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The Jewish Floridian ( June 15, 1934 )

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I fcJewisti Tlcridiari _1 I.ORID.VS ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY Vol. N 24 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY' TONE IS, 193 !i::i Jewish News Around The World Junior Hadassah Is "Bat Mitzva" "Though we may still be young In wisdom, we are plantini good wmk.. so deeply thai thi rool may be spread far Into the soil and Provide a firm foundatioi '"' :hes thai musl .,: „, then reach oul farther and 1 And whal are the good work Junior Hadassah? its threi projects; Meier Shfeyah, the Nurses" Training School and Panic. Anne." A "M.u Mitevah" The above may be considered par! ol the Bal Mitzvah peech ol Junior Hadassah, whose thirteenth birthday Is being celebrated by II lo.ono members through I and by its proteges in Palestim Starting in 1921 with a program ol relii 1 for war orphans In the devastated Holy Land, this young group gradually evolved a construi live policy aside from its subsidiary capacity a.s the elementary organizNegotiations between aIion f the women's divl I i roup and the Rockethe Zionist Organization. Price Five Cents Two 1 rth stores in Ger[orced to close last week demonstrations made m on the ground that rth stores In the United ti boycotting German goods Ion which the company Woolworth storei picketed. The Soviet government has apques Z. Suritz. a Jew, to Oermany. The apild to be acceptable to thi German government, A 1 Kplained that Germany against foreign Jews. and thi lans say there Is no Jewish q ti tion in the Soviet Union. Rockefeller Breaks Off Deal With Germans for Ituclio City lull for the leasing of a unit in Rockefeller • been broken off by 1 kefeller, Jr.. becau.se ol 1 ; the Hitler regime ir which the Germans • expected to be taken 1.111 interests and the buildn. will be known as the : Building. Within tour years n undi i to nuance a home and school for under-privileged children This pr iect. < Ihildn n's Vil)I Meier Shfeyah, lakes subjects from wretched home surroundings and transports them to an atmosphere where their physical and mental health are carefully nurtured, and lit I hem foi pioneer work. in 1929, confronted with the problem 01 finding remunerative employment for graduates who averaged fifteen years ol age, the group ton, I). C—A program established Pardess Anna as a SOhenlng the moral and i lutlon. There the adolescents spend •MIS of the nation will two additional years working m a red at a conference ol the colony planned to meet their own Committee for church need.-. Thus their preparation to. and Wi n Recovery which is beIan independent life Is completed it the Hotel Mayflower as I V Vith the growth of membership pn is, and which is ata nd financial strength, Junior HaProtestant, Catholic and dassah was able. In 1927, to assume irch leaders from thrufull responsibility for the budget ol Ion. The conference will ,)„. Nurses' Training School In li.ulci ol Three Faiths Will Meet In Washington To Plan < hurt h and Welfare Recovery cooperative educational stewardship in the inall religious, phllanJerusalem, thus releasing the Senior funds for additional medicil work. Contributions to the Palei arity, cultural and char,„„;,,, Education Department folIng agencies." The main [ 0w ed, when that organization was the educational prom s traits. They amounted to MO.h to educate the public ono An( j during the last six years i stewardship and to |80.000 have gone from this ameneral atmosphere of n it that will make it cl ting church and welations to secure from r giving constituency er gifts both from me and from capital." nee will furthermore bilious group's coffers to those ol the Jewish National Fund. With such a record, the entrance Into adult life marked In Jewish annals by the thirteenth birthdas calls for some extraordinary gesture. And Junior Hadassah provides it. this time with a contribudeepening of spiritual | tion to the German refugee problem. Plans are being completed tor the establishment ol a home and school at Pardess Amu,, where children ol Immigrants will be given, to addition to regular schooling, training tor agricultural careers In 1 'a lest u II' To all this band oi militant wellNazi Disclosure Involves Miami The furore created throughout the entire country by the disclosur' made during the Congresi tonal Investigation! Into Nazi-activities In the United stales had Its reper''" slons locally. Florida and particularly the Jewish population of .South Florida were astounded at i; ri relations that Carl Byolr, loneral manager of the Henry Doherty interest.including the Miami Biltmore Hotel, and the Ronej Plaza Hotel, was thi official Hitler publicity agent in the United states. Recalling the fact that it was carl Byoir who let down the bars agalnsi Jews in the Roney Plaza Hotel, and that Mr. Byoir was the son of pious Jewish parents born iii Poland many wondered at the attitude Mr. Doherty would take in the matt.. A telegram to Mr. Doherty's New York office "Congressional committee disclosure.show Carl Byoir connected with pernicious Hitler Nazi propaganda in United States; in faim to many Jewish patrons your local Interests please advisi your attitude In this matter and you propose to do." brought no reply. Further investigation showed that Mr. Doherty was a patient In a Philadelphia hospital suffering from arthritis, (which perhaps accounted for the lack of a reply, and also elicited the Infoi inaiioii confirming the fact that Mr. Byoir was a Jew. Testimony before the Congressional Committee which last week as voted a further $20,000 to continue its Investigation showed thai Mr. Byoir and his associates at 10 Fast 71) st. New York City was the center of Hitler propoganda in the United States and was receiving Six thousand dollars per month, par: of which was paid to Sylvestei Vlereck as commission for obtaining the account. Viereck is well known as a Hitler representative in this Country. Carl Dickey of the Byolr firm denied any Anti-Semitic feelings though admitting that part of their work was the forwarding Of publicity to seveia thousand American papers praising the Hitler regime and minimi/ Ing its Anti-Semitic outrages. First to publish the fact that Hitler's publicity agent in the United States was a Jew was the leading Yiddish daily The Jewish Morning Journal and Duly News published in New York. "Editorial comment is being withheld by the Jewish Floridian until a reasonable time has elapsed to permit Mr. Doherty to declare his stand." lengthening of moral on winch any enduring % %  must be founded." rence Is a result ol a iformal conferences ol tare Ol church and wel. who asked the Goldname a n Ruli Foundation to Protestant, Catholic and workers are due congratulations on ** men and women who might, their birthday, and more signiflntributive and cooperative cantly. on the manner In wnicn y* pose a program of acthey have Justified their existence the so far. It Is to be hoped that In the words of Felix M Warburg "this thirteen-year-old child. Junior Hah. will bloom to full strength." Locally. Junior Hadassah will o'oserve Its anniversary with a dance a) the Miami Beach Country Club on Thursday evening. June 21st. RADIO 8YNAOOG "n thai may help to meet "nation. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder and director of the Radio Synagog. will preach over radio station WIOD at nine o'clock on Sunday morning on •My Dad." The program will be Pepper Begins Final Campaign Tallahassee (Special) Claude Pepper, whose 75.000 voles in the first primary made him a neck and neck runner-up to the veteran Park Trammel] for the United states Senate nomination, began the set ond phase of his campaign Tuesday night at Pensacola. His itinerary tor the twelve speaking days following Is admittedly the most Intensive ever undertaken by a candidate for a stale-wide office in the history of the State. It calls for approximately seventy speech.:. averaging about six a day. including full days spent in the UUgei cities. In opening his campaign Incident to the second primary between Sen ator Trammel! and himself, Mr. Pepper issued the following state ment: "I wish I could shake hands with and personally thank every person in the State who made our splendid vote possible on June 5th. From the bottom of my heart I am grateful. The things we stand for are lignt. They are worth flghtin They are ill accord with the sentiment Oi the people. The New Deal has been the inspiration of a newquality of public service. The people have learned not only that they need better conditions but that they can have better conditions through their Government, "Florida is growing greater every hour. We can build her beyond th< wildest dream with the proper help irom the Federal Government. "A senator must represent all ol the people; musl represent all sections. He must put service evei above self. He must be In tune with the times and not only know tin needs of the people but be m genuine sympathy with them. "It is this ideal of service which the people have approved and which I shall personally carry to almost every county in the State before June 26th. I sincerely a-sk the wholehearted .help ol every citizen." As the second campaign opened, newspapers were preponderantly ol the opinion that Pepper would secure a vast majority of the more than 50.000 votes winch want to the three eliminated candidates, clue A. Mitchell of Vero Beach who secured nearly 30.000; Jimmie Sikes of St. Petersburg, more than 14.000 and Hortense K. Wells of Tampa, in excess of 8.000. Since Trammell's lead over Pepper was only about 1900. the conclusion of commentators was that Pepper would lead Trammel] by 15.000 or more votes June 26th. According to unofficial tabulations. Pepper carried forty ol the sixty-seven counties of the State, including Bscambla, Monroe. Duval and Hendry. in widely different sections. Trammell's score was twenty-four. Sikes carried one and Mitchell two. The total vote was in excess ol 205.000. dedicated to Father's Day. In addition to the sermon there will be prayers, music, scripture reading, and a question box. Announcements! 1 j TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 1ST N. E. Nineteenth Street DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN, Rabbi Brief services will be held tonight at 8 p. m. There will be i. • rmi This will be continued throughout the summer during the absei Rabbi Kaplan with a Lay member in charge. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) 1S45 S. W. Third Street JULIUS WASHER. Rabbi Services begin tonight at 6:30 p. m. Saturday morning services be! gin at 9 a. m. Mincha services at 6:30 p. m. followed by the Maarlv service. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) 111 Waahlngton AT*.. Miami Beach DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM. Rabbi Services begin tonight at 6:30 p. m. Tomorrow morning servicet begin at 8:30 a. m. Cantor Schlachman will chant the .services Mincha services begin at 6:30 p. m. with Maariv following. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Conservative) IS9 N. W. Third Avenaa MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi Services begin at 6:30 tonight. Saturday morning services begin at 8:30 a. m. Mincha services begin at 6:30 p. m. followed by the Maariv service. Ya M. H. A. Plans Active Season Plans for future activities of the organization were discussed at the meeting of the Young Men's Hebrew Association Wednesday night. The new officers ol the organisation headed by Al Rosenfeld president and Sol Rot fort vice president assumed their duties alter a brief talk by the retiring president Mr. Murry Grossman. A resolution directing the presentation of a gilt to the retiring president in recognition of his services to the organization was unanimously adopted. Reports of committees wen r< ceived. A prominent speaker will address the organization next Wednesday evening. Plans for a formal dance or dinner to welcome the recently elected officers of the organization will be announced at an early date. IV aria of n.i "V



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Pi^ THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday. j, me 5 SOCIETY [ M till Miami B • • %  ..... : %  MlMrs 1 in Los ; : M f: M : %  H : : %  : %  -. %  %  :%  : :._..-' %  : -'. %  • : : : %  Mi 17W • %  % %  : •. I : Mi :. : : I A *. ... Max Shapiro C E i -.. %  •....' pend : '-' %  %  North He Mi R Beck. 1 I : -•'-' % %  :. %  :':. %  %  • ':.;. :.' .. Carry genuine leather v_jlau.st< >ne I );i^s to I Idle of I c weed-finished matei .SECOND FLOOR Burdine's An : W men M '' • %  •: %  : %  I l I .. • % %  Mi Loder. M ;.; H Ml '•'•' • '.'. Ml :: Am Mi N Mi 5. H. 1 M I : Ens %  I re J R Ml '. I M 0.1 %  M : %  'Sol H t. roth ti Iti : : and mi %  •ere prewere ii b Othei Di ...-.(1 Mn B> Mn aac GoldIrving Oalan\ P • : as chair:, %  :: glV%  %  :, Pal % %  i ortnight. ib which h %  •.: Bel • club, the Mi : %  : : Mrs v. %  Mrs I Ros%  : H MR RO %  .; Mr %  : lui %  '. .'. ill ol Mi... with %  '. %  were boats to a group of | They were assisted by their H.. ter. Miss Cecile Wail, who : returned from Ooucher Coll Maryland, and Bernard Wall ent were Rabbi and MrJtcob Kaplan. Mr. and Mrs Lom, Sr> man. Mr. and Mrs I, .... „ Mr and Mn M. Rubin Mr. a .' r Mrs Gordon Davis :.: Mr. and Mrs. Norman J ;.• Mr. and Mrs. Maurice ooldbaMr. and MR-. LOUI. and Mrs. Charles Mai and Mrs Bert Earn.-.Mr, ai H. I Homa, Mr. and M Weintraub, Mr. and M R Mr. and Mr>. M. PlanMis A. Wertheim K '•'•' : W % % %  06 M;.. %  %  co City next wee k to i summer in thi Univi -.; CO. + TIVOLI -+ i •h"wi r. IS and 9 <*1 P. M. St. Petersburg Notes i 20c till :30—Evening 25< Matinees Baturdaj and Sundji c ontinnoni I to n I Sunday-Monday, June 17-ik JEAN HARLOH I.EE 1 It \( \ II II :. I It I 1 n Bnal 1 Si S : bbi A %  ion Bnai IM eld a picnic I "Bombshell" :: ire a Mn %  v %  : %  %  : Mr %  : %  ; Dept. Stori nd i i %  % %  B le Gi :: : the •' ; i : : %  Mill : : lit I Ml Mrs Jai ib Mi RE-ELEC1 S. P. ROBINEAU To The FLORIDA STATE LEGISLATURE "Three Good Terms Detent Another" •Paid Political Advi %  %  •' %  reni : • : High school Mi Ida Wi ; ,.. .. I t the Jui -| %  :. W mi :. • e* %  %  Lilllai .'. MODERN BUSINESS DEMANDS THAT YOUR TRAINING SHOULD BE OF THE VERY BEST.... %  i and ib tantial be .. v. Whj .: will help you to get and hold a pubUclt) Mi Sylvia wil P< • Ml Sylvia Mill : ::. Ml •' : : Irs. 1 Complimentn. kle and Leo ci indaj Mi Mrs Sol Rottori entertained with a bridal dinner Friday nlghi at ""' p : in Airways terIMMVHM \l ATTENTION TO EACH BTUDEN1 SOUTHERN BROTHERS MIAMI BUSINESS UNIVERSITY, INC. rop Pioori phone 2-3220 8PECIA1 EVENING CLASSES MONDAY WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY, ti to 9 O'CLOCK AM graduates being placed in good positions.



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L da y, June 15, 1934 THE JEWISH FI.OKIDIAN Page Three HE JEWISH 7LOKIDIAN IM BUSHED EVERY FRIDAY b> the American societies, everything which has been done agalnsl the Woolworth stores In Bonn and Breslau, make the situation more strained than u Anti-Semitism alone were involved. The Internal p. (i. Boi 2'j:n biami. Florida i ill I i mi x XX I ah AM-IIUC Phone 2-1183 OFFICES: Phone 2-1183 WISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. • Ilu| external policies ol Germany becomes so Involved that U remind us more oi the Drelfui affali when Jews finally were victorious Hum oi the lands ol Anti-Semitism in I ern or middle Europe, Translated reprlnl from Jewish Morning Journal and Dally News, June 7th, I. LOUIS SIIOCIIET. Editor {I H K. BHOCHET, CirmUtion Manager %  %  HI; BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Field Representative econd CIHIM matter July 4. %  hi Pol i Iffice in Miami, Florida, vt of March :i. 1878. WEST PALM BEACH SAMUEL SCHUTZEB Representative ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN, Representative ORLANDO SYLVIA BERMAN Representative TAMPA. FLA.: MRS M. H. KISLER Representative SI iisi RIPTION Honlhi X rar $1.0* 12.00 FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1984 Vol. 7—No. 24 ,ord Sackville and )r. Luther B iol advice to an Engllshau. who had become a citizen oi ted states, in vote for the tic candidate, President nd tendered passport to ird Sackville-Wesl the Ambassa%  this country from Great and sent him home. Amoral thai time not as Inland did not possess the In• s l ) "'' t "' In world politics that it nevertheless the then til "1 the United states did ot hesitate to request the deparWithin the Quota The Ellis Island Committee, appointed by her la il June, has reported to Miss Prances Perkins Secretary ol Labor, on Its study ol the problems n li to the admission and treatment ol aliens. The committee, composed ol tortyeighl prominent citizens, Including clergymen, educators and business and profe >ional men and women, Is very firm in its support ol the immigration laws as they exls B in referring to the present situation in Germany, ll declan United States ha a moral obligation" to admit a maximum number Ol lit i. [ee i i'i! share ol llnin. foi i nab group can be taki n care oi within the present quota and without amendment to the law, By doing .so. we can meel thenneed. uphold our own traditions and lulnii the moral obligation thai rests upon us." It now rests with the United st.iCon tils in Germany, upon instruction from Mil Pi to .stimulate the emigration Ol Jew from Germany by carrying oul the the committee's recommendation n should be pointed out that Germany's quota for American Immigrants is 25557. In 1933 only 1519 people came from Germany under the quota. It I ni the representative oi a er. If such limited propadent, therefore, thai the United advl i .me who asked &tates '•'" '"' a naven '" B ve,y he should vote for, merited ii punishment, it Is certain thai thi < .1 rman AmbassaWashington not be tn lth more courtesy it n is a %  hat he expended thousands ai to spread in America, iong Germans who became an citizens, more dam i us propaganda He has as little Justification for his .ni Lord Sackville when he countryman to vote foi ind. then administration al Lonin cini noi protest and immedlateanother ambassador, bei oncerned a matter regardboth civilized English OUntries were in %  other country ma ed HI ai iiy. and u may %  i o with more with a land such as Geri under Hitler, though li litest reason 10 substantial number ol Hltlerlsm, ol the xictlills Fat hers and Sons one ol the most encoui signs on the shadow] Ji /on Is the emergem e ol the sons i I del .i leadi i of Israi in their own right. it has often bi en i k d %  ha \ real sons Although it I too SOOn tO acclaim the soi ii wish leaderas greal men ii it cannot be denied tl on < i number ol mo ari steadily i to the fon in Jewish lift N .Straus. Jr., Lord Melchetl and uel Lamport, leaders In Zionism are ., | en whose nami wril large in Zionist history. Tin sonOl Paul and Pellx Wi the forefront ol Jewish communal activity. Roger W. Strau .; Straus: Arthur H n ton ilzberger. son of CyrusJ and i e in Rosenwald, Julius Rosenwald, are others who are carrying on where their latherleft oil. Father's Daj Li an appropriate occasion to take noti the heritage ol one generation oi Jewish leaders ha nol been u matlectedby the next generation which i. doing honor tO the names u his usi fulness In Wash' an end and n would %  able for him to leave for his land would be effective, n nol immediate!} bring relic nervousness and blind m oi hah crazed onebeWest Palm Beach Notes Work of completing the new edifice oi Beth El Synagogue will b. concluded tinweek with the plastering and painting ol the recently tructed building. THE GUOM CHAtER :!-' Mr. Hany Leibvoitt left to visit relatives and friends in Key West and win return to the citj tomorrow, Cantor Louis Hayman ol Beth David Congregation was a to this city last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Moss and daughter Rosalyn will leave Sunday to visit Chicago. E:H route thej will see relatives and friends al Durham, N. c A rich wife Isn't like!-, to a with a dj spi ptic hu band. Indiscreet charity Is better than chronic penuriou m Many a man has noble aim bul it is the hit thai count, Even if all that glitten lots oi people ire atisfied with it A prosecutor is quoted as saying that receiving a box of cigar with a S50 bill is "no crime' I can't be. Crime doesn't pay. Hikes the gas '< II ificat ion here :i one "Drive In and let uIfy your car.'' A man knew just what he do in case ol an emei enc; o lone as the emergency falls to .show up A prehistoric land monster, ed at night by natives in some oi the down river towns, didn't turn out to be so small and good natureo BS that. It was an interstate bus. The man who can tell yen just how a thing ought to be done seldom bu Beth EI Congregation and 81 hood held a joint meeting Wednesday night at which important mat %  the Congregation were disCUSI I'd. Some writer has said 11 ers are seldom witty. Perhaps this | may be due to the fact that brevit; is the -oul .1 xx-it. Finnish a scholar %  ol the most difficult ill languages to learn. However, the Finns can make signs that an lly understood -for example the one that mi ... nmiy. hen your dough." A benefit bridge for Beth Israel hood was held la.st Sunda. evening al the home ol Mrs, Jack Bara.sh. Several tables of bridge were played and dellciou refn ments were served. In capsule form, the n recent events In Arabia would !>• about ai follows I. came i. Saud i conquered, A card party sponsored by Beth K\ Sisterhood will be held Sunday evening June 17th in the home ol Mr and Mrs. Jack Sneider on Laki avenue with Mrs. Sneider as the Prizes will be awarded foi high scores and refreshments xxii: be served. Although a Cincinnati crtii thai ino.-i ol the old hymn.are among the "sacred cows of the church." our favorite tune lor the tit is, "There Shall be Si. of Blessing." The entire Jewish community i invited to the Bnai Brilh picni. Sunday June 17th at Boynton Beach, In charge ol arrangi i are Messrs, Dave Feldman, Martin Dubin and Charles Wax. A very enjoyable 'mie is promised all. One meets constantly with disappointments, We heard that the Bureau ol Printing and I is turning oul million.ol new money, only to learn thai to pax for it. report from Tegucigalpa ol .. threatened banana famine .-mind. suspiciously like an attempt to revive a song which was annoj popular about six year.. Following an Illness ol davs. Philip Maxone oi this city's prominent grocers died here lasl Friday following complications resulting from an operation. Thi era! waheld last Sunday from the Ferguson Undertaking P where services were held by i>: Cai \ Herman. A eulogy was pronounced in Yiddish by T. Jacob ol : Workmen's Circle ol winch Mi May had been an active work.a The local Bnal Brith Lodge ol which the deceased was a member was in charge ol thi services. Interment was in the Jewish Si oi the Woodlawn cemetery and .in held then b; Dr. Herman Many Jewish am friend ol the dei tended to paj their respects E i Mi Maj are his wide' two children Ira and Herbert. New York'.administration nov, proposes to give music li unemployed young i his Includes saxophone lessons M.i Guardla's popularity max bi ously Impaired before I hi i %  election. Aii %  ; II tor removed from a baby tooth which is believi d been there five 01 six years. See .'.our mother, with the wash rag, at least twice a week. "I do not wistful girls," She said. "Who moan and wilt. I like red blooded, cheerful folk! I felt a conscious guilt, Fearing her words were meant for me, And murmured meekly. "So? Well, probably you're right at that; But still. God made the crow. And sometimes when beset by Ills— X could make quite a list— I'll tell you frankly: I should like To kill the optimist!'" Members of the French parliament are "contemplating a reduction ol their own .salaries." You know how it is with legislative bodies. They like to contemplate. And a little contemplate r does them any harm. A drama: I er complain.ol bor la has in casting his plays. Did i try opening a window and Jusl casting them out? QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS Phones Widely Used In Palestine Jerusalem More call are made i in.:i mplated, it max bi certain that nol many I ven many months woul t belore "an ambassador who represent" would nol re. our i ,ipit:ii city II ks winch an enraged ,„.,• telephone In Palestine than In "b made upon a Woolworth store )ny ot 1K-Icountry in the world acr < el, West Prussia, jusl ai the nin | UI! .,, government statistics tpressed by the Nazis in Bermaf )e public here In Jerusalem %  because ol the defeat ot the sinthere are 3H calls made daily oxer German American Victor Reiteach phone In the city, which Hi the leadership Ol (lei man establishes a xvorld record Utemeyer Named 2nd Asslstanl Secretary <>f Labor Washington, D C Arthur J Altmeyer, former secretary ol thi ... Stl 'e Industrial I Ion, has in en appointed second assistant Secretary ol I al oi bj President Roosevelt. When the NRA wacreated. Altmeyer was drafted for a place in that organization then he has held tWO other important Washington positions. For a time he was deputy conn: sloner oi the united state I ployees' Compensation Bureau charged with administering the ) :. .shoremen's Compensation Act I liter he was named director ol the labor division of the compliance section of the NRA. The new assistant to Secretary ol Labor Peril Are Jewclaim: A The histoi a exp : lei %  lias made them coli.-c: I that the destiny ol all %  Ited. Whili It Is trui. and quite naturally, that l" the same religious bark ; ,. would ten to roup %  no that tin.instinctive Jewish consciousness ol unitj Hum within, imet bj tile pi. m without. In the alii %  scums determii atioi band together, but also i titude ol Christians towards Jews and the pressure put upon t! Christians. A common historic experience ol nearly 3000 year.cannot be wiped out m a day. Q. Is Internationalism a tenet ol Protestant Christianity'.' A. If one means by Internal I ism the conviction that the I family Is one. that it Is essential to apply In international relationtl. same ideals a.obtain m personal relationship, and that the Church ol God is an Institution which knows no national lines because orkins is a national authority on labor statistics and workmen's compensation problemda::. li


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rtdty, June is. !"!" THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN SOCIETY U event of last Sunday was the i ,,.,. oi Miss Lena Weinkle, Ijughter ol M'' and Mrs Louis Celnkle, to Lee Arthur Chalkln, son L Mr and Mrs. Dave Chaikin. for(nerly ol Bo on. The marriage was Liemnlzed al Beth David synagogue ,,.,,: I Max Shapiro officiatng. ading to the altar was (I with white cloth, and the family were designated rtilti atin ribbon. Palms ,'c along the aisle entrance to the altar, was enhanced on either Idi I en-branched candelabras, and kil basket ol gladioli. The en. pj With its sprays of : 'i,, valley, white roses and rmed an effective setting for ;, oi the bridal party A trio played the prenuptial mui it aum," and "'I Love : .: %  followed by a rendil ,\i Dawning," by Mrs. Sadie wedding march from announced the enr i of the bridal procession and "Wedding March" r 11:.' recessional. bride wore .i bias cut tight [ tin gOWn with an ( train, she carried I iii ol Kilarney roses li.d lilies ol the valley. :. Mack and Mi l bridesmaids, wore tea Chiffon dresses. Mi.ss I ioldenblank, maid ol ,i turquoise sheer chlfwl neckline Mrs 11\ b.j Galantj ol Atlanta, matron ol I gowned in turt e ch ll n The bridal group I of Joanna Hill i Dr. Bernard S. I Huston. Groomsmen Weinkle, Al Pallot and I Wi instein. Ushers were I .i Loul Heiman. Ralph I aid Dr. S. Beekman. The bridegroom's mother was I mart tea rase model* 1 mother was attired in 1 laei Both wore corsages of lilies of the valley. Inunei after the ceremony, for 70. including the party and out-ofve given al the Coral | try club. At the recep0 guests were present Mi Chaikin then lefl motor i iitor Jacksonville, and ton and New York on 'up As we go to press Beth David is j holding its election of officers for the coming year. Las. week new directors elected were: Al Quadow, Nat Zalka, Louis Levins, Jack Pal> lott. A. Rubin and Wm. Friedman From these together with the holdover directors consisting of Stanley C. Myers, Harry Markovltz, M. J. Koplowitz. Louis Weinkle and Leo Aekerman. the new officers will be chosen. Plans tor the high holidays and other important matten will be discussed. Page Five dtthe [ovier "Bombshell." winch wm open •Sunday al the Tivoll Theatre, is the firsl picture in which Jean Harlow and I.ee Tracy have been 11 red by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Tin picture is based on a play by Caro line Prancke and Mack Crane and Aa. adapted to the screen by Jule Furthman and John Lee Mahin. \ Lola Bruns, an exotic and sensational film Mar. the pliiliiiiimblonde Miss Harlow Is reported to have one ot the most effective and Walter Connolly in "It Happened One Night"— A Columbia Picture Also featured in the cast an Waller Connolly. Jameson Thomas and Roscoe Kama. Prank Capra, who recently made "Lady For A Day: directed from a screen play by Robert Riskin, which was based on the Samuel Hopkins Adams novelette which ran in the Cosmopolitan magazine. entertaining characterizations ol her meteoric talkie career, a role described as being even more striking than her respective performances in "Red Dust." "Hold Your Man" and "Dinner al Eeigltt." I.ee Tracy, one of the most dynamic personalities m pictures plays opposite MLss Harlow as her bombastic publicity director who Is responsible tor many oi the difficulties m which sin 1 finds herself with the studio executives, her family, her fan public and hei many admirer! URGES CHURCHES TO AH) GERMAN REFUGEES New York. Asserting that fifteen percent of the (io.ooo refugees from Germany are non-Jews, the Rev. William H. Foulkes, Chairman it Hie American Executive Committee i,t the Central Bureau lor Rl liel ot Evangelical churches of Europe today declared that tin tacl should Influence widespread contributions by church members to the funds being raised lor German refugees, Declaring that "there rests upon the church people of America a moral responsibility to bear upon their hearts the suffering ot these men. women and children." the committee urges Christians to cooperate with the various local committees ot the United Jewish Appeal. It is stated that the United Jewish Appeal will receive funds sub-cubed by Christian.-, to be used to relieve the refugees, whose needthus tar have been met only by funds iroin Jewish agencies, ACTOR8 GUILDS OK :; FAITHS PLAN COOPERATIVE ACTION Clark Gable and Claudette 0 i berl are co-starred for the firsl time In the Columbia production "H Happened One Night." which is scheduled to open Sunday at the .Seventh Avenue Theatre. New York—The Catholic, Episcopalian and Jewish Actors' Guilds have agreed upon a program of cooperative action in regard to charitable enterprises. A round table conference ol representatives of the three guilds will be held every fortnight to discuss common problems and extend mutual aid wherever JOHN B. ORR, Inc. BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 147 N. E. Sixth Street, Miami. Fla. (raftsmen in STUCCO PLASTER (IT STONE SCULPTURE INTERIOR DECORATING ORIGINAL QUARRIES OF FLORIDA KEY STONE Service Beyond The Contract philanthropic undertaking is expected to be a monster benefit showin the Fall. necessary. The first joint public and Canada to handle Torgsin business. Arrangements are being made with many other organizations. TORGSIN ANNOUNCES NEW SERVICES According to a statement bv I. I. Gordeef. recently appointed General Representative of Torgsin in this country, Torgsin Ls now entering a number ol new fields of endeavor. For instance, it now makes arrangements for vacations at well known Soviet resorts for recipients oi Torgsin orders, such accommodations have been provided in several of the famous health resorts in the Caucasus and Crimea. Including Kislovodsk. Zhelesnovodsk. Essentukl, Sochi, etc. 'the cost of a lull months vacation including meals, sleeping quarters and medical attention, ranges from $65.00 to $80.00. Mr. Gordeefl also pointed out that recipients of Torgsin orders can now purchase cows, goats, horses or live poultry through the Torgsin stores. This branch ol service is expected to be ol great importance to the rural resident who has facilities lor taking care ol live UX Especially low prices have been set For instance, a good cow may be purchased for approximately S'HMO. a horse tor about $55.00 and a chicken lor 75 cents. Through a chain of approximately 1.700 department stores located m every important center in the U. S. S. R.. a resident who receives Torgsin orders from relatives abroad is enabled to obtain all sorts ol merchandise from a toothbrush to an automobile, at exceptionally low prices, The foreign currency ol gold obtained through the sales in Torgsin -tore, amounts to many millions of dollars a year and is an important aid to the Government in meeting its obligations abroad and in the development of the industrial promam of the Soviet Union. Connections are already established with many Banks, Express Companies, Steamship Lines and Radio or Cable Companies in the U. S. A GROSSMAN'S HOTEL New Jersey Avenue, near Beach ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. Offering Fine Accommodations al Moderate Terms The Foremast Hotel in Atlantic city Catering to Jewish Clientele Dietary Laws Courteous Service Sea Water in All Bathrooms ALWAYS OPEN i Josef Grossman's Sons SEND YOl'R LAINDRY TO THE HOMK SERVICE Laundry ROV II. TltRNKR. Prop. 1225 S. W. Clh SI. I'hone 2-S54 WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER Vote For JOHN J. LINDSEY Candidate for STATE LEGISLATIVE Group Two i Paid Political Adv.i I Camp Wohelo For Qirls An Ideal Vacation Spot For Your Daughter Rertha Rerkouiteh Levy Owner and Director Mrs. J. N. Morris 1761 S. W. 15th St. MIAMI REPRESENTATIVE For information Phone 2-1581 to your FRIENDS and RELATIVES TORGSIN STORES carry an extensive line of high quality suits, dresses, coats, shoes; cotton, silk and woolen good*: 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 Torgsin order* visit your local bank or authorised agent General Representative in U.S.A at AMTORG. 261 Fifth Av„ N.Y. 151 St 2= St OLDL HEIDELBERG BEER GARDEN DINNER 60c up + FOR THE FINEST IN DELICATESSEN, DAIRY AND BAKERY PRODUCTS TRY SCHIFF'S 169 N. W. 5th Street Corner of 2nd Avenue j"A Trial Here Will Save You Money" : l_ n nria of nd %  + %



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Page Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN I Friday. j une 15 Tampa, Florida Notes Mr. and Mrs. Halizer have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter LUyan to Mr Louis Schonbrun the home oi the bride Sunday. June 17th. Rabbi Adolph Burgi Rodoph Sholom. will oiiiA note : •: %  • will be added to tli' HI serve 1 Silvi I 1 %  :;,.::.J anmii bride-elect's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Schoen. the lor::• %  :.' Pi rlman, and %  • returned I theii .. ::. %  .:. I'. '. %  %  parent Mr. and Mrs H n Fred Perlman and her have leit lor mnd New York %  :.:: Alvin Sandier ha* returned ci( ftei visit % %  Ith her :::O Poller. Tallahassee—'Special'— Poinf.nL' out that "the taxpayers are those who balance the budget; not public officials." J. M. Lee. State Comptroller today issued an appeal urging all to a little greater effort to attain the goal which this year appears possible for the first til ral years. Comptroller Lee's 'Appi I Florida" follow-: "June 30th marks the end i State'.Fiscal Year; the tin-.' we are expected to pay all b:. enter into a new year without %  •The pect of doing • in many \ .1 we shou it will be by such a small mat that we will all regret thai not put forth just a littli rt to make the uoal. "The Taxpe; %  ho balar. • budget; not public officials. They accomplish this bj taxes legally them and in this respect the pei : Florida %  i wh li lw i d n "Thousands of people I per.~onal ssu ril • ; ay t es. Thousands arc tryniM to find means with which to pa; he top and clear the books before June 30th. Students complctir.c ti.' for teachers at the UniverOl Tampa were awarded L. I. -.-..:.. them for state were Miss Helen Aronovitz. daughter of Mr. and Mrs H. Aronovitz. and Miss i '-enberg. daughter of Mr. and Mrs M G. Rosenberg. Sol Jacob.-. Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs Sol Jacobs, will be graduated lrom Wharton school of finance of %  i Ivania June 20th. with an outstanding scholastic record. Mrs. Sol Jacobl .-.:.. .:. ( ... .:and Cl< iduation. •July 4th. on which we celebrate the independence of our Country follows closely the close oi t cal year: therefore. I appi a every Flondian to arise go forth with the hq : %  % %  :::.::. U I ir forel obligation to SI rder I vi rn. indepei ei i %  '%  ? no .AN JOSE CONFERENCE OF JEWS. CHRISTIANS IS FORMED Classified :.:. I : : '-: n William K.: % %  turned lo their home afti graduation of Paul Klrstein, from thi ".":.• irida. Mr. Kirstein was an honor student at the Dr. and Mrs. Fred L< i. ter Miss Florence Areintar. have returned to Tampa alter a visit Atlanta. Ga.. and for the present will reside with the bride's parents. Solomon Margolis, TO. died in a hos; It '. Inesday. Puni i .ce.s were held at the Greenman Company home with Rabbi Adolph Burger officiating. Burial was in Rodoph Sholom cemetery. He is survived by two Ben Margolis Mornol Miami, four dau Mr j Wiseman Mrs B. Bern%  • •:. Mr II S. Tanner of Tampa, and Mrs. Ben Green berg, of Orlando IN FAIRNESS I am anxious for the Jewish people of Miami to know that I am NOT the Mas Goldstein whose name is typed to lettertogether with that of Abe Goldman, in support of a certain candidate for County Solicitor From the very beginning I have felt that BOB TAYLOR is i BEST FITTED for this Office, I and I have supported him and | will continue to do so. I urue most strongly thai al of my friends VOTE FOR ;BOB TAYLOR for COUNTY SOLICITOR 1 i signed E. MAX GOLDSTEIN Seybold Bldg. i > Political Ad. Paid for by E. M. Goldstein' THE I.KI.A.\I)I>I)\\ IS HOTEL ATLANTIC CITY'S NEWEST AND FINEST JEWISH HOTEL Massachusetts Avenue and Beach— Opposite Helm Pier DIETARY LAWS — EXCELLENT FOOD — MODERATE RAM < heerful Rooms and Baths sun Deck J. GLASER. J. APPLEBAUM Managl Davl Hotel) Ml SI( — BANTING — ENTERTAINMENT + HERSH GARLTON HOTEL CHELSEA AVENUE AND BEACH Atlantic City, V J. OWNERSHIP MANAGEMENT Our Spring Rates have been reasonably reduced, while si ill maintaining our Hieh Standard of Food and Service Rooms overlooking the Ocean and Boardwalk. Tel-phone 4-2578 HITLERISM DENOI N< ED \l i IBOH < %  ITHERING Hllti : .:. tin Ca : %  hnl I Hi .. i : the c! •:. %  meeting : rrj S Da %  introd nt of the Detroit 1 the J' op. u: thi ecretary ol the I cal A San Jos.. Conference ol Jews and Christians is result of a held which wa :x hundr. %  i itj which was the lyi iin which er-faith I in this pan ol the leading a sponii Di Jamei C, De: %  ikers were ild. president <>: Patl il the Rabl %  %  %  AWNINGS FOR SHUTTER AWN;,,,, I Duple* Shutter Co. Prlci I %  •.mates free. Lo, ,., „,„.,. I home from storm.-. ii.,x \ w ., St. Phone Edgewater 'Ms; GARAGI ROLLINS A BOGG8 Specializing In Gi Repairs. Whet 1 A Lining, i 146 N.W. 5th St. Pho:. I GRO< !ER8 Adams Grocery li:; s. w. 6lh Street GROCERIES AND MEATS FRESH VEGETABLES 1iER1 DAV SHELLS 12.15 S. W. Mli >t. MII.I.VYOKK MrMorris coolik. of Ni Ga has. returned to her home ai'.i r attending tin wedding of he ter Florence Argintar. a bride cl last week. I I i L GIFT CENTER Mumis Busies! i Amentds largest RED CROSS DRUG DEPARTMENT STORE r SIE.FIdglrrl GREATER VALUES Mill work, Screen v. Spindle Dooi < LEE NOVELTY WORKS !21 N. W. 21th St. Phone 2-;| PIANO TI NINCi PIANOS TUNED and repairedll llehr. Phone 21837. tory work. 1759 N. \\ ls| si REAL ESI \I I W. L. HARRIS Real Estate s.rviie "49 Ingraham Hide. Phone 2-ll"l ROOFINd ROBBINS ROOFING \ SHOT] METAL WORKS Respi nsiblc Roofi i -r.ee 19'.S Inspect ions and E .: ..lies Frf 222 N W. 26th St. Phone 2-31 I OPEN ALL YEAR + 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 u;u up by lab,,,0 f his hands and the stren<>th of bis outstanding abiht\. He hasm ver cringed nor faltered when duty called, hi has me every responsibility oi Ui e with the determine Kesolute courage oi strong manhood. ,,,:||> HIM WIN. YOU Will. NEVER REGRET IT. d 'Political Advettli •'"-"""' PW fo. m a mend ,„ claude Popp ,. rsl


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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 15, 1934

Subjects

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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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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Jewish Floridian of South County
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Jewish Floridian of Tampa
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fcJewisti Tlcridiari
_1 I.ORID.VS ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
Vol. N 24
miami. Florida, friday' tone is, 193
!i::i
Jewish News
Around The
World
Junior Hadassah
Is "Bat Mitzva"
"Though we may still be young
In wisdom, we are plantini
good wmk.. so deeply thai thi rool
may be spread far Into the soil and
Provide a firm foundatioi
'"'.....:hes thai musl .,: ,
then reach oul farther and 1
And whal are the good work
Junior Hadassah? its threi
projects; Meier Shfeyah, the Nurs-
es" Training School and Panic.
Anne."
A "M.u Mitevah"
The above may be considered
par! ol the Bal Mitzvah peech ol
Junior Hadassah, whose thirteenth
birthday Is being celebrated by II
lo.ono members through I
and by its proteges in Palestim
Starting in 1921 with a program ol
relii 1 for war orphans In the de-
vastated Holy Land, this young
group gradually evolved a construi
live policy aside from its subsidiary
capacity a.s the elementary organiz-
Negotiations between aIion f the women's divl I i
roup and the Rocke- the Zionist Organization.
Price Five Cents
Two 1 rth stores in Ger-
[orced to close last week
demonstrations made
m on the ground that
rth stores In the United
- ti boycotting German goods
Ion which the company
Woolworth storei
picketed.
The Soviet government has ap-
ques Z. Suritz. a Jew,
to Oermany. The ap-
ild to be acceptable
to thi German government, a
1 Kplained that Germany
against foreign Jews.
and thi lans say there Is no
Jewish q ti tion in the Soviet Union.
Rockefeller Breaks Off Deal With
Germans for Ituclio City lull
for the leasing of a ,
unit in Rockefeller
been broken off by
1 kefeller, Jr.. becau.se ol
1 ; the Hitler regime
ir which the Germans
expected to be taken
. 1.111 interests and the
buildn. will be known as the
: Building.
Within tour years n undi i
to nuance a home and school for
under-privileged children This pr
iect. < Ihildn n's Vil-
)I Meier Shfeyah, lakes sub-
jects from wretched home sur-
roundings and transports them to
an atmosphere where their physi-
cal and mental health are carefully
nurtured, and lit I hem foi
pioneer work.
in 1929, confronted with the prob-
lem 01 finding remunerative em-
ployment for graduates who aver-
aged fifteen years ol age, the group
ton, I). CA program established Pardess Anna as a SO-
henlng the moral and i lutlon. There the adolescents spend
mis of the nation will two additional years working m a
red at a conference ol the colony planned to meet their own
Committee for church need.-. Thus their preparation to.
and Wi n Recovery which is be- Ian independent life Is completed
it the Hotel Mayflower as I VVith the growth of membership
pn is, and which is at- and financial strength, Junior Ha-
Protestant, Catholic and dassah was able. In 1927, to assume
irch leaders from thru- full responsibility for the budget ol
Ion. The conference will ,). Nurses' Training School In
li.ulci ol Three Faiths Will
Meet In Washington To Plan
< hurt h and Welfare Recovery
cooperative educational
stewardship in the in-
all religious, phllan-
Jerusalem, thus releasing the Sen-
ior funds for additional medicil
work. Contributions to the Palei
arity, cultural and char- ,;,,, Education Department fol-
Ing agencies." The main [0wed, when that organization was
the educational pro- m straits. They amounted to MO.-
h to educate the public ono An(j during the last six years
i stewardship and to |80.000 have gone from this am-
eneral atmosphere of
n it that will make it
cl ting church and wel-

ations to secure from
r giving constituency
er gifts both from
me and from capital."
nee will furthermore
bilious group's coffers to those ol
the Jewish National Fund.
With such a record, the entrance
Into adult life marked In Jewish
annals by the thirteenth birthdas
calls for some extraordinary ges-
ture. And Junior Hadassah pro-
vides it. this time with a contribu-
deepening of spiritual | tion to the German refugee prob-
lem. Plans are being completed tor
the establishment ol a home and
school at Pardess Amu,, where chil-
dren ol Immigrants will be given,
to addition to regular schooling,
training tor agricultural careers In
1 'a lest u II'
To all this band oi militant well-
Nazi Disclosure
Involves Miami
The furore created throughout
the entire country by the disclosur-
' made during the Congresi tonal
Investigation! Into Nazi-activities
In the United stales had Its reper-
''" slons locally. Florida and par-
ticularly the Jewish population of
.South Florida were astounded at
i; ri relations that Carl Byolr, lo-
neral manager of the Henry
Doherty interest.- including the Mi-
ami Biltmore Hotel, and the Ronej
Plaza Hotel, was thi official Hitler
publicity agent in the United states.
Recalling the fact that it was carl
Byoir who let down the bars agalnsi
Jews in the Roney Plaza Hotel, and
that Mr. Byoir was the son of pious
Jewish parents born iii Poland
many wondered at the attitude Mr.
Doherty would take in the matt..
A telegram to Mr. Doherty's New
York office "Congressional commit-
tee disclosure.- show Carl Byoir con-
nected with pernicious Hitler Nazi
propaganda in United States; in
faim to many Jewish patrons
your local Interests please advisi
your attitude In this matter and
you propose to do." brought
no reply. Further investigation
showed that Mr. Doherty was a
patient In a Philadelphia hospital
suffering from arthritis, (which per-
haps accounted for the lack of a
reply, and also elicited the Infoi
inaiioii confirming the fact that Mr.
Byoir was a Jew.
Testimony before the Congres-
sional Committee which last week
as voted a further $20,000 to con-
tinue its Investigation showed thai
Mr. Byoir and his associates at 10
Fast 71) st. New York City was the
center of Hitler propoganda in the
United States and was receiving Six
thousand dollars per month, par:
of which was paid to Sylvestei
Vlereck as commission for obtain-
ing the account. Viereck is well
known as a Hitler representative in
this Country. Carl Dickey of the
Byolr firm denied any Anti-Semi-
tic feelings though admitting that
part of their work was the for-
warding Of publicity to seveia
thousand American papers prais-
ing the Hitler regime and minimi/
Ing its Anti-Semitic outrages.
First to publish the fact that Hit-
ler's publicity agent in the United
States was a Jew was the leading
Yiddish daily The Jewish Morning
Journal and Duly News published
in New York.
"Editorial comment is being with-
held by the Jewish Floridian until
a reasonable time has elapsed to
permit Mr. Doherty to declare his
stand."
lengthening of moral
on winch any enduring
' must be founded."
rence Is a result ol a
iformal conferences ol
tare
Ol church and wel-
. who asked the Gold-
name a
n Ruli Foundation to
Protestant, Catholic and workers are due congratulations on
** men and women who might, their birthday, and more signifl-
ntributive and cooperative cantly. on the manner In wnicn
y* pose a program of ac- they have Justified their existence
the so far. It Is to be hoped that In the
words of Felix M Warburg "this
thirteen-year-old child. Junior Ha-
h. will bloom to full strength."
Locally. Junior Hadassah will o'o-
serve Its anniversary with a dance
a) the Miami Beach Country Club
on Thursday evening. June 21st.
RADIO 8YNAOOG
"n thai may help to meet
"nation.
Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder and
director of the Radio Synagog. will
preach over radio station WIOD at
nine o'clock on Sunday morning on
My Dad." The program will be
Pepper Begins
Final Campaign
Tallahassee (Special) Claude
Pepper, whose 75.000 voles in the
first primary made him a neck and
neck runner-up to the veteran Park
Trammel] for the United states
Senate nomination, began the set
ond phase of his campaign Tuesday
night at Pensacola.
His itinerary tor the twelve speak-
ing days following Is admittedly the
most Intensive ever undertaken by
a candidate for a stale-wide office
in the history of the State. It calls
for approximately seventy speech.:.
averaging about six a day. includ-
ing full days spent in the UUgei
cities.
In opening his campaign Incident
to the second primary between Sen
ator Trammel! and himself, Mr.
Pepper issued the following state
ment:
"I wish I could shake hands with
and personally thank every person
in the State who made our splen-
did vote possible on June 5th. From
the bottom of my heart I am grate-
ful. The things we stand for are
lignt. They are worth flghtin
They are ill accord with the senti-
ment Oi the people. The New Deal
has been the inspiration of a new-
quality of public service. The peo-
ple have learned not only that they
need better conditions but that they
can have better conditions through
their Government,
"Florida is growing greater every
hour. We can build her beyond th<
wildest dream with the proper help
irom the Federal Government.
"A senator must represent all ol
the people; musl represent all sec-
tions. He must put service evei
above self. He must be In tune with
the times and not only know tin
needs of the people but be m gen-
uine sympathy with them.
"It is this ideal of service which
the people have approved and which
I shall personally carry to almost
every county in the State before
June 26th. I sincerely a-sk the whole-
hearted .help ol every citizen."
As the second campaign opened,
newspapers were preponderantly ol
the opinion that Pepper would se-
cure a vast majority of the more
than 50.000 votes winch want to the
three eliminated candidates, clue
A. Mitchell of Vero Beach who se-
cured nearly 30.000; Jimmie Sikes
of St. Petersburg, more than 14.000
and Hortense K. Wells of Tampa,
in excess of 8.000.
Since Trammell's lead over Pep-
per was only about 1900. the con-
clusion of commentators was that
Pepper would lead Trammel] by
15.000 or more votes June 26th.
According to unofficial tabula-
tions. Pepper carried forty ol the
sixty-seven counties of the State,
including Bscambla, Monroe. Duval
and Hendry. in widely different
sections. Trammell's score was
twenty-four. Sikes carried one and
Mitchell two.
The total vote was in excess ol
205.000.
dedicated to Father's Day. In addi-
tion to the sermon there will be
prayers, music, scripture reading,
and a question box.
! Announcements!
1______________j
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
1ST N. E. Nineteenth Street
DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN, Rabbi
Brief services will be held tonight
at 8 p. m. There will be i. rmi
This will be continued throughout
the summer during the absei.....
Rabbi Kaplan with a Lay member
in charge.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
1S45 S. W. Third Street
JULIUS WASHER. Rabbi
Services begin tonight at 6:30 p.
m. Saturday morning services be-
! gin at 9 a. m. Mincha services at
6:30 p. m. followed by the Maarlv
service.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
111 Waahlngton At*.. Miami Beach
DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM. Rabbi
Services begin tonight at 6:30 p.
m. Tomorrow morning servicet be-
gin at 8:30 a. m. Cantor Schlach-
man will chant the .services Min-
cha services begin at 6:30 p. m.
with Maariv following.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conservative)
IS9 N. W. Third Avenaa
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Services begin at 6:30 tonight.
Saturday morning services begin at
8:30 a. m. Mincha services begin at
6:30 p. m. followed by the Maariv
service.
Ya M. H. A. Plans
Active Season
Plans for future activities of the
organization were discussed at the
meeting of the Young Men's He-
brew Association Wednesday night.
The new officers ol the organisa-
tion headed by Al Rosenfeld presi-
dent and Sol Rot fort vice president
assumed their duties alter a brief
talk by the retiring president Mr.
Murry Grossman. A resolution di-
recting the presentation of a gilt
to the retiring president in recog-
nition of his services to the or-
ganization was unanimously adopt-
ed. Reports of committees wen r<
ceived. A prominent speaker will
address the organization next Wed-
nesday evening. Plans for a formal
dance or dinner to welcome the re-
cently elected officers of the or-
ganization will be announced at an
early date.
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Lday, June 15, 1934
THE JEWISH FI.OKIDIAN
Page Three
HE JEWISH
7LOKIDIAN
IM BUSHED EVERY FRIDAY
b> the
American societies, everything
which has been done agalnsl the
Woolworth stores In Bonn and
Breslau, make the situation more
strained than u Anti-Semitism
alone were involved. The Internal
p. (i. Boi 2'j:n
biami. Florida
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Phone 2-1183
OFFICES:
Phone 2-1183
wish floridian PUBLISHING CO. Ilu| external policies ol Germany
becomes so Involved that U remind
us more oi the Drelfui affali when
Jews finally were victorious Hum oi
the lands ol Anti-Semitism in I
ern or middle Europe,
Translated reprlnl from Jewish
Morning Journal and Dally News,
June 7th,
I. LOUIS SIIOCIIET. Editor
{I H K. BHOCHET, CirmUtion Manager
, hi; BORIS SCHLACHMAN,
Field Representative
econd cIhim matter July 4.
hi Pol i Iffice in Miami, Florida,
vt of March :i. 1878.
WEST PALM BEACH
SAMUEL SCHUTZEB
Representative
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN,
Representative
ORLANDO
SYLVIA BERMAN
Representative
TAMPA. FLA.:
MRS M. H. KISLER
Representative
SI iisi RIPTION
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FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1984
Vol. 7No. 24
,ord Sackville and
)r. Luther
B i- ol advice to an Engllsh-
au. who had become a citizen oi
ted states, in vote for the
tic candidate, President
nd tendered passport to
ird Sackville-Wesl the Ambassa-
this country from Great
and sent him home. Amor-
al thai time not as Inl-
and did not possess the In- sl)"''t "'
In world politics that it
nevertheless the then
til "1 the United states did
ot hesitate to request the depar-
Within the Quota
The Ellis Island Committee, ap-
pointed by her la il June, has re-
ported to Miss Prances Perkins
Secretary ol Labor, on Its study ol
the problems n li to the ad-
mission and treatment ol aliens.
The committee, composed ol torty-
eighl prominent citizens, Including
clergymen, educators and business
and profe >ional men and women,
Is very firm in its support ol the
immigration laws as they exls B .
in referring to the present situ-
ation in Germany, ll declan
United States ha a moral obliga-
tion" to admit a maximum number
Ol liti. [ee i i'i! share ol lln- in.
foi i nab group can be taki n care
oi within the present quota and
without amendment to the law, By
doing .so. we can meel then- need.
uphold our own traditions and lul-
nii the moral obligation thai rests
upon us." It now rests with the
United st.i- Con tils in Germany,
upon instruction from Mil Pi
to .stimulate the emigration Ol Jew -
from Germany by carrying oul the
the committee's recom-
mendation n should be pointed
out that Germany's quota for
American Immigrants is 25557. In
1933 only 1519 people came from
Germany under the quota. It I
ni the representative oi a
er. If such limited propa- dent, therefore, thai the United
advl i .me who asked &tates ''" '"' a naven '" B ve,y

he should vote for, merited
ii punishment, it Is certain thai
thi < .1 rman Ambassa-
Washington not be tn
lth more courtesy it n is a
hat he expended thousands
ai to spread in America,
iong Germans who became
' an citizens, more dam
i us propaganda He has
as little Justification for his
.ni Lord Sackville when he
countryman to vote foi
ind.
then administration al Lon-
in cini noi protest and immedlate-
another ambassador, be-
i oncerned a matter regard-
both civilized English
OUntries were in
other country ma
ed hi ai iiy. and u may
i.......o with more
with a land such as Ger-
i under Hitler, though
li litest reason 10
substantial number
ol Hltlerlsm,
ol the xictlills
Fat hers and Sons
one ol the most encoui
signs on the shadow] Ji
/on Is the emergem e ol the sons i I
del .i leadi i of Israi
in their own right. it has often
bi en i k d
ha \ real sons Although it I
too SOOn tO acclaim the soi
ii wish leader- as greal men ii
it cannot be denied tl
on < i number ol mo
ari steadily i
to the fon in Jewish lift N
.Straus. Jr., Lord Melchetl and
uel Lamport, leaders In Zionism
are ., | en whose nami
wril large in Zionist history. Tin
son- Ol Paul and Pellx Wi
the forefront ol Jewish
communal activity. Roger W. Strau
. .; Straus: Arthur H
n ton ilzberger. son of CyrusJ
and i e in Rosenwald,
Julius Rosenwald, are others who
are carrying on where their lather-
left oil. Father's Daj Li an appro-
priate occasion to take noti
the heritage ol one generation oi
Jewish leaders ha nol been
u mat- lectedby the next generation which
i. doing honor tO the names u
his usi fulness In Wash-
' an end and n would
able for him to leave for his
land would be effective, n
nol immediate!} bring re-
lic nervousness and blind
m oi hah crazed one- be-
West Palm Beach
Notes
Work of completing the new edi-
fice oi Beth El Synagogue will b.
concluded tin- week with the plas-
tering and painting ol the recently
tructed building.
THE
GUOM
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Mr. Hany Leibvoitt left to visit
relatives and friends in Key West
and win return to the citj tomor-
row,
Cantor Louis Hayman ol Beth
David Congregation was a
to this city last Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Moss and
daughter Rosalyn will leave Sun-
day to visit Chicago. e:h route thej
will see relatives and friends al
Durham, N. c
A rich wife Isn't like!-, to a
with a dj spi ptic hu band.
Indiscreet charity Is better than
chronic penuriou m
Many a man has noble aim bul
it is the hit thai count,
Even if all that glitten .
lots oi people ire atisfied with it
A prosecutor is quoted as saying
that receiving a box of cigar with
a S50 bill is "no crime' I can't be.
Crime doesn't pay.
Hikes the gas
'< ii ificat ion here
:i one "Drive In and let u-
Ify your car.''
A man knew just what he
do in case ol an emei enc; o lone
as the emergency falls to .show up
A prehistoric land monster,
ed at night by natives in some oi
the down river towns, didn't turn
out to be so small and good natureo
BS that. It was an interstate bus.
The man who can tell yen just
how a thing ought to be done
seldom bu
Beth ei Congregation and 81
hood held a joint meeting Wednes-
day night at which important mat
! the Congregation were dis-
CUSI I'd.
Some writer has said 11
ers are seldom witty. Perhaps this
| may be due to the fact that brevit;
is the -oul .1 xx-it.
Finnish a scholar
ol the most difficult
ill languages to learn. However,
the Finns can make signs that an
lly understood -for example the
one that mi ... nmiy. hen
your dough."
A benefit bridge for Beth Israel
hood was held la.st Sunda.
evening al the home ol Mrs, Jack
Bara.sh. Several tables of bridge
were played and dellciou refn
ments were served.
In capsule form, the n
recent events In Arabia would !>
about ai follows I. came i. Saud
i conquered,
A card party sponsored by Beth
K\ Sisterhood will be held Sunday
evening June 17th in the home ol
Mr and Mrs. Jack Sneider on Laki
avenue with Mrs. Sneider as the
Prizes will be awarded foi
high scores and refreshments xxii:
be served.
Although a Cincinnati crtii
thai ino.-i ol the old hymn.- are
among the "sacred cows of the
church." our favorite tune lor the
tit is, "There Shall be Si.
of Blessing."
The entire Jewish community i
invited to the Bnai Brilh picni.
Sunday June 17th at Boynton
Beach, In charge ol arrangi i
are Messrs, Dave Feldman, Martin
Dubin and Charles Wax. A very en-
joyable 'mie is promised all.
One meets constantly with dis-
appointments, We heard that the
Bureau ol Printing and I
is turning oul million.- ol new
money, only to learn thai
to pax for it.
report from Tegucigalpa ol ..
threatened banana famine .-mind.
suspiciously like an attempt to re-
vive a song which was annoj
popular about six year.- .
Following an Illness ol
davs. Philip Max- one oi this city's
prominent grocers died here lasl
Friday following complications re-
sulting from an operation. Thi
era! wa- held last Sunday from the
Ferguson Undertaking P
where services were held by i>: Cai
\ Herman. A eulogy was pro-
nounced in Yiddish by T. Jacob ol
: Workmen's Circle ol winch Mi
May had been an active work.a
The local Bnal Brith Lodge ol
which the deceased was a member
was in charge ol thi services. In-
terment was in the Jewish Si
oi the Woodlawn cemetery and
.in held then b;
Dr. Herman Many Jewish am
friend ol the dei
tended to paj their respects E i
Mi Maj are his wide'
two children Ira and Herbert.
New York'.- administration nov,
proposes to give music li
unemployed young i his In-
cludes saxophone lessons M.i
Guardla's popularity max bi
ously Impaired before I hi i
election.
Aii ; ii tor removed from
. a baby tooth which is
believi d been there five 01
six years. See .'.our mother, with the
wash rag, at least twice a week.
"I do not wistful girls,"
She said. "Who moan and wilt.
I like red blooded, cheerful folk!
I felt a conscious guilt,
Fearing her words were meant for
me,
And murmured meekly. "So?
Well, probably you're right at that;
But still. God made the crow.
And sometimes when beset by Ills
X could make quite a list
I'll tell you frankly: I should like
To kill the optimist!'"
Members of the French parlia-
ment are "contemplating a reduc-
tion ol their own .salaries." You
know how it is with legislative bod-
ies. They like to contemplate. And
a little contemplate r does
them any harm.
A drama: I er complain.- ol
bor la has in casting his
plays. Did i try opening a
window and Jusl casting them out?
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Phones Widely Used In Palestine
Jerusalem More call are made
i in.:i mplated, it max bi
certain that nol many
I ven many months woul t
belore "an ambassador who
represent" would nol re-
. our i ,ipit:ii city
ii ks winch an enraged ,., telephone In Palestine than In
"b made upon a Woolworth store ,)ny ot 1k-i- country in the world ac-
r< el, West Prussia, jusl ai the nin|UI!, .,, government statistics
tpressed by the Nazis in Ber- maf)e public here In Jerusalem
because ol the defeat ot the sin- there are 3H calls made daily oxer
German American Victor Reit- each phone In the city, which
Hi the leadership Ol (lei man establishes a xvorld record
Utemeyer Named 2nd Asslstanl
Secretary <>f Labor
Washington, D C Arthur J
Altmeyer, former secretary ol thi
... Stl 'e Industrial I
Ion, has in en appointed second
assistant Secretary ol I al oi bj
President Roosevelt. When the NRA
wa- created. Altmeyer was drafted
for a place in that organization
, then he has held tWO other
important Washington positions.
For a time he was deputy conn:
sloner oi the united state I
ployees' Compensation Bureau
charged with administering the
) :. .shoremen's Compensation Act
I liter he was named director ol the
labor division of the compliance
section of the NRA. The new as-
sistant to Secretary ol Labor Per-
il Are Jew- claim:
A The histoi a exp : lei .
lias made them coli.-c: .
. I that the destiny ol all
Ited. Whili It Is trui.
and quite naturally, that l"
the same religious bark ; ,.
would ten to roup
no that tin.- instinctive Jew-
ish consciousness ol unitj
Hum within, i- met bj
tile pi. m without. In
the alii

scums determii atioi
band together, but also i
titude ol Christians towards Jews
and the pressure put upon t!
Christians. A common historic ex-
perience ol nearly 3000 year.- can-
not be wiped out m a day.
Q. Is Internationalism a tenet ol
Protestant Christianity'.'
A. If one means by Internal I
ism the conviction that the I
family Is one. that it Is essential to
apply In international relation- tl.
same ideals a.- obtain m personal
relationship, and that the Church
ol God is an Institution which
knows no national lines because or-
kins is a national authority on
labor statistics and workmen's com-
pensation problem-
da::. li whole oi mankind, then it certain-
.- would be true to say that inter-
nationalism, is a tenet ol Protest-
:. Christianity, If, on the other
d, one thinks ol International-
... x.i aki ning all the ties ol the
individual to his native land and
watering down thi ties to a
al attachment to the
idea.- ol philosophical anarchy, then
..mix the Protestant churches
have nol promulgated such a be-
lt rather instinc-
tively that .u. od citizenship
depends upon the highest loyaltj to
one.- home and family so tine in-
ternationalism must be based upon
Christian patriotism and ethlci
.sound nationalism.
Q. Whal meth t iai hi
lie Church employ to gain convei
to Catholicism?
A. Conversion t.i the Catholic
must result from the free ac-
ceptance oi Catholic teaching
Force, violence, fraud, whether in
the form oi bribes or pressure, eco-
nomic or social, may not be em-
ployed, for they are sinful. Tins the
Catholic Church considers proselyt-
ism. Without the consent of their
parents, the Catholic Church would
not receive niinois into her fold.
even u they freely consent, unless
under exceptional cu ciuiistan.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
SOCIETY
U event of la-st Sunday was the
i ,,.,. oi Miss Lena Weinkle,
Ijughter ol M'' and Mrs Louis
Celnkle, to Lee Arthur Chalkln, son
L Mr. and Mrs. Dave Chaikin. for-
(nerly ol Bo on. The marriage was
Liemnlzed al Beth David synagogue
,,.,,: I Max Shapiro officiat-
ng.
ading to the altar was
(I with white cloth, and the
family were designated
rtilti atin ribbon. Palms
,'c along the aisle
entrance to the altar,
was enhanced on either Idi
I en-branched candelabras, and
kil basket ol gladioli.
The en. pj With its sprays of
: 'i,, valley, white roses and
rmed an effective setting for
;, oi the bridal party
a trio played the prenuptial mu-
i it aum," and "'I Love
: .: followed by a rendi-
l ,\i Dawning," by Mrs. Sadie
wedding march from
announced the en-
ri of the bridal procession and
"Wedding March"
r 11:.' recessional.
bride wore .i bias cut tight
[ tin gOWn with an
( train, she carried
I iii ol Kilarney roses
li.d lilies ol the valley.
:. Mack and Mi
l bridesmaids, wore tea
Chiffon dresses. Mi.ss
I ioldenblank, maid ol
,i turquoise sheer chlf-
wl neckline Mrs 11\ -
b.j Galantj ol Atlanta, matron ol
I gowned in tur-
t e ch ll n The bridal group
I of Joanna Hill
i Dr. Bernard S.
I Huston. Groomsmen
Weinkle, Al Pallot and
I Wi instein. Ushers were
I .i Loul Heiman. Ralph
I aid Dr. S. Beekman.
The bridegroom's mother was
I mart tea rase model*
1 mother was attired in
1 laei Both wore corsages of
lilies of the valley.
Inunei after the ceremony,
for 70. including the
party and out-of-
ve given al the Coral
| try club. At the recep-
0 guests were present
Mi Chaikin then lefl
motor i ii- tor Jacksonville, and
ton and New York on
'up
As we go to press Beth David is
j holding its election of officers for
the coming year. Las. week new
directors elected were: Al Quadow,
Nat Zalka, Louis Levins, Jack Pal-
> lott. a. Rubin and Wm. Friedman
From these together with the hold-
over directors consisting of Stanley
C. Myers, Harry Markovltz, M. J.
Koplowitz. Louis Weinkle and Leo
Aekerman. the new officers will be
chosen. Plans tor the high holi-
days and other important matten
will be discussed.
Page Five
dtthe
[ovier
"Bombshell." winch wm open
Sunday al the Tivoll Theatre, is the
firsl picture in which Jean Harlow
and I.ee Tracy have been 11
red by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Tin
picture is based on a play by Caro
line Prancke and Mack Crane and
Aa. adapted to the screen by Jule
Furthman and John Lee Mahin.
\ Lola Bruns, an exotic and
sensational film Mar. the pliiliiiiim-
blonde Miss Harlow Is reported to
have one ot the most effective and
Walter Connolly in "It Happened
One Night"A Columbia Picture
Also featured in the cast an
Waller Connolly. Jameson Thomas
and Roscoe Kama. Prank Capra,
who recently made "Lady For a
Day: directed from a screen play
by Robert Riskin, which was based
on the Samuel Hopkins Adams
novelette which ran in the Cosmo-
politan magazine.
entertaining characterizations ol
her meteoric talkie career, a role
described as being even more strik-
ing than her respective perform-
ances in "Red Dust." "Hold Your
Man" and "Dinner al Eeigltt."
I.ee Tracy, one of the most dy-
namic personalities m pictures
plays opposite MLss Harlow as her
bombastic publicity director who Is
responsible tor many oi the diffi-
culties m which sin1 finds herself
with the studio executives, her
family, her fan public and hei
many admirer!
URGES CHURCHES TO
AH) GERMAN REFUGEES
New York. Asserting that fif-
teen percent of the (io.ooo refugees
from Germany are non-Jews, the
Rev. William H. Foulkes, Chairman
it Hie American Executive Commit-
tee i,t the Central Bureau lor Rl -
liel ot Evangelical churches of Eu-
rope today declared that tin tacl
should Influence widespread con-
tributions by church members to
the funds being raised lor German
refugees,
Declaring that "there rests upon
the church people of America a
moral responsibility to bear upon
their hearts the suffering ot these
men. women and children." the com-
mittee urges Christians to cooper-
ate with the various local commit-
tees ot the United Jewish Appeal.
It is stated that the United Jew-
ish Appeal will receive funds sub-
-cubed by Christian.-, to be used
to relieve the refugees, whose need-
thus tar have been met only by
funds iroin Jewish agencies,
ACTOR8 GUILDS OK :; FAITHS
PLAN COOPERATIVE ACTION
Clark Gable and Claudette 0 i
berl are co-starred for the firsl
time In the Columbia production
"H Happened One Night." which
is scheduled to open Sunday at the
.Seventh Avenue Theatre.
New YorkThe Catholic, Episco-
palian and Jewish Actors' Guilds
have agreed upon a program of co-
operative action in regard to cha-
ritable enterprises. A round table
conference ol representatives of the
three guilds will be held every fort-
night to discuss common problems
and extend mutual aid wherever
JOHN B. ORR, Inc.
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
147 N. E. Sixth Street, Miami. Fla.
(raftsmen in
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PLASTER
(IT STONE
SCULPTURE
INTERIOR DECORATING
ORIGINAL QUARRIES OF FLORIDA KEY STONE
Service Beyond The Contract
philanthropic undertaking is ex-
pected to be a monster benefit show-
in the Fall.
necessary. The first joint public
and Canada to handle Torgsin
business. Arrangements are being
made with many other organiza-
tions.
TORGSIN ANNOUNCES
NEW SERVICES
According to a statement bv I. I.
Gordeef. recently appointed Gen-
eral Representative of Torgsin in
this country, Torgsin Ls now enter-
ing a number ol new fields of en-
deavor. For instance, it now makes
arrangements for vacations at well
known Soviet resorts for recipients
oi Torgsin orders, such accommo-
dations have been provided in sev-
eral of the famous health resorts
in the Caucasus and Crimea. In-
cluding Kislovodsk. Zhelesnovodsk.
Essentukl, Sochi, etc. 'the cost of a
lull months vacation including
meals, sleeping quarters and medi-
cal attention, ranges from $65.00 to
$80.00.
Mr. Gordeefl also pointed out
that recipients of Torgsin orders
can now purchase cows, goats, hors-
es or live poultry through the Torg-
sin stores. This branch ol service is
expected to be ol great importance
to the rural resident who has fa-
cilities lor taking care ol live UX
Especially low prices have been set
For instance, a good cow may be
purchased for approximately S'HMO.
a horse tor about $55.00 and a chic-
ken lor 75 cents.
Through a chain of approximate-
ly 1.700 department stores located
m every important center in the
U. S. S. R.. a resident who receives
Torgsin orders from relatives
abroad is enabled to obtain all sorts
ol merchandise from a toothbrush
to an automobile, at exceptionally
low prices,
The foreign currency ol gold ob-
tained through the sales in Torgsin
-tore, amounts to many millions of
dollars a year and is an important
aid to the Government in meeting
its obligations abroad and in the
development of the industrial pro-
mam of the Soviet Union. Connec-
tions are already established with
many Banks, Express Companies,
Steamship Lines and Radio or
Cable Companies in the U. S. A
GROSSMAN'S
HOTEL
New Jersey Avenue, near Beach
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Offering Fine Accommodations
al Moderate Terms
The Foremast Hotel in Atlantic
city Catering to Jewish Clientele
Dietary Laws Courteous Service
Sea Water in All Bathrooms
ALWAYS OPEN
i Josef Grossman's
Sons
SEND YOl'R LAINDRY
TO THE
HOMK SERVICE
Laundry
ROV II. TltRNKR. Prop.
1225 S. W. Clh SI. I'hone 2-S54
WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER

Vote For
JOHN J.
LINDSEY
Candidate for
STATE LEGISLATIVE
Group Two
i Paid Political Adv.i
I
Camp Wohelo
For Qirls
An Ideal Vacation Spot
For Your Daughter
Rertha Rerkouiteh Levy
Owner and Director
Mrs. J. N. Morris
1761 S. W. 15th St.
MIAMI REPRESENTATIVE
For information Phone 2-1581
to your FRIENDS
and RELATIVES
TORGSIN STORES
carry an extensive line of high
quality suits, dresses, coats,
shoes; cotton, silk and woolen
good*: 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 Torgsin order* visit your
local bank or authorised agent
General Representative in U.S.A
at AMTORG. 261 Fifth Av N.Y.
151 St 2= St
OLDL
HEIDELBERG
BEER GARDEN
DINNER ................ 60c up
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FOR
THE FINEST
IN DELICATESSEN,
! DAIRY AND BAKERY
PRODUCTS
TRY
SCHIFF'S
169 N. W. 5th Street
Corner of 2nd Avenue
j"A Trial Here Will Save
You Money"
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Page Six
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
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Friday. june 15
Tampa, Florida
Notes
Mr. and Mrs. Halizer have an-
nounced the engagement and ap-
proaching marriage of their daugh-
ter LUyan to Mr Louis Schonbrun
the home oi the bride Sunday.
June 17th. Rabbi Adolph Burgi
Rodoph Sholom. will oiii-
A note : :- will be added
to tli' HI serve 1
Silvi I 1 :;,.::.J anm-
ii bride-elect's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Schoen. the lor-
:: :.' Pi rlman, and
..... returned I theii
.. ::. .:. I'. '.
.
parent Mr. and Mrs H
n
Fred Perlman and her
have leit lor
mnd New York
-
:.:: Alvin Sandier ha* returned
- ci( ftei visit Ith her
:::- O Poller.
Tallahassee'Special' Poinf.nL'
out that "the taxpayers are those
who balance the budget; not pub-
lic officials." J. M. Lee. State Comp-
troller today issued an appeal urg-
ing all to a little greater effort to
attain the goal which this year ap-
pears possible for the first til
ral years.
Comptroller Lee's 'Appi I
Florida" follow-:
"June 30th marks the end i
State'.- Fiscal Year; the tin-.'
we are expected to pay all b:.
enter into a new year without
The -
pect of doing
in many \ .1 we shou
it will be by such a small mat
that we will all regret thai
not put forth just a littli
rt to make the uoal.
"The Taxpe;
ho balar.
budget; not public officials. They
accomplish this bj
taxes legally them
' and in this respect the pei :
Florida .- i wh li lw i d n
"Thousands of people I
per.~onal ssu ril ; ay t
es. Thousands arc tryniM to find
means with which to pa;
he top and clear the
books before June 30th.
Students complctir.c ti.'
for teachers at the Univer-
Ol Tampa were awarded L. I.
-.-..:.. them for state
were Miss
Helen Aronovitz. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs H. Aronovitz. and Miss
i '-enberg. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs M G. Rosenberg.
Sol Jacob.-. Jr.. son of Mr. and
Mrs Sol Jacobs, will be graduated
lrom Wharton school of finance of
'' i Ivania June
20th. with an outstanding scholas-
tic record. Mrs. Sol Jacob- l
.-.:.. .:. ( ... .:- and Cl<
iduation.
July 4th. on which we celebrate
the independence of our Country
follows closely the close oi t
cal year: therefore. I appi a
every Flondian to arise
go forth with the hq
: :::.::. U I ir forel
obligation to SI
rder I
vi rn-
. indepei ei i
''-? no
.AN JOSE CONFERENCE OF
JEWS. CHRISTIANS IS FORMED
Classified
:.:. I : : '-: n Wil-
liam K.: turned lo
their home afti
graduation of Paul Klrstein, from
thi ".":.- irida. Mr. Kir-
stein was an honor student at the
Dr. and Mrs. Fred L< i.
ter Miss Florence Areintar. have
returned to Tampa alter a visit
Atlanta. Ga.. and for the present
will reside with the bride's parents.

Solomon Margolis, TO. died in a
hos; It '. Inesday. Puni i
.ce.s were held at the Greenman
Company home with Rabbi Adolph
Burger officiating. Burial was in
Rodoph Sholom cemetery. He is
survived by two Ben Margolis
Morn- ol Miami, four dau
Mr j Wiseman Mrs b. Bern-
:. Mr II S. Tanner of Tampa,
and Mrs. Ben Green berg, of Or-
lando
IN FAIRNESS
I am anxious for the Jewish
people of Miami to know that
I am NOT the Mas Goldstein
whose name is typed to letter-
together with that of Abe Gold-
man, in support of a certain
candidate for County Solicitor
From the very beginning I
have felt that BOB TAYLOR is i
BEST FITTED for this Office, I
and I have supported him and |
will continue to do so.
I urue most strongly thai al
of my friends
VOTE FOR
;BOB TAYLOR
for COUNTY SOLICITOR
1 i signed
E. MAX GOLDSTEIN
Seybold Bldg.
i> Political Ad. Paid for by
E. M. Goldstein'
THE I.KI.A.\I)I>I)\\
IS HOTEL
ATLANTIC CITY'S NEWEST AND FINEST JEWISH HOTEL
Massachusetts Avenue and Beach Opposite Helm Pier
DIETARY LAWS EXCELLENT FOOD MODERATE RAM -
< heerful Rooms and Baths sun Deck
J. GLASER. J. APPLEBAUM Managl
Davl Hotel)
Ml SI( BANTING ENTERTAINMENT
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HERSH GARLTON HOTEL
CHELSEA AVENUE AND BEACH
Atlantic City, V J.
OWNERSHIP MANAGEMENT
Our Spring Rates have been reasonably reduced, while si ill
maintaining our Hieh Standard of Food and Service
Rooms overlooking the Ocean and Boardwalk.
Tel-phone 4-2578
HITLERISM DENOI N< ED
\l i IBOH < ITHERING
Hllti :
. .:. tin Ca : hnl I Hi
.-
. i :
........
. the c!
. :. meeting
: rrj S Da
introd
nt of the Detroit 1
the J'
op. u: thi
ecretary ol the
I .
. cal A San Jos.. Con-
ference ol Jews and Christians is
result of a
held
which wa
:x hundr.
i
itj which was the
lyi iin which
er-faith
I in this pan ol
the leading
a spon-
ii Di Jamei C, De-
: ikers were
ild. president <>:
Patl
il the
Rabl ''
AWNINGS
FOR SHUTTER AWN;,,,, I
Duple* Shutter Co. Prlci I
.mates free. Lo, ,., ,.,. I
home from storm.-. ii.,x \ w .,
St. Phone Edgewater 'Ms;
GARAGI -
ROLLINS A BOGG8
Specializing In Gi
Repairs. Whet 1 A
Lining, i
146 N.W. 5th St. Pho:. I
GRO< !ER8
Adams Grocery
li:; s. w. 6lh Street
GROCERIES AND MEATS
FRESH VEGETABLES
1iER1 DAV
SHELLS
12.15 S. W. Mli >t.
MII.I.VYOKK
Mr- Morris coolik. of Ni
Ga has. returned to her home ai'.i r
attending tin wedding of he
ter Florence Argintar. a bride cl
last week.
I
I
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GIFT CENTER
Mumis Busies! i
Amentds largest
RED CROSS
DRUG
DEPARTMENT
STORE r
SIE.FIdglrrl
GREATER VALUES
Mill work, Screen v.
Spindle Dooi <
LEE NOVELTY WORKS
!21 N. W. 21th St. Phone 2-;|
PIANO TI NINCi
PIANOS TUNED and repairedll
llehr. Phone 21837.
tory work. 1759 N. \\ ls| si
REAL ESI \I I
W. L. HARRIS
Real Estate s.rviie
"49 Ingraham Hide.
Phone 2-ll"l
ROOFINd
ROBBINS ROOFING \ SHOT]
METAL WORKS
Respi nsiblc Roofi i -r.ee 19'.S
Inspect ions and E .: ..lies Frf
222 N W. 26th St. Phone 2-31
I
OPEN ALL YEAR
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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 u;u up by lab,,,- 0f his hands and the stren<>th of bis
outstanding abiht\.
He hasm ver cringed nor faltered when duty called, hi
has me every responsibility oi Uie with the determine
Kesolute courage oi strong manhood.
,,,:||> HIM WIN. YOU Will. NEVER
REGRET IT.
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'Political Advettli
'"-"""' PW fo. m a mend claude Popp,.rsl