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The Jewish Floridian ( June 22, 1934 )

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* wJewish filariidlibiin Vol. 7-NO. 25 I OK IDA'S ONLY J K WISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JINK 22, 1934 Price Five Cents Jewish News Around The World Pepper To Speak Here Political Briefs IVoolwortha Repudiates Boycott Pledge As Nazis Smash German \\ imhi mill Stores Wlnle Nazi mobs were Woolworth stores in Kassel, Bonn and Ludwigshafen in id apparently officially indemonstrations against rcthat the American Woolworth i.ni joined the anti-Germanl pokesman for the F. w. orth Company here, [joint dlated last March's stateI ment bj Byron I). Miller, president company, that Woolworth %  Inued important ion of oodi because of "extreme nee" to such merchanii Woolworth manager here ii that "it is nonsense to talk loining the boycott. As a j [fad one of Our New Yolk ; boul to .sail tin' Gerfrom Canada was hen' /., i,iir from England, .:. %  business with (ierli ci urers now a-always lid to continue to do SO." I er also denied widely : rts m the Nazi press 1mi rican Woolworth stores lial they earned no Ger!. n ions were in direct n to a statement made rch by Mr. Miler in a teleNon-Sectarian An'.iINazI League. At that time Mr. liMlller said: "I bee. to advise that [ discontinued importation ds from Germany; owing to | sales resistance." This Ipolicv was then announced as takal once. The decision to i ;erman exports, it was a. followed a steady curtailment ol such purchases during two years, accompanied by Inn lucres Ing consumer resistance. Meanwhile, Nazi pickets are staI in front of all of the 85 I" lores m thirteen cities, Y are being taken of all I Iltering these stores. Alpolice protection has been |I d following vigorous pro' thi woolworth managej 1 irther i rouble is expected Dr Robert Ley, leader ot Front, expressed gratifi1 ai the counter-offensive : in malicious Jewish boyin America." Entering on the final week ol the second campaign for the Unite.! stales senate nomination, Claude Pepper had nearly I illy platform appearances before him by Saturday night, when he speaks again from Bayfronl Park al Miami. The neck-and-ni ck June 5 .. runner-up to the veteran Park Trammel! had campaigned from Pensacola to Miami and Tampa in the preceedlng week, during which he spoke in home counties ol tw / ot thr eliminated candidates. Pepper spoke Saturday afternoon at Vero Beach, where Charles Mitchell re Ides. Mitchell Introduced Pepper to his home audleuc. paying him high tribute tor his clean and courageous campaign Mitchell characterized Pepper "my friend and your friend.' In r!i -mi' speei ties, Peppi i I Ing regrel that misrepresentations ami falsehoods June been injected mi" the campaign bj : ramn In a "despera fort i" pei: himsell in ior another -ix yi ars to coi record ol nearly forty yearon th. public p.i> -roll." Pepper's age to the peommi U'i camp : : dei Deration is a trick oi profi polities, and he cautions the publt< to be on guard against hour scurrilous propaganda which he In and.In advance as false s. P. i Pete i Robmeau. candidate for re-election to the Legislature is making one of the most active camin local history and basing his appeal for re-election on his record In the legislature for the past three terms. Educated in Lake Forest, the University ol Freiburg and i he Sorbonne, and a graduate oi Harvard Law School he was admitted to practice in Massachusetts in 1912 and in Florida in 1915. During the world war he served in Hi. French army being demobilized because ot wounds. lie re-enlisted in the American army to go oversea: and was demobilized in 1919 as a Captain. He was city attorney ol Miami from 1919 to 1921 and serve tlire terms in the Legislature. H championed the cause of Dadi County in the lamous gasoline I;. tight and ha.established an enviable reputation as a leglslato throughout the entire state. II. is basing his plea to the ele. %  torate on his record m oil ice. ;enerally conceded abilities and hirefusal to adhere lo the wishi pecial Interests a.against th public weal. Sen. Trammel Closes In Miami Senator Park Trammel] will do e in.-, campaign for re-election to the United States Senate where he will complete hithird term in Offici next year, with a speech at Bayfront Park Monday night. In concluding the last days ol the cam paign his friends have stressed his service to the Stale and pointed ti his splendid labor record as endorsed by "Labor" In its issue ol June 19th. and his endorsement bj the American Federation of Labor They point to his work which helped secure a bigger and belter harbor for Miami, the fact that he ha opposed the proposaed general saletax, and to hihigh rank in the Unitd States Senate as Chaifmai. of the Naval Affairs committee some oi the reasons for his return to office, as against the InexpertI no "I his opponent in public llfi Ke has consistently supported Pri iclrnt Roosevelt's policies m the • iit congress, •Announcements! j TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform 1 IJ7 N. E. Ninrlecnlh Sirn-l DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN. Rabbi Brief services will be held tonight at 8 p. m. There will be no sermon. This will be continued throughout the summer during the absence of Rabbi Kaplan with a Lay member in charge. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION tOrlhodoi) ISM S. W. Third Strati JILIIS WASHER. Rabbi Services begin tonight at 6:30 p m. Saturday morning services bogin at 9 a. m. Mincha services at 6:30 p. m. followed by the Maariv service. IcwUh Policemen Protect Nazi n June 18. Two stalwart Ii policemen, member.', ol the arbed radical squad, to,; re assi ned to guard Dr, : Hanfstangl durum his visit '' Ii Day At World Fair Set For July 29 [0 Plans are under way lor the celebration of Jewish Day F 111 July 29 at A Century of Pror' %  Loral and national organlza'ns are sponsoring Jewish Day. Taylor Brands Charge False in appealing for the suffra the electors, Robert R. Taylor, former County Solicitor who Is opposing the incumbent Fred Pine, dethe injection ol the race and creed Issue Into the campaign and :,as over the Radio and through thi press vigorously denied and stampuntrue all chariics that he a) any time spoke disparagingly oi anyone because ol ranor creed. In asking tor election to the office he B basing in-campaign solely on his record ol a fair and able adn tratlon ol this important offic durlng his term, his recognized abl Hty as a lawyer and his qualification for this important and not on any issues foreign to thi administration ol this Imp office. John J. Lindsej who Is opposing the incumbent s. P. Robineau for election to the Legislature In Group 2 completing one ol the mos vigorous campaigns In recent history for this office. He is urgin the people ol the county to send lilm to represent them and prom. is to stiport and urge legislation to: the alleviation ol taxes, lor bettei schools, for a workmen's compensation act and a representation ol a:, the people and no special ml ere.-: Llndsey came to Miami in 1923 and ha.made llis home here since then He is prominent in the practice o law and this is the lust time In has been a candidate for public office. He is a Mason. Civitan, and member of the Temple Baptist church and actne In Parent-Teachers Association work in Dade County. Flower Day To Be Observed jmnor Hadassah will observe J N F National Flower Day all day Sunday June 24th when solicitation ol rund8 tor the Jewish National pund win be carried on under the direction oi Miss Ida Engler chairman of the committee. Assisting her will be the Misses Jeanette Schema,, and Ida Safer as captoto8 otherassisting are Helen Schill. Mollie Engler, Lillian Rell„ KU1 and Rosalyn Klein. E. P. Roberts candidate lor reelection to the Legislature in Group 3 moved to Key West thirty-live I ai ago and practiced law there until 1922 when hi' moved to Dadi County where he has resided ever -nice. While in Key West he ion dered splendid service to the community serving as United State Commissioner. Legislator from Mon:,„ county m 1905 and two terms as County Solicitor of Monroe County. He has served as Cltj attorney lor Homestead and was president, ol the Rotary Club there in the 1932 legislature win n served from Dade County he made a splendid record oi efficient, and representation ol all the ix'ople. Nell K Walker ol Homestead Fla who is opposing the mcunibent Mr the school board from District 3. is basing her campaign on her actual experience in schools for more than eighteen years Her friends point to the fact that at the present time there is no woman member of the school board. With the erowing participation of women Beth David Names Officers At a meeting ol the Hoard ot Dii. i.. David Syna Wednesday night the following were elected aOfficers for thi coming year. Harry Markowil.' president, M. J. Kopelowitz vice president, Leo Ackerman secretarj and Louis Weinkle treasurer. The president will name rcprescir.tivoto the Cemetery Association a: th general meeting of the membei lo be held al Beth David Talmud Torah Sunday evening July 1st beginning at 8 p. m. This meeting will be preceded by a dinner meeting of the Board of Director. ..' p. m. in the Talmud Torah. Planare being made for an Installation banquet which will be held during the early part ol July. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Oretwdsx) 111 Wa-hlnirton An., Miami Brarh DAVID 1. ROSENBI.OOM, Rabbi Services begin tonight at 6:30 p. m. Tomorrow morning services bi gin 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 'Consrrvativt) 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 begin al 6:30 p. m. followed by the Maariv service. Pine Asks For Return To Office Jr. Hadassah Holds Dance Members of Junior Hadassah were hostesses at a dance at the Miami Beach Country Club, last evening, m celebration of the thirteen!!; birthday anniversary ol the club Music was furnished for dancing by Mickey Weiss' orchestra, and a floor show was presented. Among those appearing well' Miss Theresa Rubinstein, MisShirley Townsend little Miss Dorene Kaler, Russell Milton, and Professor P. w. Kehl who was master ol cereiiionie.The feature oi ihe evenings entertainment was a dance contest and the winners were awarded attractive prizes. in matters affecting children, their support and leadership in Parent Teachers organizations, the friends of Mrs. Walker urge her election as a lilting tribute to mothers of the district. She has been active in every communal affair in her home district and has actively participated in all civic movements. Fred Pine. Candidate for renomination for the office of County Solicitor of Dade County. Florida. waborn in Sanford, Florida. AueUSl 16th, 1890. He has lived in Dade County for thirty-eight years: graduated from Miami High School in 1907. from the University ot Colorado Law School in 1913; was elected County Solicitor of Dade County in 1916; re-elected in 1920 defeated in 1924, he was elected again in 1928. On his failure to re: he appointment from Governor Doyle E. Carl ton, was re elected again in 1933. Took offici in 1931. Hi.record .-hows that duril ear lie ha.secured 710 convlctlons, 95 acquittals and 45 new were nolle prosequed. "It Is my endeavor at all times to prosecute real criminals and not to prosecute good citizen.for minor and harmless infractions oi the law. It is my endeavor also to conducl the ofiiee at a minimum oi expense. The rich, the poor, the high. the low. the black and the white receive the same due consideration, the prompt and just action in all matters pertaining to my official duties." His friends point to the fact that he is free of prejudice as to race or creed, and point to his record in office a sproof of that fact. 17 nria of nd



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%  Friday June 22, 1934 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN ITHK JEWISH KLOR1DIAJN p| BI.ISHEO EVKRY FRIDAY b> Ihe lii\U-ll FLORIDIAN IM'III.ISIIINi; CO. ]" %  P. <>. Uox 273 Uiianii. Florida Phone 2-1183 Page Three EDITORIAL OFFICES: If I S. W. ISth Avenue Phone 2-1183 I I ol'IS SHOCHET. Editor ind.h K 8HOCHET, <'ircnlation MintK" IcANTiiU BORIS SCHLACHMAN, el Representative I ecund claflf matter July 4. %  |' %  n in Join the anti-Nazi boy1 America to please the an clientele and do business p Germany to keep the cash regls'" %  inging in Naziland. The boy' ilnst < lerman goods must }' llj mean the curtailment or 1 stoppage oi business In f ethical side oi the isi ue i • I import to Woolworth then ii to decide whether ii wants | -i m American cents or Nazi tl cannot do both, represents a constant danger in view ol the risks w j,ich he runs while on the streets in Berlin, under present conditions it might occur that Mr. Suritz, who happens '" have a characteristic Semitic nose, may offend the patriots ceptions ol a Hitlerite and thus be subjected to physical violence or insult, A government that has made anti-Semitism one ol its major planks is receiving a repre entative of a government that harbor; no I racial or national prejudice, Mr. Surltz's appointment once more emphasizes the difference between a Fascist government and a regime that has shaken itsell free from all the barbaric aspects oi ultranationalism, Tampa, Florida Notes Services are held every Friday evening at H p. m. at Rodoph Sholoill Temple With Rabbi Adolph Burger officiating. Services Saturday mornings at '.< a, in. Ma. ter Harvey Goldman Wittncr, on ol Mi and Mrs Jacob Winner. entertained IN ol his little friends at a birthday partj recently Games were played and prizes were given, a beautiful birthday cake with '.' candles graced the dining room table le.i; a law cloth, his guests were served with ice cream, candy and punch. Harvey was the recipient oi man) beautiful gifts St. Petersburg Notes Services that arc held at Congregation Bnai Israel, 921 9th St. No.. every Friday evening are si ill well attended. Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld is in charge. )oviet Shows the Way I he Soviet (lovernmenl ap f I Jacob sun:/, ambassador an; It did not attach any I nificance to the [act thai [ Suritz happens to be i iritz, former ambassador to I Is n garded a i one ol the V stute diplomats m Stalin's I and consequently well qualll, (l to handle the intricate task a Communist ambassaP 1 "i Naziland, But to the outside or 'd this appointment is of spef 'lest. A Jew. and a Russian that, must be anathema to Nazi official. Besides that lie The Judaic Council held a beach party at the Wagon Tongue, Treasure Island, last Wednesday afternoon, each member Inviting her husband or friend. A Jolly time was had by all. Mrs. Clara Kleinfeld. wife of Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld, arrived in the City last Monday, to make her permanent home here. Mrs. Essie Steinberg oi Cleveland. Ohio, has been visiting her brother. Harry Herman, for the past two weeks and will remain some time longer. She is being greatly entertained by her many friends. The Building Commit lee ol Congregation Bnai Israel is working strenuously to complete the plans for the new Synagogue, on Arlington Avenue. THE ^ Mrs. Instile—I don't want thai hat. Nobody wears anything like that now. The Milliner Here's a charming little toque. Mrs. instile -Take it away. Everybody has one like that It's very plain to see. Although they live within myself, I wonder which is ME. Bess—"Why not join our Bin Study Club. Jack?" Jack—"Too many hens in it and not enough birds." The farmers know how to get a cure for what alls them. They jus open their mouths wide and a. •AAA." Mr and Mrs. A. Sierkesc and daughter Jennie, have been spendthe past lew weeks at Passe Grille. I know a person very well Content in dusting chairs And daily serving those she loves These persons walk a different pat] In quiet home a I lairs And there's a sentimental girl I Who wanders far away. And weaves fantastic dreams ol life And romance day by day. visited friends In Miami. Miss Happy Goldstein returned with them. Mr and Mrs Schoburn ol Middlei ionn moti red down here to attend the wedding ol their son who uamarried to Miss Lilyan : last Sunday afternoon at me. Orlando Notes Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Block and sons, oi Coweta Oklahoma, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. Braverman. Former residents ol Bai I they have returned to Florida to make their home. Mr. and Mrs, Larry Bandell. the formei M %  Pauline Ri ienfarb, and her husband have returned from their wedding trip .u>t\ are at home at 8535 Nebraska Ave Miss Dorothy Baker entertained a number ol friends a I her birthdnj celebration last week. The guest! enjoyed dancing and other amusements during the evening, following which delicious refreshment; erved buffet style Mi Josephine Waterman, who ha.been visiting her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Joe waterman .ol coin aw. ha.returned to savannah With her aunt Mrs Arthur Levy, with whom she will remain several months. Mrs. Levy has been visitim Mi and Ml Waterman. \ii Gertrude Halmowitz was recently at a Chinese Lunchion on her birthday anniversary. Following a delicious luncheon hearts were played. Miss Dorothy Baker was the winner. Miss Pearl Safer returned to thi city alter spending some time in Jacksonville. Miss Gertrude Haimovitz, Bet trice Lleberman and Morton Levj wen hostesses at a recent Treasure Hunt entertaining the 101 Clut with Miss Florence Wittenstien e honor guest in Miss Lleberman i home. Partners were .selected and till hunl was on. Miss Irene Braverman and Myer Sigal were winne During the evening refreshment wi re served. Mr. and Mrs. L. Wellhouse and daughter, Joan, have left for Atlanta and Cleveland, Ohio. They were accompanied as far as Atlanta by Miss Henrietta Waterman. who will uo from there to Columbus. Georgia. Mi, Simon Reed, the former ML ; nee Guterman, and her son. Donald, are the uuesls Ol Mrs. Reed's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, Milchman. Mrs, II. Aronovitz is visiting and friends In New York C and the Catskill Mountains. She will be gone foi a month. Catholic Chaplain Urges American Legion in l itlu Bigotrj Baltimore Father Robt. J. While. national chaplain ol the American Legion, called upon the Legion to tight : and racial bigotry at B ma ni" tin i "t Legionalres held today at tin War Memorial. "The virtue oi tolerance demands that men ol every race creed and class, receive tinrespect due them as sons oi God." Father White said. "Some people say toleration rests „n charity, i say it rests on Justice." Ihe meeting was presided over by Dr. John M T. I'lnney. noted %  :i ot Johns Hopkins Ho pita and State chairman ol 'he MaryMr. and Mrs. M. Lefkovvitz have as their guest Miss Rose LefkOWitZ ol Salem. N. C. A meeting ol the Orlando Lodge No. 1043 of B'nai B'rith was held last Tuesday m the vestry rooms oi Congregation Ohev Sholem. Guest speaker lor the evening was Mr. Crawford T. Bickford, eral manager ol Florida On Parade. Orlando International Exposition io be featured in 1035 and 1036 Mr. Bickford spoke on a \v Fair in Orlando and outlined plans for its in' A resolution was passed at this miMir ni which the Orlando 11 > %  endorsed and pledged Us whole hearted support in this project. Dr. H. Ro-s Bernard Roth and .i Pelnberg wire admitted to membership, AI ihe conclusion of the meeting refreshment! were and a briel social hour held. The possessor ot three degrei Bui net t Roth youngest son ot Ml and Mrs. Hyman Roth graduated Horn the law school ol the University of Florida Monday. June 4. He Is a bachelor Of science, bachch.i


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Friday' June I 22. 1934 THE JEWISH EI.ORIDIAN dtth* movies; Dressier 1 John Barrymore! Wallace Beery! Jean Harlow! Lionel pgrrj-more! Lee Tracy! Edmund Lowe! Blllle Burke! Madge Evam I Karen Morley! PhilJean Harlow and Lee Tracy, to' BClhcr for ** time ., are said to have provided the biggest truckload ol laughs to roll out of Hollywood in the hilarious pic""' "Bombshell," which heads the program starting Sunday a i the Seventh Avenue Theatre Page Five Miss Hannah Manischewitz Is Married to Mr. Milton D. Manai her In a ceremony distinguished by strict orthodox ritual in which one hundred rabbis participated, Miss Hanah Manischewitz daughter of Rabbi and Mis Hlrsch Manischewitz, became the bride ol Mr. Milton D. Manacher, .son of Mr. and Mrs Bernard Manacher ol Ji QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS -ANYMORE These are the names in the amaztion oi stars who appear together In Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's nal picture, "Dinner at which opens Sunday at the Tlvoll Theatre as the most remarkbte picture filmed in the last dende. The picture Is based on the play by George S. Kaufman and Edna which ran on Broadway i .ear. It describes emotional experiences of a reterogi roup ol people, who anbrought together at a dramatic party. REPORT OF MBS. J. ROTFORT PRESIDENT JUNIOR IIADASSAII mi; \( UNITIES OK PAST YEAH ting my annual report means ol thanking my %  i-. the members and I ii.mi Hadassah. affair, the administraal the Blackstone Hotel clal ami social .sue n was in charge, The a play presented under hip : Beady < .oiden• ralk : 'he Town" well as literally. The tier, an evenl calculated i help funds resulted In approbation for the eda Cromer and Rose %  A Maj Day Dane at the Al: l; %  at which the Maj i hosen brought much rganization. Responwere Ida Safer, Rose Jeanette Seligman. The i for the yea,Is the : the thirteenth anniI National Junior Hadas21s( In charge of Bea n Blank and Annette I %  important than the finanSUCCesseS were tin mplishments tor HadasUnder the leadership ol tele, the quota was passed have fortj eight mem"i twenty-one for the The membership dance h Haven Hotel helped I oncluding my term of office ed under the leader. dj Qoldenblank with the rease ol Interest In the -piendid publicity the past year iclue untiring efforts of Pauline irgl nt this work. Important work ot Jewish • l''md. though We have % % % % % % %  ..: .IEAN HARLOW The production is described as a pictorial record ol Hollywood laughing at Itself, a story woven around the myths and rumors that have flown OUt ol the film capital and presented in a composite ol humor and laugh-provoking situation the amusement ol the movie public It ibased on a play bv Caroline Prancke and Mack Crane, adapted to the screen by Jules Purthman and John Lee Malun. suffered through the changes in office, in-to the lamentabli misc ol our ardent co-worker E Solen, then the departure oi her successor for the North. Ethel Wax, our quota has been very nearly met. Miss ida Bngler is now actively working in this branch oi our effoi ts. in concluding my terms ol officer I want to express my sincere thanks to all and to i xpn. the hope thai in the years to come the work oi Junior Hadassah in this territory will become a shining exampli other organizations throughout the country Towards this accomplishment i pli l| i my support In %  hat I may be called upon. It has been a pri\ ilegi ei ve as your Adams Grocery 1472 s. w. mil Street GR0CERIE8 AND MEATS FRESH VEGETABLES EVERY DAY j o City. The marriage took place on Wednesday, June 13. 7 p. m. in the Spanish Hall of the Broadway Central Hotel. New York City. The actual ceremony was performed by Rabbi Joseph Konwitz. President of | the Union of Orthodox Rabbis oi the United States and Canada. Rabbi Simon Finkelstein. relative of the bride, and Rabbi Menachem Hochsteln. Six hundred guests among Whom were included prominent persons In Jewish life, In the professional, social, and business world, attended the dinner in the Colonial Hall of the Broadway Cen tral Hotel. An elaborate reception followed in the Gold Room, French Room and Oreen Ballroom ol the same hotel. Dr. Reuben Finkelstein. an uncle of the bride, acted as toastmaster. president, and I bespeak for my successor and the new officers the same cooperation that you have been kind enough to give me, Mrs. Jennie Rotfort. SEND YOI'R LAINDRY TO THE HOME SERVICE Laundry HOY II. TIKNER. Prop. 1225 S. W. lh SI. Phont J-SI54 WE CAM, FOR AND DELIVER • %  Re-elect Park Trammel 1 U. S. SENATOR .1 Proven Friend of South Florida n,s amendments to River and Harbor Bill in 1930 brc about |)M enl Governmenl expenditures for the improvement of Miami Harbor UK H \s OPPOSED THE PROPOSED NATIONAL GENERAL BALES TAX. WE NEED PARK TRAMMELL IN THE UNITED STATES SENATE. lPa ld Political Adv. Paid for by a friend i Q. Must individuals be married according to Catholic rite for then marriage to be recognized by the Catholic Church? A. Catholics recognize the validity of Protestant manages. Validly married Protestants who become Catholics arc not re-married. As for mixed marriages, the Church demands that they be performed according to Catholic rite, becau e to a Catholic the marriage contract i.B priest sacrament, lor the validity ol which the church requires that a priest officiate. Moreover, the Catholic Church holds that every marriage between two baptized Protestants, or between two Jews IS a sacrament. Q. Where does the Protestant Church stand on our present-day social and economical issues? A. There is no such thing as the Protestant Church. Most of the major Protestant bodies and some of the smaller ones have adopted statements of social faith from time to time. The nearest we can come to an official consensus is in the Social Ideals of the Churches. a document that has been developed through a quarter century and was adopted in its present form by the Federal Council of Churches In December, 1932. It is available in pamphlet form from the Council. 105 East 22nd St.. New York. 5 cents a copy. Q. What do Jews think about Jesus? A. This question cannot be answered unless one remembers what the name of Jesus has meant to the Jew. In the past, the name was the symbol of inquisition, the pyre, auto-da-fe and. more recently, pogrom. It is interesting to note, however, that for the first time m history a life ol Jesus in Hebrew wa written by a Palestinian Jewish scholar and translated by the An lican Cathedral in Jerusalem. There is no essential Jewish antipath] to Jesus, except as Christians pet CUting Jews in the name ol Jesuhave brought it about. As a matter oi tact, is it not possible that Christians often forget that Jesus was a Jew and thai perhaps it Is tiie Jew that can best understand tliis personality whom they gave to ilie world? Tiie liberal Jewish viewpoint of Jesus places him in line with the great prophetic personalities who trod the heels ol Palestine centuries ago, the last ol tiie Pale, tinian prophets, a great reformer I in his day who had the extraordinary faculty of voicing the deep humanities and the universal ideals which charge the Mother Faith in sucli simple and appealing language that they gripped the imagination of millions. Jesus' emphasis upon the doctrine of love and His linn prophetic emphasis on the doctrine of justice form the two pillars upon which Christian and Jew must build an enduring civilization. GROSSMAN'S [ HOTEL New Jersey Avrnue. near Beach ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. 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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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wJewish filariidlibiin
Vol. 7-NO. 25
I OK IDA'S ONLY J KWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JINK 22, 1934
Price Five Cents
Jewish News
Around The
World
Pepper To
Speak Here
Political Briefs
IVoolwortha Repudiates Boycott
Pledge As Nazis Smash German
\\ imhi mill Stores
Wlnle Nazi mobs were
Woolworth stores in Kas-
sel, Bonn and Ludwigshafen in
id apparently officially in-
demonstrations against rc-
that the American Woolworth
i.ni joined the anti-Germanl
pokesman for the f. w.
orth Company here, [joint
dlated last March's state-
I ment bj Byron I). Miller, president
company, that Woolworth
Inued important ion of
oodi because of "extreme
nee" to such merchan-
ii Woolworth manager here
ii that "it is nonsense to talk
loining the boycott. As a
j [fad one of Our New Yolk
; boul to .sail tin' Ger-
from Canada was hen'
/., i,iir from England,
.:. business with (ier-
li ci urers now a-- always
lid to continue to do SO."
I er also denied widely
: rts m the Nazi press
1mi rican Woolworth stores
lial they earned no Ger-
!.
n ions were in direct
n to a statement made
rch by Mr. Miler in a tele-
Non-Sectarian An'.i-
INazI League. At that time Mr.
liMlller said: "I bee. to advise that
[ discontinued importation
ds from Germany; owing to
| sales resistance." This
Ipolicv was then announced as tak-
al once. The decision to
i ;erman exports, it was
a. followed a steady cur-
tailment ol such purchases during
two years, accompanied by
Inn lucres Ing consumer resistance.
Meanwhile, Nazi pickets are sta-
I in front of all of the 85
I" lores m thirteen cities,
Y are being taken of all
I Iltering these stores. Al-
police protection has been
|- I d following vigorous pro-
' thi woolworth manage-
j1 irther i rouble is expected
Dr Robert Ley, leader ot
' Front, expressed gratifi-
1 ai the counter-offensive
: in malicious Jewish boy-
in America."
Entering on the final week ol the
second campaign for the Unite.!
stales senate nomination, Claude
Pepper had nearly I illy platform
appearances before him by Satur-
day night, when he speaks again
from Bayfronl Park al Miami.
The neck-and-ni ck June 5 ..
runner-up to the veteran Park
Trammel! had campaigned from
Pensacola to Miami and Tampa in
the preceedlng week, during which
he spoke in home counties ol tw /
ot thr eliminated candidates.
Pepper spoke Saturday afternoon
at Vero Beach, where Charles
Mitchell re Ides. Mitchell Intro-
duced Pepper to his home audleuc.
paying him high tribute tor his
clean and courageous campaign
Mitchell characterized Pepper
"my friend and your friend.'
In r!i -mi' speei ties, Peppi i I
Ing regrel that misrepresenta-
tions ami falsehoods June been in-
jected mi" the campaign bj
: ramn In a "despera
fort i" pei: himsell in
ior another -ix yi ars to coi
record ol nearly forty year- on th.
public p.i> -roll."
Pepper's age to the peo-
mmi U'i camp -: :
dei Deration is a trick oi profi
polities, and he cautions the publt<
to be on guard against
hour scurrilous propaganda which
he In and.- In advance as false
s. P. i Pete i Robmeau. candidate
for re-election to the Legislature is
making one of the most active cam-
in local history and basing
his appeal for re-election on his
record In the legislature for the
past three terms. Educated in Lake
Forest, the University ol Freiburg
and i he Sorbonne, and a graduate
oi Harvard Law School he was ad-
mitted to practice in Massachusetts
in 1912 and in Florida in 1915. Dur-
ing the world war he served in Hi.
French army being demobilized be-
cause ot wounds. lie re-enlisted in
the American army to go oversea:
and was demobilized in 1919 as a
Captain. He was city attorney ol
Miami from 1919 to 1921 and serve
tlire terms in the Legislature. H -
championed the cause of Dadi
County in the lamous gasoline I;. .
tight and ha.- established an en-
viable reputation as a leglslato
throughout the entire state.
II. is basing his plea to the ele.
torate on his record m oil ice.
;enerally conceded abilities and hi-
refusal to adhere lo the wishi
pecial Interests a.- against th
public weal.
Sen. Trammel
Closes In Miami
Senator Park Trammel] will do e
in.-, campaign for re-election to the
United States Senate where he will
complete hi- third term in Offici
next year, with a speech at Bay-
front Park Monday night. In con-
cluding the last days ol the cam
paign his friends have stressed his
service to the Stale and pointed ti
his splendid labor record as en-
dorsed by "Labor" In its issue ol
June 19th. and his endorsement bj
the American Federation of Labor
They point to his work which help-
ed secure a bigger and belter har-
bor for Miami, the fact that he ha
opposed the proposaed general sale-
tax, and to hi- high rank in the
Unitd States Senate as Chaifmai.
of the Naval Affairs committee
some oi the reasons for his return
to office, as against the Inexpert-
I no "I his opponent in public llfi .
Ke has consistently supported Pri
iclrnt Roosevelt's policies m the
iit congress,
Announcements!
!_______________j
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform 1
IJ7 N. E. Ninrlecnlh Sirn-l
DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN. Rabbi
Brief services will be held tonight
at 8 p. m. There will be no sermon.
This will be continued throughout
the summer during the absence of
Rabbi Kaplan with a Lay member
in charge.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
tOrlhodoi)
ISM S. W. Third Strati
JILIIS WASHER. Rabbi
Services begin tonight at 6:30 p
m. Saturday morning services bo-
gin at 9 a. m. Mincha services at
6:30 p. m. followed by the Maariv
service.
IcwUh Policemen Protect Nazi
n June 18. Two stalwart
Ii policemen, member.', ol the
' arbed radical squad, to-
,; re assi ned to guard Dr,
': Hanfstangl durum his visit
'' Ii Day At World Fair Set For
July 29
[0 Plans are under way
lor the celebration of Jewish Day
F111 July 29 at A Century of Pro-
r' Loral and national organlza-
'ns are sponsoring Jewish Day.
Taylor Brands
Charge False
in appealing for the suffra
the electors, Robert R. Taylor, for-
mer County Solicitor who Is oppos-
ing the incumbent Fred Pine, de-
the injection ol the race and
creed Issue Into the campaign and
:,as over the Radio and through thi
press vigorously denied and stamp-
untrue all chariics that he
a) any time spoke disparagingly oi
anyone because ol ran- or creed. In
asking tor election to the office he
B basing in-- campaign solely on his
record ol a fair and able adn
tratlon ol this important offic
durlng his term, his recognized
ablHty as a lawyer and his qualifi-
cation for this important
and not on any issues foreign to thi
administration ol this Imp
office.
John J. Lindsej who Is opposing
the incumbent s. P. Robineau for
election to the Legislature In Group
2 completing one ol the mos
vigorous campaigns In recent his-
tory for this office. He is urgin
the people ol the county to send
lilm to represent them and prom.
is to stiport and urge legislation to:
the alleviation ol taxes, lor bettei
schools, for a workmen's compensa-
tion act and a representation ol a:,
the people and no special ml ere.-:
Llndsey came to Miami in 1923 and
ha.- made llis home here since then
He is prominent in the practice o
law and this is the lust time In
has been a candidate for public of-
fice. He is a Mason. Civitan, and
member of the Temple Baptist
church and actne In Parent-Teach-
ers Association work in Dade Coun-
ty.
Flower Day
To Be Observed
jmnor Hadassah will observe J
N F National Flower Day all day
Sunday June 24th when solicitation
ol rund8 tor the Jewish National
pund win be carried on under the
direction oi Miss Ida Engler chair-
man of the committee. Assisting
her will be the Misses Jeanette
Schema,, and Ida Safer as cap-
toto8. other- assisting are Helen
Schill. Mollie Engler, Lillian Rell-
KU1. and Rosalyn Klein.
E. P. Roberts candidate lor re-
election to the Legislature in Group
3 moved to Key West thirty-live
I ai ago and practiced law there
until 1922 when hi' moved to Dadi
County where he has resided ever
-nice. While in Key West he ion
dered splendid service to the com-
munity serving as United State
Commissioner. Legislator from Mon-
:, county m 1905 and two terms
as County Solicitor of Monroe
County. He has served as Cltj at-
torney lor Homestead and was
president, ol the Rotary Club there
in the 1932 legislature win n
served from Dade County he made
a splendid record oi efficient, and
representation ol all the ix'ople.
Nell K Walker ol Homestead
Fla who is opposing the mcuni-
bent Mr the school board from Dis-
trict 3. is basing her campaign on
her actual experience in schools for
more than eighteen years Her
friends point to the fact that at the
present time there is no woman
member of the school board. With
the erowing participation of women
Beth David
Names Officers
At a meeting ol the Hoard ot Di-
i. i.. David Syna
Wednesday night the following
were elected a- Officers for thi
coming year. Harry Markowil.'
president, M. J. Kopelowitz vice
president, Leo Ackerman secretarj
and Louis Weinkle treasurer. The
president will name rcprescir.tivo-
to the Cemetery Association a: th
general meeting of the membei
lo be held al Beth David Talmud
Torah Sunday evening July 1st be-
ginning at 8 p. m. This meeting
will be preceded by a dinner meet-
ing of the Board of Director. ..'
p. m. in the Talmud Torah. Plan-
are being made for an Installation
banquet which will be held during
the early part ol July.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Oretwdsx)
111 Wa-hlnirton An., Miami Brarh
DAVID 1. ROSENBI.OOM, Rabbi
Services begin tonight at 6:30 p.
m. Tomorrow morning services bi -
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
'Consrrvativt)
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 begin al
6:30 p. m. followed by the Maariv
service.
Pine Asks For
Return To Office
Jr. Hadassah
Holds Dance
Members of Junior Hadassah were
hostesses at a dance at the Miami
Beach Country Club, last evening,
m celebration of the thirteen!!;
birthday anniversary ol the club
Music was furnished for dancing
by Mickey Weiss' orchestra, and a
floor show was presented. Among
those appearing well' Miss Theresa
Rubinstein, Mis- Shirley Townsend
little Miss Dorene Kaler, Russell
Milton, and Professor P. w. Kehl
who was master ol cereiiionie.-
The feature oi ihe evenings en-
tertainment was a dance contest
and the winners were awarded at-
tractive prizes.
in matters affecting children, their
support and leadership in Parent -
Teachers organizations, the friends
of Mrs. Walker urge her election as
a lilting tribute to mothers of the
district. She has been active in
every communal affair in her home
district and has actively partici-
pated in all civic movements.
Fred Pine. Candidate for re-
nomination for the office of County
Solicitor of Dade County. Florida.
wa- born in Sanford, Florida. Aue-
USl 16th, 1890. He has lived in Dade
County for thirty-eight years:
graduated from Miami High School
in 1907. from the University ot
Colorado Law School in 1913; was
elected County Solicitor of Dade
County in 1916; re-elected in 1920
defeated in 1924, he was elected
again in 1928. On his failure to re-
: he appointment from Gov-
ernor Doyle E. Carl ton, was re
elected again in 1933. Took offici
in 1931.
Hi.- record .-hows that duril
ear lie ha.- secured 710 con-
vlctlons, 95 acquittals and 45 new
were nolle prosequed.
"It Is my endeavor at all times to
prosecute real criminals and not to
prosecute good citizen.- for minor
and harmless infractions oi the law.
It is my endeavor also to conducl
the ofiiee at a minimum oi ex-
pense. The rich, the poor, the high.
the low. the black and the white
receive the same due consideration,
the prompt and just action in all
matters pertaining to my official
duties."
His friends point to the fact that
he is free of prejudice as to race or
creed, and point to his record in
office a sproof of that fact.
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Friday
June 22, 1934
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
ITHK JEWISH
KLOR1DIAJN
p| BI.ISHEO EVKRY FRIDAY
b> Ihe
lii\U-ll FLORIDIAN IM'III.ISIIINi; CO.
]" P. <>. Uox 273
Uiianii. Florida Phone 2-1183
Page Three
EDITORIAL OFFICES:
If I S. W. ISth Avenue Phone 2-1183
I I ol'IS SHOCHET. Editor
ind.h K 8HOCHET, <'ircnlation MintK"
IcANTiiU BORIS SCHLACHMAN,
el Representative
I ecund claflf matter July 4.
. |' I March 3, 1M79.
WEST PAI.M BEACH
SAMUEL BCHUTZEB
Representative
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN,
Representative
ORLANDO
\'K BR A VERM AN
Representative
TAMPA, FLA.:
MRS. M. H. KISLER
Representative
SUBSCRIPTION
Monthi
War
. $1.00
. 12.00
Vol. 7No. 25
FRIDAY, JINK 22, 1934
\(.'cnts or Pfennige
tactics of the F. W. Wool-
horth Companj in regard to the
; boycott are ol the flve-
rikI ten-cent variety, in other
ap stuff, in March of
the president ol the Wooi-
1 tnpany announced that
- ol extreme sales resistance
ion ol German goods has
ntinued."
week ago when the Nazi
many attacked the German
ol the Woolworth Com-
ise ui the Woolworth
i In America, the German
ti e "i this great five-
nl concern issued a state-
nei thi effect that the reports
Company had joined a
!> n I \ a mailer of lad." .-aid
matic spokesman, "one of
i York buyers Is about to
i iermany, One from Canada
in Berlin' recently, a-
from England, n is non-
talk oi our Joining iin
Wi are doing business with
manufacturers now as al-
Intend to continue to do
executives of Woolworth are
} not as naive as to believe
[' >in Join the anti-Nazi boy-
1 America to please the
* an clientele and do business
p Germany to keep the cash regls-
'" inging in Naziland. The boy-
' ilnst < lerman goods must
}' llj mean the curtailment or
1 stoppage oi business In
f
ethical side oi the isi ue i
I import to Woolworth then ii
to decide whether ii wants
| -i m American cents or Nazi
tl cannot do both,
represents a constant danger in
view ol the risks wj,ich he runs
while on the streets in Berlin, un-
der present conditions it might oc-
cur that Mr. Suritz, who happens
'" have a characteristic Semitic
nose, may offend the patriots
ceptions ol a Hitlerite and thus be
subjected to physical violence or in-
sult, a government that has made
anti-Semitism one ol its major
planks is receiving a repre entative
of a government that harbor; no
I racial or national prejudice, Mr.
Surltz's appointment once more
emphasizes the difference between
a Fascist government and a regime
that has shaken itsell free from all
the barbaric aspects oi ultra-
nationalism,
Tampa, Florida
Notes
Services are held every Friday
evening at h p. m. at Rodoph Sho-
loill Temple With Rabbi Adolph
Burger officiating. Services Satur-
day mornings at '.< a, in.
Ma. ter Harvey Goldman Wittncr,
on ol Mi and Mrs Jacob Winner.
entertained in ol his little friends
at a birthday partj recently Games
were played and prizes were given,
a beautiful birthday cake with '.'
candles graced the dining room
table le.i; a law cloth, his guests
were served with ice cream, candy
and punch. Harvey was the re-
cipient oi man) beautiful gifts
St. Petersburg
Notes
Services that arc held at Congre-
gation Bnai Israel, 921 9th St. No..
every Friday evening are si ill well
attended. Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld is
in charge.
)oviet Shows the Way
I he Soviet (lovernmenl ap
f I Jacob sun:/, ambassador
an; It did not attach any
I nificance to the [act thai
[ Suritz happens to be i
' iritz, former ambassador to
I Is n garded a i one ol the
V stute diplomats m Stalin's
I and consequently well quall-
l,'(l to handle the intricate task
' a Communist ambassa-
P1' "i Naziland, But to the outside
or'd this appointment is of spe-
f 'lest. A Jew. and a Russian
that, must be anathema to
' Nazi official. Besides that lie
The Judaic Council held a beach
party at the Wagon Tongue, Treas-
ure Island, last Wednesday after-
noon, each member Inviting her
husband or friend. A Jolly time was
had by all.
Mrs. Clara Kleinfeld. wife of Rab-
bi A. S. Kleinfeld, arrived in the
City last Monday, to make her
permanent home here.
Mrs. Essie Steinberg oi Cleveland.
Ohio, has been visiting her brother.
Harry Herman, for the past two
weeks and will remain some time
longer. She is being greatly enter-
tained by her many friends.
The Building Commit lee ol Con-
gregation Bnai Israel is working
strenuously to complete the plans
for the new Synagogue, on Arling-
ton Avenue.
THE
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Mrs. InstileI don't want thai
hat. Nobody wears anything like
that now.
The Milliner Here's a charming
little toque.
Mrs. instile -Take it away. Every-
body has one like that
It's very plain to see.
Although they live within myself,
I wonder which is ME.
Bess"Why not join our Bin
Study Club. Jack?"
Jack"Too many hens in it and
not enough birds."
The farmers know how to get a
cure for what alls them. They jus
open their mouths wide and a.
AAA."
Mr and Mrs. A. Sierkesc and
daughter Jennie, have been spend-
the past lew weeks at Passe
Grille.
I know a person very well
Content in dusting chairs
And daily serving those she loves
These persons walk a different pat]
In quiet home a I lairs
And there's a sentimental girl
I Who wanders far away.
And weaves fantastic dreams ol life
And romance day by day.
visited friends In Miami. Miss Hap-
py Goldstein returned with them.
Mr and Mrs Schoburn ol Middle-
i ionn moti red down here to
attend the wedding ol their son
who ua- married to Miss Lilyan
: last Sunday afternoon at
me.
Orlando Notes
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Block and
sons, oi Coweta Oklahoma, are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. h. Braver-
man. Former residents ol Bai I
they have returned to Florida to
make their home.
Mr. and Mrs, Larry Bandell. the
formei M Pauline Ri ienfarb, and
her husband have returned from
their wedding trip .u>t\ are at home
at 8535 Nebraska Ave
Miss Dorothy Baker entertained a
number ol friends a I her birthdnj
celebration last week. The guest!
enjoyed dancing and other amuse-
ments during the evening, follow-
ing which delicious refreshment;
erved buffet style
Mi Josephine Waterman, who
ha.- been visiting her parents, Mr,
and Mrs. Joe waterman .ol
coin aw. ha.- returned to savan-
nah With her aunt Mrs Arthur
Levy, with whom she will remain
several months. Mrs. Levy has been
visitim Mi and Ml Waterman.
\ii Gertrude Halmowitz was
recently at a Chinese Lunch-
ion on her birthday anniversary.
Following a delicious luncheon
hearts were played. Miss Dorothy
Baker was the winner.
Miss Pearl Safer returned to thi
city alter spending some time in
Jacksonville.
Miss Gertrude Haimovitz, Bet -
trice Lleberman and Morton Levj
wen hostesses at a recent Treasure
Hunt entertaining the 101 Clut
with Miss Florence Wittenstien e
honor guest in Miss Lleberman i
home.
Partners were .selected and till
hunl was on. Miss Irene Braverman
and Myer Sigal were winne
During the evening refreshment
wi re served.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Wellhouse and
daughter, Joan, have left for At-
lanta and Cleveland, Ohio. They
were accompanied as far as At-
lanta by Miss Henrietta Waterman.
who will uo from there to Colum-
bus. Georgia.
Mi, Simon Reed, the former ML
; nee Guterman, and her son.
Donald, are the uuesls Ol Mrs.
Reed's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J,
Milchman.
Mrs, II. Aronovitz is visiting
and friends In New York C
and the Catskill Mountains. She
will be gone foi a month.
Catholic Chaplain Urges American
Legion in l itlu Bigotrj
Baltimore Father Robt. J. While.
national chaplain ol the American
Legion, called upon the Legion to
tight : and racial bigotry at
b ma ni" tin i "t Legionalres held
today at tin War Memorial. "The
virtue oi tolerance demands that
men ol every race creed and class,
receive tin- respect due them as
sons oi God." Father White said.
"Some people say toleration rests
n charity, i say it rests on Justice."
Ihe meeting was presided over
by Dr. John M T. I'lnney. noted
:i ot Johns Hopkins Ho pita
and State chairman ol 'he Mary-
Mr. and Mrs. M. Lefkovvitz have
as their guest Miss Rose LefkOWitZ
ol Salem. N. C.
A meeting ol the Orlando Lodge
No. 1043 of B'nai B'rith was held
last Tuesday m the vestry rooms oi
Congregation Ohev Sholem.
Guest speaker lor the evening
was Mr. Crawford T. Bickford,
eral manager ol Florida On Parade.
Orlando International Exposition
io be featured in 1035 and 1036
Mr. Bickford spoke on a \v
Fair in Orlando and outlined plans
for its in'
A resolution was passed at this
mi- Mir ni which the Orlando 11 >
endorsed and pledged Us whole
hearted support in this project.
Dr. H. Ro-s Bernard Roth and .i
Pelnberg wire admitted to member-
ship, ai ihe conclusion of the
meeting refreshment! were
and a briel social hour held.
The possessor ot three degrei
Bui net t Roth youngest son ot Ml
and Mrs. Hyman Roth graduated
Horn the law school ol the Uni-
versity of Florida Monday. June 4.
He Is a bachelor Of science, bachch.i
elor of law. He completed six yean
ot work in live years, Next fall In
will enter New York Univeisit;
where lie will study banking and
International law. Mr. and Mrs.
Roth entertained with an open
house party to ail their friends thai
same even.
Mr. Roth was a member of the
following fraternities: Tau Epsilin
Phi. Beta Gamma Sigma and i.i
Kappa Alpha.
He served the university on th<
Alligator stafl In 1020, He was .<
member ol the track team for 1029
also was a member of the
John Marshall Law club. Interna-
tional Relations club and the de-
bating squad for the years ol 1030
31, '32.
Mr. Ben Shader and Mr. '.
Wittenstien are aid! itly In
the voluntary siib.-i ripunn campaign
of Florida On Parade.
KAIMO SYNAGOG
Misses Ruth Esta Rosen. Evelyn
Meiten and Elaine Klepper recently
land Conference Ol J' WS and Chris-
tians. The speaker included a
Jewish rabbi and a Protestant
minister.
Rabbi s. M. Machtei, foundei ai d
director ol ihe Radio Synagog, will
preach over radio station WIOD al
nine o'clock on Sunday mornil
I.ucs Battles; Firstly,The Battle-
!K Id, This will he Ihe first ol a
.-cue., ol sermon dealing with the
problems ol the individual m hi-
struggle lor existence and in las
search lor that elusive "happil
in addition to the sermon there
will be prayers, scripture reading
and a question box.
Maybe these bandits could be Lik-
en care ol best by the doctors. As
Mr. Hob Sawyer say- In Piekwick.
"I'd put a bullet in him it I found
him out If that didn't, do his busi-
ness.. I'd extract it afterwards, and
kill him that way."
The French have definitely de-
cided not to pay their debt to
America. It is just another mani-
icstation of their characteristic
thrift.
KathrynSo you're determined
to marry Jack Huggins. Well, I can
only say I'd hate to be m your
shoes.
KittyeThey would pinch you
horribly.
The CollectorI struck a greal
bargain today. I bought a lock ol
George Washington's hair for $40.
His WifeDo you call that a bar-
gain? Why. you kicked awfully
when I paid $8 for a transforma-
tion.
BankerThis is the tenth time
you have had this note renewed.
PoetY-yes, sir! I fear that note
is the only immortal thing I shall
ever write!
I shall always remember her
As she lay, freed Horn Life.- re-
strictions;
And the word of the minister,
Devout and kindly sage,
All my life I shall hear it:
"She was industrious in her leisure
Steadfast in her convictions.
Loyal in her friendship,
Youthful in her age.
And godly in her spirit."
Sooner or later the finger of
scorn comes to the point.
There are still many ministers
who practice what, they preach.
The less money a woman has to
spend the more she talks shop.
Many a woman studies her
to the neglect of her heart.
It a girl has teeth like pea.
she's never as dumb as an oyster
As a rule, when people say what
i hey mean a lot of explainine is
necessary.
It Is permissible to blow your own
horn ll you are a member oi a bra -
band.
Every man him- ihe delusion that
sooner or later he will invent
thing that will make him rich.
Fa;in r's Daj is the occasion when
father i.- encouraged to do any num-
ber oi distasteful thing.- "because u
is Father's Day.
So live that your relative.- and
friends won't be disqualified for
duly on the grand jurv
Now that a Minnesota specialist
has jarred one of our pet notions
ying that blood presure isn't
anything to worry over, were pre-
pared to hear any day thai in-
somnia isn't anything to lose sleep
about.
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June
I 22. 1934
THE JEWISH EI.ORIDIAN
dtth*
movies;
. Dressier 1 John Barrymore!
Wallace Beery! Jean Harlow! Lionel
pgrrj-more! Lee Tracy! Edmund
Lowe! Blllle Burke! Madge Evam I
Karen Morley! Phil-
Jean Harlow and Lee Tracy, to-
' BClhcr for ** time ., '
are said to have provided the big-
gest truckload ol laughs to roll out
of Hollywood in the hilarious pic-
""' "Bombshell," which heads the
program starting Sunday ai the
Seventh Avenue Theatre
Page Five
Miss Hannah Manischewitz Is
Married to Mr. Milton D. Manai her
In a ceremony distinguished by
strict orthodox ritual in which one
hundred rabbis participated, Miss
Hanah Manischewitz daughter of
Rabbi and Mis Hlrsch Manische-
witz, became the bride ol Mr. Mil-
ton D. Manacher, .son of Mr. and
Mrs Bernard Manacher ol Ji
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
-ANYMORE
These are the names in the amaz-
tion oi stars who appear
together In Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's
nal picture, "Dinner at
which opens Sunday at the
Tlvoll Theatre as the most remark-
bte picture filmed in the last de-
nde.
The picture Is based on the play
by George S. Kaufman and Edna
which ran on Broadway
i .ear. It describes
emotional experiences of a
reterogi roup ol people, who
an- brought together at a dramatic
party.
REPORT OF MBS. J. ROTFORT
PRESIDENT JUNIOR IIADASSAII
mi; \( unities ok PAST yeah
ting my annual report
means ol thanking my
i-. the members and
I ii.mi Hadassah.
affair, the administra-
al the Blackstone Hotel
clal ami social .sue
n was in charge, The
a play presented under
hip : Beady < .oiden-
ralk : 'he Town"
well as literally. The
tier, an evenl calculated
i help funds resulted In
approbation for the
eda Cromer and Rose
"' A Maj Day Dane at the Al-
: l; '! at which the Maj
i hosen brought much
rganization. Respon-
were Ida Safer, Rose
Jeanette Seligman. The
i for the yea,- Is the
: the thirteenth anni-
I National Junior Hadas-
21s( In charge of Bea
n Blank and Annette
I '
important than the finan-
SUCCesseS were tin
! mplishments tor Hadas-
Under the leadership ol
tele, the quota was passed
have fortj eight mem-
"i twenty-one for the
The membership dance
h Haven Hotel helped
I
oncluding my term of office
ed under the leader-
. dj Qoldenblank with the
rease ol Interest In
the -piendid publicity
the past year i- clue
' untiring efforts of Pauline
! irgl nt this work.
Important work ot Jewish
l''md. though We have
!
..:
.IEAN HARLOW
The production is described as a
pictorial record ol Hollywood laugh-
ing at Itself, a story woven around
the myths and rumors that have
flown OUt ol the film capital and
presented in a composite ol humor
and laugh-provoking situation
the amusement ol the movie
public It i- based on a play bv
Caroline Prancke and Mack Crane,
adapted to the screen by Jules
Purthman and John Lee Malun.
suffered through the changes in
office, in-- to the lamentabli
misc ol our ardent co-worker E
Solen, then the departure oi her
successor for the North. Ethel Wax,
our quota has been very nearly
met. Miss ida Bngler is now active-
ly working in this branch oi our
effoi ts.
in concluding my terms ol officer
I want to express my sincere thanks
to all and to i xpn. the hope thai
in the years to come the work oi
Junior Hadassah in this territory
will become a shining exampli
other organizations throughout the
country Towards this accomplish-
ment i pli l| i my support In
hat I may be called upon. It
has been a pri\ ilegi ei ve as your
Adams Grocery
1472 s. w. mil Street
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City. The marriage took place on
Wednesday, June 13. 7 p. m. in the
Spanish Hall of the Broadway Cen-
tral Hotel. New York City. The
actual ceremony was performed by
Rabbi Joseph Konwitz. President of
| the Union of Orthodox Rabbis oi
the United States and Canada.
Rabbi Simon Finkelstein. relative
of the bride, and Rabbi Menachem
Hochsteln. Six hundred guests
among Whom were included promi-
nent persons In Jewish life, In the
professional, social, and business
world, attended the dinner in the
Colonial Hall of the Broadway Cen
tral Hotel. An elaborate reception
followed in the Gold Room, French
Room and Oreen Ballroom ol the
same hotel. Dr. Reuben Finkel-
stein. an uncle of the bride, acted
as toastmaster.
president, and I bespeak for my
successor and the new officers the
same cooperation that you have
been kind enough to give me,
Mrs. Jennie Rotfort.
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Re-elect
Park
Trammel 1
U. S. SENATOR
.1 Proven Friend
of South Florida
n,s amendments to River and Harbor Bill in 1930 brc
about |)M enl Governmenl expenditures for the improvement of
Miami Harbor
UK H \s OPPOSED THE PROPOSED NATIONAL GENERAL
BALES TAX.
WE NEED PARK TRAMMELL IN THE UNITED STATES
SENATE.
lPald Political Adv. Paid for by a friend i
Q. Must individuals be married
according to Catholic rite for then
marriage to be recognized by the
Catholic Church?
A. Catholics recognize the valid-
ity of Protestant manages. Validly
married Protestants who become
Catholics arc not re-married. As
for mixed marriages, the Church
demands that they be performed ac-
cording to Catholic rite, becau e to
a Catholic the marriage contract i.-
B priest sacrament, lor the validity
ol which the church requires that
a priest officiate. Moreover, the
Catholic Church holds that every
marriage between two baptized
Protestants, or between two Jews
IS a sacrament.
Q. Where does the Protestant
Church stand on our present-day
social and economical issues?
A. There is no such thing as the
Protestant Church. Most of the
major Protestant bodies and some
of the smaller ones have adopted
statements of social faith from
time to time. The nearest we can
come to an official consensus is in
the Social Ideals of the Churches.
a document that has been develop-
ed through a quarter century and
was adopted in its present form by
the Federal Council of Churches In
December, 1932. It is available in
pamphlet form from the Council.
105 East 22nd St.. New York. 5
cents a copy.
Q. What do Jews think about
Jesus?
A. This question cannot be an-
swered unless one remembers what
the name of Jesus has meant to the
Jew. In the past, the name was the
symbol of inquisition, the pyre,
auto-da-fe and. more recently, pog-
rom. It is interesting to note, how-
ever, that for the first time m his-
tory a life ol Jesus in Hebrew wa
written by a Palestinian Jewish
scholar and translated by the An
lican Cathedral in Jerusalem. There
is no essential Jewish antipath] to
Jesus, except as Christians pet -
CUting Jews in the name ol Jesu-
have brought it about. As a matter
oi tact, is it not possible that
Christians often forget that Jesus
was a Jew and thai perhaps it Is
tiie Jew that can best understand
tliis personality whom they gave to
ilie world? Tiie liberal Jewish view-
point of Jesus places him in line
with the great prophetic personali-
ties who trod the heels ol Palestine
centuries ago, the last ol tiie Pale,
tinian prophets, a great reformer
I
in his day who had the extraordi-
nary faculty of voicing the deep
humanities and the universal ideals
which charge the Mother Faith in
sucli simple and appealing lan-
guage that they gripped the imagin-
ation of millions. Jesus' emphasis
upon the doctrine of love and His
linn prophetic emphasis on the doc-
trine of justice form the two pillars
upon which Christian and Jew
must build an enduring civilization.
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MIAMI REPRESENTATIVE
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Candidate for
STATE LEGISLATURE
Group Two
'Paid Political Adv. I
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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;
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All these can be obtained at
TORGSIN by your relatives. IF
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For Torsjaln order* visit your
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. June 22.
1934






FATHER GILLIS UPHOLDS
CATHOLIC DEFENSE OF JEWS
SUFFERING PERSECUTION
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INTER-FAITH SOCIAL JUSTICE
COMMISSION URGES FAITH
IN DEMOC RAl 1
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Re-elect
Ernest I*. Roberts
For STATE LEGISI VII RE
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HIS PAST RECORD MERITS
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chairman. High Commission
James G. McDonald appealed
vigorous terms for Christian fi:
ticipation in the campaign of ih,
United Jewish Appeal
lief of refugee.- coming out of g.
many. T am fed up.
"on Christian prote
academic expn ,. con>
and the empty .
of the hand of lellov.
unfortunate peoplt
or communists. For the mi
they .stand for convict:
in America. It i
Christian leaders!:.;
rlously."
Raymond B. Fo i
representative at
the High Con:::..
May presided, and Re\
Leiper, Executive Si
American Section
Christian Council of L.
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DECENT CITIZENS
Will Not Tolerate Anyone in Public Office Who Bears
Prejudice Because of Race or Creed.
RE-ELECT
FRED W.
PINE
COUNTY SOLICITOR
To Insure An Impartial.
FAIR AM) ABLE ADMINISTRATION
of 1 his Important Office
FREE OF BIAS AND PREJUDICE.
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For United States
Senator
VOTE FOR
Claude Pepper
I le is I lonorable, Able. Energetic and a
I .oval Democrat.
Oxer Obstacles. Difficulties, and Poverty,he has foughl
his \va\ up by labor of his hands and the strength of his
outstanding ability.
He has never cringed nor inhered when duty called, but
has met every responsibility of life with the determined
Resolute courage of strong manhood.
HELP HIM WIN. YOU WILL NEVER
REGRET JT.
:de Pepper