The Jewish Floridian

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

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

Subjects

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:00279

Related Items

Related Items:
Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
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)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper


This item is only available as the following downloads:


Full Text
%
wjewisti florid!iai fi
Vl. 7-\o. 26
I IQRIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA. IHI DAY, JUNE 29. MM
'rice I ive Cent'
Jewish News
Around The
World
Day Is Set Aside
For Raisin" Fund
Jews To Serve Robert R. Taylor
on Miami Board Thanks Friends
Announcements
\.i/i Often "Proof Jesus
Was Aryan. Not Jew
Berlin. Jesus was not a Jew but
a "true Aryan" whose teachings
prove that lie was also "a true
Nad." Arthur Dlnter, Nazi spokes-
man, said at a meeting here. Claim-
ing thai Jesus' preachments oi un-
selfishness were like Nazi teachings
and that his ousting of the money-
changers from the Temple was
"unassailable proof" of Jesus' Aryan
illty, Dinter said he had found
numerous evidences of Jesus' Aryan
origin. Dinter further asserted that
tin circumcision oi Jesus was a
iable. charging that the Jews only
intended to circumcize him but
lain abstained, thus proving that
they did not regard him as a Jew
National Committee Is Organized
To Plan Religion and Welfare
Recovery
Tallahai tee, Governor Sholtz
proclaimed July 10 as a speria] day
to raise s:iu.ooo by "public subscrip-
tion" tn Insure the continued main-
tenance ill the Florida exhibit at
the world's fair. The governor said
"a grave financial emergency has
arisen and it becomes necessary
that all subscriptions made by the
boards of county commissioners be
turned into cash at once, and that
there be raised in addition at leasl
130.000."
He described the Florida exhibit
as resulting In even greater bene-
fit to this state during the coming
fall and winter" than did the ex-
hibit at last year's Century ol I'ro-
gress.
Lorenzo A. Wilson of Jacksonville.
chairman ol the Florida World's
Fair Commission was named gen-
eral chairman of the fund-raising
campaign.
v. Iiington, June 20- For the firsl
ious and welfare leaders
oi tin- Jewish, Catholic and Pro-
v faiths met together on
: iy ill last week and organiz
ed tin- National Committee of Re-
.ind Welfare Recovery, with
W Head of St. Louis, presi-
ie Boy Scouts of America,
i ilrman and Dr. E. Graham
General Secretary, Board
tional Missions. Presbyterian
Church in the U. S. A., as Chair-
: the Executive Committee.
imc two hundred promi-
nent leaders of various faiths have
accepted membership on the Na-
Commlttee, including college
and university presidents, secre-
ol church, educational and
mission boards, executives ol wel-
fare groups, bishops, rabbis, mlnls-
: many denominations, sena-
tor.- bankers, lawyers and business
men.
President Roosevelt extended
-:i tings to the Conference through
tary ol Commerce Daniel C
Eloper and expressed "deep inter-
ests in the efforts that you are now
effecting among the religious group
oi citizens."
Dr. Maurice S. Sheeny of the
lie University of America
commended the efforts as another
opportunity for members of the
different faiths to understand each
o her better. He stated that re-
ligion needs such a movement to
develop a science of ecclesiastic
which would enable all re-
organizations to distribute
U| lily among their constituents
burden of support and winch
"'ild insure that money contri-
buted be spent most economically
;;ii recovery must begin with
'he individual's relationship to
Ood," Dr. Sheehy said. "Only il
"><- individual sees in his religion
' real force for improving his
spiritual life will he support any
lous group or its activities."
At the suggestion of a member of
the Catholic group, the theme ol
ii is to be "Turning to God.'
Organized Group
to Attract Visitors
E. B. Elliott, president ol Greater
Miamians, inc.. yesterday i
out that membership Is open to all
nts oi tin- cities and suburbs
ol Metropolitan Miami. Victor
[owe. membership committee chair-
man, has enrolled manv new mem-
bers in the last lew days.
Reviewing the organization of
Greater Miamians, inc.. and its
aims Mr. Elliott in a statement ex-
plained that the new organization
intends to foster advertising of the
communities in Metropolitan Miami
through all available agencies, pri-
vate and municipal, with the VlCT
lust to bring visitors to this dis-
trict as tourists, second as home-
owners and third perhaps as busi-
ness men and women.
We think our problem." Mr. El-
liott said, "is not so much a length-
enlng ol the season but the del mite
establishment ol perhaps three in-
dividual seasons. We cannot, for
example induce our winter Visitors
U> stay through the summer months.
But when they have concluded then-
stay with us. let us go after another
class of tourists, those unable to
enjoy our winter season but -hose
who'can vs.. with us May. Jun*
,v and AUgUSt. There may be and
probably arc others who cannot
visit us except in fall. We must
seek these tourists, wo.
' ..This is what Greater Miamians.
inc.. thinks It can do. It has no po-
utlcal Mpecl whatever and is no.
interested in the vaguest nutnnerm
politics. Its chlel aim to sohd
effort in widespread advertising
m behalf of this district. It hopes
to be an organization representa-
tive of all opinion of the various
communities in Miami and when
lhere are funds to be used for ad-
vertising it does not expect to ad-
mlnis,er Uiese funds but to be In a
position to recommend the manner
in which such funds shall be spent
to achieve the maximum value.
At the Wednesday meeting of the !
Miami Chamber of Commerce Chas. '
D. Leffler pioneer Miamian was
chosen president. E. B. Elliott and
Francis M. Miller vice presidents.
W Keith Phillips secretary, and H
G. Retalick treasurer. Among those
selected on the Board of Directois
are the followinu prominent Jewish
citizens. A. A. Ungar. Day J. Apte.
Mark Max, and Harold A. Land-
field.
B. R. Kessler, executive secretary.
In his annual report showed ..
membership increase ol 117 per cent
during the last year.
The report also shows that 128.-
828 interviews had been held at the
information desk; there were 94.591
incoming telephone calls. 27.495 out-
going telephone calls. 69,591 pieces
of mail received, 78.649 pieces of
mail sent out. 485 pieces o fmail an-
swered and referred. 5.009 confer-
ences with the secretary, 1.050
meetings with the secretary, includ-
Ing national recovery administra-
tion, and more than 7.000 personal
calls on business men by the mem-
bership division.
We reel that the city has again
become civic-minded, now thai
businese interests are on a forward
trend, and naturally are delighted
hat the chamber oi commerce has
had Its part m the work." Secretary
Kessler said in the report.
We have co-operated with vari-
ous hotels and associations in bring-
Ing numerous conventions to the
city and several new industries have
located here through the aid of the
Information department," he said.
Robert R. Taylor, nominated as
county solicitor in Tuesday's prim-
ary, issued the following statemen:
yesterday:
"I take this opportunity to ex-
press my heartfelt thanks to the
voters of Dade county for the sup-
port they gave my candidacy. I will
accept the position gained at your
hands fully appreciative of the i
deep obligation I owe to you to con-
duct the office as you would want it
conducted. To those friends Who
gratuitously worked so tirelessly in
my behalf. I am also deeply mat. -
fill.
"I want all to know that I bear
no malice or enmity to those who
worked or voted for my opponent.
I invite them to join with me, look-
ing forward to a harmony and un-
derstanding bigger than the friend-
ly rivalry we have just concluded.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
137 N. R. Nineteenth Street
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.
Merchant Meets
Sudden Death
Memorial Held
To Honor Apte
One of the most impressive gath-
erings was the memorial service
held at the clubrooms of the Youiv:
Men's Hebrew Association Wednes-
day night honoring the memory ol
the late Albert Apte. The memorial
meeting was opened with brief re-
marks by Mr. Al Rosenfeld presi-
dent of the organization. Rabbi S.
M. Machtei of the Radio Synagogue
recited a number of prayers and de-
livered a memorial address. A mem-
orial resolution expressing the syir.
pathy and regret of the organiza-
tion was then unanimously adopted.
The "Hazkoro" or memorial prayc.
was then chanted by Cantor Nathan
Wroobel following which the meet-
ing was adjourned in memory of
the deceased.
We should like to make it clear
to everyone that there is no agency.
association or ontani/ation in Mi-
ami which now covers 'lie particu-
lar job Greater Miamians. me-
topes to do. We are confident we
can fill a long felt need in Miami
with the support of all the com-
munities involved and with the
membership in Greater Miamians.
Inc., growing as it is. we are en-
couraged to believe that support is
given entirely."
Early last Sunday morning the
truck in which Albert Apte. promi-
nent young produce merchant ol
this city W8i traveling overturned
while near Raeford. N. C. and
yOUng Apte was instantly killed.
Apte. who had been a resident ol
Miami for a number of year- and
active in the affairs of the Young
Men's Hebrew Association was
thirty-two years old and had been
engaged in the produce business for
the past several years. He was de-
livering a truckload of oranges to
customers in the North when the
accident happened. He leaves sur-
viving him his wife, two sons aged
five and two. a father Hyman. and
two brothers Murray and Jack. The
body was met at Aberdeen. N. C.
by Jack Apte, and then carried to
New York City where interment was
in the cemetery of a benefit society
of which the deceased had been a
member. Memorial services in mem-
ory of the deceased was held by the
Young Men's Hebrew Association
last Wednesday night.
Conference to be
Held Soon
The semi-annual conference of
Orthodox and Conservative Laymen
of the State of Florida will be held
the latter part of next month ac-
cording to plans anounced by Mr.
B. J. Cohen of Orlando, president
of the organization.
At this conference plans will be
submitted for the legislative pro-
gram to be submitted at the 1935
session of the Florida Legislature.
Among the bills that will be offered
are a Kosher Law. a law dc
to prohibit the dissemination of
propoganda designed to create
racial prejudices. The latter bill is
one that was approved by the lower
houses of the New York and New
Jersey legislatures.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
IMS 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 Maariv
service.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
ill Wuhincton Ave.. Miami Beaih
DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM. Rabbi
Services begin tonight at 6:30 p.
m. Tomorrow morning services 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
11 uiiiervativt j
IJ N. W. Third Aeenae
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.
Primary Result
Brings Surprise
The results of the run-off prim-
ary held last Tuesday resulted in a
number of surprises. The splendid
showing of John Lindsey in his un-
successful race for the legislature,
in Group 2. and the defeat of Ern-
est P. Roberts for the Legislature
in Group 3. and the carrying of
Dade County for Claude Pepper
candidate for the United States
Senate were the surprises of the
primary results. Robert R. Taylor
will succeed Fred Pine the incum-
bent as County Solicitor. S. P.
Robineau will return to the Legis-
lature, and Glenn Mincer will serve
in the Legislature in Group 3 from
Dade County. Mrs. Nell K. Walker
will be the first woman board mem-
ber of the School Board of Dade
County as a result of the splendid
race in which she defeated the in-
cumbent Dr. Ayars.
RADIO SYNAGOG
Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder and
director of the Radio Synagog. will
preach over station WIOD on Sun-
day morning at nine on "Life's
Battles; Two,Armament.'' This is
the second in the series dealing with
the problems and struggles of life
which the individual encounters m
his search for happiness. In addi-
tion to the sermon there will be
prayers, scripture reading, and a
question box.
IT
n-
r-
ia
ol
ml
?


H
^^H
,. I



SOCIETY
. being
presented last night by Emunah
Chapter O E. S. at the Scottl
Rite Temple under the direction of
the program chairman Mrs Ann
Reisman were Morr:> Goldman
violinist Mrs Barney Kraft, vocal
and Miss Tillie Predmger.
Mrs, Victor Mell reviewed
Sholom Asch's Three Cities.

The first all day Picnic of Loyal-
. Club of Emunah Cl.apter will be
held at Hardies Casino Wdnesday
. 4th with Mrs. Kathie Rosen-
lock and Mrs Minnie Engler chair-
- is ted by Mrs. Florence
Bacher. All kinds of home cooked
food wil be offered for sale d...
the day beginning at 12 noon. The
public Is invited to attend.

As we go to press the annual
picnic of Beth David Slsterhoo
being held at Miami Beach with a
crowd in attendance.

Mrs Louis Levitt returned to
the city after attending the gradu-
ation of her son William from Geor-
-:,. Tech. William is now with the
Georgia Highway Department Re-
irning with Mr.- Levitt was her
daughter Bessie who was visiting
friends in Atlai

R.ibbi David I
Sun for a va .-.'. :. :
month In v V M ni -
gomery
Mrs Sam MM rig l 51-
M : for
rela-
. in I friend In B iltlmore.
Mis -:
Ga Mis
Levitt .:.- i
ed a: .-. numbei -.: Ing
. inned :n her honor.

.: '....:. Abl
.i vacatioi.......
tives In
Ma
Mr- Chas. Rosengai
this week for a vacation in
North and will be accompanied by
her daughters Marjorie and Joyce.
Miss Lillian Wucher i.
: dan spon-
sored by junior Council has
nounced that the first dance will be
held Sunday. July 1. Dances v
presented every othei S in laj night
thereafter.
The dance committee includes
Miss Gertrude Neham. ticket chair-
man: Miss Sylvia Miles poster
nan; Miss Gertrude Rappa-
pon. Miss Millie Drelsen and Miss
Betty Greenbe: -
A- In the past a dance contest
willculmmate in the presentation o:
: cup to the final wlnm rs at
the end of the series.

Mr. and Mrs Isaai I
.heir children. Robert and Dorothy.
yesterday for a visit :n the
Carol:: :.:.-. and Marylan
They will spend some time with
Mrs. Levin's brother-in-law
Mrs a c; Freedom.
.:-. Baltimore. They will be awaj
.wo mor.":.
The manage c: Miss Claire Hodes
ter : Mr and Mi M :::- c
H I : :'.::::. ;.:.::..::.-
Mr Jack Arlen son
. .':-. : ...- A:'.-:-. : Ni
N J '' home
night by
S M Ma htel Thi brldi was
Mi .' rrj Sti.:.
....; :. : .... :.:. Lei
as maid ol honor.
-
..: father After a ni -
moon thi
rome In Ml
H : .:..
Monday i
.. m< ol Miss Ida Eng-
ler 1136 s W ::;. st Plan thi
tlvitl
Ul mi
An important meeting
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
ESf Lsh Orthod iC n will be
....
: '' a;:
mi mbei
dr. J. S
aftei
. on a combined bu
.: trii
Friday. June 29
bur dines
\
to your c< nvi nil
. ndal an I
: DOtll Whit! .::...
where you can fit ;.
you prefer.
JIU'll
Sh
I^n
1-79
Bl RHINE'S.
STREET
FLOOR
Mrs I. .-- K -..:
. bridge
for the benefit ol I
lary of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation at the home
oi Mrs Joseph Oreenberg. Prize.
were awarded for hi
delicious refreshment
The Your- Mi n Hebrew A
ciation will hold a benefit dance
day evening July 12th at
; place to be announced in the next
: this paper.

Uniting two ol Miami's pioneer
and prominent Jewish families
Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom offi-
ciated at the wedd remony
last Sunday afternoon when Miss
Miriam Scheinberg daughter of
Mr and Mrs M'-:.del Sche::
Che bride of HUliard Clein.
son of Mr. and Mrs Wm. Clem
The wedd::. emnlzed at the
home of the bride parents In the
presence ol Immediate membei
the famll). Mr A la
Ol Atlanta and now of Miami, and
activi In thi ......
grandfather ol thi
slated thi Rabbi In thi m n
part : Ltual.
The brio. Iven In man
by her fathi ..ore a dn
repe with mati hlng a i
Her corsage was ol
rt i
Mrs Stanli C Mj i i mat i
honor, wore a dress reen print-
ed .-:ik and Miss In m Pan maid
of honor, chose a
: white.
Edward Cl< In Mrs,
thi bri
:i .,:. mble o: ashi
: : :
: thi famil
Palatial K hei
with thi brli:
:. Ol ::. :. I ip .:..:.. ther
iftei
Mr. and Mrs : nblum, ol
315 Central Park Wesl Nev York
anounce the : ol'
Marlon, to Cl
'.'.'.:. teln son ol Jai ib W(...
of Ml
M Rosenblui
lalton school and atti
Ni m v :k unlvi ratty Mr Wi It
graduated from the Univei
: js and ;- .-. i
ber of the Kappa N i fraternity
The weddmu will tal June
28 Ml! Sylvia rill be
maid of honor : and
Dr. Sydney Welnsteln best man
brother.
Miss Irene Segall oi Baltli
Md., repn Camp Wohelo
who spent the week hire as the
guest 01 Mrs Jo- N M
leave tomorrow with a numb-
Florida children who will al
modern camp, now opening for
Its fifth consecutive season.
a
The Board of Directors oi Bi I
David Synagogue and their wives
will have dinner at the Pan Ameri-
can Airways Sunday July 1st at fi j
p. m. Followed by a Board of Di- ;
rectors meetine ol the following
Board of Directors:
Nat Zalka. A. Rubin. Edward
Friedman. William Friedman. Lto
Ackerman. J. S. Pallot. Louis Wein-
kle, M J. Kopelowitz, L M. Levins.
Al Quadow. Stanley C. Myers, Har
M
Mr Ed man Is Chair-
Dint i l!s-
30 p. m. the mini:.
alKUl will
i ting at the Beth David
fJ';"'-s wll;
Id for the coming year and
and committees will
be appointed for the year.
re will be an installation Ban-
held about the middle of July.
. r announcement will be
made In thla paper Nat Zalka is
tallatlon Ban-
quet, assisted by his committee of
Mr A Rubin and Mr. Leo Acker-
man, and the Betli David Sister-
hood.

Milton Friedman who left for the
North last week to visit relatives
and friends will attend the sessions
of the A Z A Convention in Wash-
ington, D. C.

Mr Win Friedman will leave to-
morrow for a combined business
and pleasure trip to New York.
Boston and Providence. He will re-
turn to the city m August.
1934
Delegates to the Oreatei u:;,,".
Jewish Cemetery Association repre!
tenting Beth David Congn
been announced by Har
MarkowitZ president of the congre.
gation. They are: Statue] <
W. L. Williams and E. Gordon.
The economic downfall of Hit.
lerism and the liberation of t|le
world from its hateful yoke are
nearer at hand than is genefflb
realized through the world boycoe
of German goods, ships and ship.
1 ping." Mr. Untermyer declared or.
1 the occasion of the annivei
the Anti-Nazi League of which he
is the president.
"If we succeed, as we will, m
cracking and overthrowing the Hi:-
ler regime we will have rescued
Germany from the fren/y that i-
inevitably driving her into war. Her
solvency then could be restored
over night whenever she is ready to
abandon her madness and medle\a:
bigotry' and fanaticism and return
to the field of civilization. The
rulers of Germany know lull wd
the economic debacle that confront)
them because other countries ar
turning their backs upon them ar.c
refusing to deal with them under
existing conditions."
1 take tin- opportunity to express my heartfelt
inks to the voters Of Dadc County for the support
they gave my candidacy. I will accept the position gain-
ed at your hands fully appreciative of the deep obli-
e to you to conduct the office as you would
want it conducted. To those friends who gratuitously
worked so tirelessly in my behalf. I am also deeply
ml.
I want all to know that I bear no malice or enmity
who worked or \oted lor my opponent. I invite
them to join with me. look;: rward to a harmony
and understanding bigger than the friendly rivalry w<
'.ist concluded
ROBERT R. 7,1 ) LOR.
The Third Reich in Caricature
A collection of almost 1M
famous caricatures on condi-
tions and events m German)
in English. Frer..!: and
German.
Foreword by Heinrich Mann
This volume will make
its appearance early in Jul>
under the sponsorship ot
Simpllcus Verlau in P
THE COS! INCLUDING THREE COLOR WRAPPER W
Addn ,i.li am ordt 11 to
SIMPLICL'S VERLAG
X-Zixkova IC, Prague, Caechoslovakla
ALTMANS HOTEL
307 SIXTH AVE. \siu KV PARK, N. J. Tel. 1467 or 3415
iated m the finest section ol Asbury Park near the
Boardwalk Modern m every respect. AH sports.
Dietary laws observed Moderate rates, open all year.
NEW COLUMBIA HOTEL
BELMAR, NEW JERSEY
One //,, finesl Vj,/,,,,,' Resort Hotels
Situated Dn,, il^ ,, // BoarduM
Entire block on the ocean front, Elevator and room phone
'''' director and staff Dancing and entertainment
Mich Class CUlSine. Dietary Laws Observed. Modern pric-
Vndi < manax, '""' of A. B. HOLD! N


'
Friday. June 29, 1934
THE JEWISH
FL0K1D1AN
PI-BUSHED KVKItY FRIDAY
b> Hit
mVI-ll FI.ORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO.
' P. I). Ilox 2:173
Mi,,iT,i. Florida Phone 2-1183
I IHTOKIAI. OFFICKS:
gi s. W. 15Ch Avrnue Phone 2-1183
I I oils SIIOCIIF.T. Editor
1'KI.I' K- 8HOCHBT. Circulnlinn Managrr
Cantor boris schlachman,
Field Representative
i laM matter .1 uly 4.
I'ii : Office m Miami, Florida,
March .1. 1879
-T PALM BEACH
SAM! EL SCHVTZEB
Representative
PETERSBURG
MAE BENJAMIN,
Representative
ORLANDO
,K 15RAVERMAN
Representative
THE JEWISH I l.ni.-im.w
Page Thret-
1AMPA, FLA.:
MRS. M. li. K.ISLEH
Representative
si BSCRIPTION
Monlhi ... ... si.nil
t'cai.......12.00
Vd. 7\<>. 26
i RIDAY, JUNE 29, 1934
"Christian'
Nonsense
. I inference ol Amer-
tneeting ai Werners-
ccupled Itsell with the
during Its opening
: i ports of this SI SSion
sadly Inspiring. Pn
( addressed the con-
capacity ol chairman
rvice Committee of the
Society ol Friends, came
tl c verj "constructive"
' ii thai "Oppression ol
. Hltli i and hit
.i be ended nol bj
tl elr victim may dl
attempts to tlghl back,
to cultivate i ood
Cadbury also stated thai
Hitler and trying to
Ji n are only increas-
sevei Ity ol his policies
i in After more ol this
advice, Profes 101 Cad-
rted thai the boycotl
!( : many is not an effective
I : ing the evil In
. re simply "war without
: and war m any form is
i aj to right the wroni bi
d mi the Jewish people."
d ol reasoning while very
il has no relevancy to the
nation of the Jews In
rhl creation of pood will
murderer and his victim
k thai cannot be engaged
upon while the victim is being
I he first step in such 8
noble program would be to
bad man away Horn his vic-
render him harmless. A
thorough course in ethics
may nol produce results. In
Professor Cadbury'
eem to us nol only pla-
Im levent but utterly in-
II is shallow talk and
.; d thai weakens the pn s-
. Christian religious lead-
1 r&hip.
"""""" "'" "" Irtsh, the Scotch
the Oerman are similarly made
* Poking fun wlthoul
,al""-' *e hue and cry thai the
Jew's habit.
While, m many Instances the
non-Jewish reply to Jewish pro-
'' >ne type ol de-
famation v., alwaj ubjecl
'' "' condemnation because [| in-
volved ,j,.ws who did the mimicking
and Jewish audiences who i,
hilarious over stupid antics ol
"'""" Je* who reviled thel
Dle spelling a
lack ol self-re r* the mosl
irdlj and should bi
condemned whenevi comes
noticeable.
The popularitj ol the nlghl
and the cabaret thn i ., ain to
revive this obi
Jew. We maki particular refi rence
:" this time to the appearance In
a local nlghl club .,b.,
nies who Is
a inn- dam ei a i ood singer, an ex-
entertainer, but people with
llm what he pu
Lo be "Jev
to be funny al the expense ol
his ]) i pli ii, i
collar, pulls the derbj over his ear
and begins to shriek and
such unintelligible language
is sup;)! sed to be n Jewish d
but which Is men Ij a con lomera
tion ol .stupid rius enter-
is not the only guilty p
Oi which we make
nee Ol whom at leas; imi pel
ecu: were Jew
ii this pect. then
us defamai Ion and abuse! [I is Im-
typi
Jew-
. ui hilarl al the
: iii. 'ii ol
.. charai i
Jew.- can not afford thu
fice heir dignit] n Jew
appearance and actions, with
h audiences appla i
i.i.u ain abou
Jewish actors and non-Jewish au-
who laugh at our expense?
We i,m'; afford to be too
live about such matters, but we dan
nol remain silent when Jews arc
the detainers ol the Jewish i
[I i- immaterial where such bur-
lesque IS enacted whether It is OB
the stage, In the cabarel or ai
synago 'id many syna-
and philanthropic groups
similarly been guilty "i such
misconduct. Jews dare not misrepre-
sent the Jewish character. II there
is one thing which we musl nol
. || is our sense o humor Bui
far more important is the nei
retaining our self-respect. Detroit
h Chronicle.
Tampa, Florida
Notes
Mr and Mrs. Henry L. Solomon-
son, ol Atlanta. Ga are announc-
ing the engagemenl oi their daugh-
ter, Miss Louise Solomson, to Dr.
Louis Rosen, son ol Mr and Mrs.
L. Rutkin, Mrs. Solomonson has ar-
rived In the City and has taken an
apartment at the Renmah Court
Apartments to join her dau
The marriage wil be solemnized In
Tampa In ind several pai -
re planned tor the bride
Doctor Rosen 1- connected with the
chiropody department ol Mas
Brothers.
THE
!S
S^J
Mi- Dot Qolden ol Atlanta, Ga.,
Is the | nest ol her aunt and uncle
Mr. and Mrs, i ubetsky.
The Iris is a lady.
With powder in her hair;
She rules a world of faery,
And scorn- a world ol care.
In yellow, spirits own tint.
Or smoke, lor mystery,
Or blue, truth's royal color.
Or white, for purity;
Or royal purple -, i r
in which queens mighl ix
she dancet h by the roadside
And maketh mortal- glad.
iii order lo be at her silver wed-
ding anniversary a woman Is will-
ing to admit thai she Isn'i so young
BS she used to be.
Even when the 200-inch tele-
scope Is set up and ready for look-
.;, al thi lories ol distant uni-
trill Still be lOl
who will take more interest
ill what they can see by peeping
through a keyhole.
Miss Amelia anil Mi-. Milkil
LubetSk] entertained with a dam.
lasl Wednesday evening at then
home m honor ol their cousin Miss
Dot Golden, ol Atlanta. Ga, I >8
an were enjoyed by t he
during the evening and de-
lightful refreshments wi i
about 4(i young people were Invited
it the visitor.
; ten Pei I tl entertaim i
member- ol the M. J, M. Club al
her home al a slumber pan'
week. About. 14 girls were invited
and supper was served al midnight.
\1. Pi i ketl was assisted in hospi-
talities by her mother. Mr.-. Ii
''
Bird to waken me til dawn.
Birds to warble ale: dark
Bird i On branch or pool or lawn.
Thrush and wren and meadow
lark!
wild ro.-es from the woods.
For my retrospective houi
And for gay light-hearted moods,
Daisies, those Ingenuous flowers!
i akes o minor sunset's trail,
. which to wlm 01
: aki w hereon to row or sail
Blithely In some boo
shorn ol her beguiling wi
Wl al ould lovi Ij
ui youth's dreamy day .
Time without el
"Those reds who went to the re-
bureau and demanded clothes
and wouldn't mind the police only
got sock-.''
________________
Orlando Notes
Meeting of Congregation Ohcc
I was held m the vestry rooms
of the synagogue last Sunday night.
A m< ker ol the Orlando I
Bnai Brith 1043 was held Tuesday
night in the vestry rooms of Con-
gregatlon Ohev Sholcm. Entertain-
ment was planned by Nat Ben.
and Ben Katz. Following the meet-
freshments were served.
Members ol the Dictator, club
held a swimming partj al Templi
imming pool lasl
h they v.
informal dance al the home
0l Mr. Simon Cooper. Mr and Mi
Bl 11 Pinman chaperoned the
boul elghl i ouples wire pre
A ti al ure riti currencj
ii use in the world includes
ii.-. metal, animals, eggs.
tabli .
si meone musl havi ft
oi a little i nan
Mr. and Mrs. J. Rosen held
house recently celebrating their .
wedding anniversary.
The M. J. M. Club enteri
., luncheon at tin (!l
Grill lasl Wednesday In honor i I
their new officers, the officers an
as follows: President, Miss 81
I :. Vice president. Miss Helen
ii retary and treasurer
Ml Sallye Pinman, following the
luncheon the members had a theatre
party.
(iii- Professorship in Exchange
For Divorcing Jewish Wife
I he "Stage Jew
Berlin I ed to choose between
wish Wife and a lull pro-
hip m the University ol
Un, Dr. Hellmuth Becker readily
,,,k the professorship ami divorced
his wiie. Married to a Hungarian
Ince 1928 Di Becker was
,, a mil professorship II he
L., rid oi his non-Aryan wif<
When the oner w.i. ini.de insti-
tuted divorce proceedings and now
has his professorship.
Four members oi the Merrj Fel-
lows club. Mr Adolph Weil. Irving
Salsbury, Dr. Leon Schwartz and
Julius Silverman, are making ar-
rangements lor the house party the
dub will hold Tuesday July 3rd
thru Wednesday at Haven beach
The club has reserved the Bhu
Bird lodge and swimming, dancing
boating, and fishing will ent<
the guests. An open house will be
held July 4th lor all friends ot t!:.
members.
ihe vaudeville performers
the height ot then- glory,
ubje.; ot attack by anti-
ttion groups in Jewry were
died "stage Jews." Bvi rj
i tor abused the .lews on
e I here was a civ ot Ul-
lonally, such a pn
' Would result in the drawing of
with Jews b
Invention of Jewish Sciential
Revolutionises Bread m
London A new type ol
bread made without Hour ha. b. i
ped by Ephralm Rabinowlta
, Jewish scientist In Palestine, ac-
cording to word received by the
Sunday Dispatch. The Dispatch
The Y. M. H. A. sponsored 'The
Fust Dance ol Summer" last Tues-
day evening at which tune all inn,;
nei and friends were Invited. The
committee on arrai wen
Dr. Fred Lebos Mr. Max M. .luster.
Dr. J. i- Schwartz, Mr. Sol i"
man. Mr. Adolph Weil, and Dr. V
M Rosenthal.
aj that the new type ot bread ii
already In use in Prance and will
shortly be made In England, it "^
expected thai Rabinowitz's discov-
ery will completi itionize the
bread industrj ol the world. Pre-
mier Mussolini ol Paly Is said to
have hailed Rabinowitz't discovers
as the greatest contribution to man-
kind since the di covery ot elec-
tricity,
Tin tructlng a
Lenii such a heoric
. e will take
in buildil
this will be known here as the
Three Year Plan.
A British exp turned
from Tibet with a .-lory ol having
found a mountain higher than
raphers are frankly
:. as there Is ni record ol it
having been lost.
Mr. and Mrs. j. ottenberg and
i; .lean, and :
i:. Mr.-. Pastor, lonin
New York. They are expected I
turn in several weeks.
Miss Sara Schidner and I
Safer, recently wed at Lakeland, are
honeymooning in Miami.
a wife is thai extraordinary crea-
ture who insist.- that a man keep
his waistline down and lei-:- In-
sulted if he eats less than three
i her home-made cake at a
sitting.
Mr : d Mi'-. D. Ilillman and son,
Arthur, accompanied their daughter
and sister Mildred Adelle. to Co-
lumbUS, (la., where Mildred Will
spend part of the summer.
Congress labored hard and earn-
estly. Hut Judging from the public's
comments, nobody I to miss
it much.
Chicago reports that the "speak -
ie.s" have reached maturity, some
ol them did not stop here, but an
proceeding on their way toward
senility.
Miss Florence Wittenstein is visit-
In Pennsylvania,
Mr. and Mrs. N. Abrams and two
daughters, Miriam and Selma, an
spending the summer in Atlantic
City.
Ruth Esta Rosen. Evelyn Meiten
Elaine Klepper, Mrs. J Rosen, and
Mrs. S. Klepper will spend the firs
two weeks of July at Dayton.i
Beach.
When some people arc unable to
do a thing they boast ol it.
Mrs. m. Kottelman, of Sanford,
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. Braver-
man and family.
Rob some men of their conceit
and there would be nothing left.
Paul Wolly, ol New York, recently
vi.-itcd Mr. and Mrs. L. Wolly and
family ol this city.
With some people prospcriiv i.
the advance ..eem ol adversity.
Misses Beatric Lieberman, Dor-
othy Baker and Gertrude Haimo-
wltz spent Sunday in Daytona.
It Is easier lor a dentist to til! an
aching void than a lone, felt want.
Whinin;: women and children arc
bad enough, but deliver us from
Whining men!
.\i; Rose Lefkowitz, guesl ol Mr
and Mrs. M. Lefkowitz plans to
spend some tune at Daytona Beach
returning to her home in
Salem. N. C.
Manv a man thinks that he is
choosing a wife when as a matter
ot she does the choosing.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Kamenofl and
sons. Abe and Jack, have returned to
Orlando alter a visit among rela-
tives in South Carolina.
IV
n-
r-
ia
of
V


KffiSffiSTtsv
fe,rti
^^-q^j.S^e^^^TCKi?-;-v,:.v^






Page hour
THE JEWISH FIOKIDIAN
Friday. June 29. 1934
KaiMii ^ynagurj Sullrtitt
Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTE1
Founder mnd Dr. i:utf of America
Sunday Mornings U'lQU, Miami. Florida
Vol. IV.
SUNDAY, .11 ne :i. io:;4
No. :-
"Lite's Battles: Firstly. The Battlefield"
Siripturr Reading, Deut.. Chapter \\\. verses 19 and :.
t in a Li I
Ba-
::. for the existei
continual search
I
- I

tfects of ngage ii m-
Eor our very existence. Evi
. Fighting 1 nature
Bi higher n. Merely to li
... : isly mai ''' al
.
:
precedent to proj And
co!.. alt of thi
: I..
:-:
Ratal
not en 1
of the activities 1
.... :
b.- -.:._ a witness to 1
Wil
bu: .so 100 w
aevo;d ol 11 sal
fall. If we 1 is not
- .
can 1 failui


in the series 1


': .
: me I

Wl
you wou
.
en-
dc-.<
nique o! ove:
patl
a worm
all throuf h the 1
to lile and progress are overco::.'
B;;:. you 1 not endowed wil proi :. :.
I : .:...:.; ::. ::. :.' : : trail
of the primitive
take:. Man has been end'
other foi
life. v.".
half the battle would be won :
enen. .
Oil! I'll
full.' :
to catch yoi.

in futun
thai
In (
you the advice o: .
couraged."
I be::- ve that O
of life, to I .low-beings, and an honor I 1
I bell
by I made worthy to
enjoy thi life, which 1 believe are in .store for mi
I believe that my soul i.s too good to be crushed by defeat; I wil
above it. I believe that I am the architect of my own fati :.' n :ore.
I will be master of circun. nd surroundings, not their
I will no- yield to discoura I will trample them under foot
c>:.-.- I
H
poi
.

eedom,
.. ti-Nazi
.;.
"'......... -
____________
system-
" sentiment
entire
Kpn
and
01 the 11
ictivltl) rtually all the
1
.^liopv powerful live and
ten cent chain
the bo; movi ment and
:: m Oer-
Ultl 1 Li m ;

fi r prodUCl
Oermai
such information among American
manufacturers, wholesalei and re-
tailers and thus stimulated a re-
vival in many languislilnt; Amer-
can industries.
Adams Grocery
1472 S. W. Gth Sir. ,1 '
GROCERIES AMI MEAT8
FKESll VEGETABLES
EVERY DAY
+
^JErararaj^J2JBj^fgJTifZrajTif?Ijej7if7i^^
For Fresh



Sea Foods
STOP AT
CAPT. TOM'S
FISH MART

OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST
Our Fish arc the freshest ( aught by our own boats dail\ *
11 ii i~ Sea Food, we have it at >'- very beat, and at attractively
Ion prices. Our method ol haiidiini and gelling Sea I nod i> In ob-
servance with all the sanitary rules and regulations.
: : : :-
HERSH CARLTON HOTE1
CHELSEA AVENUE AMI BEACH
Miami, ( itj V .1.
OWNERSHIP MANAt IEMENT
Our S
I rd of ]
' 11'piKiiu- 1-2578
I
OPEN Ml II Mi 1
I
-
THE LELANDE-DAVIS HOTEL
ATLANTIC CITY* NEWEST AND FINEST JEWISH HOI
Massachusetts Avenue and Beach1 Opposite Helm Pier
mi 1 MM LAWS EXCELLENT FOOD MODERATE RATES
< heerful Rooms and Baths Sun Dirk
' I APPLEBAUM, Ma:.;, 1
: :;
MUSH DANCING ENTERTAINMENT
GIFT CENTER
Muai's Busiest
Americas Urges!

RED CROSS
DRUG
DEPARTMENT
I STORE]
j&IEFUglcrj
GREATER VALUES
Phone 2-6551
Adulu 20,.
1 hildren lor
Boa Offlra
opens 8:48
p.m. -undty
Evenings 20i
Sunday. Monday, July 1-:_
MARIE DRESSLER
LIONEL BARRYMORE
"Dinner at Eight"
JEAN HAKI.OW III I |[ \( i
lectricily
IS YOUR
CHEAPEST
SERVANT..
UseM
HOMES !
FOR SALE
or
RENT
III All Sri lions ol Miami
PRICED REASONABLY
Dade County
Security Co.
117 v e. First Avenue
S<>\ Bean Bread
sriii other vcffttablt hrcrf"
GOOD HEALTH BAKING
COMPANY, INC.
2165 W. FUclcr St. PbMM Mill
U(U Washington Avenue. M. B.
The "Good Health" KmJ
- _____________4
Dr. Chas. Beckwitt
OPTOMETRIST
"24 years in Miami

[Correctly prescribed and auur-
Italy fitted Kla-s.s over a period
of more than 24 years.
CAREFUL ATTENTION
TO
COSMETIC VALUES, STYLES.
and TYPES
36 N E, FIRST A\ I

I
t------------------------; ^
White Oak Leather
I Half Soles 50c|
LADIES REELS ....... 15r
I ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP |
240 N. I Fir.l A. 0p Cort Hue


,I(lay. .June 29. 1934
atthe
movies'

(fever In ""' history of the screen
I ( ,,m of the magnitude of
tinner at Bight" playing at the
ill Avenue Theatre Sunday and
jopday.
[{ere we have Marie Dressier as
flamboyant retired musical-com-
Lv star. John Barrymore as a "has
Ion matinee idol, Wallace Beery
I a vulgar but powerful million-
rr. Jean Harlow as his cheating
Rjle. Lionel Barrymore as a ship-
builder lacing business catastrophe.
Lr Tracy as a Broadway theatrical
Ken!. Edmund Lowe as a society
ftctor.
THE JEWISH FLORILMAN
JEAN HARLOW
IBillie Burke as a Park Avenue
Btess, Madge Evans as he rdaugh-
Ir engaged to one man but in love
':: another; Jean Hersholt as a
Ibv producer. Karen Morley as the
1c of the fickle doctor. Louise
m aer Hale as a "poor relation."
p....p> Holmes as Miss Evans' un-
suitor, May Robson as
* cook on whom falls the actual
ponsibility for the succes of the
iner.
Chrt Una." Greta Qarbo's
Idwyn-Mayer picture
"'.- years, which comes Sunday
n.'i;r. and Tuesday to the Tlvoli
>':. promises to make film hi.s-
I* tor three reasons:
P' reunlti Qarbo with John Oll-
>' aftei a screen separation of
' yeai and brings him out of
ireim-ut for a triumphal ret urn
H ;>i
QUESTIONS AM, ANSWERS
Q.Why do Protestants dlacrlmi-
nate against Jews and Catholics in
economic, educational and social
activities?
A.Protest am.s are not the only
'""'' practicing such discrimination
II Is practiced by aU three groups.
Positions, business and friends are
in the family." n seems that these
things take place on the basis, not
so much of religion fundamentally.
as on the basis of cultural Interests
and geographical distribution. It is
the popular opinion, in Boston for
instance, that an Irish Catholic has
about a thousand times better
chance in the public school system
than does one of another racial or
religious group. Positions in the
financial realm In Boston are prob-
ably held in an overwhelming ma-
jority by the old stock, which is
largely Protestant, and certain areas
of merchandising are carried on al-
most exclusively by the Jews. Ob-
viously, within these circles they
'take care of one another." There
are social discriminations and the
Jews are undoubtedly sinned against.
Time and such seminars sponsored
by the National Conference of
Jews and Christians will do much
to dissipate prejudice and foster
friendly understandings and even
intimate friendships.
Q.Is a Catholic free to think
out his own opinions?
A.It is wrong to assert that I
Catholics, m believing, give up then-
freedom of intellect, in believing
they accept what they deem to be
revealed truth; and to Catholics to
accept this truth is to be freed
from falsehood and error in re-
ligion. And outside the domain of.
faith and morals, Catholics use
their reason and have opinions just
as other men have. To a Catholic,
his faith is no more a hindrance to i
his freedom than his earth-lnduc-
tor compass was to Lindbergh m his
flight to Paris; it hindered him
from losing his way.
Q.Are Jews boorish and ill-
mannered?
A.The answer to this cannot be
made unless one understands the ;
historic background. For many cen- :
curies this people lived under re-
straint and oppression of all kinds.
It accumulated immeasurable re-
servoirs of vitality and energy
Which, when the lid was lifted,
spends itself. This accounts for the
eagerness of the Jew to establish
himself, for his indefatigable nergy.
even to the sacrifice of some of the,
finer qualities. But this, too, is a
generalization which Is unfair. Jews
who have not the background of
broad culture and education and
social experience are, just as any
other people with a similar back-
Page Five
ground, often ill-mannered and
annoying but. at the same time, it
would be unfair to generalize about
the whole people as there are cul-
tured Jews who are pos.ses.sed of
all the delicacy ol feeling, the re-
tlnement, and the culture of our
contemporary life, it all comes back
to the question of generalizations
There are polished Jews and there
are cultivated Jews, just as there
are boorish Christians and culti-
vated Christians. The tragedy is in
making the generalization.
That the position of the social
worker was of tremendous import-
ance today, that the road was diffi-
cult, and that misleading "Isms"
should be avoided, were stressed by
Felix M Warburg in an address to
the graduating class of the Gradu-
ate School for Jewish Social Work
last week.
Remarking that the last few Na-
tional Jewish Social Work Con-
ferences had been disappointing, he
called attention to the need for
loyalty, devotion and service on the
part of the social worker toward the
causes and the people they are sup-
posed to serve.
Dr. William F. Russell. Dean of
Teachers College, Columbia Uni-
versity, in speaking on "Social
Change and Social Justice" outlined
the attitude that the average edu-
cated man and woman should main
tain toward social change. He stress-
ed the importance of recognizing
that a new social order will not
come entirely out of the activities
of the present. Social change is a
long, slow movement and is toe
large for any one individually ta j
see. Social change is a consecutive
succession of small changes, each l
related to the other and each mak- '
ing its contribution toward the ulti-
mate improvement of social, politi-
cal and human relations. In build-
ing the new social order we mast |
not overlook the achievements and j
the gains of the past.
"What the Community Expects
from the Trained Jewish Social
Worker" was discussed by Dr. Solo-
mon Lowensteln, Director of the
Federation for the Support of Jew-
[ ish Philanthropic Societies of New
York. He indicated that personality,
training and skill are taken for
granted. He pointed out, however,
that in increasing instances in re-
cent months social workers have
been giving time to activities which
have no bearing on their expected
routines and the requirements ol
their daily work. He challenged the
flaunting and defying of the sup-
porting clientele of social agencies
by groups of social workers. Altho
the reasonableness of an individuals
right to freedom of thought and
action should be maintained, Dr.
Lowensteln emphasized the contra-
diction which is inherent in pur-
suing a philosophy or a program of
action which is in conflict with that
of a social service agency. He closed
with the coment that social work-
ers must align themselves with the
policies of their agencies and that
the opposite alternative is neither
honorable nor ethical.
Dr. Maurice J. Karpf, Director of
the School, in his Charge to the
Graduating Class, emphasized the
adoption of working principles
which included a recognition of the
social workers relation to Jewish
community life, acceptance of re-
sponsibility for the technical re-
quirements of his work, a recogni-
tion of the clear-cut distinction be-
tween social work and social re-
form, and concern with professional
status for professional advance-
ment.
Rabbis Break With Orthodox
Union on Kashruth Issue
New York.Resentment over the
activity of the Union of American
Orthodox Congregations in dispers-
ing kashruth certification for vari-
ous food products in competition
with the rabbis has caused the Agu-
dath Harobonin iUnion of Ortho-
dox Rabbisi to break off all rela-
tions with the Union of American
Orthodox Congregations, according
to a statement by Rabbi Joseph
Konvitz. president of the rabbinical
union. Rabbis I. Z. Margulies and
Israel Rosenberg, representatives of
the rabbis on the Union's executive
board, have resigned. The rabbis
contend that by issuing kashruth
certification the Union is infring-
ing upon a traditional rabbinical
function.
In order to be at her silver wed-
ding anniversary a woman is will-
ing to admit that she isn't so young
as she used to be.
+------
Even when the 200-inch tele-
scope is set up and ready for look-
ing at the glories of distant uni-
verses, there will still be lots of
people who will take more interest
in what they can see by peeping
through a keyhole.
GROSSMAN'S
HOTEL
New Jersey Avenue, near Beach
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Offering Fine Accommodations
at Moderate Terms
The Foremost Hotel in Atlantic
City Catering to Jewish Clientele
Dietary Laws Courteous Service
Sea Water in All Bathrooms
ALWAYS OPEN
Josef Grossman's
Sons
SEND YOUR LACNDRY
TO THE
HOME SERVICE
Laundry
ROY H. TURNER. Prop.
122S K. W. lh St. Phont 1 H!(
WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER
+
THOSE COOL LOOKING
LINEN SUITS
WERE PROBABLY "LAUNDERED TO MEASURE"
BY US!
MIAMI LAUNDRY
CALLED FOR
AND DELIVERED
50'
PHONE
2-5111
TORGSIN STORES
carry an extensive line of high
quality suits, dresses, coats,
shoes; cotton, silk and woolen
goods; food stuffs, household
utensils, soaps, tobaccos, sweets
and countless other articles;
(imported and domestic).
All these can be obtained at
TORGSIN by your relatives, IF
YOU SEND THEM A TORGSIN
ORDER.

The Dollar buys now more
than ever in the Soviet Union.
For Torgain order* visit your
local bank or authorized agent
John QiUbjUU
ft- the picture that Garbo has
ntPt' to do all her life because
fen Christina of Sweden la her
|ri' historical character
most ambitious film pro-
r""1 With sets that rival the
[d "l the Cloth of Gold for their
_ and b0i|uty that is to be seen
lr'""' years.
* Garbo in the title role de-
fa many months of laborious re-
ft1 m Swedish museums to col-
' ^ala' a" information available.
I hundreds of old Plate.- and en-
["";s lo make the picture au-
Wc,
JOHN B. ORR, Inc.
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
147 N. E. Sixth Street, Miami, Fla.
Craftsmen in
STUCCO
PLASTER
COT STONE
SCULPTURE
I
f
INTERIOR DECORATING
ORIGINAL QUARRIES OF FLORIDA KEY STONE
Service Beyond The Contract
General Representative in U.S.A
at AMTORQ. 261 Fifth Avo, N.Y.
+----
FOR
THE FINEST
IN DELICATESSEN.
DAIRY AND BAKERY
PRODUCTS
TRY
SCHIFF'S
169 N. W. 5th Street
Corner of 2nd Avenue
"A Trial Here Will Save
You Money"
t
ii
.1
iv
n-
r-
la
of
nd
V


Page Six
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. June 29. 1934
1

What Shall We Have For
I urn In-.in or Dinner Today?
This problem is easily solved by
"Modern Kosher Meals." by Mil-
dred Bellin. with menus and recipes
planned for each month of the
year based on current food supplies.
Here Is a new cook book which
solves the perplexing daily problem
01 the housewife as to what to give
her family in the form of meals
which must be economical, modern.
scientifically-balanced and Kosher.
Heretofore this has been difficult,
but Modern Kosher Meals makes it
simple and easy.
Mrs. Bellin. who is B student of
dietetics, has used a new plan in the
book. She has arranged menus for
a week in each month of thi
Recipes for all dishes included,
which have been tried and tested In
the author's own kitchen, are given.
These contain the foods mast plen-
tlful at the season for which they
are planned, thus supplying dishes
which are not only delicious, easy
to prepare seasonable, but best ol
all. retain the flavor of "mother's
cooking."
You will be delightfully surprised
by the simplicity of the menus sug-
gested and the ease with which they
can be prepared. You will find that
Modern Kosher Meals will be an in-
dispensable adjunct to every well-
equipped kitchen.
West Palm Beach
Notes
Beth El Congregation was held
Wednesday night at the Synagogue
with Sam Scher presiding in the
absence of the president Mr. H
Gold who is in New York City With
imily.
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. H. Lessler leu
by auto for Rome. Ga.. where they
will spend several week.- with rela
lives and 11 lends.
FIND BODY SITTING
IN OPENED GRAVE
Dr. and Mrs. Carl N. Herman lefl
for their annual summer vacation,
visiting many places of interest
prior to their return just before the
High Holidays
During the absence of Dr. Carl
N, Herman services will be conduct-
ed at Beth Israel every Friday
night With a lay member in chargl
Congregation Beth El holds regu-
lar Friday night services at its
Synagogue on Fern street.
Mr. and Mrs. Al. Wachsman lefl
by auto for a vacation during which
1 hey will visit California prior to
their return to the City 111 the early
Fall.
Classified
AWNINGS
FOR SHUTTER AWNINGS see the
Duplex shutter Co. Prices right -
estimates free Let US protect your
home from storms 6iiS N. W. ">4th
St. Phone Edgewater !'is:.
GARAGES
ROLLINS a BOGGS
Spei: Gi ral Motor
Repaii Wheel Aligning. Brake
Lining, Etc
146 N.W. 5th St. Phone 2-2447
The Workers Circle of West Palm
Beach installed its newly elected
Officers at a banquet held in the
home of Mr and Mrs. M. Jacobs on
Jessamine street. Officers inducted
were: Mrs. Morris Jacobs, financial
secretary; Morris Moss, recording
ary; John Wolf, treasurer,
and Harry Greenblatt hospitaler
Among those taking part were
guests from the Jacksonville and
Miami branches.
What is expected to be one ol the
most successful bridge parties ol
the current season Is a benefit
bridge planned for C01
Beth El at the home ot Mr and
Mrs. Sam Scher on Ocean Bl\d in
Palm Beach this coming Sunday
night. July 1st. The public Is In-
vited to attend Pi Izes nill be a'
ed for his.!', scores and refreshments
will i>
New Haven. Conn. The body Ol
Louis Michalson, 77. buried June 18.
was found yesterday In a sitting
position m in.- coffin in the Bharay
Tora cemetery' and Wesl Havi 1
. sought a negro for qui
Ing.
Authorities said the body wai
found by Dominlck DeBlasa ol Wi
Haven, when he passed the Jewish
cemetery. The grave, they believe,
was opened Saturday night.
A theory ul robbery was advanced
by the police, although according
to Jewish custom. Michaelson was
buned without Jewelry or other
valuable-
Mrs. DeBlasa, whose husband digs
the graves In the cemetery, told
police that a negro bearing a paper
came to the DeBlasa home last
night and inquired abou the loca-
tion of a Bridgeport man's
The negro appeared nervous. Mrs.
DeBiasa said, and kept mutt"
to himself
of New York City will present a
silver insignia of the organization
to be placed among the mementoes
In the chapel dedicated to the Un-
known Soldier.
The Him Millard E. Tydings. U.
S. Senator from Maryland, will be
th,- guest speaker, The u. S. Navy
Band will render patriotic selec-
tions.
The various veterans and wel-
tare organisations will be represent-
ed,
The Washington Committee In
1 ol arrangements Is headed
by the Local Commander of the
Jewish War Veterans, Or. ivy Pelz-
mali He is being assisted by Mr.
- 1; ol the Jewish Wel-
fare Board, Mr Samuel Rose. Mr.
Joseph Barr, Mr. A. Shefferman,
Dr. Alec- Rosenblum and Mr. N. S.
Silverberg.
GROCERS
An important meeting ol th
cal Bnai Brit!: Lodge will be held
Monday evening, July 2nd, at the
Mote! All members are
urged to attend.
SHELL'S
1235 S. W. 8th St.
Mr, and Mrs Maurice Dickson
and daughter returned to the city
after an auto trip through the
State.
An important business meetin
INSURANCE
For Insurance Consult
JACK J. ATKINS
Representing
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.
907 Biscayne Bank Bide. Ph. 2-6085
MI1.I.WORK
Millwork. Screen Windows and
Spindle Doors: Cabinet Work.
LEE NOVELTY WORKS
221 N. W. 26th St Phone 2-1469
PIANO TUNING
PIANOS TCNED and repaired. W.
Ilehr. Phone 218.17. 30 year
tory work. 1759 N. W. 1-t St.
REAL ESTATE
W. L. HARRIS
Real Estate Service
749 Ingraham I'.l.l..
Phone 2-1191
ROOFING
BOBBINS ROOFING A SHEET
METAL WORKS
Responsible Roofers since 1919
Inspections and Estimates I
222 N.W. 26th St. Phone 2-3705
Those
Visitors
Who know
Choose
THE BILTMORE
while in ATLANTIC CITY
Because at the BILTMORI I
an- assun
in service hot and cold
r baths sui: bathin
directly from hotel .. convenient
open-air dining room for bat
. modern cuisineyet food
prepared m accordance with
DIETARY LAWS s, 1 lal
arranges ENTERTAINMENT and
DANCING nightly.
ownership Management
WMMAI.AM ITMAX
MODERN BUSINESS
DEMANDS THAT YOUR
TRAINING SHOULD BE
OF THE VERY BEST....
ency, certain knowledge and substantial background
are your key to business success y. 1 can get them all thru
training at this University win not a 01 our
ini SS training? It Will help you 'o get and hold a busi-
ness position
INDIVIDUAL ATTENTION To EACH STUDENT
SOUTHERN BROTHERS
MIAMI BUSINESS UNIVERSITY, INC.
Security Building iTop Floon Phone 2-3220
SPECIAL EVENING CLASSES MONDAY WEDNESDAY
and FRIDAY. 6 to 9 O'CLOCK
All graduates being placed in good p
A wife is that extraordinary]
ture who insists that a man]
his waistline down and fwj
suited if he eats less than
slices of her home-made cakd
sitting.
Independence Day wil be proper-
ly observed on July 4th. at 11 o'-
clock by the Jewish War Veterans
of the United Slates at the- amphi-
theater. Arlington National O
Virginia.
Representatives from Ne York
Providence. R. I. Cl< Ohio.
Philadelphia and Wash:: I
ted to be present. The Nal
al President. Mr. William Berman
Many a man thinks that
choosing a wife when at a
of fact she does the ehoosinj
TiVOLI
Show. H:H .nd 8 00 f. n
20c till 6:30 Evening 25J
Matinees Saturday and suJ
Continuous : to n
Sunday- Monday. Tuesday,
July 1-2-3
GRETA QARBO
JOHN GILBERT
"Queen Christina
AS ALWAYS
"Bundles of Satisfaction"
BILTMORE LAUNDRY
DRY GLEANING
RUGS BLANKETS DRAPES PILLOWS CURTAIN!
Fight Hitlerism
BY HELPINI
ITS ENEMICI
Hitler knows that those who oppose him or even dare to criticll
him are his enemies He does not discriminate between Jews all
Christians, intellectuals and trade unionists, pacifists and llbe|
lists and Communists, If they express then- opposition
Hitelrl "- the; are to be repressed or exterminated. The interrJ
tional Reliel A n recognizing the fact that all am |
haie one common enemy Hitlerism, strives to help the victims
the Nazis without regard to race, religious beliefs, or political pis|
Ions, II operatl the BtriCteSl non-sectarian. inni-piirtK
lines. Not onlj International Relief Association, throuaj
Its committees In Prance, Sweden, Norway. Switzerland, aa
ikia. h.ip German refugees and cooperate with j
d for reliel ol special professional and racial German groan
but II distributes rein: ai widely as possible, through undergroun]
channels, within Germany. The families of those imprisoned
exiled ar. given the strength to endure and the courage to figl
Hitlerism by the material and moral support of frlnds In foreig]
lands.
Through Its American Committee, the International Relief Assocj
ation, winch was founded several years ago by Albert Einsteq
Heinrich Mann Ernsl Toller. Karl von Ossietcky, and others
help victims ot racial and civil oppression everywhere appeals
the reader- ol the JEWISH FLORIDIAN to help the German maj
tyrs to freedom.
THE need is GREAT. VOUR RESPONSE SHOULD BE
IMMEDIATE.
Make all contributions payable to Freda Kirchwey. Treasurer.
Room 4(11, 20 Vesey Street. New York.
American Committee
INTERNATIONAL RELIEF ASS\|
OSWALD GARRISON VILLARD. Chairman
FRED KIRCHWEY, Treasurer
STERLING D. SPERO. Secretary
Willard E Atkins
Roger Baldwin
Charles a. Beard
Howard Becker
Franz Boas
Man B. GiLson
Louis M Hacker
Powers Hapgood
Abram L Harris
Hornell Hart
Edgar 8. Brightman James O. Heller
Paul P Brissenden Francis a. Henson
v P. Calverton
Adelaide T <
Edmund B. Chaffee
Stuart Chase
Morrl R 1 hen
George S Counts
Jerome Da
Edward T, Devine
John Dew- -.
Emmeti E Dorsej
I
Lewis 8 Gannett
Hair; i lideon e
Charles C. Noble
William F. Ogburn
H. A. Overstieet
John Dos Passes
William Pickeni
Amos R E Pinchot
A. Clayton Powell. 1
Melville J Herskovits Curtis Reese
John Haynes Holmes Ira De A. Re'd
B. J. Hovde Elmer Rice
William Lloyd Imes Diego Rivera
William r. Kilpatruk Harold RU
Thorsten Sellln Arthur W. Macnia
J. B. Matthews Abba Hillel Silver
Broadus Mitchell Upton Sinclair
Tucker P. Smith
ih
Wesley C Mitchell
Paul Mum
Jesse H New Ion
Relnhold Niebuhr
David K. Niles
Donald W. McConnell
Benjamin Stolberg
Goodwin Watson
Bertram D. Wolfe
Theresa Wolfsoii


Full Text

PAGE 1

% wjewisti florid!iai fi V„l. 7-\o. 26 I IQRIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKL Y MIAMI, FLORIDA. IHI DAY, JUNE 29. MM 'rice I ive Cent' Jewish News Around The World Day Is Set Aside For Raisin" Fund Jews To Serve Robert R. Taylor on Miami Board Thanks Friends •Announcements \.i/i Often "Proof Jesus Was Aryan. Not Jew Berlin. Jesus was not a Jew but a "true Aryan" whose teachings prove that lie was also "a true Nad." Arthur Dlnter, Nazi spokesman, said at a meeting here. Claiming thai Jesus' preachments oi unselfishness were like Nazi teachings and that his ousting of the moneychangers from the Temple was "unassailable proof" of Jesus' Aryan illty, Dinter said he had found numerous evidences of Jesus' Aryan origin. Dinter further asserted that tin circumcision oi Jesus was a iable. charging that the Jews only intended to circumcize him but lain abstained, thus proving that they did not regard him as a Jew National Committee Is Organized To Plan Religion and Welfare Recovery Tallahai tee, Governor Sholtz proclaimed July 10 as a speria] day to raise s:iu.ooo by "public subscription" tn Insure the continued maintenance ill the Florida exhibit at the world's fair. The governor said "a grave financial emergency has arisen and it becomes necessary that all subscriptions made by the boards of county commissioners be turned into cash at once, and that there be raised in addition at leasl 130.000." He described the Florida exhibit as resulting In even greater benefit to this state during the coming fall and winter" than did the exhibit at last year's Century ol I'rogress. Lorenzo A. Wilson of Jacksonville. chairman ol the Florida World's Fair Commission was named general chairman of the fund-raising campaign. v. Iiington, June 20For the firsl ious and welfare leaders oi tinJewish, Catholic and Prov faiths met together on : iy ill last week and organiz ed tinNational Committee of Re.ind Welfare Recovery, with W Head of St. Louis, presiie Boy Scouts of America, i ilrman and Dr. E. Graham General Secretary, Board tional Missions. Presbyterian Church in the U. S. A., as Chair: the Executive Committee. imc two hundred prominent leaders of various faiths have accepted membership on the NaCommlttee, including college and university presidents, secreol church, educational and mission boards, executives ol welfare groups, bishops, rabbis, mlnls: many denominations, senator.bankers, lawyers and business men. President Roosevelt extended -:i tings to the Conference through tary ol Commerce Daniel C Eloper and expressed "deep interests in the efforts that you are now effecting among the religious group oi citizens." Dr. Maurice S. Sheeny of the lie University of America commended the efforts as another opportunity for members of the different faiths to understand each o her better. He stated that religion needs such a movement to develop a science of ecclesiastic which would enable all reorganizations to distribute U| lily among their constituents burden of support and winch "'ild insure that money contributed be spent most economically ;;ii recovery must begin with 'he individual's relationship to Ood," Dr. Sheehy said. "Only il % %  > stay through the summer months. But when they have concluded thenstay with us. let us go after another class of tourists, those unable to enjoy our winter season but -hose who'can vs.. with us „. May. Jun* ,„„ v and AUgUSt. There may be and probably arc others who cannot visit us except in fall. We must seek these tourists, wo. ..This is what Greater Miamians. inc.. thinks It can do. It has no poutlcal M pecl whatever and is no. interested in the vaguest nutnnerm politics. Its chlel aim to sohd „„ effort in widespread advertising m behalf of this district. It hopes to be an organization representative of all opinion of the various communities in Miami and when lh ere are funds to be used for advertising it does not expect to adml nis,er Uiese funds but to be In a position to recommend the manner in which such funds shall be spent to achieve the maximum value. At the Wednesday meeting of the Miami Chamber of Commerce Chas. D. Leffler pioneer Miamian was chosen president. E. B. Elliott and Francis M. Miller vice presidents. W Keith Phillips secretary, and H G. Retalick treasurer. Among those selected on the Board of Directois are the followinu prominent Jewish citizens. A. A. Ungar. Day J. Apte. Mark Max, and Harold A. Landfield. B. R. Kessler, executive secretary. In his annual report showed .. membership increase ol 117 per cent during the last year. The report also shows that 128.828 interviews had been held at the information desk; there were 94.591 incoming telephone calls. 27.495 outgoing telephone calls. 69,591 pieces of mail received, 78.649 pieces of mail sent out. 485 pieces o fmail answered and referred. 5.009 conferences with the secretary, 1.050 meetings with the secretary, includIng national recovery administration, and more than 7.000 personal calls on business men by the membership division. We reel that the city has again become civic-minded, now thai businese interests are on a forward trend, and naturally are delighted •hat the chamber oi commerce has had Its part m the work." Secretary Kessler said in the report. We have co-operated with various hotels and associations in bringIng numerous conventions to the city and several new industries have located here through the aid of the Information department," he said. Robert R. Taylor, nominated as county solicitor in Tuesday's primary, issued the following statemen: yesterday: "I take this opportunity to express my heartfelt thanks to the voters of Dade county for the support they gave my candidacy. I will accept the position gained at your hands fully appreciative of the i deep obligation I owe to you to conduct the office as you would want it conducted. To those friends Who gratuitously worked so tirelessly in my behalf. I am also deeply mat. fill. "I want all to know that I bear no malice or enmity to those who worked or voted for my opponent. I invite them to join with me, looking forward to a harmony and understanding bigger than the friendly rivalry we have just concluded. TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 137 N. R. Nineteenth Street 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. Merchant Meets Sudden Death Memorial Held To Honor Apte One of the most impressive gatherings was the memorial service held at the clubrooms of the Youiv: Men's Hebrew Association Wednesday night honoring the memory ol the late Albert Apte. The memorial meeting was opened with brief remarks by Mr. Al Rosenfeld president of the organization. Rabbi S. M. Machtei of the Radio Synagogue recited a number of prayers and delivered a memorial address. A memorial resolution expressing the syir. pathy and regret of the organization was then unanimously adopted. The "Hazkoro" or memorial prayc. was then chanted by Cantor Nathan Wroobel following which the meeting was adjourned in memory of the deceased. •We should like to make it clear to everyone that there is no agency. association or ontani/ation in Miami which now covers 'lie particular job Greater Miamians. metopes to do. We are confident we can fill a long felt need in Miami with the support of all the communities involved and with the membership in Greater Miamians. Inc., growing as it is. we are encouraged to believe that support is given entirely." Early last Sunday morning the truck in which Albert Apte. prominent young produce merchant ol this city W8i traveling overturned while near Raeford. N. C. and yOUng Apte was instantly killed. Apte. who had been a resident ol Miami for a number of yearand active in the affairs of the Young Men's Hebrew Association was thirty-two years old and had been engaged in the produce business for the past several years. He was delivering a truckload of oranges to customers in the North when the accident happened. He leaves surviving him his wife, two sons aged five and two. a father Hyman. and two brothers Murray and Jack. The body was met at Aberdeen. N. C. by Jack Apte, and then carried to New York City where interment was in the cemetery of a benefit society of which the deceased had been a member. Memorial services in memory of the deceased was held by the Young Men's Hebrew Association last Wednesday night. Conference to be Held Soon The semi-annual conference of Orthodox and Conservative Laymen of the State of Florida will be held the latter part of next month according to plans anounced by Mr. B. J. Cohen of Orlando, president of the organization. At this conference plans will be submitted for the legislative program to be submitted at the 1935 session of the Florida Legislature. Among the bills that will be offered are a Kosher Law. a law dc to prohibit the dissemination of propoganda designed to create racial prejudices. The latter bill is one that was approved by the lower houses of the New York and New Jersey legislatures. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) IMS S. W. Third Street JULIUS WASHER. Rabbi Services begin tonight at 6:30 p m. Saturday morning services begin at 9 a. m. Mincha services at 6:30 p. m. followed by the Maariv service. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) ill Wuhincton Ave.. Miami Beaih DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM. Rabbi Services begin tonight at 6:30 p. m. Tomorrow morning services 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 11 uiiiervativt j IJ N. W. Third Aeenae 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. Primary Result Brings Surprise The results of the run-off primary held last Tuesday resulted in a number of surprises. The splendid showing of John Lindsey in his unsuccessful race for the legislature, in Group 2. and the defeat of Ernest P. Roberts for the Legislature in Group 3. and the carrying of Dade County for Claude Pepper candidate for the United States Senate were the surprises of the primary results. Robert R. Taylor will succeed Fred Pine the incumbent as County Solicitor. S. P. Robineau will return to the Legislature, and Glenn Mincer will serve in the Legislature in Group 3 from Dade County. Mrs. Nell K. Walker will be the first woman board member of the School Board of Dade County as a result of the splendid race in which she defeated the incumbent Dr. Ayars. RADIO SYNAGOG Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder and director of the Radio Synagog. will preach over station WIOD on Sunday morning at nine on "Life's Battles; Two,—Armament.'' This is the second in the series dealing with the problems and struggles of life which the individual encounters m his search for happiness. In addition to the sermon there will be prayers, scripture reading, and a question box. IT nria ol ml %



PAGE 1

KffiSffiSTtsv fe,rti ^^-q^j.S^e^^^TCKi?-;-v,:.v^ %  • Page hour THE JEWISH FIOKIDIAN Friday. June 29. 1934 KaiMii ^ynagurj Sullrtitt Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTE1 Founder mnd Dr. i:utf of America SUNDAY MORNINGS U'lQU, MIAMI. FLORIDA Vol. IV. SUNDAY, .11 NE :i. io:;4 No. :"Lite's Battles: Firstly. The Battlefield" Siripturr Reading, Deut.. Chapter \\\. verses 19 and :. t in a Li I Ba ::. %  for the existei continual search I I %  tfects of ngage ii mEor our very existence. Evi Fighting 1 nature Bi higher n. Merely to li ... : isly mai '•'•' al : precedent to proj And co!.. alt of thi : I.. %  :: Ratal not en 1 of the activities 1 .... : b.-.:._ a witness to 1 Wil bu: .so 100 w aevo;d ol 11 sal fall. If we 1 is not can 1 failui %  %  in the series 1 %  %  ': : me I %  • Wl you wou • endc-.< nique o! ove: patl A worm all throuf h the 1 to lile and progress are overco::.' B;;:. you 1 not endowed wil proi :. :.• I : .:...:.; ::. ::. %  :.' : : trail of the primitive take:. Man has been end' other foi life. v.". half the battle would be won : enen. Oil! I'll full.' : to catch yoi. %  in futun thai In ( you the advice o: couraged." I be::ve that O of life, to I .low-beings, and an honor I 1 I bell by I made worthy to enjoy thi life, which 1 believe are in .store for mi I believe that my soul i.s too good to be crushed by defeat; I wil above it. I believe that I am the architect of my own fati •:.' n :ore. I will be master of circun. nd surroundings, not their I will noyield to discoura I will trample them under foot c>:.-.I H poi %  eedom, .. ti-Nazi .;„. %  % %  %  • • %  "' system" sentiment entire Kpn and 01 the 11 ictivltl) rtually all the 1 .^liopv powerful live and ten cent chain the bo; movi ment and :: m Oer%  Ultl % %  1 Li m ; %  fi r prodUCl Oermai such information among American manufacturers, wholesalei and retailers and thus stimulated a revival in many languislilnt; Amercan industries. Adams Grocery 1472 S. W. Gth Sir. ,1 GROCERIES AMI MEAT8 FKESll VEGETABLES EVERY DAY +— ^JErararaj^J2JBj^fgJTifZrajTif?Ijej7if7i^^ For Fresh %  %  %  %  Sea Foods STOP AT CAPT. TOM'S FISH MART £ OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST Our Fish arc the freshest — ( aught by our own boats dail\ 11 ii i~ Sea Food, we have it at >'very beat, and at attractively Ion prices. Our method ol haiidiini and gelling Sea I nod i> In observance with all the sanitary rules and regulations. %  : %  %  : %  %  : %  •:HERSH CARLTON HOTE1 CHELSEA AVENUE AMI BEACH Miami, ( itj V .1. OWNERSHIP MANAt IEMENT Our S I rd of ] 1 1 'piKiiu1-2578 I OPEN Ml II Mi 1 I THE LELANDE-DAVIS HOTEL ATLANTIC CITY* NEWEST AND FINEST JEWISH HOI Massachusetts Avenue and Beach—1 Opposite Helm Pier mi 1 MM LAWS EXCELLENT FOOD MODERATE RATES < heerful Rooms and Baths Sun Dirk %  I APPLEBAUM, Ma:.;, 1 : :; % %  MUSH DANCING — ENTERTAINMENT GIFT CENTER Muai's Busiest Americas Urges! RED CROSS DRUG DEPARTMENT I STORE] j&IEFUglcrj GREATER VALUES Phone 2-6551 Adulu 20,. 1 hildren lor Boa Offlra opens 8:48 p.m. -undty Evenings 20i Sunday. Monday, July 1-: MARIE DRESSLER LIONEL BARRYMORE "Dinner at Eight" JEAN HAKI.OW III I |[ \( i lectricily IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERVANT.. UseM HOMES FOR SALE or RENT III All Sri lions ol Miami PRICED REASONABLY Dade County Security Co. 117 v E. First Avenue S<>\ Bean Bread sriii other vcffttablt hrcrf" GOOD HEALTH BAKING COMPANY, INC. 2165 W. FUclcr St. PbMM Mill U(U Washington Avenue. M. B. The "Good Health" KmJ 4 Dr. Chas. Beckwitt OPTOMETRIST "24 years in Miami [Correctly prescribed and auurItaly fitted Kla-s.s over a period of more than 24 years. CAREFUL ATTENTION TO COSMETIC VALUES, STYLES. AND TYPES 36 N E, FIRST A\ I I t ; ^ White Oak Leather I Half Soles 50c| LADIES REELS 15r I ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP | 240 N. I Fir.l A. 0p Cort Hue



PAGE 1

, I(lay .June 29. 1934 atthe movies' %  (fever In ""' history of the screen I ( ,,M of the magnitude of tinner at Bight" playing at the ill Avenue Theatre Sunday and jopday. [{ er e we have Marie Dressier as flamboyant retired musical-comLv star. John Barrymore as a "has Ion matinee idol, Wallace Beery I a vulgar but powerful million%  rr Jean Harlow as his cheating Rjle. Lionel Barrymore as a shipbuilder lacing business catastrophe. Lr Tracy as a Broadway theatrical Ken!. Edmund Lowe as a society ftctor. THE JEWISH FLORILMAN JEAN HARLOW I Billie Burke as a Park Avenue Btess, Madge Evans as he rdaughIr engaged to one man but in love %  ':: another; Jean Hersholt as a IBV producer. Karen Morley as the %  1c of the fickle doctor. Louise m aer Hale as a "poor relation." p....p> Holmes as Miss Evans' unsuitor, May Robson as cook on whom falls the actual ponsibility for the succes of the iner. Chrt Una." Greta Qarbo's Idwyn-Mayer picture %  %  '.years, which comes Sunday %  n.'i;r. and Tuesday to the Tlvoli %  >• %  •'•: %  • %  promises to make film hi.sI* tor three reasons: P' reunlti Qarbo with John Oll%  >' aftei a screen separation of %  yeai and brings him out of %  ireim-ut for a triumphal ret urn H ;>i QUESTIONS AM, ANSWERS Q.—Why do Protestants dlacrlminate against Jews and Catholics in economic, educational and social activities? A.—Protest am.s are not the only '""'' practicing such discrimination II Is practiced by aU three groups. Positions, business and friends are •in the family." n seems that these things take place on the basis, not so much of religion fundamentally. as on the basis of cultural Interests and geographical distribution. It is the popular opinion, in Boston for instance, that an Irish Catholic has about a thousand times better chance in the public school system than does one of another racial or religious group. Positions in the financial realm In Boston are probably held in an overwhelming majority by the old stock, which is largely Protestant, and certain areas of merchandising are carried on almost exclusively by the Jews. Obviously, within these circles they 'take care of one another." There are social discriminations and the Jews are undoubtedly sinned against. Time and such seminars sponsored by the National Conference of Jews and Christians will do much to dissipate prejudice and foster friendly understandings and even intimate friendships. Q.—Is a Catholic free to think out his own opinions? A.—It is wrong to assert that I Catholics, m believing, give up thenfreedom of intellect, in believing they accept what they deem to be revealed truth; and to Catholics to accept this truth is to be freed from falsehood and error in religion. And outside the domain of. faith and morals, Catholics use their reason and have opinions just as other men have. To a Catholic, his faith is no more a hindrance to i his freedom than his earth-lnductor compass was to Lindbergh m his flight to Paris; it hindered him from losing his way. Q.—Are Jews boorish and illmannered? A.—The answer to this cannot be made unless one understands the ; historic background. For many cen: curies this people lived under restraint and oppression of all kinds. It accumulated immeasurable reservoirs of vitality and energy Which, when the lid was lifted, spends itself. This accounts for the eagerness of the Jew to establish himself, for his indefatigable nergy. even to the sacrifice of some of the, finer qualities. But this, too, is a generalization which Is unfair. Jews who have not the background of broad culture and education and social experience are, just as any other people with a similar backPage Five ground, often ill-mannered and annoying but. at the same time, it would be unfair to generalize about the whole people as there are cultured Jews who are pos.ses.sed of all the delicacy ol feeling, the retlnement, and the culture of our contemporary life, it all comes back to the question of generalizations There are polished Jews and there are cultivated Jews, just as there are boorish Christians and cultivated Christians. The tragedy is in making the generalization. That the position of the social worker was of tremendous importance today, that the road was difficult, and that misleading "Isms" should be avoided, were stressed by Felix M Warburg in an address to the graduating class of the Graduate School for Jewish Social Work last week. Remarking that the last few National Jewish Social Work Conferences had been disappointing, he called attention to the need for loyalty, devotion and service on the part of the social worker toward the causes and the people they are supposed to serve. Dr. William F. Russell. Dean of Teachers College, Columbia University, in speaking on "Social Change and Social Justice" outlined the attitude that the average educated man and woman should main tain toward social change. He stressed the importance of recognizing that a new social order will not come entirely out of the activities of the present. Social change is a long, slow movement and is toe large for any one individually ta j see. Social change is a consecutive succession of small changes, each l related to the other and each mak' ing its contribution toward the ultimate improvement of social, political and human relations. In building the new social order we mast | not overlook the achievements and j the gains of the past. "What the Community Expects from the Trained Jewish Social Worker" was discussed by Dr. Solomon Lowensteln, Director of the Federation for the Support of Jew[ ish Philanthropic Societies of New York. He indicated that personality, training and skill are taken for granted. He pointed out, however, that in increasing instances in recent months social workers have been giving time to activities which have no bearing on their expected routines and the requirements ol their daily work. He challenged the flaunting and defying of the supporting clientele of social agencies by groups of social workers. Altho the reasonableness of an individuals right to freedom of thought and action should be maintained, Dr. Lowensteln emphasized the contradiction which is inherent in pursuing a philosophy or a program of action which is in conflict with that of a social service agency. He closed with the coment that social workers must align themselves with the policies of their agencies and that the opposite alternative is neither honorable nor ethical. Dr. Maurice J. Karpf, Director of the School, in his Charge to the Graduating Class, emphasized the adoption of working principles which included a recognition of the social workers relation to Jewish community life, acceptance of responsibility for the technical requirements of his work, a recognition of the clear-cut distinction between social work and social reform, and concern with professional status for professional advancement. Rabbis Break With Orthodox Union on Kashruth Issue New York.—Resentment over the activity of the Union of American Orthodox Congregations in dispersing kashruth certification for various food products in competition with the rabbis has caused the Agudath Harobonin iUnion of Orthodox Rabbisi to break off all relations with the Union of American Orthodox Congregations, according to a statement by Rabbi Joseph Konvitz. president of the rabbinical union. Rabbis I. Z. Margulies and Israel Rosenberg, representatives of the rabbis on the Union's executive board, have resigned. The rabbis contend that by issuing kashruth certification the Union is infringing upon a traditional rabbinical function. In order to be at her silver wedding anniversary a woman is willing to admit that she isn't so young as she used to be. + Even when the 200-inch telescope is set up and ready for looking at the glories of distant universes, there will still be lots of people who will take more interest in what they can see by peeping through a keyhole. GROSSMAN'S HOTEL New Jersey Avenue, near Beach ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. Offering Fine Accommodations at Moderate Terms The Foremost Hotel in Atlantic City Catering to Jewish Clientele Dietary Laws Courteous Service Sea Water in All Bathrooms ALWAYS OPEN Josef Grossman's Sons SEND YOUR LACNDRY TO THE HOME SERVICE Laundry ROY H. TURNER. Prop. 122S K. W. lh St. %  Phont 1 H!( WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER %  + THOSE COOL LOOKING LINEN SUITS WERE PROBABLY "LAUNDERED TO MEASURE" BY US! MIAMI LAUNDRY CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED 50' PHONE 2-5111 TORGSIN STORES carry an extensive line of high quality suits, dresses, coats, shoes; cotton, silk and woolen goods; food stuffs, household utensils, soaps, tobaccos, sweets and countless other articles; (imported and domestic). All these can be obtained at TORGSIN by your relatives, IF YOU SEND THEM A TORGSIN ORDER. • The Dollar buys now more than ever in the Soviet Union. For Torgain order* visit your local bank or authorized agent John QiUbjUU ftthe picture that Garbo has ntPt to do all her life because f e n Christina of Sweden la her | ri historical character most ambitious film pror"" 1 With sets that rival the [ d "l the Cloth of Gold for their and b0i| uty that is to be seen l r '""' years. Garbo in the title role defa many months of laborious reft 1 m Swedish museums to col' ^ ala a" information available. I hundreds of old Plate.and en["" ;s lo make the picture auWc, JOHN B. ORR, Inc. BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 147 N. E. Sixth Street, Miami, Fla. Craftsmen in STUCCO PLASTER COT STONE SCULPTURE I f INTERIOR DECORATING ORIGINAL QUARRIES OF FLORIDA KEY STONE Service Beyond The Contract General Representative in U.S.A at AMTORQ. 261 Fifth Avo, N.Y. + FOR THE FINEST IN DELICATESSEN. DAIRY AND BAKERY PRODUCTS TRY SCHIFF'S 169 N. W. 5th Street Corner of 2nd Avenue "A Trial Here Will Save You Money" t ii .1 iv nrla of nd •V



PAGE 1

r \


r
\
-


xml version 1.0 encoding UTF-8
REPORT xmlns http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitss xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitssdaitssReport.xsd
INGEST IEID EO9K0Q9ET_T5WREB INGEST_TIME 2013-05-18T00:25:04Z PACKAGE AA00010090_00279
AGREEMENT_INFO ACCOUNT UF PROJECT UFDC
FILES



PAGE 1

H ^^H ,. I SOCIETY being presented last night by Emunah Chapter O E. S. at the Scottl Rite Temple under the direction of the program chairman Mrs Ann Reisman were Morr:> Goldman violinist Mrs Barney Kraft, vocal and Miss Tillie Predmger. Mrs, Victor Mell reviewed Sholom Asch's Three Cities. • • • The first all day Picnic of Loyal••. Club of Emunah Cl.apter will be held at Hardies Casino Wdnesday 4th with Mrs. Kathie Rosenlock and Mrs Minnie Engler chairis ted by Mrs. Florence Bacher. All kinds of home cooked food wil be offered for sale d... the day beginning at 12 noon. The public Is invited to attend. %  %  • As we go to press the annual picnic of Beth David Slsterhoo being held at Miami Beach with a crowd in attendance. • • • Mrs Louis Levitt returned to the city after attending the graduation of her son William from Geor-:,. Tech. William is now with the Georgia Highway Department Reirning with Mr.Levitt was her daughter Bessie who was visiting friends in Atlai %  %  %  R.ibbi David I Sun for a va .-.'. :. : month In v V M ni gomery Mrs Sam MM rig l • 51%  %  %  M : %  for rela•. %  in I friend In B iltlmore. Mis : Ga Mis Levitt .:.i ed a: .-. numbei -.: %  Ing inned :n her honor. %  • %  .: '• ...•.:. Abl .i vacatioi tives In Ma MrChas. Rosengai this week for a vacation in North and will be accompanied by her daughters Marjorie and Joyce. Miss Lillian Wucher i. : dan •sponsored by junior Council has nounced that the first dance will be held Sunday. July 1. Dances v presented every othei S in laj night thereafter. The dance committee includes Miss Gertrude Neham. ticket chairman: Miss Sylvia Miles poster nan; Miss Gertrude Rappapon. Miss Millie Drelsen and Miss Betty Greenbe: AIn the past a dance contest willculmmate in the presentation o: •: cup to the final wlnm rs at the end of the series. %  • %  Mr. and Mrs Isaai I .heir children. Robert and Dorothy. yesterday for a visit :n the Carol:: :.:.-. and Marylan They will spend some time with Mrs. Levin's brother-in-law Mrs A c; Freedom. .:-. Baltimore. They will be awaj .wo mor.":. The manage c: Miss Claire Hodes ter : Mr and Mi M :::c H I : %  :'.::::. ;.:. %  • : : ..::.Mr Jack Arlen son .'•:-. : ...A:'.%  :-. •: Ni N J '•' home night by S M Ma htel Thi brldi was %  Mi • .'• rrj Sti.:. ....•; :. : .... :.:. Lei as maid ol honor. .. %  : father After a ni moon thi rome In Ml H : .:.. %  Monday i .. m< ol Miss Ida Engler 1136 s W :: %  ; st Plan thi tlvitl Ul mi An important meeting THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN ESf Lsh Orthod iC n will be .... % %  : %  % %  A;: mi mbei dr. J. S aftei on a combined bu .: trii Friday. June 29 bur dines \ to your c< nvi nil ndal an I : DOtll Whit! .:•:... where you can fit ;. you prefer. JIU'll Sh I^n 1-79 Bl RHINE'S. STREET FLOOR Mrs I. .-K %  ..: bridge for the benefit ol I lary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation at the home oi Mrs Joseph Oreenberg. Prize. were awarded for hi delicious refreshment The YourMi n Hebrew A ciation will hold a benefit dance day evening July 12th at ; place to be announced in the next : this paper. • • • Uniting two ol Miami's pioneer and prominent Jewish families Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom officiated at the wedd remony last Sunday afternoon when Miss Miriam Scheinberg daughter of Mr and Mrs M'-:.del Sche:: Che bride of HUliard Clein. son of Mr. and Mrs Wm. Clem The wedd::. emnlzed at the home of the bride parents In the presence ol Immediate membei the famll) Mr A la Ol Atlanta and now of Miami, and activi In thi grandfather ol thi slated thi Rabbi In thi m n part : Ltual. The brio. Iven In man by her fathi ..ore a dn %  repe with mati hlng a i Her corsage was ol rt i %  Mrs Stanli %  C Mj i i mat i honor, wore a dress reen printed .-:ik and Miss In m Pan maid of honor, chose a : white. Edward Cl< In Mrs, thi bri :i .,:. %  mble o: ashi : %  : : : thi famil Palatial K hei with thi brli: :. Ol %  ::. :. I ip .:..:.. %  ther %  iftei Mr. and Mrs : nblum, ol 315 Central Park Wesl Nev York anounce the % %  : ol' Marlon, to Cl '.'.'•.:. teln son ol Jai ib W(... of Ml %  M Rosenblui lalton school and atti Ni M v :K unlvi ratty Mr Wi It graduated from the Univei : js and ;.-. i ber of the Kappa N i fraternity The weddmu will tal June 28 Ml! Sylvia rill be maid of honor : and Dr. Sydney Welnsteln best man brother. Miss Irene Segall oi Baltli Md., repn Camp Wohelo who spent the week hire as the guest 01 Mrs JoN M leave tomorrow with a numb• Florida children who will al modern camp, now opening for Its fifth consecutive season. %  • a The Board of Directors oi Bi I David Synagogue and their wives will have dinner at the Pan American Airways Sunday July 1st at fi j p. m. Followed by a Board of Di; rectors meetine ol the following Board of Directors: Nat Zalka. A. Rubin. Edward Friedman. William Friedman. Lto Ackerman. J. S. Pallot. Louis Weinkle, M J. Kopelowitz, L M. Levins. Al Quadow. Stanley C. Myers, Har M Mr Ed man Is ChairDint i l!s 30 p. m. the mini:. alKUl will i ting at the Beth David • fJ ; "'s wll; Id for the coming year and and committees will be appointed for the year. re will be an installation Banheld about the middle of July. r announcement will be made In thla paper Nat Zalka is tallatlon Banquet, assisted by his committee of Mr A Rubin and Mr. Leo Ackerman, and the Betli David Sisterhood. • • • Milton Friedman who left for the North last week to visit relatives and friends will attend the sessions of the A Z A Convention in Washington, D. C. • • • Mr Win Friedman will leave tomorrow for a combined business and pleasure trip to New York. Boston and Providence. He will return to the city m August. 1934 Delegates to the Oreatei u :; ,,". Jewish Cemetery Association repr e tenting Beth David Congn been announced by Har MarkowitZ president of the congre. gation. They are: Statue] < W. L. Williams and E. Gordon. %  T he economic downfall of Hit. lerism and the liberation of t| le world from its hateful yoke are nearer at hand than is genefflb realized through the world boycoe of German goods, ships and ship. 1 ping." Mr. Untermyer declared or. 1 the occasion of the annivei the Anti-Nazi League of which he is the president. "If we succeed, as we will, m cracking and overthrowing the Hi:ler regime we will have rescued Germany from the fren/y that iinevitably driving her into war. Her solvency then could be restored over night whenever she is ready to abandon her madness and medle\a: bigotry' and fanaticism and return to the field of civilization. The rulers of Germany know lull wd the economic debacle that confront) them because other countries ar turning their backs upon them ar.c refusing to deal with them under existing conditions." 1 take tinopportunity to express my heartfelt inks to the voters Of Dadc County for the support they gave my candidacy. I will accept the position gained at your hands fully appreciative of the deep oblie to you to conduct the office as you would want it conducted. To those friends who gratuitously worked so tirelessly in my behalf. I am also deeply • ml. I want all to know that I bear no malice or enmity who worked or \oted lor my opponent. I invite them to join with me. look;: rward to a harmony and understanding bigger than the friendly rivalry w< %  .ist concluded ROBERT R. 7,1 ) LOR. The Third Reich in Caricature • A collection of almost 1M famous caricatures on conditions and events m German) —in English. Frer..!: and German. Foreword by Heinrich Mann • This volume will make its appearance early in Jul> under the sponsorship ot Simpllcus Verlau in P THE COS! INCLUDING THREE COLOR WRAPPER W Addn • ,i.li am ordt 11 to — SIMPLICL'S VERLAG X-Zixkova IC, Prague, Caechoslovakla ALTMANS HOTEL 307 SIXTH AVE. \siu KV PARK, N. J. Tel. 1467 or 3415 iated m the finest section ol Asbury Park near the Boardwalk Modern m every respect. AH sports. Dietary laws observed Moderate rates, open all year. NEW COLUMBIA HOTEL BELMAR, NEW JERSEY One „, //,, f inesl VJ,/,,,,,' Resort Hotels Situated Dn,, il^ ,,„ //„ BoarduM Entire block on the ocean front, Elevator and room phone '' %  '•'• director and staff Dancing and entertainment Mich Class CUlSine. Dietary Laws Observed. Modern pricVndi < manax, '" %  of A. B. HOLD! N



PAGE 1

' Friday. June 29, 1934 THE JEWISH FL0K1D1AN PI-BUSHED KVKItY FRIDAY b> Hit mVI-ll FI.ORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. %  P. I). Ilox 2:173 Mi ,,i T ,i. Florida Phone 2-1183 I IHTOKIAI. OFFICKS: gi s. W. 15Ch Avrnue Phone 2-1183 I I oils SIIOCIIF.T. Editor 1'KI.I' K8HOCHBT. Circulnlinn Managrr CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Field Representative i laM matter .1 uly 4. I'II : Office m Miami, Florida, March .1. 1879 -T PALM BEACH SAM! EL SCHVTZEB Representative PETERSBURG MAE BENJAMIN, Representative ORLANDO ,K 15RAVERMAN Representative THE JEWISH I l.ni.-im.w Page Thret1AMPA, FLA.: MRS. M. li. K.ISLEH Representative si BSCRIPTION Monlhi ... ... si.nil t'cai 1 2.00 Vd. 7—\<>. 26 i RIDAY, JUNE 29, 1934 "Christian' Nonsense I inference ol Amertneeting ai Wernersccupled Itsell with the during Its opening : i ports of this SI SSion sadly Inspiring. Pn ( addressed the concapacity ol chairman rvice Committee of the Society ol Friends, came tl c verj "constructive" ii thai "Oppression ol Hltli i and hit .i be ended nol bj tl elr victim may dl %  attempts to tlghl back, to cultivate i ood %  Cadbury also stated thai Hitler and trying to Ji n are only increassevei Ity ol his policies i in After more ol this advice, Profes 101 Cadrted thai the boycotl !( : many is not an effective I : ing the evil In re simply "war without : and war m any form is i aj to right the wroni bi %  d mi the Jewish people." d ol reasoning while very il has no relevancy to the nation of the Jews In rhl creation of pood will murderer and his victim k thai cannot be engaged upon while the victim is being I he first step in such 8 noble program would be to bad man away Horn his vicrender him harmless. A thorough course in ethics may nol produce results. In Professor Cadbury' eem to us nol only plaIm levent but utterly inII is shallow talk and .; d thai weakens the pn s%  Christian religious lead1 r&hip. """""" "'•" "" %  Irtsh, the Scotch the Oerman are similarly made Poking fun wlth oul ,al "-' *e hue and cry thai the Jew's habit. While, m many Instances the non-Jewish reply to Jewish pro'' >ne type ol defamation v., alwaj ubjecl '•' %  condemnation because [| involved ,j,.ws who did the mimicking and Jewish audiences who i, hilarious over stupid antics ol "'""" Je who reviled thel Dle spelling a lack ol self-re r* the mosl irdlj and should bi condemned whenevi comes noticeable. The popularitj ol the nlghl and the cabaret thn i ., ain to revive this obi Jew. We maki particular refi rence : this time to the appearance In a local nlghl club .,b., nies who Is a inndam ei a i ood singer, an ex%  entertainer, but 8 an were enjoyed by t he during the evening and delightful refreshments wi i • about 4(i young people were Invited it the visitor. ; ten Pei I tl entertaim i memberol the M. J, M. Club al her home al a slumber pan' week. About. 14 girls were invited and supper was served al midnight. \1. Pi i ketl was assisted in hospitalities by her mother. Mr.-. Ii '' Bird to waken me til dawn. Birds to warble ale: dark Bird i On branch or pool or lawn. Thrush and wren and meadow lark! wild ro.-es from the woods. For my retrospective houi And for gay light-hearted moods, Daisies, those Ingenuous flowers! i akes o minor sunset's trail, which to wlm 01 : aki w hereon to row or sail Blithely In some boo shorn ol her beguiling wi Wl al % %  ould lovi Ij ui youth's dreamy day •. Time without el "Those reds who went to the rebureau and demanded clothes and wouldn't mind the police only got sock-.'' Orlando Notes Meeting of Congregation Ohcc I was held m the vestry rooms of the synagogue last Sunday night. A m< ker ol the Orlando I Bnai Brith 1043 was held Tuesday night in the vestry rooms of Congregatlon Ohev Sholcm. Entertainment was planned by Nat Ben. and Ben Katz. Following the meetfreshments were served. Members ol the Dictator, club held a swimming partj al Templi %  imming pool lasl h they v. informal dance al the home 0l Mr. Simon Cooper. Mr and Mi Bl 11 Pinman chaperoned the boul elghl i ouples wire pre A ti al ure riti currencj II use in the world includes ii.-. metal, animals, eggs. tabli si meone musl havi ft oi a little i nan Mr. and Mrs. J. Rosen held house recently celebrating their wedding anniversary. The M. J. M. Club enteri ., luncheon at tin (!l Grill lasl Wednesday In honor i I their new officers, the officers an as follows: President, Miss 81 I :. Vice president. Miss Helen II retary and treasurer Ml Sallye Pinman, following the luncheon the members had a theatre party. (iiiProfessorship in Exchange For Divorcing Jewish Wife I he "Stage Jew Berlin I ed to choose between wish Wife and a lull prohip m the University ol Un Dr Hellmuth Becker readily ,,„,k the professorship ami divorced his wiie. Married to a Hungarian Ince 1928 Di Becker was ,, a mil professorship II he L .„, rid oi his non-Aryan wif< When the oner w.i. ini.de !„ %  instituted divorce proceedings and now has his professorship. Four members oi the Merrj Fellows club. Mr Adolph Weil. Irving Salsbury, Dr. Leon Schwartz and Julius Silverman, are making arrangements lor the house party the dub will hold Tuesday July 3rd thru Wednesday at Haven beach The club has reserved the Bhu Bird lodge and swimming, dancing boating, and fishing will ent< the guests. An open house will be held July 4th lor all friends ot t!: %  members. ihe vaudeville performers the height ot thenglory, ubje.; ot attack by antittion groups in Jewry were %  died "stage Jews." Bvi rj i tor abused the .lews on e I here was a civ ot Ullonally, such a pn %  %  Would result in the drawing of with Jews b Invention of Jewish Sciential Revolutionises Bread m London A new type ol bread made without Hour ha. b. i ped by Ephralm Rabinowlta Jewish scientist In Palestine, according to word received by the Sunday Dispatch. The Dispatch The Y. M. H. A. sponsored 'The Fust Dance ol Summer" last Tuesday evening at which tune all inn,; nei and friends were Invited. The committee on arrai wen Dr. Fred Lebos Mr. Max M. .luster. Dr. J. iSchwartz, Mr. Sol i" man. Mr. Adolph Weil, and Dr. V M Rosenthal. aj that the new type ot bread ii already In use in Prance and will shortly be made In England, it "^ expected thai Rabinowitz's discovery will completi itionize the bread industrj ol the world. Premier Mussolini ol Paly Is said to have hailed Rabinowitz't discovers as the greatest contribution to mankind since the di covery ot electricity, Tin tructlng a Lenii such a heoric e will take in buildil this will be known here as the Three Year Plan. A British exp turned from Tibet with a .-lory ol having found a mountain higher than raphers are frankly :. as there Is ni record ol it having been lost. Mr. and Mrs. j. ottenberg and %  i; .lean, and : i %  : %  Mr.-. Pastor, lonin New York. They are expected I turn in several weeks. Miss Sara Schidner and I Safer, recently wed at Lakeland, are honeymooning in Miami. A wife is thai extraordinary creature who insist.that a man keep his waistline down and lei-:Insulted if he eats less than three I her home-made cake at a sitting. Mr : d Mi'-. D. Ilillman and son, Arthur, accompanied their daughter and sister Mildred Adelle. to ColumbUS, (la., where Mildred Will spend part of the summer. Congress labored hard and earnestly. Hut Judging from the public's comments, nobody I to miss it much. Chicago reports that the "speak ie.s" have reached maturity, some ol them did not stop here, but an proceeding on their way toward senility. Miss Florence Wittenstein is visitIn Pennsylvania, Mr. and Mrs. N. Abrams and two daughters, Miriam and Selma, an spending the summer in Atlantic City. Ruth Esta Rosen. Evelyn Meiten Elaine Klepper, Mrs. J Rosen, and Mrs. S. Klepper will spend the firs two weeks of July at Dayton.i Beach. When some people arc unable to do a thing they boast ol it. Mrs. M. Kottelman, of Sanford, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. Braverman and family. Rob some men of their conceit and there would be nothing left. Paul Wolly, ol New York, recently vi.-itcd Mr. and Mrs. L. Wolly and family ol this city. With some people prospcriiv I. the advance ..eem ol adversity. Misses Beatric Lieberman, Dorothy Baker and Gertrude Haimowltz spent Sunday in Daytona. It Is easier lor a dentist to til! an aching void than a lone, felt want. Whinin;: women and children arc bad enough, but deliver us from Whining men! .\i; Rose Lefkowitz, guesl ol Mr and Mrs. M. Lefkowitz plans to spend some tune at Daytona Beach returning to her home in Salem. N. C. Manv a man thinks that he is choosing a wife when as a matter ot she does the choosing. Mr. and Mrs. L. Kamenofl and sons. Abe and Jack, have returned to Orlando alter a visit among relatives in South Carolina. IV nria of V



PAGE 1

Page Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday. June 29. 1934 1 What Shall We Have For I urn In-.in or Dinner Today? This problem is easily solved by "Modern Kosher Meals." by Mildred Bellin. with menus and recipes planned for each month of the year based on current food supplies. Here Is a new cook book which solves the perplexing daily problem 01 the housewife as to what to give her family in the form of meals which must be economical, modern. scientifically-balanced and Kosher. Heretofore this has been difficult, but Modern Kosher Meals makes it simple and easy. Mrs. Bellin. who is B student of dietetics, has used a new plan in the book. She has arranged menus for a week in each month of thi Recipes for all dishes included, which have been tried and tested In the author's own kitchen, are given. These contain the foods mast plentlful at the season for which they are planned, thus supplying dishes which are not only delicious, easy to prepare seasonable, but best ol all. retain the flavor of "mother's cooking." You will be delightfully surprised by the simplicity of the menus suggested and the ease with which they can be prepared. You will find that Modern Kosher Meals will be an indispensable adjunct to every wellequipped kitchen. West Palm Beach Notes Beth El Congregation was held Wednesday night at the Synagogue with Sam Scher presiding in the absence of the president Mr. H Gold who is in New York City With imily. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. H. Lessler leu by auto for Rome. Ga.. where they will spend several week.with rela lives and 11 lends. FIND BODY SITTING IN OPENED GRAVE Dr. and Mrs. Carl N. Herman lefl for their annual summer vacation, visiting many places of interest prior to their return just before the High Holidays During the absence of Dr. Carl N, Herman services will be conducted at Beth Israel every Friday night With a lay member in chargl Congregation Beth El holds regular Friday night services at its Synagogue on Fern street. Mr. and Mrs. Al. Wachsman lefl by auto for a vacation during which 1 hey will visit California prior to their return to the City 111 the early Fall. Classified AWNINGS FOR SHUTTER AWNINGS see the Duplex shutter Co. Prices right estimates free Let US protect your home from storms 6iiS N. W. ">4th St. Phone Edgewater !'is:. GARAGES ROLLINS A BOGGS Spei: Gi ral Motor Repaii Wheel Aligning. Brake Lining, Etc 146 N.W. 5th St. Phone 2-2447 The Workers Circle of West Palm Beach installed its newly elected Officers at a banquet held in the home of Mr and Mrs. M. Jacobs on Jessamine street. Officers inducted were: Mrs. Morris Jacobs, financial secretary; Morris Moss, recording ary; John Wolf, treasurer, and Harry Greenblatt hospitaler Among those taking part were guests from the Jacksonville and Miami branches. What is expected to be one ol the most successful bridge parties ol the current season Is a benefit bridge planned for C01 Beth El at the home ot Mr and Mrs. Sam Scher on Ocean Bl\d in Palm Beach this coming Sunday night. July 1st. The public Is Invited to attend Pi Izes nill be a' ed for his.!', scores and refreshments will i> New Haven. Conn. The body Ol Louis Michalson, 77. buried June 18. was found yesterday In a sitting position m in.coffin in the Bharay Tora cemetery' and Wesl Havi 1 sought a negro for qui Ing. Authorities said the body wai found by Dominlck DeBlasa ol Wi Haven, when he passed the Jewish cemetery. The grave, they believe, was opened Saturday night. A theory ul robbery was advanced by the police, although according to Jewish custom. Michaelson was buned without Jewelry or other valuableMrs. DeBlasa, whose husband digs the graves In the cemetery, told police that a negro bearing a paper came to the DeBlasa home last night and inquired abou the location of a Bridgeport man's The negro appeared nervous. Mrs. DeBiasa said, and kept mutt" to himself of New York City will present a silver insignia of the organization to be placed among the mementoes In the chapel dedicated to the Unknown Soldier. The Him Millard E. Tydings. U. S. Senator from Maryland, will be th,guest speaker, The u. S. Navy Band will render patriotic selections. The various veterans and weltare organisations will be represented, The Washington Committee In 1 ol arrangements Is headed by the Local Commander of the Jewish War Veterans, Or. ivy Pelzmali He is being assisted by Mr. 1; ol the Jewish Welfare Board, Mr Samuel Rose. Mr. Joseph Barr, Mr. A. Shefferman, Dr. AlecRosenblum and Mr. N. S. Silverberg. GROCERS An important meeting ol th cal Bnai Brit!: Lodge will be held Monday evening, July 2nd, at the Mote! All members are urged to attend. SHELL'S 1235 S. W. 8th St. Mr, and Mrs Maurice Dickson and daughter returned to the city after an auto trip through the State. An important business meetin INSURANCE For Insurance Consult JACK J. ATKINS Representing Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. 907 Biscayne Bank Bide. Ph. 2-6085 MI1.I.WORK Millwork. Screen Windows and Spindle Doors: Cabinet Work. LEE NOVELTY WORKS 221 N. W. 26th St Phone 2-1469 PIANO TUNING PIANOS TCNED and repaired. W. Ilehr. Phone 218.17. 30 year tory work. 1759 N. W. 1-t St. REAL ESTATE W. L. HARRIS Real Estate Service 749 Ingraham I'.l.l.. Phone 2-1191 ROOFING BOBBINS ROOFING A SHEET METAL WORKS Responsible Roofers since 1919 Inspections and Estimates I 222 N.W. 26th St. Phone 2-3705 Those Visitors Who know Choose THE BILTMORE while in ATLANTIC CITY Because at the BILTMORI I anassun in service hot and cold r baths sui: bathin %  directly from hotel .. convenient open-air dining room for bat modern cuisine—yet food prepared m accordance with DIETARY LAWS s, 1 lal arranges ENTERTAINMENT and DANCING nightly. ownership Management WM—MAI.AM IT—MAX MODERN BUSINESS DEMANDS THAT YOUR TRAINING SHOULD BE OF THE VERY BEST.... ency, certain knowledge and substantial background are your key to business success Y. 1 can get them all thru training at this University win not a %  0 1 our ini SS training? It Will help you 'o get and hold a business position INDIVIDUAL ATTENTION To EACH STUDENT SOUTHERN BROTHERS MIAMI BUSINESS UNIVERSITY, INC. Security Building iTop Floon Phone 2-3220 SPECIAL EVENING CLASSES MONDAY WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY. 6 to 9 O'CLOCK All graduates being placed in good p A wife is that extraordinary] ture who insists that a man] his waistline down and f w j suited if he eats less than slices of her home-made cakd sitting. Independence Day wil be properly observed on July 4th. at 11 o'clock by the Jewish War Veterans of the United Slates at theamphitheater. Arlington National O Virginia. Representatives from Ne York Providence. R. I. Cl< Ohio. Philadelphia and Wash:: I ted to be present. The Nal al President. Mr. William Berman Many a man thinks that choosing a wife when at a of fact she does the ehoosinj TiVOLI Show. H:H .n d 8 00 f. n 20c till 6:30— Evening 25J Matinees Saturday and suJ Continuous : to n SundayMonday. Tuesday, July 1-2-3— GRETA QARBO JOHN GILBERT "Queen Christina AS ALWAYS "Bundles of Satisfaction" BILTMORE LAUNDRY DRY GLEANING RUGS BLANKETS DRAPES PILLOWS CURTAIN! Fight Hitlerism BY HELPINI ITS ENEMICI Hitler knows that those who oppose him or even dare to criticll him are his enemies He does not discriminate between Jews all Christians, intellectuals and trade unionists, pacifists and llbe| lists and Communists, If they express thenopposition Hitelrl "the; are to be repressed or exterminated. The interrJ tional Reliel A n recognizing the fact that all am | haie one common enemy Hitlerism, strives to help the victims the Nazis without regard to race, religious beliefs, or political pis| Ions, II operatl the BtriCteSl non-sectarian. inni-piirtK lines. Not onlj International Relief Association, throuaj Its committees In Prance, Sweden, Norway. Switzerland, aa ikia. h.ip German refugees and cooperate with j d for reliel ol special professional and racial German groan but II distributes rein: ai widely as possible, through undergroun] channels, within Germany. The families of those imprisoned exiled ar. given the strength to endure and the courage to figl Hitlerism by the material and moral support of frlnds In foreig] lands. Through Its American Committee, the International Relief Assocj ation, winch was founded several years ago by Albert Einsteq Heinrich Mann Ernsl Toller. Karl von Ossietcky, and others help victims ot racial and civil oppression everywhere appeals the readerol the JEWISH FLORIDIAN to help the German maj tyrs to freedom. THE NEED is GREAT. VOUR RESPONSE SHOULD BE IMMEDIATE. Make all contributions payable to Freda Kirchwey. Treasurer. Room 4(11, 20 Vesey Street. New York. American Committee INTERNATIONAL RELIEF ASS\| OSWALD GARRISON VILLARD. Chairman FRED KIRCHWEY, Treasurer STERLING D. SPERO. Secretary Willard E Atkins Roger Baldwin Charles A. Beard Howard Becker Franz Boas Man B. GiLson Louis M Hacker Powers Hapgood Abram L Harris Hornell Hart Edgar 8. Brightman James O. Heller Paul P Brissenden Francis A. Henson v P. Calverton Adelaide T < Edmund B. Chaffee Stuart Chase Morrl R 1 hen George S Counts Jerome Da Edward T, Devine John Dew-. Emmeti E Dorsej I Lewis 8 Gannett Hair; i lideon e Charles C. Noble William F. Ogburn H. A. Overstieet John Dos Passes William Pickeni Amos R E Pinchot A. Clayton Powell. 1 Melville J Herskovits Curtis Reese John Haynes Holmes Ira De A. Re'd B. J. Hovde Elmer Rice William Lloyd Imes Diego Rivera William r. Kilpatruk Harold RU Thorsten Sellln Arthur W. Macnia J. B. Matthews Abba Hillel Silver Broadus Mitchell Upton Sinclair Tucker P. Smith ih Wesley C Mitchell Paul Mum Jesse H New Ion Relnhold Niebuhr David K. Niles Donald W. McConnell Benjamin Stolberg Goodwin Watson Bertram D. Wolfe Theresa Wolfsoii