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The Jewish Floridian ( July 5, 1935 )

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wJewisti floridian % com bini n9 THE JEWISH UNITY FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLf 8—No. 27 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1935 Price Five Centi [Rabbi Opposes Delegates Named Schlachman Is "Civil Judaism" To Convention Named Director ncept ol Judaism as a rickel No. 2 known as the PalInaugurating a program of acivilization' rather than a rellestine Labor Ticket-has won a 2 tivities to make i.self a vital fore .. : assailed by the Rev. Dr. to 1 victory in the election held in the Jewish communal life of I "• Goldenson of Temple Sunday, June 23rd, for delegates Greater Miami, the board of direc ,nuel, New York City, presito the 10th World Zionist Congress, tors of the Young Men's Hebrew r the Central Conference of on the basis of returns. Association Wednesday n i g h 1 ican Rabbis, in the opening Ticket No. 1 was the joint slate named Boris Schlachman director oi the Zionist Organization of and executive secretary of the ..i-America, Hadassah and Order of Sons of /.ion. L : of the forty-sixth annual fconfen nee last Tuesday. He contended that the survival of the .lew or any other people defended upon religious faith and Ticket No. :; was of the Mizrachi. About 50,000 votes were cast. pon the recently advanced The vote seems to be as follows: concept which would make Judaism Ticket No. 2 22.:>00. Ticket No. l_ 11,200. Ticket No. 8—8,000. On the strength of these recivilization. I cular movement referred [to by I'. 1 '. Goldenson has been taken |u|i largely among the conservative Jew-, for whom Professor Mordeturns the American delegation of cai Kaplan id' .New York is the ac66 to the Zionist Congress will conI lokesman. tain 2s Laborites, 15 General ZionIdenson warned the conists and 13 Mizrachis. that the Jews were -faced I„ New York City the Vote was kvith diffi rences that do not derive 4,493 for Labor, 3,512 for Mizrachi I imary conceptions and beand 2,961 for the General Zion B ; "an imporIn Chicag0i Ubor „ ed \ reaching and possibly revvoteSi .,„. i; .. i: ,. | a| -, g i shift in present day an(i Mizrachi 1,400. Labor also am n J W8 cored heavily in Philadelphia, He a Cllbed .he tendency to picpolli „ g l>12 g ,„ -,, 7 ,-,,. ,,„. ,.,.„ as 'a civilization' an ,.,,,, Zionist! ,.„„, ,f „ r Mizrachi I. to find means to include -,-,,. j ewigh gtatfi partj| y^, i us or anti-rehgious Jews x „ 4( waa runn i ng ,-.,,. be „j nd P People's efforts toward The In „ st 8en8a tional feature of i I, even though dispersed; this, election was the amazing 11 < 1 "' world showing of Mizrachi which ran ought, Dr. Goldenson ahettd of the General Zionists in I "that b y regarding JudaNew Vlll k and Philadelphia. AnSlll ;. h it will be kith the disintegrating forces of | life. But the incidental h'.-ult f this thought is to demote I "I Israel from its high Ind exalted place that it has al[ ipied in the life of the imple fact is that Israel, Mien it was most completely itself, lid not produce any great art or I o, speculative thinking. It |'as interested almost exclusively pi Bpiritual aspects of life." Dr. Goldenson cited the opposipon of the German clergy to Chan|ellor Hitler's program as proof hat religion exhibited greater for survival than any • ly of sentiments. Witness the resistance to Hitganization. Mr. Schlachman has been an active communal worker in tins area for more man seven years, particularly in Miami Beach. Previously he served in the Jewish communities of Philadelphia and other large cities. Mr. Schlachman will issue a statement outlinI civilization instead of a „;,,,,. significant phase of the elecin *. a l"'"Ti "" f work tor tb f '"" easier to cope tion uas ,,„. failure ()f (h( ( ; l ., u .,.. ll Zionists to poll their full Strength. Ticket Xo. I reported 85,000 shekelsold and pcdled only one-eighth that number of votes. Labor, which sold .'{2,000 shekels, polled 70 per cent of that number of votes. Mizrachi sold 1:5,300 shekels and polled 00 per cent of that number of votes. ganization which will be published in our next issue. The co-operation of the genera! community will be solicited so that the Y. M. 11. A. may become the i enter of all city-wide communal affairs. A meeting will be held shortly to which leading members of the Jewish community will be invited for the purpose of co-ordim.ting communal efforts. Museum Building j u nior Hadassah Is Completed Names Committees The Rockefeller Museum of An-, The first meeting under the reticiuities, a gift by Join I). Rockecently elected administration of the feller, jr., of the $2,000,000 made local chapter of Junior Hadassah to the Palestine government was held Monday evening, July 1, prism offered by the religious thn,u t r Professor .1. II. Breasted, at Beth David Talmud Torah. A poU] in Germany and contrast it "' ll "' Univers 'ty of Chicago, hasjnove! dinner for members of the rith the resistance offered by art Just been com P le ed organization is to be held July 10. he said. "No one will Standing on an eminence in the Further details may he obtained by at Hitlerism is inimical to northeast corner of the city oppocalling Mrs. Leo Chaiken, chairlenuiiiculture, as it is to relisite the old walls of inner Jerusaman. Ion, and yet the only groups that 'em and not far distant from HerA reservational dance is being ave far found strength and on's Gate, are its white stone planned for the first part of Au" %  are to take some stand against buildings—a sciuat edifice with a gust. Miss Myra Goodkowsky was f regime have been the retower. The structure is one of the appointed chairman, assisted by bodies. finest in the Near East and is said Sylvia Wilensky, Mrs. Leo Chai-. arly, I believe that in the i" excel even the Egyptian State ken and Beck Nash. The following would be found greater Museum in Cairo. Actual work on chairmen and committees were ap1 to live Jewishly by regarding the site commenced on April I, pointed by Miss Sylvia Rayvis, a it lias always been, than 1931, and it has taken four years | president: Jewish National Fund, look upon it as a system of culand two months to complete. The Ida Safer, chairman, Rosalyn syst f"' a values. buildings cover an area of 900 I if the test should come, sepiare metres and there are large I 1 1 civilization ever to be substigrounds surrounding it. The intePte-I tor religion, it would be rior fittings are of modern design: P u 'i that the Jew himself would i cork linoleum floors, special glass levitably express his will to live, j showcase's from England and other f" in terms of a civilization as it features. It is not expected that ordinarily conceived, but rather this fine museum, pride of the Near 1 a way of life permeated and suf. East, will be officially opened to l| with religious spirit." the public before the spring of (Continued on Page 3) 1986. Daum; Cultural, Mrs. Murry Crossman, chairman, Terry Stein, Eleanor Rubin; Membership, Mrs. Leo Kupper; Program, Bede Goldenblank; Hospitality, Anita Bernstein, chairman, Vivian Jacobs; Publicity, Beck Nash, chairman. Representatives of the Atlanta chapter of Junior Hadassah were present and extended their greeting. Lee Explains Law's Savings Tallahassee Stating SenateBill %  s: 1 has saved the public treasury and taxpayers 1.272,000 and does not affect homestead exemption, taxpayers' benefits under the Futch act. nor increase tax millage, State Comptroller J. M. Lee sent Florida's county tax assessors a report ; on the much discus-eel law. Tracing the history of the law from a meeting of the governor's i cabinet, March II, 1934, Mr. Lee quoted from the official minutes of that body a resolution presented by c. 1'. Helfenstein, then president of the Florida State Press Association; .Mrs. Marie Holderman, a past president, and Gilbert Free-j man, a member of the supervising committee of the association. The resolution adopted at a meeting of the association anil its supervising committee, March ll, outlined the plan to effect the huge saving pending action by the legislature to correct an error in the original Futch act. IKquoted from the minutes a motion directing the comptroller to take steps necessary to effect the saving and expressing the api preciation of the state, to the newspapers for their "evidenceof public interest." "I find that Senate Bill 880, about which three or four assessors havebroken into print, is legislation contemplated by this resolution, by the board of commissioners of public institutions and by myself as comptroller," adding the legislation had lieen the subject of general knowledge and wide comment in the meantime and while he hadn't known who was responsible for actual progress made, "I, as comptroller, had expected passageof such legislation by the 193G session. "This bill has for the years 1033-34 already Baved the public treasury and taxpayers a sum in excess of $1,272,000." "The provisions of Senate Bill KK0 will in no way affect the homestead exemption, nor taxpayers' benefits under the Futch act," he added, "nor will it affect the! millage to be levied," and outlined reasons, pointing, among other things, to the supreme court's ruling in the Havana bank case (11C Fla. 828) as having settled the question of millage levy and extension of taxes on state certificate's, lands, and the fact that "homestead exemption is the constitutional right of every home owner and not even an arbitrary assessor can deprive a citizen of that right." He pointed out that an assessor's denial of exemption is automatically appealed to the commissioners who, after a hearing, may overrule the assessor. Concluding, Comptroller Lee said "what the bill does do is require a little more work from public officials, including the comptroller, with no additional condensation. And ... the 1935 session of the legislature can boast that in this one act alone it saved the public treasury more than four times the total cost of the entire session." Jewish News Around the World Interfaith Body to Be Formed by Canadians A national conference of Jews and Christians in Canada, similar to that existing in the United states for the promotion of racial understanding and suppression of bigotry and doctrinal prejudice, will be established in the near future as the result of a meeting of Protestant, Catholic and Jewish ecclesiastical dignitaries held in the Montefiore Club, at Montreal, Canada. Themeeting was held under the chairmanship of Rabbi Henry Stem, and on the suggestion of Rev. T. W. Jones of Calvary l.'nit. d Church. Very Rev. Arthur Carlisle, Dean of Montreal, was appointed chairman of a provisional committee to study ways and means of organizing the new institution. Those present, at the meeting included: Rev. Father Robert Barry of the — ''"'*•' %  '•>' edtuU, Re *. lb. Everett Clinchy of New York, director of the National Conference of Jews and Christians of the United States; Rabbi Philip Bernstein of Rochester, X. V.; Rev. Dr. F. W. Kerr of St. Andrew's L'nited church, West mount; Dean Arthur Carlisle, Rev. David A. MacLennan of Emanuel Church, Montreal; Dr. C. A. silcox of Toronto, president of the Social Service Council of Canada, and Rev. Dr. A. Lloyd Smith of Dominion Uougles Church, We-stmount. London While British public opinion i : sharply divided over the 1 nnce of Wales' proposal that a delegation of British war veterans visit Germany as a gesture of good will, .Major Brunei Cohen, treasurer of the British Legion (organization of war veterans), who lost both legs in the World War, announced that he would not accompany the delegation to Naziland. Prague — Simultaneously with the announcement that the Fascist party was suspending operations of its own accord, the Fascist press of Czechoslovakia issued a manifesto declaring that henceforth it would adopt a more friendly attitude toward the Jewish population. The reason for this sensational about-face is that the Fascist press has discovered that the real enemies of Czechoslovakia are not the Jews but the Nazis. Dr. Jonas S. Friedenwald of Baltimore was awarded a gold medal for distinguished work in ophthalmology at the convention of the American Medical Association in Atlantic City. The medal was presented by Dr. Frederick II. Verhoeff of Boston, before the section of opthalmology. Dr. Friedenwald, son of Dr. Harry Friedenwald, was graduated from the Johns Hopkins Medical School.



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iy, July 5, 1935 THE JBWI8H rLOBIDIAN Page Three ^JeWiStlJICfiCiiafl 55^55 Tampa Notes down from Jacksonville were Ben Carnot, Ed Carnot, Morris Leibovitz, Lawrence Schain, Alex Kalis, Ira Sacks, Willie Carlton, Harold News Tower Bid)?. PUBLISH K|> EVERY FRIDAY by th JEWISH KI.ORIDIAN PUBLISHINQ CO P. O. Box z7J Miami, Pit, Phone 2-5304 W. 16th Avenu lary hostesses. She also received many: Kiaa Marg j e ScRall pregellted beautiful pieces of china from her friends. Late in the evening an ice course and individual cakes in a bridal design were served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. M. II. Hollins, Mrs. I. Kd war els, Mrs. Nat Cohen and Miss Eleanor Hollins. and Miss Evelyn Weber, all of Tampa; two slaters, Mrs. J. Kasper and Mrs. L. Jacko of New cal solo, Mr. Sam Verkauf; "Par-1 York City; two sons, Ernest and ents," Margie Segall; presentation Sam Weber of Tampa. Mr. Weber of certificates by Mr. David Stein, was a member of Rodoph Sholom president of the congregation; Temple. presentation of Bibles by Mrs. A. R. Berger, president of the Ladies' Mr Abraham A. Finkelstein, who recently became the director a of the local Y. M. H. A., is workgilt to Rabbi Burger from the fog actively to establish and pop. • lularize the organization. He received his first training with the Y. M. H. A. of 92nd St. and Lexington ave., New York, in the capacity of asssitant superintendent and employment secretary, Ikwas representative of th-,Jewish A Much Needed Lesson Just as was expectt'd, ticket No. 2. the Palestine Labor ticket, won a decisive victory at the polls throughout the I nited States last week. On the strength of returns it appears that the ticket supported by the Zionist Organization nerica, Hadassah and Order Sons of Zion will only have I.) delegates to the World Zionist Convention, with 28 delegates going to ticket No. 2. supported by Labor Zionists, and 13 deli-Rales going to the Mi/rachi or religious Zionist group. The benediction, by Rabbi Adolph Burger, closed the services. A reception was held immediately following the services in the auditorium of the temple. Those in the receiving line were Mrs. I. Ses Sylvia Kaufman, daughter Sb£ "l.am^ SL£L£ V'^'V STL*' !" ** of Mr. and Mrs. William Kaufman „ ere TSed h 71 „ 1*"* ^ ^l* "" W rld *"' of New York Citv became the / f? e 8 on 88 then was executive director of the H?" Jack Lan'da, T of £ %^Z?£?** ^^ "^7 ^f T § Tft and Mrs. i, B Goldberg of this T* •!;• ricrated with ;;;;; X£ ; S^KLSTT L..!l :' r'\^' hh ^^ I and White roses and zinnia, J, Z^ZSJ^SSJ^a'Si spring flowers were used in Y. M. II. A. of Tampa, 1924-25; auditorium downsupervisor of buys at Brooklyn Hebrew Orphan Asylum and executive director of the Y. M. n. A. of morning in the study of Rabbi Israel L, Kaplan, in the presence of relatives and intimate friends. Just before her return to this city last Monday she was the guest of honor at two parties given by Mi I a Mrs. William Kaufman : for theii daughter with ami decorat ing -tail's. the Climaxing a period of growth New Brunswick, X. J. which has extended over the last Helen Cohen and M.ss Sylvia thirteen yea-. Essrig's Piece ( i open house Friday ig in their new building, wh re two floors now house the i iew York it appears that ticket No. 1 was given an unusual •' j i' ai v June 22 '" li;,,jr large i ... ive fabric I in the south. RADIO SYNAGOG rebuke in that in the city of its president, Mr. Rothenberg, it I the lowest number of votes of the three tickets. I his brings us to an analysis which shows that the General Zionists selling the highest number of shekels (required i vote), 85,000 polled only 1254% of that number in votes, Mizrachi, selling 13,300, polled sixty per cent of that number in votes, and Labor, selling 32,000, polled seventy per cent of the vote. Let it be remembered that the General Zionists had for its slogan dujring the campaign "Palestine Above Parties." 1 ork, and u h<-it he lie in r i how i with flower %  A eakfasl in the Goldi %  lome % % %  i the ceremony morning. Rabbi S. M, inder friends and cusal MEssrig, u,,l preach ove. [i Mr. I.,-,:,, their .aughter, Mis* ,,„„. n Sunday Shirley Lssrig, and their son, Mar,„, "Checking Crime.' The vm l: "'" % % %  P'esented to all mon „ m ,,,..,, with |u gtartlin 1 CB,Hn %  %  • % %  % % %  • %  ,vin Sals : vo„th '""'• v "'"' Mla otte Cracowap P j 80 ns and the method in saving Mrs. Ernest Horwita of Atlanta is spending the week at Neptune -..., ...... „„„ ,.,u,,.,.e u.,un,aprisons and the method of saving ( ner. Ihe Ingley Trio furnished our youtn ,-,,„„ a ; -, uf crime ]n music for the evening. The people addition to the sermon there will attend the Institute of Humane Relations at Williams College, Wiliamstown, Mass., August 2lth to dare say will never approve its high handed methods and its pussy-footing policies. Evidence of lack of interest in Zionism throughout Florida, with the exception of occasional revivals here and August 30th. there, is so apparent throughout this state that it cannot even be doubted. In the Greater Miami area, we venture to The Workman circle Woman's state that there arc not ten paid members of the Zionist disClub sponsored a bridge party in < trict. Why? Is it bcausc Jews of this area are not interested the clubhouse Thursday night. The in Zionism? No! arrangements committee included Rabbi Adolph Burger, rabbi of Rodoph Sholom Temple, has left on his vacation and will be gone one month. lie plans to motor through the state of Florida. Dr. Goldenson attributed the new interpretation of Judaism "more than anything else" to Zionism, and added: "I doubt very much whether anyI one would seriously have argued Mr. and Mrs. Larry Waltzer refor this new conception of Judaism turned from their wedding trip to if it had not been for the prac\bout two years ago we directed the attention of our Mis. P. Puldey, .Mrs. Charles Miami and Havana and are at tical problems raised by the Zionhome to their friends at the De 1st movement, constituted, as it is, Soto apartments. Mrs. Waltzer was of many elements that are not parMiss Til lye SimovitZ before her ticularly attached to Judaism as a marriage. religion. "It is to find a place for the secMiss Adel Saltzman and Mr. and ular, the racial, and the purely naMrs. Max Saltzman and two tionalistic, as well as the religious, readers to the high handed "en camera" methods of the Freidman and Mrs. Joseph Witten. local district ... to the fact that just a handful of men were Table and special prizes were tailed to the meeting that the self-styled leaders elected awarded and refreshments served. themselves to office and then asked the public to contribute • -. the attention of Mr. Rothenberg. president of the Zionist Organization of America, was called to this fact but the %  usual autocratic, pussy-footing policies of the Zionist executive prevailed ... a courteous letter of acknowledgment was received that Mr. Rothenberg was away from the office ... Md that was the last of it the result: the slow but nevertheless complete disintegration of the Zionist organization >f America in this area. Perhaps ... as the result of last week's polls and definite, determined verdict from Zionists, our high and mighty Zionist organization will quit straddling the fence .. perhaps they will recognize the fact that the people's will must be respected if the organization is to succeed ... It is high time that a strong, virile, pulsating Zionist organization be effected throughout the state of Florida particularly in Greater Miami ... it is time that self-anointed priests and apostles of autocracy be dethroned Palestine is too vital a force in Jewish life today to be Permitted to stifle anywhere, no matter how small the community may be ... we call upon the Jews of Florida to realize •he message at the polls as a call to arise from their lethargy •to assert themselves and to make of Florida a real standard bearer in the ranks of the followers of Palestine. of Jacksonville are spending the summer at Jacksonville Beach. daughters, of Chicago, 111., are visaspects of Zionism that civilization Mr. anil Mrs. Max Rubin of iting friend in Tanl|)a is offert ( as a grcat am| non com Jacksonville, who are occupying for mita catc(rory t0 inclu(k> them a „ The Jewish Progressive Club of Perhaps civilization as a sancti n Jacksonville played the Tampa Y. for the movement is nothing more M. II. A. team at the Y. M. H. A. than eulogistic rationalism of the picnic, which took place Sunday, mere fact that Jews as Jews want June 30th, at Temple Terrace. I a national existence of their own. The boys and girls who motored "It should be added that there apartments, have as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Laser Klepper and daughter, Miss Bernice, and son, Raphael, of Jacksonville. Mrs. Klepper is Mrs. Rubin's sister. Additional guests arriving Sunday will be their nephew, Earl Hirsh, Washington, D. C. Miss Miriam Safer, bride-elect of July, was the honoree at a dinner and bridge given by the Tri-M Club at the Carling hotel Sunday. Miss Safer was the recipient of a console set matching her selection of crystal. The president, Miss Edith Berman, also took this occasion to welcome Misses Ida Biscow, Miriam Carlton and Ruth Lipson, new members, into the club. After dinner me guests enjoyed several rubbers of bridge. Winners were Misses Miriam Safer, Lee Lasarow and Miriam Ezzes. (Continued on Page 6) is a special reason why Judaism as a religion tends to be less and less emphasized in connection with the Palestinian venture, while the so-called cultural aspects of the Jewish contributions are stressed more and more. That reason is that religion, particularly the high reaches of it, attained by the prophets of Israel, tends to be universal and transcendent.



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[iday, J'y 5. 1035 THB JKWISH FLORIDIAN Blabbi Adolph Burger of Tampa Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld of St. Ltersburg are spending several Lks in Miami Beach on their vaftion. IHi'th David Sisterhood is sponjing its annual all day picnic on Lday, July 21st, at Hardie's Calio. Luncheon and supper will served, featuring home cooking. L public is urged to attend. [cker and towels will be only 15c. i-. ,1. Engler is chairman of the •mmittee in charge of arrangelenis. • The wedding ceremony uniting in Miss Tillye Predinger, ughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. r of this city, to Mr. Paul bin of Yonkers, N. V., will be eninized next Sunday, July 7th, :; p. in. at the home of the bride the presence <>f the immediate of tb<' family. Miss 1'red, will be given in marriage ; lather. She will be atl by her sister, Margie, aa ; %  honor. Mr. Al Feldman best man. The wedding knh will be played by Mrs. Al. Mrs. Barney Kraft will Love You Truly." Rabbi Washer of the Miami Jewo lox Congregation will ofOut-of-town guests who • nd are Mr, and Mrs. L. S. i ine and daughter, Shirley, %  Moss and Dr. Alfred all of Tampa. A re•.. l lie given at the home I'S parents, 1056 S. \V. 5 from 8 to 11 p. m. Sunh all friends are invited :. X i raids have been Page Fiw : ck Ante and children left £ to spi ml the summer \ is%  ents in Brooklyn, X. Y, • lal shower was tendered Predinger, bride-elect. | lit by Mrs. Sam Au l eona Rose at the home p (.it:were arranged a large umbrella with in pink and green lenda shower effect. Bridge and were played and prizes I id to Miss Betty GreenBee ie Wernikoff and P An ice served at a late hour, i color scheme : >l out in the r< H decorations. S. M. Machtei officiated aj at the Brith Milahj of Mr. and Mrs, Joseph at the Good Samaritan Hosi Palm Beach. Rabbi I mg. B< th El, West | ; :, took part in the namt mony. irriage of Miss Ruth Sontag, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Sontag, to Dr. Leo R. Kupper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Kupper, took place Sunday evening at the Coral Gables Country Club in the presence of several hundred relatives and friends. Rabbi Julius Washer performed the ceremony under the traditional canopy held by Leonard Beldner, George Kaplan, Milton Kleinman and Hc?bert Klein. Mrs. Sam Resnick sang "I Love You Truly" before the entrance of the bridal party. The bride was given in marriage by her parents and her grandmother, Mrs. P. Orlich of Boston. Dr. Kupper's parents gave him in marriage. Mrs. Walker Falkenstein, sister of Dr. Kupper, was matron of honor and Miss Phyllis Sontag was maid of honor. The ushers wen Dr. J. Alexander, Dr. Merman Mechlowitz, Dr. X'orman Rubin, Walter Falkenstein, Dr. I. Gordon, Albert Sontag, Moe Raui zin and Leon Kassewitz. Nat Kupper was best man. The bride wore a gown of white I suede laee. Her veil was draped halo effect and she carried a sheaf of calla lilies. Mrs. Falkenstein more an empire gown of iimus-eline do .ie, an.I MXSontag wore a costume of tea rose crepe. Tho bride's mother wore blue lace and her grandmother wore a gown of printed chiffon. Mrs. Kupper's costume was fashioned of iris atin. After a motor tour of the -oinhern state-. Dr. (Clipper anil his bride v. II residi in .Miami, where he conducts a practice of dentistry. .Mrs. Kupper graduated Miami Senior lli-h school anil atI the University of M Dr. Kupper graduated from the Atlanta Si uthi i 11 il co J. C. Richmond and E. Marcus, aunl 9 of the bi i B among the 0Ut-oftown guests. What happens when a timid little J A clerk is mistaken for a desperate j criminal is depicted in "The Whole Town's Talking," the fast moving, exciting Columbia comedy-drama which opens its run at the Tivoli Theatre Sunday. Edward G. Robinson is cast in the starring role of Arthur Jones, the harassed bookkeeper whose life is transformed by his resemblance to Killer Mannion. Seventh Avenue Theatre next Sunday and Monday. The natal state of these screen personalities can take additional pride in the fact that Slim Summerville, also in this rich comedy, came as a boy to live with an aunt in Oklahoma, and then ran away ti make his fortune. 1 'r, anck, winni 1 prize in physics in 1925 and if the leading | in the I, has bee n app linted prof ssor of physics at John? lb University, where he will a ities in the fall. Dr. Franek ned his posl at Go 1 Uni. .reof I when the Nazii 11 to power. AIs 0 aff< cl ed by I hi 1 e emblam •• li < lolumwho supplii the rot in "The Whole Town's Talking." A the inconl i Unas little clerk, Robinson was : to pop the question, but he necessary courage from the notoriety thai clutters up his 1 ; ien the desperado e 1 %  1 ore, < >';L:.. has thi di II of being the home town of Will I. and of Rochelle Hudson, who plays the feminine roi in his late-i Fox Film tu "Lif Begins at 10," at the Appointment of Benjamin V, C ben to the Securities Commission wa reported planned by President Roosevelt after < nactment of the Utilities Holding Company bill. Mr. Cohen would fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Ferdinand Pecora. He helped draft the 1933 Securities Acl and the 1934 Exchange Regulati >n Acl and al o the pending utility bill. CHARLES B.SELDEN 1 riif i,--l Publl • Ai countanl 750 Seybold Bid*. 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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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THE JEWISH UNITY
FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLf
8No. 27
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1935
Price Five Centi
[Rabbi Opposes Delegates Named Schlachman Is
"Civil Judaism" To Convention Named Director
ncept ol Judaism as a rickel No. 2 known as the Pal- Inaugurating a program of ac-
ivilization' rather than a rell- estine Labor Ticket-has won a 2 tivities to make i.self a vital fore
.. : assailed by the Rev. Dr. to 1 victory in the election held in the Jewish communal life of
I Goldenson of Temple Sunday, June 23rd, for delegates Greater Miami, the board of direc
,nuel, New York City, presi- to the 10th World Zionist Congress, tors of the Young Men's Hebrew
r the Central Conference of on the basis of returns. Association Wednesday n i g h 1
ican Rabbis, in the opening Ticket No. 1 was the joint slate named Boris Schlachman director
oi the Zionist Organization of and executive secretary of the ..i--
America, Hadassah and Order of
Sons of /.ion.
L : of the forty-sixth annual
fconfen nee last Tuesday.
He contended that the survival
of the .lew or any other people de-
fended upon religious faith and
Ticket No. :; was of the Mizrachi.
About 50,000 votes were cast.
pon the recently advanced The vote seems to be as follows:
concept which would make Judaism
Ticket No. 2 22.:>00.
Ticket No. l_ 11,200.
Ticket No. 88,000.
On the strength of these re-
civilization.
I cular movement referred
[to by I'.1'. Goldenson has been taken
|u|i largely among the conservative
Jew-, for whom Professor Morde- turns the American delegation of
cai Kaplan id' .New York is the ac- 66 to the Zionist Congress will con-
I lokesman. tain 2s Laborites, 15 General Zion-
Idenson warned the con- ists and 13 Mizrachis.
that the Jews were -faced I New York City the Vote was
kvith diffi rences that do not derive 4,493 for Labor, 3,512 for Mizrachi
I imary conceptions and be- and 2,961 for the General Zion
B' ';"!"! "an impor- In Chicag0i Ubor ed
\ reaching and possibly rev- voteSi .,. i;..i:,.|.a| -, g
i shift in present day an(i Mizrachi 1,400. Labor also
amn* JW8- cored heavily in Philadelphia,
He a Cllbed .he tendency to pic- pollig l>12g -,,7 ,-,,. ,,. ,.,.
as 'a civilization' an ,.,,,, Zionist! ,., ,- fr Mizrachi,
I. to find means to include -,-,,. jewigh gtatfi partj|, y^,
i us or anti-rehgious Jews x 4( waa running ,-.,,. bejnd,
P People's efforts toward The Inst 8en8ational feature of
i I, even though dispersed; this, election was the amazing
11 <1"' world- showing of Mizrachi which ran
ought, Dr. Goldenson ahettd of the General Zionists in
I "that by regarding Juda- New Vlll.k and Philadelphia. An-
Slll ;.
h it will be
kith the disintegrating forces of
| life. But the incidental
h'.-ult f this thought is to demote
I "I Israel from its high
Ind exalted place that it has al-
[ ipied in the life of the
imple fact is that Israel,
Mien it was most completely itself,
lid not produce any great art or
I o, speculative thinking. It
|'as interested almost exclusively
pi Bpiritual aspects of life."
Dr. Goldenson cited the opposi-
pon of the German clergy to Chan-
|ellor Hitler's program as proof
hat religion exhibited greater
for survival than any
ly of sentiments.
Witness the resistance to Hit-
ganization. Mr. Schlachman has
been an active communal worker
in tins area for more man seven
years, particularly in Miami Beach.
Previously he served in the Jewish
communities of Philadelphia and
other large cities. Mr. Schlach-
man will issue a statement outlin-
I civilization instead of a ;,,,,. significant phase of the elec- in*.a l"'"-Ti"" "f work tor tbf '""
easier to cope tion uas ,,. failure ()f (h(, (;l.,u.,..ll
Zionists to poll their full Strength.
Ticket Xo. I reported 85,000 shek-
el- sold and pcdled only one-eighth
that number of votes. Labor,
which sold .'{2,000 shekels, polled
70 per cent of that number of votes.
Mizrachi sold 1:5,300 shekels and
polled 00 per cent of that number
of votes.
ganization which will be published
in our next issue.
The co-operation of the genera!
community will be solicited so that
the Y. M. 11. A. may become the
i enter of all city-wide communal
affairs. A meeting will be held
shortly to which leading members
of the Jewish community will be
invited for the purpose of co-ordi-
m.ting communal efforts.
Museum Building junior Hadassah
Is Completed Names Committees
The Rockefeller Museum of An-, The first meeting under the re-
ticiuities, a gift by Join I). Rocke- cently elected administration of the
feller, jr., of the $2,000,000 made local chapter of Junior Hadassah
to the Palestine government was held Monday evening, July 1,
prism offered by the religious thn,utr Professor .1. II. Breasted, at Beth David Talmud Torah. A
poU] in Germany and contrast it "' ll"' Univers'ty of Chicago, hasjnove! dinner for members of the
rith the resistance offered by art Just been comPle*ed- organization is to be held July 10.
" he said. "No one will Standing on an eminence in the Further details may he obtained by
at Hitlerism is inimical to northeast corner of the city oppo- calling Mrs. Leo Chaiken, chair-
lenuiii- culture, as it is to reli- site the old walls of inner Jerusa- man.
Ion, and yet the only groups that 'em and not far distant from Her- A reservational dance is being
ave
far found strength and on's Gate, are its white stone planned for the first part of Au-
"are to take some stand against buildingsa sciuat edifice with a gust. Miss Myra Goodkowsky was
f regime have been the re- tower. The structure is one of the appointed chairman, assisted by
bodies. finest in the Near East and is said Sylvia Wilensky, Mrs. Leo Chai-.
arly, I believe that in the i" excel even the Egyptian State ken and Beck Nash. The following
would be found greater Museum in Cairo. Actual work on chairmen and committees were ap-
1 to live Jewishly by regarding the site commenced on April I, pointed by Miss Sylvia Rayvis,
a it lias always been, than 1931, and it has taken four years | president: Jewish National Fund,
look upon it as a system of cul- and two months to complete. The Ida Safer, chairman, Rosalyn
syst
f"'a' values. buildings cover an area of 900
I if the test should come, sepiare metres and there are large
I1'1' civilization ever to be substi- grounds surrounding it. The inte-
Pte-I tor religion, it would be rior fittings are of modern design:
Pu'i that the Jew himself would i cork linoleum floors, special glass
levitably express his will to live, j showcase's from England and other
f" in terms of a civilization as it features. It is not expected that
ordinarily conceived, but rather this fine museum, pride of the Near
1 a way of life permeated and suf. East, will be officially opened to
l| with religious spirit." the public before the spring of
(Continued on Page 3) 1986.
Daum; Cultural, Mrs. Murry Cross-
man, chairman, Terry Stein, El-
eanor Rubin; Membership, Mrs.
Leo Kupper; Program, Bede Gol-
denblank; Hospitality, Anita Bern-
stein, chairman, Vivian Jacobs;
Publicity, Beck Nash, chairman.
Representatives of the Atlanta
chapter of Junior Hadassah were
present and extended their greet-
ing.
Lee Explains
Law's Savings
Tallahassee Stating Senate- Bill
"s:1 has saved the public treasury
and taxpayers 1.272,000 and does
not affect homestead exemption,
taxpayers' benefits under the Futch
act. nor increase tax millage, State
Comptroller J. M. Lee sent Flor-
ida's county tax assessors a report
; on the much discus-eel law.
Tracing the history of the law
from a meeting of the governor's
i cabinet, March II, 1934, Mr. Lee
quoted from the official minutes of
that body a resolution presented
by c. 1'. Helfenstein, then presi-
dent of the Florida State Press As-
sociation; .Mrs. Marie Holderman,
a past president, and Gilbert Free-j
man, a member of the supervis-
ing committee of the association.
The resolution adopted at a meet-
ing of the association anil its su-
pervising committee, March ll,
outlined the plan to effect the huge
saving pending action by the leg-
islature to correct an error in the
original Futch act.
IK- quoted from the minutes a
motion directing the comptroller
to take steps necessary to effect
the saving and expressing the ap- i
preciation of the state, to the news-
papers for their "evidence- of pub-
lic interest."
"I find that Senate Bill 880,
about which three or four assessors
have- broken into print, is legisla-
tion contemplated by this resolu-
tion, by the board of commissioners
of public institutions and by my-
self as comptroller," adding the
legislation had lieen the subject of
general knowledge and wide com-
ment in the meantime and while
he hadn't known who was respon-
sible for actual progress made, "I,
as comptroller, had expected pas-
sage- of such legislation by the 193G
session.
"This bill has for the years
1033-34 already Baved the public
treasury and taxpayers a sum in
excess of $1,272,000."
"The provisions of Senate Bill
KK0 will in no way affect the
homestead exemption, nor taxpay-
ers' benefits under the Futch act,"
he added, "nor will it affect the!
millage to be levied," and outlined '
reasons, pointing, among other
things, to the supreme court's rul-
ing in the Havana bank case (11C
Fla. 828) as having settled the
question of millage levy and ex-
tension of taxes on state certifi-
cate's, lands, and the fact that
"homestead exemption is the con-
stitutional right of every home
owner and not even an arbi-
trary assessor can deprive a citi-
zen of that right." He pointed out
that an assessor's denial of exemp-
tion is automatically appealed to
the commissioners who, after a
hearing, may overrule the assessor.
Concluding, Comptroller Lee said
"what the bill does do is require
a little more work from public of-
ficials, including the comptroller,
with no additional condensation.
. And ... the 1935 session of
the legislature can boast that in
this one act alone it saved the
public treasury more than four
times the total cost of the entire
session."
Jewish News
Around the
World
Interfaith Body to Be Formed by
Canadians
A national conference of Jews
and Christians in Canada, similar
to that existing in the United
states for the promotion of racial
understanding and suppression of
bigotry and doctrinal prejudice,
will be established in the near fu-
ture as the result of a meeting of
Protestant, Catholic and Jewish ec-
clesiastical dignitaries held in the
Montefiore Club, at Montreal, Can-
ada.
The- meeting was held under the
chairmanship of Rabbi Henry
Stem, and on the suggestion of
Rev. T. W. Jones of Calvary l.'nit-
. d Church. Very Rev. Arthur Car-
lisle, Dean of Montreal, was ap-
pointed chairman of a provisional
committee to study ways and
means of organizing the new in-
stitution.
Those present, at the meeting
included:
Rev. Father Robert Barry of the
''"'*'-, '>' edtuU, Re *.
lb. Everett Clinchy of New York,
director of the National Confer-
ence of Jews and Christians of the
United States; Rabbi Philip Bern-
stein of Rochester, X. V.; Rev. Dr.
F. W. Kerr of St. Andrew's L'nited
church, West mount; Dean Arthur
Carlisle, Rev. David A. MacLen-
nan of Emanuel Church, Montreal;
Dr. C. A. silcox of Toronto, presi-
dent of the Social Service Council
of Canada, and Rev. Dr. A. Lloyd
Smith of Dominion Uougles Church,
We-stmount.
London While British public
opinion i: sharply divided over the
1 nnce of Wales' proposal that a
delegation of British war veterans
visit Germany as a gesture of good
will, .Major Brunei Cohen, treas-
urer of the British Legion (organ-
ization of war veterans), who lost
both legs in the World War, an-
nounced that he would not accom-
pany the delegation to Naziland.
Prague Simultaneously with
the announcement that the Fascist
party was suspending operations
of its own accord, the Fascist press
of Czechoslovakia issued a mani-
festo declaring that henceforth it
would adopt a more friendly atti-
tude toward the Jewish population.
The reason for this sensational
about-face is that the Fascist press
has discovered that the real ene-
mies of Czechoslovakia are not the
Jews but the Nazis.
Dr. Jonas S. Friedenwald of Bal-
timore was awarded a gold medal
for distinguished work in ophthal-
mology at the convention of the
American Medical Association in
Atlantic City. The medal was pre-
sented by Dr. Frederick II. Ver-
hoeff of Boston, before the sec-
tion of opthalmology. Dr. Fried-
enwald, son of Dr. Harry Frieden-
wald, was graduated from the
Johns Hopkins Medical School.



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THE JBWI8H rLOBIDIAN
Page Three
^JeWiStlJICfiCiiafl 55^55 Tampa Notes
down from Jacksonville were Ben
Carnot, Ed Carnot, Morris Leibo-
vitz, Lawrence Schain, Alex Kalis,
, Ira Sacks, Willie Carlton, Harold
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ST. PETERSBURG
RABBI A. S. KLEINFELD
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ORLANDO
IRENE BRA VERM AN
Representative
TAMPA
MRS. M. H. KISLER
Representative
Junior Hadassah unit is plan-
ning a watermelon cutting at Jack-
sonville Beach the evening of Tues-
day, July !), to raise its quota of
the .Mary E. Frank Memorial Fund.
Transportation will be furnished,
all cars leaving the Jacksonville
Jewish ('enter promptly at 8
o'clock.
WEST FLORIDA BUSINESS AGENT
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Complimenting Miss Esther Rol-
lins, popular bride-elect, Mrs. S.
Lasarow and Miss Lee Lasarow
entertained last night in their
home on Dellwood ave. with a
bridge party and china shower.
At the conclusion of several pro-
gressions of bridge a piece of crys-
tal was awarded the holder of high
score at each table.
-Miss Hollins was presented with
Ezzis, Dannie Lipson, X. Carnot,
who played on the team. The girls
The confirmation class of Rodoph w,.,v the Misses Edvth Levine,
Sholom Sunday school held its con-1 Edith Leibovitz, Clara Morgan.
firmation exercises at Rodoph Sho- stern, Thelma Seagal and Miss
lorn Temple recently. The program Bertha Surasky. Chaperons were
began with regular services, the
choir under the direction of Rabbi
Burger. The processional of the
confirmants was followed by the
opening prayer by Margie Segall;
hymn by the confirmants; "Re-
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Chardkoff.
William Weber was buried June
27th at Rodoph Sholom Cemetery,
with services in charge of Rabbi
Burger. Besides his wife, he is
memeber," Mildred Stoun; "Home," survived by three daughters, Mrs.
Steinberg; vocal solo, Mr. R. Bernheim, Mrs. M. Buchman
Bede
Roy Jenkins; recital of the Ten
Commandments by the confirm-
ants; "Israel," Roberta Marks; vo-
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FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1935
Vol. 8No, 27
two vegetable dishes in her chosen
pattern of china as a gift from the \ au> lary
hostesses. She also received many: Kiaa Margje ScRall pregellted
beautiful pieces of china from her
friends.
Late in the evening an ice course
and individual cakes in a bridal de-
sign were served by the hostess,
assisted by Mrs. M. II. Hollins,
Mrs. I. Kd war els, Mrs. Nat Cohen
and Miss Eleanor Hollins.
and Miss Evelyn Weber, all of
Tampa; two slaters, Mrs. J. Kas-
per and Mrs. L. Jacko of New
cal solo, Mr. Sam Verkauf; "Par-1 York City; two sons, Ernest and
ents," Margie Segall; presentation Sam Weber of Tampa. Mr. Weber
of certificates by Mr. David Stein, was a member of Rodoph Sholom
president of the congregation; Temple.
presentation of Bibles by Mrs. A. ______
R. Berger, president of the Ladies' Mr
Abraham A. Finkelstein,
who recently became the director
a of the local Y. M. H. A., is work-
gilt to Rabbi Burger from the fog actively to establish and pop.
lularize the organization. He re-
ceived his first training with the
Y. M. H. A. of 92nd St. and Lex-
ington ave., New York, in the ca-
pacity of asssitant superintendent
and employment secretary, Ik-
was representative of th-,- Jewish
A Much Needed Lesson
Just as was expectt'd, ticket No. 2. the Palestine Labor
ticket, won a decisive victory at the polls throughout the
I nited States last week. On the strength of returns it ap-
pears that the ticket supported by the Zionist Organization
nerica, Hadassah and Order Sons of Zion will only have
I.) delegates to the World Zionist Convention, with 28 dele-
gates going to ticket No. 2. supported by Labor Zionists, and
13 deli-Rales going to the Mi/rachi or religious Zionist group.
The benediction, by Rabbi Adolph
Burger, closed the services.
A reception was held immediate-
ly following the services in the
auditorium of the temple. Those in
the receiving line were Mrs. I. Se-
s Sylvia Kaufman, daughter Sb "l.am^ SLL v'^'v STL*' **
of Mr. and Mrs. William Kaufman ereTSed h71 1*"* ^ ^l* "" Wrld *"'
of New York Citv became the / f?e 8 on88 then was executive director of the
H?" Jack Lan'da, T of %^Z??** ^^ "^7 ^f T' Tft '
and Mrs. i, B. Goldberg of this t* !; ricrated with ;;;;; X ;S^KlStt
L..!l :' r'\^'hh^^ I.....- and White roses and zinnia, J, Z^ZSJ^SSJ^a'Si
spring flowers were used in Y. M. II. A. of Tampa, 1924-25;
auditorium down- supervisor of buys at Brooklyn He-
brew Orphan Asylum and execu-
tive director of the Y. M. n. A. of
morning in the study of Rabbi Is-
rael L, Kaplan, in the presence of
relatives and intimate friends.
Just before her return to this
city last Monday she was the guest
of honor at two parties given by
Mi
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a Mrs. William Kaufman
: for theii daughter with
ami
decorat ing
-tail's.
the
Climaxing a period of growth New Brunswick, X. J.
which has extended over the last
Helen Cohen and M.ss Sylvia thirteen yea-. Essrig's Piece
( i open house Friday
ig in their new building,
wh re two floors now house the
i iew York it appears that ticket No. 1 was given an unusual j i'ai'v June 22 '" li;,,jr large i ... ive fabric I
in the south.
RADIO
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rebuke in that in the city of its president, Mr. Rothenberg, it
I the lowest number of votes of the three tickets.
I his brings us to an analysis which shows that the Gen-
eral Zionists selling the highest number of shekels (required
i vote), 85,000 polled only 1254% of that number in votes,
Mizrachi, selling 13,300, polled sixty per cent of that
number in votes, and Labor, selling 32,000, polled seventy per
cent of the vote. Let it be remembered that the General
Zionists had for its slogan dujring the campaign "Palestine
Above Parties."
1 ork, and u h<-it he
lie in r i
how i with flower

A eakfasl in the Gold-
i lome i the ceremony
morning.
Rabbi S. M, inder
friends and cus- al
* M- Essrig, u,,l preach ove. [i
Mr. I.,-,:,, their .aughter, Mis* ,,. n Sunday
Shirley Lssrig, and their son, Mar- ,, "Checking Crime.' The
vm- l:"'- "- P'esented to all mon m ,,,..,, with ,|u, gtartlin
1 CB,Hn* '' -,vin Sals" : voth
'""'v' "'"' Mla otte Cracowa- pPj80ns and the method
in
saving
Mrs. Ernest Horwita of Atlanta
is spending the week at Neptune
-..., ...... ,.,u,,.,.e u.,un,a- prisons and the method of saving
( ner. Ihe Ingley Trio furnished our youtn ,-,, a ; -, uf crime ]n
music for the evening. The people addition to the sermon there will
attend the Institute of Humane
Relations at Williams College, Wil-
iamstown, Mass., August 2lth to
dare say will never approve its high handed methods and
its pussy-footing policies.
Evidence of lack of interest in Zionism throughout
Florida, with the exception of occasional revivals here and August 30th.
there, is so apparent throughout this state that it cannot --------
even be doubted. In the Greater Miami area, we venture to The Workman circle Woman's
state that there arc not ten paid members of the Zionist dis- Club sponsored a bridge party in <
trict. Why? Is it bcausc Jews of this area are not interested the clubhouse Thursday night. The
in Zionism? No! arrangements committee included
Rabbi Adolph Burger, rabbi of
Rodoph Sholom Temple, has left
on his vacation and will be gone
one month. lie plans to motor
through the state of Florida.
Dr. Goldenson attributed the new
interpretation of Judaism "more
than anything else" to Zionism,
and added:
"I doubt very much whether any-
I one would seriously have argued
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Waltzer re- for this new conception of Judaism
turned from their wedding trip to if it had not been for the prac-
\bout two years ago we directed the attention of our Mis. P. Puldey, .Mrs. Charles Miami and Havana and are at tical problems raised by the Zion-
home to their friends at the De 1st movement, constituted, as it is,
Soto apartments. Mrs. Waltzer was of many elements that are not par-
Miss Til lye SimovitZ before her ticularly attached to Judaism as a
marriage. religion.
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Miss Adel Saltzman and Mr. and ular, the racial, and the purely na-
Mrs. Max Saltzman and two tionalistic, as well as the religious,
readers to the high handed "en camera" methods of the Freidman and Mrs. Joseph Witten.
local district ... to the fact that just a handful of men were Table and special prizes were
tailed to the meeting that the self-styled leaders elected awarded and refreshments served.
themselves to office and then asked the public to contribute
-. the attention of Mr. Rothenberg. president of the Zionist
Organization of America, was called to this fact but the
usual autocratic, pussy-footing policies of the Zionist execu-
tive prevailed ... a courteous letter of acknowledgment was
received that Mr. Rothenberg was away from the office ...
Md that was the last of it the result: the slow but never-
theless complete disintegration of the Zionist organization
>f America in this area.
Perhaps ... as the result of last week's polls and defi-
nite, determined verdict from Zionists, our high and mighty
Zionist organization will quit straddling the fence .. perhaps
they will recognize the fact that the people's will must be
respected if the organization is to succeed ...
It is high time that a strong, virile, pulsating Zionist
organization be effected throughout the state of Florida .
particularly in Greater Miami ... it is time that self-anoint-
ed priests and apostles of autocracy be dethroned .
Palestine is too vital a force in Jewish life today to be
Permitted to stifle anywhere, no matter how small the com-
munity may be ... we call upon the Jews of Florida to realize
he message at the polls as a call to arise from their lethargy
to assert themselves and to make of Florida a real stand-
ard bearer in the ranks of the followers of Palestine.
of Jacksonville are spending the
summer at Jacksonville Beach.
daughters, of Chicago, 111., are vis- aspects of Zionism that civilization
Mr. anil Mrs. Max Rubin of iting friend, in Tanl|)a. is offert.(, as a grcat am| non.com.
Jacksonville, who are occupying for mita, catc(rory t0 inclu(k> them a
The Jewish Progressive Club of Perhaps civilization as a sancti n
Jacksonville played the Tampa Y. for the movement is nothing more
M. II. A. team at the Y. M. H. A. than eulogistic rationalism of the
picnic, which took place Sunday, mere fact that Jews as Jews want
June 30th, at Temple Terrace. I a national existence of their own.
The boys and girls who motored "It should be added that there
apartments, have as their guests
Mr. and Mrs. Laser Klepper and
daughter, Miss Bernice, and son,
Raphael, of Jacksonville. Mrs.
Klepper is Mrs. Rubin's sister. Ad-
ditional guests arriving Sunday
will be their nephew, Earl Hirsh,
Washington, D. C.
Miss Miriam Safer, bride-elect
of July, was the honoree at a din-
ner and bridge given by the Tri-M
Club at the Carling hotel Sunday.
Miss Safer was the recipient of a
console set matching her selection
of crystal.
The president, Miss Edith Ber-
man, also took this occasion to
welcome Misses Ida Biscow, Mir-
iam Carlton and Ruth Lipson, new
members, into the club.
After dinner me guests enjoyed
several rubbers of bridge. Win-
ners were Misses Miriam Safer,
Lee Lasarow and Miriam Ezzes.
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is a special reason why Judaism
as a religion tends to be less and
less emphasized in connection with
the Palestinian venture, while the
so-called cultural aspects of the
Jewish contributions are stressed
more and more. That reason is
that religion, particularly the high
reaches of it, attained by the
prophets of Israel, tends to be uni-
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THB JKWISH FLORIDIAN
Blabbi Adolph Burger of Tampa
Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld of St.
Ltersburg are spending several
Lks in Miami Beach on their va-
ftion.
*
IHi'th David Sisterhood is spon-
jing its annual all day picnic on
Lday, July 21st, at Hardie's Ca-
lio. Luncheon and supper will
served, featuring home cooking.
L public is urged to attend.
[cker and towels will be only 15c.
i-. ,1. Engler is chairman of the
mmittee in charge of arrange-
lenis.

The wedding ceremony uniting in
. Miss Tillye Predinger,
ughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W.
r of this city, to Mr. Paul
bin of Yonkers, N. V., will be
eninized next Sunday, July 7th,
:; p. in. at the home of the bride
the presence <>f the immediate
, of tb<' family. Miss 1'red-
, will be given in marriage
; lather. She will be at-
l by her sister, Margie, aa
;. honor. Mr. Al Feldman
best man. The wedding
knh will be played by Mrs. Al-
. Mrs. Barney Kraft will
Love You Truly." Rabbi
Washer of the Miami Jew-
o lox Congregation will of-
Out-of-town guests who
nd are Mr, and Mrs. L. S.
i ine and daughter, Shirley,
Moss and Dr. Alfred
, all of Tampa. A re-
.. l lie given at the home
. i's parents, 1056 S. \V.
5 from 8 to 11 p. m. Sun-
h all friends are invited
:. X i raids have been
Page Fiw
: ck Ante and children left
to spi ml the summer \ is-
ents in Brooklyn, X. Y,

lal shower was tendered
Predinger, bride-elect.
| lit by Mrs. Sam Au
l eona Rose at the home
p (.it:- were arranged
a large umbrella with
in pink and green lend-
a shower effect. Bridge and
were played and prizes
I id to Miss Betty Green-
Bee ie Wernikoff and
P An ice
served at a late hour,
i color scheme
: >l out in the r<
H decorations.
S. M. Machtei officiated
aj at the Brith Milahj
of Mr. and Mrs, Joseph
at the Good Samaritan Hos-
i Palm Beach. Rabbi
I mg. B< th El, West
| ;:, took part in the nam-
t mony.
*
irriage of Miss Ruth Son-
tag, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
David Sontag, to Dr. Leo R. Kup-
per, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Kup-
per, took place Sunday evening at
the Coral Gables Country Club in
the presence of several hundred rel-
atives and friends.
Rabbi Julius Washer performed
the ceremony under the traditional
canopy held by Leonard Beldner,
George Kaplan, Milton Kleinman
and Hc?bert Klein. Mrs. Sam Res-
nick sang "I Love You Truly" be-
fore the entrance of the bridal
party.
The bride was given in marriage
by her parents and her grand-
mother, Mrs. P. Orlich of Boston.
Dr. Kupper's parents gave him in
marriage. Mrs. Walker Falken-
stein, sister of Dr. Kupper, was
matron of honor and Miss Phyllis
Sontag was maid of honor. The
ushers wen Dr. J. Alexander, Dr.
Merman Mechlowitz, Dr. X'orman
Rubin, Walter Falkenstein, Dr. I.
Gordon, Albert Sontag, Moe Rau-
i zin and Leon Kassewitz. Nat Kup-
per was best man.
The bride wore a gown of white
I suede laee. Her veil was draped
halo effect and she carried a sheaf
of calla lilies. Mrs. Falkenstein
more an empire gown of
iimus-eline do .ie, an.I MX- Son-
tag wore a costume of tea rose
crepe.
Tho bride's mother wore blue lace
and her grandmother wore a gown
of printed chiffon. Mrs. Kupper's
costume was fashioned of iris atin.
After a motor tour of the -oinh-
ern state-. Dr. (Clipper anil his
bride v. II residi in .Miami, where
he conducts a practice of dentistry.
.Mrs. Kupper graduated
Miami Senior lli-h school anil at-
I the University of M
Dr. Kupper graduated from the
Atlanta Si uthi i 11 il co
J. C. Richmond and
E. Marcus, aunl 9 of the bi i
B among the 0Ut-of-
town guests.


What happens when a timid little J A
clerk is mistaken for a desperate j
criminal is depicted in "The Whole
Town's Talking," the fast moving,
exciting Columbia comedy-drama
which opens its run at the Tivoli
Theatre Sunday. Edward G. Rob-
inson is cast in the starring role
of Arthur Jones, the harassed book-
keeper whose life is transformed
by his resemblance to Killer Man-
nion.
Seventh Avenue Theatre next Sun-
day and Monday.
The natal state of these screen
personalities can take additional
pride in the fact that Slim Sum-
merville, also in this rich comedy,
came as a boy to live with an aunt
in Oklahoma, and then ran away
ti make his fortune.
1 'r, anck, winni 1
prize in physics in 1925 and
if the leading | in the
I, has bee n app linted prof s-
sor of physics at John? lb
University, where he will a
ities in the fall. Dr. Franek
ned his posl at Go 1 Uni.
.re- of I
when the Nazii 11...... to power.
AIs 0 aff< cl ed by I hi 1 e emblam
li < lolum-
who supplii the ro-
t in "The Whole
Town's Talking." A the incon-
l i Unas little clerk, Robinson was
: to pop the question, but he
necessary courage from
the notoriety thai clutters up his
1 ;ien the desperado e 1

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II of being the home town of
Will I. and of Rochelle Hud-
son, who plays the feminine ro-
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tu "Lif Begins at 10," at the
Appointment of Benjamin V, C -
ben to the Securities Commission
wa reported planned by President
Roosevelt after < nactment of the
Utilities Holding Company bill. Mr.
Cohen would fill the vacancy cre-
ated by the resignation of Ferdi-
nand Pecora. He helped draft the
1933 Securities Acl and the 1934
Exchange Regulati >n Acl and
al o the pending utility bill.
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invited. There "ill be no further
business meetings of the Sister-
hood until the fall, though the sew-
ing circle will meet regularly. The
next affair sponsored by the or-
ganization will be an all day picnic
in Mai lii's Casino. Sunday, July
Mih. with Mrs. Mayer Daum in
of arrangements. Hot and
. 0id ., ah will !>< served at rea-
. pri( es. The public i> urged
g ments to attend
the : i> nic that day.

- lay i .'nine offici
: V. M. II. A. will he of-
inducted into office at a
Palatial Kosher
r aurant. A membi rs and their
- are m- it< I to attend. An
. ate progiam of entertain-
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ment has been airani;ed. Ti,
Kanization is composed of I
Jewish boys and girls who ?1
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