Vol. 6. No. 31.
FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. AUGUST 4. 1933.
Price live Cents
TheFascistsMove- Junior Council
ment In England
To Hold Contest
Is there cuu.se to fear that the Sia-
Imese twins, the fungus of Fascism
land the contagious virus of anti-
Kemitlsm, will propauate iii Eng-
Tin question has now come to
Ithe lore. Inspired by the Nazi
Success ni Germany, the Fascist
forces, as yet incompletely organ-
ized and divided into three divei-
jent factions, are beginning to trou-
ble the greal English masses with
their aggressive and mischievous ac-
But if one examines the pulse of
Ihc British people by the reactions
m the press to the German atroci-
ties ot hate and blood against Ji w-
Lsli citizens, the scale and cju
Britain would prove most hearten-
ing to the Jewish people. For the
hicisi prominent and widely read
Newspapers and periodicals in the
md have sounded a most vigorous
londemnation of the ruthless per.se-
kution of the Jews in "Naziland."
At the same time many persons
lave ignored the powerful Fascist
fiinority albeit unorganized full-
ledgedlythat has reared its ugly
head and voices sympathetic appro-
pal of all that is taking place in un-
lemocratized Germany, a republic
In cariously on the patli to real de-
pioi racy since its birth alter the
/orld war. only to be reconverted
|o the old imperial. Prussian spirit,
a threat to the laborlOUS-
i(instructed democratic order.
it is Important to note the tenor
bid theme of the official press of
his Fascist borer, n is in essence
veritable carbon copy of the In-
imou.s Hitlerite organs. namely.
toelkischer Beobachter and Der
peitkampl the latter, by the way.
prominently displayed in
lie main building of the New York
lublic library Is most viciously
Inti-Jewish. This British-Fascist
f) like its Teutonic teachers,
sicks its poisonous and vicious lies
|ikI propaganda with "learned" and
b-called "scientific" arguments.
One writes: "The British public in
pneral have no knowledge of the |
b.istence of any Jewish question in
pis country, and powerful Jewish
bnsorship over journalists and pub-
licists prevents the open discussion
fevo of Jewish questions in other
ountries. That the subject has
ren and is of importance and It
Duld not be exercised by studied
lli nee of the press, is being proved
the world-wide excitement fol-
ding publicity. This publicity has
Ben given an extraordinary violence
%' the mobilization of all forces of
^fcwry to work up indignation in all
^H>m.:': againsl Germany." 'Sec
The weekly Herald, edited by Dor- !
aii member of parliament, says: ,
fceware ol internationalism be-
Bi'-1' it is anti-national and Jewish.
B are not a religion, but a race,
^Bellicose to England. Although the '.
^V' olutionary activities over the
^tvth are so large the works of one |
Bction of Jewry i setting forth nu- '
Serous misrepresented citations of '
Ran- Kohn's book on nationalism.
Hid other authoritiesi, that section
| made up mostly of athetistie
IIWS. Every effort to expose and
those enemies of the existing
The third of the scries of summer
dances that have been sponsored by
the Junior Council of Jewish Wo-
men will be held at the Osceola Gar-
dens Sunday evening, August ti, with
Mis:, Betty Greenber-. chairman Of
the committee In charge. At this
dance a contest will be held be-
tween the winners of the last two
dances. A silver loving cup will be
awarded to the couple winning first
prize in the fourth dance to be
held. In addition to the dancing a
hew ,vi.i be provided foi the
entertainment of the guests attend-
ing. The chairman is being assist-
ed by the Misses Lee Kasanoff.
Mary Ann Kamins, Daisy Shaft.
Marjorie Predinger and Mrs. Esther
In order to raise funds for the up-
keep of Its Talmud Torah which
has recently grown in numbers, the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox congregation will en-
tertain at the home of Mrs. Max
Kupfcrstein. 1875 W. Flagler St., on
Sunday evening, August in. begin-
ning at 7 p. m. with a "Dutch Sup-
per" Dinner consisting of kosher
delicatessen prepared in different
styles will be served iii buffet
with plenty ol beer direct from an
Impn .; 'ii bar winch is being ar-
rant ed. Following tne supper
bridge will be played and prizes
will be awarded for high scores The
public is united to attend.
To Speak Here
Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld, of St.
Petersburg, who is here on a vaca-
tion, will be the guest speaker a'
Beth Jacob Synagogue, Miami
Beach, on Saturday morning when
he will deliver a sermon on "How
Can Israel Be Comforted." Rabbi
Kleinfeld has had an interest in".
and successful career of long stand-
ing in the Rabbinical field and
since his commg to St. Petersburg
has materially aided In the growth
nl Jewish interest and activity. He
is also a musician of note and the
composer ot a large number of li-
turgical compositions, many ol
Which have been published.
'Continued on page six)
At the meeting of the girls' divi-
sion of the Hebrew Athletic club
Tuesday night the following offi-
cers were elected: Miss Helen Eis-
man. president; Miss Ida Engler.
vice president: Miss Lillian Eisman.
secretary; Miss Shirley Elkin.
treasurer; Miss Theda Maurcr, ser-
geant at arms. The following chair-
men were appointed: Miss Shirley
Wallach, membership; Miss Gladys
Oreenberg, library; Miss Gladys
Abenson, publicity: Miss Evelyn
Marks, athletics; Mis.- Shirley Ro-
senthal, education; Miss Josephine
Goodman, entertainment; Miss
Charlotte Davis, welfare. A social
hour and dancing followed the busi-
About the World
NA/IS ARREST 30ti JEWS.
Nuremburg.It ",s estimated that
no lest than between 200 and 300
Jewish merchants of this city wire
arrested and marched through the
street to the Internment (ami) where
they have been confined. No
is known concernin 'he '.:: i toi
these wholesale arrests, but it was
intimated that the official i I
against the; e Jewish mercl ai
be profiteering. The actual res on
for these renewed activities on the
part of the local Brown Shirts must
lie ascribed to orders from Munich,
instructing them to enforce the cold
pogrom at all cost. The am
Jewish merchants in this city ire it
line with the recent raids made in
Munich when 4,000 Jewish mer-
chants were interii"d in prison
camps. The Munich victims were
released after a time.
The Jew and
An important meeting (it the local
Bnai Brith lodge will b- held a'
Beth David Talmud Torah audi-
torium next Tu ening Kxi
trust a. beginning at h p. m. Ah
members ol the organization are
to attend and to bring with
them all interested m the Wl Hale
Important matters will be dis-
cussed, accordin tati ment by
Mr. W. L. William-, president Of tla-
ical Bnai Brith lodge. Including
the recently unauthorized use ot tin
name ot the organization in the
printing ol a false report In one cf
the local papers. The organization
was a prime factor in Initiating a
move to help the German relic!
campaign of the Joint Distribution
JEWISH CONGRESS NA-
TIONAL BXECUTIVE CALLED
New Vorw, N. Y.A special ses-
sion of the National Executive com-
mittee of the American Jewish con-
gress he been called to meet Sun-
day morning. August (i. by Joseph
Tennenbaum, chairman of the meel -
ni'-. the first since the committee
a- eei (! in May, is to work out
a coordinated plan of action in be-
half ot the German Jews.
Simultaneously with this an-
admlnlsl ratlve com-
ot i lie Federation ot Polish
Jews in Aniei lea, a con
ganizatlon of the American Jewish
ess, called on the congress to
. ml in favor of the anti-
EINSTEIN DENIES RED LINK.
New York. N. Y. In a let
the New York Tillies. 1'rot. Albert
Einstein, writing from Belgium. Is-
sued an explicit denial that lie i-
in any way connected with the
Third International. Professor Ein-
steln's letter was prompted by the
receipt Ol a circular issued by t!,.
Better America Federation, cortair
ing alleged photographs purporting
to show that he was connected with
the Third Internationa!. I!>
said that pictures in the circular
were not of him. Professor Einstein
who has never been in Russia, de-
nounced the circular as a forgery
inspired by political motives.
GIST, DEAD AT SIXTY-ONE
Final arrangements are being
made for the second of a series o!
dances sponsored by the .junior com-
mittee of Beth David and the com-
mittee in charm' of the dance lor a
country store and barn dance to be
given at the Beth David Talmud
Torah hall on Wednesday evening
August hi. Decorations and -*
.md bin: theme, Proceed
win caii/ out ilie ei neral 11
are being used to ,., be ex-
penses of redecoratini the Syna-
gogue and Talmud Torah bin
Ticket swilibe only 2"> cents each
and may be purcha red from any
member of the committee or at lli
door Mr, n H Parr i- in charge
ni a number of contest! and enter-
tainment features, Favors will be
given and prizes will be awarded
during the evening Nat Zalka Is
chairman in cha
New York. N. Y.Dr. Lador Abra-
hamson, one a: America's foremast
neurologists, died at Loon Lake. N.
Y.. after a long Illness, He was til
year- old. His numerous contribu-
tions to the field ot mental and
nerVOUS diseases began in 1895.
when he became associated witli the
Monteflore Hospital for Chronic
Diseases. A prolific contributor to
medical magazines, In winch he em-
phasizes the psychiatric elements ot
medicine. Dr. Abrahamson was
Clinical Professor ot Neuroli
the New York University and Belle-
Mr Hospital Medical College. He
was founder of the Jewish M
Health Society and gave of Iii. time
and means to various communal un-
dertakings associated with mental
health, in 1031 he was chairman
ui 'lie American committee to i. ii;i
nate American candidates lor thr
Nobel medical prize.
Plans for the first confi rence bi -
tween representatives of every Jew-
ish organization in the state ot
Florida will be announced shortly
according to a statement made by
Rabbi Adolph Burger, of Rodep'.i
SJiolom congregation of Tampa
The sponsors ol the organization
expect that the delegates represent-
ing the lay leaders a- well as the
of the state will meet and
discuss Jewish conditions in the
state and will adopt measures to in-
sure a wider cooperation in all mat-
ters of Jewish interest, including
education, welfare and similar work.
The conference, which is expected
to be held either in Tampa or Mi-
ami, will take place sometime dur-
ing October, followim; the High
Holiday season. The members of
the organization committee, whose
names will be announce! shortly,
have received offers of cooperation
from every organization i' has ap-
proached and have b en vommend-
ed for their efforts to establish a
Florida organization representative
of every class of Jewish thought.
Rabbi John B. Wise, chairman ol
th.e Geriiian reliel campaign, made
public a statement, laying a-
rumors that ')" fund of th Am i-
ican Jewish Joint Distributioi corn-
have been confisi ated or
block e Nazis.
\\'e are in receipt I hen-
tii me sag< he said, "informing us
with i the stories ot the
blocking ei certain Jewish welfare
funds in German.'-, that four of the
five account.- blocked are now re-
ed; that only the WlltSChaft-
slulte account connected with the
physicians' coniiiiif.ee is still block-
ed, but that the matter i- expected
to clear shortly. These are all ac-
counts of German organizations and
this does not in any way affect the
Joint Distribution Committee.
i he German Central Committee
oi Relict and Reconstruction is
dai y receiving reports from the pro-
vincial Jewish communities thai the
incomes required to cover the bud-
gets of their local institutions are
rapidly dwindling, that deficits are
accumulating and that prospects of
the near future are disastrous."
At the same time. Rabbi Wise ex-
il confidence that the central-
ization of ail Jewish forces In Get
many would carry on with all can-
's n and reserve, and that 1; would
be able to do this work effectively,
and he a'.i public assurance that
there need be no tear on the part ol
contributors to 'he German relief
fund that a .-ingle penny of tin..
contributions will be lost or dlvi rted
from the purpose tor which the con-
tribution i- made. He added thai
at no time would the Joint Distri-
bution Committee have any amount
m Germany larger than thi amount
needed for immediati y, and
thai a' 'in first prospect ot loss,
secure the monies
can readily be taken.
Rabbi Wise's statement outlining
the plans of the German (
Committee lor relict and reconstruc-
tion in administering funds lais.'d
in and outside of Germany fol
"I am repeatedly asked what the
German Jew- are doing to help
themselves in the present crisis, I
cannot answer it from the stand-
point of a political program since
I am not aware what this is. I
can only venture a short descrip-
tion of the program they have out-
lined in meeting the physical prob-
lem of the threatened destruction
of the Jews in Germany,
"It is important to keep several
things m mind in thinking of their
situation. First: the German Jews
Wl re taken by surprise. No one ex-
pected the complete and unblush-
Ingly brutal application to the life
ot Germany the anti-Semitic plat-
form of the National Socialist party.
It is possible that not even tin- Na-
tional Socialist party itself expect-
ed fully to put into effect it- party's
"Jews have lived in Germany for
a thousand years They have ecu
the fury incidental to social politi-
cal and economic changes, which
somehow or other Germany i in
invariably to dire I i [air] t he
Jews, Whether it was the Black
Death, the Crusade;, the World Wai
or inflation, made very little differ-
ence. It required only a social up-
heaval to turn the population on
I CONTINUED ON PAGE THREE I
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, August 4, 1933.
Mrs. David Stein and daughter
Lena ol Tampa, are spending their
vacation at the Wm. Penn Hotel,
Mi Miriam Safer of Jacksonville,
who was the house guest of her
uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Safer of this city, returned to her
home last week.
Activities of the Hebrew Athletic
club for the current season include
the South Florida Ping Pong tour-
nament now In progress at the club-
house, where large crowd- arc 111
attendance every evening. A meet-
ing of the board of governors will
be held Friday evening and all
member.-, are invited to attend. In-
itiation ceremonies for the girls' di-
vision will be held next Tuesday eve-
ning, August H. and Open holts, will
be held tliLs coming Sunday. The
inaugural dance ol the girls' divi-
sion will be held on Sunday eve-
ning, August L'O. Classes 111 culis-
thenti 1 ry Sunday
at L' p m. at Miami
Mi. .Nathan Adelman. hei
1 and .lark Adelman, re-
turned to the city Wedm
ll weeks visiting
relatives and friends in n. 1
Announcement been made
that the law firm of Jarrell, Brooks
and Rogers have opened branch of-
fices at Miami Beach at 761 Wash-
ington ave. Marion Brooks of the
firm is well known in Miami Jewish
having been active in local
affairs for a number of
Mi and Mrs. Oscar Mayers, who
were married here about a month
igo, returned to the city after a
honeymoon trip spent in New York
and Pennsylvania. Mrs. Mayers ll
the former Miss Frances Drucker-
Mlss Millicent Rubin returned to
Miami alter spending her vacation
111 the mountains ol North Carolina
l-amr Mgortmcnl I" lelccl frnm.
203 Ave. Aragon, (oral Gables
King uneral 11 ome
In s I Humanity li. Operated hv tier
FRANK G MeGII.WS WIDOW
29 N. W. .1H Ave.
Ice Cream Co.
2124 N. W. 7th Ave.
1100 W. Klauler St.
711 N. W. 31th St.
Plans for the garden dance spon-
sored by Junior Hada.ssah which
will be held at the Blackstone Hotel
Sunday evening, August 13. provide
for an evening of unusual enter-
tainment and a midnight luncheon
to be served. The event will be
invitational and reservations may
be obtained by calling the president
Of the organization. Mrs. S. Rot-
fort, at 2-5111. or Mrs. Albert Dub-
Rabbi S M. Machtei officiated al
the Bris Milah of the infant son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lear at the Vic-
toria hospital last Sunday morning,
which was attended by a number of
the staff of the Miami Herald, with
which Mr. Lear is associated
Mr and Mrs Louis Pallott re-
turned to Miami after having spent
a four-weeks' vacation visiting rel-
atives and friends in the North.
Mr and Mrs, Herbert U. Feibel-
man left by auto last Sunday for
North Carolina, when Mrs. Feibel-
.nd children will spi nd
Max Jacobskind accompa-
i:cd by Mis... Jacobskind, returned
o Miami alter having spent sev-
ral weeks ni
w 1:1: '..1 received lure of the
in 1) (' last
ol Mrs Hannah ('
nother Ol Mrs. J. Katz and Mis. B.
prominent communal work-
city Interment v 1 1
: 1 cemetery ol the Adath Israel
egation with Rabbi Metz offi-
Mrs Cooper was a loii'j-
lme resident of Washington and
was actively affiliated with a num-
: the Jewish institutions ol
Rabbi Alexander A. Kleinfeld of
st Petrsburg, is a visitor at Miami
Si BCh, where he is spending a two
Mr. and Mrs Morris Rubin and
family left for a vacation of about
our weeks during which time they
trill visit North Carolina. New York
md Chicago, returning to Miami in
Mrs George J. Oeraon, formerly
\! Ethel Schonfeld, was hostess a'
a bridge luncheon last week at her
home.1661 S. W 13th st.. in honor
; Mrs Eugene Zeldman ol Birm-
ingham. A color motll ol pink and
ilue w., used Ot i.p II were
:: Lou! Hi).1- Mi 1 Max Pepper,
r:'- man Mi Eld W
Arthur Pinnisteln, Mrs. a. e.
Rosenthal, Mrs. Herbert Seplei Mrs
: Mis Max OrOVltZ,
I 1 .. 11 Mai golii and Mrs.
PLAYING AT THE
It is advisable lc> have your
Oar greased and lubricated.
We all know this is (he _
best way to prevent trouble
on the road and to avoid
unnecessary repair bills.
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The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Mi-
ami Orthodox congregation will en-
tertain at the Synagogue with its
regular bi-weekly card party on
next Tuesday evening. August 8, for
the benefit of Its Talmud Torah
fund. Mesdames Morris Rappaport
and Max Rappaport will be the hos-
tesses. Refreshments will be served
and prizes will be awarded for high
Mr. Max Kuplcisteln returned t^i
Miami alter spending several days
in Hcndersonvillo. N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mechlowit"
and family left by auto lor a visit
to relatlvi s and friends in New York
.,1 will return the latter part
ol tins month.
Mrs .1 Katz, prominent communal
worker o! this city, lei! by auto
Tuesday to visit her mother who is
Sick in Washington. D. C. While
there she will visit relative"- and
friends in Baltimore and vicinity
she was accompanied by Mrs. Har-
i Id Tobin, her 1J
Mis.- Lena Wemkie left till.- week
for Atlanta. Ga., where she will be
the maid of honor at the wedding
c 1 remonies ol Miss Fannye Herman
to Irving Galanty of thai city.
At a special meeting of Junior
Hadassah Wednesday evening at the
home of Mrs. Ruth Dubbin, final
arrangements were completed for
the dance to be given at the Black-
stone Hotel Sunday evening. August
13. Reservations must be made in
advance with any of the commit-
tee which includes Mrs Dubbin.
chairman; Miss Pauline Lasky. Miss
Lena Weinkle. Mlss Sylvia Miles.
Miss Sylvia Rayvis. Miss Beady Gol- 1
denblank and Mrs. Jennie Rotfort.
Mrs Jack Wucher and children,
who have been spending some time
Visiting relatives and friends 111 New
York, will arrive here Saturday.
More than 50 airplanes, all true-
type fighting ships of the German
and Allied nations during the World
war. take part in the spectacular
flying sequences ol Howard Hughes'
nev aviation spectacle, "Sky Dev-
1. gigantic air-fleet, one of the
ol Hying machine.-,
1..bad loi a motion picture since
provides a back-
I of thrills lor what is prob-
the most spectacular laugh-
hit that has come out ol Holly-
!:.' latest Hughes production,
winch is the inst big comedy-spec-
of the air. comes to the 7th
Av theatre Sunday and Monday.
A single sec ne. in which the entire
squadron of more than 50 ships
operates simultaneously in a thrill-
ing aerial combat, is one of the
high-lights of the picture. Other
scenes, showing individual combafs
between German and Allied aces.
provide additional excitement.
America's leading stunt-flyers par-
ticipated in the sensational air-bat-
tles, which were filmed at specially
constructed airports under direction
of J. B. Alexander, chief of aero-
nautics on both "Hells Angels" and
Spencer Tracy. William Boyd and
George Cooper play the title roles in
this spectacular air-farce, and Ann
Dvorak. Hollywood's latest actress-
sensation, is the leading lady. Yola
D'Avril and Billy Bevan are in the
supporting cast, and Edward Suth-
A new romantic team makes its
bow to film fans in Cecil B. De-
Mille's "The Sign of the Cross."
olaylng at the Tivoli theatre Sun-
day and Monday.
Fredric March and Elissa Landi
are the lovers in this drama of the
Stirring events of Nero's reign in
imperial Rome, the story of Nero's
persecution of the hapless Chris
Man- discovered making the "sign
of fhe cross," by his myriad spies,
It is the first time March and
Miss Landi have played together.
March is a Paramount star and
Mlss Landi. "borrowed" for tins
pent her days on the
March has the role ol the' virile
handsome Prefect ol Rome, sec-
ond in command only I<> Nero, who
falls 111 love with the innocence and
beauty of a Christian girl and who
walks hand in hand with her to
meet the fierce Numidian lions
and deatli on the sands of the
Circus Maximus arena.
Sunday-Monday. August 6-7
Spencer Tracy Ann Dvorak
faith with those who trust us, arc
wc living up to our obligations it
we risk their future happiness by
ignoring the problems that would
arise for theni if, sonic day, wc
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Vol G. No. 31.
Germany is justified in doing
whatever she wishes to Jews, in-
cluding their destruction."
The author of this barbarous
statement is the Reich's Commis-
sar of Justice, Frank.
In answer to Frank. Sir Austen
Chamberlain, speaking in the House
of Commons, retorted:
"How can we really be friendly
with a nation which proscribes a
race within its own borders, refus-
ing to treat its own citizens as
equals? How can Germany expect
our help and cooperation when Ger-
many has outraged every sentiment
implanted in our breasts through
the whole course of history. .
The German policy is a menace to
every nation beyond the German
border, and to every race over
winch Germany might succeed in
establishing her dominion."
Sir Austen Chamberlains state-
ment is that of a civilized human
being, motivated by the finest her-
itage of Anglo-Saxon culture and
The Hun. Frank, is merely another
Hitler degenerate justifying Nazi
outrages. Every observer W h o
comes out of Germany is of one
opinion, i. e that the situation of
the Jew under Hitler is hopeless.
The Nazi degenerates in Germany
and elsewhere have two answers to
our protests: 1. the atrocities are
exaggerated: 2, the Nazis are pun-
ishing only Communists.
As though these contemptible de-
generates will convince anyone that
the 600.000 Jews in Germany are all
Here is the Important issue. Let
US not be mistaken. Let us not
make compromise with them. Any
man or woman who will speak a
word in defense of Hitlerism is an
established anti-Semite, whether he
be a paid Nazi propagandist or a
seemingly neutral college professor.
Only a social degenerate, a barba-
rian, can justify Hitlerism. We care
not what the man's social or eco-
nomlc position happens to be.
Bnei Brith Messenger.
Story With a Moral.
The empty shell which a certain
group of "Charity Jews' ask us to
substitute for all our Jewish values
and aspirations serves to recall the
!torj that is told about the Negro
who refused to fraternize with his
own kind, explaining that he had
resigned from the Negro people.
Whereupon another colored-skinned
fellow reminded him that his resig-
nation was not accepted. In the
n. tance Ol men In the Jewish midst
who express an attitude ol resigna-
tion, it is well to point out that the
Jews as a whole do not always ob-
ject to the severing Of Jewish ties
by those who choose not to empha-
size their Jewishness. In our ease
it is the world at large which seems
to say even to the extreme assimi-
latlonists that the desire ol the lat-
ter to merge with their neighbors Is
one matter, but. that it is another
matter when it conns to their being
aco pted. Lei the assimilatlonlst-
charity-Jews take note ol this, and
when they learn to accept Jewish
values they will eventually find
greater happiness among their own
people. Bnel Brith Messenger.
The Jew andGermany
'Continued from page one)
the helpless but obvious Jews.
'Judenhetz' Is a common German
experience, lasting over the whole
ol Its contact with Jews. Despite
this continuous experience. the
Jews of Germany felt that they
were living In a modern age and
thai such things could not be. Their
mistake Is not only sad for them.
but should be a warning to all other
persons who put their faith in the
gods of modernity.
"Not expecting such a frightful
calamity, no preparation had been
madepolitical, social or economic.
When the crash came, its finality
and completeness were unmistaka-
ble. Juda Verrecke' was changed
from a battle cry to a proscription.
In the midst of rout and panic Ger-
man Jewry had to reorganize Itsell
In order to do so it had to draw on
its own resources first, and finding
them inadequate had to request the
assistance of men and women in
"The second factor is that as
quickly as possible it organized for
the whole of Germany a central
committee, known as the 'Zentral
Ausschuss Der Deutschen Juden Pur
Hilfe und Aufbau." This commit-
tee represents practically all shades
of opinion in German life. Amongst
the organizations represented on the
committee are: Zentralstelle Fur
Judische Wirtschalftshile Palastine-
Aint. Central Vcrein-Detttscher Sta-
atsburger Judischen Glaubens, Zen-
tral Wohlfahrtsstelle Der Deiil.-chcn
Juden, Hiltsverein Der Deutschen
juden. Zionist ische Vereienigung
Fur Deutschland. Judische Geme-
This Zentral Ausschuss or com-
mittee is the clearing house and ex-
ecutive for all the work necessitated
by the frightful changes incidental
,o the new Germany. Its central
office is located in Berlin. It is
with this organization that the Joint
Distribution Committee in Amer-
ica has established contact and the
Joint Distribution Committee Is
convinced that its leaders, who list
amongst them such men as Dr. C.
Melchior, Rabbi Dr. Baeck. Lande-
richt.srat Dr. Lilienthal. Dipl. Ing.
Bruno Woyda, Dr. Georg Landauer.
Dr. Ludwig TietZ, Dr. Wiscnitzer.
Director Heinrich stahl. and its ad-
visors, amongst whom are Wilfried
Israel. Dr. Ludwig Wassermann.
Siegfried Wasserman, E. Dreyfus,
Hen- Eskeles, Dr. Berthold Isreal,
Prau Lola Hahn-Warburg, consti-
tute the best type of leadership that
can be had m Germany and give
assurance of the most efficient and
economical administration of all
funds collected both inside and out-
Mde Germany to meet the problem
"The Zentral Ausschuss has di-
vided its work into lour general
1. "Kuituramt der Deutschen Ju-
denCultural Bureau for German
Jews for the reestablishmenl ol
those who find their life work in
cultural fields absolutely cut off.
The cultural office must also work
out practically all school and edu-
2. "wohlahrtsaml der Deutschen
JudenCharitable Bureau tor Ger-
man Jews the reorganization of
such institutions and committees in
local German Jewish communities
which must deal with the increas-
ing load of charitable and social
help. This committee Is also re-
sponsible for the welfare ol the
youth, hygienic problems, and a
strict regimentation ol all charity
work, so that there will be no over-
lapping between communities and
3. "Wirtschaftsamt der Deutschen
Juden a dealing house tor eco-
nomic and industrial problems ol
the German Jews. The Wirtschaft-
samt must deal also with the ne-
cessity for helping people change
their callings and occupations, with
the problem of assistance and credit
and in securing legal aid and ad-
4. "Wandcrungsamt Immigra-
tion office This department is
subdivided into three working divi-
< a > Palestine office, dealing with
emigration to Palestine.
ib> Hillsvereien. dealing with
emigration and repatriation of Jews
to other European countries.
(C) A central office dealing wit I.
ether problems of Jewish emigra-
"The Wanderungsamt, must, of
course, deal with the rest of the di-
visions, (specially with Nos. 2 and
3. the Charitable Bureau and the
Economic and Industrial Clearing
House, and must be prepared to give
advice BS to costs of transportation,
costs of land purchase, wages, rent-
als, etc The Hllfsvereien must also
be in a position to advise Jews leav-
ing Germany and those returning to
heir East European home about
costs, business opportunities, etc.
"The above arrangement was
made possible largely by the tine
cooperation of the Zentral Verein
and the Zionist, organization for
Germany. These two organizations
have yielded to the Zentral Auss-
chuss all the powers which it need-
ed to carry on its important work
It cannot be denied that the work
undertaken by the Zentral Auss-
chuss is the one type of enterprise
which can bring direct advice, as-
sistance and encouragement to Jews
Inside Germany. It there were other
organizations capable of function-
Ing, it would be necessary to con-
cern oneself with them and Investi-
gate their credentials, but since the
German Jews have concentrated
their affairs in the Zentral Auss-
chuss. it is obvious that dealing with
Germany is greatly simplified.
'Tlie Joint Distribution Commit-
tee feels confident that the Zentral
Ausschuss will carry on witii all
caution and reserve and that it can
do the work effectively. At no time
will the Joint Distribution Commit-
tee have an amount of money in
Germany larger than the amount
needed to meet the immediate ne-
cessities. There need be no fear ol
losses to contributors, and every as-
surance can honestly and readily
be given that at the first prospect
of such loss, efficient steps to se-
cure I he monies can readily be
Many a bull at the stock exchange
is a bear at home.
No, Lester, an old hen never fears
opposition from the eggplant.
Every time a man plays at the
game of love he tries to cheat.
"MOVE WE ADJOURN."
When I'm weary of argument wordy
And tired of continuous debate.
When the speaker like some hurdy
Which carries on early and late,
Keeps up a monotonous bellow-
On lessons I don't want to learn.
Tis then I give cheen tor the fellow
Who rises and moves to adjourn.
There are motions to lay on the
There are motions for this and toi
And I stick jus! as long as I'm able
And hark to the chatterer's chat.
I stand for the rising thanks motion
For the one who ha done a goon
But my friend is the chap with the
To get up and move to adjourn
There are some who like papers aiu,
And open discussions of things;
'The heights some new orator
The lesson and message he brings.
But eacJi his own fancy must cling
What one chooses others may
So simple tribute I sing to
The other who moves to adjourn'
N. I. R. A., N. I. R. A.. Oh how I
love you. N. I. R. A.
You won't let the basses hire a
Man, not let 'em fire a
Man without you're willing.
They can't cut 'em off without a
N. I. R. A. You are just what I de-
Fixin' things in Washington.
Gee. Wliiz. Won't we all have fun
With N. I. R. A.
The bare backs seen on our
beaches are pointed to as other
places where a national, or at least
a personal re-covery act might be
put in force.
Your charm is in your eloquence.
Neither of word nor wit.
But in the language of love's fire
With which your eyes are lit.
Persuade me. then, with platitude.
Wherein no peril lies.
I can resist the plea of words.
But not the plea of eyes.
Many pretty bathing beauties are
shown with most of their backs fac-
ing the camera. Either they haven't
thl nerve to lull lace the camera oi
they think newspaper reader
haven't the nerve to look.
He knows not the value of flow-
ers who never botany
The judge often gets a man's mis-
deeds down to a fine point.
Happy is the rounder who has no
wile to square lumsell with.
When a man is In love it Is aw-
fully hard to interest him in your
One can learn more about anat-
omy at a bathing beach in a day
than the old family doctor acquired
in 25 years' general practice.
why is assistance so freely offer-
ed to people who don't need it?
A good wife maketh a good hus-
band; the bad ones areall sell-
Sense of touch consists ot know-
ing just when to strike for a loan.
Isaac, a small shopkeeper, much
to the astonishment ol hi I
bors, suddenly decorated his show
window with a gorgeous new blind.
It was the sensation ol the Street
and few of his friends failed to
make some remark to him about it.
"Nice blind you have there, i aai
"How much did it cost you?"
"It didn't cos) me a cent. My cus-
tomers paid for it
"What! Your customers paid for
it! How come!"
"Well. Aaron. I put a little box
on my counter, marked "For the
Blind,' and in two weeks it was paid
Fortunate is the man who takes
a wife for better or worse and strikes
a happy medium.
If a man's head is filled with wis-
dom, he doesn"t have to use his
mouth as a safety valve.
When a spendthrift begins to wor-
ry about his debts, it's a sure sign
that his liver is out of order.
When the economical housewife
casts her stale bread into the wa-
ters the result is bread pudding.
The cannibal king of the Mambas
assures Britain that he has given
up the habit of eating small boys.
Youth, it appears, will no longer be
Anti-repeal leader says prohibi-
tion speakers should popularize their
remarks by making more wise
cracks. Does this mean we are to
have some dry humor?
The hand is the index to charac-
ter. We note it raised on the high-
way, held out on the street corner,
behind a politician's back in a
speakeasy, over a girl's heart when
she is in love, and in a man's pock-
et when she gets married.
The Trojan war was fought over a
woman. However, there have been
others fought as the result of Miss
Now there's five Marx brothers.
Gummo having joined the tribe. He
has been a tailor, but that didn't
A tax collector in Hungary ac-
cepted 525 ducks in settlement of a
long-standing account. He insisted
it seems, on a little down.
Mrs. Knowall took a great inter-
est in the doings of all the neigh-
bors. It was a great day for her
when a new arrival came to the
house on the opposite side ol th.e
street, and she watched with inter-
est as the furniture was removed
from the van and carried into the
"Well," said her husband, when
he returned from business in the
evening, "have you lound out
thing about the social standil
the new folks across the street?"
"Not yet." was the reply "Thej
have no car."
"Yes. and they have no pom. nc
phonograph, no radio, and not ever
a grand piano. I can't Imagini
what they have got.'"
"Humph." remarked friend hus-
band, sardonically. "Perhaps they
have a bank account."
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. August 4, 1933.
Rairtfl dunaqon lUiUrttn
Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
* Sunday Mornings
SUNDAY. JULY 30. 1933
VHOD, Miami, Iloriha *
leaving Orlando every Saturday
evening to join their wives and
.... who are spending the sum-
i' Daytona Beach.
No. 14 .;.
"Let Us Fast"
Scripture Reading;, baton, Chapter x. Verses l-::. Incl.
THER1 two major fa i Ish calendarthe Day of
At0,.. ... Nintl : \ The former is a day of personal
on: the latter 1 a day ot national retrospection. Tomorrow
will read the Book of Lamentations,
he loss of the Temple, of ancient autonomy and glory,
and will entei .; n a .'4-hour fast. On the ninth of Abh. 587 B. C. E..
remple, built by Solomon. On the
year 70. C E.. the Romans burned the Second
:. built on the site of the for:: pie, by the Jews
:ied from the Babylonian exile under Zerubbabel. W ta
thai ::. mi mi ilni of our
and ruin to
,;, laid by both the Babylonian and the Roman
of their wars on Judea. the inhabitants of the city
oi Jei iffered privation and hungi
that, some day, brought to a lull realization of the
ifferini ol our own martyi ... P to the path of
way and His will.
Th- Jewish youth, new currents in Judaism, ask, "Why should we
.. Templi yed? That Is so far back and li
p : pn enl I will let that claim stand.
I will permit you to forget the dim past. It was war. And. Shi
was right. To the victor belong the spoils. The Babylonians won. The
Romans had a superior army. That was not be cry-babies.
Lets take u on the chin. But what ot the present'.' What name have
you for a condition such as exists in Germany today? A madman chal-
lenge- thi icture of civilization, the accomplishment of generations of
climbing from the barbarism of robber-barons to the enlightenment of
.,; structures.and. defies the rest ol the human family.
shall we -ay. successfully?
What name have you for a condition which, by a stroke of the pen.
makes erl il 600.0OO human beings, depriving them not alone 01 theii
rned possessions, but also of the right and privilege to engage
m gainful employment? What excuse can you offer for that? When, in
the natural forward march of an army, it violated neutral territory, the
world was shocked and steps were taken to check the progress of the in-
vader. Though it was war, the aggressor was made to understand that
In humane laws must not be trampled under foot and considered
mere "scraps of paper."
The despot has not been satisfied to deprive the Jews of Germany
of all their rights. He has lorbidden them to cry out in their anguish.
gagged. They were forced to retract rumors and reports of
tin persecution. But, visiting Christians, who witnessed the atrocities
committed by Hitler's hordes, were aroused, and, upon their return to !
native lands, they told of the true state of affairs. Escaping refu-
gees bora upon their bodies the proof, in scars and welts. The world
knew the truth.
You don't want to fa.st in memory of the destruction of the Temple?
Doi do it. You can't feel the plight of your ancestors, some 1860 or
more years ago? That is possible. But. can you be blind and dumb to
the plight : your brother-, contemporaries? 1 ou that the suf-
Ol -ix hundred thousand human beings, today, is a fit subject for
;i fast day.
How can this generation explain to posterity its passiveness to the
conditl in Germany? Did Hitler stop with the Jews? Ho.
II' Intim Catholics, but. fortunately for them, the Catholic
,md the Pope intervened and some concessions were made.
tation? No. The teachings of the
ni church were not to the liking ol the madman. Tin- church,
founded on the old Testament, taught justice and righteousness, That
might prove a hindrance to the plans ol Hitler, ergo, the Protestant
church m Germany, through intimidation, was compelled to place itself
Nazi control. Religious influence Is no more, it must be
political influence. The madman raves on, and rides roughshod over
everything holy, what name have you foi uch a condition?
If the n tlon ol the destruction ol the Temples, the First
Churbon and the Second Churbon.have been dimmed by the
to thmk ol the plight of our ci ... lists in Germany. A
sigh heaved In sympathy is ol no avail. A feai hod over the reports
01 then- sufferii em no relief. We need 10 be impressed with
1 I their plight. We must undergo, in -ome measure, the
irround them and that afflict the persecuted ol Germany
v'' 1 cannot ibjecl 11 ell to the humiliation and abuse bj n
and by officials; you will not permll your business to be plundered and
ibbed, just for the sake ol realism: but, you cai
ting oi hunger, you can tasl on Tisho BeAbh, Refrain from food
and drink for 24 hour.-. From Monday night, tomorrow night, until sun-
in Tuesday, you should abstain from anj nourishment. Afti
u will be readj nd to an appeal for funds for the
reliel il Germany 01 for any other needy cau
A Yido. .i, wisdom, "Dei zottei leibl nil dem
1 believe the hungry one. it ..
.oie to properly conceive ol hunger alter you ha'
full meal. Thi nervi of youi ii mnol Impn the mental
picture nor cai raical and distinctive "hun pain
Wl an We will do
our bll toward- alleviatir thi
brothers when the time is ripe. A meeting to discu foi b cam-
locally h* been called to be held al the Beth David Talmud
Torah tonight, at eight. We do not want to act with undue haste and
Rabbi A. s Kli Ii fi Id, spiritual
ion Bnai Israi I,
St. Petersburg, I
week at Miami Beach,
where he will remain lor another
Miss Annabelle Jacob- ol 1334
Tenth ave., south, is spending sev-
1 ks al Miami. Pla., whi n
1 Movable time,
m Bd Goldman and daughter
ther Ol 1068 15th ave.. north.
are anticipating Ii avin toi Chicago
hortly ... attend the World's
A n gular meeting of Congn
MuiiBnai Israel took place on Wed-
m day evening, August 2. Import-
ant matters relating to the High
!! Ildaj Wl : e taken up.
Mr. Nat Abrams and Mr. Al
Blaskey, newcomers to Orlando.
: avi |USt opened a new shop here
under the name Of Keystone Auto
Rev. B. Safer officiated at the
bris milah of the baby born to Dr.
and Mrs. Snyder of Jacksonville
Dr. Jack Safer, the son of Rev.
and Mrs. E, Safer ot this city, visit-
re, having completed his In-
terneship al a Baltimore hospital.
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder and
director oi the Radio Synagogue,
will preach over WIOD at 10 o'clock
on Sunday morning on "Trade
Codes and the Mosaic Code In ad-
dition to the sermon there will be
prayers, scripture reading, and a
Miss Pauline Jacobson. former
::t of Orlando now living in
Gainesville. Is visiting her friend.
Miss Ruth Esther Rosen.
Mr. Nathan Falk. who left on a
business trip to New York recently.
is expected back in Orlando next
Mr. and Mrs. L. Kamenoil have
as their guests their two nieces.
Misses Sophie and Rebecca Wo'.f.
from Johnston. S. C.
Mr. M. Labellman just returned
from the World's Fair and ;
thai there were three time- as many
people at the Florida exhibit as an]
other state exhibit.
Mr Sol Samuels is at 1ms home
now after a serious operation at the
Orange General hospital.
Mi-- Sylvia Roth spent Monday
in Orlando. Miss Roth is vacation-
ing at Daytona Beach lor the sum-
Mr. Wm. Berkowitz. Mr. Jimmy
Baker and Mr. Kottleman are seen
Sorrow and Tears
'Continued from last wick'
No exception is admitted here.
With every other people on the globe
a few noble and outstanding indi-
viduals are taken as the criterion of
the merit and culture of the group;
only in the case of the Jews are all
judged by the basest. And the hot-
bed of these machinations, the fo-
cus of infection has been and is
That hurts. This wonderful coun-
try, this incomparable nation! It
would not let me rest even if I were
no Jew: I am sure I would not be
able to rid myself of the sting, the
reproach, the call of conscience, the
feeling of a festering wound in the
body of the nation. But fate has
made me a Jewthat is. a man who
will give all his powers, his blood
and his soul, his life and his fu-
ture life in order to reach a state of
balance. Can you. then, wonder
that the idea of justice hangs over
him like an empyreal flame?
without preparation. We should not delay until alter we have deliber-
ated the advisability oi acting now or later. The committee has a grave
responsibility which must not be worn lightly. Anyone interested should
attend tonight. By all means let us lastbut. let us back up our pray-
ers and fasting with action. The shedding ol human blood must -top;
even If that blood Is the blood ol Jews. Hitler must be taught that
tin Jew is not a public target.
For your health's sake, drink .
Kuppiner I DARK I
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L. (Pop) GERSON
Buyer of all kinds of scrap1
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m The Very KineM of Sole Leather
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FARMERS Cl'RB MARKET
S. \V. :>nd Ave. and Bridge
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Kodak Finiahing and F.nlartinc
Commercial Work and Home Portraita
50% Off on All Amateur Work
212 N. E. 4th St. Phone 2-5JK5
.New,and Factorv Rebuilt
Portables. $29.50 lo $60.00
B. \V. THACKER. Local Dealer
1110 N. K. 2nd St. Phone 2-0115
U.lfi Washington Ave.. Miami Reach
Friday, August 4, 1933.
THE JEWISH FLORIDI AN
West Palm Beach
Mr. and Mrs. A. Herschkorn and
nicer. Regina Jacoby. left for New
York last Tuesday to spend a vaca-
Mr. and Mrs. J. Moss and son re-
turned to the city after having
spent sometime in Miami.
Mrs. H. Gold and Mrs. A. Dobrow
spent several days In Pahokee.
Mr. Joe H. Lesser, prominent
communal worker and attorney, re-
turned to the city after having
spent sometime in Rome, Ga., and
in Chicago. Mrs. Lesser remained
in Rome to spend the remainder of
Mrs. J. Gold, who was the house
guest of her brother and sister-in-
law. Mr. and Mrs. I. Gold, return-
ed to her home in Daytona Beach.
An important meeting of the Jew-
ish Welfare Board of the Palm
I W. Flagler at 8lh Phone 2-3352
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| Sunday-Monday, August 6-7
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Beaches was held at Schwartzberg
hall last Wednesday when impor-
tant matters were acted on.
Mrs. S. Shutzer was hostess to a
meeting of the Beth El Sisterhood
recently when important business
was acted on. A social hour fol-
lowed the meeting.
Mrs. L. Shutzer and daughters
left by motor for Newark. N. J.,
where they will visit relatives and
Miss Adeline Goldstein left for a
two-month visit to St. Petersburg.
Tampa and Ashevllle, where she
will visit relatives and friends.
Mrs. S. Shutzer will be hostess at
a benefit card for Beth El Sister-
hood next Sunday evening at the
Monterey Hotel when prizes will be
awarded for high scores and re-
freshments will be served.
Beth Israel Sisterhood is plan-
ning a picnic for members and
friends to be held Thursday after-
noon. August 10, and a benefit card
party on August 18, according to an
announcement at the meeting of
the Sisterhood, which was held at
.Schwartzberg hall with Mrs. S. A.
Goldstein presiding. The card party
will be held at the home of Mrs. I.
Cold in Palm Beach.
A vsa^JTO^J UAL
Greetings and Salutations:
Yes. I feel very jubilant for some
reason or other. Perhaps it's be-
cause I'll be going home before long.
But. a new Joan is going home to
try to win back her long last boy
friend. Yes, a new Joan with lovely
soft hands, a lovely complexion, and
a new knowledge of how to improve
on nature, is going home. The old
hoy ii. TURNER. Prat)-
111! 8. W. illh SI. Phone 2-.-.63I
20 lbs. Rough Dry, $1.00
Flat Work Finished
Capable "Schoched" with
proper "Kabbalah"; must
j|bt' single: will pay salary
Hand furnish room and*
_')(>ai(l. Apply to
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Ybor City, Tampa, Fla. a
PLAYING AT THE
71II AVE. THEATRE
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Rciniart Lumber Yards, Inc.
We have everything to build anything
CORAL GABLES OFFICE: Phone Evergreen 555
LITTLE RIVER BRANCH: Phone Edgewater 1166
COCONUT GROVE BRANCH: Phone Bay view 274
MIAMI SHORES BRANCH: Phone Edgewater 1117
Joan with the ugly blemished skin
and the mouselike appearance got
last in New, I don't regret to inform
you. Oh. I have such a different
outlook on lifeI'm just not the
same person. I've lost that inferi-
ority complex because I always felt
that I was so unattractive. But.
don't get excited because I'll be
here a few more weeks. Rita lias ;\
few more Improvements to make on
me. She's been so wonderful to me
and I know I shall miss her dread-
fully but she's promised to come and
I me real soon,
in your last letter you mentioned
the fact that it all sounded well
on paper but that there were so
many things to do and take care of
that you could hardly find time. In
a way that's true and, then again,
it's not. I have a regular daily
beauty routine to follow and then I
set aside a few hours or an hour
one day a week for special beauty
treatments as manicures, face packs.
My daily schedule is something
like this: When I first get up and
alter my shower. I cleanse my face
with a liquid cleanser as your face
doesn't get very dirty at night and
the liquid cleanser will be sufficient.
Then I make up and my morning
beauty treatment i-s complete. Sim-
ple, isn't it?
During the day I usually cleanse
my face thoroughly with cream at
least one time and apply a fresh
makeup. Of course, you wipe the
surplus cream off with a tonic be-
fore applying your makeup.
At night before I go to bed I ap-
ply my cleansing cream and then
wash, it off with soap and water. My
skin is inclined to be dry so I fol-
low this with a skin food which I
usually leave on while I take my
bath or about 20 minutes. While I
have the cream on I rub a little into
my hands and elbows. Be sure to
wipe the cream off thoroughly as
it's not necessary to leave any on
After brushing my hair and tak-
ing a few deep breaths of fresh air
I'm ready for bed. my beauty treat-
men) finished for the day. and very
little time lost.
Well. Pat. there isn't really any
news of interest to relate to you.
New York still awes me and thrills
me and I hope to come back some
time in the near future with a cer-
tain someone. But. until then. I'm
still, Just JOAN.
A meeting of representatives of
many local Jewish organizations
was held at the Beth David Ta!mud
Torah hall last Sunday night de-
spite the inclement weather. Be-
I cause of the unauthorized news item
| that appeared in one of the local
dailies last Sunday morning a num-
ber of representatives were under
the impression that the campaign
had been postponed. The German
relief campaign was discussed and
because of certain matters which
had arisen, the campaign was tem-
porarily delayed until instructions
could be received from the national
headquarters of the Joint Distribu-
tion committee. Pull details will
appear in our next week's issue.
When a spendthrift begins to wor-
ry about his debts, it's a sure sign
that his liver is out of order.
The hand is the index to charac-
ter. We note it raised on the high-
way, held out on the street corner,
behind a politician's back in a
speakeasy, over a girl's heart when
she is in love, and in a man's pock-
et when she gets married.
Cole's Shoe Shop
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1233 WEST FLAGLER ST.
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To Be Provided
All star teams from the Miami
and Miami Beach diamond ball
leagues will meet at Flamingo park
Sunday evening, August 13, when a
contest will be played which should
afford an excellent evening of en-
tertainment. Proceeds of the game
to which an admission charge will
be made, will be used for the pur-
chase of a trophy, which will be
awarded annually to the champion
of the two leagues. The trophy will
be awarded in memory of the late
Ernie Weinkle. who died last year
during a basket ball game in Fort
Lauderdale while a member of the
team of the Hebrew Athletic club.
Ernie, who was the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Weinkle. active com-
munal workers of this city, was one
of the most popular Jewish ath-
letes in the entire state.
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Our Fish are the freshest Caught by our own boats daily
If it is Sea Food, we have it at its very best, and at attractively
low prices. Our method of handling and selling Sea Food is in ob-
servance with all the sanitary rules and regulations.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. August 4, 1933.
merit In England
Continued from page one'
stacle of tlie marvelous racial solid-
arity of the dispersed people and
varying kind- ol Jews, who con-
sciously or unconsciously, form a
screen and supply part of the offen-
sive forces ot the revolutionaries.
Of the power thus wielded an indi-
|g now a Horded by the rally-
i (ii the press ol all
political shades In all countrii
communists and in-
explainin I -
means ol maintaining the solii
of tin d people in all mat-
ti racial interest."
Which the author sho W 'he
Ul by den:
the plan laid down
in thi the undermin-
ing by the Jews Mas. nil B'nal
B'rith ol Gi ntlli dominion iMa>
not think this harmless
and il for to do so is to
ignore the forces working behind
the movement and the present eco-
nomic and political collapse which
as an incentive for such Fas-
md anti-Semitic medieval agi-
It is a matter ol record that the
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I'.isnst organizations in England
have increased their membership
from 15,000 In 1925 to 1.000.000 or
more in 1933.
It is axiomatic that Fascism draws
its substance from economic col-
lapse general chaos and communist
agitation. The large d, satisfied
massi Of unemployed, especially
the youth In the provinces, serve as
good material lor Fascist propa-
in a letter to the -Daily Herald"
(England's most widely circulated
that during the last two weeks many
ol my friends di voti d all oi their
time to the Pa
md like ants. nli I
:: :. :,. |: :r. the Whitl C l-
lar lim military I
ranks for fi ar ol a labor and
: ship, The women in the
Lancashire d trict an spli ndid ma-
ecci imic situation ol tin
most ij consi i ative, is
ttei off. fl openly attacks the
institutions and d< clan
their Institutions to be a perfi I
eel Ion it is Import an'
in mention the Siamese twin brother
Fascismanti-Semitism. It is its
. imperative. Inasmu !. as
thi Ji wi ai '' d a elthi t n
ternational bankers or communists.
And accordingly both must be exter-
minated. In the slums Jews among
the land-owning sectionsand they
form a goodly numberare singled
out as Ol '1 a:tack.- by the Fas-
ho IV( compiled a bla*k-
;. proprietors for pur]
it thi boice bt -ween a
dictatorship and a Pa -
the latter accord:.
Pi Harold J Laskl, 'see his Crisis
of Den would b< pn I
he Ei nee It is
. :. nationalism and pa
IW three Fascist >:-
I. The Pal ue,
.: rhe Imp rial P 1st Lea n
3 Thi B
All i dly anti-
With the motto. 'Britain for the
British," a certain Col Gordon, to-
gether with a few reactionary patri-
ots, organized the Patriotic League
in 1905, simultaneously with the in-
flux of political refugees. Their
anti-Jewish and anti-Alien |
ganda carried on for years, proved
so effective that thanks to them, the
"Alien Act" of 1913. aimed to r-
immigration was passed. And
since, the League was thrown Into
oblii li whi n again in 1924. the left
wing "i the MacDonald party be-
mi ~i active, thi I( ague re-
It was at this time that an
I corpi thi ImpT! '
British Pascisl cami Into
ne very in-
laron Among thi i
ton, Col. C. Erie Canip-
(..:. Blai ki Maj. Dra
ind Col. 11
The third and youngest Fas* is:
organization 19311 is headed by Sii
d Mosley. wealthy political ad-
. : irer ol aristocratic descent, and
inn and ability.
To learn the exact state of Br't-
ish Fascism, the writer contacted the
central offices ol these organize -
equilibrium, his deep-rooted demo- the brown shirt persecution. He
eratic institutions, plus his love for had hop"d eventually to resume his
parliamentarian order, municipal p.actice. a hope which he aban-
self-control, freedom of the press doned as he observed the ini r b
and speech and assembly, together ing stringency of anti-Semitic
with a non-existent mass psychosis measures,
may all counteract any Fascist ---------------------------
Israels fate therefore is closely in-
tertwined with the three great re-
maining democracies of the west
BELIEF FOR JEWS.
About the World
DECLINES TO ACCEPT
London. Chancellor Adolf Hit-
ler, through his a tents, united Sam-
uel Untermyer, noted New York
lawyer and Jewish leader, to come
to Berlin to see him. but Untermyer
declined the Invitation, the London
Sunday Express reveals in an inter-
view with the veteran jurist. Mr.
Untermyer. who will preside at the
boycott conference to be held at
Amsterdam, said that present plans
call for the establishment of a per-
ChlCBgO, The Interna-
tional Congress of Women stood
pledged today to a program to bring
relief from alleged persecutions suf-
fered by Jews in Germany.
The congress composed of dele-
gates from 30 nationsdecided Its
stand on the German-Jewish ques-
tion in a vote yesterday Immediati -
ly alter adoption of a main:.
calling for a second woman's mov
men! to better world conditions | .
both men and women.
The women, called into session by
the National Council of Women. In-
dorsed the disarmament conference
scheduled for October and added a
word that drastic curtailment ol
arms was nei ssary to the peace of
When the economical hou
easts her stale bread into tin v. I
lions From tlie information gat*.- .
:ered. one may conclude that: then manent bureau at Amsterdam from ters the result bread pudding
is wide dissension among them; thai which central agency
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each claims a membership of half a
million: and that from 10 to 30 per
cent ol them pay l> cents per month
dues; and that from the manner
and form in which they conduct
themselves they appear to the aver
age Englishman a big joke.
From Col. Lesse, secretary of the
National Fascist Party of Great
Britain and Linturn-Olman, the
writer was assured that they wen
offered a substantial sum by ('.('.-
man Chancellor Adolf Hitler, but
refused on the ground that they op-
pose unlike Mosley's organization
"who gets his Instructions and bap-
tism from the premier of Rome.'
an International movement. To thi
question whether the above corpor-
ation is anti-Semitic, Col. Lesse an-
swered: "The aim of our anti
Semitism Is to pul an end to the In-
fluence ol Ji wish capital and de-
struction of Jewish B'nai B'rith Ma-
0 .: on anization is anti-
ini:.i, thi country and you can-
no! rid "i them. The only fit-
ting place we could -end them I
Madagascar Ann this o
p.uiil to defraj the experts
ansplantlng thi English Jews.'
Despite the dissension between
thi Pascisl factions, Sir Oswald
made si eral overtun s to consoli-
date all these forces, and in return
loi his financial backing, he want
ii becomi the factual dictator of the
and the control of their
This has thus far beer, n -
I used From the Mosley hcadquar-
.iii the other hand, this writer
assured ol a 500,000 "indexed"
membership. They are ardent fol-
01 Mussolini and they bellevi
Iso that Hitler is the actual savioi
i. plte the protestations ol Maj
Wright, political representative ol
Sir Oswald, that they are not anii-
Semltes, their official organ. "The
black-shirt," is lull ol malicious lies
pgainst Jews. Doran, member ol
menl from the wealthy con-
:;iviieiicy oi Nottingham, perhaps
the outstanding and certainly
among the most rabid anti-Semiti
[fectual in propai an-
dizing against Jews his utterance!
attaining the pitch of accusing Jew-
ry of committing all the "seven sin
undi r the
To speak ol an organized I
movement in England Is a bit to i
early. Certainly there are the mak-
0l such a movement and the
I onditlons conducive to it.
On the oilier hand, thi
Inherent social and pol I
throughout the world will be organ-
ized in a comprehensive boycott.
DR. FKF.YMI'TII. NOTED
ParisDr. Arnold Freymuth. fa-
mous German Jewish lawyer, who
was one of the foremost political
figures in the country before the
Nazi regime, committed suicide here
in despair of ever returning to Ger-
many, His wife joined him in the
act of self-destruction. Freymuth
had come here recently to
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I 240 N. E. First Ave. I
Day in and day out -with-
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and we help it to grow be-
We Pay 5 Interest
VINCENT It. BRICE, Manager,
105 N. E. First Ave..
TO MY LOYAL CUSTOMERS
i am bo grateful for our President's National Recovery Admin-
istration and his wonderful leadership -that I want to tell you not
in a spiril ol boastfulni bul the "widow giving her
Last Week We Did the Following:
Left Store Hours 66 hours weekly. Reduced
Employes to 40 hours weekly. That is8 hours
daily, 5 days per week, and hired one new clerk.
Minimum wages $18. Maximum $35 weekly.
And this week we have actually lowered prices. In other words.
we are no! making a nel profit on replacement. Our cost today's
market on Wheat Bran i- SI 33 per bag. Today's selling price
$1.26. Laying Mash, best made, would figure 12.45, cost$2.65
selling price. In other words, my rising labor costs are charged
to reserves and profits, instead oi selling price
This MUST NOT be eon-:: drive against a WEAKER
employer; nor B pattern !or a STRONGER employer. To them I
say. Let's all do our BEST. ANGELS can do no more!''
I will hire right soon. 0 Warehouse man with SALES ambi-
tion and a Senior Poultry Feed Salesman "STOP! LOOK1
LISTEN!: I sell for cash and FEW SALESMEN can ni:-'.te the
And now just a word to my CUSTOMERS who have SO
loyally brought their (sometimes meager) cash and bought their
requirements from me, during my recent bereavement, sick-
.md now convalescent periodMay I thank you from the bot-
tom of my heart and assure you that there are better times ahead
for you. in the prices ol milk and e
To the President of the United States of America1
I THANK you for your COURAGEOUS LEADER
SHIP! Ii is now our DUTY, by FAITH, to follow you
to ;i successful CONCLUSION of your efforts.
he SELLS FEED
290 N. E. 79th St. Little River. Fla.