The Jewish Floridian

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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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University of Florida
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7No. 23
1 OH IDA'S ONLY JKW1SH WEEKLY
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, n\i: s. 1934
Price Five Cents
Jewish News
Around The
World
glrstine Strike Marred By Street
Clashes Injuring 52
alemClashes between Jevi
I a.-, and Jews and police In
\ \\\\ and Jerusalem marred an
Impri Ive Ironclad na-
il seven-hour general pro-
strike On the part ol the cnlirc
ewish population as-.am.--i the Pal-
(Government's immigration
i rom noon until .seven In
not a wheel turned any-
!. >n Palestine. Factories, stores,
market and Jewish Instl-
were closed. But lines halt-
Be All business was suspended
verywhere the populace downed
It and crowded the seore. ol
m. meetings.
>2 persons injured m
.: e ol strike demonstrations
S': in Tel Aviv. The exacl caui
li ... violence in Tel Aviv I i 111
\ I oi dispute. Oni
y thai the police, In then- ef-
i disperse the huge crowds
from the ma i meetings,
a | brutality. An
by the police tactics, the crowd
i to throw .stones, in the en-
I many were injured.
|>:tI\ i.i i Jews Vnconvinced ol New
Regime's Friendliness
Notwithstanding assuranc-
the Jews from Vice-Premier
| k and General Balodis, war
Latvian Jewry is not yet
i ed that the New Fascist
i Is friendly to the Jewish
1 tion. Publicly the Jewish
f are optimistic, but private-
point to a number of onnn-
ts. All of the Yiddish news-
I have been suppressed. Lat-
| rthold and Helman, editors
1 leading Yiddish organ, "Fri-
have fled the country in
i avoid arrest.
| only Jew who appears to
me Influence with the new
1 that be is Mordeeal Dubin.
der and member of Par-
; To replace the suppressed
I dailies, Dubin ha.- started
ion ol "Our Voice." Some
hen expect that Jew-
iral autonomy will be wiped
bj the government. All mem-
l the J( -.. sh ci imm I
b I boy< otl againsl < lei man
P ive in i r arresti d,

Ji wish war veterans
Uli
. m. In a radio ad<
intry .Vice Pri mier
rted thai "we da de-
persecute minorities, thus
theii livi Our Inten-
p" Is i" : trengthen the i atvlan
\ i ri till nt our
fi in the evenl ol da
al all oi our citizen -. re-
| ol rai i or en ed, will come
'he defense ol the fatherland."
Loeal Official Pepper Will Y.M.H.A. Elects
Is Nazi Agent? OpposeTrammell
Disclosing what had been alleged
recently by Congn man Di<
and othei te In ony bi fore the
resslonal Committei In '
li n conducting the activities ol
Nazi agents In the United States
showed thai paid pubia
had been disseminating Nazi propa-
ganda in this country. Of particu-
lar Interest to Ploridlam Is the facl
I.at the firm ol Carl Byoir and a -
soclates had been In charge ol the
publicity work and had employed
the noted Anti-Semitic a
-...ester Viereck in this work.
The German ambassador. Dr.
Hans Luther, and the German C011-
eneral in New York City, Dr
Otto Kiep. figured prominently in
the committee's opening Inve tlga-
t ion of "un-American" activities in
he United states.
Dr. Kiep was said to have paid
54.000 to a New York City publicity
ind business promotion firm to
obtain publicity in this country"
,! anti-Semitic statements, He wai
aid. ai.-o. to have contributed, un-
ifficlally and in behall of a thud
(300 for publication of B
i ierman pamphlet.
Dr. Luther was described as the
financial backer and sponsor ol
that same pamphlet.
The $4,000 payment for the dis-
temlnation of anti-Semitic" state-
ments was brought out durin thi
examination of Carl Dickey, part-
ner in the New York firm of Carl
Byoir and associates,
Dickey said his firm has a con-
tract with the German tourist In-
formation oil ice. receiving Sli.000 a
month "giving advice, counsel, and
getting together material for travel
information."
About twice a month, too. he
t.'.stiiied. a sheet tilled "German
American Economic Bulletin" Is
prepared and mailed to a "list ot
about 3.000 newspapers and some
lew business institutions."
gome ol the Information In that,
],i. la prepared m Germany;
Is gotten together In the New
y.irk Byoir office.
Oi that $6,000 nionii.
testified, Sl.ooo In salarj
and *750 In commissions are
be-
Instrumental In
obtaining the contract, Bui
ntly thai eithei
Making hit in-; state wide cam-
paign Claude Pepper Candida1. I
the United Stales Senate a
Park Trammel] incumbent and
three other candidates made a re-
markable showing to come within
three thousand votes oi leading the
.Kkei Mr. Pepper and sen. Tram-
mel] are in the run oil prlmarj
lie held on June 26th.
New Officers
i Wednesdi
n one ol the mi ]>' '' I ::.
ol the Y. M. H. A. when I I
the coming term were elected by
the Young Men's Hebrew Associa-
tion. Al. Rosenleld was chosen pres-
ident, Sol. Rotfort vice pri
Al. Grossman recordln
Al. Reisman corresponding secre-
tary, c. Sirkin house chairman Nal
Kupler chairman ol finance, Bil-
liard Clein publicity chairman, Mi. -
key Lubel athletic director, Jack
Atkms entertainment chairman
Sam Shindcl national act
chairman. Murry Grossman, Jack
Apte and Philip Bcrkowiu w ire
hosen members at large on the
Board of Governors. Unanimously
elected in recognition of meritori-
ous work during the past year '
Nat Blumberg treasurer. Jules Wil-
son sergeant at arms, and A. B
kowltz, membership chairman Hi'
rs will be installed a.t formal
ceremonies to be held shortly. They
will assume their (.tine- next week
Pepper challenged the record ot
the incumbent in one ol the most
Vigorous campaigns in recent year-.
alleging inaction in the Senate He
Is a forceful orator and one ol
Florida's foremost lawyers. He is
farm born and came to this state
by way of the .steel mills, the Uni-
versity of Alabama and Harvard.
In a statement issued just before
he left Miami to return for a briel
rest to ins home ai Tallahassee, lie
said "I -really appreciate the
splendid support shown me. and
with the aid of an awakened elec-
torate and the continued support
oi my friends, I am confident that
I will be elected at the June 26th
primary." A number of Miami's
prominent Jewish attorneys were
a, tive m his campaign,
Rabbi Is
Honor Guest
0i vii reck felt i '"'
.leWS.
Byoir is the general n
ilium: Hi!'
Al. investigation is being conduct-
ed by the Jewish Florldian to
to thi ""' '" :
, them no editorial comment will
h,. made until -hey havi
opportunity t<> express then
Emunah Chapter
To Celebrate
Next Thursday evening Emunan
Chapter C). E. S. will enlerlam a
a Flag Day celebration immediate-
ly preceding the regular meetl
the Scott. remple. A pro-
gram featuring recitations, li
menial and nt* I
dancing, in all ot which membei
children will p.
entertaln-
m< nt I a kj w
accompanl I an I
ill a piai
Alperl
ceremon i
the program are Marjorli
in a sole.: and dam i (
le Adelman In vii
lin sell
. .H : piano SOlO,
a reading and dam e bj E
er, and a piai by Hortem
Beckwlth "'cl to
attend tie
More than a hundred members
and friends Of the Miami Jewisll
Oilhodox Congregation and Ladas
Auxiliary attended the get-t(
and reception tendered to Rabbi
Julius Washer of the Congregation
on the eve of his departure lor a
two months' vacation in the NortJ
During the evening a program was
presented during which Rabbi D
I. Rascnbloom of Beth Jacob. Rab-
bi s. m. Machtei of the Radio
gogue .-poke ol the work ol
their colleague and the esteem In
which he was held. Other add
were made by Milton Weinor presi-
dent of the congregation, Nathan
Adelman past president. 11 M Dre-
vich first vice president, Mav Rap-
paport second vice president. Jos-
eph Greenberg secretarj Mom
Kotkin past officer. Max M
r; Mrs. Harrj Kotkin p
president, Mrs.
dent of Ladies Auxiliary and
Mrs. 1 >
.mi Philip
Berkowitz. treasurer, wl
'..
, piano o ( antors
Boris Schlachman and
Wroobel sain' sevi lection
I he evil.
oi the evening was di
Vi her, the
Mr. .1 I
.
Mr Nathan Abran
; adii Auxill and H
. i
Ion. They were
members ol th
irmal pro-
gram those present enjo;
rvlce m the vestry room ol
igue. Rabbi Washer will
return to Miami abo.it AU| list Is'
to resume his (\ui\r-. here.
'Announcements!
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
i Reform *
U7 K. K. Ninttctnth BlrMl
DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN, Kabbl
Briel services will be held tonight
at 8 p. m. There will be no .
This will be continued thro:;
the summer during the absei
Rabbi Kaplan with a Lay men.In t
in charge.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox!
154'. B. W. Third Strt
JULIUS WASHER. Rabbi
Services begin tonight at ti:30 p.
m. Saturday morning services be-
gin at 9 a. m. Mlncha services a'.
6:30 p. m. followed by the Maarh
service.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox I
111 Washington Avr.. Miami Bcftch
DAVID I. ROSENBI.OOM. Rabbi
Services be 'in toe: 6 30 p.
m Tomorrow morning servici
um at i! :io a m. Cantor Schlach-
man will chant the services. Mint
cha services begin at 6:30 p. m.
with Maariv following.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Connervative)
139 N. W. Third Arena*
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Services begin at 6:30 tonight.
Saturday morning services begin at
8:30 a. m. Mincha services be
6:30 p. m. followed by the M
service.
Primary Results
Are Decisive
In last Tuesday's primary the
following were nominated a.- Dem-
ocratic nominees, which is tanto-
mount to election.
e H. F. Atkinson, for judge
of Circuit court.
Judge E C. Colin:- for Jud
Inal Court of Record.
Ben c. Willard, for ]ud|
Courl ol Crn:.
Dan Chappi II toi 'ate |
roup :
: C
execute
\V. W. WO( e
Democratic exi m
C L. Whei
. a. Tun .
Ion, di.-trie four.
II. H. Fil'
trie! one.
w H Coml chool board.
district two.
Congressman M
ceived an overwhelming majority
in his :
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THE JEWISH FLOKIMAN
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THK JEWISH
ILOKIDIAN
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I LOUIS SIIOCIIET, Editor
rREPK. BHOCHBT, Cirrulntion Managtr
CANTOR HORIS SCHLACHMAN,
Field Representative
,.,,n,l claai matter July 4.
oal Office 'it Miiimi, Florida,
",.,',. .,.. vet of March :i. 1878.
WEST PALM BEACH
SAMUEL SCHUTZEH
Representative

ST. PETERSBURG
MBS. MAE BENJAMIN.
Representative
ORLANDO
SYLVIA BERMAN
Representative
TAMPA. FLA.:
MRS. M. H. KISLER
Representative
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Vol. 7No. 2:t
.1 Palestine
Research Institute
though it i unjustifiable for an
American citizen to Indulge In such
an activity, a lawyei
compelled to defend crimina
Is, however, never torcei
cute victim mi I,,, ,,,,., ,,,
him ell and to Mr. Rockefeller, with
whom his name has been com
for so many years, to maki a
statement aboul his connectioi
Naziland, our cannol repi
Nazi business in this country with-
out becoming Involved In the vio-
lent political maelstrom n
around the Nazi activities in the
United States.
Mn Krou e, dau [hter oi Mrs. j.
Gordon and the late Mr, J. Gor-
don, ,i : mpan, She re-
ceived her education al the local
schools here and al the Florida
.state College for Women and I a
member ol Delta Pin Epsllon so-
rority,
Mr. Krouse is the son ol Mi
M:. S, Krouse, ol Natchez, Ml
: in business In thai
city.
THE
GLOM
H4
it takes a promoter to unload a
bud thine on lo a "good thing."
Ignorance Is supposed to be bliss,
bm it Isn't even good counterfeit.
The Palestine Riots

It Is symbolic of the plact thai
!' tine has begun to occupy in
Jewish life that Prof. Richard Will-
staetter, German Jewish scientist
and winner of the Nobel Prize, de-
; the formal opening address
dedication of the Daniel Sieff
rch Institute in the colony ol
Rehoboth, It would be harmful
both to Palestine and to the in-
dividuals involved to create the Im-
n that Palestine can or
.should absorb all the distinguished
men ol science who have been forc-
ed from Germany, n Is inevitable.
however, that Palestine should be
Ingly recognized as a land
where the Jewish mind can create
without restriction or fear. Before
pression wealthy Jews have
huge endowments to various uni-
versities, including largely German
schools, for the furtherance of
(lintHit activities. If such gifts
mi to be made, the benefac-
hould keep Palestine in mind.
It i one country where the credit
for Jewish achievements can go only
to Jews. The Jewish balance sheet
can afford to have .such assets.
The reports from Tel Avit aboul
the riots in connection with the
general strike called as a protest
against the Government tor its
policy oi restricting Jewish immi-
gration to Palestine are conflict-
ing. The Clashes between the pat.Ki-
el's and the police in Tel Avi\ are
described by various observers in
various ways. One observer speaks
aboul a united Jewry ol Palestine
protesting against the Government
and participating in this regrettble
Incident. Another newspaperman
labels the clashes as riots between
Revisionists and Labor members.
Another still plan-- the responsi-
bility oi the fight between police
and civil population on the shoul-
ders of the communists. Whatevei
the truth may be. nobody can deny
that ihe.-e dashes are most unfor-
tunate. They are due to the Irre-
sponsible leadership oi a .-mall
group of Zionists who insists on
copying central European methods
in their political activities. The
communists are surely not inter-
ested in the Zionist demand- toi
more immigration, The Jewish La-
bor Federation has always been op-
posed lo physical violence. This
only the Revisionists who
have a peculiar exhibitionist ten-
dency to demonstrate Jewish virility
or "two flstedness." as Jabotlnsky
calls it. by behaving like rowdies
The Zionist Executive should offi-
cially di.sown such tactics and dis-
sociate itself from such maneuvres
The best way lo deal with the Pal-
estine Administration is to negotiate
estine Administration is to ne-
gotiate, not to intimidate We should
have learned this lesson
Mr. s. Rosenfarb has announced
the engagement and approaching
marriage ol in.- daughter, Miss
Pauline Ro enfarb, to Larry Ban-
dell, ol Tampa cm ol Mr and Mi
Harry Bandell, ol Miami
The marriage will be solemnized ]
Sunday, June 10th, al the home ol
the bride's lather. MiSS Rosenfarb
is a graduate of Hillsborough High
School. Her lialice. who was born
in Jacksonville, was graduated from
the Semlnole High School in San-
lord and al tended school in New
York tor a year before entering the
University of Florida.
It lakes a woman to do
properly without knowing how,
You seldom meet a married man
who thinks he knows it all
A pessimist is a man who know.-
a lot aboul himself and but little
about his neighbors.
A cynic is perhaps a man who
pretends to be tired of the wond
bui m reality he la a man of whom
the world is tired.
Press A gentry
Humors will not die that Ivy Lee.
America's mast famous press agent.
moster mind of the pro-Nazi
anda in the United Suites.
lrom the Congressional
'tee lo investigate Nazi pro-
la, which meets behind closed
ire being circulated to the
that the Ivy Lee matter has
up before it. Mr. Lee. how-
not available. One of his as-
in a statement to a re-
i quoted as saying that Ivy
nothing whatever to do
the Nazi propaganda, yet this
oilite admits thai Ivy Lee
nts several ol the largest in-
I concerns ol Germany In
intry, In view <>t the present
Ol American public opinion
: deed conceivable thai Ivy
: in order to treat a heai
for his clit nt I com-
to ovi rsti p the boundaries
commercial publicity. II
conc< ivable thai Mr, I
lias been applied to method:
to counteract the antl-
itl in this country and to
propaganda which would
the good name'' oi Naziland
..it tins is conceival
Tampa, Florida
Notes
Rabbi and Mrs David Zielonka
and the Rabbis mother. Mrs Mar-
tin Zielonka, left last week to spend
the summer In Cincinnati and El
Paso.
A large crowd attended the dance
given by the Merry Fellows dub al
the Tampa Yacht and Country duo
last week, this is the dubs last af-
fair oi this season
Guests who arrived for the wed-
,: miss Florence Argintar and
Dr. F. LebOS last Sunday were the
Misses Mildred and Florence I
,. Harry Cohen, ail ol Atlanta.
<-,, Mr. and Mis. L. M. Goldstein.
and Mr <" VI .n.ar. Ol Wesl
Palm Beach, and Mr OS. \
wr i Miami. Fla., and others,
Ml Renee Oord n ai I
. were ma.net! Tuesd
n a- an Impn
the home ol the bridi i
,I: j. oordon, Rabbi D. Zielonka
,,tn.i.
,\ reception wa held after the
ceremony to wind, close friends ol
the couple were invited.
Miss Florence Argintar and Dr.
F, Lebos were married Sunday af-
i ternoon at > o'clock at the home Ol
the bride- parents, Mr. and Mrs
M. Argintar.
Rabbi Adolph Burger performed
the ceremony m the presence of a
gathering ol relatives and friends
Preceding the ceremony. Miss Ruth
Salsbury sang "Because'' and I
Love You Truly'' accompanied by
MiSS Sylvia Stoun. and the wedding
march was played by Mr. Myer
Stoun, violinist, accompanied by
Miss Stoun.
The bride was attended by hei
sister, Miss Raye Argintar. a.s maid
of honor. Another sister. Mrs. M.
Coolik, of Newnan, Oa., served as
matron of honor.
Miss Mildred Lebos, sister of the
bridegroom served as bridesmaid
Dr. Harry Cohen, of Atlanta. Ga..
attended Dr. Lebos as best man and
Dr. S. Bergman was groomsman
The bride was given in marriage by
her lather.
Immediately after the ceremony
Mr. and Mrs. Argintar entertained
members of the wedding party and
out of town guests at a buffet sup-
per.
MiSS Argintar is a native of Tam-
pa and has lived here most of her
life, she attended the schools here
and attended the Florida State Col-
lege for Women where she became
a member of the Delta Phi Epsilon
sorority.
Dr. Lebos, a native of Vero Beach,
is a graduate of the Atlanta South-
ern Dental college and practiced
! for five years in Vero Beach before
coming to Tampa a year ago. He is
! a member of the Alpha Epsilon Pi
fraternity.
.lews Unaffected by Fascist Over-
turn in I'.uk.iru
SofiaBulgarian Jewry has not
been affected in any way by the
Fascist coup de'etal winch estab-
lished an authoritarian government
here. Although the leaders of the
new regime are for the most part
anti-Semitic army officers, Jewish
spokesmen hen do nol expect any
discrimination against the Jewish
population while King Bon-, long
friendly to the Jews, retains his
throne. A delegation representing
the soiia kehillah .ailed on the new
premier to assure him ol the pa-
in and support ol the '
community. The suppression of Par-
liament has cost Chaim Prahy,
eni ol the Bulgarian Zionist"
ition, his deputy's seat. The
Jewish community, however, is
pleased with the official ban ;
on the Bulgarian Nazi party.
iv> Lee Linked to Nail Propaganda
The average man'.- sen.se of hum-
or refuses to work when the joke
Is on him.
Only a disinterested third party
is able to realize that there are
two sides to a story.
Alas! that restless feeling
Over me Is ever teallng
I long to drop my burdens and
depart.
For I am tired of carrying
My load and sick of tariyii
The wanderlust is eating out my
heart.
Our fathers were nomadic.
The disease i.s not sporadic,
And wanderlust tempts all of us
to roam;
The open road i.s luring me,
There is no hope of curing me,
But I'm afraid I'll have to stay
at home
For though I am so eager.
My fortune is quite meager
Right here my happiness I'll have
to glean;
For though the distance calls me
And its charm forever thralLs me.
Alas! to travel takes some
hue!
Many a man who humbly speaks
ol hi.- own insignificance gets mad
it oilier people refer to it.
An item from Budapest tells of a
woman who has never had a wink
of sleep since 1911. Heavens! Do
the neighbors never stop playing
"The Blue Danube" there, either?
Thi' Man with the StrapMy son. The new 200-inch telescope will
your mother tells me that you have enable us to see parts of the uni-
been beating up the neighbor's verse 1.000.000,000 light years dis-
children again. tant. It i.s a cheering thought that
The SonYes. father, but I have away out there somewhere we may
disavowed the act and consider the at least see something we can
Incident dosed. understand.
Mrs. DoubleyewIsn't that a
beautiful gown Fragile Frances is
wearing in this reel?
Mrs. ExeLovely! I only wish I
could get on the other side of the
screen to see how it hangs in the
back.
As Father's Day seems not to
have gripped the popular fancy,
perhaps we should substitute Fath-
er's Night, and let the old boy go.
Long years I struggle and desire.
And on the day when I "arrive,
I find somehow the fates conspire
To make me feel I'd rather strive
An officer of a western associa-
tion of wardens says that Nature
will attend to our outlaws. Sure.
the next ice age will cover them
up.
Electrically charged fences are be-
ing given a test on western cattle
ranges. It's got so a Congressman
can't straddle anything in safety.
The Shoe ClerkWhat seems to
be wrong with these shoes?
Mrs. FussbodyEverything. They-
're all wrong. I've worn them a
whole day and they haven't hurt
me the least bit.
West Palm Beach
Notes
Mr. and Mrs. H. Gold of West
Palm Beach and Pahokee left Wed-
nesday for a month's vacation.
insistence. Mrs. Jack Sneider vice
president took over the chair and
is the new president. Mrs. H.
Greenblatt was elected to fill the
vacancy of vice president.
Returning from college to spend
the summer with their parents are
Harry Goodmark. George Greenberg
and Adeline Goldstein.
Mr. Philip May was taken to the
local hospital Sunday suffering with
a .-udden hemmorage of a \<: \
serious nature making a blood trans-
fusion necessary. Latest hospital
reports say that Mr. Mays' condi-
tion is very much improved.
B'nai B'rith will be at Dubois ^^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^
Fishing Park al Jupiter Sunday. ^^ thnugb ^ summer num.,
J'""' .17"1:.''.n:i,'y'"U.a".:'!1..!':,",P'l." b> 'wo local congregations Beth
Israel. Reform and Beth El. con-
servative. Services begin at 8:18
nic. An invitation is extended
the entire Jewish Community
attend.
to
to
Mr. Sam a. Goldstein president
ol 'he local B'nai B'rith lodge is
leaving for a three week-' business
and pleasure trip to the Carolines
and other Northern points.
i rhood oi Beth El held an Im-
portant meeting Tui iday evening
at the home of Mrs. L. Da
on El Vedado Road Mrs. Fannie
Ryder tendered her resignation
which was accepted at Mr-. Ryder's
p. 111.
RADIO SYNAGOG
Rabbi s. M. Machtei, to
due.tor ol th- I
preach over radio station \\".>
nine o'clock on Sunday mornil
M\ Dad." The program will be
dedicated to Fathers Day. In
lion to the sermon there will be
prayers, music scrip iding,
and a quest ion box.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Flic!.,..
1931

'
i&ahia >nujog SUtllrtiit
Edited l>y RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
- America
Sunday Mornings U'lOD, Miami. Ilorida
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No. 25
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SUNDAY JUNK 3. 1934
"Strikes*'
Scripture Reading:, Dent., Chapter XXIV, Verses 11 and 15.
T] : w week.- has reported news
rthern i.-.
I :. ;. .: ill; papers 1 hovrii

::.
... nters, I was
Uttl r la< .-::.: A
..'.:..
nor with
noi l> .:..... .: ni of econon
r.fluence of commui
Ur< .-::.-.: .;.. ......truc-
.....r if the pi I o
:;
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Let us look ises that pi :
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trs. betti .
ier. Whei ire noi
.::. a
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liver the ord(
their
:' penditure o:
-' : : work. II their de-
ble :.:..<
ill
work don> m-
P'oy of la bo:
they o:':er Becau.se a ba: .ced or. thus particular -hop I
the new employee:- are called .it:- and
p and intercede with the
that they .-. from
::-...- shi p When quiet pleas fa:: and force Is used to dot, .: trik< -
break. iften necessitating thai the shop own
the police or the state militia to intervene to prevent the destruction
oi his property.
In all this we have overlooked one essential feature. The employer
usually has a reserve fund and can weather the storm. The stri
no funds or very limited funds, and. before lone, when that is ex!.,
the families and dependents of t!.- are in dire need. In such des-
peration, the strike-breaker, who produces for the employer and thus
prolongs the period of privation for the former workmen, becon.'
the eyes of the striker, a man who is robbing him of his bread and butter
From that frame of mind to the actual commission of atrocitu an
vandalism, sabotage and violence, is but a short step.
Added to this condition, and aggravating it. we have the propot,,: I
' : miss, .:ded labor leaders who harangue the desperav
" .tie of the employers who desire to starve the strike:
submission. Our sympathies naturally go out to the "under-dog'. A- he
is the producer of his employe) wealth he entitled to a share of it
in the form of a decent living wage, and In the guise of better working
conditions.
Under the Mosaic Law. the hired man had ma:.-
H- '..- never looked down, upon by his employer. I:. : |
conscientious in his work. Labor, physical work, was not considered de-
grading One of the contributing cause.- .:. strikes Is the envj of the em-
ployee for the status of his employer. He feels himself in a lower
For that condition society is to blame. The rabbis of old preacher;
they practised: for many of them were common day-laborers Thi
vided the day equally between prayer, study, and W< I
though they were, they knew how to respect the Industry the humblest
workman. I am a child of God.'" said one of them, "and my neighbor is-
HI ....i I Mj rk I in the field : rl i .-.:.
work, and he rises i to his He boasts not of his work: I
: : ::..:. And. if thou .-ayes: that I do great things, and he
things. I a.-k Have we not learnt that it matti
comphsh much or little, if c: heart upon
Heaven?"
Another of the laborer. It is told of Abba
ho. though a rabb: was a builder's laborer. While at w
day o:. .-. affold .. n ".vho wou>:
a theological ti: The Rabbi refu I am a day-:
and cannot leave :.. hat you would.and go."
Lafc ere ur.kr.'
he empic- i ild noi the hired
t had beer, completed, the hired-man could :
not pn
mpt to detain others froi
''

o do th::
r with
during ma: York City, and in other mining and
enters the emi yers
em-
env
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. the
reat-
sur-
unlty,
ur industrial i the
endei
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maintenance ol order, I

par-
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Beth Dii
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June 8. 1934
THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN
Page Five
Otthe
lovier
day evening the Junior
.Jewish Women held 'i
dinner at the Cara Villa
. (irecntx rg was chairman
Ln i ted by Miss Lil-
: and Miss Gertrude N i-
Hitch-hiking to Heavi n
royal road ol Romance!
on the
A p
little neh girl, with a million dol-
lars bin she had to beg for Love!
Sparkling comedy! Exciting sur-
prises! Thrilling romai
That's the story o! "II Ha]
": Junlor Hadai '"' On. Might." the Clark Gable-Calud-
,.i at a dinner In the ette Colbert co-starrii
i laj Hotel last Wednesdaj drama showing Sunday at the
, ; 8 H. Lutzky was
and introduced the
, aki i a number ol vo-
lons were heard during
I
hapter ol Junior Hada -
celebrate its thirteenth
t. anniversary with a dance
: imi Beach Country Cluo
I ...:. June 17lh With a
( <>i arrangements in
i nsisting ol Bea Silver,
j Seligman, Annette Wech-
flVOll 'I'll.Mire.
PALESTINE NEWS
An iron foundry specializing in
name! ware is now being erected
v 'in Palestine Foundry and
Works, Ltd., in Emek Zebu-
.11 iHaifa Hay land' on land pro-
bj tin' Palestine Economic
mizer and man
Mr Alexander Kremener. a lor-
ler in the German iron In-
t P30.000 had been Invested
American and Euro-
Erection ol In
in' employmi nt ol
... A glass bottle tac-
iiini!- transfi rred from
Poland, hi Palestlni. 'Me
in erected on PICA
Rlshon i'Zion, An experi-
itoi : .: ij. 11: estab-
rel- Avi\ I
mdertakini wil
Claudcrle Colbert in
Claudette runs away from her
father's palatial Miami home to go
to New York. She meets the gallant
Clark on a night bus and ere lor.g
afelj ens need under his i)iu-
'i it. e w ing A rainstorm halt
v. they spend the days hitch-
the nights in auto-cam,).-.
lies oi thrilling and ro-
mantic adventures they reach Mew
ith tiie prospect ol a wedding
,n i. offing,
Ily, Jameson hom-
es, Roscoe Karns and Ward Bond
ire featured in tin- all-important
supporting roles under the direc-
tion ol Frank Capra.
plenty ol displays oi emotional fire-
works,
Gable, likewl e. has a "meaty"
,l,:'' as 'he musical comedy direc-
tor who a* first considers the push-
In Mis Crawford a.- the I
Pest of i ,., n.
bn ht
mot ...i: B
ci.me-
Ing li
: Ivj 1. ii pn
i nci public telatioi
Rockefellers and other lar e Indus-
trial Interests, have emphatli ,.:
tie is tl

or that he I n an., way c< ru
with Hitlerite propaganda, rumors
he is tiie brail
:." Nezl propai anda, Whil
sub-committee ol ii: I
Nazi Ac-
.i. i ion .
n poi iii that Li nt the
witnesses examined. Later a was
said thai the Rockefellers had de-
manded that Lei either quit his
Nazi job "i' leave the Rockefellers'
employ. As a result oi tins ulti-
matum Lee was understood to have
. Mil a Nazi publicity due,tor.
All of these rumors and counter-
tumors have been denied by Lee's
i.nice. Lee- associate.- also stated
that he has never had am contact,
written or oral, with Nazi groups
and that his only German account
is the German Dye Trusl
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
The appearance together ill a pic-
ure i.i Joan Crawford and Clark
Gable Is an unmistakable si
iri.n entertainment above the or-
run. The p i
auain seen opposite < ach i
Hi,. i which will be the
featun ttraction b mday
i v nue Theatre.
i at an arly date and
to :soo workers eventually
J ws are buildli
1 i at Rama) Can Al-
i the N'i -h.r Cement Works
ing day and night, m:;
I ive increased consider-
le An Arab brick fac-
' a daily capacity .it 90.00(1
be erected m ar Tel-Avh
lectro-plating workshop.
1 mploy from 5 to 10 pel -
hlch will engage In p a
hromium, black in. ke
and copper, will go Into
:. oon in Tel-Aviv A
imi factor; will also be
IIS in lel-A'. r.
the two latter ent'T-
i: as ot the bottle I ic
formatli i and guld-
' tiie Committee's Centra!
Industrial and Agricul-
mation in Tel-Aviv ,
new enterprises recently
li with the Government
companies for producing
ion -picture- and man- From
motion picture theatre; the outdone Itsell In providing Its top-
rusalem Cigarette Factory, Ltd notch stars with a vehicle winch
I ol CP3.000; the Pales- from the viewpoint ol lavlshness
hoi and Carbonic Acid spectacular detail and casting
'"p.ii.-. with capita) ol CP15.000; strength leaves practically nothing
' Penguin Company. Ltd.. which to be desired Miss Crawford,
"ufactures ink. carbon paper In "Dancing Lady" starts out as a
.specialties; the Palestine cheap burlesque choiine and Ulli-
Works, Ltd.: the cotto.ua mately end.- up with her name in
"'"' Company, Ltd.; and an brighl lights on Broadway, has a
I supply and household ar- part which gives her
'' concern, tunny for
Q. Do Protestants in their Sun-
day SChOOls teach that the Jews are
responsible for the crucifixion ol
Jesus?
A. A study oi the official litera-
ture used In ProU tan) Sunday
schools makes it clear that the ten-
di I' ol editors and lesson writer..
Is to regard the eccl leal ruler*
.:! the day and the Human political
authorities as responsible for tin
death ot Jesus, Teachers who em-
materials thus providea are
likely to take that a' it id.
A study o! teacher attitude- mad-.
il the -ame time induv.t. .- that thl
. lbiiity lor the death ol
Jesui Is held by GO'- a.- resting up-
on the Jewish eccle :
ol that day. and by I6'i upon the
Unman government officers In Pal-
estine. Five percent -aid the Roman]
i were responsible and only
I2'i indicated that the Jewish peo-
ple ui ic n sponsible for the death
el Jesus. 'I'll, person.- n p
study found Individual evi-
dence ei prejudice expressing it--.:;
in speaking ol the Jewish raci as
OLD
HEIDELBERG
BEER GARDEN
DINNER
r^n
responsible for the death of Jesut
it would seem a fair answer that
individuals do hold the race re-
sponsible, but a very noticeabli
in mi in the direction ol under-
landing and appreciation ol his-
torical facl i- io be noted. the
rapidly spreading information
cerning the ocia! and pol
condition.- winch existed in I'.
tine at the time ol Ji sus I
sponsible for this m
approai ii to thi ubjei t
Q. An, ji s unitt d i,.,
politically or other* I
A. Jews are no more united po-
litically than they are
a.- a matter oi fact, there I: almost
chaotic division In Jewish reli
life although Jew.- may be broad-
ly grouped
' i. rvative ami reform. So far as
politics are concerned, Jew.- are
divided politically among all the
great parti... and anyone having
any knowledge or experience m
American politics know.- ol
divisions, Just as similar (U..
Obtain am.ui". the :.! her i itlzeiis I
the country, so they obtain amoiu
Ji V,
Q. Why do Catholics have then
own schools Instead ol utilizing tin
public schools?
A. Catholics have their owe
schools because they believe
religion is an essential pan ol
cation, since the public schools ex-
clude religion professedly. Catho-
lics therefore feel that their chil-
dren in the public school would not j
receive a complete education, since
religion should permeate every part
of life. Consequently, they main-
tain their own schools, in addition
to paying the tax.-.- on the public
schools.
City Tax Sale
Is Concluded
Miami's tes for
unpaid i!t:i:i taxes was a.
by J. o. Davis, tax collector, Wed-
nesday, with the bulk ol the 45,000
going to tiie city. Redemp-
tion now will COSI 2*4 per cent per
month or 25 per cent tor the fin I
year, pin- ."> per nut penally and
.A. E. Pullet
ance director, ..aid.
Property owners may make re-
demptions or pay any back taxes or
next year'.- taxi insl .ilm.iit
plan. Mr. : ill be divided in 52
weekly or 12 m. i I
Wl ei | accepts
tiiis new service the : tax
certificates against his property,
which are held by the i Ity, is
estopped. Mr. Fuller explained.
to your FRIENDS
ond RELATIVES
r
I thank all my friends
for their support of me
and have no resentments
of any kind against those
who opposed me.
A. J. ROSE
TORGSIN STORES
carry an extensive line of high
quality suits, dresses, coats,
shoes; cotton, silk and woolen
goods: 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
YOU SEND THEM A TORGSIN
ORDER.
The Dollar buys now more
than ever in the Soviet Union.
For Torjjsin orders visit your
local bank or authorized agent
General Representative in U.S.A
at AMTORG. 261 Fifth Ave.. N.Y.
TO THE VOTERS OF DADE COUNTY:
I want i citizen ppreciatli n
for ti.' did vine that ruesday,
I am very grateful tor this vote and the confidence you have
placed u. 'ue and I pledge to you that i -.vui rive the verj best
me in the citizens ol Dad, c : and m incere wish
i.- that i wi.: meet up to your expectations In i to which
\ou have elected me,
C. L. WHEAT,
Purchasing Agent Dadc County
60c up
I
fe..:JV!.,:.3
May Robson
all indications Metro has
dancing, Blnging and
FOR
THE FINEST
IN DELICATESSEN,
DAIRY AND BAKERY
PRODUCTS
TRY
SCHIFF'S
169 N. W. Mil Street
Corner of 2nd Avenue
:
"A Trial Here Will
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Save
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/ desire to express my heart j el t
gratitude to the members of the
bar, and the citizens of Dade
county generally, for their strong
support at the primary of the fifth
instant.
I shall endeavor to repay this
confidence by hard and earnest
work.
Respectfully.
It. F.ATKINSON.
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Friday. June 8. '
2nd Primary
Is Necessary
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during the
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much towards the creation of
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makes his contribution, i
terei ted Hebrew dai
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lift Jewish cerem .
tradition, some ol win .
form with th
and environment .
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quaint Sabbath
with the
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Evenings 20c
Sunday and Honda;
June 10-11
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CLARK GABLE
"Dancing Lady"
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THIS TRADE-IN OFFER EXPIRES JUNE >6th


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* wjemsti floridlafi 7—No. 23 1 OH IDA'S ONLY JKW1SH W EEKLY MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, n\i: s. 1934 Price Five Cents Jewish News Around The World glrstine Strike Marred By Street Clashes Injuring 52 alem—Clashes between Jevi I A.-, and Jews and police In \ \\\\ and Jerusalem marred an Impri Ive Ironclad nail seven-hour general prostrike On the part ol the cnlirc ewish population as-.am.--i the Pal( G overnment's immigration i rom noon until .seven In not a wheel turned any!. >n Palestine. Factories, stores, market and Jewish Instlwere closed. But lines haltBe All business was suspended %  verywhere the populace downed It and crowded the seore. ol m. meetings. >2 persons injured m %  .: e ol strike demonstrations S': in Tel Aviv. The exacl caui li ... violence in Tel Aviv I i 111 \ % %  I oi dispute. Oni y thai the police, In thenefi disperse the huge crowds from the ma i meetings, a | brutality. An by the police tactics, the crowd i to throw .stones, in the enI many were injured. |>:tI\ i.i %  i Jews Vnconvinced ol New Regime's Friendliness Notwithstanding assurancthe Jews from Vice-Premier | k and General Balodis, war Latvian Jewry is not yet i ed that the New Fascist i Is friendly to the Jewish 1 tion. Publicly the Jewish f are optimistic, but privatepoint to a number of onnnts. All of the Yiddish newsI have been suppressed. Lat| rthold and Helman, editors 1 leading Yiddish organ, "Frihave fled the country in i avoid arrest. | only Jew who appears to me Influence with the new 1 that be is Mordeeal Dubin. der and member of Par; To replace the suppressed I dailies, Dubin ha.started ion ol "Our Voice." Some hen expect that Jewiral autonomy will be wiped bj the government. All meml the J( -.. sh ci imm I b I %  boy< otl againsl < lei man P ive in i r arresti d, %  Ji wish war veterans Uli m. In a radio ad< intry .Vice Pri mier rted thai "we da de• persecute minorities, thus theii livi Our Intenp" Is i" : trengthen the i atvlan \ i ri till nt our • fi in the evenl ol da al all oi our citizen -. re| ol rai i or en ed, will come 'he defense ol the fatherland." Loeal Official Pepper Will Y.M.H.A. Elects Is Nazi Agent? OpposeTrammell Disclosing what had been alleged recently by Congn man Di< and othei te In ony bi fore the resslonal Committei In li %  n conducting the activities ol Nazi agents In the United States showed thai paid pubia had been disseminating Nazi propaganda in this country. Of particular Interest to Ploridlam Is the facl I.at the firm ol Carl Byoir and a •soclates had been In charge ol the publicity work and had employed the noted Anti-Semitic a %  ...ester Viereck in this work. The German ambassador. Dr. Hans Luther, and the German C011eneral in New York City, Dr Otto Kiep. figured prominently in the committee's opening Inve tlgat ion of "un-American" activities in he United states. Dr. Kiep was said to have paid 54.000 to a New York City publicity ind business promotion firm to obtain publicity in this country" ,! anti-Semitic statements, He wai aid. ai.-o. to have contributed, unifficlally and in behall of a thud (300 for publication of B i ierman pamphlet. Dr. Luther was described as the financial backer and sponsor ol that same pamphlet. The $4,000 payment for the distemlnation of •anti-Semitic" statements was brought out durin thi examination of Carl Dickey, partner in the New York firm of Carl Byoir and associates, Dickey said his firm has a contract with the German tourist Information oil ice. receiving Sli.000 a month "giving advice, counsel, and getting together material for travel information." About twice a month, too. he t. '.stiiied. a sheet tilled "German American Economic Bulletin" Is prepared and mailed to a "list ot about 3.000 newspapers and some lew business institutions." gome ol the Information In that, ],i. la prepared m Germany; Is gotten together In the New y.irk Byoir office. Oi that $6,000 nionii. testified, Sl.ooo In salarj and *750 In commissions are beInstrumental In obtaining the contract, Bui ntly thai eithei Making hit in-; state wide campaign Claude Pepper Candida 1 I the United Stales Senate a Park Trammel] incumbent and three other candidates made a remarkable showing to come within three thousand votes oi leading the .Kkei Mr. Pepper and sen. Trammel] are in the run oil prlmarj lie held on June 26th. New Officers i Wednesdi n one ol the mi ]>' % %  •'' I ::. %  ol the Y. M. H. A. when I I the coming term were elected by the Young Men's Hebrew Association. Al. Rosenleld was chosen president, Sol. Rotfort vice pri Al. Grossman recordln Al. Reisman corresponding secretary, c. Sirkin house chairman Nal Kupler chairman ol finance, Billiard Clein publicity chairman, Mi. key Lubel athletic director, Jack Atkms entertainment chairman Sam Shindcl national act chairman. Murry Grossman, Jack Apte and Philip Bcrkowiu w ire hosen members at large on the Board of Governors. Unanimously elected in recognition of meritorious work during the past year %  Nat Blumberg treasurer. Jules Wilson sergeant at arms, and A. B kowltz, membership chairman Hi' rs will be installed a.t formal ceremonies to be held shortly. They will assume their (.tinenext week Pepper challenged the record ot the incumbent in one ol the most Vigorous campaigns in recent year-. alleging inaction in the Senate He Is a forceful orator and one ol Florida's foremost lawyers. He is farm born and came to this state by way of the .steel mills, the University of Alabama and Harvard. In a statement issued just before he left Miami to return for a briel rest to ins home ai Tallahassee, lie said "I -really appreciate the splendid support shown me. and with the aid of an awakened electorate and the continued support oi my friends, I am confident that I will be elected at the June 26th primary." A number of Miami's prominent Jewish attorneys were a, tive m his campaign, Rabbi Is Honor Guest 0 i vii reck felt i •" '"' .leWS. Byoir is the general n ilium: Hi!' Al investigation is being conducted by the Jewish Florldian to to thi ""' '" : ,„ them no editorial comment will h ,. made until -hey havi opportunity t<> express then Emunah Chapter To Celebrate Next Thursday evening Emunan Chapter C). E. S. will enlerlam a a Flag Day celebration immediately preceding the regular meetl the Scott. remple. A program featuring recitations, li menial and nt* I dancing, in all ot which membei children will p. entertalnm< nt %  I a kj w accompanl I an I ill a piai Alperl • %  ceremon i the program are Marjorli in a sole.: and dam i ( le Adelman In vii lin sell .H : piano SOlO, a reading and dam e bj E er, and a piai by Hortem Beckwlth "' cl to attend tie More than a hundred members and friends Of the Miami Jewisll Oilhodox Congregation and Ladas Auxiliary attended the get-t( and reception tendered to Rabbi Julius Washer of the Congregation on the eve of his departure lor a two months' vacation in the NortJ During the evening a program was presented during which Rabbi D I. Rascnbloom of Beth Jacob. Rabbi s. M. Machtei of the Radio gogue .-poke ol the work ol their colleague and the esteem In which he was held. Other add were made by Milton Weinor president of the congregation, Nathan Adelman past president. 11 M Drevich first vice president, Mav Rappaport second vice president. Joseph Greenberg secretarj Mom Kotkin past officer. Max M r; Mrs. Harrj Kotkin p president, Mrs. •' %  dent of Ladies Auxiliary and Mrs. 1 %  • %  > .mi Philip Berkowitz. treasurer, wl '.. piano o ( antors Boris Schlachman and Wroobel sain' sevi lection I he evil. oi the evening was di Vi her, the Mr. .1 I Mr Nathan Abran ; adii % %  Auxill % % %  and H i Ion. They were members ol th irmal program those present enjo; rvlce m the vestry room ol igue. Rabbi Washer will return to Miami abo.it AU| list Is' to resume his (\ui\r-. here. 'Announcements! TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI i Reform U7 K. K. Ninttctnth BlrMl DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN, Kabbl Briel services will be held tonight at 8 p. m. There will be no This will be continued thro:; the summer during the absei Rabbi Kaplan with a Lay men.In t in charge. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox! 154'. B. W. Third Strt JULIUS WASHER. Rabbi Services begin tonight at ti:30 p. m. Saturday morning services begin at 9 a. m. Mlncha services a'. 6:30 p. m. followed by the Maarh service. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox I 111 Washington Avr.. Miami Bcftch DAVID I. ROSENBI.OOM. Rabbi Services be 'in toe: 6 30 p. m Tomorrow morning servici um at i! :io a m. Cantor Schlachman will chant the services. Mint cha services begin at 6:30 p. m. with Maariv following. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Connervative) 139 N. W. Third Arena* MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi Services begin at 6:30 tonight. Saturday morning services begin at 8:30 a. m. Mincha services be 6:30 p. m. followed by the M service. Primary Results Are Decisive In last Tuesday's primary the following were nominated a.Democratic nominees, which is tantomount to election. e H. F. Atkinson, for judge of Circuit court. Judge E C. Colin:for Jud Inal Court of Record. Ben c. Willard, for ]ud| Courl ol Crn:. Dan Chappi II toi 'ate | roup : • : C execute \V. W. WO( e Democratic exi m C L. Whei A. Tun Ion, di.-trie four. II. H. Fil' trie! one. w H Coml chool board. district two. Congressman •' M ceived an overwhelming majority in his : IV nria of nd



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June 8. 1934 THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN Page Five Otthe lovier day evening the Junior .Jewish Women held 'i dinner at the Cara Villa (irecntx rg was chairman L n i ted by Miss Lil: and Miss Gertrude N iHitch-hiking to Heavi n royal road ol Romance! on the A p little neh girl, with a million dollars bin she had to beg for Love! Sparkling comedy! Exciting surprises! Thrilling romai That's the story o! "II Ha] : Junlor Hadai '"' On. Might." the Clark Gable-Calud,.i at a dinner In the ette Colbert co-starrii i laj Hotel last Wednesdaj drama showing Sunday at the ; 8 H. Lutzky was and introduced the aki i A number ol volons were heard during I hapter ol Junior Hada celebrate its thirteenth t. anniversary with a dance : imi Beach Country Cluo I ...:. June 17lh With a ( <>i arrangements in i nsisting ol Bea Silver, j Seligman, Annette WechflVOll 'I'll.Mire. PALESTINE NEWS An iron foundry specializing in name! ware is now being erected v 'in Palestine Foundry and Works, Ltd., in Emek Zebu.11 iHaifa Hay land' on land probj tin' Palestine Economic mizer and man Mr Alexander Kremener. a lorler in the German iron Int P30.000 had been Invested American and EuroErection ol In in' employmi nt ol ... A glass bottle taciiini!transfi rred from Poland, HI Palestlni. 'Me in erected on PICA Rlshon i'Zion, An experiitoi : .:• ij. 11: estabrelAvi\ I mdertakini wil Claudcrle Colbert in Claudette runs away from her father's palatial Miami home to go to New York. She meets the gallant Clark on a night bus and ere lor.g afelj ens need under his i)iu'i IT. e w ing A rainstorm halt v. they spend the days hitchthe nights in auto-cam,).-. lies oi thrilling and romantic adventures they reach Mew %  ith tiie prospect ol a wedding ,n i. %  offing, Ily, Jameson %  homes, Roscoe Karns and Ward Bond ire featured in tinall-important supporting roles under the direction ol Frank Capra. plenty ol displays oi emotional fireworks, Gable, likewl e. has a "meaty" ,l,: '' as 'he musical comedy director who a* first considers the pushIn Mis Crawford a.the I Pest of i ,., n bn ht %  mot %  %  ... i: B ci.meIng li : Ivj 1. ii pn i nci public telatioi Rockefellers and other lar e Industrial Interests, have emphatli ,.: tie is tl %  or that he I n an., way c< ru with Hitlerite propaganda, rumors he is tiie brail :." Nezl propai anda, Whil sub-committee ol ii: I Nazi Ac.i. i ion n poi iii that Li nt the witnesses examined. Later a was said thai the Rockefellers had demanded that Lei either quit his Nazi job "i' leave the Rockefellers' employ. As a result oi tins ultimatum Lee was understood to have Mil a Nazi publicity due,tor. All of these rumors and countertumors have been denied by Lee's i.nice. Leeassociate.also stated that he has never had am contact, written or oral, with Nazi groups and that his only German account is the German Dye Trusl QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS The appearance together ill a picure I.I Joan Crawford and Clark Gable Is an unmistakable si iri.n entertainment above the or• run. The p i auain seen opposite < ach i Hi,. i which will be the featun ttraction b mday i %  v nue Theatre. % %  i at an arly date and to :soo workers eventually %  J ws are buildli 1 i at Rama) Can Ali the N'I -h.r Cement Works ing day and night, m:; I ive increased considerle An Arab brick fac' % %  a daily capacity .it 90.00(1 be erected m ar Tel-Avh lectro-plating workshop. 1 mploy from 5 to 10 pel hlch will engage In p a hromium, black in. ke and copper, will go Into :. oon in Tel-Aviv A imi factor; will also be IIS in lel-A'. r. %  • the two latter ent'Ti: as ot the bottle I ic %  formatli i and guld•' %  tiie Committee's Centra! Industrial and Agriculmation in Tel-Aviv new enterprises recently li with the Government %  companies for producing ion -pictureand manFrom motion picture theatre; the outdone Itsell In providing Its toprusalem Cigarette Factory, Ltd notch stars with a vehicle winch I ol CP3.000; the Palesfrom the viewpoint ol lavlshness hoi and Carbonic Acid spectacular detail and casting '"p.ii.-. with capita) ol CP15.000; strength leaves practically nothing Penguin Company. Ltd.. which to be desired Miss Crawford, "ufactures ink. carbon paper In "Dancing Lady" starts out as a .specialties; the Palestine cheap burlesque choiine and UlliWorks, Ltd.: the cotto.ua mately end.up with her name in •"'"' Company, Ltd.; and an brighl lights on Broadway, has a I supply and household arpart which gives her ''• concern, tunny for Q. Do Protestants in their Sunday SChOOls teach that the Jews are responsible for the crucifixion ol Jesus? A. A study oi the official literature used In ProU tan) Sunday schools makes it clear that the tendi I' %  ol editors and lesson writer.. Is to regard the eccl leal ruler* .:! the day and the Human political authorities as responsible for tin death ot Jesus, Teachers who emmaterials thus providea are likely to take that a' it id. A study o! teacher attitudemad-. il the -ame time induv.t. .that thl lbiiity lor the death ol Jesui Is held by GO'a.resting upon the Jewish eccle : ol that day. and by I6'i upon the Unman government officers In Palestine. Five percent -aid the Roman] i were responsible and only I2'i indicated that the Jewish people ui ic n sponsible for the death el Jesus. 'I'll, person.n p study found Individual evidence ei prejudice expressing it--.:; in speaking ol the Jewish raci as OLD HEIDELBERG BEER GARDEN DINNER r^n responsible for the death of Jesut it would seem a fair answer that individuals do hold the race responsible, but a very noticeabli in mi in the direction ol underlanding and appreciation ol historical facl iio be noted. the rapidly spreading information cerning the ocia! and pol condition.winch existed in I'. tine at the time ol Ji sus I sponsible for this m approai ii to thi ubjei t Q. An, ji s unitt d i,., politically or other* I A. Jews are no more united politically than they are A.a matter oi fact, there I: almost chaotic division In Jewish reli life although Jew.may be broadly grouped i. rvative ami reform. So far as politics are concerned, Jew.are divided politically among all the great parti... and anyone having any knowledge or experience m American politics know.ol divisions, Just as similar (U.. Obtain am.ui". the :.! her i itlzeiis I the country, so they obtain amoiu Ji V, Q. Why do Catholics have then own schools Instead ol utilizing tin public schools? A. Catholics have their owe schools because they believe religion is an essential pan ol cation, since the public schools exclude religion professedly. Catholics therefore feel that their children in the public school would not j receive a complete education, since religion should permeate every part of life. Consequently, they maintain their own schools, in addition to paying the tax.-.on the public schools. City Tax Sale Is Concluded Miami's tes for unpaid i!t:i:i taxes was • a. by J. o. Davis, tax collector, Wednesday, with the bulk ol the 45,000 going to tiie city. Redemption now will COSI 2*4 per cent per month or 25 per cent tor the fin I year, pin."> per nut penally and .A. E. Pullet ance director, ..aid. Property owners may make redemptions or pay any back taxes or next year'.taxi insl .ilm.iit plan. Mr. :


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Page hour THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Flic!.,.. • 1931 %  i&ahia >nujog SUtllrtiit Edited l>y RABBI S. M. MACHTEI America SUNDAY MORNINGS U'lOD, MIAMI. ILORIDA V rv +No. 25 + SUNDAY JUNK 3. 1934 "Strikes*' Scripture Reading:, Dent., Chapter XXIV, Verses 11 and 15. T] :• w week.has reported news rthern i -. I :.• ;.• .: ill; papers 1 hovrii %  ::. ... nters, I was Uttl r la< .-: %  :.: A %  .'.:.. %  nor with noi l> .: • .:• ni of econon r.fluence of commui Ur< .%  ::.-.: .;.. t rucr if the pi • • I o :; ,:• Let us look ises that pi : : %  : .... : .; %  .: trs. betti ier. Whei ire noi .::. a %  : : ... liver the ord( their : •' %  penditure o: -' %  : •' ••• %  : % %  work. II their deble •:.:. %  .< ill work don> mP'oy of la bo: they o:':er Becau.se a ba: .ced or. thus particular -hop I the new employee:are called .it:and •p and intercede with the that they %  .-. %  from :: %  -...shi p When quiet pleas fa:: and force Is used to dot, .: trik< break. iften necessitating thai the shop own • the police or the state militia to intervene to prevent the destruction oi his property. In all this we have overlooked one essential feature. The employer usually has a reserve fund and can weather the storm. The stri no funds or very limited funds, and. before lone, when that is ex!., the families and dependents of t!.are in dire need. In such desperation, the strike-breaker, who produces for the employer and thus prolongs the period of privation for the former workmen, becon.' the eyes of the striker, a man who is robbing him of his bread and butter From that frame of mind to the actual commission of atrocitu an vandalism, sabotage and violence, is but a short step. Added to this condition, and aggravating it. we have the propot,,: I : miss, .:ded labor leaders who harangue the desperav .tie of the employers who desire to starve the strike: submission. Our sympathies naturally go out to the "under-dog'. Ahe is the producer of his employe) wealth he entitled to a share of it in the form of a decent living wage, and In the guise of better working conditions. Under the Mosaic Law. the hired man had ma:.H'..never looked down, upon by his employer. I:. :• | conscientious in his work. Labor, physical work, was not considered degrading One of the contributing cause..:. strikes Is the envj of the employee for the status of his employer. He feels himself in a lower For that condition society is to blame. The rabbis of old preacher; they practised: for many of them were common day-laborers Thi vided the day equally between prayer, study, and W< I though they were, they knew how to respect the Industry the humblest workman. I am a child of God.'" said one of them, "and my neighbor isHI .... i I Mj rk I in the field : rl i •.-.:. %  work, and he rises i to his He boasts not of his work: I •: : ::..:.• And. if thou .-ayes: that I do great things, and he things. I a.-k Have we not learnt that it matti comphsh much or little, if c: heart upon Heaven?" Another of the laborer. It is told of Abba ho. though a rabb: was a builder's laborer. While at w day o:. .-. affold ..• n ".vho wou>: a theological ti: The Rabbi refu I am a day-: and cannot leave :.. %  hat you would.—and go." Lafc ere ur.kr.' •he empic%  i ild noi the hired t had beer, completed, the hired-man could : %  not pn mpt to detain others froi '•' %  %  o do th:: r with % % %  during ma: York City, and in other mining and enters the emi yers emenv •, ,; H earn II bj I the reatsurunlty, ur industrial i the endei • %  %  liati : %  pi maintenance ol order, I %  par, justly m the adjudli Beth Dii %  %  : %  :: Lai n n : : %  > 4 lTZJ2SZIZS?SZriIZRSiI2RIiSttjl!SiRS2Stt^^ For Fresh LINEN SUITS PROPERLY LAUNDERED As Always— "Bundles of Satisfaction" Biltmore Laundry Phone 3-368? Dade Abstract Title Com pain "The Oldest and Mo Title Plant in Dade C GRAY GRIFFITH. Mgr, 37 N. E. First Stl Phone 2 + Sea Foods lectrkily IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERVANT.. Use it! STOP AT A CAPT. 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Page 8U THE JEWISH KLOR1DIAN Friday. June 8. 2nd Primary Is Necessary THE MODERN HEBREW DANCE i ontinued Froin Maj Kue Pine. I S %  lit the 1 t or t his ol %  : .. I:. the : : %  I I< UN 1 SOC1 \I EXDE IVOR I KGED \I IN II i:-l UTH B R E A K t \ I ;. Co. ? .. t] : :-: of \v : ire the C :.: I : %  %  en I : : •. .. :-: ; Lur.e. I the 1 Jewish Social Voi k I : .:...! ..DC r '.:.:. : w for th lewis] :. n the d: Dr. v." rth M. thei i : : %  E — :.... %  i ft] of J h :.. %  I '.'.' henbe Rebbi I : I '. ... : Paul Hut : thi Christian C I :-:...l P Ps %  %  i (Classified \NM\OH ..:.' %  Shut i : t you; 54t! I r 91 -" (, \i: \(.i ROLLINS A BOGGS ieneral M '..:.:. E I %  N '. Si %  !441 GRO< I RS SHELL'S 1235 S. W. nth St. MII.I.HOKK Mill' Spin Dooi LEE NOVELTY WORKS 221 N W '.. .-' 2-7469 PI WO TUNING Hehr. Phone 2183 IN .'.' REAL ESTATI \\ i ii xi:i:i — Real I state Sen It e 749 InjTaham Bld| l %  [-1191 ROOl ING '" ROOFINl \ -HI I METAL WORKS WINDOW SHADES MIAMI WISDOM -MADE CO. "For Shad 17* •' %  I St. phoi DIORA LAPSOS f it on it th I! %  a l f oi it ha during the Dispi raion. The that religious oci dances K ..: d •: %  • : an li ni :. ol a %  %  %  ;n to ... ex i more the I : %  f I • the H ra •: roughout l rhis H dancii .bell wit] %  : ipon n : %  mi Hor; all. %  llVll .:. Jew has revived the Hebrew >, guage and literature and has Z much towards the creation of Jewish art. And here the dance makes his contribution, i terei ted Hebrew dai h and ferl lift Jewish cerem tradition, some ol win form with th and environment •ion lor a quaint Sabbath with the %  mil into the home h :. excellent them.I dance The lifi with his boundli Ism, ha Uiemes foi dances The Cha quire.', cautiousness or. artlsl n musi with deep and %  cature. Phone 2-6551 + \dult< 2t I • .I'lrm lc 11 > Offi.t Evenings 20c Sunday and Honda; June 10-11 JOAN" CRAWFORD CLARK GABLE "Dancing Lady" GOING FAST! A STANDARD MAKE 3 Burner ELEGTRIC RANGE ALLOWANCE FOR YOUR OLD STOVE Regardless of Make or Condition M IV Or only 55.30 a month for 18 months. Your old sto is your down payment. Standard make four burner ranges at new low price; with a *25.oo allowance for your old stove conver ient terms and no down payment. This special offer makes it easy for you to start enjoying electric cookery today. Use the liberal allowance >or your old stove as a down payment and pay the balance in 18 small monthly payments. No cash required, nese bargains are being offered through us or at yoi. •avonte electric dealer. THIS TRADE-IN OFFER EXPIRES JUNE >6th



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,!„„• 1934 THE JEWISH FLOKIMAN Page Three THK JEWISH ILOKID I A N ,.| BLI8IIKI) EVKRY FRIDAY h> the .mi-n FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. JK p. u. BM l7l M i. 1M1 i, I loridii Phone 2-1183 HUTORIAL OFFICES: ,.., w. |Slh Avenue Phone 2-1183 I LOUIS SIIOCIIET, Editor rREPK. BHOCHBT, Cirrulntion Managtr CANTOR HORIS SCHLACHMAN, Field Representative ,.,,n,l claai matter July 4. oal Office 'it Miiimi, Florida, "„,.,',. .,.. vet of March :i. 1878. WEST PALM BEACH SAMUEL SCHUTZEH Representative ST. PETERSBURG MBS. MAE BENJAMIN. Representative ORLANDO SYLVIA BERMAN Representative TAMPA. FLA.: MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative -i BSCRIPTION %  ii Month* ... ... fi.no "if Yrar ( 2.00 FRIDAY, JINK H 1!).'!4 Vol. 7—No. 2:t .1 Palestine Research Institute though it i unjustifiable for an American citizen to Indulge In such an activity, A lawyei compelled to defend crimina Is, however, never torcei cute victim MI I,,, ,,,,., „ ,,, him ell and to Mr. Rockefeller, with whom his name has been com • for so many years, to maki a statement aboul his connectioi Naziland, our cannol repi Nazi business in this country without becoming Involved In the violent political maelstrom n around the Nazi activities in the United States. Mn Krou e, dau [hter oi Mrs. j. Gordon and the late Mr, J. Gordon, ,i : mpan, She received her education al the local schools here and al the Florida .state College for Women and I a member ol Delta Pin Epsllon sorority, Mr. Krouse is the son ol Mi M:. S, Krouse, ol Natchez, Ml %  : in business In thai city. THE GLOM €H4 it takes a promoter to unload a bud thine on lo a "good thing." Ignorance Is supposed to be bliss, bm it Isn't even good counterfeit. The Palestine Riots It Is symbolic of the plact thai !' tine has begun to occupy in Jewish life that Prof. Richard Willstaetter, German Jewish scientist and winner of the Nobel Prize, de; the formal opening address dedication of the Daniel Sieff rch Institute in the colony ol Rehoboth, It would be harmful both to Palestine and to the individuals involved to create the Im•n that Palestine can or .should absorb all the distinguished men ol science who have been forced from Germany, n Is inevitable. however, that Palestine should be Ingly recognized as a land where the Jewish mind can create without restriction or fear. Before pression wealthy Jews have huge endowments to various universities, including largely German schools, for the furtherance of (lintHit activities. If such gifts mi to be made, the benefachould keep Palestine in mind. It i one country where the credit for Jewish achievements can go only to Jews. The Jewish balance sheet can afford to have .such assets. The reports from Tel Avit aboul the riots in connection with the general strike called as a protest against the Government tor its policy oi restricting Jewish immigration to Palestine are conflicting. The Clashes between the pat.Kiel's and the police in Tel Avi\ are described by various observers in various ways. One observer speaks aboul a united Jewry ol Palestine protesting against the Government and participating in this regrettble Incident. Another newspaperman labels the clashes as riots between Revisionists and Labor members. Another still plan-the responsibility oi the fight between police and civil population on the shoulders of the communists. Whatevei the truth may be. nobody can deny that ihe.-e dashes are most unfortunate. They are due to the Irresponsible leadership oi a .-mall group of Zionists who insists on copying central European methods in their political activities. The communists are surely not interested in the Zionist demandtoi more immigration, The Jewish Labor Federation has always been opposed lo physical violence. This only the Revisionists who have a peculiar exhibitionist tendency to demonstrate Jewish virility or "two flstedness." as Jabotlnsky calls it. by behaving like rowdies The Zionist Executive should officially di.sown such tactics and dissociate itself from such maneuvres The best way lo deal with the Palestine Administration is to negotiate estine Administration is to negotiate, not to intimidate We should have learned this lesson Mr. s. Rosenfarb has announced the engagement and approaching marriage ol in.daughter, Miss Pauline Ro enfarb, to Larry Bandell, ol Tampa cm ol Mr and Mi Harry Bandell, ol Miami The marriage will be solemnized ] Sunday, June 10th, al the home ol the bride's lather. MiSS Rosenfarb is a graduate of Hillsborough High School. Her lialice. who was born in Jacksonville, was graduated from the Semlnole High School in Sanlord and al tended school in New York tor a year before entering the University of Florida. It lakes a woman to do properly without knowing how, You seldom meet a married man who thinks he knows it all A pessimist is a man who know.a lot aboul himself and but little about his neighbors. A cynic is perhaps a man who pretends to be tired of the wond bui m reality he la a man of whom the world is tired. Press A gentry Humors will not die that Ivy Lee. America's mast famous press agent. moster mind of the pro-Nazi anda in the United Suites. lrom the Congressional %  'tee lo investigate Nazi prola, which meets behind closed ire being circulated to the that the Ivy Lee matter has up before it. Mr. Lee. hownot available. One of his asin a statement to a rei quoted as saying that Ivy nothing whatever to do the Nazi propaganda, yet this OIL ite admits thai Ivy Lee nts several ol the largest inI concerns ol Germany In intry, In view <>t the present Ol American public opinion : deed conceivable thai Ivy : • in order to treat a heai %  for his clit nt I comto ovi rsti p the boundaries commercial publicity. II conc< ivable thai Mr, I %  lias been applied to method: to counteract the antlitl in this country and to propaganda which would the good name'' oi Naziland ..it tins is conceival Tampa, Florida Notes Rabbi and Mrs David Zielonka and the Rabbis mother. Mrs Martin Zielonka, left last week to spend the summer In Cincinnati and El Paso. A large crowd attended the dance given by the Merry Fellows dub al the Tampa Yacht and Country duo last week, this is the dubs last affair oi this season Guests who arrived for the wed,: MISS Florence Argintar and Dr. F. LebOS last Sunday were the Misses Mildred and Florence I ,„. Harry Cohen, ail ol Atlanta. <-,, Mr. and Mis. L. M. Goldstein. and Mr <" VI .n.ar. Ol Wesl Palm Beach, and Mr OS. \ wr „i Miami. Fla., and others, M l Renee Oord n ai I we re ma.net! Tuesd n aan Impn „ the home ol the bridi i I: j. oordon, Rabbi D. Zielonka ,, tn.i. ,\ reception wa held after the ceremony to wind, close friends ol the couple were invited. Miss Florence Argintar and Dr. F, Lebos were married Sunday afi ternoon at %  > o'clock at the home Ol the brideparents, Mr. and Mrs M. Argintar. Rabbi Adolph Burger performed the ceremony m the presence of a gathering ol relatives and friends Preceding the ceremony. Miss Ruth Salsbury sang "Because'' and I Love You Truly'' accompanied by MiSS Sylvia Stoun. and the wedding march was played by Mr. Myer Stoun, violinist, accompanied by Miss Stoun. The bride was attended by hei sister, Miss Raye Argintar. a.s maid of honor. Another sister. Mrs. M. Coolik, of Newnan, Oa., served as matron of honor. Miss Mildred Lebos, sister of the bridegroom served as bridesmaid Dr. Harry Cohen, of Atlanta. Ga.. attended Dr. Lebos as best man and Dr. S. Bergman was groomsman The bride was given in marriage by her lather. Immediately after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Argintar entertained members of the wedding party and out of town guests at a buffet supper. MiSS Argintar is a native of Tampa and has lived here most of her life, she attended the schools here and attended the Florida State College for Women where she became a member of the Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. Dr. Lebos, a native of Vero Beach, is a graduate of the Atlanta Southern Dental college and practiced for five years in Vero Beach before coming to Tampa a year ago. He is a member of the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity. .lews Unaffected by Fascist Overturn in I'.uk.iru Sofia—Bulgarian Jewry has not been affected in any way by the Fascist coup de'etal winch established an authoritarian government here. Although the leaders of the new regime are for the most part anti-Semitic army officers, Jewish spokesmen hen do nol expect any discrimination against the Jewish population while King Bon-, long friendly to the Jews, retains his throne. A delegation representing the soiia kehillah .ailed on the new premier to assure him ol the pain and support ol the community. The suppression of Parliament has cost Chaim Prahy, en i ol the Bulgarian Zionist" ition, his deputy's seat. The Jewish community, however, is pleased with the official ban ; on the Bulgarian Nazi party. iv> Lee Linked to Nail Propaganda The average man'.sen.se of humor refuses to work when the joke Is on him. Only a disinterested third party is able to realize that there are two sides to a story. Alas! that restless feeling Over me Is ever teallng I long to drop my burdens and depart. For I am tired of carrying My load and sick of tariyii The wanderlust is eating out my heart. Our fathers were nomadic. The disease i.s not sporadic, And wanderlust tempts all of us to roam; The open road i.s luring me, There is no hope of curing me, But I'm afraid I'll have to stay at home For though I am so eager. My fortune is quite meager Right here my happiness I'll have to glean; For though the distance calls me And its charm forever thralLs me. Alas! to travel takes some hue! Many a man who humbly speaks ol hi.own insignificance gets mad it oilier people refer to it. An item from Budapest tells of a woman who has never had a wink of sleep since 1911. Heavens! Do the neighbors never stop playing "The Blue Danube" there, either? Thi' Man with the Strap—My son. The new 200-inch telescope will your mother tells me that you have enable us to see parts of the unibeen beating up the neighbor's verse 1.000.000,000 light years dischildren again. tant. It i.s a cheering thought that The Son—Yes. father, but I have away out there somewhere we may disavowed the act and consider the a t least see something we can Incident dosed. understand. Mrs. Doubleyew—Isn't that a beautiful gown Fragile Frances is wearing in this reel? Mrs. Exe—Lovely! I only wish I could get on the other side of the screen to see how it hangs in the back. As Father's Day seems not to have gripped the popular fancy, perhaps we should substitute Father's Night, and let the old boy go. Long years I struggle and desire. And on the day when I "arrive, I find somehow the fates conspire To make me feel I'd rather strive An officer of a western association of wardens says that Nature will attend to our outlaws. Sure. the next ice age will cover them up. Electrically charged fences are being given a test on western cattle ranges. It's got so a Congressman can't straddle anything in safety. The Shoe Clerk—What seems to be wrong with these shoes? Mrs. Fussbody—Everything. They're all wrong. I've worn them a whole day and they haven't hurt me the least bit. West Palm Beach Notes Mr. and Mrs. H. Gold of West Palm Beach and Pahokee left Wednesday for a month's vacation. insistence. Mrs. Jack Sneider vice president took over the chair and is the new president. Mrs. H. Greenblatt was elected to fill the vacancy of vice president. Returning from college to spend the summer with their parents are Harry Goodmark. George Greenberg and Adeline Goldstein. Mr. Philip May was taken to the local hospital Sunday suffering with a .-udden hemmorage of a \<: \ serious nature making a blood transfusion necessary. Latest hospital reports say that Mr. Mays' condition is very much improved. B'nai B'rith will be at Dubois ^^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ Fishing Park al Jupiter Sunday. ^^ thnugb ^ summer num ., J '""' 17 1 :.''. n : i, y '" U a ".:'! 1 ..!': ", P 'l." b > %  'wo local congregations Beth Israel. Reform and Beth El. conservative. Services begin at 8:18 nic. An invitation is extended the entire Jewish Community attend. to to Mr. Sam A. Goldstein president ol 'he local B'nai B'rith lodge is leaving for a three week-' business and pleasure trip to the Carolines and other Northern points. i rhood oi Beth El held an Important meeting Tui iday evening at the home of Mrs. L. Da on El Vedado Road Mrs. Fannie Ryder tendered her resignation which was accepted at Mr-. Ryder's p. 111. RADIO SYNAGOG Rabbi s. M. Machtei, to due.tor ol thI preach over radio station \\".> nine o'clock on Sunday mornil %  M\ Dad." The program will be dedicated to Fathers Day. In lion to the sermon there will be prayers, music scrip iding, and a quest ion box. IV tiria of nd


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