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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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I J.OKID/VS ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
Vol. 6. No. 33.
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. AUGUST 18. 1933.
Price Five Cents
Jewish News
About the World
Wassermann Autobiography
to Heal witli Nazi Mas
. York, n. Y. a revised edi-
: the autobiography of Jacob
>rman, internationally famous
i : t: ..n Jewish novelist who.se
an now taboo In Germany,
. be published in the tall. Wass-
. : iann's life story, first issued In
1921, has been rewritten In the
light "i the present conditions in
Germany. The 1921 edition discuss-
ed the anti-Semitic prejudice in
Germany when Wassermann was a
boy. The title of the book will be
"My Life as German and Jew."
Noted Rabbi
To Speak Here
Boycott Of Nazis Club Sponsors Noted Firms
Jewish Juvenile Delinquency
Drops in New York
New York. N. Y. Jewish Juve-
nile delinquency in New York City
di creased by 33 percent in the last
eleven years a.s a direct result of
the activities of Jewish communal
welfare and character-building in-
stitutions, according to a report is-
sued by Dr. John Slawson. executive
director of the Jewish Board 'of
Guardians. The report is based on
a study of children's court arraign-
ments during the last llyears. The
report points out that while the
total number of arraignments dur-
ing the period showed an increase
Of 1.392. Jewish cases were reduced
by 437. Jewish juvenile delinquents
represented 22.07 percent of the to-
tal delinquents in 1922. the first
year of the survey while last year
this percentage was reduced to 14.6
percent.
Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom ol
Montgomery, Ala., will arrive here
today to deliver a series ol addresses
al the Miami Jewish Orthodox con-
ition, 1545 S. w. 3rd -i on
Jewish education and problem
fronting present-day Jewry. Rabbi
Rosenbloom, who is a graduate of
the Chicago Theological Seminary,
is a speaker of note and well known
in the rabbinate. He will deliver
the tirst address al special services
in the synagogue at 8:30 p. m to-
night, to which the public is in-
vited. Saturday morning the Rabbi
Will preach in Yiddish between the
Shachris and Musof services. Sun-
day evening the Rabbi will deliver
the final address al a time and
place that will be announced to-
night at the services.
Athletic Club
Changes Name
Found Effective
Free Dance
stew Migration From Germany May
Last Fifty Yean, Leader Says
On Arrival Here.
Nathan Straus' Nephew
to Marry Christian
Interlaken. N. Y.-Intermarriage
will claim another member of the
famous Straus family when Ralph
I. Straus, son of Percy S. Straus,
president of R. H. Macy <*: Co.. and
ol the late Nathan Straus
and grandson of the late Isidor
Straus, is married to Miss Matilda
Bradford Day. daughter of Mr. ad
Mis. Dwight Huntington Day of
Interlaken. The wedding will take
place in All Saint Church. Interla-
ken on August 31. The bride is a
descendant of Wilfam Bradford,
second governor of the Plymouth
colony.
The Hebrew Athletic club at a
meeting held in the clubrooms last
Wednesday night by an overwhelm-
ing majority adopted a resolution to
c hange the name ol the organiza-
tion to the Young Men's Hebrew
Association and to affiliate with the
national association. The club,
which was formed nearly two years
ago. has broadened its original
scope and with the new name pro-
() branch out tin work of the
.alien to include general com-
munity center work in the city Al
i lie present tune it has a girls' di-
vision and with'the beginning of
the winter season will undertake a
series of cultural endeavors in ad-
dition to the athletic activities it is
now fostering.
Nazis Oust Envoy for Jewish
Ancestry
Berlin. Because of his Jewish
origin. Heinrich von Kauffman,
Cierman minister to the Argentine,
has been recalled by the Hitler gov-
ernment. Dr. Walter Zechlin. Ger-
man ambassador to Germany, who
recently protested the Jewish boy-
cott of German goods in Mexico,
has also been recalled because of
his previous prominence as a Socia-
list.
Christian Mission Trues Pro-
motion of Jewish Judge
New York. N. Y.Magistrate
Louis B. Brodsky has earned the
unique distinction of being recom-
mended for appointment as chief
justice of the new Family Court by
the Protestant Episcopal Mission
Society. Rev. L. E. Sutherland, sup-
erintendent of the mission on
Bleecker Street, has written to May-
or O'Brien saying that the contact
his organization has had withMag-
istrate Brodsky had convinced him
of the magistrate's worth and un-
derstanding of human problems and
his fine social vision.
Final Dance
Contest Sunday
The fourth and final of a series
of dance contests held this season
will be given by the Junior Council
of Jewish Women at the Tropical
Jungle Gardens Sunday evening,
August 20. when the winners of the
previous contests will compete for
the beautiful loving cup which will
be awarded to the winning couple.
In addition to Uie dancing a floor
show has been provided and a very
interesting evening is promised
Mrs. Mae Levine is chairman of the
committee in charge of arrange-
ments.
The bo; ;in t German
goods, among Jews a.- well as non-
Jews, has spread over all Kurop
and thousands of Jews are still
continuing to escape from Hltlei
and Hitlerism, Samuel A. Frommer
of Indianapolis said Wednesday on
his return on the steamer Staten-
miiii ol the Holland-America Line.
He made a month's investigation
in Europe.
Mr. Frommer, who is president of
the advertising agency of Samuel
Frommer Company of Indianapolis,
a member of the Chicago Stock Ex-
Change, and secretary of the Indi-
anapolis Welfare Fund, conducted
his investigation in conjunction
with the Bnai Brith and the Ameri-
can Jewish Joint Distribution Com-
mittee.
FOUND TRADE
BADLY HURT.
Despite reports to the contrary,
emanating from Nazi headquarters,
the loss of trade to Germany has
been terrific." said Mr. Frommer.
Jews and non-Jews throughoui
Europe are showing their resent
incut of Hitler's policy of extermi-
nation by boycotting German good.
Ol every description.
The boycott has gone so tar that
the officials of Algiers, in northern
Africa, ret used admittance to a
large German liner carrying more
than ">oo tourists, on the grounds
that the ship flew the swastika
flag, and the Algiers authorities
would not recognize it.
"In Portugal. Greece, Yugoslavia.
Egypt. Italy. Switzerland. France,
Holland and England the boycott
is lowly but surely strangulating
German export trade. Iii Amster-
dam I met Alois Miedl. a friend ol
Hitler's, a leading industrialist, and
one of the heads of the Nazi propa-
ganda forces in Holland. He told
me that, with the cooperation of
the American government, some-
thing could be done to lessen the
stringency of the regulations against
the Jews in Germany, and at the
same time, save some of the Ger-
man foreign trade, which he admit-
ted was slipping fast.'"
SHOWS BOY-
COTT I'OSTKRS.
Mr. Frommer displayed various
small posters or stickers, used in
Holland in the German boycotl
campaign, such as "Do not employ
German servants." "Do not patron-
ize German firms." and "Beware ol
the propaganda of Nazi spies."
"The atrocities against Jews in
the smaller towns of Germany have
not ceased." Mr. Frommer contin-
ued. "Out of a total of about 2.-
(Continued on page six)
The girls' Installation dance spon-
sored by the Young Men Hebrew
Association, formerly 'he Hebrew
Athletic Club, will be held tiiis com-
ing Sunday evening, August 20. be-
ginning at 8 p. 111 and will be In-
to the public. Till:, is belli- done tO
afford the public an opportunity to
see the Clubrooms and 'o give 'lie
girls' division, recently organized
encouragement to further work. Re-
freshments will be served aand a
floor show will be provided at the
clubrooms. where the dance 1 be
ing held.
Noted Cantor
Is Robbed
Thieves entering the home of
Cantor M. Kaminsky, who has been
spending the past few months in
Miami, last Monday night obtained
the sum of one hundred and seventy
dollars which the Cantor kept in
his trousers pocket in the bedroom
of his home. Entry was made
through jimmying one of the doors
of the house. No clues to the thieves
have yet been obtained.
Cantor Kaminsky has been a
noted figure in the Jewish musical
world, particularly in the field ol
litumy. and occupied many pulpits
both ill this country and abroad.
He retired some years ago to enter
the field of teaching, having as his
pupils such noted cantors as Mi red
cai Hershman, Shlisky and others.
Miami's cantors have also studied
with him durum the past years
Conference To
Be Held Soon
Final plans lor the formation of
a state-wide, conferjence of nil
Jewish organizations in Florida
are now being completed. The
conference will be held in Miami
sometime in October, according to
present plans and will be attended
by three delegates from each or-
ganlzation, A number of promi-
nent rabbis and lay speakers will
deliver address on subjects of vital
interest to Florida Jewry. The
question of whether or not a wo-
man's auxiliary is to be formed at
the same time has not yet been dis-
cussed. Active in the movement is
Rabbi Adolph Burger of the Ro-
deph Sholom congregation of Tam-
pa. The organization committee
will meet in Miami the early part
of September, at which time the
agenda for the conference will be
approved and the meeting place de-
termined.
LEST WE FORGET
In carrying out the custom to extend greetings to fellow Jews and to receive felicitations from
their non-Jewish rriends on the occasion of the New Year. iRosh llashonol. through the medium of
the Jewish paper, we respectfully urge upon the people of Florida:
The Jewish Kloridian is the only Jewish weekly in the entire State of Florida: it is the only
JF.WISII PUBLICATION of any kind that pirnts news of the Jewish communities of the State; it is
the only means whereby impartial, unprejudiced and live news of the Jewish community is available.
If you want to print your New Year greetings where It will reach the Jewish people of the State
of Florida, place it in THE JEWISH FT.ORIIHAN, In simple justice and fairness to yourself and the
Jewish community.
Aided Hitler
Powerful American industrial and
banking Interest including the
bouse of Morgan, General Motor.1-.
Henry Ford, .md Investment bank-
ers "closely connected with the late
[var Krueger" and a prominent
New York "national bank whose
president made frequent trip '"
Berlin," all contributed heavily to
Mir German Nazi party in the year
before Adolf Hitler attained power
Those charges are made in a sen-
sational volume which expresse
Hitler a.s a Frankenstein, according
to a London dispatch to The Chi-
cago Tribune.
The author, a young German,
writing under the pen name of John
S. Steel, is believed to be well known
in certain financial and diplomatic
circles of the United States, where
he was active as a "private agent"
of Hitler's financial adviser Dr.
Hjalmar Schacht, president of the
reichsbank.
The book's preface is contributed
by the well-known political scien-
tist. Prof. Harold J. Laski, of Lon-
don.
S:i50.000.000 FOR
PROPAGANDA
The author of the book says he
collected private information of an
economic and financial nature in
the United States but was also en-
gaged in Dr. Schacht's special work
of collecting funds lor Hitler, the
inside story" of which he now re-
veals for the first time.
According to the book, Hitlerism.
the most elaborate and costly politi-
cal movement in the history of mid-
dle Europe, spent 1350,000,009 for
propaganda and to pay Nazi storm
troopers before it attained power.
The book maintains that these
millions came from the bank ac-
counts ot foreign as well as German
1 1 eager to counteract and
crush Hie political radicalism ot la-
I bor union power in Germany.
Hitler was sold to American
1 money magnates to the extent of
I several million dollars. Steel e.sti-
I mates.
REVEALS AMERI-
CAN GIFTS.
The book says General Motors
gave a total of $200,000 from the
American offices of its Acceptance
corporation after the purchase of
the Opel auto works in Germany
made them desirous of eliminating
the inconvenient labor and social
legislation sponsored by the Ger-
man Socialists and the affiliated
federation of labor unions which
was recently dissolved by the Nazis.
"Hitler's most important business
connection in the United State-
however, was Henry Ford." Steel
writes.
He describes how Hitler and Ford
first were linked as a consequence
of the famous Chicago libel suit
and the suspension of Ford's week-
ly. The Dearborn Independent,
which was filled with lurid anti-
Semitic "revelations."
TELLS OF
FORD SIPPORT.
Steel says that "after the suit
Ford entered into conversation
with the firm of Munich publishers
of Hitler's party literature." that
Ford proposed that they reprint in
pamphlet form a selection of The
(Continued on page three'


I'jge fwo
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. August 18. 1933.
i
PLAYING AT Till
TIVOLl Till AIKI
More than 60 guests attended the
Dutch supper and bridge held at
the home of Mr and Mr.-. Max
Kupfersteln las) Sunday evening
(or the benefit of the Ladies' Aux-
iliary of the Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation. Followin
serving ol the supper bridge was
played and prizes were awarded at
each individual table for high score
The door prize was won by Mrs
Win Klein. Assisting Mrs. Max
Kupfersteln was Mrs, Wm. Clein.
A goodly >um was realized which
will be used for the Talmud Torah
fund ol the congregation.

Mrs Nathan Adelman will be hos-
It the regular bi-weekly card
party of the Ladies' Auxiliary ol
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
ition winch will be held al the
vestry room.- of the Syna
[Mesday evening, Augu 21
Prize.- will be awarded lor high
ni:c and refreshments will be
ed,

Mr .1 Lang left by Clyde line
! ii daj afternoon to join his
In New York, where he will
everal week: visitin rel
and it i turning to
Miami about the middle

Frank C
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Dancing In a palm sheltered gar-
den wa.- the attraction at the dance
r. 111 by Junior Hadassah Sunday
night at the Blackstone Hotel. Mi-
ami Beach. Guests assembled at
small tables, and at midnight a
bullet supper wa- served. Bert
Reisner, as master of ceremonies,
itroduced Mrs. Sam Resnick. so-
prano, who sang "Ah, Sweet Mys-
tery ol Life, accompanied by Ad-
Van Stavoren. Albert Robin-
son, first state prize winner in Up
dancing, also appeared in severs
numbers.

Dr. and Mrs Charles Beck wit!
and children. Horlense. Jules and
rice, have returned from a six-
motor trip, which included
thi visiting oi 19 states and Can-
ada. While away, they attended
golden wedding anniversary of
Dr. Beckwitt'S parents, which was
celebrated at the Fort Wayne hotel.
In Detroit. Mich. They also visited
thi World fair.
Mrs. Sidney Bcskind entertained
Wednesday night with a bridge
and danci In honor 01 Mr
Beskind. who has returned from a
ek with his pa-
klyn, N. Y. (
d l).,-. .d Letaw. Mr. and Mrs.
Jos ph William I Market 1 I
1 ii k. 1 r and Mrs. \
: thai. Mrs May Cl I
:..... 1 in Mr, and Mi
Mr. and Mrs. Alex
and Mrs Ben Mar-
.: : ing Saphln. Mr. and
[1 Maxwell M
Hai: Weinbei and Mi
Georgi Oei 1

he Joan Crawford
le which comes to the
''h avi itn Sunday and Mon-
th first ol
. ilnu mad' bj Lew Is Mill
ce director-producer, under his
wly-formed affiliation with Jo-
M Schenck and the Art Ci-
ma Corporation.
ncerns Itesll with a
iidi'.-i rlpt reputation who.
rtth .ri passenf ei on .1
. .-'., schooner, 1- marooned
on the .-mall island ol I'..
when cholera breaks out among the
crew. And the entire action ol the
story occurs while the quarantine Is
n 1 tfei t The central charai U
a brimstone-smelling reformer
nd the lady ol limber moral
to force Into a path
II i. a sergeant ol ma-
ding with the girl and li-
: a| 1 Im for her.
rillye I and Mi
week for Nt '.'.
re thi
to Canada
u TEXACO
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;.( it i- advisable to have your
.ai greased and lubricated,
" We all know this i- the m
i>e-< way t" prevent trouble
_ en the road and t" avoid "
unnecessary repair bills. bj
J Schmidt's Service
Station
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for a short stay before returning to
Miami.

Mrs a. Cohen of Miami Beach,
left last week by auto for Hender-
sonville. N. C. where she will spend
the summer. She was accompanied
on the trip by her son Benjamin,
prominent local attorney.

Mr. and Mrs. Max Fell an re-
ceiving congratulations on the birth
Ol a baby girl last Saturday a
St. Francis hospital, Miami B
t and baby are doing nl

Chi Gold stein, who ar-
rived hi mi : "mi a vac at li 11
Saturday, Is a patient at the Vic-
ri shi will re-
An important meeting ol Junto
... be held at thi
lumbus hotel Monday evening, Au-
k p, in., when
. that the organiza-
tion will present In the near future
will be discussed. All members are
urged to attend.

Baron di Hirsch Meyer. Miami
uncilman, left last
nd several weeks In Ni
Ifork City and other cities for a
. ;; Ini and pleasure trip.
An Imj al meeting ot
thi board ol governors ol the Young
.Men- Hebrew Association, formerly
thi In blew Athletic Club, will be
held at the Clubrooms this evening
at h p, ni.. when a s horl si sslon will
be held.

Mi Bertha Mendelson ol the Al-
rap Shoppe, returned this week
mat ombined bui In and plea ,
ure trip during which time Bhe visit-
ed rels 1 ind frieni In 1 Or-
0, Detroit, Clevi land
and Ni w York.
1 he ; Bii
''". is I '
11
ed al '*< \ dis-
'Briei
.....becausi I lb
ntei
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is bein li yfront Pi rk v
.Man: Wilcox, congn a rrom
thi l irth Flo da onal
district as the mam speaker. A full
account will appear in our next is-
sue.

Mr and Mrs. William Elman
have returned from a six-week stay
in Montreal. Canada, and New
York city. They were the guests
Of Mr. Elman- parents in Montreal
and visited Mrs. Elman's mother.
Mrs. Frances R. War.sch.off. who is
in New York for a month. In
Charleston they were the guest.- of
Dr. and Mrs. F. J. McFay.

Congratulations are being re-
ceived by Mr. and Mrs. Hyland
Rifas on the birth of a baby boy at
the Victoria hospital this week. The
Bris will be performed next Monday
with Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiat-
ing. Mother and baby are resting
nicely.

With a lame crowd in attendance
the old-fashioned barn and country
store dance sponsored by Beth Da-
vid congregation and Sisterhood
was held at its Talmud Torah hall
Wednesday night, The hall was
decorated to carry out the general
I country store scheme and patched
I farmers and gingham farmerettes
aided In the general plan.-. H. H.
Farr, who was master ol ceremonies,
ted Milton Traeger in a coun-
try dance, and Louis Regal in a
count:.', dance and Russian sailor
numbei b th I w horn wt re gr< atlj
ided Many In the
hicl
. al deal ol fun id Mrs.
Thomas Cohen won the goo-
turkey. Stanley C. Myers was In
charge of games, and Mrs. J. Eng-
ler in charge of booths. The pro-
ceeds will be used for the redecora-
tion of the Talmud Torah and
Synagogue of the congregation.
ARE WE ,.....
faith with those who trust u
wc living up to our obligations
we risk their future happiness b
ignoring the problems chat would
arise for them it. sonic day, we
did not come home?
Life insurance offers the saft
and certain answer. There i-
substit utc.
A Southern Health &: Life In-
surance Policy on each one is ne-
cessary to protect the others from
the privation and expense caused
In t lie last illness and death.
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total cost.
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Friday. August 18, 1933.
THE JEWISH FLORI Dl AN
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THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
b> the
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P. O. Bra 2!'":i
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linn K. BHOCHBT, Circulation Manx*'
CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN,
Field Representative
If Dr. Wise saw lit not to endorse
this boycott program, that wa
right and privilege and certainly
there was no reason for Untermyer's
being "catty" about It. We are .sure
Mr. Untermyer has on occa-
sions seen CM to hold aloof programs
rig Jewry sponsored by i>:'.
Wise which was also his right and
privilege. There is too much oi this
bickering and calling of names
our leaders and we are hear-
tily sick of it. ii is about time that
we had sense enough to discus is-
sues without dragging In personal!-
tii The Baltimore Jewish Times.
Entered h lecond clrae natter July 4.
I itn' Pual Office at Miami. Florida,
.i.....it the Act nf March 3, 187U.
WEST PALM BEACH
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN,
Representative
ORLANDO
MRS. ANN BERGER
Representative
TAMPA. FLA.:
Mrs. M. II. Kistler
Representative
SUBSCRIPTION
Six Month........11.00
tine Ve.r.......MOO
FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1933.
Vol. 6 No. 33
The Boycott
For a long time we held out
against the anti-Hitler boycott by
Jews throughout the world, but now
it Is becoming increasingly evident
that that is the only weapon left
to us with which to make an im-
pression on the Nazis. We have It
from a source of unquestioned reli-
ability, but which for obvious rea-
sons we cannot mention, that the
Nazis arc tremendously worried over
the results of the boycott. This is
not idle gossip but a fact. If the
truth were known, conditions in
Germany because of the economic
throttling to which the people are
being subjected, makes a gloomy
picture but one must make up his
mind that the world is getting most-
ly false reports from German
cai Ions we have seen such an al-
and in fear of its own shadow, and
that neither the German people nor
the outside world really knows what
Is going on. Occasionally, informa-
tion is smuggled through which is
illuminating in revealing conditions
lar different from the ballyhoo of
Hitler and his press agents. Whether
we like it or not the boycott is be-
coming more intensively organized,
and once under way in its maxi-
mum effectiveness we are likely to
see some startling changes in Ger-
many.
While on this subject, we cannot
refrain from criticising the unwar-
ranted charge made by Samuel Un-
termyer, the head and front of the
boycott conference, against Rabbi
Stephen Wise. He is reported to
have said that Dr. Wise is a trou-
ble maker, but that the reason he
was opposed to the boycott confer-
ence Is because he 'Dr. Wise) dis-
credits every movement he cannot
lead. There is no reason for such
comment, for whatever may be said
in criticism of Dr. Wise, even his
lair minded enemies will admit that
he has the courage of his convic-
t ions and that he either favors or
opposes a movement in Jewry be-
cause he honestly believes in the
lightness of his position.
We also think it is in exceedingly-
bad taste to note from time to time
ungenerous attacks being made upon
our spiritual leaders by laymen.
Frankly, it is only on the rarest oc-
casions we have seen such ana at-
titude on the part of our neighbors.
Noted Firms
Aided Hitler
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The Prodigals Return
One of the most often repeated
complaints of Jewish leaders is that
Jews are not Jewish enough, that
Jews who reach the top In the pro-
Cessions, In business and in public
life are too prone to forget their
people and their responsibility to
them. This cry has been heard so
often that, those who utter it have
almost given up ot having it heed-
ed. But today Jews who rarely re-
garded themselves as such are giving
heed and returning to the House oi
Israel. In London. Lord Melchett
was converted to Judaism, the reli-
gion of his lather. In Paris. Arnold
Schoenberg, the composer, return-
ed to the faith he abandoned in
1921. Everywhere we find a renais-
sance of Jewishness among Jews
who had either denied their Jewish-
ness or preferred to forget it.
In the United States Jewry has
been particularly hard-hit because
SO many prominent Jews remained
aloof from the Jewish community.
()1 late, however, these non-Jewish
Jews have been returning to the
fold. Albert Lasker. former head of
the Shipping Board, has just ac-
cepted membership on the execu-
tive commit tee ol the American
Jewish Committee. Samuel Unter-
myer. whose voice was for years ab-
sent from the councils of Jewry,
has taken the lead in fostering the
anti-German boycott. It is even
rumored thai Bernard Baruch has
been sitting in on Jewish confer-
ences. From ocean to ocean comes
the news that Jews who ignored
rabbinical thunderlngs on the duty
of Jews to Jews, of the need of
Jews to be joined to the House ol
Israel, are coming back.
In this hour of crisis the return
of these prodigals is a hopeful sign
It is evidence that Jewish life Is
Still vibrant and strong. It is proof
that Jewry is not singing its swan
song. It is an indication that with-
in the hearts of these Jews there
is still a Jewish passion that no
amount of fame has been able to
extinguish. It needed only a stim-
ulant to fan it into flame. We
welcome these returning sons home.
We need them, more of them, all
of them.
Belgian Labor Urges
Boycott of Germany
Antwerp.A new appeal to all
Belgians to maintain a strict boy-
cott of all German goods and serv-
ices has been Issued by the Belgian
Federation of Labor. The plea urges
strengthening the anti- German
boycott by every possible means.
Dearborn Indepent articles trans-
lated into German, He says Ford
approved the joint use of his
name with Hitlers in advertising
pamphlets and ropplled 140.000 for
the campaign.
"Tins check represented the Clrst
Cinanclal support of Hitler by
Ford." Steel declan .
KAISER'S SON
NAMED.
When in 1929 Prince Louis Fer-
dinand ol Prussia, son of the for-
mer crown prince, was given a po-
sition In Ford's Detroit engineering
works, Steel says that "Ford valued
the services rendered him by the
charming prince at $300,000." Steel
relates that this money crossed the
ocean mostly in the form of notes
and found its way into the Nazi
party chest through the intermedi-
ary of the former kaiser's favori'e
son. "Auwi" i Prince August Wil-
helm.i
In Chicago, too. Louis Ferdinand
made hay for Hitler while the social
sun shone, says Steel, together with
Ins younger brother. Frederich Wil-
helm. The charming Prussian
princes worked the "social racket"
so successfully, according to Steel
that their bank account there "was
kept well supplied with their even-
tual destination in Germany through
the medium of three or four differ-
ent banks."
CHARGES MORGAN
CONTRIBUTED.
The technique employed
Hitler sales organization
United Slates is described
lows: "When contributions were in
cash they were invariably sent on
to Doctor Schacht."
The bis banking houses, the book
alleges, gave mostly cheeks on
oilier banks. According to Steel,
the "famous investment bankers"
mentioned gave S.">0,(I00 in three in-
stallments 15,000, 110,100 and 135,-
00; the Morgan bank gave 160,000
and later 186,000.
The author says he was arrested
in Germany Feb. 8 and imprisoned
for two days on Wannsee Island
near Berlin because "I knew too
much." He escaped from jail and
reached Paris.
Two of England's richest publish-
ers are Lord Beaverbrook and Lord
Rothermere. It is openly hinted in
the book that the latter contributed
through his Swedish paper mills
tuiu.'.s placed at the disposal of
Hitler's propaganda publishers.
Above all Britons in support of the
Nazis. Steel places the international
oil magnate. Sir Henri Deterding.
Ivar Kreuger was approached for
contributions by Capt. Hermann
Goering and gave generously until
he committed suicide. Steel says.
Even the French armament in-
dustry donated through "German's
Basil Zaharoff"Arnold Rechberg
(according to Steel), They knew.
Steel says, that the Hitlerites in
power in Germany would mean
heavier armaments for France.
THE
'Returned Vacationer" would like
advice In the matter ol a lawn that
is a little too Ii n for lav,tunow i
and too short cor a scythe,
Putting mother hubbards on the
fan dancers at the Chicago Pair Is
;it to be the Cirst major set-
back Cor the Nude Deal,
by the
in the
as Col-
Hell is just a place where un-
usual weather is usual.
Everybody Is trying to under-
stand the Intricacies of the Re-
covery Act and its Car-reaching
program. I offer the Morris story
as my contribution to the economic
merry-go-round discussions, and
don't think I'm fooling.
Morris went to Julius. "Julius,
let me have a hundred dollarsI'll
pay you back Saturday." He got
the money. But when the following
Saturday arrived, he didn't have
the cash to repay Julius, so he rush-
ed to Nathan.
'Say. Nathan, let me have a hun-
dred dollars and I'll pay you back
Wednesday."
He got the hundred and paid his
debt to Julius. When the following
Wednesday arrived, he was still in
the same boat, so he returned again
to Julius.
Listen. Julius, I certainly made
good with you last Saturdaylet me
have another hundred."
Again he received the money and
rushed to return it to Nathan. And
in that way it went back and forth
for months. Finally the two who
were loaning Morris the money ac-
cidentally met and Morris saw
them meet He rushed over to
them.
"I'm glad you two fellows met.
Listen, Julius every Wednesday I
want you to send Nathan a hundred
dollars. And you. Nathan, every
Saturday, I want you to send it
back to himand leave me out of
this."
tnu l find n new fuels,
thinks a PittSbUTg savant. An a-
bandoned midget golf course, we
hears, yields a very
pi at.
Washington is kindly Hot n In
distilleries SO that there will be
enough whiskey In case ol repeal, or
even otherwise.
Germany resents French inter-
ference With her interference with
Austria, which Frame resents, If
it still isn't clear, ask the nearest
diplomat.
Hamburg to Race Heine
Monument
You'd think a cricket in the
course of a summer would get awlul-
i ly tired of crickets.
How odd that the warring dairy
interests never learn contentment
from the cow.
Incident to Mr. Garner's induc-
tion in a Texas lodge, a delicate
question arose whether a Vice-Pres-
ident should ride the goat or vice
versa.
We are indebted to oue of our
subscribers, Mr. Leopold of I'aho-
kee for the above article appearing
ill "The Guardian" recently.
How does one bed down the small
lizards the children bought this
summer at the circus, if one doesn't
have a lounge?
I've been working' on the railroad,
All the live-long day-
Be careful. General Johnson'll get
you.
Berlin.The Hamburg senate has
ordered the immediate demolition
of the monument of Heinrich Heine,
immortal German .(.-wish poet,
which stands in the Hamburg city-
park. Nazi newspapers declare that
"this memorial to the Jew Heine.
glorified as a poet by the old sys-
tem, has been giving serious offen-
se to the German citizens."
Plebe, i handing cartoon to editor i
-"Now, this is a picture of a cow
eating grass."
Editor"I don't see any grass."
Plebe"Aw, the cow's eaten all
the grass."
Editor"And Where's the cow?"
Plebe"Well, you can't expect the
cow to hang around when all the
grass is gone."
Cavalry officer"What's most
important and used aid in riding?"
Yearling"First aid sir!"
The avenue of escape is a popular
thoroughfare.
Good luck is seldom displayed on
bargain counters.
If a man is easily bought it is
difficult to make him stay bought.
A close-fisted man is often liable
in the use of his closed fists.
When the proverbial rainy day
comes lots of men use borrowed
umbrellas.
Some men are as proud of what
they do as others are of what they
can avoid doing
Some men boast that they can't
be fooled twice in the same way
but there are lots of other ways.
When prosperity comes to a man
his wife thinks she mast live up to
it and a little beyond.
It has always seemed to us that
a new bank could attract a lot of
favorable notice and attraction by-
offering, on opening day, souvenir
loans.
HEAR Lll'SKY MAY SUCCEED
ARLOSOROFF
London.Louis Llpsky. former
president of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America.and now chairman
of the American Palistine Cam-
paign, may be eleted a member of
the Jewish Agency Executive in
Jerusalem as the successor of the
late Dr. Chaim Arlosoff, according
to a report in the London Jewish
Chronicle.
"At least until there has been
some ageing." remarked Old Man
Wayside, "the figures 3.2 look to me
as if they were slightly exagerat-
ed."
A correspondent is worried by the
problem of what to do with a wire
mattress that has become rusty.
We advise him to sleep on it.
An Investigation In Cleveland as
to why police field day tickets were
selling poorly has been worthwhile.
It reveals that half the towns
speakeasies have closed
Two Nazis Ousted from Holland
AmsterdamFor participating in
political activities in the Heerlen
mining district, two Nazis have been
expelled from Holland simultaneous-
ly with the promulgation of a police
order announcing that all 'foreign-
ers living in the Heerlen section will
not be permitted to cross the Dutch
frontier to take part in Nazi exer-
cises in Germany. Violators of the
ruling will be expelled from Holland.
Denver has spent the last week
settling a flood. Elsewhere, diffi-
culties have been reported, too. in
getting picnic watermelons under
control.
When a Chinese debtor fails to
pay. they remove his door. Thus
the unhappy fellow is left with noth-
ing to shut on the collector's foot.
One rather gathers from the late
Cuban dispatches that hot lead is
the new Havana filler.


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THE JEWISH FLORI Dl AN
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Sonda\ Mornings WIOD, Miami, Florida
SUNDAY, AUGUST 13, IMS. No. 16.
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Notes
Mrs. Max Arglntar 01 Tamp
li : foi an 1 .'' nsive trip to A hi
ville, N. C. On her return
Ashevllli -in- will spend ;i few weeks
with her daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. M. Coolik, ui New-
nan, Ga.

Mi Rutli Cohen, daughter of i
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"LOVING THE STRANGER"
Scripture Reading, Deuteronomy, Chapter x. Verses 18-18 Inclusive
THE BOOK OF DEUTERONOMY, from which oui eadlng
to th( farewi
j, v, ,, ... Up r emphasizes the simple truths ol reli-
a thi Lord thy God require ol tl erenci Mr and Mrs Meyer Cohen of Cn
all Hi ways, and to love Him, and to serve
God with all thy heart and with all thy soul ." And.
1 Israel with, "Love ye therefore
!,.,, era In the land of Egypt." The prophet Mlcah com-
: ,n in the verse, "He hath shown thee, o man. what is
what doth the Lord require ol thee, but to do Justly, and to (,i Miami arc tho guests 01 her
and to walk humbly with thy God?"' mother, Mrs. 1 Silverman, 908 7th
man to love God, to walk in all Hi ways, and to ave., Tampa.
d0 ,.. hould not be n to admonish him to love the stran-
has returned to New York city
a month's visit here and In
other parts of the state.
lay niisht at the Tampa Yacht
and Country club, to which many
visitors from neighboring cities
have been issued.

Manuel Sanchez's orchestra will
provide music on the outdoor dance
zo from 0 o'clock until after
mldni hi fUe committee in charge
includes J, Silverman, 1. Salisbury,
Sol Flelschman, P. Poller, W. Wolf-
ii n 8. .swart/. N. Rabinovich, o.
Verkauf and Louis .simu-.it/

Regular services are held by
Rabbi Burger at Rodeph Sholom
Synagogue every Friday at 8 p. m.
and Saturday mornings at 'J a. m.
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Mrs M. H. KLsler of 2108 Nebraska
ave.. was the guest Beach.

Mr and Mrs. H. BhmiberK Ol
Dothan, Ala., have arrived to visit
Mrs Blumberg's mother. Mrs. M. G.
Rosenberg, of 708 S. Rome ave. Mrs.
Blumbery formerly was Miss Beat-
rio Rosenberg.

Miss Hi nrietta Waterman, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Waterman
Of 3308 Jean ave.. is visiting rel-
atives In Macon, Savannah and At-
lanta, and Will be away from Tam-
pa for several weeks.
...
The dramatic club ol the V M 11
Monday night at 8:30
o'clock at the clubhouse. L'llL' N
blvd., to diSCUSS rehearsal; for the
play. "Lady Wmdermere', Fan.'' a
four-act comedy to be presented
during the winter season by the
club. Leading roles will be played
by Miss Ruth Salisbury, Miss Eve-
.Hinder-, i\ is Scadron and
Charles J. Hofman. who will direct
the play.

The Merry Fellows club of Tam-
pa will have an informal dance on
,: Yet that rule is accompanied with a logical reason.--"for yi wen
In the land of Egypt." In other words, having felt the lash
of ,;.. ,r Israel is in a position to know the injustice of tyrrani/- Ja(.()b Wittner for the week-end at
,,_, tnd. Similar aducc may be giveni to Christians. tneJr cottage at Treasure Island
There was .. time -.'Hen they. too. were strangers. In thl earlj days of '
Christianity, pagan Rome, in all Its empire persecuted the new religious
With the nse 01 Mohammedanism and its cry ol "The Koran or
the sword." Christians were slaughtered by the Moors
It is very probable that few Christians are familiar with the history
OWth of their own religion. Granted that they have read the
N,.,, they are till Ignorant 01 their own history.
They should know that thej 1 were strangers.not in Egypt.but In
similar bondage to that ol the Israelites. Possibly such knowledge would
. ;]., mi nt of other religious groups In this day,religious
,,. .,. ei m. so-called, Christum coun-

! ,:. 1 ,.;, thi pa ol history winch record the persecution
of Jews, during the middle ages by misguided zealots. In the nami ol
chns' We explain thoa b being d u lack ol civilization
and due to the barbaric nature of mankind The acts are explainable
hut 1. Thosi Chrl tians who had bee; under
ind under thi blood] Cri Hd have displayed more
. lews who wen trangers" In land- where Christians
were the ruling clasi But a I navi aid, man was still but Uttli
moved from the animal during the dark mlddli a
But. today, wi an enlightened Twentieth Century. Last week,
who lives al Miami Beach. During thi evening, he re-
lated that he had v >ught to purchase a lot within
the greater Mian.: area. Hi 1 pay the price that was asked and
Hi that there wa ome unusual delay
In closing the deal, Hi ight an 1 xplanation. it was forthcoming.
Thi broker was advl d thai owner would not ell to a Jew. of
coursi ition came In an indirect way and In a manner that
wa.- meant to be disarming. But thi ti ith leaked out,
Nov.. that Is all very legal. The owner ol any property, real or per-
hl to choose his 1 1 1 Ithin 11 rtain humane restric-
tions, it appears that the title to the property, vested In a Jew, would
me way injure some one. H a Jew were to build a house on tljat
ground and would rent an apartment to a non-Jew. what would happen?
What would happen it he wen ti rent to Jew? What Is there
about the Jew that makes him unlit as a tenant or .1 neighbor? Mj
host, who related this story to me. assured me that had he known of the
restriction placed by 'he owner, he would have made no oiler to buy
and would have looked elsewhere for an Investment of his money. From
my knowledge of this man. I am certain that the money was earned in.
east a. honorable a way a- that oi the owner ol the lot. But this
Jew is a stranger, Though he has been here for year- and has added
materially to the wealth ol 'in- community, he is still a stranger. And.
this [rood Christian ha forgotten, or most likely, never knew ol the- his-
toric record >>: the pi ecution <>: Christians 111 like manner. He must
1 m keeping his propertj free from the undesirable stran-
o ever read Scripture and the- instuction to "love 'he strangi
I am not interested In defending this one Jew nor am I condemning
this one Pagan 1 cannot call such conduct "Christian." What 1 do
thi practio that ha ruined nation.- and ha. debased civiliz-
ations. I have high regard for the community m which I live. I do
not care 10 witness tin- regn ion which history proves is the- result ol
such practices of intolerance. We fight tor progress We must -tamp
out anything that will retard the pro n : tins community. What
would this Greater Miami area look like 11 all the native Jews wen
pull up taki and leave? What sights would greet your eyes II no Jew
during the season? What effect has the report ol such an
incident on any pn 1 Jewish settler or Investor?
II you can'l ee thi ethli Involved; it you aren't Interested In the
principle oi the thing; 11 the religious practice ol "loving the stranger"
has no appeal to your deadened senses, look at it in the light of busi-
ness.
It i.s not up to me to stamp out uch practici The Jew hould not
08 ""' '"" to Champion UCh B cau e. Such discriminations are no re-
flection e, my people. The lack ol breeding and the absence ol
dealing resl al another- doorstep.not ours. Hones' Christians should
lake measuri 5 to stop such bigotry from spreading. As long a.- you
permit -uch discrimination to continue, I doubt the sincerity of your
friendly gestures. Spend lea Mm.. m patting the Jew on the back and
more time in instilling culture in those among your people who need It
I'm doing my bit by laboring amon- my people to make them more Jew-
ish. The nearer I approach my goal the better you will like the fin
St. Petersburg
Notes
ices are held every Friday
evening at 8 o'clock at Con.
tion Bnai Israel. 921 9th st. North,
conducted by Rabbi Alexander S.
Kleinfeld.
...
The young Maccabees had a boat
party on Monday. August 14. being
chaperoned by Mi-ss Carrie Flato
tnd iiabbi A. s. Kleinfeld. lie
visited Shell Island and Fort Dade.
All the member- wen- present and
everyone had an enjoyable time.

The entire Jewish community oi
St. Petersburg was grieved over the
sudden death of Mrs. Ethel Eber.
1 formerly Ethel Greenbergi winch
occurred Friday afternoon, August
11. Burial wa.s made1 at Royal
Palm cemetery, service !>.:.. I !
dialed by Rabbi A. s. Kleinfeld
The deceased was a resident ol this
city lor the past 10 years, and :
survived by her parents and a
brother.

Rabbi Alexander S. Kleinfeld has
returned from Ills vacation which
was pleasantly -pent at Miami
Beach, Fla. The Hebrew cia-se.- .r
the congregation will be resumed.
commencing Monday morning at 10
o'clock.

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we jew.- are instead of telling it to us when they address our gatherings,
we would love one another as brothers. There would be no strangers
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Friday, August 18, 1933.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
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SOCIETY
< ngratulatlons are being rcc lived
by Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schwartz on
the birth of a baby boy at the Vic-
toria hospital last week. The bris
Will be performed next Monday with
Kabbi B. D. Mindel officiating.

Tiger Shark, the melodrama star-
ring Edward O. Robinson, which
comes to the Tivoli theatre next
Sunday and Monday presents set-
tings SO unusual and realistic that
Uie audience is held spellbound
throughout. Actual scenes of tuna
fishing in which Robinson and his
crew participate with the ever-
menacing tiger sharks always pre-
sent keep the audience in suspense.
Robinson .shows his remarkable and
versatile talents In the comedy por-
1 ons as well as in the part of the
fisherman where his dramatic abil-
ities are put to the test. In his
loyalty to his pal. his devotion to
ul he marries, and the sub-
sequent denoument w hi c h fol-
lows when he discovers that the pal
whom he has befriended and whose
life he has saved is in love with his
wife and the love in returned. The
close of the picture is powerful and
a real study of human nature. It
Is well worth seeing.

Camp Wohelo. in the Blue Ridge
:n' untalns, operated by Mrs. Bertha
; Levy of Baltimore and Miami, is
aving a record season with < I11I-
dren from Pittsburgh. Chicago. Mi-
ami, Atlanta. Baltimore and Washi-
ngton attending. Parents of the
children have pledged their return
r the coming year and with addi-
.' nal applications coming in. plans
re now being made for the con-
truction of additional buildings for
coming season.

In preparing lor the coming High
j ii... the Miami Jewish Ortho-
oni re at 1011 will shortly elect
: to ii. former rabbi. The
I'almud Torah, which has been kept
in full operation during the summer
months "ill continue until the holi-
.v it.s enrollment has increased
aterlally under the direction of
Mr. Herman Braunstein. its present
A cantor will chant the
M.U80I services during the High Holy
days and the synagogue will be
completely renovated 10 Insure com-
fortable seating arnuwgements.

Kibbi and Mrs. Jacob H. Kap-
lan returned to Miami last week af-
ter an absence of several months in
the North during which time the
rabbi attended the conference of
Rabbis of Reform Jewish Congrega-
tions of America.

Mr. Louis Regal returned to Mi-
ami after an absence of several
months spent visiting his family in
New York city.
Sunday-Monday, August 20-21:
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ROY II. TURNER, Prop.
IL'-'". s. >v. fiih St. Phone MIU |
SPECIAL
Vugusl 14 to 31st:Speclal
A III per cent discount of every |
inindle of 7"i cents or more.
PLAYING AT Till.
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West Palm Beach
Notes
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Iting hei era and friends there
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Miss Elsa Rossman, commercial
ul New York, niece of Mr.
and Mrs. M. M. Segal, spent two
weeks in Orlando and left Satin-
day for Jacksonville.

Milton Wildman arrived in Or-
lando to spend the winter months
with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Schwartzwald.
Denver has -pent the last week
settling a flood. Elsewhere, diffi-
culties have been reported too. in
getting picnic watermelons under
control,
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The marriage of Miss Louise Sir-
kin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs H.
Sirkin. this city, and William Birn-
baum, son of Mr. and Mrs Louis P.
Birnbaum of New York, was solemn-
ized Friday. August 11. in New York.
Miss Sirkin is a graduate of the
Palm Beach High school and Grace
Miles Studio of Dancing.
Mr. Birnbaum is secretary and
business manager for his brother.
George Burns, of the radio team of
Burns and Allen.

Mrs. J. Sneider left Saturday for
.1 combined business and pleasure
trip to New York and Washington

Mrs. D. Peldman left for Balti-
more, where she will spend her sum-
mer vacation.

Miss Selma Karfunkle, daughter
: Mrs, 1. Karfunkle, left Sunday
I' 1 Cleveland, where she will make
her home. She will also go i'i Chi
aid Buffalo to \ Isll her fat her
ly toie settling,

Lou Auberach and Ira May left
Saturday by motor lor New York.
Norfolk and Rhode Island.
Mis. Sirkin lei! In rNew York to
attend her daughb r's wedding, Ml 1
Louise Sirkin. to William Birnbaum
Mrs B. Summers Is spend i;.
rest of the summer in New York
visiting her daughter, Dorothy, who
ails formerly of this city.

i onard Peldman and Lou Gold
left Sunday for New York and I'liil-
delphla by motor
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Mr and Mrs. Al Moss (Gertrude
Glasser) returned from their honey-
moon Thursday. They were accom-
panied back by Helen Moss and
Ruth Glasser, who were spending
the summer in New York.

Mr. Ben Rose of Durham. N. C, is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Morris Moss.
Miss Rosabel] Seller, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. S. Scher. returned to
the city alter spending a month in
Chicago.
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Les ei ii tuitied this
1 :. afti i- pending the summer in
Rome, Ga
Joan Crawford a/K/William Garqan
in a scene from'r\QXX\"
A benefit bridge party for Beth
Israel Sisterhood will be held Friday
afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home
of Mrs. I. Gold. Hammond ave..
Palm Beach, to which the public Is
invited.
Mr. J. Goodmark and son Dan re-
turned last Friday alter spending
a month in New York.

Beth Israel Sisterhood entertain-
ed at a benefit bridge last Sunday
morning at. Schwartzberg hall with
Mrs. I. Prager and Mrs. Justin Held
as the hostesses, Prizes for high
scores were awarded to Mr. Max
Greenberg, Mrs. 1. Gold and Mr,
Prager, During the evening dell-
cious refreshments were served.
The regular monthly meeting ol
Beth El Sisterhood was held last
Tuesday evening at the home of
Mrs. I. Moss, when important mat-
ters were acted on. A social hour
followed.

Beth Israel sisterhood Is sponsor-
in .1 card party Sunday evening,
beginning at 8 p. m. at the Mo -
hall, with Mrs. 1. Moss as hi
The Hebrew Athletic Club spon-
sored a card party last Tuesday
night at its clubrooms when a nice
gatherings attended. In charge of
arrangements was a committee con-
sisting of Leon Chakin. Murry
Grossman. Mrs. Murray Kellman.
Nat Blumberg and Sol Levin. Jerry
Reiner was master of ceremonies.
Members of the girls' division as-
sisted.
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In preparation for the High Holy
Days Beth David Synagogue is be-
ing renovated both inside and out-
side. Cantor Louis Hayman has
been engaged to chant the Musof
services and Rabbi Max Shapjro
will preach the sermons and direct
the services.
*
Cantor Boris Schlachman. field
representative of the Jewish Florid-
ian. wiil leave shortly to visit Tam-
pa. St. Petersburg, Orlando. West
Palm Beach and Jacksonville.
o
Mark Max ol the Marks Store,
icit last night to attend the meet-
ing oi retailers at Washington, I)
C, Where the code for retailers will
be adopted.

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cnuart Lumber Yards, Inc.
We have everything to build anything
CORAL GABLES OFFICE: Phone Evergreen 55S
LITTLE RIVER BRANCH: Phone Edgewater 1166
COCONUT GROVE BRANCH: Phone Bayview :!T4
Miami SHORES BRANCH: Phone Edgewater 1117
QUALITY
SERVICE

Orlando, Fla.
Notes.
1 he regular meeting ol the Or-
lando lodge 1043. Bnai Bnth. was
held Tuesday evening at the Syna-
gogue. Mr, B. J. Cohen presided.

Myer Shader, dairyman, was a
delegate to Washington from Or-
lando In the interest of the Orange
County Milk I'roducesr Association.

Judge Roth was the principal
peaker this week at the meeting of
irlando Lions Club.

A group ot the younger crowd
went on a hay ride Wednesday eve-
ning in Sanl indo springs, where
they all enjoyed the welnie roast
and the swimming.

Mr. Abe Berger left by tram for
New York this week and exp
for a tew mm: I

Jlmmj Baki 1 ; I Kol
:i returned I 1 <> indo .. I
i ix 'i 1. vai .i'ii 'i
ih.

Mr. H. Roth pent 1 week-end
al 1). .u !i

lixth birthday am :
: daui hti r Ol Mr. and
B brated re-
\; Levini avi .1 party
at the.r home, Balloons and candy
.; thi lit and
received I
or guest.

Mrs i' shift turned ri
hrough Georgia, vis-
Announcement!
DR CHAS. BECKW1TH
OPTOMETRIST
Has 11 turniti from 'lie National
Optometrlc Convention and v I
be in lus office 10 give personal
attention to his patients.
36 N. E. First Ave.
Waul to Sell Your
Household Goods?
Then Sell at
A I'CTIOX
and get highest prices from con-
sumer. Consult RAY WRIGHT,
auctioneer. Phone 2-2860.
In the Heart of Your
Neighborhood
PIGGLY
WIGGLY
A Miami hutitntimt
When a Chinese debtor fails to
pay. they remove his door. Thus
the unhappy fellow is left with noth-
ing to shut on the collector's foot.
One rather gathers from the late
Cuban dispatches that hot lead is
the new Havana filler.
Radio Synagog
Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder and
director of the Radio Synagogue,
will preach over WIOD at 10 o'clock
Sunday morning on "Hiding From
God." In addition to the sermon
there will be prayers, scripture
reading and a question box.



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PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Announces Removal "I
lli~ Offices to
R03 WEST FI.AGI.EIt STREET
Office llmir--:
2 to 5 p.m. 7 liiH p.m.
PHONE 2-G057
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greater effi-
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For fresh
Sea Foods
SI HI' AT
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FISH MART
Flagler St. anil Miami River
hone 2-5321 We Never Clone
OUR PRICES ARE. THE LOWEST
Our Fish are the freshest Caught by our own bo.its daily
If it Is Sea Food, we have it at its very best, and at attractively
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Page Six
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. August 18. 1933
Joint Distribution
In Roumania
mlnation by the Impovi
ed communities in Old Roumania
and Bukovina to meet their wel-
own
revealed in a
by Dr. Bernard Kahn. Euro-
tor ol 'he Joint n.-': 1-
butlon Commit ti
:. t last winter I
Pal
lly, I'm so ki Ited and so
ire my hap-
piro ne and
'-. : :
1 I had
. dreamed it would. It's
all too wonderful, but let me go
I bit and tell you all about
it.
I didn't tell anyone I was coming
as I wanted it to be a sur-
Before I kit Rita gave me
last minute pointers, i re-
in r a] .'-' 'don't forget
:;': things that
count.''
I remember her telling me never
he house or appear In pub-
Ithout first surveying myself
in the mirror and checking over
City of Miami
Bonds
Robert H. Cook
i Incorporated I
748 Ingraham Bldg.
Phone 2-1191
;". Dealer and
Tiix Collection Agency
PAINT SALE
( ovum is UNTIL AUG. :siST
0irienS
Quality Paints
At greatly reduced prices.
Thi? will be your last op-
portunity to buy GOOD
PAINT so cheap. Why not
come in and investigate?
We will be glad to give you
a free sample.
&
Glass Mirrors
Paints
1212 N. E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 2-8232
y .

:: .-iloes aren'i i n
n ol youi
lit, that yi .
hanky, and that all tl
l your dn
:-.. her word
,: the pi' .:
and. you know, that ;
i;:. 11-; up oi trifles. Once
; i-it of the house you should
tx abli to forget youi
your makeup and put yoursell en
Into what you're doing. 'Don't
'.ik.- that literallyi.
Hardly anyone recounted mi a'
first and everyone was ask;:
"ns as to what I had done to
.: and how I had b:
about such a miracle. I didi. I aj
a word about all my wick- ol try-
ing to improve in..-ill and all of
Rita's effortsI just said that it
in have been New York
One of my girl friends, Jeanie
French, said that there was to be
a dance at the country club the
next night and that she was going
o tix up a blind date for me with
Bill. As yet. he hadn't heard that
I was in town.
I spent most of the afternoon
getting ready and using all my new-
ly acquired knowledge so as to make
.: as attractive as possible. I
was to meet Bill at Jeanie's house
i ; eard him drive up i
d io run away I was
ii my knees were too weak.
I looked out and there he was-
tne old Bill, and just as
My heart mi i d a
couple '.: beats a i began
ii in- would really be
Maybe hi- wouldn't
more i went into
while the maid let him
in and turned my back to tin- door.
He walked n, expecting t fmd
as he was a little early and
i turned and said "Hel-o,
Buster: 1 wish you could have seen
tin- look oi, .-.; la. i I ;, i ,1 -n call
him Busterbut no one else knew
that pet name of mine, so you can
Ine how surprised he was. He
looked at me. swallowed hard.
' losed ins eyes, opened them, and
pinched hlmsell to make .sure he
wasn't dreaming. Then he said.
"Joan?'' and that's all I remember.
All I ran say is that my engage-
ment ring again graces my left
hand and I'm the happiest girl
alive. They say that the way to a
man's heart is through his .stomach
but in this case it was through a
little self improvement the stom-
ach part will come later.
Yours in love, JOAN.
these communities for child-:
purposes, made pub::
Rabbi Jonah B Wls national
chairman of the committei
: j effort.
Dr. Kahn's report shows that the
subventions by the Joint Dlstribu-
:. Committee totalled i
Y' the number o: hildren
wen fed daily during the en-
tile Wil J.158. The .
: lent
" 50.1000 Roumanian li
.:.
: feedii I thi
ea Yoda in
tresl rhen s.i-i children, 262
:;: boj-.v. red
ubvention was to tin M
in '. : nowitz which re-
110 or 1670 Ii. m the Joint
Disti Ibution committei and I
i ..- Qui .. M ::.. k
in the same city and which led 155
.hildren a motion, a subsidy of
$100 v. nted The children
who came to the Queen Mam
kitchen for food ranged from kin-
ten to lyceum pupils, most
ol them attending the various
"volkschulen." Talmud Torah pu-
pils n: the same city were provided
for in the "Machzike Schabas"
kitchen. Other cities where school
luncheons \v e r e provided. Dr.
Announcements!
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CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox!
311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach
The usual services begin at 6:30
p.m. Saturday morning services be-
gin at 8:30 and Mincha services, fol-
lowed by Marriv at 6:30 p.m. Late
services have been discontinued un-
til the High Holidays. Daily services
begin at 8 a.m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
137 N. K. Nineteenth Street
I)R. JACOB II. KAPLAN, Rabbi
Eeginning with sen tees on Fridaj
night, services will be held in Kap-
lan hall during the summer month!
and will be very brief, Servin
-.' benefit ol those who take theii
n seriously and wish to at
tend services.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(ConnervatiTe)
139 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi

DESERVEDLY POPULAR
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SILVER STOCK
AND
X-TRA FINE
B F E R S
BOTTLED AND DRAUGHT
i_L "J "Best by Test"
FLORIDA BEER DISTRIBUTORS. Inc.
JOHN THEOPIIII.ES, General Manager
Phone 2-7.160 !
Friday evening services begin a'
ti:30 p.m. Saturday morning services
begin at 8:30 a.m. Mincha followed
by Marriv begin at 6:30. Daily ser-
vices begin at 8 a.m.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
lOrthodoi)
IMS S. W. Third Street
456 W. Flagler St.
The usual Friday evening services
begin at 6:30 p. in. to be followed by
special late services beginning at
8:30 when Rabbi David I. Rosen-
bloom will lead the services and
preach a sermon. Rabbi Rosenbloom
is now serving as rabbi of the Jew-
ish Community at Birmingham.
Ala. Saturday morning services be-
gin at 9 a. m.. and following the
shachris. Rabbi Rosenbloom will
preach in Yiddish on the portion of
the week.
Cola's Shoe Shop
Highest Quality Workmanship
and Materials
Visit Our New Location
1233 WEST I I \(.l I l; ST.
Opposite Firestone Station
Kahn's report states, were Jassy
/ Roman. Botosani and Fal-
m Old Roumania and Ra-
Storojmetz and Wijnitz in
Bukwvina.
Dr. Kahn's report shows that the
parents 11 tin- children who were
d to tide over the winter
and attend school an- In tin- main
iborers, traders and ped-
lars, many without any employment
In most ol the lists i
rental occupations, the largest
gory is "unemployed." A:
large category i- "orphans." in sub-
mitting figures, Dr. Kahn
commi they indicate that
without ':.' Ml i ns, the
Boycott Of Nan's
Found Effective
Continued from page one>
500 refugees Into Holland, for in-
stance, the records in the hands
oi the Jewish committee caring for
- men and women showed tha'
more than one-half of them had
been maimed, some ol them foi
life,
"Thousand.- ol Jews who have
some savings In Germany are eat-
ing up those savings before they
attempt to get out of the country
It is Impossible to obtain, or with-
draw, more than 200 marks, about
S65 at the present rate of exchange.
and since their deposits in banks
would be lost anyway, a large num- '
ber ol German Jews are slowly
using up their monetary possession:.
"The leaders of the German Jews
that I met believe there will be c
slow stream of immigration of Jews
from Germany for the next fifty
years. They ask the cooperation of
their fellow Jews m other countries
to help those Jews who wish to
leave Germany. They also a.sk that
Immediate funds be sent to care
for the Jews without any means ol
support. especially those in the
small towns, where the isolation of
the race is the worst."
children would have suffered hun-
ry day in the winter.
This report brings additional
proof, if that is still i
Rabbi Wise, "how determined the
Jews ol eastern Europe are |
sume responsibility for those .
them who have not yet been able
to fight their way up to tin
where they can provide for ...
own families, and how eagei
art to care for the helpli
In heir midst. One of ti.
ol tin- Jews of Eastern Eu-
rope, whether it be in Rom
or Poland or elsewhere Is that en-
nt winch they
from tin know ledge thai afti
: ..-. ... can
from '
can brethren the little more to
them, the much more thai
round out the sums actua I
quired for their cultural and
Ian- essentials. The receipt -.:
tin.-" subventions spur- tin-.
even greater self-sacrifice"
IT SPEND
YOUR
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THIS YEAR IN
FLORIDA!
'prtjoui HEALTH! *
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Beer Equipment
Also Domestic Refrigerators
Geo. Patterson, Inc.
nor. Btaearni Blvd. Phone 1-48S4
SCHLITZ BEER
BOTTLED AND DRAUGHT
Is Still the Best on the Market
For Sale at All Better Establishments
MIAMI WHOLESALE GROCERYCO.
DISTRIBUTORS
216 N. E. 11th St.
Phone 2-3117
IF IT'S
GRAHAM'S
MILK
It's Healthful and
Always Fresh



During the time there is no differential between the
store and house prices of milk products, GRAHAM'S
DAIRY will bottle only Jersey Milk, which should give
you a Butter-Fat content of from 4.5 to 4.8 per cent.
or approximately an increase of 10 per cent.
Patronise the Healer Selling Graham's Milk to Insure the Best.
GRAHAM'S DAIRY
MIA A! I DEPOT:
416 N. E. 2nd Avc. Phone 2-1247.
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Friday, August 18, 1933. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN l-agc Fn SOCIETY < %  • ngratulatlons are being rcc lived by Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schwartz on the birth of a baby boy at the Victoria hospital last week. The bris Will be performed next Monday with Kabbi B. D. Mindel officiating. • • • Tiger Shark, the melodrama starring Edward O. Robinson, which comes to the Tivoli theatre next Sunday and Monday presents settings SO unusual and realistic that Uie audience is held spellbound throughout. Actual scenes of tuna fishing in which Robinson and his crew participate with the evermenacing tiger sharks always present keep the audience in suspense. Robinson .shows his remarkable and versatile talents In the comedy por1 ons as well as in the part of the fisherman where his dramatic abilities are put to the test. In his loyalty to his pal. his devotion to ul he marries, and the subsequent denoument w hi c h follows when he discovers that the pal whom he has befriended and whose life he has saved is in love with his wife and the love in returned. The close of the picture is powerful and a real study of human nature. It Is well worth seeing. • • • Camp Wohelo. in the Blue Ridge :n' untalns, operated by Mrs. Bertha ; Levy of Baltimore and Miami, is aving a record season with < I11Idren from Pittsburgh. Chicago. Miami, Atlanta. Baltimore and Washington attending. Parents of the children have pledged their return r the coming year and with addi.' nal applications coming in. plans re now being made for the contruction of additional buildings for coming season. • • In preparing lor the coming High j ii... the Miami Jewish Orthooni re at 1011 will shortly elect : to ii. former rabbi. The I'almud Torah, which has been kept in full operation during the summer months "ill continue until the holi.v it.s enrollment has increased aterlally under the direction of Mr. Herman Braunstein. its present A cantor will chant the M.U80I services during the High Holy days and the synagogue will be completely renovated 10 Insure comfortable seating arnuwgements. • • Kibbi and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan returned to Miami last week after an absence of several months in the North during which time the rabbi attended the conference of Rabbis of Reform Jewish Congregations of America. • • • Mr. Louis Regal returned to Miami after an absence of several months spent visiting his family in New York city. Sunday-Monday, August 20-21: "Tioer Shark" Edward v. fiih St. Phone MIU | SPECIAL Vugusl 14 to 31st:Speclal A III per cent discount of every | inindle of 7"i cents or more. PLAYING AT Till. -Ill AVE. Ill' MR! West Palm Beach Notes M t 1 m? M, Hi W%te,_ jfr la. Ct *aMlvX Iting hei era and friends there • Miss Elsa Rossman, commercial ul New York, niece of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Segal, spent two weeks in Orlando and left Satinday for Jacksonville. • • • Milton Wildman arrived in Orlando to spend the winter months with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Schwartzwald. Denver has -pent the last week settling a flood. Elsewhere, difficulties have been reported too. in getting picnic watermelons under control, + The marriage of Miss Louise Sirkin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs H. Sirkin. this city, and William Birnbaum, son of Mr. and Mrs Louis P. Birnbaum of New York, was solemnized Friday. August 11. in New York. Miss Sirkin is a graduate of the Palm Beach High school and Grace Miles Studio of Dancing. Mr. Birnbaum is secretary and business manager for his brother. George Burns, of the radio team of Burns and Allen. • • • Mrs. J. Sneider left Saturday for .1 combined business and pleasure trip to New York and Washington • • • Mrs. D. Peldman left for Baltimore, where she will spend her summer vacation. • • • Miss Selma Karfunkle, daughter : Mrs, 1. Karfunkle, left Sunday I' 1 Cleveland, where she will make her home. She will also go i'i Chi aid Buffalo to \ Isll her fat her ly toie settling, • • • Lou Auberach and Ira May left Saturday by motor lor New York. Norfolk and Rhode Island. Mis. Sirkin lei! In rNew York to attend her daughb r's wedding, Ml 1 Louise Sirkin. to William Birnbaum Mrs B. Summers Is spend i;. rest of the summer in New York visiting her daughter, Dorothy, who AILS formerly of this city. • • i onard Peldman and Lou Gold left Sunday for New York and I'liildelphla by motor • Mr and Mrs. Al Moss (Gertrude Glasser) returned from their honeymoon Thursday. They were accompanied back by Helen Moss and Ruth Glasser, who were spending the summer in New York. • • • Mr. Ben Rose of Durham. N. C, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Morris Moss. Miss Rosabel] Seller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Scher. returned to the city alter spending a month in Chicago. • • Les ei ii tuitied this 1 :. afti ipending the summer in Rome, Ga Joan Crawford a/K/William Garqan in a scene from'r\QXX\" A benefit bridge party for Beth Israel Sisterhood will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. I. Gold. Hammond ave.. Palm Beach, to which the public Is invited. Mr. J. Goodmark and son Dan returned last Friday alter spending a month in New York. • • • Beth Israel Sisterhood entertained at a benefit bridge last Sunday morning at. Schwartzberg hall with Mrs. I. Prager and Mrs. Justin Held as the hostesses, Prizes for high scores were awarded to Mr. Max Greenberg, Mrs. 1. Gold and Mr, Prager, During the evening dellcious refreshments were served. The regular monthly meeting ol Beth El Sisterhood was held last Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. I. Moss, when important matters were acted on. A social hour followed. • • • Beth Israel sisterhood Is sponsorin .1 card party Sunday evening, beginning at 8 p. m. at the Mo hall, with Mrs. 1. Moss as hi The Hebrew Athletic Club sponsored a card party last Tuesday night at its clubrooms when a nice gatherings attended. In charge of arrangements was a committee consisting of Leon Chakin. Murry Grossman. Mrs. Murray Kellman. Nat Blumberg and Sol Levin. Jerry Reiner was master of ceremonies. Members of the girls' division assisted. • 0 • In preparation for the High Holy Days Beth David Synagogue is being renovated both inside and outside. Cantor Louis Hayman has been engaged to chant the Musof services and Rabbi Max Shapjro will preach the sermons and direct the services. • • Cantor Boris Schlachman. field representative of the Jewish Floridian. wiil leave shortly to visit Tampa. St. Petersburg, Orlando. West Palm Beach and Jacksonville. • • o Mark Max ol the Marks Store, icit last night to attend the meeting oi retailers at Washington, I) C, Where the code for retailers will be adopted. r cnuart Lumber Yards, Inc. We have everything to build anything CORAL GABLES OFFICE: Phone Evergreen 55S LITTLE RIVER BRANCH: Phone Edgewater 1166 COCONUT GROVE BRANCH: Phone Bayview :!T4 MIAMI SHORES BRANCH: Phone Edgewater 1117 QUALITY SERVICE Orlando, Fla. Notes. 1 he regular meeting ol the Orlando lodge 1043. Bnai Bnth. was held Tuesday evening at the Synagogue. Mr, B. J. Cohen presided. • • • Myer Shader, dairyman, was a delegate to Washington from Orlando In the interest of the Orange County Milk I'roducesr Association. • • • Judge Roth was the principal peaker this week at the meeting of irlando Lions Club. • • • A group ot the younger crowd went on a hay ride Wednesday evening in Sanl indo springs, where they all enjoyed the welnie roast and the swimming. • • Mr. Abe Berger left by tram for New York this week and exp for a tew mm: I • • • Jlmmj Baki 1 ; I Kol :i returned I 1 <> %  indo .. I i ix 'i 1. vai .I'II 'i ih. • • • Mr. H. Roth pent %  1 week-end al 1). .u !i • • • lixth birthday am : : daui hti r Ol Mr. and B brated re\; Levini avi .1 party at the.r home, Balloons and candy .; thi lit • and received I or guest. • • • Mrs i' shift %  turned ri %  hrough Georgia, visAnnouncement! DR CHAS. BECKW1TH OPTOMETRIST Has 11 turniti from 'lie National Optometrlc Convention and v I be in lus office 10 give personal attention to his patients. 36 N. E. First Ave. Waul to Sell Your Household Goods? Then Sell at A I'CTIOX and get highest prices from consumer. Consult RAY WRIGHT, auctioneer. Phone 2-2860. In the Heart of Your Neighborhood PIGGLY WIGGLY A Miami hutitntimt When a Chinese debtor fails to pay. they remove his door. Thus the unhappy fellow is left with nothing to shut on the collector's foot. One rather gathers from the late Cuban dispatches that hot lead is the new Havana filler. Radio Synagog Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder and director of the Radio Synagogue, will preach over WIOD at 10 o'clock Sunday morning on "Hiding From God." In addition to the sermon there will be prayers, scripture reading and a question box. %  %  %  %  % % % % % % % % % %  a The Keg Inn •Gold Beer Plate Lunches 1 1857 W. Flagler Street %  m MIAMI, FLA. %  % %  % % % % % % % % % %  Soy Bean Bread and nthrr % t-iri-tnhlthrenri 1 GOOD HEALTH BAKING COMPANY, INC. 216.1 W. Hauler St. Phone 2-:.ll 1401 Washington Avenue. M. B. The "Good Health" Kind + + i •+ %  + i i i i i i l i i i i + Dr. V. K. Jindra PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Announces Removal "I lli~ Offices to R03 WEST FI.AGI.EIt STREET Office llmir--: 2 to 5 p.m. — 7 liiH p.m. PHONE 2-G057 FREE FUEL HOT WATER' from SUNSHINE For all the hot WRttT JOU nt'frf in your home. *rv thr new AllMetal "SOLAR" with copper tuhinu. Longer life, greater efficiency. \ Solar for e*ery need. FREE ESTIMATES. Term~. Solar Water I [eater COMPANY Phone MIM Office and Factor] : mi :'n N. w. 2:, St. For fresh Sea Foods SI HI' AT CAPT. TOMS FISH MART Flagler St. anil Miami River hone 2-5321 We Never Clone OUR PRICES ARE. THE LOWEST Our Fish are the freshest — Caught by our own bo.its daily If it Is Sea Food, we have it at its very best, and at attractively lw prices. Our method of handling and selling Sea Food is in observance with all the sanitary rules and regulations.



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Page Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday. August 18. 1933 Joint Distribution In Roumania mlnation by the Impovi ed communities in Old Roumania and Bukovina to meet their welown revealed in a • by Dr. Bernard Kahn. Eurotor ol 'he Joint n.-': 1butlon Commit ti • :. t last winter I Pal lly, I'm so • KI Ited and so ire my happiro ne — and '-. : : 1 %  I had dreamed it would. It's all too wonderful, but let me go I bit and tell you all about it. I didn't tell anyone I was coming as I wanted it to be a surBefore I kit Rita gave me last minute pointers, i rein r a] .'-' 'don't forget :;'•:• things that count.'' I remember her telling me never he house or appear In pubIthout first surveying myself in the mirror and checking over City of Miami Bonds Robert H. Cook i Incorporated I 748 Ingraham Bldg. Phone 2-1191 ;". Dealer and Tiix Collection Agency PAINT SALE ( OVUM is UNTIL AUG. :siST 0irienS Quality Paints At greatly reduced prices. Thi? will be your last opportunity to buy GOOD PAINT so cheap. Why not come in and investigate? We will be glad to give you a free sample. & Glass Mirrors Paints 1212 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 2-8232 y %  ::• .-iloes aren'i i n n ol youi lit, that yi hanky, and that all tl l your dn :-.. %  her word ,: the pi' %  .: • and. you know, that ; i;:. 11-; %  up oi trifles. Once ; i-it of the house you should tx abli to forget youi your makeup and put yoursell en Into what you're doing. 'Don't '.ik.T hat literallyi. Hardly anyone recounted mi a' first and everyone was ask;: "ns as to what I had done to • .: and how I had b: about such a miracle. I didi. I aj a word about all my wickol trying to improve in..-ill and all of Rita's efforts—I just said that it in • have been New York One of my girl friends, Jeanie French, said that there was to be a dance at the country club the next night and that she was going •o tix up a blind date for me with Bill. As yet. he hadn't heard that I was in town. I spent most of the afternoon getting ready and using all my newly acquired knowledge so as to make .: as attractive as possible. I was to meet Bill at Jeanie's house i ; eard him drive up i d io run away I was • ii my knees were too weak. I looked out and there he wastne old Bill, and just as My heart mi i d a couple '.: beats %  • a i began ii inwould really be %  Maybe hiwouldn't more i went into while the maid let him in and turned my back to tindoor. He walked n, expecting t„ fmd as he was a little early and i turned and said "Hel-o, Buster: 1 wish you could have seen tinlook oi, .-.; la. i I ;, i ,1 n call him Buster—but no one else knew that pet name of mine, so you can Ine how surprised he was. He looked at me. swallowed hard. losed ins eyes, opened them, and pinched hlmsell to make .sure he wasn't dreaming. Then he said. "Joan?'' and that's all I remember. All I ran say is that my engagement ring again graces my left hand and I'm the happiest girl alive. They say that the way to a man's heart is through his .stomach but in this case it was through a little self improvement the stomach part will come later. Yours in love, JOAN. these communities for child-: purposes, made pub:: Rabbi Jonah B Wls national chairman of the committei : J effort. Dr. Kahn's report shows that the subventions by the Joint Dlstribu:. Committee totalled i Y' • the number o: hildren wen fed daily during the entile Wil J.158. The %  : lent •" 50.1000 Roumanian li .:. : feedii I thi ea Yoda in tresl rhen s.i-i children, 262 %  : ;: boj-.v. red ubvention was to tin M in '. %  : nowitz which re110 or 1670 Ii. m the Joint Disti Ibution committei and I i •..Qui .. M ::.. k in the same city and which led 155 .hildren a motion, a subsidy of $100 v. nted The children who came to the Queen Mam kitchen for food ranged from kinten to lyceum pupils, most ol them attending the various "volkschulen." Talmud Torah pupils n: the same city were provided for in the "Machzike Schabas" kitchen. Other cities where school luncheons \v e r e provided. Dr. •Announcements! i i CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox! 311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach The usual services begin at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services begin at 8:30 and Mincha services, followed by Marriv at 6:30 p.m. Late services have been discontinued until the High Holidays. Daily services begin at 8 a.m. TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 137 N. K. Nineteenth Street I)R. JACOB II. KAPLAN, Rabbi Eeginning with sen tees on Fridaj night, services will be held in Kaplan hall during the summer month! and will be very brief, Servin -.' benefit ol those who take theii n seriously and wish to at tend services. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (ConnervatiTe) 139 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi DESERVEDLY POPULAR GRAUPNER'S SILVER STOCK AND X-TRA FINE B F E R S BOTTLED AND DRAUGHT i_L "J "Best by Test" FLORIDA BEER DISTRIBUTORS. Inc. JOHN THEOPIIII.ES, General Manager Phone 2-7.160 Friday evening services begin a' ti:30 p.m. Saturday morning services begin at 8:30 a.m. Mincha followed by Marriv begin at 6:30. Daily services begin at 8 a.m. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION lOrthodoi) IMS S. W. Third Street 456 W. Flagler St. The usual Friday evening services begin at 6:30 p. in. to be followed by special late services beginning at 8:30 when Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom will lead the services and preach a sermon. Rabbi Rosenbloom is now serving as rabbi of the Jewish Community at Birmingham. Ala. Saturday morning services begin at 9 a. m.. and following the shachris. Rabbi Rosenbloom will preach in Yiddish on the portion of the week. Cola's Shoe Shop Highest Quality Workmanship and Materials Visit Our New Location 1233 WEST I I \(.l I l; ST. Opposite Firestone Station Kahn's report states, were Jassy / Roman. Botosani and Falm Old Roumania and RaStorojmetz and Wijnitz in Bukwvina. Dr. Kahn's report shows that the parents 11 tinchildren who were d to tide over the winter and attend school anIn tinmain iborers, traders and pedlars, many without any employment In most ol the lists i rental occupations, the largest gory is "unemployed." A: large category i"orphans." in submitting %  figures, Dr. Kahn commi • they indicate that without ':.' Ml i ns, the Boycott Of Nan's Found Effective Continued from page one> 500 refugees Into Holland, for instance, the records in the hands oi the Jewish committee caring for men and women showed tha' more than one-half of them had been maimed, some ol them foi life, "Thousand.ol Jews who have some savings In Germany are eating up those savings before they attempt to get out of the country It is Impossible to obtain, or withdraw, more than 200 marks, about S65 at the present rate of exchange. and since their deposits in banks would be lost anyway, a large num' ber ol German Jews are slowly using up their monetary possession:. "The leaders of the German Jews that I met believe there will be c slow stream of immigration of Jews from Germany for the next fifty years. They ask the cooperation of their fellow Jews m other countries to help those Jews who wish to leave Germany. They also a.sk that Immediate funds be sent to care for the Jews without any means ol support. especially those in the small towns, where the isolation of the race is the worst." children would have suffered hun%  ry day in the winter. •This report brings additional proof, if that is still i Rabbi Wise, "how determined the Jews ol eastern Europe are | sume responsibility for those them who have not yet been able to fight their way up to tin where they can provide for • ... own families, and how eagei art to care for the helpli In heir midst. One of ti. ol tinJews of Eastern Europe, whether it be in Rom or Poland or elsewhere Is that ennt winch they from tin know ledge thai afti : ..-. ... %  • can from can brethren the little more — to them, the much more — thai round out the sums actua I quired for their cultural and Ianessentials. The receipt -.: tin.-" subventions spurtin-. even greater self-sacrifice" IT SPEND YOUR I VACATION 1 THIS YEAR IN FLORIDA! 'prtjoui HEALTH! *§ //inn m\\W ( OUl'l I IE Beer Equipment Also Domestic Refrigerators Geo. Patterson, Inc. nor. Btaearni Blvd. Phone 1-48S4 SCHLITZ BEER BOTTLED AND DRAUGHT Is Still the Best on the Market For Sale at All Better Establishments MIAMI WHOLESALE GROCERYCO. DISTRIBUTORS 216 N. E. 11th St. Phone 2-3117 IF IT'S GRAHAM'S MILK It's Healthful and Always Fresh %  %  %  During the time there is no differential between the store and house prices of milk products, GRAHAM'S DAIRY will bottle only Jersey Milk, which should give you a Butter-Fat content of from 4.5 to 4.8 per cent. or approximately an increase of 10 per cent. Patronise the Healer Selling Graham's Milk to Insure the Best. GRAHAM'S DAIRY MIA A! I DEPOT: 416 N. E. 2nd Avc. Phone 2-1247. PENNSUCO, FLA.: (anal 255-J. • %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  a %  B %  a % % % % % % % % % % 



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I'jge fwo THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday. August 18. 1933. i PLAYING AT Till TIVOLl Till AIKI More than 60 guests attended the Dutch supper and bridge held at the home of Mr and Mr.-. Max Kupfersteln las) Sunday evening (or the benefit of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. Followin serving ol the supper bridge was played and prizes were awarded at each individual table for high score The door prize was won by Mrs Win Klein. Assisting Mrs. Max Kupfersteln was Mrs, Wm. Clein. A goodly >um was realized which will be used for the Talmud Torah fund ol the congregation. • • • Mrs Nathan Adelman will be hosIt the regular bi-weekly card party of the Ladies' Auxiliary ol the Miami Jewish Orthodox Conition winch will be held al the vestry room.of the Syna [Mesday evening, Augu 21 Prize.will be awarded lor high ni:c and refreshments will be ed, • • • Mr .1 Lang left by Clyde line ii daj afternoon to join his In New York, where he will everal week: visitin rel and it i turning to Miami about the middle • • • Frank C from h Hi ittei ded the clinics expoChica i t, who 151 St 2- if LJOID HEfDELBERfi f „ An BEER GARDEN z : jo Lvndvfon J>0< 40* 50* Start A SAVINGS ACCOUNT! Day in and day out—without any effort it will GROW and we help it to grow because— We Pay 5o Interest The Morris Plan Company Of Miami VIM ENT R. BUM 1:. Manager, 103 v E. 1 ii-i Ave, MIAMI, I LA. King Funeral I lome 11. Operated i>* I 1: INK <• McGH N'S WIDOW • w IM A vi Phones 2-3533—3-1624 SIDEBOTTOM lee Cream Co. 2424 \. W. 7th Ave. 1 inn w. Plaster 81. 19 \. \\ :n Oi St. PHONE :;-:-i-' Dancing In a palm sheltered garden wa.the attraction at the dance r. 111 by Junior Hadassah Sunday night at the Blackstone Hotel. Miami Beach. Guests assembled at small tables, and at midnight a bullet supper waserved. Bert Reisner, as master of ceremonies, itroduced Mrs. Sam Resnick. soprano, who sang "Ah, Sweet Mystery ol Life, accompanied by AdVan Stavoren. Albert Robinson, first state prize winner in Up dancing, also appeared in severs numbers. • • • Dr. and Mrs Charles Beck wit! and children. Horlense. Jules and rice, have returned from a sixmotor trip, which included thi visiting oi 19 states and Canada. While away, they attended golden wedding anniversary of Dr. Beckwitt'S parents, which was celebrated at the Fort Wayne hotel. In Detroit. Mich. They also visited thi World fair. Mrs. Sidney Bcskind entertained Wednesday night with a bridge and danci In honor 01 Mr Beskind. who has returned from a • ek • with his paklyn, N. Y. ( d l).,-. .d Letaw. Mr. and Mrs. Jos ph William I Market 1 I 1 ii k. 1 r and Mrs. \ : thai. Mrs May Cl I : 1 in Mr, and Mi Mr. and Mrs. Alex and Mrs Ben Mar.: %  : ing Saphln. Mr. and [1 Maxwell M Hai: %  Weinbei and Mi Georgi Oei 1 • • • he Joan Crawford le which comes to the %  'h avi itn Sunday and Month first ol ilnu mad' bj Lew Is Mill ce director-producer, under his wly-formed affiliation with JoM Schenck and the Art Cima Corporation. ncerns Itesll with a iidi'.-i rlpt reputation who. rtth .ri passenf ei on .1 .-'., schooner, 1marooned on the .-mall island ol I'.. when cholera breaks out among the crew. And the entire action ol the story occurs while the quarantine Is n 1 tfei t The central charai U a brimstone-smelling reformer nd the lady ol limber moral to force Into a path II i. a sergeant ol mading with the girl and li: a| 1 Im for her. rillye I and Mi • week for Nt '.'. re thi to Canada u TEXACO u < lificJ n LUBRICATION ;.( it iadvisable to have your .ai greased and lubricated, %  We all know this ithe m %  i>e-< way t" prevent trouble en the road and t" avoid unnecessary repair bills. BJ J SCHMIDT'S SERVICE %  STATION %  Lubrh at ion I Kperti %  H -lh SI. nl Jlsi \,, 1. %  % % % % % % % % % %  %  for a short stay before returning to Miami. • • • Mrs A. Cohen of Miami Beach, left last week by auto for Hendersonville. N. C. where she will spend the summer. She was accompanied on the trip by her son Benjamin, prominent local attorney. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Max Fell an receiving congratulations on the birth Ol a baby girl last Saturday a St. Francis hospital, Miami B t and baby are doing nl • • • Chi Gold stein, who arrived hi mi :• "mi a vac at li 11 Saturday, Is a patient at the Vicri shi will reAn important meeting ol Junto ... be held at thi lumbus hotel Monday evening, Au• K p, in., when that the organization will present In the near future will be discussed. All members are urged to attend. • • • Baron di Hirsch Meyer. Miami uncilman, left last %  nd several weeks In Ni Ifork City and other cities for a %  ;; Ini and pleasure trip. An Imj al meeting ot thi board ol governors ol the Young .MenHebrew Association, formerly thi In blew Athletic Club, will be held at the Clubrooms this evening at H p, ni.. when a s horl si sslon will be held. • %  Mi Bertha Mendelson ol the Alrap Shoppe, returned this week mat ombined bui In and plea ure trip during which time Bhe visited rels 1 ind frieni In 1 Or0, Detroit, Clevi land and Ni w York. 1 he ; Bii ''". is I 11 ed al '*< \ dis%  'Briei becausi I lb ntei %  p is bein %  li yfront Pi rk v .Man: Wilcox, congn a rrom thi l irth Flo da onal district as the mam speaker. A full account will appear in our next issue. • • • Mr and Mrs. William Elman have returned from a six-week stay in Montreal. Canada, and New York city. They were the guests Of Mr. Elmanparents in Montreal and visited Mrs. Elman's mother. Mrs. Frances R. War.sch.off. who is in New York for a month. In Charleston they were the guest.of Dr. and Mrs. F. J. McFay. • • • Congratulations are being received by Mr. and Mrs. Hyland Rifas on the birth of a baby boy at the Victoria hospital this week. The Bris will be performed next Monday with Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiating. Mother and baby are resting nicely. • • With a lame crowd in attendance the old-fashioned barn and country store dance sponsored by Beth David congregation and Sisterhood was held at its Talmud Torah hall Wednesday night, The hall was decorated to carry out the general I country store scheme and patched I farmers and gingham farmerettes aided In the general plan.-. H. H. Farr, who was master ol ceremonies, %  ted Milton Traeger in a country dance, and Louis Regal in a count:.', dance and Russian sailor numbei b th I w horn wt re gr< atlj ided Many In the hicl al deal ol fun id Mrs. Thomas Cohen won the gooturkey. Stanley C. Myers was In charge of games, and Mrs. J. Engler in charge of booths. The proceeds will be used for the redecoration of the Talmud Torah and Synagogue of the congregation. ARE WE faith with those who trust u wc living up to our obligations we risk their future happiness b ignoring the problems chat would arise for them it. sonic day, we did not come home? Life insurance offers the saft and certain answer. There isubstit utc. A Southern Health &: Life Insurance Policy on each one is necessary to protect the others from the privation and expense caused In t lie last illness and death. A few pennies each week ithe total cost. SOUTHERN LIFE & I li \1.n1 INSURANCE COMPANY T. s. 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Page lour THE JEWISH FLORI Dl AN Friday. August 18. 1933. &f &f &f %  ..:..:..:. **** 1 •:• •:• •:• •:• &f •:• •:• % %  • •' % %  •' % %  % % %  %  %  • •'•• ••• •' % %  %  '•• •'•• ••• ••• ••• •• %  ••• •• %  ••• Safcui 0gtui0iig SUtllrtut Edited h RABBI S. M MACHTEJ 1. SONDA\ MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI, FLORIDA SUNDAY, AUGUST 13, IMS. No. 16. ,;..;..;..;..;..;..>.;. .> •;• •> •> v •!v •> •> v eft Vol. II. ***** -:• •:• •: %  &f ****** Tampa, Fla. Notes Mrs. Max Arglntar 01 Tamp li : %  foi an 1 % %  .'' nsive trip to A hi ville, N. C. On her return Ashevllli -inwill spend ;i few weeks with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. M. Coolik, ui Newnan, Ga. • • • Mi Rutli Cohen, daughter of i t "LOVING THE STRANGER" Scripture Reading, Deuteronomy, Chapter x. Verses 18-18 Inclusive T HE BOOK OF DEUTERONOMY, from which oui eadlng %  to th( farewi j, v ,, ... U p %  r emphasizes the simple truths ol reli• a thi Lord thy God require ol tl erenci Mr and Mrs Meyer Cohen of Cn all Hi ways, and to love Him, and to serve God with all thy heart and with all thy soul ." And. 1 Israel with, "Love ye therefore !,„.,, era In the land of Egypt." The prophet Mlcah com: ,n in the verse, "He hath shown thee, o man. what is what doth the Lord require ol thee, but to do Justly, and to ( ,i Miami arc tho guests 01 her and to walk humbly with thy God?"' mother, Mrs. 1 Silverman, 908 7th man to love God, to walk in all Hi ways, and to ave., Tampa. d0 ,.. hould not be n to admonish him to love the stranhas returned to New York city a month's visit here and In other parts of the state. lay niisht at the Tampa Yacht and Country club, to which many visitors from neighboring cities have been issued. • • • Manuel Sanchez's orchestra will provide music on the outdoor dance zo from 0 o'clock until after mldni hi fUe committee in charge includes J, Silverman, 1. Salisbury, Sol Flelschman, P. Poller, W. Wolfii n 8. .swart/. N. Rabinovich, o. Verkauf and Louis .simu-.it/ • • • Regular services are held by Rabbi Burger at Rodeph Sholom Synagogue every Friday at 8 p. m. and Saturday mornings at 'J a. m. L. (Pop) GERSONI Buyer of all kinds of scrap' metal. We sell auto parts. I machinery etc. SMI N. W. BECOND AVENUE I 1 Keys Made While You Wait IR. L. (Bob) CARKi Safe. Gun and I.oek Expert I ALL WORK GCARANTEEI) i 211 N. E. I3th St. 1'hone 2-07IX I + + Mrs Jack Aronovitz and children Mrs M. H. KLsler of 2108 Nebraska ave.. was the guest ught to purchase a lot within the greater Mian.: area. Hi 1 pay the price that was asked and Hi that there wa ome unusual delay In closing the deal, Hi ight an 1 xplanation. it was forthcoming. Thi broker was advl d thai • owner would not ell to a Jew. of coursi ition came In an indirect way and In a manner that wa.meant to be disarming. But thi ti ith leaked out, Nov.. that Is all very legal. The owner ol any property, real or perhl to choose his 1 1 %  1 Ithin 11 rtain humane restrictions, it appears that the title to the property, vested In a Jew, would me way injure some one. H a Jew were to build a house on tljat ground and would rent an apartment to a non-Jew. what would happen? What would happen it he wen ti rent to Jew? What Is there about the Jew that makes him unlit as a tenant or .1 neighbor? Mj host, who related this story to me. assured me that had he known of the restriction placed by 'he owner, he would have made no oiler to buy and would have looked elsewhere for an Investment of his money. From my knowledge of this man. I am certain that the money was earned in. east a. honorable a way athat oi the owner ol the lot. But this Jew is a stranger, Though he has been here for yearand has added materially to the wealth ol 'incommunity, he is still a stranger. And. this [rood Christian ha forgotten, or most likely, never knew ol thehistoric record >>: the pi %  ecution <>: Christians 111 like manner. He must • 1 m keeping his propertj free from the undesirable stran•o ever read Scripture and theinstuction to "love 'he strangi I am not interested In defending this one Jew nor am I condemning this one Pagan 1 cannot call such conduct "Christian." What 1 do thi practio that ha ruined nation.and ha. debased civilizations. I have high regard for the community m which I live. I do not care 10 witness tinregn ion which history proves is theresult ol such practices of intolerance. We fight tor progress We must -tamp out anything that will retard the pro n : tins community. What would this Greater Miami area look like 11 all the native Jews wen pull up taki and leave? What sights would greet your eyes II no Jew during the season? What effect has the report ol such an incident on any pn 1 Jewish settler or Investor? II you can'l ee thi ethli Involved; it you aren't Interested In the principle oi the thing; 11 the religious practice ol "loving the stranger" has no appeal to your deadened senses, look at it in the light of business. It i.s not up to me to stamp out uch practici The Jew hould not 08 ""' '"" to Champion UCh B cau e. Such discriminations are no reflection e„, my people. The lack ol breeding and the absence ol dealing resl al anotherdoorstep.—not ours. Hones' Christians should lake measuri 5 to stop such bigotry from spreading. As long a.you permit -uch discrimination to continue, I doubt the sincerity of your friendly gestures. Spend lea Mm.. m patting the Jew on the back and more time in instilling culture in those among your people who need It I'm doing my bit by laboring amonmy people to make them more Jewish. The nearer I approach my goal the better you will like the fin St. Petersburg Notes ices are held every Friday evening at 8 o'clock at Con. tion Bnai Israel. 921 9th st. North, conducted by Rabbi Alexander S. Kleinfeld. ... The young Maccabees had a boat party on Monday. August 14. being chaperoned by Mi-ss Carrie Flato tnd iiabbi A. s. Kleinfeld. lie visited Shell Island and Fort Dade. All the memberwenpresent and everyone had an enjoyable time. • • • The entire Jewish community oi St. Petersburg was grieved over the sudden death of Mrs. Ethel Eber. 1 formerly Ethel Greenbergi winch occurred Friday afternoon, August 11. Burial wa.s made 1 at Royal Palm cemetery, service %  !>•.:.. I dialed by Rabbi A. s. Kleinfeld The deceased was a resident ol this city lor the past 10 years, and : survived by her parents and a brother. • • • Rabbi Alexander S. Kleinfeld has returned from Ills vacation which was pleasantly -pent at Miami Beach, Fla. The Hebrew cia-se..r the congregation will be resumed. commencing Monday morning at 10 o'clock. I BEAUTIFY THE GRAVES! Iira*c Murker* Made to Order H. Cliff Dresser I-: N. W. L'l'nd Street %  T product. They will be ime tenaiiis and desirable neighbors. 11 my colleagues Ol the Christian ministry would devote themselves to making better Chrl : their church-members and would tell them how fine we jew.are instead of telling it to us when they address our gatherings, we would love one another as brothers. There would be no strangers Hotel And Restaurant Equipment GEOEGE IDIXON COMPANY "The House That Service lUnli" %  > 1100 V E. 2nd Avenue Phone 2-67.51 v-, EXCURSIONS WORLD'S FAIR Round Trip from Miami to Chicago, $34.00 St. Louis, $25.90 These bargain excursion fans 00 sale from all Florida points to Chicago, St. Louis and many other North and West destinations on the following dates: September 1st, 2nd, 3rd; October 5th and 6th; November 28th and 29th. REDUCED PULLMAN FAKES ON All. EXCURSION DATES Dixie ExpressDixie Flyer TWO line, fast trains daily take you in cool comfort through the heart ol Dixieland via Atlanta. 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^Jewish floridlan I J.OKID/VS ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY Vol. 6. No. 33. MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. AUGUST 18. 1933. Price Five Cents Jewish News About the World Wassermann Autobiography to Heal witli Nazi Mas York, N. Y. — A revised edi: the autobiography of Jacob >rman, internationally famous i • : t: ..n Jewish novelist who.se an now taboo In Germany, be published in the tall. Wass. : iann's life story, first issued In 1921, has been rewritten In the light "i the present conditions in Germany. The 1921 edition discussed the anti-Semitic prejudice in Germany when Wassermann was a boy. The title of the book will be "My Life as German and Jew." Noted Rabbi To Speak Here Boycott Of Nazis Club Sponsors Noted Firms Jewish Juvenile Delinquency Drops in New York New York. N. Y. —Jewish Juvenile delinquency in New York City di creased by 33 percent in the last eleven years a.s a direct result of the activities of Jewish communal welfare and character-building institutions, according to a report issued by Dr. John Slawson. executive director of the Jewish Board 'of Guardians. The report is based on a study of children's court arraignments during the last llyears. The report points out that while the total number of arraignments during the period showed an increase Of 1.392. Jewish cases were reduced by 437. Jewish juvenile delinquents represented 22.07 percent of the total delinquents in 1922. the first year of the survey while last year this percentage was reduced to 14.6 percent. Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom ol Montgomery, Ala., will arrive here today to deliver a series ol addresses al the Miami Jewish Orthodox conition, 1545 S. w. 3rd -i on Jewish education and problem fronting present-day Jewry. Rabbi Rosenbloom, who is a graduate of the Chicago Theological Seminary, is a speaker of note and well known in the rabbinate. He will deliver the tirst address al special services in the synagogue at 8:30 p. m tonight, to which the public is invited. Saturday morning the Rabbi Will preach in Yiddish between the Shachris and Musof services. Sunday evening the Rabbi will deliver the final address al a time and place that will be announced tonight at the services. Athletic Club Changes Name Found Effective Free Dance stew Migration From Germany May Last Fifty Yean, Leader Says On Arrival Here. Nathan Straus' Nephew to Marry Christian Interlaken. N. Y.-Intermarriage will claim another member of the famous Straus family when Ralph I. Straus, son of Percy S. Straus, president of R. H. Macy <*: Co.. and ol the late Nathan Straus and grandson of the late Isidor Straus, is married to Miss Matilda Bradford Day. daughter of Mr. ad Mis. Dwight Huntington Day of Interlaken. The wedding will take place in All Saint Church. Interlaken on August 31. The bride is a descendant of Wilfam Bradford, second governor of the Plymouth colony. The Hebrew Athletic club at a meeting held in the clubrooms last Wednesday night by an overwhelming majority adopted a resolution to c hange the name ol the organization to the Young Men's Hebrew Association and to affiliate with the national association. The club, which was formed nearly two years ago. has broadened its original scope and with the new name pro• •() branch out tin work of the .alien to include general community center work in the city Al i lie present tune it has a girls' division and with'the beginning of the winter season will undertake a series of cultural endeavors in addition to the athletic activities it is now fostering. Nazis Oust Envoy for Jewish Ancestry Berlin. — Because of his Jewish origin. Heinrich von Kauffman, Cierman minister to the Argentine, has been recalled by the Hitler government. Dr. Walter Zechlin. German ambassador to Germany, who recently protested the Jewish boycott of German goods in Mexico, has also been recalled because of his previous prominence as a Socialist. Christian Mission Trues Promotion of Jewish Judge New York. N. Y.—Magistrate Louis B. Brodsky has earned the unique distinction of being recommended for appointment as chief justice of the new Family Court by the Protestant Episcopal Mission Society. Rev. L. E. Sutherland, superintendent of the mission on Bleecker Street, has written to Mayor O'Brien saying that the contact his organization has had withMagistrate Brodsky had convinced him of the magistrate's worth and understanding of human problems and his fine social vision. Final Dance Contest Sunday The fourth and final of a series of dance contests held this season will be given by the Junior Council of Jewish Women at the Tropical Jungle Gardens Sunday evening, August 20. when the winners of the previous contests will compete for the beautiful loving cup which will be awarded to the winning couple. In addition to Uie dancing a floor show has been provided and a very interesting evening is promised Mrs. Mae Levine is chairman of the committee in charge of arrangements. The bo; ;in t German goods, among Jews a.well as nonJews, has spread over all Kurop %  and thousands of Jews are still continuing to escape from Hltlei and Hitlerism, Samuel A. Frommer of Indianapolis said Wednesday on his return on the steamer StatenMIIII ol the Holland-America Line. He made a month's investigation in Europe. Mr. Frommer, who is president of the advertising agency of Samuel Frommer Company of Indianapolis, a member of the Chicago Stock ExChange, and secretary of the Indianapolis Welfare Fund, conducted his investigation in conjunction with the Bnai Brith and the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee. FOUND TRADE BADLY HURT. Despite reports to the contrary, emanating from Nazi headquarters, the loss of trade to Germany has been terrific." said Mr. Frommer. •Jews and non-Jews throughoui Europe are showing their resent incut of Hitler's policy of extermination by boycotting German good. Ol every description. The boycott has gone so tar that the officials of Algiers, in northern Africa, ret used admittance to a large German liner carrying more than ">oo tourists, on the grounds that the ship flew the swastika flag, and the Algiers authorities would not recognize it. "In Portugal. Greece, Yugoslavia. Egypt. Italy. Switzerland. France, Holland and England the boycott is lowly but surely strangulating German export trade. Iii Amsterdam I met Alois Miedl. a friend ol Hitler's, a leading industrialist, and one of the heads of the Nazi propaganda forces in Holland. He told me that, with the cooperation of the American government, something could be done to lessen the stringency of the regulations against the Jews in Germany, and at the same time, save some of the German foreign trade, which he admitted was slipping fast.'" SHOWS BOYCOTT I'OSTKRS. Mr. Frommer displayed various small posters or stickers, used in Holland in the German boycotl campaign, such as "Do not employ German servants." "Do not patronize German firms." and "Beware ol the propaganda of Nazi spies." "The atrocities against Jews in the smaller towns of Germany have not ceased." Mr. Frommer continued. "Out of a total of about 2.(Continued on page six) The girls' Installation dance sponsored by the Young Men Hebrew Association, formerly 'he Hebrew Athletic Club, will be held tiiis coming Sunday evening, August 20. beginning at 8 p. 111 and will be Into the public. Till:, is bellidone tO afford the public an opportunity to see the Clubrooms and 'o give 'lie girls' division, recently organized encouragement to further work. Refreshments will be served aand a floor show will be provided at the clubrooms. where the dance 1 be ing held. Noted Cantor Is Robbed Thieves entering the home of Cantor M. Kaminsky, who has been spending the past few months in Miami, last Monday night obtained the sum of one hundred and seventy dollars which the Cantor kept in his trousers pocket in the bedroom of his home. Entry was made through jimmying one of the doors of the house. No clues to the thieves have yet been obtained. Cantor Kaminsky has been a noted figure in the Jewish musical world, particularly in the field ol litumy. and occupied many pulpits both ill this country and abroad. He retired some years ago to enter the field of teaching, having as his pupils such noted cantors as Mi red cai Hershman, Shlisky and others. Miami's cantors have also studied with him durum the past years Conference To Be Held Soon Final plans lor the formation of a state-wide, conferjence of nil Jewish organizations in Florida are now being completed. The conference will be held in Miami sometime in October, according to present plans and will be attended by three delegates from each organlzation, A number of prominent rabbis and lay speakers will deliver address on subjects of vital interest to Florida Jewry. The question of whether or not a woman's auxiliary is to be formed at the same time has not yet been discussed. Active in the movement is Rabbi Adolph Burger of the Rodeph Sholom congregation of Tampa. The organization committee will meet in Miami the early part of September, at which time the agenda for the conference will be approved and the meeting place determined. LEST WE FORGET In carrying out the custom to extend greetings to fellow Jews and to receive felicitations from their non-Jewish rriends on the occasion of the New Year. iRosh llashonol. through the medium of the Jewish paper, we respectfully urge upon the people of Florida: The Jewish Kloridian is the only Jewish weekly in the entire State of Florida: it is the only JF.WISII PUBLICATION of any kind that pirnts news of the Jewish communities of the State; it is the only means whereby impartial, unprejudiced and live news of the Jewish community is available. If you want to print your New Year greetings where It will reach the Jewish people of the State of Florida, place it in THE JEWISH FT.ORIIHAN, In simple justice and fairness to yourself and the Jewish community. Aided Hitler Powerful American industrial and banking Interest including the bouse of Morgan, General Motor. 1 -. Henry Ford, .md Investment bankers "closely connected with the late [var Krueger" and a prominent New York "national bank whose president made frequent trip '" Berlin," all contributed heavily to Mir German Nazi party in the year before Adolf Hitler attained power Those charges are made in a sensational volume which expresse Hitler a.s a Frankenstein, according to a London dispatch to The Chicago Tribune. The author, a young German, writing under the pen name of John S. Steel, is believed to be well known in certain financial and diplomatic circles of the United States, where he was active as a "private agent" of Hitler's financial adviser Dr. Hjalmar Schacht, president of the reichsbank. The book's preface is contributed by the well-known political scientist. Prof. Harold J. Laski, of London. S:i50.000.000 FOR PROPAGANDA The author of the book says he collected private information of an economic and financial nature in the United States but was also engaged in Dr. Schacht's special work of collecting funds lor Hitler, the inside story" of which he now reveals for the first time. According to the book, Hitlerism. the most elaborate and costly political movement in the history of middle Europe, spent 1350,000,009 for propaganda and to pay Nazi storm troopers before it attained power. The book maintains that these millions came from the bank accounts ot foreign as well as German 1 1 eager to counteract and crush Hie political radicalism ot laI bor union power in Germany. Hitler was sold to American 1 money magnates to the extent of I several million dollars. Steel e.stiI mates. REVEALS AMERICAN GIFTS. The book says General Motors gave a total of $200,000 from the American offices of its Acceptance corporation after the purchase of the Opel auto works in Germany made them desirous of eliminating the inconvenient labor and social legislation sponsored by the German Socialists and the affiliated federation of labor unions which was recently dissolved by the Nazis. "Hitler's most important business connection in the United Statehowever, was Henry Ford." Steel writes. He describes how Hitler and Ford first were linked as a consequence of the famous Chicago libel suit and the suspension of Ford's weekly. The Dearborn Independent, which was filled with lurid antiSemitic "revelations." TELLS OF FORD SIPPORT. Steel says that "after the suit Ford entered into conversation with the firm of Munich publishers of Hitler's party literature." that Ford proposed that they reprint in pamphlet form a selection of The (Continued on page three'



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Friday. August 18, 1933. THE JEWISH FLORI Dl AN Page Three THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY b> the IE WISH FWiKIIHAN PUBLISHING CO. P. O. Bra 2!'":i Miami. Florida I'hone 2-1183 EXECUTIVE OFFICBSl 115-11 Seeorlt* Hide. Phoiif 2-649S EDITORIAL OPPICEBi U| B. W. I'ilh Avenue I'hone 2-1183 .1. LOUIS SIIOCIIET. Editor I |>w Mill ( AKI.IN. Advertising Manager linn K. BHOCHBT, Circulation Manx*' CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Field Representative If Dr. Wise saw lit not to endorse this boycott program, that wa right and privilege and certainly there was no reason for Untermyer's being "catty" about It. We are .sure Mr. Untermyer has on occasions seen CM to hold aloof programs rig Jewry sponsored by i>:'. Wise which was also his right and privilege. There is too much oi this bickering and calling of names our leaders and we are heartily sick of it. ii is about time that we had sense enough to discus issues without dragging In personal!tii The Baltimore Jewish Times. Entered H lecond clrae natter July 4. %  I itn' Pual Office at Miami. Florida, .i it the Act nf March 3, 187U. WEST PALM BEACH ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN, Representative ORLANDO MRS. ANN BERGER Representative TAMPA. FLA.: Mrs. M. II. Kistler Representative SUBSCRIPTION Six Month. 1 1.00 tine Ve.r M OO FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1933. Vol. 6 — No. 33 The Boycott For a long time we held out against the anti-Hitler boycott by Jews throughout the world, but now it Is becoming increasingly evident that that is the only weapon left to us with which to make an impression on the Nazis. We have It from a source of unquestioned reliability, but which for obvious reasons we cannot mention, that the Nazis arc tremendously worried over the results of the boycott. This is not idle gossip but a fact. If the truth were known, conditions in Germany because of the economic throttling to which the people are being subjected, makes a gloomy picture but one must make up his mind that the world is getting mostly false reports from German cai Ions we have seen such an aland in fear of its own shadow, and that neither the German people nor the outside world really knows what Is going on. Occasionally, information is smuggled through which is illuminating in revealing conditions lar different from the ballyhoo of Hitler and his press agents. Whether we like it or not the boycott is becoming more intensively organized, and once under way in its maximum effectiveness we are likely to see some startling changes in Germany. While on this subject, we cannot refrain from criticising the unwarranted charge made by Samuel Untermyer, the head and front of the boycott conference, against Rabbi Stephen Wise. He is reported to have said that Dr. Wise is a trouble maker, but that the reason he was opposed to the boycott conference Is because he 'Dr. Wise) discredits every movement he cannot lead. There is no reason for such comment, for whatever may be said in criticism of Dr. Wise, even his lair minded enemies will admit that he has the courage of his convict ions and that he either favors or opposes a movement in Jewry because he honestly believes in the lightness of his position. We also think it is in exceedinglybad taste to note from time to time ungenerous attacks being made upon our spiritual leaders by laymen. Frankly, it is only on the rarest occasions we have seen such ana attitude on the part of our neighbors. Noted Firms Aided Hitler i Continued from page onei The Prodigals Return One of the most often repeated complaints of Jewish leaders is that Jews are not Jewish enough, that Jews who reach the top In the proCessions, In business and in public life are too prone to forget their people and their responsibility to them. This cry has been heard so often that, those who utter it have almost given up ot having it heeded. But today Jews who rarely regarded themselves as such are giving heed and returning to the House oi Israel. In London. Lord Melchett was converted to Judaism, the religion of his lather. In Paris. Arnold Schoenberg, the composer, returned to the faith he abandoned in 1921. Everywhere we find a renaissance of Jewishness among Jews who had either denied their Jewishness or preferred to forget it. In the United States Jewry has been particularly hard-hit because SO many prominent Jews remained aloof from the Jewish community. ()1 late, however, these non-Jewish Jews have been returning to the fold. Albert Lasker. former head of the Shipping Board, has just accepted membership on the executive commit tee ol the American Jewish Committee. Samuel Untermyer. whose voice was for years absent from the councils of Jewry, has taken the lead in fostering the anti-German boycott. It is even rumored thai Bernard Baruch has been sitting in on Jewish conferences. From ocean to ocean comes the news that Jews who ignored rabbinical thunderlngs on the duty of Jews to Jews, of the need of Jews to be joined to the House ol Israel, are coming back. In this hour of crisis the return of these prodigals is a hopeful sign It is evidence that Jewish life Is Still vibrant and strong. It is proof that Jewry is not singing its swan song. It is an indication that within the hearts of these Jews there is still a Jewish passion that no amount of fame has been able to extinguish. It needed only a stimulant to fan it into flame. We welcome these returning sons home. We need them, more of them, all of them. Belgian Labor Urges Boycott of Germany Antwerp.—A new appeal to all Belgians to maintain a strict boycott of all German goods and services has been Issued by the Belgian Federation of Labor. The plea urges strengthening the antiGerman boycott by every possible means. Dearborn Indepent articles translated into German, He says Ford approved the joint use of his name with Hitlers in advertising pamphlets and ropplled 140.000 for the campaign. "Tins check represented the Clrst Cinanclal support of Hitler by Ford." Steel declan KAISER'S SON NAMED. When in 1929 Prince Louis Ferdinand ol Prussia, son of the former crown prince, was given a position In Ford's Detroit engineering works, Steel says that "Ford valued the services rendered him by the charming prince at $300,000." Steel relates that this money crossed the ocean mostly in the form of notes and found its way into the Nazi party chest through the intermediary of the former kaiser's favori'e son. "Auwi" i Prince August Wilhelm.i In Chicago, too. Louis Ferdinand made hay for Hitler while the social sun shone, says Steel, together with Ins younger brother. Frederich Wilhelm. The charming Prussian princes worked the "social racket" so successfully, according to Steel that their bank account there "was kept well supplied with their eventual destination in Germany through the medium of three or four different banks." CHARGES MORGAN CONTRIBUTED. The technique employed Hitler sales organization United Slates is described lows: "When contributions were in cash they were invariably sent on to Doctor Schacht." The bis banking houses, the book alleges, gave mostly cheeks — on oilier banks. According to Steel, the "famous investment bankers" mentioned gave S.">0,(I00 in three installments— 15,000, 110,100 and 135,%  00; the Morgan bank gave 160,000 and later 186,000. The author says he was arrested in Germany Feb. 8 and imprisoned for two days on Wannsee Island near Berlin because "I knew too much." He escaped from jail and reached Paris. Two of England's richest publishers are Lord Beaverbrook and Lord Rothermere. It is openly hinted in the book that the latter contributed through his Swedish paper mills tuiu.'.s placed at the disposal of Hitler's propaganda publishers. Above all Britons in support of the Nazis. Steel places the international oil magnate. Sir Henri Deterding. Ivar Kreuger was approached for contributions by Capt. Hermann Goering and gave generously until he committed suicide. Steel says. Even the French armament industry donated through "German's Basil Zaharoff"—Arnold Rechberg (according to Steel), They knew. Steel says, that the Hitlerites in power in Germany would mean heavier armaments for France. THE 'Returned Vacationer" would like advice In the matter ol a lawn that is a little too Ii n for lav,tunow i and too short cor a scythe, Putting mother hubbards on the fan dancers at the Chicago Pair Is ;it to be the Cirst major setback Cor the Nude Deal, by the in the as ColHell is just a place where unusual weather is usual. Everybody Is trying to understand the Intricacies of the Recovery Act and its Car-reaching program. I offer the Morris story as my contribution to the economic merry-go-round discussions, and don't think I'm fooling. Morris went to Julius. "Julius, let me have a hundred dollars—I'll pay you back Saturday." He got the money. But when the following Saturday arrived, he didn't have the cash to repay Julius, so he rushed to Nathan. '•Say. Nathan, let me have a hundred dollars and I'll pay you back Wednesday." He got the hundred and paid his debt to Julius. When the following Wednesday arrived, he was still in the same boat, so he returned again to Julius. Listen. Julius, I certainly made good with you last Saturday—let me have another hundred." Again he received the money and rushed to return it to Nathan. And in that way it went back and forth for months. Finally the two who were loaning Morris the money accidentally met — and Morris saw them meet He rushed over to them. "I'm glad you two fellows met. Listen, Julius every Wednesday I want you to send Nathan a hundred dollars. And you. Nathan, every Saturday, I want you to send it back to him—and leave me out of this." tnu l find n new fuels, thinks a PittSbUTg savant. An abandoned midget golf course, we hears, yields a very pi at. Washington is kindly Hot n In distilleries SO that there will be enough whiskey In case ol repeal, or even otherwise. Germany resents French interference With her interference with Austria, which Frame resents, If it still isn't clear, ask the nearest diplomat. Hamburg to Race Heine Monument You'd think a cricket in the course of a summer would get awluli ly tired of crickets. How odd that the warring dairy interests never learn contentment from the cow. Incident to Mr. Garner's induction in a Texas lodge, a delicate question arose whether a Vice-President should ride the goat or vice versa. We are indebted to oue of our subscribers, Mr. Leopold of I'ahokee for the above article appearing ill "The Guardian" recently. How does one bed down the small lizards the children bought this summer at the circus, if one doesn't have a lounge? I've been working' on the railroad, All the live-long dayBe careful. General Johnson'll get you. Berlin.—The Hamburg senate has ordered the immediate demolition of the monument of Heinrich Heine, immortal German .(.-wish poet, which stands in the Hamburg citypark. Nazi newspapers declare that "this memorial to the Jew Heine. glorified as a poet by the old system, has been giving serious offense to the German citizens." Plebe, i handing cartoon to editor i -"Now, this is a picture of a cow eating grass." Editor—"I don't see any grass." Plebe—"Aw, the cow's eaten all the grass." Editor—"And Where's the cow?" Plebe—"Well, you can't expect the cow to hang around when all the grass is gone." Cavalry officer—"What's most important and used aid in riding?" Yearling—"First aid sir!" The avenue of escape is a popular thoroughfare. Good luck is seldom displayed on bargain counters. If a man is easily bought it is difficult to make him stay bought. A close-fisted man is often liable in the use of his closed fists. When the proverbial rainy day comes lots of men use borrowed umbrellas. Some men are as proud of what they do as others are of what they can avoid doing Some men boast that they can't be fooled twice in the same way but there are lots of other ways. When prosperity comes to a man his wife thinks she mast live up to it and a little beyond. It has always seemed to us that a new bank could attract a lot of favorable notice and attraction byoffering, on opening day, souvenir loans. HEAR Lll'SKY MAY SUCCEED ARLOSOROFF London.—Louis Llpsky. former president of the Zionist Organization of America.and now chairman of the American Palistine Campaign, may be eleted a member of the Jewish Agency Executive in Jerusalem as the successor of the late Dr. Chaim Arlosoff, according to a report in the London Jewish Chronicle. "At least until there has been some ageing." remarked Old Man Wayside, "the figures 3.2 look to me as if they were slightly exagerated." A correspondent is worried by the problem of what to do with a wire mattress that has become rusty. We advise him to sleep on it. An Investigation In Cleveland as to why police field day tickets were selling poorly has been worthwhile. It reveals that half the towns speakeasies have closed Two Nazis Ousted from Holland Amsterdam—For participating in political activities in the Heerlen mining district, two Nazis have been expelled from Holland simultaneously with the promulgation of a police order announcing that all 'foreigners living in the Heerlen section will not be permitted to cross the Dutch frontier to take part in Nazi exercises in Germany. Violators of the ruling will be expelled from Holland. Denver has spent the last week settling a flood. Elsewhere, difficulties have been reported, too. in getting picnic watermelons under control. When a Chinese debtor fails to pay. they remove his door. Thus the unhappy fellow is left with nothing to shut on the collector's foot. One rather gathers from the late Cuban dispatches that hot lead is the new Havana filler.


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