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The Jewish Floridian ( September 1, 1933 )

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if*Jewish Florid tin folTe. No. 35. FLORIDA'S ONLY JLWISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA. SKP'I EMBER 1, 1933. Price Five Cents [ewish News .bout the World .THKR SAYS GERMAN PEOPLE FOSTER ANTISEMITISM, NOT HITLER. |NI-W York, N. Y. — Anti-Scmitn in Germany is a manifestation the will of the German people \i(\ not a policy dictated by Hitler any member of his government, %  cording to Dr. Hans Luther, Gerin ambassador to the United lates. who returned here from a %  0-months' visit to Germany. huie admitting the existence of a |i > .1movement" of anti-Semitic line in Germany, Dr. Luther connde-d thai the American people lave been led to believe the whole lip i e of the national revolution in pmany was to oust and persecute Jews. That is absolutely un%  The Jewish question was Just \, many matters that came up lich the people wanted settled. b' one person in the government larded it as of primary importer The anti-Semitic purposes the German people arc not the in ol the revolution and const ionly a fraction of it. only one |ii among many in the regenera(il a nation." Dr. Luther also |d that the Hitler government dei to settle the Jewish question well as possible." Dr. Luther' statements were nply Challenged by Morris Waldtu. secretary of the American Irish Committee, and Bernard F. putsch, president of the American rish Congress. Mr. Waldman deiied that Dr. Luther's attempt to Billy the Nazi revolution in that main point was to save Germany bm the Communists "is consciouslor unconsciously to draw red her\g across Hie trail of the very leal mi-Christian persecution of the h ol Germany that has been rrled on under the name of a Itional resurgence." Mr. Deutsch belled Dr. Luther's statement Bit of an ill-advised attempt to lite-wash the German governent, which will not mislead any Itelligent reader of the public finis in this country." Local Drive Is Made By N.R.A. Under "The H Convention to be Held in Orlando 1,011(1,0(10 INVESTED BY JEWS IN PALESTINE EAST YEAR. I Jerusalem. — World Jewry In the year has invested nearly 21.o.ooo in Palestinian economic unIrtaklngs ol one kind or another, Icnidini; to figures assembled by |e Ji wl h Agency. In the Indusled financed with these Jewish l> i ooo people are employed pri i hey produce products having annual value of 16.000.000. 1<> CONPEB ON WORLD JEWISH CONGRESS SEPT. IS. Prague. — A conference of some p (| delegates from ail parts of the f'l'ld lo decide when the proposed arid Jewish Congress shall be held d what steps to take for the reI of the German Jews will be eld in Geneva on Sept. 5, it was Bcided at the meeting of the execute committee of the World Jewish nngress which has been in i pre. Miami women are going out l his week in the service of the president ol the United states, and will call personally on every employer, every consumer and will obtain information for which President ROOMY, I t has asked. Wearing a blue eagle button, bearing the word "Volunteer," they will be a part of a vast army which will cover every square mile of the country In every commonwealth and every City block In these United States. They will leave in their wake a flight oi Blue Eagles winch will mark homes and places of business where loyalty and patriotic compliance with the president's program has been promised. That ii is hard work, none can deny. Thai personal sacrifice ha been necessary and selfish interest put aide must be acknowledged by all, But the Commander-in-Chiel i ked a million and a hall ol his followers to back his courage wl i their faith In his program and make the check-up that has been ,i part ol the plan. General Hugh Johnson has said that the Presidents Recovery program was designed in two parts. The first was selling the idea to employers everywhere. As we enter the second part of the plan, when consumers are besought to buy ONLY under the Blue Eagle. I here lies between the two. this -u.vwinch will give the actual figures which, it Is believed in Miami, will prove most encouraging, for the response here has been fine and according to the usual Miami high mark. Hundreds Oi men are working in the campaign with a fine spirit ot co-operation, adding their strength where it. is most needed and don..; h all voluntarily. Mrs. S. S. McCahill. chosen by the local N. R. A. committee, was later chosen by Mrs. Thusrton Roberts Oi Jacksonville, state head of the woman's division of the N. R. A., to which division the survey was definitely assigned, and still later she was chosen for the same position by the Florida P.-T, A. group, which seems to make her choice for the position quite unanimous. Working with Mrs. McCahill are women from all parts of the city and county, who know no political party lines, no creeds and no differences Ol opinion on any sublet-' in the world as they swing into a solid wall of Americans to carry on the war against depression until there is no depression, again which to wage a war. A number of Jewish women arc among the captains who are kej Eagle's Wing" In the last few weeks, under the able leadership of President Roosevelt we have heard much of the Ulue Eagle. It brings to mind childhood memories. How many of you have failed to read that soul-stirring, captivating story of the life of Moses Malmonides written for children. In fiction form, and called "Under the Eagle's Wing." if we were only to follow the conduct of the great Jew, Moses ar Maimon, of whom it was tid From Moses to Moses, there arose none like unto Moses." One whose writings, among them 'The Guide to the Perplexed" was menHoned by Arthur Brisbane recently, and which stands out even today as a code of ethics and conduct for man; one whose rules for sanitation are still being followed by physicians and authorities throughout the world; whose conduct as man. teacher, rabbi, physician and man ol the world were indeed exemplary but ol whom we, modern tews, know so little and follow even less. Truly, we Jews can enlist honestly and faithfully because of the examples -el us in the past 'Under (he Eagles Wing." A formal invitation to all Orthodox and Conservative Rabbis of Florida to attend a conference m Orlando October lor the purpose of discussing the conditions affecting Jewish education, religious and lay problems, attendance at services, etc.. was Issued last week by the temporary committee headed by Rabbis Adolph urger of Tampa and A. S. Kleinfeld of St. Petersburg. The large number of responses already received by the committee show that a very enthusiasm conference will be held and much good will be accomplished as a result of this convention. A lay committee will be named shortly to urge tnal each synagogue and community in the state send lay delegates to a similar conference In Orlando to be followed by a conference of lay delegates and rabbis. Much interest has been aroused and it is planned to have noted speakers address the conferences. Cantor Wroobel With MJ.O.C Cantor Nathan Wroobel will chant the High Holy day services at Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation. according to an announcement by the officials of the congregation last week Cantor Wroobel has been with the congregation since its organization several years ago with the exception of last year when he chanted 'lie Holy Day services at St. Petersburg, Fla. women in each of the 73 precincts of the county. Mrs. Isidor Cohen Is captain in charge of precinct 36. at the old High school. Mis. Isaac Levin, captain in precinct 22. with polling place at Bullock's store, has on her staff, Mrs. George Pahnstock, Mrs. J. H. Kaplan. Mrs. H. G. Tobin, Mrs. J. T. Chaille. Mrs. Charles Sharman. Mrs. Fred Hosea, Mrs. James LaPointe. Mrs. Floyd Chaille. Miss Lucinda Scott, Mrs. j. G. Bullock, and Mrs. Gordon Davis. Also serving with this group is a trio ot Boy Scouts from Troop 33 Including Robert p. Levin, Lamar Simpson and John Kronlield. Mis. Lewis Brown, captain in precinct 18. will be at Exotic Gardens, 1700 N. W. 38th st. Beach Synagogue Elects Rabbi At a special meeting of the board ol directors of Beth Jacob congregation, Miami Beach, held last Saturday night, David I. Rosenbloom, oi Montgomery, Ala., was unanimously elected as rabbi ot the congregation for the coming year Rabbi Rosenbloom. who served as rabbi of South Haven, Mich., for several years and the past tW( as rabbi at Montgomery. Ala is a graduate of the Chicago Tin cal Seminary and of the Northwestern University. He has been an active figure in the Zionist work ol the state of Alabama and active m the Bnai Brith work of that state, i being secretary of the state organization and vice president o fthe local Bnai Brith lodge. Rabbi Rosenbloom. who left for his home in Montgomery. Ala., will return to Miami Beach on Sept. 10. to assume his duties as rabbi. He will be In charge of the Hebrew school of the congregation in addition to his duties as rabbi. Synagog Retains Present Cantor Cantor Boris Schlachman, for the past several years cantor of Beth Jacob congregation, Miami B will conduct the High Holy Daj services at the congregation this vi ar ace ording to an announceby its officers. Why Not Reciprocate ->Substantially ? The Jewish FlorMlan has received many letters of thinks for free publicity given t<> various i.wish organisations >>( the Greater Miami district. These acknowledgements are both welcome and appreciated and we recognise the value of the kind Of letters sent iis. We cheerfully print these records of communal activities because it is within our scope and function as a Jewish weakly. However, it is self-evident that space is at a premium in a paper like this which is published not for one organisation but for the entire community, Orthodox, Kcform, Conservative, every phase of belief. Unfortunately some of these organisations, and particularly their workers, fail to remember that in order to be aideto conduct a paper like this, something more, than mere thanks is necessary U this time when it is customary to extend greetings on the advent of Rosh Hashono anil tie carry this greeting at a very small charge in Hie Jewish Floridi.m. a numlier of these self same workers when called on, say. "We will send out cards this yen." We wonder how they would feel when they phoned in some of their personal notes and s.ime of their club and society items if they were advised, "We regret wecannot print these Items without making a charge." "We suggest you hive these items published by the party who printed your earils." Cannot We count on your co-operation at this time in the interests or your own organizations and the general welfan of your community? When Vienna Was A City Without Jews Some years ago a Viennese Christian novelist. Hugo Bettauer. was shot and killed by an anti-Semitic fanatic for having written a book called 'The City Without Jews" in which he told what happens to a city when the Jews are driven out. The book created a sensation because of its subject and method of treatment. Now it is revealed that Vienna, the city Bettauer had in mind, was once really a city without Jews for reasons almost identical with those advanced by Bettauer. The document has been found in the Archives of the Hapsburgs. About 2fi0 years ago. during the long reign Ol Kaiser Leopold the Fust, all Jews were expelled from Vienna, but were afterwards asked in return. They wire asked to return because not only thekatsc r ,.nd hi., entire court, but also the ntire Christian population, realized that the country could not get along without the co-operation cf Jews All this Is proven by an official document of those times now lying ,n thearchives of the Austrian Ministry ol the Interior, which after the Republican revolution, and the dethronement of the Hapsbuig monarchy took possession of all the documents which formerly belonged to the Court. The document proves conclusively that it wasn't from motives of pity or humanity that Jews were during those dark au"s allowed to live in Christian countries, but rather because of the vital economic interests of the Christian population itself. The petition which the Court presented to Kaiser Leopold in 1673 shows this, as well as the remark of the Kaiser that it is very necessary for the state to get the Jews back. The expulsion of the Viennese Jews came about through the royal decree of June 13. 1669. and by the end of July, 1670. was carried out in its entirety, not one Jew remained in Vienna. The great. Jewish synagogue was converted into a Christian church and was named "Lcopoldskirchc" in honor of the Kaiser, which name it retains to this day. The lower part of the building is still that of the old synagogue, and even today onecan very easily read the few Hebrew Inscriptions which haveremained on the walls. History seems to have taken a curious revenge in the fact that today the lieichborhood of the Leopeold8klche" contains the most thickly settled Jewish section of Vienna. Three years after the Jews wen expelled from Vienna, in 1673. the K.user a.-ked the Court olficials whose functions then were similar to that oi a Ministry of Finance today) to prepare for him a new repot 1 about the eventual readmission Ol lewto Vienna. The report was prepared and this is how it read: "The Jews are now being tolerated in many places and this Is a sign that they are ot use to the countries wherein they dwell. Wherever they were expelled the result was i decline in population and material harm to the respective countries. With regard to the accusation that they use Chrl (Continued on page three)



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Pag* fwo THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday. September 1. ui:i:t All holding petition forms of Bnai Brith for the purpose of having President Roosevelt intercede with [he German government against further persecution of the Jews are urged to return all such blank* immediately to Mr. W. L. Williams, president of the local Bnai Brith lodge. • • • Mr. and Mrs, Wm. Mechlowitz. who have spent the past four weekon a visit to friends and relatives in New York, will return to the city today. • • • The Jewish Welfare Bureau has moved its offices from the Meyer building to room 325. of the old postolficc building. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Sol Rotfort will ation which •o visit relatives and Ni n York city. They \ isit the World fair in .tgO. Among visit Miami an Mr : v. ::. now of Washington. D. rid formerly a resident of Miami. Mr. Wol; active worker in all local Ji lamunal afIme oi his leav:ago was %  .:.. .: presld Ion. • • • 1). .'a Phi Epiffel supper and i: irup ol : Miss Ethel 151 St 2St" I— LJOLOLJ — HEIDELBERG BEER GARDEN iy> Luncheor) 3,0^ AO* ^O^ An Start A SAVINGS ACCOUNT! out—without a:.• :: rt It will GROW and we It to grow because— We Pay 5o Interest The Morris Plan Company Of Miami VIN< I VI K. BRH E, Manager. 105 N. E. lii—t \\r.. MIAMI. I I.A. 1 King 1uneral I Ionic In S c // 11 III.HU/ 1 Better Ojuritt PRANK c. McOHAN'8 WIDOW _" S. w. Srd \M. Phones 2-3535—3-16M SIDKBOTTOM Ice Cream Co. 2424 N. W. 7th Ave. lino w. Flafhr si. TU N. W. 31th Si. PHONE 2-S12 Mintzer. Miami Beach. The part; .,. thi first ol a series planned to honor students who are enterin the Florida State College for Women, next month. The decorations featured the colors of the college interwoven with those of the sorority. Miss Rosabelle Scher of Palm Beach, and Miss Cecelia Wahnis.'i of Tallahassee, were visiting alumnae present for the occasion. The I honor guests were Miss Losi Louis. Miss Gladys Abenson. Mis Mildred Clem. Mis Rosalyn Daum. Miss T. Steinberg. Miss Myrtle Zelntz, Miss Maxine Kantor and Miss Grace Barrack. • • • Slvia Sidney and George Rait ast together for the first time in "Pick L'p. movie adaptation of Vina Delmar's Red Book story. produced by B. P. Schulberg for Paramount, which comes to the TiVOll theatre next Sunday and Mondi Pick Up" Is the story of a girl. %  d" by her husband for a ; who goes •,(i prison with him. The role is bj Miss Sidm y .. couple ol yeai : husband remains b ars, Sylvia finds herself back ii Y broke, cold and s wk• in a rainstorm. Shi cab and th< Raft Is convinced of the %  plj .:. love, ttered by the lebutanti attention to syl%  they to a : and finds that 11 ..:. .,:.:. ilmi nt I ..• i tnaito In r convict-husband, thus S Raft, But tin lay the pi husband appears on :.' :: %  -h from the prison .. :. hi has killed a : rately intent on elf not only on Syl: 11 ft oesvelt Market opened refloot "f the 1. • evell hotel at N. E, 14th radually Ii .. : %  1 : [1 thei d emporiums will i>< mai 1 • Ion of A' I ( d with %  PI n ISC AT THl T1VOLI THEATRE PICKUP best fit thi 01 talents. Definite announcement will ai u 1 olumns shortly. • With • hi appointm nt ol Mr. Greei 1 Inent ci mmunal worker ol this city, and of it board ol diret I go to New York foi the purj 1 selecting a rabbi for the Miami h On hod' %  Ion, the completing Its Holj Daj en Ices, Cantor Nathan Wra will chant the Musofim, Kol Nidrei Neilah services, while Mr. Louis Jacobsklnd will chant the hris services Mr, Abraham Jacobs, formerlj ol Atlanta. Ga.. and now Ol Miami, will assist the rabbi and cantor durum Rosh Hashono and Yom Kippur. In : arrangi tnents Is a commute) nsisiii : Milton Weiner in Max K 1 M iiii \ ich Installation 01 .1 c mpli %  ventllat Ini • m and irehasi ol pray r books will bi ni benefit to the worshippers, bei :. el at only SJ and charge ol arrangements were Mary Bandel, Lee Kasanoff, Daisy Shaft and Claire Simon. • • • The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will hold an important meeting of the membership next Tuesday evening. Sept. 5. at the synagogue when important business will be transacted. All members are urged to attend. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Markowitz are receiving congratulations on the birth of a baby daughter last Wednesday at the Victoria hospital. Mother and baby are resting nicely. The Y. M H. A., formerly the Hebrew Athletic Club, will hold a dance at the club rooms ol the organization on Tuesday evening, Sept. 12. Full details will be announced in our next issue. no* Mr. Hyman J. Apte returned to the city alter an absence "i %  weeks spent visiting relatives and ndsi n Nt v York city. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berkowitz will return to Miami Sunday nigh) after having -pent their vacation in Beach. Mr. Max Hoffman and S ., :• last Sundaj by auto to %  • %  w ot fair in Chicag • • • Complying with therequest ol the nts committee the mannt nt the Tropical Jungle Gardens will have 1:.beautiful gardens open especially for the final dance of the current season sponsored by the Junior Council of Jewish Women next Sunday evening. Sept. 3. At this dance the final contest to determine the best dancing couple will be held and a silver loving cup will be awarded the winners. ";d& \dull 20r ( hildrrn 10c j ^4 ^H *^^~ *" Boi urrirt opens <>:30 p.m. Sunday Phone 2-6551 Evenings 2t)c Sunday-Monday, sept. :;-4. "kid From Spain." Eddie Ca ntor ARE WE keeping faith with those who trust us, re we living up to our obligations if we risk their tuturc happiness by ignoring the problems that would arise for them it. some day, we did mil conic home? I ifc insurance offers the safe and certain answer. There is no substitute. A Southern Health 5c Life Insurance Policy on each one is necessary to protect the others from the privation and expense caused by the last illness and death. A few pennies each week is the total cost. SOUTHERN LIFE & I IIAITII INSURANCE COMPANY T. S. ( OOK, Man t % %  i;.'.-iiiv n..nr.i HI.K-. I'll %  • %  : %  %  %  % % % % % % % % % %  ra %  %  m ILii e you i riliJ I m j EXCHANGE %  : BUREAU : m Miami's Successful "Business stimulator" %  %  Operating Entirely B Without Money u %  I. orated at %  %  250 N. E. SRD STREET %  %  % % % % % % % % % % % %  a %  u %  %  %  %  TEXACO %  MB LUBRICATION It is advisable t<> banyour ar greased and lubricated. 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Friday. September 1. 1933. THE JEWISH FLORIDI AN THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN II BLISHED EVERY FRIDAY b> the II WISH FI.OKIIHAN Pt'BI.ISHINK CO. P. O. Boi 2973 Miami, Florida Phone 2-1183 EXECUTIVE OFFICES: (I-,-16 Security BMi. Phont 2-6493 EDITORIAL OFFICES: HI S. W. 15th Avenue Phone 2-1183 J. LOUIS SIIOCIIET. Editor EDWARD CAR!.IN. Advertialnu Manager PEED K. SIIOCIIET. Circulation Manager CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Field Representative Entcrtd M %  nd cU matter July 4, 1930. at tho Post Office at Miami. Florida, under thf Ac! "f March 3. 1879. WEST PALM BEACH ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN, Representative ORLANDO MRS. ANN BERGER Representative TAMPA, FLA.: MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative SUBSCRIPTION Six Months $ 1.00 One Year $ 2.00 I KIDAY. SEPTEMBER 1, 1933. Vol. 6 — No. 35. The Appeal to Hindenburg. A direct appeal to President Paul von Hindenburg to exercise his presidential power to rescue the German Jews from imminent extermination has been made by the American Jewish Congress. The plea was in the form of a lengthy letter which points out that President von Hindenburg has the power, if he wishes, to dismiss Chancellor Hitler. Admitting that the dictatorial powers granted Hitler permit him to enact legislation not in consonance with the constitution, the 5.000word missive claims that when Hindenburg gave Hitler dictatorial power he did not intend to allow him 10 "defy the foundations on which the German Republic was built" or to "vanquish every principle of humanity in relation to the Jews." In going over the head of Hitler with his appeal to the nominal head of the German government the American Jewish Congress probably had no expectation of effecting any material change in the Hitler government's anti-Semitic policy. Wi are of the opinion that the letter is intended to prove once and for all that Hindenburg is no longer to be counted upon as a buffer to the Nazi madness. Unless Hindenburg \s reply to the Congress appeal is an emphatic call upon Hitler to hall his frantic anti-Semitic pro"lain he will be revealed before the whole world as a figure-head, as the duel executive of a nation who has permitted himself to be bam'I by demagogues and a senile old man who doesn't know, or care, what is happening in his country, W'I believe that if the appeal to Hindenburg achieves this result it "ill be a valuable diplomatic undertaking because it will show that Hindenburg is either unable or unwilling to restore the prestige of Germany which has been so suc1 ssfully impaired by the Hitler gov' mment. Page Three Mifflin Company, book publishers, with aiding and abetting Hitlerite propaganda in America through its announcement ol the Pall publication of an English translation of Hitler's autobiography "My Battle." The American Hebrew Is justified In its bitter protest against u purely anti-Jewish volume filled with venom, comparable to the fully discredited Intel national Jew of recent infamy." We urge every Jew to follow the suggestion of the American Hebrew to protest to libraries and book-sellers against the circulation or sale of this Infamous volume. Protest A gainst I his Propaganda. We desire to place ourselves heartily in accord with the sentiments xpressed In last week's American Hebrew which charges Houghton Dr. Wise For The Boycott. Dr. Stephen S. Wise's Prague speech in which he finally announced himself as an advocate ol the boycott against Germany will undoubtedly result in the American Jewish congress falling In line with those who see the boycott as the only effective weapon against the Nazis. As this is written, the national executive of the American Jewish Congress Is holding il sions and the boycott question is the major Issue to be decided. There has long been a demand on the part ol the Congress' constituent organizations thai it declare itself for the boycott. This pressure has now become too great to withstand and Dr. Wise's action in Prague simply foreshadows the action of the congress. As a matter of fact a meat many Jewish leaders who have long looked askance at the boycott are beginning to see it in a different light, especially as the trade figures testify to an alarming shrinkage in Germany's export trade. Samuel Prommer, an investigator for the Joint Distribution Committee and the Bnai Britli. returned with startling information regarding the amazing effectiveness of the boycott. Mr. Frommer's report, which indicates that the boycott is tremendously effective, may perhaps be the stimulus sought by the boycott leaders in America to give it the mass character it has assumed in many countries of Europe. It Is also not beyond the realm of probability that Mr. Frommer's report will win for the boycott, support in those quarters where the greatest abhorrence has been expressed for it. In the event that such support is forthcoming Germany can look forward to an ever greater decline in its export trade during the next few months because the United States is still one of its best customers. When Vienna Was A City Without Jews i Continued from page one> blood or thai they poison the wells. no one has ever brought any proof of it. All the prophecies on the part of individuals, who supported the expulsion of Hie Jews claiming Hint the community will be greatly benefitted by it. have also come to naught. It has been many years since there has occurred any treason or revolt on the part of the Jews. "But the present financial situation requires more than anything that the Jews be re-admitted. One can quite calmly state that as a result of the expulsion of the Jews. the income of the state fell forty thousand florin annually. The state has been greatly damaged through the smaller income from taxes and other revenues. A large quantity of foodstuffs rotting, since there are less consumers, and thus too the producers find themselves unable to pay their taxes. It is undoubtedly a fact that woolens, cottons and other goods were worth much more when the Jews were still in the country. and in that way the common people could pay their taxes more easily. "The Viennese merchants and traders had hoped that the city would greatly benefit from the expulsion of the Jews. Their prophecy has not been confirmed. The only result was higher prices all around, which is natural, since the city must levy annually upon its citizens the sum of 13.700 florins, which it had formerly received from the Jews in the form of taxes and tolerance money. And besides, the Christian citizens are losing much from the fact that they are receiving no rentals and have no consumers for their foodstuffs. One may estimate the loss at a half million gulden. Trade itself has also been very much damaged because of the expulsion of the Jews, especially the trade in antiques, since the Christians in general and the Viennese in particular are too lazy to occupy themselves with this business. The traffic in money has suffered more than all the others, since the Jews were best as money broker"This latter loss has hit hard even the Court. It Is now Impossible to obtain huge sums of money. Formerly within 24 hours one could obtain from 50 to 100 thousand gulden. But today one cannot, even alter many weeks of hard effort. obtain even ten or fifteen thousand gulden, even if one gives the best promissory notes. Christian women. who became money brokers, ask ten times more from their clients than the Jews did formerly. The citizens, the Court and the Kaiser are all suffering from the fact that there are now Jews. But there is no doubt that the Kaiser wouldn't have given his consent to such a general expulsion if he had previously had this information. It will therefore not be harmful to the Kaiser's dignity If lie will annul the former decree. The Kaiser might also take into consideration the wishes of the Lower Austrian professions, all of whom beg that the Jews be readmitted." These are the most important panol this historic document, upon which Kaiser Leopold hinisell commented: "This is of the highest importance." As a matter of fact even the Theological Seminary of Vienna revoked the former decree of expulsion. But il took almost a decade for the Jews to regain full confidence in Kaiser Leopold and his government and to return to Vienna in numbers sufficient to reestablish a Jewish community here. SCARCITY OF GIRLS LEADS TO INTERMARRIAGES THE GLOOM A depression is just a period when all of us are in the fix that part of us are in all the time Recently found tablets are credited with proving that instalments were employed by ancient Egyptians. But history always did show that Cleopatra got her loving that way. We haven't any wheat or cotton or pigs to sell the government, but if Mr. Wallace would like to keep a tev. extra paragraphs off the market now's the time to do it. Business would be unearthly quiet if it wasn't for the noise made by notes falling due. A girl used to try to hide her insteps Now she tries to show her stepins. A happy, happy time is here To kid us of our woes: As we have more and more primi beer We've fewer, fewer lcothes! Newly Wedded Man: By George Lucile; these biscuits of yours look exactly like those my mother used to make. 20 years ago. Wiley: How delightful: I'm so glad! Man ibiting one): And. by George. I believe they ARE the same biscuits. This tiling of buying right now doesn't apply to us. All the clothes we have we owe to Miss Nira at 4 cents a pound. A man's no bigger than the way He treats his fellowman! This standard has his measure been Since time itself began! He's measured not by itthes or creed. High-sounding though they be. Nor by the gold that's put aside. Nor by his sanctity! He's measured not by social rank. When character's the test; Nor by his earthly pomp or show. Displaying wealth possessed! He's measured not by tithes or His fairness at his play. His squareness in all dealings made. His honest, upright way. These are his measures, ever near To serve him when they can; For man's no bigger than the way He treats his fellow man. New York. — Because of a scarcity of Jewish girls In Colombia a real number of interinania the pan of Sephardlc and Ashkenazic Jews has taken place there. the HIAS is Informed by it-s affiliate organization, the Jewish Aid Society of Merellin, Colombia. Man. jew.s marrying Christian girls are reported to have declared themselves Catholics so that the marriages may be performed in a church without their being obliged to be officially converted to Catholicism. Worried over this situation, the Jewish community has asked the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of America whether such Jews can be buried in its cemetery. The Union declared that they may be buried in the Jewish cemetery but their I graves must be set aside from the i others. The Medellin Jewish com"Did you give our daughter that copy of "What Every Girl Should Know?" asked Dad. "Yes." replied Mother, despondently, "and she's written a letter to the author suggesting a couple of dozen corrections and the addition of two new chapters." Friend: "Why is it that your son rides in a car and you always go on the street car?" Father: "Well, he has a rich father and I haven't." Jim: "I don't mind looking after your horses, but I don't want to be called the hostler." Tom: "Oh, that's all right. Ill call you our stabilizer." Man: "Over a period of three years I have directed the destinies of over seven football teams at as many colleges, and never lost a game." Boy: "Who are you. some superman?" Man: "No, I'm a motion picture (I Hector." An injunction is asked in Milwaukee against a German band that plays at night. Meanwhile, a doubt arises whether it is really healthful to sleep with an open window. A scientist entertains an Oslo gathering with his theory that life on this planet began in hot water. If so, we would seem ideally situated for a fresh start. If Europe were as sympathetic now as it ought to be. and as sympathetic as America usually is. it would declare a moratorium on nonpayment of debts. "There are no gangsters in Russia," reports G. ernard Shaw. But what, after all, is the use of putting ove ra racket in a place where nobody else has any more than you have? The penalty of bigamy is an excess of mothers-in-law. The majority may rule if the minority isn't made up of women. When a public officials imagines himself a big gun it's time to fire him. When a man is resigned to his fate the resignation is usually accepted. There is usually a vast difference between a man's worth and what he thinks he is worth. When money talks a man seldom troubles himself to investigate the truth of its remarks After a man gets into a good, fat ; office he begins to advise his friends I not to have anything to do with politics. The new stenog looked like a million dollars. "Class'' was written all over her and the male office contingent acclaimed her "some dame." Then she opened her velvet lips and said to the office boy: "Say. Bozo, ain't there no carbon paper around this dump?" It's sometimes difficult for a girl to find her ideal man. but she's nearly always willing to accept a .substitute. "I hate telephones, automobile.-. airplanes and anything that makes a noise." declares Frances Perkins, I secretary of labor, cutting her list ; short at that point and allow congressmen to draw their own con' elusions. Once there was an elephant and a flea going over the bridge. When they got over the bridge, the flea said: "We sure shook that one. didn't we. big boy?" munity has a synagogue but neither rabbi nor schochet but it has contributed to the relief of the German Jews. The depression could be cured In 24 hours, declares a New York minister, by an old-fashioned prayer meetingi n which financiers and corporation heads would get down on their knees and confess thensins. I don't quite see how that could be. when Oonfesiing |their sins would—right at the starttake 24 days.



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1 our THE JEWISH FLORID IAN Friday, September 1, 1933. •:••:••:••:••:••:•*•:•*•>' > &f&f&f&f +#+++*+#+#+++* &f +• Ra&ta Sainagng UhtUrtm Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTKI %  u.-rica ^ N^Y MORNINGS W IOD, MIAMI. 1 LOBJDA Vol. II. SUNDAY, AUGUST V. : .*..;. .•..;..;..;..;..;..;. •;..;•> •:• •:• •'.• •:• •:• •:••:• •> •> •: %  •;••:••*-• •!• v %  l <•::::. s •:• •:• •:• No. IX. %  : % % %  %  • %  .• %  : % %  :• %  : %  •: %  "On Being a Witness! Scripture Reading, Deuteronomy, Chapter XVII, Verses !-7. and Deuteronomy, ( hapter XIX. Verses 15-9, Inclusive. Tampa, Fla. Notes Mr. and Mrs. M Ressler, 315 W. Park ave., are visiting their son. Dan K' lei ol Cleveland, oino. and later will visit their daughter, Mrs. Melvin Siegal, ol Toledo, and will attend the World fair before returning to Tampa. Mrs, D. Sinn and daughter Lena n[ 711 8. Delavi accompanied by Henry Lassman. ol TIK 8 Outerman, marriage to Simon Herd ol Dayti : .. Bi ach will take plan' next month, wai lv< n a partj and by Mrs. /-bar and il the home ol Mi> zbar, ion w. Hanna st. The Invited guests were Mrs. s. Edelstein, Mrs. 1 Rosen ol Lai; Miss Ruth Weber, MisRosa Freeman, Miss Ida Outkin, Miss Peg [arb, Misses Beck and Betty Abramovltz, Miss Evelyn Sanders, Miss Lee Rabinovitz, Miss Laura Steienbi rg and Miss Dot Bass, Mrs. J. Milchman ol 2006 Taliaferro st., city, wishes to announce • • • Mi Tillye Simonvitz entertainidence. 836 s .DelaH tzman. • • • Members and friends who have di 1: ones al the Kodolph Sholom \ evening to complicemetery, and who wish to have men! Miss Dora Simon of Plulaia. who has bi Ing her Mrs 1 Wohl oi Davis Isand who will return home soon. Afti'. a 1 Kiti h luncheon the %  1 nl to a local night club tor dam Inj 1 hose Im Ited 10 fete re the Misses Ed Taub, ol Ni a York itj Ra< Al Kintar, Ruth Salisbury. Lucile Rosenbui eth Kirchlck, Ruth Finman Mildred Simonvitz. Miriam and Pauline LelDOVltZ, and Miss Pinlii id % %  Wati rtown, N. v. also Irving Taub 01 New York and Clearwater; Dr. Needles oi South Carolina. Arthur Taub. Dr. s. Bergman, Irving Cracowaner, Adolph Weil, Bill Wolfson, Irving Salisbury. Lou Grossman. Joe Weinsteln of Birmingham, Ala.. Nathan Estrolf ol Lakeland. prayers made, will lmd Rabbi Adolph Burger at thi Sunday tnornil 17. • • • Mrs. Mac Leltman and chl :..,-.i returned to thi Iter an absence ol three months, visiting with Mrs. Leitman's mother, Mrs ol Roxbury, Ma Radio Synagog Rabbi S. M Machtei, founder and director ol the Radio Synagogue, Will preach over WIOD at 10 o'clock on Sunday morning on "Homemade Criminals'' In addition to ervices there will be prayers. hymns, scripture reading and a question box. Think before you .speak. Be certain that you are about to speak the truth.— not what you think.but the truth, as u is. uncolored and not id. I N ACCORDANCE with the Jurisprudence ol the Torah and the Talmud .:. .,:.. ci as a vital one. In off) %  •.salty lor the guilty one. the witthing to commit per, R ord WlllOW ave.. left recently bv motor car „„. B vacation trip to Henderthe coming marriage ol her daughonville and othi in North ter Florence Outerman. to Simon Impossible under the Jew( .. ( ,. nImil H ,. (<1 ()I Daytona Beach. Sunday ; -" lnsuf evening. Sept. 10, at 7 p. m.. al tion. There must be l %  %  Miss Pauline Leloowitz. of 846 S Hebrew Free School synagogue. I am 1 into a discussion of th. Dakota avi one to ClearwaRabbi Adolph Burger will officlati criminal Jurispi ..... Beach ,„„, ,. spend several and will be assisted by Rev. Jacob 1 am interested in bi In ti evi rj m th in 01 %  iri 1 • talk has ruined mon tedium. Unfounded %  .. • : %  :. mind : nslesi evitestifies I ....:.: a doenot pull th switch ath-chamtx r hi is nom •: %  : %  ItlOl untrui uilty oi murder Hiw ord.man to term 1 w. Scripture clearly stati witness be a falsewitni and hath testified false) %  A witness in rtio testimony to would be put l that would have been the ner.— and il %  • ild haw bi 1 :. murdi | wltni not merely the result tl n tised • %  In the business world and In the .ind worm tnlrched; who know not an malicious carr; ofl wrong opinions ol d business deal or social 1 with th talked aba s out oi feai Inten th a person ol so low a reputation. Thi landi red no opportunity for di the tale-bearer or not actually put In.hand into the other's pocket he is none the less guilty ol theft it he has caused him ilk I saj "loose talk" to Imply inaccurate Ithout malice. It 1a common habit 0! people to jump at conclu nd to judge their %  inadequati Inl rmation. and to pasi theii final dedu truth These snap-judgmi : .' Ill not even ilty vision. hat they believe they -;i W8 And. on human liw ecked and men an 1 nl I %  hs. When you confront thi 1 nkind" who feel it their duty ill v. h i : you nfi nl them with tl : their toi lit) Thi j did no bul thi Ir duty. hey felt it m tnd0 Fai 1 d with the prooi ol thi ir I thel Is, Wi II 1 %  1 did nothing 1 only the ol ords." It's the old cry ol v B J Ish law. thi than a recitei en, ..."... The hand II bi lirsl .: :. him ti p il him to death ." to back up IILS word.with hat we %  all In mi re th %  "' thai tati mi nl Haw "1 confn 1 Mei Bzzz : szz-bzzz thi : %  %  i warrant %  : • >ro| ent unpun I %  mi nl eldom mmi with the gravity ol ut who would We an wltm • bors, and not alwa convli • thi Innoci nt.— >l those who :. poken to mndi en, the malicioui say, In But. 1 said nothing. .' yes, -aid nothing when .1 from them might ).. -. „ r mighl have -pared one pain or misery. Lifi and also casts us in unpleasant role.-. It iour duly to fill each po with honesty ol purpose and with fairness towardthe Individual and v.'i can not shirk our duties as wll n or out of a court of law. but. to give I through malice or poor Judgment, by speech or through silence, may merit death. Want to Sell Your Household Goods? Then Sell at A I'CTIOS and get highest prices from consumer. Consult KAV WRIGHT, auctioneer. Phone 2-2860. Soy Bean Bread and other veicetahle oread* GOOD HEALTH BAKING COMPANY, INC, 2165 W. Hauler Si. PhoM 1-5811 urn Washington Avenue, M. B. The "Good Health" Kind T # %  : %  %  : %  V Hotel And Restaurant Equipment GEORGE I.. DIXON COMPANY "The House That Seriici Built" llllll N. E, 2nd Avenue Phone 2-6751 •: %  %  :• "* EXCURSIONS WORLD'S FAIR Round Trip from Miami to Chicago, $34.00 St. Louis. $25.90 These bargain excursion fares on sale from all Florida points to ( hicago, SI. Louis and many other North and West destinations mi the following dales: September 1st, 2nd, 3rd; October nth and 7th: November 28th and 29th. REDUCED PULLMAN FARES ON ALL EXCURSION DATES Dixie Express Dixie Flyer Two fine, fast trains daily take vmi in <-mil eonifort through the heart of Dixieland via Atlanta. Chattanooga, lookout Mountain, and Nashvllli—Every mile sparkling with scenic beauty and historic Interest. POT complete information. All-E\p< n-c Worlds Fair Tours write DIXIE FLYER ROUTE C A K I. IA N. N. C. A. ST. L. M. I PRATT. T. P. A.. N. C. & ST. I. -I.. | \ 207 S. K. First street. Phone 2-3030 MIAMI. FLORIDA L. (Pop; GERSONI Buyer of all kinds of scrap' metal. We sell auto parts, I machinery etc. 2141 N. W. SECOND AVENUI I Keys Made While You Wait I R. L. (Bob) CARki Safe, Gun and Lock Expert | | ALL WORK GUARANTEED i 211 N. E. 13th St. Phone 2-07IX I + BEAUTIFY THE GRAVES! Crave Markers Made lo Order H. Cliff Dresser 1-7 N. W. 22nd Street T BOGGS for Shoe Repairing The Very Finest of Sole Leather Immediate Attention in the ClMiml and Hi -i Shop in Miami Price* Itiitht — Convenient I.oration We Make Your Shoes Look Like Nt SEYBOLD ARCADE 40 Ni E. Pint Strert BOX TON Dry Cleaners V. %  I nil I „r and lleliver Carpet* and l(u Cleaned or l)>,-,l We ll,i I'lralinir Plant and Main Office: S7 N. W. 5th Ave. I'hone 2-671.', The Finest and Freshest Vegetables in Florida Live Poultry Everything choice MRS. A. WALL Stall 22 ROOSEVELT CURB MARKE1 N. E. 2nd Ave. and Hth St. Delaney & Beers Kodak rim-Inn,: and Enlarging lommerrial Work and Home Portrait. 50% Off on All Amateur Work 212 N. E. iih St. Phone 2-5315 Royal Typewriters Km jind Factory Rebuilt Portables. S29.50 to S6O.00 B. W. TRACKER, Local Dealer 210 N. K. 2nd St. Phone 2-0115 NICELEY Funeral I Iome IJ !•; WaiblnBton \*r.. Miami Heard PHONE 5-S355



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Friday, .September 1. 1933. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN rage I SOCIETY Miiicr. Traeger, well known physical expert, will be In active charge ,i all alliletile and gym aelniiies i : Hie Y. M. H. A., formerly the Hebrew Athletic Club, and is now r anlzlng physical culture classes lor members of the organization. which will begin on Sept. 11. • • • During the production of the Eddie Cantor screen musical comedy. 'The Kid from Spain." which comes to the 7th Ave. theatre on Sunday and Monday, there was not one day in which 20 people did not ask Sidney Franklin how he became a bull-fighter. The famous American matador plays a role and suin the picture. Franklin's story is simple: li" i.mie from Brooklyn, attended Columbia University, became a commercial artist, went to Mexico to make posters, cot Interested In the bill hoards that advertise the fights, tried OUl the sport, liked it and found that there was a lot to learn, learned a great deal and then went 10 Spam to learn inure, the Spaniards liked him, he was a matador. Bui he Is still learning, %  ever knows everything bull-fighting," Franklin ay • Mortimer Fay returned to Miami M ab ence of several months Camp Cody where Inwas one ol the camp counsellors. • Mr and Mrs. Philip I.iebermaii Will leave today tor New York and other Northern points and will return in about tour weeks. Mi berman Is president ( ,t Bel h Jai %  i> congregation, Miami Beach, and i I the Jewish Welfare Bureau, Sunday, continuous 2 to 11. Monday. 0:45 and 9 P. M. Sunday 20c till 0:30 I | Sunday-Monday, Sept, 8-4. | Paulina Norman ol Brooklyn, N. Y.. is spending a week int and uncle. Mr. and Mrs, Milton Weiner, ol this city. • u • Mr, Joseph Oreenberg, active communal worker here, will leave Saturday night for a combined business and pleasure trip to New York city. • • • Mr. Larry Fay of Paymus Fays, will leave today for a brief business trip to New York and other northern points. • • • Mrs. Harry Rose returned to Miami this week after spending sometime with her son Leonard, who is a student at the Curtis Institute in Philadelphia. • • • Mrs. Sol Skvirsky and children of Holyoke. Mass., is spending .sometime as guests ot her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Silveiman ol Miami Beach. • • • Mr. Arnold Cohen of Miami la spending sometime with his parents in Tampa. Fla. • • • Mr. Samuel Tritt will leave Sunday for a combined business and pleasure trip to New York city and other northern points. • • • Mi.Nathan Wrnobel is still a patii in at the Victoria! ho pital where she recently underwent an operation. Miss Helen I.iplon. who recent 1\ underwent an operation is now coning at her home. o • Mr Joseph M. Liplon will leave tonight for Paterson, N. J., to visit his fiance, Miss Ann Abrash. He will return to Miami the latter part Ol next week. • so Mr. Hairy Levitt left yesterday for a visit to Baltimore. Md. Rabbi Max Shapiro ol Beth Jacob Congregation will return to the City next Wednesday alter having spent several months In the North where he was the religious director ol a large camp. rick I p. vivia sidmy George Raft iTlOME SERVICE T I .aunilrx ROY II. TURNER. Prop. I 1223 S. W. Hih si. Phone 2-5C54 SPECIAL | lugtul ll t„ ;!lst:Special i k .'" per cent disc mint of every + bundle Of 75 cents or more. %  MaillBWMhik. in .sol Skvirsky ol Holyoke Mass., will arrive here the early .'—.'—"—"—".;. p.ut ol next week to spend everal weeki at Miami Beach as the guest ol his parents-in-law. Mr and Mrs B. Sllverman ol the Ocean View Inn. Monuments ami markers on dis'iciiiiiin. nis ami markers play at iiur showrooms. 'rices %  ii keeping with the limes. MIAMI MONUMENT CO., Inc. 3253 S. W. XT 11 ST. Phone 2-8633. Mrs, chas. Roscngarten Is visitand brother-in-law, Mr. and MrMorris I.elkowit/ in Orlando. Fla. Plans for a state-wide confen net ol all Florida Bnal Brith indues are being considered and will bi announced shortly, according to a statement by Mr. W. L. Williams, ,„, Hient oi the Miami Bnal Brlth lodge mv AT GROSSMAN'S I choice Fruits and Vegetables I SI and No. 1. Roosevelt Curb Market I \. E. Snd Ave. and nth St. | CORNER STAND" + + + — I + For the Finest in Quality at Economical Prices VISIT THE Roosevelt Market N. E. 2ND AVE. AT 1ITII ST. FRUITS, VEGETABLES. POULTRY. EGGS. ETC. "A Trial Will Convince You." PLAYING \l I III 7111 AVE. I III ATRl Eddie Cantor andLydaRoberti in The Kid from Spairf Rabbi and Mrs. David I. Rosenbloom or the Beth Jacob Congregation. Miami Beach, will arrive here on Sept. 10 when the rabbi will begin his work with the congregation. ., 6 • The next meeting of the Junior Council ot Jewish Women will be held on Sept. :"> at the home ol Mrs. Esther Kaufman, 1041 N. w. First St., to which all members are limed to come, • • • A large number ol Jewish guests are Stopping at the Win. I'enn hotel. Miami Beach, at the present time. Many arrived on the tours winch have been arranged by the various steamship companies. JEWISH AGENCY HEAD WILL NOT ATTEND ITS SESSIONS. London. D'Avigdor Ooldsmid, president oi the Jewish Agency for Pales tine, will not attend the i sions ol the Agency's Council to be held In Prague alter the close of the Zionist Congress. Mr. OoldSmid contends that the tune ol the sessions Is Inauspicious and the not practical. KOI MAMA PLANS NEW UNIVERSITY NUMEROUS CLAUSES Bucharaest. — Although the Roumanian government has rejected the demand ol the anti-Semites to bar Jews from the Roumanian army, it. is reported thai the government intends to appease the anti-Semites i>v promising them to substitute a numerous clausus for Jewish professors and Instructor In the uniles. It is also reported that Roiim.iM.ii. bank and Industries are contemplating a numerous clausus for their employes, Orlando, Fla. Notes. Orlando lodge 1043 hi Id their regular semi-monthly meetlngTues, day night, Aug. 29 Several new members were Initiated and the pn gram and refreshments were enjoyed by all present. • • Then 1 was a board meeting held la %  (Thursday night, Plans were drawn up lor the high holidays winch was submitted to the general meeting ol the Congregation Ohei Sholeni which was held .Sunday night at the synagogue, • • The work performed by the Jewish committee under the N. R, A In district 8 was highly conunended by local officials at the chamber of commerce meeting held on Tuesday at 8 a. m. The committee consists of B. J. Cohen, major; Jesse Rosen. captain, and privates. I. N. Burmaii. M. L. Baker. I. Becker. G. Silverstem. Nat Barman, H. ECanner and Joe Ottenbuerg. Phil Berger left on a b trip to Washington and I i xpei d back in a lew wei k Sol Wettenstein left Sunday tor New York city cm a business trip. • • Burnett Both spent the day In Orlando Monday and left for a week's vacation to Miami and will visit some friends while there West Palm Beach Notes Mrs. Max Oreenberg and daughter left Monday for a few weeks' stay in Hendersonville. N. C. ... Mrs. H. Greenblatt was hostess to the Friendship Club Thursday at her home on 39th at. High score was won by Mrs. M. Moss and Mr. Max Moss. Refreshments were served during the evening. • • Mr. L. Van Gilder has returned to West Palm Beach and Is convalescing at the Good Samaritan hospital, having undergone an operation. • • Mrs. Sylvia Albert ol Greenwood drive left by boat for New York city, where she will spend a month visiting friends, • • Mr, and Mrs II. Aaron have returned after a month's stay In NewYork. • • Mrs Max Mn. I and son Irving have returned to the city alter a lx wicks' stay in Ocean View. Ga., and Durham. N. C. • • A pie-Labor day dance to begiven at the Belvedere Country Club Sunday night al !> :i(l o'clock will besponsored by the Beth Israel Sisterhood. Friends and members ot the Beth Israel congregation are requested to purchase cover charge Announcement! DR CHAS. BECK WITT OPTOMETRIST Mas re tunnel from the National Optometric Convent mi, and will be III his niiice in give personal attention to his patients. 36 N. E. First Ave. tickets from the sisterhood Committee in charge i i ments anMrs S. A Oold ti In Mr o. p. Oruner and Mrs. II. Halpein • • Mr. and Mrs. s. A. Goldstein and family motored to Orlando and silver Springs for the week-end. • • • Mr. A. Kerman left for New York on a combined business and pleasure trip. • • • Mr. M. L. Pastroff has returned from Hendersonville, N. C. Mrs. Pastroff and children will return at a later date. • • • Miss Rosabell Scher is in Miami visiting friends. • • George Grecnberg left today i i Pridayi for a three weeks' trip to Chicago, where hi' will attend the World fair before going back to school. • • • Mrs. Cy Argintar and children have returned to the city after a month's Visit in North Carolina A meeting ol theBeth El Sisterhood was held Tuesday evening at the hcinie ot Mrs. H. Greenblatt on 39th st. Plans were made tor a card party to be held Sunday, Sept. 10. with Mrs. Max Mass xs hostess. Refreshments were served after the meeting. • • Dr. and Mrs. C. N. Herman are residing at the Dixie Terrace apart ments on .'10th St. ... A reception to welcome Dr. and Mrs. Herman, who haverecently returned from their vacation in Chi0, was held at the Schwa it /h. irg hall Friday, Aim 25, following the Friday night services ol the Beth Israel congregation. • • Work has bee-n started on Unbuilding oi the Betii El Synagogue which will be located em Pern st, A meeting ot the Beth El ci i cation was held Wednesday night at the home' ol Mr. J. Sneider on Upland rd The coming high holidays were discussed. FREE FUEL In the Heart of Your Neighborhood PIGGLY WIGGLY A Miami hn/i/iilion HOT WATER1 from SUNSHINE I + I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I For all Ihc h.,1 "Ill.T VOII n.'.'ll iee your horm\ Ill,in.. Ml Mrtlll "SOLAR" iih copper tubing. Longer lit.'. crr.it. T rfricietnej. A Solar for r\erv ncMd. FREE ESI IM Ills. Terms. .Solar Water I [eater COMPANY I PhoM I-S4M Office anil Factory: Jlt-21 N. W. IS si. I For fresh Sea Foods STOP AT GAPT. 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Page Six THE JEWISH FLORIDI AN Friday. September 1. 1933 I am 18 years old. 5 lee; 4 Inches tall and weigh 14-; pounds I am solidly built, so that I do not look a.s heavy as that. Wine!'. method of reducing is <> ise, or should I try a combination oi both? I have black hair and eyes and a very dark plexion. What colors in clothes would be i to me? 11 cessively trimmed dresses make one look stouter? RUBIES. A large degree of overweight is sometimes due to some faulty functioning within the body which requires medical aid. A strict reducing diet that will reduce you rapidly will also make your muscles flabby. By reducing slowly and keeping your muxles toned up by exercise 2 Becoming colors for your type are black trimmed with bright colors such as red, yellow and orange; dl ep cream, mahogany, deep brown with bright trimming, ecru, brilliant yellow, bright red. rust, brick, deep pink, bronze green. y a large amount of trimming on a dress is likely to make one look stonier. Choose simple, tailwithout ruffles or puffs. -WER: You are .'4 pounds h avei Ight for your Befon embarking on any reducii. ::. II :adto have an examination by a doctor to see what causes the eight. If the cause is overeat:.d lack of exercise, the cure is obvious. How can I rid myself of blackheads and pimples that are scattered over my nose, chin and forehead. I have picked on my fa< 1 for the last two years, which has undoubtedly increased the sizi and number of these blemishes. Now I to restore my complexion to noi mal state? SWEET SIXTEEN ANSWER: It will months to reston your complexion so begin at once an internal and leaning. During the next three days omit meat and all from your diet; eat fn I run at each meal and Include .1 ins, ol raw vi getable salad, h and other nonstarchy cook• getables In your daily diet. 1 ...• ol stanhis during : ree-day period. Drink 1 Enjoy Your I [igh I loliday Services WITH THE Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation 1545 S. W. Third Street ROSH HASHONO Beginning; Evening of September 20th. YOM KIPPUR Beginning Evening of September 29th. With Cantor Nathan Wroobel and a Prominent Rabbi Directing. TICKETS ONLY $2.00 AND $3.00. Gel your tickets .it the Synagogue everj evening from !• 1*. M.. or Sunday mornings, or from any member of the committee. T 0 R G SIN %  S0VIET RUSSlA There are Torgsin stores in over 1.000 localities. Torgsin orders may be sent to anyone, in any quantity. turn no TORGSIN ton I irgsln mails your order %  orders enable your relatives in Soviet Russia in purchase all -orts of domestic or imported articles at low prices. %  %  Vniub.ini:,!. d Bank N. Y. tm-Derutra Traimporl orp. tmeriran Rxprcai •>. '. %  I1:1.1 \tnrn i I in, II,.,-. Manufai lurem Trml < % %  Publll Kofi Hank (I Tru-t 1 „. It. < \. < ommunlcatlona, Inc, llu.l Safl liank. Boyonne, v.i. I h t'i nni) Ivanla < •>.. Phila. I n.Mit Saving! Bank, Pittsburgh. Amaltamalvd Trnal A. Bavingi Bank, < lii, ago. .CENEPAL REPRESENTATIVE ,o U.S.A. 261 Fifth Ave.':o*F.<..Nev York.N.Y GRAUPNER'S SILVER STOCK AND X-TRA FINE BEERS BOTTLED AND DRAUGHT "Best by Test" FLORIDA BEER DISTRIBUTORS. Inc. .IOIIN THEOPHILES, General Manager 456 W. Flafiler St. Phone 2-7:160 fyipp"*' j Silver to 10 glassfuls of water durum each day. Wash your face twice a day with plenty of warm water and snap. using a complexion brush for the purpose. Rinse well and gently press out the ripe blackheads with a comedone extractor 'which is sold at drugstores' without bruising the skin. Open any ripe pimples With a sterilized needle and gently press out the pus. Bathe the skin with an antiseptic solution, blot dry and pat on an astringent lotion. Toilet alcohol diluted with water may be used for purpose. The less make-up you use during this treatment the better. The following lotion may be patted on the skm several times a day: 1 dram sulphate of zinc; 1 dram sulphuretted potash. 4 ounces rosewater. After you have finished the three-day special diet, remember to continue using plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables in your menus. DID YOU KNOW THAT— Salt water does not ruin the hair. but is a wonderful tonic for it. providing you don't forget the oil shampoos to counteract the drying effect of the salt? the elbows — makes them smooth STATE DEPARTMENT TO KE(. alKi n i C e? OGNIZE RELIGIOUS WEDDINGS, Cream should never be left on the lace over night as it clogs the pores and prevents them from breathing freely? The skin can absorb all the cream it needs in ?1 minuti A real ripe cucumber cut in lengthwise strips and rubbed .>'i the hnnds will do wonders for them? Common salt rubbed on 11 e body with a brush will leave the skin vjlt and lovely? Equal parts of orris TOO and talcum powder will give you temporary reHe! In case of mois' hands' hair is often due to improper diet lacking In minerals? By lowering your eyebrow arch you can make your eyes appear • r? SOVIETS NAME GOLDWATER HOSPITAL CONSULTANT. New York. — The Soviet governor nt has appointed Dr. S. S. Goldwater, former health commii Ol New York city and a noted hospital consultant to be consulting hospital expert to the Russian eminent, according to word received here from Moscow. Dr. Goldwill cooperate with Russian clinicians. and architects in the planning of new hospil various Russian cities. Washington. — The Am. State department has issued instructions to all American << abroad to recognize religious weddings in the granting of Immigration visas to the United State order ends one of the greater :; immigration mat'' l as women and children are concerned who wanted to Joir. husbands and lathers in Ai: but could not prove their reli ship unless they presented <: ... mentarv evidence of a civil wedding. Since most European Jews had been married only according to Jewish law they experlen "i trouble m getting visas. The new rul!n el minates this problem. I %  %  %  %  %  % %  The ; iveg Inn m m What's the idea ol teaching a boy to play golf before he's learned howto make a living? %  Cold Beer %  Plate Lunches : 1857 W. Flagler Street %  MIAMI. FLA. %  Grapefruit juice is a wonderful astringent and Is also very fine for •Announcements! I i CONGREGATION BETH JACOB I (Orthodox) 311 WahinKton Ave.. Miami Reach The usual services beuin at 6 30 p. m. when Cantor Schlachman will offli % % %  <-< %  Saturday morning ervices begin at 8 30 a. m. Mincha services Saturday afternoon are conducted at S p. m. TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform! 137 N. K. NiattMBth Street DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN. Rabbi Short services will be held Friday nights with Rabbi Kaplan officiating in Kaplan hall, beginning a< o'clock. These will continue until the High Holiday services, details of which will be announced shortly. W' SPEND '"% YOUR I VACATION! THIS YEAR IN FLORIDA for your HEALTH! I OMP1 / // Beer Equipment Also Domestic Refrigerators Geo. Patterson, Inc. no-, Blacajrna MH. Phone I-48M BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (ContMati*e) 139 N. \V. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi SCHLITZ BEER BOTTLED AND DRAUGHT Is Still the Best on the Market For Sale at All Bettor Establishments MIAMI WHOLESALEiGROCERY CO. DISTRIBUTORS 216 N. E. 11th St. Phone 2-3117 Frldaj •'. %  : ..:. :,. %  030 p.m. Saturday morning s> begin at 8:30 am. Mincha followed by Mi!. :. at 6:30. Dail; I] MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) I64S s. \v. Third Street rhi ial Frldaj i •.. nin serv1 ::o Saturday mornin at 9 a. m. Ni v Frldaj Friday 'ill be resumed with a prominent rabbi as thi leer. Cole's Shoe Shop I Highest Quality Workmanship | and Materials Visit Our New Location 1233 WEST I I.AGLER ST. I Opposite Firestone Station I i When in Doubt. Drink Milk WHEN IN DOUBT WHAT MILK TO DRINK Drink GRAHAM'S MILK Dieticians universally approve Milk as the ideal diet for all purposes. Infants, children, grown-ups. aged persons: invalids, convalescents: average men and women: athlete?—literally everyone drinks or should Dring Good Milk. Ifs the best food: the best health insurance. For your daily milk food, demand milk from GRAHAM'S DAIRY PENNSICO. FLA.: (anal i:>'< -•' MIAMI DEPOT: 116 N. E. 2nd Avc Phone 2-1247. %  %  % 


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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Full Text
if*Jewish Florid tin
folTe. No. 35.
FLORIDA'S ONLY JLWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA. SKP'I EMBER 1, 1933.
Price Five Cents
[ewish News
.bout the World
.THKR SAYS GERMAN
PEOPLE FOSTER ANTI-
SEMITISM, NOT HITLER.
|Ni-w York, N. Y. Anti-Scmit-
n in Germany is a manifestation
the will of the German people
\i(\ not a policy dictated by Hitler
any member of his government,
cording to Dr. Hans Luther, Ger-
in ambassador to the United
lates. who returned here from a
0-months' visit to Germany.
huie admitting the existence of a
|i > .1- movement" of anti-Semitic
line in Germany, Dr. Luther con-
nde-d thai the American people
lave been led to believe the whole
lip i e of the national revolution in
pmany was to oust and persecute
Jews. That is absolutely un-
The Jewish question was Just
\, many matters that came up
lich the people wanted settled.
b' one person in the government
larded it as of primary impor-
ter The anti-Semitic purposes
the German people arc not the
in ol the revolution and const i-
only a fraction of it. only one
|ii among many in the regenera-
(il a nation." Dr. Luther also
|d that the Hitler government de-
i to settle the Jewish question
well as possible."
Dr. Luther' statements were
nply Challenged by Morris Wald-
tu. secretary of the American
Irish Committee, and Bernard F.
putsch, president of the American
rish Congress. Mr. Waldman de-
iied that Dr. Luther's attempt to
Billy the Nazi revolution in that
main point was to save Germany
bm the Communists "is conscious-
lor unconsciously to draw red her-
\g across Hie trail of the very leal
mi-Christian persecution of the
h ol Germany that has been
rrled on under the name of a
Itional resurgence." Mr. Deutsch
belled Dr. Luther's statement
Bit of an ill-advised attempt to
lite-wash the German govern-
ent, which will not mislead any
Itelligent reader of the public
finis in this country."
Local Drive Is
Made By N.R.A.
Under "The
H Convention to be
Held in Orlando
1,011(1,0(10 INVESTED BY JEWS
IN PALESTINE EAST YEAR.
I Jerusalem. World Jewry In the
year has invested nearly 21.-
o.ooo in Palestinian economic un-
Irtaklngs ol one kind or another,
Icnidini; to figures assembled by
|e Ji wl h Agency. In the Indus-
led financed with these Jewish
l> i ooo people are employed
pri i hey produce products having
annual value of 16.000.000.
1<> CONPEB ON WORLD
JEWISH CONGRESS SEPT. IS.
Prague. A conference of some
p(| delegates from ail parts of the
f'l'ld lo decide when the proposed
arid Jewish Congress shall be held
d what steps to take for the re-
I of the German Jews will be
eld in Geneva on Sept. 5, it was
Bcided at the meeting of the execu-
te committee of the World Jewish
nngress which has been in i
pre.
Miami women are going out l his
week in the service of the presi-
dent ol the United states, and will
call personally on every employer,
every consumer and will obtain in-
formation for which President
Roomy,It has asked.
Wearing a blue eagle button,
bearing the word "Volunteer," they
will be a part of a vast army which
will cover every square mile of the
country In every commonwealth and
every City block In these United
States. They will leave in their
wake a flight oi Blue Eagles winch
will mark homes and places of busi-
ness where loyalty and patriotic
compliance with the president's pro-
gram has been promised.
That ii is hard work, none can
deny. Thai personal sacrifice ha
been necessary and selfish interest
put aide must be acknowledged by
all, But the Commander-in-Chiel
i ked a million and a hall ol
his followers to back his courage
wl i their faith In his program and
make the check-up that has been ,i
part ol the plan.
General Hugh Johnson has said
that the Presidents Recovery pro-
gram was designed in two parts.
The first was selling the idea to em-
ployers everywhere. As we enter
the second part of the plan, when
consumers are besought to buy
ONLY under the Blue Eagle. I here
lies between the two. this -u.v-
winch will give the actual figures
which, it Is believed in Miami, will
prove most encouraging, for the re-
sponse here has been fine and ac-
cording to the usual Miami high
mark.
Hundreds Oi men are working in
the campaign with a fine spirit ot
co-operation, adding their strength
where it. is most needed and don..;
h all voluntarily.
Mrs. S. S. McCahill. chosen by
the local N. R. A. committee, was
later chosen by Mrs. Thusrton Rob-
erts Oi Jacksonville, state head of
the woman's division of the N. R. A.,
to which division the survey was
definitely assigned, and still later
she was chosen for the same posi-
tion by the Florida P.-T, A. group,
which seems to make her choice for
the position quite unanimous.
Working with Mrs. McCahill are
women from all parts of the city
and county, who know no political
party lines, no creeds and no dif-
ferences Ol opinion on any sublet-'
in the world as they swing into a
solid wall of Americans to carry on
the war against depression until
there is no depression, again
which to wage a war.
A number of Jewish women arc
among the captains who are kej
Eagle's Wing"
In the last few weeks, under the
able leadership of President Roose-
velt we have heard much of the
Ulue Eagle.
It brings to mind childhood mem-
ories. How many of you have fail-
ed to read that soul-stirring, capti-
vating story of the life of Moses
Malmonides written for children. In
fiction form, and called "Under the
Eagle's Wing." if we were only to
follow the conduct of the great Jew,
Moses ar Maimon, of whom it was
tid From Moses to Moses, there
arose none like unto Moses." One
whose writings, among them 'The
Guide to the Perplexed" was men-
Honed by Arthur Brisbane recently,
and which stands out even today as
a code of ethics and conduct for
man; one whose rules for sanita-
tion are still being followed by
physicians and authorities through-
out the world; whose conduct as
man. teacher, rabbi, physician and
man ol the world were indeed ex-
emplary but ol whom we, modern
! tews, know so little and follow even
less. Truly, we Jews can enlist hon-
estly and faithfully because of the
examples -el us in the past 'Under
(he Eagles Wing."
A formal invitation to all Ortho-
dox and Conservative Rabbis of
Florida to attend a conference m
Orlando October lor the purpose
of discussing the conditions affect-
ing Jewish education, religious and
lay problems, attendance at services,
etc.. was Issued last week by the
temporary committee headed by
Rabbis Adolph urger of Tampa and
A. S. Kleinfeld of St. Petersburg.
The large number of responses al-
ready received by the committee
show that a very enthusiasm con-
ference will be held and much good
will be accomplished as a result of
this convention. A lay committee
will be named shortly to urge tnal
each synagogue and community in
the state send lay delegates to a
similar conference In Orlando to be
followed by a conference of lay
delegates and rabbis. Much interest
has been aroused and it is planned
to have noted speakers address the
conferences.
Cantor Wroobel
With MJ.O.C
Cantor Nathan Wroobel will chant
the High Holy day services at Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox congregation.
according to an announcement by
the officials of the congregation
last week Cantor Wroobel has been
with the congregation since its or-
ganization several years ago with
the exception of last year when he
chanted 'lie Holy Day services at
St. Petersburg, Fla.
women in each of the 73 precincts
of the county. Mrs. Isidor Cohen
Is captain in charge of precinct 36.
at the old High school.
Mis. Isaac Levin, captain in pre-
cinct 22. with polling place at Bul-
lock's store, has on her staff, Mrs.
George Pahnstock, Mrs. J. H. Kap-
lan. Mrs. H. G. Tobin, Mrs. J. T.
Chaille. Mrs. Charles Sharman.
Mrs. Fred Hosea, Mrs. James La-
Pointe. Mrs. Floyd Chaille. Miss
Lucinda Scott, Mrs. j. g. Bullock,
and Mrs. Gordon Davis.
Also serving with this group is a
trio ot Boy Scouts from Troop 33
Including Robert p. Levin, Lamar
Simpson and John Kronlield.
Mis. Lewis Brown, captain in
precinct 18. will be at Exotic Gar-
dens, 1700 N. W. 38th st.
Beach Synagogue
Elects Rabbi
At a special meeting of the board
ol directors of Beth Jacob congre-
gation, Miami Beach, held last Sat-
urday night, David I. Rosenbloom,
oi Montgomery, Ala., was unani-
mously elected as rabbi ot the con-
gregation for the coming year
Rabbi Rosenbloom. who served as
rabbi of South Haven, Mich., for
several years and the past tW(
as rabbi at Montgomery. Ala is a
graduate of the Chicago Tin
cal Seminary and of the Northwest-
ern University. He has been an ac-
tive figure in the Zionist work ol
the state of Alabama and active m
the Bnai Brith work of that state,
i being secretary of the state organi-
zation and vice president o fthe lo-
cal Bnai Brith lodge. Rabbi Rosen-
bloom. who left for his home in
Montgomery. Ala., will return to Mi-
ami Beach on Sept. 10. to assume
his duties as rabbi. He will be In
charge of the Hebrew school of the
congregation in addition to his du-
ties as rabbi.
Synagog Retains
Present Cantor
Cantor Boris Schlachman, for the
past several years cantor of Beth
Jacob congregation, Miami B
will conduct the High Holy Daj
services at the congregation this
vi ar ace ording to an announce-
by its officers.
Why Not Reciprocate ->- Substantially
?
The Jewish FlorMlan has received many letters of thinks for free publicity given t<> various
i.wish organisations >>( the Greater Miami district. These acknowledgements are both welcome
and appreciated and we recognise the value of the kind Of letters sent iis.
We cheerfully print these records of communal activities because it is within our scope and
function as a Jewish weakly. However, it is self-evident that space is at a premium in a paper
like this which is published not for one organisation but for the entire community, Orthodox, Kc-
form, Conservative, every phase of belief.
Unfortunately some of these organisations, and particularly their workers, fail to remember
that in order to be aide- to conduct a paper like this, something more, than mere thanks is neces-
sary U this time when it is customary to extend greetings on the advent of Rosh Hashono anil
tie carry this greeting at a very small charge in Hie Jewish Floridi.m. a numlier of these self same
workers when called on, say. "We will send out cards this yen." We wonder how they would feel
when they phoned in some of their personal notes and s.ime of their club and society items if they
were advised, "We regret we- cannot print these Items without making a charge." "We suggest you
hive these items published by the party who printed your earils."
Cannot We count on your co-operation at this time in the interests or your own organizations
and the general welfan of your community?
When Vienna
Was A City
Without Jews
Some years ago a Viennese Chris-
tian novelist. Hugo Bettauer. was
shot and killed by an anti-Semitic
fanatic for having written a book
called 'The City Without Jews" in
which he told what happens to a
city when the Jews are driven out.
The book created a sensation be-
cause of its subject and method of
treatment. Now it is revealed that
Vienna, the city Bettauer had in
mind, was once really a city with-
out Jews for reasons almost identi-
cal with those advanced by Bet-
tauer. The document has been
found in the Archives of the Haps-
burgs.
About 2fi0 years ago. during the
long reign Ol Kaiser Leopold the
Fust, all Jews were expelled from
Vienna, but were afterwards asked
in return. They wire asked to re-
turn because not only the- katsc r
,.nd hi., entire court, but also the
ntire Christian population, realized
that the country could not get along
without the co-operation cf Jews
All this Is proven by an official
document of those times now lying
,n the- archives of the Austrian
Ministry ol the Interior, which af-
ter the Republican revolution, and
the dethronement of the Hapsbuig
monarchy took possession of all the
documents which formerly belong-
ed to the Court. The document
proves conclusively that it wasn't
from motives of pity or humanity
that Jews were during those dark
au"s allowed to live in Christian
countries, but rather because of the
vital economic interests of the
Christian population itself. The pe-
tition which the Court presented to
Kaiser Leopold in 1673 shows this,
as well as the remark of the Kaiser
that it is very necessary for the
state to get the Jews back.
The expulsion of the Viennese
Jews came about through the royal
decree of June 13. 1669. and by the
end of July, 1670. was carried out
in its entirety, not one Jew re-
mained in Vienna. The great. Jew-
ish synagogue was converted into a
Christian church and was named
"Lcopoldskirchc" in honor of the
Kaiser, which name it retains to
this day. The lower part of the
building is still that of the old
synagogue, and even today one- can
very easily read the few Hebrew In-
scriptions which have- remained on
the walls. History seems to have
taken a curious revenge in the fact
that today the lieichborhood of the
Leopeold8klche" contains the most
thickly settled Jewish section of
Vienna.
Three years after the Jews wen
expelled from Vienna, in 1673. the
K.user a.-ked the Court olficials
whose functions then were similar
to that oi a Ministry of Finance to-
day) to prepare for him a new re-
pot 1 about the eventual readmission
Ol lew- to Vienna. The report was
prepared and this is how it read:
"The Jews are now being toler-
ated in many places and this Is a
sign that they are ot use to the
countries wherein they dwell. Wher-
ever they were expelled the result
was i decline in population and
material harm to the respective
countries. With regard to the ac-
cusation that they use Chrl
(Continued on page three)


Pag* fwo
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. September 1. ui:i:t
All holding petition forms of
Bnai Brith for the purpose of hav-
ing President Roosevelt intercede
with [he German government
against further persecution of the
Jews are urged to return all such
blank* immediately to Mr. W. L.
Williams, president of the local
Bnai Brith lodge.

Mr. and Mrs, Wm. Mechlowitz.
who have spent the past four week-
on a visit to friends and relatives
in New York, will return to the city
today.

The Jewish Welfare Bureau has
moved its offices from the Meyer
building to room 325. of the
old postolficc building.

Mr. and Mrs. Sol Rotfort will
ation which
o visit relatives and
Ni n York city. They
\isit the World fair in
.tgO.
Among visit Miami an Mr
: v. ::. now of Washington. D.
rid formerly a resident of Mi-
ami. Mr. Wol; active work-
er in all local Ji lamunal af-
Ime oi his leav-
:- ago was
. .:.- .:..... presld
Ion.

1). .'a Phi Ep-
iffel supper
and i: irup ol
: Miss Ethel
151 St 2- St"
IlJoloLj
HEIDELBERG
BEER GARDEN iy>
Luncheor) 3,0^ AO* ^O^
An
Start A
SAVINGS
ACCOUNT!
outwith-
out a:.- :: rt It will GROW
and we It to grow be-
cause
We Pay 5o Interest
The
Morris Plan
Company
Of Miami
VIN< I VI K. BRH E, Manager.
105 N. E. liit \\r..
MIAMI. I I.A.
1----------- King 1- uneral I Ionic
In S c //11 iii.hu/ 1 Better Ojuritt
PRANK c. McOHAN'8 WIDOW
_" S. w. Srd \m.
Phones 2-35353-16M ------------------------------------------
SIDKBOTTOM
Ice Cream Co.
2424 N. W. 7th Ave.
lino w. Flafhr si.
TU N. W. 31th Si.
PHONE 2-S12
Mintzer. Miami Beach. The part;
. .,. thi first ol a series planned to
honor students who are enterin
the Florida State College for Wo-
men, next month. The decorations
featured the colors of the college
interwoven with those of the soror-
ity. Miss Rosabelle Scher of Palm
Beach, and Miss Cecelia Wahnis.'i
of Tallahassee, were visiting alum-
nae present for the occasion. The
I honor guests were Miss Losi Louis.
Miss Gladys Abenson. Mis Mildred
Clem. Mis Rosalyn Daum. Miss T.
Steinberg. Miss Myrtle Zelntz, Miss
Maxine Kantor and Miss Grace
Barrack.

Slvia Sidney and George Rait
ast together for the first time
in "Pick L'p. movie adaptation of
Vina Delmar's Red Book story.
produced by B. P. Schulberg for
Paramount, which comes to the
TiVOll theatre next Sunday and
Mondi
Pick Up" Is the story of a girl.
d" by her husband for a
; who goes
,(i prison with him. The role is
. bj Miss Sidm y
.. couple ol yeai
: husband remains b
ars, Sylvia finds herself back
ii y broke, cold and s wk-
in a rainstorm. Shi
cab and th<
Raft Is convinced of the
plj .:. love,
ttered by the
lebutanti
attention to syl-
they
to a
: and finds that
11 ..:. .,:.:. ilmi nt I .. i tnai-
to In r convict-husband, thus
S Raft,
But tin lay the pi
husband appears on
:.' :: -h from the prison
. .. :. hi has killed a
: rately intent on
elf not only on Syl-
: 11 ft oesvelt Market opened re-
floot "f the
1. evell hotel at N. E,
14th radually
Ii
..
:
1
:
[1
thei d emporiums will i><
mai
1
Ion of
A'
I ( d with

PI n ISC AT THl
T1VOLI THEATRE
PICKUP
best fit thi 01 talents.
Definite announcement will ai
u 1 olumns shortly.

With hi appointm nt ol Mr.
Greei 1 Inent ci m-
munal worker ol this city, and
of it board ol diret I
go to New York foi the purj 1
selecting a rabbi for the Miami
h On hod' Ion, the
completing Its
! Holj
Daj en Ices, Cantor Nathan Wra -
will chant the Musofim, Kol
Nidrei Neilah services, while
Mr. Louis Jacobsklnd will chant the
hris services Mr, Abraham
Jacobs, formerlj ol Atlanta. Ga..
and now Ol Miami, will assist the
rabbi and cantor durum Rosh
Hashono and Yom Kippur. In
: arrangi tnents Is a com-
mute) nsisiii : Milton Weiner
in Max K .
. 1 m iiii \ ich Installation 01
.1 c mpli ventllatIni m and
irehasi ol pray r books will
bi ni benefit to the worshippers,
bei :. el at only SJ and
charge ol arrangements were Mary
Bandel, Lee Kasanoff, Daisy Shaft
and Claire Simon.

The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congregation
will hold an important meeting of
the membership next Tuesday eve-
ning. Sept. 5. at the synagogue when
important business will be trans-
acted. All members are urged to
attend.

Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Markowitz
are receiving congratulations on
the birth of a baby daughter last
Wednesday at the Victoria hos-
pital. Mother and baby are resting
nicely.
The Y. M H. A., formerly the
Hebrew Athletic Club, will hold a
dance at the club rooms ol the or-
ganization on Tuesday evening,
Sept. 12. Full details will be an-
nounced in our next issue.
no*
Mr. Hyman J. Apte returned to
the city alter an absence "i
weeks spent visiting relatives and
ndsi n Nt v York city.

Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berkowitz
will return to Miami Sunday nigh)
after having -pent their vacation in
Beach.
Mr. Max Hoffman and S
., : last Sundaj by auto to
. w ot fair in Chicag

Complying with the- request ol the
nts committee the man-
nt nt the Tropical Jungle
Gardens will have 1:.- beautiful gar-
dens open especially for the final
dance of the current season spon-
sored by the Junior Council of
Jewish Women next Sunday eve-
ning. Sept. 3. At this dance the
final contest to determine the best
dancing couple will be held and a
silver loving cup will be awarded
the winners.
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I KIDAY. SEPTEMBER 1, 1933.
Vol. 6 No. 35.
The Appeal to
Hindenburg.
A direct appeal to President Paul
von Hindenburg to exercise his
presidential power to rescue the
German Jews from imminent ex-
termination has been made by the
American Jewish Congress. The plea
was in the form of a lengthy letter
which points out that President von
Hindenburg has the power, if he
wishes, to dismiss Chancellor Hit-
ler. Admitting that the dictatorial
powers granted Hitler permit him to
enact legislation not in consonance
with the constitution, the 5.000-
word missive claims that when Hin-
denburg gave Hitler dictatorial
power he did not intend to allow
him 10 "defy the foundations on
which the German Republic was
built" or to "vanquish every prin-
ciple of humanity in relation to the
Jews." In going over the head of
Hitler with his appeal to the nomi-
nal head of the German government
the American Jewish Congress prob-
ably had no expectation of effecting
any material change in the Hitler
government's anti-Semitic policy.
Wi are of the opinion that the let-
ter is intended to prove once and
for all that Hindenburg is no longer
to be counted upon as a buffer to
the Nazi madness. Unless Hinden-
burg \s reply to the Congress appeal
is an emphatic call upon Hitler to
hall his frantic anti-Semitic pro-
"lain he will be revealed before the
whole world as a figure-head, as
the duel executive of a nation who
has permitted himself to be bam-
'I by demagogues and a senile
old man who doesn't know, or care,
what is happening in his country,
W'i believe that if the appeal to
Hindenburg achieves this result it
"ill be a valuable diplomatic un-
dertaking because it will show that
Hindenburg is either unable or un-
willing to restore the prestige of
Germany which has been so suc-
1' ssfully impaired by the Hitler gov-
' mment.
Page Three
Mifflin Company, book publishers,
with aiding and abetting Hitlerite
propaganda in America through its
announcement ol the Pall publica-
tion of an English translation of
Hitler's autobiography "My Battle."
The American Hebrew Is justified
In its bitter protest against u purely
anti-Jewish volume filled with
venom, comparable to the fully dis-
credited Intel national Jew of re-
cent infamy." We urge every Jew
to follow the suggestion of the
American Hebrew to protest to li-
braries and book-sellers against the
circulation or sale of this Infamous
volume.
Protest A gainst
I his Propaganda.
We desire to place ourselves hear-
tily in accord with the sentiments
' xpressed In last week's American
Hebrew which charges Houghton
Dr. Wise For
The Boycott.
Dr. Stephen S. Wise's Prague
speech in which he finally an-
nounced himself as an advocate ol
the boycott against Germany will
undoubtedly result in the American
Jewish congress falling In line with
those who see the boycott as the
only effective weapon against the
Nazis. As this is written, the na-
tional executive of the American
Jewish Congress Is holding il
sions and the boycott question is
the major Issue to be decided. There
has long been a demand on the part
ol the Congress' constituent organi-
zations thai it declare itself for the
boycott. This pressure has now be-
come too great to withstand and
Dr. Wise's action in Prague simply
foreshadows the action of the con-
gress. As a matter of fact a meat
many Jewish leaders who have long
looked askance at the boycott are
beginning to see it in a different
light, especially as the trade figures
testify to an alarming shrinkage in
Germany's export trade. Samuel
Prommer, an investigator for the
Joint Distribution Committee and
the Bnai Britli. returned with start-
ling information regarding the
amazing effectiveness of the boy-
cott. Mr. Frommer's report, which
indicates that the boycott is tre-
mendously effective, may perhaps
be the stimulus sought by the boy-
cott leaders in America to give it
the mass character it has assumed
in many countries of Europe. It Is
also not beyond the realm of proba-
bility that Mr. Frommer's report
will win for the boycott, support in
those quarters where the greatest
abhorrence has been expressed for
it. In the event that such support
is forthcoming Germany can look
forward to an ever greater decline
in its export trade during the next
few months because the United
States is still one of its best cus-
tomers.
When Vienna
Was A City
Without Jews
i Continued from page one>
blood or thai they poison the wells.
no one has ever brought any proof
of it. All the prophecies on the
part of individuals, who supported
the expulsion of Hie Jews claiming
Hint the community will be greatly
benefitted by it. have also come to
naught. It has been many years
since there has occurred any trea-
son or revolt on the part of the
Jews.
"But the present financial situa-
tion requires more than anything
that the Jews be re-admitted. One
can quite calmly state that as a
result of the expulsion of the Jews.
the income of the state fell forty
thousand florin annually. The state
has been greatly damaged through
the smaller income from taxes and
other revenues. A large quantity of
foodstuffs rotting, since there are
less consumers, and thus too the
producers find themselves unable to
pay their taxes. It is undoubtedly a
fact that woolens, cottons and other
goods were worth much more when
the Jews were still in the country.
and in that way the common people
could pay their taxes more easily.
"The Viennese merchants and
traders had hoped that the city
would greatly benefit from the ex-
pulsion of the Jews. Their proph-
ecy has not been confirmed. The
only result was higher prices all
around, which is natural, since the
city must levy annually upon its
citizens the sum of 13.700 florins,
which it had formerly received
from the Jews in the form of taxes
and tolerance money. And besides,
the Christian citizens are losing
much from the fact that they are
receiving no rentals and have no
consumers for their foodstuffs. One
may estimate the loss at a half mil-
lion gulden. Trade itself has also
been very much damaged because
of the expulsion of the Jews, espe-
cially the trade in antiques, since
the Christians in general and the
Viennese in particular are too lazy
to occupy themselves with this busi-
ness. The traffic in money has suf-
fered more than all the others, since
the Jews were best as money brok-
er-
"This latter loss has hit hard
even the Court. It Is now Impossi-
ble to obtain huge sums of money.
Formerly within 24 hours one could
obtain from 50 to 100 thousand gul-
den. But today one cannot, even
alter many weeks of hard effort.
obtain even ten or fifteen thousand
gulden, even if one gives the best
promissory notes. Christian women.
who became money brokers, ask ten
times more from their clients than
the Jews did formerly.
The citizens, the Court and the
Kaiser are all suffering from the
fact that there are now Jews. But
there is no doubt that the Kaiser
wouldn't have given his consent to
such a general expulsion if he had
previously had this information. It
will therefore not be harmful to
the Kaiser's dignity If lie will annul
the former decree. The Kaiser
might also take into consideration
the wishes of the Lower Austrian
professions, all of whom beg that
the Jews be readmitted."
These are the most important
pan- ol this historic document,
upon which Kaiser Leopold hinisell
commented: "This is of the highest
importance." As a matter of fact
even the Theological Seminary of
Vienna revoked the former decree
of expulsion. But il took almost a
decade for the Jews to regain full
confidence in Kaiser Leopold and
his government and to return to
Vienna in numbers sufficient to re-
establish a Jewish community here.
SCARCITY OF GIRLS
LEADS TO INTERMARRIAGES
THE
GLOOM
A depression is just a period when
all of us are in the fix that part of
us are in all the time .
Recently found tablets are credit-
ed with proving that instalments
were employed by ancient Egyp-
tians. But history always did show
that Cleopatra got her loving that
way.
We haven't any wheat or cotton
or pigs to sell the government, but
if Mr. Wallace would like to keep a
tev. extra paragraphs off the mar-
ket now's the time to do it.
Business would be unearthly quiet
if it wasn't for the noise made by
notes falling due.
A girl used to try to hide her in-
steps Now she tries to show her
stepins.
A happy, happy time is here
To kid us of our woes:
As we have more and more primi
beer
We've fewer, fewer lcothes!
Newly Wedded Man: By George
Lucile; these biscuits of yours look
exactly like those my mother used
to make. 20 years ago.
Wiley: How delightful: I'm so
glad!
Man ibiting one): And. by George.
I believe they ARE the same bis-
cuits.
This tiling of buying right now
doesn't apply to us. All the clothes
we have we owe to Miss Nira at 4
cents a pound.
A man's no bigger than the way
He treats his fellowman!
This standard has his measure been
Since time itself began!
He's measured not by itthes or
creed.
High-sounding though they be.
Nor by the gold that's put aside.
Nor by his sanctity!
He's measured not by social rank.
When character's the test;
Nor by his earthly pomp or show.
Displaying wealth possessed!
He's measured not by tithes or
His fairness at his play.
His squareness in all dealings made.
His honest, upright way.
These are his measures, ever near
To serve him when they can;
For man's no bigger than the way
He treats his fellow man.
New York. Because of a scarc-
ity of Jewish girls In Colombia a
real number of interinania
the pan of Sephardlc and Ashke-
nazic Jews has taken place there.
the hias is Informed by it-s affili-
ate organization, the Jewish Aid So-
ciety of Merellin, Colombia. Man.
jew.s marrying Christian girls are
reported to have declared themselves
Catholics so that the marriages
may be performed in a church with-
out their being obliged to be offi-
cially converted to Catholicism.
Worried over this situation, the Jew-
ish community has asked the Union
of Orthodox Rabbis of America
whether such Jews can be buried
in its cemetery. The Union de-
clared that they may be buried in
the Jewish cemetery but their I
graves must be set aside from the i
others. The Medellin Jewish com-
"Did you give our daughter that
copy of "What Every Girl Should
Know?" asked Dad.
"Yes." replied Mother, despond-
ently, "and she's written a letter to
the author suggesting a couple of
dozen corrections and the addition
of two new chapters."
Friend: "Why is it that your son
rides in a car and you always go
on the street car?"
Father: "Well, he has a rich fa-
ther and I haven't."
Jim: "I don't mind looking after
your horses, but I don't want to be
called the hostler."
Tom: "Oh, that's all right. Ill
call you our stabilizer."
Man: "Over a period of three
years I have directed the destinies
of over seven football teams at as
many colleges, and never lost a
game."
Boy: "Who are you. some super-
man?"
Man: "No, I'm a motion picture
(I Hector."
An injunction is asked in Mil-
waukee against a German band that
plays at night. Meanwhile, a doubt
arises whether it is really health-
ful to sleep with an open window.
A scientist entertains an Oslo
gathering with his theory that life
on this planet began in hot water.
If so, we would seem ideally situ-
ated for a fresh start.
If Europe were as sympathetic
now as it ought to be. and as sym-
pathetic as America usually is. it
would declare a moratorium on non-
payment of debts.
"There are no gangsters in Rus-
sia," reports G. ernard Shaw. But
what, after all, is the use of put-
ting ove ra racket in a place where
nobody else has any more than you
have?
The penalty of bigamy is an ex-
cess of mothers-in-law.
The majority may rule if the mi-
nority isn't made up of women.
When a public officials imagines
himself a big gun it's time to fire
him.
When a man is resigned to his
fate the resignation is usually ac-
cepted.
There is usually a vast difference
between a man's worth and what he
thinks he is worth.
When money talks a man seldom
troubles himself to investigate the
truth of its remarks
After a man gets into a good, fat
; office he begins to advise his friends
I not to have anything to do with
politics.
The new stenog looked like a mil-
lion dollars. "Class'' was written all
over her and the male office con-
tingent acclaimed her "some dame."
Then she opened her velvet lips
and said to the office boy: "Say.
Bozo, ain't there no carbon paper
around this dump?"
It's sometimes difficult for a girl
to find her ideal man. but she's
nearly always willing to accept a
.substitute.
"I hate telephones, automobile.-.
airplanes and anything that makes
a noise." declares Frances Perkins,
I secretary of labor, cutting her list
; short at that point and allow
congressmen to draw their own con-
' elusions.
Once there was an elephant and a
flea going over the bridge. When
they got over the bridge, the flea
said:
"We sure shook that one. didn't
we. big boy?"
munity has a synagogue but neither
rabbi nor schochet but it has con-
tributed to the relief of the Ger-
man Jews.
The depression could be cured In
24 hours, declares a New York min-
ister, by an old-fashioned prayer
meetingi n which financiers and
corporation heads would get down
on their knees and confess then-
sins. I don't quite see how that
could be. when Oonfesiing |their
sins wouldright at the start-
take 24 days.



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u.-rica
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Scripture Reading, Deuteronomy, Chapter XVII, Verses !-7. and
Deuteronomy, ( hapter XIX. Verses 15-9, Inclusive.
Tampa, Fla.
Notes
Mr. and Mrs. M Ressler, 315 W.
Park ave., are visiting their son.
Dan K' lei ol Cleveland, oino.
and later will visit their daughter,
Mrs. Melvin Siegal, ol Toledo, and
will attend the World fair before re-
turning to Tampa.
Mrs, D. Sinn and daughter Lena
n[ 711 8. Delavi accompan-
ied by Henry Lassman. ol tik 8
Outerman,
marriage to Simon Herd ol Day-
ti: .. Bi ach will take plan' next
month, wai lv< n a partj and
by Mrs. /-bar and
il the home ol
Mi> zbar, ion w. Hanna st. The
Invited guests were Mrs. s. Edel-
stein, Mrs. 1 Rosen ol Lai;
Miss Ruth Weber, Mis- Rosa Free-
man, Miss Ida Outkin, Miss Peg
[arb, Misses Beck and Betty
Abramovltz, Miss Evelyn Sanders,
Miss Lee Rabinovitz, Miss Laura
Steienbi rg and Miss Dot Bass,
Mrs. J. Milchman ol 2006 Talia-
ferro st., city, wishes to announce

Mi Tillye Simonvitz entertain-
idence. 836 s .Dela-
H tzman.

Members and friends who have
di 1: ones al the Kodolph Sholom
. \ evening to compli- cemetery, and who wish to have
men! Miss Dora Simon of Plula-
ia. who has bi Ing her
Mrs 1 Wohl oi Davis Is-
and who will return home
soon. Afti'. a 1 Kiti h luncheon the
1 nl to a local night club
tor dam Inj 1 hose Im Ited 10 fete
re the Misses Ed
Taub, ol Ni a York itj Ra< Al -
Kintar, Ruth Salisbury. Lucile Ro-
senbui eth Kirchlck, Ruth
Finman Mildred Simonvitz. Miriam
and Pauline LelDOVltZ, and Miss
Pinlii id Wati rtown, N. v.
also Irving Taub 01 New York and
Clearwater; Dr. Needles oi South
Carolina. Arthur Taub. Dr. s. Berg-
man, Irving Cracowaner, Adolph
Weil, Bill Wolfson, Irving Salisbury.
Lou Grossman. Joe Weinsteln of
Birmingham, Ala.. Nathan Estrolf
ol Lakeland.
prayers made, will lmd Rabbi
Adolph Burger at thi
Sunday tnornil 17.

Mrs. Mac Leltman and chl
:..,-.i returned to thi Iter an
absence ol three months, visiting
with Mrs. Leitman's mother, Mrs
ol Roxbury, Ma
Radio Synagog
Rabbi S. m Machtei, founder and
director ol the Radio Synagogue,
Will preach over WIOD at 10 o'clock
on Sunday morning on "Home-
made Criminals'' In addition to
ervices there will be prayers.
hymns, scripture reading and a
question box.
Think before you .speak. Be certain that you are about to speak the
truth.not what you think.- but the truth, as u is. uncolored and not
id.
IN accordance with the Jurisprudence ol the Torah and the Talmud
.:. .,:.. ci as a vital one. In off)
.salty lor the guilty one. the wit-
thing to commit per-
, Rord WlllOW ave.. left recently bv motor
car B vacation trip to Hender- the coming marriage ol her daugh-
onville and othi in North ter Florence Outerman. to Simon
Impossible under the Jew- (..(,.nImil H,.(<1 ()I Daytona Beach. Sunday
;-" lnsuf" evening. Sept. 10, at 7 p. m.. al
tion. There must be l Miss Pauline Leloowitz. of 846 S Hebrew Free School synagogue.
I am 1 into a discussion of th. Dakota avi one to Clearwa- Rabbi Adolph Burger will officlati
criminal Jurispi ..... Beach ,,, ,. spend several and will be assisted by Rev. Jacob
1 am interested in bi In ti evi rj m th
in 01 iri 1
talk has ruined mon tedium. Unfounded

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mind : nslesi evi-
testifies I ....:.: a
doe- not pull th switch ath-chamtx r hi is nom
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untrui uilty oi murder Hi-word.- man to
, term
1
w. Scripture clearly stati
witness be a falsewitni and hath testified false)

A witness in rtio testimony to
would be put l that would have been the
ner.and il ild haw bi 1 :. murdi | wltni
not merely the result
tl n tised In the business world and In the
.ind worm tnlrched;
who know not an
malicious carr; ofl wrong opinions ol
d business deal or social 1
with th talked aba s out oi feai
Inten th a person ol so low a reputation. Thi landi red
no opportunity for di
the tale-bearer or not actually put In.- hand into the
other's pocket he is none the less guilty ol theft it he has caused him
' ilk I saj "loose talk" to Imply inaccurate
Ithout malice. It 1- a common habit 0! people to
jump at conclu nd to judge their
. inadequati Inl rmation. and to pasi theii final dedu
truth These snap-judg-
mi:.' Ill not even ilty vision.
hat they believe they -;i W8 And.
on human liw ecked and men an 1 nl I ,
hs.
When you confront thi 1 nkind" who feel it their duty
ill
v.hi:. you nfi nl them with tl : their toi
lit) Thi j did no bul thi Ir duty.
. hey felt it m tnd- 0 Fai 1 d with the prooi
ol thi ir I thel Is, Wi II 1
..... 1 did nothing 1 only
the ol ords."
It's the old cry ol v B J Ish law. thi
than a recitei en, ..."... The hand
II bi lirsl .: :. him ti p il him to death ." .
to back up Iils word.- with
hat we
all In mi re th

"- thai tati mi nl
Haw
"1 confn .
1
Mei
Bzzz : szz-bzzz thi :
i warrant
: >ro| ent unpun
I mi nl eldom mmi
with the gravity ol ut who would
We an wltm bors, and not alwa
convli thi Innoci nt. >l those
who :. poken to mndi en, the malicioui say, In
But. 1 said nothing. .' yes, -aid nothing when .1
from them might ).. -. r mighl have -pared
one pain or misery. Lifi
and also casts us in unpleasant role.-. It i- our duly to fill each po
with honesty ol purpose and with fairness toward- the Individual and
v.'i can not shirk our duties as wll n or out of
a court of law. but. to give I through malice or poor Judg-
ment, by speech or through silence, may merit death.
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auctioneer. Phone 2-2860.
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These bargain excursion fares on sale from all Florida points to
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mi the following dales: September 1st, 2nd, 3rd; October nth and
7th: November 28th and 29th.
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212 N. E. iih St. Phone 2-5315
Royal Typewriters
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Friday, .September 1. 1933.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
rage I
SOCIETY
Miiicr. Traeger, well known phys-
ical expert, will be In active charge
,i all alliletile and gym aelniiies
i : Hie Y. M. H. A., formerly the
Hebrew Athletic Club, and is now
r anlzlng physical culture classes
lor members of the organization.
which will begin on Sept. 11.

During the production of the
Eddie Cantor screen musical com-
edy. 'The Kid from Spain." which
comes to the 7th Ave. theatre on
Sunday and Monday, there was not
one day in which 20 people did not
ask Sidney Franklin how he became
a bull-fighter. The famous Amer-
ican matador plays a role and su-
in the picture.
Franklin's story is simple: li"
i.mie from Brooklyn, attended Co-
lumbia University, became a com-
mercial artist, went to Mexico to
make posters, cot Interested In the
bill hoards that advertise the fights,
tried OUl the sport, liked it and
found that there was a lot to learn,
learned a great deal and then went
10 Spam to learn inure, the Span-
iards liked him, he was a matador.
Bui he Is still learning,
..... ever knows everything
bull-fighting," Franklin ay

Mortimer Fay returned to Miami
M ab ence of several months
Camp Cody where In- was one ol
the camp counsellors.
*
Mr and Mrs. Philip I.iebermaii
Will leave today tor New York and
other Northern points and will re-
turn in about tour weeks. Mi
berman Is president (,t Bel h Ja-
i i> congregation, Miami Beach, and
i i the Jewish Welfare Bureau,
Sunday, continuous 2 to 11.
Monday. 0:45 and 9 P. M.
Sunday 20c till 0:30
I
| Sunday-Monday, Sept, 8-4. |
Paulina Norman ol Brook-
lyn, N. y.. is spending a week
int and uncle. Mr. and Mrs,
Milton Weiner, ol this city.
u
Mr, Joseph Oreenberg, active
communal worker here, will leave
Saturday night for a combined
business and pleasure trip to New
York city.

Mr. Larry Fay of Paymus Fays,
will leave today for a brief busi-
ness trip to New York and other
northern points.

Mrs. Harry Rose returned to Mi-
ami this week after spending some-
time with her son Leonard, who is
a student at the Curtis Institute in
Philadelphia.

Mrs. Sol Skvirsky and children of
Holyoke. Mass., is spending .some-
time as guests ot her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. B. Silveiman ol Miami
Beach.

Mr. Arnold Cohen of Miami la
spending sometime with his pa-
rents in Tampa. Fla.

Mr. Samuel Tritt will leave Sun-
day for a combined business and
pleasure trip to New York city and
other northern points.

Mi.- Nathan Wrnobel is still a
patii in at the Victoria! ho pital
where she recently underwent an
operation.
Miss Helen I.iplon. who recent 1\
underwent an operation is now con-
ing at her home.
o
Mr Joseph M. Liplon will leave
tonight for Paterson, N. J., to visit
his fiance, Miss Ann Abrash. He
will return to Miami the latter part
Ol next week.
so
Mr. Hairy Levitt left yesterday
for a visit to Baltimore. Md.
Rabbi Max Shapiro ol Beth Ja-
cob Congregation will return to the
City next Wednesday alter having
spent several months In the North
where he was the religious director
ol a large camp.
rick I p.
vivia sidmy George Raft
iTlOME SERVICE T
I .aunilrx
ROY II. TURNER. Prop. I
1223 S. W. Hih si. Phone 2-5C54
SPECIAL |
lugtul ll t ;!lst:Special
i k .'" per cent disc mint of every
+ bundle Of 75 cents or more. '
MaillBWMhik.

in .sol Skvirsky ol Holyoke
Mass., will arrive here the early
.'.'""".;. p.ut ol next week to spend everal
weeki at Miami Beach as the guest
ol his parents-in-law. Mr and Mrs
B. Sllverman ol the Ocean View
Inn.
Monuments ami markers on dis-
'iciiiiiin. nis ami markers
play at iiur showrooms.
'rices
ii keeping with the limes.
MIAMI
MONUMENT
CO., Inc.
3253 S. W. XT 11 ST.
Phone 2-8633.
Mrs, chas. Roscngarten Is visit-
and brother-in-law,
Mr. and Mr- Morris I.elkowit/ in
Orlando. Fla.
Plans for a state-wide confen net
ol all Florida Bnal Brith indues are
being considered and will bi
announced shortly, according to a
statement by Mr. W. L. Williams,
,, Hient oi the Miami Bnal Brlth
lodge
mv AT
GROSSMAN'S
I choice Fruits and Vegetables
I SI and No. 1.
Roosevelt Curb Market I
\. E. Snd Ave. and nth St. |
CORNER STAND"
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Economical Prices
VISIT THE
Roosevelt Market
N. E. 2ND AVE. AT 1ITII ST.
FRUITS, VEGETABLES. POULTRY. EGGS. ETC.
"A Trial Will Convince You."
PLAYING \l I III
7111 AVE. I III ATRl
Eddie Cantor andLydaRoberti
in The Kid from Spairf
Rabbi and Mrs. David I. Rosen-
bloom or the Beth Jacob Congre-
gation. Miami Beach, will arrive
here on Sept. 10 when the rabbi
will begin his work with the congre-
gation.
., 6
The next meeting of the Junior
Council ot Jewish Women will be
held on Sept. :"> at the home ol Mrs.
Esther Kaufman, 1041 N. w. First
St., to which all members are limed
to come,

A large number ol Jewish guests
are Stopping at the Win. I'enn ho-
tel. Miami Beach, at the present
time. Many arrived on the tours
winch have been arranged by the
various steamship companies.
JEWISH AGENCY HEAD WILL
NOT ATTEND ITS SESSIONS.
London. D'Avigdor Ooldsmid,
president oi the Jewish Agency for
Pales tine, will not attend the i
sions ol the Agency's Council to be
held In Prague alter the close of
the Zionist Congress. Mr. OoldS-
mid contends that the tune ol the
sessions Is Inauspicious and the
not practical.
KOI MAMA PLANS NEW UNI-
VERSITY NUMEROUS CLAUSES
Bucharaest. Although the Rou-
manian government has rejected
the demand ol the anti-Semites to
bar Jews from the Roumanian army,
it. is reported thai the government
intends to appease the anti-Semites
i>v promising them to substitute a
numerous clausus for Jewish pro-
fessors and Instructor In the uni-
les. It is also reported that
Roiim.iM.ii. bank and Industries are
contemplating a numerous clausus
for their employes,
Orlando, Fla.
Notes.
Orlando lodge 1043 hi Id their
regular semi-monthly meetlngTues- ,
day night, Aug. 29 Several new
members were Initiated and the
pn gram and refreshments were en-
joyed by all present.
.
Then1 was a board meeting held
la (Thursday night, Plans were
drawn up lor the high holidays
winch was submitted to the general
meeting ol the Congregation Ohei
Sholeni which was held .Sunday
night at the synagogue,

The work performed by the Jew-
ish committee under the N. R, A
In district 8 was highly conunended
by local officials at the chamber of
commerce meeting held on Tuesday
at 8 a. m. The committee consists
of B. J. Cohen, major; Jesse Rosen.
captain, and privates. I. N. Burmaii.
M. L. Baker. I. Becker. G. Silver-
stem. Nat Barman, H. ECanner and
Joe Ottenbuerg.
Phil Berger left on a b
trip to Washington and I i xpei d
back in a lew wei k
. .
Sol Wettenstein left Sunday tor
New York city cm a business trip.
*
Burnett Both spent the day In
Orlando Monday and left for a
week's vacation to Miami and will
visit some friends while there
West Palm Beach
Notes
Mrs. Max Oreenberg and daugh-
ter left Monday for a few weeks'
stay in Hendersonville. N. C.
...
Mrs. H. Greenblatt was hostess to
the Friendship Club Thursday at
her home on 39th at. High score
was won by Mrs. M. Moss and Mr.
Max Moss. Refreshments were
served during the evening.
.
Mr. L. Van Gilder has returned
to West Palm Beach and Is conva-
lescing at the Good Samaritan hos-
pital, having undergone an opera-
tion.
.
Mrs. Sylvia Albert ol Greenwood
drive left by boat for New York
city, where she will spend a month
visiting friends,
.
Mr, and Mrs II. Aaron have re-
turned after a month's stay In New-
York.
*
Mrs Max Mn. I and son Irving
have returned to the city alter a lx
wicks' stay in Ocean View. Ga., and
Durham. N. C.

A pie-Labor day dance to be-
given at the Belvedere Country
Club Sunday night al !> :i(l o'clock
will be- sponsored by the Beth Israel
Sisterhood. Friends and members
ot the Beth Israel congregation are
requested to purchase cover charge
Announcement!
DR CHAS. BECK WITT
OPTOMETRIST
Mas re tunnel from the National
Optometric Convent mi, and will
be iii his niiice in give personal
attention to his patients.
36 N. E. First Ave.
tickets from the sisterhood Com-
mittee in charge i i ments
an- Mrs S. a Oold ti In Mr o. p.
Oruner and Mrs. II. Halpein
*
Mr. and Mrs. s. A. Goldstein and
family motored to Orlando and sil-
ver Springs for the week-end.

Mr. A. Kerman left for New York
on a combined business and pleas-
ure trip.

Mr. M. L. Pastroff has returned
from Hendersonville, N. C. Mrs.
Pastroff and children will return at
a later date.

Miss Rosabell Scher is in Miami
visiting friends.

George Grecnberg left today
i i Pridayi for a three weeks' trip to
Chicago, where hi' will attend the
World fair before going back to
school.

Mrs. Cy Argintar and children
have returned to the city after a
month's Visit in North Carolina
*
A meeting ol the- Beth El Sister-
hood was held Tuesday evening at
the hcinie ot Mrs. H. Greenblatt on
39th st. Plans were made tor a
card party to be held Sunday, Sept.
10. with Mrs. Max Mass xs hostess.
Refreshments were served after the
meeting.
*
Dr. and Mrs. C. N. Herman are
residing at the Dixie Terrace apart
ments on .'10th St.
...
A reception to welcome Dr. and
Mrs. Herman, who have- recently re-
turned from their vacation in Chi-
0, was held at the Schwa it /h. irg
hall Friday, Aim 25, following the
Friday night services ol the Beth
Israel congregation.

Work has bee-n started on Un-
building oi the Betii El Synagogue
which will be located em Pern st,
a meeting ot the Beth El ci i
cation was held Wednesday night
at the home' ol Mr. J. Sneider on
Upland rd The coming high holi-
days were discussed.
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Our Fish are the freshest Caught by our own boats daily
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Page Six
THE JEWISH FLORIDI AN
Friday. September 1. 1933

I am 18 years old. 5 lee; 4 Inches
tall and weigh 14-; pounds I am
solidly built, so that I do not
look a.s heavy as that. Wine!'.
method of reducing is <>
ise, or should I try a com-
bination oi both? I have black
hair and eyes and a very dark
plexion. What colors in clothes
would be i to me? 11
cessively trimmed dresses make one
look stouter? RUBIES.
A large degree of overweight is
sometimes due to some faulty func-
tioning within the body which re-
quires medical aid. A strict reduc-
ing diet that will reduce you rapid-
ly will also make your muscles flab-
by.
By reducing slowly and keeping
your muxles toned up by exercise
2 Becoming colors for your type
are black trimmed with bright col-
ors such as red, yellow and orange;
dl ep cream, mahogany, deep brown
with bright trimming, ecru, bril-
liant yellow, bright red. rust, brick,
deep pink, bronze green.
y a large amount of trimming
on a dress is likely to make one
look stonier. Choose simple, tail-
without ruffles or puffs.
-WER: You are .'4 pounds
h avei Ight for your
Befon embarking
on any reducii. ::. II :- ad-
to have an examination by
a doctor to see what causes the
eight. If the cause is overeat-
:.d lack of exercise, the cure
is obvious.
How can I rid myself of black-
heads and pimples that are scat-
tered over my nose, chin and fore-
head. I have picked on my fa< 1
for the last two years, which has
undoubtedly increased the sizi and
number of these blemishes. Now I
to restore my complexion to
noi mal state?
SWEET SIXTEEN
ANSWER: It will
months to reston your complexion
so begin at once an internal and
leaning. During the
next three days omit meat and all
. from your diet; eat fn
I run at each meal and Include .1
ins, ol raw vi getable salad,
h and other nonstarchy cook-
getables In your daily diet.
1 ... ol stanhis during
: ree-day period. Drink 1
Enjoy Your
I [igh I loliday Services
WITH THE
Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation
1545 S. W. Third Street
ROSH HASHONO
Beginning; Evening of September 20th.
YOM KIPPUR
Beginning Evening of September 29th.
With
Cantor Nathan Wroobel and a Prominent Rabbi Direct-
ing.
TICKETS ONLY $2.00 AND $3.00.
Gel your tickets .it the Synagogue everj evening from 1*. M..
or Sunday mornings, or from any member of the committee.
T 0 R G SIN S0VIET RUSSlA
There are Torgsin stores
in over 1.000 localities.
Torgsin orders may be sent
to anyone, in any quantity.
turn no TORGSIN
ton I irgsln mails your order

orders enable your relatives in
Soviet Russia in purchase all
-orts of domestic or imported ar-
ticles at low prices.

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tm-Derutra Traimporl orp.
tmeriran Rxprcai >.
'.I- 1:1.1 \tn- rn i I in, .
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Publll Kofi Hank (I Tru-t 1 .
It. < \. < ommunlcatlona, Inc,
llu.l......... Safl liank. Boyonne, v.i.
I h t'i nni) Ivanla < >.. Phila.
I n.Mit Saving! Bank, Pittsburgh.
Amaltamalvd Trnal A. Bavingi
Bank, < lii, ago.
.CENEPAL REPRESENTATIVE ,o U.S.A.
261 Fifth Ave.':o*F.<..Nev York.N.Y
GRAUPNER'S
SILVER STOCK
AND
X-TRA FINE
BEERS
BOTTLED AND DRAUGHT
"Best by Test"
FLORIDA BEER DISTRIBUTORS. Inc.
.ioiin THEOPHILES, General Manager
456 W. Flafiler St. Phone 2-7:160
fyipp"*'j Silver
to 10 glassfuls of water durum each
day. Wash your face twice a day
with plenty of warm water and snap.
using a complexion brush for the
purpose. Rinse well and gently
press out the ripe blackheads with
a comedone extractor 'which is sold
at drugstores' without bruising the
skin. Open any ripe pimples With
a sterilized needle and gently press
out the pus.
Bathe the skin with an antisep-
tic solution, blot dry and pat on an
astringent lotion. Toilet alcohol di-
luted with water may be used for
purpose. The less make-up
you use during this treatment the
better.
The following lotion may be pat-
ted on the skm several times a day:
1 dram sulphate of zinc; 1 dram
sulphuretted potash. 4 ounces rose-
water. After you have finished the
three-day special diet, remember to
continue using plenty of fresh fruits
and vegetables in your menus.
DID YOU KNOW THAT
Salt water does not ruin the hair.
but is a wonderful tonic for it.
providing you don't forget the oil
shampoos to counteract the drying
effect of the salt?
the elbows makes them smooth STATE DEPARTMENT TO KE(.
alKi niCe? OGNIZE RELIGIOUS WEDDINGS,
Cream should never be left on
the lace over night as it clogs the
pores and prevents them from
breathing freely? The skin can ab-
sorb all the cream it needs in ?1
minuti
A real ripe cucumber cut in
lengthwise strips and rubbed .>'i the
hnnds will do wonders for them?
Common salt rubbed on 11 e body
with a brush will leave the skin
vjlt and lovely?
Equal parts of orris TOO and tal-
cum powder will give you tempor-
ary reHe! In case of mois' hands'
hair is often due to im-
proper diet lacking In
minerals?
By lowering your eyebrow arch
you can make your eyes appear
r?
SOVIETS NAME GOLDWATER
HOSPITAL CONSULTANT.
New York. The Soviet govern-
or nt has appointed Dr. S. S. Gold-
water, former health commii
Ol New York city and a noted hos-
pital consultant to be consulting
hospital expert to the Russian
eminent, according to word receiv-
ed here from Moscow. Dr. Gold-
will cooperate with Russian
clinicians. and architects
in the planning of new hospil
various Russian cities.
Washington. The Am.
State department has issued in-
structions to all American <<
abroad to recognize religious wed-
dings in the granting of Immigra-
tion visas to the United State
order ends one of the greater
:; immigration mat'' l
as women and children are con-
cerned who wanted to Joir.
husbands and lathers in Ai:
but could not prove their reli
ship unless they presented <: ...
mentarv evidence of a civil wed-
ding. Since most European Jews
had been married only according
to Jewish law they experlen "i
trouble m getting visas. The new
rul!n el minates this problem.
I

The ;
iveg Inn mm
What's the idea ol teaching a boy
to play golf before he's learned how-
to make a living?
Cold Beer
Plate Lunches
:
1857 W. Flagler Street
MIAMI. FLA.
Grapefruit juice is a wonderful
astringent and Is also very fine for
Announcements!
I i
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB I -
(Orthodox)
311 WahinKton Ave.. Miami Reach
The usual services beuin at 6 30
p. m. when Cantor Schlachman will
offli <-< Saturday morning erv-
ices begin at 8 30 a. m. Mincha
services Saturday afternoon are
conducted at S p. m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform!
137 N. K. NiattMBth Street
DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN. Rabbi
Short services will be held Friday
nights with Rabbi Kaplan officiat-
ing in Kaplan hall, beginning a<
o'clock. These will continue until
the High Holiday services, details
of which will be announced shortly.
W' SPEND '"%
YOUR
I VACATION!
THIS YEAR IN
FLORIDA
for your HEALTH!
I OMP1 / //
Beer Equipment
Also Domestic Refrigerators
Geo. Patterson, Inc.
no-, Blacajrna MH. Phone I-48M
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(ContMati*e)
139 N. \V. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
SCHLITZ BEER
BOTTLED AND DRAUGHT
Is Still the Best on the Market
For Sale at All Bettor Establishments
MIAMI WHOLESALEiGROCERY CO.
DISTRIBUTORS
216 N. E. 11th St.
Phone 2-3117
Frldaj '.:..:. :,.
030 p.m. Saturday morning s>
begin at 8:30 am. Mincha followed
by Mi!. :. at 6:30. Dail;
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MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
I64S s. \v. Third Street
rhi ial Frldaj i .. nin serv-
1 ::o Saturday morn-
in at 9 a. m. Ni v
Frldaj Friday
'ill be resumed with
a prominent rabbi as thi
leer.
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and Materials
Visit Our New Location
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Opposite Firestone Station I i
When in Doubt. Drink Milk
WHEN IN DOUBT WHAT MILK
TO DRINK
Drink
GRAHAM'S
MILK
Dieticians universally approve Milk as the ideal
diet for all purposes. Infants, children, grown-ups. aged
persons: invalids, convalescents: average men and
women: athlete?literally everyone drinks or should
Dring Good Milk. Ifs the best food: the best health
insurance. For your daily milk food, demand milk from
GRAHAM'S DAIRY
PENNSICO. FLA.:
(anal i:>'<-'
MIAMI DEPOT:
116 N. E. 2nd Avc Phone 2-1247.