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

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

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lol. 7No. 15
1*OR IDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA. I Kl DAY, APRIL 13, 1934
[Jewish News
Around The
World
Local Brewery Today And
Starts Sales Tomorrow
Price five Cent!
Beach Shul
Elects Officers

I Announcements!
L i
kin-Jew Id Ili-ad Congress I'robc
ill Nazis as Dickstein Stops Aside
I Washington, D. cBowing to the
l ; ill the country that he step aside
ad permit a non-Jew to be ap-
hii. i ii as chairman of the con-
r' nal committee named to
i Nazi propaganda, Representa-
Samuel Dickstein, author of
. nabllng resolution, has agreed
decline the chairmanship when
Rainej offers II to hm as
ire ol appreciation for his
D he committee will have five
lilbers and a special counsel
Inbridge Colby, secretary of state
the Wilson administration, Is
bminently mentioned for this po-
llen In appointing the committee
Baker lainey Is expected to name
Catholic, one Jew. one Protest-
b member oi German descent
a member who is a Freethinker.
|ti'i'niyer Urges Continuation <>i
Boycott
i'.\ york Declaring thai the re-
t from Washington regarding
effect ol the boycott on the de-
Ion Hi the Nazi Government to
anti-Semitic policy is in-
I a smoke screen. Samuel
termyer, chairman ol the Non-
Itaiian Anti-Nazi League, urged
|t Jews not only continue the
oil but also the protest meet-
ol the type that was held re-
al Madison Square Garden.
k< n port," Mr. Untermyer radio-
pom the ship which is bringing
ii Ne York from California.
D' in that our only effee-
weapon againsi Hltlerlsm is
assuming world-wide propor-
i. Disgusted with those false
fllors within our own ranks
would halt now. We may lose
lhat has been gained."
Alter months of intensive prepa-
ration the Hialeah Brewing Co all
i locally owned and employing none
but local union labor will place H
product -Jockey club Eeei
on the market tomorrow, Sale an
in charge oi the Florida Sugar Dis-
tributors, headed by the well known
Jewish communal worker Sain
Blank, and arrangements have hem
made so that the beer winch has
line January Will be Obtain-
able nearly everywhere In the
Greater Miami area,
Constructi d ol reinforced
and com rete the building
cost more than (200,000, is one ol
the mosi sanitary brewing
Ii hmi ni.s m the South and ... b
able to produce thirty thousand
barrels annually, Frederick \>
Schleifer, recentlj ol New
one ol the !) i known brewm
is in chai ol the produ
ii in i a perfect brew, properly
01;ice i.. ol the company are Joe
B. Tharp. president, J. J, Jones,
secretary-treasurer, and c Barr,
vice president. The brewery Is lo-
cated at Palm Ave. Hialeah Park
and Is eii1 11 for inspection to the
public.
Things move so rapidly, and in At a special meeting ol the mem-
such kaleidoscopic fashion that it b,ls of B''"' Jacob Congregation,
is hard to keep up with the times.
Particularly is tins true as regards
lews throughout the entire world.
Jsh Doctors Find Partial
Cure for Heart Disease
n York. Discovery of perma-
reliel for sufferers from an-
pectorls i heart disease) by re-
he entire thyroid gland ot
Ufferers has been reported to
|annual meeting of the Federa-
of American Societies for Ex-
lental Biology by Dr. Herman
Dumgarl ol the Harvard Medi-
Bchool and Dr. David D. Berlin
lie Research Laboratories of the
Israel Hospital in Boston. The
Bh physicians announced that
|removal of the thyroid gland
'M sufferers of angina pectora
effected striking and perma-
rellef,
rlin.For the first time in its
ry the Berlin kehillah sponsor-
jblic seders In various sections
erlin for those Jews who were
daily unable to have them at
Rabbi's Appeal
Meets Response
At Yizkor services in the Miami
jew Ish Orthodox Congi
Saturday morning a stirring sermon
bj Rabbi Washer resulted In the
raising ol funds to purchase and
completely equip the Synagogue
with opeia chairs The chairs winch
have already been purchased and
installation of which will begin next
Monday morning, will bear upon the
il each chair the name ol
nor or the name ol a depart -
ed in Whose memory the chair was
donated. A suitable design for these
plates Is now being prepared, the
donation Of a seal al the Synagogue
thus enable- one to establish a per-
petual memorial at the exceedingly
low cost ot only three dollars. 1 he
price was set by the officers so that
all might be in a position to estab-
lish such memorial. The purchase
ol the seat will nol give one the ex-
clusive right to occupy such seats
at holidays or any other time, ac-
cording to an announcement by the
officers. Those desiring to establish
memorials may communicate with
the officers,
During the past season sufficient
funds were raised to purchase
new Safer Torah and to make other
improvements to the Synagogue.
Plans for the summer season will be
announced shortly.
RADIO 8YNAGOG
Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder and
director of the Radio SynagOg, will
preach over radio station WIOD at
Even the Reform Jewish
i organized seders for their
members. The largest public
was held under the auspices
It German Zionist Federation.
Teii o'clock on Sunday morning on
"God's Chosen Ones". In addition
to the sermon there will be prayers,
music, scripture reading and a
question box.
One hears of amalgamations of
organisations; the Joining of forces
so thai mere good can in- accomp-
lished for tin- common came of
Jewry; and at the some time learns
of threats to secede from such or-
ganisations, of "religious" wars
amongst the Zionists, of a lack ol
harmony thai betokens lack of un-
der-landing rather than enmity.
Here in Miami we are Undergoing
much of the same glory. Attempt
to unite Synagogues not so on
long ago; concerted action town'.
the common good; meetings locallj
of organisations to attempt I
speak for tin- Jewish people; Slate
wide conferences to accomplish
things for Judaism. And at the
name time, attempts on the part of
some to bridle trie speech and
thought. Peculiarly, these who have
always prided themselves upon
their close association with non-
lews are the first to he rebuffed
when a closer co-operation is asked.
Something can anil should be
done to bring aboul a clearer un-
derstandlng of one another. Re-
spect lor the- beliefs of another.
Whether or not those coincide with
"lie's own. is a prime principle of
the Jewish faith. Jewry in the few
times that it attempted to stifle the
thought and expression of men.
has done so to its own later morti-
fication and humiliation.
Certainly, at this time we Ix'lievc
and agree full heartcdly, with the
idea that Jewish political organiza-
tions, as such, should not be form-
ed locally. But eau we not all
agree further that a candidate's
standing and belief, particularly hi-
record in the past on mailers af-
fecting Jewry at large, should lie
given full and pitiless publicity.
supposing, for the sake of argu-
ment, Mr ... is a candidate for
an elective- office, and has been as-
sociated with the formation of
Siher Shirt movements, or similar
un-Ameriran organizations, is such
record not a matter for full and
complete Investigation?
We should be happy, indeed, if
everyone could and would agree
with what we thought and believed,
but still retain sufficient composure
to realize the futility of such a wish.
However, the Jewish Floridian.
without rancor on its part, proposes
at all tiirws, regardless of the
opinions of individuals, to present
for the information of its readers.
such matters as require their at-
tention. The Jewish Floridian. as
all good papers, can only present
facts and try to mold public opin-
ion. It has never urged, las have
others), that it represents and
sneaks for Jewry. That is a matter
for each individual Jew And
those who know Jews well realize,
in.pi fortunately each has a mind
of his own.
Miami Beach held la t Saturday
night Rabbi David I. Ro.senbloom
was elected as Rabbi tor a si ond
Consecutive term, Cantor Boris
Schlachman, Cantor for his fourth
consecutive term and 8. 8. Slmon-
hoff. .sexton for
tlve term
Rabbi Ro.senbloom who i.
graduate ol the Chli
cal College came to Miami for the
Holida .;. Septi n
chosen I year tet...
He has been successful m his work
with the Synagogue and has had
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
< Orthodox)
IMS S. W. Third Slr|
JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi
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wJH
RABBI DAVID I. ROSEMtl.OOM
capacity attendance at the Syna-
gogue all winter. The Talmtl
rah conducted by the i
I .i employed a u ai hi r all season
under the direction Ol the Rabbi.
and a capable teaching stall al the
Sunday school has operated with
the Rabbi In charge. Prior to com-
ing to Miami the Rabbi headed the
Congregation a( South Haven. Mich
Cantor lions Schlachman, will
now begin his fourth consecutive
term as Cantor ot the Congregation,
having previously served Cantoi
of Beth David Synagogue In Mian..
and numerous Synagogues In the
North. lie possesses a pleasant bari-
tone voice which has pleased the ca-
pacity attendance at the Synagogue
during the season, when he con-
ducted the musical program during
the services.
Auxiliary Will
Select Officers
At the last meeting ol the Ladies
! Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation held this week
B nominating committee to recoin-
: mend officers for the coming year
Was named. The committee COnsiStf
jof Mcsdames Max Kupferstein. J.
' L. Shochet. Gertrude Pallott and N.
Adelman The committee will report
' at the next meeting of the Auxiliary
which will be held the latter part
of this month.
Early services begin at 6 p. in.
Late services for the season have
been discontinued. Tomorrow morn-
ing services begin at 9 a. m. Mincha
services begin at i; p, m. followed
by the Marriv service
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
< ( omiervativri
139 N. W. Third A'tnn
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
BETH DAVID CONG.
Early services at (i p. m. are lol-
by the late si rvici at 8:15
when iIn Rabbi will preach on
edj oi the World
Cantor Louis Hayman will
chant ices. Saturday morn-
irvices begin at 830. The Jun-
lor Congregation under the direc-
Cantoi Kaminsky meets at
10:30.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Rtform)
LIT N. B. Nineteenth Strcstt
DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN, Rabbi
ires will be conducted at 8:15
p. in. today In Temple Israel. Ed-
ward Rubin will become Bar Mltz-
:; di.stinc tive characteristics ol
Jewish ethics.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox!
.Ml Washington Avt., Miami Beach
DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM. Rabbi.
reader may express himself in his
For that reason the Jewish Flor- own way on any public matter.
mIi.,ii will next week inaugurate Articles must he limited to not
"An Open Forum" in which the more than one hundred words.
Early services begin tonight at 0
p. m. Late services for the season
have been discontinued. Tomorrow
morning services begin at 8:30 when
Cantor Boris Schlachman will chant.
Rabbi Rosenbloom will preach In
Yiddish on the portion of the week.
Pepper To Speak
At Miami
Tallahassee Following intensive
campaigning in the First Congres-
sional District, ending Friday night
at Ft. Myers, Claude Pepper, can-
didate for the United States Senate
completed his Initial speaking tour
of three Congressional Districts.
Following the Ft. Myers speaking
he crossed the State to speak tomor-
row night for the first time in the
lower end of the Fourth District.
He has already appeared at Jack-
sonville and on Monday night will
speak at Key West. Wednesday
night he speaks in Miami's famed
Bayfront Park, the scene of the
greatest political rallies of the
State in every campaign.
During the week ending he will
have made twenty speeches in the
Fourth District including Mulberry.
Ft. Meade, Bartow. Davenport.
Halnes City, Auburndale. Winter
Haven. Lake Wales. Frostproot.
Avon Park, Scbring. Zolfo Springs.
Wauchula. Eowling Green, Braden-
ton. Sarasota, Arcadia, Punta Gor-
da and Ft. Myers.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday April 13

1


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1
SOCIETY
PLAYING AT THl
TIVOLl 1HEATRI
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Weln
of Rockway, N v.. whi
winter season In Miami left to re-
turn to his home la.-- Sunday morn-
ing. En route they
of Mrs H \V. Cohen Who operate-
a kosher hotel and tourist home at
Waltcrboro. S. C. Mr Welnstock l-s
one of the most active supporters
oi the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation during his winter stay in
Miami.

a meeting 01 the I I Ecth
David Sisterhood will be held in the
form of a luncheon at
lorah Hall on Uednesday April 18
11. Mesdames Louis Weinkle
and Wm Robinson will be the hos-
of the en-
tiro membership will follow at 2 p.
111 to which all are invited. A social
hour will conclude the meeting.

A meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary
01 the Jewish Welfare Bureau will
Id at Kaplan Hall next Mon-
day April 16th beginning a; J p. m.
when tlie report ol the nominating
committee will be presented. Elec-
tions ol officers will follow, a
hour will be held with Mrs. Morris
Uubier m charge, Im
the bu^ines* session.

Mr. and Mr- Jack Apte gave a
party at their homi ai 792 N. w.
18th S Ing the
celebration ol their tenth wedding
anniversary.
1 'hi toll 'in at-
tendance:
Mr. and Mis. Mini ay Apte. of
Miami; Mr, and Mrs Albert Apte.
: Miami; Mr and Mr.-. Shenkel of
New York City; Miss Sj
kel, of New York City: Mrs. H.
Miami: Mn El U til. of
Brooklyn. N Y Mr Jack !
01 Brooklyn, N v Ml \nna El-
stein. ol Brooklyn. N. Y. and Mrs.
Ruth Frank.-, ol Mil
Tele
lions were received from friends a:..!
relations from New York. Baltimore,
Denver, etc.

Thrills, pathos, comedy am! ro-
mance are deftly combined, it is
aid. lo make "Nighl Flight," com-
ing lo the Tivoli Theatre Sunday
and Monday, one ot the reatesl
productions Ol the season.
Certainly Director Clarence Brown
has placed ill it a multi-Star cast ol
remarkable proportions. The players
include John Ba: ryuiore. Helen
Hayes, Clark Gable. Lionel Barry-
more. Robert Montgomery, Myrna
Loy, William Gargan, 0 Henry
Gordon and Leslie Fenton.
'Hie story 1.- announced as the
most authentic and most human
ale of the night air mail ever writ-
ten. It is from the pen o! Ant-om.
li Salnt-Exupery, himself a pilot
over the very air line In South.
America so vividly described 111 the
a Iking picture

A Manhattan cocktail of whoopee
parties, love, hate and disillusion i>
. U nu'.ly mixed lor the n.
picture public in Arthur Somers
. -penthouse.'' the Metro-
Goldwyn-Mayer Cosmopolitan pro-
duction which play- Sunday and
lay at the ':. v.. nue Tl
The picture l- a vivid porl
of modern life In N> York, of life
.:i Mad Manhattan StS on
. ps, ,.: polltli ai plotting,
tine romancea darnm reve-
lation of the merry-go-round ol
..: in the world- wicked)
*
The drive recent!'. *d by
the Miami chapter of Senior Ha-
san tor the purpose ol raising
one thousand dollars for the Ila-
dassah University Hospital at the
Hebrew University at Jerusalem i.s
ill on. The local organization is
attempting to raise the quota set
ocally by the end of April.

Diamond ball practice for the
r
BiirdinQ's
MIAMI A SALE
Delicious Jellies
Sunshine Fruits in a tasty assortment of flavors for dis-
criminating tastes At prices far below their real worth.
Individual si/.e. A dozen ............................. 89c
8-oi. Tumblers. A dozen ......................... $2.00
16-oz. Tumblers. A dozen ......................... S3.00
23lb. Box
Sunshine
Special
Grapefruit. Oranges, crystal-
lized citrus fruit, and jel-
ley ......... S1.98
STREET FLOOR
sisting ot Jews and Non-Jews, arc
being concluded and win be an-
nounced m oui sue. The
group will ,: "'
dresses, which will be foUowed by
round table discussion, from Jewish
and non-Jewish clergymen, The
purposi aboul a better
understanding ol the principles ol
Jewish faith and practice.

The Miami i iapt< r i I the Coun-
cil oi Jewls Worm n I gether with
the local Ju nor Council will hold a
joint bem I i'; "5 ""'
Alcazar Hi i Wedm lay evening,
April 18th a' tl Hi el with
Mrs Harry I. Magid In charge of
arrangements for the 3enior Chap-
ter and Mi S Mai |0lil Pi 'inner In
charge lor the Junior chapter.
There will be prizes awarded for
high scon s and refn shmenU will
i. served 1 hi public I united to
attend.

Sunday i Vpril JJnc
David Sisterhood will sponsor a
congregation dinner al Its Talmud
Torah Hall to which the public is
Invited. M;> J. En li chargi
of thi' committee Ol arrange:.
Junior Hadassah will be hi
io member
, j, oilier' meeting of the year
remple Israel Sisterhood will be in- Monday evenn Vprl 16th al
-tailed at a formal luncheon to be ,.(.||l ]);|Ucj Ta|mu{| Torah. at tl
held at Kaplan Hall on May Till (
a verj li
Plans lor the formal dedication been arranged with Rabbi Max Sha-
of the chairs now being Installed a. pn,, ;,.. gui
he Miami Jewish Orthodox ('on- terlainmeni will be provided and
ition will be anounced soon refreshments will !* served.
rhey include addresses by promi-
Jewish and non-Jewish lay- complete
men and clergy. Mr. Philip Berko- |,,- junior H
i- tlie committee In chai
JOHN IIAKKYMOKK
teams oi the Young Men's Hehri w
Association will be held al Flamin-
go Park. Miami Beach beginning
promptly at 2 p. m Sunday April
15th. All members are urged to at-
tend,

The ol!leer., recently elected by
dollar dinner which is to be
Sunday evening, April 22i
Auby's Lagoon in Miami i>
An elaborate program ol
talnment has been an.
orchestral music will be hirnlsr'J
lor dancing. Decorations vrtll
the spring mode.
Reservations may be rnadi
Mr.-. Jasper Cronier and Ml
ham Fair, co-chairmen ol th
HIT.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Grosi
family who spent the winter ;
Miami returned to their home |
Quincy, Mass., last week. Wi...
Mr. Grossman was Qabbal
Miami Jewish Orthodox c |
tion and an active worker In .
hall.
Mr-. M. Segal of MontgOn
Ala., arrived here V7(
'ii spend sometime with her dan
ter and son in law Rabl
David I. Rosenbloom.
Joseph M. Fine
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Associated With
Philbrick
Funeral I Iomes
PHONES 2-34565-3311
of an ingements, He will be a.
by the entire Board oi the
and a committee repn
mg the Ladles Auxiliary- of the
regation,
Tin- meeting oi the local Bnai
Brith Lodge scheduled lor Thurs-
day evening April 19th has been in-
definitely postponed according to
an anouncemenl by Mr. w. L. Wil-
liams, president of the local 1

Mrs, Lena Simon and Miss Mary-
Barber who are attending a State
Convention of tlie Order of Eastern
Star, representing Emunah chap-
ter, are expected to return to the
city the latter part of this week,

Plans for a Seminar group con-

\,lult. 2".
< Inlilrrn 10c
Boi offif.
open
p.m. sundiiv
Phone 2-6SSI Evenings 20c
Sun. and Men.. Iprll 15-16
MYRNA I.OY
WARNER BAXTER
"Penthouse"
i
White Oak Leather
|Half Soles 5()c|
LADIES REELS ....... 1*
I ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP |
240 N. t First Av. Opp Corlu B
IL-JOLPI-I------|'^ISL2
HEIDELBERG
BEER GARDEN
DINNER
60c up
COMBS FUNERAL SKUVICI
is a non-denominational instill
tion. serving all classes aK
creeds. The family is assnw
perfect conformation to *
rituals of each church or lodp
dumpang
TAKKS PLEASURE IN INTRODUCING
Jockey Club Beer
"A Local Product By Local People"
<>\ SALE
Saturday April, 14th
"BREWED RIGHT"
"AC HI) RIGHT"


iFriday. April 13, 1934
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
l-l'HI.ISIIKIt KVERY FRIDAY
b> Ihc
|j kwis.ii PLORIDIAN im m isninc. co.
P. O. Uux 2973
I Miami. Florida Phone 2-1183
.......1:1 \i. OFFICES:
S. W. I SI h Avenue Phone 2-1183
.1. LOUIS SIIOCHET. Editor
|FHE1 K. SIIOCHET. Circulation Manager
;.-\NTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN,
Field Representative
Entered u Mecond clnss matter July 4,
1930. at thi' Poat Of fire at Miami, Florida
pnelpr tl c Act of March 3. 1879.
WFST PALM BEACH
SAMUEL SCHUTZER
Representative
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN,
Representative
ORLANDO
SYLVIA BERMAN
Representative
TAMPA, FLA.:
MRS. M. H. KISLER
Representative
SUBSCRIPTION
|i\ Month*
Year
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Vol. 7Xo.
FRIDAY, MARCH
15
18, 1934
Page Three
he would instantly have become the
victim of a barrage of invective
that would have forced his resigna-
tion. But Mr. Conboy, distinguished
friend of President Roosevelt, and
intimate of Cardinal Hays, finds no
embarrassment In publicly ac-
knowledging his desire to be of aid
to those who share his faith. It is
strange that Jews should adopt a
code of honor which has no mean-
ing to other Americans, who have a
religious faith and who are proud
publicly to identify themselves with
that faith, whether it be politically
or otherwise. (Baltimore Times)
Time for Govern-
ment Action
U not her Medical
Triumph
Thr names of Dr. Louis Bach-
ch and Dr. Albert Goldstein ol
altimore are about to be added to
it' list oi medical pioneers who
ve added to the comfort and
resisting possibilities of
ankind. They are reported to
ive perfected a new anaesthetic,
lied evipana, that makes opera-
ins more convenient and safer
i to the patient and to the doc-
r. Working in a field that is con-
intly engaging the efforts of the
id's foremost research scientists,
esc- two physicians have made a
luable contribution whose ulti-
Ite worth will be decided in the
Dling veais. The creation of this
aesthetic by Drs. Bachrach and
Id i' in is not, in it.selt. an item
Jewish news, except as it may be
lated to the situation in Ger-
any a.s well as to certain Incidents
the United States. In the Reich.
nstant emphasis is placed upon
destruction ol German values
Jews and mention is completely
mated ol the scores Of men and
men who have made possible the
Vival cii tens ol thousands ol
rmans Christians. In our own
intry, the medical schools apply
id .standards of admittance thai
v particularly applicable to Jews.
should be worthy oi an editorial
te al least that Jews dedicate
emselves to an ideal regardless of
ie difficulties ]>ut in their way
d regardless of the lack of ap-
in with which their efforts
met.
in:
By placing a ban on the showing
in Germany ol the Metro-Goldwyn-
Mayer Him, "The Prizefighter and
the Lady," the Nazi Government
has very definitely committed an
unfriendly act against the United
States and her citizens, what Is In-
volved is not the proscription of
products owned by German Jews
bm a confiscation ol the property
Ol American citizens. Will Hie State
Department arouse Itsell from Its
extraordinary lethargy and take ac-
tion similar to thai adopted by Sir
John Simon. British Foreign Secre-
tary, When thc> English film, Cath-
erine the ('.real." was ordered re-
moved from German motion picture
houses? The Reich publicly admits
that it has banned the American
motion picture because it shows
Max Baer, of California Jewish
stock. We have no particular pride
in Max Baer as B screen actor or a.s
a Jew. but the action oi Germany
is exactly the thing against which
the American Government i-s sup-
posed to protect it- citizens on
foreign soil. We trust that the
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer organization
will use every effort to nine the
State Repartmenl to action. Ameri-
can citizens, regardless of creed, will
fail to understand If the violation
Of American property rights is per-
mitted to occur without vigorous
and unmistakable protest.
A benefit card party will be given
by the Beth El Sisterhood on Sun-
day evening April 22nd, at the
Horton Inn.
Mrs. Maurice Dickson entertain-
ed B number of her friends at a
kiddy party Wednesday evening at
her home. Delicious refreshments
were served.
THE
CHA!
A Dutch supper for the benefit of
the Beth El building fund is plan-
ned for Sunday evening April 29th.
by the Beth El Sisterhood.
If somebody has "put something
over" on you, remember there are.
at a very conservative estimate, one
hundred and twenty-five million
people in America who have never
done you wrong or played you a
single nasty trick.
If you have tried to do something
C*- Ppf'p!*C|Siif,o? ant' fa''ed. you are vastly better off
^t. IClUSUUIg iban if you had tried to do nothing
NntP<5 an Rabbi A. S. Klemfeld will speak
on "The Boon of Public Worship.
And What The Synagogue Can Do
For Us," at the Friday Eve. services
commencing at 8 o'clock, at Con-
ation Bnai Israel, 921 9th St,
No. Friends are invited. if your business rival plays more
-.< 11 and lake- mure \ a. al ions than
The Entertainment and Card you do. you have more time to at-
Party given last Sunday Eve. by the tend to the needs and whims of his
If your efforts are criticized, you
must at least have tried to do
something worth while, well enough
to attract attention and you may
learn something '.ah,able.
Judaic Council drew the largest
crowd of the season, and was a big
success.
customers than lie has.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Lipman left for
Brockton. Mass.. alter a pleasant
visit with their parents Mr. and
Mrs. Abraham Frye. who are win-
tering here.
II your neighbor drives a better
car than you. thai doesn't make
your old boat run an, the worse.
As the jingle of the sleigh bells
responded in the crisp winter air,
the hopeful one heaved a deep sigh
for the benefit of the man at her
side.
What's the matter. Miss Simp-
son?" he inquired.
She managed a Betty Boop ripple
in her throat. "Nobody loves me,
and my hands are cold."
"You don't need to suffer from
that.'' replied her companion, in
his most comforting tones. "God
loves youand you can sit on your
hands."
SandersBefore we were marri-
ed, just 20 years ago, my wife and
ed that I should decide on all
major matters, and she would de-
cide on all minor one
HermanHow did it turn out?
SandersSo far, no major mat-
ters have come up.
It is not such a difficult matter
to get up in the world \\ you nevi i
jive up In it.
Tampa, Fla.
Notes
Miss Florence Haimovitz. daugh-
ter oi Mr and Mrs. Ben Haimovitz,
24o Watrous am., has been elected
a member oi the- Theta Sigma Pin
honorary journalistic fraternity al
.Syracuse, N, Y.. where she is a
junior.
West Palm Beach
Notes
\atholic For
1at holies
I
Palm Beach Lodge No. 114'i B'nal
Brith held installation of officers
last Sunday night al the beautiful
Dixie Gardens. The ex-president
acted as Installing officer, Dancing
followed the meeting. The affair
was enjoyed by a large gathering of
Bnai Brith members, their wives
and friends.
Miss Pauline Hosenblatl and MISS
Adelaide Bloch were chosen as
rs for the recently organized
nukes club at the home ol Miss
Rosenblatt's Mondaj evening, April
9th, at which time they had an In-
formal dance and open house.
MiSS Fiances Maas ha.- returned
to her studies at Cloudier collegl
after spending the holidays with
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. .Sol Maai
ParsonDo you take this woman
to be your lawful wedded wife till
death do you part?
BridegroomDon't I get any time
off for good behavior?
"My dear, what Is meant by the
expression, the average' man'?"
"An average man, precious one. is
one who Isn't as good as his wife
thinks he Is before she marries him.
and not so bad as she thinks he is
afterwards."
"The air belong- to the common
people!" shouted a speaker in a talk
on radio control. Well, keep your
shirt on. brother; they've been get-
ting ii all along.
II someone hould be so impolite
as to call you a fool, go into the
and meditate. He may be
right.
II your competitor gets business
by unscrupulous, unfair methods,
he can't hold it that way.
It you don't get everything you
want, think of the things you don't
get that you don't want.
If the world laughs at you, you
have a right to laugh right back at
it, It's just as funny as you are.
II a dull day comes along. It
gives you time to think out plans to
make the next one brighter.
n connection with the agitation
> and con that is now circulating
roughout the United States in re-
rd to the launching of Jewish
htieal projects, u is Interesting to treasurer- and o. P.
The annual meeting of the United
Jewish Welfare Bureau was held
last week. The message of president
Joe Mendell reporting on activities
of the organization for the past
year was favorably received. The
following were elected as officers
lor the term ol 1934-38. Joe Men-
dell, president; Sam A. Goldstein,
vice president; Maurice Dickson,
secretary; Dr. Barney Blicher. fin-
ancial secretary; Chas. S. Wax.
Gruner, J.
A surprise farewell dinner for
Miss Sadie Eilfield who is return-
ing to her home in Watertown. N.
Y.. after spending the winter here
as the guests of her cousins. Mr. and
Mrs. Simon Marks was given her
by a group ol friends recently at the
El Dorado Inn. The dinner table
was centered with a large bowl oi
pink roses and other garden flow-
i rs
te the remarks made last week | Sneider. Sam Goldman. H. Sirkln,
Martin Conboy, noted New York and D. Feldman trustee-.
Mrs. Mary Schrebnick and Dr.
Carl N. Herman were elected a
honorary members.
Iwvcr. and now United States At-
rnev for the Southern District of
ew York, m succession to George
Medalie, Mr. Conboy is a Cath-
ie, who enjoys one of the highest
Bitions In the Church. In adelivsi -
B an organization of Catholic
| fryers, Mr. Conboy expressed the
|iel thai there were not sufficient
Um:: iits on his staff and
I m he would soon remedy that de-
lency, Had such a statement been
di- by a Jewish u. S. Attorney ai-
lUng assistants of his own faith,
Congregation Beth-El held an im-
portant meeting Wednesday night
in brother John Wolf's home on
Kami..a Drive. Congregational mat-
ters were discussed.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith were
host to a number oi friends al a
"Chumatz" midnight supper In their
turday night
Mr.-. Jacob Wittner wa.- elected
president of the Robert E. Lee P.-T.
A. Thursday afternoon, April 5th.
this Is Mrs. Wittner- second term
as president.
M. H. A. have received so iai
twenty or more em lies for their
annual bridge tournament to be
Jield at the Y. M. H. A. building, Mas- and a daughter in Russia.
Ross and Nebraska avenues, Tues-
day evening, April 24th. Special in-
vitations have been extended to the1
members ol Temple Rodoph Sholom
auxiliary and the Sisterhood ot
Temple Schaarai Zedek. The gen-
eral public ai.-o is Invited.
The committee in charge com-
prises Dr. J. Leon Swartz, Mr.
Adolph Weil, and Mr. J. Silverman.
all of whom will receive reserva-
David Stein. Mrs. O. Falk, Mrs. M.
Falk, a brother. Mr. Nathan Smith,
all of Tampa, a brother in Boston,
New York Legislature Shifts
Primary Day To Avoid Con-
flict With Yom Kippur
A floor show entertainment pro-
gram will be a feature of the cabaret
ball to be given aturday night.
April 14th. by the Y. M. H. A. oi
Tampa Manuel Sanchez. Claude
Harris MelTJ makers and other or-
chestras will provide music, and
those to appear In the show will
include Mi.-s Gamble and Master
Herbert Steinberg, dancers; Mr
Meyer Stoun, violinist; Miss Lulu
1'ividal. dancer; Mr. Sam Verkauf,
vocalist, and the Havan
ri ervatlon are beta
ceived by Mr. Julius Silverman,
Tel. M-58-333.
'l he Merry Fellows club
lions. Mrs. R H. Alderman, jr. will
direct the play and prizes will be
awarded to all members o fthe win-
ning team
New entries are' Miss Rosa Free-
man. Oscar Verkauf, Miss Florence
Steinberg. Adolph Well, Miss Beck
Abramovitz, Julius Silverman, Mr.
and Mrs. I. Kessler, Miss Bernic !
Wolf. Dr. and Mrs. L. S. Augustine.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Uinan. Dr Sam
Bergman, iss Lena Stem. Miss Ruth
Finman. Dr and Mrs I R. Einbir-
der, and Mr. and Mrs. Irving Sals-
bury.
The club has taken the Green
Lantern at Indian Rocks beach for
three months, beginning June 10th,
and several parties are being plan-
ned during their stay
Funeral services lor Mr. Moses
Smith 77. pioneer resident of Tam-
pa were held from the home. 1905
Central Ave., Friday afternoon al
4 o'clock. Burial was m Rodoph
Sholom Cemetery and Rabbi Adolph
Eurger officiated.
Mr. Smith Is survived by a son
Mr. Leo Smith, a daughter Mrs.
Smlndel, three sisters, Mrs
Albany, N. Y.In order not to
disfranchise Jewish voters, the
state legislature has passed a law
changing the date of the state pri-
mary from Tuesday, September 18.
to Thursday. September 13. The
Secretary of State had fixed Sep-
tember 18 as primary day. but it was
later found that that date would
prevent thousands of Jews from
voting because it coincided with the
eve of Yom Kippur.
Police Disperse Mob of
.">,000 Saloniki Jews Seeking
Free Passover Food
Saloniki. Mounted police were
needed to disperse a mob of 5.000
poverty-stricken Jews who stormed
the offices of the Jewish commun-
ity here on the eve of Passover de-
manding free matzoth and other
Pa-sover food. The kehillah had
only $1,000 with which to buy Pass-
over food for 20.000 Jews who had
asked help. When it became known
that the Kehillah's funds were ex-
hausted thousands of Jews con-
verged on the kehillah office but
were driven away by the police. The
Jewish demonstration was utilized
by the local anti-Semites who at-
tacked the headquarters of the
Jewish -ports club. Maccabee, break-
ing windows and doing other dam-
age.
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THE JEWISH FLORI DJAN
Friday. April 13. 1934
if we
iSaiMn ^ynagng SttUtttts
*
+
+
? Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
+ m< of America
* Sunday Mornings___________VTIOD, Miami, Florida
+ Vol. IV. SUNDAY. APRIL 8. 1934 No H
you
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"A New Religion or Religion Anew?"
Scripture Reading. Psalm LXXXII. and Mi. ah Chapter VI. verve* 6-8.
Inclusive.
One da;. : :'- :: : '''-? a
f first 1 :-
will be ElorUied enough if we live as brothers and .1 we do Jt
e love of one for the other.
Where you find worship extolled abovr human rij
find God taking precedence over man. it Is no.
,,:. courageous enough to fight against O '*
hts. mat is not heresy. It is no >' Divine Truth.
It core of Religion. .
-.:..: hes that all laws w( n for mans benefl
proper habitat.on for God's creatun Worship. wh 1
:, to a spiritual state of "
:. to serve his fellowmen.-worship
worship as a
Deity who thrives on praise or flattery, i
No it is not a new religion thai
:, of all true re!: ION
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artl li : D. lini Ol Re..... n c;; I to one ol th pa I ... md. In Uni
... tzlne was a sheet of notepaper upoi sl revise our business codes, our indu
down somi thought! A I tnote read. -This was jotted a week be-
fore tl
art! le and of our friend's notations
. And. I co noi
Be ..:.:
to bull In ecause. further. 1
xpress tl
day. 1 ttings ai '---
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:. en read Hi writes.
& : ::.:.. I K Ti ligl D .. -I tn-
now.
Strlpi ban I 'r-
ions. If God is. as I truly believe He is. he c 1
au ni In 1
:.:.: ::. adV( itil U I I ::.'
nt icpected. by
;c laws, and our soci... level President R.
work. He is doing more to check the d.
>f preachers.
pl iblem
church and c:
... hthi I. him lv. Mm 1
h? But. when, teps to the I
led man by the thr<
. :: :. Ml Av. Citizei
.. Bi) -hat it mu
ipon that president :
. -: IS.
Man is too ei ': '
>1 H aven The 1 nlj onvli ii
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d n< TJ an b mi di
1
nee. I have 1 ..... an- enough made a hei] : ;- ovaki ip you men ol
emotioi of adoration for the Sub- true goal of Religioi
An 'vord of .
Goc I nscienci B tei tor deliverance, be
1 the prophets and priests cf all time,
ervi Do I heed 11 I find mj 1 -ace. and. of a:: Divine Attrl-
b ites, than
"I am not in consonance with fei......nj
vati tabus, exhort-
ing followei find God along particular or exclu iv< paths."
I a::. ::.;.-.::ed to agree with our friend in
mark thai n< :- :" being born". Rath-
er than b --:"' Thi truth 1 bi 1 tab-
Unl rtunai they are
. ar.d para-':::c gn v..
elvei to the body of religion 11
lous Tree th not been
by 1 Ii '' '
soms though, a ippear, new fungi at) em. I repeat we
need not a ni bul rather tc
man-n the beauty ar.d simplicit;
.;..- ma; led.
A
ted
: rah I thi m tnj urn prohibl-
ike back
your 1 t ...... ''' ... : '

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1 -: : It .' in he aloni 1 ::-' "
Goc requestli mce. God 1
Law to bi '- -; ;- tnen 'ore
See the Primitive Everglades at
OPEN DAILY TkK IT O A IP I P OPEN DAILY
and SUNDAY 1V1 U kJ i\ I O L L and SUNDAY
SEMINOLE INDIAN VILLAGE
Leaderahlp CHIEF WILLIAM M.klNIFY OSCBOLA
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Go We.t on PLAGLBR ST. to ITTB AVI., Turn North
Largest Collection of Captive Alligators and Crocodiles
COMPLETE FLORIDA SWAMP ZOO AND MUSEUM
See Cowboy Bill, a Real Seminole Indian. Wrath the Alligator
Indian Trading Post-Handiwork far Sale
TO GET THERE Take An? Por-HIra ( ar
nd North on 27th \v
it l)n>e
nue
WeM
Fla
n to earth They
.-. th tatemei ii beyoi engl
Hi
and
: 101 nd the Hi He strei
upon
Ten Cora peopli ho had
complained and I : :
you and thi I ke back. 1 ne."
::. m the n earth
mi:. ha : addi
been losi thi In-
sigi.. portanl thi
.:. -
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'>od in a :
mor' :.- Ol
God :.oral conduct and .
practl oju-
. :. : mi d as their
t itself to thi
: the pla:.
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the populace remains meek and is easily plucked by 1
re-
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April 13, 1934
THE
SOCIETY

last
*e
he
meeting of the Miami
|r of Senior Hadassah held
! a nominating commit-
ommend officers for the
was chosen and con-
Mesdames Krieger, Sam
| \i. x Goldstein, Gcr-
11;111. Anna Magid and Louis
The first luncheon for the
the Hadassah Penny
i mkI will be held the
fk in April with Mrs. Rimer
I ii arrangements. The
jimc and place will be an-
ln an early issue.

and Mrs. David I. Rosen-
: Hciii Jacob Congregation
living congratulations on the
a baby daughter last Mon-
!.' ,ii ihe St. Francis Hospi-
b Beach. The baby will be
I : vices in the Synagi
\w morning. Following the
Rabbi will be host to
p: aiion at "Klddush."
Mother and baby are resting nice-
ly.

Miss Mildred Clem who was the
guest of her parents during Pass-
over returned to the State College
lor Women at Tallahassee last Sat-
urday night.

A regular bi-weekly card party of
the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation will
be held at the Synagogue next
Tuesday evening April 17th begin-
ning at 8 p. m. with Mrs. Cha.s.
Feldman and Mrs. Harry Kotkin as
the hostesses. Prizes will be award-
ed for high scores and refreshments
will be served. The public is invited
> attend.
Page B
Chosen Cantor of Beth Jacob
Synagof for 4th consecutive
term.
COUNTY REGISTRATION
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when 383 person.-, added their names
to I he books in the office ol Carl
Holmer, jr.. supervisor, seventh
floor of the court house. The books
will be open through April 30.
T. W. Stewart, deputy in charge
oi the registration boojes. empha-
sized that all persons desiring to
vote in the elections June 5 and
June 26 must re-register under the
law which require.- new registration
books every two years.
Poll taxes tor 1932 and 1933 may
lie paid on the -econd floor I I the
courthouse on or before May 19.
PAN-AMERICAN DAY Witt
HELP I B.-CUBAN TIES
Niu bonds ot friendship between
Cuba and the United States will be
welded here today when the island
republic officially join- Miami in
celebration oi Pan-American day.
The Cuban government last week
responded to an Invitation to at-
tend by ordering a warship, military
airplanes, detachments ol service
men and government officials to
come here lor ii.e observance.
A military parade and an educa-
tional drama in Baylront park.
both expected by the sponsors to
surpass all such previous events
staged here, will be outstanding
events.
The parade, in which marines
from Port Everglades will partici-
pate with the Cuban military de-
tachments, will move eastward from
the bridge in W. Flagler si. at 7
p. m.i and will be followed by a
Cuban National band concert in
Bayfront park and the presentation
of "Cuba Libre." an eight-scene
dramatization of Cuban history
written by Dr. Barbara Ring of
Miami Beach.
PHONE 5-1819
Ministers and Kabbis Act To
Push National Obesrvance
Of Brotherhood Bay
New York.Jewish rabbis and
Protestant and Catholic ministers
in many parts of the country have
informed the National Conference
of Jews and Christians that they
will cooperate whole-heartedly in
observing Brotherhood Day on April
29th.
Announcement of Erotherhod Day
was made last week by Rev. Dr. S.
Parkes Cadman. chairman, who
stressed that the movement will aim
to effect closer cooperation among
those of various faiths. Since the an-
nouncement was made. Jewish and
Christian lay and religious leaders
throughout the country have stated
that they have begun preparations
for making the occasion a notable
event in the progress of religious
tolerance.
Indicative of the reaction to i
Brotherhood Day are the state- |
incuts made by the Jewish and i
Christian ministry of Wmston-
Salem, N. c. "Misunderstanding,
hatreds, prejudice and intolerance
can be dissolved only through the
medium ol personal association and
mutual enlightenment, through
wholehearted attempts to foster
understanding and cooperation," de-
clared Rabbi Myer .i. Simon, i be-
lieve the Brother;.ood Day spon-
sored by the National Conference
oi Jews and Christians should be
wholly desirable by all people and
I shall be happy to do my part to
assist you in this project m any way
I can."
Rev. Douglas L. Rights, pastor ol
Trinity Moravian Church announc-
ed that he will commend the pro-
posal for observance of Brotherhood
Day to the other ministers of Win-
Ston-Salem. "National issues de-
mand whole-hearted loyalty from
each group, and the welfare of
each group is in some way affect-
ed by the genera] condition of our
country." Mr. Rights declared. "The
proposed day set apart lor the pur-
pose oi bringing these three largest
and most Influential religious bodies
into harmonious support ot the
country'.^ best Interests meets with
my hearty approval."
Various ministers throughout the
country who participate in radio
programs have announced their in-
tention of utilizing pan oi their
program to furthering the move-
ment for national observance of
Brotherhood Day.
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Page 2 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday April 13 1 1 SOCIETY PLAYING AT THl TIVOLl 1HEATRI Mr. and Mrs. Morris Weln of Rockway, N v.. whi winter season In Miami left to return to his home la.-Sunday morning. En route they of Mrs H \V. Cohen Who operatea kosher hotel and tourist home at Waltcrboro. S. C. Mr Welnstock l-s one of the most active supporters oi the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation during his winter stay in Miami. • • • A meeting 01 the I I Ecth David Sisterhood will be held in the form of a luncheon at lorah Hall on Uednesday April 18 11. Mesdames Louis Weinkle and Wm Robinson will be the hosof the entiro membership will follow at 2 p. 111 to which all are invited. A social hour will conclude the meeting. • • • A meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary 01 the Jewish Welfare Bureau will %  Id at Kaplan Hall next Monday April 16th beginning a; J p. m. when tlie report ol the nominating committee will be presented. Elections ol officers will follow, A hour will be held with Mrs. Morris Uubier m charge, Im the bu^ines* session. • • • Mr. and MrJack Apte gave a party at their homi ai 792 N. w. 18th S Ing the celebration ol their tenth wedding anniversary. 1 'hi toll 'in attendance: Mr. and Mis. Mini ay Apte. of Miami; Mr, and Mrs Albert Apte. : Miami; Mr and Mr.-. Shenkel of New York City; Miss Sj kel, of New York City: Mrs. H. Miami: Mn El U til. of Brooklyn. N Y Mr Jack 01 Brooklyn, N v Ml \nna Elstein. ol Brooklyn. N. Y. and Mrs. Ruth Frank.-, ol Mil Tele lions were received from friends a:..! relations from New York. Baltimore, Denver, etc. • • Thrills, pathos, comedy am! romance are deftly combined, it is aid. lo make "Nighl Flight," coming lo the Tivoli Theatre Sunday and Monday, one ot the reatesl productions Ol the season. Certainly Director Clarence Brown has placed ill it a multi-Star cast ol remarkable proportions. The players include John Ba: ryuiore. Helen Hayes, Clark Gable. Lionel Barrymore. Robert Montgomery, Myrna Loy, William Gargan, 0 Henry Gordon and Leslie Fenton. 'Hie story 1.announced as the most authentic and most human •ale of the night air mail ever written. It is from the pen o! Ant-om. li Salnt-Exupery, himself a pilot over the very air line In South. America so vividly described 111 the a Iking picture • • • A Manhattan cocktail of whoopee parties, love, hate and disillusion i> U nu'.ly mixed lor the n. picture public in Arthur Somers -penthouse.'' the MetroGoldwyn-Mayer Cosmopolitan production which playSunday and lay at the % %  :. v.. nue Tl The picture La vivid porl of modern life In N> York, of life .:i Mad Manhattan StS on ps, ,.: polltli ai plotting, tine romance—a darnm revelation of the merry-go-round ol ..:• %  in the worldwicked) • • The drive recent!'. *d by the Miami chapter of Senior Hasan tor the purpose ol raising one thousand dollars for the Iladassah University Hospital at the Hebrew University at Jerusalem i.s •ill on. The local organization is attempting to raise the quota set ocally by the end of April. • • • Diamond ball practice for the r BiirdinQ's MIAMI • %  J. En li %  %  % %  chargi of thi' committee Ol arrange:. Junior Hadassah will be hi io member • j, oilier meeting of the year remple Israel Sisterhood will be inMonday evenn Vprl 16th al -tailed at a formal luncheon to be ,. ( ||l ]);|Ucj Ta | mu{ | Torah. at tl held at Kaplan Hall on May Till ( A verj li Plans lor the formal dedication been arranged with Rabbi Max Shaof the chairs now being Installed a. pn,, ;,.. gui •he Miami Jewish Orthodox ('onterlainmeni will be provided and ition will be anounced soon refreshments will !*• served. rhey include addresses by promi• • • Jewish and non-Jewish laycomplete men and clergy. Mr. Philip Berko|,,junior H itlie committee In chai JOHN IIAKKYMOKK teams oi the Young Men's Hehri w Association will be held al Flamingo Park. Miami Beach beginning promptly at 2 p. m Sunday April 15th. All members are urged to attend, • • • The ol! leer., recently elected by dollar dinner which is to be Sunday evening, April 22i Auby's Lagoon in Miami i>„ An elaborate program ol talnment has been an. orchestral music will be hirnlsr'J lor dancing. Decorations vrtll the spring mode. Reservations may be rnadi Mr.-. Jasper Cronier and Ml ham Fair, co-chairmen ol th HIT. Mr. and Mrs. S. Grosi family who spent the winter ; Miami returned to their home | Quincy, Mass., last week. Wi... Mr. Grossman was Qabbal Miami Jewish Orthodox c | tion and an active worker In hall. Mr-. M. Segal of MontgOn Ala., arrived here V7( 'ii spend sometime with her dan ter and son in law Rabl David I. Rosenbloom. Joseph M. Fine FUNERAL DIRECTOR Asso ci ated With Philbrick Funeral I Iomes PHONES 2-3456—5-3311 of an ingements, He will be a. by the entire Board oi the and a committee repn mg the Ladles Auxiliaryof the regation, Tinmeeting oi the local Bnai Brith Lodge scheduled lor Thursday evening April 19th has been indefinitely postponed according to an anouncemenl by Mr. w. L. Williams, president of the local 1 • • • Mrs, Lena Simon and Miss MaryBarber who are attending a State Convention of tlie Order of Eastern Star, representing Emunah chapter, are expected to return to the city the latter part of this week, • • • Plans for a Seminar group con\,lult. 2". < Inlilrrn 10c Boi offif. open p.m. sundiiv Phone 2-6SSI Evenings 20c Sun. and Men.. Iprll 15-16— MYRNA I.OY WARNER BAXTER "Penthouse" i White Oak Leather |Half Soles 5()c| LADIES REELS 1* I ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP | 240 N. t First Av. 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% & Jewish IFIIoiriid!ibi in lol. 7—No. 15 1*O R IDA'S ONLY JEWISH WE EKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA. I Kl DAY, APRIL 13, 1934 [Jewish News Around The World Local Brewery Today And Starts Sales Tomorrow Price five Cent! Beach Shul Elects Officers ••• I Announcements! L i kin-Jew ID Ili-ad Congress I'robc ill Nazis as Dickstein Stops Aside I Washington, D. c—Bowing to the l ; i Boycott i'.\ york Declaring thai the ret from Washington regarding effect ol the boycott on the deIon Hi the Nazi Government to anti-Semitic policy is inI %  a smoke screen. Samuel termyer, chairman ol the NonItaiian Anti-Nazi League, urged |t Jews not only continue the oil but also the protest meetol the type that was held real Madison Square Garden. k< n port," Mr. Untermyer radiopom the ship which is bringing II Ne York from California. D' in that our only effeeweapon againsi Hltlerlsm is assuming world-wide propori. Disgusted with those false fllors within our own ranks would halt now. We may lose lhat has been gained." Alter months of intensive preparation the Hialeah Brewing Co all i locally owned and employing none but local union labor will place H product -Jockey club Eeei on the market tomorrow, Sale an in charge oi the Florida Sugar Distributors, headed by the well known Jewish communal worker Sain Blank, and arrangements have hem made so that the beer winch has line January Will be Obtainable nearly everywhere In the Greater Miami area, Constructi d ol reinforced and com rete the building cost more than (200,000, is one ol the mosi sanitary brewing Ii hmi ni.s m the South and ... b able to produce thirty thousand barrels annually, Frederick \> Schleifer, recentlj ol New one ol the !)• i known brewm is in chai %  ol the produ II in i a perfect brew, properly 01;ice i.. ol the company are Joe B. Tharp. president, J. J, Jones, secretary-treasurer, and c Barr, vice president. The brewery Is located at Palm Ave. Hialeah Park and Is eii 1 11 for inspection to the public. Things move so rapidly, and in At a special meeting ol the memsuch kaleidoscopic fashion that it b,ls of B ''"' Jacob Congregation, is hard to keep up with the times. Particularly is tins true as regards lews throughout the entire world. Jsh Doctors Find Partial Cure for Heart Disease n York. Discovery of permareliel for sufferers from anpectorls i heart disease) by rehe entire thyroid gland ot •Ufferers has been reported to |annual meeting of the Federaof American Societies for Exlental Biology by Dr. Herman Dumgarl ol the Harvard MediBchool and Dr. David D. Berlin lie Research Laboratories of the Israel Hospital in Boston. The Bh physicians announced that |removal of the thyroid gland 'M sufferers of angina pectora effected striking and permarellef, rlin.—For the first time in its ry the Berlin kehillah sponsorjblic seders In various sections erlin for those Jews who were %  daily unable to have them at Rabbi's Appeal Meets Response At Yizkor services in the Miami jew Ish Orthodox Congi Saturday morning a stirring sermon bj Rabbi Washer resulted In the raising ol funds to purchase and completely equip the Synagogue with opeia chairs The chairs winch have already been purchased and installation of which will begin next Monday morning, will bear upon the il each chair the name ol nor or the name ol a depart ed in Whose memory the chair was donated. A suitable design for these plates Is now being prepared, the donation Of a seal al the Synagogue thus enableone to establish a perpetual memorial at the exceedingly low cost ot only three dollars. 1 he price was set by the officers so that all might be in a position to establish such memorial. The purchase ol the seat will nol give one the exclusive right to occupy such seats at holidays or any other time, according to an announcement by the officers. Those desiring to establish memorials may communicate with the officers, During the past season sufficient funds were raised to purchase new Safer Torah and to make other improvements to the Synagogue. Plans for the summer season will be announced shortly. RADIO 8YNAGOG Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder and director of the Radio SynagOg, will preach over radio station WIOD at Even the Reform Jewish i organized seders for their members. The largest public was held under the auspices It German Zionist Federation. Teii o'clock on Sunday morning on "God's Chosen Ones". In addition to the sermon there will be prayers, music, scripture reading and a question box. One hears of amalgamations of organisations; the Joining of forces so thai mere good can inaccomplished for tincommon came of Jewry; and at the some time learns of threats to secede from such organisations, of "religious" wars amongst the Zionists, of a lack ol harmony thai betokens lack of under-landing rather than enmity. Here in Miami we are Undergoing much of the same glory. Attempt to unite Synagogues not so on long ago; concerted action town'. the common good; meetings locallj of organisations to attempt I speak for tinJewish people; Slate wide conferences to accomplish things for Judaism. And at the name time, attempts on the part of some to bridle trie speech and thought. Peculiarly, these who have always prided themselves upon their close association with nonlews are the first to he rebuffed when a closer co-operation is asked. Something can anil should be done to bring aboul a clearer understandlng of one another. Respect lor thebeliefs of another. Whether or not those coincide with "lie's own. is a prime principle of the Jewish faith. Jewry in the few times that it attempted to stifle the thought and expression of men. has done so to its own later mortification and humiliation. Certainly, at this time we Ix'lievc and agree full heartcdly, with the idea that Jewish political organizations, as such, should not be formed locally. But eau we not all agree further that a candidate's standing and belief, particularly hirecord in the past on mailers affecting Jewry at large, should lie given full and pitiless publicity. supposing, for the sake of argument, Mr ... is a candidate for an electiveoffice, and has been associated with the formation of Siher Shirt movements, or similar un-Ameriran organizations, is such record not a matter for full and complete Investigation? We should be happy, indeed, if everyone could and would agree with what we thought and believed, but still retain sufficient composure to realize the futility of such a wish. However, the Jewish Floridian. without rancor on its part, proposes at all tiirws, regardless of the opinions of individuals, to present for the information of its readers. such matters as require their attention. The Jewish Floridian. as all good papers, can only present facts and try to mold public opinion. It has never urged, las have others), that it represents and sneaks for Jewry. That is a matter for each individual Jew And those who know Jews well realize, in. PI fortunately each has a mind of his own. Miami Beach held la t Saturday night Rabbi David I. Ro.senbloom was elected as Rabbi tor a si %  ond Consecutive term, Cantor Boris Schlachman, Cantor for his fourth consecutive term and 8. 8. Slmonhoff. .sexton for tlve term Rabbi Ro.senbloom who i. graduate ol the Chli cal College came to Miami for the Holida %  .;. %  Septi n chosen I year tet... He has been successful m his work with the Synagogue and has had MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION < Orthodox) IMS S. W. Third Slr| JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi .cdtfBaaH £ wJH RABBI DAVID I. ROSEMtl.OOM capacity attendance at the Synagogue all winter. The Talmtl rah conducted by the i I .i employed a u ai hi r all season under the direction Ol the Rabbi. and a capable teaching stall al the Sunday school has operated with the Rabbi In charge. Prior to coming to Miami the Rabbi headed the Congregation a( South Haven. Mich Cantor lions Schlachman, will now begin his fourth consecutive term as Cantor ot the Congregation, having previously served % %  Cantoi of Beth David Synagogue In Mian.. and numerous Synagogues In the North. lie possesses a pleasant baritone voice which has pleased the capacity attendance at the Synagogue during the season, when he conducted the musical program during the services. Auxiliary Will Select Officers At the last meeting ol the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation held this week B nominating committee to recoin: mend officers for the coming year Was named. The committee COnsiStf jof Mcsdames Max Kupferstein. J. L. Shochet. Gertrude Pallott and N. Adelman The committee will report at the next meeting of the Auxiliary which will be held the latter part of this month. Early services begin at 6 p. in. Late services for the season have been discontinued. Tomorrow morning services begin at 9 a. m. Mincha services begin at i; p, m. followed by the Marriv service BETH DAVID CONGREGATION < ( omiervativri 139 N. W. Third A'tnn MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi BETH DAVID CONG. Early services at (i p. m. are lolby the late si rvici at 8:15 when iIn Rabbi will preach on edj oi the World Cantor Louis Hayman will chant ices. Saturday mornirvices begin at 830. The Junlor Congregation under the direcCantoi Kaminsky meets at 10:30. TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Rtform) LIT N. B. Nineteenth Strcstt DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN, Rabbi ires will be conducted at 8:15 p. in. today In Temple Israel. Edward Rubin will become Bar Mltz:;


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April 13, 1934 THE SOCIETY %  last *e he meeting of the Miami |r of Senior Hadassah held a nominating commitommend officers for the was chosen and conMesdames Krieger, Sam | \i. x Goldstein, Gcr11;111. Anna Magid and Louis The first luncheon for the the Hadassah Penny i MKI will be held the fk in April with Mrs. Rimer I ii arrangements. The jimc and place will be anln an early issue. • • • and Mrs. David I. Rosen: Hciii Jacob Congregation living congratulations on the a baby daughter last Mon!.' ,ii ihe St. Francis HospiB Beach. The baby will be I : vices in the Synagi \w morning. Following the Rabbi will be host to p: aiion at "Klddush." Mother and baby are resting nicely. • • • Miss Mildred Clem who was the guest of her parents during Passover returned to the State College lor Women at Tallahassee last Saturday night. • • • A regular bi-weekly card party of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held at the Synagogue next Tuesday evening April 17th beginning at 8 p. m. with Mrs. Cha.s. Feldman and Mrs. Harry Kotkin as the hostesses. Prizes will be awarded for high scores and refreshments will be served. The public is invited > attend. Page B Chosen Cantor of Beth Jacob Synagof for 4th consecutive term. COUNTY REGISTRATION TOTAL IS NOW 14.7(1:1 Registration for the June pnmarie .cached 14.703 yesterday + The New Air-Cooled TROLUX Gives: THE BIG FEATURES THAT HUSBANDS WANT Lowrai operating coal Permanent rilei.ee Freedom from cost!) repair* Prompt ^iicompany tervlec %  "LITTLE" CONVENIENCES THAT WIVES DEMAND prior lighting Non-stop defrosting helable freshener Trigger tro) release klilii-r grid Plentj of lee cubes % *' l inihh Spill shelf iour sincere belief ^t the New Air-Cooled Ctrolux lias more to fcr you than any other riperalor. welcome the opporBty to prove tliis by pnj: a complete demonItion -with no obliga"" your part —any Je you wish. know that this modgas refrigerator will Up to every claim. t is why we join the life pas industry in u >niendingElectrolux fou. PEOPLES GAS CO. ISHINGTON AVE. MIAMI III \i II when 383 person.-, added their names to I he books in the office ol Carl Holmer, jr.. supervisor, seventh floor of the court house. The books will be open through April 30. T. W. Stewart, deputy in charge oi the registration boojes. emphasized that all persons desiring to vote in the elections June 5 and June 26 must re-register under the law which require.new registration books every two years. Poll taxes tor 1932 and 1933 may lie paid on the -econd floor I I the courthouse on or before May 19. PAN-AMERICAN DAY Witt HELP I B.-CUBAN TIES Niu bonds ot friendship between Cuba and the United States will be welded here today when the island republic officially joinMiami in celebration oi Pan-American day. The Cuban government last week responded to an Invitation to attend by ordering a warship, military airplanes, detachments ol service men and government officials to come here lor ii.e observance. A military parade and an educational drama in Baylront park. both expected by the sponsors to surpass all such previous events staged here, will be outstanding events. The parade, in which marines from Port Everglades will participate with the Cuban military detachments, will move eastward from the bridge in W. Flagler si. at 7 p. m.i and will be followed by a Cuban National band concert in Bayfront park and the presentation of "Cuba Libre." an eight-scene dramatization of Cuban history written by Dr. Barbara Ring of Miami Beach. PHONE 5-1819 Ministers and Kabbis Act To Push National Obesrvance Of Brotherhood Bay New York.—Jewish rabbis and Protestant and Catholic ministers in many parts of the country have informed the National Conference of Jews and Christians that they will cooperate whole-heartedly in observing Brotherhood Day on April 29th. Announcement of Erotherhod Day was made last week by Rev. Dr. S. Parkes Cadman. chairman, who stressed that the movement will aim to effect closer cooperation among those of various faiths. Since the announcement was made. Jewish and Christian lay and religious leaders throughout the country have stated that they have begun preparations for making the occasion a notable event in the progress of religious tolerance. Indicative of the reaction to i Brotherhood Day are the state| incuts made by the Jewish and i Christian ministry of WmstonSalem, N. c. "Misunderstanding, hatreds, prejudice and intolerance can be dissolved only through the medium ol personal association and mutual enlightenment, through wholehearted attempts to foster understanding and cooperation," declared Rabbi Myer .i. Simon, i believe the Brother;.ood Day sponsored by the National Conference oi Jews and Christians should be wholly desirable by all people and I shall be happy to do my part to assist you in this project m any way I can." Rev. Douglas L. Rights, pastor ol Trinity Moravian Church announced that he will commend the proposal for observance of Brotherhood Day to the other ministers of WinSton-Salem. "National issues demand whole-hearted loyalty from each group, and the welfare of each group is in some way affected by the genera] condition of our country." Mr. Rights declared. "The proposed day set apart lor the purpose oi bringing these three largest and most Influential religious bodies into harmonious support ot the country'.^ best Interests meets with my hearty approval." Various ministers throughout the country who participate in radio programs have announced their intention of utilizing pan oi their program to furthering the movement for national observance of Brotherhood Day. i i i %  a %  %  i %  %  %  I Mrs. H. W. Cohen I Tourist /Ionic m KOSHER MEALS FOR I TOURISTS %  Railroad Ave. Waltcrboro. S. ('. 3j 2 Blocks Off Road 401 LINEN SUITS PROPERLY LAUNDERED As Always— "Bundles of Satisfaction" Biltmore Laundry Phone 3-3687 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. It they express their opposition to Hitlerism they are to be repressed or exterminated. The International Reliel Association, recognizing the fact that all anti-fascists have one common enemy—Hitlerism. strives to help the victims of the Nazis without regard to rare, religious beliefs, „ r political opinions. It operates along the strictest non-sectarian, non-partisan lines. Not only does the International Relief Association, through its committees m France. Sweden, Norway, Switzerland, and Czechoslovakia, help German refugees and cooperate with agencies formed for reliel oi 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. YOUR RESPONSE SHOULD BE IMMEDIATE. Make all contributions payable to Freda Kirchwey, Treasurer, Room 401, 20 Vesey Street, New York. American Committee INTERNATIONAL RELIEF ASSN. 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 17 (\ria of nd



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iFriday. April 13, 1934 TH E JEWISH FLORIDIAN THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN l-l'HI.ISIIKIt KVERY FRIDAY b> Ihc |j KWIS.II PLORIDIAN IM m isn INC. co. P. O. Uux 2973 I Miami. Florida Phone 2-1183 1:1 \i. OFFICES: S. W. I SI h Avenue Phone 2-1183 .1. LOUIS SIIOCHET. Editor |FHE1 K. SIIOCHET. Circulation Manager ;.-\NTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Field Representative Entered u Mecond clnss matter July 4, 1930. at thi' Poat Of fire at Miami, Florida pnelpr tl c Act of March 3. 1 879. WFST PALM BEACH SAMUEL SCHUTZER Representative ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN, Representative ORLANDO SYLVIA BERMAN Representative TAMPA, FLA.: MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative SUBSCRIPTION |i\ Month* Year (1.00 J2.00 Vol. 7—Xo. FRIDAY, MARCH 15 18, 1934 Page Three he would instantly have become the victim of a barrage of invective that would have forced his resignation. But Mr. Conboy, distinguished friend of President Roosevelt, and intimate of Cardinal Hays, finds no embarrassment In publicly acknowledging his desire to be of aid to those who share his faith. It is strange that Jews should adopt a code of honor which has no meaning to other Americans, who have a religious faith and who are proud publicly to identify themselves with that faith, whether it be politically or otherwise. (Baltimore Times) Time for Government Action U not her Medical Triumph Thr names of Dr. Louis Bachch and Dr. Albert Goldstein ol altimore are about to be added to it' list oi medical pioneers who ve added to the comfort and resisting possibilities of ankind. They are reported to ive perfected a new anaesthetic, lied evipana, that makes operains more convenient and safer I to the patient and to the docr. Working in a field that is conintly engaging the efforts of the •id's foremost research scientists, esctwo physicians have made a luable contribution whose ultiIte worth will be decided in the Dling veais. The creation of this aesthetic by Drs. Bachrach and Id i' in is not, in it.selt. an item Jewish news, except as it may be lated to the situation in Gerany a.s well as to certain Incidents the United States. In the Reich. nstant emphasis is placed upon destruction ol German values Jews and mention is completely mated ol the scores Of men and men who have made possible the Vival cii tens ol thousands ol rmans Christians. In our own intry, the medical schools apply id .standards of admittance thai v particularly applicable to Jews. should be worthy oi an editorial te al least that Jews dedicate emselves to an ideal regardless of ie difficulties ]>ut in their way d regardless of the lack of apin with which their efforts met. %  in: By placing a ban on the showing in Germany ol the Metro-GoldwynMayer Him, "The Prizefighter and the Lady," the Nazi Government has very definitely committed an unfriendly act against the United States and her citizens, what Is Involved is not the proscription of products owned by German Jews bm a confiscation ol the property Ol American citizens. Will Hie State Department arouse Itsell from Its extraordinary lethargy and take action similar to thai adopted by Sir John Simon. British Foreign Secretary, When thc> English film, ••Catherine the ('.real." was ordered removed from German motion picture houses? The Reich publicly admits that it has banned the American motion picture because it shows Max Baer, of California Jewish stock. We have no particular pride in Max Baer as B screen actor or a.s a Jew. but the action oi Germany is exactly the thing against which the American Government i-s supposed to protect itcitizens on foreign soil. We trust that the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer organization will use every effort to nine the State Repartmenl to action. American citizens, regardless of creed, will fail to understand If the violation Of American property rights is permitted to occur without vigorous and unmistakable protest. A benefit card party will be given by the Beth El Sisterhood on Sunday evening April 22nd, at the Horton Inn. Mrs. Maurice Dickson entertained B number of her friends at a kiddy party Wednesday evening at her home. Delicious refreshments were served. THE CHA! A Dutch supper for the benefit of the Beth El building fund is planned for Sunday evening April 29th. by the Beth El Sisterhood. If somebody has "put something over" on you, remember there are. at a very conservative estimate, one hundred and twenty-five million people in America who have never done you wrong or played you a single nasty trick. If you have tried to do something C*Ppf'p!*C|Siif o ? ant fa '' e d. you are vastly better off ^t. IClUSUUIg iban if you had tried to do nothing NntP<5 an and con that is now circulating roughout the United States in rerd to the launching of Jewish htieal projects, u is Interesting to treasurerand o. P. The annual meeting of the United Jewish Welfare Bureau was held last week. The message of president Joe Mendell reporting on activities of the organization for the past year was favorably received. The following were elected as officers lor the term ol 1934-38. Joe Mendell, president; Sam A. Goldstein, vice president; Maurice Dickson, secretary; Dr. Barney Blicher. financial secretary; Chas. S. Wax. Gruner, J. A surprise farewell dinner for Miss Sadie Eilfield who is returning to her home in Watertown. N. Y.. after spending the winter here as the guests of her cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Marks was given her by a group ol friends recently at the El Dorado Inn. The dinner table was centered with a large bowl oi pink roses and other garden flowi rs te the remarks made last week | Sneider. Sam Goldman. H. Sirkln, Martin Conboy, noted New York and D. Feldman trustee-. Mrs. Mary Schrebnick and Dr. Carl N. Herman were elected a honorary members. Iwvcr. and now United States Atrnev for the Southern District of ew York, m succession to George Medalie, Mr. Conboy is a Cathie, who enjoys one of the highest %  Bitions In the Church. In adeliv si B an organization of Catholic | fryers, Mr. Conboy expressed the |iel thai there were not sufficient Um:: iits on his staff and I m he would soon remedy that delency, Had such a statement been diby a Jewish u. S. Attorney ailUng assistants of his own faith, Congregation Beth-El held an important meeting Wednesday night in brother John Wolf's home on Kami..a Drive. Congregational matters were discussed. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith were host to a number oi friends al a "Chumatz" midnight supper In their turday night Mr.-. Jacob Wittner wa.elected president of the Robert E. Lee P.-T. A. Thursday afternoon, April 5th. this Is Mrs. Wittnersecond term as president. M. H. A. have received so iai twenty or more em lies for their annual bridge tournament to be Jield at the Y. M. H. A. building, Masand a daughter in Russia. Ross and Nebraska avenues, Tuesday evening, April 24th. Special invitations have been extended to the 1 members ol Temple Rodoph Sholom auxiliary and the Sisterhood ot Temple Schaarai Zedek. The general public ai.-o is Invited. The committee in charge comprises Dr. J. Leon Swartz, Mr. Adolph Weil, and Mr. J. Silverman. all of whom will receive reservaDavid Stein. Mrs. O. Falk, Mrs. M. Falk, a brother. Mr. Nathan Smith, all of Tampa, a brother in Boston, New York Legislature Shifts Primary Day To Avoid Conflict With Yom Kippur A floor show entertainment program will be a feature of the cabaret ball to be given aturday night. April 14th. by the Y. M. H. A. oi Tampa Manuel Sanchez. Claude Harris MelTJ makers and other orchestras will provide music, and those to appear In the show will include Mi.-s Gamble and Master Herbert Steinberg, dancers; Mr Meyer Stoun, violinist; Miss Lulu 1'ividal. dancer; Mr. Sam Verkauf, vocalist, and the Havan RI ervatlon are beta ceived by Mr. Julius Silverman, Tel. M-58-333. 'l he Merry Fellows club lions. Mrs. R H. Alderman, jr. will direct the play and prizes will be awarded to all members o fthe winning team New entries are' Miss Rosa Freeman. Oscar Verkauf, Miss Florence Steinberg. Adolph Well, Miss Beck Abramovitz, Julius Silverman, Mr. and Mrs. I. Kessler, Miss Bernic Wolf. Dr. and Mrs. L. S. Augustine. Mr. and Mrs. M. Uinan. Dr Sam Bergman, iss Lena Stem. Miss Ruth Finman. Dr and Mrs I R. Einbirder, and Mr. and Mrs. Irving Salsbury. The club has taken the Green Lantern at Indian Rocks beach for three months, beginning June 10th, and several parties are being planned during their stay Funeral services lor Mr. Moses Smith 77. pioneer resident of Tampa were held from the home. 1905 Central Ave., Friday afternoon al 4 o'clock. Burial was m Rodoph Sholom Cemetery and Rabbi Adolph Eurger officiated. Mr. Smith Is survived by a son Mr. Leo Smith, a daughter Mrs. Smlndel, three sisters, Mrs Albany, N. Y.—In order not to disfranchise Jewish voters, the state legislature has passed a law changing the date of the state primary from Tuesday, September 18. to Thursday. September 13. The Secretary of State had fixed September 18 as primary day. but it was later found that that date would prevent thousands of Jews from voting because it coincided with the eve of Yom Kippur. Police Disperse Mob of .">,000 Saloniki Jews Seeking Free Passover Food Saloniki. — Mounted police were needed to disperse a mob of 5.000 poverty-stricken Jews who stormed the offices of the Jewish community here on the eve of Passover demanding free matzoth and other Pa-sover food. The kehillah had only $1,000 with which to buy Passover food for 20.000 Jews who had asked help. When it became known that the Kehillah's funds were exhausted thousands of Jews converged on the kehillah office but were driven away by the police. The Jewish demonstration was utilized by the local anti-Semites who attacked the headquarters of the Jewish -ports club. Maccabee, breaking windows and doing other damage. ic nria of nd


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% % % %  RMHMB M • Page hour THE JEWISH FLORI DJAN Friday. April 13. 1934 if we iSaiMn ^ynagng SttUtttts + + &f Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI + M< of America SUNDAY MORNINGS V TIOD, MIAMI, FLORIDA + Vol. IV. SUNDAY. APRIL 8. 1934 No H you %  •:••:••:••:••:• %  :••:••:••:••: "A New Religion or Religion Anew?" Scripture Reading. Psalm LXXXII. and Mi. ah Chapter VI. verve* 6-8. Inclusive. One da;. : : : : : %  %  '-? a f first 1 • : will be ElorUied enough if we live as brothers and .1 we do Jt e love of one for the other. Where you find worship extolled abovr human rij find God taking precedence over man. it Is no. ,,:. courageous enough to fight against O %  • %  '* hts. mat is not heresy. It is no >' Divine Truth. It core of Religion. -.:..: hes that all laws w( n for mans benefl proper habitat.on for God's creatun Worship. wh 1 :, to a spiritual state of :. to serve his fellowmen.-worship worship as a Deity who thrives on praise or flattery, i No it is not a new religion thai :, of all true re!: ION :-•>•:•-:••:-•:••:• artl li : D. lini Ol Re n c;; %  I to one ol th pa I ... md. In Uni ... tzlne was a sheet of notepaper upoi sl revise our business codes, our indu down somi thought! A I tnote read. -This was jotted a week before tl art! le and of our friend's notations And. I co noi Be .. %  : : to bull In ecause. further. 1 xpress tl day. 1 ttings ai •'--•..• :.. < .'.. .' an; fl :: %  : %  • : -'Bltl : :.• en read Hi writes.— %  •& : ::.:.. I K Ti ligl D .. -I tnnow. Strlpi ban I • %  % %  r ions. If God is. as I truly believe He is. he c 1 au ni In 1 :.:.: ::. adV( itil U %  I I ::.' nt • icpected. by ;c laws, and our soci... level President R. work. He is doing more to check the d. >f preachers. pl iblem church and c: ... hthi %  I. him • lv. Mm 1 h? But. when, teps to the I led man by the thr< :: :. Ml Av. Citizei '• .. Bi) %  -hat it mu ipon that president : %  % %  -: %  • %  IS. Man is too ei : %  >1 H aven The 1 nlj onvli ii : %  • d n< TJ an b mi di 1 nee. I have 1 anenough made a he i] : ; ovaki ip you men ol emotioi of adoration for the Sub. true goal of Religioi An '• vord of Goc I nscienci B tei tor deliverance, be 1 the prophets and priests cf all time, ervi Do I heed 11 I find mj 1 -ace. and. of a:: Divine Attrlb ites, than "I am not in consonance with fei nj vati tabus, exhorting followei find God along particular or exclu iv< paths." I a::. ::.;.-.::ed to agree with our friend in mark thai n< • • %  • : : being born". Rather than B -: % % % % %  '• Thi truth 1 bi 1 tabUnl rtunai they are ar.d para-':::c gn v.. elvei to the body of religion 11 lous Tree th not been by 1 • %  Ii % % %  %  %  % %  % %  %  soms though, a ippear, new fungi at) em. I repeat we need not a ni bul rather tc man-n the beauty ar.d simplicit; .•;..ma; led. A ted : rah I thi m tnj urn prohiblike back your 1 t %  %  • %  %  '• ... : %  V 1 t this 1 1 -: :• It .' in he aloni 1 :: -' %  Goc requestli mce. God 1 Law to bi '%  ; ; tnen ore See the Primitive Everglades at OPEN DAILY TkK IT O A IP I P OPEN DAILY and SUNDAY 1V1 U kJ i\ I O L L and SUNDAY SEMINOLE INDIAN VILLAGE Leaderahlp CHIEF WILLIAM M.klNIFY OSCBOLA N. W. Twenty-Fifth Avenue and Sixteenth Street Go We.t on PLAGLBR ST. to ITTB AVI., Turn North Largest Collection of Captive Alligators and Crocodiles COMPLETE FLORIDA SWAMP ZOO AND MUSEUM See Cowboy Bill, a Real Seminole Indian. Wrath the Alligator Indian Trading Post-Handiwork far Sale TO GET THERE— Take An? Por-HIra ( ar %  nd North on 27th \v it l)n>e nue WeM Fla n to earth They .-.• th tatemei ii beyoi engl Hi and : 101 nd the Hi He strei • upon Ten Cora peopli ho had complained and I : : you and thi I ke back. 1 ne." ::. m the n earth mi:. ha : addi been losi thi Insigi.. • portanl thi .:. %  %  •. '>od in a : mor' %  %  :.Ol God :.oral conduct and practl oju. %  :. : mi D as their t itself to thi : the pla:. :. Hi D He usually si eakc the populace remains meek and is easily plucked by 1 re' %  %  :rue Ion of God. God For Fresh Sea Foods STOP \r CAPT. TOM'S FISH MART OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST Our Fish are the tre-hest — Caught bv our own K If It .Sea Food, e have it jt its very best, and at attractive!* low prict-s. Our method of handling and MlHn| Sea I | is in oh servance with all the sanitan, rules and regulations p. rzjzsmsisuznsu^ii^^^ismw^iu^^^^is^s^^^^;-^ & Efe <^ M\ RuviCl f ^ %  %  RED CROSS DRUG DEPARTMENT! STORE? yEJFWlc,; GREATER VALUES i SPRING GIFTS for your RELATIVES Send a Torgsin Order to your relatives and friends in Soviet Russia and enable them to buy in the Torgsin Stores articles needed at the turn of the weather. Prices compare favor, ably with those in the United States For Torgtin Order* apply to your local bank or authorized agent UXIUl MMtUD'ATIVt null at AMTORC. 261 Filth Ay* NY. lectricily IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERVANT.. Use it! &MM£L HOMES FOR SALE or RENT In All Sections of Miami ritit ED REASONABLY Dade County Security Go. II? \. E. First Avenue TKV TMK ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN AND RESTAURANT For the finest in Real ii"""Cooked Jewish Food Dally 170 N W. 5th Street CHOICE DELICATESS1 N "No eoniiection with any othrr store." + So> Bean Bread %  ltd nihtr Muttahlr brrad* GOOD HEALTH BAKIXJl COMPANY, INC. 2165 W. Klaiiler St. Phone J-Mll II" I Washington Avenue. M. B. 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