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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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University of Florida
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THE JEWISH UNITY
FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLf
Vol. 8No. 25
-MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JINK 21, ly^T
Large Attendance Freeman Explains Time to Reflect
Is Expected Purpose of Bill
Price Five Cent*
V. i on June 30th at the Ritz-1 Tallahassee Gilbert Free
During the summer or in Ihe
waning days of the winter season
Miami to Vote Jewish News
For Delegates Around the
World
Atlantic City the 38th Highlands County newspaper*^ubiUrB<^CltlMn*Uketlmetothink Voting ,or delegates to the TVOflQ
annual convention of the Zionist lishor, today -aid senate bill 889 "f tMnga <"",mual- Some of them World Zionist Conference at Zu- ----------
ation of America is called passed by the 1935 i. ,r i ""' Bp'em'M and of value to the rich, which will convene on Au-
there will probably be the| sponsored by Florida Press A- n,mm",li,y- 0,h,'rs- hu Pe'- KU8' 20th- wUI >"' "Worded local Vaad LouB" lo (;et L
not affect thv
a- homestead exemption at all, nor
A larger turnout of delegates is does it increase the tax millage,"
:. too, by reason of the Freeman said.
al high pitch of interest "As a matter of fact, it prevents
Palestine has aroused in in increase of approximately 50
I he fact that the eon- per rent in the state millage, a.
will be held in a "congress such an increase would have been
an added reason for the necessary to pay $750,000 in extra
Ltirring general interest. The At- fees to tax a
convention will be the cicrcuit court clerks and new .-pa-
. in when the delegates per., required because of a typo-
| Lucerne Congress will be graphical error in the passage of
lie to receive instructions and th
[ the general drift of Amer- ror
ican Zionist opinion. land
.Much interest rests in the forth- Used
coming message of the president l"
Jf th. Zionist Organization, Mor- tailed.
In- Rothenberg, with which the con- "This bill does nothing except
Ivemion will be opened. Mr. Roth- Mt up machinery to save this 1750,-
lenhc-rjr will outline a new basis of ^"u annually to the state and save
organization for the Zionist move- the overburdened delinquent tax-
Inient, as well as for the Jewish payers another S."iii(i.0(i(j per year
lAgoncy. His known part in the 'n five per cent commissions to
[formation of the enlarged agency collectors for unnecessary sales.
Intakes his views particularly in- "This bill was proposed by me
westing since he has already made as a member of the State Pies. ~om
I that he regards it neces- j Association's committee named a
I reshape the present form year ago when newspapers, tax
lof the agency by one more suitable collectors and circuit clerks gen-
It" the spirit of the time with re- erously and voluntarily waived
I Palestine upbuilding. 'heir rights to profit by this huge
The convention will also go ex- burden inadvertently laid upon the
iiaustively into the subject of the state and the taxpayers by the
IkhiM conference of General Zion- typographical error in the origina
I "'- up the question of Futch bill.
IAiui-v! an alignment with the Gen- ]. provides that when delin-
\ 2 Mists throughout the world quent tax certificates pas- over to condition of one institution then
the end of strengthening the the state the property covered by |ha| js ,,.1(| j itsl.|f Will the
bloc and emphasizing the the certificates need not again be rM)l> ,, |llltt ,,.at.h t|ass,.s j
program of "Palestine assessed, or advertised, until the ||ujr 0W|) i.,!,,,,,,! Torahfl continue
less As |i,.ja||v fi|u. ar(. of ur(.a| har|
11.. .1- I I >
ew-
ine,
tial
a
ned
llow-
The first of the propositions ad- "'"' desire '" (a-t their votes are ing the announcement of Pruden-
vanced, that of the establishment UrKed '" Drin8 their official shekel tial's million-pound loan to the Tel
of a Convalescent Hospital for |'eceiPts uiln them. Much interest Aviv Municipality. The Vaad Leumi
Crippled Children, has already met '". .'"''"" shown in the elections, loan is to be used tor the erection
with considerable opposition. Its wnicn are being held simultaneous- of much-needed school buildings.
opponents point to the fact that ''. throughout the country. Ticket ---------------------------
manj in the North will bring their x"- M- "ho official ticket endorsed (00-Year-Old Jewish Leader of
invalid children, and alter a very l"""lv ''>' l,1(' Zionist organisation Saloniki Dead
short time, because of their lack and Ha of funds, leave these children at fficial Labonte ticket which is Salonikj ,..,,,, Kag [f>rmm
the mercy of the local community. be,n* : bv & i;>!>"' president t the Saloniki Jewish
Such things are not mere conjee- ^rouPs, '" country; ,mmunlv ., ,,,,,,. ,- <;,.,...,.
sary burden on the county and par- "nlv i"ll|i'i'"' residing in South- "__________________
ticularly on Miami Jewry. One "" ,"U''1 Statea *"k "e in Enirlish shin Is.,, H.v.
need hu, point to the deplorable fi- N Orleans, La. Mr. Seheinbaum "" ^^L" ""'
point to the dcpl...
nanciai condition with which most ls a candidate on ticket No. l.
of the Jewish national institutions
are at present confronted. The
mailer should he carefully consid-
ered. We invite comment from the
Ladies Sponsor
Card Party
The second of these propositions
concerns the establishment of a
county wide central Talmud Torah
for the entire community. Thcr<
is no question but that a properly
centralized institution, not connect-
j ed with any synagogue, would be PVfteenth""ave!,' witl
of value. But .,. if this proposl- Mintser as the hostess. Prizes will
lion is advanced lor the mere pur-
pose of alleviating the financial
Scroll Room
LondonFor the first time on
any ship, a Scroll Room is being
provided for Jewish religious serv-
ices on the Queen Mary, Britain's
rival to the N'ormandie, it was an-
nounced here.
Two kosher kitchens and a kosh-
er pantry are being installed, and
two Jewish cooks and a supervisor
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
.Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion is sponsoring one of its regu-
lar card parties next Sunday eve-
ning, June 23rd, at the home of f11,^ onft*d l" lo"k **
Mrs. Ilvman Traeger, 1001 s. w, Jl:wwh ,n,enus- The Qucen Ma,y
will make its first sailing to New
York in L936.
lAnii-i
be awarded for high scores and re-
freshments will be served. The
public i nvited to attend. I'r >-
reds are being used fur the Tal-
mud Torah of the organization
Wins Yale History Prize With
F.ssay on Zionism
Parties." certificates are redeemed and the teBCh|ng in this central institution? f
The foremost Zionists of the rolls. This was the provision of mean the engaging of teachers and wr wj
pountry. It is expected, too, that the law before passage
I tive Zionist workers who Futch bill.
tor one reason or another been "Furthermore, the bill wa
f the
the consequent financial expense
that it will entail?
We submit that this community
New Haven. Conn.Something
of a precedent was established at
Yale University when the coveted
Andrew D. White history prize for
freshmen was awarded to Herbert
W, Salzman, Jewish student from
New fork, for his essay entit.ed
not We submit that this community H. J. Whitrinan, 9-year-old son "Zionism."
"active in the past will return to railroaded through the legislature, js a|.,.;l(|v overburdened throughout f Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Whiteman ---------------------------
f'1- active fold. The striking but for more than a year has been |)i( ,.,(,.,. v,.art jih not only their ,,f Savannah, Ga., grandson of Mrs. Pratto Rejects Offer to Be Chief
powfh of Palestine, the stream of discussed by members of the Press onn problems, but with problems Frances Berner, long time res:- Rabbi of Rome
'"'..... Ji Ws who are now immi- Associations' committee with pub- fnm ()|ner 1)arls f the country dent of this city, was declared the ----------
(rating into Eretl Israel yearly (lie spirited public officials, several Methods to permit the use of state champion of Georgia in the CairoHeeding the pleas of the
-have combined to lift Palestine of whom participated in the draw- m|r funas ( advance the interests violin contest conducted for gram- Egyptian press which called on him
}'' :' place of foremost importance ing of the bill, and the bill was in- )|f j,.wry should he commended mar school pupils conducted by the to remain in Egypt, Dr. David
fa the tiioughts of all. In addi- troduced May 22nd, more than ten ,.|forIs t entangle our Jewry in Atlanta Georgian at Atlanta last Pratto. chief rabbi of Alexandria,
I'"11 to the distinguished veteran days before the session closed." further financial problems should week. The final contest was held has refused to accept the appoint-
many great sympathetic____---------------------
such as that of Professor
f n, Will be heard from at the
fanvenl
*he preliminaries of the conven-
'"n will be opened Saturday eve-
fa11-'. June 29th, with the meet-
Luncheon to
Benefit Council< ~Z
be condemned. at the Ansley Hotel Roof Garden, ment as chief rabbi of Rome, a
It is extremely easy to talk of Young Whiteman is only '.> years place which has been vacant since
the wonderful things that may be old and is in the fourth grade. He the death of the late Dr. Angel.i
ral community, has been a pupil of Rudolph .la- Sacerdoti.
carried away cohson of Savannah. As a result of
by the enthusiasm of the dreamer his winning the contest Whiteman Synagogue Robbed Fourth Time in
can well visualize the many was awarded a one-year scholar-
Four Years
, ... ... ['""' "......"""."Ii l>v a central Talmud Torah C. and other northern cities.
Ptne rank and file Zionists. for the work of the council in i^ J^JJJJ ,.vervthinK can be More than three hundred schoolsIver ornaments from the Torah
opening session of the con- general welfare work for UH yo uractically "not every- throughout the entire state entered Scrolls and-the contents of a safe.
>on proper Will be held Sunday f the county. Judge W. It. MW- ^ ^ contestants. The selections played This was the fourth time in four
June 30th, with the read- ham of the Dade Cour, ^ ^ ^ eonMn and ac, js |iy vuUn(, whiteman were "Mighty years that the Temple has been
NOW, before these projects be- Lak' a Rose," by N'evin, and "Trau- robbed. The loss is estimated at
Pk Of greetings and messages. Court is chairman of the luncheon.
ls Will he followed by the read- All arc urged to attend and help
(Continued on Page 6) in this splendid work.
come realities, not after.
merei," by Schumann.
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Greetings were extended from
Senior Hadassah, the parent organ-
V. S> HEINBA1 M
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the work of the Jun-
I Jewish Women. Mr.
of the Umver- ization, by its president, Mrs. J0.
and is at pies- seph Williamson; from Junjor
. I with the Butler Couneji by Mrs. J. Wernikoff; from
will be an ^ Jcwjsh Welfare Bun. ,, ^
;A -'', Sadye G. Rote; from Chesed Chd
M Nat Blumberg and daugh- Emmeth by Mis,.Terry Stein, d
Sunday to visit by Mrs. Leo Chaikta and Mrs. s.
rings, Ark. Rotfort, former presidents f Jm.
. ,t a month, tor Hadassah. Repr, :,ta.,,-
, from the Birmingham, Ala., and
r Y. M- H. A. is gpon- Atlanta. Ga.. chapters extended fe-
.nee at the "citations. ^ ^ ^
the Y. at S. W. 10th ...,,
It next Sunday eve- Charles Adelman. son of Mr. and
Jinning at 8 Mrs. Nathan Adelman left by bus
re invited to Tuesday to join his mother and sis-
ter in Hagerstown, Md where they
. are visiting relatives and friends.
left Tuesday to They will return some time next
friends in De- month.
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Ask for NEW YORK BREAD
At All Good Stores
HA&tfR .*'-" Avf Phoneimi
Sun.-Mon.-Tues.. June 23-24-25
Alice FayeI.yda Roberti
James DunnCliff Edwaidl
Ned SparksGeorge While
GEORGE WHITE'S
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Ceremonial Accessories for Home and S>na?ogueJewish Section. Fourth Floor
week
Hotel
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Evelyn VenableBill Robinson
THE LITTLE COLONEL
Ask for NEW YORK BREAD
At All Good Stores
For a Delightful Vacation
Stop at the
FIFTH AVE. HOTEL
709 5th Ave. West
HENDERSONVILLE, N. C.
Phone 829J
STRICTLY KOSHER
Low Rates
Operated by
I. MARK OW11V
and
JACK WITHER
COMBS
TAI.I""
lga s. W. EIGHTH ST
The Beet in Groceries. MeaU. Fruits and VefeUbles


Ptge Three
THE JEWISH FLOBIDUN
Friday, June 21, H>35
&JewishFlcridiom ~mi^m^*
ftOMM onxt .iwisH wuuLt
of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and
-Mrs. .Maurice Peltz of Windsor
Hills.
News Tower Bldg.
HI g \v. Utti Avenue
PUBLISHED EVERY I KID AY
by Hi,-
JEWISH ll.OIUDIAN PUBLISHING CO
P. O. Box I97S
Miami, Fla.
EDIIOUIAI. OFFICES:
Ph..n- 2-11R3
.1. LOUIS SHOCHKT, Kditor
KKEI) K. SHOCHKT. Circulatiun Maiiasrr
CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN
Field Representative
, | .,, iccond elM matter .luly 4. 1:1:10. t th,- Pott Offi.-e :.t MUml, Florida,
uniliT the Act of March 3. lKT'.l.
ST. PETERSBURG
RABBI A. S. KLEINFELD
Representative
ORLANDO
IRENE BRAVERMAN
Representative
WEST FLORIDA BUSINESS AGENT
S. G. AROSON
4201) Central Ave., Tampa, Fla.
Miss Tillie Saltzman of this city
became the bride of Edward Je-
rome Kunsberg of Atlanta at an
Phone 2-5304 elaborate ceremony there recently.
Among those attending from this
city were Miss Lottie Saltzman,
sister of the bride, and Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Shevitz, sister and
brother-in-law of the bride.
The annual picnic of the Hebrew
Sunday school of the Center was
sponsored by the Daughters of Is-
rael Wednesday at Rubin's Camp.
Contests and games were ar-
ranged. Refreshments were served.
In charge were Miss Ethel Joel,
chairman; Mrs. J. Hackel, Mrs. L.
D. Joel, Mrs. M. Wexlcr, Mrs. M.
I). Margolis, Mrs. M. Hammerman
and Mrs. A. Zoslow.
Miss Lena Shemer entertained in
her home in Springfield with a sur-
prise party in honor of Miss Syl-
via PeltS, who left yesterday for
an extended trip in Washington,
Baltimore, Atlantic City and Phil-
adelphia. Bunco was enjoyed in
the early part of the evening and
prizes were awarded for high and
low score.
among the members.
"Naturally, we are going to con-
tinue the physical and social
phases of the work, but we intend
to provide a well balanced program
that also will make for cultural
development."
Miss Ruth Brash has left for
Asheville, N. ('., where she will
take a course at the Asheville Nor-
mal and Teachers' College.
TAMPA
MRS. M. II. KISLER
Representative
SUBSCRIPTION
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One V r
11.00
$2.00
FRIDAY, JUNE 21, I93S
Vol. 8No. 2.-,
Miss Emily Bloom, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bloom, lie-
came the bride of Lonnie Wurm,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Wurm,
al a ceremony at which Rabbis M.
D. Margois and I. L. Kaplan offi-
:iated. A reception at the home
i>f the bride's parents followed. Mr.
Wurm recently graduated from the
University of Florida, in law.
The executive board of the La-
dies' Hebrew Sheltering Aid So-
ciety and Home for the Aged met
at the home of Mrs. Simon l.asarow
in Riverside. Mrs. Fred Soforenko
presided.
Mrs. Henry Rosenvaig, secretary,
read the opening prayer. Plans
were discussed for a fish fry at
Jacksonville Beach.
An ice course was served by the
hostess, assisted by her daughter,
Miss Ix'e l.asarow.
Mrs. Amelia Cohen, who was the
guest of her sisters, Mrs. I. Lieb-
man and Mrs. O. Steinberg, has
returned to her home in New York
City.
M:ss Gertrude Wilensky and her
mother. Mrs. Wilensky of Jackson-
ville, are visiting Mrs Wilensky's
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Tarlan of Tampa.
Leadership Is Challenged
The right of leaders of the .Joint Distribution Committee
,n confer with several other leaders from abroad and to make
decisions affecting the whole Jewish world, without consult-
ing other interested organizations and parties is challenged
by the American Jewish Congress.
In an editorial which appears in its current issue of the
weekly organ, the Congress Bulletin, the American Jewish
Congress refers to the scheduled conference arranged by the
Jo'nl Distribution Committee with IVAvigdor (Joldsmid of
the Hoard of Deputies of British Jews and M. Louis Oungre
of the Jewish Colonization Association as representing "an
intolerable state of affairs" and a "farcical management of
public funds," which is a "ludicrous approximation to re-
sponsible' administration."
The editorial declares:
"An internal conclave of high Jewish -authorities." simi-
lar to the New York meetings that preceded the Jewish
Agency Conference in January, is about to be held this corn-
week. The press records the presence in our midst 01
smond D'Avigdor Goldsmid. dominant personality in the
Ion Hoard of Jewish Deputies, of M. Oungre of the Jewish
Colonization Association, and of several leading foreign offi-
cials of the Joint Distribution Committee. Decisions are to
be arrived at that affect the future of thousands of perse-
cuted Jews, and interest, fundamentally, the whole Jewish
world. The agenda indicates problems of Jewish immigra-
tion, problems of fund-raising, etc.
"One wonders whether, in all these discussions, the sug-
gestion is ever made that there are parties in interest wno
are entitled to a voice in the proceedings. Shall a migra-
tion of Jews to Brazil or Panama be undertaken. HOW ar
the funds at the disposal of the high commissioner, James
Donald, to be used? Why is it that Palestine is shunted
ff the agenda as if this matter has been relegated to the
jurisdiction of the Zionist Organization? How is it pMj
ror persons who are co-operating with the Zionists in the
ling of the Jewish National Home, and who now_ regard
^tine as a haven of refuge for the persecutedjmMMm*-
less, to consider independently, in their own fMfidMitial
circles, matters that equally concern their partner* inas-
much as both, presumably, are serving the same cause.
"These questions have been uttered before and will
probably remain unanswered, as have previous inquiries ht
loin. Distribution Committee will continue to dispose Ol"WJ
-xlief funds placed at its disposal by all element* andparties
in American Jewish life, without reference to thejJousanOs
ho have contributed to the funds; and decs "s dl i
made by a small group lacking even the elementary forms
a public organization, who will sit hcOimcyMdiBallproD
ability have their decisions on vital issues ^* c^Vwn
"hole Jewish people influenced and dominated by their own
officials. This is an intolerable state of affairs but the
lewish press is silent. Jewish organizations are s.ent ana
-mly the voice of the American Jewish gJKJiKS
now and then, protesting against this *^~S$
-f public funds, this ludicrous approximation to responsible
tdministration."
Mothers of confirmanta of the
Jewish <'enter entertained at their
annual card party Wednesday,
wh( ti prizes were awarded for high
con al each table. Refreshments
were served.
M ss Clara Kramer was ho b
at a bridge party iii honor of Mir-
iam Silver, bride-elect. Prizes were
awarded to the holders of high and
low scores. Mrs. A. D. Kramer
assisted her daughter in serving.
First of B series of parties be-
ing planned for Miss Bather Hol-
lins, whose engagement to Meyer
Chepenik was announced Sunday,
was a bridge luncheon given in the
' ii ei nil- Hotel at Jacksonville
Bea h by Mrs. \V. Chepenik.
A course luncheon was served in
a private dining room, which was
decorated in Bummer flowers.
Tampa Notes
At the last meeting of the Rob-
ert K. Lee Parent-Teacher Associa-
tion Mrs. Jacob Winner was pre-
sented with the Past President's
pin, after serving two years as its
president. She also was presented
With a huge arm bouquet of flow-
ers by the principal of the school,
in appreciation of her services.
Rabbi Adolph Burger was guest
speaker and nave the inspirational
blessing, and Mrs. Pen Hill, presi-
dent of the Hillsboro County Coun-
cil, P.-T. A., installed the new of-
ficer-. Mrs. Wittner was installed
as historian of the Robert E. Lee
P.-T. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Soforenko en-
tertained their nephew and niece,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack August, and
son, Arthur, and their nephew, Max
Raymond Silver, all of Miami, dur-
ing the past week.
Mrs. A. Cooper entertained last
week in honor of Mrs. Lonnie
Wurm, the former Emily Bloom,
who c marriage took place last
Sunday evening. The guest of hon-
or was presented with a beautiful
Supper was enjoyed and then
a motor ride followed.
( .using exercises for the Sun-
the Jacksonville Jew-
i enter were held last week
Rabbi Margolis conducting
1 ia\ id Moscowitz,
... religious commit-
tee, presented prize- to the chil-
of the Sunday school and Mr.
M. Scheinbaum to the Hebrew
i pupils. Gifts wen- present-
ed to the faculty of the Sunday
s. hool.
Miss Esther Hollins was guest
of honor at a bridge tea given by
i; her Streng and Mrs. Myer
W< k. A feature of
the afternoon was a mock wedding,
which was held before an impro-
altar in front of the tire-
Charlotte and Hilly Lass-
; ... niece and nephew of the hon-
or guest, acted as the bride and
br degroom and Julius Si,Kit, the
officiating clergy. Kim ir Setzer
played the wedding processional
and recessional. Little Charlotte
and Hilly wore the gown, veil and
dress suit worn by Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel at their wedding last sum-
mer.
Miss Tillye Simovitz, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. S. Simovitz, s^:.
Smith Delaware ave., and Mr. Lar-
ry Waltzer of Tampa were mar-
ried June 'Jth at Temple Rodoph
Sholom by Rabbi Adolph Burger.
A program "f pre-nuptial music
was given by Mr. Meyer Stoun,
violinist, accompanied by Pr. Fred
Perlman, pianist. Included on the
.in was "ii Promise Me," "All
for You," Bung 1>V Miss Ruth Sals-
bury, and "I Love You Truly,"
sung by Mr. Sam Ycrkauf. "Trau-
merei" was played during the cer-
emony and the Lohengrin "Bridal
Chorus" and Mendelssohn's "Wed-
ding March" also were played.
The matron of honor was the
groom's si.-:cr. Mrs. Sol Sokoloff
of New York City.
The maid of honor. Miss Mildred
Simovitz, and the Misses Lucille
Rosenberg, Mildred Leibovitz and
Miss Pauline Leibovitz, all cousins
of the bride, wen- bridesmaids.
Little Barbara Einbinder was flow-
er girl.
Mr. Waltzer was attended by Mr.
I.uu Simovitz a- I,,-; man, and
groomsmen wen- Mr. Fred Puller,
Mr. Sol Fleischman, Ushers were
Willie Simovitz, Manuel Weiss, Lou
Buchman and Herman Waltzer, jr.
A formal reception was given by
the bride's parents at the Hillsboro
Hotel immediately after the cere-
mony. A musical program was
presented from '.< until 12 o'clock
ami members of the wedding party
assisted in 'he hospitalities.
(In their return from a wedding
trip to Bermuda and Cuba the coll-
ide will reside at the DeSoto apart-
ments.
V -'liar Friday night services
al I: idoph Sholom Temple the fol-
lowing girls will be confirmed:
Margie Segal, Mildred Stoun, Bede
Steinberg and Roberta Marks.
St. Petersburg
The Friday night service.- at
B'nai Israel are continued through-
out the summer, with Rabbi Klein-
feld in charge. The work in the
new temple is progressing nicely
and much work will lie a c Ml-
plished before the high holidays.
The members of the Judaic
Council have decided to take up
the choir work and began train-
ing for the holidays under the di-
rection of the rabbi.
Frank K. Kleinl'eld, son of Rabbi
A. s. Kleinl'eld, just returned from
New York City, where he received
the degree ,,f (liu luatc in Pharma-
cy with the highest honors, inelud-
cash prize of si no for pro-
ficiency in the compounding of pre-
scriptions.
Miss Jennie Sierkese has given
a picnic for her many friends. The
honored guests were Mrs. lilum-
berg and daughter of Passaic, N".
J., and Frank G. Kleinfeld.
Mr. Jacob -Miller of the Bradley
Department store left on a visit
for Norfolk, Va., where he will
join his wile and visit a number
of relatives residing there.
Mrs. Ella Weinstein and daugh-
ter left for Trenton. \. J.. to visit
her mother, Mrs. Firestein.
Miss Sylvia Peltz, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Peltz, left for
Baltimore, from which city she will
motor to Atlantic City to attend
the Peltz-Diamond wedding, which
will be a brilliant event in the
Royal Palms Hotel. While in Bal-
timore Mi-.- Pelt! will be the guest
Mr. Abraham A. Finkelstein has
been appointed executive director
of the Y. M. II. A. and will begin
his duties at once. Mr. Finkelstein
held the same position here ten
years ago, leaving Tampa in March,
1925, to go to New Brunswick, X.
J. He was associated in similar
work there and in the Brooklyn He-
brew Orphans' Asylum.
"I'm glad to get back to Tampa,"
Mr. Finkelstein stated. "We are
going to try to build up the cul-
tural side of the Y. M. H. A., spon-
soring concerts and plays and con-
ducting literary and art contests
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Perlstein an-
nounce the birth of a son. Both
mother anil child are doing well.
Miss Cilia Rubin, an active mem-
ber of the Judaic Council, left for
Asbury Park, N. J., for the sum-
mer.
Mr. E, Gelman and family will
spend the summer at Asbury Park.
Mr. M. Schwartz, a prominent
merchant of this city, left for New
York on a buying trip.


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SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD. MIAMI. FLORIDA
SERMON DRLIVRRRD ON SUNDAY. JUNE IS. IMS
"Every Man's Father"
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Because that best friend is y0Ur
mother.
' She comforts you when you are
blue,
When you are sick she tends to
you;
Like your mother there are few
She thinks the best of things for
you.
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418 N. W. 5th St.,
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and RELATIVES in tK
(RUSSIA)
Torgtin Stcrt$ ore located in t\t largir
I Of tht U.S.S.R. and carry diffrrtni
.'tie Old imported arlicltl of high
otMltfy; CLOTHIXG, ihoi$, rubbirt,
t-.i-.s: FLOUR, $Ugar, coffto, and othtr
FOOD STUFFS; houtthold goodt, tobacco,
etc.
PRICES COMPARE FAVOR-
ABLY WITH THOSE IN
AMERICA
To places ubere there are no
Torgsin stores the merchandise
is mailed by the TORGSIN
PARCEL DEPARTMENT
For Torgsin orders see your local
bank or authorised agent


Friday- June 21, 1986
jOCICTY-
i. regular sewing circle of the
| She! Fmcs Sisterhood will
,,.,., next Monday, June 24th, at
2 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Man-
el Rippa, 1120 S. W. 19th ave.
^11 members and friends are urged
to attend and become acquainted
with the work of the organization.
The regular meeting of the organ-
ization will l>e held the first Mon-
day if .luly at Beth David Talmud
1 Hall, when plans for the
fa| opening of a rummaKe store,
will be discussed and acted on. Mrs.
M. Kippa and Mrs. Sol. Schwarts
.,,, n charge of this work.
Sol. Optner of Chicago ar-
here this week to make his
inent home in Miami, where
he will l><- state representative for
Florida for Albert Pick & Co.

David Sisterhood held an
interesting meeting last Wednes-
day afternoon when plans for ;i
of summer events were
d. Thi' first will be a pic-
nic :it Hardie's Casino, Miami
Beach, on Sunday, July 21st. The
i vents will be a luncheon,
card party and a dance, dates of
which will l>e announced shortly.
}]i- .1. Engler is chairman of the
picnic committee.
* *
At the meeting of the Ladies'
Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare
Bureau, held last Monday after-
noon, Mrs. II. I. Homa, president
organization, announced the
appointment of the following com-
mittei Membership, Mesdames
li. I,. Keisner, Morris Plant and
Mark Max; annual bridge party,
Mi II. E, Kleinman; gym circles,
Mrs. Ilyman N. Levy; hospitality,
Mrs. Morris Dubler; social recrea-
. Mis. lsidor Cohen; penny and
personal boxes, Mrs. Harry Kauf-
man; rummage store, Mesdames
Jill i- Simpson and L. J. Hartz;
program, Mrs. Frank Coret; pub-
licity. Mrs. Mark Max; Miami
R h director, Mrs. Benjamin Lon-
don.
Regular meetings of the organi-
zation have been suspended, to be
imed in the fall, though execu-i
live hoard meetings will be held
each month.
* *
ami Mrs. Saul Grief enter-
tained at dinner Sunday night in
nf Mr. and Mrs. A. Louis
McchlowitZ, whose marriage was
a i' nt event in Atlanta, and Dr.
Mechlowits, who was grad.
uated last week from Southern
D College, Atlanta. Their
guests were Miss llanna
Mr. and Mrs. II. Gottesman
and Miss Harriet (iottcsman.
dinner guests to spend
line- were Mrs. .1. Engler,
M Ida and Miss Molly Engler,
Mr. and Mrs. M. Kappaport and
M Goldie and Miss Charlotte
iport.
* *
Tillie Predinger, whose
ige to Mr. Paul Lubin will
lemnized on July 7th, was
fill nf honor at two functions
day. The first was a shower
and 1,ridge party at 1 p. m. in the
Everglades Hotel, with Mrs. Mar-
1 r'eldman and Mrs. Jack Kippa
a- the hostesses. Quite a number
"'' friends attended. The second
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Five
The last triumphant word in
s c r e e n entertainment, George
White's 1936 Scandals, a splendid
sunburst of comedy and music,
comes to the Tivoli Theatre, start-
ing Sunday.
The story, strong enough to
stand alone, concerns a producer
who stumbles on home-grown tal-
ent in a tank town, whisks them
An absorbing story, and the
nee of the one and only Shir-
'<;> Temple, make -The' Little
Colonel," which opens Sunday at
the Seventh Avenue Theatre, an
extrardinary Bcreen event.
She is co-starred with Lionel
Barrymore in his heart-stirring su-
perb story of a hitter Kentucky
family feud during the days fol-
off to Broadway and Hollywood
stardom, and when the bright lights
get to,, strong for simple ro-
mance, whisks back horn.' a pair
of lovers.
Among the stars featured in the
1935 Scandals are Alice Kayo,
James Dunn, Ned Sparks, Lyda
Roberti, Cliff Edwards, Arline
Judge, Eleanor Powell, Emma
Dunn. Benny Rubin and George
White.
wa a shower and bridge party at
x p. m. at the Everglades Hotel,
with Miss Lee Kasanoff and Mrs.
Sylvia Steinberg as the hostesses.
More than eieghty guests attended.
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Messrs. Harry Fox and Harry
Kane of Long Island, \. V., are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. William Rob-
inson of this city and will remain
here for about two weeks.
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Mr. Sam .1. Ileiman of Mann
was elected secretary-treasurer of
the State Cleaners' and Dyers'
Control Hoard at its organization
meeting last Wednesday at Talla- j
baasee. The hoard will have au-
thority to supervise and regulate
the entire industry in all towns
with a population exceeding twen-
ty thousand.
lowing the Civil War. when preju-
dices still rankled, and a woman
who dared give her heart to a
hated Yankee was ostracised |,y
friends and relations.
The supporting cast, composed
of Evelyn Venable, John Lodge,
Sidney Hlackmor. Alden Chase,
William Burress, Frank liaricn,
Hattie McDaniel.
Torgsin Stores
Expand Service
MOSCOW Recent reports from
the Soviet Union show that the
stores operated by Torgsin (the
State Corporation for Trade with
Foreigners) did a record business
last year. In promptness and ef-
ficiency the Torgsin stores gen-
erally set an example to the va-
rious domestic organizations of
distribution in the Soviet Union.
I Thousands of Americans of Rus-
sian extraction are using the Torg-
Sin stores to send gifts to relatives
or dependents in the Soviet Union.
The services of Torgsin, under
constant expansion, have become
many anil varied. Special stores
are maintained by Torgsin for cus-
tomers who wish to have their furs,
clothing, shoes, etc., made to or-
der Torgsin will arrange for a
vacation (including transportation)
to any designated summer resort,
i It procures tickets for motion pic-
ture houses, theatre or opera. It
sells all sorts of fruits in and out
of season. It sells livestock, such
a- cow-, horses, fowl, etc. It per-
forms a great variety of services
for both urban ami rural residents.
In small places where there is no
Torgsin store. special Torgsin
, agents promptly make arrange-
ment for deliveries of any merchan-
dise or services desired.
The constant improvement of
Torgsin services is a refutation of
'the stories occasionally spread in
the United States that Torgsin is
curtailing its activities or that re-
cipients of TorgMn order- from for-
eign countries become objects of
suspicion in their communities.
These rumors are entirely baseless.
Not only is it perfectly legal for
people in the Soviet Union to re-
ceive gifts from relatives residing
abroad, but the Soviet government
specifically hacks the Torgsin or-
ganization and facilitates its work
in conducting this business as an
authorized agency to accommodate
holders of foreign currency or re-
cipients of Torgsin orders.
Ask for New York Kreud
At All Good Stores
'Bring Your Films to Us for
Printing and Developing
Have Your Fish Catch
Photographed
WE SPECIALIZE IN
MARINE PHOTOGRAPHY
Vienna Vienna Jewry is trying
to raise a fund to help Mrs. Julie
Wassermann, widow of the late
Jacob Wassermann, world famous
Jewish author, who was dispos-
: fri iii er home lure because
she couldn't pay the rent. All of
her belongings, including the li-
brary of her famous husband, were
thrown inl i the street.
< KUTAIN-TKEO PAINTS an4
VARNISHES
FOR ENDURINd QUALITY
Beach Paint Store, Inc.
Ii trlbutora
SIDNEY J. DALE
821 Fifth St. Miami lli-nch
I'hunr :.zr.-c
Beers Photo Co.
212 N. E. Fourth St.
PHuNES:
2-9311 2-9H29 2-4034
Ask for New York Bread
Al All Good Stores
AMBULANCE SERVICE
AHERN FUNERAL HOME
FRANCIS AHERN, Prea.
1349 West I'lagler Street
Telephone 2-2211
GLASS-.
MIRRORS-
PAINTS!
BINSW ANGER & CO.
1206-16 N. E. 2nd Ave.
HOWARD ROSENDORF, Mgr.
White Oak Leather
HALF SOLES ..........50c
LADIES' HEELS......15c
Atlantic Shoe Shop
240 N. E. First Avenue
Opp. Cortez Hotel
ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
May Be Financed Under
National Housing
Act if "Built In"
Electric Ranges Water Heaters .
Refrigerators Ventilating and Air Con-
ditioning Equipmeni may be financed under
the National Housing Act when perma
nently wired or buill into your building.
SHE YOUR DEALER OR ELECTRIC COMPANY
NOTICE
To All Who Sell Anything at
RETAIL
Senate Hill No. 721. passed by the 1935
session of the State Legislature requires that
every person who sells anything at retail
shall apply to the State Comptroller and ob-
tain a permit before July 1, 1935, and fur-
ther provides that any person doing busi-
ness after July 1 without obtaining such
permit shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.
For your convenience I am sending a sup-
ply of application blanks to your newspaper,
(he local hanks and the Tax Collector, where
they will be available.
The law requires a permit fee of 50 cents
to accompany each application.
I will deeply appreciate the cooperation of
every retailer in putting into effect the pro-
visions of this Act.
J. M. LEE, Comptroller,
Tallahassee. Florida.
THOMSON & McKINNON
Members New York Stock Exchange
MIAMI OFFICE:
Sixth Floor First National Bank Iluilding
Telephone 2-7601
GIVE-UP BUSINESS FOR CLIENTS OF EXCHANGE
MEMBERS SOLICITED
OUR LARGE VOLUME OF
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, June 21,1935
Orlando Notes
- Ethyl Sigal. daughter of
Mr. .m.I Mrs. B<: Sigal I
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Priie "inner- in the Manischev u/ Essay Conteal have been
announced as follows: First priie. which i- .1 round trip to Palestine
with all expense* paid, goes to M -- R.....ih B. Hoffman. Newark.
X. J.. and I,. Mr. I.e." T..hin. N..irk. V .1. Second prize, also a
fret -np tti Palestine in the tourisi class, is awarded >" Miss Anna
Pearlman. East Pittsburgh. Pa. Third prize, one hundred dollar-.
m II. .1. 1.ran:. Brooklyn, and to A. Polansky, Brooklyn.
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0f intere8t to Florida and par-
v Miami Jewry is the fol-
aragraph appearing in
.toy., Miami Daily News
column:
GERMANS Miami'- German
the last few years
tion, now finds
... ganiiations
and aims.
m society, open
men, has taken
pro-Hitler tinge,
a m of many
Orleans -
a address some
. however,
I ed ,"'1'-
Which, with an
membership,
m political
I lives for informal
- ovei weiner-
/ 1 ith < onl
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mmitl
- ilutions.
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essi n
. July 2,
schnitzel, beer and coffee.
The regular meeting of Kmunah
Chapter, O. E. S., will be held next
Thursday evening, June L'Tth, at
the Scottish Rite Temple. A pro.
gram will be presented .luring the
evening with children of the mem.
hers participating. Plans for the
first annual picnic of thi Loyalty
Club, auxiliary of Emunah Chan.
ter, have been announc id. The pic
nic will be held at Hard
Miami Beach, on July 4th, and
lunches will be served the entire
day. The public is invited to at-
tend.
RADIO
SYNAGOG
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, fuunder
and director of the Kadi > Synagog
will preach over station WIOD at
nine o'clock on Sunday :: ning on
"Jewish Culture." The sermon will
deal with the Jewish
greatness and success. Pri
Music, Bcripture readii and a
ion box will com] he pro.
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. to repair that roof. The weather man predicts
continued downpour- with an unusually rainy season.
A weak or leak> roof will rau-e much discomfort if
-uch a season i- forthcoming. If you don't ha%e the
monej see u> anyway. We will finance >,-u through
the Birratt* '<"c Payment Plan.
Moore Roofing k Sheet Metal Works
Phone 2-3566
lllii N. Miami \\e.
BUILDING LOANS
They're right and too.
these three features are EX-
CLUSIVE with Electrolux. No
other refrigerator can offer as
much. Compare the 1935 air-
cooled Electrolux with any re-
frigerator and you'll find every
feature you desirebeauty,
convenience, economy and safe
preservation of foods, it is
more economical to operate
than any other refrigerator
LESS than 8c a day, using gafi.
.lust ash your friends who
own an Electrolux and you'll
understand why it is taking the
refrigerator market by storm.
It's reasonably pricedfrom
$123 upward. Easy terms for
1 nominal charge. See it at
once at
rw fl*"r
B u i 1 ding alteration-
and repairs im-
provement* and built-
in equipment.
and
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New building and new
home loans 100%
up to $5,000 5 to
20 yean.
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Phone 2-4.i33
Open Til 9:00 p. M.
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Ptge Three THE JEWISH FLOBIDUN Friday, June 21, H>35 &JewishFlcridiom ~MI^M^* ftOMM ONXT .iwisH WUULT of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and -Mrs. .Maurice Peltz of Windsor Hills. News Tower Bldg. HI g \v. Utti Avenue PUBLISHED EVERY I KID AY by Hi,JEWISH ll.OIUDIAN PUBLISHING CO P. O. Box I97S Miami, Fla. EDIIOUIAI. OFFICES: Ph..n2-11R3 .1. LOUIS SHOCHKT, Kditor KKEI) K. SHOCHKT. Circulatiun Maiiasrr CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN Field Representative | .,, iccond elM matter .luly 4. 1:1:10. „t th,Pott Offi.-e :.t MUml, Florida, uniliT the Act of March 3. lKT'.l. ST. PETERSBURG RABBI A. S. KLEINFELD Representative ORLANDO IRENE BRAVERMAN Representative WEST FLORIDA BUSINESS AGENT S. G. AROSON 4201) Central Ave., Tampa, Fla. Miss Tillie Saltzman of this city became the bride of Edward Jerome Kunsberg of Atlanta at an Phone 2-5304 elaborate ceremony there recently. Among those attending from this city were Miss Lottie Saltzman, sister of the bride, and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Shevitz, sister and brother-in-law of the bride. The annual picnic of the Hebrew Sunday school of the Center was sponsored by the Daughters of Israel Wednesday at Rubin's Camp. Contests and games were arranged. Refreshments were served. In charge were Miss Ethel Joel, chairman; Mrs. J. Hackel, Mrs. L. D. Joel, Mrs. M. Wexlcr, Mrs. M. I). Margolis, Mrs. M. Hammerman and Mrs. A. Zoslow. Miss Lena Shemer entertained in her home in Springfield with a surprise party in honor of Miss Sylvia PeltS, who left yesterday for an extended trip in Washington, Baltimore, Atlantic City and Philadelphia. Bunco was enjoyed in the early part of the evening and prizes were awarded for high and low score. among the members. "Naturally, we are going to continue the physical and social phases of the work, but we intend to provide a well balanced program that also will make for cultural development." Miss Ruth Brash has left for Asheville, N. ('., where she will take a course at the Asheville Normal and Teachers' College. TAMPA MRS. M. II. KISLER Representative SUBSCRIPTION %  intha One V r 11.00 $2.00 FRIDAY, JUNE 21, I93S Vol. 8—No. 2.-, Miss Emily Bloom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bloom, liecame the bride of Lonnie Wurm, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Wurm, al a ceremony at which Rabbis M. D. Margois and I. L. Kaplan offi:iated. A reception at the home i>f the bride's parents followed. Mr. Wurm recently graduated from the University of Florida, in law. The executive board of the Ladies' Hebrew Sheltering Aid Society and Home for the Aged met at the home of Mrs. Simon l.asarow in Riverside. Mrs. Fred Soforenko presided. Mrs. Henry Rosenvaig, secretary, read the opening prayer. Plans were discussed for a fish fry at Jacksonville Beach. An ice course was served by the hostess, assisted by her daughter, Miss Ix'e l.asarow. Mrs. Amelia Cohen, who was the guest of her sisters, Mrs. I. Liebman and Mrs. O. Steinberg, has returned to her home in New York City. M:ss Gertrude Wilensky and her mother. Mrs. Wilensky of Jacksonville, are visiting Mrs Wilensky's daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Tarlan of Tampa. Leadership Is Challenged The right of leaders of the .Joint Distribution Committee ,n confer with several other leaders from abroad and to make decisions affecting the whole Jewish world, without consulting other interested organizations and parties is challenged by the American Jewish Congress. In an editorial which appears in its current issue of the weekly organ, the Congress Bulletin, the American Jewish Congress refers to the scheduled conference arranged by the Jo'nl Distribution Committee with IVAvigdor (Joldsmid of the Hoard of Deputies of British Jews and M. Louis Oungre of the Jewish Colonization Association as representing "an intolerable state of affairs" and a "farcical management of public funds," which is a "ludicrous approximation to responsible' administration." The editorial declares: "An internal conclave of high Jewish -authorities." similar to the New York meetings that preceded the Jewish Agency Conference in January, is about to be held this cornweek. The press records the presence in our midst 01 •smond D'Avigdor Goldsmid. dominant personality in the Ion Hoard of Jewish Deputies, of M. Oungre of the Jewish Colonization Association, and of several leading foreign officials of the Joint Distribution Committee. Decisions are to be arrived at that affect the future of thousands of persecuted Jews, and interest, fundamentally, the whole Jewish world. The agenda indicates problems of Jewish immigration, problems of fund-raising, etc. "One wonders whether, in all these discussions, the suggestion is ever made that there are parties in interest wno are entitled to a voice in the proceedings. Shall a migration of Jews to Brazil or Panama be undertaken. HOW ar the funds at the disposal of the high commissioner, James Donald, to be used? Why is it that Palestine is shunted ff the agenda as if this matter has been relegated to the jurisdiction of the Zionist Organization? How is it pMj ror persons who are co-operating with the Zionists in the ling of the Jewish National Home, and who now_ regard ^tine as a haven of refuge for the persecutedjmMMm*less, to consider independently, in their own fMfidMitial circles, matters that equally concern their partner* inasmuch as both, presumably, are serving the same cause. "These questions have been uttered before and will probably remain unanswered, as have previous inquiries ht loin. Distribution Committee will continue to dispose Ol"WJ -xlief funds placed at its disposal by all element* andparties in American Jewish life, without reference to thejJousanOs ho have contributed to the funds; and decs "s dl i made by a small group lacking even the elementary forms a public organization, who will sit hcOimcyMdiBallproD ability have their decisions on vital issues ^* c ^Vwn "hole Jewish people influenced and dominated by their own officials. This is an intolerable state of affairs but the lewish press is silent. Jewish organizations are s.ent ana -mly the voice of the American Jewish gJKJiKS now and then, protesting against this *^~££S$ -f public funds, this ludicrous approximation to responsible tdministration." Mothers of confirmanta of the Jewish <'enter entertained at their annual card party Wednesday, wh( ti prizes were awarded for high con al each table. Refreshments were served. M ss Clara Kramer was ho b at a bridge party III honor of Miriam Silver, bride-elect. Prizes were awarded to the holders of high and low scores. Mrs. A. D. Kramer assisted her daughter in serving. First of B series of parties being planned for Miss Bather Hollins, whose engagement to Meyer Chepenik was announced Sunday, was a bridge luncheon given in the ii ei nilHotel at Jacksonville Bea h by Mrs. \V. Chepenik. A course luncheon was served in a private dining room, which was decorated in Bummer flowers. Tampa Notes At the last meeting of the Robert K. Lee Parent-Teacher Association Mrs. Jacob Winner was presented with the Past President's pin, after serving two years as its president. She also was presented With a huge arm bouquet of flowers by the principal of the school, in appreciation of her services. Rabbi Adolph Burger was guest speaker and nave the inspirational blessing, and Mrs. Pen Hill, president of the Hillsboro County Council, P.-T. A., installed the new officer-. Mrs. Wittner was installed as historian of the Robert E. Lee P.-T. A. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Soforenko entertained their nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Jack August, and son, Arthur, and their nephew, Max Raymond Silver, all of Miami, during the past week. Mrs. A. Cooper entertained last week in honor of Mrs. Lonnie Wurm, the former Emily Bloom, who c marriage took place last Sunday evening. The guest of honor was presented with a beautiful Supper was enjoyed and then a motor ride followed. ( .using exercises for the Sunthe Jacksonville Jewi enter were held last week Rabbi Margolis conducting 1 ia\ id Moscowitz, ... religious committee, presented prizeto the chilof the Sunday school and Mr. M. Scheinbaum to the Hebrew i pupils. Gifts wenpresented to the faculty of the Sunday s. hool. Miss Esther Hollins was guest of honor at a bridge tea given by i; her Streng and Mrs. Myer W< k. A feature of the afternoon was a mock wedding, which was held before an improaltar in front of the tireCharlotte and Hilly Lass; ... niece and nephew of the honor guest, acted as the bride and br degroom and Julius Si,Kit, the officiating clergy. Kim ir Setzer played the wedding processional and recessional. Little Charlotte and Hilly wore the gown, veil and dress suit worn by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel at their wedding last summer. Miss Tillye Simovitz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Simovitz, s^:. Smith Delaware ave., and Mr. Larry Waltzer of Tampa were married June 'Jth at Temple Rodoph Sholom by Rabbi Adolph Burger. A program "f pre-nuptial music was given by Mr. Meyer Stoun, violinist, accompanied by Pr. Fred Perlman, pianist. Included on the .in was "ii Promise Me," "All for You," Bung 1>V Miss Ruth Salsbury, and "I Love You Truly," sung by Mr. Sam Ycrkauf. "Traumerei" was played during the ceremony and the Lohengrin "Bridal Chorus" and Mendelssohn's "Wedding March" also were played. The matron of honor was the groom's si.-:cr. Mrs. Sol Sokoloff of New York City. The maid of honor. Miss Mildred Simovitz, and the Misses Lucille Rosenberg, Mildred Leibovitz and Miss Pauline Leibovitz, all cousins of the bride, wenbridesmaids. Little Barbara Einbinder was flower girl. Mr. Waltzer was attended by Mr. I.uu Simovitz aI,,-; man, and groomsmen wenMr. Fred Puller, Mr. Sol Fleischman, Ushers were Willie Simovitz, Manuel Weiss, Lou Buchman and Herman Waltzer, jr. A formal reception was given by the bride's parents at the Hillsboro Hotel immediately after the ceremony. A musical program was presented from '.< until 12 o'clock ami members of the wedding party assisted in 'he hospitalities. (In their return from a wedding trip to Bermuda and Cuba the collide will reside at the DeSoto apartments. V %  • 'liar Friday night services al I: idoph Sholom Temple the following girls will be confirmed: Margie Segal, Mildred Stoun, Bede Steinberg and Roberta Marks. St. Petersburg The Friday night service.at B'nai Israel are continued throughout the summer, with Rabbi Kleinfeld in charge. The work in the new temple is progressing nicely and much work will lie a c Mlplished before the high holidays. The members of the Judaic Council have decided to take up the choir work and began training for the holidays under the direction of the rabbi. Frank K. Kleinl'eld, son of Rabbi A. s. Kleinl'eld, just returned from New York City, where he received the degree ,,f (liu luatc in Pharmacy with the highest honors, ineludcash prize of si no for proficiency in the compounding of prescriptions. Miss Jennie Sierkese has given a picnic for her many friends. The honored guests were Mrs. lilumberg and daughter of Passaic, N". J., and Frank G. Kleinfeld. Mr. Jacob -Miller of the Bradley Department store left on a visit for Norfolk, Va., where he will join his wile and visit a number of relatives residing there. Mrs. Ella Weinstein and daughter left for Trenton. \. J.. to visit her mother, Mrs. Firestein. Miss Sylvia Peltz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Peltz, left for Baltimore, from which city she will motor to Atlantic City to attend the Peltz-Diamond wedding, which will be a brilliant event in the Royal Palms Hotel. While in Baltimore Mi-.Pelt! will be the guest Mr. Abraham A. Finkelstein has been appointed executive director of the Y. M. II. A. and will begin his duties at once. Mr. Finkelstein held the same position here ten years ago, leaving Tampa in March, 1925, to go to New Brunswick, X. J. He was associated in similar work there and in the Brooklyn Hebrew Orphans' Asylum. "I'm glad to get back to Tampa," Mr. Finkelstein stated. "We are going to try to build up the cultural side of the Y. M. H. A., sponsoring concerts and plays and conducting literary and art contests Mr. and Mrs. Sam Perlstein announce the birth of a son. Both mother anil child are doing well. Miss Cilia Rubin, an active member of the Judaic Council, left for Asbury Park, N. J., for the summer. Mr. E, Gelman and family will spend the summer at Asbury Park. Mr. M. Schwartz, a prominent merchant of this city, left for New York on a buying trip.



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FridayJune 21, 1986 jOCICTYi. regular sewing circle of the | She! Fmcs Sisterhood will ,„,.,., next Monday, June 24th, at 2 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Man„el Rippa, 1120 S. W. 19th ave. ^11 members and friends are urged to attend and become acquainted with the work of the organization. The regular meeting of the organization will l>e held the first Monday if .luly at Beth David Talmud 1 Hall, when plans for the f a | opening of a rummaKe store, will be discussed and acted on. Mrs. M. Kippa and Mrs. Sol. Schwarts .,,, n charge of this work. Sol. Optner of Chicago arhere this week to make his inent home in Miami, where he will l>e announced shortly. }]i.1. Engler is chairman of the picnic committee. At the meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau, held last Monday afternoon, Mrs. II. I. Homa, president organization, announced the appointment of the following committei Membership, Mesdames li. I,. Keisner, Morris Plant and Mark Max; annual bridge party, Mi II. E, Kleinman; gym circles, Mrs. Ilyman N. Levy; hospitality, Mrs. Morris Dubler; social recrea. Mis. lsidor Cohen; penny and personal boxes, Mrs. Harry Kaufman; rummage store, Mesdames Jill iSimpson and L. J. Hartz; program, Mrs. Frank Coret; publicity. Mrs. Mark Max; Miami R %  h director, Mrs. Benjamin London. Regular meetings of the organization have been suspended, to be imed in the fall, though execu-i live hoard meetings will be held each month. ami Mrs. Saul Grief entertained at dinner Sunday night in nf Mr. and Mrs. A. Louis McchlowitZ, whose marriage was a i' nt event in Atlanta, and Dr. Mechlowits, who was grad. uated last week from Southern D College, Atlanta. Their guests were Miss llanna Mr. and Mrs. II. Gottesman and Miss Harriet (iottcsman. dinner guests to spend •linewere Mrs. .1. Engler, M Ida and Miss Molly Engler, Mr. and Mrs. M. Kappaport and M Goldie and Miss Charlotte iport. Tillie Predinger, whose ige to Mr. Paul Lubin will lemnized on July 7th, was fill nf honor at two functions day. The first was a shower and 1,ridge party at 1 p. m. in the Everglades Hotel, with Mrs. Mar1 r'eldman and Mrs. Jack Kippa athe hostesses. Quite a number "'' friends attended. The second THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Five The last triumphant word in s c r e e n entertainment, George White's 1936 Scandals, a splendid sunburst of comedy and music, comes to the Tivoli Theatre, starting Sunday. The story, strong enough to stand alone, concerns a producer who stumbles on home-grown talent in a tank town, whisks them An absorbing story, and the nee of the one and only Shir'<;> %  Temple, make -The' Little Colonel," which opens Sunday at the Seventh Avenue Theatre, an extrardinary Bcreen event. She is co-starred with Lionel Barrymore in his heart-stirring superb story of a hitter Kentucky family feud during the days foloff to Broadway and Hollywood stardom, and when the bright lights get to,, strong for simple romance, whisks back horn.' a pair of lovers. Among the stars featured in the 1935 Scandals are Alice Kayo, James Dunn, Ned Sparks, Lyda Roberti, Cliff Edwards, Arline Judge, Eleanor Powell, Emma Dunn. Benny Rubin and George White. wa a shower and bridge party at x p. m. at the Everglades Hotel, with Miss Lee Kasanoff and Mrs. Sylvia Steinberg as the hostesses. More than eieghty guests attended. • Messrs. Harry Fox and Harry Kane of Long Island, \. V., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. William Robinson of this city and will remain here for about two weeks. • Mr. Sam .1. Ileiman of Mann was elected secretary-treasurer of the State Cleaners' and Dyers' Control Hoard at its organization meeting last Wednesday at Tallaj baasee. The hoard will have authority to supervise and regulate the entire industry in all towns with a population exceeding twenty thousand. lowing the Civil War. when prejudices still rankled, and a woman who dared give her heart to a hated Yankee was ostracised |,y friends and relations. The supporting cast, composed of Evelyn Venable, John Lodge, Sidney Hlackmor. Alden Chase, William Burress, Frank liaricn, Hattie McDaniel. Torgsin Stores Expand Service MOSCOW Recent reports from the Soviet Union show that the stores operated by Torgsin (the State Corporation for Trade with Foreigners) did a record business last year. In promptness and efficiency the Torgsin stores generally set an example to the various domestic organizations of distribution in the Soviet Union. I Thousands of Americans of Russian extraction are using the TorgSin stores to send gifts to relatives or dependents in the Soviet Union. The services of Torgsin, under constant expansion, have become many anil varied. Special stores are maintained by Torgsin for customers who wish to have their furs, clothing, shoes, etc., made to order Torgsin will arrange for a vacation (including transportation) to any designated summer resort, i It procures tickets for motion picture houses, theatre or opera. It sells all sorts of fruits in and out of season. It sells livestock, such acow-, horses, fowl, etc. It performs a great variety of services for both urban ami rural residents. In small places where there is no Torgsin store. special Torgsin agents promptly make arrangement for deliveries of any merchandise or services desired. The constant improvement of Torgsin services is a refutation of 'the stories occasionally spread in the United States that Torgsin is curtailing its activities or that recipients of TorgMn orderfrom foreign countries become objects of suspicion in their communities. These rumors are entirely baseless. Not only is it perfectly legal for people in the Soviet Union to receive gifts from relatives residing abroad, but the Soviet government specifically hacks the Torgsin organization and facilitates its work in conducting this business as an authorized agency to accommodate holders of foreign currency or recipients of Torgsin orders. Ask for New York Kreud At All Good Stores 'Bring Your Films to Us for Printing and Developing Have Your Fish Catch Photographed WE SPECIALIZE IN MARINE PHOTOGRAPHY Vienna Vienna Jewry is trying to raise a fund to help Mrs. Julie Wassermann, widow of the late Jacob Wassermann, world famous Jewish author, who was dispos: fri iii er home lure because she couldn't pay the rent. All of her belongings, including the library of her famous husband, were thrown inl i the street. < KUTAIN-TKEO PAINTS an4 VARNISHES FOR ENDURINd QUALITY Beach Paint Store, Inc. Ii trlbutora SIDNEY J. DALE 821 Fifth St. Miami lli-nch I'hunr :.zr.-c Beers Photo Co. 212 N. E. Fourth St. PHuNES: 2-9311 2-9H29 2-4034 Ask for New York Bread Al All Good Stores AMBULANCE SERVICE AHERN FUNERAL HOME FRANCIS AHERN, Prea. 1349 West I'lagler Street Telephone 2-2211 GLASS-. MIRRORSPAINTS! BINSW ANGER & CO. 1206-16 N. E. 2nd Ave. HOWARD ROSENDORF, Mgr. White Oak Leather HALF SOLES 50c LADIES' HEELS 15c Atlantic Shoe Shop 240 N. E. First Avenue Opp. Cortez Hotel ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES May Be Financed Under National Housing Act if "Built In" Electric Ranges Water Heaters Refrigerators Ventilating and Air Conditioning Equipmeni may be financed under the National Housing Act when perma nently wired or buill into your building. SHE YOUR DEALER OR ELECTRIC COMPANY NOTICE To All Who Sell Anything at RETAIL Senate Hill No. 721. passed by the 1935 session of the State Legislature requires that every person who sells anything at retail shall apply to the State Comptroller and obtain a permit before July 1, 1935, and further provides that any person doing business after July 1 without obtaining such permit shall be guilty of a misdemeanor. For your convenience I am sending a supply of application blanks to your newspaper, (he local hanks and the Tax Collector, where they will be available. The law requires a permit fee of 50 cents to accompany each application. I will deeply appreciate the cooperation of every retailer in putting into effect the provisions of this Act. J. M. LEE, Comptroller, Tallahassee. Florida. THOMSON & McKINNON Members New York Stock Exchange MIAMI OFFICE: Sixth Floor First National Bank Iluilding Telephone 2-7601 GIVE-UP BUSINESS FOR CLIENTS OF EXCHANGE MEMBERS SOLICITED OUR LARGE VOLUME OF WORK MAKES POSSIBLE A SAVINGS FOR YOU WRIGLEY Art-Engraving 21 S. W. 5th Ave. Phone 2-3947


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Friday. June SI, 1985 rLOBIMAlf PRe p 0M YOUR BEST FRIENiT 3000C nilcs of the game. IxaMo ^trnaijog Action Edit*] by RABBI S. M MACHTTI rB4v u4 Pit— — B4M Sum ) % %  %  SUNDAY MO RNINGS WIOD. MIAMI. FLORIDA SERMON DRLIVRRRD ON SUNDAY. JUNE IS. IMS "Every Man's Father" Scripture Reading. I Ctn-oaiclea. Chapter \\I\. reraea IS-IS. inclusive. M .i f yean ... while I ....... .. ^.. v tnessed an naay years It is fitting a I today. Fathers I I •• %  i \ • %  • %  was a aboat 1 Btly i UU % %  mat %  a:.-; had if to UM entreaties f his a to tr n a house of ct.or the s • raa i pinion that the father was lit a .'•-. rartfa own fles H ras doing -%  %  reet his son's had Lfrhi f his ways 1 r and was dis % %  .tw yean e '. '•• %  %  • young man. now ii %  : '• %  %  arks %  : .. tha: mid, "Pa, [wi u for th k when I was fa hare coat you. It was %  : %  I %  • :' .. for j %  ---'...-. %  i ... %  -... %  %  %  children no less than God love., us. Let us teach them with as MUCH | dld sendi far,and lor tluur ultim atehappiness. You saw your very dearest friendI know you'll never have another Because that best friend i s y 0Ur mother. She comforts you when y ou are blue, When you are sick she tends to you; Like your mother there are few She thinks the best of things for you. DAVID SEITLIN, 418 N. W. 5th St., Miami, Fla. H VKRV GORDON SYDNEY H. PALMER Recently Elected President of Beth Recent I) Elected Vice-President of Diwd Congregation Beth Da* id (ongregation Ne Substance for Peritonitis A:. N —T I a subs as • .: %  HANSON ROOFING CO. bilklnkW Mac* llll Reofing and Sheet Metal Ceatractor (In All Its Branches) Phone Z-18S1 32S N. E. 13th St. ROBBINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL WORKS Responsible Roofers Since 1919. Inspections and Estimates Free. 222 N. W. 26th St. Phone 2-3705 :-: I-: .l %  -. • pat ion. i -•.%  ... 1 sow .. I do not refer to s* g • .• ag" the sea That father u : %  • f Toit. 10 clothe i:. : ..... • .. ;.-_-. --..-% %  ---• IM ana %  -_-.'-.%  %  --•-%  It ts a % %  : • Techr I e— ; .. %  s %  ... % %  ... • -. .. %  ... • %  %  Be Sure to Take Advantage of Our SUMMER SPECIAL A BUDGET BUNDLE Everything Washed and Ironed SAVE! On Yoi|r Family Washing 10 Lbs. $1.59 Additional at 10c Lb. Eamily Bundle to consist of at least one-half Flat Work Exeeaa of wearing apparel over Flat charged additional 10c lb. MOMl SFRVICt f %  %  •%  %  %  • .%  %  %  %  %  %  • %  • %  %  i %  To your FRIENDS and RELATIVES in tK (RUSSIA) Torgtin Stcrt$ ore located in t\t largir I Of tht U.S.S.R. and carry diffrrtni .'tie Old imported arlicltl of high otMltfy; CLOTHIXG, ihoi$, rubbirt, t-.i-.s: FLOUR, $ U gar, coffto, and othtr FOOD STUFFS; houtthold goodt, tobacco, etc. PRICES COMPARE FAVORABLY WITH THOSE IN AMERICA To places ubere there are no Torgsin stores the merchandise is mailed by the TORGSIN PARCEL DEPARTMENT For Torgsin orders see your local bank or authorised agent



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wJewisii Florid tin % combining THE JEWISH UNITY FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLf Vol. 8—No. 25 -MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JINK 21, ly^T Large Attendance Freeman Explains Time to Reflect Is Expected Purpose of Bill Price Five Cent* V. i on June 30th at the Ritz-1 Tallahassee — Gilbert Free During the summer or in Ihe waning days of the winter season Miami to Vote Jewish News For Delegates Around the World Atlantic City the 38th Highlands County newspaper*^ubi UrB< ^ C ltlMn U ketlmetothink Voting ,or delegates to the TVOflQ annual convention of the Zionist lishor, today -aid senate bill 889 f tMnga < "" ,mu al Some of them World Zionist Conference at Zuation of America is called passed by the 1935 i. ,r i ""' Bp em 'M and of value to the rich, which will convene on Authere will probably be the| sponsored by „ Florida Press An,mm ,li,y 0,h, rs hu Pe'KU8 20th wUI >"' "Worded local Vaad LouB lo (;et L not affect thv ahomestead exemption at all, nor A larger turnout of delegates is does it increase the tax millage," :. too, by reason of the Freeman said. al high pitch of interest "As a matter of fact, it prevents Palestine has aroused in in increase of approximately 50 I he fact that the eonper rent in the state millage, a. will be held in a "congress such an increase would have been an added reason for the necessary to pay $750,000 in extra Ltirring general interest. The Atfees to tax a convention will be the cicrcuit court clerks and new .-pa. in when the delegates per., required because of a typo| Lucerne Congress will be graphical error in the passage of lie to receive instructions and th [ the general drift of Amerror ican Zionist opinion. land .Much interest rests in the forthUsed coming message of the president l Jf th. Zionist Organization, Mortailed. InRothenberg, with which the con"This bill does nothing except Ivemion will be opened. Mr. RothMt up machinery to save this 1750,lenhc-rjr will outline a new basis of ^" u annually to the state and save %  organization for the Zionist movethe overburdened delinquent taxInient, as well as for the Jewish payers another S."iii(i.0(i(j per year lAgoncy. His known part in the 'n five per cent commissions to [formation of the enlarged agency collectors for unnecessary sales. Intakes his views particularly in"This bill was proposed by me %  westing since he has already made as a member of the State Pies. ~ om I that he regards it necesj Association's committee named a I reshape the present form year ago when newspapers, tax lof the agency by one more suitable collectors and circuit clerks genIt" the spirit of the time with reerously and voluntarily waived I Palestine upbuilding. 'heir rights to profit by this huge The convention will also go ex, burden inadvertently laid upon the iiaustively into the subject of the state and the taxpayers by the IKHIM conference of General Ziontypographical error in the origina I "'up the question of Futch bill. IAIUI-V! an alignment with the Gen••]. provides that when delin\ 2 Mists throughout the world quent tax certificates pasover to condition of one institution then the end of strengthening the t he sta te the property covered by |ha| js ,,. 1( | j„ itsl .|f Will the bloc and emphasizing the the certificates need not again be rM)l> „,,„ |llltt ,,. at h t | ass ,. s j„ program of "Palestine assessed, or advertised, until the ||ujr 0W|) i.,!,,,,,,! Torahfl continue less As |i,.j a || v fi|u ar( of ur( a| har| 11.. .1I I %  > — ewine, tial a ned llowThe first of the propositions ad"'"' desire '" (a -t their votes are ing the announcement of Prudenvanced, that of the establishment UrKed '" Drin 8 their official shekel tial's million-pound loan to the Tel of a Convalescent Hospital for |' ecei P ts uiln them. Much interest Aviv Municipality. The Vaad Leumi Crippled Children, has already met '". .'"''"" shown in the elections, loan is to be used tor the erection with considerable opposition. Its wnicn are being held simultaneousof much-needed school buildings. opponents point to the fact that ''. throughout the country. Ticket manj in the North will bring their x "M "ho official ticket endorsed (00-Year-Old Jewish Leader of invalid children, and alter a very • l """ lv ''>' l,1( Zionist organisation Saloniki Dead short time, because of their lack and Harmm the mercy of the local community. be,n : bv & %  i; > >"' president t the Saloniki Jewish Such things are not mere conjee^ rou P s %  '" country; ,„ mmunlv .,„ ,,,„,,,. „,<;,.,...,. sary burden on the county and par" nlv • i ll| i' i '"' residing in South" ticularly on Miami Jewry. One "" U '' 1 Statea *"k "e in Enir l ish shin Is.,, H.v. need hu, point to the deplorable fiN !" Orleans, La. Mr. Seheinbaum "" ^^L" ""' point to the dcpl... nanciai condition with which most ls a candidate on ticket No. l. of the Jewish national institutions are at present confronted. The mailer should he carefully considered. We invite comment from the Ladies Sponsor Card Party The second of these propositions concerns the establishment of a county wide central Talmud Torah for the entire community. Thcr< is no question but that a properly centralized institution, not connectj ed with any synagogue, would be P Vfteenth""ave!,' witl of value. But .,. if this proposlMintser as the hostess. Prizes will lion is advanced lor the mere purpose of alleviating the financial Scroll Room London—For the first time on any ship, a Scroll Room is being provided for Jewish religious services on the Queen Mary, Britain's rival to the N'ormandie, it was announced here. Two kosher kitchens and a kosher pantry are being installed, and two Jewish cooks and a supervisor The Ladies' Auxiliary of the .Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation is sponsoring one of its regular card parties next Sunday evening, June 23rd, at the home of f 11 ,^ on ft d l lo k %  ** %  Mrs. Ilvman Traeger, 1001 s. w, Jl : wwh n,enus The Q ucen Ma, y will make its first sailing to New York in L936. lAnii-i be awarded for high scores and refreshments will be served. The public i nvited to attend. I'r >•reds are being used fur the Talmud Torah of the organization Wins Yale History Prize With F.ssay on Zionism Parties." certificates are redeemed and the teBC h| n g in this central institution? f The years place which has been vacant since the wonderful things that may be old and is in the fourth grade. He the death of the late Dr. Angel.i ral community, has been a pupil of Rudolph .laSacerdoti. carried away cohson of Savannah. As a result of by the enthusiasm of the dreamer his winning the contest Whiteman Synagogue Robbed Fourth Time in can well visualize the many was awarded a one-year scholarFour Years ... ... ['""' %  ""."Ii l>v a central Talmud Torah C. and other northern cities. Ptne rank and file Zionists. for the work of the council in i^ J^JJJJ ,. vervthinK ca n be More than three hundred schoolsIver ornaments from the Torah %  opening session of the congeneral welfare work for UH yo uractically "not everythroughout the entire state entered Scrolls and-the contents of a safe. >on proper Will be held Sunday „f the county. Judge W. It. MW• • • ^ ^ „ contestants. The selections played This was the fourth time in four June 30th, with the readham of the Dade Cour, ^ ^ ^ eonMn and ac js |iy vuUn( whiteman were "Mighty years that the Temple has been NOW, before these projects beLak' a Rose," by N'evin, and "Traurobbed. The loss is estimated at PK Of greetings and messages. Court is chairman of the luncheon. ls Will he followed by the readAll arc urged to attend and help (Continued on Page 6) in this splendid work. come realities, not after. merei," by Schumann. ?1.0110.



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Pre Two THB J9WISH FLOWDIAN Friday, Juno 21. 11,135 %  Mr. ar..: '•• E M • In! when l I -" The MR' rai performed %  nt< ^ Axeli :. Arn M •. %  sist< r : t %  3 %  %  --. ...!tt mil I L gown of t '•-%  '• j-• ssoms. and • %  rat te linen. %  ; %  1! jgrar es, ag s :n of I ftSin T Integer E Mrs Mrs. Morris M family %  E. Meni-J 1 Mrs. J. 1 Mr. a Mrs. J. T. S Mrs. J Mrs Mrs • %  %  V %  E Mrs. J. 1 r. ] Morris E p. Mi J N..: M H. L Greet ra. T. D. Cartel Mrs. 1 v E. Fa\v. B. : Mi %  7 Mi Sam Lipton. %  %  T-"„r V M H A ;:.: %  %  a el '.' %  F %  :: r. 7 and all ; r Y. M. H. A. is 1 ; .: 16 and 21. Meetings 1 it 8 p. everj I 1 1 at t! I --•. A 1 j i Greetings were extended from Senior Hadassah, the parent organV. S> HEINBA1 M Kigl •' :inii nM the work of the JunI Jewish Women. Mr. of the Umverization, by its president, Mrs. J 0 and is at piesse ph Williamson; from J un j or I with the Butler Coune ji by Mrs. J. Wernikoff; f rom will be an ^ Jcwjsh Welfare Bun ,, ^ ;A -'', Sadye G. Rote; from Chesed Chd M Nat Blumberg and daughEmmeth by Mis,.Terry Stein, „d Sunday to visit by Mrs. Leo Chaikta and Mrs. s. rings, Ark. Rotfort, former presidents „f J m ,t a month, tor Hadassah. Repr, : ,ta.,,, from the Birmingham, Ala., and r Y. MH. A. is gponAtlanta. Ga.. chapters extended fe.nee at the "citations. ^ ^ ^ the Y. at S. W. 10th „...,, It next Sunday eveCharles Adelman. son of Mr. and Jinning at 8 Mrs. Nathan Adelman left by bus re invited to Tuesday to join his mother and sister in Hagerstown, Md„ where they are visiting relatives and friends. left Tuesday to They will return some time next friends in Demonth. ;.; SI urn during I •: Jacks •-••:'<•. I andidau for l'> ntion. Steinberg %  • I Mrs. A its necestained j n taili lance with the reat Tall ihassee bybe obtained in. ... 1 .-. ... I %  %  %  7 .. •' %  -. %  tant Lodge will Talmud To%  'ling, _'• %  • Mock. I ers are urged 1 atti nd. : to the 1 will be Ask for NEW YORK BREAD At All Good Stores HA&tfR £.*'%  Avf Phoneimi Sun.-Mon.-Tues.. June 23-24-25 Alice Faye—I.yda Roberti James Dunn—Cliff Edwaidl Ned Sparks—George While GEORGE WHITE'S L935 SCANDALS J7+> AVENUE j ....• MesSun.-Miin., June "-'.1-'2I f Jun: r Shirley TempW—Lionel Barrymore John Lodg<—Sidney Blackaei :' •Sturdv Auto Cases equipment 8 98 ly : -air traveling long a with gr J LA Si 7 A TAKE A VACATION Ceremonial Accessories for Home and S>na?ogue—Jewish Section. Fourth Floor week Hotel .:. .... Sj .1 Jiss 1 la Saf< r, ..and Mi-... • ; Miss %  ling seci etary; M.ss nding Silvei man, Jiss Ruth l 'aM [da Ei tors are: %  •: --• %  : %  Miss Syl.. : len ••.,!•,, Miss Jacobs eanor iin • luced Mrs. S. ent of sided. She : r the in( .l.inwork Chil. -Am I, and the xere port"'--:. %  %  B( G %  :-. • %  ing pres5 ar's activted with a -• rvicea. %  ••-wly elected %  • Klempter selec:• Mrs. Laskin; ayed a p ano Evelyn Venable—Bill Robinson THE LITTLE COLONEL Ask for NEW YORK BREAD At All Good Stores For a Delightful Vacation Stop at the FIFTH AVE. HOTEL 709 5th Ave. West HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. Phone 829J STRICTLY KOSHER Low Rates Operated by I. MARK OW11V and JACK WITHER COMBS %  •TAI.I"" lga s. W. EIGHTH ST The Beet in Groceries. MeaU. Fruits and VefeUbles



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P* Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, Ju ne 21,1935 Orlando Notes Ethyl Sigal. daughter of Mr. .m.I Mrs. B<: Sigal I Kork. '• • I ...%  .ville. in an in-.;. perform I Sui lay, JUIH horr ... W. Witt itein ii j of %  pram f nuj wing is froi --. %  -hn's "'>'• %  • 1 Mai nti Mi Mis: Rutb '.'. u her sister, : Mr. !' -. is er. S I as best Goldmai .. ". N'ew OrPriie "innerin the Manischev u/ Essay Conteal have been announced as follows: First priie. which i.1 round trip to Palestine with all expense* paid, goes to M -R ih B. Hoffman. Newark. X. J.. and I,. Mr. I.e." T..hin. N..irk. V .1. Second prize, also a fret -np tti Palestine in the tourisi class, is awarded >" Miss Anna Pearlman. East Pittsburgh. Pa. Third prize, one hundred dollar-. M II. .1. 1.ran:. Brooklyn, and to A. Polansky, Brooklyn. sited i M I •' VI Ii. K ZIONISTS m GATHER I ... %  sui. -Zionist ora • : togeth • %  tings ol • %  • t %  %  Interesting Note 0f intere8 t to Florida and parv Miami Jewry is the folaragraph appearing in .toy., Miami Daily News column: GERMANS Miami'German the last few years tion, now finds ... ganiiations and aims. m society, open men, has taken pro-Hitler tinge, a m of many Orleans a address some however, I !" ed •' "' 1 'Which, with an membership, m political I lives for informal ovei weiner/ 1 ith < onl ii n mmitl ilutions. n ss and essi n July 2, schnitzel, beer and coffee. The regular meeting of Kmunah Chapter, O. E. S., will be held next Thursday evening, June L'Tth, at the Scottish Rite Temple. A p ro gram will be presented .luring the evening with children of the mem. hers participating. Plans for the first annual picnic of thi Loyalty Club, auxiliary of Emunah Chan. ter, have been announc id. The pic nic will be held at Hard Miami Beach, on July 4th, and lunches will be served the entire day. The public is invited to attend. RADIO SYNAGOG Rabbi S. M. Machtei, fuunder and director of the Kadi > Synagog will preach over station WIOD at nine o'clock on Sunday :: ning on "Jewish Culture." The sermon will deal with the Jewish greatness and success. Pri Music, Bcripture readii and a ion box will com] he pro. gram. %  • the 1 Florida, he ii %  KotS spent Su R as re' %  • %  I the Mr. a Sunda; %  %  • H W E V"l R DOGS DIPPED \l THE SCHOFIELD AMMAL HOSPITAL IN THE NKU |NSE< IK IDE W'HH H KILLS TICKS AND FLEAS INSTANTLY AND DOES NOT IRRITATK THE SKIN. EARS OR EVES HiiARD ^olR PETS WHERE IH1A ARK SAFE, CORRECTLY AND WELL FED 211 N. E. li'TH ST. f Sanl I at tin %  -•'-. %  : ..... %  .. •• ram pa MAKE REPAIRS On That ROOF I'HONE 2-';:7.'S B. J. Morty and All • '• %  Mr and 1 Now Is the Time to repair that roof. The weather man predicts continued downpourwith an unusually rainy season. A weak or leak> roof will rau-e much discomfort if -uch a season iforthcoming. If you don't ha%e the monej see u> anyway. We will finance >,-u through the Birratt* '<"c Payment Plan. Moore Roofing k Sheet Metal Works Phone 2-3566 lllii N. Miami \\e. BUILDING LOANS They're right and too. these three features are EXCLUSIVE with Electrolux. No other refrigerator can offer as much. Compare the 1935 aircooled Electrolux with any refrigerator and you'll find every feature you desire—beauty, convenience, economy and safe preservation of foods, it is more economical to operate than any other refrigerator— LESS than 8c a day, using gafi. .lust ash your friends who own an Electrolux and you'll understand why it is taking the refrigerator market by storm. It's reasonably priced—from $123 upward. Easy terms for 1 nominal charge. See it at once at— rw • fl*"r B u i 1 ding alterationand repairs improvement* and builtin equipment. and MODERN FINANCE 5' -No Fees-6 f r New building and new home loans • • 100% up to $5,000 5 to 20 yean. "KAY/' 1326 W. Flagler Street Phone 2-4.i33 Open Til 9:00 p. M. The Peoples GAS Co. 637 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH ^ Gas Docin't r. /, PAYS'