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The Jewish Floridian ( April 6, 1934 )

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f wJewish filariidliiai in I I.OUIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY Vol. 7—No. M MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 6. 1:{4 Jewish News Dade Company Price Five Centi Around The World lane Addani l illi.in D. Wald, Indorse Hadassah University Hospital New York— Miss Jane Addams. founder of H i : t %  nd Miss Lili i > it the Henn sn, :ommend tfee plan to build a medl:al center In .Jerusalem, in letters nade publkr by the national headluarters of Hadassah. the Women's Sionlst Orgam/.M.n!, ,,i Amenc-a The centeOHill be known as the iadassah-Uni\ cT.sity Hospital and vlll lncludaa model hospital, reearch Institute and post-graduate chool of medi' .: Hadassah, the Amenean .Jewish hysicians' Committee and the Herew Unlversit are sponsomn; Ik. roject. Hada.s..ah will admim.-.tei le hospital and the Hebrew I'M erslty Will direct the academic ork. A campaign to raise $200,000 >r the buildini lund is m progress nder the rtjainnansliip %  : Mr. dward Jacob: >: tin, ueen Mary Rebukes Nazis by Official Audience To Elizabeth Bergucr London—Nazi Germany and it.s Jlicy Of persei ; .: .1,-ws were ven a polite i> ctlve rebuke b\ '). % %  : ; > le asked that Elizabeth Benuier. died German-Jewish actress whose OSt recent plctuie. "Catherine the reat," has been barred m Gerany, be presented to her. Her Masty Invited the .Jewish film star the royal box for a chat alter Queen had publicly expressed pleasure at Gives Statement Dade County Security Company assets totaling $3,177,908.65 and liabilities totaling $7,000374.83 were reported In a statement received by shareholders yesterday. The statement, dated February 20. 1034, was Issued through Carl Meeks and Vaughn camp, liquidating agenl %  for M. A. Smith, liquidator undci %  !. M. Lee, state comptroller. Liquidator's earnings totaling $2f>t>.378.68 a.s compared with liquidator's expenses totaling 1235,43637, are shown. Included In the expenses are S17.371.35 attorneys' fees; S3.170.02 legal and court costs; $25,910.82 salaries; S55.083.99 taxes paid on real estate owned; Sl.777.25 commissions paid on sales of real estate, and $51,595.71 real estate maintenance. Among the earnings are $33.410.70 rent from the Security building. $48,078.96 rent from the Congress building. $02,020.85 rents from other real estate, and $108,282.39 interest and discount collected. A total of $41,507.14 was reported paid as city liens on real estate owned. Expense Of operating the Security building was $28,298.12 and of the Congress building $41,359.67. The Security building, in which the Closed building association other are located, Is valued among the assets at SS02.736.60, less $258,476.00 reserve for the depreciation. leaving S544.2fl0.00: and the other real estate owned is valued at $4.89934134, less S3.170.549.74 reserve to reduce to appraisals, or a total of $1,528,946.60. Liquidators certificates Issued to members total $6,661303.73. "tasury to Ignore I ntermvci's Demand for Immediate Action On Marking Rule Washington. i'he Treasury De•rtment hflf i ndicated that it will 't yield to the demand ol S.iinUr: ltermyer, pre: men' m t:. % %  No:; Ctarlan Anti-Na.i League, thai e departments new ruling maki it manda >. : %  %  ods to be plainly marked with a >el indicatii : gin become e. : % % %  : ., .. ad of in 90 'phen P. Oibbons. Assistant Nc--ary of tfBrreasury, Mr. Unterer threaten ce the depar a days the 90-day p> I-UKI nt grace tnted to foreign producers in lch to comp *t of the inarkmi: regulation^ Section 304 i.l the Tarill Act. Untermyei contended that the day period will enable German ducers to flood the country with eptively marked goods in anticilon of the o: i i i Treasury Department, as a ret Of Mr. U: ended its regulation which perted goods to be marked with the tie of a city or province rather n the country of origin. Voters Continue To Register Two hundred seventy-one persons registered for the June primaries in the courthouse office of Carl Hoimer, Jr., supervisor of legist ration Wednesday, bringing the total since March 5 to 12,654. Registration will continue on the seventh floor of the courthouse through April 30. Persons voting in the primaries also must show receipts for the 1932 and 1933 poll taxes, which may be paid on the second floor of the courthouse through May 19. Sisterhood Names New Officers At the meeting of Temple Israel Sisterhood held Monday at Kaplan Hall the following officers were chosen for the coming term. President Mrs. I. M. Weinstein; 1st vice president Mrs. Tobias Simon; 2nd vice president Mrs. Harry I. Magid; recording .secretary Mrs. Henry D Williams; corresponding secretary Mrs. I. Wolkosky; treasurer Mrs. Harry Nevins; financial secretary Mrs. Frank Coret; as directors for a three year term Mesdanies B. L. Reisner. Louis Zeientz and Jake Davis. For a two year term Mrs. M. L. Cowen. Political Aspirations With the end of March there ounes to us (line again in Florida and particularly in Dade County, the beginning of what promises to be an exceptionally hard fought campaign for political office. What will the attitude of the Jewish voter be? Shall he ignore his own people and vote for a candidate irrespective of that candidate's stand and behavior towards the Jewish people? Much is to b< said along this oft debated and never settled question. In New York there has recently been organized the Brooklyn Jewish Democracy Inc. stating its purpose as "Frankly Jewish and undisguisedly political." Such well known men of letters and prominent Jews as Dr. Samuel Samuel Margoshes. editor of The Day one of the largest dailies in the country is behind this movement body and soul. The American Hebrew and others oppose this organization and similar ones as being "unJewish and un-American." Whether we approve or disapprove this stand and the formation of similar organisations at this time locally, is beyond the scope and purpose of this article. The Jewish I'loridian deems it the duty of every Jewish resident who is qualified, to immediately register. It deems it the duty of every voter who is interested in the election of such candidates as will carry out the duties of their respective offices, to propound to every seeker for office "What is your record on the Hitler question'.'" "What is your stand on the Nazi movement and the attempted formation of Silver Shirts locally?" "Do you pledge yourself, if elected, to help destroy in every way possible every semblance of Anti-Semitism or other form of religious intolerance, prejudice and bigotry?" "Do you pledge yourself, if elected, to help remove from every public highway signs "For Gentiles Only." The Jew. as a conscientious citizen of this country has the right to demand a true and unequivocal answer to these questions. For. we believe, that every right minded man and woman, every clear thinking American will concede that any man who is prejudiced, bigoted, intolerant, who would care to affiliate himself with such movements as the Silver Shirts Is unfit to hold public office. Primarily, every citizen be he Jew or non-Jew would, and we believe, will, welcome the elimination of every bigot from the possibility of holding public office. As citizens it becomes our bounden duty to know and know thoroughly the qualification of every candidate This, we propose, to help ascertain. Y. M. H. A. Plans Social Series •Announcements! i The Young Men's Hebrew A. t> ation at Its lasl meeting heard reports of committees and acted on plans for the coming .summer season. This include, a membership dinner, details of which will be an nounccd in the next issue of the •Jewish Floridian; a dance to be held at one ot the Country clubs, and similar social events. Practice for the diamond ball team of the organization will be held this coming Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at Flamingo Park, according to an announcement by Nat Kupper. manager of the team. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) III Washington Ave.. Miami Burn DAVID I. BOSENBLOOM, Itabbi. Hospital Drive Is Continued Impetus was given this week to the drive being carried on locally by the Miami Chapter of Senior Hadassah for the raising of a one thousand dollar fund for the Hada.-.sah Hospital at the Hebrew University in Palestine, by a group ot teas last Tuesday afternoon held In a number of Hadassah member home-. Guests listened to the nation wide broadcast of Hadassah on which Mrs. Edward Jacobs a pa president of Hadassah spoke of Palestine and Immigration. The Miami Beach committee headed by Mrs. Joseph Williamson has be. a meeting with encouragin luccess In Miami the local committee will continue its efforts until the goal has been leached. Dr. Macht Gets Lecture Post Services lor the concluding days ; Pas sover wi n u hered in last night, Tin: morning irvices will begin at 8 a. m. when the Rabbi will preach in Yiddish on "A.s a nation sings." Cantor Boris Sehlachman will chant all the services. Saturday morning services will include the Yizkor or memorial prayers, preceding which the Rabbi will preach in English on "The Covenant with the Dead." Sunday school sessions will be resumed Sunday morning and daily Hebrew School Monday at 3:30. Registration for beginners will be held all ol next week. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) I54", S. W. Third Street JULIUS WASHER. Rabbi Passover services for the last two days of the holiday began last night. Thus morning services begin at 9 a. m. when the Rabbi will in Yiddish on "The Pour Groups." Saturday morning the Rabbi will preach in English on "The Pilgrimage" immediately preceding the special Yiskor or memorial services. All who deserve their •<1 remembered should be at the s not later than 10 school resumes Sunday morning at It) Talmud Torah re-tune Monday at 3:30 when new registration will be held and which will continue throughout next week. Dr. David I. Macht. of Baltimore, has been appointed lecturer in a newly-established course In General Physiology at the Yeshivah College. Amsterdam avenue and 187th street. Dr. Macht will discuss the Jewish dietary laws from the standpoint of modern hygiene, and will demonstrate the experiment he has been conducting. Dr. Macht is wen Known as a pharmacologist and biologist. He has received the A.B. and M.D. degrees from Johns Hopkins University; the LL.B. degree from Hamilton College of Law: Phar. D. from the University of Maryland, and the Doctorate In Hebrew Literature from Yeshivah College. Dr. Macht is a former coroner of the City o Baltimore, and has written a large number of scientific articles regarding Jewish laws and customs, from the biological and chemical viewpoints. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (ConservatiYel 139 N. W. Third \ nr MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi THE RADIO SYNAGOG Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder and director of the Radio Synagog. will preach over radio station WIOD at I ten o'clock on Sunday morning on "A New Religion or Religion Anew?" In addition to the sermon there will be prayers, scripture reading and a question box. Services for the concluding days of Passover were ushered in last night. This morning the Rabbi will speak In Yiddish on "Are we a Nation?" Saturday morning immediately preceding the Yizkor or memorial services the Rabbi will preach in English on "Are we Immortal?" The Junior Congregation will meet Saturday morning at 10:30 a. m. Sunday school and Talmud Torah classes will be resumed beginning Sunday morning. TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform I 1S7 N. E. Nineteenth Street DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN. Rabbi The last day of Passover was ushered in with services last night when Rabbi Kaplan spoke on "Judaism gave the thought: Christianity did the work: Now what?" Services this morning at 11 a. m. and special memorial services will be held. Tonight at 8:15 the Rabbi will discuss the subject, "If there Is no God, force will conquer; If there Is a God, Ideals will conquer." t a .1 lria of nd



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Page 2 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday. April 6, SOCIETY THE T1VOL1 THEATRE at any Pri the P how.: •.am power %  to carrj i thi %  • Everythl .:.: j thai % % % % %  ::. I Hi I %  Including r Tobin Prank Morgan C • %  n :.: Ed H rton On U re%  .<• %  Old D ." .. feat ir:.:. %  and novel ei eni • • • .:: Hyman S Ja b lantt forei rtters. twen Mr I %  %  %  \: :. lining at 1 ... be tend. • • • : the Mlai H Club m Cong] B I • %  .:. it 2:30 ... nd b. .-•. %  a • • ...::. e 7th A RKO-F Pi icuoi imbod:... -a: :. I Phil Harri Oi ;; :: Cruise" 1 %  .'. .. : I.. t trans%  '• %  a in i : :\ I ....'.'. : .. d '•'•' ill Ja ;. .. I I '.v. .: pen to hi %  ... :.: '.... %  •. of hi .... ... • Ml • %  .. %  • thai ndn eni thai :.rtlon SoturPei .. b .:. k Itlni:. the Dlstrlcl 5.00 It's a Dobbs' Cross Country You'll be surprised at the li (Fitness of the felt ... it weighs iust two ounces and is like i feather on your head. Six tropical All %  ; Ml te next irged Al ". .' -. "• ::. selected for 111 I I f the .. %  ni XI '.: %  :.the Syna%  .:'.. : %  .. : %  %  liaml N'ati II %  %  ':. Ma II • a %  H nth birthday ni XI : the cc .same time, it was : tl • Mi pointed as the abwax. and Rose < named Souther.-, regional coi : '-' A re • uchtBeady Golden. The Miami hapter will t: %  .:.. Dutch supper and bridge tag to follow. .: May day %  May 6. with • %  mer Miss Ida Safer as cov..:: rganizations Idates for Maj neon will take .. per Ci %  • chairman -...-. rr will be istmas* r Reserve %  br %  • ip party of Coui %  • %  Wo of a p at 8 30 p m. Tuesday, April 10. at Beth David TaJ mud Torah. The hall will be deco-. ated as a corral, and members rj be costumed as cowgirls and co.l boys. Chaps and kerchief. W JU I presented those attending as favorj In the receiving line May Rosen thai. Miss Faye SheldoJ Miss Miriam Scheinberg. ^1 Le Wernikoff, Miss Gertnal Rappaport. Miss Mae Levine, Mj,| Elaine Stone, Miss Margie Predb ger, Miss Ruth Sontag and tfi. Lee Kasanof. Miss Mary Reichm*'] is chairman of membership. • • • The Ladies Auxiliary" of the Jsi.'l Ish Welfare Bureau is sponsoring, card party at the home of &-. Morris Rubin 1923 S. W. 13th %  Wednesday night April 11th. tag Mrs. Rubin in entertaining ; Mr.s. F. M. Tobias. Mrs. A. I, grid, Mrs. E. E. Rines. and Morris Dubler. Refreshments be served and prizes will be an ed for high scores. The public i urged to attend as the funds willi towards the relief of the wards of the Jewish Welfare reau. P.RJZIZ! The Biseayne Kennel Club i Extends Heartiest Wishes for PASSOVER irajirarararHraragrarargjzizja^^ colors. Main Store, Street Floor Burdines MIAMI d MIAMI BEACH MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK OP MIAMI BEA( II. FLORIDA Condensed Statement of Condition \s of the Close c>t Business March 5th, 1934 ( OMPTROLLER'S CALL RESOL'RCES n Eai j] Q28 518 58 U. S. Government Securiti. 133.632.08 11,182.060.08 U. S. Bonds to secure National C 50.000.00 Redemption Fund *>500 00 County and Municipal Bon 16639105 Railroad. Utilities and Industrial B'.: 79 336.58 rve Bank Stock 450OOO ans and Discounts 3 18*21180 Furniture and Fixtures ... 5.503.4b Other Assets m TOTAL ASSETS Capital Stock Surplus Undivided Profits and Rl National Curri I.IAKII.I'lll SI. 804.605 35 $100 000.00 50.000.00 46.158.30 $ 196.158.30 50.000.00 Depo TOTAL LIABILITIES Member Federal Reserre System Member Federal Deposit Insurance All Deposits lp To and I,„ludin K %2M0M Are Guaranteed PHILIP I.IBF.KMAN. President. 1.558.447.05 $1,804,605.35



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Friday, April 6, 1934 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY I. LOUIS SHOCBET, Kditor PRKD K. 8HOCHET. Circulation M:,,.:,,:.-, THt Jew In liis present trial. Let him remember that deliverance of Ins people from Egypt was In the form 01 a commitment ol them by Divine determination to a life of service. They had suffered and .so JEWIBII mMmftN ^PUBLISHING co. should be taught by this experience suasion is tae'ffecUve.' economic Miami, Florida Phone 2-1183 '' deporl themselves In that serpressure will be employed to com" EDITORIAL OFFICES: V lCe "' l """ :, "" v which Is the finbat his effort to exterminate the Generally, those who believe ui B. w. I -.HI Avenue Phone 2 -H81 esl flowering .,i the sympathy ol Jew.-, of the Reich That the famous that tne world is growing better suffering. The entire Sinalc revela5 and 10 cenl organization should ; "''' those who a "' bllM trying to (ion Is golden with the glory of a have .joined the boycott movemei make "" v better. of the mast graitfying news .eports in many months. it means that one of the nations largest distributors of German novelties lias been added to the list of those who Intend to show Hitler that II moral CH A! CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Field Representative -. -.1 ., matter • hi r• i nil.-.HI Miami, %  \.-i of March -•',. 1879 July 4. Florida, is partii ularly encouraging, In vii ol the record o! the Woolwortn WEST PALM BEACH SAMUEL SCHUTZER Representative ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN. Representative ORLANDO SYLVIA BERMAN Representative TAMPA, FLA.: MRS, M. II EUSLER Ri presentative -I BSCKIITION Si* Monthi* Onr Year 1.00 !.0B Vol. 7—No. 14 FRIDAY, APRIL G. 1934 humanitarian! n i ah upon their exodu from Egypt thi J were cho en and commissioned by ni\ midetei mination, The program ot H one ni subjugation for elfish satii i M tlon No wonder thai II fires the Ji th an eh menl antagonism, They are tic ''s chain-store system. J Passover Message %  all alwaj i be o ich a pro gram In th) they must have the sympathy ol every repre entative oi civilization. Lei Hitlei attemp his worsl in the name ol his program oi personal exploitage, The Jew will counter this with a proil pious determination ol pei sonal service, Hitlerite diabolism idealism are anta tic opposite i believe with Matthew Arnold (ha I the Power not ourselves which makes tor righteousness will ultimately vindicate the idealism ol the Jew. The bettei element of the Christian and the Gentile world are coming in Increasing numbers to our side, While upon the banner of the crooked cross if inscribed Aryanism, lei the Jew inscribe upon his banner Humanitarianism as the ultlhope and happiness ol humankind Such to mj mind is (hi nd monition ol this year's : •! ii be in every Jew the mosl miition II was the a i [urnished us with the pu i Most of the kicking Is being dour Companj in Germany. On numer1,v people who want low prices on oui occa ions, rumors have been everything they buy, and high dated thai the Woolworth orPrices on everythin ell, anizatlon was supplying substi n iia! funds to the Nazis, for the purI5:| :30 a m. Saturdnv morning. Rabbi A. S. Kleinield will preach "Counting the Omer, or The Value ol Time", at Bnai Israel Friday morning al 9 o'clock. Friday nlghl at a o'clock thi mon will In i' eel and Apostasy." mornln (| "dock and Ylskor" Memorial al IC Sermon il and ii Destiny." Service al Beth Israel will be held tonight with lir Carl N. Herman officiating. One ol the I iremost orators in %  :: -' %  < %  < % %  pulpit, was discussing the attitude ol anti-Semites who again and again had exulted over the downfall and. they believed, the extermination of Israel. Once, he said by way of Illustration, a physician aid to a patient: "You have only two months more to live." The patient took advantage of his opportunity, enjoyed life to the limit, and after six months, returned to the physician, and remarked: "1 am in tip-top condition, and feel as if I can live indefinitely." The doctor answered: "It is patients like yourself who make the medical profession so difficult You should have died, and theoretically, you are dead." Theoretically Israel died long ago. il the anti-Semites could have had I heir way, but it seems that we shall outlive all anti-Semites. 1 iic M.inh ( Il de, one i i he nil ist il irs, saw a Brith Lod %  i! organize lions. A cheeky person asked a minis(i r, "Can you tell me the shortway to heaven?" The minister, whi quick al repartee, replied "Certainly, turn to the right and and keep traight.." ed the Department for II i by appointing him Minister to Uruguay afti C nsul General In Berth stale Departmenl hi med Itsell by am mlth\ elevation to the Mlnlstrj al Vienna replacin Oeoi |e n. Earie ol Pennsylvania, who resigned his post, Mr Earie, who has become a candidate for Governor In Pennsylvania, acquitted himsell admirably m Austria, wi.rn other diplomats weir silent in the face ol anti-Semitism, he spoke out In a forthright manner thai impressed not only Austria bm neighboring countries as well. it will need a competent, Intelligent and liberal representative ol the Hih. th< i' mi il i ponsorin ilnmeni and ard party with nenl and prizi same will be held in the auditorium oi the I itlon, al 921 9th SI North. M ind Mr i Simon are rein (he birtl of a baby girl at Kaplans Maternil Homi day morning. Mr and Mr. David Loebel ol s.'.w 21sl A',' 1 No announce the mem of their daughtei Bi iv io Mr ini i-'rve. .son ol Mr and Mr.-. Abraham Prye oi Brockton Mass The LoebelS have receni'.'. i here from New York Citj mother I Mi T. Simon ty and her sell a former resldi ni of West I' Bi arrived from Newark, N. J. to spend sometime with her daughter. West Palm Beach Notes Palm Beach Lodge Bnai Brith will hold the installation ol the officers recently elected Sunday April Hth at the Dixie Gardens, An elaborate and Interesting program has been prepared for the evening. At the annual meeting of the iFnlti d Jew i. Wi fare Bureau held Wedne ida; were Ghost i by-laws were amended and othei important business was transacted Mi Important meeting of Beth El Sisterhood was held here at the home of Mrs, n Qreenblatt. Important matters for the welfare ol the organization were acted on. A I hour followed American government to equal II Earlt "ii the basis ol h's record m Berlin. II Is very likely thai the new Minister will prove a worthy successor and „,.„ h e will Interpret his duties as lasl Friday nigh) al the Mayl tar more Important -ban those ol Hotel Dr. Carl N, Herman officiata mere commercial attache. Me sered. smith would have been merely another Minister in Uruguay. In AusEntertaining al Sader tost week Mr and Mrs. H. Gold who About one hundred and fifty residents and tourists attended the Sader celebration ol Beth i rael a ,„. becomes an Important facwere tor ,„ an extremely delicate situaHad Rabbi Bernard M Kaplan offltJon :,,„. ^i wishes oi American dating. Guests attending were Rab, to Vienna. The bl and Mrs. Kaplan, thr.r son and lewi go with him Jewish To daughtt r In law, Mr. and Dobrow. Mr, and % Schoen, Mr. and Mrs. Al and Lou and Jerry cold. Mrs. A Arthur i I Gesture Mr. and llatI as their Sader guests Mr and Mr. The announcement that "extreme joe Lesser of this city. ,,:, resistance" ha caused the F w. Woolworth Company to discon Rabbi and Mrs. Bernard M, Kaptmue pun I.I i m Germany is one i ;m and family who p winTo Mark "Hebrew Week" Thronghoal Country April 82-28 Hebrew week .1 national institution for the promotion of Hebrew culture and language m the United Stales, will be celebrated during the week ot April 22, according to a .iomt announcement by the Histadruth Ivrith and the Hebrew Teachers' Union. In the course of the "week" an intensive propaganda Will be conducted for the dissemination of the Hebrew culture in the United State and Car. nil Funds will be raised tor (lie strengthening and i slon of I mi. Hebrew Institutions in this country. Al the lasl Join) session of the sponsoring organizations ii was decided lo allocate 50 per cent of the income of the collections during the •week" for the publication of a Hebrew magazine for the youth. Wl1 when, a laddie small. You woke at nlghl with might] squall. Brought you your bottle, you recall? Twas Patl Who was it. when your molhei sli Sent you to bed without a bite. Sneaked up a piece of pie at night? Twas lather. When burdened with a world ol blame. You came from school in crimson shame. Who whispered. -Son, let's play the game"? Twas Father. On Sunday morn who slipped away With you to thru the woodland.stray, Who taught you jolly games to play' Twas Father. Who led you clown beside the brook. And turned the leaves in Nature book. Who showed you how to bait a hook? Twas Father. Who. when you stubbed a vagrant toe. Or took a path you shouldn't go. Imparted secrets you should know Twas Father. When troubles all about you brew When friends et :: in apart and few. Who sheds his COal and see.you thru? It's Father. I.'lanoi: Who is it writes such lines as tin Presents such platitudes with ease— Who is this human hunk of cheese'' H's Father. ii 11ia of nd



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Page hour THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, April 6, 1934 to the right.and prlvU bo when the •;.. I ... ; %  but nd %  .: K.;.p:." + + + SUNDAY M IJUCJ by RABBI b. M. MACHTtI VOOD, MIAMI, i : I 1 •; %  ; Vol. I\. -I NDAY, iPRIl 1. 19 1 >•<>• I' 5 .-. : .. : .. : ..... : .-..;. : ..;.... %  :• -;. .; %  ...-: %  -:-* •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:••:• *•:•:• %  :• %  :••:•-:•:••:••:••>•:••:••:-•:-:• "Passover, The Season of Freedom" Scrip) Deul %  ipter \l\ verses 1: l"i boomerang. £ I .. : %  : .. b; .... itations. 1 I ioi ... e of the pri :• ... %  Pa.... :.-. .. : .... The : : %  : er ted or pen rhere be thi %  ...:. %  : il .. :. B 11 \ DUld you dare to do %  the :.e law and b;..:.. bed '... %  the proper thai would otl contrary to the violation of a moral Ilk Is :.. ipon ; privili %  ed :t .becomes an abuse of freedom and libert; And. in this same 1:. %  %  tool of thi religl TOW denomin;-.' -. He < % %  < 1 % %  rt take license unto himself. Oil. :.• 11' ayj 1 ..-:: %  .. ing a spec! Ion 1 proper authority, irom God. H to pel :.d 10 oppress ali othei Far be It irom the narrow to go contrary .uld not hurt the smallest insetIt is ecial order and Dlvii mandate it is troy all th hold religious beliefs, varyll articular creed. Religioi; dom. to thi In <::cate all nonconformi. 1 -HI licensi his authority, Is his distorted view of God This 1 his authorization from the properly constituted authority,—his hunting license. And. it is Passover, the Season of Our Freedom, teaches us to exercise freedom with propriety. It teaches us that liberty does not imply license. Passover teaches us that freedom is a Ibility and that it mast be practiced .. 0 f othei Parti tou anger, one not of our faith, are 111, ..-that m ISishop Flake Condemns Treatment of Jewish IVop| f not TOR..MS BUSINESS GROWING STEADIL1 .... : I ncies 1 %  :.. 1 : th % %  •ion of thi ta ""' Tor.-.; tion. People who a thi I Butter—25 ko] 1 %  be obtained at equally low in an partment I .: ': Syracuse.—"The Jews did crucify Christ," asserted of the Cent: York 1 In a .sermon hi All Saints church. an bin BILTMORE LAUNDRY SERVICE at a p'id 1 that fits yout pot PHONE 3-3687 21 N. W. 9TH ST SPRING GIFTS %  for your RELATIVES Send a Torgsin Order to your relatives ond friends in Soviet Russia and enoble them to buy in the Torgsin Stores articles needed at the turn of the weather Prices compare favorably ivith those in the United States For Torgsin Orders apply to your local bank or authorized agent Uniui BtMtwaTArivt -u.i. at AMI0R6. 261 Fifth Av NY. See the Primitive Everglades at OPEN DAILY %  IT n 4 1 n 1 %  *-} OPEN DAILY ind si NDAY iVI \J & /\ 1 jLL and >l NDA1 SEMINOLE INDIAN VILLAGE Leader. hip CHIEF WILLIAM HeKINLE' 08CBOI v M W. Te n 1 % -1 • i f t h \ Street • • • I I \'.l 111 ST. l .' %  HI \\ I him North 1 test Collection of Captive initiators and Crocodiles 'OMIT.Mi: FLORIDA SWAMP ZOO IND Ml'SEl'M • %  •' % % %  • BUI. a Real Seminoli : lit u„Alllcatot Indian Trading Post-Handiwork for Sale ro CEl 1 III Hi:Tak< tny For-HIre Tar ur Drlvt ..., 1 :.,,!,, anil North on S"th Vunuc > ^^rdjrrgrdpjgjzjcifarafjj^^^ In All Section! of Miami PRICED REASONABLY Dade County Security Co. 117 \. 1:. lirii Aventu Kor Fresh Sen Foods + TRY THE ROSEDALF DELICATESSEN AND Kl-I M i: \NT Real Horn* ( aokl il li \\ i-h I mid Daily 170 N W ( HOD E DELK ATESSEN No connection with any other store." -I (1> AT CAPT. TOM'S FISH MART SIDEBOTTOM Ice (Dream Co. 2121 \. v.. 7th Ave. I ii.n W. Flaglat St. 733 N. U .inti si. PHONE :-•>!:• OUR PRICES ARE THE !<)\\ 1ST V U.:r i..i, arc the freshet — Can, I ; If it u Sea Food) low sen ;. 1Sea Food, we have it at Its verj beat, and at ittraetlvri. prices, our method of handlln, and selUna Sea 1 %  „,. \\ \ J van,,Mth all the -an,,.,,. r „i,.,„,, renlatlon, b ''•• %  : %  : P^rHJarararerarBrgj^^rargrararar^ a Delaney & Beers Kuiiait Pinlahlng and Bafcaralni Coaaaierelal Work and Hme PartralM 50 o Off on All Amateur Wort •11 I*. B. 4lh Si. I'honr : Munus Bimrsl RED CROSS*! DRUG DEPARTMENTS Soy Bean Bread and other wx.tblc brtad. GOOD HEALTH BAKING COMPANY, INC. 2163 W. Flagler St. Phone I-MH Hl WashiiiKton Avr-nue. M. B. The "Good Health" Kind % GREATER VALVES ^y?^ !" ?^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^i" Funeral Home 1 SVrn Humanity Beftt 1 Operated by FRANK O. MtCiHAVS WIDOW tl V W. Jrd Ave. I'hones 3-2111 &f SEND VOIK LAUNDRY TO THE HOME SERVICB Laundrv ,.,. lf v TrRNER.'Prep. .,'--; S W. th St. Phone !• %  .•' WB CALL FOR AMI DII.1V1H



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ft pll not %  '>', %  let April 6, 1934 THE_ JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page 5 SOCIETY Ian or i *r Baxter and Myrna Loy (catured players in Arthur Roche's "Penthouse," which Sunday and Monday at the [heatre. Cosmopolitan production, at the Metro-Goldwynitudios. and based upon the torn tiie pen of Arthur Sombhe published serially in !iii!;in Magazine. %  scion of an aristocratic New smiily. and a society lawyer OSes to defend notorious i Warner Baxter is said one of the finest performbf his long motion picture Maxted, a beautiful liib girl. Myrna Loy is retc have far surpassed any of umphs in previous picture Jons. • Id Mis. A. H. Predinger and kr have as their house guest iral days. Mr. Julius Schachpew York, violinist with the BEER GARDEN | DINNER 60c up Jhite Oak Leather %  K Soles 50c| ps HEELS 15c' ANTICSHOE SHOP | [Thisl A7~ Opp. Cortu Hold Is FINERAL SERVICE ^"-denominational instituKrvinf all classes and The family is assured conformation to the f each church or lodfe. men is spending the holiday with lier parents Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Clein of this city. • • Mr. Mandel Levy is the house guest of his sister and brother in j law Mr. and Mrs. Julius Simpson of this city and will remain here for several weeks. • • Next Sunday evening April 8th Beth David Sisterhood will entertain its members and friends at a dance in the Talmud Torah Hall i with Mrs. Edward Friedman cliair: man of the arrangements commit! tee. A gala program of entertainment is being arranged. The public is invited to attend. • • • On Sunday evening April 22nd Beth David Sisterhood will hold a supper at its Talmud Torah Hall with Mrs. J. Engler in charge of arrangements. A program of entertainment will be given with cards following. The public is invited to attend. • • • Wednesday evening April 11th Loyalty Club of Emunah Chapter will sponsor the fifth of a series of bridge parties at the home of Mrs. Lillian Beckwitl 221 S. W. 11th st. to which the public is Invited. Prizes will be awarded for high Mini's and refreshments will be served. • • • An important meeting of Beth Jacob Congregation will be held at the Synagogue tomorrow night beginning at 8 p. 111. All are urged to attend as important matters will be determined. • • • The regular bi-weekly card party of the Ladies Auxiliary ol the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation was held last Tuesday night at Lome of Mrs. Wm. Clein when quite a large number of guests attended. Prizes were awarded for high scores and refreshments were served. Acting as hostesses were Mesdames Wm. Clein, M. Rosenbloom and T. Rosengarten. • • • An important meeting of the local Enai Brith Lodge will be held at Beth David Talmud Torah Hall Thursday evening April 19th beginning at 8 p. m. There will be guest speakers and plans for the renewal of activities for the organizations will be acted on. All members and friends of Bnai Brith are urged to attend. • • • SAGE. I fell into conversation recently with a trustee of a New York congregation whose pulpit has the service of three ministers although one alone could easily do the work. I asked him: What is the use of having so many ministers at a superfluous expense when one could easily attend to what needs to be done? Here is his illuminating reply: One of our ministers digs up dead sermons. The other buries dead members. The third is kept busy dodging the other two. That trustee was more sage than cynical. • • • •DOCTORS." If a physician called himself or allowed himself to be called a Rabbi he would be viewed as a fakir or a fool. And yet a great many Rabbis call themselves or consent to be called "Doctor" when they are neither Doctor of Divinity nor Doctor of Philosophy. They are, however, D. D.'s or Doctors of Dishonesty or Doctors of Phakery. If the public generally had the requisite amount of real piety they would not stand for such presumption. I am inclined to think that much of the spiritual weakness or anemia in our religious life is due to the extensive prevalence of such "Doctors." How can a minister do his work properly if he consents to conscious misrepresentation? Deceit is a poor servitor of the Deity. WESTERN IIEADQIAKTEkS OF SILVER SHIRTS ARE CLOSED tiles of Los Angeles, for example, import and sell German-made merchandise, we cannot object seriously, because business men are in business for profits, and it cannot be expected that a Gentile will feel the plight of the Jews of Germany as we Jews are supposed to But when Jews, our own so-called flesh and blood, read themselves out of the columns of decency by trading with the enemy, then definite plans should be made to boycott our own enemies from within. — 1 Enai Brith Messenger, Los Angeles. March 23, 19341 Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Machtei who spent the Passover week at Miami Beach will return to their home tomorrow night. • • • As a result of a letter written by H. U. Feibelman, Miami attorney, to Gov. Sholtz protesting against the attempt to force children to buy a publication printed by local interests in behalf of a state-wide teacher association, Mr. Henry Filer president of the Dade County School Board issued instructions that all such sales to children must immediately cease. Oklahoma City.—The offices of the Silver Shirts. anti-Semitic and anti-Catholic organization have been closed, it was learned today. It is understood that the organiza! tion is keeping one official here at i a city hotel, to handle correspondence, Offices of the Silver Shirts were opened in Oklahoma City several months ago, when it was announced by Major Luther I. Powell, right hand man of William Ducucy Pelley. the leader of the organization, that the western headquarters of the organization would be located in this ] city. Powell, it is learned, has since I left the organization, turning his attention to a new organization known as the Anti-Communist League of the World. A decided setback to the efforts Of the Silver Shirts was Riven recently by Governor Murray who severely condemned the organization. Governor Murray informed the National Conference of Jews and Christians that he did not believe the movement would make any progress in the State. JEW VS. JEW Emma Goldman delivered an unusual talk in Baltimore on March 5 She spoke on the decline of German culture "German Jews hate Jews of other nations." Miss 1 Goldman said Even exiled, the ] German Jew looks down on other jews. As long as Jews are opposed to each other, how can the remainder of the world respect them?" Miss Goldman urged the Jews to continue the boycott, but ahove | all. the boycott of anti-Semitic .lews This latter thought of Miss Goldman's is certainly worthy of serious annotation When GenPALMER'S 8TH ANN LAI STORE-WIDE SALE NOW ON! Walk-Over's For Men and Women Natural Bridge Shoes For Women Red Goose & Mickey Mouse CHILDREN'S SHOES ALL ON SALE! IIPALMER'S 30 N. E. First Street 139 Seybold Arcade PMUiI^IiIiIZIZfiJZniZriIiJiJZSiIiIiIiS2JV2ISJiIV2IiJZIZIZIZIiIZIi PA SSOI ER GREETINGS|g| AMERIGAN EXPRESS GO. WORLD-WIDE TRAVEL SERVICE TRAVELERS' CIIEQIES— MONEY ORDERS JOHN FALKENBERG. Mgr. 330 E. Flagler Street '-SiI2I2IZSiIViriIiniVZIiIZI2]^IZIiIZfZIiIiIBSiSZIZIZniZIZIZIiK^tD\ Fight Hitlerism BY HELPING ITS ENEMIES Hitler knows that those who oppose him or even dare to criticise him are his enemies. He does not discriminate between Jews and Christians, intellectuals and trade unionists, pacifists and liberals. Socialists and Communists. if they express their opposition to Hitlerism they are to be repressed or exterminated. The International Relief Association, recognizing the fact that all anti-fascists have one common enemy—Hitlerism. strives to help the victims of the Nazis without regard <• race, religious beliefs, or political opinions. It operates along the strictest non-sectarian, non-partisan lines. Not only does the International Relief Association, through its commit tees in France. Sweden. Norway. Switzerland, and Czechoslovakia, help German refugees and cooperate with agencies :"lined for relief of special professional and racial German groups, but it distributes relief as widely as possible, through underground channels, within Germany. The families of those imprisoned or exiled are given the strength to endure and the courage to fight Hitlerism by the material and moral support of friends in foreign lands Through its American Committee, the International Relief Association, which was founded several years ago by Albert Einstein. Heinrich Mann. Ernst Toller. Karl von Ossietzky. and others to help victims of racial and civil oppression everywhere, appeals to the readers of the JEWISH FLORIDIAN to help the German martyrs to freedom. THE NEED IS GREAT. YOl R RESPONSE SHOULD BE IMMEDIATE. Make all contributions payable to Freda Kirchwry, Treasurer, Room 401, 20 Vesey Street. New York. American Committee INTERNATIONAL RELIEF ASS'N. OSWALD GARRISON VILLARD. Chairman FREDA KIRCHWEY. Treasurer STERLING D. SPERO, Secretary Willard E. Atkins Roger Baldwin Charles A. Beard Howard Becker Franz Boas Edgar S. Brightman Paul F. Brissenden V. F. Calverton Adelaide T. Case Edmund B. Chaffee Stuart Chase Morris R. Cohen George S. Counts Jerome Davis Edward T. Devine John Dewey Emmett E. Dorsey Corwin D. Edwards Lewis S. Gannett Harry Gideonse Mary B. Gilson Louis M. Hacker Powers Hapgood Abram L. Harris Homell Hart James G. Heller Francis A. Henson Melville J. Herskovits Curtis Reese John Haynes Holmes Ira De A. Reid B. J. Hovde Elmer Rice William Lloyd Imes Diego Rivera William H. Kilpatrick Harold Rugg Charles C. Noble William F. Ogburn H. A. Overstreet John Dos Passos William Pickens Amos R. E. Pinchot A. Clayton Powell, Jr. Thorsten Sellin J. B. Matthews Broadus Mitchell Wesley C. Mitchell Paul Muni Jesse H. Newlon Reinhold Niebuhr David K. Niles Donald W. McConnell Arthur W. Macmahon Abba Hillel Silver Upton Sinclair Tucker P. Smith Benjamin Stolberg Goodwin Watson Bertram D. Wolfe Theresa Wolf son iV 1ria of nd



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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FridayA pril 6 Ij3( THE AGOADA Ye: f— DC I I I On • %  PLATING Kl THE TTH AVENTE IHEATU t —T~1 lampa, rla. Notes %  and I ..I 1 Mr. K 20. till 6:30-Eveninr fe TIVOLI Mw*l II nd 0 P. M. f,|, I II \\. A:. ... %  .-. :-: •FOB CONV1 VTION MatinM-s Daily Minday and Monday. April ,., MVKNA LOI WARNER BAXII |; '"Penthouse" • :'i : Patronise \ MIAMI PRODUCT! Orange Crystals ICTLY KO.S1 ..Rabbi I OK WASHING Dlsm. By Hand or Machine Williams Chemical (Company 339 N. E. 2nd Ave Phone 2-3320 • %  %  ..:.' .: the I • '. v..-. %  DR. A. F. FRIEDMAN REGISTERED OPTOMETRIST AMI OPTICIAN Innounces Ihc Opening <>f Office* at 153 EAS1 FLAGLER STREET v.-.The %  -. %  •. ". %  -.:...-. OB i-'-i % %  '. % %  %  I A:.: 0 '-%  I 1 %  • _; -jr .:. '.'." %  I E Apr• : %  -: re 3 %  : %  Hi TTUE: &TV7:l7iHi:i 2*7 EAST FLA-t* -37J B-rinninr Tdj I \i K I.DW IRDS OLD 1)1 H I —Or. -( ( ( ESS II INI PBH I %  H IRE EIGHT DEGRI i "I < RARITY Bj Main — %  T %  %  %  Q the po hand 20 to 25 REDUCTION SALE On All Merchandise In' ludinr Travel Suits MILLER'S '•4T I.in'oln Road MIAMI BEA( II — ; me rity • %  %  %  who comrr.:zh: :ake ir un p< I — i Ixtl • % %  er Li •: know I I r. t then: E at our ancestors i convey their charitable gtfu Intc %  Tr.' %  besto w charity In I: you do, they were d I tor use under proper D n't risk further injury to your eyes by attempting to use them in improper light. urself with this Sight-meterTest theli in every room in your home. Ir will c< si nothing and it may correct BETTER LIGHT lighting conditions that are causing irreparable damage to your eyes. Call or write our nearest office. BETTER SIGHT


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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
April 6, 1934

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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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wJewish filariidliiai in
I I.OUIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
Vol. 7No. M
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 6. 1:{4
Jewish News Dade Company
Price Five Centi
Around The
World
lane Addani l illi.in
D. Wald, Indorse Hadassah
University Hospital
New York Miss Jane Addams.
founder of H i : t
nd Miss Lili i >
it the Henn sn,
:ommend tfee plan to build a medl-
:al center In .Jerusalem, in letters
nade publkr by the national head-
luarters of Hadassah. the Women's
Sionlst Orgam/.M.n!, ,,i Amenc-a
The centeOHill be known as the
iadassah-Uni\ cT.sity Hospital and
vlll lncludaa model hospital, re-
earch Institute and post-graduate
chool of medi' .:
Hadassah, the Amenean .Jewish
hysicians' Committee and the He-
rew Unlversit are sponsomn; Ik.
roject. Hada.s..ah will admim.-.tei
le hospital and the Hebrew I'm
erslty Will direct the academic
ork. A campaign to raise $200,000
>r the buildini lund is m progress
nder the rtjainnansliip : Mr.
dward Jacob: >: tin, .
ueen Mary Rebukes
Nazis by Official Audience
To Elizabeth Bergucr
LondonNazi Germany and it.s
Jlicy Of persei ; .: .1,-ws were
ven a polite i>
ctlve rebuke b\ ').: ; >
le asked that Elizabeth Benuier.
died German-Jewish actress whose
OSt recent plctuie. "Catherine the
reat," has been barred m Ger-
any, be presented to her. Her Ma-
sty Invited the .Jewish film star
the royal box for a chat alter
* Queen had publicly expressed
pleasure at
Gives Statement
Dade County Security Company
assets totaling $3,177,908.65 and
liabilities totaling $7,000374.83 were
reported In a statement received by
shareholders yesterday. The state-
ment, dated February 20. 1034, was
Issued through Carl Meeks and
Vaughn camp, liquidating agenl
for M. A. Smith, liquidator undci
!. M. Lee, state comptroller.
Liquidator's earnings totaling
$2f>t>.378.68 a.s compared with liquid-
ator's expenses totaling 1235,43637,
are shown. Included In the ex-
penses are S17.371.35 attorneys' fees;
S3.170.02 legal and court costs; $25,-
910.82 salaries; S55.083.99 taxes paid
on real estate owned; Sl.777.25 com-
missions paid on sales of real estate,
and $51,595.71 real estate mainte-
nance. Among the earnings are $33.-
410.70 rent from the Security build-
ing. $48,078.96 rent from the Con-
gress building. $02,020.85 rents from
other real estate, and $108,282.39 in-
terest and discount collected. A to-
tal of $41,507.14 was reported paid
as city liens on real estate owned.
Expense Of operating the Security
building was $28,298.12 and of the
Congress building $41,359.67.
The Security building, in which
the Closed building association ot-
her are located, Is valued among
the assets at SS02.736.60, less $258,-
476.00 reserve for the depreciation.
leaving S544.2fl0.00: and the other
real estate owned is valued at $4.-
89934134, less S3.170.549.74 reserve
to reduce to appraisals, or a total
of $1,528,946.60.
Liquidators certificates Issued to
members total $6,661303.73.
"tasury to Ignore I ntermvci's
Demand for Immediate Action
On Marking Rule
Washington. i'he Treasury De-
rtment hflfindicated that it will
't yield to the demand ol S.iinUr:
ltermyer, pre: men' m t:. No:;
Ctarlan Anti-Na.i League, thai
e departments new ruling mak-
i it manda >. :
ods to be plainly marked with a
>el indicatii :
gin become e.: : ., ..
ad of in 90
'phen P. Oibbons. Assistant Nc---
ary of tfBrreasury, Mr. Unter-
er threaten
ce the depar a
days the 90-day p> i-ukI nt grace
tnted to foreign producers in
lch to comp
*t of the inarkmi: regulation^
Section 304 i.l the Tarill Act.
. Untermyei contended that the
day period will enable German
ducers to flood the country with
eptively marked goods in antici-
lon of the o: i i i
Treasury Department, as a re-
t Of Mr. U:
ended its regulation which per-
ted goods to be marked with the
tie of a city or province rather
n the country of origin.
Voters Continue
To Register
Two hundred seventy-one persons
registered for the June primaries in
the courthouse office of Carl Hoim-
er, Jr., supervisor of legist ration
Wednesday, bringing the total since
March 5 to 12,654.
Registration will continue on the
seventh floor of the courthouse
through April 30.
Persons voting in the primaries
also must show receipts for the 1932
and 1933 poll taxes, which may be
paid on the second floor of the
courthouse through May 19.
Sisterhood Names
New Officers
At the meeting of Temple Israel
Sisterhood held Monday at Kaplan
Hall the following officers were
chosen for the coming term. Presi-
dent Mrs. I. M. Weinstein; 1st vice
president Mrs. Tobias Simon; 2nd
vice president Mrs. Harry I. Magid;
recording .secretary Mrs. Henry D
Williams; corresponding secretary
Mrs. I. Wolkosky; treasurer Mrs.
Harry Nevins; financial secretary
Mrs. Frank Coret; as directors for
a three year term Mesdanies B. L.
Reisner. Louis Zeientz and Jake
Davis. For a two year term Mrs. M.
L. Cowen.
Political
Aspirations
With the end of March there
ounes to us (line again in
Florida and particularly in
Dade County, the beginning of
what promises to be an excep-
tionally hard fought campaign
for political office.
What will the attitude of the
Jewish voter be? Shall he ig-
nore his own people and vote
for a candidate irrespective of
that candidate's stand and be-
havior towards the Jewish peo-
ple?
Much is to b< said along this
oft debated and never settled
question. In New York there
has recently been organized the
Brooklyn Jewish Democracy
Inc. stating its purpose as
"Frankly Jewish and undis-
guisedly political." Such well
known men of letters and
prominent Jews as Dr. Samuel
Samuel Margoshes. editor of
The Day one of the largest
dailies in the country is behind
this movement body and soul.
The American Hebrew and
others oppose this organization
and similar ones as being "un-
Jewish and un-American."
Whether we approve or dis-
approve this stand and the
formation of similar organisa-
tions at this time locally, is be-
yond the scope and purpose of
this article.
The Jewish I'loridian deems
it the duty of every Jewish
resident who is qualified, to
immediately register. It deems
it the duty of every voter who
is interested in the election of
such candidates as will carry
out the duties of their respec-
tive offices, to propound to
every seeker for office .
"What is your record on the
Hitler question'.'" "What is
your stand on the Nazi move-
ment and the attempted form-
ation of Silver Shirts locally?"
"Do you pledge yourself, if elect-
ed, to help destroy in every way
possible every semblance of
Anti-Semitism or other form of
religious intolerance, prejudice
and bigotry?" "Do you pledge
yourself, if elected, to help re-
move from every public high-
way signs "For Gentiles Only."
The Jew. as a conscientious citi-
zen of this country has the
right to demand a true and un-
equivocal answer to these ques-
tions. For. we believe, that every
right minded man and woman,
every clear thinking American
will concede that any man who
is prejudiced, bigoted, intoler-
ant, who would care to affili-
ate himself with such move-
ments as the Silver Shirts Is
unfit to hold public office.
Primarily, every citizen be he
Jew or non-Jew would, and we
believe, will, welcome the elim-
ination of every bigot from the
possibility of holding public
office. As citizens it becomes
our bounden duty to know and
know thoroughly the qualifica-
tion of every candidate .
This, we propose, to help ascer-
tain.
Y. M. H. A. Plans
Social Series
Announcements!
i
The Young Men's Hebrew a. t>
ation at Its lasl meeting heard re-
ports of committees and acted on
plans for the coming .summer sea-
son. This include, a membership
dinner, details of which will be an
nounccd in the next issue of the
Jewish Floridian; a dance to be
held at one ot the Country clubs,
and similar social events. Practice
for the diamond ball team of the
organization will be held this com-
ing Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock
at Flamingo Park, according to an
announcement by Nat Kupper.
manager of the team.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
III Washington Ave.. Miami Burn
DAVID I. BOSENBLOOM, Itabbi.
Hospital Drive
Is Continued
Impetus was given this week to
the drive being carried on locally
by the Miami Chapter of Senior
Hadassah for the raising of a one
thousand dollar fund for the Ha-
da.-.sah Hospital at the Hebrew Uni-
versity in Palestine, by a group ot
teas last Tuesday afternoon held In
a number of Hadassah member
home-. Guests listened to the na-
tion wide broadcast of Hadassah
on which Mrs. Edward Jacobs a
pa president of Hadassah spoke
of Palestine and Immigration. The
Miami Beach committee headed by
Mrs. Joseph Williamson has be. a
meeting with encouragin luccess
In Miami the local committee will
continue its efforts until the goal
has been leached.
Dr. Macht Gets
Lecture Post
Services lor the concluding days
' ; Pas sover wi n u hered in last
night, Tin: morning irvices will
begin at 8 a. m. when the Rabbi
will preach in Yiddish on "A.s a
nation sings." Cantor Boris Sehlach-
man will chant all the services.
Saturday morning services will in-
clude the Yizkor or memorial pray-
ers, preceding which the Rabbi will
preach in English on "The Cove-
nant with the Dead." Sunday
school sessions will be resumed Sun-
day morning and daily Hebrew
School Monday at 3:30. Registra-
tion for beginners will be held all
ol next week.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
I54", S. W. Third Street
JULIUS WASHER. Rabbi
Passover services for the last two
days of the holiday began last
night. Thus morning services begin
at 9 a. m. when the Rabbi will
in Yiddish on "The Pour
Groups." Saturday morning the
Rabbi will preach in English on
"The Pilgrimage" immediately pre-
ceding the special Yiskor or mem-
orial services. All who deserve their
<1 remembered should be at
the s not later than 10
school resumes Sun-
day morning at It) Talmud Torah
re-tune Monday at 3:30
when new registration will be held
and which will continue throughout
next week.
Dr. David I. Macht. of Baltimore,
has been appointed lecturer in a
newly-established course In Gen-
eral Physiology at the Yeshivah
College. Amsterdam avenue and
187th street. Dr. Macht will discuss
the Jewish dietary laws from the
standpoint of modern hygiene, and
will demonstrate the experiment he
has been conducting.
Dr. Macht is wen Known as a
pharmacologist and biologist. He
has received the A.B. and M.D. de-
grees from Johns Hopkins Univer-
sity; the LL.B. degree from Ham-
ilton College of Law: Phar. D. from
the University of Maryland, and
the Doctorate In Hebrew Literature
from Yeshivah College.
Dr. Macht is a former coroner of
the City o Baltimore, and has
written a large number of scientific
articles regarding Jewish laws and
customs, from the biological and
chemical viewpoints.

BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(ConservatiYel
139 N. W. Third \.....nr
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
THE RADIO SYNAGOG
Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder and
director of the Radio Synagog. will
preach over radio station WIOD at
I ten o'clock on Sunday morning on
"A New Religion or Religion Anew?"
In addition to the sermon there will
be prayers, scripture reading and a
question box.
Services for the concluding days
of Passover were ushered in last
night. This morning the Rabbi will
speak In Yiddish on "Are we a Na-
tion?" Saturday morning immedi-
ately preceding the Yizkor or mem-
orial services the Rabbi will preach
in English on "Are we Immortal?"
The Junior Congregation will meet
Saturday morning at 10:30 a. m.
Sunday school and Talmud Torah
classes will be resumed beginning
Sunday morning.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform I
1S7 N. E. Nineteenth Street
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN. Rabbi
The last day of Passover was
ushered in with services last night
when Rabbi Kaplan spoke on "Ju-
daism gave the thought: Christian-
ity did the work: Now what?" Ser-
vices this morning at 11 a. m. and
special memorial services will be
held. Tonight at 8:15 the Rabbi
will discuss the subject, "If there
Is no God, force will conquer; If
there Is a God, Ideals will conquer."
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day, April 10. at Beth David TaJ
mud Torah. The hall will be deco-.
ated as a corral, and members rj
be costumed as cowgirls and co.l
boys. Chaps and kerchief. Wju I
presented those attending as favorj
In the receiving line
May Rosen thai. Miss Faye SheldoJ
Miss Miriam Scheinberg. ^1
Le Wernikoff, Miss Gertnal
Rappaport. Miss Mae Levine, Mj,|
Elaine Stone, Miss Margie Predb
ger, Miss Ruth Sontag and tfi.
Lee Kasanof. Miss Mary Reichm*']
is chairman of membership.

The Ladies Auxiliary" of the Jsi.'l
Ish Welfare Bureau is sponsoring,
card party at the home of &-.
Morris Rubin 1923 S. W. 13th
Wednesday night April 11th.
tag Mrs. Rubin in entertaining ;
Mr.s. F. M. Tobias. Mrs. A. I,
grid, Mrs. E. E. Rines. and
Morris Dubler. Refreshments
be served and prizes will be an
ed for high scores. The public i
urged to attend as the funds willi
towards the relief of the
wards of the Jewish Welfare
reau.
P.RJZIZ!
The Biseayne
Kennel Club
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Extends Heartiest Wishes
for
PASSOVER
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colors.
Main Store, Street Floor
Burdines
MIAMI d MIAMI BEACH
MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK
OP MIAMI BEA( II. FLORIDA
Condensed Statement of Condition
\s of the Close c>t Business March 5th, 1934
( OMPTROLLER'S CALL
RESOL'RCES
n Eai j] Q28 518 58
U. S. Government Securiti. 133.632.08 11,182.060.08
U. S. Bonds to secure National C 50.000.00
Redemption Fund *>500 00
County and Municipal Bon 16639105
Railroad. Utilities and Industrial B'.: 79 336.58
rve Bank Stock 450OOO
ans and Discounts 318*21180
Furniture and Fixtures ...
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Other Assets m
TOTAL ASSETS
Capital Stock
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$100 000.00
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Depo .
TOTAL LIABILITIES
Member Federal Reserre System
Member Federal Deposit Insurance
All Deposits lp To and I,ludinK %2M0M Are Guaranteed
PHILIP I.IBF.KMAN. President.
1.558.447.05
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Three
THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
I. LOUIS SHOCBET, Kditor
PRKD K. 8HOCHET. Circulation M:,,.:,,:.-,
THt
Jew In liis present trial. Let him
remember that deliverance of Ins
people from Egypt was In the form
01 a commitment ol them by Di-
vine determination to a life of ser-
vice. They had suffered and .so
jewibii mMmftN^publishing co. should be taught by this experience suasion is tae'ffecUve.' economic
Miami, Florida Phone 2-1183 '' deporl themselves In that ser- pressure will be employed to com- -------'------------------------------
editorial offices:-------VlCe "' l""":,""v which Is the fin- bat his effort to exterminate the Generally, those who believe
ui b. w. i-.Hi Avenue Phone 2-H81 esl flowering .,i the sympathy ol Jew.-, of the Reich That the famous that tne world is growing better
suffering. The entire Sinalc revela- 5 and 10 cenl organization should ;"''' those who a"' bllM trying to
(ion Is golden with the glory of a have .joined the boycott movemei make ""!'v better.
of the mast graitfying news .e-
ports in many months. it means
that one of the nations largest dis-
tributors of German novelties lias
been added to the list of those who
Intend to show Hitler that II moral
CH A!
CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN,
Field Representative
- -. -.1 ., matter
hi r- i nil.-.- hi Miami,
\.-i of March -',. 1879
July 4.
Florida,
is partii ularly encouraging, In vii
ol the record o! the Woolwortn
WEST PALM BEACH
SAMUEL SCHUTZER
Representative
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN.
Representative
ORLANDO
SYLVIA BERMAN
Representative
TAMPA, FLA.:
MRS, M. II EUSLER
Ri presentative
-I BSCKIITION
Si* Monthi*
Onr Year
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Vol. 7No. 14
FRIDAY, APRIL G.
1934
humanitarian! n i ah upon
their exodu from Egypt thi J
were cho en and commissioned by
ni\ mi- detei mination,
The program ot H
one ni subjugation for elf-
ish satii i m tlon No wonder thai II
fires the Ji th an eh menl
antagonism, They are tic ''-s chain-store system.
J Passover
Message
all alwaj i be o ich a pro
gram In th) they must have the
sympathy ol every repre entative
oi civilization. Lei Hitlei attemp
his worsl in the name ol his pro-
gram oi personal exploitage, The
Jew will counter this with a pro-
il pious determination ol pei -
sonal service, Hitlerite diabolism
idealism are anta
tic opposite i believe with Matthew
Arnold (haI the Power not our-
selves which makes tor righteous-
ness will ultimately vindicate the
idealism ol the Jew. The bettei
element of the Christian and the
Gentile world are coming in In-
creasing numbers to our side,
While upon the banner of the
crooked cross if inscribed Aryanism,
lei the Jew inscribe upon his ban-
ner Humanitarianism as the ultl-
hope and happiness ol hu-
mankind Such to mj mind is (hi
nd monition ol this year's
: ii be in every Jew the
mosl mi-
ition II was the
ai [urnished us with the
pu
i
Most of the kicking Is being dour
Companj in Germany. On numer- 1,v people who want low prices on
oui occa ions, rumors have been everything they buy, and high
dated thai the Woolworth or- Prices on everythin ell,
anizatlon was supplying substi n -----------
iia! funds to the Nazis, for the pur- I5:| izl wrath from "lal '' simply won'l hang around a
if r. v. person who si ol I at it.
Woolworth adheres In Its annoum- -----------
ii Hi i i Ion, ii will have proved ver. "'' thorn ol experience is ol
concretelj thai such rumor, wer more avail than a wilderness ol
either entirely false or were based warning,
on di ii.mil facl During the pa
"Yes. sir, mj wife always finds
i omethlng to harp on."
"I hope mine does, too."
"Whal makes you say that?"
"I'm a widow i i
MotherWell. son. whal have
you been doing all afternoon?
Son -shootin mother.
MuiherThat must stop. Those
Hide things have just as much
righl to u have.
two weeks the boycott work has
made splendid progress. Jew;
throughout America ran add i i
that progress by being vigilant In
all their purchases, They mu i
continue to be adamant in refusin
any product marked "Made In Qer
many."
There Is some hope for the fel-
low who thinks too well of himsell
bin none whatever for flie one who
thinks he couldn't be better.
ter here returned to their home in
New York.
. i;/ Excellent
. ho'we
Never has the Passover come with
greater timeliness than In this
presenl year. Vast numbers of Jews
are still in bondage. They need en-
couragement oi hope. They may
lind this in the reminder ol the ex-
their ancestors with a
cruelty that one would not have
sed to b. able until
ppeared In more
form In his more de-
ndant, Hitler. They
(on urn ii their \. n/onderin
lated the ques-
thi P aim! t "Whence .shall
Icome my help?" God's plan., work
iwly. He evolu-
by revolution, The nme
to Him .i
I ilr Ire tO OUr-
i 'ni ii" not according to the
: rrative, thus express Him
thi
jtion ol mj people In Egypt, and I
If-hai; come down, to help then Hi
would not I,,- unmindful, His mys-
had to be matured
1 their complete disclosure Bo
Its ii today.
W erever the Jew Is burdened
fclth one form or another ol bond-
age, let him not despair. Let him
ioi be discouraged, Lei him bear
In mind that "the Guardian of
srael slumbers not. neither does
le sleep." Hitlerism cannot ho on.
i is contrary to the compulsion of
1 fttion. Not only will it be de-
by the growing sentiments
DI humanity, but it will collapse in
complete reversal that will not
Only request, but urge the Jew to
Return to Germany. To this I am
filling to commit mysell as a con-
servative prophecy, Meantime, the
Ol the world must remember.
been said, that "sufferance
the badge of our tribe." Whal an
Opportunity for nobler self-reallza-
lion the Jew ol the world has in
hi presenl crisis he has been corn-
Celled to Miii.-r. He should bear it'
(h the conviction that since it
inusi be borne it shall no! break
pirn, but by his spiritual adapta-
tion be converted Into a Hi
Sublimation has always been the
I lal reaction lenulne
Jew To this attitude I urge the ty'oolwOI'tll's Makes
J Ol the world today tO commit
Ives in relation to the tear-
fill tragedy through which their
are pa i
And \i t a calm, courageous reac-
tion oi patience and hope la not the
Inal form I would urge upon the
St. Petersburg
Notes
Beth F.'l services were ushered in
last night and will continue todav
and tomorrow, Morning services be-
gin ai k:io with the Yizkor or mem-
orial services al !> :30 a m. Saturdnv
morning.
Rabbi A. S. Kleinield will preach
"Counting the Omer, or The Value
ol Time", at Bnai Israel Friday
morning al 9 o'clock.
Friday nlghl at a o'clock thi
mon will In i' eel and
Apostasy."
mornln (| "dock and
Ylskor" Memorial al IC
Sermon il and
ii Destiny."
Service al Beth Israel will be held
tonight with lir Carl N. Herman
officiating.
One ol the I iremost orators in
::-' -< < pulpit, was discuss-
ing the attitude ol anti-Semites
who again and again had exulted
over the downfall and. they be-
lieved, the extermination of Israel.
Once, he said by way of Illustration,
a physician aid to a patient: "You
have only two months more to live."
The patient took advantage of his
opportunity, enjoyed life to the
limit, and after six months, re-
turned to the physician, and re-
marked: "1 am in tip-top condi-
tion, and feel as if I can live in-
definitely." The doctor answered:
"It is patients like yourself who
make the medical profession so dif-
ficult You should have died, and
theoretically, you are dead." Theo-
retically Israel died long ago. il
the anti-Semites could have had
I heir way, but it seems that we
shall outlive all anti-Semites.
1 iic M.inh ( Il de, one i
i he nil ist il irs, saw a
Brith Lod
i! organize
lions.
A cheeky person asked a minis-
(i r, "Can you tell me the short-
way to heaven?" The minister, whi
quick al repartee, replied
"Certainly, turn to the right and
and keep traight.."
. ed the
Department for II
i
by appointing him Minister
to Uruguay afti
C nsul General In Berth
stale Departmenl hi med It-
sell by am mlth\
elevation to the Mlnlstrj al Vienna
replacin Oeoi |e n. Earie ol Penn-
sylvania, who resigned his post, Mr
Earie, who has become a candidate
for Governor In Pennsylvania, ac-
quitted himsell admirably m Aus-
tria, wi.rn other diplomats weir
silent in the face ol anti-Semitism,
he spoke out In a forthright manner
thai impressed not only Austria
bm neighboring countries as well.
it will need a competent, Intelligent
and liberal representative ol the
Hih. th<
i' mi il i ponsorin
ilnmeni and ard party with
nenl and prizi
same will be held in the auditorium
oi the I itlon, al 921 9th SI
North.
M ind Mr i Simon are re-
in (he birtl
of a baby girl at Kaplans Maternil
Homi day morning.
Mr and Mr. David Loebel ol
s.'.w 21sl A','1 No announce the
mem of their daughtei Bi
iv io Mr ini i-'rve. .son ol Mr and
Mr.-. Abraham Prye oi Brockton
Mass The LoebelS have receni'.'.
i here from New York Citj
mother I
Mi T. Simon ty and her
sell a former resldi ni of West I'
Bi arrived from Newark, N. J.
to spend sometime with her daugh-
ter.
West Palm Beach
Notes
Palm Beach Lodge Bnai Brith
will hold the installation ol the of-
ficers recently elected Sunday April
Hth at the Dixie Gardens, An elab-
orate and Interesting program has
been prepared for the evening.
At the annual meeting of the
iFnlti d Jew i. Wi fare Bureau held
Wedne ida; were Ghost i
by-laws were amended and othei
important business was transacted
Mi Important meeting of Beth
El Sisterhood was held here at the
home of Mrs, n Qreenblatt. Im-
portant matters for the welfare ol
the organization were acted on. A
I hour followed
American government to equal
ii Earlt "ii the basis ol
h's record m Berlin. II
Is very likely thai the new Minister
will prove a worthy successor and
,. he will Interpret his duties as lasl Friday nigh) al the Mayl
tar more Important -ban those ol Hotel Dr. Carl N, Herman officiat-
a mere commercial attache. Me ser- ed. _______
smith would have been merely an-
other Minister in Uruguay. In Aus- Entertaining al Sader tost week
Mr and Mrs. H. Gold who
About one hundred and fifty resi-
dents and tourists attended the
Sader celebration ol Beth i rael
a ,. becomes an Important fac- were
tor an extremely delicate situa- Had Rabbi Bernard M Kaplan offl-
tJon :,,. ^i wishes oi American dating. Guests attending were Rab-
...... ,..... to Vienna. The bl and Mrs. Kaplan, thr.r son and
lewi go with him
Jewish To
daughtt r In law, Mr. and
Dobrow. Mr, and %
Schoen, Mr. and Mrs. Al
and Lou and Jerry cold.
Mrs. A
Arthur
i
I Gesture
Mr. and llatI
----------- as their Sader guests Mr and Mr.
The announcement that "extreme joe Lesser of this city.
,,:, resistance" ha caused the F
w. Woolworth Company to discon Rabbi and Mrs. Bernard M, Kap-
tmue pun i.i i m Germany is one i;m and family who p win-
To Mark "Hebrew Week"
Thronghoal Country April 82-28
Hebrew week .1 national institu-
tion for the promotion of Hebrew
culture and language m the United
Stales, will be celebrated during
the week ot April 22, according to
a .iomt announcement by the His-
tadruth Ivrith and the Hebrew
Teachers' Union.
In the course of the "week" an
intensive propaganda Will be con-
ducted for the dissemination of the
Hebrew culture in the United State
and Car.nil Funds will be raised
tor (lie strengthening and i
slon of I mi. Hebrew Institu-
tions in this country.
Al the lasl Join) session of the
sponsoring organizations ii was de-
cided lo allocate 50 per cent of the
income of the collections during the
week" for the publication of a
Hebrew magazine for the youth.
Wl1" when, a laddie small.
You woke at nlghl with might]
squall.
Brought you your bottle, you recall?
Twas Patl
Who was it. when your molhei
sli
Sent you to bed without a bite.
Sneaked up a piece of pie at night?
Twas lather.
When burdened with a world ol
blame.
You came from school in crimson
shame.
Who whispered. -Son, let's play the
game"?
Twas Father.
On Sunday morn who slipped away
With you to thru the woodland.-
stray,
Who taught you jolly games to
play'
Twas Father.
Who led you clown beside the brook.
And turned the leaves in Nature
book.
Who showed you how to bait a
hook?
Twas Father.
Who. when you stubbed a vagrant
toe.
Or took a path you shouldn't go.
Imparted secrets you should know '
Twas Father.
When troubles all about you brew
When friends et :: in apart and
few.
Who sheds his COal and see.- you
thru?
It's Father.
I.'lanoi:
Who is it writes such lines as tin
Presents such platitudes with ease
Who is this human hunk of cheese''
H's Father.
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to pel :.d 10 oppress ali othei Far be It irom the narrow
to go contrary .uld not hurt the smallest
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mandate it is troy all th hold re-
ligious beliefs, varyll articular creed. Religioi;
dom. to thi In <::cate all non-
conformi.1-- HI licensi his authority, Is his distorted view of God
This 1 his authorization
from the properly constituted authority,his hunting license. And. it is
Passover, the Season of Our Freedom, teaches us to exercise freedom
with propriety. It teaches us that liberty does not imply license. Passover
teaches us that freedom is a Ibility and that it mast be practiced
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All Saints church.
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at a p'id1 that fits yout pot
PHONE 3-3687 21 N. W. 9TH ST
SPRING GIFTS
for your
RELATIVES
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to your relatives ond friends in
Soviet Russia and enoble them
to buy in the Torgsin Stores
articles needed at the turn of
the weather
Prices compare favor-
ably ivith those in the
United States
For Torgsin Orders apply to your
local bank or authorized agent
Uniui BtMtwaTArivt -u.i.
at AMI0R6. 261 Fifth Av NY.
See the Primitive Everglades at
OPEN DAILY it n 4 1 n 1 *-} OPEN DAILY
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Leader.hip CHIEF WILLIAM HeKINLE' 08CBOI v
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THE_ JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page 5
SOCIETY
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Baxter and Myrna Loy
(catured players in Arthur
Roche's "Penthouse," which
Sunday and Monday at the
[heatre.
Cosmopolitan production,
at the Metro-Goldwyn-
itudios. and based upon the
torn tiie pen of Arthur Som-
bhe published serially in
!iii!;in Magazine.
scion of an aristocratic New
smiily. and a society lawyer
OSes to defend notorious
i Warner Baxter is said
one of the finest perform-
bf his long motion picture
Maxted, a beautiful
liib girl. Myrna Loy is re-
tc have far surpassed any of
umphs in previous picture
Jons.
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Id Mis. A. H. Predinger and
kr have as their house guest
iral days. Mr. Julius Schach-
pew York, violinist with the
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:la State College for Wo-


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JoldLj HEDELBERjG 151 St Z- St"
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BEER GARDEN |
DINNER ........ 60c up
Jhite Oak Leather
K Soles......50c|
ps HEELS ....... 15c'
ANTICSHOE SHOP |
[Thisl A7~ Opp. Cortu Hold
Is FINERAL SERVICE
^"-denominational institu-
Krvinf all classes and
The family is assured
conformation to the
f each church or lodfe.
men is spending the holiday with
lier parents Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Clein
of this city.

Mr. Mandel Levy is the house
guest of his sister and brother in
j law Mr. and Mrs. Julius Simpson of
this city and will remain here for
' several weeks.

Next Sunday evening April 8th
Beth David Sisterhood will enter-
tain its members and friends at a
dance in the Talmud Torah Hall
i with Mrs. Edward Friedman cliair-
: man of the arrangements commit-
! tee. A gala program of entertain-
ment is being arranged. The public
is invited to attend.

On Sunday evening April 22nd
Beth David Sisterhood will hold a
supper at its Talmud Torah Hall
with Mrs. J. Engler in charge of ar-
rangements. A program of enter-
tainment will be given with cards
following. The public is invited to
attend.

Wednesday evening April 11th
Loyalty Club of Emunah Chapter
will sponsor the fifth of a series of
bridge parties at the home of Mrs.
Lillian Beckwitl 221 S. W. 11th st.
to which the public is Invited.
Prizes will be awarded for high
Mini's and refreshments will be
served.

An important meeting of Beth
Jacob Congregation will be held at
the Synagogue tomorrow night be-
ginning at 8 p. 111. All are urged to
attend as important matters will be
determined.

The regular bi-weekly card party
of the Ladies Auxiliary ol the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion was held last Tuesday night at
Lome of Mrs. Wm. Clein when
quite a large number of guests at-
tended. Prizes were awarded for
high scores and refreshments were
served. Acting as hostesses were
Mesdames Wm. Clein, M. Rosen-
bloom and T. Rosengarten.

An important meeting of the lo-
cal Enai Brith Lodge will be held
at Beth David Talmud Torah Hall
Thursday evening April 19th begin-
ning at 8 p. m. There will be guest
speakers and plans for the renewal
of activities for the organizations
will be acted on. All members and
friends of Bnai Brith are urged to
attend.

SAGE. I fell into conversation re-
cently with a trustee of a New York
congregation whose pulpit has the
service of three ministers although
one alone could easily do the work.
I asked him: What is the use of
having so many ministers at a
superfluous expense when one could
easily attend to what needs to be
done? Here is his illuminating re-
ply:
One of our ministers digs up dead
sermons. The other buries dead
members. The third is kept busy
dodging the other two.
That trustee was more sage than
cynical.

DOCTORS." If a physician called
himself or allowed himself to be
called a Rabbi he would be view-
ed as a fakir or a fool. And yet a
great many Rabbis call themselves
or consent to be called "Doctor"
when they are neither Doctor of
Divinity nor Doctor of Philosophy.
They are, however, D. D.'s or Doc-
tors of Dishonesty or Doctors of
Phakery. If the public generally
had the requisite amount of real
piety they would not stand for such
presumption.
I am inclined to think that much
of the spiritual weakness or anemia
in our religious life is due to the ex-
tensive prevalence of such "Doc-
tors." How can a minister do his
work properly if he consents to con-
scious misrepresentation? Deceit is
a poor servitor of the Deity.
WESTERN IIEADQIAKTEkS OF
SILVER SHIRTS ARE CLOSED
tiles of Los Angeles, for example,
import and sell German-made mer-
chandise, we cannot object serious-
ly, because business men are in
business for profits, and it cannot
be expected that a Gentile will feel
the plight of the Jews of Germany
as we Jews are supposed to .
But when Jews, our own so-called
flesh and blood, read themselves
out of the columns of decency by
trading with the enemy, then defi-
nite plans should be made to boy-
cott our own enemies from within.
1 Enai Brith Messenger, Los Ange-
les. March 23, 19341
Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Machtei
who spent the Passover week at
Miami Beach will return to their
home tomorrow night.

As a result of a letter written by
H. U. Feibelman, Miami attorney,
to Gov. Sholtz protesting against
the attempt to force children to buy
a publication printed by local in-
terests in behalf of a state-wide
teacher association, Mr. Henry
Filer president of the Dade County
School Board issued instructions
that all such sales to children must
immediately cease.
Oklahoma City.The offices of
the Silver Shirts. anti-Semitic and
anti-Catholic organization have
been closed, it was learned today. '
It is understood that the organiza- !
tion is keeping one official here at i
a city hotel, to handle correspon-
dence,
Offices of the Silver Shirts were
opened in Oklahoma City several
months ago, when it was announc-
ed by Major Luther I. Powell, right
hand man of William Ducucy Pelley.
the leader of the organization, that
the western headquarters of the or-
ganization would be located in this
] city. Powell, it is learned, has since
I left the organization, turning his
attention to a new organization
known as the Anti-Communist Lea-
gue of the World.
A decided setback to the efforts
Of the Silver Shirts was Riven re-
cently by Governor Murray who
severely condemned the organiza-
tion. Governor Murray informed the
National Conference of Jews and
Christians that he did not believe
the movement would make any pro-
gress in the State.
JEW VS. JEW
Emma Goldman delivered an un-
usual talk in Baltimore on March
5 She spoke on the decline of
German culture "German Jews
hate Jews of other nations." Miss 1
Goldman said Even exiled, the ]
German Jew looks down on other
jews. As long as Jews are opposed
to each other, how can the remain-
der of the world respect them?"
. Miss Goldman urged the Jews
to continue the boycott, but ahove |
all. the boycott of anti-Semitic .lews
. This latter thought of Miss
Goldman's is certainly worthy of
serious annotation When Gen-
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8TH ANN LAI
STORE-WIDE
SALE
NOW ON!
Walk-Over's
For Men and Women
Natural Bridge
Shoes For Women
Red Goose &
Mickey Mouse
CHILDREN'S SHOES
ALL ON SALE!
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Fight Hitlerism
BY HELPING
ITS ENEMIES
Hitler knows that those who oppose him or even dare to criticise
him are his enemies. He does not discriminate between Jews and
Christians, intellectuals and trade unionists, pacifists and liberals.
Socialists and Communists. if they express their opposition to
Hitlerism they are to be repressed or exterminated. The Interna-
tional Relief Association, recognizing the fact that all anti-fascists
have one common enemyHitlerism. strives to help the victims of
the Nazis without regard < race, religious beliefs, or political opin-
ions. It operates along the strictest non-sectarian, non-partisan
lines. Not only does the International Relief Association, through
its commit tees in France. Sweden. Norway. Switzerland, and
Czechoslovakia, help German refugees and cooperate with agencies
:"lined for relief of special professional and racial German groups,
but it distributes relief as widely as possible, through underground
channels, within Germany. The families of those imprisoned or
exiled are given the strength to endure and the courage to fight
Hitlerism by the material and moral support of friends in foreign
lands
Through its American Committee, the International Relief Associ-
ation, which was founded several years ago by Albert Einstein.
Heinrich Mann. Ernst Toller. Karl von Ossietzky. and others to
help victims of racial and civil oppression everywhere, appeals to
the readers of the JEWISH FLORIDIAN to help the German mar-
tyrs to freedom.
THE NEED IS GREAT. YOl R RESPONSE SHOULD BE
IMMEDIATE.
Make all contributions payable to Freda Kirchwry, Treasurer,
Room 401, 20 Vesey Street. New York.
American Committee
INTERNATIONAL RELIEF ASS'N.
OSWALD GARRISON VILLARD. Chairman
FREDA KIRCHWEY. Treasurer
STERLING D. SPERO, Secretary
Willard E. Atkins
Roger Baldwin
Charles A. Beard
Howard Becker
Franz Boas
Edgar S. Brightman
Paul F. Brissenden
V. F. Calverton
Adelaide T. Case
Edmund B. Chaffee
Stuart Chase
Morris R. Cohen
George S. Counts
Jerome Davis
Edward T. Devine
John Dewey
Emmett E. Dorsey
Corwin D. Edwards
Lewis S. Gannett
Harry Gideonse
Mary B. Gilson
Louis M. Hacker
Powers Hapgood
Abram L. Harris
Homell Hart
James G. Heller
Francis A. Henson
Melville J. Herskovits Curtis Reese
John Haynes Holmes Ira De A. Reid
B. J. Hovde Elmer Rice
William Lloyd Imes Diego Rivera
William H. Kilpatrick Harold Rugg
Charles C. Noble
William F. Ogburn
H. A. Overstreet
John Dos Passos
William Pickens
Amos R. E. Pinchot
A. Clayton Powell, Jr.
Thorsten Sellin
J. B. Matthews
Broadus Mitchell
Wesley C. Mitchell
Paul Muni
Jesse H. Newlon
Reinhold Niebuhr
David K. Niles
Donald W. McConnell
Arthur W. Macmahon
Abba Hillel Silver
Upton Sinclair
Tucker P. Smith
Benjamin Stolberg
Goodwin Watson
Bertram D. Wolfe
Theresa Wolf son
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