people, is immediately a citizen automatically earns the respect Officer's Tea Representative men and women of Mls R M W '''" v ''' P romment Jew 'Miami chapter of Senior Hadasaraatar Mi an .t-. i. ; i Kh ''"""al worker of Miami sah entertained with an installation dealer Miami s Jewish community Beach wai were present last Wednesday night j when the newly elected officers ol the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery association were formally installed in office at a banquet held in Beth David Talmud Torah hall. The hall was beautifully decorated for the event with blue and white streamers, and cul Rowers were all about the tallies and the hall. The banquet began with the Introduction of the toastmaster, Mr. Lewis Brown. Stane; C. Myers delivered the Invocation following winch the officers weie installed in a briel ceremony by the toastmaster. Mr. w. L. Williams, the newly elected president, then presented a silver pitcher to Mr. and Mrs Manuel Kippa for then work for the organization and a silver tray to the outgoing president, Mr. I. L. Mintzer, for his record oi achievement while In office. In a briel address Mr. Mintzer delivered •Announcements* i i CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox 1 311 Washington Ave.. Miami llrarh lj evi i\ civic and welfare drive in this district. i statistical report <>i the activities a g er elude A. Renshaw, Mrs. Wal>t the organization since Its Incep! lace Barbour. Parent-Teachers' aslion and stressed the fact that the sociatlon; Mrs. William F. McDonlatlon now holds free and deal aid, parochial Parent-Teachers' astitle to over a third ol the entire itery plot and will shortly reeive title to more, and thai during his administration more than three thousand dollars was saved to the iation In ;> reduction of the purchase price ol thl Ml A" i. v n the new president, hen outlined his plans tor the comi ai and made a plea l< operation between all tin tions constituting the organ! ind the Jews ol the Greater Miami .,• lai i Among others who p :.. during the evening were Mrs, S. Schwartz, vice president o Sisterhood ol Chesed Shel I Mrs. Sadye (' %  Rose, secretary ol the association; Mrs. Morns i> Brown, Mi MOM. K Kin, Mrs Rose Simpson. Mrs. Bernard Simon. Mrs. Harry Silvi president Ol Beth Jacob Sisterhood: Mrs Jack Hi.sch. Mrs s. c. Myers, as unanimously named by tea Monday at the Strath Haven hotel. Miami Beach. Mrs. Leonard Epstein, who had charge of arrange1 menus, gave the address of welcome, and A. H. Fromenson spoke on. "The Present Jewish Situation the World Over." hater he read "The Treasure" and "The Wailing Wall." Mrs Herbert Feibelman. accompanied by Miss Elouise King, sang Hebrew Melody." "Autumn" by Rogers, and "Night Wind" by Ball. Officers and chairmen installed were Mrs. Max Dobrin. president; Mrs. Joe Williamson. Mrs. Barney Weinkle and Mrs. Julius Simpson. first, second and third vice presidents respectively; Mrs. Louis Heiman. recording secretary; Mrs. Milton Werner, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Alex Goldstein, financial secretary; Mrs. Harry Rubin, treasurer; Mrs. Manie Wesson, auditor. Trustees. Mrs. M. Krieger. Mrs. Isldor Cohen. Mrs. Max D. Kirsch, Mrs. Louis Zeientz. Mrs. H. Weinberg, Mrs. s. Lutsky and Mrs. Sam Simonhofl; Palestine supply chairman. Mrs. S. Katz; infant welfare. Mrs. Morris Dubler; national fund. and F Lowrev Wall. The M,s J Simpson; school lunches. 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning servin directs the relief adM-Walter Cohen; milk fund. Mrs. begin at 8:30 a.m. Mincha followed ministered to the needy of Miami A K;il/; educational. Mrs. Epstein: b y Marriv begin at 6:30. Daily sermembership. Mrs Barney Weinkle; vices begin at 8 a.m. the Miami Beam city council to the Welfare board of Miami Beach. Associated with her will be City ManThe usual services begin at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services begin at 8:30 and Mincha services, followed by Marriv at 6:30 p.m. Late services have been discontinued until the High Holidays. Daily sen Ice! begin at 8 a.m. TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 137 N. E. Nineteenth Street DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN, Rabbi Beginning with services on Friday night, services will be held in Kaplan hall during the summer months, and will be very brief. Services fi the benefit of those who take then religion seriously and wish to attend services. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Connervatire) 139 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi Friday evening services begin al Mrs W. Id has been a pioneer re* %  "> **• %  SimonhOff; Identol Miami Beach and hospitality, Mrs. n. Upton; proJunior Chapter Installs Officers MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) IMS S. W. Third Street One ol the prettiest and most Impressive affairs Of the current season was the formal installation banquet of the Junior Hadassah last Monday nlghl al the Cara Villa. The dining hall was beautifully decorated with potted palms, cut flowers and streamers carrying out the rainbow theme and each officer wore a different colored ribbon. Mrs. VeeMessrs, E. Gordon. J. Kopplowitz, ^ cromer. a former president of the 8. Schwartz. William Mechlowitz, M organisation, was toastmlstress and Dubler, Milton Weiner, s. C. Myers, Mrs Car vwinklc. the retiring presSol. S. Goldstrom. president of the ()| m wh(| delivered a farewell adMiami Beach Business Men's associdress and ^^ of the accomplishjtion; Louis Weinkle, Jacob Becker. menta of ,i 1P organization. Among Mrs Rose Weiss ol Miami Beach. J. gueg gpeakers who talked during Lc UiS BhOChet, ret nun: secretary and ]h( | V( nllll we re Flo Merlin of the ,, member of tlie new executive Junlor Counc n of Jewish Women. board. H. M. Drewich, chairman of Lena simon of the Senior Hadassah gram, Mrs Joseph Williamson: publicity. Mrs. Bernard Simon. [rams ol congratulation were read from Mrs Lutsky, who I (it lln city, and Mrs. Lewis Brown. pre Idenl ol Beth David sisterhood Friday evening services begin at. ri. hall wa beautifully decorated 6:30 pjn. Saturday morning servici with cut flowers and potted palms begin at 9 a.m. and the Mincha and and a beautiful lace cloth covered Marriv services at 6:30 p.m. Talmudthe tea table. The meeting was closTorah will resume on Monday at ed with the singing of "Hatikvo." the usual hour. Arrangements for Yahrzeit may be made by calling the sexton, Mr. William Clein, 20879. Beach Sisterhood Fetes Leaders Q u b Organizes Decorated with cut flowers and potted palms, the William Penn Hotel restaurant presented a scene of tropical splendor last Wednesday afternoon at the installation luncheon of Beth Jacob Sisterhood when Its recently elected officers were formally installed. Mrs. Rose Weiss, prominent social worker of this district, delivered the invocation and her daughter. Miss Malvma Weiss Ladies Society ^ arrangements committee, made M|> A David, assistant society edipresided as toastmlstress and In: ; ,, address in which he told u „ ; „„. MK1 „„ Daily News, and Mailed the officers During the af, : leso, theaMOClaUonm S;uly „ Q Hose, executive sec~ addresses ucre deUvered b 3 of the strtlggl Mrs. Barney Weinkle. retiring presiAt a meeting of the Hebrew Athletic club held last Wednesday night at its community centre plans for the formation of a ladies' auxiliary of the club were formally approved. A committee was appointed to begin the organization which will have for its purpose the raising of funds to aid the Hebrew Athletic club's community centre. In line with its announced plans the club will continue to extend its facilities to every Jew lsh organization in the district without any charge. Recently showers ans call for the handball and diamthe oast years and urged a closer CO, rv oI hr Jewish Welfare bureau. o^ra, n between the constituent lu delivered a splendid address f" 1 '/" ^JJ^Jg ,on %  oration a-oriation. and pre8ent the new president with -***• ; -J £—-£ ^^andp. Cantor Nathan Wroobel and Cantor ;l b e ; ,„uful gavel. Mrs. Jennie Rotot nei serro installation of handU... ...... — Kaminsky then led in the singing ol tort the new president, responded In stem, piesiaent i P • • ondball c oul ts in the near future, A %  a k.w.-hvvhich.heban[ „„ deUvered address outlining Moonya ">"• !" £"* m ee,mg of ladies will be held short~s*X2SZ£ WKS ==K5£S' •---=*^ manent organization will be effected. RABBI RETURNS HERE After an absence of five weeks Engler. Rippa. Mr's. Morris Ko.k.n. Mrs. 8. of appreciation for her work^during pre ,ident : Mrs. Sam Aiter an aosence u, u -. Schwartz. Mrs. isidor Fine. Mrs. J. „„. „.,,, y ear. A W^S>^ Blank, treasurer, and Mrs. Rubin, spent in the North. Rabb, S. M out of town guests attended. Follow Machtei returned to Miami Thu.s„ 1U the^ormal^tionceren^~£ i£?J£ Hafl m day morning to resume direction .: That respect is les conducted by "^^LSTL a group of songs, accompanied by the Radio Synagog. He will make an .tailing Officer, and the ^^^^ at the plan0 important announcement n,,t week •ing Members of the board of directors regarding the establishment of perJmor and committees will be announced manent quarters where regular serof his fellow men oi n ——,, mstalling onicer. ana tn "'" SalVaU n I u 1 "' Am ulns x ng ng of HatikVO as the Cosing an ,0D8 a r l r "" to S. a —s enjoyed the dancin, P e,t us for what wc are an ^ ^ VJUa or bigotry In this country. chestra



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Page Four THE JEWISH FLORI DIAN Friday, June 30, 1933. •:• •> •:•+ &f &f •:• •:• •:• •:• •> •:• •:• &f ••• ••• ••• •>+++++ Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTE1 1 Founder m..l Director, lt *• v* • &f &f &f &f *•* &f ••• MODERN KORAHS T HE sermon which i am about to read to you this morning was received by me .1 few days ago with the following note from Rabbi Machtel: 1 hope, please God, to be with you all by next Sunday. July 2, and to reel j u all from the studio. The enclosed sermon is based on the scripture reading which was read In the synagogues yesterday and which relates the story Ol the revolt ol Korah against the leadership 01 Moses and Aaron As told in the Torah. the earth swallowed up Korah and his host ol followers, Now for the sermon T HE sages who commented on scripture state thai Korah and his moup did not die.' They explain that, by claiming that, though the earth opened under them and. apparently, swallowed them, another opening, through a cave, permitted them to roll out and to remain alive, Are we to assume that the rabbis of old would venture to contradict the word ol holy writ? No, thai is no! logical But, what prompted them to make such a statement? Then explanation ol that verse was an effort to explain the 1 v.-tence ol Korah's and similar trouble-makers in subsequent generations, rhey sought to convey the thought that, though the original Korah may have died, the spirit ol insincere criticism and hypocrisy which he 1 xemplifled has cone down through the aces and rears its ugly head at times and in places with 1 stirring up strife in the ranks ol [sra< I Every community has its Korah and his followers. Every city lias its who can not bear to -•< God-inspired leaders labor for the salvation general public These Korahs impute impure and dishonorable 1110totheuna iders and they mans und themselves with iwers who. al oni time or another have, themselves, aspired failed beca ity was discovered by the masses rhere an rd of communities who have been misled by these self-aagrand sous soul arosi tined the community ol us llfe. iw them up for a time They may drop out .... But thej cop up he mob. O UR own communitj 1no exception We have our Korahs and they l, ;i .. \ • %  rt of an arthquake will from our mid must mad< • %  tremble under 1 time that the modern Korah notoriou pred 1 rhe original Kon lety He found fault wltl tgious and legal decisions ol MOS %  %  •vi Korah similarly cover thi ses with a cloak ol piety and parade about In Use of n rn ofl D URING mj visit 1 Ni a York I have been permitted to see behind the -, : mmunal lift hen It ha mterpart in the lifi %  : Jewish 1 lie condition in certain phases ol : sp lla disaster I 'do not m asti r \ encounter obsta les and are delayed %  The pure and the arded tx ause the gn omed to pi -..::.. :.. at the hand I PRAY to God for the I I to p rform. not K may. for a timi m their p task will not be an I ..: to him. The Korrife. They enget :-.'.: nee ol e they tolerati take 1 erthrow the dominion of v.. k< dn< -I FE: KOI : ive I beei ibjects: too lot K it their undermii I not been 1 iay be ion. But. I thanl !'..(.. been opened. 1 been d ed the Word ol God and : that K Cot .true%  I SHALL Wi mobilise our forces for a con % % % %  Yours re is no 1 -:de the realm I 1 Ood-consclous Ufe. K the belief that you atmpl to Imp) ws ".he actions of the Korahs %  J •::.:'. ._:cn I don't b. m. So do I. You dc %  11 I remove these revolting and repuiry of our own children :• is our luty to drive the K ion to the of the Korah clar. We G OD grant me the opportunity 10 contribute my effort to the success of the Korah-extemnns I rant to weave be.! : threads into the pattern 0: life I wan! to cover up the hideous and c: urir.. : %  "he loom IOUH from tbt plan May Benjamin and son are now at their beach home at Treasure Island, where they will be pleased to see their friends. Services will be held at Congregation Bnal Israel. 921 Ninth street, north, on Fridaj evening at 8 o'clock, conducted by Rabbi Alexander S Klemleld • • • Mrs Carroll, ol 338 Eighteenth avenue, N. E. is sponsoring a card partj for the benefit of the Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid society, on Wed:. iday evening. June 38 A large crowd is expected, The card party of last week sponby Mrs Hyman M Jao bs toi the benefit Of the Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid society, was well attended Mis.Sarah C.elman ol _'T7 Central avenue, left las! Sunday morning for Chicago, where she will visit the World's fair. Mr and Mrs Jay Witine: and I rampa spent last Sunday In St. Petersburg, visiting May Benjamin. • %  %  Mrs Jack Puchs returned from a visit to Tampa, where she was visiting her Sister and brother-in-law. Gordon • • • Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hi Bags, cushions, family— overload; Route numbers, arguments hot, wrong road; Moth-eaten bathing suit, goosoflesh. shower, 1 Permanent disarranged!; sun for an hour; Hunger pangs, paper plates, hodgepodge lunch. Sandwich spread, pickles. Cheese, cold meat, punch. Fried fish, potato chips, ice cream cone. Hot dog. jumbo nuts — appetite is gone; Interest gone, temper gone, great big head: Home trip, aperient unguentine. bed. Ephraim: "Parson. I've got 'ligior.. Ah tells you!'' Parson "That's tine. Brother Ephraim' You are going to lay a-side all sin?" Ephraim. "Yes suh! Yes Sllhl" Parson: "You're going to church ularly?" Ephraim: "Yes suh-ree! Yes suhree!" Parson: "Are you going to pay your debt.-' Ephraim: "Suh? Dat ain't 'ligion. Dat's business! Even watered stocks have been known to take a drop too much. • lot tun, \V7vr./'/ MI are ueaiing aluays, till tin mytth neb /> done. \\ 1,1. Jly, /'ni ueaun$ surely, r J, / %  for himself his jjl<; U tht pattern look :. 1 can only weaie and wait." HOTEL AM) RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT (;i:o. L. DIXON co. at Sen it 1 Built" V 1100 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 2-G751 Baroness Leopold Voice Studio R .TH W KM K tWOlNdNG NEW SIMMER KATES! < I v> LESS) iv", IShlMIil Al. LESSONS 1 Kurt $",.U" BKI. \M" Mr.iHfli EXCLUSIVELY MM.Mf'S IIRsr I Xt Ll'SI\ I PAIS 1 sloRl CLEANING UP SEASON NOW Our Paint's the Verv Best — Prices Correct PLAIT & TINGLE PAINT CO. 1 • w 1ST ST., PHONE 23I2 (lood Furniture May be Yours at a Price That 1 011 Can Pay! \\c only carry the be-.t — you must know that. Good furniture jives 20 to 40 >ears or more of servile and it is a real investment. Once punhax-d. it need not be replaced dhnnj; your lifetime, while inferior furniture must he dis<.irded within a few years. Right now at imr store your can purchase the finest of furniture at real low prices. HIRSCH-FAUTH, INC. BISCATNE BOl'LEVABO AT 1ITII TERRACE BEAUTIFY THE GRAVES! ( %  rave Mark* !" Made to Order ...Cliff Dresser IH7 N. W. 22nd Street 4 B0GGS I %  for Shoe Repairing %  The Very Finrttl of Sole Leather Immediate Attention in the CleaneM and lu-i Shop in Miami Priren Kiirht — Convenient Locution | I We Make Vnur ShoeLook Like New I SEYBOLD ARCADE j 10 N. K. Pint Street %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  BON TON Dry Cleaners We tall Lor und Deliver t'arpetH and KUK* Cleaned or !>>ed We Ho Cli-.ii IIIL Plant and Main Office: (37 N. W. .Hi Ate. I'M,,111 2-fi;i.~, FISHKRMAN Come out to 79th Street — get your bait and tackle at the Tarpon Tackle Shop %  '4 ii St. and Biscayne Blvd. + The Finest and Freshest Vegetables in Florida Live Poultry Even-thing Choice MRS. A. WALL 32 and 33 FARMERS CURB MARKET S. \V. 2nd Ave. and Bridge I'll nil, 3-1181 Delaney & Beers Kudak Kinishiiitf and Knlarinc (unmirrrial Wurk and Hume Portrait. 50% Oft* on All Amateur Work 212 N. E. Iili SI. Phone 2-5385 Royal Typewriters \rw jind Factory Kehuilt Portables. %tM io S6O.00 B. W. TIIACKER. Local Dealer 210 \. K. L'nd SI. Phone 2-0115 NIC33LEY Funeral I Iome Itll Wa>hiniiliin A>e.. Miami llearh PHONE 5-3355 For your health's sake, drink JACOB RUPPERTS Knickerbocker (LIGHT) Ruppiner DARK I It Sj/i'ii, •" FLORIDA SUGAR DISTRIBUTORS MI\MI Incorporated WEST PALM BEACH EAT SCHGOLNIK'S NEW YORK Bohemian Rye l'roduced byNew York Bread & Cake Co., Inc. lecfricily IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERVANT.. lUeib! S UNSHINE lliviiL



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_ SOCIETY THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN rage Five oe held general public more easily and to fn to the %  yijjjjiijawv.<=7^avaawB C:ri Gab ei .biic %  • %  ^ %  _..., runt meeting of Br.ai ... held at Beth David ,:; or. Tuesday evej which the public is pntcd Reported activities of the --will be discussed. • • • jjj ., rack Apte and famV. ami liter an abtn New York and friends .. them their sister. will make %  • • particular'/ :r. the lookout for %  They have ;:-.be: the well known %  Id are of La the pub-tock %  : % %  \ |l j :. • Ann the recent marf :: Miss |Terry B La winter of Mr nd MrJoe P. Miami r of this :•. ide a: a bridge iTivcLil '. F'nl.r M 4tk Phn IJIi! I NEW Pout I — :•< ALL DAY | shower tendered Sam Blank, a aster il the '•' %  LUam Penn ?-.-.-:-.ernoor. 7 • with cut Bo and yellow color Jack Miller MrSam r hostess a.-.d Mrs 3a:r.v. tent c: man; t those 3d.-:-.: k B : %  : % %  : H V jpper M Shaft. A. E. 1 man tro. B. B : -. : I S G Rose Lena S L >-. : • : L Brown HE .-: ': :•: : E S I H. L. I H Clem ? Kerne B Li u :. • %  '.' %  l lincer Mr Han: : :e:. : Victoria baby was named a: a cert %  .i Mmiaj, J.l. M Clark Gable Norma Shearer in ("Strange Interlude" ( n tier wood Fish & Poultry Market %  v w. I:TH AVE. F"'>h Dressed Poultry on Hand, or Dressed While You Walt MILK FEDFRVKRS YARD EGGS FRESH FISH EXACO %  Lubrication \pplir4 Vinti4cmllr u t .-ll fur in< ith'tr HARRY GRANT W. FU*lr it ":h A-Ph.n :•; %  • Be Sensible : ED IN COOKING %  | NOVn • LESS :• L'EL 6C HOME SERVICE] Laundrv %  OT H Tl RNF.K Prop. • i-S ~t Phont :-i>l SPECIAL 20 lbs. Routh Dry. $1.00 Hat Work Finished I 1 % % % % % % % % % %  I>r. V. K. Jindra IBTCU IAN and SIRGEON Amm K -i.,u/ %  >/ //'( Office* to \**i WEST FLAGLER STREET 'iffic. R M n: 1 U J ... — f t. | ,... PHONE -657 GAS RANGES %  %  i -PEOPLES GAS CO „;\i ISHJNGTON Avm l MIAMI BI \cn U •PROVED \PPUANCES •: : %  NOCVA SHE Sat. %  I %  Sew Tort : Birmu %  %  %  •' %  -%  : I imi B Poll -.-.Hebre* AthletK .—Last Wedoighi i oil %  • %  Murj mison I I Id '-':-. Murry Apte N %  In a I In i I B %  %  %  Ptani %  • dan P runf : I pJa PrtwW *-•• • for hi wtll be served C affair will be Mr^ HaTTJ MM Mrs. Sam W*iessei and Mrs M T Kopeeowttx ftilwlwliw '*'-• %  th Nwttni ( Miss 1 I Mrs Kthel Merlin of tome Baylor, of New York City was %  olemnlaed Sunday r.ome of the br.de s :.: Mrs E D Merlin Only • and a few close :. in attendance. Decora:: ired a white and : I %  r.d roses. Both Mend wedmar nee were played. le wore a semi I rrr.a: aSle crepe I %  is : %  it 1500 N '•' %  : •:. Mi %  v men. MJ Saylor Lamp C m| lected off! of VI r. A Z A :: Bnai Bnth July 4 tied A • • • ~.. Maul C::-par.;. -. :r. a rather mall ibop on N W Plrsi a: the Seybold will -per. a splendidly II re at 4N V.:anu aveii .Bat irday m^r::.::nUnue to merit the %  irfor excellent service and qualltj merchandise Mr I er pto tie will be enabled to ser 1 Radio Svnagog %  Radio Synagog under I oof Rabbi 5 M Machtel *'.:; be broadcast %  '."TOD 8 %  rrung at 10 o'clock when Rabbi Machtei. bed from the North. lellver a tei -:epenI reac*4i8;s. ard BORNSTEIN'S All Kindof Dettetowa Keaher sandwiches Ice Cold Beer and 'ifi Drink* 944 Ocean Drive MIAMI BEACH < >n Draught Hotel Roberts Tap Room Soy Bean Bread and other *(etabil brtd GOOD HEALTH BAKING COMPANY. INC. ::s; W. Plaatac ^t. Phon. :• %  ,• %  .: .' Try D0DDY PIES Ask ': C : Z'Z3 >. W. STH STREET + STAR j CLEAXERS A N I DYERS LOI IS r'"\ Mcr. ... LOSEY. the Florist MM N. W. ITTB AVENTE Phann I-ISSI 1-eNS ^ SPEND § YOUR Mod 23*3 N. IV TTH AVEM'E 1 > A M CtaM J 1' PM. S*trt... 11 P. M. VACATION THIS YEAR IN FLORIDA j jorijoui HEALTH! ^< ^/;y////,MMU\\\\ V NVVNN For Quality and Economy Reisman &. Tendrich's :iCOIXim AVEM E. MIAMI BEACH A complete line of Kosher Meat? and Fresh Killed Ported delicatessen, fane; groceries, fresh fruits and %  tables. Phone 5-3158 Free Delivery ki.krx Da** Dirtn tl Rf. M. B. H.r-.n


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^1 Pi K e Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, June 30, 1931 Pat darling: This morning when I jumped out ol bed tin' first thing I did was to take a pei'k into the mirror and I was botli surprised and amazed. I could hardly believe thai this girl with the lovely complexion was really 1 — not a blackhead, not a pimple. not a blemish did I see. Even those little lines on my forehead caused hr frowning I used to do had ;>< ared I am so happy that I don'l know how to express my gratitude to Hita 1 suppose that by this tune your.' ring what it's all about what Caused tin.-, remarkable changl I il even you will admit that I had a dreadful complexion. Last night after Rita and I came home iron: a show she informed me derful face pack -he would like to try on me It to her by an old French had had n handto her from her great grandmother It s got a regular his: :. I go into that. nl Isn ; expensive bu i' h Its iu. around two calw ol 151 St z: styeast. Then, squeeze out about a teaspoonful of lemon juice and mix it with the yeast. Into this mixture goes a tablespoon of sweet cream and a little honey and now you have your face pack all ready. Simple enough, isn't it? Put the mixture on with a wooden paddle or spoon and let it dry for two hours. Nice way to spend a quiet evening or a rainy afternoon. I spent the time writing letters and | I don't mind telling you that one went to Bill. After all. I don't want him to forget that I still exist because I'm quite sine he'll get over t lu^ DeVere Hurley affair — she's not his type. But. to go back to the pack. Alter the two hours are up. wash it of! with hot water and then cold water, always rubbing upwards. If your lace Is dry as mine is then rub a little skm food into it and finish it oil with a skm tonic. Use this pack once a week and your complexion worries will be at an end. providing you give your skm the proper everyday care which. Rita assures me. shouldn't be difficult once you determine the type of skill you have and follow the same routine every day. But. I'll have to tell you all about that in my next letter. Here comes Rita now so that means that I'll learn something new and I know it'll be something interesting. Do write me real soon. Yours for beauty. Joan. PLAYING AT THE 7TH AVE. THEATRE BERT WHEELER SOCIETY Mr. Charles Olein, accompanied by his daughter Mildred and son Edward left last Monday for Atlanta. Oa., where they will attend the wedding ol their niece and from there will make an extended tour of the State to Visit Mime relatives and friends, The midsummer dance sponsored by Belli David congregation and its Sisterhood will be held at the Tropical Jungle Gardens on Monday evening. July 10. when an elaborate program of entertainment will be presented. The proceeds will be used towards the fund to paint the syna: gogue and admission will be by a donation of paint. Mrs. Edward Friedman is chairman of the Sisterhood committee and Mr. Nat Zalka is chairman of the congregation's committee. • • • In these hot days and particularly on Thursday afternoon and Sundays, one wants to visit a cool spot to rest, enjoy himself, and obtain delicious refreshments whether it be only a drink or sandwich or an entire meal. No finer spot can be found according to those who have visited it. than Bornstein's at 944 Ocean Drive. Miami Beach, opposite the beautiful Lummus Park main entrance. A trial will soon convince one. • • Dr. V. K. Jindra has been a practicing physician of Miami for a number of years and recently moved his offices to 805 West Flagler str where he has established spacia quarters for the accommodation his patients. He ras recently be^ having much success with a nf treatment for hernia which enabll the patient to be treated and lieved without loss of time or palij ful operations. BELLOWS INSECT POWDER and SPRAY hillall houNchold iMMta iniUntly. Wflti phone or call for tret demonMtralioii THE BUG HOUSE 721 N. K. 2nd Av. I'honr S-SSS] Keys Made While You Wait R.L. (Bob) GARR Safe, Gun and Lock Expert All Work Gtumnteed 111 N. K. 13th SI. Phonr 2-071+ OLD HEIDELBERG BEER GARDEN Luncheon 50' 40* 50^ AM COMPLl 1 I Beer Equipment AKo Domestic Refrigerators (Jeo. Patterson, Inc. 140. Bi*ra>ne RNH. Fhinr 2- %  *"• 4 riOGA > UlNS Free Instruction* All New Shades of Boutlr. Crevenna and Glaconouer Wool Yarns The l.okl SE SHOP 1849 Biscayne Bl\d. %  % % % % % % % % % %  a IWEILBAGHERS I MARKET I PRIME MEATS %  ::: s. w. iith Bt ISM W. Flakier St. Phone 2-5712 a We Deliver %  Statistical Report Bter Miami Jewish Cemetery lation, Inc. as of June 15. 1933. pn sented by I, L. Mlntzer at the Installation banquet June 28. 1933: The cemetery plot owned by the association was purchased on May 14. 1927, by the then Brotherhood of I and the 31 ti 1 %  1' d She] Ernes ft ei raves The %  I : 1 pei lentl; %  nts but .. %  then was ply on • %  lit .: I Inj ., 1 I ::.• %  : between the B<::-. I lor Beth Jacob congri Miami Jewis!-. Orthodox congr. rid the thi:. B: thi rhood ol Chesed She! : hood of Chesed nization was formed and title to 7(10 lotwas m the new organization. 300 lined by the Sisterhood for :pun -e of burying of the poor. The assci ime into ex• in June of 1931 Since that day there have been paid out to the W llai %  Compan; Prin $5,132 50 Or. inten I -'=>9 68 For i ; 550 00 considera;ms received and expended for shrouds, watchmen, washing of bodies, c: those paid out for recording, auditors' fees. meetings, stationery, etc. There are Don Interred in the cemetery of the association 10 infants and 48 ad rhich adults U ere women and 36 mi :ments made were: 1927, one I two adults: 1928. c:. ::.09 two infants and three inand 10 ., two in1932. one ht adults; 1M adult The old association paid In on the cemetery the sum of S3.365 on principal and the sum of S3.502.60. To this should be added the cost of Improvements as landscaping, water installation, fence and gate, etc.. which were paid tor in greater part by the Sisterhood of Chesed She! Ernes, oi the sums paid In by the new association for the principal on the thi Sisterhood ol Chesed Shel Emes contributed considerable There Is now due and owin thi i metery to the Woodlawn company the sum ol 19 500, plus interest a: thi rate of 3 per cenl from April 3. 1933. of which the sum of $500 including principal and interest was %  June i. 1933. and is still unpaid. Continued \e\t Week Dress Up For July Fourth! Pre-shrunk Linen Suits S10.50 Pre-shrunk Shirts, all colors SI.25 Sport Trousers S4.95 and S5.95 Sport Coats S12.50 FRANK RAY DR. W. ALTON SCHUBERT CHIROPRACTOR SUITE 212. POSTAL BUILDING lOppoHlte New PMI Office) 1 uilflh Yctr in Miami mzizizm ARE WE keeping llai c you i isi/cu the '• EXCHANGE %  BUREAU %  Miami's Successful "Business Stimulator" %  Operating Entirely m Without Money %  I muted at %  2,i(i N. E. 3RD STREET faith with those who trust us. .i we living up to our obligations it we risk their future happiness In ignoring the problems tli.u would arise for them it. some day, wc did nol come home? I ife insurance offers the MK and certain answer. There ino substitute. A Southei ii I lealth & I iti Insurance Policy on each one inecessary to protect the others from the prii ation and expense %  by the last illness and death. A few pennies each week ithe tot il cost. SOUTHERN LIFE & I [EALTH INSURANCE COMPANY T. S. < %  OOK, Managi i R< %  !:. >rd Bid*. Phone 95 Perfect 1000 Items to Choose From Fir e LIBBY'SS52,CCC Sale of Groceries EVERY ITEM A BARGAIN -ROYAL ARMS—COLLEGE INN Goods From the wholesale grocery stock of Mill Bros., Inc., turned over to the Insurance Co. after recent fire to be SOLD REGARDLESS OF COST SUGAR, Pure Cane 10 lbs. 37c I MEAL 4 pounds 5c TOMATOES, Apte No. 2 can 5c SPINACH. All Qood f> /\ „ 15-ox. tall can. 3 for ^U POST BRAN FLAKES 8-ouncr pkj 5c PEACHES, Calif. V. C. All (iood. 8-oz. can 3c Cross,and Blackuell KIPPERED HERRING | g1-pound can X J PEAS. Absco E. J. 5c BICE, Fancy Blue Kosp Pound 2!c 3 for PINEAPPLE, Hillsdalc /% g Sliced No. 2 cans ^^^ DCBSCN Sk COMPANY S. W. Nth Avenue and S. \Y. 4th Street GERMAN SOCIETY BLDG. Plenty Parking Space