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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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M. OR] DA'S ONLY JJ.WISH WEEKLY
MIAMI. FLORIDA, I KI DAY, MA* 4, 1934
Officers Arc
Installed Here
Price Five Cents
New officers were installed at the
May breakfast oi the Jewish Wel-
fare Bureau Ladies auxiliary, held
Tuesday at the Barcelona lea room
In Coral Gables They unladed
Mrs. Charles Greenfield, president:
Mrs. Morris L. Oowen. Mrs Hen
Rlesner, Mrs. Julius Simpson, vice
presidents; Mrs. H. I. Homa, record-
ing secretary; Mrs. Hose I Miles.
corresponding secretary; Mrs. Stan-
ley C. Myers, financial secretary;
Mrs. Henrey Bulbin. treasurer, and
Mrs. Milton Weiner. auditor.
Mrs. Marvin Bronner was toast-
master. Invocation was given by
Mrs. Lewis Brown (iucsls were
seated at long table- decorated with
many tropical flowers. Covers ol the
bonor guests were marked with cor-
dages. Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, the re-
tiring president, cave her report ol
:he year's work, and was presented
with a gift from ilie group. Mrs
3reenfleld gave an address, follow-
ed by vocal solas by Mi. I.am Fay.
One minute speeches were made
oy Mrs. I. Weinstem. president Sis-
-erhood of Temple Israel: Mrs. II
a. Sllverman, president ol Beth Ja-
ob Sisterhood; Mrs. William Rob-
nson, Beth David .sisterhood; Mrs
-i. Kotkin, Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation; Mi Max Dobrm.
jresident of Senior Hadassah; Mrs.
3ol H. Rotfort, president oi the
Junior Hadassah; Mrs Lena Simon.
Smunah chapter; Mrs. Pinkits
ichelnberg was chairman ol the
>reakfast, which was attended by
nore than 100 guests
Brotherhood Day
Observed Here
Brotherhood Day was observed
locally last Sunday by programs on
both radio Stations. At 8:45 a. m.,
the first Brotherhood day pro
was observed during the servil
the Radio BynagOg when Bruce Mm-
ear. secretary ol the Miami V. M
C. A. spoke on the Protestant view-
point, and Judge David J. Heller-
man of the Civil Court of Record
presented the Catholic viewpoint
Rabbi S. M. Machtei spoke from
the Jewish attitude. Several musi-
cal numbers were heard. In the
afternoon at 1:30 p, m. Father
Peter Paul O'Sullivan spoke from
the catholic viewpoint, Rev. j. Del-
man Kuvkendull from the Protes-
tant Viewpoint, and Rabbi Dr. Jacob
II Kaplan Ol Temple Israel Hoe.
the Jewish viewpoint. Mrs. H. U.
Peibelman sang, accompanied i,-,
Mrs. II. s. Asher at the piano. Very
favorable comment has been i
from Gentiles as well as Jews a- a
result of the two programs .
A Cry For
Brotherhood
A Protest against Hitlers Perse-
cution of the Jews
Jewish Boy
Wins Honor
jr. Hadassah
To Hold Dance
Officers To
Be Installed
The formal installation ol the ol-
'icers of the Ladic Auxiliary ol
he Miami Jewish orthodox Con-
{regatlon will be held Wednesday.
Vtay 9th, at 12 noon at Kleins 1800
I. W. 4th street. In charm' ol ar-
"angements are a committee headed
jy Mrs. Max Kupfcrstcin and Mrs
Vathan Adelman. Mrs cha- Feld-
nan will be toaslmisiress and will
nstall the officers. The principal
iddress will be made In Rabbi
lullus Washer, Rabbi ol the inn-
tregation. An elaborate pro-ram ol
mtertalnment has been planned.
f"he public Is invited to attend
leservations may be made by < all
ng 2-0878, 2-6584 or 2-7930.
Junior Hadassah's annual Maj
day dance will be given Sunday eve-
ning, May 6th. on the rool oi the
Alcazar hotel. Orchestral music will
be furnished for dancing, and a
Hour show will be presented.
Candidates for Queen of the May
have been selected, and they in-
clude Miss Dons Cromer, represent-
ing the Senior Council of Jewish
Women; Mis.. Miriam Schcmbcre
Junior Council of Jewish Women;
Miss Sylvia Miles, Jewish Welfare
ouieau: Mis- Ida Bngler, repre-
senting Beth David sisterhood and
the Loyalty club; Ml Bi a
Miami Beach Jewish Social set:
\n. Bessii Besvinick, representing
the Senior Hadas.-aii: Miss Mar-
jorie Relsner, from Temple Israel
Sisterhood, and Miss Esther Cro-
mer, from the Young Men's Hebrew
association. Mitt Frances Kone tin
Bnai Brith. and Miss Flo Levich for
Phi Epsilon Pi
IT, M, H. A. To
Hold Banquet
What promises to be one ol the
ala events of the current season is
he nomination banquet and get
ogether of members ot the Young
ten's Hebrew Association. Wednes-
day evening, May 9th. at the club-
louse. Following the nominations a
*nquet will be served by the com-
nittee in charge nt arrangements
onsistlng of Sam shmdeii. chair-
aan, assisted by Me i o car Ar-
Intar, Aaron Weinkle. Jimmy
-lllleri Ben Cleln and Hyman Apte.
>nly members in good .stnmlnm will
* permitted to attend An elabor-
ate program of entertainment has
en provided.
West Palm Beach
Observed Day
As a result of the efforts of Palm
Beach Lodite of Bnai Brith. Broth-
erhood Day was observed last Sun-
day al the Kettler Theatre under
the auspices ol the Business Men's
Bible Class. Dr. Frances Morton Fox
ol the First Presbyterian Church
gave the invocation and. Rev. Mil-
dred Hunt I pronounced the benedic-
tion. Addresses were delivered by
Rev. H. Irving Southitt of Holy
Trinity Church for the Protestants,
Judge Phil O'Connell represent um
Father A. Doherty lor the Catholic
faith, and Dr. Carl N. Herman oi
Beth Israel lor the Jewish faith,
chas. M. Warwick. Jr.. prominent
local attorney sane accompanied
by M. Bhearhouse, cornetist, and
Walter Rimmel planlste. e. a.
Btumpf as cheer leader A large
audience composed ol Protestant-.
Catholics and Jew- attended.
By EDWIN MARKHAM
They came from old night with Asia
in their blood,
Out of the mystery before the Flood.
They saw old Egypt join the ruined
lands,
The sculptured scarlet East turn to
gray sands.
I'he star of Greece arise and fade
to dream.
Homes wolf draw suck beside the
yellow stream,
Then roar on the world with jaws
that did not spare,
Then darkly die upon his ancient
lair.
Thru all these years this people
Carried chains;
Had dark Assyrias and darker
Spains.
They wen- the trihes nl sorrow who
were fed
From wells of hate and exile's bit
ter bread.
They built the tombs of Pharaohs
in old years.
Mixing Hie brick, with tears.
They built but had no nouses of
their own:
Tyre heard their dir;e and Babylon
their moan.
Ami now in Germany we see again
The old hard ha id laid OO these
women and men:
And vet this wondrous race has
given birth
To genius and a glory on the earth.
Out of this people came
The I'.ncik ol' books and many a
glorious name
.Moses who stood once in the holy
place
And gated upon Jehovah, lace to
face;
Then standing on the cliffs ol
Sinai,
He heard the wisdom of the upper
sky.
And handed down the Decalogue
to be
A law for men on every land and
sea.
It was a wisdom-word
That centuries and continents have
heard;
And never a man of earth has
added to it
This wonder-wisdom from the
Infinite.
And .ludah had other sonsIsaiah
he whose voice was like the
thunder of the sea-
Had David. tOO, whose heaven-en-
kindled psalm
lias breathed on earth a Ugfa un-
worldly calm
Had also gnat Mainionidcs.
Who touched supernal keys.
Who saw the world. Cods sweet
caress.
Was made for man, and man for
happiness.
Then her Spinoza lifted a lighted
hand,
Which still is flashing light from
land to land.
Behold, the wisdom of her poet
sages
Has left eternal glory on the ages.
(Continued on page 6)
Leonard Rose, the son ol M:
Mrs. Harry Rose ol this city, won
i on of the most coveted honors in
; the United States Thursday when he
Was awarded a lour year scholar-
ship at the Curtis Institute of Mu-
sic In Philadelphia. Leonard who is
a graduate of the Ada Merritt
School, and a pupil of Waller
| Announcements!
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
137 N. K. Nineteenth Street
DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN, Rabbi
Regular Friday night services, be-
gin at 8:15 o'clock with a special
program to be given by the Boy
Scouts.
-VII X -VI l JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
1S45 S. W. Third Street
JULIUS WASHER. Rabbi
Early services begin tonight at
6:15 p. m. Tomorrow morning ser-
vices begin at II a. m. Minch.i at
6:30 p. m. followed by the M
service.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(ConfterTatiee)
139 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Grossman won the state prize ol
Florida for distinction in cello
playing. He was a member ol the
Junior Symphony Orchestra ol the
University oi Miami Conservatory
ol Music and was often heard In
recital here. Since last November he
Was a student at the Curtis Insti-
tute ol Music preparing for the
scholarship examination.-. The
scholarship includes his general
academic education, in addition to
his musical training.
Early services tonight begin at 6
p. in Tomorrow morning services
at 8:30 a. m. The Junior Con-
gregation under the direction of
Cantor Kaniinsky meets at 10:30
Saturday morning.
Hadassah Names
New Officers
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
111 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach
DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM. Rabbi.
Junior Hadas-ah held its annual
election ol officers Monday evening
in Beth David Talmud Torah. New
officers elected include:
Miss Hana Mack, president: Mis-
Ida Safer, flrsl vice-president; Miss
Beady Ooldenblank, second vice-
president: Miss Anita Sllverman.
third vice-president; Miss Ida Eng-
irt, corresponding secretary; Miss
l: Cromer. recording secretjr
Miss Pauline I.asky. treasurer and
financial secretary, and Mis- Betty
I.asky. historian The new board Ol
directors includes Miss Dorothy
Brill. Miss Sylvia Rayvls, Miss Es-
ther Rosengarten, Miss Bea Silver.
Mrs William Fair, and Miss Irene
(loldberger.
Junior Hadassah welcomed the
following new members at the
meeting: Miss Betty I.asky. Miss
Lillian Fried. Mis- Eleanor Mink.
and Miss Rose Levin.
Reports were given on the annual
five-dollar dinner and on the Maj
Day dance which will be given this
Sunday on the roof of the Alcazai
Hotel.
The installation banquet has been
tentatively set for Monday evening.
June 4th.
Early services tonight begin at li
p. m. Tomorrow morning services
at 8 a. m. with Cantor Boris
Schlachman chanting the service.-.
Mincha at 5:30 p. m. followed by
the Class in "Ayin Yaakov". Maariv
services follow.
Bank Dividend
Will Be Paid
Distribution of checks represent-
ing the payment of a third dividend
to depositors of the closed City Na-
tional Bank In Miami will be start-
ed at 9 a. m. today at the office of
C. H. Bancroft, receiver, on the
second floor of the Florida National
Bank building. Mr. Bancroft re-
ported yesterday.
The checks total approximately
S350.000 and represent a 7'_. per cent
dividend. Dividends totaling 32V4
per cent were paid before the re-
tirement of H. J. Spurway. who was
succeeded by Mr Bam r
Today's dividend was made avail-
able by collections on the assets ol
the bank .supplemented by a loan
of approximately $135,000 from the
Reconstruction Finance Corpora-
tion. Mr. Bancroft said.
The bank closed in December.
1930. with deposits ot approximate-
ly S6.000.000. A 20 per cent dividend
was paid in October. 1931. and a
124 I"'1" cent dividend in August.
1932.
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,l.
EWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, May i ;.,..
SOCIETY
PLAY ISC,
AT THE
tiyou hum ni
The Bi-weekly card party sched-
I for last Tuesday night for the
benefit of the Miami Jewish Ortho-
Auxiliary '1|! be hold
next Sunday May 6th, be-
. Ing at 8 p. m., at the home of
Mrs. Nathan Adelman. 1421 N. W.
St., when Mrs. Adelman and
Mrs. Sam Tannenbaum will be
hostesses. Prizes will be awarded
h score.- and refreshments
will I I The public is Invited
end.

Oflii ntly elected by Tem-
ple Israel Sisterhood will be m-
. d ..' a luncheon i lay,
7th, at 1 p. m m Kaplan Hall.
In charge oi arrangements Is Mrs
. v. II :-.airman
by Mrs Harry Ni ':-- ''
I i A program
which will include a number ot <
and a ski: written by the
sident. will be
ifternoon. Reservatl as may be
iny member oi the com-

, iffi : th David Sisterhood
will be ii May
.-. David Talmud Torah
Hall wi h arrai
ided by Mrs.
an
M ndaj I H '' -
I
.....
Iti
. :.....
: u report
: Ulcers v....
Oi f the la .....
:.' :.. tlM I '
... poi II Ml :..-
lapter of Hadassah
Mond B ::-'
Follov heon brid
prize beii
awarded to Mrs. Rose Baron. Prizes
. !.: at the individual
were awarded In charge of
men! i ri Mesdames Bar-
. j Welnkle and A Reinders. The
i towards
i :. fund Ol Had:-
>
Ml and Mrs B. Kandel are now-
new home 115ti S.W.
hey will be happy
: i thel

Dr. Barney Welnkle attended the
.... Stati Convention of
held at Jackson-
last week. He v....
Irs Welnkle.
Is ol Miss
Rishty daughter ol Mr
. Mrs M Rishty ol New York
and Miami to Mr Meyer Dweck oi
as solemnized at the
d x S; :.agogue
nee o:
. oi friend
lives Sfardil ms were ob-
Prlor ceremony
. 51
the a
h was
nd attended
by her sister Miss A Rishty. The
.icon: ; by Mr
. Mil nd At-
Cit; I II
Rabbi Jull ''' her of-
'
pt ioi
. vestry room I
and refi d
Idren ai i Hi thi -
I of i
.i : :-'
:. xi Sun-
indei liri I n ol Rabbl
... .- Washer will be In chai
I .im.
Burdine's
MAY EVENTS
are in full swing!
1 \ er) day unfolds a more exciting tale of
savings, ol high qualities and of new, thrill-
ilues. Watch the papers there arc
m.inv still to come:
,'
TOMORROWEVENT NO. 5
JACK TAR TOGS
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
$1.50
Young Sunshine Fashion Colony. Fourth Floor
PATRICIA ELLIS In
"Elmer the Great"
B th David Sunday school will
hold examinations for promotions
nornii Examinations will be un-
der the direction ol Rabbi Max
Shapiro who will be assisted by the
. faculty.
Sum. May 13th tin
en of ll '"'"
. Sund
rorah wil t at the S; n
at 9 m r thi annual picnic
Id ai Fl Laudi r-
mes wii.
nts will be
given hildn n An in en
in .-. liai I a i omml
Istms : "' P :
nd J. Louis SI oclv
Isted by Rabbl Washer and the
:..... ilty.
Mi and Mrs I Cli
. .:.. tions on I
Dirtr. ol a baby
.:.i Hospital last Saturda;
Moth nd baby an res>m
ely.
Mr and Mrs Wm, Friedman will
oe host
: May 8th at Beth Davic
.'almud i rah Hall for Betl D
31sti: hi d Pi izi will be .
. : .. and relic. :.::.
9 111 b- serv< d The publii I Ii
to attend.
At 'I ::.; .' Israel servU
id of the sermon by Di
Kaplan, the following Boy Scout
program will be presented. Th<
. :. and ::lends are mi
invited As part of the Ri
iar Friday night services, seven boys
of the newly formed Troop 6 will be
introduced to Scouting through the ,
impressive Boy Scout Invi
ii r.y. which will give the boys
a dec;: : ..'. into the Bin
this character bulldll
tlon.
Pre( edii i remony, Mr A
S, MacFarlane, Scout Executive
and Mr. H. P. Hermancc
of the Dade County Council will b,
introduced Twelve boys from Troop
29, under the leadership ol Mr
John H Hopkins. Jr., will pn
the ceremony.
Sunday morning at tin i
Class 8. under the leadership ol
Mrs. Isaac Kaufman the teacher,
will present a very interesting pro-
gram on Lag B'Omer called "Th.
Golden Ring." The following chil-
dren will take part: Dorothy Levin
Teddy Plant. Shirley Levy. D
Morris. Betty Letaw and Bhepard
Simpson. Friends of the Religious
School are welcome.
ite.
For two weeks starting with
Monday Mr. Pepper will continue
North and West Flor-
ida, and will then return to South
Florida for a whirlwind tour ol
tna( .. thi concluding
f th
Dm:: I "
ntoi- Clubs were added In Dm
H igh couritie
He in Tall during the
ias, .. Mr. Pepper fully
In ad-
dition to the $200 fee which I
first to pay to l ''""
, nmittee during its
February 21st meeting at Jackson
ville.
D himsell fully con
as to thi ol the i
. candidate Pi pp i a erted
d with thi :
ss with which the peoi
the pn
erting that he Is con-
i-lni ed that the sentiment in lavi
.:. thi I H
Inltely crystallized m
oi his candidi
Dr. Ghas. Beckwitt
OPTOMETRIST
Jl years In Miami"
I
l(
iniii tiv presi niii'ci and ati nr
tel) fitted glasses over a period
ol more than 24 years,
l IREFUL ATTENTION TO
( OSMETI4 \ til 1 v STYLI S,
Wll TYPES
N E FIRS! Wl

Boi orrin
l> Sunday
Phone 2-6551 Evenings 2"i
Sundaj and Monday, Maj 6-7
"Too Much Har-
mony"
BING CROSBY JA< K OAXII
SHEETS GALLAGHER
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Friday. May *
1934
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
TIIK JEWISH S?--'"!","-,<1"',s"",a"an,":""m i)v *
FLORIDIAN
Page Three
A. Dobrow, who auctioned
10 Reich if u, j ------- *, who uucuoiioa
SgLh* ', ,,il"' '" "" l" reu "uiii tor the
congress is as complete as H organization.
II BUSHED KVEKY FRIDAY
b> the
tiui I FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO.
P, 0. Boi 2973
Miami, Florida Phone 2-11X3
KDITORIAL OFFICES:
t.| s. W. 15th Amu i'hon* 2-1183
I LOUIS SHOCIIET. Editor
FRED K SHOCHRT, Circulation Manmn
|R BORIS SCHLACHMAN,
Field Representative
I .. lecond class matter July 4,
th< I'.-! Offict at Miami. Florida,
. Vcl of March 3, 1879.
WEST PALM BEACH
SAMUEL SCHUTZER
Representative
the Reich.
the
can be, II win serve two purposes:
", Ul" V1V"II>' dramatise the plea a large crowd attended the dance
of Jews to boycott the countrj sponsored last Sunday nighl at the
which has dedicated Itself to mass Dixie Gardens by Beth srael Sister-
murder; and secondly, it will meet ll0d.
the practical nerd ol showing both ------------
distributors and consumers thai A meeting of the local Bnal
Germany's goods can be dl pensed Hmh was held last Monday when
with, without affecting the qualltj lnportanl matters were acted on.
THE
or the price of the product.
Olympics
Without Jews
The next meeting of the Lodge will
be held Monday evening, May 7th. he says he'll pay when I settle
a( the Monterey Hotel and all mom- meat bill.
bers are urged to attend.
Manager 'wholesale house
you think there's no show oi col-
lecting this bill against Blinks, the
butcher?
Bill CollectorNot the slightest;
my
No Garter Strain. No Knees
Strain. No Seam Strain.
Silk stocking advt.
And no eye .strain?
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN,
Representative
ORLANDO
SYLVIA BERMAN
Representative
Sfl .Month*
One \car
TAMPA. FLA.:
MRS. M. H. KISLER
Representative
SI'BSCRIPTION
Jl.no
I2.M
Vol. 7No. 18
FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1934
Making Intolerance
\ ('.rime
What a remarkable demonstra-
tion of the international good will
achieved through sportif the 1936
The Hollywood divorce mill hums.
A big-production paragon;
Its weird geometry benumbs.
With some people excitement is
a pretty fair substitute for con-
tentment.
A joint meeting of Congregation
Beth El and its Sisterhood was held
Wednesday night at th Synagogue.
Plans for the work of the Congre- I Eternal'triangle" becomes
gation and Sisterhood were acted
Olympics are held In Berlin! The on and will be anounced shortly,
defiling presence of Jews will be ________
eliminated so that good Christian
gentlemen may enjoy their athletics
in an atmosphere of camaraderie.
This seems to be certain, judging
by continuing news reports from
Germany thai members of Jewish
sports clubs and even Jews who
served the Fatherland at the Front
during the War are not being per-
mitted to train in the regular gym-
nasiums and athletic fields. What
does the American Olympics Com-
mittee propose to do!
More than six hundred Jewish
voters registered in Palm Beach
County and are eligible to vote in
the June primaries. An active local
campaign is being waged here.
A New York store advertises that
I It understands woman in all her
Just notice how the talked-upon ( moods. It is this dizzy confidence
, that makes a recovery seem real.
A very transient polygon. ------------
------------ The trouble about being happy is
As soon as John Bull has the that we do not realize that we are
money with which to pay something until we are not.
on the war debt, he gets a case of ----------
French cramps tn the hand. Many a boy goes
Mrs. Sam Berner of Tampa, a
former resident of this city is visit-
ing here daughter here for a short
time.
through life
without hearing a kind word until
some woman starts out to capture
The actuality of today seldom
looks as good as the theory of yes- him for a husband,
terday.
------------ Probably there never was a wom-
About the only place that perfect an so highly civilized That she
climate is to be found is in a hotel couldn't enjoy sitting on the grass
or railway guide. and eating watermelon.
are pending before the
Hires of New Jersey and
York bills prohibiting "clrcu-
lation ol propaganda tending to In-
liglous or racial prejudice."
likelihood these measures
and there will thus have
Ken the most important step
toward the assurance of peace of
mind for the minorities of America.
I in the Northern States.
t may be said in favor of
xi will educational process,
'acted in scope and slow in
Ing results. The Govern-
however, has a definite obli-
gation to its citizens to guarantee
life, liberty and pursuit of
less." The noxious growth of
tn and similar racial-bias
tents in America seems to be
ning not only the mental
Hum but the actual physical
: Jews and other racial and
minorities. The Soviet
1 runent has proved that a
concerned with (he uprooting
ranee can succeed if it ap-
i ell sincerely and energeti-
o the task. Jews throughout
are urged to press upon
1 State Legislatures the intro-
and passage of bills similar
tit to those now before the
biles in the Eastern States.
intolerance a crime will go
exterminate organized anti-
m, which is usually gener-
men with self-seeking mo-
* unbalanced minds. Those
late for racial murder are
as guilty of crime against the
as the individuals who com-
>"' ordinary homicide. The State
ind the Federal Government should
ke over a duty which rightfully
to them under their re-
Constitutions.
Tampa, Fla.
Notes
Jewish News
Around The
World
Plans for a series Ol dances to be
given by the Y. M. H. A. In Its new
clubhouse on Nebraska and Ross
Avenues. Saturday night were mad.!
at a mooting of the organization
last week.
Mr. Max M. Juster Is chairman ol
the committee for these dances
which will bo hold on Saturday
nights, dancing to start at 9:30
o'clock and continue till after mid-
night, The public is invited.
Jewish Congress Plans Exhibit Substitutes for German Goods
M. Standard
May 6.
Time on Sunda--.
Fosdirk To Represent I". S.
Refugee Commission
Meeting
At
New YorkAn exposition of mer-
chandise and services that can be
substituted tor similar merchandis
and services from Germany will bt
opened m New York City this sum-
met' by the American Jewish Con-
gress as part of its program ol
prosecuting the anti-German boy-
cott. The exposition, which will be
known as the International Good
Will Trade Fair. Is designed to meet
the demands of the buying public
for information regarding the pro-
ducts and services of nations in a
position to replace Gorman goods
at prices and qualities comparable
with those made in Naziland. A
The Zionist Organization ..l dat(, wi u, lm,d snortiy for the ex-
Tampa hold their regular monthlj hlbU wmcn will conccntrate o:\
mooting Tuesday evening. May 1st. liquival,.ms alld substitutes tor C.er-
8 p. m. at Rodoph sholom Temple. ma|1 producUs
Miss Emille Finsten of New Ro-
chelle. New York City, has return-
ed to her homo after spending the
winter hero wit hher grandparents,
Mr and Mrs. Abe Maas.
Washington. D. CIn the ab-
sence of Professor Joseph P. Cham-
berlain of Columbia University. Dr.
Raymond Fosdick. director of the
Rockefeller Foundation has been
designated as the official American
representative on the governin
board of the League of Nations
High Commission for German Refu-
gees which will hold its next meet-
ing in London during May.
Professor Chamberlain was the
American representative at the
governing board's first meting in
Lausanne.
Prayers for Persecuted Jews
English Churches on
Whitsuntide
In
LondonSpecial prayers for Jews
who are being persecuted through-
out the world, but particularly in
Germany, have been ordered said
in all the Evangelical churches of
England on May 20. Whitsuntide,
which coincides with the first day
of Shevuoth. Announcement of this
has been made by the All-World
Evangelical Alliance which plans to
have such prayers said for an en-
tire week.
Judge Refuses To Permit Return or
12-Ycar-Old Jewish Boy To
Germany
St. Petersburg
Notes
Mi M. G.
presided.
Rosenberg, president.
The Sunday School children Ol
. Rodoph sholom Temple are pre-
paring for then- final examinations
and a Shavouth program to
take place on May 20th. Sunda]
morning at 10 A. M. All the pan..
I of the children are urged to be
present.
United Synagogue Convention To
Be Broadcast Over Nation-
wide Hookup
[he Congress
rade Fair
The proceedings of the twenty-
second annual convention ol till
United Synagogue of America,
which will be held at the Willard
Hotel. Washington. D. C. from Maj
6 to 8. wiil be broadcast over a
Rabbi Adolph Burger of Rodoph natlon_widc N B c, llookup in onc
Sholom Temple has selected for his
sermon Friday evening. May 4th.
Jewish Superstition and Supersti-
tion in General- ho also will be as-
sisted by the Rodoph Sholom Choir
of the mast unique programs of its
kind to be sent over the ether.
Instead Ol addresses Or parts ol
addresses ol speakers being broad-
cast as they are delivered to the
convention, a separate program will
Friends of Mr. Herman Perlman b(, put ()U .uter lhese addresses are
throughout the state and City ai
very happy to hear of his Improved
condition.
New YorkAmerican relatives
here of 12-year-old Hans Brull. a
Oerman-Jew wore prevented from
sending him back to his parents In
Germany when Supremo Court Jus-
tice Leander b. Faber sustained a
writ of habeas corpus sued out by
Mrs Gerda Stein, a member of the
Women's Division of the American
Jewish Congress. Brull. who was
sent here seve/al years ago. was liv-
ing with a kinsman. Sigmund Na-
than, who recently decided to re-
turn to Germany. Mrs. Stein and
the Congress opposed this and pro-
duced a letter from Brull.s lathe;.
saying "what will become of our
son hero we do not know. Our means
do not permit us to send him to
any schools still open to non-Amer-
ican children.'' Mrs. Stein agreed to
support and educate Hans. In a-
warding the boy to her Judge Faber
said that he saw no reason why any
Jewish child should be returned to
Germany at this time.
The Social Relationship of Jew
and Gentile"is the topic of a ser-
mon by Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld to-
night at Cong. Bnai Israel. 8
o'clock.
An intelligent step in the further-
the anti-Nazi boycott has
1,1 undertaken by the American
[ ngress which proposes to
h a Trade Fair in New York
aimer to exhibit the pro-
I of all countries which can
institutes for manufac-
ui
West Palm Beach
Notes
made, in which the speeches and
proceedings will be summarized in
a miniature program. The speakers
actually delivering the addresses
will broadcast parts of their speech-
es m this miniature program and
the high lights of the proceedings ------------
will also be broadcast throughout JerusalemWord having been re-
the country. This Ls believed to bo ceived herc fmm PnrLs OM thp
Palestine Plans Huge Funeral For
Dr. Motzkin April 19
The entire Jewish community
was shocked at the sudden death of
Mrs. Rae Herman. Monday morn-
ing, after an illness of two weeks.
She was 44 years old. the wife of
Harry Herman of this city. She was
a member and untiring worker of
Cong. Bnai Israel and Ladies Auxil-
iary and Aid Society.
A regular meeting of the Ladies
Auxiliary and Aid Society will be
held at the Congregation, on Tues-
day Eve. May 1st. at 8 o'clock.
Congregation Bnai Israel will
hold its regular meeting Wednes-
day evening May 2nd. at 8 o'clock.
All members are requested to bo
present.
Mrs. May Benjamin left for a
short pleasure trip to Now York
City.
RADIO SYNAGOG
The fish supper sponsored b>
Both Ell Sisterhood last Sunday
nigh! .,, M,,,,,,. Hall was attended
Germany. Many business bv ., |arge gathering. Following sup-
- have hesitated to adopt a ,,, eighl tables ol bridge were In
tag boycott of German ,,..,., .,,,d prizes for high scores
1 'x cause there were not, they were awarded al each table. A
beautifully decorated cake was won
i
'to substitutes for cer-
the fust time that such a program
has been put on the air. The effect
of the broadcast is expected to be
to give the entire convention pro-
ceedings to the radio audience in a
nutshell.
The convention will be broadcast
over the Blue Network at 9:30 P.
body of the late Dr. Leo Motzkin.
chairman of the World Zionist Ac-
tions Committee, has been shipped
to Palestine, the Jewish community
is making preparations for the fun-
eral of the noted Zionist leader on
April 19. Dr. Motzkin will be buried
on the Mount of Olives.
Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder and
director of the Radio Synagog. will
preach over radio station WIOD at
nine o'clock on Sunday morning on
"False Concepts." In addition to the
sermon there will be prayers, scrip-
ture reading and a question box.
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SOCIETY
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,i big league player and
baseball ran, Jim- e. Biown
enthusiastic over the game
during i iiM'diK-inii i.i 'iviurr
rest,' which opens at the
ITheatre on Sunday and Mon-
nat he up and purchased a
Binnal Irani.
Has always had his own base-
ilub In Hollywood, but when
B| iker called him up al the
[National Studies and .said hi
ill luni a third interest in
will be Bar Mitzva Saturday, May
2lst, at the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Synagogue of which Mr. Oreenberg
is secretary. A reception will follow
the services, ah friends are invited
to attend. No cards will be issued.
le:
A final call has been issued by
Nat Kupper manager of the y. m.
H. A. diamond ball team for all
Jewish young men of 25 or over to
participate in the tryouts for the
team. A regular practice will be
, Citj Ball Club ol the hM nnno Park Sunday after-
noon at 2 p. m. The senior team
has been entered in th civic league
Arrangements are now being made
for the entry of the Juniors in an-
other League.
an Association, he closed the
imedlately. Speaker and Lee
owner oi the Dos Moines
own the other two-third's in-
'Elmer the Great" is the
baseba comedy-drama written by
1. dner and George C. Cohan,
made such a tremendous hit
stage. Joe has enacted tin-
ole on the stage that he plays
screen version.
Much Harmony." I'ara-
lavlsh musical production.
playing at the 7th Avo
next Sunday and Monday.
Imposing cast including
Crosby. Jack Oakie, Skeets
her, Judith Allen, Harry
Lilyan Tashman and Ned
story revolves around the ac-
of a group of show people,
Be plot follows them off stage
Hckstage, in their homes and
^ir dressing rooms, revealing
the glamour in the lives of
folks whose job it is to make
laugh and cry.

e go to press an important
of the local Bnai Brith
is being held at Beth David
Torah Hall.
important meeting of the
Auxiliary of the Miami
Orthodox Congregation will
be held at the Synagogue next
Tuesday evening. May 8th, begin-
ning at ii p. in. All members are
)to attend as important busi-
ill be acted on.
. .
nnouncing his candidacy for
re-SKtion to the office of County
asing Agent, Mr. C. L. Wheat.
cum bent stated:
deeply grateful to the citi-
Dade County for the honor
estowed on me and the con-
they placed in me by elect-
Dade County Purchasing
When I announced my can-
the first time fo.- the office
de County Purchasing Agent.
I premised the citizens of Dade
County Miat 1 would be the Purchas-
ing Agci hi fact and not a rubber
stssj. 1 have proven that. I have
fought hard lor the continuation
Of the oil ice because I sincerely be-
lieve It is a saving to the taxpayer.
I hae been independent in my
thinking and operation ol the of-
fice. Jt I should allow myself to bo-
coosa a rubber stamp, eliminate my
own personality, my own reasoning
Pewets and capabilities in the im-
portant matters that come before
decision, I would be dis-
to myself. 1 have managed
Sirs of the office of Purchas-
ent as a free man, bound by
and no influence other than
by OBJ own dominating desire to
rendeg honest, highly efficient ser-
|the citizens of Dade County."

Oreenberg, son of Mr. and
?ph Greenberg of this city
The Y. M. H. A. will sponsor a
Business Men's Health Class under
the supervision of Milton 'Iraeger
to be held on Monday and Thurs-
day evenings beginning May 4th.
. .
Mitchell Kasanoff will leave here
today by auto lor an extended visit
to the North during which time he
will visit friends and relatives in
Philadelphia and lioston. He will
attend the Massachusetts school of
Optometry.

J. B. Lemon, director ol Recrea-
lon of Miami Beach announced his
candidacy for the office of Dade
County purchasing agent. Mr. Le-
mon was born in anniston, Ala., 33
yean ago. Is married and has two
children attending school here. Was
physical director of the Y. M. C. A.
in 1924. and engaged In the real
estate business here during 1924
and 1925. Is national chairman of
the Playground and Diamondball
Committee of the A. A. U.; formed
the Florida Diamondball Associa-
tion in 1931 and is now organizing
the International Diamondball As-
sociation to supervise the game in
the United States and Canada. "A
square deal and equal distribution
Of business buying between Dade
County merchants" is the platform
upon which he is asking the voters
of Dade County to elect him.
Congratulations are being re-
ceived by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Asher
Miller on the birth of a baby boy.
The Bris will be held at the May-
field Court Apts. Sunday morning
with Rabbi S. M. Machtei of the
Radio Synagog officiating.
Vote For
J. B. LEMON
FOR
Dade County
Purchasing Agent
(Paid Political Ad.i
PLAYING AT THE 7TII AVENUE
THEATRE
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TOO MUCH HARMONY
A regular meeting Of the Junior
Council of Jewish Women will take
place Tuesday evening May 8th at
the Ponce De Leon Hotel when elec-
tion cf officers will l>o held All
members are urged to attend.
Fred Pino. County Solicitor tor
Dade County, who is campaigning
for re-election on the basis of his
record of accomplishments m of-
fice, has been meeting enthusiastic
reception whenever he has appear-
ed on the local platform during the
past weeks. He is asking the voters
to favor him ii they want an im-
partial, able, and oilmen' adminis-
tration of the office in the Interests
oi justice to the people of the
county,
Tax Exemption
Benefits Stati
assessment rules with the result
that most of the taxes "lost" thru
the homestead exemptions would be
retrieved by the placing of property
on the tax books at more nearly
their true values." He said that
each ol the counties in Florida has
Its own assessment measure with
the result that there is only $436,-
000.000 worth of property on the
state tax roll, including personal
property. Instead ol S2.500.ooo.ooo.
which he said is the actual value of
real estate and personal property
which should be on the tax roll.
"A condition like this shows that
great wealth is escaping taxation."
he aid, "Our ad valorem system of
taxation has broken down.
"I believe the homestead exemp-
tion amendment will be followed by
repeal of the state law exempting
incomes. The real measure ol tax-
ing power ought to be the ability
Ol the men to pay and an income
tax would partially take care of
what we would lose by exempting
bom* steads."
Mr. Rogers pointed out that a
man with Si.000 cash pays the
late a 10-eeiit tax "If he turns II
in.' the man with a note for S1.000
pays 12 tax and the owner of a
$1,000 home pays an average of
$37.90. "unless he lives within the
limits of a municipality, In which
event he pays that much more."
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The speaker asserted that "25 to
50 per cent of the residents of Flor-
ida don't contribute to the support
of government because there is no
way of reaching them under our
present system."
The proposed homestead exemp-
tion amendment," he said. "Is in
line with what Is going on in the
federal government and will result
In the setting up of a just system
of taxation."
Plan.-, for a seminar in which the
faiths ol Portostants. Catholics and
Jews will be di i w sed with a view
of bringing a better understanding
between all, will be announced
shortly by the committee In charge
ol arrangement rentaltve arrange-
ments call tor an afternoon session,
following which a dinner will bo
served, it is possible that part of
the proceedings will be broadcast
over one ol the local stations. This
seminar is one oi a series that is
being hold throughout the country
and was originally begun and sug-
sted by the National Fecer Con-
ference oi Jews and Christians.
The actuality of today seldom
looks as good as the theory of yes-
terday.
The proposed $5,000 home-lead
tax exemption amendment to the
state constitution will encourage
home owning and home building
and increase the population ol
Florida. Representative Dwight L.
Rogers, Fort Lauderdale, sponsor of
the bill, told members of the Miami
Realty Board. The proposed amend
ment will bo voted upon al the No-
vember election.
"Where population increase.
there are the centers of wealth and
increase in land values." Mr. Rogers
said.
Ho pointed out that the legisla-
ture would set up uniform property
TIVOLI
Show; 8:48 and 0 no P. M.
20c till 6:30Evening 25c
Matinees Daily
Sunday and Monday. May 6-1
IOE E. BROWN
"Elmer the Great"
About the only place that perfect
climate is to be found is in a hotel
or railway guide.
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Delightful Efficiency and Bed-p
room Apartments, right at ti.n
B ean.
LOW SUMMER RATES j
H EVERY CONVENIENCE m
a Apply, Manager
Mare Vista
Apartments
Ocean Drive & 2nd St.
MIAMI BEACH
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BUY YOLK FISH ALIVE
LIVE FISH MARKET
Causeway Dock.
Miami Beach, Fla.
Phone 5-2207
WOOLWORTH TYPE STORES in U. S. S. R.
Mr. I. I. Gordeeff Appointed New Head of TORGSIN in the United States
NEW YORK. Five and
ten kopek hi ores in Leningrad.
Moscow, Kharkov and other large
cities in the Soviet Union, is the
latest achievement of "Torgsin."
State Corporation for Trade with
Foreigners, according to Mr. I. I.
Gordeeff, new head of the Torg-
sln representation In the I'nited
States, who has just arrived from
Moscow. These are recent addi-
tions, set up in connection with
the regular Torgsin stores thai
sell merchandise for gold, silver
or foreign exchange. Imported
goods totaling $3,000,000 were
handled by Torgsin stores in Mos-
cow alone during 1933, according
to Mr. Gordeeff.
Torgsin is an entirely original
institution. Its 1,700 retail out-
lets In the Soviet Union deal only
In foreign money, gold and silver.
Relatives of Soviet citizens living
in other countries supply some of
the funds for purchasing in the
Torgsin stores. "This." Mr. Gor-
deeff explained In his precise Eng-
lish acquired on a previous as-
signment in the I'nited Slates, "is
in keeping with the Soviet Union's
general plan of securing foreign
money and gold to help make pos-
sible the gigantic expenditures for
industrial goods brought in other
countries.
"This does not mean lo say thai
the Torgsin stores are the only
places where quality merchandise
can be secured. Every Soviet dis-
trict has huge co-operative
I. I. GORDBHFF
slate-owned retail outlets where
purchases may be made in roubles.
But for,';^:""" "V'"K or visiti,,K eta" and ,
in the t .s,.s>.lt. and persons who
or relatives abroad find the Torg- lhat ha8 Krown more ,han 10Q%
rouble twenty kopeks to the dol-
lar. Mr. (iordeoff claims that
Torgsin prices, even at this ex-
change, are equal or lower than
in the United States. Creamery
butter of the highest quality, ho
said, cost 80 kopeks per kilo (2.2
|lbs.), prime meat 3 4 k. per kilo,
ham 4 5 k. per kilo and a kilo of
white bread 17 k. Shoes can be
bought for 3.70 roubles and a
woolen suit of clothes, for man
or woman, can be obtained for
7.50 roubles.
Mr. Gordeeff. assistant manager
of the Torgsin stores in the Mos-
cow district before coming to the
United States, said that Moscow
Torgsin Stores listed 15,000 dif-
ferent articles.- "American me-
thods of merchandising have been
instituted. In some district de-
liveries of goods are made to the
customer and a large mail order
service has been set up for buy-
ers in outlying districts."
Torgsin, Mr. Gordeeff pointed
out. sells articles and services
varying from the daily food sta-
ples to automobiles, theater tick-
in health re-
sorts. New stores are being opened
sin stores very convenient in thai
per year since Torgsin was es-
they supply them With many im-ltabH8hed in 19;!1
r;, commodities and domestic Forty lhollsand American re-
articles Ol high quality. jcords for Soviet phonoBrapng naV6
Torgsin store prices are marked been purchased by Torgsin for
In gold roubles. In recent months distribution in Torgsin stores,
the gold rouble in terms of U.S. These will be sent on the SS KIM.
orjeurrency has been around oneinow lying in New York harbor.
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Th, Psalm*, the Torah. and the
Talmud speak
Protection 'or Ihe plundered and
the weak.
Shall nol this race whose gifts have
been so greal
H.n, Mme prof, lion from the
tooth of hate?
rhej have nol vet their safe place
in the sun,
rhej who kneu Egypt, who knew
Babylon.
Protest this cruel wrong
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song.
Lei cries go forth in shrill tempes-
tuous note!
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roaring throat.
Let there be thunders In the world
let be
\ protest that will -hake the ruler's
knee
Lei there be prote-t till the happj
hour
When Justice shall unclothe her
arm of power.
111 there be thunders in the world
ye, more:
Let there be Brotherhood in eren
-hore.
Let all men rise into the kick.
place
Where the] ean MC God's fact
ever] face.
Let there be Brotherhood lei a
long cry
It.- Inard oi earth and under ci.-
sky!
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I Page SJC THE JEWISH FLORI D l_AN_ Friday. Ma; 4 .. HEBREW OROIP TO FETE MAGXES ON MAI rill L. a In the l Pales' : k H %  • .". : : ( omn Here for ((inference Dr .'.: : %  t j [ May U Di M o'. the 1 Ing ] : reception Dr. C 11 %  beei inv l • %  ;: M %  A ( KV FOB MOTHERHOOD :ed from page H ol \ scen< al beautiful ( amp Wobelo, In the Blue Rldfc MoooUIni of Pennsylvania. I IBMS < LOSED TO SONBon Beati Father*! Record and IB1 \N GERMAN VOITII Annexes Debating Prize Tior condition, for 4I5.00 on a ne* w burner'electric ttnge. x,. .*•*%  .-.-• % % %  >.. We're buying in carloads to get these low prices on standard make three and tour burner new rrod:! electric ranges. These are NOT old stoc models. They are the latest developments of the electrical manufactJ r e'S NOW Jewish Pedagogue Heckled By students in Lithuanian ( oUefe Kau:. mitic Llthuanof Kaunas inaugural Ii DOCl M Quttmai. member ol boot's %  A demonstration against Dr I man was carried out by a group ol who yelled, whistled and shouted "beat the Jev Model 44 B $65 Other Radios Priced from (20 to 1175 We make liberal allowance on] your old Radio and allow you I easy terms. SUMNER FURNITURE & RADIO CO. 300 NORTH MIAMI AVENUE + A STANDARD MAKE 3 Burner ELECTRIC RANGE ALLOWANCE w „ CLD STOVE Terms, *5.30 a month for 18 months, with no down payment. Or you may prefer a four burner at a n*w low price, with a *25.00 allowance for your old stove We are buying 281 ranges at these bargain prices They won't last long, so get yours tc. may take advantage of this offer thrown favorite electric dealer. $99 50 5 IS COM OR $5.30 A MONT' FOR 18 MONTHS WlTr NO DOWN PAYA#'



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Friday May 4. 1934 THEJE' W ISH FLORIDIAN Page Five p2j?nszszivzsvvziziiJznizizizsiriJznizizivznjziziiiv,rEi SOCIETY I ,i big league player and baseball ran, JIME. Biown enthusiastic over the game during i iiM'diK-inii i.i 'iviurr %  rest,' which opens at the ITheatre on Sunday and Monnat he up and purchased a Binnal Irani. Has always had his own baseilub In Hollywood, but when B| iker called him up al the [National Studies and .said hi ill luni a third interest in will be Bar Mitzva Saturday, May 2lst, at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Synagogue of which Mr. Oreenberg is secretary. A reception will follow the services, AH friends are invited to attend. No cards will be issued. le: A final call has been issued by Nat Kupper manager of the Y. M. H. A. diamond ball team for all Jewish young men of 25 or over to participate in the tryouts for the team. A regular practice will be Citj Ball Club ol the hM nnno Park Sunday afternoon at 2 p. m. The senior team has been entered in th civic league Arrangements are now being made for the entry of the Juniors in another League. an Association, he closed the imedlately. Speaker and Lee owner oi the Dos Moines own the other two-third's in'Elmer the Great" is the baseba comedy-drama written by 1. dner and George C. Cohan, made such a tremendous hit stage. Joe has enacted tinole on the stage that he plays screen version. Much Harmony." I'aralavlsh musical production. playing at the 7th Avo next Sunday and Monday. Imposing cast including Crosby. Jack Oakie, Skeets her, Judith Allen, Harry Lilyan Tashman and Ned story revolves around the acof a group of show people, Be plot follows them off stage Hckstage, in their homes and ^ir dressing rooms, revealing the glamour in the lives of folks whose job it is to make laugh and cry. • • • e go to press an important of the local Bnai Brith is being held at Beth David Torah Hall. important meeting of the Auxiliary of the Miami Orthodox Congregation will be held at the Synagogue next Tuesday evening. May 8th, beginning at ii p. in. All members are )to attend as important busiill be acted on. nnouncing his candidacy for re-SKtion to the office of County asing Agent, Mr. C. L. Wheat. cum bent stated: deeply grateful to the citiDade County for the honor estowed on me and the conthey placed in me by electDade County Purchasing When I announced my canthe first time fo. the office de County Purchasing Agent. I premised the citizens of Dade County Miat 1 would be the Purchasing Agci HI fact and not a rubber s tssj. 1 have proven that. I have fought hard lor the continuation Of the oil ice because I sincerely believe It is a saving to the taxpayer. I hae been independent in my thinking and operation ol the office. Jt I should allow myself to bocoosa a rubber stamp, eliminate my own personality, my own reasoning Pewets and capabilities in the important matters that come before decision, I would be disto myself. 1 have managed Sirs of the office of Purchasent as a free man, bound by and no influence other than by OBJ own dominating desire to rendeg honest, highly efficient ser|the citizens of Dade County." • • • Oreenberg, son of Mr. and ?ph Greenberg of this city The Y. M. H. A. will sponsor a Business Men's Health Class under the supervision of Milton 'Iraeger to be held on Monday and Thursday evenings beginning May 4th. Mitchell Kasanoff will leave here today by auto lor an extended visit to the North during which time he will visit friends and relatives in Philadelphia and lioston. He will attend the Massachusetts school of Optometry. • • • J. B. Lemon, director ol Recrealon of Miami Beach announced his candidacy for the office of Dade County purchasing agent. Mr. Lemon was born in anniston, Ala., 33 yean ago. Is married and has two children attending school here. Was physical director of the Y. M. C. A. in 1924. and engaged In the real estate business here during 1924 and 1925. Is national chairman of the Playground and Diamondball Committee of the A. A. U.; formed the Florida Diamondball Association in 1931 and is now organizing the International Diamondball Association to supervise the game in the United States and Canada. "A square deal and equal distribution Of business buying between Dade County merchants" is the platform upon which he is asking the voters of Dade County to elect him. Congratulations are being received by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Asher Miller on the birth of a baby boy. The Bris will be held at the Mayfield Court Apts. Sunday morning with Rabbi S. M. Machtei of the Radio Synagog officiating. Vote For J. B. LEMON FOR Dade County Purchasing Agent (Paid Political Ad.i PLAYING AT THE 7TII AVENUE THEATRE .. TOO MUCH HARMONY A regular meeting Of the Junior Council of Jewish Women will take place Tuesday evening May 8th at the Ponce De Leon Hotel when election cf officers will l>o held All members are urged to attend. Fred Pino. County Solicitor tor Dade County, who is campaigning for re-election on the basis of his record of accomplishments m office, has been meeting enthusiastic reception whenever he has appeared on the local platform during the past weeks. He is asking the voters to favor him ii they want an impartial, able, and oilmen' administration of the office in the Interests oi justice to the people of the county, Tax Exemption Benefits Stati assessment rules with the result that most of the taxes "lost" thru the homestead exemptions would be retrieved by the placing of property on the tax books at more nearly their true values." He said that each ol the counties in Florida has Its own assessment measure with the result that there is only $436,000.000 worth of property on the state tax roll, including personal property. Instead ol S2.500.ooo.ooo. which he said is the actual value of real estate and personal property which should be on the tax roll. "A condition like this shows that great wealth is escaping taxation." he aid, "Our ad valorem system of taxation has broken down. "I believe the homestead exemption amendment will be followed by repeal of the state law exempting incomes. The real measure ol taxing power ought to be the ability Ol the men to pay and an income tax would partially take care of what we would lose by exempting bom* steads." Mr. Rogers pointed out that a man with Si.000 cash pays the late a 10-eeiit tax "If he turns II in.' the man with a note for S1.000 pays 12 tax and the owner of a $1,000 home pays an average of $37.90. "unless he lives within the limits of a municipality, In which event he pays that much more." + -f I I The speaker asserted that "25 to 50 per cent of the residents of Florida don't contribute to the support of government because there is no way of reaching them under our present system." The proposed homestead exemption amendment," he said. "Is in line with what Is going on in the federal government and will result In the setting up of a just system of taxation." Plan.-, for a seminar in which the faiths ol Portostants. Catholics and Jews will be di i w sed with a view of bringing a better understanding between all, will be announced shortly by the committee In charge ol arrangement rentaltve arrangements call tor an afternoon session, following which a dinner will bo served, it is possible that part of the proceedings will be broadcast over one ol the local stations. This seminar is one oi a series that is being hold throughout the country and was originally begun and sugsted by the National Fecer Conference oi Jews and Christians. The actuality of today seldom looks as good as the theory of yesterday. The proposed $5,000 home-lead tax exemption amendment to the state constitution will encourage home owning and home building and increase the population ol Florida. Representative Dwight L. Rogers, Fort Lauderdale, sponsor of the bill, told members of the Miami Realty Board. The proposed amend ment will bo voted upon al the November election. "Where population increase. there are the centers of wealth and increase in land values." Mr. Rogers said. Ho pointed out that the legislature would set up uniform property TIVOLI Show; 8:48 and 0 no P. M. 20c till 6:30—Evening 25c Matinees Daily Sunday and Monday. May 6-1 IOE E. BROWN "Elmer the Great" About the only place that perfect climate is to be found is in a hotel or railway guide. £ %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  NOW! %  •Delightful Efficiency and Bed-p %  room Apartments, right at ti.n B ean. %  %  LOW SUMMER RATES j H EVERY CONVENIENCE m a Apply, Manager %  Mare Vista %  Apartments %  %  Ocean Drive & 2nd St. %  %  MIAMI BEACH %  %  %  BUY YOLK FISH ALIVE LIVE FISH MARKET Causeway Dock. Miami Beach, Fla. Phone 5-2207 WOOLWORTH TYPE STORES in U. S. S. R. Mr. I. I. Gordeeff Appointed New Head of TORGSIN in the United States NEW YORK. Five and ten kopek HI ores in Leningrad. Moscow, Kharkov and other large cities in the Soviet Union, is the latest achievement of "Torgsin." State Corporation for Trade with Foreigners, according to Mr. I. I. Gordeeff, new head of the Torgsln representation In the I'nited States, who has just arrived from Moscow. These are recent additions, set up in connection with the regular Torgsin stores thai sell merchandise for gold, silver or foreign exchange. Imported goods totaling $3,000,000 were handled by Torgsin stores in Moscow alone during 1933, according to Mr. Gordeeff. Torgsin is an entirely original institution. Its 1,700 retail outlets In the Soviet Union deal only In foreign money, gold and silver. Relatives of Soviet citizens living in other countries supply some of the funds for purchasing in the Torgsin stores. "This." Mr. Gordeeff explained In his precise English acquired on a previous assignment in the I'nited Slates, "is in keeping with the Soviet Union's general plan of securing foreign money and gold to help make possible the gigantic expenditures for industrial goods brought in other countries. "This does not mean lo say thai the Torgsin stores are the only places where quality merchandise can be secured. Every Soviet district has huge co-operative I. I. GORDBHFF slate-owned retail outlets where purchases may be made in roubles. But „ for ,';^:""" V '" K or visiti,,K eta" and in the t .s,.s>.lt. and persons who or relatives abroad find the Torglhat ha8 Krown more han 10Q% rouble twenty kopeks to the dollar. Mr. (iordeoff claims that Torgsin prices, even at this exchange, are equal or lower than in the United States. Creamery butter of the highest quality, ho said, cost 80 kopeks per kilo (2.2 |lbs.), prime meat 3 4 k. per kilo, ham 4 5 k. per kilo and a kilo of white bread 17 k. Shoes can be bought for 3.70 roubles and a woolen suit of clothes, for man or woman, can be obtained for 7.50 roubles. Mr. Gordeeff. assistant manager of the Torgsin stores in the Moscow district before coming to the United States, said that Moscow Torgsin Stores listed 15,000 different articles."American methods of merchandising have been instituted. In some district deliveries of goods are made to the customer and a large mail order service has been set up for buyers in outlying districts." Torgsin, Mr. Gordeeff pointed out. sells articles and services varying from the daily food staples to automobiles, theater tickin health resorts. New stores are being opened sin stores very convenient in thai per year since Torgsin was esthey supply them With many imltabH8hed in 19;!1 r ;, commodities and domestic Forty lhollsand American rearticles Ol high quality. j cords for Soviet phonoBrapng naV6 Torgsin store prices are marked been purchased by Torgsin for In gold roubles. In recent months distribution in Torgsin stores, the gold rouble in terms of U.S. These will be sent on the SS KIM. orjeurrency has been around oneinow lying in New York harbor. •7 i ria of nd


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PAGE TWO •* f ,l EWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, May i ;.,•.. SOCIETY PLAY ISC, AT THE TIYOU HUM ni The Bi-weekly card party schedI for last Tuesday night for the benefit of the Miami Jewish OrthoAuxiliary 1|! be hold next Sunday May 6th, be. Ing at 8 p. m., at the home of Mrs. Nathan Adelman. 1421 N. W. %  St., when Mrs. Adelman and Mrs. Sam Tannenbaum will be hostesses. Prizes will be awarded h score.and refreshments will I I The public is Invited end. • • • Oflii ntly elected by Temple Israel Sisterhood will be m. d ..' a luncheon i lay, 7th, at 1 p. m m Kaplan Hall. In charge oi arrangements Is Mrs v. II : -.airman by Mrs Harry Ni % %  : -' %  % %  I i A program which will include a number ot < and a ski: written by the sident. will be %  ifternoon. Reservatl as may be iny member oi the com• • • iffi : th David Sisterhood will be ii May .-. David Talmud Torah Hall wi h arrai ided by Mrs. an M ndaj I %  %  H % %  % %  %  I Iti : : u report : Ulcers v.... Oi f the la :.' :.. tlM I '• %  ... poi II %  Ml :..lapter of %  Hadassah Mond B :: -' Follov heon brid %  prize beii awarded to Mrs. Rose Baron. Prizes !.: at the individual were awarded In charge of men! i ri Mesdames Bar. j Welnkle and A Reinders. The i towards • i :. fund Ol Had:> • Ml and Mrs B. Kandel are nownew home 115ti S.W. hey will be happy : %  i thel %  • • Dr. Barney Welnkle attended the .... Stati Convention of held at Jacksonlast week. He v.... Irs Welnkle. Is ol Miss Rishty daughter ol Mr Mrs M Rishty ol New York and Miami to Mr Meyer Dweck oi as solemnized at the d x S; :.agogue • nee o: oi friend lives Sfardil ms were obPrlor ceremony 51 the a h was nd attended by her sister Miss A Rishty. The .icon: ; by Mr Mil nd AtCit; I II Rabbi Jull %  %  her of%  %  pt ioi • vestry room I and refi d Idren ai i Hi thi I of i %  .i : %  : -' :.• xi Sunindei liri I n ol Rabbl ... .Washer will be In chai I .im. Burdine's MAY EVENTS are in full swing! 1 \ er) day unfolds a more exciting tale of savings, ol high qualities and of new, thrillilues. Watch the papers there arc m.inv still to come: ,•' TOMORROW—EVENT NO. 5 JACK TAR TOGS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS $1.50 Young Sunshine Fashion Colony. Fourth Floor PATRICIA ELLIS In "Elmer the Great" B th David Sunday school will hold examinations for promotions nornii Examinations will be under the direction ol Rabbi Max Shapiro who will be assisted by the faculty. Sum. May 13th tin en of ll '"'" Sund rorah wil t at the S; n at 9 m •' r thi annual picnic Id ai Fl Laudi rmes wii. nts will be given hildn n An in en in .-. liai %  I a i omml Istms : "•' %  P : nd J. Louis SI oclv Isted by Rabbl Washer and the : ilty. Mi and Mrs I Cli .:.. tions on I Dirtr. ol a baby .:.i Hospital last Saturda; Moth nd baby an res>m ely. Mr and Mrs Wm, Friedman will oe host : May 8th at Beth Davic .'almud i rah Hall for Betl D 31sti: hi d Pi izi will be %  :• .. and relic. :.::.• 9 111 bserv< d The publii I Ii to attend. At 'I %  ::.; .' Israel servU id of the sermon by Di Kaplan, the following Boy Scout program will be presented. Th< :. and ::lends are mi invited As part of the Ri iar Friday night services, seven boys of the newly formed Troop 6 will be introduced to Scouting through the impressive Boy Scout Invi II r.y. which will give the boys a dec;: : ..'. into the Bin this character bulldll tlon. Pre( edii i remony, Mr A S, MacFarlane, Scout Executive and Mr. H. P. Hermancc of the Dade County Council will b, introduced Twelve boys from Troop 29, under the leadership ol Mr John H Hopkins. Jr., will pn the ceremony. Sunday morning at tin i Class 8. under the leadership ol Mrs. Isaac Kaufman the teacher, will present a very interesting program on Lag B'Omer called "Th. Golden Ring." The following children will take part: Dorothy Levin Teddy Plant. Shirley Levy. D Morris. Betty Letaw and Bhepard Simpson. Friends of the Religious School are welcome. ite. For two weeks starting with Monday Mr. Pepper will continue North and West Florida, and will then return to South Florida for a whirlwind tour ol tna ( .. thi concluding f th Dm:: %  I ntoiClubs were added In Dm H igh couritie He in Tall during the i as .. Mr. Pepper fully In addition to the $200 fee which I first to pay to l '' %  "" n mittee during its February 21st meeting at Jackson ville. D himsell fully con as to thi %  ol the i candidate Pi pp i a erted d with thi %  : %  ss with which the peoi the pn erting that he Is coni-lni ed that the sentiment in lavi .:. thi I H Inltely crystallized m oi his candidi Dr. Ghas. Beckwitt OPTOMETRIST •Jl years In Miami" I l ( ini II tiv presi niii'ci and at i nr tel) fitted glasses over a period ol more than 24 years, l IREFUL ATTENTION TO ( OSMETI4 \ til 1 v STYLI S, Wll TYPES • N E FIRS! Wl Boi orrin l> !" Sunday Phone 2-6551 Evenings 2"i Sundaj and Monday, Maj 6-7 "Too Much Harmony" BING CROSBY JA< K OAXII SHEETS GALLAGHER + HEIDELBERG BEER GARDEN DINNER 151*2= sr th ,60c up Joseph M. Fine FUNERAL DIRECTOR Associated With Philhrick Funeral I Ionics A BL0W-00T/ THIS TIRE SAVES LIVES EVERY DAY Yo Extra Cost for "Golden Ply" Blow-out Protection \duh :i>. r I I hil'lrm Hir I 1 'I'll IS new Goodrich Silv. rt-iwr. with the Golden Ply may save your life. The Golden Ply r. • • ternal heat—the great, unsn m of 1.1 ow-outs. Silvertowns v. amazing invention lasted 3 times as long in gruelling high-speci test-. And it will certainly sav.; with its months of extra mild Extra safety! Extra mileage! V. Silvertowns don't cost a pet.:... m B tlian other standard tires. 1. 'ok r MONEY-SAVING PRICES 1.30x20 ;si j 1.75x19 S8.C 1.66x19 IW MSxM Ill* %  ..:,n\i9 Sll* Subject to chan without notice and to airy go.ee nmental tax or ley. With appear.i: leduled foi many counties this week. ( Pepper Monday resinned his intensive campaign for the Unl r m m m \ White Oak Leather |Half Soles 50c| -LADIES HEELS \n M %  ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP I 240 N. E. h,.i \„ ftp,, c, B „ llf ," jtte NEW Goodrich Safety Silver town with LIFE-SAVER GOLDEN W PALLOT TIRB COMPANY ] N E. 2nd Avr.. C. Brt [ I'hone 3-1266 | 'FAIR DEALING MADB >" \i A



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%  -*%  t wJeMsti filariidliiai in Vol. 7—No. i;:. M. OR] DA 'S ONLY JJ.WISH WEEKLY MIAMI. FLORIDA, I KI DAY, MA* 4, 1934 Officers Arc Installed Here Price Five Cents New officers were installed at the May breakfast oi the Jewish Welfare Bureau Ladies auxiliary, held Tuesday at the Barcelona lea room In Coral Gables They unladed Mrs. Charles Greenfield, president: Mrs. Morris L. Oowen. Mrs Hen Rlesner, Mrs. Julius Simpson, vice presidents; Mrs. H. I. Homa, recording secretary; Mrs. Hose I Miles. corresponding secretary; Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, financial secretary; Mrs. Henrey Bulbin. treasurer, and Mrs. Milton Weiner. auditor. Mrs. Marvin Bronner was toastmaster. Invocation was given by Mrs. Lewis Brown (iucsls were seated at long tabledecorated with many tropical flowers. Covers ol the bonor guests were marked with cordages. Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, the retiring president, cave her report ol :he year's work, and was presented with a gift from ilie group. Mrs 3reenfleld gave an address, followed by vocal solas by Mi. I.am Fay. One minute speeches were made oy Mrs. I. Weinstem. president Sis-erhood of Temple Israel: Mrs. II a. Sllverman, president ol Beth Ja•ob Sisterhood; Mrs. William Robnson, Beth David .sisterhood; Mrs -i. Kotkin, Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation; Mi Max Dobrm. jresident of Senior Hadassah; Mrs. 3ol H. Rotfort, president oi the Junior Hadassah; Mrs Lena Simon. Smunah chapter; Mrs. Pinkits ichelnberg was chairman ol the >reakfast, which was attended by nore than 100 guests Brotherhood Day Observed Here Brotherhood Day was observed locally last Sunday by programs on both radio Stations. At 8:45 a. m., the first Brotherhood day pro was observed during the servil the Radio BynagOg when Bruce Mmear. secretary ol the Miami V. M C. A. spoke on the Protestant viewpoint, and Judge David J. Hellerman of the Civil Court of Record presented the Catholic viewpoint Rabbi S. M. Machtei spoke from the Jewish attitude. Several musical numbers were heard. In the afternoon at 1:30 p, m. Father Peter Paul O'Sullivan spoke from the catholic viewpoint, Rev. J. Delman Kuvkendull from the Protestant Viewpoint, and Rabbi Dr. Jacob II Kaplan Ol Temple Israel Hoe. the Jewish viewpoint. Mrs. H. U. Peibelman sang, accompanied i,-, Mrs. II. s. Asher at the piano. Very favorable comment has been i from Gentiles as well as Jews aa result of the two programs A Cry For Brotherhood A Protest against Hitlers Persecution of the Jews Jewish Boy Wins Honor jr. Hadassah To Hold Dance Officers To Be Installed The formal installation ol the ol'icers of the Ladic Auxiliary ol he Miami Jewish orthodox Con{regatlon will be held Wednesday. Vtay 9th, at 12 noon at Kleins 1800 I. W. 4th street. In charm' ol ar"angements are a committee headed jy Mrs. Max Kupfcrstcin and Mrs Vathan Adelman. Mrs chaFeldnan will be toaslmisiress and will nstall the officers. The principal iddress will be made In Rabbi lullus Washer, Rabbi ol the inntregation. An elaborate pro-ram ol mtertalnment has been planned. f"he public Is invited to attend leservations may be made by < all ng 2-0878, 2-6584 or 2-7930. Junior Hadassah's annual Maj day dance will be given Sunday evening, May 6th. on the rool oi the Alcazar hotel. Orchestral music will be furnished for dancing, and a Hour show will be presented. Candidates for Queen of the May have been selected, and they include Miss Dons Cromer, representing the Senior Council of Jewish Women; Mis.. Miriam Schcmbcre Junior Council of Jewish Women; Miss Sylvia Miles, Jewish Welfare ouieau: MisIda Bngler, representing Beth David sisterhood and the Loyalty club; Ml Bi a Miami Beach Jewish Social set: \n. Bessii Besvinick, representing the Senior Hadas.-aii: Miss Marjorie Relsner, from Temple Israel Sisterhood, and Miss Esther Cromer, from the Young Men's Hebrew association. Mitt Frances Kone tin Bnai Brith. and Miss Flo Levich for Phi Epsilon Pi IT, M, H. A. To Hold Banquet What promises to be one ol the ala events of the current season is he nomination banquet and get ogether of members ot the Young %  ten's Hebrew Association. Wednesday evening, May 9th. at the clublouse. Following the nominations a *nquet will be served by the comnittee in charge nt arrangements onsistlng of Sam shmdeii. chairaan, assisted by Me• i o car ArIntar, Aaron Weinkle. Jimmy -lllleri Ben Cleln and Hyman Apte. >nly members in good .stnmlnm will permitted to attend An elaborate program of entertainment has en provided. West Palm Beach Observed Day As a result of the efforts of Palm Beach Lodite of Bnai Brith. Brotherhood Day was observed last Sunday al the Kettler Theatre under the auspices ol the Business Men's Bible Class. Dr. Frances Morton Fox ol the First Presbyterian Church gave the invocation and. Rev. Mildred Hunt I pronounced the benediction. Addresses were delivered by Rev. H. Irving Southitt of Holy Trinity Church for the Protestants, Judge Phil O'Connell represent um Father A. Doherty lor the Catholic faith, and Dr. Carl N. Herman oi Beth Israel lor the Jewish faith, chas. M. Warwick. Jr.. prominent local attorney sane accompanied by M. Bhearhouse, cornetist, and Walter Rimmel planlste. E. A. Btumpf as cheer leader A large audience composed ol Protestant-. Catholics and Jewattended. By EDWIN MARKHAM They came from old night with Asia in their blood, Out of the mystery before the Flood. They saw old Egypt join the ruined lands, The sculptured scarlet East turn to gray sands. I'he star of Greece arise and fade to dream. Homes wolf draw suck beside the yellow stream, Then roar on the world with jaws that did not spare, Then darkly die upon his ancient lair. Thru all these years this people Carried chains; Had dark Assyrias and darker Spains. They wenthe trihes nl sorrow who were fed From wells of hate and exile's bit ter bread. They built the tombs of Pharaohs in old years. Mixing Hie brick, with tears. They built but had no nouses of their own: Tyre heard their dir;e and Babylon their moan. Ami now in Germany we see again The old hard ha id laid OO these women and men: And vet this wondrous race has given birth To genius and a glory on the earth. Out of this people came The I'.ncik ol' books and many a glorious name— .Moses who stood once in the holy place And gated upon Jehovah, lace to face; Then standing on the cliffs ol Sinai, He heard the wisdom of the upper sky. And handed down the Decalogue to be A law for men on every land and sea. It was a wisdom-word That centuries and continents have heard; And never a man of earth has added to it— This wonder-wisdom from the Infinite. And .ludah had other sons— Isaiah he whose voice was like the thunder of the seaHad David. tOO, whose heaven-enkindled psalm lias breathed on earth a Ugfa unworldly calm— Had also gnat Mainionidcs. Who touched supernal keys. Who saw the world. Cods sweet caress. Was made for man, and man for happiness. Then her Spinoza lifted a lighted hand, Which still is flashing light from land to land. Behold, the wisdom of her poet sages Has left eternal glory on the ages. (Continued on page 6) Leonard Rose, the son ol M: Mrs. Harry Rose ol this city, won i on of the most coveted honors in ; the United States Thursday when he Was awarded a lour year scholarship at the Curtis Institute of Music In Philadelphia. Leonard who is a graduate of the Ada Merritt School, and a pupil of Waller | Announcements! TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 137 N. K. Nineteenth Street DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN, Rabbi Regular Friday night services, begin at 8:15 o'clock with a special program to be given by the Boy Scouts. -VII X -VI l JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) 1S45 S. W. Third Street JULIUS WASHER. Rabbi Early services begin tonight at 6:15 p. m. Tomorrow morning services begin at II a. m. Minch.i at 6:30 p. m. followed by the M service. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (ConfterTatiee) 139 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi Grossman won the state prize ol Florida for distinction in cello playing. He was a member ol the Junior Symphony Orchestra ol the University oi Miami Conservatory ol Music and was often heard In recital here. Since last November he Was a student at the Curtis Institute ol Music preparing for the scholarship examination.-. The scholarship includes his general academic education, in addition to his musical training. Early services tonight begin at 6 p. in Tomorrow morning services at 8:30 a. m. The Junior Congregation under the direction of Cantor Kaniinsky meets at 10:30 Saturday morning. Hadassah Names New Officers CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) 111 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM. Rabbi. Junior Hadas-ah held its annual election ol officers Monday evening in Beth David Talmud Torah. New officers elected include: Miss Hana Mack, president: MisIda Safer, flrsl vice-president; Miss Beady Ooldenblank, second vicepresident: Miss Anita Sllverman. third vice-president; Miss Ida Engirt, corresponding secretary; Miss l: Cromer. recording secretjr Miss Pauline I.asky. treasurer and financial secretary, and MisBetty I.asky. historian The new board Ol directors includes Miss Dorothy Brill. Miss Sylvia Rayvls, Miss Esther Rosengarten, Miss Bea Silver. Mrs William Fair, and Miss Irene (loldberger. Junior Hadassah welcomed the following new members at the meeting: Miss Betty I.asky. Miss Lillian Fried. MisEleanor Mink. and Miss Rose Levin. Reports were given on the annual five-dollar dinner and on the Maj Day dance which will be given this Sunday on the roof of the Alcazai Hotel. The installation banquet has been tentatively set for Monday evening. June 4th. Early services tonight begin at li p. m. Tomorrow morning services at 8 a. m. with Cantor Boris Schlachman chanting the service.-. Mincha at 5:30 p. m. followed by the Class in "Ayin Yaakov". Maariv services follow. Bank Dividend Will Be Paid Distribution of checks representing the payment of a third dividend to depositors of the closed City National Bank In Miami will be started at 9 a. m. today at the office of C. H. Bancroft, receiver, on the second floor of the Florida National Bank building. Mr. Bancroft reported yesterday. The checks total approximately S350.000 and represent a 7'_. per cent dividend. Dividends totaling 32V4 per cent were paid before the retirement of H. J. Spurway. who was succeeded by Mr Bam r Today's dividend was made available by collections on the assets ol the bank .supplemented by a loan of approximately $135,000 from the Reconstruction Finance Corporation. Mr. Bancroft said. The bank closed in December. 1930. with deposits ot approximately S6.000.000. A 20 per cent dividend was paid in October. 1931. and a 124 I"' 1 cent dividend in August. 1932. %  7 1ria of id



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Friday. May %  1934 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN TIIK JEWISH S?--'"!" ",<1 "' s ,a an, : m i)v %  FLORIDIAN Page Three A. Dobrow, who auctioned 10 Reich if u,„ %  %  „ J %  WHO uucuoiioa • SgL h ', ,,il "' '" "" l re u %  "uiii tor the congress is as complete as H organization. II BUSHED KVEKY FRIDAY b> the TIUI I FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. P, 0. Boi 2973 Miami, Florida Phone 2-11X3 KDITORIAL OFFICES: t .| s. W. 15th Amu i'hon* 2-1183 I LOUIS SHOCIIET. Editor FRED K SHOCHRT, Circulation Manmn |R BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Field Representative I .. lecond class matter July 4, th< I'.-! Offict at Miami. Florida, Vcl of March 3, 1879. WEST PALM BEACH SAMUEL SCHUTZER Representative the Reich. the can be, II win serve two purposes: ", Ul V1V II >' dramatise the plea A large crowd attended the dance of Jews to boycott the countrj sponsored last Sunday nighl at the which has dedicated Itself to mass Dixie Gardens by Beth srael Sistermurder; and secondly, it will meet ll0 d. the practical nerd ol showing both distributors and consumers thai A meeting of the local Bnal Germany's goods can be dl pensed Hmh was held last Monday when with, without affecting the qualltj ln portanl matters were acted on. THE or the price of the product. Olympics— Without Jews The next meeting of the Lodge will be held Monday evening, May 7th. he says he'll pay when I settle a( the Monterey Hotel and all mommeat bill. bers are urged to attend. Manager 'wholesale house you think there's no show oi collecting this bill against Blinks, the butcher? Bill Collector—Not the slightest; my No Garter Strain. No Knees Strain. No Seam Strain. —Silk stocking advt. And no eye .strain? ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN, Representative ORLANDO SYLVIA BERMAN Representative Sfl .Month* One \car TAMPA. FLA.: MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative SI'BSCRIPTION Jl.no I2.M Vol. 7—No. 18 FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1934 Making Intolerance \ ('.rime What a remarkable demonstration of the international good will achieved through sport—if the 1936 The Hollywood divorce mill hums. A big-production paragon; Its weird geometry benumbs. With some people excitement is a pretty fair substitute for contentment. A joint meeting of Congregation Beth El and its Sisterhood was held Wednesday night at th Synagogue. Plans for the work of the CongreI Eternal'triangle" becomes gation and Sisterhood were acted Olympics are held In %  Berlin! The on and will be anounced shortly, defiling presence of Jews will be eliminated so that good Christian gentlemen may enjoy their athletics in an atmosphere of camaraderie. This seems to be certain, judging by continuing news reports from Germany thai members of Jewish sports clubs and even Jews who served the Fatherland at the Front during the War are not being permitted to train in the regular gymnasiums and athletic fields. What does the American Olympics Committee propose to do! More than six hundred Jewish voters registered in Palm Beach County and are eligible to vote in the June primaries. An active local campaign is being waged here. A New York store advertises that I It understands woman in all her Just notice how the talked-upon ( moods. It is this dizzy confidence that makes a recovery seem real. A very transient polygon. The trouble about being happy is As soon as John Bull has the that we do not realize that we are money with which to pay something until we are not. on the war debt, he gets a case of French cramps tn the hand. Many a boy goes Mrs. Sam Berner of Tampa, a former resident of this city is visiting here daughter here for a short time. through life without hearing a kind word until some woman starts out to capture The actuality of today seldom looks as good as the theory of yeshim for a husband, terday. Probably there never was a womAbout the only place that perfect an so highly civilized That she climate is to be found is in a hotel couldn't enjoy sitting on the grass or railway guide. and eating watermelon. are pending before the Hires of New Jersey and York bills prohibiting "clrculation ol propaganda tending to Inliglous or racial prejudice." likelihood these measures and there will thus have Ken the most important step toward the assurance of peace of mind for the minorities of America. I in the Northern States. t may be said in favor of xi will educational process, 'acted in scope and slow in Ing results. The Governhowever, has a definite obligation to its citizens to guarantee life, liberty and pursuit of less." The noxious growth of tn and similar racial-bias tents in America seems to be • ning not only the mental Hum but the actual physical : Jews and other racial and minorities. The Soviet 1 runent has proved that a concerned with (he uprooting ranee can succeed if it api ell sincerely and energetio the task. Jews throughout are urged to press upon 1 State Legislatures the introand passage of bills similar tit to those now before the biles in the Eastern States. intolerance a crime will go exterminate organized antim, which is usually genermen with self-seeking mo* unbalanced minds. Those %  late for racial murder are as guilty of crime against the as the individuals who com>"'• ordinary homicide. The State ind the Federal Government should ke over a duty which rightfully to them under their reConstitutions. Tampa, Fla. Notes Jewish News Around The World Plans for a series Ol dances to be given by the Y. M. H. A. In Its new clubhouse on Nebraska and Ross Avenues. Saturday night were mad.! at a mooting of the organization last week. Mr. Max M. Juster Is chairman ol the committee for these dances which will bo hold on Saturday nights, dancing to start at 9:30 o'clock and continue till after midnight, The public is invited. Jewish Congress Plans Exhibit Both Ell Sisterhood last Sunday nigh! .,, M,,,,,,. Hall was attended Germany. Many business bv ., | ar g e gathering. Following sup%  have hesitated to adopt a ,,, e i g hl tables ol bridge were In tag boycott of German ,,..,., .,,,d prizes for high scores 1 'x cause there were not, they were awarded al each table. A beautifully decorated cake was won i 'to substitutes for certhe fust time that such a program has been put on the air. The effect of the broadcast is expected to be to give the entire convention proceedings to the radio audience in a nutshell. The convention will be broadcast over the Blue Network at 9:30 P. body of the late Dr. Leo Motzkin. chairman of the World Zionist Actions Committee, has been shipped to Palestine, the Jewish community is making preparations for the funeral of the noted Zionist leader on April 19. Dr. Motzkin will be buried on the Mount of Olives. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder and director of the Radio Synagog. will preach over radio station WIOD at nine o'clock on Sunday morning on "False Concepts." In addition to the sermon there will be prayers, scripture reading and a question box. IV nria of nd


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