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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
Vol. 6. No. 41.
J
ewish News Hadassah To
Around The
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRI DAY. OCTOBER 20, 1933
Price Five Cents
Think Well and
World
Present Play | Wisely, Then Act
Tuesday evening, November 7th.
British Labor Party Unanimously J| l bp onn of ""' Of
Votes Anti-German Boycott
HASTINGS. England.By a un-
animous vote the 1.000 delegates to
the annual conference ol the British
Labor Party went on record here
a pledging the British workers and
the 8.000.000 Labor Party voters to
boycott all German Roods. The same
resolution bound the Labor Party
to raise funds among British work-
ers for the relief of German rolu-
ffered a haven in England to
these refugees, and called on the
League of Nations to protect Jewish
ither minorities in Germany
by preventing treaty violations, in a
second resolution the conference de-
i Fascism in general and
i tendencies in Great Britain
m particular.
Orthodox Synagogues I'lan
National Recovery Drive
NEW YORKPlans for a nation-
al conference and scores of local
mass meetings to sponsor a reli-
gious recovery drive to strengthen
the financial structure of the more
than L',300 Orthodox Jewish congre-
atii ns in the United States have
been announced by Rabbi Herbert
S Goldstein, honorary president of
the Union of Orthodox Congrega-
tions, and acting chairman of the
Religious Reconstruction Fund Com-
The campaign, to be carried
mi by a national committee of 1.000
laj and rabbinical leaders, calls
per capita tax of one dollar
on every member of an Orthodox
rogation, which on the basis ol
national membership of 1.200.000
would provide a fund of $1,200,000
for the maintenance of synagogues
and Jewish educational institutions.
the current season according to
plan- Of the Junior Hadassah when
it will present a play. "The Whole
Towns Talking," by Anita Loos at
the Temple Theatre. In charge of
the presentation and coaching the
player- la Mrs. Dale James, with
Joe Davis. Charles Tobin. Lyl Chisl-
Ing, Millicenl Rubin. Gladys Max,
Fred Vossberg. Hanna Mack. Ruth
Davis. Sophie Silver and Mannic
Weinkle in the cast of players. Tic-
kets may be purchased from Miss
Rose Sowers or any member ol her
committee. Miss Hanna Mack Is
chairman ol the .Souvenir program
that Is being arranged tor the or-
ganization's benefit thai evening.
From present indications there
will be an unusually large attend-
anc not only because ol thi
Cellence of the play but because ,,:
the unusual care that is being tak-
en by the director. Mrs. James. Re-
in arsals are being held often to
insure a well balanced presentation
Ol the play.
Within the past week our atten-
tion has been called to the fact that
because of the unwise actions ol
some Individuals, some reflection
has been cast upon the local Jew-
ish community. To offset this, meet
IngS have been called and commit-
tees appointed.
Might we. in all humility, sug
Kst: the easiest way to cause re-
flection upon a people is to make
a mountain out of a molehill; to
talk and talk, to discuss and call
meetings, and thus to emphasize a
matter beyond its real value. The
appointment of a Rabbinical com-
mittee in such a matter makes it
an event of first grade importance
to the Jewish people when as a
matter of fact it is not; though m
commend the Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau for its conduct.
We are advised that a mass meet-
ing is to lie called by a committee of
New Rabbi Is
Honor Guest
One of the finest affairs of re-
cent days was the reception ten-
dered by the Ladies Auxiliary of
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation last Sunday evening at
it.s Synagogue, honoring Rabbi
Julius Washer. More than three
hundred guests attended and en-
joyed a very elaborate program of
entertainment. Beginning with the
formal opening by the chalrlady,
Mrs. Milton Weinei. the toastmas-
ter. Mr. Joseph Greenberg. pre-
Proceedings of
Fla. Rabbinical
Conference
The Hi-i conference ot the Jew-
ish Rabbinate of the State ot Flor-
ida was held at the San Juan Ho-
tel, Orlando, Fla.. Monday evenln
The meeting was called to order by
Rabbi Adolph Burger of Tampa,
temporary chairman.
B. J. Cohen. President of the
Congregation Ohev Sholem. deliver-
ed an address of welcome to thi
seined Mr. Abraham Jacobs, form- delegates on behalf of Jewry In
erly of Atlanta, the oldest member c,,ntral Florida,
of the Congregation who delivered The following resolution was pre-
the invocation in Hebrew. Mr. sented and passed unanimously:
Greenhorn then told of the purpose "We. Rabbis of the State of Flo:-
ol the gathering. Cantor Louis ida, assembled in conference n
Ilaiinan then sane. He was follow- to form an organization to be
ed by Mrs. Barney Kratt who sang known as the Rabbinical Associa-
"Rachem" and was accompanied at tion of Florida. This association
the piano by Miss Tillie Predinger shall meet semi-annually, in order
The first speaker was Rabbi Max to discuss various problems an.ii
Ladies Elect
New Officers
Prussia Orders Name of
Mendelssohn Room Changed
BERLIN.By order of the Prus-
ninlstry of education, the name
"1 the Mendelssohn Room in the
Prussian State Library has been
changed to the Master Hall of the
il Department. The room was
in honor of Felix Mendels-
sohn, the famous composer. His
grandson, Dr. Albert Mendels-oim
lOlyd, was recently dismissed
trom his post as head of the Insti-
tute of Foreign Affairs at 'he Uni-
Oi Hamburg.
D. J. Apte was guest speaker at
the meeting of the Jewish Welfare
auxiliary held Monday at Kaplan
hall. Mrs. Harry Isaacs presided in
the absence of the president. Mrs
Meyer Schwartz, who is ill. Mrs.
Lewis Brown offered the opening
prayer Mrs. Sadye G. Rase, execu-
tive secretary of the Welfare bu-
reau, gave the monthly report.
It was announced that the joint
committee on the Hallowe'en carni-
val of the auxiliary and the Sister-
hood ot Temple Israel would give a
dinner at 6 p. m.. Oct. 29. at Kap-
lan hall.
The election of officers for the
coming year featured the meeting,
with Mrs Schwartz re-elected as
president; Mrs. Isaac Levin and
Mrs. H. E. Kleiman. vice presidents:
Mrs. H. I. Hiiina, recording secre-
tary; Mrs. J. Simpson, correspond-
ing secretary. Mrs. Milton Weinei.
financial secretary; Mrs. Henry
Bulbin. treasurer, and Mrs. L. Davis,
auditor.
Shapiro of Beth David Congrega- in Jewish life and to devise ways
Rabbis nominally to protest against >>n. who extended the felicitations and means to strengthen traditional
"Silver Shirts, etc." and whose real of nLs congregation and in his own Judaism."
purpose, however, would be to rais- behalf welcomed his colleague to Rabbi Burger of Tampa was
funds for the Ant I-Defamation Miami. Cantor Nathan Wroobel ol elected president; Rabbi M. D. Mar-
I.eague of the Bnai Brith. To those ,ll(' Congregation then sang.
of us who have studied conditions i wa* followed by an address
locally, who know and have tried
to cement the good will existing
between Jews and non-Jews, the
calling of such a meeting mean-
but one thing: the magnifying of
unimportant individual happenings
locally, if any), and the crystallis-
ing into something concrete and
dangerous any Anti-Semitic local
feeling which may exist. It is un-
fair to the Jewish community, and
doubly unfair to our non-Jewish
friends to begin such a movement I Boris Schlachman then sang. Mr.
He
by
Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom of Beth
Jacob Congregation. Miami Beach.
who told of the problems confront-
ing the Rabbinate and extended his
best wishes to his colleague. Several
selections by the Chamber Ensemble
then followed, among them a fluti
solo by A. Drucker. Then came a
stirring address by Rabbi S. M.
Machtei who pledged his coopera-
tion to the Congregation and wish-
ed the new Rabbi success. Cantor
here. If funds are to be raised In
help the work of the Anti-Dcfam
alion League, meritorious as this
work is. let it be raised by in-
dividual popular subscription in an
open, frank and above board man
Milton Weiner. president of the
Congregation, was introduced and
spoke. A reading by Mr. Joseph
Greenberg in Yiddish followed
Then came a stirring declamation
by Mr. Harry Rose in Yiddish, fol-
golis of Jacksonville, vice-president.
Rabbi A. S. Kleinfield, secretary-
Rabbi S. Safer of Orlando, treasur-
er; Advisory Board, Rabbi M. Sha-
piro, D. I. Rosenbloom. S. M
Machtei. J. Washer, all of Miami.
The following resolution was pre-
sented and passed unanimously.
Resolved that the Rabbinical As-
sociation of Florida go on record
that they are in full accord with
the N. R. A. Drive and will deliver
sermons from their pulpits in it.s
behalf."
Rabbi Adolph Burger discussed in
detail the various problems con-
fronting Conservative and Ortho-
dox Congregations in smaller com-
munities. "One of the greatest
problems is the Religious education
of our children. For the last lev
British Fascists Extend Activities
As War on Them Is Planned
I I iNDON.Simultaneously with
the decision of the World Union to
Wghl Anti-Semitism to launch a
national campaign to combat Hit-
m the British Isles, the Fas-
and Nazis in Great Britain
1 '' strengthened their propagan-
da efforts. In Glasgow Nazi leaflets
been flooding the streets and
also been found in many post
boxes, in London the anti-Mosely
Fascists have appeared with swas-
tika armbands.
Welfare Bureau
To Give Benefit
The Hallowe'en carnival sponsor-
ed by the Ladies Auxiliary of the
Jewish Wei tare Bureau and Tem-
ple Sisterhood will be held at
Kaplan Hall Sunday. October 29th.
under the chairmanship of Mrs. I.
L. Seligman, and Mrs. J. A. Richter.
A cafeteria supper will be served at
G p. m. prior to the carnival which
will be directed by Bert L. Riesner
who is also master of ceremonies.
Those assisting are Mesdames Har-
ry Nevins, J. Simpson. Chas. Green-
field. Sam Katz. I. M. Weinstein. J.
N. Morris, H. N. Levy, B. L. Ries-
ner. Don't deceive the public by the >wed by the introduction of the years nearly every community where
calling of mass meetings.
And last but not least: the sug-
gestion of irresponsible individuals
purporting to speak for the Jewish
people, and the use of the names of
prominent Jewish business and pro-
fessional men of the City to attempt
a senseless, unreasonable, and pre-
judiced coercion of City officials to
do that which the Jewish people
protest as wrong in Germany, can-
not but result in harm to the Jew-
ish community. We commend thi'
editor of the Miami Herald for his
very able presentation of the proper
attitude in this matter. We con-
demn unwise utterances as Injuri-
ous to the good will now existant in
Miami.
Above all ... we say: "Think
well and wisely .... then act."
ner. Mm. Uhlfelder. Sam Kirstein;
the Misses Norma Simpson and
Kitty Morris, Ruth Bernstein. Syl-
via Leibovitt. and Marjorie Riesner.
Mrs. Irving Siegel, Mrs. M. Daw-
son, Mrs. Louis Pallott, Mrs. Henry
Shier, and Messrs. Joe Richter, J. N.
Morris, Chas. Greenfield, Harry
Cohen. Harry Bass, and Nat Zalka.
In charge of the waltz contest will
be Mrs. Harry Oliphant. Mrs. Rich-
ter and Mrs. P. Scheinberg are in
charge of the cafeteria luncheon.
guest of honor. Rabbi Julius Wash- there are a few Jews, they have oi-
er who received an enthusiastic ganized Sunday Schools where chil-
ovation. Using as his theme "Priest dren are taught a few Bible stories
or Prophet." Rabbi Washer told of and perhaps the names of some of
the problems confronting the Rab- 'he Holidays and Festivals. None
bi of today; "Shall I follow the of these children know any Hebrrw
course of the uncompromising fun- Hebrew Schools connected with the
damentalist. the prophet, or shall Temple or Synagogue will solve this
I follow the course of one who seek.- problem."
solely the peace and comfort of Rabbi Burger made a strong ap-
his people, the priest?" In referring peal for a more rigid observance of
to the sages of old, the Rabbi con- the Sabbath and the Dietary Laws
cluded his address by a plea for co- The Sabbath must remain a Holy
operation and a pledge that he Day. The place of the Jew on the
would follow the course set out by Sabbath is in the Temple or Syna-
the sages who counseled that the gogue and of course the Spirit must
Rabbi should be both prophet and be preserved in the home. I realize
prlesl in his dealings with his peo- that these are problems which can-
pie. The closing remarks were made not be solved so easily. Let us make-
by Mrs. Milton Weiner, the chair- an attempt, and with God's help
man, who invited all the guests to we will succeed. I have confidence
partake of the buffet luncheon that in Florida Jewry that they will
had been prepared for them by the : heed the call of their Rabbis who
Ladies Auxiliary. During the even-
ing a beautiful Poroches was pre-
sented to the Synagog and was
drawn across the Ark for the first
time by Mrs. Ida Buckstcin. past
president of the auxiliary. Assist-
ing the chairman was a committee
consisting of Mrs. J. L. Shochet.
Mrs. Chas. Tannenbaum. Mrs.
Nathan Adelman, Mrs. Louis Pal-
lott, and Mrs. Nat Blumberg, and
Mr. H. M. Drevitch.
wish to lead them on the tradition-
al path of Judaism."
Rabbi Morris D. Margolis ol
Jacksonville outlined a program In
which he made a number of con-
structive proposals for the consid-
eration of the delegates present. H.'
stated, however, Jewish life pulsate-
stronger in large communities
changing conditions make this an
opportune time to arouse the re-
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Entered M oond cluss matter July 4,
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20. 1933
Vol. li No. 41
over the deans head to the presi-
dent of the university, the latter
overruled the dean and permitted
the Jewish boy to be enrolled. Dr.
Graham's action was not merely
just and to be expected from the
administrative head of an Institu-
tion maintained by the funds ol
tax-payers, but evidence of the
rapidly widening influence of num-
bers of liberal leaders In the South
who are slowly besting the intoler-
ance and lack of intellectual free-
dom that have for so long impeded
the progress of their section of the
country.
American Jewish Committee is to
be congratulated for having appre-
ciated its value and significance.
Jewish Education For
Jewish Women
1 merican Olympic
Committee May Move
to Shift 1936 Games
From Germany
That the American Olympic Com-
mlttee may recommend that the
ttional Olympic Committee
withdraw the 1936 Olympic Games
from Berlin because Germany has
tailed to (any out the pledge made
International Committee at
Its meeting In Vienna five months
igo was foreshadowed by the ac-
tion taken at a meeting of the
executive committee of the Ameri-
can Olympic Committee. After
Bnmdagc. president, had
i letter from Bernard S,
h, president Of the American
Jewish Congress, urging the Ameri-
an committee to take the initia-
tive, the executive committee voted
to have copies of Mr. Deutsch's let-
ter submitted to the three Ameri-
can members of the International
Committee. From the discussion at
ecutive committee it appears
Hkely that the Americans will de-
mand that the games be shifted
rom Berlin or else the Americans
Mil boycott the 1936 Olympiad.
It should surprise no one that the
world's first school for giving Jew-
ish women the benefits of a Jewish
historical, cultural and religious
background has been founded in
the United States where women
have achieved the greatest measure
of social, political and economic
emancipation and freedom. The
founder of this institution, known
as the School for the Jewish Wo-
wan, is Dr. Trude Weiss Rosmarin.
a youthful German-Jewish .special-
ist In Semitic* and pedagogy, who
has thus focused attention on the
deplorable and widespread lack ol
education along Jewish lines among
Jewish women. She is planning th(
schools curriculum along lines thai
will offer Jewish women a rare op-
portunity to avail themselves of
specialized courses designed to
qualify them to supervise the re-
ligious education of their children
and eventually to place them on a
parity with men who have had the
advantage of a rabbinical training.
This undertaking will be watched
with the greatest interest because
if Dr. Rosmarin's significant enter-
prise succeeds it will be widely Imi-
tated, Jewish women exercise ;i po-
tent Influence on the Jewish home
and through this Influence on Jew-
ish life. Their role in Jewish life
would be vastly increased if they
came tO speak with the authority
thai Will be lhens when Jewry
knows they are the equals of Jew
Ish men in Jewish background. We
can also expect the graduates ol
such Institutions to produce a new
type Ol Jewish women leaders who
are all too rare and so much need-
ed.
Three Great Nations
There had been three great na-
tions in the past, whose separate
! and momentous contributions to
knowledge were now visibly merg-
j ing in the English people, and
would most certainly shape the
destiny of evolution, at any rate
for the next few critical centuries
of human progress. These three na-
tions were the Jewish, the Greek
people, and the Roman people.
Through them the creative spirit in
evolution had revealed to mankind
that the way of progress is the way
of morality, science and law. The
Jew had made morality the power
of life, the Greek had made knowl-
edge the power of life, the Roman
had made law the power of life. To-
gether they had freed men from
animalism, from superstition and
from anarchy. Together they were
creating a new creature, the man
who would advance fearlessly but
with humility to the future of the
human race, obeying the moral law
in his heart, the written statutes ot
civilization, and Che impulse of his
questioning and searching mind to
penetrate the hidden secrets ol
nature.From Julius Levine. a
novel by "A Gentleman with a
Duster."
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During the filming of a fight
scene. Clara Bow was knocked
senseless. Science has very delicate
special instruments with which it
can tell.
American Legion Condemns
Hitlerite Activities in
United states
Numerous Clausus In
North Carolina
Manifestations of racial and re-
prejudice have been so fre-
quent below the Mason-Dixon line
that no surprise would have been
I at the revelation that the
II school of the University of
North Carolina had been guilty of
Ing a numerous claUSUS
Jewish students had it not
been for the heartening and cha-
racteristic stand taken by Dr. Frank
Graham, president of the Unlver-
MtV Although the University of
North Carolina is a state-support-
"I Institution, the dean of the medi-
"' school had for many years been
"TOttlng the number of Jews ad-
I to the first year medical
class to ten per cent of the total on
' pecious plea that such a policy
imperative because the more
Prominent four-year medical col-
also had a numerous clausus
'or Jewish students. When a cour-
young Jew who had been
'''''"'l admittance to the medical
chooi because the Jewish quota for
ar had been exhausted wen:
In Effective Protest
The American Jewish Commit-
tee, which has been unostentatious-
ly engaged in mobilizing Christian
public opinion against the persecu-
tions ol the results of this and
other similar efforts of publishing
an extremely valuable 32-page pam-
phlet entitled "The Voice of Re-
ligion.'' containing the views of
Christian religious and lay leaders
of 18 denominations, both here and
abroad, on the anti-Semitic policy
of the Na/i regime. The brochure
Includes nol only statements by in-
dividual Christians but also edi-
torialS from the Christian religious
press oi America, it has long been
nlzed thai one of the most
potent weapons against the Nazi
reign Ol terror is the united opposi-
tion of enlightened Christendom. In
compiling and giving wide circula-
tion to this pamphlet the American
Jewish Committee has done an-
other notable service to the cause
of Jewry. Devoid of Interpretations
or comment, this pamphlel consti-
tutes an eloquent and dignified ex-
pression of the almost unanimous
verdict of the religious conscience
1 the Christian. English-speaking
peoples on the unspeakable happen
In Germany. It is a mast ef-
icctive kind ol protest and the
ChicagoWithout mentioning
the persecution of the Jews in Ger-
many, the annual convention of the
American Legion here went on
record as being vigorously opposed
to the activities of the Nazis in the
United States. The resolution, pre-
sented by the Americanism com-
mittee, which was adopted, reads
as follows:
"Whereas the Constitution of our
country protects and preserves Hie
rights of minorities; and whereas
one of the basic principles for which
the allied nations entered into and
fought the World War was to pro-
tect minority groups from tyranny
and oppression; and whereas there
have been attempts made to organ-
ize groups holding allegiance to a
, foreign government with the open-
ly avowed purpose of furthering the
| principles of the Hitler government
j of Germany and with the publicity
announced intent to create class
dissension and ill-feeling among our
people, and whereas such a group
| has actually been formed in the city
of Las Angeles; now. therefore be
il resolved that the American Leg-
ion, in national convention duly as-
sembled, repeats and reiterates its
condemnation heretofore expressed
of the formation In this country of
groups holding their primary al-
legiance io foreign governments and
whose idea is to introduce into this
nation Intolerance and bigotry, and
we hereby request all proper gov-
ernmental authorities to take
prompt and efficient steps to pre-
vent such attempt to undermine the
principles of our free and demo-
cratic form of government.''
Hold 7 Revisionists for Trial on
Terrorist Charge
JERUSALEMSeven of the four-
teen Revisionists who have been
undergoing a lengthy preliminary
Investigation before the Jaffa court
regarding their participation in a
terrorist organization have been re-
leased, but the remaining seven
among them Achi-Meyer, are being
held for trial.
An effort was made a while back
to determine how much of Na-
polean's hair was owned by collec-
tors in England, and replies were
received from scores of people who
claimed they possessed a lock. The
total mass of hair reported was so
great that it is now believed Na-
polean was a sheep.
Emily Past, the etiquet shark, has
revived a controversy as to who
should be served first at the table
in families without babies.
Law and order are said to be
failing in many Cuban districts. The
word "Cuban" is superfluous, but
we put it in for patriotic reasons.
Dora has tried around at the
various gardens and can't find a
single one that serves skittles with
Die beer.
Some contend there is no such
thing as controlled inflation. How-
do they explain the Mae West
figure?
Probably it dates one fearfully.
but we remember when Mae West
had titian hair.
First impressions are seldom cor-
rectso the proofreader tells us.
Proceedings of
Fla. Rabbinical
Conference
(Continued from page 1)
ligious consciousness of Jewry
throughout the world, particularly
in smaller communities where it
has been dormant for many years."
There are three trends in American
Judaism. Reform, Conservative and
Orthodox. The majority of Jews in
Florida tend towards Conservative
ideas.
However, the Conservative move-
ment in this State is devoid of any
organized leadership. Each com-
munity is left to struggle with its
own problems making progress very
difficult. The Rabbinical Associa-
tion should provide that necessary
leadership.
The Rabbis should co-operate
with each other to advance the re-
ligious work of their respective
communities through BXperienci ll
their Hebrew School work, through
exchange of pulpits during the Fri-
day night services, by sponsoring
lecture tours of prominent person-
alities in American Jewish hie. and
by helping to organize young peo-
ples' societies in every Jewish com-
munity in Florida."
Rabbi Margolis also suggested
that the Rabbis request their re-
spective Congregations to affiliate
themselves with some National As-
sociation of Synagogues in order to
enable the formation of a unified
American Judaism.
A vote of thanks was given to the
Congregation Ohev Sholem of Or-
lando for their generous hospital-
ity extended to the delegates.
Rabbi B. Safer closed the con-
ference wit ha prayer for the suc-
cessful work of the newly formed
organization.
Some swell in their pride
When they boast of their clan
As they trace out their line
Through the ages of man.
The roots of the tribe
Are related again
To heroic deeds
And pioneer men.
The stalwarts of time,
The mast famous of these
Are proudly reclaimed
On their family of trees.
But seldom we hear
When they mention their case
The knots and the gnarls
That have blighted their race.
Dave Hutton. the baritone, says
that from now on he will get along
without women. It will be an ef-
fort, but it isn't as if Dave were a
tenor.
Brewers anounce they will con-
tinue to make 3.2 after repeal. It
makes a good rinse, they say. for
dyeing white curtains an ecru tone.
Farmers are to receive around
$40,000,000 for swine bought up by
the pig administration. All has
been gold this year that litters, it
seems.
"Hey. mister, yer got a flat tire."
"Oh, dear, so I have. Dear me. I
should have looked out for that fork
in the road that the man warned
me about. Dear, dear!"
"Good morning." said the fiat
man, "will you take a chair?"
"No, thanks." replied the install-
ment collector. "I've come for a
table."
The Colonel: "Confound it. sir.
you nearly hit my wife?"
Mr. Miggs: "Did I? Well, you
have a shot at mine."
A radio advertiser of headache
tablets offers some of the sweetest
music on the air. It may be art. but
does it drum up trade?
A fellow searching for work says
he has been refused three steno-
graphic and clerical positions be-
cause he has an artificial wooden
leg. What does he expect? Your
tired business executive can think
of something a lot more attractive
to have around the office than a
male stenographer's artificial leg.
Canada's chess champion says he
prepares for a contest by takinu a
course in physical training. A few
minutes of setting-up exercises
every time he awakens during a
game will keep him from getting
too soft.
Sure does beat all how many
Parking spots there are
When hoofing it around the loop
And you haven't got your cai
"I can't say that I care lor her,"
replied Miss Constant Chatter,
when asked about a girl friend.
"Take her chisel away Horn her
and she's virtually helpless and un-
armed."
Relatives of a Calumet iMich.i
miner who put a lighted slick of
dynamite in his pocket say they
expected something of the sort. It
was Father all over.


Page Four
THE JEWISH FLO RJDIAN
Friday. October 20
1933
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Sa&in ^jinayiuj Builrtut !
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Edited by RAI1H1 S. M. MACI1T1 1
Pounder and Director, Radio Synairoi; of America
Sunday Mornings
W'lOD, Miami. FLORIDA
Orlando, Fla.
Notes.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1">.
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1933
No. 5
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Vol. 111.
"I [ave We A Religious Fixation?"
Scripture Reading, Psalm XXVI.
in psychology we use the term "fixation" to denote a state ol arrest-
ed mental development. The dictionary defines the use ol the word
"fixation" in psychology as "the fact or state of one's attention or mem-
ory being fixed." I use the word "fix" in its prophert place as meaning "to
settle in place, to secure, to make fast" and not in Its colloquial u
implying "mending or repair."
When a child of lour or five Micks his thumb we speak ol it in
psychologj as a fixation, it Is a nursing-fixation. The child may have
been weaned but, mentally, the child has not progressed from the state
of nursing at ins mother's breast, similarly, some adult- display evidence
ot an arrested mental development during childhood or adulescence, They
Still hunt Indians to scalp or enjoy other childhood games, Wc call that
a fixation because some experience in early life has arrested the mental
progress and the mind Is fixed and holds fast to the youthful craving
when, in the normal growth of the individual, such preference should
have been left behind and the adult mind should have developed along
maturer lines.
I a.-k. today, "Have we a religious tixation?" is It impossible that a
group, small or large, during the course oi the history of religions, has
retained religious impressions that were Infantile, In their way. and has
held fast to them, when, in the normal expansion ol religions and the
contemporary advancement ot civilization, these practices should have
been left behind a.- obsolete? Is It possible that we still have "thumb-
suckers" in religion? I must answer my question from personal observa-
tion and Bay, "Yes, we still have among the peoples ol the earth certain
groups whose mental development along religious lines has been arrested
and who tenaciously hold to practices that are psychopathologically
'fixations'."
Then- was a period in the development of religion when God, the
Author of Good, was not worshipped; when the Devil was the recipient
oi all homage and the one to whom all prayers were directed. There are.
in this day. some rare tribes who still worship his Satanic Majesty. We
call them Devil-Worshippers. And. of course, we condemn them as pagans
and heathens We say that they are far beneath as in understanding and
intelligence. But. let us analyze the cults of the Devil-worshippers. I might
say. let US understand that period in the history of religions when we all
worshipped the Evil Power.
The reasoning was simple enough. God is good. He does you no harm.
He is kind and gentle. But. the Devil, he is evil. He lurks in ambush to
harm man. His wrath is constant and his lash continuously swings over
our heads. We must try to appease him. Our sacrifice sshould be brought
before him We must coax, cajole, and plead before him to turn his anger
from us. The thunderbolt is sent by him to strike fear into our hearts
and to burn down, through the accompanying lightning, our granaries
The Devil sends his messengers ol disease, famine, drought, and flood to
inflict pains upon us Shall we sit idly by and suffer? No!! We must
ingratiate ourselves to him. Hence, follows the ritual of worshipping a
wrathful and avenging Devil. In short, we pay Tiomage. to the Devil:we
pay ransom for our safety and wellbeing. That Is the cult of the Devil-
worshipper
With the passing ol time, Man learned to understand his relation-
ship to Nature: Man turned from the concept of a Devil to the Faith in
a God of Love:to the Father of Mankind, loving and just, rather than
to the tyrannical Evil Spirit. Man emancipated himself from the fears
and superstitions which were so closely associated with Devil-worship.
Yes. but not all men There vva.- something appealing in the awe and fear
which held certain groups spellbound. Time went on. Progress was made.
But. these groups held last to their fixation. The Sadistic attributes of
the Devil; his joy in the suffering ol Man. was absorbed by his faithful
adherents and worshippers. They, too. found joy in inflicting pain on
others. If they wen ited in the image of God. and their god was the
Evil One. then, it follows logically that they must emulate his Sadistic
example. And. there they stand at tins day.with a religious fixation.
You see them about you a.- I do. They delight in the suffering of
those not ol their faith. To them it is a divine sign of displeasure. Tiny
creati mode ol torturing "unbelievers,"the adherents of other re-
ligions, They live not in tin- day. in the Twentieth Century, but in the
dark Middle Age.-, in their prayers to God. they constantly seek to ap-
peasi a wrathful and tyrannical deity There is no Adoration, no Thanks-
giving m their ritual. They are surcharged With venom and they
victims.
Religion is not to be blamed for such conduct. These group.- are not
normal. There ha.- been an arrested development. They sutler from a re-
ligious fixation You ask tor the remedy, the cure? Yes. there Is one.
Then .. Mi lison which permeates the very atmospheri
surrounding them, That remedy Is Love, Harmony, Peace, Education, It
requires patience but n Is an effective remedy. Those of us who worship
God must radiate the true spirit of God.Love towards our fellowmen
We must lill the world with love. The physical law that two objects can-
not occupy the same space holds good here. also. Love and hate cannot
abic place Good and Evil cannot jointly live in the same
heart, if either is to fill it.
You God-consciou- ones must spread the influence of God and good-
Faith to the end that it shall banish Evil. Hatred, and
Distrust, and replace them in eve inci We, who are socially-mind-
ed must, by the preponderance of our actions, eradicate all anti-social
cults and acts and must make tin.- earth a true haven of peace and 1>
We should all bear in mind the injunction of the Rabbis to the .lew..
Rabbi- says, "The passage in Scripture which reads ', and thou
shalt love the Lord thy God .' is to be applied in this manner.So live
Friends ol Mrs. M. Wilten.-tein
will be glad to hear that she has
fully recovered from her recent 111-
:

Morris "Ply" Levine, Ol Baltimore.
Is spending the winter in Orlando.

.Mi.-. Nat Berman left Saturday
: \i vv York on a ten day buying
trip.
*
Dr. D. Ross, of Sulphur Springs,
ha.- located In Orlando and opened
up denial oliic i -
Bernard Hoppenfleld, of New
York, spent the week-end in Or-
lando.

Bob Ruby and B. Rubenstein. ol
New York, are visiting friends in
Orlando.

Mr, and Mrs Abe Shapiro and
family -pent several days in Jack-
som die.

Eddie Asher and H. N. Roth re-
turned the first part of the week
from a business trip to New York
where they completed negotiation.
lor securing Orlando as training
quarters for a National League
baseball team.
Mrs 8. Dingfelder, ot Sanford.
.-pent Friday shopping in Orlando.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lieber-
man.
One of Orlando's artists, Miss
Caroline Rosenbaum's paintings
were among the 300 chosen from
1 1500 to be accepted and placed in
the Mart at the Chicago Century
of Pro:
Mi-.- Ruth Esther Ro.-en and Mis?
Ruth Wolly took an active part in
a pageant presented at the Florida
State College for Women in Talla-
hassee la.-^ m ek.
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Mr. Louis Baum returned Wed-
nesday from a business trip to New
York.
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Miss Hazel Samuels, niece ol Mr.
and Mrs. Sol Samuel.-, was th<
guest of honor at an informal
dance given last Saturday evening
in Washington.
several days in Orlando on
ness.
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a meeting <>i the Congregation
Betli El was held last Monday night
at the home oi Mr. Jesse Rosen for
the purpose of electing new oltie-
c :.-. Mr. Solon Klepper was elected
pit sident: Mr. Lou .Jacob.-, v Ice-
president; Mrs, Myrtle Haiman,
iry, and Mr. Nat Berman,
treasurer. Service will be held at
the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Solon
Klepper the first Friday in Novem-
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Mr-, i. Becker entertained Mon-
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Joe FosUr. ol Savannah, .-pent daughter, Carolyn's third birthday
busi- Came.- were enjoyed during the af-
ternoon followed by refreshment.-.

that by your actions the Name of your God shall become beloved by all
peoples." I say to you. "So live that you exemplify the teachings ol a
God of Love. So live that the 'thumb-suckers', the Devil-worshippers, the
backward religionists, will recognize the advantages of worshipping God.
and they will forsake their ways and adopt yours."
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Friday, October 20. 1933
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Five

SOCIETY
Tampa, Fla.
Notes

.
Services at Temple Rodolpli Sho-
lom every Friday evening at 8 p. m.
Saturday morning at 9 a. m. Friday
evening, Oct. 20th. Rabbi A. Bur-
ner will speak on "A Righteous
Man."

Rodolph Sholom Sunday School
opened for the season Sunday morn-
mi;. Oct. 15th. with the following
is. Mr. Victor Brash, Miss
Ruth Weber, Miss Helen Aronovitz,
Miss Florence Abramovitz. Miss
Beck Buchman. and Mr. M. G.
Rcsenburg. There was an enroll-
ment at this time and 60 children
were registered. Sunday school
classes are held every Sunday
morning at 10 a. m. in the school
of the Temple, with Rabbi
A Burger assisting.

The Hebrew School of Rodolph
Sholom opened up for the season
IV OXI
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I Sunday 20c till 6:30 P. M.
I Sunday-Monday. Oct. 22-23
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"Looking Forward"
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a clasa m Hebrew will be conducted
every Saturday morning, after the
Sabbath Services, those wishing to
al tend are welcome.

Mr. David Ginsburg has left the
city and is on a business trip to
Washington, D. C.

Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Jenkins, of
408 W. Park Ave., entertained re-
cently at the Villa del Rio, with a
dance to honor their daughter.
Miss Esther Jenkins, who celebrat-
ed her .sixteenth birthday. Others
assisting in the hospitalities were
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Chaite. A large
group of the younger high school
Ml attended.

Mrs, Caroline Wolf, of 901 South
Delawaer Ave.. wishes to announce
the engagement of her daughter.
Miss Mildred Wolf, to Dr. William
Weichselbaum, jr., of Savannah.
Oa
a wedding of Interest in this and
oilier states is that of Miss Bertha
Helen Welsberg, ol this city, to
Henry Noel Davis, of Savannah
on ol Mr, and Mrs. Frederick John
Davis, ol Larchmont, N. Y. and
Tampa The ceremony was per-
formed in the presence ol the
bride's family at the residence of
her father, Charles Welsberg, 815
S. Rome Avenue.
Rabbi David Zeilonka officiated
PLAYING AT THE
Till AVE. THEATRE
success, the hostesses who furnish- ish least, the table was beautifully
JOAN COAWFOttO
St. Petersburg
Notes
The regular Friday night services
at Congregation Bnai Israel. 921 9th
St. north, begin at 8 o'clock in
charge of Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld,
with sermon of "The Spectacle of
The Flood and The Olive Leaf."
Saturday morning services at 9
o'clock.
The Sabbath School opened Sun-
day. October 15th.
The Hebrew classes started Mon-
day, Oct. 16th. from 4 to C P. M.
daily. Parents are urged to send
their children.

The Judaic Council meets every
Is) and 3rd Monday evenings ol the
month, at the Congregation,
The Young Maccabees meet every
2nd and 4th Monday of the month,
at Congregation Bnai Israel.
The Ladles Auxiliary and Aid So-
ciety meet every 2nd and 4th Tues-
The Card Parly held at the Con-
day evenings of the month.
gregation, las) .Sunday evening, Oc-
tober 15th, given by the Ladies
Auxiliary and Aid Society, was a
id refreshments for the guests
were, Mrs. Stella Goldberg and Mrs.
P. Kuperman.
There will be a meeting of the
Ladies Auxiliary and Aid Society
on Tuesday evening. Oct. 17th, at
which time another affair will be
planned.
The Congregation meets every 1st
and 3rd Wednesday evenings of the
month, at the Congregation.
0
Mr and Mrs. Frank Sherman of
3545 Second Ave., south, celebrated
the Pidyon Haben. 'Redemption of
their first born son), on Sunday af-
ternoon. Oct. 15th, which was at-
tended by a hast of friends of the
parents and grand-parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. Gelman. Among the guests
present, were Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Gordon of Tampa. Fla.. one of the
prominent members of Rodolph
Sholem Congregation of that city.
Rabbi Alexander S. Kleinfeld was
the officiating Minister as well as
the Cohen. He made a stirring ad-
dress, explaining the solemnity of
the occasion which was greatly ap-
preclated by the large gathering.
Other speakers followed, expressing
their admiration for this beautiful
traditional ceremony, they wen.
Rev. J. Newman, the Shochet ol
St. Petersburg. Dave Rothblall.
Dave Goldman. Mr. L. Wolfson. Mr.
A. Sierkese. Mr. Harry Herman. Mr.
Lotas Gordon, and May Benjamin,
President of the Ladies Auxiliary
and Aid Society. It was a real Jew -
decorated, at the head of which
was a big chaiah ornamented with
a blue Mogen Dovid bearing the
name of the child.
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 "Fear,A
Cause of War." In addition to the
sermon there will be prayers, hymns,
scripture reading and a question
box.
A grocer's clerk may not be as
heavy as dry goods clerk, but he al-
ways weighs more.
A woman usually goes to her
grave remembering which girl gave
her the cheapest wedding present
she received.
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belore the improvised altar of coral
vine and palms. Lighted pink taper


...
and pink rosebuds decorated I he n
ception rooms where many
gathered late in the evening follow-
ing a course dinner for the family, jj
where covers were laid for the
bride and bridegroom. Charles Weis-
berg, Leon Welsberg. Rabbi Zeilon-
ka. and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Berber
The bride wore an imported gown
of golden brown crepe with collar I

and culls of fringed citron crepe.
her hat being a draped velvet tui
ban in brown from a model by Rom
Descat. She carried the prayerbook
j of her mother, the late Mrs. Chn-
Weisberg. formerly Pa*uline Kon- |j
dell of New York, and it held a
shower of valley lilies.
Leon Weisberg, brother of the | jj
bride, served as best man. Mrs. Leo
Berger, sister of the bride, was
gowned in black crepe with a wide
circular capelet of silver bugle
beads.
Mr. and Mrs. Davis left for a
wedding trip to Chicago and New
York and will visit Mr. Daxis' pa-
icnts in Larchmont before giing to
Savannah. Nov. 1st. where they
will be at home at the DeSoto Ho-
tel.
Mrs. Davis has lived n Tampa
all her life and was graduated
frcm the Academy of the Holy
Manes. Mr. Davis, who is a Cornell
man. is connected in business with
the Cortez Cigar Factory in Sa-
vannah.

Edward D. Finman. 26. p
away Oct. loth, at his home Ml
West Francis Avenue. Fune'Pl ser-
vices were held Wednesday morn-
ing from the home at 11 a. m. with
Rabbi A. Burger officiating. Burial
was in Rodoph Sholom Cemetery,
Suivivn are his widow. Mrs. Jean
Finman, ins parents, Mr, and Mrs,
A. S. Finman. five brother-. Mr B
J.. Moms. M Leo. Henry, and O
car. two sisters. Misses Ruth and
Sally Finman, ail ol Tampa
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& Jewish floridla /? FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY Vol. 6. No. 41. J ewish News Hadassah To Around The MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRI DAY. OCTOBER 20, 1933 Price Five Cents Think Well and World Present Play | Wisely, Then Act Tuesday evening, November 7th. British Labor Party Unanimously J| l bp onn of ""' Of Votes Anti-German Boycott HASTINGS. England.—By a unanimous vote the 1.000 delegates to the annual conference ol the British Labor Party went on record here a pledging the British workers and the 8.000.000 Labor Party voters to boycott all German Roods. The same resolution bound the Labor Party to raise funds among British workers for the relief of German roluffered a haven in England to these refugees, and called on the League of Nations to protect Jewish ither minorities in Germany by preventing treaty violations, in a second resolution the conference dei Fascism in general and i tendencies in Great Britain m particular. Orthodox Synagogues I'lan National Recovery Drive NEW YORK—Plans for a national conference and scores of local mass meetings to sponsor a religious recovery drive to strengthen the financial structure of the more than L',300 Orthodox Jewish congreatii ns in the United States have been announced by Rabbi Herbert S Goldstein, honorary president of the Union of Orthodox Congregations, and acting chairman of the Religious Reconstruction Fund ComThe campaign, to be carried mi by a national committee of 1.000 laj and rabbinical leaders, calls per capita tax of one dollar on every member of an Orthodox rogation, which on the basis ol national membership of 1.200.000 would provide a fund of $1,200,000 for the maintenance of synagogues and Jewish educational institutions. the current season according to planOf the Junior Hadassah when it will present a play. "The Whole Towns Talking," by Anita Loos at the Temple Theatre. In charge of the presentation and coaching the playerla Mrs. Dale James, with Joe Davis. Charles Tobin. Lyl ChislIng, Millicenl Rubin. Gladys Max, Fred Vossberg. Hanna Mack. Ruth Davis. Sophie Silver and Mannic Weinkle in the cast of players. Tickets may be purchased from Miss Rose Sowers or any member ol her committee. Miss Hanna Mack Is chairman ol the .Souvenir program that Is being arranged tor the organization's benefit thai evening. From present indications there will be an unusually large attendanc not only because ol thi • Cellence of the play but because ,,: the unusual care that is being taken by the director. Mrs. James. Rein arsals are being held often to insure a well balanced presentation Ol the play. Within the past week our attention has been called to the fact that because of the unwise actions ol some Individuals, some reflection has been cast upon the local Jewish community. To offset this, meet IngS have been called and committees appointed. Might we. in all humility, sug Kst: the easiest way to cause reflection upon a people is to make a mountain out of a molehill; to talk and talk, to discuss and call meetings, and thus to emphasize a matter beyond its real value. The appointment of a Rabbinical committee in such a matter makes it an event of first grade importance to the Jewish people when as a matter of fact it is not; though m commend the Jewish Welfare Bureau for its conduct. We are advised that a mass meeting is to lie called by a committee of New Rabbi Is Honor Guest One of the finest affairs of recent days was the reception tendered by the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation last Sunday evening at it.s Synagogue, honoring Rabbi Julius Washer. More than three hundred guests attended and enjoyed a very elaborate program of entertainment. Beginning with the formal opening by the chalrlady, Mrs. Milton Weinei. the toastmaster. Mr. Joseph Greenberg. preProceedings of Fla. Rabbinical Conference The Hi-i conference ot the Jewish Rabbinate of the State ot Florida was held at the San Juan Hotel, Orlando, Fla.. Monday evenln The meeting was called to order by Rabbi Adolph Burger of Tampa, temporary chairman. B. J. Cohen. President of the Congregation Ohev Sholem. delivered an address of welcome to thi seined Mr. Abraham Jacobs, form' delegates on behalf of Jewry In erly of Atlanta, the oldest member c,, ntral Florida, of the Congregation who delivered The following resolution was prethe invocation in Hebrew. Mr. sented and passed unanimously: Greenhorn then told of the purpose "We. Rabbis of the State of Flo:ol the gathering. Cantor Louis ida, assembled in conference n Ilaiinan then sane. He was followto form an organization to be ed by Mrs. Barney Kratt who sang known as the Rabbinical Associa"Rachem" and was accompanied at tion of Florida. This association the piano by Miss Tillie Predinger shall meet semi-annually, in order The first speaker was Rabbi Max to discuss various problems an.ii Ladies Elect New Officers Prussia Orders Name of Mendelssohn Room Changed BERLIN.—By order of the Prusninlstry of education, the name "1 the Mendelssohn Room in the Prussian State Library has been changed to the Master Hall of the il Department. The room was %  in honor of Felix Mendelssohn, the famous composer. His grandson, Dr. Albert Mendels-oim lOlyd, was recently dismissed trom his post as head of the Institute of Foreign Affairs at 'he UniOi Hamburg. D. J. Apte was guest speaker at the meeting of the Jewish Welfare auxiliary held Monday at Kaplan hall. Mrs. Harry Isaacs presided in the absence of the president. Mrs Meyer Schwartz, who is ill. Mrs. Lewis Brown offered the opening prayer Mrs. Sadye G. Rase, executive secretary of the Welfare bureau, gave the monthly report. It was announced that the joint committee on the Hallowe'en carnival of the auxiliary and the Sisterhood ot Temple Israel would give a dinner at 6 p. m.. Oct. 29. at Kaplan hall. The election of officers for the coming year featured the meeting, with Mrs Schwartz re-elected as president; Mrs. Isaac Levin and Mrs. H. E. Kleiman. vice presidents: Mrs. H. I. Hiiina, recording secretary; Mrs. J. Simpson, corresponding secretary. Mrs. Milton Weinei. financial secretary; Mrs. Henry Bulbin. treasurer, and Mrs. L. Davis, auditor. Shapiro of Beth David Congregain Jewish life and to devise ways Rabbis nominally to protest against >>n. who extended the felicitations and means to strengthen traditional "Silver Shirts, etc." and whose real of nLs congregation and in his own Judaism." purpose, however, would be to raisbehalf welcomed his colleague to Rabbi Burger of Tampa was funds for the Ant I-Defamation Miami. Cantor Nathan Wroobel ol elected president; Rabbi M. D. MarI.eague of the Bnai Brith. To those ,ll( Congregation then sang. of us who have studied conditions i wa followed by an address locally, who know and have tried to cement the good will existing between Jews and non-Jews, the calling of such a meeting meanbut one thing: the magnifying of unimportant individual happenings locally, if any), and the crystallising into something concrete and dangerous any Anti-Semitic local feeling which may exist. It is unfair to the Jewish community, and doubly unfair to our non-Jewish friends to begin such a movement I Boris Schlachman then sang. Mr. He by Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom of Beth Jacob Congregation. Miami Beach. who told of the problems confronting the Rabbinate and extended his best wishes to his colleague. Several selections by the Chamber Ensemble then followed, among them a fluti solo by A. Drucker. Then came a stirring address by Rabbi S. M. Machtei who pledged his cooperation to the Congregation and wished the new Rabbi success. Cantor here. If funds are to be raised In help the work of the Anti-Dcfam alion League, meritorious as this work is. let it be raised by individual popular subscription in an open, frank and above board man Milton Weiner. president of the Congregation, was introduced and spoke. A reading by Mr. Joseph Greenberg in Yiddish followed Then came a stirring declamation by Mr. Harry Rose in Yiddish, folgolis of Jacksonville, vice-president. Rabbi A. S. Kleinfield, secretaryRabbi S. Safer of Orlando, treasurer; Advisory Board, Rabbi M. Shapiro, D. I. Rosenbloom. S. M Machtei. J. Washer, all of Miami. The following resolution was presented and passed unanimously. •Resolved that the Rabbinical Association of Florida go on record that they are in full accord with the N. R. A. Drive and will deliver sermons from their pulpits in it.s behalf." Rabbi Adolph Burger discussed in detail the various problems confronting Conservative and Orthodox Congregations in smaller communities. "One of the greatest problems is the Religious education of our children. For the last lev British Fascists Extend Activities As War on Them Is Planned I I iNDON.—Simultaneously with the decision of the World Union to Wghl Anti-Semitism to launch a national campaign to combat Hitm the British Isles, the Fasand Nazis in Great Britain 1 '•' strengthened their propaganda efforts. In Glasgow Nazi leaflets been flooding the streets and also been found in many post boxes, in London the anti-Mosely Fascists have appeared with swastika armbands. Welfare Bureau To Give Benefit The Hallowe'en carnival sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish Wei tare Bureau and Temple Sisterhood will be held at Kaplan Hall Sunday. October 29th. under the chairmanship of Mrs. I. L. Seligman, and Mrs. J. A. Richter. A cafeteria supper will be served at G p. m. prior to the carnival which will be directed by Bert L. Riesner who is also master of ceremonies. Those assisting are Mesdames Harry Nevins, J. Simpson. Chas. Greenfield. Sam Katz. I. M. Weinstein. J. N. Morris, H. N. Levy, B. L. Riesner. Don't deceive the public by the >wed by the introduction of the years nearly every community where calling of mass meetings. And last but not least: the suggestion of irresponsible individuals purporting to speak for the Jewish people, and the use of the names of prominent Jewish business and professional men of the City to attempt a senseless, unreasonable, and prejudiced coercion of City officials to do that which the Jewish people protest as wrong in Germany, cannot but result in harm to the Jewish community. We commend thi' editor of the Miami Herald for his very able presentation of the proper attitude in this matter. We condemn unwise utterances as Injurious to the good will now existant in Miami. Above all ... we say: "Think well and wisely .... then act." ner. Mm. Uhlfelder. Sam Kirstein; the Misses Norma Simpson and Kitty Morris, Ruth Bernstein. Sylvia Leibovitt. and Marjorie Riesner. Mrs. Irving Siegel, Mrs. M. Dawson, Mrs. Louis Pallott, Mrs. Henry Shier, and Messrs. Joe Richter, J. N. Morris, Chas. Greenfield, Harry Cohen. Harry Bass, and Nat Zalka. In charge of the waltz contest will be Mrs. Harry Oliphant. Mrs. Richter and Mrs. P. Scheinberg are in charge of the cafeteria luncheon. guest of honor. Rabbi Julius Washthere are a few Jews, they have oier who received an enthusiastic ganized Sunday Schools where chilovation. Using as his theme "Priest dren are taught a few Bible stories or Prophet." Rabbi Washer told of and perhaps the names of some of the problems confronting the Rab'he Holidays and Festivals. None bi of today; "Shall I follow the of these children know any Hebrrw course of the uncompromising funHebrew Schools connected with the damentalist. the prophet, or shall Temple or Synagogue will solve this I follow the course of one who seek.problem." solely the peace and comfort of Rabbi Burger made a strong aphis people, the priest?" In referring peal for a more rigid observance of to the sages of old, the Rabbi conthe Sabbath and the Dietary Laws cluded his address by a plea for coThe Sabbath must remain a Holy operation and a pledge that he Day. The place of the Jew on the would follow the course set out by Sabbath is in the Temple or Synathe sages who counseled that the gogue and of course the Spirit must Rabbi should be both prophet and be preserved in the home. I realize prlesl in his dealings with his peothat these are problems which canpie. The closing remarks were made not be solved so easily. Let us makeby Mrs. Milton Weiner, the chairan attempt, and with God's help man, who invited all the guests to we will succeed. I have confidence partake of the buffet luncheon that in Florida Jewry that they will had been prepared for them by the : heed the call of their Rabbis who Ladies Auxiliary. During the evening a beautiful Poroches was presented to the Synagog and was drawn across the Ark for the first time by Mrs. Ida Buckstcin. past president of the auxiliary. Assisting the chairman was a committee consisting of Mrs. J. L. Shochet. Mrs. Chas. Tannenbaum. Mrs. Nathan Adelman, Mrs. Louis Pallott, and Mrs. Nat Blumberg, and Mr. H. M. Drevitch. wish to lead them on the traditional path of Judaism." Rabbi Morris D. Margolis ol Jacksonville outlined a program In which he made a number of constructive proposals for the consideration of the delegates present. 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Friday, October 20. 1933 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Five SOCIETY Tampa, Fla. Notes Services at Temple Rodolpli Sholom every Friday evening at 8 p. m. Saturday morning at 9 a. m. Friday evening, Oct. 20th. Rabbi A. Burner will speak on "A Righteous Man." • • Rodolph Sholom Sunday School opened for the season Sunday mornmi;. Oct. 15th. with the following is. Mr. Victor Brash, Miss Ruth Weber, Miss Helen Aronovitz, Miss Florence Abramovitz. Miss Beck Buchman. and Mr. M. G. Rcsenburg. There was an enrollment at this time and 60 children were registered. Sunday school classes are held every Sunday morning at 10 a. m. in the school of the Temple, with Rabbi A Burger assisting. • • • The Hebrew School of Rodolph Sholom opened up for the season IV OXI C. IS nnil n fin P. M. I Sunday 20c till 6:30 P. M. I Sunday-Monday. Oct. 22-23— LIONEL BARRYMOEE "Looking Forward" LEWIS STONE, BENITA HUME |L 'Pop) GKRSON! 'Buyer of all kinds of scrap' 'metal. We sell auto parts, 1 I machinery etc. I Mil \. W. SECOND AVENUE I + + Keys Made While You Wait i R.L. (Bob) GARR Safe, Gun and Lock Expert | ALL WORK GUARANTEED Ml N. E. 13th SL Phone 2-0718 + BON TON Dry Gleaners We (all Fur and Deliver I arpeta and ku.iCleaned or Dyed We Do IMeatinir I'lant and Main Office: "7 N. W. 5th Ave. Phone 2-S7I5 NICELEY Funeral Home I1SI Walking!*!! Ave.. Miami Beach PHONE 5-3355 SIDEBOTTOM Ice Gream Go. 2424 N. W. 7th Ave. 1100 W. I In,-1, i St. 7.1.1 N. W. .14th St. PHONE 2.1812 HOME SERVICE Laundry ROY II. TURNER, Prop. I-':'". S. W. filh St. Phone t-MM SPECIAL M per cent discount of every bundle of 75 cents or more. + with an enrollment of 40 children. a clasa m Hebrew will be conducted every Saturday morning, after the Sabbath Services, those wishing to al tend are welcome. Mr. David Ginsburg has left the city and is on a business trip to Washington, D. C. • • • Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Jenkins, of 408 W. Park Ave., entertained recently at the Villa del Rio, with a dance to honor their daughter. Miss Esther Jenkins, who celebrated her .sixteenth birthday. Others assisting in the hospitalities were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Chaite. A large group of the younger high school Ml attended. • • • Mrs, Caroline Wolf, of 901 South Delawaer Ave.. wishes to announce the engagement of her daughter. Miss Mildred Wolf, to Dr. William Weichselbaum, jr., of Savannah. Oa A wedding of Interest in this and oilier states is that of Miss Bertha Helen Welsberg, ol this city, to Henry Noel Davis, of Savannah on ol Mr, and Mrs. Frederick John Davis, ol Larchmont, N. Y. and Tampa The ceremony was performed in the presence ol the bride's family at the residence of her father, Charles Welsberg, 815 S. Rome Avenue. Rabbi David Zeilonka officiated PLAYING AT THE Till AVE. THEATRE success, the hostesses who furnishish least, the table was beautifully JOAN COAWFOttO St. Petersburg Notes The regular Friday night services at Congregation Bnai Israel. 921 9th St. north, begin at 8 o'clock in charge of Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld, with sermon of "The Spectacle of The Flood and The Olive Leaf." Saturday morning services at 9 o'clock. The Sabbath School opened Sunday. October 15th. The Hebrew classes started Monday, Oct. 16th. from 4 to C P. M. daily. Parents are urged to send their children. • • • The Judaic Council meets every Is) and 3rd Monday evenings ol the month, at the Congregation, The Young Maccabees meet every 2nd and 4th Monday of the month, at Congregation Bnai Israel. The Ladles Auxiliary and Aid Society meet every 2nd and 4th TuesThe Card Parly held at the Conday evenings of the month. gregation, las) .Sunday evening, October 15th, given by the Ladies Auxiliary and Aid Society, was a id refreshments for the guests were, Mrs. Stella Goldberg and Mrs. P. Kuperman. There will be a meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary and Aid Society on Tuesday evening. Oct. 17th, at which time another affair will be planned. The Congregation meets every 1st and 3rd Wednesday evenings of the month, at the Congregation. • 0 Mr and Mrs. Frank Sherman of 3545 Second Ave., south, celebrated the Pidyon Haben. 'Redemption of their first born son), on Sunday afternoon. Oct. 15th, which was attended by a hast of friends of the parents and grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Gelman. Among the guests present, were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gordon of Tampa. Fla.. one of the prominent members of Rodolph Sholem Congregation of that city. Rabbi Alexander S. Kleinfeld was the officiating Minister as well as the Cohen. He made a stirring address, explaining the solemnity of the occasion which was greatly appreclated by the large gathering. Other speakers followed, expressing their admiration for this beautiful traditional ceremony, they wen. Rev. J. Newman, the Shochet ol St. Petersburg. Dave Rothblall. Dave Goldman. Mr. L. Wolfson. Mr. A. Sierkese. Mr. Harry Herman. Mr. Lotas Gordon, and May Benjamin, President of the Ladies Auxiliary and Aid Society. It was a real Jew decorated, at the head of which was a big chaiah ornamented with a blue Mogen Dovid bearing the name of the child. 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 "Fear,—A Cause of War." In addition to the sermon there will be prayers, hymns, scripture reading and a question box. A grocer's clerk may not be as heavy as dry goods clerk, but he always weighs more. A woman usually goes to her grave remembering which girl gave her the cheapest wedding present she received. if \\P m SPEND YOUR VACATION THIS YEAR IN FLORIDA Jonjow HEALTH! ^ n\\\\^ W////IIHUU S'nii you


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Page Four THE JEWISH FLO R JDIAN Friday. October 20 1933 Sa&in ^jinayiuj Builrtut •: %  Edited by RAI1H1 S. M. MACI1T1 1 Pounder and Director, Radio Synairoi; of America SUNDAY MORNINGS W'lOD, MIAMI. FLORIDA Orlando, Fla. Notes. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1">. ;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;. •:• •:• •:• •;• 1933 No. 5 ,.;..;..;..;. Vol. 111. "I [ave We A Religious Fixation?" Scripture Reading, Psalm XXVI. in psychology we use the term "fixation" to denote a state ol arrested mental development. The dictionary defines the use ol the word "fixation" in psychology as "the fact or state of one's attention or memory being fixed." I use the word "fix" in its prophert place as meaning "to settle in place, to secure, to make fast" and not in Its colloquial u implying "mending or repair." When a child of lour or five Micks his thumb we speak ol it in psychologj as a fixation, it Is a nursing-fixation. The child may have been weaned but, mentally, the child has not progressed from the state of nursing at ins mother's breast, similarly, some adultdisplay evidence ot an arrested mental development during childhood or adulescence, They Still hunt Indians to scalp or enjoy other childhood games, Wc call that a fixation because some experience in early life has arrested the mental progress and the mind Is fixed and holds fast to the youthful craving when, in the normal growth of the individual, such preference should have been left behind and the adult mind should have developed along maturer lines. I a.-k. today, "Have we a religious tixation?" is It impossible that a group, small or large, during the course oi the history of religions, has retained religious impressions that were Infantile, In their way. and has held fast to them, when, in the normal expansion ol religions and the contemporary advancement ot civilization, these practices should have been left behind a.obsolete? Is It possible that we still have "thumbsuckers" in religion? I must answer my question from personal observation and Bay, "Yes, we still have among the peoples ol the earth certain groups whose mental development along religious lines has been arrested and who tenaciously hold to practices that are psychopathologically 'fixations'." Thenwas a period in the development of religion when God, the Author of Good, was not worshipped; when the Devil was the recipient oi all homage and the one to whom all prayers were directed. There are. in this day. some rare tribes who still worship his Satanic Majesty. We call them Devil-Worshippers. And. of course, we condemn them as pagans and heathens We say that they are far beneath as in understanding and intelligence. But. let us analyze the cults of the Devil-worshippers. I might say. let US understand that period in the history of religions when we all worshipped the Evil Power. The reasoning was simple enough. God is good. He does you no harm. He is kind and gentle. But. the Devil, he is evil. He lurks in ambush to harm man. His wrath is constant and his lash continuously swings over our heads. We must try to appease him. Our sacrifice sshould be brought before him We must coax, cajole, and plead before him to turn his anger from us. The thunderbolt is sent by him to strike fear into our hearts and to burn down, through the accompanying lightning, our granaries The Devil sends his messengers ol disease, famine, drought, and flood to inflict pains upon us Shall we sit idly by and suffer? No!! We must ingratiate ourselves to him. Hence, follows the ritual of worshipping a wrathful and avenging Devil. In short, we pay Tiomage. to the Devil:—we pay ransom for our safety and wellbeing. That Is the cult of the Devilworshipper With the passing ol time, Man learned to understand his relationship to Nature: Man turned from the concept of a Devil to the Faith in a God of Love:—to the Father of Mankind, loving and just, rather than to the tyrannical Evil Spirit. Man emancipated himself from the fears and superstitions which were so closely associated with Devil-worship. Yes. but not all men There vva.something appealing in the awe and fear which held certain groups spellbound. Time went on. Progress was made. But. these groups held last to their fixation. The Sadistic attributes of the Devil; his joy in the suffering ol Man. was absorbed by his faithful adherents and worshippers. They, too. found joy in inflicting pain on others. If they wen ited in the image of God. and their god was the Evil One. then, it follows logically that they must emulate his Sadistic example. And. there they stand at tins day.—with a religious fixation. You see them about you a.I do. They delight in the suffering of those not ol their faith. To them it is a divine sign of displeasure. Tiny creati mode ol torturing "unbelievers,"—the adherents of other religions, They live not in tinday. in the Twentieth Century, but in the dark Middle Age.-, in their prayers to God. they constantly seek to appeasi a wrathful and tyrannical deity There is no Adoration, no Thanksgiving m their ritual. They are surcharged With venom and they victims. Religion is not to be blamed for such conduct. These group.are not normal. There ha.been an arrested development. They sutler from a religious fixation You ask tor the remedy, the cure? Yes. there Is one. Then .. Mi lison which permeates the very atmospheri surrounding them, That remedy Is Love, Harmony, Peace, Education, It requires patience but n Is an effective remedy. Those of us who worship God must radiate the true spirit of God.—Love towards our fellowmen We must lill the world with love. The physical law that two objects cannot occupy the same space holds good here. also. Love and hate cannot abic place Good and Evil cannot jointly live in the same heart, if either is to fill it. You God-consciouones must spread the influence of God and goodFaith to the end that it shall banish Evil. Hatred, and Distrust, and replace them in eve inci We, who are socially-minded must, by the preponderance of our actions, eradicate all anti-social cults and acts and must make tin.earth a true haven of peace and 1> We should all bear in mind the injunction of the Rabbis to the .lew.. Rabbisays, "The passage in Scripture which reads ', and thou shalt love the Lord thy God .' is to be applied in this manner.—So live Friends ol Mrs. M. Wilten.-tein will be glad to hear that she has fully recovered from her recent 111: • • • Morris "Ply" Levine, Ol Baltimore. Is spending the winter in Orlando. • • .Mi.-. Nat Berman left Saturday : \i vv York on a ten day buying trip. • Dr. D. 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Ruth Wolly took an active part in a pageant presented at the Florida State College for Women in Tallahassee la.-^ m ek. • Mr. Louis Baum returned Wednesday from a business trip to New York. • Miss Hazel Samuels, niece ol Mr. and Mrs. Sol Samuel.-, was th< guest of honor at an informal dance given last Saturday evening in Washington. several days in Orlando on ness. EXCURSIONS WORLD'S FAIR Round Trip from Miami to Chicago, $34.00 St. Louis. $25.90 These bargain excursion fares on sale from all Florida points to Chicago, St. Louis and many other North and West destinations on the following dates: November IXIIi and 29th. REDUCED PULLMAN FARES ON AM. EXCURSION DATES Dixie Kxpress-Dixie Flyer Two fine, fast trains daily take you in cool comfort through the heart of Dixieland via Atlanta, Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain, anil Nashville—Every mile sparkling with scenic beautv and historicinterest. For complete information. All-Kxpci.se Worlds Fair Tours, write DIXIE FLYER ROUTE c. 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I" i Ities 'hat have, no TOROSIN ,our order by parcel post, PRICES REDUCED ABOUT 50 Some medicine is so disagreeable that one can't even forget to take it. No man ever realize 1 .the pom of a woman's eloquence untl he gets married. More illiterate hod-can n : the top of the ladder than men with college degrees, Delaney & Beers Kodak Flnlahlnir and Enlarging Commercial Work and Home Portrait* 50% Off on All Amateur Work 212 N. K. 4th St. Phone 1-338; Royal Typewriters New k and Factory Rebuilt Portables. S29.S0 to (10.00 II. W. TRACKER, Local Dealer 211) N. K. 2nd St. Phone 2-0115 A meeting <>i the Congregation Betli El was held last Monday night at the home oi Mr. Jesse Rosen for the purpose of electing new oltiec :.-. Mr. Solon Klepper was elected pit sident: Mr. Lou .Jacob.-, v Icepresident; Mrs, Myrtle Haiman, iry, and Mr. Nat Berman, treasurer. Service will be held at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Solon Klepper the first Friday in November. BOGGS for Shoe Repairin The Very Finest of Sole Leather Immediate Attention in the t'leanct and Hex! Shop in Miami Price* Right — Convenient Location We Make Your Shoe* Look Like Naa SEYBOI.I) ARCADE 4( N. E. Firat Street Mr-, i. Becker entertained Monday afternoon in honor of her Joe FosUr. ol Savannah, .-pent daughter, Carolyn's third birthday busiCame.were enjoyed during the afternoon followed by refreshment.-. %  %  that by your actions the Name of your God shall become beloved by all peoples." I say to you. "So live that you exemplify the teachings ol a God of Love. So live that the 'thumb-suckers', the Devil-worshippers, the backward religionists, will recognize the advantages of worshipping God. and they will forsake their ways and adopt yours." HIV AT GROSSMAN'S' Choice Eruits and Vegetables Stand No. l. Roosevelt Curb Market I N. E. 2nd Ave. and 14th Sl.i "CORNER STAND" + L + .— Soy Bean Bread and other icKctahlc breadGOOD HEALTH BAKING COMPANY, INC III W. Hauler St. Phone 2,-11 U01 Washington Avenue, M. E The "Good Health" Kind %  + In the Heart of Your Neighborhood PIGGLY WIGGLY A Miami Institution King Funeral Home /'" Sen, Humanity Better Operated by FRANK G. McGIIANS WIDOW II N. W. 3rd Ave. Phones 2-3535—3-1624 J lectricify IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERVANT lUeit! 0HGSIN CCNfRALBEPQESENTATIVE IOU.SA. 261 Fifth AvtHoctFtoiNea/Yo/k.N.Y sPOMPAtf


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Friday. October 20, 1933 THE JEWISH FLORID I AN Page Three THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN "" PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY b> the inWIBH H.OK1IHAN IM'HLISHING CO. Jh P. (I. Box 297.1 Miami. Florida Phone 2-1183 EXECUTIVE OFFICES: US-IS Security Bid*. Phont 2-S49S EDITORIAL OFFICES: Cl S. W. IMfc A\nu I'hone 2-1183 j. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRBD K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Field Representative Entered M %  •oond cluss matter July 4, the Poll Office at Miami. Fluriila. \. I of March 3. 1879. WEST PALM BEACH ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN, Representative ORLANDO SYLVIA BERMAN Representative TAMPA, FLA.: MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative SUBSCRIPTION Si. Month. t l.Ofl tine Year $ 2.00 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20. 1933 Vol. li — No. 41 over the deans head to the president of the university, the latter overruled the dean and permitted the Jewish boy to be enrolled. Dr. Graham's action was not merely just and to be expected from the administrative head of an Institution maintained by the funds ol tax-payers, but evidence of the rapidly widening influence of numbers of liberal leaders In the South who are slowly besting the intolerance and lack of intellectual freedom that have for so long impeded the progress of their section of the country. American Jewish Committee is to be congratulated for having appreciated its value and significance. Jewish Education For Jewish Women 1 merican Olympic Committee May Move to Shift 1936 Games From Germany That the American Olympic Commlttee may recommend that the ttional Olympic Committee withdraw the 1936 Olympic Games from Berlin because Germany has tailed to (any out the pledge made International Committee at Its meeting In Vienna five months igo was foreshadowed by the action taken at a meeting of the executive committee of the American Olympic Committee. After Bnmdagc. president, had i letter from Bernard S, h, president Of the American Jewish Congress, urging the Amerian committee to take the initiative, the executive committee voted to have copies of Mr. Deutsch's letter submitted to the three American members of the International Committee. From the discussion at ecutive committee it appears Hkely that the Americans will demand that the games be shifted %  rom Berlin or else the Americans Mil boycott the 1936 Olympiad. It should surprise no one that the world's first school for giving Jewish women the benefits of a Jewish historical, cultural and religious background has been founded in the United States where women have achieved the greatest measure of social, political and economic emancipation and freedom. The founder of this institution, known as the School for the Jewish Wowan, is Dr. Trude Weiss Rosmarin. a youthful German-Jewish .specialist In Semitic* and pedagogy, who has thus focused attention on the deplorable and widespread lack ol education along Jewish lines among Jewish women. She is planning th( schools curriculum along lines thai will offer Jewish women a rare opportunity to avail themselves of specialized courses designed to qualify them to supervise the religious education of their children and eventually to place them on a parity with men who have had the advantage of a rabbinical training. This undertaking will be watched with the greatest interest because if Dr. Rosmarin's significant enterprise succeeds it will be widely Imitated, Jewish women exercise ;i potent Influence on the Jewish home and through this Influence on Jewish life. Their role in Jewish life would be vastly increased if they came tO speak with the authority thai Will be lhens when Jewry knows they are the equals of Jew Ish men in Jewish background. We can also expect the graduates ol such Institutions to produce a new type Ol Jewish women leaders who are all too rare and so much needed. Three Great Nations There had been three great nations in the past, whose separate and momentous contributions to knowledge were now visibly mergj ing in the English people, and would most certainly shape the destiny of evolution, at any rate for the next few critical centuries of human progress. These three nations were the Jewish, the Greek people, and the Roman people. Through them the creative spirit in evolution had revealed to mankind that the way of progress is the way of morality, science and law. The Jew had made morality the power of life, the Greek had made knowledge the power of life, the Roman had made law the power of life. Together they had freed men from animalism, from superstition and from anarchy. Together they were creating a new creature, the man who would advance fearlessly but with humility to the future of the human race, obeying the moral law in his heart, the written statutes ot civilization, and Che impulse of his questioning and searching mind to penetrate the hidden secrets ol nature.—From Julius Levine. a novel by "A Gentleman with a Duster." THE g^ During the filming of a fight scene. Clara Bow was knocked senseless. Science has very delicate special instruments with which it can tell. American Legion Condemns Hitlerite Activities in United states Numerous Clausus In North Carolina Manifestations of racial and reprejudice have been so frequent below the Mason-Dixon line th at no surprise would have been I at the revelation that the II school of the University of North Carolina had been guilty of Ing a numerous claUSUS Jewish students had it not been for the heartening and characteristic stand taken by Dr. Frank Graham, president of the UnlverMt V Although the University of North Carolina is a state-support"I Institution, the dean of the medi"' school had for many years been "TOttlng the number of Jews adI to the first year medical class to ten per cent of the total on •' pecious plea that such a policy imperative because the more Prominent four-year medical colalso had a numerous clausus 'or Jewish students. When a couryoung Jew who had been '''''"'l admittance to the medical •chooi because the Jewish quota for ar had been exhausted wen: In Effective Protest The American Jewish Committee, which has been unostentatiously engaged in mobilizing Christian public opinion against the persecutions ol the results of this and other similar efforts of publishing an extremely valuable 32-page pamphlet entitled "The Voice of Religion.'' containing the views of Christian religious and lay leaders of 18 denominations, both here and abroad, on the anti-Semitic policy of the Na/i regime. The brochure Includes nol only statements by individual Christians but also editorialS from the Christian religious press oi America, it has long been nlzed thai one of the most potent weapons against the Nazi reign Ol terror is the united opposition of enlightened Christendom. In compiling and giving wide circulation to this pamphlet the American Jewish Committee has done another notable service to the cause of Jewry. Devoid of Interpretations or comment, this pamphlel constitutes an eloquent and dignified expression of the almost unanimous verdict of the religious conscience „1 the Christian. English-speaking peoples on the unspeakable happen In Germany. It is a mast eficctive kind ol protest and the CHICAGO— Without mentioning the persecution of the Jews in Germany, the annual convention of the American Legion here went on record as being vigorously opposed to the activities of the Nazis in the United States. The resolution, presented by the Americanism committee, which was adopted, reads as follows: "Whereas the Constitution of our country protects and preserves Hie rights of minorities; and whereas one of the basic principles for which the allied nations entered into and fought the World War was to protect minority groups from tyranny and oppression; and whereas there have been attempts made to organize groups holding allegiance to a foreign government with the openly avowed purpose of furthering the | principles of the Hitler government j of Germany and with the publicity announced intent to create class dissension and ill-feeling among our people, and whereas such a group | has actually been formed in the city of Las Angeles; now. therefore be il resolved that the American Legion, in national convention duly assembled, repeats and reiterates its condemnation heretofore expressed of the formation In this country of groups holding their primary allegiance io foreign governments and whose idea is to introduce into this nation Intolerance and bigotry, and we hereby request all proper governmental authorities to take prompt and efficient steps to prevent such attempt to undermine the principles of our free and democratic form of government.'' Hold 7 Revisionists for Trial on Terrorist Charge JERUSALEM—Seven of the fourteen Revisionists who have been undergoing a lengthy preliminary Investigation before the Jaffa court regarding their participation in a terrorist organization have been released, but the remaining seven among them Achi-Meyer, are being held for trial. An effort was made a while back to determine how much of Napolean's hair was owned by collectors in England, and replies were received from scores of people who claimed they possessed a lock. The total mass of hair reported was so great that it is now believed Napolean was a sheep. Emily Past, the etiquet shark, has revived a controversy as to who should be served first at the table in families without babies. Law and order are said to be failing in many Cuban districts. The word "Cuban" is superfluous, but we put it in for patriotic reasons. Dora has tried around at the various gardens and can't find a single one that serves skittles with Die beer. Some contend there is no such thing as controlled inflation. Howdo they explain the Mae West figure? Probably it dates one fearfully. but we remember when Mae West had titian hair. First impressions are seldom correct—so the proofreader tells us. Proceedings of Fla. Rabbinical Conference (Continued from page 1) ligious consciousness of Jewry throughout the world, particularly in smaller communities where it has been dormant for many years." There are three trends in American Judaism. Reform, Conservative and Orthodox. The majority of Jews in Florida tend towards Conservative ideas. However, the Conservative movement in this State is devoid of any organized leadership. Each community is left to struggle with its own problems making progress very difficult. The Rabbinical Association should provide that necessary leadership. The Rabbis should co-operate with each other to advance the religious work of their respective communities through BXperienci ll their Hebrew School work, through exchange of pulpits during the Friday night services, by sponsoring lecture tours of prominent personalities in American Jewish hie. and by helping to organize young peoples' societies in every Jewish community in Florida." Rabbi Margolis also suggested that the Rabbis request their respective Congregations to affiliate themselves with some National Association of Synagogues in order to enable the formation of a unified American Judaism. A vote of thanks was given to the Congregation Ohev Sholem of Orlando for their generous hospitality extended to the delegates. Rabbi B. Safer closed the conference wit ha prayer for the successful work of the newly formed organization. Some swell in their pride When they boast of their clan As they trace out their line Through the ages of man. The roots of the tribe Are related again To heroic deeds And pioneer men. The stalwarts of time, The mast famous of these Are proudly reclaimed On their family of trees. But seldom we hear When they mention their case The knots and the gnarls That have blighted their race. Dave Hutton. the baritone, says that from now on he will get along without women. It will be an effort, but it isn't as if Dave were a tenor. Brewers anounce they will continue to make 3.2 after repeal. It makes a good rinse, they say. for dyeing white curtains an ecru tone. Farmers are to receive around $40,000,000 for swine bought up by the pig administration. All has been gold this year that litters, it seems. "Hey. mister, yer got a flat tire." "Oh, dear, so I have. Dear me. I should have looked out for that fork in the road that the man warned me about. Dear, dear!" "Good morning." said the fiat man, "will you take a chair?" "No, thanks." replied the installment collector. "I've come for a table." The Colonel: "Confound it. sir. you nearly hit my wife?" Mr. Miggs: "Did I? Well, you have a shot at mine." A radio advertiser of headache tablets offers some of the sweetest music on the air. It may be art. but does it drum up trade? A fellow searching for work says he has been refused three stenographic and clerical positions because he has an artificial wooden leg. What does he expect? Your tired business executive can think of something a lot more attractive to have around the office than a male stenographer's artificial leg. Canada's chess champion says he prepares for a contest by takinu a course in physical training. A few minutes of setting-up exercises every time he awakens during a game will keep him from getting too soft. Sure does beat all how many Parking spots there are When hoofing it around the loop And you haven't got your cai "I can't say that I care lor her," replied Miss Constant Chatter, when asked about a girl friend. "Take her chisel away Horn her and she's virtually helpless and unarmed." Relatives of a Calumet iMich.i miner who put a lighted slick of dynamite in his pocket say they expected something of the sort. It was Father all over.



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