The Jewish Floridian

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:00275

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I LORIDA'S ONLY JKWISH WEEKLY
To
jak At Park
Miami to discuss the
i campaign which she
waged throughout the
ri.-la congressional dis-
) v.. Crokcr will speak
Park Saturday night
During her travels
district she has cen-
Impaign on issues which
Bictly and forcefully
he forefront many prob-
ing the entile nation
Parly citizens and real-
Fourth Florida Dis-
tressed among other
passage of laws for the
riculture and the
li citrus and food crops
|against competition of
produced by cheap
Florldians particular-
tins district know what
It ion has done to local
fhe past, she has pledg-
vrork industriously for
her constituents, and
now her. well realize
will never stand in the
ulfilllng her pledges. A
conclusive prool ol
l\\n when as Chairman
Beach County P. E. R.
I 'n Introduce politics
ation oi govern-
funds met with her
iition. Because ol this
from office by
She accepted this
her than compromise
her duty to allc-
rdy.
I i he has promis-
I the rights of the
i ive cji race or creed
pted to the fad thai
me she was associated
|plc work with the late
j foremost leader of
his life time and
Itarian. she points to
public and private
hampioning the rights
as ample reason for
o congress.
i alter her marriage
li In 1914. Mrs. Croker
piter home in Florida
his death in 1922
late as her legal real-
|H. A. To
>nsor Party
J -Men> Hebrew Assocl-
loring a benefit bridge
finis next Tuesday eve-
al a o'clock for the
I iber (it the club
I Who are In (ll 'li
u-t lime the organiza-
1 uch an event,
always been ready
ilzations m then
JThere will be a nomi-
i ind the entire
en to the fam-
f'1 I urged to attend
rded for high
efreshments will be
Miami. FLORIDA, I ici
DAY, JUNE 1, ISM
Price five Cents
S. P. i Pete i Roblneau, candidate
for re-election to the Legislature u
making one of the most active cam-
paigns in local history and basing
his appeal for re-election lm his
record In the legislature for the
past three terms. Educated in Lake
Forest .the University of Freiburg,
and the Sorbonne, and a graduate
Ol Harvard Law School lie was ad-
mitted to practice in Mas.sacliu.sett.
In 1912 and in Florida in 191"). Dur-
ing the world war he served in the
French army being demobilized be-
cause oi wounds. He re-enlisted In
the American army to go Overseas
and was demobilized In 1919 as a
captain. He was city attorney ol
Miami from 1919 to 1921 and served
three terms In the Legislature. He
championed the cause ol Dade
County In the famous gasoline tax
titiiit and has established an
viable reputation as a legt
throughout the entire state.
Reception To
Honor Rabbi
Candidate To
Close Campaign
Promising to aggressively support
all sound measures to better the
condition ol "the man who i
lates his income In terms of food.
clothing and shelter. John J. Lind-
sey, prominent Miami attorni
campaigning for the legislature In
group 2.
Lindsey will oppose Rep. S P
I an. w ho is the illCUillb
i pi dim e in make no promise
not made from the pub'..
or in the public press, and in plain
language to express my position on
th< i ue presented.' Llndsej
Lindsey. a nativi i
Miss., took hi law
: ci tttaro C
in June. 1912, and entered thi
practice ot law in Tennessee In
1913.
Coming to Miami in July. 1923,
in the Interest ol a client, the Union
Planters' Bank Ol Memphis. he
later came here to make his home,
He was admitted to practice In Flor-
ida in 1927 and has remained hen
-nice.
He Is a Mason, Clvitan and mem-
ber ol the Temple Baptist church
J. C. Willis, school trustee for
district two, I b candidate ror thi
school board in district 2 against
the incumbent W. H. Combf. Sr. A
native ol Alabama lie came In Mi-
ami in 1919 and has taken an ac-
tive part m civic affairs since then.
He vice president ol the Dade
County school Trui tee a. ociation,
winch devote* Its tune to BChOOl
problems In the Intere U ol the ad-
vancement ol school education Mr
Willis Is basing in campaign on a
program designed to improve the
county school on a high
standard system without adding to
the burdens ol the tax payei A a
trustee he ha a Isted li
Ing various methods Includln
, mployment ol cadet teachi
Hi has championed the i au
the most qualified teachi n bi In
appointed regardle ol ma
He i married and has two children
attending the Robt. E. Lee High
school. His friends ui
solely on his mi rits and Inorder to
help the school sj item ol the coun-
ty.
J. Mark WilCOX candidate lor re-
election to Congress from the
Fourth Congressional district spoki
lo large audience, in Miami at
Bayfront Park this week and point-
ed to his record m Congress as the
reason lor his being sent back to
Washington. He fought ror and was
instrumental in the passa i
Everglades Park bill, the I
Bankruptcy bill and other con-
structive legislation. He sup]
the policies oi President Roo
and while In Congress established
plendid reputation though serv-
nly his first term there. He
met with -plendid SUpporl
throughout the district.
w. H Comb Sr, L a i andidate
for re-election to thi
from district 2. A resident of Mi-
ami for more than 34 years, his
eai ago brought ac-
me and Intelll l nt d'. ice to the
community. He points to the fact
that Dade County is the only Coun-
ty ot the itate having a complete
nine month's school period, with all
In recognition ol the services ot
Rabbi Julius Washer for the past
year, the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation and its Ladles Auxil-
iary will tender a muslcale and re-
ception to the Rabbi at the Syna-
gogue next Monday evening June
4th beginning at 8 o'clock. Rabbi
ot the Greater Miami area will at-
tend and will speak briefly. A pro-
gram replete with interesting en-
tertainment is being planned. Rab-
bi Washer will leave tor ins vaca-
tion several days later to return to
Miami in resume his duties the
early part ol August, in charge ol
the evening's entertainment to
which the public Is Invited, and for
which there will be no charge are
committees representing the Syna-
l and the Ladies Auxiliary.
Reduction of lire insurance rates
i the principal plank In the plat-
form ol Harry Cordon, attorney,
candidate lor the Office ol state
re]......mtative. group l.
other platform planks announced
bj Cordon arc the workmen'., coir.
'ion bill, permanent regl
tion for Dade county, and a i b
holiday, for the lessening ol the
tax burden and so that a portion
oi the funds now used lor road con-
is. and re-
duction ol the tax,
< lordon was ai live In the i
i i originating here, (ii de-
termine the right ol insurance com-
panies to fix rates, In which the
fire insurance and rating burea i
harged with violation ol the
e anti-trust laws. Gordon
promises remedial legislation ti
Dade county Insurance rates com-
mensurate with Its low lo
He is married and has two chil-
dren. He came to Miami In 1920
and has practiced law here since
1923 He has been active In local
circles having been vice president
: Bi Hi David Byna o ue, and di-
rector and officer In numerous Jew-
ish Organizations, and B record i.l
unselfish public work.
Claude Pepper, candidate for the
United States Senate, was born on
a farm near Dudleyville. Alabama,
in Chambers county. He moved with
parents at age of ten to Camp Hill,
in Tallapoosa county. Alabama, and
there finished his grammar and
high school education; taught in
Dothan public schools 1917-18 term;
worked in Ensley. Alabama, steel
mills in the summer of 1918 to se-
cure funds to assist him in his col-
education. Worked his way
through the University of Ala-
bama, graduating with the a. b
Degree. He Is a veteran of the
World War. a member State Wel-
fare Board, and was a member foi
two years State Democratic Execu-
tive Committee. He taught law at
the University ol Arkansas for year,
then moved to Perry, Florida, to
engage In the practice oi law.
lie served Taylor County as
lumber of the Legislature, and Is
now a member ot the law firm (it
Waller and Pepper. Tallahassee H
resigned as a member ol the Stati
Hoard ol Law Examiners upon his
announcement as a (andidate tor
thi senate He served as membei
oi the Executive Council of state
Bar Association, and is a formei
Di
Vision Florida Kiwains.
He Is fighting on a platform ot
strict Federal law enforcement Pay-
mnt ol war debts: protection again I
foreign dumping. Bonus payment
to need', veterans old age pension.'
Economy In Government; sound
money. Square deal for labor and
capital, Federal aid for public
schools. Equal tariffs for Florida
products; lower freight rate-. Ade-
quate national air defense; e tab
.. i meiit Chapman Field and naval
air bases.
Development of ports, harbors,
and waterways; Pensacola-Kcy
\'.i i naval base- Protection < I
fruit and produce consignee ship
ments by federal spoliation inspec-
tion. Payment ol Mediterranean
fruit tiy damage now.
teachers paid to date. This ha
his first public office. He is a mem-
ber ol numerous civic and fraternal
rations and won the Miami
Herald Civic award for outstanding
work to the community in 1929. He
i president of the Combs Funeral
Home in Miami and Miami Beach.
Announcements!
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
137 N. K. Nineteenth Street
DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN. Rabbi
Brief service! nrill be held tonight
at 8 p. m. Then will be no sermon
This will be continued throughout
the summer during the absence of
Rabbi Kaplar. who will leave for his
vacation on Sunday morning.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodoi)
1545 S. W. Third Sllcrl
JULIUS WASHER. Rabbi
Services begin tonight at 6:30 p.
m. Saturday morning services be-
gin at 9 a. m, At the Saturday
morning servl Mortimer Lasky
the son of Mr, and Mrs. I. Laskj
of this city will bi Bar Mitzva. He
will recite thi Hi ftoro and deliver
an address m English following
which the Rabbi will preach a ser-
mon. Mr. and Mrs Lasky will l>
host at a eplion In the m trj
nat og to the wor-
shippers and then friends In the
vestry roonu following the services
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthudoi)
311 Washington At*., Miami Beach
DAVID I. ROSENBI.OOM. Rabbi
i nighl at 6:30 p.
m. Tomorn orning services be-
gin at 8:30 a. m. Cantor Schlach-
man will ch nt thi services. Mln-
11 is ervli i begin at 6:30 p. m
With Man: ing.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
Conservative)
1.19 N. W. Third Avenge
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Services btpin at 6:30 tonight
Saturday morning services begin at
8:30 a. m. Jack Seitlin the son of
Mr. and Mr- Henry Seitlin ol this
city will be Bai Mitzva He will
the Hi (ton and deliver a
brli : addn English following
which the Rabbi will preach in
English. Following the services the
parents of the Bai Mitzva will be
host., to the vorshlppers at a re-
ception m the Talmud Torah Hall.
Judge II. p Atkinson, who I a
candidate to succeed hiinselt In
Group l. eleventh judicial circuit,
i .line to Florida In mm from i
here he was bum. shortly af-
Otning to Florida he mined to
Miami in 1897 and has been a resi-
dent ol the city ever since.
A keen student ol the law, he has
held many positions requiring abil-
nt lb- has served as
lustice ot the petfee, county attor-
attorney, .indue ol tin
criminal court ol record and haf
been judge of the circuit court. Dade
county, for n years. He also drew
the first City charter for Miami.
Judge Atkinson was a student ol
(Continued on page 4i
Council Installs
New Officers
ntly li (ted officers of the
Junior Coin.in ol Jewish Womer
Installed ai a dinner held
' i he Miami Colon-
ial Hotel. Mrs 8. Williams was
toaslmaster. Mi Hue Miles spon-
sor of the organization, ottered the
tion. Amoni tha e who -poke
wen Lillian Wucher, Ann Simon.
Miss Betty Greenberg retii Ing presi-
dent and Miss [da Weinstcin the
new pre-idei:' Miss Miriam Scliein-
berg was the Installing officer. Mrs,
Sadye <;. Rosi executive secretary
ol the Jewish Welfare Bureau spoke
the evi nlng as did the presi-
dent Of the Miami chapter ol the
Senior Count il ol Jewish Women
enjoyabli time was had by
all.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Prtdaj ,)ne ,
SOCIETY
:- of the yoimg
Men's Hebrew Association will be
held in the clubrooms of tlie or-
ganization next Wednesday evening
June 6th, beginning promptly at
8:30 p. in Ali i | >mbera are urged
to attend.
Mrs. Hem tlln was hosti at
:i bridge Bhowei last week honoring
Miss Oertrude 5y:nonds whose mar-
riage to Jaek L. > Ine was solemnized
last Sunday. Assisting the hostess
In entertaining r Mo.sdames Sam
Seitlln, E. Levlne .uid J. Rifkin. The
must of honor was the rcceipient
ol many beau -titts. Attending
were Mesdamea Symond. s. Slot-
kin. L. Haytnan L Zeientz, B. Sil-
ver, E. Pont. M Kaler. N. Shand-
loff, H Raw.-. S Cohen, L. Katif-
inaii. M. Kotku. K Kotkin. L. Kot-
kin. Nathan Schwartz, A. Kaplan.
M Levlnson, Joe Seigel. and the
Misses Rose Levin Margaret Slot-
km, and Bea Sti< er. Delicious re-
freshments we -rved following
the games at v inch prizes were
av irded tor high -cores.

A meeting of the Junior Council
ol Jewish v e will be held at
thi Miami Colonial Hotel Tuesday
evening June 5th beginning at 8
o'clock M) i Feldman will
givi a book review All members
an- urged f> attend,
Closing BJ it Beth David
Sunday school and Talmud Torah
will ii> morning June
;(id beginning n Prizes
will be awai led to I stud-
ent.', foi then -i ... hmei I dur-
i.
Tin- marri ptials i I Mi ('";-
trude Mr. Jack Li vlni
I-::: ;
prominent work
Miami u.i i Sunday
at thi horn bride bj
m. David l
Miss Hose Levlne sister ot
the groom was maid ol honor and
attended the bride, with Murray
Symonds brother ol the bride as
best man. Foiiouin^ the ceremony
parents of the bride were hosts to
the wedding party at a reception
after which the couple lett for a
honeymoon trip to the North.

The marriage nuptials ol Miss a
Shaff of Pcrrine. Fla.. to Mr. Mor-
ns Shemer son of Rev and Mi. 8
shemcr will be solemnized at Beth
David Synagogue next Sunday af-
ternoon at 3 p. m. with Rabbi Max
Shapiro officiating.
Miss Selma Ruth Spoont will re-
ceive her teacher's certiflcati at the
graduation exercises next Mondaj
:l the University ol Miami

Mr. and Mrs Henry Seitlln, long
time residents and communal tt'ork-
: Miami will be hosts at a re-
.epiion Saturday morning June 2nd
it Beth David Talmud Torah
lowing the Bar Milzva ol the!)
tack Which will take place at Beth
David Synagogue Saturday morn-
ing. All friends arc asked to attend.
Among those arriving from 'he
Florida state College for Women
at Tallahassee are Mildred Clein,
rtosalyn Daum, and Ethel Mintzer.

Mr. Hyman Apte Is a patiei I at
tl i Jackson Memorial h
lie Is convalescing ::
rious operation, He would t>
from friends
*
imii Miller Is a patl
Hospital when hi
..pi ration
day.
*.
Mr Carl Weinkle
ttiest brld
at tl
in law
100 SQUARE
Bags
Hose
Slips
Mn'i Tis
1200 Pairs
p len s joc
Lisles and rayons, plain colors
with clocks orjacquard patterns,
grouped in this handy LOO
squaii' I'm quick, easy selection.
Make this shop ;, thrift habil!
Street Floor
3
Pairs
Burdino's
Mis.- Lena Weinkle whose ma
to Mr Leo Chalkin wiU be oli
ed on June loth. The decorations
were carried out In n n and
White color scheme, and the bride
to be was the rcipient ol a beauti-
ful guest prize Among those at-
tendin '' :1
M.uk Rhel i iromer,
Milllcenl Rubin. Dorothy Brill
Mi: on R" li 'ol I In
RayvlS, Sara Kalm. Ooldll M
Bede Qoldenblank. Pauline Lasky
Bea Silver. Catherine Tyron; Mes-
dames Sol Weinkle, Bill Fan Man
rue Wesson, M. J. Koplowltz. B ill
Kapl ''l,lr> Rau"
/in. s C. Myers, Sol Rotfort, Jas-
Cromer, Harold Tobin, B
Wemkie. Henry Shier, Jack Milli
sam Blanck, Louis Heiman. Louli
Weinkle, D. Chalkin, Sol Lutzkj
Mrs M Silver ol Savannah, '.<
Mr.- M Hoffman 11 Boston, and
Mrs. Rose Cohen ol Syracuse, N. Y.

An important meeting ol the
Ladies Auxiliary ol the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation will be
held next Tuesday evening Jui
al ;; 30 p, in. All mem-
bers are urged to attend,

At the 111
last Mondaj afternoon al thi homi
ol Mrs Harry I. Upton Mian.:
Bach, tor the beni fit enioi Ha-
.: I'm:.- a large num-
ber ol m in
which Miss Adl li Si '
reading, Mrs Sonj a Si
cm ral F
at the piano bj Mrs N I. Pasirofl
and a plan P
Durum thi
ii
Mi
'. lanta Ga
graduation Leo
Ulanl (' .
; H

:
:
Mi im for th p
... n
Moi timi r Lasl
Mrs !
van Saturdi
at the Miami Ji wl h Orl
Sjnagogue
Mortimer will i
and deliver a speei i. in Ei
ter which the Rabbi will preai h
Afti i thi rvices, Mr. and Mn
Lasky will l)(. liost.v to membi
the congregation In the vestry i
11 the Synagogue Friend and n la
tives an- cordially invited to attend.
NO card- will be issued.

Mrs. a. SafanowitZ mother i :
Mrs. Loin- Pallor ol thi
patient at the Victoria II,
where she underwent B serious
operation la.31 week
Mr .and Mrs. I outs Weinkle haw
issued invitations to the wedding ol
'their daughter, Lena, to L,o Arthur
1 Chalkin, at 7 ao ,.. June l0 .
Beth David Syna u Rabbi Max
Shapiro will offlclau at the Cl n
mony, which wUI be followed bj a
dinner for the bridal party and
out-of-town guests at Coral Oable
Country cib a reception
dance will follow the dinner
Miss Weinkle's attei ,M \.
Mr [rving Galanty, Atlanta, mat-
ron of honor: Miss Beatric. Oolden-
blank. maid of honor; Mis. Dor-
othy Brill and Mls- Hanna Mack
bridesmaids. Dr. Bernard Chalkin
"' will be b. I man |
will include Stanlej c Myei
Heiman, Ralph Brickend.
Sam BBCkman Charles Wen. tein
Ai paiiol and Aaron Weinkle will
, i ii mi n
mls- Alic. VpU dau hter ol Mr.
and Mrs. D J. Apte Ol Miami, who
Isastudenl al Oouchercollege, Bal-
,,,.. m,i. >i,,ppcd over In Atlan-
ta to vl I Stra burger be-
eturning here for the summer.
RADIO 8VNAGOO
Rabbi 8 M Machtei, founder and
director ol the Radio Synagog, will
,iion WIOD on
Sunday morning, at nine, on "Strik-
es." In addition to the sermon there
will be prayers, scripture reading,
and a question box
( WIHKM I I OR
III I II I DON
Circuit Judge
His Record Mints Vour
\ i.t<- au,l Support
B .
1(1 i i i i i
"<
FRED
PINE
Count) Solicitor
l,.r
Dade County
ON Ills RECORD OF EFFI-
I'M Wl) LOl \l |'|mn
SERVICE
'Paid Political Advertisement)
TIVOLI
Show. H:I3 ,nd ,M r^^
20c till 6iMEvening v*
Matinees Daily
Sunday-Monday- Tuesday,
June 3-4-5
JOAN CRAWFORD
CLARK GABLE
"Dancing Lady"
Adams Grocery
1472 s. w. nt ii street
GROCERIES AND MBAT8
FRESH VEGETABLES
EVERY 11 \v
Charter The
YACHT EDEN
For an All Day 1. hln
Including Bait. Tackle ami
Lunch
Speeial Kate for Large Part*.
MIAMI RIVEK at U FLAGLQ
STREET I'.imim.i
ELECT
Robert W.
SMITH
TO
DADE COUNTY BOARD OF
PUBLIC IN8TR1 ( ITON
District 3
SOUTH OF TAMIAMI TRAIL I
'Paid Politieal Ad
ELEC1
WAl.l.At E I PERB1
To
DADE COUNTY BOARD Of
PUBLIC INSlKl CTI0K
District 1
Paid Political Advertlsem*
RE-ELECT ,
S. P. R()HIM'U|
To The
FLORIDA STATE
LEGISLATURE
Croup I ^.
"Three Good Terms I>
Another'
i Paid Politieal Advert!**


rtday, June I, 1934
[HE JEWISH
bLORIDIAN
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
,,| |,| i-lllll KVKHY FRIDAY
LwMl FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO.
'"' p II. Hot 297J
Uiami. Florida Phone 2-1183
ICMIiiHIAI. OFFICES:
s w. I il' Arnu I'hon* 2-1183
or America and that the League oi
Nations should create a fund ol
thirty million pound terling tor
such a transplanting oi European
"wry. Dr. Oaster* plan I ol
course, hardly feasible
Page Three
turn outlined with pale green satin
matching the girdle. About 40 gue i.
were present.
Mr A. M. Wolfson entertained a
to the realm ol day-drea^aE """" ^"^ "*** '.....'"
lions ol dollar, would be required
", l.ol i- SHOCHBT, Editor
LkKII K. -Ill" IIKT. Circulation Ninun
lANTOB BORIS SCHLACHMAN,
pield Representative
.. ,,n I it Office at Miami. Florida.
| ,1 March 3. 187. ____
r PALM BEACH
SAMUEL 8CHUTZEB
Representative
ST I'ETERSBURO
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN,
Representative
ORLANDO
SYLVIA BERMAN
Representative
TAMPA, FLA.:
MRS. M. H. KISLER
to
carry out .such B ,,, provWed
America, or even Africa, would offei
us hospitality. Dr. Oaster, we are
sure .believes in the practicability
of his proposal His hope-. W( rear
tend to befrog his practical
But there is nothing Irresponsible
">n al 3:15 o'clock al her home.
319 Wesl Amelia Ave., m celebra-
tion ol the seventh birthday anni-
versary oi her son. Sorrel Louis
Wolfson. Abou! 30 children were
present and 20 adults.
Bis Munlh-
Bnc ir
Representative
SUBSCRIPTION
ti.oa
$2. ot
Vol. 7No. 22
FRIDAY, JINK 1, 1934
\\liut of Austria?
u ndency among Jew-
:. this country to ignore
Ing anti-Semitic wave
as the anti-Jewish
the Von Papen regime
d In pre-Hitler days
for 1 his aloof ne 1
the theory from a Nazi
Austria, the Dolfuss
lllng With the Jews is
1 ing, In the light of
hat 1. happening in Austria, this
ttltudi 11 the part of the Jewish
p : unwise. In their drive
Socialists Doll fuss and
i 11 hr adjutants work on
e prim Iple that every Jew is a
: Communist. This theory
led to include Jewish phy-
:.ers and other profes-
ionaL-. ho are being quietly but
nslstently eliminated from all
vie po Itions. The wealthy Jewish
le 111 Austria, afraid to be
supporters of the So-
lists Communists, go out of
assist the Dollfuss Gov-
m applying its strangle-
ld on 1 he labor classes. They, the
le, labor under the delusion
at bv doing this they will insure
against Communism.
the very mistake which the
ealth} Jews of Germany commit-
d In ihc days before Hitler became
Then they also harbored
me illu Ion that any regime is bet-
ter Uian Socialism, and extended a
Snd to Hitler. They learn-
I. too late, that their money forg-
I tin weapons which are being
?'d to terminate them. The Jew-
k Ion In Austria demands not
?'>' watching but clear and
' -Irom-the-shoulder reaction
0: part of our leadership. Sil-
I nnol eradicate the truth
,! Man Jewry is slowly being
I 1 the position of a de-
I Itizenship, a by-product of
m ci
I>>- 1 > aster's
Wroposal
Qa ter, the great
and courageous leader of
ry, wrote an article the
In winch he advocated
' migration of the Jews
In his article Dr.
lyzing the present arms
comes to the con-
' Palestine is too small
'"'"'late all the Jews who
''' homeland, that terri-
'""1 shoulder since the first storm was
undone by the new disaster.
Although the official count places
the number drowned at 20. most ol
thin children trapped in basement
floors. 10 persoas are still missing
and several score are being treated
for injuries in the Hadassah hospi-
tal in the new section of the city.
Property damage is estimated at
$500,000 despite the fact that none
of the newer buildings suffered
much. The villa of Lord Mlchetl
Mil Charlotte Cracowaner, stud- escaped the flood waters which are
Florida state College for still three feet high in the old city.
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to the government* of Europe thai
the plight of Jewry is unbearable
and needs the financial assistance
Ol the League ol Nations, ot i
in line with the traditions ol Jew-
ish journalism. Dr. Oaster is being
violently attacked and held up to
ridicule. His past, services to hi!
peopleand they are gloriou ai
forgotten, He Is called irresponsible
and a coward. He Is said to have
suddenly lost his mind, to be a
clown.
Let us once and for all recognize
freedom oi speech an dot the pen ------------
for our leader- Thej may I;, wroni '""" Homeless As New Mood Forces
Their utteranci may even be harm- Evacuation of Tiberias
lul. Bui they are honest and should ------------
be treated decently by those who
eral week- at her home. 210 East quickly as means permit. It is ex-
Park Ave., before leaving on a tour; pected, however, that the inhabit-
of several weeks to New York and ; ants of the stricken city will not be
Canada accompanied by her moth-
er, Mrs. Daniel Cracowaner and
her aunt. Mrs. E. H. Steinberg.
Jewish News
Around The
World
able to return as there are not
more than a handful of houses
standing and even these are not
safe to live in.
New York Acts To Enforce Kosher
Law
only yesterday acclaimed them
our torchbearei
Albany, N. Y.If the department
of agriculture has its way the newly-
enacted law against the fraudulent
sale of meat as kosher will be
strictly enforced throughout the
State, Implementing the law. Mar-
kets Commissioner Balwin has ap-
pointed Oeorge Ringler ol Brookhn
riberia Palestine Five thous-
and Jews and Arabs, evacuated and Shepard Z. Baum Ol Albany a
inspectors, Ringler will direct en-
Tampa, Florida
Notes
Mr and Mr-. A. R, Berger, ol iit
Wc-t Park Ave., Tampa, will ob-
serve Bar Mit/.vah services fi 1
son, Melvin Wolil Berger, Friday
night at 8 o'clock and Saturday
morning at 10 o'clock at Temple
Rodoph Sholom. No formal invita-
tions have been issued and friend
of the family are expected to at-
tend. An informal reception will be
held Friday night utter the ser-
vices 111 the auditorium ol the Tem-
ple when Mr. and Mrs. Berger and
their son Melvin will receive
Mrs. A. R. Berger was re-elected
president of the Ladies Auxiliary
Of Rodoph Sholom Temple at the
special meeting Thursday after-
noon May 24th, in the auditorium
of the Temple. Mrs I. Liberman and
Mrs. I. Segall. were chosen via
presidents; Mrs. P. Gotler, recording
secretary; Mrs. J. Wittner, corres-
ponding secretary: and Mrs. H.
Brash, treasurer. Hostesses were
Mrs. S. Simovitz. and Mrs. I. Weiss.
Plans were made for the Annual
Luncheon which will be held at
noon June 6th. at 1 p. m. Mrs. Ben
Haimovitz. will be chairman of the
luncheon, assisted by Mrs. P. Got-
ler and Mrs. A. M. Wolfson.
from the old section ol Tiberias.
follow!] md cloudburst wind,
fortunately claimed no victim: bul
completely ruined what was lefl Ol
the town, are now homeless. The
second deluge can.! when kinsmen
of the 21 people drowned in tin
first storm were returning from
Moslem, Jewish and Christian cemi
teries. Although the new torrem
was less severe than the first it
created a greater panic and com-
pleted the wreckage of the 1,900-
year-old city. Thousands of head
Ol cattle and horses were drowned
as the waters rushed down from the
neighboring hills In a 1 aging flood.
Hou.-ehold goods were carried away
and the entire population fled to
higher ground. What little .-
work had been accomplished by
Arabs and Jews working shoulder to
forcement activities in New York
City and Westchester, Rockland,
Nassau and Suffolk Counties, while
aum will cover the rest ol the Stall
checking up on kosher meat viola-
tions.
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Readers ol this journal are in-
vited to send in questions regarding
the Portestant. Catholic or Jewish
faiths. These questions may touch
upon any aspect of these faiths.
Questions will be answered in this
column as promptly as possible and
should be addressed to this journal
or to the National Conference of
Jews and Christians, 289 Fourth
Ave.. New York City.
Q. Why do Jew.- letusi to int.-r-
marry?
A. This is a naive question, As a
matter of fact, then a growing
proportion of Inter-marriages be-
tween Christians ,.;.i! Jews. It is
true, however, that the general
feeling among C is one 01
objection to inter-marriage A; a
matter of fact. II the Jev
whole should declare that they are
willing to mergi pli h Ij In one
great act of aposti we wonder
whether the Chri tiai world would
be willing to reci m v 1th open
arms.
There are man;,- elements that
enter into the general Jewish feel-
ing against Intel narriage. One Is
the quite natural factor of the de-
sire to maintain the Integrity of the
people. It is a question oi self-pro-
tection. This. <( .liters into It:
namely, the Jewish feeling that
their tradition i. worth preserving.
that they are tlu bearers of the
idea of ethical monotheism. Such a
determination to preserve identity
is not limited to 0 but to an]
group with historic background and
proud achievement,
Q. Do Catholics believe that Pro
testants may be saved?
A. Yes. The Catholic believe:, that
any one living ... own con-
science in n 1 an hi dutii I -
God will be ;;. may never
have heard of Christianity, 01 he
may have lived iristlan coun-
try without being able to believi
Provided he foil own con-
honi tholli be
he will bi
Q. In what an Prob stanb
cooperate with agencies?
A. Protestant- can cooperate with
other faiths in the promotion of so-
cial service programs. These em-
phasize such factor- as economic
and racial justice and world peace,
as well as commur.itj eiforts, such
as the campaign for (leaner movies.
These, in fact, would seem to form
a basis of cooperation foi all faiths.
Stock broker with accent hi
the "broke."
Parties continue for Miss Flor-
ence Argintar who will wed Dr.
Fred Lebos June 3rd. and three
hostesses. Miss Miriam Leibovitz,
Miss Lucille Rosenberg, and Miss
Mildred Simovitz. entertained in her
honor last Tuesday evening at the
Floridian Hotel.
A pink and white scheme was
carried out in the floral d
the bridal tallies and the refresh-
ments course. Miss Argintar wore
black and white printed crepe with
three ruffles of white organza cai
cadlng over the shoulders.
Miss Rosenberg chose a chart rc-
repe with a girdle ol silver
mesh. Miss Simovitz wore a tailored
frock of black net with brilliant but-
tons from the high neckline to the
waist and an apple green
girdle. Miss Leibovitz. wore a canarj
colored moussellne de sole a ruffle
giving fullness to the skirt and out-
lining the halter neckline, these in
For United States
Senator
VOTE FOR
Claude Pepper
I le is I lonorable, Able. Energetic and a
Loyal Democrat.
Over Obstacles, Difficulties, and Poverty, he has fought
his way up by labor of his hands and the strength of his
outstanding ability.
He has never cringed nor faltered when duty called, but
has met every responsibility of life with the determined
Resolute courage of strong manhood.
HELP HIM WIN. YOU WILL NEVER
REGRET IT.
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Vote For
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
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SOCIETY
Schwartz as hostess at her home
334 N. W. 2nd ave. Prizes will be
awarded for high scores and re-
freshments will be served. The pub-
neumt
Classified
AWNINGS
J.C. (Jim) WILLIS
Candidate for Member
BOARD OF PUBLIC
INSTRUCTION
District No. 2
Subject to Democratic
Primary, June 5th
Examine my record as School
Trustee District '!. You will find
constructive measures sponsored
and adopted.
I promise faithful and fair
performance in behalf of all
teachers and children in Dade
( iiinh Schools if elected.
\ our support and vote will be
highly appreciated,
'Paid Political Adv.)
The annual Installation banquet ,lc ,m,u.d l0 aUcnd.
oi Junior Hadassah will be held at
the Robert Clay Hotel in Dallas.
Joan Crawford and Clark Gable ^^:X'T'^'UWfin'',i''n
are paired again as lovers "Dane J T" aminge"
Lady, Metro-ooidwyn-^ I Vl,^,TursTn
Sunday and Monday as the attrac- ir,w u .
tion at the Tivoli Theatre i '" *****"* thirteenth
. bnthday anniversarv will be cele-
'- Photoplay which is based on brated wlth a (hm(,;. a,
" zzT w B,'oadn rance ii":"" c"""">- c;i"b- H vt
u who Is determined to win stage Annette Weohsler. and Miss Marion
r, houT ?ab"' enaCtS BlBnk "' <*** This dance Will
hard-boiled musical comedy to b1so culminaU, Ul(. J(,u,sll NaU(ma]
browbeat her. in prominent sup- k(I Rower Day drive
porting roles are Franchot Tone. : Mrs. So. Rotfort. president of the
May Robson. Winnie Lightner, Fred | Miami unit, and Miss Beadv Golden-
Astaire, Rob,,, Benchley and Ted : blank were chosen as delegate, to
the National Convention of Junior
Hadassah in New York City. August
19th. 20th, and 21st. with Miss Han.i
Mack and Miss .silver as alternates.
BUILDING SUPPLIES
Healy and his stooges. The picture
was directed by Robert Z. Leonard
For Your LUMBER Requirements
Also Roofing and Asphalt. Call
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GARAGES
Franchot Tone
Her S (Christopher
r.' an based on the play "The Late
Christopher Bean," one ol Ni w
York's oul dramatic hits,
laj and Monday at the
Seventh Avenue Theatre bi
Camp Cody now in the beginning
Ol Its ninth .successful year as a
camp for Jewish boys between the
ages Ol five to thirteen. Situated in
the Allegheny Mts. only twenty-
eight miles from Binghamton. N.
V., it is ideally located from the
viewpoint or accessibility, health
and environment. Under the direc-
tion of Philip Axman who Is coach
and director of physical education
at the Baltimore City College every
rforl Is made to have the eight
.vi i k's vacation at cam]) aid In the
upbuilding of body as well as mind.
Prices arc reasonable, and man]
Florida parents havi b ling
'Inn- children there. Mr. Mortimer
Fay I i ni i i the coun .. i ol the
ramp and i,- n local repre ental
Twenty i ibli s ol I
play Wi dm day night al a ben<
bridge given by Mrs. Jean i
: Loyaltj Club ni Emunah Chap-
ROLLINS & BOGGS
Specializing In General Motor
Repairs. Wheel Aligning. Brake
Lining. Etc.
14(i N.W. 5th St. Phone 2-2447
GROCERS
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i::::. s. w. nth St.
MILLWORK
work, Screen Window- and
Spindle Doors: Cabinet Work.
LEE NOVELTY WORKS
221 x. w. Mth st. Phone 2-7469
PIANO TUNING
r Marll Dn ll r and Lionel I' i- O. E, S. Prizes were awarded for
high scores and booby prizes lor low
scores. Dunn1.: the evening delicious
were served.
Next Wednesday evening June 6
Loyalty Club of Emunah Chapter is
sponsoring the loth ol a series ol
benefit bridges with Mrs. Olga
VOTE FOR
JOHN
J.
LINDSEY
Candidate for
STATE LEGISLATIVE
Group Two
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Real Estate Service
748 Ingraham Bldg.
Phone 2-1191
HOOFING
Barrymore in their first appearance
a.s co-stars.
The story of "Her Sweetheart"
Christopher Beam deals with the
family of a country doctor and their
servant, Abby. They learn that the
paintings of an obscure artist whom
the doctor once befriended are now
worth a fortune. Those they had
i have disappeared with the excep-
tion of one. a portrait owned by the
, servant. The kindly doctor under
! the lash of greed becomes a sehem-
' ing fraud until the dramatic de-
nouement in which lie returns to
his better nature under the influence
of the kindly Abby.
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WINDOW SHADES
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FOR SHUTTER AWNINGS see the
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VOTE FOR
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School Board
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YOTE FOR
HARRY GORDON
To The
LEGISLATURE
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GROIP1
He Stands For:
1. Adequate provision for
Schools.
2. Workmen's Compensation
Act.
3. Keep insurance money in
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4. Reduction of gasoline tax.
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Miami Representative
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Judge of Criminal
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And continue the proven record
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THE JEWISH EIORinlAN
Friday. June 1.
IRaiMn ^ynagnp SitUrtin
Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
Founder nd Direc-.or. Radio Synagog of America
Sunday Mornings WIOD, Miami. Florida
Vol. IV
Sunday Mav 2T. 19S4
ZZ can Z Z once. The peace.,, hero faces bH onen.es daily.
and Is crucified a thousand Mi
T-ater courts to live than to
ceden< I
die.____________________--------
SoM piand Bans Fascist I nlforms
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"Memorial Day Thoughts"
Siripture Reading. Deut.. Chapter XX. verses 10, 11. 19. 20.
On Wednesday. May 30. we shall observe Memorial Day to decorate
the graves of the nation's soldiers. Those who made the supreme sacrifice
:i. -... ervici of their c ill be honored through their mem
Those noble sons who are veterans of the wars of this Republic will find
themselves the favored ones of the land and of its Inhabitant
bers of the various veterans" organizations will parade. Speakei
virtues of outstanding heroes, and. heroism on the battlefield will
be praised in flowery language. That is as it should be.
But. I can't help viewing all these ceremonies with a degree of alarm
The youth of the land Will be exposed to the influence of the suggestive
.:. rs.orators, who. in paying homage to the heroes, living and dead,
are implanting the seeds of blood-lust in the plastic minds o: a genera-
tion which is unfamiliar with the other phases of life, on all Its t
fields, on the war-torn fronts and the peace-time lines of duty. Im-
pressionable youth, with Its natural flair for display of bra\ado.
together too ignorant of the causes of war. to judge rightly of the need
for bloodshed. There are mar.;, need raves Human life has been held
cheaply by den. Of these facts only a student of history can be
nlzant.
Ac' ires >me youth
nscientious object n
he I a a
-:. aiding pi.;'. randa N I all who ad<
an : Idli i". As | '- am then in
Ig] N :. ... : liH
f his family is i rmal N m in wh will v Hi
r approaching and thi
them is of any value to......I
con::.....
On the other hand, the Individual who becomi
he bell--
;::. | i r- lefel Ca] 11.....
ness; I
ly by :..- ans of his supei '
I f:r.d no difference between the individual and the nation which
re -rts to might to e I Therefore, wl
of our youth to the ... influences that brute force .thai
itegy, are rewarded with medals, we
in their minds criminal tendencies. The new generation is more moral
than the old. Modern youth is more consistent than its own elder.- Youth
recognizes the distortion iral principles in the rat. nalization of
war by those who desire it for their own profits, to line their personal
pockets. Hence, in Its saner and unemotional moments, the thinking
youth finds excuse for its own plans to step just beyond the law in order
to win the coveted prizes of money and honor even though the honor be
of a doubtful shade.
There is greater heroism than need be displayed on the warring
front. There is a nobler test of heroism and valor; there are stricter rules
of bravery than are required to kill the armed enemy before he pu
end to your life. There is the moral prowess of peace-time endeavors,
cf the everyday battle of life, of the struggle for existence in the face of
dangers both revealed and lurking. There is the victory over the weak-
ness of character and temptation: the surmounting of obstacles ;
by nature and by man; the righting of wrongs in the social pra
the extermination of the enemies to mankind which are found in disease
These and others can well tax the strength of man to the limit, and man
can vanquish them.
We should not forget the sacrifices that our veterans have made But.
we can spend our time to greater, to more beneficial advantage, by talk-
ing of the battles of life. Instead of instructing our youth how best to
kill; instead of urging them to destroy; we should avail ourselves of every
opportunity to teach them how to live, how to face life, and add to its
value; how to build for the future on a foundation of peace.
It is not always the greater sacrifice to die. It often requires more
courage to live. The soldier on the battlefield has no alternative It is
. life or that of the enemy. But. in peace-time encounters, many who
take the handy exit of suicide, out of life, have done so because they
lacked the courage, the bravery, the heroism to face life and
to meet the daily enemies on their battle front, to encage in combat,
and to try for victory.
There are unsung heroes whose deeds history does not record. There
are deeds of valor which equal that of any medal-decorated hero. yet.
hich no poet has written. The mother who gives not of her life, but
her life-lime service to her family; the father who toils for his de-
pendents; the doctor who serves the halt, and the sick, ni I :
riches, but in devotion to his calling; the merchant who deals honorably
despite the keen and unfair practices of competitors: the son or daughter
who deprives himself or herself of part of life's opportunities that a
share of the earned income may go each week to support an aged and
dependent p.-,r?nt: these are life's peace-time heroes.
The courageous public servant who denounces evil pra'
withstands the tempter and his bribes; the preacher who brand
their true names the hypocritical acts of demogogues and tyranl
champions the cause of justice and humanity, who dares to challenge
the corrupt and the usurpers of authority, that society may breathe
freely, the yoke of the oppressor removed from its bent back;- these dis-
play a heroism far superior to any on the battle-front of war. The
Prague Students Mag- Anti-Jewish
Demonstration
Warsav A li re< bul neverthe-
eic demon-
here by 1.000
':";"" T Laded
.' rhedemon-
"".,. ouna
I thai German refugees who have founa
pel*, extrmely rare in this democratic
ilonlsl Rev! country._________________________
LINEN
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As Always
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Judge A. J. Rose
< andidatc fur
Circuit Judge
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TIIK JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Seven

And Be Sure Of Intelligent, Faithful,
Courageous And Honest Representation
SHE STANDS FOR
1. Support of the President as the chosen
leader of the American people. Support of the
Democratic administration to the best interest
of my constituents.
2. Work to secure pensions for veterans of
all wars, their widows, orphans and depend-
ents and for the immediate payment of the Vet-
erans Adjusted Compensation Certificates as
a means of circulating money and increasing
purchasing power.
3. Work to secure such legislation as will
completely abolish child labor forever, and as
will pension the aged and widows with infant
children where they are without means of sup-
port.
4. The expansion of our inland waterways
and harbors and the creation of naval and air
bases on the East Coast of Florida as a part of
our National Defense Act.
5. Work to secure such Federal aid for
schools as is necessary to insure a full school
term for our children with adequate provision
for teachers salaries computable with a decent
standard of living.
6. The conservation of our national re-
sources as the heritage of the people as a whole.
7. Legislation as is necessary to guarantee
to all workers the opportunity of earning a liv-
ing with sufficient wages to assure a livelihood
in keeping with the American standard, and
will protect the right of collective bargaining.
8. The passage of laws for the betterment
and benefit of agriculture, and especially to
protect the citrus and food crops produced in
Florida against the importations produced by
cheap foreign labor. The immediate payment
of Med-Fly losses.
9. The passage of laws for the betterment
of health, and the advancement of science, the
extension of good roads, and the betterment of
our transportation and distribution system.
10. The creation of a government con-
trolled corporation, through which cities em-
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with government credit, for the purpose of re-
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nJemsf? fiendi3iri I LORIDA'S ONLY JKWISH WEEKLY To jak At Park Miami to discuss the i campaign which she waged throughout the ri.-la congressional dis) v.. Crokcr will speak Park Saturday night During her travels district she has cenImpaign on issues which Bictly and forcefully he forefront many probing the entile nation Parly citizens and realFourth Florida Distressed among other passage of laws for the riculture and the li citrus and food crops |against competition of produced by cheap Florldians particulartins district know what It ion has done to local fhe past, she has pledgvrork industriously for her constituents, and now her. well realize will never stand in the ulfilllng her pledges. A conclusive prool ol l\\n when as Chairman Beach County P. E. R. I 'n Introduce politics ation oi governfunds met with her iition. Because ol this from office by She accepted this her than compromise her duty to allcrdy. I i he has promisI the rights of the i ive CJI race or creed pted to the fad thai me she was associated |plc work with the late j foremost leader of his life time and Itarian. she points to public and private hampioning the rights as ample reason for o congress. i alter her marriage li In 1914. Mrs. Croker piter home in Florida his death in 1922 late as her legal real|H. A. To >nsor Party J -Men> Hebrew Assoclloring a benefit bridge finis next Tuesday eveal a o'clock for the I iber (it the club I Who are In (ll 'li u-t lime the organiza1 uch an event, always been ready ilzations m then JThere will be a nomii ind the entire en to the famf' 1 I urged to attend rded for high efreshments will be MIAMI. FLORIDA, I ICI DAY, JUNE 1, ISM Price five Cents S. P. i Pete i Roblneau, candidate for re-election to the Legislature u making one of the most active campaigns in local history and basing his appeal for re-election lm his record In the legislature for the past three terms. Educated in Lake Forest .the University of Freiburg, and the Sorbonne, and a graduate Ol Harvard Law School lie was admitted to practice in Mas.sacliu.sett. In 1912 and in Florida in 191"). During the world war he served in the French army being demobilized because oi wounds. He re-enlisted In the American army to go Overseas and was demobilized In 1919 as a captain. He was city attorney ol Miami from 1919 to 1921 and served three terms In the Legislature. He championed the cause ol Dade County In the famous gasoline tax titiiit and has established an viable reputation as a legt throughout the entire state. Reception To Honor Rabbi Candidate To Close Campaign Promising to aggressively support all sound measures to better the condition ol "the man who i lates his income In terms of food. clothing and shelter. John J. Lindsey, prominent Miami attorni campaigning for the legislature In group 2. Lindsey will oppose Rep. S P I an. w ho is the illCUillb %  i pi dim e in make no promise not made from the pub'.. or in the public press, and in plain language to express my position on th< i ue presented.' Llndsej Lindsey. a nativi i Miss., took hi law : ci tttaro C in June. 1912, and entered thi practice ot law in Tennessee In 1913. Coming to Miami in July. 1923, in the Interest ol a client, the Union Planters' Bank Ol Memphis. he later came here to make his home, He was admitted to practice In Florida in 1927 and has remained hen -nice. He Is a Mason, Clvitan and member ol the Temple Baptist church J. C. Willis, school trustee for district two, I B candidate ror thi school board in district 2 against the incumbent W. H. Combf. Sr. A native ol Alabama lie came In Miami in 1919 and has taken an active part m civic affairs since then. He vice president ol the Dade County school Trui tee A. ociation, winch devote* Its tune to BChOOl problems In the Intere U ol the advancement ol school education Mr Willis Is basing in campaign on a program designed to improve the county school %  on a high standard system without adding to the burdens ol the tax payei A a trustee he ha a Isted li Ing various methods Includln mployment ol cadet teachi Hi has championed the i au the most qualified teachi n bi In appointed regardle ol ma He i married and has two children attending the Robt. E. Lee High school. His friends ui solely on his mi rits and Inorder to help the school sj item ol the county. J. Mark WilCOX candidate lor reelection to Congress from the Fourth Congressional district spoki lo large audience, in Miami at Bayfront Park this week and pointed to his record m Congress as the reason lor his being sent back to Washington. He fought ror and was instrumental in the passa i Everglades Park bill, the I Bankruptcy bill and other constructive legislation. He sup] the policies oi President Roo and while In Congress established plendid reputation though servnly his first term there. He met with -plendid SUpporl throughout the district. w. H Comb Sr, L a i andidate for re-election to thi from district 2. A resident of Miami for more than 34 years, his eai ago brought acme and Intelll l nt d'. ice to the community. He points to the fact that Dade County is the only County ot the itate having a complete nine month's school period, with all In recognition ol the services ot Rabbi Julius Washer for the past year, the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation and its Ladles Auxiliary will tender a muslcale and reception to the Rabbi at the Synagogue next Monday evening June 4th beginning at 8 o'clock. Rabbi ot the Greater Miami area will attend and will speak briefly. A program replete with interesting entertainment is being planned. Rabbi Washer will leave tor ins vacation several days later to return to Miami in resume his duties the early part ol August, in charge ol the evening's entertainment to which the public Is Invited, and for which there will be no charge are committees representing the Synal and the Ladies Auxiliary. Reduction of lire insurance rates i the principal plank In the platform ol Harry Cordon, attorney, candidate lor the Office ol state re] mtative. group l. other platform planks announced bj Cordon arc the workmen'., coir. 'ion bill, permanent regl tion for Dade county, and a i B holiday, for the lessening ol the tax burden and so that a portion oi the funds now used lor road conis. and reduction ol the tax, < lordon was ai live In the i i i originating here, (ii determine the right ol insurance companies to fix rates, In which the fire insurance and rating burea i harged with violation ol the e anti-trust laws. Gordon promises remedial legislation ti %  Dade county Insurance rates commensurate with Its low lo He is married and has two children. He came to Miami In 1920 and has practiced law here since 1923 He has been active In local circles having been vice president : Bi Hi David Byna o ue, and director and officer In numerous Jewish Organizations, and B record i.l unselfish public work. Claude Pepper, candidate for the United States Senate, was born on a farm near Dudleyville. Alabama, in Chambers county. He moved with parents at age of ten to Camp Hill, in Tallapoosa county. Alabama, and there finished his grammar and high school education; taught in Dothan public schools 1917-18 term; worked in Ensley. Alabama, steel mills in the summer of 1918 to secure funds to assist him in his coleducation. Worked his way through the University of Alabama, graduating with the A. B Degree. He Is a veteran of the World War. a member State Welfare Board, and was a member foi two years State Democratic Executive Committee. He taught law at the University ol Arkansas for year, then moved to Perry, Florida, to engage In the practice oi law. lie served Taylor County as lumber of the Legislature, and Is now a member ot the law firm (it Waller and Pepper. Tallahassee H resigned as a member ol the Stati Hoard ol Law Examiners upon his announcement as a (andidate tor thi senate He served as membei oi the Executive Council of state Bar Association, and is a formei Di Vision Florida Kiwains. He Is fighting on a platform ot strict Federal law enforcement Paymnt ol war debts: protection again I foreign dumping. Bonus payment to need', veterans old age pension.' Economy In Government; sound money. Square deal for labor and capital, Federal aid for public schools. Equal tariffs for Florida products; lower freight rate-. Adequate national air defense; e tab .. i meiit Chapman Field and naval air bases. Development of ports, harbors, and waterways; Pensacola-Kcy \'.i i naval baseProtection < I fruit and produce consignee ship ments by federal spoliation inspection. Payment ol Mediterranean fruit tiy damage now. teachers paid to date. This ha his first public office. He is a member ol numerous civic and fraternal rations and won the Miami Herald Civic award for outstanding work to the community in 1929. He i president of the Combs Funeral Home in Miami and Miami Beach. •Announcements! TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 137 N. K. Nineteenth Street DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN. Rabbi Brief service! nrill be held tonight at 8 p. m. Then will be no sermon This will be continued throughout the summer during the absence of Rabbi Kaplar. who will leave for his vacation on Sunday morning. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodoi) 1545 S. W. Third Sllcrl JULIUS WASHER. Rabbi Services begin tonight at 6:30 p. m. Saturday morning services begin at 9 a. m, At the Saturday morning servl • Mortimer Lasky the son of Mr, and Mrs. I. Laskj of this city will bi Bar Mitzva. He will recite thi Hi ftoro and deliver an address m English following which the Rabbi will preach a sermon. Mr. and Mrs Lasky will l> host at a .• eplion In the M trj nat og to the worshippers and then friends In the vestry roonu following the services CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthudoi) 311 Washington AT*., Miami Beach DAVID I. ROSENBI.OOM. Rabbi i nighl at 6:30 p. m. Tomorn orning services begin at 8:30 a. m. Cantor Schlachman will ch nt thi services. Mln11 is ervli i begin at 6:30 p. m With Man: ing. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION Conservative) 1.19 N. W. Third Avenge MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi Services btpin at 6:30 tonight Saturday morning services begin at 8:30 a. m. Jack Seitlin the son of Mr. and MrHenry Seitlin ol this city will be Bai Mitzva He will the Hi (ton and deliver a brli : addn English following which the Rabbi will preach in English. Following the services the parents of the Bai Mitzva will be host., to the vorshlppers at a reception m the Talmud Torah Hall. Judge II. p Atkinson, who I a candidate to succeed hiinselt In Group l. eleventh judicial circuit, i .line to Florida In mm from i here he was bum. shortly afOtning to Florida he mined to Miami in 1897 and has been a resident ol the city ever since. A keen student ol the law, he has held many positions requiring abilnt lbhas served as lustice ot the petfee, county attorattorney, .indue ol tin criminal court ol record and haf been judge of the circuit court. Dade county, for n years. He also drew the first City charter for Miami. Judge Atkinson was a student ol (Continued on page 4i Council Installs New Officers ntly • li (ted officers of the Junior Coin.in ol Jewish Womer Installed ai a dinner held i he Miami Colonial Hotel. Mrs 8. Williams was toaslmaster. Mi Hue Miles sponsor of the organization, ottered the tion. Amoni tha e who -poke wen Lillian Wucher, Ann Simon. Miss Betty Greenberg retii Ing president and Miss [da Weinstcin the new pre-idei:' Miss Miriam Sclieinberg was the Installing officer. Mrs, Sadye <;. Rosi executive secretary ol the Jewish Welfare Bureau spoke the evi nlng as did the president Of the Miami chapter ol the Senior Count il ol Jewish Women enjoyabli time was had by all. t n .1 IV nria of nd


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. %  \ Page Six THE JEWISH EIORinlAN Friday. June 1. IRaiMn ^ynagnp SitUrtin Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI Founder nd Direc-.or. Radio Synagog of America SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI. FLORIDA Vol. IV Sunday Mav 2T. 19S4 ZZ can Z Z once. The peace.,, hero faces bH onen.es daily. and Is crucified a thousand Mi T-ater courts to live than to ceden< I die. SoM p„iand Bans Fascist I nlforms +"Memorial Day Thoughts" Siripture Reading. Deut.. Chapter XX. verses 10, 11. 19. 20. On Wednesday. May 30. we shall observe Memorial Day to decorate the graves of the nation's soldiers. Those who made the supreme sacrifice :i. -... ervici of their c ill be honored through their mem Those noble sons who are veterans of the wars of this Republic will find themselves the favored ones of the land and of its Inhabitant bers of the various veterans" organizations will parade. Speakei • virtues of outstanding heroes, and. heroism on the battlefield will be praised in flowery language. That is as it should be. But. I can't help viewing all these ceremonies with a degree of alarm The youth of the land Will be exposed to the influence of the suggestive : rs.—orators, who. in paying homage to the heroes, living and dead, are implanting the seeds of blood-lust in the plastic minds o: a generation which is unfamiliar with the other phases of life, on all Its t fields, on the war-torn fronts and the peace-time lines of duty. Impressionable youth, with Its natural flair for display of bra\ado. together too ignorant of the causes of war. to judge rightly of the need for bloodshed. There are mar.;, need raves Human life has been held cheaply by den. Of these facts only a student of history can be nlzant. Ac' • ires >me youth nscientious object n he I a a -:. aiding pi.;'. randa N I all who ad< an : Idli i". As | % %  %  am then in Ig] • N :. ... : liH f his family is i rmal N m in wh will v Hi r approaching and thi them is of any value to I % %  con:: On the other hand, the Individual who becomi %  • %  he bell-•;::. | i rlefel Ca] 11 ness; I ly by :..ans of his supei %  %  %  % % %  • I f:r.d no difference between the individual and the nation which re -rts to might to e I Therefore, wl of our youth to the ... influences that brute force .thai itegy, are rewarded with medals, we in their minds criminal tendencies. The new generation is more moral than the old. Modern youth is more consistent than its own elder.Youth recognizes the distortion iral principles in the rat. nalization of war by those who desire it for their own profits, to line their personal pockets. Hence, in Its saner and unemotional moments, the thinking youth finds excuse for its own plans to step just beyond the law in order to win the coveted prizes of money and honor even though the honor be of a doubtful shade. There is greater heroism than need be displayed on the warring front. There is a nobler test of heroism and valor; there are stricter rules of bravery than are required to kill the armed enemy before he pu end to your life. There is the moral prowess of peace-time endeavors, cf the everyday battle of life, of the struggle for existence in the face of dangers both revealed and lurking. There is the victory over the weakness of character and temptation: the surmounting of obstacles ; by nature and by man; the righting of wrongs in the social pra the extermination of the enemies to mankind which are found in disease These and others can well tax the strength of man to the limit, and man can vanquish them. We should not forget the sacrifices that our veterans have made But. we can spend our time to greater, to more beneficial advantage, by talking of the battles of life. Instead of instructing our youth how best to kill; instead of urging them to destroy; we should avail ourselves of every opportunity to teach them how to live, how to face life, and add to its value; how to build for the future on a foundation of peace. It is not always the greater sacrifice to die. It often requires more courage to live. The soldier on the battlefield has no alternative It is life or that of the enemy. But. in peace-time encounters, many who take the handy exit of suicide, out of life, have done so because they lacked the courage, the bravery, the heroism to face life and to meet the daily enemies on their battle front, to encage in combat, and to try for victory. There are unsung heroes whose deeds history does not record. There are deeds of valor which equal that of any medal-decorated hero. yet. hich no poet has written. The mother who gives not of her life, but her life-lime service to her family; the father who toils for his dependents; the doctor who serves the halt, and the sick, ni I : riches, but in devotion to his calling; the merchant who deals honorably despite the keen and unfair practices of competitors: the son or daughter who deprives himself or herself of part of life's opportunities that a share of the earned income may go each week to support an aged and dependent p.-,r?nt: these are life's peace-time heroes. The courageous public servant who denounces evil pra' withstands the tempter and his bribes; the preacher who brand their true names the hypocritical acts of demogogues and tyranl champions the cause of justice and humanity, who dares to challenge the corrupt and the usurpers of authority, that society may breathe freely, the yoke of the oppressor removed from its bent back;these display a heroism far superior to any on the battle-front of war. The Prague Students MagAnti-Jewish Demonstration Warsav A li re< bul ne vertheeic demonhere by 1.000 : ; ""• T Laded .' rhedemon%  "".,. ouna I thai German refugees who have founa pel*, ex trmely rare in this democratic ilonlsl Rev! country. LINEN SUITS PROPERLY LAUNDERED As Always— "Bundles of Satisfaction" Biltmore Laund Phone 3-3M; ry 1 Judge A. J. Rose < andidatc fur Circuit Judge OROl P 1 1 ~ •:• From MIAMI DAILY NEWS 17. 1028 'Record of Rose on Dade Bench Wins Approval' "Volume ol Word Done In Period of Stress Said Without Parallel—" legal con%  tesl lit %  u 1.4 : \\ ill appro fate j our otr and support Pai P liti +NO REASON FOR ADVERTISING YOUR AGE BY WEARING A BALD HEAD DO NOT DELAY—COME TO HOUCH NOW FOR A NEW HEAD OF HAIR I HE HOIGH HAIR RESTORING SYSII M is the KSnll ol many yean of thorough research and studj ol scalp conditions, combined with a practical and scientific knowledge ol diseases of the hair and tcalp. our system is tried and proven and our clientele represents the higher type 01 successful business and profes•'' "'•"' In the Greater Miami area I'll HOUGH HAIR RESTORING SYSTEM guarantees results within ., reason ablj shon time. n„ treatment, are not Painful, do not require .. huge amount ol Hme ,.n,i do not interfere with business or social obligations. 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Friday, June 1, 1934 TIIK JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Seven And Be Sure Of Intelligent, Faithful, Courageous And Honest Representation SHE STANDS FOR 1. Support of the President as the chosen leader of the American people. Support of the Democratic administration to the best interest of my constituents. 2. Work to secure pensions for veterans of all wars, their widows, orphans and dependents and for the immediate payment of the Veterans Adjusted Compensation Certificates as a means of circulating money and increasing purchasing power. 3. Work to secure such legislation as will completely abolish child labor forever, and as will pension the aged and widows with infant children where they are without means of support. 4. The expansion of our inland waterways and harbors and the creation of naval and air bases on the East Coast of Florida as a part of our National Defense Act. 5. Work to secure such Federal aid for schools as is necessary to insure a full school term for our children with adequate provision for teachers salaries computable with a decent standard of living. 6. The conservation of our national resources as the heritage of the people as a whole. 7. Legislation as is necessary to guarantee to all workers the opportunity of earning a living with sufficient wages to assure a livelihood in keeping with the American standard, and will protect the right of collective bargaining. 8. The passage of laws for the betterment and benefit of agriculture, and especially to protect the citrus and food crops produced in Florida against the importations produced by cheap foreign labor. The immediate payment of Med-Fly losses. 9. The passage of laws for the betterment of health, and the advancement of science, the extension of good roads, and the betterment of our transportation and distribution system. 10. The creation of a government controlled corporation, through which cities embarrassed by debt, may qualify and invest suitable sinking funds, to be used conjunctively with government credit, for the purpose of refunding or refinancing their burdens over a long period of time, at low interest rates. cur wil I THAMPION THE RIGHTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE REGARDLESS OF RACE OR CREED one WILL ^ SHE WORKED SIDE BY SIDE FOR HUMANITY WITH THE LATE NATHAN STRAUS, JEWRY'S FORFMOST LEADER Croker Will Represent All The People (Paid Political Advertisement) 17 nri;i of nd



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P..~F:J:.: THE JEWISH FLOKIDIAN Friday. j une 1. Beth David To Confirm Sunday The I ':-: %  .. .:: be held Sun%  : ion ol M Han Th : i ants will tell [ tl Conservati i L .. :-:-r oi '• Be::: :: insk; Irving Ginsberg and Jack %  • ill ;r i : I. II Mrs '•'.':.. :. president I thi SI terliood veil :.: Bibles :o the m the c : reachei %  ... be pn %  : 3rJacob Congregati peak Stanle; M; ill pre01 JlfU ". %  prti and tl ants ... zjivei Max :. ITM Marjone Friedman In 1 • % %  % %  % %  %  dance Cha nan in a plane Ida Bngk r. In Ling a • by Harr1 nee by I %  -. I s Sunda; M H B Ian ... ': '. was entitled of his funds .still >n Germany. Zomer. a former Roueral In Dr I ...: rtun. tailed 250 -000. c : : tHc< Dur?.. tl .:.. .: I %  -. ... %  .. ... %  trice A Bet I Las) laet Mi P Li 65 II — + BEN WILLARD \ OR Judge of the (jourt of (Crimes //< will appreciate ) our Support VOTE fOR DAN CHAPPELL FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE I.IMM P 1 His record warrants his election Paid Poll! Court Rules Lloyds Most Paj lew For funds Nazis (. onfi-uw-d Wil cox Fourth Fla, District He Has .Made Qood tag hli administration he has carried on a very extensive fight for continuation ol that of lice and he :i ~ks the vote and support ol the the coming prlmarie He that every promise made to :. carried out This is especially (rue re 6a the equal distribution 0 f the coiT try's business In the matter ot 2 chases. His record of purcha51i more than ninety per 11 nt of all quirements from local has not been denied. merchar;. German reiu%  Dfiscated by the G• .establish! i u tl result of a decision London High C tgaii I QCI The High Court ruled tl 1 Z %  :..-. i refugi •nth Lloyd's for Nazi %  .:.• :.. licy sii %  been %  his ::. : | German; : High z Re-Elect Mark o HEIDELBERG BEER GARDEN 151 St Z^ Sf DINNER to your FRIENDS and RELATIVES 'USSR: TORGSIN STORES carry an extensive line of high quai'ty su ts. dresses, coats. shces: cctton. silk and woolen geeds: food stuffs, household utensils, soaps, tobaccos, sweets and countless other articles; (imported and domestic). All these can be obtained at TORGSIN by your relatives. IF VOL. SEND THEM A TORGSIN ORDER • The Dollar buys now more than ever in the Soviet Union. For Torgsin orders visit your local bank or authorized agent General Representative in U.S.A at AMTORG. 261 Fifth Ave.. N.Y. WE'VE SEARCHED THE MARKETS FOR REAL VALUES and QUALITY RESULT Purchased hundreds of .Men's Fine Suits for .,,,.;,, evenl • FRIDAY SATURDAY 2 for 1 SALE 2 SUITS FOR $25.00 Tropicals N'ubs Crashes two real suits for the price of one sizes 34 to 44 Regulars shortstouts short stouts longs. 200 PAIRS SPORT PANTS $5 INDIAN WEAVE sins Fade-proof and shrinkproof! Sizes !!4 In 4li. $17.50 Frank Wolkowsky 18 N. E. FIRST AVENUE THEY'RE GOING FAST! A STANDARD MAKE 3 Burner ELECTRIC RANGE ALLOWANCE '. FOR YOUR OLD StOVE Recjardless of Make or Condition $99 BO 60c up Or only *5.30 a month for 18 months. Your old stove is your down payment. standard make four burner ranges at new low prices, with a 525.00 allowance for your old stove convenient terms and no down payment. This special offer makes it easy for you to start enjoying electric cookery today. Use the liberal allowance lor your old stove as a down payment and pay the balance in I8 small monthly payments. No cash required. I hese bargains are being offered through us or at your favorite electric dealer. THIS TRADE-IN OFFER EXPIRES JUNE i6th



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I s -7>j*''$£* Vr^: ;• %  -.':?' % %  1' Paste Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Prtdaj ,)„ ne SOCIETY :of the yoimg Men's Hebrew Association will be held in the clubrooms of tlie organization next Wednesday evening June 6th, beginning promptly at 8:30 p. in Ali i | >mbera are urged to attend. Mrs. Hem tlln was hosti at :i bridge Bhowei last week honoring Miss Oertrude 5y:nonds whose marriage to Jaek L. > Ine was solemnized last Sunday. Assisting the hostess In entertaining r Mo.sdames Sam Seitlln, E. Levlne .uid J. Rifkin. The must of honor was the rcceipient ol many beau -titts. Attending were Mesdamea Symond. s. Slotkin. L. Haytnan L Zeientz, B. Silver, E. Pont. M Kaler. N. Shandloff, H Raw.-. S Cohen, L. Katifinaii. M. Kotku. K Kotkin. L. Kotkin. Nathan Schwartz, A. Kaplan. M Levlnson, Joe Seigel. and the Misses Rose Levin Margaret Slotkm, and Bea Sti< er. Delicious refreshments we -• %  rved following the games at v inch prizes were av irded tor high -cores. • A meeting of the Junior Council ol Jewish v e will be held at thi Miami Colonial Hotel Tuesday evening June 5th beginning at 8 o'clock M) i Feldman will givi a book review All members anurged f> attend, Closing BJ it Beth David Sunday school and Talmud Torah will ii> %  morning June ;(id beginning n Prizes will be awai led to I student.', foi then -i ... hmei I duri. %  %  %  %  • Tinmarri %  • ptials i I Mi ('" %  ; %  trude Mr. Jack Li vlni I-::: ; prominent work Miami u.i i Sunday at thi horn bride bj M. David l Miss Hose Levlne sister ot the groom was maid ol honor and attended the bride, with Murray Symonds brother ol the bride as best man. Foiiouin^ the ceremony parents of the bride were hosts to the wedding party at a reception after which the couple lett for a honeymoon trip to the North. • • • The marriage nuptials ol Miss A Shaff of Pcrrine. Fla.. to Mr. Morns Shemer son of Rev and Mi. 8 shemcr will be solemnized at Beth David Synagogue next Sunday afternoon at 3 p. m. with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Miss Selma Ruth Spoont will receive her teacher's certiflcati at the graduation exercises next Mondaj :l the University ol Miami • • • Mr. and Mrs Henry Seitlln, long time residents and communal tt'ork: Miami will be hosts at a re.•epiion Saturday morning June 2nd it Beth David Talmud Torah lowing the Bar Milzva ol the!) tack Which will take place at Beth David Synagogue Saturday morning. All friends arc asked to attend. Among those arriving from 'he Florida state College for Women at Tallahassee are Mildred Clein, rtosalyn Daum, and Ethel Mintzer. • Mr. Hyman Apte Is a patiei I at tl i Jackson Memorial H lie Is convalescing :: • %  %  rious operation, He would t> from friends • imii Miller Is a patl Hospital when hi ..pi ration day. *. • • Mr Carl Weinkle ttiest brld at tl in law 1 0 0 SQUARE Bags Hose Slips Mn'i Tis 1200 Pairs p len s JOC Lisles and rayons, plain colors with clocks orjacquard patterns, grouped in this handy LOO squaii' I'm quick, easy selection. Make this shop ; thrift habil! Street Floor 3 Pairs Burdino's Mis.Lena Weinkle whose ma to Mr Leo Chalkin wiU be oli ed on June loth. The decorations were carried out In n n and White color scheme, and the bride to be was the rcipient ol a beautiful guest prize Among those attendin %  :1 M.uk Rhel i iromer, Milllcenl Rubin. Dorothy Brill Mi: on R" li 'ol I %  • In RayvlS, Sara Kalm. Ooldll M Bede Qoldenblank. Pauline Lasky Bea Silver. Catherine Tyron; Mesdames Sol Weinkle, Bill Fan Man rue Wesson, M. J. Koplowltz. B ill Kapl '' l,lr > Rau /in. s C. Myers, Sol Rotfort, JasCromer, Harold Tobin, B Wemkie. Henry Shier, Jack Milli sam Blanck, Louis Heiman. Louli Weinkle, D. Chalkin, Sol Lutzkj Mrs M Silver ol Savannah, '•.< Mr.M Hoffman 11 Boston, and Mrs. Rose Cohen ol Syracuse, N. Y. • An important meeting ol the Ladies Auxiliary ol the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held next Tuesday evening Jui al ;; 30 p, in. All members are urged to attend, • • • At the 111 last Mondaj afternoon al thi homi ol Mrs Harry I. Upton Mian.: Bach, tor the beni fit enioi Ha.: I'm:.a large number ol m in which Miss Adl li Si reading, Mrs Sonj a Si CM ral F at the piano bj Mrs N I. Pasirofl and a plan P Durum thi ii Mi '. lanta Ga graduation Leo Ulanl (' ; H %  : : Mi im for th p • ... n Moi timi r Lasl Mrs van Saturdi at the Miami Ji wl h Orl Sj nagogue Mortimer will i and deliver a speei i. in Ei ter which the Rabbi will preai h Afti i thi rvices, Mr. and Mn Lasky will l )( liost.v to membi the congregation In the vestry i 1 1 the Synagogue Friend and n la tives ancordially invited to attend. NO cardwill be issued. • • • Mrs. A. SafanowitZ mother i : Mrs. LoinPallor ol thi patient at the Victoria II, where she underwent B serious operation la.31 week Mr .and Mrs. I outs Weinkle haw issued invitations to the wedding ol 'their daughter, Lena, to L,o Arthur 1 Chalkin, at 7 ao „. ,„.. June l0 .„ Beth David Syna u Rabbi Max Shapiro will offlclau at the Cl n mony, which wUI be followed bj a dinner for the bridal party and out-of-town guests at Coral Oable Country ci„b A reception dance will follow the dinner Miss Weinkle's attei M \„. Mr [rving Galanty, Atlanta, matron of honor: Miss Beatric. Ooldenblank. maid of honor; Mis. Dorothy Brill and MLSHanna Mack bridesmaids. Dr. Bernard Chalkin "'• will be b. I man | will include Stanlej c Myei Heiman, Ralph Brickend. Sam BBCkman Charles Wen. tein A i paiiol and Aaron Weinkle will i ii mi n MLSAlic. VpU dau hter ol Mr. and Mrs. D J. Apte Ol Miami, who Isastudenl al Oouchercollege, Bal,„„,„,.. M,I. >i,,ppcd over In Atlanta to vl I Stra burger beeturning here for the summer. RADIO 8VNAGOO Rabbi 8 M Machtei, founder and director ol the Radio Synagog, will ,iion WIOD on Sunday morning, at nine, on "Strikes." In addition to the sermon there will be prayers, scripture reading, and a question box ( WIHKM I I OR III I II I DON Circuit Judge His Record Mints Vour \ i.t Another' i Paid Politieal Advert!**



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rtday, June I, 1934 [HE JEWISH bLORIDIAN THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN ,,| |,| i-lllll KVKHY FRIDAY LwMl FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. %  '"' p II. Hot 297J Uiami. Florida Phone 2-1183 ICMIiiHIAI. OFFICES: s w. I il' Arnu I'hon* 2-1183 or America and that the League oi Nations should create a fund ol thirty million pound terling tor such a transplanting oi European •" %  wry. Dr. Oaster* plan I ol course, hardly feasible Page Three turn outlined with pale green satin matching the girdle. About 40 gue i. were present. Mr A. M. Wolfson entertained a to the realm ol day-drea^aE """" ^"^ "*** '" lions ol dollar, would be required ", l.ol iSHOCHBT, Editor LKKII K. -Ill" IIKT. Circulation Ninun lANTOB BORIS SCHLACHMAN, pield Representative .. ,,nn al 3:15 o'clock al her home. 319 Wesl Amelia Ave., m celebration ol the seventh birthday anniversary oi her son. Sorrel Louis Wolfson. Abou! 30 children were present and 20 adults. Bis MunlhBnc ir Representative SUBSCRIPTION ti.oa $2. ot Vol. 7—No. 22 FRIDAY, JINK 1, 1934 \\liut of Austria? u ndency among Jew:. this country to ignore Ing anti-Semitic wave as the anti-Jewish the Von Papen regime d In pre-Hitler days for 1 his aloof ne 1 the theory from a Nazi Austria, the Dolfuss lllng With the Jews is 1 ing, In the light of hat 1. happening in Austria, this ttltudi %  11 the part of the Jewish p : unwise. In their drive Socialists Doll fuss and i 11 hr adjutants work on e prim Iple that every Jew is a : Communist. This theory led to include Jewish phy:.ers and other profesionaL-. ho are being quietly but nslstently eliminated from all vie po Itions. The wealthy Jewish le 111 Austria, afraid to be supporters of the Solists • Communists, go out of %  assist the Dollfuss Govm applying its strangleld on 1 he labor classes. They, the le, labor under the delusion at bv doing this they will insure against Communism. the very mistake which the ealth} Jews of Germany commitd In ihc days before Hitler became Then they also harbored me illu Ion that any regime is better Uian Socialism, and extended a Snd to Hitler. They learnI. too late, that their money forgI tin weapons which are being % •'•d to • terminate them. The Jewk Ion In Austria demands not % '>' watching but clear and -Irom-the-shoulder reaction 0: part of our leadership. SilI nnol eradicate the truth ,! Man Jewry is slowly being I 1 the position of a deI Itizenship, a by-product of m ci I>>1 > aster's Wroposal Qa ter, the great and courageous leader of ry, wrote an article the In winch he advocated migration of the Jews In his article Dr. lyzing the present arms comes to the con' Palestine is too small '"'"'late all the Jews who •' %  homeland, that terri'""1


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Friday. June 1. 1934 Vote For THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN itfte toyies* Page Five SOCIETY Schwartz as hostess at her home 334 N. W. 2nd ave. Prizes will be awarded for high scores and refreshments will be served. The pubneumt Classified AWNINGS J.C. (Jim) WILLIS Candidate for Member BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION District No. 2 Subject to Democratic Primary, June 5th Examine my record as School Trustee District '!. You will find constructive measures sponsored and adopted. I promise faithful and fair performance in behalf of all teachers and children in Dade ( iiinh Schools if elected. \ our support and vote will be highly appreciated, 'Paid Political Adv.) The annual Installation banquet lc „ m u d l0 aUcnd oi Junior Hadassah will be held at the Robert Clay Hotel in Dallas. Joan Crawford and Clark Gable ^^:X'T'^' UW f in '' i '' n are paired again as lovers „, "Dane „ J T" aminge Lady, Metro-ooidwyn-^ I Vl,^, TursTn Sunday and Monday as the attraci„r,w u tion at the Tivoli Theatre i„ „. '" *****"* thirteenth bnthday anniversarv will be cele'Photoplay which is based on brated wlth a (hm( ,;. a zz T w B, oad n r ance ii : "" c """">c;i b —H vt u who Is determined to win stage Annette W eohsler. and Miss Marion r, houT ? ab "' enaCtS BlBnk "' <*** %  This dance Will hard-boiled musical comedy to B1SO culminaU Ul( J( u sll NaU(ma] browbeat her. in prominent supK„„ (I Rower Day drive porting roles are Franchot Tone. : M rs. So. Rotfort. president of the May Robson. Winnie Lightner, Fred | Miami unit, and Miss Beadv GoldenAstaire, Rob,,, Benchley and Ted : blank were chosen as delegate, to the National Convention of Junior Hadassah in New York City. August 19th. 20th, and 21st. with Miss Han.i Mack and Miss .silver as alternates. BUILDING SUPPLIES Healy and his stooges. The picture was directed by Robert Z. Leonard For Your LUMBER Requirements Also Roofing and Asphalt. Call JEFFREY LIMBER YARDS. INC. "Quick Service." 2047 N. Miami Ave. Phone 33658 GARAGES Franchot Tone Her S (Christopher r.' an based on the play "The Late Christopher Bean," one ol Ni w York's oul dramatic hits, laj and Monday at the Seventh Avenue Theatre bi Camp Cody now in the beginning Ol Its ninth .successful year as a camp for Jewish boys between the ages Ol five to thirteen. Situated in the Allegheny Mts. only twentyeight miles from Binghamton. N. V., it is ideally located from the viewpoint or accessibility, health and environment. Under the direction of Philip Axman who Is coach and director of physical education at the Baltimore City College every rforl Is made to have the eight .vi i k's vacation at cam]) aid In the upbuilding of body as well as mind. Prices arc reasonable, and man] Florida parents havi b ling 'Innchildren there. Mr. Mortimer Fay I i ni i i the coun .. %  i ol the ramp and i,n local repre ental Twenty i ibli s ol I play Wi dm day night al a ben< bridge given by Mrs. Jean i : Loyaltj Club ni Emunah ChapROLLINS & BOGGS Specializing In General Motor Repairs. Wheel Aligning. Brake Lining. Etc. 14(i N.W. 5th St. Phone 2-2447 GROCERS SHELL'S I::::. s. w. nth St. MILLWORK work, Screen Windowand Spindle Doors: Cabinet Work. LEE NOVELTY WORKS 221 x. w. Mth st. Phone 2-7469 PIANO TUNING r Marll Dn ll r and Lionel I' iO. E, S. Prizes were awarded for high scores and booby prizes lor low scores. Dunn 1 .: the evening delicious were served. Next Wednesday evening June 6 Loyalty Club of Emunah Chapter is sponsoring the loth ol a series ol benefit bridges with Mrs. Olga VOTE FOR JOHN J. LINDSEY Candidate for STATE LEGISLATIVE Group Two Paid Political Adv. 4 „_ „ *fcM> YOl R LAINDRY TO THE HOME SERVICE Laundry nor ii. 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The kindly doctor under the lash of greed becomes a sehem' ing fraud until the dramatic denouement in which lie returns to his better nature under the influence of the kindly Abby. o BOBBINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL WORKS Responsible Roofers since 1919. Inspections and Estimates Free 222 N.W. 26th St. Phone 2-3705 WINDOW SHADES .MIAMI WINDOW SHADE CO. "For Shades" 174 N.E. 40th St. Phone 2-8665 FOR SHUTTER AWNINGS see the Duplex Shutter Co. Prices rightestimates free. Let us protect your home from storms. 668 N. W. 54th St. Phone Edgewater 9187. FOR THE FINEST IN DELICATESSEN, DAIRY AND BAKERY PRODUCTS TRY SCHIFF'S 169 N. W. 5th Street Corner of 2nd Avenue "A Trial Here Will Save You Money" + + j Dacle is the only County in the I State to run its schools full ] terms for the past two years and pay its teachers in full. IF you want 9 months of school VOTE FOR W. II. COMBS District 2 School Board 'Paid Political Advertisement i YOTE FOR HARRY GORDON To The LEGISLATURE in GROIP1 He Stands For: 1. Adequate provision for Schools. 2. Workmen's Compensation Act. 3. Keep insurance money in Florida, and reduce rates by regulation. 4. Reduction of gasoline tax. iPaid Political Advertisement' GIVE YOUR BOY A REAL OPPORTUNITY! SEND HIM TO CAMP CODY "Little Meadows, Pa." IN THE BEAUTIFUL ALLEGHENY MOUNTAINS For Jewish Boys from 5 to 13 years of age EXCEPTIONAL TERMS For Information: Phone or Write MORTIMER FAY Miami Representative 24 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-5994 + O Vote For E. C. COLLINS FOR Judge of Criminal Court of Record And continue the proven record Of a fair, impartial and efficient administration of an office affecting your very liberty. iPaid Political Advertisement) t n .1 17 nri;i of nd