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The Jewish Floridian ( July 27, 1934 )

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^UemsFi Floridlain Vol. T-N-M FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1984 Price Five Cents Jewish News Around The World g||vcr Shirts and Nazis Aid in Forming Russian Fascist Party The Truth About Our Leaders Local Rabbi to Marry Sunday The time is ripe for the inarj Rabbi Julius Washer of the ticulate mass of Jewish conscious-1 Miami Jewish Orthodox Congreganess to assert itself in no uncertion, who is on his vacation now, tain terms. A cancerous growth will be married to Miss Helyne f telf-appointed, self-made, selfBass, daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. Cuba Denies Race Prejudice iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimtiiii win ii IMIII u*j I Announcements iiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiMmiiiMiii imiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiu I CONGREGATION BETH JACOB In our last week's issue there (Orthodox) appeared a news item containing a, 3 ,, Wa8n j n(tton A ve., Miami Beach statement that there existed race | DA VID I. ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi prejudice in Cuba and that a new | __^_ party, Nazi-inspired, was working Services begin tonight at 6:30. Thompson, Conn.-—In CO-opera,, ssunu .,|, and generally, self-seekA. M. Bass of Brooklyn, N. Y., at | against the Jews and had the tacit I Tomorrow morning services begin support of the Cuban government. at 8 : j 0 Cantor Schlachman will Hon. G. P. de Utrera, Miami chant tne ser vices. Mincha services consul of the Cuban government, j begin at 6:30 p m> with Maariv upon learning of this item immef 0 n ow ing. diately took the matter up with tion with the Silver Shirts and the inE "leaders" upon the Jewish Hitlei propaganda machine and ,„ 1( | y po | itit ,„ ust uc remoV ed. The with the help of the millions to condition of the patient la such that which hia wife is heiress, Count a major operation is necessary, and Voisiatskoy-Vonsiatsky is organic„ lat immediately. The scalpel Russian Fascist party to "re„,„., ,„ sharp, the operator's hand generate" Russia. Although the Uim an< j tne [ nc ision deep. counl : Paris consolidating his T(l(l | ong haV( W( quiet i y su f. which include Cxarist f ere( j these ''Danielcome to judgemigres and other reactionaries, his „„,„•• these "Holier than thou" .-..announced that the Allorators an d prophets to mouth Pascisti fin America is tne j r irresistible utterings, and carrying on the party's work in ,,.,!„, tnem ,,,-,,, n .)„. unsuspecting intry. The count is the p„ b |j c .,. the sentiments of the md of the former Marion B. Jew -ph*hopes, the aspirations, Ktam, whose millions the count (l beliefs and the very spirit of A:.: make him dictator of .) Ul |,. a belie the prattling of these B fore he married Miss lnU; ,-... BC i eg The who now 61, the count jim nas : i halt. ,, Mile. Lioubiouff Mou^he time to call upon them to ...nisky, Jewess, who became his ... hul up inil stay s hut." „„,.,,„. in the Yalta Cathedral in H what rifrht he home ol the brides parents Crimea in 1920. This marriage USU rpation, do they claim to repnevei legally ended, but the ,. e>en t our Jewish people? lounl lid he married the Jewess the secretary of state and the fol[owing letter was immediately re-' BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Conservative) 139 N. W. Third Ave. It is the RANK and FILE of %  ti Sunday afternoon, July 2'.>, at :: o'clock. A number of prominent rabbis Services begin at 6:30 tonight. Saturday morning services begin at 8:30. Mincha services begin at reference to your corre,;..„, p m f 0 n„ we j by the Maariv service. tect her from a pogrom. ^^ that nRVe borne U)i ., ll(|ll :: .ill take part in the ceremony. The Fascist, which features antiSemitic reports and glorifies Hitler and Mosley. Mufti Boasts tf Ibn Saud's Aid. Jerusalem—The Grand Mufti of m returned from a visit to Ibn Saud, King of the Hedjaz, with that the Hedjaz ruler promassume an active interest in tin I'm are of the Palestine Arabs. tuture ot !" needg „„ retelling. It is rab opposition to he Mufti, J rem nded that when other hand, believes the J |iatloB CO nceived the boyMulti is merelv boasting. It l %  "' K ,, ,_...;..u ..|,.,„i stood the ravageof monsters and ,. ^ YegWva faculty w n.| attend. the insults of brutish demagogue-. Rabbj Washer arrive d i n Miami The RANK and FILE alone must \ Mmm9 his dulies Iast Septemnow speak. The studied eloquence ^ m(| dur ng his stay here has and bombast of designing eulogist^^ a|[ enviab | e reco rd of achievemust be displaced by the sincere menta in the Talmud Torah and in voice of the masses. The masses ^ C(mKreKation must and will be heard. The boycott is only an example., 117:11 T„ the comrade.of the Jewish \ M. H. A. Will Sponsor Ball ceived: Office of Secretary of State, Information and Publicity 607 Havana, July 20, 1934. Honorable Consul: In spondence number 126, dated the 16th of this month, I wish to inform you that it is untrue that there is in existence any campaign against the Hebrew population of this republic, whom we consider have the same privileges ami facilities to exercise their legitimate rights and activities, as the rest of the other residents. As soon apossible I will mail you some declarations for publication purposes, regarding this particular matter. In testimony of my highest consideration, I remain, (Signed) G. DeBLANCK. Sub Secretary of State. To Honorable G P. De Utrera, Consul of the Republic of Cuba, Miami, Florida. MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 137 N. K. Nineteenth St. DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi I; ief Bervici a 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. Services are held in the main auditorium. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) 1545 S. W. Third Street JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi Services begin tonight at 6:30. Saturday morning services begin at !9 o'clock. Mincha services at 6:30 I p. m., followed by the Maariv • service. la merely boasting Attended by a large number of out thai not long ago Ibn jcott, ^'^ijTl^rmember, last We4hesday night. promised the French high *" '•" l 1 *" ^ ,,,,,„. the Y. M. H. A. 1 stn.d to report, ione, of Syria not to med>"g humble, ,e. •J %  ^ A1 B(M kowlUi membership Vrab affairs in Syria, and '^\.^.^ ^ chairman, and then extended the basis the Mufti's foea can-P<>< MUST NOl. i n nt drive to August 15. Report ol understand how Ibn Saud I Our original struck* •" "Jj the third annual ball committee „ £oUoW8 me concerned about the with the enemy-we first hd*o ^ ^ hy „ Grossman, Arab8 subdue our own leaders .). Bu ( haM man ,„• th( affa „, 1, „ the when after several months or cam |un|iuS( of th( organization to paigning, single-handed, it became ^ guff j c j en fut „| s .„ help start I'slestine to Admit 500 Jewish cy|dent thil our cause was just, ^ iilwt .„ n ,, f a g U iuble buildMechanics to Relieve ,, „. affective, the "leaders k „„ M iIs activities. Sol Havana, July 25, 1984. To the Cuban Consul in Miami: In connection with your note of July 16, inst.. No. 126, and the one I from this department of the 20th, rj r Carlos Manuel de Cespedes, No. 607, Bureau of Information j Dr R amon Grau San Martin, and Publicity, I take pleasure to amj now by Colonel Carlos Mentranscribe, for its publication, the ,|j,. tai the Israelite Colony of communication received yesterday Cuba, has been enjoying the at this department, signed by leadsame e ,, ua i;t y 0 f guarantees and ing members of the Israelite Colony of Cuba, and which is literally to Labor Shortage. "Havana, July 24, 1984. •To the Secretary of State, 'Havana. 'Sir: "The undersigned commission, ',„ fter the other, -.rambled upon ,.',,,,,,,,,;;, and B ert L. Biesner are appointed for the purpose by the L he boycott band-wagon in real J ebaimen of the entertainment Intel-social Committee of the HeShortly after King ^.^i^d political fashion. ^ ,.,. George Goldberg of the brew Colony of Cuba, sets forth is committee. before yon the following: That affixed his signature to ^ gat j 8 fjed with mere > ^ ^^ of „.,.,.„„„„,, empowering the Palestine w on lh( v gta rted to fight pMoU wi „ ni ail the committhe Israelite < olony i < aba ha. nment to float a 110,000,000 themselves for the honor ^ tQ ( k ( t th( place ,-,„. the been and Is wholly identified loan tor public works, education d _i ory 0 f being the driver. ini| „,,„.,. pr0 minent citiwith the noble people ol Cuba. nd n lettlement of landless Arabs, th< barbaric Hit; „ „. wi „ aid in this affair. all social, political and ecoS 1 PI ilip Cunliffe-Lister, colonial tOld the house Of •omthat the Palestine governrould shortly admit ~' ,n Jwchanics who had a capital 150 ill order to meet the la%  shortage. This announcement in reply to a question from n W. P. Strickland, who had whether the colonial offic* *as aware of it. Jerusalem Three .lews who Wed to enter Palestine in. the l desert mail from BaghVmman, In Tranajordania, while sewn up In mail bags, were d at the frontier. tc rs as follow-: The boycott as an organised m ade on ""the organisation, the eve,Cuba for some time, did not octipy B prominent place in the "The boycon a varied copy B prominent place in the '""•—"" rKe ew.t:; ',;;,' %  :;."; ha..,, J S* m *, r to bring an enemy of the Jew and manj orwn i M tion, in thorise him to emit an opinion his knees, is, to sa> the east, not necessary. The^ organ questions. ....,..,,,,.. „oon. It certamly ofaddition to the usual x a seliable weal =• '> %  '" "" ~ ri oung During the three revolutionary fl ,, no means for a permanent sowo rk, is ^also^ ^^ ^ [M Qyet ,,. (Continued on Page %  ; women's activities. security as the other foreign colonies, and even the very citizens of Cuba; and isolated cases, purelyly accidental and sporadic, cannot be taken as indicative of any action against a certain integral nucleus of the laborious population of this beautiful country. That the Israelite Colony of Cuba being deeply interested in clearing up any misapprehension or error as regards its status, inform or manner in which it is developing, has hastened to appoint the undersigned, to attest before the government of thin-public the particulars hereinbefore mentioned, so that it may be used at its discretion for the good name of this country and :l*prestige of our colony. (Signed 1 RABBI DR. LASKER, DAVID HI.IS. JOSE KLEIN, LOUIS JURICK, President. There 1. a seal of the Israelite Colony of Cuba. With the testimony of my highest consideration. 1 remain, (Signed! O. De.BLAN< K. \ tant Secretary of State. fl 1rla of id



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, I %  Page Two THK JEWISH FLORID!AN Friday, July 27, u Mrs. M. Mandel returned to the city after an absence of several months, during which time she visI relatives and friends in Bosmd Hartford. Dr. A. E. Rosenthal returned to lh< city from a vacation spent in North Carolina. Mr-. Rosenthal and children will return in September. • -Mrs. Sol Weinkh and son arc spending some time in Hendersonville. \. C. Rabbi S. M. Machtei will officiate at the marriage nuptials of Miss Sara Ruth Kohn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kohn. to Louis August, son of Mr. and Mrs. GerSOn August of this city. The event will take place at the William Penn Hotel Sunday. June 29, at ,;:; p. m. Miss Charlotte Kohn will be maid of honor and Harry August will be best man. Kllard G. Kohn. Jack Zion. Sheldon Dublei and Victor Kohn will be groomsmen. A reception for members of the immediate family will follow the ceremony, after which there will be dancing in the lobby of the hotel. Cantor Louis Haynan will direct the musical part ot the ceremony. High and Uniity of Miami, and has 11 I ve in the communal life younger Jc w sh si I of Miami. He -lnd a reputation as an able and n I Beth DaII ngn 11 connected with a number of tht Jewish organizations in the Greater Miami area, ami highly esti eiind by local Jewry. The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congreg I on will hold an important n inn at the Synagogue next Tuesday evening, July 31, beginning 8 o'clock. All members arc urged t' attend. Mrs. Nathan Schwartz and daughters. Sylvia and Thelma. and son. Bobby, arrived here this week from Scranton, Pa., to ioin their husband and father at the La Veeda apartments. Miami Beach. They will make their horn* here. Mr. George Scholnick returned last week from Atlanta. Ga., where !u had gone to continue his studies in engineering at Georgia Tech. IK was called back because of the illness of himother and sister, expected to return as .1possible. r. Thi couple will n K West, whi 1 Mr. Parks y the Jun1 tini il if J( ish Women. \ ha : and will be held at the CableCountry Club the i| \\ 1 dm laj. Aug ast 8. A very .111 of I'll d. In is a coiii;. M1 -. Nat l IVil lianis, who %  • > the M >-, Tilli< Predinger, Bess 1 : [da Schwartz, Sylvia 1 ea ai I Millie Dreisen, Thi regular monthly meeting of hi Junioi 1 an. il of Jewish Women will be held at the mezzanine %  the Hotel Alcazar next evening, July 31, with N -VI Ired Dreisen presiding. Mrs. Ida Optner, chairman of the Fund of the Senior Council of Jewish Women, will be • iker >f the evening. -^11 mi -. i fii. nds are urged t 1 attei A. Louis Mechlowitz. son of Mr. and Mrs. William Mechlowitz of this cit has established law offices in the Seybold building. "AI." he is known to his many friends. a long-time resident of Miami. Miss Esther Grossman of K.;. West was married to Mr. Cl I Parks, also of Key West, las' Monday afternoon at the home I Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Thi % %  a: attended by Mr. A vitz and Mrs. Morris Aroi The groom was attended by his 1 %  • tor ] uis Hayman is now 01 : boys between the ages of ten and sixteen, and will train then. : charge in synagogal mus !'• -,who de%  1 join may communicate with any day at 149 N. W. • Mi an, sales manager Flamingo Brewery, is now convalei ng i lln< --. having il the St. Francis il luring th< past week. 1 1 e from the city of embers, Notice of • meeting will appear in columns shortly. Mrs. F. IN tiner, who returned led rip abi oad dui rhich time she visited many n center of the continent, has again opened the well known French Shoppe in Flagler Arcade. Mr. Harry Oliphanl returned to the city from a trip to Brooklyn, N. Y.. wheie he attended the unveiling of a tombstone to the memory of his mother last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William El man now at their new home. 327 Avenue Velarde, Coral Gables. At a meeting in the home of Miss Helen Schiff last Friday a smial club, to be known as the Young Judean club, was organized foi girls between the ageof 13 and 16. Flection of officers resulted in the following being Esther Winer, president; Miriam Schindler, vice-president; Jeanette Mintzer, secretary; Ada Stein, treasurer, and the Misses Thelma Groper, Ethel Pont, Eva Winer assisting Miss Helen Schiff, who was selected program chairman. Miss .M.dly Engler was named publicity chairman. Plans : '" a party to be given soon will be acted on at the next meeting. Following the business session refreshments Were -erved. The next meeting will be held at the home "i Miriam Schindler, 140 N. K. 57th -tivet. Friday evening. July 27, at 7:30 o'clock. Burdines DaVl ; f thi genial Mrs. II. I.. Kaufman and son • % %  > %  R sedale D li Marvin, left this morning for a •'injured last v w 1 >rk City, where they %  ini in 'l visit Mrs. Kaufman's sister ng was .-truck •"" l family, Mrs, Bella • tusions Julius Spector, son of Mr •„,„ Samuel .1. Spector prominent %  th Victor HosHe is •. H 1 nl • communal workers of Mj amj Ruth Brown, daughti -Mrs. Frank Brown Mass.. were participai mantic elopement last Saturdsi .luliu-. win. had bride on a trip to B months ago, finding thai tion of his prospective f, law would prevent thi mai decided to circumvent hindrance and, obtainii sent of his parents, Ruth to elope. The;. ried by a justice ol Huston last Saturday, fo| which they wired thi ther. In an attempt thi wedding, the fathei rusl Miami by airplane and n rived hen several hours before the coupl* came by boat. As a result of family conferenceMr. Brown (an bis consent and blessing to th,pair and left for homi business conditions last Wednei day night. Last night the were married according to tht Jewish rites at the home of the groom's parents on N. W. Fomti 1 1., with immediate men! 1 %  the family only in attendance. Rabbi S. M. Machtei, a triend ol the family, officiated. .Mr. ar.d Mrs. Spector will entertain at reception for the young conpi within the next two we, ks. Julia!-. associated with his father in UK building contracting busini tactive socially in local affairs. • Mis. Oscar Argintar and 'I'll left here last week for S tS weeks' trip, during whi will visit relatives and ft • Tampa and St. Petersburg, Fla. • Phil Romer, promim Bi .0 h butcher, returned to the 1 after an absence of -,-\ 1 • • Mis. I. Scholnik and daughter, Estelle, are .-pending %  at Miami Reach. %  LARGKR HAGS increase vour chic! 3 .98 The bij-yer the better that is the handbiit; storv in brief! The white pitfurain leather above would do things for a dressy ensemble. Tailored styles ton. Ill KMNKS. STRKKT HOOK ,i: '' '' %  airman of % %  • • •• '. ch has Betl 1 rah. He is thi younger set. The Synagogu. "' •" nsorim 'ance "'I Wi Ines lay evening I, ,i tl Pi, Bi ach, with a %  %  lition to 1 I il lie :urged I %  .. has %  %  this area by thi 11 %  "'"' %  in our : ..week's is%  ••• %  being tak. n 1 lar t.. • Nation." which Fa Chicago. A ri ponse; ,.. %  ved from Jewand non-Jews ng that the event be carried r >pical ol th,-, letters was one received from Jam,-J. Marshall, prominent attorney and for"dent "f the Hade County School Hoard. Mr. Marshall has '"'•" %  leading figure in the presentation Of Little Theatre playg *nd pageants locally in th. >ear. In his letter he pledget his help and effort to make the event a success. The committee did not ••' : : ; •" Past week because The Third Reich in Caricature A collection of all famous caricatures on conditions and events it. I > %  —in English, French and German. Foreword by Heinrich Mi ami This volume will make it< appearance early in July under the sponsor-:. Simplicus Verlag In P 1 hr '"'• '"eluding Three-color \\ rapper I Or Address advance orders to SIMPUCUS VERLAG X-Zizkova ic. Prague. Czechoslovakia THE LELANDE-DAVB HOTEL ATLANTIC ciTVs NEWEST AND FINEST JEWISH HOTEL Masa.ehu.etts Avenue and B-eh-


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jfrida;, July -'< %  1;,:!1 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN ,1 HUSHED EVEB'V FRIDAY by th i smlsB rUWIDIApfcBLHIHINa CO. Miami. Florida' \ ''hone 2-1183 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three ICB81 Phone 2-1181 KDITORIAI. OF. (jl s. W. 1S' Anna 1 j. I.OL'IS SHHt'HKT, Editor IHID K. SIHM" ilKT, ClreitoUon M.n.gtr CAN I '>K: 7 B()KIS SCHLACHMAN, 1 i Representative Boycott mum imim minimum.uiimmill iiimmmmmimmitliiiiminmmim 1 ,, weond clans matter July 4. {• %  JfTj ,„ Po.1 Office at Miami. Florida, rthV.. "f March .1. 1879. WEST PALM BEACH SAMUEL SCHUTZEB Representative ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN Representative Boycott hale and boycott spile; Boycott those who boycott rihi; Boycott malice; boycott lies; Boycott bigots who despise 1'iuth, and who in evil hour %  loat to Wreak malicious power. Boycott terror: boycott wrong; Boycott tinsel Pharaohs fThe lire of hooks, the world can see. illumine the Nazi's infamy). Boycott (ill we boycott down The Middle Vires, garbed in brown; Boycott tinsel Pharaohs, when They blunder with Egypt s once again. Boycott hale and boycott -pile: Itoycotl those who boycott right; Boycott malice, boycott blight; Boycott those who boycott light! West Palm Beach Notes Tht Friends of Mr. Herman Gold will be glad to know thai he is again U] and about after the automobili accident that he met with about .i-n dayago. GLOOM CHASER ORLANDO IRENE BRAVERMAN Representative TAMPA, FLA. MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative MI on. Month* \-ir SUBSCKtlTION 51.11" IZ.O* Vol. 7—No. SO FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1931 Commendable That was a very commendable resolution which was adopted the other day by the Grand Lodge of i and Accepted Masons of the State of New York. The resolution nhich was passed unanimously den< unced religious and racial persecution in America and abroad. Hen' it is: •The Grand Lodge of Flee and Accepted Masons of the State of Sew York, speaking for the Ma%  onic fraternity in this State, is profoundly concerned by the fact that the spectre of religious and racial intolerance, bigotry. antiSemitism and hatred is again showing its head in many parts of the world, including our own ived country. "It is a grievous thing that at l. time when the world is struggling to emerge from a period of racial hatred and national i alousies. this outburst should ave incurred and should have ngulfed in its blighting effects s i many innocent victims. Our hearts go out in deepest sympathy to those afflicted, to Jews and Christians, and those of all faiths alike. "These common, inalienable tights which are now being so generally disregarded have been sei ured as the reault of patient, laborious toil through the centuries, and their preservation is of the utmost importance if civilization is to survive. "As advocates of the preservation of these rights and as sympathizers with those who have so grievously suffered from their disregard, we believe it to be not only the right, but the duty of all right-thinking men and women to voice their protest against this injustice wherever it exists. If wrong be done to great numbers of innocent poeple, humane men anil women cannot hold their peace, but must voice the protest of their souls. "We earnestly appeal for a subsidence of these dangerous manifestations and a voicing of their protest against the wrongs to which these innocent victims are being subjected and %  development everey where of a stronger moral consciousness 01 'he inestimable value of cultural. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Moss and their young daughter have returned after spending a five weeks' vacation in Durham. N. C., Mrs. ii former home, and at the World's Fair in Chicago. I UK TRUTH ABOUT OIK LEADERS Congregation Beth Kl held a very important business meeting Wednesday evening at the synagogue, when important congrcga ional matters were discussed. iiiiiiiimiiiiiiimimmimmmiiimiimmmimiimimmnimmiiimmmmi The principals in a public wedding at Kansas City wore masks. Maybe they were both marrying for money. Some men waste a lot of time wishing it were tomorrow. Many a true word has been spoken regardless of grammar. If you want your wife to act like an angel try treating her like one. c ( >.ii' inuc I from Page 1) uli ii ol :b %  problem of recurrent anti-Jewishness. An individual and Duly for the lack of benches Chat will be built and placed after the holidays, the Beth El SynaMr. and Mrs. Joe MOSS and their Walte and Harold, left last Sunday by automobile on B month's vacation, visiting many places while enroute to theChicago fair. Mr. and Mrs. I. Goodmark have (.turned after a three weeks' vacation in New York and Asbury Park, N. .1. Il is usually tomorrow that all gnat things arc expected to happen. Mi. and Mrs. Jack Sneider have us their guests for several weeks their daughter, Mrs. Lillian Jesshell, and her baby. Mr. and Mrs. Sneider's only grandchild. Mrs. jesskell is well known in local cir..(-. having lived hen with her parent for si 'eral years prior to I., marriage in 1928 to Mr. JesSKell, who at that time was also a resident of West Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs. jesskell left West Beach shortly after their mairiage to maketheir home in i; ooklyn, N. Y. St. Petersburg Notes irogue is now completely finished. mized boycott ihuman and in !c i standabie; an organized one macks of the uncivilized. More iver, no minority can afford | to force." Could a doctrine more inimical thl Jewish well-being be con ( i vi d V Coming from a rabbi, we ,,.aj assume that the vision of Mo.-,.and all the prophets have' swoop de %  mleil upon him. .111 that to him has been given the .. in and light to had the Jews I \|,l into a new land omisi. Perhaps, Palestine to this nc w Messiah is somewhat outmoded. If wild beast confronts ., u in a forest, throw your gun away, and offer to pet him. If. ,, .chance, he does not respond to your friendly gestures, you should by all means depend upon his own of fair play. If he -till intavagery, well, one B n daonly once. The Rank and File oi Jews know more honorable .,.,1 effective wayof dying, if ,i.e we must. Would the learned rabbi have US believe that Hit!er and his cohorts ure civilized? Would he have u;.„ %  ither cheek? Would he have us reason with brutes smili upon beast shower courtesies upon fiends'.' Does he not know 1 at that the boycott is not atmei of unfortunate, misMr. Dave Rothblatt and daugn auided and hypnotized German -,,.,-. Tibie, also Mr. Sam Goldberg, people with whom we have no have returned from their trip to uarre i? Chicago, after Visiting relativeat 0 nce more, our "leaders" dare| u World's Fair. a philosophy which has de.„!,.,! Jewry in Germany, and -,,,. Lou j g Rothblatt of El Paso, will continue to degrade our race TexaSi ia visi.ing his brother. Mr. It is a great deal easier to become engaged than it is to get disc ngaged. luiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii i Miss Sitybred What are those tunny things on that cow's head? Mr. TiDisced—horns, ma'am. Miss Sitybred—How stupid of me! I should have known it. 1 hear him sounding them now. Other people's self-admiration proves that there is no accounting lor tastes. Nothing jars an invalid more ban tO wake up feeling splendid and then suddenly remember that he is sick. No matter how big a man may be, there iat least one woman somewhere in the world who can make him feed small. What does a nudist camp woman talk about at the times when under ordinary conditions she would talk about runs in her stockings? Beik—lack, you've been drinking! And you promised me that you would change your habits. Jack Well, I did. I had a habit oi drinking at Spiegelbaum's. on Fifth street, and I've changed to nelly's, on Sixth street. :h, world over, if not flouted. I pernicious doctrines must n ,t be permitted to take root. This .,,.,.., will undoubtedly I" ,„„,, of others of a similar ;,.,„„, Mi.-! they talk? I'alk is cneapi bu the damageresulting • often eo8tlVi These "leaders 1( SOT bespeak the thoughts and „: Jews. 'I hey do not rep,..,,, Judea. And this must be brought horn %  to them in no un certain terms. The rank and file of Jews as. rts its own leadership. The beat„ •' our heartan I the yearnin g g „| our souls will be answered by true LEADERS, from within our ranks. This article, which is so applicable t" local conditions, „;,. written by luis A. Falk, s. V. Jersej Itj Post, and appeared in the -III V of I he Duvc Rothblatt, of ibis city. Mi. un | Mrs. E. Gelman and family have left for a trip to Philadelphia and Canada and will be tone for a couple of months. D,.. ,\. s. Kleinfeld spoke last Sundaj evening at Williams Park .,, mass meeting which was culled for tinpurpose of cleaning ,. objectionable films, which is l U ,W the campaign in vogue. Tampa Notes Mi. Adam Wolf son, prominent „ nununal worker of this city, left last week to join his wife in Hendersonville, N. C, and will remain there for a short time. •Write me a poem for my wife." he said, And then, just like B man, he could not tell Me what tee say of one he loves so well • ilow can a man express how comforted ili heart is, now that he and sheare wed? But I, who knew him when there was no Anne With welcome arms for him at ending day, Dl in I need words to tell me that a man Expresses wordlessly what he would say. love makes his every act so fine and wise His happiness is shining in his eyes! Susanna plans her own events; You couldn't balk her if you tried. Not willful, hut the elements Are with her moving moods allied. I marvel at that mobile face. Which sun and shadow make their own Domain—as rain and radiance grace With grateful change our temperate zone. A cloudy hour; a flashing eye; A breeze to blow the blues away. Locked lips that let the world go by; And then. B smile—the break of day! That index of intelligence And lovebut crowns a body's wealth 01 stateliness and vigor, whence Are flung the overtones of health. 0 radiant Susanna, framed Of seasonable frost and fire. And urged to altitudes unnamed By aboriginal desire, Yet clogged social habitudes Congenial: Can you Wonder why 1 feel it is not merely moodl And tenses that you typify. But what you do not understand Yet cling to, as the swimmer clings To bits of wreckage till the land Athwart hidying vision swings'.' Greatly agitated, a woman carrying an infant dashed into a drug .tore. "My baby has swallowed a bullet.'' -he cried. "What shall I do?" "Give him the contents of this bottle of castor oil," replied the druggist calmly. "And then, be sure you don't point him at anyone." lineof the larger manufacturers o< bathing suits ownthe sheep trom which he gets his wool supply. Rut is a wholeshe-op neee-sai V '.' An eccentric old lady in the Bast stole soap from hotels and wrapped ;• in 81,000 bills. In 20 years sinnever lost a cake of soap. Sholom. H


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Page Four THE JEWISH FI.OKIDIAN Friday, July 27, 1934 Jtatoo ^ttagog Bulletin Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI Btiuniv iJ'X l i?w.??, d „ DirecU,r Ra(,i Synmifou of Atmric. SUNDAY MORNINGS VVIOD, MIAMI, FLORIDA 111 (i re—an provisions LIFE'S BATTLES Five—Financial Problems Scripture Reading Genesis. Chapter XXVIII, Verses 20 and 21. In the struggle for existence, in the conflicts on the battlefield of life, man has learned that the object he seeks, the goal he strives to uttain, the victory he wishes to win, can be more easily reached if the "sinews of war" take the form of money. Wealth, or, in any event, a sufficiency of money, is the "open sesame" to almost all Kates. Those who know of the words of Jesus, in Matthew and Mark, ". It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle, than for a rich man to enter into the kingdom of God .," if they are possessed of much money, and, if they judge the kingdom of God by the standards here on earth, are inclined to believe that, even there, their wealth will stand them in good stead. Financial problems are responsible for much unhappiness. Those who do not know how to live, how to face life and how to meet its perplexities, are made miserable by money matters. Money is not to be despised. The aid it gives one is not to be minimized." Hut, on the other hand, money, the acquisition of wealth, should not become a fetish-an idol to which we sacrifice our moral health and our tranquinty of soul. At this point I want to correct a commonly accepted, but false translation, of a Rabbinic advice. We hear it said that "He is rich who is satisfied with his portion." The correct translation of the Hebrew word "Somaiach" is "rejoices," and not "satisfied." The phrase, therefore, should read. "He is rich who rejoices with his portion." You may be happy with what you have, an I, yet, have ambitions for unsatisfied desire to advance yourself. Wealth and poverty are relative terms. One may feel himself poor in the midst of what, to another, may appear a superabundance. If your possessions do not bring you joy, you are poor, though you own the mint. If you are happy, 1 hough uncertain as to the for the next day, you are, indeed, wealthy. By all means, look upward, strive to rise to a higher level, to a higher plane, but if the sight of a display of riches by others makes you conscious of your own limited possessions, and you develop a poverty complex—then, look down, ga/.e on the many who have less than you have, and you will find much for which to be thankful. It is seldom so bad with you but that someone else is less fortunate. Looking upward, as I have suggested, does not mean "keeping up with the Joneses." Live your own life, within the means at your disposal. Above all, maintain the hope of "better times." The Rabbis of old have portrayed wealth as an old-fashioned well with two buckets. The bottom one comes up full; the upper one goes down empty. Again they say that coins are round because they symbolize the unstability of wealth—it rolls from one to the other. Keep striving for better things and you will, ultimately, attain them. The misery of poverty lies more in the failure to understand the possession of wealth than it does in the deprivation which accompanies lack of money. The rich do not own more than do you. They have no greater possessions. That sounds strange, but let us study it. A rich man or woman has title to many things—and that's all. You can possibly get more joy out of their possessions than they do. If you enjoy the sight of jewels, tin architecture of a beautiful home, the view across a landscape even though these may be registered in the name of another, your pleasure ir. them cannot be denied you. The wealthy may eat richer, more expensive foods, but cannot enjoy them any more than you enjoy the viands on your table. A prosperous man does not take two spoonsful of food at one time. He, as you. eats with but one spoon, fork or knife, though a dozen may be lined up alongside his plate. What have you found to make you wretched through envy of him? Perhaps, if you but knew it, he envies you your lot in life, your freedom from certain worries, your rugged health, you cheerful home life, your devoted family circle. Wealth, as a source of happiness, has been greatly exaggerated. True happiness comes from within, is a state of mind, and is wholly independent of external forces. Neither money nor other wealth can insure happiness, though they may go a long way toward creating conditions which, to the thoughtie-s. are symbolic of the acme of happiness. A sage has said, "Wealth may be like waters gathered in a house, which, finding no outlet, drown the owner." Happinesi is dependent on knowing how to utilize your possession.* to get the most joy out of them. Despondency because you have not more money ipoverty. We often read of the finding 01' the bodies of recluses who have died in some hovel or cellar or attic, in rags and in want, emaciated and diseased. Then, when the abode is being cleaned of its filth, vast sums of money are found. Would you say that these persons were rich? Would you consider them as having been wealthy? You would not. The miser is to be pitied more than the beggar or the poor wage-earner. The miser has title to his horde. That, and that alone. He does not use it as a possession. No, dear friends, the chase after wealth, for wealth's sake, is not 8 healthy nor a wholesome venture. It is a poverty complex, an unbalanced state of mind. Count yoi'l wealth in terms of health, contentment, joy, friends and freedom from worries. A larger house, a more expensive car, glittering jewels, finer rugs and idleness are not the component ingredients in the fiimula for wealth. Rejoice in your portion. Be happy with your lot in life. Make the most of what you have—and--strive for improvement. Be fired with ambitions. By all means aim 10 better your station, to give your children the necessities of life, to help others who are dependent on you. The joy of having lies in '.he joy of giving. To have and to hold is to be poor. To share with others makes your joys doubly gladdening. Your financial problems, like all others you encounter in life, may be easily overcome, may be warded off by you. if you view them calmly and in their relative Importance to life as a whole. It's up to you. Sir Henry Wotton has given B description of true wealth in his poem, THE CHARACTER <>l A HAPPY LIFE How happy is he 1 1 and tauyhl That serveth not another's will; Whose armour is hihonest thought, And simple truth nin utmost skill! Whose passions no hi.' masters are; Whose soul is still prepared for death. Untied to the world by can Of public fame or private breath. Who envies none thai chance doth raise, Nor vice; who never understood How deepest wounds ari' given by praise; Nor rules of state. '>ut rules of good; Who hath hilife from rumours freed; Whose conscience ; his Btrong retreat; Whose state can neither flatterers feed, Nor ruin make oppressors urea'; Who God doth late and early pray More of His grace than gifts to lend; And entertains the harmless day With a religious book or friend. This man ifreed from servile bands Of hope to rise or tear to fall; LORD OF HIMSELF, THOUGH NOT OF LANDS. AND HAVING NOTHING, YET HATH ALL. RADIO SYNAGOG Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder anj director of the Radio Syiiagog will preach Aver radio station WIOD at nineV o'clock on Sunday morning, on "iVfe's Battles; Six Health I'rohlcnW' Tinit the sixth in the series of set mom on life's problems! and how to meet them. In addition to thi lennon there will be ngayers, scripture reading and a questlOMl box \ Orders Closing of Door to Waili,.„ Wall Enclosure. Jerusalem The recently built door into the Wailing Wall enclosure must be kept closed, the Moslem Supreme Council was informed by JameCampbell, district commissioner for Jerusalem. In a statement ordering the door closed, Commissioner Campbell said that its opening during the past half .•ear by the Arabs was a distinct violation of the status quo with regard to the Wailing Wall area. ALTMAN'S HOTEL 107 SIXTH AVE. ASBURY PARK. N. J. Tel. 14B7 or 3415 Situated in the finest section of Asbury Park near the Boardwalk. Modern in every respect. All sports. Dietary laws observed. Moderate ,'ates. Open all year. THIS IS THE VEAR FOR YOUR TRIP TO CALIFORNIA $12725 LOS ANGELES Daily Round Trip to SAN DIEGO OK SAN FRANCISCO Keturn limit III. ,1| SEND YOUR LAUNDRY TO THE HOME SERVICE Laundry ROY II. Tl.RNKR. Prop. 1221 S. W. 6th St. Phone 2-5.S4 I WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER = HOMES FOR SALE or RENT In All Sections of Miami PRICED REASONABLY Dade County Security Co. 117 N. E. First Avenue While Oak Leather Half Soles 35c LADIES' HEELS 15c Atlantic Shoe Shop 21(1 N. E. First Avenue Opp, Cortez Hotel lull Ask l.rt nforaatlon uldly (Irtn. hrlp you liian v.iur trip, ilx.ut lower .1.0 > k„und Trip.— Ko-d only ,„ Tourist gltrplai Can .nd I u.hrs Southern Pacific I). ASBURY, General Agent HI I Volunteer lildi;.. Atlanta. Ga. ~% FOR FRESH SEA FOODS STOP AT CAPT. TOM'S FISH MART OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST Our Fish are the freshest Caught by our own boats daily If il is Sea Food, we hav observance with a'l the sanitary rules and regulation" '" GROSSMAN'S HOTEL New Jersey Avenue, Near Beach ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. Offering Fine Accommodation** al Moderate Terms The Foremost Hotel in Atlantic I Ity Catering to Jewish Clientele Dietary Laws Courteous Service Sea Water in All Bathrooms ALWAYS OPEN Josef Grossman's Sons Those Visitors who know Choose THE BILTMORE while in ATLANTIC CITY Because at the HILTMORE they are assured of those little extras In Mrvj e hot and cold sea water baths surf bathing directly fr„m hotel convenient open-air dining room for at he is modern cuisine—yet food prepared in accordance with DIETARY LAWS. Social I*"' "'ranges ENTERTAINMENT and DANCING nightly. Ownership Management W.M.—MALAMUT—MAX



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. Julj 27, 1984 THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Page Five At the MOVIES v .,;,. uhn has the lead role opposite Maurice newesl starring Way to Love." playTheatre next Sunjgv am; Monday, is one of the very ,-,. prominent film stars who rose ',,„] the extra rank-. Way to Love," Miss [a sad-faced street the job of target knife thrower in Ian east side carniRABBIS NAMED TO HILLEL WORK Poles Visit Holy Land ^•>m Wr Tel Aviv A delegation of the "Avodath Israel" Society in Warsaw lias arrived in Palestine to look over land owned by the ciety at Kfar Atta. The group consists of Isaac Fruchtgarten, Aaron Levin, Meir Zelinski and Pincha Planzbaum. I uu CHOICE RUGS and LINOLEUM \ I MILI REASONABLE PRII ES EAGLE Kl t; CO., Inc. 211 N. Miami Ave. I'h.in.I-HIS %  JYi,. er, a guide for a tourBieeta her during her \fall in love. But the led in the path of the name by the girl's empolice and cithers, altheir happy affair. fcr in which Chevalier Ivurak and Edward EvIn. as a friend of \s i iih St. Phont 5-3983 AS ALWAYS"Bundles of Satisfaction" BILTM0RE LAUNDRY DRY CLEANING RUGS BLANKETS DRAPES PILLOWS CURTAINS mWE KPii: Adults 20c—Children 10c Box Office Opens r>:4!> P. M. Sunday Sunday-Monday. July 29-30 Fugitive Lovers \ MADGE EVANS ROBERT MONTGOMERY • iiiiiiiitiiiiMiiliiiiliiliiini IIIIII mi in %  TORGfl* IIIiR MARIO, Your Hairdresser Permanent Waves of Distinction for Women Who (are OLYMPIA HUM.. Phone 2-6210 $6.00 f. S. E. 2nd Ave. en Montgomery and Madge fvans in "Fugitive Lovejs" NEW CO I AM HI A HOTEL BELMAR, NEW JERSEY on.< of the Finest Seashore Resort Hotels Situated Directly on the Boardwalk Entire block on the ocean front. Elevator and room phone service Social director and staff. Dancing and entertainment. cuisine. Dietary Laws Observed. Modern prices. Un der management of A. B. HOLDEN [RUSSIA) Thie modern store, through a chain of its branches in the large cities, will sell tine imported or domestic merchandise to your relatives. Send them a Torgsin order Summer gifts or gifts for the approaching holidays can be obtained AT PRICES COMPARING FAVORAHI/Y WITH THOSK IX TIJK UNITED STATKS. Gift Suggestions: Men's shoes 3.70 Rbl. Men's suits 7.50 Women's shoes ... ...3.75 Women's suits 7.30 Children's shoes .1.80 | Flour (2-1/5 lb.) 06 Kop. Sugar (2-1/5 lb.) 22 Montgomery is as daring in prilling prison escape sceneas romantic. Madge Evans porthe role of an Independent Hie with charm, feeling and incing characterization. ''' Healy and his three madcap I'' are hilarious in their r character roles. As p. detective par excellence, C. r Gordon is the kind of pris%  official who would makethe sagacious escaped convict lie r" nights. PARKING LOT \ GOOD PLACE TO PARK YOUR 1 A p CAB FOR ONLY AVfV Ml VALUABLES LEFT IN YOUR CAB WILL BE WELL PROTECTED BILLY MARS-The Parker COME AND SEE ME :,!) N. E. FOURTH STREET Just North Of the New I'ostoffice 1 Large Variety of Highest Quality Food Items. For Torgsin orders see your local bank or authorized agents. General Representative in U.S.A. at AMTORG, 261 Fifth Ave., N.Y. HEKSH CARLTON HOTEL CHELSEA AVENUE AND BEACH Atlantic City, N. J. OWNERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT Our Spring Kates have been reasonably reduced, while still maintaining our Hitfh Standard of Food and Service. Rooms overlooking the Ocean and Boardwalk. Telephone -24578 OPEN ALL YEAR



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Page Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, July i I I • S-O-C-I-E-T-Y .• %  • %  hi I in A no • -. the .refres — %  f %  : %  %  • t y. i. Mrs. S. H f this rity, ..%  patient at the Jackson Memo••v---M rwent day. %  %  Mr. .V Safanowiu retort* i: i fa -•. f his d Ight -in: iw, Mr. and Mrs Louis -Mr. r in New York i visiting Mrs. I. Schol%  -.%  %  i I %  %  %  %  %  %  -• %  %  -.-. tiling 1 and itern-law. Mr Mrs. Ed Meri -. r %  '' %  '.-:•• % % %  .. Morton ... gj... :•: --. ft ... spend s • • % -v. of i At -:• %  :•'-%  "-: %  ~ -. tour )f -is: o: I to return 1 • today t Beta Jacot i | | n i i. St. 1 iburg and %  %  %  >ar.l ... • : u I %  i %  %  t %  • T -. %  : "' IT. i S t. 1 b u rg. %  f Mi are was served during the I Mrs. B. £ future S. Haimo Schlachman A benefit supper will b I ng address the vestr> rooms of th ,. I Hebrew melodies nfcX t Wednesday, AUK ] n:ng at fc p. m. f Congrega • B'rith '• vesi of the S % %  jy thin In eharg .... u ...... • and Mrs. M Ethel Sa• Rev, and Mi B. ie shower held her parents last Safer, hride-elcct ..-..;. will be married Bridge was enifternoon at the honors wcri' won Wittenstein, with % %  B -get winning low prize. B. •)'. Cohen won first prize The color scheme was pink and white lelicious ice course Mrs. Harry Kan:.is visiting her -on. A i in Miami. Mr, Jesse Rosen > | his home, where he is tak.rj cure. Among those spending I at Daytona Beach arc Braverman, Mrs. I. Beck Mrs. W. Berkowitz. Mrs. L. .S. Frankel i an extended trip in the N'J Orlando Notes Mr Mrs Edd Safer tt guests :. M i.I Safer A. LOUIS MECHLOWITZ %  '' %  %  • : A • • %  _• : at o 17-619 SEYBOLD BLDG. Miami. Fla. %  %  :• %  • Phone _'-711 RIN G LIN G S :J t; f The > km and MaMc Ring --UM %  The JUNIOR COLLEGE Otters %  SM ILL < I VSSES—IXDIi IIH \!. INSTBl I I :.' p Ringling School of Art BOX aajuaora PLOBDM k ***' t&gg? \o vb $\o£ The Sepco IO gallon Electric Water Heater $75. Allowance for your old water heater, regardless or make, kind or condition Cash balance, only 10 oo 8 : Or, NO DOWN PAYMENT and only *4.J5 a month for 18 months. Turn your old messy water heater '"ito the down payment on a new automatic electric. Enjoy the comfort of a hot water supply that is clean, silent and never-failing. Special trade-In allowances of S I2 and *I5 on 18 gallon and 30 gallon heaters, too. Visit our showroom or see your favorite electric cea!er. Select the modern electric water heater that fits the requirements of your home and hand us your old water heater instead of casH. The balance in 18 monthly payments. > Crter er-es Se?te~r.B THRIFTY THREE RATE MAKES ELECTRIC WATER HEATING "C~E ECONOMICAL THAN EVER P. KOSTINER returned from a El trip, is pi. isi : her patj THE FRENCH SHOI 108 Flakier Area* I'hi.ne 3-3613 t ini rJemstil Classified \ WNINGS I'ici1 c (-1 \ninj; Shutte| The 1'iorw* %  of the Indui | 1 (n .-.%  r M a '• %  Our Fa i ry an l 233 V W. 22nd St. Phone I IMA1 HEERl I I'm-1 eit-l Wnmg Shutter FOR SHl'TTER AWN! N ( the Duplex Shutter Co. estimates frae I • | ir 1 fion s'.orml N. W. :,lth St. Ph..ne Ede| 1187. GARAGES ROLLINS BOGGS S| >ializin? in Genera! >l| Repairs, Wheel Ahgnine, Lining, Etc. M'X. W. 5th St. Phone INSl RANCB For Insurance Consult! JACK J. ATKINS Representing Metropolitan Life Insurant '07 Biseayne Bank B!ig. I'h LUMBER Fzell Lumber & Supply Guaraatmji .i -. Sartas I 't fsuirtt eorr-ii %  thin* Do w.r.do... kiBdi an Lumter rd Aaak I'h.ne :-:iss. I" l X. W. 7th Ate. MILLWORK Mill* rk, Screen Windows Spindle D. >rs: Cabinet WJ I BE NOVELTY WORK| -'-x :•••% % %  St. Pr PIANO TUNING PIANOS TUNED ai I Mehr. Phone 21831 years • % %  ry \v,rk 1753 N. W. 1-t Si RKVI ESTATE W. I. HARRIS Real Estate Service "4S Inrraham Bids. Phnne 2-1191 ROOKING ROBBIN8 ROOFING i SIII >ll I \I WORKS 1 na and Estimates 222 X U ;•. s-. Phone ll






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Began in 1927?
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FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1984
Price Five Cents
Jewish News
Around The
World
g||vcr Shirts and Nazis Aid in
Forming Russian Fascist Party
The Truth About
Our Leaders
Local Rabbi to
Marry Sunday
The time is ripe for the inar- j Rabbi Julius Washer of the
ticulate mass of Jewish conscious-1 Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
ness to assert itself in no uncer- tion, who is on his vacation now,
tain terms. A cancerous growth will be married to Miss Helyne
f telf-appointed, self-made, self- Bass, daughter of Rabbi and Mrs.
Cuba Denies
Race Prejudice
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CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
In our last week's issue there (Orthodox)
appeared a news item containing a, 3,, Wa8njn(tton Ave., Miami Beach
statement that there existed race | DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi
prejudice in Cuba and that a new | __^_
party, Nazi-inspired, was working Services begin tonight at 6:30.
Thompson, Conn.-In CO-opera- ,,ssunu.,|, and generally, self-seek- A. M. Bass of Brooklyn, N. Y., at | against the Jews and had the tacit I Tomorrow morning services begin
support of the Cuban government. at 8.:j0 Cantor Schlachman will
Hon. G. P. de Utrera, Miami chant tne services. Mincha services
consul of the Cuban government, j begin at 6:30 p m> with Maariv
upon learning of this item imme- f0nowing.
diately took the matter up with
tion with the Silver Shirts and the inE "leaders" upon the Jewish
Hitlei propaganda machine and ,1(|y po|itit. ,ust uc, remoVed. The
with the help of the millions to condition of the patient la such that
which hia wife is heiress, Count a major operation is necessary, and
Voisiatskoy-Vonsiatsky is organic- lat immediately. The scalpel
Russian Fascist party to "re- ,., sharp, the operator's hand
generate" Russia. Although the Uim_ an counl : Paris consolidating his T(l(l |ong haV(, W(. quietiy suf.
which include Cxarist fere(j these ''Daniel- come to judg-
emigres and other reactionaries, his these "Holier than thou"
, .-..- announced that the All- orators and prophets to mouth
Pascisti fin America is tnejr irresistible utterings, and
carrying on the party's work in ,,.,!, tnem ,,,-,- ,,n .). unsuspecting
intry. The count is the pb|jc .,. the sentiments of the
. md of the former Marion B. Jew -ph*- hopes, the aspirations,
Ktam, whose millions the count .(l, beliefs and the very spirit of
a:.: make him dictator of .)Ul|,.a belie the prattling of these
B fore he married Miss lnU;. ,-... BCieg. The
who now 61, the count ,jim. nas : i halt.
,, Mile. Lioubiouff Mou- ^he time to call upon them to
...nisky, Jewess, who became his ...hul up .inil stay shut." ,.,,.
in the Yalta Cathedral in H, what rifrht, he home ol the brides parents
Crimea in 1920. This marriage USUrpation, do they claim to rep-
nevei legally ended, but the ,.e>ent our Jewish people?
lounl lid he married the Jewess
the secretary of state and the fol-
[owing letter was immediately re-' BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conservative)
139 N. W. Third Ave.
It is the RANK and FILE of
ti Sunday afternoon, July 2'.>, at
:: o'clock.
A number of prominent rabbis
Services begin at 6:30 tonight.
Saturday morning services begin at
8:30. Mincha services begin at
reference to your corre- ,;.., p m f0nwej by the Maariv
service.
tect her from a pogrom. ^^ that nRVe borne U)i. .,ll(|ll,::,
.ill take part in the ceremony.
The Fascist, which features anti-
Semitic reports and glorifies Hitler
and Mosley.
Mufti Boasts tf Ibn Saud's Aid.
JerusalemThe Grand Mufti of
m returned from a visit to
Ibn Saud, King of the Hedjaz, with
that the Hedjaz ruler prom-
assume an active interest in
tin I'm are of the Palestine Arabs.
. tuture ot needg retelling. It is
rab opposition to he Mufti, J rem.nded that when
other hand, believes the J |iatloB COnceived the boy-
Multi is merelv boasting. It l '"' K ,, ,_...;..u ..|,.,i
stood the ravage- of monsters and ,. ^ YegWva faculty wn.| attend.
the insults of brutish demagogue-. Rabbj Washer arrived in Miami
The RANK and FILE alone must \ Mmm9 his dulies Iast Septem-
now speak. The studied eloquence ^ ,m(| dur,ng his stay here has
and bombast of designing eulogist- ^^ a|[ enviab|e record of achieve-
must be displaced by the sincere menta in the Talmud Torah and in
voice of the masses. The masses ^ C(mKreKation.
must and will be heard.__________________
The boycott is only an example., 117:11
T the comrade.- of the Jewish \ M. H. A. Will
Sponsor Ball
ceived:
Office of Secretary of State,
Information and Publicity
607
Havana, July 20, 1934.
Honorable Consul:
In
spondence number 126, dated the
16th of this month, I wish to in-
form you that it is untrue that
there is in existence any cam-
paign against the Hebrew pop-
ulation of this republic, whom
we consider have the same priv-
ileges ami facilities to exercise
their legitimate rights and ac-
tivities, as the rest of the other
residents.
As soon a- possible I will mail
you some declarations for publi-
cation purposes, regarding this
particular matter.
In testimony of my highest
consideration,
I remain,
(Signed) G. DeBLANCK.
Sub Secretary of State.
To Honorable G P. De Utrera,
Consul of the Republic of Cuba,
Miami, Florida.
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
137 N. K. Nineteenth St.
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi
I; ief Bervici a 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. Services are held in the
main auditorium.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
1545 S. W. Third Street
JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi
Services begin tonight at 6:30.
' Saturday morning services begin at
!9 o'clock. Mincha services at 6:30
I p. m., followed by the Maariv
service.
la merely boasting
Attended by a large number of
. out thai not long ago Ibn jcott, ^'^ijTl^r- member, last We4hesday night.
promised the French high *" '"l"1 *" ^ ,,,,,. the Y. M. H. A. 1 stn.d to report,
ione, of Syria not to med- >"g humble,,e.. J ^ A1 B(M.kowlUi membership
Vrab affairs in Syria, and '^\.^.^ ^ chairman, and then extended the
basis the Mufti's foea can-P<>< MUST NOl. ......innt drive to August 15. Report ol
understand how Ibn Saud I Our original struck* "Jj the third annual ball committee oUoW8.
......me concerned about the with the enemy-we first hd*o ^ ^ hy Grossman,
Arab8. subdue our own leaders .). Bu (.haM.man th(. affa, 1, the
_____________when after several months or cam |un|iuS(, of th(, organization to
. paigning, single-handed, it became ^ guffjcjen, fut|s help start
I'slestine to Admit 500 Jewish cy|dent thil, our cause was just, ^ iilwt.n ,,f a gUiuble build-
Mechanics to Relieve .....,, affective, the "leaders ....._ kM iIs activities. Sol
Havana, July 25, 1984.
To the Cuban Consul in Miami:
In connection with your note of
July 16, inst.. No. 126, and the one I -
from this department of the 20th, rjr. Carlos Manuel de Cespedes,
No. 607, Bureau of Information j Dr. Ramon Grau San Martin,
and Publicity, I take pleasure to amj now by Colonel Carlos Men-
transcribe, for its publication, the ,|j,.tai the Israelite Colony of
communication received yesterday Cuba, has been enjoying the
at this department, signed by lead- same e,,uai;ty 0f guarantees and
ing members of the Israelite Col-
ony of Cuba, and which is literally
to
Labor Shortage.
"Havana, July 24, 1984.
To the Secretary of State,
'Havana.
'Sir:
"The undersigned commission,
', fter the other, -.rambled upon ,.',,,,,,,,,;;, and Bert L. Biesner are appointed for the purpose by the
Lhe boycott band-wagon in real J ebaimen of the entertainment Intel-social Committee of the He-
Shortly after King ^.^i^d political fashion. ^
,.,. George Goldberg of the brew Colony of Cuba, sets forth
is committee. before yon the following: That
affixed his signature to ^ gatj8fjed with mere > ^^^ of .,.,.,,
empowering the Palestine w on lh(.v gtarted to fight pMoU wi ni.ail the commit- the Israelite < olony i < aba ha.
nment to float a 110,000,000 themselves for the honor ^ tQ .(,k,(.t th(, place ,-,. the been and Is wholly identified
loan tor public works, education d _iory 0f being the driver. .ini| ,,.,. pr0minent citi- with the noble people ol Cuba.
nd n lettlement of landless Arabs, th<, barbaric Hit- ; wi aid in this affair. all social, political and eco-
S 1 PI ilip Cunliffe-Lister, colonial
. tOld the house Of om-
that the Palestine govern-
rould shortly admit ~',n' Jw-
chanics who had a capital
150 ill order to meet the la-
'" shortage. This announcement
in reply to a question from
n W. P. Strickland, who had
whether the colonial offic*
*as aware of it.
Jerusalem Three .lews who
Wed to enter Palestine in. the
l desert mail from Bagh-
Vmman, In Tranajordania,
while sewn up In mail bags, were
d at the frontier.
tcrs as follow-:
The boycott as an organised made on
""the organisation, the eve,- Cuba for some time, did not oc-
tipy B prominent place in the
"The boycon a..... varied copy B prominent place in the
- '"""" rKe ew.t:; ',;;,':;."; ha..,,........js* m *.....*, r
to bring an enemy of the Jew and manj orwniMtion, in thorise him to emit an opinion
his knees, is, to sa> the east, not necessary. The^ organ questions.
....,..,,,,.. oon. It certamly of- addition to the usual x "..........
a seliable weal..... =.......'> .....'" "" ~........ri oung During the three revolutionary
fl,, no means for a permanent so- work, is ^also^ ^^ ^[M Qyet ,,.
(Continued on Page ;
women's activities.
security as the other foreign col-
onies, and even the very citizens
of Cuba; and isolated cases, pure-
lyly accidental and sporadic, can-
not be taken as indicative of any
action against a certain integral
nucleus of the laborious popula-
tion of this beautiful country.
That the Israelite Colony of
Cuba being deeply interested in
clearing up any misapprehension
or error as regards its status, in-
form or manner in which it is
developing, has hastened to ap-
point the undersigned, to attest
before the government of thi-
n-public the particulars herein-
before mentioned, so that it may
be used at its discretion for the
good name of this country and
:l*- prestige of our colony.
(Signed 1
RABBI DR. LASKER,
DAVID HI.IS.
JOSE KLEIN,
LOUIS JURICK,
President.
There 1. a seal of the Israelite
Colony of Cuba.
With the testimony of my
highest consideration. 1 remain,
(Signed! O. De.BLAN< K.
\ tant Secretary of State.
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Page Two



THK JEWISH FLORID!AN
Friday, July 27, u,
Mrs. M. Mandel returned to the
city after an absence of several
months, during which time she vis-
I relatives and friends in Bos-
md Hartford.
*
Dr. A. E. Rosenthal returned to
lh< city from a vacation spent in
North Carolina. Mr-. Rosenthal
and children will return in Sep-
tember.

-Mrs. Sol Weinkh and son arc
spending some time in Henderson-
ville. \. C.
Rabbi S. M. Machtei will offi-
ciate at the marriage nuptials of
Miss Sara Ruth Kohn, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kohn. to Louis
August, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ger-
SOn August of this city. The event
will take place at the William
Penn Hotel Sunday. June 29, at
,;:;" p. m. Miss Charlotte Kohn
will be maid of honor and Harry
August will be best man. Kllard
G. Kohn. Jack Zion. Sheldon Dub-
lei and Victor Kohn will be
groomsmen. A reception for mem-
bers of the immediate family will
follow the ceremony, after which
there will be dancing in the lobby
of the hotel. Cantor Louis Hay-
nan will direct the musical part
ot the ceremony.
High and Uni-
ity of Miami, and has
11 I ve in the communal life
younger Jc w sh si I of Miami. He
-lnd a reputation as an able
and n I Beth Da-
II ngn
11 connected with a number of
tht Jewish organizations in the
Greater Miami area, ami highly es-
ti eiind by local Jewry.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congreg .
I on will hold an important n
inn at the Synagogue next Tues-
day evening, July 31, beginning
8 o'clock. All members arc urged
t' attend.
Mrs. Nathan Schwartz and
daughters. Sylvia and Thelma. and
son. Bobby, arrived here this week
from Scranton, Pa., to ioin their
husband and father at the La
Veeda apartments. Miami Beach.
They will make their horn* here.
Mr. George Scholnick returned
last week from Atlanta. Ga., where
!u had gone to continue his studies
in engineering at Georgia Tech.
IK was called back because of the
illness of hi- mother and sister,
expected to return as
.1- possible.
r. Thi couple will n -
K West, whi 1 Mr. Parks
y the Jun-
1 tini il if J( ish Women.
\ ha
: and will be held at the
Cable- Country Club the
i| \\ 1 dm laj. Aug ast 8. A
very .111 of I'll
d. In
is a coiii-
;. M1 -. Nat l IVil
lianis, who > the
M >-, Tilli< Predinger, Bess 1
: [da Schwartz, Sylvia
1. ea ai I Millie Dreisen,
Thi regular monthly meeting of
! hi Junioi 1 an. il of Jewish Wom-
en will be held at the mezzanine
the Hotel Alcazar next
evening, July 31, with
N -- VI Ired Dreisen presiding.
Mrs. Ida Optner, chairman of the
Fund of the Senior
Council of Jewish Women, will be
iker >f the evening.
-^11 mi -. i fii. nds are urged
t 1 attei
A. Louis Mechlowitz. son of Mr.
and Mrs. William Mechlowitz of
this cit has established law of-
fices in the Seybold building. "AI."
he is known to his many friends.
- a long-time resident of Miami.
Miss Esther Grossman of K.;.
West was married to Mr. Cl
I Parks, also of Key West, las'
Monday afternoon at the home I
Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Thi
a: attended by Mr. A
vitz and Mrs. Morris Aroi
The groom was attended by his
1 tor ] uis Hayman is now 01 -
: boys between
the ages of ten and sixteen, and
will train then. : charge in
synagogal mus !' -,- who de-
1 join may communicate with
any day at 149 N. W.
*
Mi an, sales manager
Flamingo Brewery, is now
convalei ng i lln< --. having
il the St. Francis
il luring th< past week.
1 1 e from the city of
embers, Notice of
meeting will appear in
columns shortly.
Mrs. F. In tiner, who returned
led rip abi oad dui
rhich time she visited many
n center of the continent, has
again opened the well known
French Shoppe in Flagler Arcade.
Mr. Harry Oliphanl returned to
the city from a trip to Brooklyn,
N. Y.. wheie he attended the un-
veiling of a tombstone to the mem-
ory of his mother last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. William El man
now at their new home. 327
Avenue Velarde, Coral Gables.
* *
At a meeting in the home of
Miss Helen Schiff last Friday a
smial club, to be known as the
Young Judean club, was organ-
ized foi girls between the age- of
13 and 16. Flection of officers
resulted in the following being
Esther Winer, president;
Miriam Schindler, vice-president;
Jeanette Mintzer, secretary; Ada
Stein, treasurer, and the Misses
Thelma Groper, Ethel Pont, Eva
Winer assisting Miss Helen Schiff,
who was selected program chair-
man. Miss .M.dly Engler was
named publicity chairman. Plans
:'" a party to be given soon will
be acted on at the next meeting.
Following the business session re-
freshments Were -erved. The next
meeting will be held at the home
"i Miriam Schindler, 140 n. k.
57th -tivet. Friday evening. July
27, at 7:30 o'clock.
Burdines
DaVl ; f thi genial Mrs. II. I.. Kaufman and son
' > R sedale D li Marvin, left this morning for a
'injured last v w 1 >rk City, where they
- ini in 'l visit Mrs. Kaufman's sister
ng was .-truck ""l family,
. Mrs, Bella
tusions Julius Spector, son of Mr ,
Samuel .1. Spector prominent
' th Victor Hos-
He is h 1 nl
communal workers of Mjamj
Ruth Brown, daughti
-Mrs. Frank Brown
Mass.. were participai
mantic elopement last Saturdsi
.luliu-. win. had '
bride on a trip to B
months ago, finding thai
tion of his prospective f,
law would prevent thi mai
decided to circumvent
hindrance and, obtainii
sent of his parents,
Ruth to elope. The;.
ried by a justice ol
Huston last Saturday, fo|
which they wired thi
ther. In an attempt
thi wedding, the fathei rusl
Miami by airplane and n rived hen
several hours before the coupl*
came by boat. As a result of fam-
ily conference- Mr. Brown (an
bis consent and blessing to th,-
pair and left for homi
business conditions last Wednei
day night. Last night the
were married according to tht
Jewish rites at the home of the
groom's parents on N. W. Fomti
1 1., with immediate men!1
the family only in attendance.
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, a triend ol
the family, officiated. .Mr. ar.d
Mrs. Spector will entertain at
reception for the young conpi
within the next two we, ks. Julia-
!-. associated with his father in UK
building contracting busini -
t- active socially in local
affairs.
* *
Mis. Oscar Argintar and
'I'll left here last week for S tS
weeks' trip, during whi
will visit relatives and ft
Tampa and St. Petersburg, Fla.
*
Phil Romer, promim
Bi .0 h butcher, returned to the 1
after an absence of -,-\ 1
*
Mis. I. Scholnik and daughter,
Estelle, are .-pending -
at Miami Reach.

.
LARGKR HAGS
increase vour chic!
3
.98
The bij-yer the better that is the
handbiit; storv in brief! The white pitf-
urain leather above would do things for
a dressy ensemble. Tailored styles ton.
Ill KMNKS. STRKKT HOOK
,i:'' '' airman of
'. ch has
.
Betl
1 rah. He is
' thi younger
set. The Synagogu.
"' nsorim
'ance "'I Wi Ines lay evening
I, ,i tl Pi,
Bi ach, with a

lition to 1
I il lie :- urged I
..
has
this area by thi
11 '"'"' in our : ..- week's is-
' being tak. n 1
lar t..
Nation." which
Fa Chicago. A
' ri ponse; ,..
ved from Jew- and non-Jews
ng that the event be carried
r>pical ol th,-, letters was
one received from Jam,-- J. Mar-
shall, prominent attorney and for-
"dent "f the Hade County
School Hoard. Mr. Marshall has
'"'" leading figure in the pres-
entation Of Little Theatre playg
*nd pageants locally in th.
>ear. In his letter he pledget his
help and effort to make the event
a success. The committee did not
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jfrida;, July -'< 1;,:!1
THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
,1 HUSHED EVEB'V FRIDAY
by th i
,smlsB rUWIDIApfcBLHIHINa CO.
Miami. Florida' \ ''hone 2-1183
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Three
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Phone 2-1181
KDITORIAI. OF.
(jl s. W. 1S' Anna 1
j. I.OL'IS SHHt'HKT, Editor
IHID K. SIHM" ilKT, ClreitoUon M.n.gtr
CAN I '>K: 7B()KIS SCHLACHMAN,
1 i Representative
Boycott
mum.........imim.....minimum.uiimmill
iiimmmmmimmitliiiiminmmim
, 1 ,, weond clans matter July 4.
{JfTj Po.1 Office at Miami. Florida,
rth- V.. "f March .1. 1879.
WEST PALM BEACH
SAMUEL SCHUTZEB
Representative
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN
Representative
Boycott hale and boycott spile;
Boycott those who boycott rihi;
Boycott malice; boycott lies;
Boycott bigots who despise
1'iuth, and who in evil hour
loat to Wreak malicious power.
Boycott terror: boycott wrong;
Boycott tinsel Pharaohs
fThe lire of hooks, the world can
see.
illumine the Nazi's infamy).
Boycott (ill we boycott down
The Middle Vires, garbed in brown;
Boycott tinsel Pharaohs, when
They blunder with Egypt s once
again.
Boycott hale and boycott -pile:
Itoycotl those who boycott right;
Boycott malice, boycott blight;
Boycott those who boycott light!
West Palm Beach
Notes
Tht
Friends of Mr. Herman Gold will
be glad to know thai he is again
U] and about after the automobili
accident that he met with about
.i-n day- ago.
GLOOM
CHASER
ORLANDO
IRENE BRAVERMAN
Representative
TAMPA, FLA.
MRS. M. H. KISLER
Representative
MI
on.
Month*
\-ir
SUBSCKtlTION
51.11"
IZ.O*
Vol. 7No. SO
FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1931
Commendable
That was a very commendable
resolution which was adopted the
other day by the Grand Lodge of
i and Accepted Masons of the
State of New York. The resolution
nhich was passed unanimously de-
n< unced religious and racial per-
secution in America and abroad.
Hen' it is:
The Grand Lodge of Flee and
Accepted Masons of the State of
Sew York, speaking for the Ma-
onic fraternity in this State, is
profoundly concerned by the fact
that the spectre of religious and
racial intolerance, bigotry. anti-
Semitism and hatred is again
showing its head in many parts
of the world, including our own
. ived country.
"It is a grievous thing that at
l. time when the world is strug-
gling to emerge from a period
of racial hatred and national
i alousies. this outburst should
ave incurred and should have
ngulfed in its blighting effects
s i many innocent victims. Our
hearts go out in deepest sym-
pathy to those afflicted, to Jews
and Christians, and those of all
faiths alike.
"These common, inalienable
tights which are now being so
generally disregarded have been
sei ured as the reault of patient,
laborious toil through the cen-
turies, and their preservation is
of the utmost importance if civ-
ilization is to survive.
"As advocates of the preser-
vation of these rights and as
sympathizers with those who
have so grievously suffered from
their disregard, we believe it to
be not only the right, but the
duty of all right-thinking men
and women to voice their pro-
test against this injustice wher-
ever it exists. If wrong be done
to great numbers of innocent
poeple, humane men anil women
cannot hold their peace, but
must voice the protest of their
souls.
"We earnestly appeal for a
subsidence of these dangerous
manifestations and a voicing of
their protest against the wrongs
to which these innocent victims
are being subjected and de-
velopment everey where of a
stronger moral consciousness 01
'he inestimable value of cultural.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Moss and
their young daughter have re-
turned after spending a five weeks'
vacation in Durham. N. C., Mrs.
ii former home, and at the
World's Fair in Chicago.
I UK TRUTH ABOUT OIK
LEADERS
Congregation Beth Kl held a
very important business meeting
Wednesday evening at the syna-
gogue, when important congrcga
ional matters were discussed.
iiiiiiiimiiiiiiimimmimmmiiimiimmmimiimimmnimmiiimmmmi
The principals in a public wed-
ding at Kansas City wore masks.
Maybe they were both marrying
for money.
Some men waste a lot of time
wishing it were tomorrow.
Many a true word has been
spoken regardless of grammar.
If you want your wife to act like
an angel try treating her like one.
c ( >.ii' inuc I from Page 1)
uli ii ol :b problem of recurrent
anti-Jewishness. An individual and
Duly for the lack of benches
Chat will be built and placed after
the holidays, the Beth El Syna-
Mr. and Mrs. Joe MOSS and their
. Walte and Harold, left last
Sunday by automobile on B month's
vacation, visiting many places
while enroute to the- Chicago fair.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Goodmark have
(.turned after a three weeks' va-
cation in New York and Asbury
Park, N. .1.
Il is usually tomorrow that all
gnat things arc expected to hap-
pen.
Mi. and Mrs. Jack Sneider have
us their guests for several weeks
their daughter, Mrs. Lillian Jess-
hell, and her baby. Mr. and Mrs.
Sneider's only grandchild. Mrs.
jesskell is well known in local cir-
..(-. having lived hen with her
parent for si 'eral years prior to
I., marriage in 1928 to Mr. JesS-
Kell, who at that time was also a
resident of West Palm Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. jesskell left West
Beach shortly after their
mairiage to make- their home in
i; ooklyn, N. Y.
St. Petersburg
Notes
irogue is now completely finished.
mized boycott i- human and
in !c i standabie; an organized one
macks of the uncivilized. More
iver, no minority can afford |
to force."
Could a doctrine more inimical
. thl Jewish well-being be con
(ivi d V Coming from a rabbi, we
,,.aj assume that the vision of
Mo.-,.- and all the prophets have'
. swoop de mleil upon him.
.111 that to him has been given the
.. in and light to had the Jews
I \|,l into a new land
omisi. Perhaps, Palestine to
this nc w Messiah is somewhat out-
moded. If wild beast confronts
., u in a forest, throw your gun
away, and offer to pet him. If.
,, .chance, he does not respond to
your friendly gestures, you should
by all means depend upon his own
of fair play. If he -till in-
tavagery, well, one
Bn da- only once. The Rank and
File oi Jews know more honorable
.,.,1 effective way- of dying, if
,i.e we must.
Would the learned rabbi have US
believe that Hit!er and his cohorts
ure civilized? Would he have u-
;.........ither cheek? Would he
have us reason with brutes smili
upon beast shower courtesies
upon fiends'.' Does he not know
1 at
that the boycott is not atmei
. of unfortunate, mis- Mr. Dave Rothblatt and daugn
auided and hypnotized German -,,.,-. Tibie, also Mr. Sam Goldberg,
people with whom we have no have returned from their trip to
'uarrei? Chicago, after Visiting relative- at
0nce more, our "leaders" dare- |u. World's Fair.
a philosophy which has de-
.!,.,! Jewry in Germany, and -,,,. Loujg Rothblatt of El Paso,
will continue to degrade our race TexaSi ia visi.ing his brother. Mr.
It is a great deal easier to be-
come engaged than it is to get dis-
c ngaged.
luiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii...........i
Miss Sitybred What are those
tunny things on that cow's head?
Mr. TiDiscedhorns, ma'am.
Miss SitybredHow stupid of
me! I should have known it. 1
hear him sounding them now.
Other people's self-admiration
proves that there is no accounting
lor tastes.
Nothing jars an invalid more
ban tO wake up feeling splendid
and then suddenly remember that
he is sick.
No matter how big a man may
be, there i- at least one woman
somewhere in the world who can
make him feed small.
What does a nudist camp wom-
an talk about at the times when
under ordinary conditions she
would talk about runs in her
stockings?
Beiklack, you've been drink-
ing! And you promised me that
you would change your habits.
Jack Well, I did. I had a habit
oi drinking at Spiegelbaum's. on
Fifth street, and I've changed to
nelly's, on Sixth street.
:h, world over, if not flouted.
I pernicious doctrines must
n ,t be permitted to take root. This
.,,.,.., will undoubtedly I"
,,, of others of a similar
;,.,, Mi.-! they talk? I'alk is
cneapi bu, the damage- resulting
often eo8tlVi These "leaders
,1(, SOT bespeak the thoughts and
: Jews. 'I hey do not rep-
,..,,, Judea. And this must be
brought horn to them in no un
certain terms.
The rank and file of Jews as-
. ,rts its own leadership. The beat-
.....' our heart- an I the yearn-
ingg | our souls will be answered
by true LEADERS, from within
our ranks.
This article, which is so ap-
plicable t" local conditions,
;,. written by luis A. Falk,
s. V. Jersej Itj Post, and
appeared in the -III V
of I he
Duvc Rothblatt, of ibis city.
Mi. un | Mrs. E. Gelman and
family have left for a trip to Phil-
adelphia and Canada and will be
tone for a couple of months.
D,.. ,\. s. Kleinfeld spoke last
Sundaj evening at Williams Park
.,, mass meeting which was
culled for tin- purpose of cleaning
,. objectionable films, which is
lU,W the campaign in vogue.
Tampa Notes
Mi. Adam Wolf son, prominent
nununal worker of this city, left
last week to join his wife in Hen-
dersonville, N. C, and will remain
there for a short time.
Write me a poem for my wife."
he said,
And then, just like B man, he
could not tell
Me what tee say of one he loves
so well
ilow can a man express how com-
forted
ili heart is, now that he and she-
are wed?
But I, who knew him when there
was no Anne
With welcome arms for him at
ending day,
Dl in I need words to tell me that
a man
Expresses wordlessly what he
would say.
love makes his every act so fine
and wise ,
His happiness is shining in his
eyes!
Susanna plans her own events;
You couldn't balk her if you tried.
Not willful, hut the elements
Are with her moving moods al-
lied.
I marvel at that mobile face.
Which sun and shadow make
their own
Domainas rain and radiance
grace
With grateful change our tem-
perate zone.
A cloudy hour; a flashing eye;
A breeze to blow the blues away.
Locked lips that let the world
go by;
And then. B smilethe break of
day!
That index of intelligence
And love- but crowns a body's
wealth
01 stateliness and vigor, whence
Are flung the overtones of
health.
0 radiant Susanna, framed
Of seasonable frost and fire.
And urged to altitudes unnamed
By aboriginal desire,
Yet clogged social habitudes
Congenial: Can you Wonder why
1 feel it is not merely moodl
And tenses that you typify.
But what you do not understand
Yet cling to, as the swimmer
clings
To bits of wreckage till the land
Athwart hi- dying vision swings'.'
Greatly agitated, a woman car-
rying an infant dashed into a drug
.tore.
"My baby has swallowed a bul-
let.'' -he cried. "What shall I do?"
"Give him the contents of this
bottle of castor oil," replied the
druggist calmly. "And then, be
sure you don't point him at any-
one."
line- of the larger manufacturers
o< bathing suits own- the sheep
trom which he gets his wool sup-
ply. Rut is a whole- she-op neee--
sai V '.'
An eccentric old lady in the Bast
stole soap from hotels and wrapped
; in 81,000 bills. In 20 years sin-
never lost a cake of soap.
Sholom. H<- is being assisted by
the members of the board and ot-
liters of the Congregation and Sis-
terhood.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Needle left for
Charleston, S. ('.. last week to
spend their summer vacation there.
edition
Jew) h Veteran.
economic and religious free-don,
Rnd the urgent necessity ol em-
phasizing it in these days, when
the maintenance of these inalien-
alm. rights is being so seriously
jeopardized."
Mr. 1.. Cordon moved to his new
home at 2816 Jefferson ave. Mr.
(I, rdon is one of Tampa's most ac-
tlvi communal workers.
Rabbi Adolph Burger, rabbi of
Rodoph Sholom Temple, has re-
turned to the city after a visit of
three weeks in Uniontown, Pa., vis-
iting with relatives and friends.
month's vacation in New York City.
Miss Gladys Milchman, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Milchman,
2006 Taliaferro st., has gone t"
Daytona Beach to spend two
months with her sister and broth-
er-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Simon
Reed.
Mrs. Manuel Aronovitz and her
three sons are spending the sum-
mer at Haven Beach.
Plans for the- High Holidays are-
being completed by Rabbi Adolph
Burger for Congregation Rodeph
Mrs. Herman Aronovitz of 281*
Klmore st., has returned titter a
Miss Pearl Buchman of Plant
City is spending the week in
Tampa visiting with relatives and
friends.
Mr. ami Mrs. M. Mosses of 1007
25th ave. are announcing the en-
gagement and approaching mar-
riage- of their daughter. Miss (Vlia
Moses, to Mr. Kay Schneider of
Jacksonville, Fla., son of Mr. and
Mrs. M. Schneider.
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Page Four
THE JEWISH FI.OKIDIAN
Friday, July 27, 1934
Jtatoo ^ttagog Bulletin
Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
Btiuniv iJ'Xli?w.??,dDirecU,r- Ra(,i" Synmifou of Atmric.
SUNDAY MORNINGS VVIOD, MIAMI, FLORIDA
111 (i rean
provisions
LIFE'S BATTLES
FiveFinancial Problems
Scripture Reading Genesis. Chapter XXVIII, Verses 20 and 21.
In the struggle for existence, in the conflicts on the battlefield of
life, man has learned that the object he seeks, the goal he strives to
uttain, the victory he wishes to win, can be more easily reached if the
"sinews of war" take the form of money. Wealth, or, in any event, a
sufficiency of money, is the "open sesame" to almost all Kates. Those
who know of the words of Jesus, in Matthew and Mark, ". It is easier
for a camel to go through the eye of a needle, than for a rich man to
enter into the kingdom of God .," if they are possessed of much
money, and, if they judge the kingdom of God by the standards here
on earth, are inclined to believe that, even there, their wealth will
stand them in good stead.
Financial problems are responsible for much unhappiness. Those
who do not know how to live, how to face life and how to meet its per-
plexities, are made miserable by money matters. Money is not to be
despised. The aid it gives one is not to be minimized." Hut, on the
other hand, money, the acquisition of wealth, should not become a
fetish-an idol to which we sacrifice our moral health and our tran-
quinty of soul.
At this point I want to correct a commonly accepted, but false
translation, of a Rabbinic advice. We hear it said that "He is rich who
is satisfied with his portion." The correct translation of the Hebrew
word "Somaiach" is "rejoices," and not "satisfied." The phrase, there-
fore, should read. "He is rich who rejoices with his portion." You may
be happy with what you have, an I, yet, have ambitions for
unsatisfied desire to advance yourself.
Wealth and poverty are relative terms. One may feel himself
poor in the midst of what, to another, may appear a superabundance.
If your possessions do not bring you joy, you are poor, though you
own the mint. If you are happy, 1 hough uncertain as to the
for the next day, you are, indeed, wealthy.
By all means, look upward, strive to rise to a higher level, to a
higher plane, but if the sight of a display of riches by others makes
you conscious of your own limited possessions, and you develop a pov-
erty complexthen, look down, ga/.e on the many who have less than
you have, and you will find much for which to be thankful. It is
seldom so bad with you but that someone else is less fortunate.
Looking upward, as I have suggested, does not mean "keeping up
with the Joneses." Live your own life, within the means at your dis-
posal. Above all, maintain the hope of "better times." The Rabbis
of old have portrayed wealth as an old-fashioned well with two buckets.
The bottom one comes up full; the upper one goes down empty. Again
they say that coins are round because they symbolize the unstability
of wealthit rolls from one to the other. Keep striving for better
things and you will, ultimately, attain them.
The misery of poverty lies more in the failure to understand the
possession of wealth than it does in the-deprivation which accompanies
lack of money. The rich do not own more than do you. They have
no greater possessions. That sounds strange, but let us study it.
A rich man or woman has title to many thingsand that's all.
You can possibly get more joy out of their possessions than they do.
If you enjoy the sight of jewels, tin architecture of a beautiful home,
the view across a landscape even though these may be registered in
the name of another, your pleasure ir. them cannot be denied you. The
wealthy may eat richer, more expensive foods, but cannot enjoy them
any more than you enjoy the viands on your table. A prosperous man
does not take two spoonsful of food at one time. He, as you. eats with
but one spoon, fork or knife, though a dozen may be lined up along-
side his plate. What have you found to make you wretched through
envy of him? Perhaps, if you but knew it, he envies you your lot in
life, your freedom from certain worries, your rugged health, you
cheerful home life, your devoted family circle.
Wealth, as a source of happiness, has been greatly exaggerated.
True happiness comes from within, is a state of mind, and is wholly
independent of external forces. Neither money nor other wealth can
insure happiness, though they may go a long way toward creating
conditions which, to the thoughtie-s. are symbolic of the acme of
happiness. A sage has said, "Wealth may be like waters gathered in
a house, which, finding no outlet, drown the owner." Happinesi is
dependent on knowing how to utilize your possession.* to get the most
joy out of them. Despondency because you have not more money i-
poverty.
We often read of the finding 01' the bodies of recluses who have
died in some hovel or cellar or attic, in rags and in want, emaciated
and diseased. Then, when the abode is being cleaned of its filth, vast
sums of money are found. Would you say that these persons were
rich? Would you consider them as having been wealthy? You
would not. The miser is to be pitied more than the beggar or the poor
wage-earner. The miser has title to his horde. That, and that alone.
He does not use it as a possession.
No, dear friends, the chase after wealth, for wealth's sake, is not
8 healthy nor a wholesome venture. It is a poverty complex, an un-
balanced state of mind. Count yoi'l wealth in terms of health, con-
tentment, joy, friends and freedom from worries. A larger house, a
more expensive car, glittering jewels, finer rugs and idleness are not
the component ingredients in the fiimula for wealth.
Rejoice in your portion. Be happy with your lot in life. Make
the most of what you haveand--strive for improvement. Be fired
with ambitions. By all means aim 10 better your station, to give your
children the necessities of life, to help others who are dependent on
you. The joy of having lies in '.he joy of giving. To have and to
hold is to be poor. To share with others makes your joys doubly
gladdening.
Your financial problems, like all others you encounter in life, may
be easily overcome, may be warded off by you. if you view them
calmly and in their relative Importance to life as a whole. It's up
to you.
Sir Henry Wotton has given B description of true wealth in his
poem,
THE CHARACTER <>l A HAPPY LIFE
How happy is he 1.....1 and tauyhl
That serveth not another's will;
Whose armour is hi- honest thought,
And simple truth nin utmost skill!
Whose passions no hi.' masters are;
Whose soul is still prepared for death.
Untied to the world by can
Of public fame or private breath.
Who envies none thai chance doth raise,
Nor vice; who never understood
How deepest wounds ari' given by praise;
Nor rules of state. '>ut rules of good;
Who hath hi- life from rumours freed;
Whose conscience ; his Btrong retreat;
Whose state can neither flatterers feed,
Nor ruin make oppressors urea';
Who God doth late and early pray
More of His grace than gifts to lend;
And entertains the harmless day
With a religious book or friend.
This man i- freed from servile bands
Of hope to rise or tear to fall;
LORD OF HIMSELF, THOUGH NOT OF LANDS.
AND HAVING NOTHING, YET HATH ALL.
RADIO SYNAGOG
Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder anj
director of the Radio Syiiagog
will preach Aver radio station
WIOD at nineV o'clock on Sunday
morning, on "iVfe's Battles; Six
Health I'rohlcnW' Tin- it the
sixth in the series of set mom on
life's problems! and how to meet
them. In addition to thi lennon
there will be ngayers, scripture
reading and a questlOMl box
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Orders Closing of Door to Waili,.
Wall Enclosure.
Jerusalem The recently built
door into the Wailing Wall enclo-
sure must be kept closed, the Mos-
lem Supreme Council was informed
by Jame- Campbell, district com-
missioner for Jerusalem. In a
statement ordering the door closed,
Commissioner Campbell said that
its opening during the past half
.ear by the Arabs was a distinct
violation of the status quo with
regard to the Wailing Wall area.
ALTMAN'S HOTEL
107 SIXTH AVE. ASBURY PARK. N. J. Tel. 14B7 or 3415
Situated in the finest section of Asbury Park near the
Boardwalk. Modern in every respect. All sports.
Dietary laws observed. Moderate ,'ates. Open all year.
THIS IS THE VEAR FOR YOUR TRIP TO
CALIFORNIA
$12725
LOS ANGELES
Daily Round
Trip to
SAN DIEGO OK SAN FRANCISCO
Keturn limit III. ,1|
SEND YOUR LAUNDRY
TO THE
HOME SERVICE
Laundry
ROY II. Tl.RNKR. Prop.
1221 S. W. 6th St. Phone 2-5.S4
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HOMES
FOR SALE
or
RENT
In All Sections of Miami
PRICED REASONABLY
Dade County
Security Co.
117 N. E. First Avenue
While Oak Leather
Half Soles 35c
LADIES' HEELS 15c
Atlantic Shoe Shop
21(1 N. E. First Avenue
Opp, Cortez Hotel
lull
Ask
l.rt
nforaatlon uldly (Irtn.
hrlp you liian v.iur trip,
ilx.ut lower .1.0 > kund Trip.
Ko-d only Tourist gltrplai Can .nd
I u.hrs
Southern Pacific
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HI I Volunteer lildi;.. Atlanta. Ga.

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FOR
FRESH
SEA FOODS
STOP AT
CAPT. TOM'S FISH MART
OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST
Our Fish are the freshest Caught by
our own boats daily
If il is Sea Food, we hav
observance with a'l the sanitary rules and regulation" '"
GROSSMAN'S
HOTEL
New Jersey Avenue, Near Beach
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Offering Fine Accommodation**
al Moderate Terms
The Foremost Hotel in Atlantic
I Ity Catering to Jewish Clientele
Dietary Laws Courteous Service
Sea Water in All Bathrooms
ALWAYS OPEN
Josef Grossman's
Sons
Those
Visitors
who know
Choose
THE BILTMORE
while in ATLANTIC CITY
Because at the HILTMORE they
are assured of those little extras
In Mrvj e hot and cold sea
water baths surf bathing
directly frm hotel conven-
ient open-air dining room for
at he is modern cuisineyet
food prepared in accordance
with DIETARY LAWS. Social
I*"' "'ranges ENTERTAIN-
MENT and DANCING nightly.
Ownership Management
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. Julj 27, 1984
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Page Five
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At the
MOVIES
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v .,;,. uhn has the lead
role opposite Maurice
newesl starring
Way to Love." play-
Theatre next Sun-
jgv am; Monday, is one of the very
,-,. prominent film stars who rose
',,] the extra rank-.
Way to Love," Miss
[a sad-faced street
the job of target
knife thrower in
Ian east side carni-
RABBIS NAMED TO HILLEL WORK
Poles Visit Holy Land
^>m
Wr
Tel Aviv A delegation of the
"Avodath Israel" Society in War-
saw lias arrived in Palestine to
look over land owned by the
ciety at Kfar Atta. The group
consists of Isaac Fruchtgarten,
Aaron Levin, Meir Zelinski and
Pincha Planzbaum.
I uu choice
RUGS and LINOLEUM
\ I mil- I REASONABLE PRII ES
EAGLE Kl t; CO., Inc.
211 N. Miami Ave.
I'h.in.- I-HIS
JYi,.
er, a guide for a tour-
Bieeta her during her
\- fall in love. But the
led in the path of the
name by the girl's em-
police and cithers, al-
their happy affair.
fcr in which Chevalier
Ivurak and Edward Ev-
In. as a friend of lit their enemies, fur-
Ist entertaining climax.
Cincinnati, Ohio Three m w di-
rectors fen B'N'ai Brith Hillel
Fi undations have been appointed
by the B'nai B'rith Hillel Founda-
tion Commission. All are 193-1
graduates of theological semi-
naries.
Rabbi Samuel Cimk. who grad-
uated I'p.in the IIi'Ihew Union Col-
lege, will be director of the newly-
established Hillel Foundation at the
University of Alabama, He conn -
from Atlantic- City, and his under-
graduate work was done at Haver-
: .nl. where lie made a unique rec-
ord in activities and carried off
most of the scholarship prizes.
! While at the Hebrew Union Col-
lege, he was president of the stu-
dent body, active in Young Judea,
and was an exceptional student. At
the University of Alabama Rabbi
Cook will have a Jewish student
body of 160 to work with most of
them from the Bast.
Kahhi Martin Weitz of Denver,
who graduated in the same class
Rabbi Cook al the Hebrew
Union College, will be director of
;hi Foundation at Northwestern
University. Heretofore the Foun-
dation of Northwestern was vol-
untarily directed, on a part time
basis, by Kahhi Jacob Singer,
whose magnificent work in build-
ing up a line- esprit de corps among
the SOU Jewish students has made
a lull time director a necessity.
He will continue as voluntary spon-
sor. Rabbi Weitz has distinguished
himself as an organiser and a
journalist while at college. He ed-
ited and managed the Hebrew Un-
ion College Monthly for three
years and has been editor of the
Youth Leader since its inception.
He ha- contributed to many Amer-
ican and Jewish publications.
Rabbi Morris Kertzer, a grad-
uate of the Jewish Theological
Seminary, will be assistant direc-
tor of the Foundation at the Uni-
versity of Illinois. Dr. A. L.
Sucher, the director, is also na- |
tlonal director of the Hillel Foun-
dations, and intensive work has
necessitated the appointment of
an assistant at Illinois. Rabbi
Kertzer, who is a Canadian, and
graduated from Toronto Univer-
sity, will be in charge of the stu-
cii nt program as well as the Jew-
ish courses which are taught at
the Foundation for university cred-
it. Rabbi Kertzer has had several
years' expe-rience in teaching in
schools near New York. He will
oiganize Hebrew classes at Illinois,
rebuild the program of traditional
Judaism through Friday night and
Saturday morning services, Fri-
day night traditional suppers, holi-
day celebrations and other cere-
monies.
TIVOL1IT;
Showa (|4f and 9:00 I'. M.
20c till 6:30Evening 25c
Matinees Saturday and Sunday
Continuous 2 to 11
Sunday-Monday. July 29-30
MAURICE CHEVALIER
Way to Love
fctures like "Fugitive
Met rei-doldwy n-Mayer
ik at the Seventh Ave-
^e Sunday and Monday,
Is come into their own.
melodrama is a thriller
pining to end.
iy Ferdinand Reyher
IV Weacl, the story is
y. i .nl: member superb in
|i part, was wisely elm-en.

IF IT'S PAINTING OR DECORATING
See
JAKE NEHAM
New York Decorating Co.
>\s i iih St. Phont 5-3983
AS ALWAYS-
"Bundles of Satisfaction"
BILTM0RE LAUNDRY
DRY CLEANING
RUGS BLANKETS DRAPES PILLOWS CURTAINS
mWE KPii:
Adults 20cChildren 10c
Box Office Opens r>:4!> P. M.
Sunday
Sunday-Monday. July 29-30
Fugitive Lovers \
MADGE EVANS
ROBERT MONTGOMERY
iiiiiiiitiiiiMiiliiiiliiliiini..........iiiiii...............mi............in..........
TORGfl*
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MARIO, Your Hairdresser
Permanent Waves of Distinction for
Women Who (are
OLYMPIA HUM..
Phone 2-6210
$6.00
f. S. E. 2nd Ave.
en Montgomery and Madge
fvans in "Fugitive Lovejs"
.
NEW CO I AM HI A HOTEL
BELMAR, NEW JERSEY
on.< of the Finest Seashore Resort Hotels
Situated Directly on the Boardwalk
Entire block on the ocean front. Elevator and room phone
service Social director and staff. Dancing and entertainment.
, cuisine. Dietary Laws Observed. Modern prices.
Under management of A. B. HOLDEN
[RUSSIA)
Thie modern store, through
a chain of its branches in the
large cities, will sell tine im-
ported or domestic merchand-
ise to your relatives.
Send them a Torgsin order
Summer gifts or gifts for
the approaching holidays can
be obtained
AT PRICES COMPARING
FAVORAHI/Y WITH THOSK
IX TIJK UNITED STATKS.
----Gift Suggestions:----
Men's shoes ..........3.70 Rbl.
Men's suits ...........7.50 "
Women's shoes ... ...3.75 "
Women's suits 7.30 "
Children's shoes ......1.80 "
| Flour (2-1/5 lb.) .......06 Kop.
Sugar (2-1/5 lb.) .....22 "
' Montgomery is as daring in
prilling prison escape scene- as
romantic. Madge Evans por-
the role of an Independent
Hie with charm, feeling and
incing characterization.
''' Healy and his three madcap
I'' are hilarious in their
r character roles. As
p. detective par excellence, C.
r Gordon is the kind of pris-
official who would make- the
sagacious escaped convict lie
r" nights.
PARKING LOT
\ GOOD PLACE TO PARK YOUR 1 Ap
CAB FOR ONLY AVfV
Ml VALUABLES LEFT IN YOUR
CAB WILL BE WELL PROTECTED
BILLY MARS-The Parker
COME AND SEE ME
:,!) N. E. FOURTH STREET
Just North Of the New I'ostoffice
1 Large Variety of Highest Quality Food Items.
For Torgsin orders see your local
bank or authorized agents.
General Representative in U.S.A. at
AMTORG, 261 Fifth Ave., N.Y.
HEKSH CARLTON HOTEL
CHELSEA AVENUE AND BEACH
Atlantic City, N. J.
OWNERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT
Our Spring Kates have been reasonably reduced, while still
maintaining our Hitfh Standard of Food and Service.
Rooms overlooking the Ocean and Boardwalk.
Telephone -24578
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Hebrew melodies nfcXt Wednesday, Auk ]
n:ng at fc p. m.
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Bridge was en-
ifternoon at the
honors wcri' won
Wittenstein, with
B -get winning low prize.
B. )'. Cohen won first prize
. The color scheme was
pink and white
lelicious ice course
Mrs. Harry Kan:.-
is visiting her -on. A i
in Miami.
Mr, Jesse Rosen > |
his home, where he is tak.rj
cure.
Among those spending I
at Daytona Beach arc
Braverman, Mrs. I. Beck
Mrs. W. Berkowitz.
Mrs. L. .S. Frankel i
an extended trip in the N'J
Orlando Notes
Mr Mrs Edd Safer tt
guests
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Miami. Fla.
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Phone _'-711
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Allowance for your old
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or make, kind or condi-
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Cash balance, only
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8 :
Or, NO DOWN PAYMENT and
only *4.J5 a month for 18 months.
Turn your old messy water heater
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Special trade-In allowances of SI2
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us your old water heater instead of
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returned from a El
trip, is pi. isi :
her patj
THE FRENCH SHOI
108 Flakier Area*
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I IMA1 HEERl I
I'm-1 eit-l Wnmg Shutter
FOR SHl'TTER AWN! N (
the Duplex Shutter Co.
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N. W. :,lth St. Ph..ne Ede|
1187.
GARAGES-
ROLLINS BOGGS
S| >ializin? in Genera! >l|
Repairs, Wheel Ahgnine,
Lining, Etc.
M'- X. W. 5th St. Phone
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For Insurance Consult!
JACK J. ATKINS
Representing
Metropolitan Life Insurant
'07 Biseayne Bank B!ig. I'h
LUMBER
Fzell Lumber & Supply
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MILLWORK
Mill* rk, Screen Windows
Spindle D. >rs: Cabinet WJ
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PIANO TUNING
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RKVI ESTATE
W. I. HARRIS
Real Estate Service
"4S Inrraham Bids.
Phnne 2-1191
ROOKING
ROBBIN8 ROOFING i SIII
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