The Jewish Floridian

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:00240

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I LORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 29. 1933,
Jewish News
Around The
World
USTltlAN CHANCELLOR SAYS
(EW STATE WILL BAR RACE
jM) RELIGIOUS INTOLERANCE
Phi Beta Delta Sisterhood Is
Pledges Number Reception Host
Local Schools
To Register
VIENNA.Neither race nor re-
ligion* intolerance will have a plac
|n -In new "Christian German
State on a corporative basis will
Authoritarian leadership" planned
lor Austria. Chancellor Engelbert
bolfu.s- announced. He said that
Ihe new state should not be refer-
red in as a Fascist state but will be
fitted to Austrian needs and spirit
vithout imitating the Italian model
bnd certainly not the Hitlerite
hiodel. The new state will be open
members of the old parties, he
Explained. The Chancellor empha-
sized that Austria must consider "a
man's soul above all questions cl
face or nationality."
The Chancellors statement *s ex-
bceted to allay the widespread an-
pety in Jewish circles which had
developed when it became known
|hat lie expected to dissolve the
ociallst administration oi Vienna
knd name Prince Ernest Starhcm-
erg as city commissar. Starhem-
ho was once an associate of
Wolf Hitler, is an avowed aiui-
and if he became ruler tf
Vienna the lot of the Jews would
too happy.
M>\ II WISH FOES OF NAZIS
HOLD DEMONSTRATION IN
NEW YORK CITY
YORKThe Friends oi
perman Democracy, a largely non-
twl li anti-Nazi organization, itag-
fccl .in impressive anti-Hitler nuto-
I parade through the streets
' W York and Brooklyn Hi a
I'ni' mortal for the victims of Fas-
i rsecution in Germany." The
I 'biles were placarded with
fa : which said "Germany Is Rul-
pl By Maniacs." "We Fight Hitlei-
ISecause We Love Our Mother-
Hid Germany of the Brown
." and "Thousands of Men
B Been Slaughtered. How Many
k Bruno Wagner, president
i association, declared that it
I ted the anti-German boy-
l He also said that "half the
1 wish German population is
1 tortured and oppressed under
After the parade a memor-
ial meeting was held at which
| 'is denounced Nazi propagan-
la in the United States.
Delta Chapter of Phi Beta Delta
Fraternity began its ninth year at
tiie University of Florida on Sep-
tember nth. 1933. on the opening
of the school term.
At the conclusion of Freshman
Week, Phi Beta Delta Fraternity
listed in its very successful rushing
week the following pledges: Ben-
nett Applebaum. Maurice Cromer.
Anson Drcisen. Lester Frank, Mil-
ton Friedman. Mitchell Magid. Al
I Nathan, Arnold Rubin, Sam Silver
; and Leon Sperling, all of Miami.
Florida; Sidney Cohen. Melvin Bar-
nett, Ben Lasris. Martin Noel, of
'Jacksonville. Fla.; Leo Epstein and
; Leonard Pepper, of Daytona Beach.
Florida; Jay Goldstein of Raleigh,
N. C; Arthur Malaver of Ocala.
Florida: Bernard Marks of Boston.
Mass.; Daniel Usdin of St. Augus-
: tine, Florida: and Sidney Zucker-
. man of Delray. Florida.
With the addition of the above
pledges the Chapter boasts one of
! the largest and outstanding groups
of fraternity men at the University
of Florida. There are at present 38
men identified with the fraternity
as members or pledges.
Jay Schwartz of st Petersburg!
Fla.. is President of the Chapter
while Alvin Cassell of Miami, Fla..
Is Vice-president The other officers
are Joe Plnkoson of st. Augustine,
Phillip Bremen of Miami, and Ely
Katz of Tampa. Dr. Joseph Weil,
distinguished professor ol engin-
eering at the University, is a mem-
ber of the fraternity and faculty
advisor to the Chapter.
Delta Chapter of Phi Beta Delia
Fraternity is located at 1410 W.
University Avenue, Gainesville.
Florida, in the heart of fraternity
row. Plans are now under way for
construction of Its own home with
modern conveniences such as steam
heat, library rooms, dining rooms.
etc., capable of housing comfortab-
ly over 40 men.
Phi Beta Delta made a verv en-
viable record last year for scholas-
tic attainments, ranking first for
the last Bemester and second for
the entire year. It is planned to
have a course of lectures on Jewish
subjects during the present year.
Last Wednesday night a large
number of men and women were
the guests of Beth Jacob Sisterhood
at a reception tendered by it honor-
ing Rabbi and Mrs. David I. Rosen-
bloom of the congregation. Mrs.
i Harry Z. Silverman. president of
\ the Sisterhood, presided and intro-
duced the guests who spoke includ-
| lng Mr. Jacob Becker, vice presi-
dent of the Congregation. Rabbi
Jacob H. Kaplan of Temple Israel.
Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David.
1 Rabbi Julius Wascher of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation.
' Rabbi S. M. Machtei of the Radio
1 Synagog and Rabbi I. Rosenbloom.
the guest of honor. Cantor Boris
Schlachman and Cantor Louis Hay-
man sang during the evening. At
I the close of the formal program
guests enjoyed refreshments which
were served from a heavily laden
and splendidly decorated table set
in the Synagogue. Rabbi and Mrs.
Rosenbloom recently arrived in
Miami Beach where the Rabbi was
called to the pulpit of the Beth
Jacob Congregation from his posi-
tion in Montgomery. Ala.
Y.M.H.A. Dance
Officers Named
Registration for the children de-
siring to enroll in the Talmud To-
rah and Sunday school of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion will begin at 9 a.m. Sunday,
October 1st, and continue until
noon Sunday; Monday. October 2.
lrom 4 to 6 p.m. and Tuesday. Oc-
tober 3. from 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday
afternoon. October 8, the Ladies
Auxiliary of the Congregation will
entertain all the children of the
Talmud Torah and Sunday school
and their guests at a "Simchas To-
rah Party" in the Succah of the
congregation. The party will begin
promptly at 4 p.m. and will be In
charge of a committee headed by
Mrs. I. Buckstein, past president ol
the Ladies Auxiliary.
At Beth David the registration
for Sunday school will take
place at the Talmud Torah.
this Sunday morning from 10
to 11:30. Registrations for He-
brew school will take place Sunday
morning from 10 to 11:30 and Mon-
day afternoon from 4 to 5:30. Par-
ents are urged to enroll their chil-
dren at the beginning of the semes-
ter.
These will be many extra curri-
cula activities at Beth David Sun-
day school this year. A dramatic
society, children's choir and young
Judean Club will be formed.
KothscbJMs Cede Two Valuable
Estates to Austria
V n:\NA.-Two estates in Gaming
&> fo the Austrian government by
Sarong Louis and Alphonse Roths-
mld. in connection with the liquid-
ikon of the Crcditanstalt of whlcn
Baron Louis Rothschild was presl-
tnd Baron Alphonse a large
ptockholder. Both Rothschild sacri-
ficed their stock holdings in the
"Tedltwatalt to facilitate its liquid-
"on. The cession of the two estates
Ml make it passible for the Aus-
trian government to colonize sev-
eral hundred settlers.
Committees for the second annual
dance of the Young Men's Hebrew
Association Include the following
rickets. Leo chaikin. chairman,
Hyman Apte and Nat Blumberg.
Ralph Grossman in charge of the
gate committee, Refreshments In
charge of Jack Apte, Herbert
Snowe. Sol Levin and Murray Apte.
Jimmie Miller in charge of the
souvenir program assisted by Sam
Shindel, Jack Apte. Murray Kell-
man, Hyman Apte and Murray
Apte. Herbert Snowe and Sol Levin
are in charge of seating arrange-
ments. Entertainment, reception and
publicity is being handled by a
committee consisting of Mesdames
M. Kellman. Nat Blumberg and J.
Apte.
Congregation to
Choose Officers
An important meeting of the
members of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation will be held
at the Synagogue Tuesday evening.
October 3rd. beginning promptly a;
8 p.m. when the nominating com-
mittee will recommend a list ol
officers for the coming year. Nomi-
nations may also be made from the
floor. Other important business in-
cluding plans for the winter activ-
ities of the Congregation will be
discussed and the president will
present a report of the congregation
for the past year.
A brief address will be made by
Rabbi Julius Wascher during the
evenin
Realizing What It Means
Tonight, after a hearty feast, we shall slowly wend our way to the Synagog for a solemn day
Ol meditation. And. humanlike, we shall at the close of Yom Kippur rush away to again least: and
during the entire day we shall pose, (to ourselves at least) as martyrs .... BECAUSE WE HAVE
FASTED.
And .... we wonder how many of Greater Miami's Jewry, while fasting this one day during
the yea*.....a voluntary starvation .... will realize that some of our own flesh and blood .
some of our own Jewish men, women and children would be doing the same thing each and every
day of the entire year, were it not for the Jewish Welfare Bureau.
We pray and ask that we be fortunate In having given to us a year of health, prosperity.
SUSTENANCE and at the same time FORGET that our f-llow men, too. must be considered
The Jewish Welfare Bureau, sorely pressed for funds because of the continual demands made
upon it by men, women and children for their daily bread, recently appealed to each Jew to contri-
bute the small sum of one dollar .... Yet this appeal went practically unheeded.
NOW IS THE TIME! Don't, on this solemn day of Yom Kippur appeal for that winch you.
though able, refuse to give to others. "By your acts shall you be judged." Get that dollar bill and
when you enter the Synagogue tonight on the eve of Yom Kippur hand it to a synagogue official
and tell him to give U to The Jewish Welfare Bureau. DO IT NOW IN JUSTICE TO YOURSELF.

Price Five Cents
Comptroller Lee
Compares Record
Cost of liquidating Florida's clos-
ed State Banks the past fiscal year
was $1,401,000.00 of which 11,065.-
427.00 was expended during the last
six months of 1932. according to
recapitulation being compiled In
Comptroller J. M. Lees office lor
the annual report.
The total cost of liquidation for
the six months period January 1.
to June 30. under the regime of the
new Comptroller was only $342,203.
While large savings were shown
In every item the most noticeable
reduction for the 1933 six months
over the 1932 six months was in
salaries and Liquidators' Commis-
sions, which have been cut from
$370,972.00 to $116,826.00. Attorneys-
fees also show a substantial reduc-
tion, having been $243,871.00 as
against $38,751.00 under the new ad-
ministration and included in the
latter figure is $11,000.00 of unpaid
bills left over from the old admini-
stration for Comptroller Lee to pay.
Insurance costs have been reduc-
ed from $36,000.00 to $17,000.00. and
rents paid from $19,000.00 to $9,000
The total of expenditures item
for the two six months' periods
the last six months of the old ad-
ministration and the first six
months of the new. follow:
Attorneys
Fees $243,871.61 $ 38.751.60
Court costs 58.169.17 18.019.70
Taxes 125.160.41 54.477.61
Insurance 36.671.68 17.423.03
Interest 12.797.27 446.56
Salaries 187.189.73 98.713.47
Rent 19.886.62 9.711.86
Travel expense 10.166.07 8.447.53
Supplies. Tel.
and Tel. 18.126.95 12.526.31
Property
Maintenance 114.605.43 46.096.27
Miscellaneous
Expen-e 38.781.84 19.476.6(1
Auditing 1.125.00
Bills Payable-
Expense 15.092.06
Commissions paid
liquidators 183.783.87 18.113.29
In spite of the moratorium and
in spite of the vast amount of de-
tails incident to the re-organization
of the liquidation structure so as to
make possible the stupenduous sav-
ings which have resulted, the new
Comptroller's administration has
collected SI.139.747.00 as against
Si.875.000.00 collected under Mr.
Amos' regime.
"Aside from general conditions
when we consider collections for
the closed bankswe -must bear In
mind that the cream was skimmed
Off the surface, all the good bonds
had been cashed in," and all the
easy collections had been made be-
fore the new administration came
into office." Comptroller Lee point-
ed out in discussing the announce-
ment.
"It is not reasonable that we
should hope to increase collections
because as each six months period
pas-es statutes of limitations oper-
ate outlawing debts; it becomes in-
creasingly hard to collect and then1
is naturally less to collect.
"I am particularly proud ol the
record showing that I only spent
$342,000 to collect $1,139,000 as
against my predecessor's expendi-
ture of $1,065,000 to collect $1,875,-
000" the Comptroller concluded.


Page Two
THE J E W I S HFLORIDI AN
Friday. September 29. 1933.
SOCIETY
'The White Sister/' Metro-Gold-
wyn-Mayer's new talking picture
version of F. Marion Crawford's un-
dying romance, will be the attrac-
tion at the Tivoli Theatre Sunday
and Monday. Helen Have.' and
Clark Gable are co-starred for the
lust time on the screen in the
classic love story and a prominent
supporting cast features Lewis
Stone. Louise Closser Hale. May
Robson. Edward Arnold and Alan
Edwards, under the direction of
Victor Fleming, who filmed the suc-
cessful Gable-Jean Harlow talkie
Red Dust" In the present film.
Miss Hayes play.- the role of an
aristocratic Italian girl who turns
down the suitor of her father's
choice in favor of a young officer
:n the Italian air force. When noti-
ced of his death at the front, she
a convent. The story rises
to a sensational climax when the
lover returns and finds the girl's
religious vows an obstacle to his
tiappil

Work has been started on the
only regulation one-wall outdoor
handball court in South Florida at
the grounds of the local Y.M.H.A.
When completed after an outlay ol
al hundred dollars the court
will meet with all the specifications
and requirements of the national
a a U. All handball enthusiasts
are cordially invited to inspect the
work now going on and upon com-
pletion to enter the Second Annual
one-wall handball tournament to
be sponsored by the Y.M.H.A.

Regular i '..* kng held at
thi V M.H.A. on Monday and Thurs-
day evenings from 7 to 9 p. m un-
V.lult. 20r
* hildren lOf
II..x llffir*
6t30
p.m. Sunda?
Phone 2-6551 Evenings 20c
Sunday- Monday, October 1-2
WALTER HUSTON
KAREN MOKI.EY
"Gabriel Over The
White House"
der the direction of Milt Traeger.
well known exponent of physical
culture. Showers and lockers have
been Installed recently and free
medical examinations are given i'>
all members of the classi

Vivid headlines from Wa
form the engrosing subject matter
of -Gabriel Over the White House.
Cosmopolitan Metro Goldwyn -
production which play.- Sun-
day and Monday at the 7th Avenue
theatre.
The anonymous novel on which
the picture Is baa ii Is .. literar;
satlon. Appearing early in Febru-
ary', it immediatelj leaped into the
. Her class. A- th first photo-
whlch has taker, a United
President through '.lie tur-
moil ol modern day.-, it Is consider-
ed to be the most daring motion
.: produced.
Walt<: ii iston .< an
,i.- :;-. Heon. Judson
. ..,: :': idem I thi
und whom an a::
chain i
I :.
mond as a jovial, bluffing politl-
, Ian full ol
ity foi Aftei
li :it. a
hard i Hammond emerges, a
F'.i sident who forci thi
tion ot an inept cab.: mak< -
longri

:. and European debu
ii- thi'
Dam of thi Your
Hebrew
etic club pi
>;. ..:. II I tl
;;. c tlr will
lutlful '
i i Club and
known
.
;o be limited and it is
,ble to n.. .. promptly.
Murry (.'.:
iation.
OLD
HEIDELBERG
BEER GARDEN
Luncheon ^Qt 40* 50*
Brls Mils
----------------Tillinger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
151 St 2-St" Tillinger .took place at the Victoria
Ital at noon last S Rab-
bi s. M. Mai I I lated Mrs,
. .1- returned home and
joth she and Judah David are re-
. Ing the good wishes of friends.
AM
Watch Your
Dollars Grow!
INVEST IN"
Morris Plan
Certificates
Issued 11. ns o: S.">0
to $5,000 Multiples of SI 00 ac-
.d and applied to purchase
of Cerl
The
Morris Plan
Company
OF MIAMI
VINCENT R BRICE. Mgr.
105 N. E. First Avenue
MIAMI FLA.
Congratulations are being re-
: by Mr. and Mr.-. Morris Pep-
>er on the birth of a baby boy at
Victoria Hospital early Thurs-
day morning.
FREK FUEL
HOT WATER]
from SUNSHINE
For all thf hot i.onxrr life.
lfr you nerd greater *ffi-
in >rur home. Clfliej.
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HtUl e**r nerd.
"SOLAR" FREE
with ropprr ESTIM \ M
111 bin j. Term*.
Solar Water Heater!
COMPANY
Phone I-649S
Office and Factory: 110-;o N. W. IJ -

A- a special meeting of Beth
David Sisterhood last Wednesday at
the Beth David Talmud Torah with
Mrs. Lewis Brown presidum. an ad-
was made by Rabbi Max Sha-
piro of the congregation and plans
for the annual Children's SUCCOS
party to be held on Sunday. Octob-
er 8th. beginning at 10 a.m. were
announced. In charge of arrange-
ments is a committee consisting of
Mr.-. J Engler. chairman. Mesdam-
es Harry Oiiphant. Morn.- Dubler.
J. Hartz. Isidor Fine and B. Kan-
del. The same evening the B
hood will entertain with a home-
coming reception 111 honor of Rab-
bi Shapiro who returned to his po-
sition alter an absence ol several
months m the north. All members
01 the congregation and Sisterhood
and their friend.- arc urged i" at-
tend In charge ol arrangements is
,i committee headed by Mrs Stan-
c Myert
Pupils "i the gym class bi :
conducted under tin direction of
Milt Trai 1 r al the v Mil A. on
Mi nday and Thursday ol 1
week are being enrolled daily In In-
Ing numbi

, The Rosevell cuii) Market on the
i ground floor 0: the 1'
al n and
rtl streel will bi formally |
.-. ^ala program ol entertain-
: i :. on Saturday
. will be played and
I
rs who will be unabli nd be-
v EClppur the pr
..:. evi ning
.: be provided In
ro-

;i;:- comm

. 11 :el dopti
ad-

he offering I
only :
Hani '

known R & I. R
A
Delta Chaptei
t thi
es at its i
even-
ing, s- pi 24th .:. ;.. private ban-
thi Whlti Ho ise hotel
I brothers
1
Jay -
. .
nies wit
.'.
at thi
:

talk
: : :
:.' :
f the 1

phenon.. 1 -li experi-
enced by tl Ti..
I ilowed by several short ad-
dresses, given by Abe Rothstein.
Edgar M Fel.-on and Moe B. Safer,
alumni from Jacksonville. These
speeches stressed the importance of
fraternity life, extra curricula ac-
1 nines and scholastic attainment.

Leo Kupfer-tein. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Max Kupferstein. left Thurs-
day for Atlanta. Ga.. where he will
enter the senior year at the Atlan-
ta Dental College. Leo spent the
summer in Miami with his parents. I
Announcement of the marriage
on September 6th in New York
City of Sam Seitlin. the son of Mr.
and Mrs Henry Seitlin of Miami.
to Mis.- Sylvia Friedman of Bor- (
ough Park. N. Y.. was made here
this week. Mrs. Henry Seitlin
mother of the groom, attended the
wedding ceremonies which took 1
place In the Boroimli Park Syna-
and among Mlamians pres-
ent were Mr.- A. D. Halpern. Mrs
E Parkas, Mi.-- Rose Parkas, and
Dr and Mrs. Henry Kadan. The
couple spent their honeymoon in
( and will make their
home In New York when I
d In 'he radio bi;-i: 1

Mi-. Mat lie Kuperberg and Mrs
Bertha Mcndcl.-cn entertained the
members ol Loyalty club al a bene-
lit bridec at the home ol M-
oei.. last Monday night when
bridge were In pli >
lor high -core were awarded
ndividual table and de-
- nfc ervi
the evei

One of the pretties! affairs held
..e Bar Mitzva la.-t Saturda;
.- II In, the son 01 Mr
ami Mrs. Harry Seitlin at Ih
I nthodox Cor.
tioi E:..... 11 Ited tin bli ssin -
ed himscll
n In thi
m. Rabbi Julius Wasi hi ol

peal ti le w.iys sei
:...: Jewr; I
Mist biei;
eeks 11
:.....1
.:. : .,:.c
Dr. ..ltd M: I S Augustine.
Announcement!
DR.CHAS. BECKW1TT
OPTOMETRIST
Has r< turned from the Nat.
ntlon and will
give personal
p.."lent.-.
36 N. E. First Ave.
The next meeting of the I.aais
Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation will b- ^eld
at the Synagogue on Tuesday even-
ing, October 10th. when final pre-
parations for the reception now be-
ing arranged for Rabbi Julias
Wascher to be given on Sunday,
October 15th. will be announced. All
members are urged to attend.

Beth David Sunday school's fa-
culty consists of Rabbi Max Sha-
piro, spiritual-supervisor.
Miss S. Miles. Secretary.
Miss I. Engel. Kindergarten teach-
er.
Miss S. Dreisen. first grade.
Miss S. Segal, second grade.
Miss B. Goldenblank. third
Miss I. Farr. pre-confirmation.
Mrs. H. Oiiphant. confirmation.
Mr. H. Gordon, post confirma-
tion.
Mr. S. Myers, teachers' training
class.
The Dramatic society spoil oral
by and under the direct supi
ol Ml-s M. Scheinberg will be in
charge of Sunday and holiday pro-
grams.
*
Second in a series of parties for
1 he birthday fund of Junior Coun-
cil ol Jewish Women will bi
on October 4 at the home of Miss
Claire Hodcs. 33 N. E. Forty-fifth
street, by Mi-s Hodes. Miss Sylvia
Dreisen, Miss Ida Schwartz. Jli
Bemice Loeb and Miss Pauline
Schonfeld. Prizes will be given for
the best Bowery costumes.
The Finest and FresheM
Vegetables in Florida
Live Poultry
Kvcrything Choice
MRS. A. WALL
Stall 22
ROOSEVELT CURB MARKET
N. E. 2nd Ave. and 14th St.
IttRIZnJiI2JWZW?JWUWi
keeping
ARE WE
mli null those who trust u-. ire
wc living up t<> our obligations u
u, iL their future happiness by
ignoring the problems chat would
arise for them if, some day, w*
did '/"/ come home?
I ifc insurance otter- the safe
and certain answer. Tlicrc 1- no
substii utc.
\ Southern Health & lite In-
surance Policy on each one 1- ne-
ccssan to protect the others Irom
the privation and expense caused
by the last illness and death.
A leu pennies each week is the
total cost.
Southern Life &
I IiAi.m Insurance
Company
T. s. Cook, Managi <
0 Realty Board Bid*. Phone :-'''
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Friday, September 29, 1933.
THE JEWISH FLORIDI AN
Page Three
THE JEWISH Masters of 3 Faiths
rTADinTAM'0 Make Good-Will
FLORIDIAN Tour
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
I" the
JEWISH FI.ORIIHAN I'l III l-MIM. CO.
P. O. Bon 297.1
Miami, Florida Phone 2-1183
EXECUTIVE OKI-ICES:
n.it. Security IIMit. Phone 2-6193
I HI I i Hi I M OFFICES:
r.L'1 S. W. I.'.lh Avenue Phone 2-1183
J. LOUIS SIIOCHET. Editor-
KRKII K. SIIOCHET. Circulation Manaser
CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN,
Field Representative
Entered aa Meond dus* matter July 4.
1980, at tl' Pol Office t Miami, Florida,
under the Act of March 8, 1K79.
WEST PALM BEACH
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN,
Representative
ORLANDO
MRS. ANN BERGER
Representative
TAMPA. FLA.: MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative
SI HS<'KIPTION Six Moulds...... One Year...... SI.00 12.00
Vol liNo. 39 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1933
/V. Y. Stores Boycott
German Goods
The twenty leading department
tores Ol New York and Brooklyn
have CUt their purchases of Ger-
man goods from 50 to 84 per rent
as a result of the Jewish consumer
boycott resulting from the Nazi
inic's anti-Semitism, it was an-
nounced by H. Nelson Street. Secre-
tary of the Retail Dry Goods Asso-
ciation of New York, after a mcct-
oi representatives ol the stores.
I oliowlng the meeting, which was
111 !d at the request of Samuel Ull-
termyer, president ol the American
I ''ague for the Defense ol Jewish
Rights, II was declared thai the
consumer boycott has become "so
extensive and so effective thai sales
ol German merchandise have de-
.i id to such ail extent that pur-
by the stores are now con-
lined to a very few essential items
which are not obtainable in any
other country." The statement add-
i d. that while the representatives
of the stores "abhor the political
and religious persecution in Ger-
many they feel that a boycott by
the stores would create a danger-
ous precedent." In reply to this Mr.
Untcrmyer declared that people
would refuse to deal "with any
store that takes the position assum-
ed by these gentlemen." Import
trade organizations reported sim-
ilar curtailment of purchases of
< hi man goods throughout the coun-
try, but no import association has
taken an official stand on the boy-
cott,
Many German-Jewish
Professors Expected
(it Hebrew University
A large number of Jewish profes-
sors who have been driven out of
their university positions in Ger-
many by the Nazi regime will short-
ly Join the faculty of the Hebrew
University, Dr. Judah L. Magnes.
chancellor of the University, an-
nounced. He expressed great op-
timism regarding the future of the
University and said that he has
agreed to the request of Professor
Albert Einstein to name a commit-
tee which will investigate the possi-
bilities of reorganizing the Univer-
sity along the lines he had suggest-
ed.
A nationwide tour by a rabbi, a
Catholic priest, and a Presbyterian
clergyman to promote better under-
standing between Jews. Catholics
and Protestants wil start on Novem-
ber 1 under the auspices of the Na-
tional Conference of Jews and
Christians. The three who will
make tins good-will barnstorming
trip are Rabbi Morris s. Lazaron ol
the Bilimore Hebrew Congregation;
Father John Elliot Ross, director of
the School of Religion at the Uni-
versity of Iowa, and Rev. Everett
Clinchy, executive director ol the
National Conference of Jews and
Christians, Plans are being made
lor a preliminary seminar in New
York in October by former Judge
Joseph Proskauer, Charles II. Tut-
tle and Martin Conboy.
Reward
Reports are that a price has been
put upon the head of Prof. Albert
Einstein by Nazis. That the profes
sor has gone into hiding. That a
guard of one hundred lias volun-
teered its service for the protection
of the lamed scientist.
All of this sounds unreal. The
Hitler maniacs would destroy even
that which produces help for the
world. No civilized person will pui
a price upon the head of Hltlei
though Je-se James in his most
flourishing day- was a sain
comparison.
However, rewards there will be,
Nazlland already is feeling the
ficent" results ol its admini-
stration's policies and no doubt, the
[real anl l-Semite himself will or
feel the evil effects of his so-call-
ed leadership. The world does nol
-ihi id personal violeni
and murder in order to overcome
the worse than Satanic non-Arynr.
Hitler. In his removal will be I
reward tor the world.
Yom h'ifyf)nr The
Day of I tone moil
Yom Kippur. the Day of Atone-
ment, is the most solemn holy day
in the Jewish calendar. It is or-
dained in the Bible (Levit, xxiii-27
to be observed on the tenth day of
the seventh month. Tishri. which
coincides this year with Saturday.
September 30th. It is a day ot rest,
of fasting, of prayer, of penitence,
and spiritual quickening. Its prin-
cipal and immediate purpose is to
arouse the consciousness of sin and
to stimulate the desire for atone-
ment and for reconciliation with
God.
The Hebrew word for repentance
Is teahubah, which means literally
"return." The concept of sin is that
the sinner has strayed from the
Straight path of righteousness, has
transgressed its boundaries, and Ills
repentance is not complete until he
has returned from his transgression
to the true way of life. Confession,
contrition, and reconciliation with
man and God are the elements of
a proper repentance which is no
mere spasmodic or momentary emo-
tion, but a genuine return to the
road of duty, unselfishness, and
loyalty.
The day is very highly regarded
among the Jewish people, and is
practically universally and unani-
mously observed. Places of business,
offices and factories are closed, and
synagogues, both Reform and Or-
thodox, are thronged with wor-
shippers. As with Sabbath and all
Jewish holidays the day is observed
from "evening to evening." the ser-
vice beginning on the eve of the
day, and on the day Itself is con-
II.I.-GOTTEN GOODS
"What induces theft?" asked a
schoolmaster of his scholars. One
answered "Hunger;" another "Ex-
travagance;" another "Envy." But
one, wiser than the rest, replied.
"Receivers." "Well answered," said
the schoolmaster. For King Solo-
mon says "Whosoever is partner
with a thief hateth his own soul."
which means, he who derives gain
from a thief by helping him to
realize the profit of the theft is
thoroughly dishonest himself, and
of the two is the more culpable
This proverb is illustrated in the
Midrash as follows: A powerful and
wise prince once made a law that
the receiver of stolen property
should be hanged, and the thin o
free. This caused great discontent
among certain people who lived in
luxury and entertained lavishly, and
likewise among others who had suf-
ficient sense to understand the true
intent of the law. The prince, anx-
ious to teach the people the wisdom
of this edict, ordered all his sub-
ject- to meet him on a large field,
which he had prepared for the oc-
casion. Now. the day before they
met, he had the ground pierced with
a number of holes. The people as-
sembled, and the prince ordered
various pieces of meat to be strewn
all over the mound, and a few-
weasels disappeared down the holes
with the meat. On the morrow, the
prince again assembled the people
again distributed the dainty mor-
sels of meat, and again lei loose
the thieving weasels; but he had
taken the precaution to have every
hole and nook stopped up. So when
the weasels pounced upon the meat
and ran with it inward the holes,
where, the day before, they had eat-
en it. they found the holes closed
against them: unable to thsp
the meat, they dropped it. 'Behold,'
said the king, 'thefl prospers only
when thieves can dispose of their
nil goods."
THE
Till: HOLIDAYS IN RKV1KW
And Moses commanded the Is-
raelites to celebrate certain holi-
days throughout their generations
These holidays were to remind them
ol -rent and important truths:
Passoverthat our God demand-
freedom from slavery: ShOVUOE
that men and nations must live ac-
cording to the laws of God, if they
would live peacefully and happily
together; Succosthat God is the
source of all blessings; to Whom
we owe thanksgiving: Rosh Hash-
onahthat God Is the Ruler of the
universe, in whom rests the power
over life and death; Yom Kippur
that God wants us to atone, to re-
pent and live; and there was, ol
course, the Sabbath, with its mes-
sage that man should rest from his
earthly labors and give thought to
higher things in life.
From "The Bible Retold," by
Rabbi Michael Alper.
If you intend to hitch your wagon
to a star, better make sure tha: it's
not going to become a falling star.
Untied the whole day.
The day has a most wholesome
and spiritualizing influence. Its ap-
peal does not rest upon any his-
torical incident. It is not a com-
memoration, but a direct appeal to
the human heart and conscience,
an emphasis upon the duty of per-
sonal communion with God, the
source of all righteousness, in the
effort to make our human life as
godlike as passible. The promise of
pardon la ever present in the ritual
of the day, and the divine forgive-
ness is assured to those whose re-
pentance is honest, and whae "re-
turn" is complete.'Baltimore Jew-
ish Times.)
Life is a jigsaw puzzle,
The pieces are jagged and torn;
We piece them together with weep-
ing
Till sometimes they're faded and
worn.
A bright bit of sunset we fashion
A home where wee children wait.
Where flowers are blooming and
twining
And love meets with love at the
gate.
Sometimes there's a storm on the
ocean
And ships are all wearied with
gale:
But storms have their beauty com-
pleted
When met with firm courage and
sail.
Some pieces are drab, unenticing-
How gladly we'd fling them
away
But there's a place for each frag-
ment
And the picture Is needing the
gray.
No extra pieces are given.
The rose and the gray interlace
And lovely the picture presented
When each finds its predestined
plate.
Life is a jigsaw puzzle
Cut by the Master's hand.
But each little turn and each Cornel-
ls part of the love He has
planned.
Please put. n together with patience
Why should we whimper and
wail?
II we blindly mix up the pattern.
Shall we blame Him thai we fail''
Minister, to DeaconI was sur-
prised to see you talking today witn
a man who is a notorious gamble:
What business could you possibly
have had with him?
Deacon1 was trying to find ou.
where to cash a number of poker
chips that I found in the contribu-
tion box.
Mr. MILLER is the miller for the
Dry Fork Milling Co,
We see by the Pike County (111.)
Republican that Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
win BYRD. of Hopkins, Mo., enter-
tained at dinner: Mr. and Mrs.
BUZZARD. Mr. and Mrs. BIRD, Mr.
and Mrs. CRANE and Mr. and Mrs.
Joe BIRD.
Mrs. PENNER teaches shorthand,
typewriting and PENMANSHIP in
Tyler, Texas.
C. E. LOVE sells marriage licens-
es at El Dorado, Ark.
Mr. OVERALL Is superintendent
of schools at Quinlan. Tex.
Dr. U. R. ILL is a physician at
Stockton, Mo., while over at Cimar-
ron. Kans.. they have Dr. I. MAYE
ADE.
A. DOLLARHIDE Is principal of
the Poolesville, Md., high school.
At HUNDRED. W. Va.. you will
find the "Century' Beauty Shop."
At Mortonville, Pa there is the
BUCK & DOE RUN VALLEY
FARM, with John GOATER as
shepherd.
Add marriages: RUFF-WOOD at
Maquoketa. la.; GROW-SHORT at
Urbana, Ohio. MINGLE-HASH at
Manchester, Tenn.
what you are saying, is already
thinking of what she is going to
say.
Governors WifeGovernor. I
Uiink you made a little miscue when
you made that eloquent appeal for
the votes of "the plain people
GovernorWhy so?
WifeWhy, you ought not to for-
get that half of the voters now are
womenand they don't like to be
referred to as "plain."
President of Ladies" Afternoon
Bridge ClubNow, Ladies, it has
been moved and seconded that this
afternoon we shall not do any talk-
ing during the game. What shall we
do with the motion?
Chorus of VoicesI vote that we
discuss it while we play.
I asked of a man whom I knew,
Whose complexion was heliatrope
blue,
"Oh, why the wry face?"
"It's not ryenot a trace;
It's a look that I got from home
brew."
Phil wants to know if Gymnastic
Feat is the plural of Athlete's Foot.
HousewifeWhat made you so
late with the milk this morning?
MilkmanWell, you see, our new
code forbids us to have more than
25,000,000 bacteria to the quart, and
you wouldn't believe how long it
takes to count 'em.
Busy Business ManWhat's the
matter, Central; can't I get tha".
number?
CentralNot for half an hour or
so, sir; a woman is telling another
woman about her vacation.
EmployerJames, I wish you
wouldn't whistle at your work
JamesI wasn't working; I was
just whistling.
BlobIf you were going to take
up music, what instrument would
you prefer to play?
GobWell, I've always thought
I'd like to be a soloist on a cash
register in a busy place.
"They say that if a man's ears
are red it's a sign that somebody is
talking about him."
"Yes, and he can just bet that
somebody is also talking about him
if his nose Is red."
"A rich man I know of has a
daughter who has just married a
poet."
"Did the old gentleman do any-
thing for the couple?"
"Yes, he set the poet up in busi-
ness."
"In business? How's that?"
"He bought him $100 worth of
t postage stamps so he can have
plenty for return postage when he
sends his poems to editors."
MiltonHenry, your wife never
seems to grasp anything you are
saying to her.
HenryNo; she's the kind of
woman who. instead of listening to
Friend, to ArtistI've seen a big
man going to your studio every day
for the last week. Is he sitting for
you?
ArtistNo; he's laying for me.
He's a bill collector.
"I was taken into court for usiiiji
too much color in butter."
"How did you come out?"
"All right. It was a Jury made
up of women, and the whole 12 of
them used a little color on their
cheeks."
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Friday. September 29. 1933.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Five
SOCIETY

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Joseph M. Upton, well known in- those residing in the Southwest sec-
surance expert, and the son of Mr. tion of the city are urged to send
and Mrs. I. Lipton of this city, was their children immediately. This
married last Sunday afternoon in will be followed by registration Mon-
Pattenon. N. J.. to Miss Ann (day and Tuesday afternoons and
Abrash, a well known winter visitor the additional registration the Col-
in Miami. The couple will honey- lowing Sunday, Monday and Tues-
inoon to Chicago and other western : day. Rabbi Rosenbloom will be in
charge of Rev. B. Safer, formerly
of Jacksonville. Sermons in Jewish
and English will be delivered. The
jj I music will be in charge of a choir
i under the supervision of Reverend
Safer.
Sol Wittenstein. recently return-
, ed from New York, is back at his
! office again.

Mr. and Mrs. Solon Klepper iiad
1 as their guests for dinner on Sun-
1 day, Dr. and Mrs. Perry M. Lichten-
stein and son. Joe of New York.
PLAYING AT THE
7TH AVE. THEATRE
points where the groom will attend
,. convention of life insurance un-
derwriters and will then return to
iheir home here.
Registration for the children of
Miami Beach desiring to attend the
direct charge of all school activi-
ties, including a Junior synagogue
and Young People's Institute.
Members of
heard Mrs. Dale
Junior Hadassah
ay schol of Beth Jacob will be- play, "The Whole Town's Talking.'
gin at 10 A. M. Sunday morning, by Anita Loos, which the organiza-
October 1st. On Monday afternoon tion will present the first week In
from 3 to 6 P. M. children will be November at the meeting held Mon-
tered for the Talmud Torah of day night at the Columbus hotel.
congregation. Rabbi Rosen- Mrs. James anounced that try-
. urges that all parents regis- outs will bo conducted at 8 p. m. at
ter their children immediately so Belli David Talmud Torah Monday
The last meeting of the B'nai
Brith, Lodge 1043, was held Tues-
day evening. The meeting was call-
ed to order by the president, Mr.
B. J. Cohen. Plans were discussed
James review the concerning Uie German relief fund.
The business meeting was followed
by a social hour, and refreshments
were served by the refreshment com-
mittee.
adequate teaching
may be made.
arrange-
.: ration of children for the
Sunday school and Talmud Torah
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
ion will begin at 10 A. M.
Sunday, October 1st. at the Syna-
gogue and all parents, particularly
II
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-hems (I: IS and 0:00 P. M.
Sunday 20c till 6:30
I Sunday-Monday, October 1-2
I
HELEN HAYES
CLARK CABLE
The White Sister"
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L. (Pop) CERSON
1 Buyer of all kinds of scrap
'metal. We sell auto parts,
I machinery etc.
I .111 n. \v. second AVENUE
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K.vs Made While You Wait
R. L. (Bob) GARR
Safe, Gun and Lock Expert
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
-'11 N. E. 13th St. Phone 2-0718
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nuh l. October 2.
Miss Beatrice C'.oldcnblank. in the
absence of the president, conducted
the meeting and appointed the
following chairmen lor the play:
Miss Pauline Lasky, publicity, as-
sisted by Miss Lyl enisling; Mis
MUlicent Rubin, props, assisted by
Miss Lena Weinkle: Miss Rose
Sowers, tickets, assisted by Miss
Betty Grcenberg, Muss Rita Gordon.
Miv Retta Merson and Miss Irene
Parr, and Miss Hana Mack, souve-
nir journal, assisted by Miss Sylvia
Raw is. Miss Edith Silverman. Mrs.
Ann Schweitzer. Mis.s Beatrice Sil-
ver. Mrs. Minnie Shafer. Miss Ruth
Davis, Miss Lil Melcher. and Miss
Sylvia Miles. Miss Goldenblank will
be business manager of the play.
The regular membership cam-
paign, headed by Miss Lena Wein-
Cle, chairman, will begin the first
if October and last for a period of
six weeks, opening with a large
bridge and closing with an officers'
ball in honor ot the new members.
After the business meeting a so-
cial hour followed when Miss Irene
Parr entertained with popular songs,
accompanying hersell at the piano,
and Miss Lasky nave a classical ren-
dition of "Valise Arabesque" by
Lack.
Orlando, Fla.
Notes
BON TON
Dry Cleaners
We (all For and Deliver
Carpet* and Km:- Cleaned or Dyed
We I>u I I.-.i iii.-
I'lant and Main Office:
"7 N. W. 5th Ave. Phone 2-6713
NIGELEY
Funeral Home
lll< Washington Ave.. Miami llearh
PHONE 5-3355
SIDEBOTTOM
Ice Cream Co.
2124 N. W. 7th Ave.
i i"i' W. I Ini.l.' St.
73.1 N. W. .11th St.
I'HONK 2-.1S12
HOME SERVICE
Laundry
HOY II. TI'RNKR.'Prop.
1225 B. W. th St. Phone 2-5654
SPECIAL
A 20 per cent discount of every
bundle of 75 cents or more.
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Dr. P. M. Lichteustein, of New
York, well known criminologist,
leaves Friday night for New York
to resume his duties as assistant
district attorney.

The Reverend and Mrs. B. Safer
had as their guests for the holi-
lays, Mr. and Mrs. David Safer of
Daytona Beach. Mr. Abraham Saf-
er of Jacksonville, and Mr. and
Mrs. I. Safer and daughter ol
Jacksonville.

Benny Cohen, of Philadelphia,
arrived in Orlando the latter pa:t
of the week to spend the winter in
Orlando.
.
Word has just been received that
Miss Ruth Wolly, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Lou Wolly. has been
pledged Delta Phi Bpstlon at the
Florida state College for Women.
.
Beth El will hold their Yoni Kip-
pur services at the San Juan hotel.
The music will be in charge of Mr.
R. Redding and Mrs. Arthur Beck.
These services are open to the pub-
lic and a cordial invitation is ex-
tended to all.

Yom Kippur services of the Con-
gregation Ohev Sholem are in
Al Weiss and family, formerly of
Jacksonville, are making their homo
in Orlando.

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fleet and
daughters, ot Winter Haven, at-
tended the high holiday services in
Orlando.

Mary Blattner. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Max Blattner who is
visiting relatives In Baltimore, is
expected home the first part ol
next week.
o <
The Temple Sisterhood, of Con-
gregation Beth El. Will resume their
tall activities m their opening meet-
Ing, on the first Mondav ill October.

The Jewish hour presented over
station WDBO Sunday afternoon.
with Mr. Leon Shapiro acting B
chairman, was very well received.
Mr, Shapiro rendered two violin se-
lections. Eli Eli and Hebrew Mel-
ody. This was followed by a sermon
delievered by Mr. B. J. Cohen.
which will be printed In The Jew-
Florldian shortly.
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Mr, Lee Fricdberg. winter re l-
dent, who has been spending the
summer at his camp in New Jersey,
has returned to Orlando for tin-
winter.

Maurice Drieser. Of New York
and a student at Rollins College in
Winter Park, is expected tn arrive
in Orlando the first part of next
week. Mr. Dneser. who is one of the
best college debaters in the state.
is entering his senior year at Rol-
lins.
?
Miss Carrie Schiff. of Atlanta.
Ga.. is visiting friends and relativ-
es in Orlando.

Dr. and Mrs. P. M. Lichlenstem
entertained recently with three
tables of bridge.

The last meeting of the 101 was
held at the home of Gertrude Hairn-
owitz. The meeting was called to
order by the president. Meyer Slg-
al. Plans were discussed concern-
ing the problem of new members.
The business meeting was followed
by a social hour with dancing and
refreshments.

Among those returning home
from Gainesville for the holidays
are Willie Lieberman. Burnett
Roth. Martin Segal, Joel Baker, and
Sidney Baker.

Mr. and Mrs. Ben A: stein ere
leaving Thursday for New York on
a ten day buying trip.
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The Misses Oppcnhcimer Just t-
turncd from Tampa where they
were visiting friends and relatives
during the high holidays.
FPAVCHOT
St. Petersburg
Notes
Yom Kippur will be ushered in
at Congregation Bnai Israel on
Friday evening, Sept. 29th. with Kol
Nidrei Service at 6:30 o'clock, con-
ducted by Rabbi Alexander S.
Kleinfield, whose sermon during
the evening is "Sin and Atone-
ment."
Sat. Morning Sermon"Medita-
tion, Confession and Repentence.'
Memorial Sermon (Yiskori"The
Soul and Its Destiny."
Afternoon Sermon"The Univer-
sality of Judaism."
Concluding Sermon i Neilah i
"The Fading of The Leaf and
Life's Decline."
A choir of 20 voices from the re-
ligious school will assist Rabbi
Klemleld with the traditional shift-
ing.

For the first time in the history
of St. Petersburg Jewry a child was
entered into the Abrahamic coven-
ant on Israel's sacred day. The
child was Arthur Zale Sherman. 8-
day old son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Sherman, 3545 Second Avenue S..
the naming taking place at the
Synagogue Congregation Bnai Is-
rael. Thursday during the Nl v.
Year's service.
The Rev. H. Newman presented
the child, and Rev. N. Dayan Ol
Tampa, performed the Brls In tin
presence of Dr. T. R. Griffin. Rabbi
A. S. Klcinfeld named the babv
and pronounced the blessing. God-
pan n'.s were Mr. and Mrs. E. Gel-
man, parents of the mother, who
alter the services, served refresh-
ments and were congratualtetl by
more than 200 worshippers who had
witnessed this solemn event.
Mrs. Freudenberg and daughter.
Charlenc. of Oak Street, returned
from Chicago, where they visited
relatives and the World's Fair.
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On Sunday afternoon. Sept. 24th
the children of Mrs. Jennie Cohen
unveiled her Tomb Stone at Royal
Palm Cemetery, with Rabbi A. S.
Kelinfeld officiating. A number of
relatives and friends were present.
Congregation Bnai Israel of 921
9th Street North, ushered in the
High Holidays with a large attend-
ance and the services were well re-
ceived. The sermons given by Rabbi
A. S. Kleinfeld were instructive and
inspiring to the worshippers. The
choir rendered the traditional melo-
dies very effectively and the mem-
bers participated in the congrega-
tional singing.

Mr. and Mrs. E. Gelman of 277
Central Ave.. are the happy Grand-
parents of the son born to their
daughter. Mrs. Frank Sherman
iformerly Doris Gelman) on Thurs-
day evening. Sept. 14th. at St. An-
thony's Hospital. Baby weighed 7'i
pounds.
ma
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Goldman and
daughter. Jane Esther, of the Bell
Jewelry Co., have returned from
their visit to Chicago.

Mrs. Sydell Spiegle and daugh-
ters of 20th Ave. N. E., have re-
turned home from Chicago, where
they visited relatives and friends,
also the World's Fair.

Mrs. Dora Goldberg returned to
the city after a two months' vis, .
at Asbury Park. N. J.
m
Nathan (Natei Ackerman. pion-
eer St. Petersburg news boy and
news dealer was killed when struck
by an automobile as he walked
along the highway near the Sol-
diers' Home, early Friday morning,
September 15th.

Rabbi Press of Miami is conduct-
ing the services for the High Holi-
days, at Beth El Temple.
Radio Synagog
Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder and
director of the Radio Synagog. will
preach over WIOD at ten o'clock on
Sunday morning on "Forgiveness."
The sermon will be dedicated to
the Day of Atonement service. In
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Page Six
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. September 29, 1933
An Open Letter
The Boycott
Mr. Editor:
I have been :i resident of Miami
for the past eight years and have
been an active participant in Jew-
ish communal affairs. When the
outrages in Germany began none
felt more aggrieved than I. It was
a shock to me to realize that in this
modern civilized world such beasts
as Hitler could even dare to raise
their heads. And more so because
I had been born and raised in Ger-
many. When Samuel Untermeyer
proposed the boycott I began to do
my little share towards making it
as effective as possible. But as a
good Jew. I for one. felt that in
true keeping with our own beliefs
and traditions, everything that the
Jew undertook, even in his own
defense, must be carried on in rea-
sonable and rational manner.
In my observations in Miami,
there was forcibly called to my at-
tention by some non-Jewish friendr.
the case where this boycott had
worked unfairly and unreasonably.
A firm in Miami, the F. W. Som-
merfeld Cigar Co.. which provided
work for considerable Miamians.
had several years ago ordered and
purchased from a JEWISH FIRM
in Germany a particular brand of
labels and had been using them on
its cigars When the trouble arose
and the boycott began, the firm
made every effort to have the label
obtained in this country, but be-
cause of the rush of orders from
nearly every cigar manufacturer in
the United States, the order could
not be filled and so the old label
was used. Then began what appear-
ed to be a systematic boycott of
this firm's cigars. In view of the
fact that the New York attorney
for the Sommerfeld people is a
Jew. that their New York sales
head is a Jew. and that many of
then -ales staff are Jews, it seem-
ed to me that this boycott attituc
wa.- wrong and unfair. V71
it even worse was the fact that
when the firm began to wrap its
cigars in cellophane and not to use
the German made labels, many Ol
the Jewish customers objected be-
cause thev could not ascertain
what the cigars were.
I respectfully submit that this is
unfair and will only result in a
large number of Miamians losing
their livelihood. A boycott against
German made goods should be car-
ried on. it is true, but not carried
to such unreasonable and unfair
extremes.
I respectfully urge that you pub-
lish this in fairness to our goccl
city which is in need of and must
have local industry U it is to suc-
ceed.
Sincerely.
Fair Play."
Editor*! Note: On receipt of this
letter we verified the truth of our
correspondent's assertions, and
we print this letter knowing it
will receive the careful and fair
consideration of our readers.
PLAYING AT Till
TIVOU THEATRE
.
West Palm Beach
Notes
YomKippurDay of Atonenu lit
services of Cong. Beth El will be
under the direction of Rabbi S. M.
Machtei. of Miami, founder and di-
rector of the Radio Synagog. The
Kol Nidrei service will begin at 6:30
p.m. tonight and the services to-
morrow morning will begin at 3
o'clock. Yizkor. or Memorial Ser-
vices, will be recited at 10 a. m. Mr,
H. Simons will lead the congrega-
tion in prayer.
At tonight's service Rabbi Mach-
tei will preach on "Just A Few
Sins;" at ten o'clock tomorrow
morning the sermon subject will be
"The Scapegoat."

Coming as a surprise to his many
friends is the marriage of Jerome
Gruner of this city, son of Mr. J.
Gruner. formerly of West Palm
Beach and now in New York City.
and Rose Weiner of Richmond.
Va.. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D
Weiner of Richmond, on Sept. 11
1933. at Richmond. Va.
Mrs .' Moss Ol 528 34th Street.
wa.- hostess to a meeting of the
hood of the Congregation
Beth El. Activities lor the coming
week was discussed social hou
lowed alter the meeting.
Mrs. J. Halpern and son. Lou.
have returned from New York.
The Friendship club met at the
home of Mrs. 1 MOSS Thursday
evening. High scene- was won by
Mrs. H Greenblott and Mr. Morris
Moss Refreshments were served
during the evening.

Mrs. J. Wolf will be hostess at a
bridge party to be given at the
Monterey Hotel Sunday night for
tin benefit ol the Congregation
Beth El.
o
Mrs. L. Schutzer and daughters
have returned from a summer's va-
cation in New Jersey.

1
Mrs. B. Bllcher and Mrs. H. Sir-
km wen- hostesses at a card part}
last night at the Schwartsberg hall
for the benefit of the Congregation
Beth Israel. Refreshments were
served during the evening.

Boys who left for college were
Harry Ooodmark, George Green-
berg and Harry Bergman for the !
University of Florida and Sid
Sneider who is entering his first
year at Oglethorpe University in
Oeorgla.
The Young Men's Hebrew Asso-
ciation will sponsor the first of a
series of benefit bridge parties
Tuesday night, Sept. 26th. at 8
o'clock at the Tampa Terrace hotel.
Several reservations already haw
been made and additional ones will
be received at the association's
building on North Boulevard.
, -j-
lAnnouncementsi
i ___________1
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
lOrlhodoil
IMS S. W. Third Strt
ji ins wascher. Rabbi.
traditional Hebrew prayers.
Saturday morning, services win
begin at 8 with "Yizkor" or mem-
orial services at 10 o'clock.
Rabbi Shapiro will speak Friday
evening on the subject: Mans
Hypocritical Relations." Saturday
morning at 9:30. he will deliver a
sermon: "The Fate of Humanity-.
Today."
The rabbi's "Neilah" or conclud-
ing sermon will be delivered in
Yiddish at 4:15 P. M. Saturday, on
the subject "Israel's Immortality."
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
111 Washington Ave.. Miami Hrach
DAVID I. ROSENBI.OOM. Itabbi.
Yom Kippur services will be ush-
ered in with "Kol Nidrei" services
tonight promptly at 6:40 p. m. fol-
lowing which the Rabbi will preach
a sermon on "The Romance of Kol
Nidrei." Saturday morning the ser-
vices will begin at 7:30 with the
Shachris to be followed by a ser-
mon by the Rabbi on "Practical
Judaism" immediately preceding the
memorial or "Yizkor" services,
which will begin at about 11:30 a.m.
Musof will be chanted by Cantor
Nathan Wroobel to be followed by
1 he Mincha service at 2:30 p. m. and
the final or "Neilah" service begin-
ning at 4 p. m. preceded by a ser-
mon by the Rabbi. During the af-
ternoon several important announce-
ments will be made.
Kol Nidrei services begin at sun-
down to be followed by a sermon in
English by the Rabbi on "Vows .,.
Kept and Broken." Saturday morn-
ing services begin at 7:30 a. 11: when
Shachris will be chanted lollowed
by a sermon by the Rabbi on "Whom
and What to Remember." Immedi-
ately preceding the Yizkor or
memorial services. Musof will then
be chanted by the Cantor Boris
Schlachman and will be lollowed
by the Mincha services and then
the closing Neilah service preced-
ing which the Rabbi will preach in
Yiddish.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
137 N. E. Ninctrrrith Street
DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN, Rabbi
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conservative)
139 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Tampa, Fla.
Notes
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"Best by Test"
FLORIDA BEER DISTRIBUTORS. Inc.
JOHN THEOPHILES, General Manager
456 W. Flakier St Phone 2-7360
Miss Emllie Winsten, ol Ni
- lie, n. v.. granddaughter ot
Mr. and Mis. Abe Maas, was in tin
city recently to especially attend
their Golden Wedding Annivi
: ci ption rui sday 1 vi ning, Sept.
19th. at the Hlllsborough roc:
den.

Mr. and Mrs. Jules Winsten, of
' New Rochelle. N. Y and
daughter, Miss Emllie Wmsten, have
returned to their home- alter attend-
the Golden Weddim: ol Mrs
Wins- nts, Mr. and Mil
Abe Maas
m Henry Cohen wishes <> an-
nounce 'hi' blrteh cil a ciauu!.-
Mr. and Mrs I Z, Kessler, 1714
Jetton Ave. Mrs Kessler is Judge
Cohen's daughter, and her ci
ter I
Mrs Rose 11 corl ol 81 Pi
and Rochester, N
spenl the holidays with Mr and
Mrs. M H Klsler, ol Tampa

Coach Nash HI
r oi the Ui
H Speak) r at a nice-.:
the Y. M H a Dramatic Club n -
cently. He talked .i hi.- work a
university and xpn --. .i hi
on tlic place- amateur dran
held in community life

Mis.- Ida Gutkm and Miss Ma
Rosen won the debate "Resolved
Thai the Stage Wll ti
in Future Ente rtaini
Miss Rae Arglntar and Mi 1;
Finman took the negative sld
eluded on the program were s-\-
eral impromptu talk
executive board would n
day night. Sept. 25th. at 7 r/e
Friday evening. September 29th.
ushers in the Great Jewish Fast
Day. "Yom Kippur" or Day of
Atonement. "Kol Nidre" services will
be held at Beth David Congrega-
tion. 137 N. W. 3rd Avenue. Friday
evening at 6. Rabbi Max Shapiro
will officiate and Cantor Louis Hay-
man will conduct and chant the
Yom Kippur will begin with ser-
vices at 8:15 tonight when the Rab-
bi will preach on "I Am a Je"
Saturday morning services begin al
10 a. m. with a sermon on "Give
Judaism a New Deal." Children!
services will be held in the Temple
Saturday at 12:30. Afternoon ser-
vices begin at 1:30 p. m. to be fol-
lowed by memorial services at 4:3(1
p. m. when the Rabbi will preach
on "Sublime, Unreasoning Faith"
The Yom Kippur services continue
the entire day.
Attend the Gala Formal Opening
OF THE
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N. I!. !M) AVEMi: AT FOURTEENTH STREET
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30th
ALL DAY AND EVENING
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GROCERIES. MEATS.
"A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOV"
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' lino \, E. .'nil Avenue phone 'i-G"*1
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DISTRIBUTORS
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Page Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday. September 29, 1933 An Open Letter The Boycott Mr. Editor:— I have been :i resident of Miami for the past eight years and have been an active participant in Jewish communal affairs. When the outrages in Germany began none felt more aggrieved than I. It was a shock to me to realize that in this modern civilized world such beasts as Hitler could even dare to raise their heads. And more so because I had been born and raised in Germany. When Samuel Untermeyer proposed the boycott I began to do my little share towards making it as effective as possible. But as a good Jew. I for one. felt that in true keeping with our own beliefs and traditions, everything that the Jew undertook, even in his own defense, must be carried on in reasonable and rational manner. In my observations in Miami, there was forcibly called to my attention by some non-Jewish friendr. the case where this boycott had worked unfairly and unreasonably. A firm in Miami, the F. W. Sommerfeld Cigar Co.. which provided work for considerable Miamians. had several years ago ordered and purchased from a JEWISH FIRM in Germany a particular brand of labels and had been using them on its cigars When the trouble arose and the boycott began, the firm made every effort to have the label obtained in this country, but because of the rush of orders from nearly every cigar manufacturer in the United States, the order could not be filled and so the old label was used. Then began what appeared to be a systematic boycott of this firm's cigars. In view of the fact that the New York attorney for the Sommerfeld people is a Jew. that their New York sales head is a Jew. and that many of then -ales staff are Jews, it seemed to me that this boycott attituc wa.wrong and unfair. V71 it even worse was the fact that when the firm began to wrap its cigars in cellophane and not to use the German made labels, many Ol the Jewish customers objected because thev could not ascertain what the cigars were. I respectfully submit that this is unfair and will only result in a large number of Miamians losing their livelihood. A boycott against German made goods should be carried on. it is true, but not carried to such unreasonable and unfair extremes. I respectfully urge that you publish this in fairness to our goccl city which is in need of and must have local industry U it is to succeed. Sincerely. Fair Play." Editor*! Note: On receipt of this letter we verified the truth of our correspondent's assertions, and we print this letter knowing it will receive the careful and fair consideration of our readers. PLAYING AT Till TIVOU THEATRE West Palm Beach Notes YomKippur—Day of Atonenu lit services of Cong. Beth El will be under the direction of Rabbi S. M. Machtei. of Miami, founder and director of the Radio Synagog. The Kol Nidrei service will begin at 6:30 p.m. tonight and the services tomorrow morning will begin at 3 o'clock. Yizkor. or Memorial Services, will be recited at 10 a. m. Mr, H. Simons will lead the congregation in prayer. At tonight's service Rabbi Machtei will preach on "Just A Few Sins;" at ten o'clock tomorrow morning the sermon subject will be "The Scapegoat." • • • Coming as a surprise to his many friends is the marriage of Jerome Gruner of this city, son of Mr. J. Gruner. formerly of West Palm Beach and now in New York City. and Rose Weiner of Richmond. Va.. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D Weiner of Richmond, on Sept. 11 1933. at Richmond. Va. Mrs .' Moss Ol 528 34th Street. wa.hostess to a meeting of the hood of the Congregation Beth El. Activities lor the coming week was discussed social hou lowed alter the meeting. Mrs. J. Halpern and son. Lou. have returned from New York. The Friendship club met at the home of Mrs. 1 MOSS Thursday evening. High scenewas won by Mrs. H Greenblott and Mr. Morris Moss Refreshments were served during the evening. • • • Mrs. J. Wolf will be hostess at a bridge party to be given at the Monterey Hotel Sunday night for tin benefit ol the Congregation Beth El. • • o Mrs. L. Schutzer and daughters have returned from a summer's vacation in New Jersey. • 1 Mrs. B. Bllcher and Mrs. H. Sirkm wenhostesses at a card part} last night at the Schwartsberg hall for the benefit of the Congregation Beth Israel. Refreshments were served during the evening. • • • Boys who left for college were Harry Ooodmark, George Greenberg and Harry Bergman for the University of Florida and Sid Sneider who is entering his first year at Oglethorpe University in Oeorgla. The Young Men's Hebrew Association will sponsor the first of a series of benefit bridge parties Tuesday night, Sept. 26th. at 8 o'clock at the Tampa Terrace hotel. Several reservations already haw been made and additional ones will be received at the association's building on North Boulevard. -jlAnnouncementsi i 1 MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION lOrlhodoil IMS S. W. Third Strt ji ins WASCHER. Rabbi. traditional Hebrew prayers. Saturday morning, services win begin at 8 with "Yizkor" or memorial services at 10 o'clock. Rabbi Shapiro will speak Friday evening on the subject: Mans Hypocritical Relations." Saturday morning at 9:30. he will deliver a sermon: "The Fate of Humanity-. Today." The rabbi's "Neilah" or concluding sermon will be delivered in Yiddish at 4:15 P. M. Saturday, on the subject "Israel's Immortality." CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) 111 Washington Ave.. Miami Hrach DAVID I. ROSENBI.OOM. Itabbi. Yom Kippur services will be ushered in with "Kol Nidrei" services tonight promptly at 6:40 p. m. following which the Rabbi will preach a sermon on "The Romance of Kol Nidrei." Saturday morning the services will begin at 7:30 with the Shachris to be followed by a sermon by the Rabbi on "Practical Judaism" immediately preceding the memorial or "Yizkor" services, which will begin at about 11:30 a.m. Musof will be chanted by Cantor Nathan Wroobel to be followed by 1 he Mincha service at 2:30 p. m. and the final or "Neilah" service beginning at 4 p. m. preceded by a sermon by the Rabbi. During the afternoon several important announcements will be made. Kol Nidrei services begin at sundown to be followed by a sermon in English by the Rabbi on "Vows .,. Kept and Broken." Saturday morning services begin at 7:30 a. 11: when Shachris will be chanted lollowed by a sermon by the Rabbi on "Whom and What to Remember." Immediately preceding the Yizkor or memorial services. Musof will then be chanted by the Cantor Boris Schlachman and will be lollowed by the Mincha services and then the closing Neilah service preceding which the Rabbi will preach in Yiddish. TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 137 N. E. Ninctrrrith Street DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN, Rabbi BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Conservative) 139 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi Tampa, Fla. Notes ,-ivur iFTRAr* ,StOCf. GRAUPNER'S SILVER STOCK AM) X-TRA FINE B E E R S BOTTLED AND DRAUGHT "Best by Test" FLORIDA BEER DISTRIBUTORS. Inc. JOHN THEOPHILES, General Manager 456 W. Flakier St Phone 2-7360 Miss Emllie Winsten, ol Ni lie, N. v.. granddaughter ot Mr. and Mis. Abe Maas, was in tin city recently to especially attend their Golden Wedding Annivi : %  ci ption rui sday 1 vi ning, Sept. 19th. at the Hlllsborough roc: den. • Mr. and Mrs. Jules Winsten, of New Rochelle. N. Y and daughter, Miss Emllie Wmsten, have returned to their homealter attendthe Golden Weddim: ol Mrs Winsnts, Mr. and Mil Abe Maas M Henry Cohen wishes <•> announce 'hi' blrteh cil a ciauu!.Mr. and Mrs I Z, Kessler, 1714 Jetton Ave. Mrs Kessler is Judge Cohen's daughter, and her ci ter I Mrs Rose 11 corl ol 81 Pi %  and Rochester, N spenl the holidays with Mr and Mrs. M H Klsler, ol Tampa • Coach Nash HI r oi the Ui H Speak) r at a nice-.: the Y. M H A Dramatic Club n cently. He talked .i hi.work a university and %  xpn --. .i hi on tlic placeamateur dran held in community life • • • Mis.Ida Gutkm and Miss Ma Rosen won the debate "Resolved Thai the Stage Wll ti„ in Future Ente rtaini Miss Rae Arglntar and Mi 1; • Finman took the negative sld eluded on the program were s-\eral impromptu talk executive board would n day night. Sept. 25th. at 7 r/e Friday evening. September 29th. ushers in the Great Jewish Fast Day. "Yom Kippur" or Day of Atonement. "Kol Nidre" services will be held at Beth David Congregation. 137 N. W. 3rd Avenue. Friday evening at 6. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate and Cantor Louis Hayman will conduct and chant the Yom Kippur will begin with services at 8:15 tonight when the Rabbi will preach on "I Am a Je" Saturday morning services begin al 10 a. m. with a sermon on "Give Judaism a New Deal." Children! services will be held in the Temple Saturday at 12:30. Afternoon services begin at 1:30 p. m. to be followed by memorial services at 4:3(1 p. m. when the Rabbi will preach on "Sublime, Unreasoning Faith" The Yom Kippur services continue the entire day. Attend the Gala Formal Opening OF THE ROOSEVELT CURB MARKET N. I!. !M) AVEMi: AT FOURTEENTH STREET SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30th ALL DAY AND EVENING And get the benefit of unusual bargains in FRUITS. VEGETABLES. POULTRY, FISH. EGGS. GROCERIES. MEATS. "A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOV" Hotel And Restaurant Equipment GEORGE I.. DIXON COMPANY bat S nice Built" •'• lino \, E. .'nil Avenue phone 'i-G"* 1 A %  : %  SCHLITZ BEER BOTTLED AND DRAUGHT Is Still the Rest on the Market For Sale at All Better Establishments MIAMI WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. DISTRIBUTORS 216 N. E. 11th St. Phone 2-311



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wJewislh floridia n I LORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 29. 1933, Jewish News Around The World USTltlAN CHANCELLOR SAYS (EW STATE WILL BAR RACE jM) RELIGIOUS INTOLERANCE Phi Beta Delta Sisterhood Is Pledges Number Reception Host Local Schools To Register VIENNA.—Neither race nor religion* intolerance will have a plac % %  |n -In new "Christian German State on a corporative basis will Authoritarian leadership" planned lor Austria. Chancellor Engelbert bolfu.sannounced. He said that Ihe new state should not be referred in as a Fascist state but will be fitted to Austrian needs and spirit vithout imitating the Italian model bnd certainly not the Hitlerite hiodel. The new state will be open members of the old parties, he Explained. The Chancellor emphasized that Austria must consider "a man's soul above all questions cl face or nationality." The Chancellors statement *s exbceted to allay the widespread anpety in Jewish circles which had developed when it became known |hat lie expected to dissolve the ociallst administration oi Vienna knd name Prince Ernest Starhcmerg as city commissar. Starhemho was once an associate of Wolf Hitler, is an avowed aiuiand if he became ruler tf Vienna the lot of the Jews would %  too happy. M>\ II WISH FOES OF NAZIS HOLD DEMONSTRATION IN NEW YORK CITY YORK—The Friends oi perman Democracy, a largely nontwl li anti-Nazi organization, itagfccl .in impressive anti-Hitler nutoI parade through the streets W York and Brooklyn Hi a I'ni' mortal for the victims of Fasi rsecution in Germany." The I 'biles were placarded with fa : which said "Germany Is Rulpl By Maniacs." "We Fight HitleiISecause We Love Our MotherHid Germany of the Brown ." and "Thousands of Men B Been Slaughtered. How Many k Bruno Wagner, president i association, declared that it I ted the anti-German boyl He also said that "half the 1 wish German population is 1 tortured and oppressed under After the parade a memorial meeting was held at which | 'is denounced Nazi propaganla in the United States. Delta Chapter of Phi Beta Delta Fraternity began its ninth year at tiie University of Florida on September nth. 1933. on the opening of the school term. At the conclusion of Freshman Week, Phi Beta Delta Fraternity listed in its very successful rushing week the following pledges: Bennett Applebaum. Maurice Cromer. Anson Drcisen. Lester Frank, Milton Friedman. Mitchell Magid. Al I Nathan, Arnold Rubin, Sam Silver ; and Leon Sperling, all of Miami. Florida; Sidney Cohen. Melvin Bar%  nett, Ben Lasris. Martin Noel, of 'Jacksonville. Fla.; Leo Epstein and ; Leonard Pepper, of Daytona Beach. Florida; Jay Goldstein of Raleigh, N. C; Arthur Malaver of Ocala. Florida: Bernard Marks of Boston. Mass.; Daniel Usdin of St. Augus: tine, Florida: and Sidney Zucker. man of Delray. Florida. With the addition of the above pledges the Chapter boasts one of the largest and outstanding groups of fraternity men at the University of Florida. There are at present 38 men identified with the fraternity as members or pledges. Jay Schwartz of st Petersburg! Fla.. is President of the Chapter while Alvin Cassell of Miami, Fla.. Is Vice-president The other officers are Joe Plnkoson of st. Augustine, Phillip Bremen of Miami, and Ely Katz of Tampa. Dr. Joseph Weil, distinguished professor ol engineering at the University, is a member of the fraternity and faculty advisor to the Chapter. Delta Chapter of Phi Beta Delia Fraternity is located at 1410 W. University Avenue, Gainesville. Florida, in the heart of fraternity row. Plans are now under way for construction of Its own home with modern conveniences such as steam heat, library rooms, dining rooms. etc., capable of housing comfortably over 40 men. Phi Beta Delta made a verv enviable record last year for scholastic attainments, ranking first for the last Bemester and second for the entire year. It is planned to have a course of lectures on Jewish subjects during the present year. Last Wednesday night a large number of men and women were the guests of Beth Jacob Sisterhood at a reception tendered by it honoring Rabbi and Mrs. David I. Rosenbloom of the congregation. Mrs. i Harry Z. Silverman. president of \ the Sisterhood, presided and introduced the guests who spoke includ| lng Mr. Jacob Becker, vice president of the Congregation. Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan of Temple Israel. Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David. 1 Rabbi Julius Wascher of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. Rabbi S. M. Machtei of the Radio 1 Synagog and Rabbi I. Rosenbloom. the guest of honor. Cantor Boris Schlachman and Cantor Louis Hayman sang during the evening. At I the close of the formal program guests enjoyed refreshments which were served from a heavily laden and splendidly decorated table set in the Synagogue. Rabbi and Mrs. Rosenbloom recently arrived in Miami Beach where the Rabbi was called to the pulpit of the Beth Jacob Congregation from his position in Montgomery. Ala. Y.M.H.A. Dance Officers Named Registration for the children desiring to enroll in the Talmud Torah and Sunday school of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will begin at 9 a.m. Sunday, October 1st, and continue until noon Sunday; Monday. October 2. lrom 4 to 6 p.m. and Tuesday. October 3. from 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday afternoon. October 8, the Ladies Auxiliary of the Congregation will entertain all the children of the Talmud Torah and Sunday school and their guests at a "Simchas Torah Party" in the Succah of the congregation. The party will begin promptly at 4 p.m. and will be In charge of a committee headed by Mrs. I. Buckstein, past president ol the Ladies Auxiliary. At Beth David the registration for Sunday school will take place at the Talmud Torah. this Sunday morning from 10 to 11:30. Registrations for Hebrew school will take place Sunday morning from 10 to 11:30 and Monday afternoon from 4 to 5:30. Parents are urged to enroll their children at the beginning of the semester. These will be many extra curricula activities at Beth David Sunday school this year. A dramatic society, children's choir and young Judean Club will be formed. KothscbJMs Cede Two Valuable Estates to Austria V n:\NA.-Two estates in Gaming &>•


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Friday, September 29, 1933. THE JEWISH FLORIDI AN Page Three THE JEWISH Masters of 3 Faiths rTADinTAM' 0 Make Good-Will FLORIDIAN Tour PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY I" the JEWISH FI.ORIIHAN I'l III l-MIM. CO. P. O. Bon 297.1 Miami, Florida Phone 2-1183 EXECUTIVE OKI-ICES: n.it. Security IIMit. Phone 2-6193 I HI I i Hi I M OFFICES: r.L'1 S. W. I.'.lh Avenue Phone 2-1183 J. LOUIS SIIOCHET. Editor KRKII K. SIIOCHET. Circulation Manaser CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Field Representative Entered aa Meond dus* matter July 4. 1980, at tl' Pol Office t Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 8, 1K79. WEST PALM BEACH ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN, Representative ORLANDO MRS. ANN BERGER Representative TAMPA. FLA.: MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative SI HS<'KIPTION Six Moulds One Year SI.00 12.00 Vol li—No. 39 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1933 /V. Y. Stores Boycott German Goods The twenty leading department tores Ol New York and Brooklyn have CUt their purchases of German goods from 50 to 84 per rent as a result of the Jewish consumer boycott resulting from the Nazi %  inic's anti-Semitism, it was announced by H. Nelson Street. Secretary of the Retail Dry Goods Association of New York, after a mcct%  oi representatives ol the stores. I oliowlng the meeting, which was 111 !d at the request of Samuel Ulltermyer, president ol the American I ''ague for the Defense ol Jewish Rights, II was declared thai the consumer boycott has become "so extensive and so effective thai sales ol German merchandise have de%  .i id to such ail extent that purby the stores are now conlined to a very few essential items which are not obtainable in any other country." The statement addi d. that while the representatives of the stores "abhor the political and religious persecution in Germany they feel that a boycott by the stores would create a dangerous precedent." In reply to this Mr. Untcrmyer declared that people would refuse to deal "with any store that takes the position assumed by these gentlemen." Import trade organizations reported similar curtailment of purchases of < HI man goods throughout the country, but no import association has taken an official stand on the boycott, Many German-Jewish Professors Expected (it Hebrew University A large number of Jewish professors who have been driven out of their university positions in Germany by the Nazi regime will shortly Join the faculty of the Hebrew University, Dr. Judah L. Magnes. chancellor of the University, announced. He expressed great optimism regarding the future of the University and said that he has agreed to the request of Professor Albert Einstein to name a committee which will investigate the possibilities of reorganizing the University along the lines he had suggested. A nationwide tour by a rabbi, a Catholic priest, and a Presbyterian clergyman to promote better understanding between Jews. Catholics and Protestants wil start on November 1 under the auspices of the National Conference of Jews and Christians. The three who will make tins good-will barnstorming trip are Rabbi Morris s. Lazaron ol the Bilimore Hebrew Congregation; Father John Elliot Ross, director of the School of Religion at the University of Iowa, and Rev. Everett Clinchy, executive director ol the National Conference of Jews and Christians, Plans are being made lor a preliminary seminar in New York in October by former Judge Joseph Proskauer, Charles II. Tuttle and Martin Conboy. Reward Reports are that a price has been put upon the head of Prof. Albert Einstein by Nazis. That the profes sor has gone into hiding. That a guard of one hundred lias volunteered its service for the protection of the lamed scientist. All of this sounds unreal. The Hitler maniacs would destroy even that which produces help for the world. No civilized person will pui a price upon the head of Hltlei though Je-se James in his most flourishing daywas a sain comparison. However, rewards there will be, Nazlland already is feeling the ficent" results ol its administration's policies and no doubt, the [real anl l-Semite himself will • or feel the evil effects of his so-called leadership. The world does nol -i HI ID personal violeni %  and murder in order to overcome the worse than Satanic non-Arynr. Hitler. In his removal will be I reward tor the world. Yom h'ifyf)nr The Day of I tone moil Yom Kippur. the Day of Atonement, is the most solemn holy day in the Jewish calendar. It is ordained in the Bible (Levit, xxiii-27 %  to be observed on the tenth day of the seventh month. Tishri. which coincides this year with Saturday. September 30th. It is a day ot rest, of fasting, of prayer, of penitence, and spiritual quickening. Its principal and immediate purpose is to arouse the consciousness of sin and to stimulate the desire for atonement and for reconciliation with God. The Hebrew word for repentance Is teahubah, which means literally "return." The concept of sin is that the sinner has strayed from the Straight path of righteousness, has transgressed its boundaries, and Ills repentance is not complete until he has returned from his transgression to the true way of life. Confession, contrition, and reconciliation with man and God are the elements of a proper repentance which is no mere spasmodic or momentary emotion, but a genuine return to the road of duty, unselfishness, and loyalty. The day is very highly regarded among the Jewish people, and is practically universally and unanimously observed. Places of business, offices and factories are closed, and synagogues, both Reform and Orthodox, are thronged with worshippers. As with Sabbath and all Jewish holidays the day is observed from "evening to evening." the service beginning on the eve of the day, and on the day Itself is conII.I.-GOTTEN GOODS "What induces theft?" asked a schoolmaster of his scholars. One answered "Hunger;" another "Extravagance;" another "Envy." But one, wiser than the rest, replied. "Receivers." "Well answered," said the schoolmaster. For King Solomon says "Whosoever is partner with a thief hateth his own soul." which means, he who derives gain from a thief by helping him to realize the profit of the theft is thoroughly dishonest himself, and of the two is the more culpable This proverb is illustrated in the Midrash as follows: A powerful and wise prince once made a law that the receiver of stolen property should be hanged, and the thin o free. This caused great discontent among certain people who lived in luxury and entertained lavishly, and likewise among others who had sufficient sense to understand the true intent of the law. The prince, anxious to teach the people the wisdom of this edict, ordered all his subjectto meet him on a large field, which he had prepared for the occasion. Now. the day before they met, he had the ground pierced with a number of holes. The people assembled, and the prince ordered various pieces of meat to be strewn all over the mound, and a fewweasels disappeared down the holes with the meat. On the morrow, the prince again assembled the people again distributed the dainty morsels of meat, and again lei loose the thieving weasels; but he had taken the precaution to have every hole and nook stopped up. So when the weasels pounced upon the meat and ran with it inward the holes, where, the day before, they had eaten it. they found the holes closed against them: unable to thsp the meat, they dropped it. 'Behold,' said the king, 'thefl prospers only when thieves can dispose of their nil goods." THE Till: HOLIDAYS IN RKV1KW And Moses commanded the Israelites to celebrate certain holidays throughout their generations These holidays were to remind them ol -rent and important truths: Passover—that our God demandfreedom from slavery: ShOVUOE that men and nations must live according to the laws of God, if they would live peacefully and happily together; Succos—that God is the source of all blessings; to Whom we owe thanksgiving: Rosh Hashonah—that God Is the Ruler of the universe, in whom rests the power over life and death; Yom Kippur— that God wants us to atone, to repent and live; and there was, ol course, the Sabbath, with its message that man should rest from his earthly labors and give thought to higher things in life. —From "The Bible Retold," by Rabbi Michael Alper. If you intend to hitch your wagon to a star, better make sure tha: it's not going to become a falling star. Untied the whole day. The day has a most wholesome and spiritualizing influence. Its appeal does not rest upon any historical incident. It is not a commemoration, but a direct appeal to the human heart and conscience, an emphasis upon the duty of personal communion with God, the source of all righteousness, in the effort to make our human life as godlike as passible. The promise of pardon la ever present in the ritual of the day, and the divine forgiveness is assured to those whose repentance is honest, and whae "return" is complete.—'Baltimore Jewish Times.) Life is a jigsaw puzzle, The pieces are jagged and torn; We piece them together with weeping Till sometimes they're faded and worn. A bright bit of sunset we fashion— A home where wee children wait. Where flowers are blooming and twining And love meets with love at the gate. Sometimes there's a storm on the ocean And ships are all wearied with gale: But storms have their beauty completed When met with firm courage and sail. Some pieces are drab, unenticingHow gladly we'd fling them away— But there's a place for each fragment And the picture Is needing the gray. No extra pieces are given. The rose and the gray interlace And lovely the picture presented When each finds its predestined plate. Life is a jigsaw puzzle Cut by the Master's hand. But each little turn and each Cornells part of the love He has planned. Please put. n together with patience Why should we whimper and wail? II we blindly mix up the pattern. Shall we blame Him thai we fail'' Minister, to Deacon—I was surprised to see you talking today witn a man who is a notorious gamble: What business could you possibly have had with him? Deacon—1 was trying to find ou. where to cash a number of poker chips that I found in the contribution box. Mr. MILLER is the miller for the Dry Fork Milling Co, We see by the Pike County (111.) Republican that Mr. and Mrs. Edwin BYRD. of Hopkins, Mo., entertained at dinner: Mr. and Mrs. BUZZARD. Mr. and Mrs. BIRD, Mr. and Mrs. CRANE and Mr. and Mrs. Joe BIRD. Mrs. PENNER teaches shorthand, typewriting and PENMANSHIP in Tyler, Texas. C. E. LOVE sells marriage licenses at El Dorado, Ark. Mr. OVERALL Is superintendent of schools at Quinlan. Tex. Dr. U. R. ILL is a physician at Stockton, Mo., while over at Cimarron. Kans.. they have Dr. I. MAYE ADE. A. DOLLARHIDE Is principal of the Poolesville, Md., high school. At HUNDRED. W. Va.. you will find the "Century' Beauty Shop." At Mortonville, Pa„ there is the BUCK & DOE RUN VALLEY FARM, with John GOATER as shepherd. Add marriages: RUFF-WOOD at Maquoketa. la.; GROW-SHORT at Urbana, Ohio. MINGLE-HASH at Manchester, Tenn. what you are saying, is already thinking of what she is going to say. Governors Wife—Governor. I Uiink you made a little miscue when you made that eloquent appeal for the votes of "the plain people Governor—Why so? Wife—Why, you ought not to forget that half of the voters now are women—and they don't like to be referred to as "plain." President of Ladies" Afternoon Bridge Club—Now, Ladies, it has been moved and seconded that this afternoon we shall not do any talking during the game. What shall we do with the motion? Chorus of Voices—I vote that we discuss it while we play. I asked of a man whom I knew, Whose complexion was heliatrope blue, "Oh, why the wry face?" "It's not rye—not a trace; It's a look that I got from home brew." Phil wants to know if Gymnastic Feat is the plural of Athlete's Foot. Housewife—What made you so late with the milk this morning? Milkman—Well, you see, our new code forbids us to have more than 25,000,000 bacteria to the quart, and you wouldn't believe how long it takes to count 'em. Busy Business Man—What's the matter, Central; can't I get tha". number? Central—Not for half an hour or so, sir; a woman is telling another woman about her vacation. Employer—James, I wish you wouldn't whistle at your work James—I wasn't working; I was just whistling. Blob—If you were going to take up music, what instrument would you prefer to play? Gob—Well, I've always thought I'd like to be a soloist on a cash register in a busy place. "They say that if a man's ears are red it's a sign that somebody is talking about him." "Yes, and he can just bet that somebody is also talking about him if his nose Is red." "A rich man I know of has a daughter who has just married a poet." "Did the old gentleman do anything for the couple?" "Yes, he set the poet up in business." "In business? How's that?" "He bought him $100 worth of t postage stamps so he can have plenty for return postage when he sends his poems to editors." Milton—Henry, your wife never seems to grasp anything you are saying to her. Henry—No; she's the kind of woman who. instead of listening to Friend, to Artist—I've seen a big man going to your studio every day for the last week. Is he sitting for you? Artist—No; he's laying for me. He's a bill collector. "I was taken into court for usiiiji too much color in butter." "How did you come out?" "All right. It was a Jury made up of women, and the whole 12 of them used a little color on their cheeks." I


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Friday. September 29. 1933. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Five SOCIETY .-'. %  Joseph M. Upton, well known inthose residing in the Southwest secsurance expert, and the son of Mr. tion of the city are urged to send and Mrs. I. Lipton of this city, was their children immediately. This married last Sunday afternoon in will be followed by registration MonPattenon. N. J.. to Miss Ann ( d ay and Tuesday afternoons and Abrash, a well known winter visitor the additional registration the Colin Miami. The couple will honeylowing Sunday, Monday and Tuesinoon to Chicago and other western : day. Rabbi Rosenbloom will be in charge of Rev. B. Safer, formerly of Jacksonville. Sermons in Jewish and English will be delivered. The jj I music will be in charge of a choir i under the supervision of Reverend Safer. Sol Wittenstein. recently return, ed from New York, is back at his office again. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Solon Klepper iiad 1 as their guests for dinner on Sun1 day, Dr. and Mrs. Perry M. Lichtenstein and son. Joe of New York. PLAYING AT THE 7TH AVE. THEATRE points where the groom will attend ,. convention of life insurance underwriters and will then return to iheir home here. Registration for the children of Miami Beach desiring to attend the direct charge of all school activities, including a Junior synagogue and Young People's Institute. Members of heard Mrs. Dale Junior Hadassah ay schol of Beth Jacob will beplay, "The Whole Town's Talking.' gin at 10 A. M. Sunday morning, by Anita Loos, which the organizaOctober 1st. On Monday afternoon tion will present the first week In from 3 to 6 P. M. children will be November at the meeting held Montered for the Talmud Torah of day night at the Columbus hotel. congregation. Rabbi RosenMrs. James anounced that try. urges that all parents regisouts will bo conducted at 8 p. m. at ter their children immediately so Belli David Talmud Torah Monday The last meeting of the B'nai Brith, Lodge 1043, was held Tuesday evening. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mr. B. J. Cohen. Plans were discussed James review the concerning Uie German relief fund. The business meeting was followed by a social hour, and refreshments were served by the refreshment committee. adequate teaching may be made. arrange.: ration of children for the Sunday school and Talmud Torah Miami Jewish Orthodox Conion will begin at 10 A. M. Sunday, October 1st. at the Synagogue and all parents, particularly II IVOLI -hems (I: IS and 0:00 P. M. Sunday 20c till 6:30 I Sunday-Monday, October 1-2— I HELEN HAYES CLARK CABLE The White Sister" + L. (Pop) CERSON 1 Buyer of all kinds of scrap 'metal. We sell auto parts, I machinery etc. I .111 N. \v. SECOND AVENUE + — K.vs Made While You Wait R. L. (Bob) GARR Safe, Gun and Lock Expert ALL WORK GUARANTEED -'11 N. E. 13th St. Phone 2-0718 + nuh l. October 2. Miss Beatrice C'.oldcnblank. in the absence of the president, conducted the meeting and appointed the following chairmen lor the play: Miss Pauline Lasky, publicity, assisted by Miss Lyl enisling; Mis MUlicent Rubin, props, assisted by Miss Lena Weinkle: Miss Rose Sowers, tickets, assisted by Miss Betty Grcenberg, Muss Rita Gordon. Miv Retta Merson and Miss Irene Parr, and Miss Hana Mack, souvenir journal, assisted by Miss Sylvia Raw is. Miss Edith Silverman. Mrs. Ann Schweitzer. Mis.s Beatrice Silver. Mrs. Minnie Shafer. Miss Ruth Davis, Miss Lil Melcher. and Miss Sylvia Miles. Miss Goldenblank will be business manager of the play. The regular membership campaign, headed by Miss Lena WeinCle, chairman, will begin the first if October and last for a period of six weeks, opening with a large bridge and closing with an officers' ball in honor ot the new members. After the business meeting a social hour followed when Miss Irene Parr entertained with popular songs, accompanying hersell at the piano, and Miss Lasky nave a classical rendition of "Valise Arabesque" by Lack. Orlando, Fla. Notes BON TON Dry Cleaners We (all For and Deliver Carpet* and Km:Cleaned or Dyed We I>u I %  I.-.i iii.I'lant and Main Office: "7 N. W. 5th Ave. Phone 2-6713 NIGELEY Funeral Home lll< Washington Ave.. Miami llearh PHONE 5-3355 SIDEBOTTOM Ice Cream Co. 2124 N. W. 7th Ave. i i"i' W. I Ini.l.' St. 73.1 N. W. .11th St. I'HONK 2-.1S12 HOME SERVICE Laundry HOY II. TI'RNKR.'Prop. 1225 B. W. th St. Phone 2-5654 SPECIAL • A 20 per cent discount of every bundle of 75 cents or more. 1+ ._ Dr. P. M. Lichteustein, of New York, well known criminologist, leaves Friday night for New York to resume his duties as assistant district attorney. • • • The Reverend and Mrs. B. Safer had as their guests for the holilays, Mr. and Mrs. David Safer of Daytona Beach. Mr. Abraham Safer of Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. I. Safer and daughter ol Jacksonville. • • Benny Cohen, of Philadelphia, arrived in Orlando the latter pa:t of the week to spend the winter in Orlando. • • Word has just been received that Miss Ruth Wolly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Wolly. has been pledged Delta Phi Bpstlon at the Florida state College for Women. • • Beth El will hold their Yoni Kippur services at the San Juan hotel. The music will be in charge of Mr. R. Redding and Mrs. Arthur Beck. These services are open to the public and a cordial invitation is extended to all. • • • Yom Kippur services of the Congregation Ohev Sholem are in Al Weiss and family, formerly of Jacksonville, are making their homo in Orlando. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fleet and daughters, ot Winter Haven, attended the high holiday services in Orlando. • • • Mary Blattner. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Blattner who is visiting relatives In Baltimore, is expected home the first part ol next week. o • < %  The Temple Sisterhood, of Congregation Beth El. Will resume their tall activities m their opening meetIng, on the first Mondav ill October. • • • The Jewish hour presented over station WDBO Sunday afternoon. with Mr. Leon Shapiro acting B chairman, was very well received. Mr, Shapiro rendered two violin selections. Eli Eli and Hebrew Melody. This was followed by a sermon delievered by Mr. B. J. Cohen. which will be printed In The JewFlorldian shortly. -. .*• Mr, Lee Fricdberg. winter re ldent, who has been spending the summer at his camp in New Jersey, has returned to Orlando for tinwinter. • • • Maurice Drieser. Of New York and a student at Rollins College in Winter Park, is expected tn arrive in Orlando the first part of next week. Mr. Dneser. who is one of the best college debaters in the state. is entering his senior year at Rollins. • &f • Miss Carrie Schiff. of Atlanta. Ga.. is visiting friends and relatives in Orlando. • • • Dr. and Mrs. P. M. Lichlenstem entertained recently with three tables of bridge. • • • The last meeting of the 101 was held at the home of Gertrude Hairnowitz. The meeting was called to order by the president. Meyer Slgal. Plans were discussed concerning the problem of new members. The business meeting was followed by a social hour with dancing and refreshments. • • • Among those returning home from Gainesville for the holidays are Willie Lieberman. Burnett Roth. Martin Segal, Joel Baker, and Sidney Baker. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Ben A: stein ere leaving Thursday for New York on a ten day buying trip. • • The Misses Oppcnhcimer Just Tturncd from Tampa where they were visiting friends and relatives during the high holidays. FPAVCHOT St. Petersburg Notes Yom Kippur will be ushered in at Congregation Bnai Israel on Friday evening, Sept. 29th. with Kol Nidrei Service at 6:30 o'clock, conducted by Rabbi Alexander S. Kleinfield, whose sermon during the evening is "Sin and Atonement." Sat. Morning Sermon—"Meditation, Confession and Repentence.' Memorial Sermon (Yiskori—"The Soul and Its Destiny." Afternoon Sermon—"The Universality of Judaism." Concluding Sermon i Neilah i — "The Fading of The Leaf and Life's Decline." A choir of 20 voices from the religious school will assist Rabbi Klemleld with the traditional shifting. • • • For the first time in the history of St. Petersburg Jewry a child was entered into the Abrahamic covenant on Israel's sacred day. The child was Arthur Zale Sherman. 8day old son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sherman, 3545 Second Avenue S.. the naming taking place at the Synagogue Congregation Bnai Israel. Thursday during the Nl v. Year's service. The Rev. H. Newman presented the child, and Rev. N. Dayan Ol Tampa, performed the Brls In tin presence of Dr. T. R. Griffin. Rabbi A. S. Klcinfeld named the babv and pronounced the blessing. Godpan n'.s were Mr. and Mrs. E. Gelman, parents of the mother, who alter the services, served refreshments and were congratualtetl by more than 200 worshippers who had witnessed this solemn event. Mrs. Freudenberg and daughter. Charlenc. of Oak Street, returned from Chicago, where they visited relatives and the World's Fair. • • On Sunday afternoon. Sept. 24th the children of Mrs. Jennie Cohen unveiled her Tomb Stone at Royal Palm Cemetery, with Rabbi A. S. Kelinfeld officiating. A number of relatives and friends were present. Congregation Bnai Israel of 921 9th Street North, ushered in the High Holidays with a large attendance and the services were well received. The sermons given by Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld were instructive and inspiring to the worshippers. The choir rendered the traditional melodies very effectively and the members participated in the congregational singing. • • • Mr. and Mrs. E. Gelman of 277 Central Ave.. are the happy Grandparents of the son born to their daughter. Mrs. Frank Sherman iformerly Doris Gelman) on Thursday evening. Sept. 14th. at St. Anthony's Hospital. Baby weighed 7'i pounds. • ma Mr. and Mrs. Ed Goldman and daughter. Jane Esther, of the Bell Jewelry Co., have returned from their visit to Chicago. • • • Mrs. Sydell Spiegle and daughters of 20th Ave. N. E., have returned home from Chicago, where they visited relatives and friends, also the World's Fair. • • • Mrs. Dora Goldberg returned to the city after a two months' vis, at Asbury Park. N. J. • m Nathan (Natei Ackerman. pioneer St. Petersburg news boy and news dealer was killed when struck by an automobile as he walked along the highway near the Soldiers' Home, early Friday morning, September 15th. • • • Rabbi Press of Miami is conducting the services for the High Holidays, at Beth El Temple. Radio Synagog Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder and director of the Radio Synagog. will preach over WIOD at ten o'clock on Sunday morning on "Forgiveness." The sermon will be dedicated to the Day of Atonement service. In addition to the sermon there will be prayers, hymns, scripture reading, and a question box. First correct thyself, then correct others. A tree is known byman by his works. the fruit, so Good deeds are better than creeds. 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Page Two THE J E W I S HF L O R I D I AN Friday. September 29. 1933. SOCIETY 'The White Sister/' Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's new talking picture version of F. Marion Crawford's undying romance, will be the attraction at the Tivoli Theatre Sunday and Monday. Helen Have.' and Clark Gable are co-starred for the lust time on the screen in the classic love story and a prominent supporting cast features Lewis Stone. Louise Closser Hale. May Robson. Edward Arnold and Alan Edwards, under the direction of Victor Fleming, who filmed the successful Gable-Jean Harlow talkie •Red Dust" In the present film. Miss Hayes play.the role of an aristocratic Italian girl who turns down the suitor of her father's choice in favor of a young officer :n the Italian air force. When noticed of his death at the front, she a convent. The story rises to a sensational climax when the lover returns and finds the girl's religious vows an obstacle to his tiappil • • • Work has been started on the only regulation one-wall outdoor handball court in South Florida at the grounds of the local Y.M.H.A. When completed after an outlay ol al hundred dollars the court will meet with all the specifications and requirements of the national A A U. All handball enthusiasts are cordially invited to inspect the work now going on and upon completion to enter the Second Annual one-wall handball tournament to be sponsored by the Y.M.H.A. • • • Regular i '..* kng held at thi V M.H.A. on Monday and Thursday evenings from 7 to 9 p. m unV.lult. 20r hildren lOf II..x llffir* 6t30 p.m. Sunda? Phone 2-6551 Evenings 20c SundayMonday, October 1-2— WALTER HUSTON KAREN MOKI.EY "Gabriel Over The White House" der the direction of Milt Traeger. well known exponent of physical culture. Showers and lockers have been Installed recently and free medical examinations are given i'> all members of the classi • • • Vivid headlines from Wa form the engrosing subject matter of -Gabriel Over the White House. Cosmopolitan Metro Goldwyn production which play.Sunday and Monday at the 7th Avenue theatre. The anonymous novel on which the picture Is baa ii Is .. literar; satlon. Appearing early in February', it immediatelj leaped into the Her class. Ath first photowhlch has taker, a United President through '.lie turmoil ol modern day.-, it Is considered to be the most daring motion %  : produced. Walt<: ii iston ••' %  < % %  an ,i.:;-. Heon. Judson ..,: :': %  idem I thi und whom an a:: chain i I :.• mond as a jovial, bluffing politl, Ian full ol ity foi Aftei li :it. a hard i Hammond emerges, a F'.i sident who forci thi tion ot an inept cab.: mak< longri %  :.• and European debu iithi' Dam • of thi Your Hebrew etic club pi >;. ..:. II I tl ; %  ;. %  c tlr will lutlful i i Club and known ;o be limited and it is ,ble to n.. .. promptly. Murry (.'.: %  iation. OLD HEIDELBERG BEER GARDEN Luncheon ^Qt 40* 50* Brls Mils Tillinger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben 151 St 2-St" Tillinger .took place at the Victoria Ital at noon last S Rabbi s. M. Mai I I lated Mrs, .1returned home and joth she and Judah David are re. Ing the good wishes of friends. AM Watch Your Dollars Grow! INVEST IN" Morris Plan Certificates Issued 11. ns o: S.">0 to $5,000 Multiples of SI 00 ac.d and applied to purchase of Cerl The Morris Plan Company OF MIAMI VINCENT R BRICE. Mgr. 105 N. E. First Avenue MIAMI FLA. Congratulations are being re: by Mr. and Mr.-. Morris Pep>er on the birth of a baby boy at Victoria Hospital early Thursday morning. FREK FUEL HOT WATER] from SUNSHINE For all thf hot i.onxrr life. lfr you nerd greater *ffiin >rur home. Clfliej. %  *c ihe new AH\ --"Ur for HtUl e**r nerd. "SOLAR" FREE with ropprr ESTIM \ M • 111 bin j. Term*. Solar Water Heater! COMPANY Phone I-649S Office and Factory: 110-;o N. W. IJ -• Aa special meeting of Beth David Sisterhood last Wednesday at the Beth David Talmud Torah with Mrs. Lewis Brown presidum. an adwas made by Rabbi Max Shapiro of the congregation and plans for the annual Children's SUCCOS party to be held on Sunday. October 8th. beginning at 10 a.m. were announced. In charge of arrangements is a committee consisting of Mr.-. J Engler. chairman. Mesdames Harry Oiiphant. Morn.Dubler. J. Hartz. Isidor Fine and B. Kandel. The same evening the B hood will entertain with a homecoming reception 111 honor of Rabbi Shapiro who returned to his position alter an absence ol several months m the north. All members 01 the congregation and Sisterhood and their friend.arc urged i" attend In charge ol arrangements is ,i committee headed by Mrs Stanc Myert Pupils "i the gym class bi •: %  conducted under tin direction of Milt Trai 1 r al the v Mil A. on Mi nday and Thursday ol 1 week are being enrolled daily In InIng numbi • • • The Rosevell cuii) Market on the i ground floor 0: the 1' al N and rtl streel will bi formally | .-. ^ala program ol entertain: i :.• on Saturday will be played and I •rs who will be unabli nd bev EClppur the pr ..•:. %  evi ning .: be provided In ro%  ;i;:comm %  11 %  :el %  dopti ad%  he offering I only •: Hani • %  %  known R & I. R A Delta Chaptei t thi es at its i evening, spi 24th .:. •;.. private banthi Whlti Ho ise hotel I brothers • 1 Jay nies wit %  .'. at thi : %  talk : : : %  :.' : %  f the 1 %  phenon.. 1 -li experienced by tl Ti.. I ilowed by several short addresses, given by Abe Rothstein. Edgar M Fel.-on and Moe B. Safer, alumni from Jacksonville. These speeches stressed the importance of fraternity life, extra curricula ac1 nines and scholastic attainment. • • • Leo Kupfer-tein. son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Kupferstein. left Thursday for Atlanta. Ga.. where he will enter the senior year at the Atlanta Dental College. Leo spent the summer in Miami with his parents. I Announcement of the marriage on September 6th in New York City of Sam Seitlin. the son of Mr. and Mrs Henry Seitlin of Miami. to Mis.Sylvia Friedman of Bor( ough Park. N. Y.. was made here this week. Mrs. Henry Seitlin mother of the groom, attended the wedding ceremonies which took 1 place In the Boroimli Park Synaand among Mlamians present were Mr.A. D. Halpern. Mrs E Parkas, Mi.-Rose Parkas, and Dr and Mrs. Henry Kadan. The couple spent their honeymoon in ( • and will make their home In New York when I d In 'he radio bi;-i: 1 • • • Mi-. Mat lie Kuperberg and Mrs Bertha Mcndcl.-cn entertained the members ol Loyalty club al a benelit bridec at the home ol Moei.. last Monday night when bridge were In pli > lor high -core were awarded ndividual table and denfc ervi the evei • • • One of the pretties! affairs held ..e Bar Mitzva la.-t Saturda; .%  II In, the son 01 Mr ami Mrs. Harry Seitlin at Ih I nthodox Cor. tioi E: 11 %  Ited tin bli ssin ed himscll n In thi m. Rabbi Julius Wasi hi %  ol • %  peal ti le w.iys sei :...: Jewr; I %  Mist biei; eeks 11 : 1 .:. : %  .,:.c Dr. ..ltd M: I S Augustine. Announcement! DR.CHAS. BECKW1TT OPTOMETRIST Has r< turned from the Nat. ntlon and will give personal p.•."lent.-. 36 N. E. First Ave. The next meeting of the I.aais Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will b^eld at the Synagogue on Tuesday evening, October 10th. when final preparations for the reception now being arranged for Rabbi Julias Wascher to be given on Sunday, October 15th. will be announced. All members are urged to attend. • • • Beth David Sunday school's faculty consists of Rabbi Max Shapiro, spiritual-supervisor. Miss S. Miles. Secretary. Miss I. Engel. Kindergarten teacher. Miss S. Dreisen. first grade. Miss S. Segal, second grade. Miss B. Goldenblank. third Miss I. Farr. pre-confirmation. Mrs. H. Oiiphant. confirmation. Mr. H. Gordon, post confirmation. Mr. S. Myers, teachers' training class. The Dramatic society spoil oral by and under the direct supi ol ML-S M. Scheinberg will be in charge of Sunday and holiday programs. • • Second in a series of parties for 1 he birthday fund of Junior Council ol Jewish Women will bi on October 4 at the home of Miss Claire Hodcs. 33 N. E. Forty-fifth street, by Mi-s Hodes. Miss Sylvia Dreisen, Miss Ida Schwartz. Jli Bemice Loeb and Miss Pauline Schonfeld. Prizes will be given for the best Bowery costumes. The Finest and FresheM Vegetables in Florida Live Poultry Kvcrything Choice MRS. A. WALL Stall 22 ROOSEVELT CURB MARKET N. E. 2nd Ave. and 14th St. IttRIZnJiI2JWZW?JWUWi keeping ARE WE • mli null those who trust u-. ire wc living up t<> our obligations u u, iL their future happiness by ignoring the problems chat would arise for them if, some day, w* did '/"/ come home? I ifc insurance otterthe safe and certain answer. Tlicrc 1no substii utc. \ Southern Health & lite Insurance Policy on each one 1neccssan to protect the others Irom the privation and expense caused by the last illness and death. A leu pennies each week is the total cost. SOUTHERN LIFE & I IiAi.m INSURANCE COMPANY T. s. COOK, Managi < • 0 Realty Board Bid*. Phone :-'•'•' IVVZIZIZIZTZIWWWVinnii A nnouncing THE AMERICAN SCHOOL OF MUSIC MIX DltK KK.IC, Director. Specializing in the Teaching of All Instruments at Very Reasonable Prices Ml SIC PROVIDED FOR ALL OCCASIONS 1051 N. \\. N,., und Street %  Blllimiljnjjs] |TUIIJ;::I::J gj [~r::.: :::::: *\ | aammillli. j]