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The Jewish Floridian ( July 6, 1934 )

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^Jewish IFIIariidlibiin J LOR IDA'S ONLY JJWISH WEEKLY -No. 27. MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRI DAY. Jl I.Y 6. 1934 Price Five Ccnt. Iwish News .round The World calls for War on Bias lira polls —"Those American ublimely unconscious" of the lug current of anti-Semitism United States, being fosterI Nazi Germany, received a acl ion from Richard E. It director of the Anti-Dekn League of B'nai B'rith, at I membership campaign comIniecting. Jewish Appeal Reaches Half-way Mark | York—That the half-way been reached in Uie $3,I campaign of the United I Appeal was revealed in a it by James G. McDonald. I of Nations High Commis|or German Refugees, just lie sailed for Europe to reduties. In a letter to Felix Iburg. national chairman ol |palgn, Mr. McDonald laudrican Jewry for their el\ behalf of thii German efugees and expressed con|that the full quota of $3..•ould be raised. Key West To I The Boycott Try New Deal Not A Jewish (Jet Degrees at Yeshiva College fork—The degree of bachirts was conferred upon 20 tws at the third annual Cement exercises of Yellege. Those who received %  ere: A. N. Avrutick. Mon^muel Deutsch. New York; penbaum. Newark; Lsadore eveland; Israel Freedman. ; H. H. Friedman. Baltilorris Funk. Brooklyn; kokdin, Rochester; Meyer fg. Jersey City; A. H. HenYork; J. E. Hochman. lass.; Jacob Hurwitz, BalIAaron Kellner, Brooklyn; Jlians. Brooklyn; H. A. PoJew York; Benjamin Rodlew York; Carl Siegel, N. J.; Norman Siegel. s; Joseph Straus. Brooklyn; foy. Wilke.sbarre, Pa. | Heroine First Jewish ihinrt Official in Canada Officials of Key West and Monroe county, by formal resolution, have surrendered their rights, prerogatives and priviliges in office to Gov. Dave Sliolt/ as a prerequisite to a plan under which the governor would assume charge of what may become one of the most ambitious rehabilitation programs yet undertaken by the New Deal. The plan contemplates the complete transformation of the Island City into a fairyland of beauty, with attractions for tourists that are designed to make it a center lor winter visitors; perhaps a rearrangement c i streets parks, playgrounds; removal ol all unsightly buildings. power and telephone poles; a program to bring about a renaissance ol the cigar industry, and also to bring other industries, to the end that the population might again become self-sustaining. Resolutions adopted Monday by the Monroe county board of commissioners and by the city council of Key West set forth a series of calamities which have befallen the Island City and winch have brought atout a condition under which practically the entire population is dependent upon charity for its bread. 'Hie decadence of Key Wesl tailed with the sudden removal of j lit -1 ol the Cigar factories to Tarnpa a score or more years ago. From its proud position as the state's most important port of entry. Kej We-t. m hall a century, has descended the municipal seal.' until today, it.s population impoverlshed. it.commerce virtually destroyed, its fishing industry negligible, its imports inconsequential, j the community is beaten to its knees, in dire need of assistance. As a result of the Galveston immigration some years ago. Key West | had thi' most flourishing Jewish community of Florida with aboui several hundred families living there. A synagogue was built and a Rabbi was employed. Today then are only fourteen Jewish families in Key West with the Rev. Philip Crystal a* ,ll( 'shoched'., most of the families having removed t o Miami There is practically no Jewish communal life existent there i Question Solely •r. Canada—David Croll, |dd mayor of this city since become the first Jewish |ol a provincial cabinet in s a result of his election ovincial legislature of On\he landslide which carried 1 Party to power. Croll Is led minister of labor by litchell F. Hepburn. John [Jewish alderman from Towas elected to the progislature on the Liberal foil's vote exceeded that all three of his opponCouncil To Aid Worthy Students The Senior Council of Jewish Women recently voted funds to found scholarships lor serving boys and girls of this area. One scholarship will be given to the University of Miami and any boy or girl will be eligible who has been on Uie honor roll of the High school where he or she graduated. Two scholarships will be available at a prominent business college for two deserving girls. Full details may be obtained from Mrs. Ida Optner in charge of this fund at 2353 S. W. 24th Terrace. That the boycott against German goods is not a Jewish boycott, ncr sorely a Jewish question, was emphasized by Samuel Untermyer in his address recently in the Philadelphia Metropolitan Opera House before the Pennsylvania State Federation of Labor, the American Legion, and numerous other civic organizatioas of the state. Pointing out that on the directorate of the anti-Nazi organization which he heads there are included such notable Americans as Colonel Theodore Roosevelt. Hon. James W Gerard. Mayor LaGuardia, Hon. Arthur S. Tompkins. Justice of the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court, Hon. James M. Beck. Hon. George Gordon Battle. Hon. Victor J. Dowling (recently deceased". Rev. John Haynes Holmes. Rev. Edward L. Hunt and Hon. Frank P. Walsh. Mr. Untermyer stated: "As often as I have had the opportunity during this campaign. I have repeated that this is not a Jewish question. It is one that deeply and equally concerns all humanity and has from the outset been SO regarded although the Jews were the victims of the original outbreak and the chief and mast terrible sufferers, though far from the only ones. "Docs anyone imagine that the Jews wlio constitute less than r. ol the world population could alone have achieved the brilliant results already attained by the boycott? I; is the spontaneous uprising of an outraged world that has made this possible. "One would imagine Horn Heir Hitlers latest published threat in his Monday's interview that the United States i.s the only country engaged In this boycott. Only ir. per year of German exports came to this country before this boycott was begun, in the face of the fact that Heir Hitler and his followerpersist m their foolish atU-mpt to distort the facts by calling this a Jewish boycott, and second, by trying to have it appear, for American newspaper consumption, that it is an American Boycott, when, in pom; of fact, it is. as I have said, a stupendous world-uprising and is far more effective in such countries as Russia, France. Egypt. Great Britain and South Africa than m the United States. The decrease of German exports to Russia for the past six months dwindled by 93':. •With our own country and the rest of the world available to us we shall manage, if necessary, to live without German goods and without further parting with our own goods —paid for with our own money. Dealing with Germany ha.s proven an expensive luxury—getting paid with stage-money. We had better keep our goods at home than sell any more of them on these terms. %  T he reversion of the laboring people of Germany, who had gradu(Continued on Page 6' A Program By Dr. Alex. Lyons of The Supplement Now and then some of our congregations. Christian as well as Jewish, are seized with a sacramental spasm to bolster their institutions. These urges are called drives, membership drives. Every time I hear of one of these I am saddened. The necessity for these drives indicates an inadequate religious interest, a religious depression. Such is properly deplorable since it expases a lack of something vital somewhere in our religious life. Our churches must thrive. Properly conducted they are the mainspring ol much of our necessary spiritual stimulus. Without such impulsion man becomes a machine. How shall we reinforce and spiritualize our churches? Not by drives. You cannot drive a man into religious interest. You may by this method bring some kind of pressure to bear upon him. social, political, or economic, but you will not be able to hold him. He will slip or step out with the first opportunity. Accordingly, what's to be done? We must not drive, we must draw people into congregational interest and activity. How may this be done? Here i.s a program: I. Let congregational competition give away to congregational coOperatlon, This meanfewer churches and less commercialism in their conduct. II. With fewer churches we shall have bigger men m our pulpits Let our congregations engage and keep only such men as compel and conserve a genuine religious interest which makes the pulpit a spiritual inspiration in place ol an oratorical, literary, or academic entertainment that furnishes pleasure but no power. We have too many ministers, too little ministration; too many pulpits, too little prophecy. III. Let us democratize our churches by opening membership to anyone according to his ability to pay. allotting seats on the same basis, I fail to see why a poor fellow of fine spirit should be excluded from membership while a perambulating pocketbook may come in and by grace of gold, which Is InGod. even wield more power than the minister. That this is so I accounts for the low spirituality. j the practical futility of so many churches. We shall not have real religious congregations until membership is composed principally of people of real religious yearning and aspiration. IV. Finally, let us accord to the minister a larger measure of leadership. He may not know much commercially. He may know as little of successful business tactics as some of his members who tell him: "Doc, you are too impractiJ cal." although they themselves are not signal successes. The minister, of the right kind, the only kind fit to lead a religious institution, knows more about the properties of religious idealism than any one in it. This is his specialty, his training, his vocation. In this Announcements i TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 137 N. E. Ninrlrrnlh Slreel 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 ol Rabbi Kaplan with a Lay member in charge. Services are held in tht main auditorium. 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) 111 Wuhincton Ave.. Miami Reach 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 (Conservative) IS* N. W. Third Aeenoe 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 Maarr. service. his word should always be consulted. It frequently is not. His counsel in this direction should generally be at least tried. Without such lundamental religious guidance a congregation cannot succeed even though it attract a crowd to its meetings. With such a palpable spiritual platform there is a more appealing basis from which to seek membership. Some of the incidental activities ol congregational life are held up and publicized as essentials. Hence failure. Religious idealism, spiritual stimulus in service ol individual and socal ethics and morality, are the main justification of a religious organization, the onlyone upon which membership may successfully be sought and. what is more important, persistently held. A man who is injected into a congregation under stress of the conventional drive, instead of being inspired into it. is likely to prove un\ certain. With the slightest pretext he will speak out. Accordingly. I am not sympathetic to the customary' drive m religion. I believe that every intelligent person should have congregational connection. It makes a valuable contribution to his own hlr and to that of the community. It is an act of civic and patriotic loyalty. He should, however, be drawn and i not driven. ii nria ol ml



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I .' %  I-age Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, July 8 m SOCIETY Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Sterling are receiving congratulations on the birth of a baby son last Sunday at the Victoria Hospital. Rabbi S. M. Machtei will officiate at the Bris which will take place at the hospital next Sunday. • • • Plans for the gala installation banquent of the recently elected officers of Beth David Congregation include dinner at one of the local night clubs within the next two weeks, Special entertainment will be provided during the evening. In charge of arrangements is a committee consisting of M< Nat Zalka, A. Rubin and Leo Ackerman. Full details will appear in our next Issue. • • Betli David Sisterhood will sponsor a picnic the lattei parl ol July which is planned to be one of the gala events ol the summer. Pull detailwill appear In our next Issue. With Al Berkowitz, merntx man In charge, the July membership campaign of the Young Hebrew Association began this week with a goal of fifty mem% %  ••.. A prize will be awarded to the member who will bring in mosl applications ai el acquainted banquet will formall; Among the deli ding .'.. ... %  organization ol America al Atlai was Rabbi David i Rosen.. of Beth Jacob Congregation. mi Beach who nted the il distrlcl by appointment ol the • t> • As the result of an int tnpaign among its members and friends thi %  ::. i %  :. and direcI Ti mple Israel, Miami's Reform Jewish c tion raised im ol ten thousand dollars to rds the reduction of its mortgage indebtedm • • • At a well attended meeting of Beth David Congregation held last Sunday night at its Talmud Torah Hall reports of the activities of the Board of Directors for the past year were presented. A recommendation that the annual membership be raised to twenty dollars per year was adopted by the meeting. Plans for the High Holidays will be announced at an early date. • An important meeting of the Ladic.Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau will be held on Monday July 16th when matters ol importance will be discussed. use of the Fourth ol July holiday no meeting of the 5 Hebrew Association was held Wednesday night. All members an to attend the next meeting Of the organization at the clubn ini :. Wi dncsda ii 11th when matter.ol importance will be ai ted on. %  • Mr ii rf is a p at the Jackson Memorial H ill of an accld • • TheLadle Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox C" l vil! entertain at one of it.: bi-weekly card parties next ily loth at the lawn te 1545 s. w. 3rd st. •.. Mr.-. Nat Blumberg as the PriZI '.'.ill be awarded for s and refreshments will :e .-crved. The public is invited to Mr. Joseph G day night Ni w York. Quite a large crowd da] pli : red by the Loyalty club of Emunah Ci. %  Hard:, a Casino last Wi di Mr and Mrs. Joseph M Lipton receh Ini < ongratulatlons on the birth of a baby boy last Thursday morning at the St. Francis Hospital. Mother and baby are resting nic ely. The Bris was held yesterith Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiating. admittance To Burdine's kiddie Kabaret ( Station i WQAM Saturdays from 9:30 to 10. by ticket only Sorry—but there isn't enough room at Station WQAM for all the Kiddie Kabaret fans MI from now on (until the Kabaret is moved back to Burdine's root auditorium) it you • in! to see this il.inoS show, get your ticket from ani salesperson on Burdine's Fourth I lex r. N'o charge, of course. Burdine's At a meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation held last Tuesday night, Mrs. Philip Berkowitz was elected first vice president, and Mr.-. Jack Hlrsch, treasurer, to fill vacancies in the offices, • • • Mrs. ,ioe Pearlman and dau Cynthia Fae. and son, Donald, of Key West are guests at the St. George apartments, Miami Beach Mrs Pearlman is the daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. A. LeibOVil Ol Miami • • Cantor Louis Hayman. who has been visiting friends and relatives In New York and the New England states, returned this week Mrs. Ada Mikins. ol Long 1 City, N. Y. Is visiting her sister and brother-in-law. Mr, and Mrs Irving Kwart, • • Mrs, Philip Augustine Is a p at the Jackson Memorial H where .-he underwent a operation last Saturday, Cantor Boris Schlachman ol Miami Beach left las) week for a tour ol 0 8 [la and Florida I B Saturdaj he a ndui ted ei Ices at Savannah. Ga., and tomorrow he will chant the set \ Ii i s at the Rodeph Sholom Syni pa. • • At a meetin oi thi Board ol DiI he Miami Jewish orthodox Congregation plans for thi tion Ol thi I were adopted, in charge oi the renovations are Messrs. ii. M. Drevich and Max Rappaport. members oi the H isi committee ol the organiza• i : ., twelfth oi a sponsored by the i Club ot Emunah chapter will be held Tuesday July loth at the home ol Mrs. !(• beci a Bilvet teln L553 B YV. 1st St. Prizes Will be awarded tor high score and n 11 will bi rh( publii ',o attend. The forma! opening ol the Sum. Furniture and Radio Co. at 300 N Miami ave. will begin Monday morning. This company which began business several months recently enlarged Its quarters and are now employing a large stafl ol -ales and service men to handle n complete line of furniture, radio: G. E and Apex Rl frl tors and other electrical household appliances. Mr. Sunnier was fOI I more than ten year.connected with :arge furniture store: In the Miami area and during that time established a splendid reputation for fair and equitable deal:: The New York Bakery will opt n one of the finest and modernly equipped bakery stores m the Greater Miami area tomorrow July Tth at 158 N. W. Fifth street. This tore which will serve the public with the finest variety ol bi cakes, and pastries will be under the personal direction of Mrs. I Scholnlck. The company is well known m this area tor the excellency Of its products which are baked daily at its plant 47i 8th st. Freshly baked coeds will bi served daily at 9 a. in. and :s p. m At the opening day samples ot pastries will be served to the patrons free of charge to acquaint them with the splendid goods offered Miss Ida Safer entertained recently m honor ot MisBlanche RothsP Ja< ksonville, with a bunco and dancing party. The hostess was assisted in entertaining by her mother. Mrs. Louis Safer, and Miss Vivien.,e Jacobs. Clein. The gueit of honor recd^ Prizes were won by Messrs. Sid • a lovely gift. At a late hour a de. ney Hyman, Don Levy, and Ben UclOUS ice course was served. SAFEGUARD YOUR SAVINGS Place Your Savings in I — % lIlFEDERALoAViNGS i'AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI 109 N. E 2nd Ave Congress Bldg. 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This Innovation is the mosl outstanding improvement which has taken place in the fertiliser industry in the last .'."> years. Soilade, Inc., takes great pleasure in inviting the puhii, at large to vi-il ibis model II. new plant in the heart of .Miami and watch its manufacturing processes. CHINCH-A-CIDE another Soilade produet to be manufactured in Miami, killchinch bugs immediately upon application and dampening it will also stimulate the growth of injured grass without tin aid of additional fertilizer. Soilade, Inc* 105 N. W. First St. Miami, Florida The Third Reich in Caricature • A collection of aim famous caricatures on tions and events In ('• %  —in English. French and German. Foreword by Heinrich Mann • This volume will main its appearance early in Julj under the spoi. Simplicus Verlag in Prague nil C08T INCLUDING THREE COLOR WRAPPER AJiln a adi .HI, orders to — SIMPLICUS VERLAG X-Zlxkova *Ci Prague, CsechoslovaUa ALTMAN'S HOTEL "' SIXTH AVE. ISB1 itv PARK, N. J. 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Friday. July 6, 1934 THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN THE FEWISH mp st h ead o f the %  *•"-! U J LKJ I association, with the promise ol added Impetus towards the giving FLORIDIAN PUBLISHED KVKKY FRIDAY b> the IKHI-II FI.IIKIDIAN I'llll.lSIIIM; CO. P, o. Bra mi Miami. Florida Phone 2-118.'! EDITORIAL OFFICES: (_ %  s. W. I'' lh Airnuc I'hone 2-IIX3 |. LOUIS SIIOCHET. Editor FBF.D K. 8BOCHBT, ClrtaUtloa M.n.urr OB BORIS SCHLACHMAN. Field Representative HM second claaa mmtrr July i • i Ifflce "i Miami, Florida, • %  \ %  : ..f March 3, 1879. WEST PALM BEACH SAMUEL BCHUTZEB Representative of a Jewish training and eduction to all Jewish children ol school age. Page Three Katz. Sam Verkauf. Ernest Weber. 8am Abramovltz, Oscar Plnman, Milton Bokor, and Mr. Roy Jenkins. Mr. and Mrs. j. Winner and sons have lefl for a two months visit to Hendersonvllle, N. c. Mr. Wittner and will spend e week In Hendersonvllle and the,, return to Tampa. ST. PETERSBURG MBS. MAE BENJAMIN. Representative ORLANDO Il.'ENE UK A VERM AN Representative TAMPA. FLA.: .MRS. M. H. KISLER R< presentative 81 HSCKII'TION •" %  tor town, Pa., where he will visit with relatives and friends. Vol. 7—No. !7 FRIDAY, .III.V (i. 1934 At the same time the Yeshiv Colrees to twenty students with prominent Rabbis i-aymen taking pan ,„ the ,,,.,,. '""""•" %  Miami, Chinuch" education ol the youth Is sadly neglected. Throughout the United stairs. Bnai Brith lakes an acth the defence ol Jewish rights .in many cities the Hitler regime has been the cause for a decided growth m membership ol Bnal Brith I 68. In Miami the only Lodgi has one ol our Rabbi., so aptly phrased ii -in need ol B decent burial." Throughout the civilized world Guterman, left Jews and non-Jews have joined In l >e i ; ilnsl German made goods. In Miami, the mailer was bushed up. The blame, ol course, Is nol 11 tirely to be placed upon the shoui•! those who have a. timed or The Misses Rosalie and Elizabeth had thrusi upon them, the guidKirchick, ol IML-2 Sunsel Drivi ance ol the Jewish community's deshave left for Chicago and befon n tinles, Rather .-hall we say Is the turning home will visit relatives in Mrs. JlggS—He thinks his Wife : Conversion double-faced? Goodness! why? Your question, why do I not try -Oh. he .says just one lac, to make converts, lias, I must say. rabbi of j could never run up such bills for somewhat surprised me. The duty dentistry, massage, cosmetics and to proselytize springs dearly from cold cream. Mr. and Mrs. Max Arglntar have returned from a visit to Miami "till relatives. Mrs. M. w. .luster, her daughter Dolores and her sister Mi.ss R visit Mr. and Mrs. Simon Reed, ol Daytona Beach. Mrs. Reed and her son Donald have been visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. Milchman ol 2006 Talieferro St. Looking back. Jonah's most astounding teat seems to have beer, the ease with which he encouraged some pretty smart prophets to swallow his fish Story. Sila.s—Did that city feller have any luck with his vegetables last year? Hiram In a way. He got a sunstroke and collected S200 from a health insurance company! the idea that outside a certain bethere Is no salvation. I, as a Jew. am not bound to accept that dogma, because according to the teachings of the Rabbis, the Righteous of All Nations Shall Have Part m the Rewards of the Future World. Your motive, therefore, I Ign to me; nay, as a Jew, I am not allowed publicly to attack any religion which Is sound In its moral teachings Moses Mendelssohn. 1770 i to a non-Jewish correspondent. Political .speaker: One who can make an appetite look like altruism. major resp to be cl to the sell i omplaisant mass of the What are we coming to ??'.' What Docs It Mean iio wants to determine for i ha! Jewish life In this nitj i heading lor. and at%  be uided and counselled l.xtcud It • this important de%  T ,„. American Committee for c. mparing happening the settlement ol Gi tout the Country finds himRefti In the U. bewildered as to wonder %  we coming U of the Seaboard I ol the Zionl I a we find a resolution i ommendi d by thai LDICAL REFORM RABBI I i rael, requiring all afthe region to be strictly not otherwise. EL a formal dinner ol the I ard ol Dii a SYNAGOGUE, supposedly upvish traditions al a treiirant on a FAST DAY outside nt the column per. nol a word waf men8. S. R mbi r are lea : lie caliber ol Harrj irian and author; Geori e Gordon Battle, ney; .-v. ihur Garfield H ij 1 1 rd Dudley lis Wiley, bu mans e New York Time; waved by m than the rent tance to our unfi rtunate brethren t ntral Europe, We understand c omm.. the U 8 B H %  ; Asheville and Atlanta. Dr. Sam Bt rgman has l, it | i Von Scribbler's wife ol much help ; i him In his writings?" much. She gets mad : ..: casionally, but Nev Orleans where he has ace. p ., week' id poll an e physician at one of the leading hospitals tl Miss Raye Arglntar, Mil Pauline LeibOVitZ and Miss Tillye Sin haw returned from Miami B where I hey have been for a two Mr. PeckNo 1 Before we were married when i displeased her she refused to .-peak to me. Mr. and ore Wohl and daui 'in i Tampa, and Mi Ruth Simon, have lefl i. a moti r trip tor two months and PI iladelphia, Chi York Citv. Littli r, what di l man who mai lot cf women? Father Polygaml I.in; Elsie—No, tha the word, Oh, I knew it now. He marCohen hesitatingly opened the door to the Woman's Exchange and walked in. "Nu." he asked, "is this the Woman's Exchange?" "Ye Sir," came the reply from n-lipped Nordic-looking woman at the desk. Arc you the woman?" Meyer asked doubtfully. "Yi what ran I do for you?" "Nothing, nothing. I think 1 11 keep my Sadie." Money Isn't everything. times credit answers the sanv pose. St. Petersburg continue every Frlda irening al H p. m. at Con %  "i the immigration ol Israel, 921 9th St. No, with lonal Investigation comrj s. S i: and also to take up Rabbi A 8 Kleinfeld in cha liowing that carl liyoir. „;,,. ,,,, 8ov i e i Government plans nager of the Miami Bill ch an immigration. Dave R I and daughter Plaza and allied in[ n %  ribie, Mr Bam Goldberg and A: was the NAZI Hitler pubEurope, the committee's plan Is ol and Mrs. Silverman lefl last Sunthe United states, though | significance, it need nol nee.-. for Chicago, to visit relative Jew, Thank Heaven, howapply to the German Jewish ret iand attend the World's Fair. ire other ,i, v i.er to Russia, who find ihemsi h '.approaching a fate similar to that of the German The spread ol Fascism, nfti r the Club held Its weekly m ""iii' rer presiding In the president. Planv.ere i d for thi I -ion. A meeting ol the local Bnal I will be held in the vestry rooi thus con. venii July loi h, % %  '. everywhere are Inl th syndicated article %  Confidential" by Phincas week there appears the significant news "Carl Byolr, Nazi nt, may lose his publicity truce betwi Uni and Hitler, with Doherty's Miami Biltw m ,, double-quick time. I because the non-Aryan j, ,, problematic indeed whethei following of the place resents prance will be able to bah it. propogandlzlng of Hltlerism Jewish life in all countries ol CenCountry ..." ,,..,! ., vii K ., tern Europe Is an unread from Morris Rotheii( .,,,iain matter port to the Zionist conven-rj u American Commlttei Uon m Atlantic city, talking about tne settlement ol German Jt sin in membership "come to Refugees in the U. S. 8. R-." should nventlon with almost twice members as we had in In the Greater Miami arc ??????? out the civilized world. %  'there breathes a Jew with test thought of Palestine, wish homeland, last Tuesday o erved as the Yahrzelt of Uli 't Immemorial leader of present Jionlsm Dr. Theodore Herzel. mi ...??? Mr, and Mrs. Al Esrick and Hunt two children, also Mildred Ca left for Philadelphia, for a visit with their relatives. Mrs, Win. Berkowitz, her dat ter Ruth and :ih. Mrs. I Becker daughter Carol and son Stanley, and Mrs, s. Haimowli daughters Gertrude and Pearl will spend part of the summer al Da; tona Beach. Mischa Elman. with his violin entered the public elevator ol the nal Broadcasting Company. The elevator man said: "You with your violin cai e ... ere is a spei ii : >I for I hose carrying ft. •But I am Mischa Elman. plied the famous virtuoso. "1 don't care if you are Rubinoff. returned the elevator man. The chemist was in a bad tl mper. He had told his assistai-' have a sign painted outside the shop and when he saw it hi furious. "You're a tool," he said. "But the autifully done.' said the other. "it. may be so," .-aid the chemist "But who's going to rely on us when our Sign reads: 'In making up ptions we dispense with care'?" Mrs Meyi r Welnsti In and daughter Phylis, accompanied by Mrs, Welnstein, Sr. and Mrs. Pin left for an Indefinite stay al Hendersonvllle, N. C. The recording favorites, angel plaj Mr and Mrs. Morris Hermer. Mi Mae Benjamin and son Philip. with their dad Mr. Dave Goldman, a it.s program all Jewish are summering al Treasure island refugees regardless ol what conntry ii is iiMin which they are trying tO escape. Orlando Notes The Misses Miriam and Florenc Kottelman entertained a numbc. ol friends recently In celebration ol theneighth birthday. Mrs. M. H Block an aunt ol the girls was n honor guest it being he. birthday too. Many a widow gets busy and marries Q nlaI1 because he doesn't want her to. Some men are so meek and lowly that they are even willing to do an honest day's work. Mi A. Bllverstein left recently to Join her husband in Ohio. Mi-s Maxine Braverman Lvisit Ing friends in Sanford. Tampa, Florida Notes Rev. and Mrs. B, Safer held open house recently honoring their son Edward and daughter In law Sara Schneider whose marriage was an Rabbi Adoiph Ilu to Minneapolis, a Jew was ap| the members of the Rodoph Sholom the first Jewish prnuichoir with a beach party at clearMi-s Am, Wolfe returned from W a High school, other promiwater Beach last week The memsouth Carolina accompanied %  municipal posts of lmbers ol the choir are Ml i Plor"' in Hartford, Conn., a Jew encfl Abramovltz, E ta Jenkins, med a.s the temporary United Vickie Poller, Beck Buchman 01 met attorney; in Miami.? Peckett. Helen Aronovil/. Mickle In New York. Judge Rasalskv beLubct.sky. Ballye Unman. Toby Mr and Mrs. L. Kamenetf and famiy to visit her. Al .milled in the vestry rooms of Congregation Ohe\ Sholom. the Mrs. Celia Nadel, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. Lefkowitz returned to her home in New York alter spending some time here. Edwlng Safer entertained a group ol young friends here recently in honor of his fifth birthday anniversary. One young man wants to know how long girls should be courted. same as short ones, we would Bay. It has been noticed that the average man would dispose of a lot ol his experience lor 30 cents on the dollar. The majority of us would have to work 24 hours a day if we were to love our neighbors as they love themselves. Mr. and Mrs. D. Hillman spent a brief visit accompanied by their son Arthur in Cocoa recently. Between us two an iron face Of hard anipthy Had reared in grilled omnipotence For all the world to see Years passed, and when we spoke of late. By some strange alchemy The fence became a golden gate; Was the change in you. or me? 17 nria of nd m



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Page hour THE IEWISH PLOBIDIAS Friday. July 6. 1934 • by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI Si N. M M( I KINGS ^"lOD, MIAMI, FLORIDA VoJ I \ >l NDAY. Jl IV 1. 1: are -. irrr.arr.There may be some who con.'. -frmon a departure :od old-time 1 re may be those who believe tha Mild hoiu forth the promise of eternal reward to those who i-.;nd of life.' and should threaten with Hell-fire and damnation those who are miserable because their earthly paths are mttb boulders. It must appear obvious, to some, that those who here, r ,l,,,,u,pn., ( h .1, a*U I lh this tl • % % % %  •.'.en ( : %  • nd • : % % %  • : to learn the lessoi Bui -.V: : But %  i '• : -' \' irer£^rgr2rargj?f5JBjafHJ2JEraj^^ :-'r epanng ic return agricultural land* to dian. the only tiller of tl 1 nough to marry his farm P — c Adams Grocery 1471 s. w. Gth Btreet OBOCEBIE8 AND Ml ITS FRESH VBGETAB1 1 EVERT DAY %  -n It, j Boi (Iffif. I opens S:49 p.m. sunder Phone 2-6551 Evenings 20t' I >undai-Mondai. Jul\ -'•— I GBB1 \ GAKBO JOHN GILBERT "Queen Christina" For Fresh Sea Foods STOP AT C APT. TOM'S MSI I MART OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST m Fish are the freshest — Caught by our own boats dailv If 11 1Sea Food, we have it at itv.-ry beat) and at attractive!] low prl Our method of handling and selling Sea Pood is in obserraBCe with all the sanitary rules and regulations. lectricity IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERVANT.. lUeit! .'. HHKSH CARLTON HOTEL ( III I si \ WINI 1: \\i) BEACH Atlantic (ity. N. J. OWNERSHIP MANAGEMENT Our Spring mably reduced, whili HI Standard of Food and Service. the Ocean and Boardwalk Telephone 4-8571 OPEN ALL YEAR THE LELANDE-DAVIS HOTEL ATLANTIC CITY'S NEWEST AND FINEST JEWISH HOTEL Maatachoaetta Avenue and Beach—(Opposite Heinz Pieri DIETARY LAWS EXCELLENT FOOD MODERATE RATES Cheerful Rooms and Baths Sun Deck J. GLASER. J, APPLEBATJM, Managers 'Formerly of the New Davis Hotel' + + I HOMES FOR SALE or RENT In All Sections of Miami PRICED REASONABLY Dade County Security Co. Ill N. E. First Avenue Soy Bean Bread and ether eceUle breed* GOOD HEALTH BAKING COMPANY. IN( :itS W. Flecler St. Phone MSB 1401 Wa-shinjton Avenue. M. R The "God Health" KfiJ Dr. Chas. Beckwitt OPTOMETRIST "24 years in Miami Ml SIC DANCING ENTERTAINMENT GIFT CENTER *'rriv Busiest *"*^itaslir^r^ RED CROSS DRUG DEPARTMENT SIEFIdrfrf* GREATER VALUES Correctly prescribed and accurately fitted classes over a period j of more than 24 years. ( AREFIL ATTENTION TO COSMETIC VALCES. STYLES. AND TYPES 36 N E FIRST AVENITE White Oak Leather I Half Soles 50c| l-ADIES HEELS 15f I ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP I 240 K. I Frtt Arc Off bnti •"



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Friday. July 6. 1934 dtthe movies' The Prizefighter and The Lady is coming Sunday and Monday e world's champion heavyfighter Max Baer playing liar role. In this picture much [nteresl la created by the fight between Camera the former title holder and Max Baer. with THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Page Five Federal Savings Loan Accounts With the passage and aproval by the President of the national housing act last week a real boon to Lwch appears at the Tivoll Theatre i buUdto *homeowners and savers will be afforded through the medium of the Federal Loan and Savings Associations, with the organization here recently ol the Federal Savings and Loan Association of Miami, with offices on the mound floor of the Congress Bldg. those wanting to receive a return ol foui to five per cent on then savings and yel be assured ol Its have this opportunltj because of the laci thai these institutions sponsored and supervised bj the Federal government camethe governmenl i guaranty ol M accounts up to ssooo. Tiu.s Institution ol which Mr. Louis Nathan, prominent local Jewish communal worker and longtime resident of this area, is the manager has associated with II a number of other prominent Ji business and professional men. The Federal Savings and Loan association is an instrumentality ol hi United states government and perates under the regulation and upervision ol the government. It pays no federal 'axe.and savings accounts placed with it are as lice .10111 tax a., are government bond.-.. The government is the : hareholder, and the association is authorized to call upon the U. S. iry lor funds equal in amount to three times the total ot all private savings accounts in the a •ion. The government account In the association Is upon the same basis athe .1 il counts Ot private individuals No. U. S. bond.-, or other preferred ecurlty is taken by the government. The total amount of savings placed in the association by the public and the government is available [01 Investment here in home morttg< enal associations :o finance the construction and Improvements ot homeand to refinance existing home mortgages up to four tiem.s the amount placed with the association by local SBVIngs Investoi In addition to the account of the J. S. treasury, which Is not subject (i immediate withdrawal, tin ciation lias on call at all limes 110111 the Federal Home Loan bank : Winsti n-Salem. to meet the cash equirements of its members, an mount equivalent to 35 per cent ol he total treasury account and pubic savings in the association. Thud 1 ash reserves are available from the 1 ederal Home Loan bank up to 1 maximum ot 140 per cent of the amount left with the association by li cal savings investors. Tins makes the assets 01 the association liquid at all time-, since the federal association is not forced 10 await mortgage collections 11 10 sell its !ges m the open market U, ibtaln funds for Its members. No savings institution has ever before afforded to members such MYRNA LOY y. Dempsey heavyweight champion of some years ago as the 1 Walter Huston, Myrna Loy, Mo Knitter arc among the sup| in this picture which : and clean entertainment. I. ix Baer is given a real oppori how his histrionic abilit takes advantage in a manfr. that has earned him the plauthe fans. Hie role that Greta Garbo por's in her new Metro-Goldwynavcr starring picture. "Queen which comes Sunday 1 ; Monday to the 7th Avenue iimilar in many respect, ui glamorous personality. ;'ure was produced alter preparations were outfilming with Walter at the helm as the producCritii are unanimous in the pmion that the picture affords C the greatest characterization iihaj,: essayed. government protection and guaranand it is believed that under them a large volume of local savsupplemented by three time? that amount of treasury funds, will be immediately made available in South Florida lor the conservative financing of new and existing home properties. John Gilbert Doubly of interest, the producn also marks the return of John :l,: to the screen and his re"h Garbo after a picture "on of five years. Garbo had the story of "Queen Misting" in mind for se veral years (| explored deeply in Stockholm Cn 'ves during her recent visit to to study the character she '" "ailed upon to play. A Indiana woman is suing for '"'" %  because her husband traded "' fomily Bible for a quart of !*yIt wasn't she says, even asonably good whisky. M VOLI showi fill nd 9 00 P. M. 20c till 8:80— Evening 25c Matinees Saturday and Sunday Continuous 2 to 11 Sunday-Monday, July 8-9— .MAX BAER MYRNA l.OV "Prizefighter and The Lady" \ NEWLY EQUIPPED AND REMODELED BUILDING OCCUPIED BY MIAMI co. The first quantities of -Soilade,"' a new fertilizer developed by F. H. Bennett and ROSS Bockstrom. chairman ol the board and president, of Soilade. Inc., are now being turned out at the modern all-steel plant recently at 105 N. W. First street. The building has been remodeled to dapt n to the manufacture of fertilizer and to provide office space. Soilade will be made to SUlt any type soil, with formulas worked out to produce the best results. Mr. Beckstrom explained. There will be no charge for soil analyses. Soilade has been made during the past two years or more in a small plant at Lantana. Fla., where research work in its development was carried on over a period of three years. The product has no animal organic matter in it, vegetable being used instead, with the base of potash, nitrogen and phosphoric acid. In addition it contains manganese, magnesia, calcium, sulphur, iron, copper, carbon, zinc, titanium and sodium, or a total ol 13 elements. There is nothing in Soilade to attract worms or insects, but on the contrary it does include a repellant to keep out soil-born v. orms. In addition to Soilade. the company is also marketing two additional products, one known as Chinch-a-cide. for the prevention of damage to crops and lawn grass by chinch bugs, and Repelanite. a product to eliminate the ravages ol the mole cricket in seed beds and among tndcr plants. 'Junior Bnai Brithi. Sunday night July 8th from 10:45 to 11 p. m. The contest is a feature of the international convention of the A Z A which is being held this week. Officer—I did not, your honor! He got those marks from his wife! Judge—Did this man resist? Officer—No. your honor: he seemed glad to be locked up Judge—Then why did you use your club? It has been noticed that the average man would dispose of a lot of his experience for 30 cents on the dollar. A / A ORATOR TO SPEAK Of interest to Miamians will be the broadcast winch will be heard locally over Station WIOD featuring the winner of the international oratorical contest of the A Z A SEND YOIR LAl'NDRY TO THE HOMK SERVICE Laundry ROY H. TURNER, Prop. IJ25 S. W. Clh St. |>hon S-5654 WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER S ^^^^^^^vzizizszivzizizizisisiv^itisr^ni^r^rRnsTiTi^i^i IV I FOR NEWS OF VALUE RE A /) lunday s Papers ANNOUNCING THE FORMAL OPENING OF SUMNER m S & CO. 300 N. Miami Avenue at 3rd St. Phone 22518 MONDAY, JULY 9TH GROSSMAN'S HOTEL I i New Jersey Avenue, near Beach j ATLANTIC CITY. N J. Offering Fine Accommodations at Moderate Terms The Foremast Hotel in Atlantic City Catering to Jewish Clientele Dietary Laws Courteous Service Sea Water in All Bathrooms ALWAYS OPEN I I Josef 1 1 •i Grossman's Sons MODERN BUSINESS DEMANDS THAT YOUR TRAINING SHOULD BE OF THE VERY BEST.... Efficiency, certain knowledge and substantial background are your key to business success. You can get them all thru training at this University. Why not avail yourself of our business training? It will help you to get and hold a business position. INDIVIDUAL ATTENTION TO EACH STIDENT SOUTHERN BROTHERS MIAMI BUSINESS UNIVERSITY, INC. Security Building


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Page S:x THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday. July 6. 1934 j • %  • West Palm Beach Notes .-: by D B'. i last Sui for %  ':' % %  : \ Beth H .%  %  i kwartted Mrs. 8 v %  1 a BJ U Britn %  North C -• % %  • % %  bUSUMS S Was v I >erI \ MrH 3 ..-. : ? City Mi S • ..' • ".' E I IS p \ PLUM OF PERPLEXITY I %  %  %  : peratue It la guided by iman welfare and In -. -.: %  '.• I '. Ill [1 Pi brutally u Hill rtet a be%  :v..--. I B U ?: %  re c T.'.tu P • %  '•'. Q :'.: :: Mas %  ( :%  •xed %  :.' Low a I j : : "_ %  THE BOYCOTT i iron-, page 1> emerged • • 1 of compa .-.>•:• %  •freed 1 oor Unions d to a more .e ocI .: trtflII .-•• I Labor all does wt : • cour.v. Classified and the impending blow falls, a Sew Germany .. racial and ostice :* restored will ,,:e it.s place. be ready to exlt the hand of nrikn and brotherhood Thank God. we • that emanfor Gerof the .anker intrie None : %  M worke world, dare turn • too great. The is too near at hand rd toward the Id freedom from lerabli \ %  except the bootleggers. Many a man who thinks he %  ^elf-made is in reality wife-made AHMNC.S Everybodj eemi to know the boctleggers are out of bu These Visitors who kno Choose THE BILTMORE while in ATLANTIC ( |TV Because at the BILTMf : are assured of thos< In sen-ice ... hot and water baths surf directly from hotel ... coi open-air dining room foi modern cuisine—ired in accordar. DIETARY LAWS. 80 arranges ENTERTAINMENT and DANCING nightly. Ownership Management \\ M—MALAMl T—M \\ POR SHUT! EH AWNINGS see the Duplex shutter Co Price* right— .... fl %  r:v.Ml N. W. 54:h St. Phone Edreaier U7. GARAGES ROLLINS i BOGGS m General -..-. Brake Lining Et< .V: N '.V Sth St PhOtM 2-2441 GROCERS SHELL'S lii5 S \V th St. INSURANCE For Insurance Conult JUK J ATKINS Metropolitan Life Inssmnee Co. E MILL WORK LEE NOVELTY WORKS 5" ?. : .-' %  PI ISO II SING >s TVNE: W H if Phone Jll ;-%  v u :--. $1 R VDl" 5YN \GOG RE\L ESUTE % %  • : X .V SBC%  ierma= %  W L. HARRI> K-i L--_i-.' Set ike I -e :-iui ROOFIV'-. R"BBIN ROOFING A SHEET MXTAI WORKS 1 -. %  y.p FoR YOL'R OWS GOOD BL) FROM NEW YORK BAKERY 15N N. \\ 5th Street Phone 2. &52 -I i a ;..'. finest White, Rye, Pumpernickel, W holt Wheat, I •nna Breads. Rolls, and Delicious Cakes and Past Hi i FRESH TWICE DAILY AT 9 A. M. and 3 P. M. GRAND OPENING SATURDAY. JULY 7TH Samples of Pj>tr> to all patrons on op enin g JJ> Under Personal Supervision o* Mrs. F Scholnick AS ALWAYS "Bundles of Satisfaction" BILTMORE LAUNDRY DRY CLEANING RUGS BLANKETS DRAPES PILLOWS CURTAINS Fight Hitlerism BY HELPING ITS ENEMIES Hitli hat those who oppose him or even dare to cril %  %  mil • He does not discriminate between Jews ar.c Christlai Intellectuals and trade unionists, pacifists and II lists anci Communists. If they express their opposition to are to be repressed or exterminated The Internslation. recognizing the fact that all anti-l mmon enemy—Hitlerism, help the victims of Nazis uithout regard to race, religious beliefs, or poliliul opini.Miv [i opera) tesi non-tectariait. aon-pardsti lines. N %  • :..-. doe: the International Relief Assodatl through In Pranct Sweden N rwaj Bwil and vakia hi | cooperate witl form %  : : • ;• lal pi roups as widelj round Ithln G of those led or •'..:• and -. Hul<: ism by i port of fi In Is in 1 ts A rican C mn • n which was I •. %  at %  -.. bj Albert Hi : Mam Erns( r Hi i Ka %  % %  %  %  and civil I ppi %  .-.: thi JEWI8H FLORIDIAN THE NEED is GREAT. I'OUR RESPONSE SHOULD BE IMMEDIATI Make all rantribuUons payable to i"n-da Kirebwey, Trr4-urer. Room Ml, -' Vesej Street. New York. American Committee INTERNATIONAL RELIEF ASS'N. OSWALD GARRISON V1LLARD C I RED KIRCHWEY D STERIING D SPERO Secretary E MkiiM Roger %  %  B H : AS M P H Abram I Han SI O. H V. p. c I B C c c .-.-• c s C N William F o. H A 0\er." D %  P %  •'• %  R E P : A Clayton P Mehtlli rtis Ret?>e Haynes H De A H Elmer F. I HE i Harold R Arthur W Ml J B Matthews I C v. P N N K N Tucks* P Si nrnjamrn BMUbeH Goodwin Wats Banna D w Tbereaa W<


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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
July 6, 1934

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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^Jewish IFIIariidlibiin
J LOR IDA'S ONLY JJWISH WEEKLY
-No. 27.
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRI DAY. Jl I.Y 6. 1934
Price Five Ccnt.
Iwish News
.round The
World
calls for War on Bias
lira polls "Those American
ublimely unconscious" of the
lug current of anti-Semitism
United States, being foster-
I Nazi Germany, received a
acl ion from Richard E.
It director of the Anti-De-
kn League of B'nai B'rith, at
I membership campaign com-
Iniecting.
Jewish Appeal Reaches
Half-way Mark
| YorkThat the half-way
been reached in Uie $3,-
I campaign of the United
I Appeal was revealed in a
it by James G. McDonald.
I of Nations High Commis-
|or German Refugees, just
lie sailed for Europe to re-
duties. In a letter to Felix
Iburg. national chairman ol
|palgn, Mr. McDonald laud-
rican Jewry for their el-
\ behalf of thii German
efugees and expressed con-
|that the full quota of $3.-
.ould be raised.
Key West To I The Boycott
Try New Deal
Not A Jewish
(Jet Degrees at Yeshiva
College
forkThe degree of bach-
irts was conferred upon 20
tws at the third annual
Cement exercises of Ye-
llege. Those who received
ere: A. N. Avrutick. Mon-
^muel Deutsch. New York;
penbaum. Newark; Lsadore
eveland; Israel Freedman.
; H. H. Friedman. Balti-
lorris Funk. Brooklyn;
kokdin, Rochester; Meyer
fg. Jersey City; A. H. Hen-
York; J. E. Hochman.
lass.; Jacob Hurwitz, Bal-
IAaron Kellner, Brooklyn;
Jlians. Brooklyn; H. A. Po-
Jew York; Benjamin Rod-
lew York; Carl Siegel,
N. J.; Norman Siegel.
s; Joseph Straus. Brooklyn;
foy. Wilke.sbarre, Pa.
| Heroine First Jewish
ihinrt Official in Canada
Officials of Key West and Mon-
roe county, by formal resolution,
have surrendered their rights, pre-
rogatives and priviliges in office to
Gov. Dave Sliolt/ as a prerequisite
to a plan under which the governor
would assume charge of what may
become one of the most ambitious
rehabilitation programs yet under-
taken by the New Deal.
The plan contemplates the com-
plete transformation of the Island
City into a fairyland of beauty, with
attractions for tourists that are de-
signed to make it a center lor win-
ter visitors; perhaps a rearrange-
ment c i streets parks, playgrounds;
removal ol all unsightly buildings.
power and telephone poles; a pro-
gram to bring about a renaissance
ol the cigar industry, and also to
bring other industries, to the end
that the population might again
become self-sustaining.
Resolutions adopted Monday by
the Monroe county board of com-
missioners and by the city council
of Key West set forth a series of
calamities which have befallen the
Island City and winch have brought
atout a condition under which
practically the entire population is
dependent upon charity for its
bread. 'Hie decadence of Key Wesl
tailed with the sudden removal of j
lit -1 ol the Cigar factories to Tarn-
pa a score or more years ago.
From its proud position as the
state's most important port of en-
try. Kej We-t. m hall a century,
has descended the municipal seal.'
until today, it.s population impov-
erlshed. it.- commerce virtually de-
stroyed, its fishing industry negli-
gible, its imports inconsequential,
j the community is beaten to its
knees, in dire need of assistance.
As a result of the Galveston im-
migration some years ago. Key West
| had thi' most flourishing Jewish
community of Florida with aboui
several hundred families living
there. A synagogue was built and a
Rabbi was employed. Today then
are only fourteen Jewish families
in Key West with the Rev. Philip
Crystal a* ,ll(' 'shoched'., most of
the families having removed t o
Miami There is practically no Jew-
ish communal life existent there
____________ i
Question Solely
r. CanadaDavid Croll,
|dd mayor of this city since
become the first Jewish
|ol a provincial cabinet in
s a result of his election
ovincial legislature of On-
\he landslide which carried
1 Party to power. Croll Is
led minister of labor by
litchell F. Hepburn. John
[Jewish alderman from To-
was elected to the pro-
gislature on the Liberal
foil's vote exceeded that
all three of his oppon-
Council To Aid
Worthy Students
The Senior Council of Jewish
Women recently voted funds to
found scholarships lor serving boys
and girls of this area. One scholar-
ship will be given to the University
of Miami and any boy or girl will
be eligible who has been on Uie
honor roll of the High school where
he or she graduated. Two scholar-
ships will be available at a promi-
nent business college for two de-
serving girls. Full details may be
obtained from Mrs. Ida Optner in
charge of this fund at 2353 S. W.
24th Terrace.
That the boycott against German
goods is not a Jewish boycott, ncr
sorely a Jewish question, was em-
phasized by Samuel Untermyer in
his address recently in the Phila-
delphia Metropolitan Opera House
before the Pennsylvania State Fed-
eration of Labor, the American
Legion, and numerous other civic
organizatioas of the state.
Pointing out that on the direct-
orate of the anti-Nazi organization
which he heads there are included
such notable Americans as Colonel
Theodore Roosevelt. Hon. James W
Gerard. Mayor LaGuardia, Hon. Ar-
thur S. Tompkins. Justice of the
Appellate Division of the Supreme
Court, Hon. James M. Beck. Hon.
George Gordon Battle. Hon. Victor
J. Dowling (recently deceased". Rev.
John Haynes Holmes. Rev. Edward
L. Hunt and Hon. Frank P. Walsh.
Mr. Untermyer stated:
"As often as I have had the op-
portunity during this campaign. I
have repeated that this is not a
Jewish question. It is one that
deeply and equally concerns all
humanity and has from the outset
been SO regarded although the Jews
were the victims of the original
outbreak and the chief and mast
terrible sufferers, though far from
the only ones.
"Docs anyone imagine that the
Jews wlio constitute less than r.
ol the world population could alone
have achieved the brilliant results
already attained by the boycott? I;
is the spontaneous uprising of an
outraged world that has made this
possible.
"One would imagine Horn Heir
Hitlers latest published threat in
his Monday's interview that the
United States i.s the only country
engaged In this boycott. Only ir.
per year of German exports came
to this country before this boycott
was begun, in the face of the fact
that Heir Hitler and his follower-
persist m their foolish atU-mpt to
distort the facts by calling this a
Jewish boycott, and second, by try-
ing to have it appear, for American
newspaper consumption, that it is
an American Boycott, when, in pom;
of fact, it is. as I have said, a stu-
pendous world-uprising and is far
more effective in such countries as
Russia, France. Egypt. Great Brit-
ain and South Africa than m the
United States. The decrease of
German exports to Russia for the
past six months dwindled by 93':.
With our own country and the
rest of the world available to us we
shall manage, if necessary, to live
without German goods and without
further parting with our own goods
paid for with our own money.
Dealing with Germany ha.s proven
an expensive luxurygetting paid
with stage-money. We had better
keep our goods at home than sell
any more of them on these terms.
The reversion of the laboring
people of Germany, who had gradu-
(Continued on Page 6'
A Program
By Dr. Alex. Lyons
of The Supplement
Now and then some of our con-
gregations. Christian as well as
Jewish, are seized with a sacra-
mental spasm to bolster their in-
stitutions. These urges are called
drives, membership drives. Every
time I hear of one of these I am
saddened.
The necessity for these drives in-
dicates an inadequate religious in-
terest, a religious depression. Such
is properly deplorable since it ex-
pases a lack of something vital
somewhere in our religious life.
Our churches must thrive. Prop-
erly conducted they are the main-
spring ol much of our necessary
spiritual stimulus. Without such
impulsion man becomes a machine.
How shall we reinforce and spirit-
ualize our churches? Not by drives.
You cannot drive a man into re-
ligious interest. You may by this
method bring some kind of pres-
sure to bear upon him. social, poli-
tical, or economic, but you will not
be able to hold him. He will slip
or step out with the first oppor-
tunity. Accordingly, what's to be
done? We must not drive, we must
draw people into congregational in-
terest and activity. How may this be
done? Here i.s a program:
I. Let congregational competition
give away to congregational co-
Operatlon, This mean- fewer church-
es and less commercialism in their
conduct.
II. With fewer churches we shall
have bigger men m our pulpits Let
our congregations engage and keep
only such men as compel and con-
serve a genuine religious interest
which makes the pulpit a spiritual
inspiration in place ol an oratori-
cal, literary, or academic entertain-
ment that furnishes pleasure but
no power. We have too many
ministers, too little ministration;
too many pulpits, too little pro-
phecy.
III. Let us democratize our
churches by opening membership to
anyone according to his ability to
pay. allotting seats on the same
basis, I fail to see why a poor fel-
low of fine spirit should be ex-
cluded from membership while a
perambulating pocketbook may
come in and by grace of gold, which
Is In- God. even wield more power
! than the minister. That this is so
I accounts for the low spirituality.
j the practical futility of so many
churches. We shall not have real
religious congregations until mem-
bership is composed principally of
people of real religious yearning
and aspiration.
IV. Finally, let us accord to the
minister a larger measure of lead-
ership. He may not know much
commercially. He may know as
little of successful business tactics
as some of his members who tell
him: "Doc, you are too impracti-
J cal." although they themselves are
not signal successes.
The minister, of the right kind,
the only kind fit to lead a religious
institution, knows more about the
properties of religious idealism than
any one in it. This is his specialty,
his training, his vocation. In this
! Announcements i
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
137 N. E. Ninrlrrnlh Slreel
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 ol
Rabbi Kaplan with a Lay member
in charge. Services are held in tht
main auditorium.
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)
111 Wuhincton Ave.. Miami Reach
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
(Conservative)
IS* N. W. Third Aeenoe
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 Maarr.
service.
his word should always be consult-
ed. It frequently is not. His counsel
in this direction should generally
be at least tried. Without such lun-
damental religious guidance a con-
gregation cannot succeed even
though it attract a crowd to its
meetings. With such a palpable
spiritual platform there is a more
appealing basis from which to seek
membership. Some of the incidental
activities ol congregational life are
held up and publicized as essen-
tials. Hence failure. Religious ideal-
ism, spiritual stimulus in service ol
individual and socal ethics and
morality, are the main justification
of a religious organization, the only-
one upon which membership may
successfully be sought and. what is
more important, persistently held.
A man who is injected into a con-
gregation under stress of the con-
ventional drive, instead of being in-
spired into it. is likely to prove un-
\ certain. With the slightest pretext
he will speak out.
Accordingly. I am not sympa-
thetic to the customary' drive m re-
ligion. I believe that every intelli-
gent person should have congrega-
tional connection. It makes a valu-
able contribution to his own hlr
and to that of the community. It is
' an act of civic and patriotic loyalty.
' He should, however, be drawn and
i not driven.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, July 8, m
SOCIETY
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Sterling are
receiving congratulations on the
birth of a baby son last Sunday at
the Victoria Hospital. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei will officiate at the Bris
which will take place at the hospi-
tal next Sunday.

Plans for the gala installation
banquent of the recently elected
officers of Beth David Congrega-
tion include dinner at one of the
local night clubs within the next
two weeks, Special entertainment
will be provided during the evening.
In charge of arrangements is a
committee consisting of M< Nat
Zalka, A. Rubin and Leo Ackerman.
Full details will appear in our next
Issue.

Betli David Sisterhood will spon-
sor a picnic the lattei parl ol July
which is planned to be one of the
gala events ol the summer. Pull de-
tail- will appear In our next Issue.
With Al Berkowitz, merntx.....
man In charge, the July mem-
bership campaign of the Young
Hebrew Association began
this week with a goal of fifty mem-
.. A prize will be awarded to
the member who will bring in mosl
applications ai el acquainted
banquet will formall;
Among the deli ding
.'.. ... or-
ganization ol America al Atlai
was Rabbi David i Rosen-
.. of Beth Jacob Congregation.
mi Beach who nted the
il distrlcl by appointment ol the
t>
As the result of an int
tnpaign among its members
and friends thi ::. i:. and direc-
I Ti mple Israel, Miami's Re-
form Jewish c tion raised
im ol ten thousand dollars to
rds the reduction of
its mortgage indebtedm

At a well attended meeting of
Beth David Congregation held last
Sunday night at its Talmud Torah
Hall reports of the activities of the
Board of Directors for the past
year were presented. A recommen-
dation that the annual membership
be raised to twenty dollars per
year was adopted by the meeting.
Plans for the High Holidays will be
announced at an early date.
*
An important meeting of the
Ladic.- Auxiliary of the Jewish Wel-
fare Bureau will be held on Monday
July 16th when matters ol import-
ance will be discussed.
use of the Fourth ol July
holiday no meeting of the 5
Hebrew Association was held
Wednesday night. All members an
to attend the next meeting
Of the organization at the club-
n in- i :. Wi dncsda ii
11th when matter.- ol importance
will be ai ted on.
*
Mr ii rf is a p
at the Jackson Memorial H
ill of an accld
*
The- Ladle Auxiliary of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox C" l
vil! entertain at one of it.- :
bi-weekly card parties next
' ily loth at the lawn
te 1545 s. w. 3rd st.
.. Mr.-. Nat Blumberg as the
PriZI '.'.ill be awarded for
s and refreshments will
:e .-crved. The public is invited to
Mr. Joseph G
day night
Ni w York.
Quite a large crowd
. da] pli : red by the
Loyalty club of Emunah Ci.
Hard:, a Casino last Wi di
Mr and Mrs. Joseph M Lipton
receh Ini < ongratulatlons on
the birth of a baby boy last Thurs-
day morning at the St. Francis Hos-
pital. Mother and baby are resting
nic ely. The Bris was held yester-
ith Rabbi S. M. Machtei offi-
ciating.
admittance
To Burdine's kiddie
Kabaret ( Station i
WQAM Saturdays
from 9:30 to 10.
by ticket only
Sorrybut there isn't enough room at Station
WQAM for all the Kiddie Kabaret fans .
mi from now on (until the Kabaret is moved
back to Burdine's root auditorium) it you
in! to see this il.inoS show, get your ticket
from ani salesperson on Burdine's Fourth
I lex r. N'o charge, of course.
Burdine's
At a meeting of the Ladies Auxil-
iary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation held last Tuesday
night, Mrs. Philip Berkowitz was
elected first vice president, and Mr.-.
Jack Hlrsch, treasurer, to fill va-
cancies in the offices,

Mrs. ,ioe Pearlman and dau
Cynthia Fae. and son, Donald, of
Key West are guests at the St.
George apartments, Miami Beach
Mrs Pearlman is the daughter ol
Mr. and Mrs. A. LeibOVil Ol Miami

Cantor Louis Hayman. who has
been visiting friends and relatives
In New York and the New England
states, returned this week
Mrs. Ada Mikins. ol Long 1
City, N. Y. Is visiting her sister
and brother-in-law. Mr, and Mrs
Irving Kwart,

Mrs, Philip Augustine Is a p
at the Jackson Memorial H
where .-he underwent a
operation last Saturday,
Cantor Boris Schlachman ol
Miami Beach left las) week for a
tour ol 0 8 [la and Florida I B
Saturdaj he a ndui ted ei Ices at
Savannah. Ga., and tomorrow he
will chant the set \ Ii i s at the
Rodeph Sholom Syni
pa.
*
At a meetin oi thi Board ol Di-
I he Miami Jewish ortho-
dox Congregation plans for thi
tion Ol thi I were
adopted, in charge oi the renova-
tions are Messrs. ii. M. Drevich and
Max Rappaport. members oi the
H isi committee ol the organiza-

i:., twelfth oi a
sponsored by the i
Club ot Emunah chapter will be
held Tuesday July loth at the home
ol Mrs. !( beci a Bilvet teln L553 B
YV. 1st St. Prizes Will be awarded
tor high score and n 11
will bi rh( publii
',o attend.
The forma! opening ol the Sum-
. Furniture and Radio Co. at 300
n Miami ave. will begin Monday
morning. This company which be-
gan business several months
recently enlarged Its quarters and
are now employing a large stafl ol
-ales and service men to handle n
complete line of furniture, radio:
G. E and Apex Rl frl
tors and other electrical household
appliances. Mr. Sunnier was fOI I
more than ten year.- connected with
:arge furniture store: In the Miami
area and during that time estab-
lished a splendid reputation for
fair and equitable deal::
The New York Bakery will opt n
one of the finest and modernly
equipped bakery stores m the
Greater Miami area tomorrow July
Tth at 158 N. W. Fifth street. This
tore which will serve the public
with the finest variety ol bi
cakes, and pastries will be under
the personal direction of Mrs. I
Scholnlck. The company is well
known m this area tor the excel-
lency Of its products which are
baked daily at its plant 47i
8th st. Freshly baked coeds will bi
served daily at 9 a. in. and :s p. m
At the opening day samples ot pas-
tries will be served to the patrons
free of charge to acquaint them
with the splendid goods offered
Miss Ida Safer entertained re-
cently m honor ot Mis- Blanche
RothsP Ja< ksonville, with a
bunco and dancing party. The hos-
tess was assisted in entertaining by
her mother. Mrs. Louis Safer, and
Miss Vivien.,e Jacobs. Clein. The gueit of honor recd^
Prizes were won by Messrs. Sid a lovely gift. At a late hour a de.
ney Hyman, Don Levy, and Ben UclOUS ice course was served.
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Friday. July 6, 1934
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
THE FEWISH "mp-st"headof the*"-!
U J LkJ i association, with the promise ol
added Impetus towards the giving
FLORIDIAN
PUBLISHED KVKKY FRIDAY
b> the
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EDITORIAL OFFICES:
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|. LOUIS SIIOCHET. Editor
FBF.D K. 8BOCHBT, ClrtaUtloa M.n.urr
OB BORIS SCHLACHMAN.
Field Representative
hm second claaa mmtrr July i
i Ifflce "i Miami, Florida,
\ : ..f March 3, 1879.
WEST PALM BEACH
SAMUEL BCHUTZEB
Representative
of a Jewish training and eduction
to all Jewish children ol school age.
Page Three
Katz. Sam Verkauf. Ernest Weber.
8am Abramovltz, Oscar Plnman,
Milton Bokor, and Mr. Roy Jenkins.
Mr. and Mrs. j. Winner and sons
have lefl for a two months visit to
Hendersonvllle, n. c. Mr. Wittner
and will spend e week In Hendersonvllle
and the,, return to Tampa.
ST. PETERSBURG
MBS. MAE BENJAMIN.
Representative
ORLANDO
Il.'ENE UK A VERM AN
Representative
TAMPA. FLA.:
.MRS. M. H. KISLER
R< presentative
81 HSCKII'TION
Ine \ mr
Si.tin
2.0t
Rabbi Adoiph Bun er
Rodoph sholom Temple has left
;'" three weeks trip to Unon-
y !>"' tor town, Pa., where he will visit with
relatives and friends.
Vol. 7No. !7
FRIDAY, .III.V (i. 1934
At the same time the Yeshiv Col-
rees to twenty stud-
ents with prominent Rabbis
i-aymen taking pan the ,,,.,,.
'""""- Miami, Chinuch" edu-
cation ol the youth Is sadly neg-
lected.
Throughout the United stairs.
Bnai Brith lakes an acth
the defence ol Jewish rights .in
many cities the Hitler regime has
been the cause for a decided growth
m membership ol Bnal Brith I
68. In Miami the only Lodgi
has one ol our Rabbi., so apt-
ly phrased ii -in need ol b decent
burial."
Throughout the civilized world Guterman, left
Jews and non-Jews have joined In
l>e i; ilnsl German made
goods. In Miami, the mailer was
bushed up.
The blame, ol course, Is nol 11
tirely to be placed upon the shoui-
! those who have a. timed or The Misses Rosalie and Elizabeth
had thrusi upon them, the guid- Kirchick, ol iml-2 Sunsel Drivi
ance ol the Jewish community's des- have left for Chicago and befon n
tinles, Rather .-hall we say Is the turning home will visit relatives in
Mrs. JlggSHe thinks his Wife : Conversion
double-faced? Goodness! why? Your question, why do I not try
-Oh. he .says just one lac, to make converts, lias, I must say.
rabbi of j could never run up such bills for somewhat surprised me. The duty
dentistry, massage, cosmetics and to proselytize springs dearly from
cold cream.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Arglntar have
returned from a visit to Miami
"till relatives.
Mrs. M. w. .luster, her daughter
Dolores and her sister Mi.ss R
visit
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Reed, ol Day-
tona Beach. Mrs. Reed and her son
Donald have been visiting her pa-
rents. Mr. and Mrs. J. Milchman ol
2006 Talieferro St.
Looking back. Jonah's most
astounding teat seems to have beer,
the ease with which he encouraged
some pretty smart prophets to
swallow his fish Story.
Sila.sDid that city feller have
any luck with his vegetables last
year?
Hiram In a way. He got a sun-
stroke and collected S200 from a
health insurance company!
the idea that outside a certain be-
there Is no salvation. I, as a
Jew. am not bound to accept that
dogma, because according to the
teachings of the Rabbis, the Right-
eous of All Nations Shall Have
Part m the Rewards of the Future
World. Your motive, therefore, I
Ign to me; nay, as a Jew, I am
not allowed publicly to attack any
religion which Is sound In its moral
teachings Moses Mendelssohn.
1770 i to a non-Jewish correspon-
dent.
Political .speaker: One who can
make an appetite look like altru-
ism.
major resp to be cl
to the sell i omplaisant mass of the
What are we coming to ??'.'
What Docs It Mean
iio wants to determine for
i ha! Jewish life In this
nitj i heading lor. and at- -----------------------------
be uided and counselled l.xtcud It
this important de- T,. American Committee for
c. mparing happening the settlement ol Gi
tout the Country finds him- Refti In the U.
bewildered as to wonder .
we coming U
of the Seaboard
I ol the Zionl I
a we find a resolution
i ommendi d by thai
lDICAL REFORM RABBI
I i rael, requiring all af-
the region to be strictly
. not otherwise. EL
a formal dinner ol the
I ard ol Dii
a SYNAGOGUE, supposedly up-
vish traditions al a trei-
irant on a FAST DAY
outside nt the column
per. nol a word waf men-
8. S. R
mbi r
are lea : lie caliber ol Harrj
irian and auth-
or; Geori e Gordon Battle,
ney; .-v. -
ihur Garfield H ij 11 rd Dudley
lis Wiley, bu
mans e New York Time;
waved by m
than the rent
tance to our unfi rtunate brethren
t ntral Europe, We understand
c omm..
the U 8 B H ; .
Asheville and Atlanta.
Dr. Sam Bt rgman has l, it |
i Von Scribbler's wife ol much
help ; i him In his writings?"
' much. She gets mad :
..: casionally, but .
Nev Orleans where he has ace. p ., week'
id poll an e physician at
one of the leading hospitals tl
Miss Raye Arglntar, Mil Pauline
LeibOVitZ and Miss Tillye Sin
haw returned from Miami B
where I hey have been for a two
Mr. Peck- No1 Before we
were married when i displeased
her she refused to .-peak to me.
Mr. and ore Wohl and
daui 'in i Tampa, and Mi
Ruth Simon, have lefl
i. a moti r trip tor two months and
PI iladelphia, Chi
- York Citv.
Littli r, what di
l man who mai lot cf
women?
Father Polygaml
I.in; ElsieNo, tha the
word, Oh, I knew it now. He mar-
Cohen hesitatingly opened the
door to the Woman's Exchange
and walked in.
"Nu." he asked, "is this the Wom-
an's Exchange?"
"Ye Sir," came the reply from
n-lipped Nordic-looking wo-
man at the desk.
Arc you the woman?" Meyer
asked doubtfully.
"Yi what ran I do for you?"
"Nothing, nothing. I think 1 11
keep my Sadie."
Money Isn't everything.
times credit answers the sanv
pose.
St. Petersburg
continue every Frlda
irening al h p. m. at Con
'! '' "i the immigration ol Israel, 921 9th St. No, with
lonal Investigation com- rj s. S i: and also to take up Rabbi A 8 Kleinfeld in cha
liowing that carl liyoir. ;,,. ,,,, 8oviei Government plans
nager of the Miami Bill ch an immigration. Dave R I and daughter
Plaza and allied in- [n ribie, Mr Bam Goldberg and a:
was the NAZI Hitler pub- Europe, the committee's plan Is ol and Mrs. Silverman lefl last Sun-
the United states, though | significance, it need nol nee- .-. for Chicago, to visit relative
Jew, Thank Heaven, how- apply to the German Jewish ret i- and attend the World's Fair.
ire other
,i, v i.- er to Russia, who find
ihemsi h '.- approaching a fate sim-
ilar to that of the German
The spread ol Fascism, nfti r the
Club held Its weekly m
""iii' rer presiding In the
president. Plan-
v.ere i d for thi
I
-ion.
a meeting ol the local Bnal I
will be held in the vestry rooi
thus con.
venii July loi h,
'. everywhere are Inl
th syndicated article
Confidential" by Phincas
' week there appears the
significant news "Carl Byolr, Nazi
nt, may lose his publicity truce betwi Uni and Hitler,
with Doherty's Miami Bilt- wm ,, double-quick time.
I because the non-Aryan j, ,, problematic indeed whethei
following of the place resents prance will be able to bah it.
propogandlzlng of Hltlerism Jewish life in all countries ol Cen-
Country ..." ,,..,! .,vii K., tern Europe Is an un-
read from Morris Rotheii- (.,,,iain matter
port to the Zionist conven- -rju. American Commlttei
Uon m Atlantic city, talking about tne settlement ol German Jt
sin in membership "come to Refugees in the U. S. 8. R-." should
nventlon with almost twice
members as we had in
In the Greater Miami arc
.......???????
out the civilized world.
''- there breathes a Jew with
test thought of Palestine,
wish homeland, last Tuesday
o erved as the Yahrzelt of
Uli't Immemorial leader of present
Jionlsm Dr. Theodore Herzel.
mi ...???
Mr, and Mrs. Al Esrick and Hunt
two children, also Mildred Ca
left for Philadelphia, for a visit
with their relatives.
Mrs, Win. Berkowitz, her dat
ter Ruth and :ih. Mrs. I
Becker daughter Carol and son
Stanley, and Mrs, s. Haimowli
daughters Gertrude and Pearl will
spend part of the summer al Da;
tona Beach.
Mischa Elman. with his violin
entered the public elevator ol the
nal Broadcasting Company.
The elevator man said: "You
with your violin cai e ...
ere is a spei ii :
>I for I hose carrying ft. .
But I am Mischa Elman.
plied the famous virtuoso.
"1 don't care if you are Rubinoff.
returned the elevator man.
The chemist was in a bad tl m-
per. He had told his assistai-'
have a sign painted outside the
shop and when he saw it hi
furious.
"You're a tool," he said.
"But the autifully done.'
said the other.
"it. may be so," .-aid the chemist
"But who's going to rely on us
when our Sign reads: 'In making up
ptions we dispense with
care'?"
Mrs Meyi r Welnsti In and daugh-
ter Phylis, accompanied by Mrs,
Welnstein, Sr. and Mrs. Pin
left for an Indefinite stay al Hen-
dersonvllle, N. C.
The recording
favorites,
angel plaj
Mr and Mrs. Morris Hermer.
Mi Mae Benjamin and son Philip.
with their dad Mr. Dave Goldman,
a it.s program all Jewish are summering al Treasure island
refugees regardless ol what conn-------------------------------
try ii is iiMin which they are try-
ing tO escape.
Orlando Notes
The Misses Miriam and Florenc
Kottelman entertained a numbc.
ol friends recently In celebration ol
then- eighth birthday. Mrs. M. H
Block an aunt ol the girls was
n honor guest it being he.
birthday too.
Many a widow gets busy and
marries q nlaI1 because he doesn't
want her to.
Some men are so meek and lowly
that they are even willing to do an
honest day's work.
Mi a. Bllverstein left recently to
Join her husband in Ohio.
Mi-s Maxine Braverman L- visit -
Ing friends in Sanford.
Tampa, Florida
Notes
Rev. and Mrs. B, Safer held open
house recently honoring their son
Edward and daughter In law Sara
Schneider whose marriage was an
Rabbi Adoiph Ilu
to Minneapolis, a Jew was ap- | the members of the Rodoph Sholom
the first Jewish prnui- choir with a beach party at clear- Mi-s Am, Wolfe returned from
W a High school, other promi- water Beach last week The mem- south Carolina accompanied
municipal posts of lm- bers ol the choir are Ml i Plor-
"' in Hartford, Conn., a Jew encfl Abramovltz, E ta Jenkins,
med a.s the temporary United Vickie Poller, Beck Buchman
01 met attorney; in Miami.? Peckett. Helen Aronovil/. Mickle
In New York. Judge Rasalskv be- Lubct.sky. Ballye Unman. Toby
Mr and Mrs. L. Kamenetf and
famiy to visit her.
Al .milled in the vestry rooms of
Congregation Ohe\ Sholom. the
Mrs. Celia Nadel, the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. M. Lefkowitz returned to
her home in New York alter spend-
ing some time here.
Edwlng Safer entertained a group
ol young friends here recently in
honor of his fifth birthday anni-
versary.
One young man wants to know
how long girls should be courted.
same as short ones, we would Bay.
It has been noticed that the aver-
age man would dispose of a lot ol
his experience lor 30 cents on the
dollar.
The majority of us would have
to work 24 hours a day if we were
to love our neighbors as they love
themselves.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Hillman spent a
brief visit accompanied by their
son Arthur in Cocoa recently.
Between us two an iron face
Of hard anipthy
Had reared in grilled omnipotence
For all the world to see
Years passed, and when we spoke
of late.
By some strange alchemy
The fence became a golden gate;
Was the change in you. or me?
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THE IEWISH PLOBIDIAS
Friday. July 6. 1934

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Si n. m M( I KINGS ^"lOD, Miami, Florida
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both the states o: your "...
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strllu agalnsi I you pa.: re a health] '..r.zc 1
union You must learn to pa led
must mem I ~' a protecting armor to b
:,:ic:. ]: re shall 1 types of
er, 1 means of and defense For the j>: are
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There may be some who con.'. -frmon a departure
:od old-time 1 re may be those who believe tha
Mild hoiu forth the promise of eternal reward to those who
i-.;nd of life.' and should threaten with Hell-fire and
damnation those who are miserable because their earthly paths are
mttb boulders. It must appear obvious, to some, that those who
here,
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return agricultural land* to
dian. the only tiller of tl
1 nough to marry his farm
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Adams Grocery
1471 s. w. Gth Btreet
OBOCEBIE8 AND Ml ITS
FRESH VBGETAB1 1 -
EVERT DAY
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Phone 2-6551 Evenings 20t'
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"Queen Christina" '
For Fresh
Sea Foods
STOP AT
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OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST
m Fish are the freshest Caught by our own boats dailv
If 11 1- Sea Food, we have it at it- v.-ry beat) and at attractive!]
low prl Our method of handling and selling Sea Pood is in ob-
serraBCe with all the sanitary rules and regulations.
lectricity
IS YOUR
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( III I si \ wini 1: \\i) BEACH
Atlantic (ity. n. J.
OWNERSHIP MANAGEMENT
Our Spring mably reduced, whili
HI Standard of Food and Service.
the Ocean and Boardwalk
Telephone 4-8571
OPEN ALL YEAR
THE LELANDE-DAVIS HOTEL
ATLANTIC CITY'S NEWEST AND FINEST JEWISH HOTEL
Maatachoaetta Avenue and Beach(Opposite Heinz Pieri
DIETARY LAWS EXCELLENT FOOD MODERATE RATES
Cheerful Rooms and Baths Sun Deck
J. GLASER. J, APPLEBATJM, Managers
'Formerly of the New Davis Hotel'
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HOMES
FOR SALE
or
RENT
In All Sections of Miami
PRICED REASONABLY
Dade County
Security Co.
Ill N. E. First Avenue
Soy Bean Bread
and ether eceUle breed*
GOOD HEALTH BAKING
COMPANY. IN(
:itS W. Flecler St. Phone MSB
1401 Wa-shinjton Avenue. M. R
The "God Health" KfiJ
Dr. Chas. Beckwitt
OPTOMETRIST
"24 years in Miami
Ml SIC DANCING ENTERTAINMENT
GIFT CENTER
*'rriv Busiest
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RED CROSS
DRUG
DEPARTMENT
SIEFIdrfrf*
GREATER VALUES
Correctly prescribed and accur-
ately fitted classes over a period j
of more than 24 years.
( AREFIL ATTENTION TO
COSMETIC VALCES. STYLES.
AND TYPES
36 N E FIRST AVENITE
White Oak Leather
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l-ADIES HEELS ....... 15f
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Friday. July 6. 1934
dtthe
movies'
The Prizefighter and The Lady
is coming Sunday and Monday
e world's champion heavy-
fighter Max Baer playing
liar role. In this picture much
[nteresl la created by the fight
between Camera the form-
er title holder and Max Baer. with
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Page Five
Federal Savings
Loan Accounts
With the passage and aproval by
the President of the national hous-
ing act last week a real boon to
Lwch appears at the Tivoll Theatre i buUdto*- homeowners and savers
will be afforded through the medi-
um of the Federal Loan and Sav-
ings Associations, with the organ-
ization here recently ol the Federal
Savings and Loan Association of
Miami, with offices on the mound
floor of the Congress Bldg. those
wanting to receive a return ol foui
to five per cent on then savings
and yel be assured ol Its
have this opportunltj because of the
laci thai these institutions spon-
sored and supervised bj the Fed-
eral government came- the govern-
menl i guaranty ol M accounts up
to ssooo. Tiu.s Institution ol which
Mr. Louis Nathan, prominent local
Jewish communal worker and long-
time resident of this area, is the
manager has associated with II a
number of other prominent Ji
business and professional men.
The Federal Savings and Loan as-
sociation is an instrumentality ol
hi United states government and
perates under the regulation and
upervision ol the government. It
pays no federal 'axe.- and savings
accounts placed with it are as lice
.10111 tax a., are government bond.-..
The government is the :
hareholder, and the association is
authorized to call upon the U. S.
iry lor funds equal in amount
to three times the total ot all priv-
ate savings accounts in the a
ion. The government account In
the association Is upon the same
basis a- the .1 il counts Ot
private individuals No. U. S. bond.-,
or other preferred ecurlty is taken
by the government.
The total amount of savings plac-
ed in the association by the public
and the government is available [01
Investment here in home mort-
tg< enal associations
:o finance the construction and Im-
provements ot home- and to re-
finance existing home mortgages
up to four tiem.s the amount placed
with the association by local SBV-
Ings Investoi -
In addition to the account of the
J. S. treasury, which Is not subject
(i immediate withdrawal, tin
ciation lias on call at all limes
110111 the Federal Home Loan bank
: Winsti n-Salem. to meet the cash
equirements of its members, an
mount equivalent to 35 per cent ol
he total treasury account and pub-
ic savings in the association. Thud
1 ash reserves are available from the
1 ederal Home Loan bank up to 1
maximum ot 140 per cent of the
amount left with the association by
li cal savings investors. Tins makes
the assets 01 the association liquid
at all time-, since the federal as-
sociation is not forced 10 await
mortgage collections 11 10 sell its
!ges m the open market U,
ibtaln funds for Its members.
No savings institution has ever
before afforded to members such
MYRNA LOY
y. Dempsey heavyweight cham-
pion of some years ago as the
1 Walter Huston, Myrna Loy,
Mo Knitter arc among the sup-
| in this picture which
: and clean entertainment.
I. ix Baer is given a real oppor-
i how his histrionic abili-
t takes advantage in a man-
fr. that has earned him the plau-
the fans.
Hie role that Greta Garbo por-
's in her new Metro-Goldwyn-
avcr starring picture. "Queen
which comes Sunday
1 ; Monday to the 7th Avenue
iimilar in many respect,
ui glamorous personality.
;'ure was produced alter
preparations were out-
filming with Walter
at the helm as the produc-
Critii are unanimous in the
pmion that the picture affords
C the greatest characterization
ii- ha- j,: essayed.
government protection and guaran-
and it is believed that under
them a large volume of local sav-
supplemented by three time?
that amount of treasury funds, will
be immediately made available in
South Florida lor the conservative
financing of new and existing home
properties.
John Gilbert
Doubly of interest, the produc-
n also marks the return of John
:l,:' to the screen and his re-
"h Garbo after a picture
"on of five years.
Garbo had the story of "Queen
Misting" in mind for several years
(| explored deeply in Stockholm
Cn'ves during her recent visit to
to study the character she
'" "ailed upon to play.
A" Indiana woman is suing for
'"'" because her husband traded
"' fomily Bible for a quart of
!*y- It wasn't she says, even
asonably good whisky.
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showi fill nd 9 00 P. M.
20c till 8:80Evening 25c
Matinees Saturday and Sunday
Continuous 2 to 11
Sunday-Monday, July 8-9
.MAX BAER
MYRNA l.OV
"Prizefighter and
The Lady" \
NEWLY EQUIPPED AND
REMODELED BUILDING
OCCUPIED BY MIAMI co.
The first quantities of -Soilade,"'
a new fertilizer developed by F. H.
Bennett and ROSS Bockstrom. chair-
man ol the board and president, of
Soilade. Inc., are now being turned
out at the modern all-steel plant
recently at 105 N. W. First street.
The building has been remodeled to
. dapt n to the manufacture of fer-
tilizer and to provide office space.
Soilade will be made to SUlt any
type soil, with formulas worked out
to produce the best results. Mr.
Beckstrom explained. There will be
no charge for soil analyses.
Soilade has been made during
the past two years or more in a
small plant at Lantana. Fla., where
research work in its development
was carried on over a period of
three years. The product has no
animal organic matter in it, vege-
table being used instead, with the
base of potash, nitrogen and phos-
phoric acid. In addition it contains
manganese, magnesia, calcium, sul-
phur, iron, copper, carbon, zinc,
titanium and sodium, or a total ol
13 elements. There is nothing in
Soilade to attract worms or insects,
but on the contrary it does include
a repellant to keep out soil-born
v. orms.
In addition to Soilade. the com-
pany is also marketing two addi-
tional products, one known as
Chinch-a-cide. for the prevention
of damage to crops and lawn grass
by chinch bugs, and Repelanite. a
product to eliminate the ravages ol
the mole cricket in seed beds and
among tndcr plants.
'Junior Bnai Brithi. Sunday night
July 8th from 10:45 to 11 p. m. The
contest is a feature of the inter-
national convention of the A Z A
which is being held this week.
OfficerI did not, your honor!
He got those marks from his wife!
JudgeDid this man resist?
OfficerNo. your honor: he seem-
ed glad to be locked up
JudgeThen why did you use
your club?
It has been noticed that the aver-
age man would dispose of a lot of
his experience for 30 cents on the
dollar.
A / A ORATOR TO SPEAK
Of interest to Miamians will be
the broadcast winch will be heard
locally over Station WIOD featur-
ing the winner of the international
oratorical contest of the A Z A
SEND YOIR LAl'NDRY
TO THE
HOMK SERVICE
Laundry
ROY H. TURNER, Prop.
IJ25 S. W. Clh St. |>hon S-5654
WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER
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FOR NEWS OF VALUE
RE A /)
lunday s Papers
ANNOUNCING THE
FORMAL OPENING
OF
SUMNER mS& CO.
300 N. Miami Avenue at 3rd St.
Phone 22518
MONDAY, JULY 9TH
GROSSMAN'S
HOTEL I
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New Jersey Avenue, near Beach j
ATLANTIC CITY. N J.
Offering Fine Accommodations
at Moderate Terms
The Foremast Hotel in Atlantic
City Catering to Jewish Clientele
Dietary Laws Courteous Service
Sea Water in All Bathrooms
ALWAYS OPEN
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Grossman's
Sons
MODERN BUSINESS
DEMANDS THAT YOUR
TRAINING SHOULD BE
OF THE VERY BEST....
Efficiency, certain knowledge and substantial background
are your key to business success. You can get them all thru
training at this University. Why not avail yourself of our
business training? It will help you to get and hold a busi-
ness position.
INDIVIDUAL ATTENTION TO EACH STIDENT
SOUTHERN BROTHERS
MIAMI BUSINESS UNIVERSITY, INC.
Security Building SPECIAL EVENING CLASSES MONDAY. WEDNESDAY
and FRIDAY. 6 to 9 O'CLOCK
All graduates being placed in good positions.
to your FRIENDS
and RELATIVES
"USSR-.'
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 Torg.in orders visit year
local bank or authorised agent
General Representative In U.S.A
t AMTORQ. Mi Fifth Ave.. N.Y.
FOR
THR 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"
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does wt
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Classified
and the impending blow falls, a
Sew Germany .. racial and
ostice
:* restored will ,,:e it.s place.
be ready to ex-
lt the hand of nrikn
and brotherhood Thank God. we
that eman-
for Ger-
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' .anker
intrie None
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worke, world, dare turn
too great. The
is too near at hand
rd toward the
Id freedom from
lerabli \
except the bootleggers.
Many a man who thinks he
^elf-made is in reality wife-made
AHMNC.S
Everybodj eemi to know
the boctleggers are out of bu
These
Visitors
who kno
Choose
THE BILTMORE
while in ATLANTIC ( |TV
Because at the BILTMf :
are assured of thos<
In sen-ice ... hot and
water baths surf
directly from hotel ... coi
open-air dining room foi
. modern cuisine-
ired in accordar.
DIETARY LAWS. 80
arranges entertainment and
DANCING nightly.
Ownership Management
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POR SHUT! EH AWNINGS see the
Duplex shutter Co Price* right
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fl r:v.- Ml N. W. 54:h
St. Phone Edreaier U7.
GARAGES
ROLLINS i BOGGS
m General "
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Lining Et<
.V: N '.V Sth St PhOtM 2-2441
GROCERS
SHELL'S
lii5 S \V th St.
INSURANCE
For Insurance Conult
JUK J ATKINS
Metropolitan Life Inssmnee Co.
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FoR YOL'R OWS GOOD BL) FROM
NEW YORK BAKERY
15N N. \\ 5th Street Phone 2. &52
-I i a ;..'. finest White, Rye, Pumper-
nickel, W holt Wheat, I nna Breads. Rolls, and
Delicious Cakes and Past Hi i
FRESH TWICE DAILY AT 9 A. M. and 3 P. M.
GRAND OPENING
SATURDAY. JULY 7TH
Samples of Pj>tr> to all patrons on opening Jj>
Under Personal Supervision o* Mrs. F Scholnick
AS ALWAYS
"Bundles of Satisfaction"
BILTMORE LAUNDRY
DRY CLEANING
RUGS BLANKETS DRAPES PILLOWS CURTAINS
Fight Hitlerism
BY HELPING
ITS ENEMIES
Hitli hat those who oppose him or even dare to cril
mil He does not discriminate between Jews ar.c
Christlai Intellectuals and trade unionists, pacifists and II
lists anci Communists. If they express their opposition to
are to be repressed or exterminated The Interns-
lation. recognizing the fact that all anti-l
mmon enemyHitlerism, help the victims of
Nazis uithout regard to race, religious beliefs, or poliliul opin-
i.Miv [i opera) tesi non-tectariait. aon-pardsti
lines. N :..-. doe: the International Relief Assodatl through
In Pranct Sweden N rwaj Bwil and
vakia hi | cooperate witl
form ::; lal pi roups
as widelj round
Ithln G of those led or
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thi JEWI8H FLORIDIAN -
THE NEED is GREAT. I'OUR RESPONSE SHOULD BE
IMMEDIATI
Make all rantribuUons payable to i"n-da Kirebwey, Trr4-urer.
Room Ml, -' Vesej Street. New York.
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