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

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

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

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University of Florida
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THE JEWISH UNITY
FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLf
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MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER li. l!t:t:,
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Strictly
Confidential
Idhits From Everywhere
Chief Rabbi
Kook Dies
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
I nes1 Resignation
I kere is an inside story in con-
I foti with the reported resigna-
of Dr. Magnes from the chan-
I rship of the Hebrew Univor-
I Dr. Einstein and Dr. Chaira
I kmann regard Dr. Magnes as
I wrong man for his high posi-
I Einstein believes that the
| Jew University should give an
rtunity to research workers
more than to regular stu-
Thus far 75 per cent of the
Is for the university have been
lided by the Warburg family,
I believe in Magnes unreserved-
lit is an open secret, however,
the financial burden of the
Disity is too heavy for any
|e individual or family. That
real reason why Magnes may
Impelled to relinquish his post
to open new sources of rev-
for the institution.
B
If Literary Digest's 1936 map
k U. s. s. li. labels Biro Bid-
| "Jewish Autonomous Terri-
The banquet which the
tican Committee tor the Set-
fent of German Jewish Refu-
I in the U. S. S. R. (the name
Jlllost as long as the Jewish
ury in the Far East is big)
aiming to tender to the Soviet
usador to the U. S. A. hangs
tc balance. Some timid souls
that diplomatic relations be-
ll the two countries will be
gated before the fall .
is a lot of talk that Gov-
Lehman would prefer a sen-
|al toga to a third term in
piy We hear that Justice
1). Brandeis will retire from
kupreme Court before the next
Idential election is over .
tmator Borah gets the Re pub-
nomination for president,
Den S. Wise, normally a Hem
I. might just as well remain
llirnpc lie's a close friend
1 admirer of the Idaho liberal
J would probably not care to
lort any other candidate.
sh Queen
Jews of Belgium, mourning
pagic death of Queen Astrid,
[also pray for her as a de-
dant of Jews. Pierre Van
pen told us quite some time
that Astrid was of Jewish or-
She comes by her Jewish an-
\y through being a member of
Swedish Bernadotte family,
Ih was founded by the Jewish
fndottes, Napoleon's bankers.
of the Bernadottes received
Swedish throne from the little
oral as a reward.
Ie Door
soph Schfldkraut is in New
K making arrangements for the
luction of "Tomorrow Is a Hol-
l" The play is from the pen
J-eo Perutz and is the hit of
[season in Vienna. Berlin ruled
lut because of its Jewish au-
hip. In New York the play
have in its cast Kurt Bois,
(Continued on Page 6)
Jerusalem (WN'S-I'alcor Agency)
Rabbi Abraham Isaac Ben Sal-
man Ha-Kohen Kook, chief rab-
bi of Palestine, representing the
Ashkenazic Jews, died here of can-
cer at the age of 70.
When the news spread that the
rabbi's condition was serious anx-
ious crowds gathered about the
building. Rabbis, scholars and
Yeshiva Bachurim flocked to the
Wailing Wall to pray, while spe-
cial prayer services were held in
synagogues, yeshivoth and talmudi
torali.
Rabbi Kook's last official act
was performed three days before
his death, when, in reply to an in-
quiry from a group of American
rabbis, lie wrote a ruling forbid-
ding "the marriage condition" to
those who held that the husband's
absence from his wife for four
years constitutes sufficient grounds
tor divorce.
The Jewish National Council
and the Jewish Agency for Pales-
tine ordered the closing of all
schools as a sign of mourning, and
called upon the public to refrain
from attending any places of en-
tertainment. The funeral proces-
sion started from the late Chief
Rabbi's home, which was built for
him by Harry Fishel, New York
Jewish philanthropist.
Regarded by many as the most
beloved Jewish figure in the world
today, Rabbi Kook, although an
Orthodox spiritual leader, had the
respect and affection of all ele-
ments among Jews, including the
radicals, lie was one of the most
active figures in the life of Pal-
estine, to whose upbuilding during
the past thirty years he contrib-
uted enormously. His first spir-
itual post in Palestine, to which ho
came in 1904, was at Jaffa. It
was at that time that he and a
tew other Jews started to build
what is now the city of Tel Aviv
on the sand dunes on the outskirts
of Jaffa, a city which now has a
population of 125,000.
Although very orthodox, Rabbi
Kook on many occasions went to
the defense of the young pioneers
of Palestine who were being
charged with irreligiosity. He felt
that in the rebuilding of Palestine
the work of the pioneers was so
sacred that it was in itself an act
of reverence.
His views on fundamental reli-
gious laws were sought from all
over the world. He was a prolific
author, having published a long
series of works devoted to various
phases of religious law, scientific
commentaries on Hebrew lore and
a biography of his father-in-law,
the late Chief Rabbi Rabbino-
witsch-Teomim of Jerusalem.
Born in 1865 in Griva, near
Dvinsk, Kurland (Latvia), Rabbi
Kook was a pupil of Rabbi Rab-
binowitsch-Teomin. In 1888 he be-
came rabbi at Scheime, Lithuania,
and in 1897 he went to Bausk, in
Kurland.
After he came to Palestine he
took a prominent part in the pub-
lic affairs of the new Jewish com-
munity. In 1914 he journeyed to
Europe to take part in a world
(Continued on Page G)
Jewish News
Around the
World
Report Yayda-Vocvod's Parly
Eliminating Anti-Semitism
Bucharest (WNS)Former Pre-
mier Alexander Vayda-Voevod is
reported to be reorganizing his
Roumanian Front Party and in the
process of reorganization is said
to lx' eliminating anti-Semitism
from the party's program. Vayda-
Voevod was recently expelled from
the National Peasant Party be-
cause of his anti-Semitic activities.
At tin1 annual convention of the
Christian National Party in Kish-
inev, Prof. Alexander Cuza, anti-
Semitic leader, demanded that the
Roumanian government forbid such
foreign^ Jewish organizations as
the CRT and the ICA to engage in
any activities in Roumania and
called on the government to con-
fiscate the ICA colonies in Rou-
mania.
Herman Bernstein Lights From
Dies Suddenly Shadowland
Boycott Ruined Leipzig Trade Pair
Berlin (WNS)The closing of
the annual Leipzig fall trade fair
has again revealed that the boy-
cott has made this once world-fa-
mous mart a complete failure.
Even the Nazi press admits that
the number of buyers from abroad
was disappointingly small. The
fair's records show that this year's
business was '!.'! per cent less than
in 1934,
Sheffield, Mass. (WNS)Her-
man Bernstein, noted newspaper-
man and former United States
minister to Albania, died suddenly
at his summer home here. He was
68 years old.
Born in Russia on September 21,
1876, Bernstein came to America
while Still B boy, and soon entered
the newspaper world here. Begin-
ning with his first position as spe-
cial correspondent in Europe for
the New York Times in 1908, he
quickly achieved a high reputation
for bis newspaper work. His ex-
posure of the secret correspondence
between the German kaiser and
the Russian czar was recognized
as the outstanding newspaper
-coop of the world war era.
Bernstein was one of the found-
ers of The Hay, Yiddish daily, and
served as editor of the Jewish
Tribune and other Jewish papers.
His exposure of the "Protocols of
the Elders of Zion" and his libel
suit against Henry Ford during
the time of the letter's anti-Se-
mitic activity made him one of the
outstanding figures in American
Jewry.
By LOUIS PEKARSKY
(So\en Arts Hollywood Corre-
spondent)
He Is Still Tops
That Eddie Cantor still rates
billing as public entertainer No. l,
as the Emanu-El of San Francisco
BUggestS, is shown by the fact that
he performed with Parkyakakas
and Rubinoff before 15,000 persons
per day for seven days for the rec-
ord-breaking sum of $15,000 for
that engagement at a local thea-
tre. People stood in line for two
blocks waiting to get into the the-
atre. Did you say there was a
depression?
Polish Courts to Decide Legality
of Anti-Nazi Boycott
Warsaw (WNS)The Polish
courts are now faced with a
ticklish legal tangle involving a
Jewish merchant's refusal to pay
for ., shipment of German goods
which he sent back. M. Skuritin-
ski, a Jewish sugar dealer, ordered
a lot of sugar from Leipzig short-
ly before Hitler came into power.
When it was delivered after the
advent of the Nazi regime came
into power he returned it. The
Leipzig firm is now demanding
payment for the sugar. The Jew-
ish merchant's defense is that the
Nazis forbid trading with Jewish
firms, while the Leipzig sugar
dealers contend that Skuritinski's
refusal to pay is a violation of
the recent Polish decree outlawing
the anti-Nazi boycott.
Zionists Elect
New Leader
British Labor Condemns Nazi War
on Jews
London (WNS)Fascism and
Nazism in all their forms and the
persecution of the Jews in Ger-
many were vigorously condemned
by the annual congress of the Brit-
ish trades unions.
San Francisco Hadassah to Plant
Palestine Tree in Rogers' Memory
Lucerne, SwitzerlandThe nine-
teenth World Zionist Congress
ended Wednesday after the elec-
tion of Dr. Chaim Weizmann, vet-
eran leader of the movement, as
president of the world Zionist or-
ganization.
Only six votes were cast against
Dr. Weizmann. Former President
Nahum Sokoloff was unanimously
named honorary president.
The congress adopted a resolu-
tion against "systematic depriva-
tion of the rights of Jews in Ger-
many, which undermines their
moral and material position."
The German delegation to the
congress unanimously toted
against the resolution, declaring it
did not constitute a "constructive
plan" to meet the situation of Jews
in the third reich.
The resolution was introduced
by Dr. Stephen S. Wise of New
York as chairman of the Diaspora
political committee.
Not Musically Inclined
A secretary who was not up on
her music upset the equilibrium of
the entire music department at
Paramount recently. As an 80-
piece orchestra prepared to record
background music for Cecil B. Dc-
Mille's newest picture, a memoran-
dum from the great director was
received. It stated: -Be sure the
music is not 240." Unable to un-
derstand the message, the orches-
tra leader called De.Mille, who ex-
plained that he had dictated to the
secretary: "Be sure the music is
nol too forte."
Fast Song Writers
Give -Mack Cordon and Harry
Revel a popular phrase and in
about half an hour they'll turn
out a hit song. This famous song
writing team wrote four songs for
a new picture, all based on a com-
mon and often used phrase, such
as "From the top of your head to
the tip of your toes," "It takes
two to make a bargain," "Without
a word of warning." If you think
song writing doesn't pay. just let
us remind you that la-! year these
two Jewish buys wrote nine songs,
ales of which exceeded mole
than KIO.UIKl copies each. Cordon
and Revel write 2*'> per cent of tin1
nation's most popular song hits.
That's something to try out on
your piano.
New York (WNS)The San
Francisco chapter of Hadassah is
planting an evergreen tree in mem-
ory of the late Will Rogers in the
George Washington Forest in the
Plain of Esdarelon, Palestine, it
was announced here by Hadassah
headquarters.
New Laws for
German Jewry
Berlin (WNS)The legal status
of German Jews under the Nazi
regime is expected to be regular-
ized in new legislation to be an-
nounced by Chancellor Hitler at
the Nazi party congress, opening
in Nuremberg on September 10, it
was learned here. Broadly speak-
ing, the new anti-Jewish laws will
definitely deprive Jews of German
citizenship and relegate them to
the position of subjects, outlaw-
marriages between Jews and non-
Jews, legalize and extend the cul-
tural and professional ghetto de-
crees and expand the existing reg-
ulations against trading with or
selling to Jews.
A I-Letter Man
Phillip Reed (his real name is
Milton LcRoy) was a 4-letter man
at Erasmus Hall in Brooklyn, N.
Y. He displayed great prowess as
a football, tennis, basketball and
soccer player. He was a member
of Sigma Alpha Phi. Phil also
played the violin in the school or-
chestra, sang in the glee club and
took part in dramatics. After a
year at Cornell University, study-
ing engineering, Reed decided his
future was in the theatre and not
in engineering. When he left Cor-
nell to seek a stage job he wet to
work for a stock company in Ho-
boken, N. J., where, as he tells
us, he was "overpaid to the ex-
tent of $10 per week." But let
any Hollywood producer try to get
him for that amount nowadays.
A New Star
When Binnie Barnes, flame-
haired British actress, returns to
Universal Studios in the near fu-
ture, she will be cast in her first
starring role, we learned yester-
day.


Pa pc Two
THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAX
Friday, September ,-,
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation is sponsoring a benefit
bridge at the Mrs. Na-
than Adelman, 1421 Firsl
Sunday evening, Septembei
ck. Assisting
Mrs. A l< will be
Mrs. Max Ra t. Pi izes will
an i
refreshmi nts "ill ed. The
public is '' id.
Ri | da I i day night Bervi
; Israel, Miami's B
m, 137 N. E. Nineteenth
. at 8:15 o'clock, Rabbi Jacob H.
an officiating. Dr. Kaplan is
ning to Miami this week,
having attended tin- three
-. Institute of Public Affairs,
Ministers' Conference at I
I a! Seminary and the In-
Human Relations. He
will speak on each one later in the
son.
*
Gala preparations are being
made for the Beth David S
dance to be held this coming
Sunday. & | I ml I I 8th, at the
Palm Ciub. The affair will
at '' p. m. and, in adi
to the usual dancing that will be
enjoyed, the arrangi c rnimit-
a< arranged for some of the
n w a\
in this an efforl
ing made to make this
landing on in I al rtal cir-
Ii ge of arrangements
is a ting of Mrs.
Sol Rol Mrs. Harry
ant, Mr. H. Palmer
August. Ticket- of
. which are only s '
aim d at Palm-
,\ novel feature was the presenta-
, oft, -,t lion of very amusing gift pack-
Next Monday. September B
2.30 p, ,., the Miami Chapter of '
H
complimentary tea ^ ^ gh Holy day8 at Beth
to Miss Krohn.
ingements for seating dur-
was sent to the Miami Chamber J
Commerce, to be applii
lief work.
Mrs. Marry I. Kerzin anddaoA
ter, Joyce, of Miami Beach '..
turned to the city after spend;.,
their vacation in the North.
*
Charles Rosengarten and
ter returned to the C
combined business and p]
trip in the North.
*
Hayes Woo.
,'lce-pr,
Chamber (
Commerce, and past exalted
of the .Miami Lodge, 1!. I', (j. F.lk<
. .v.. ana --.'. *u will speak next Wednesda
Kotkin. Mrs. I Cohei will spating committee will be at the ning to the members and gum
Synagogue, beginning next Sunday of the Young Men's Hebrew ,\ .
man; >wl ml\ ,.,. Ackerman, Sam Seit-1tl
Mesdames Frit n .,,, A,. Kronenfeld. Prices
kay Hohause. ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ g fcw
nthal ami l.ertiudc .^ ^ ^ ^ %2m Th(,
immi
of M> -
lunniing.
I
Special Jewish Section. Hurdine's. Fourth
Floor.
Just Arrived!
. i
English waol anklets
Canary, Wine
Brown, Camel
Navy, While
Copenhagen
Use them fc Is of sports wear. .
or v/ear them just to be comfortable and
cooler. Sizes range frcm 10 to 12.
Ml- I I UM-:il\c.v -nil.1.1 I LOOK
ciation at its clubrooms on "0;.
ganization and Unity."
*
The Radio Synagog, for theft*
dame- All Be" Margo-
lis, Lena Harry Markowitz junjor Hadassah is sponsoring a
and Roland Granat. A mus al nove] gtuoj0 party next Monday
" will i">del evening, September 9th, at 81 time in its history, will condw;
the direction of Mrs. Dan Cromer. L.clock .,, lhl. home ,,, Miss Sylvia High Holy day service-. Kosh Hj.
Guest speaker of the evening will Rayvigl 1736 s. W. Eleventh st.
be Mrs. Isidor Weinstein. All Jew- ,;, sls wjj] attend in costumes,
irea are invited Decorations and refreshments will
iid and ai ised < very carry nut the color scheme of the

Accoi ling to an announcemenl
b committee of the
. | B
tion. seal I the High Holidays
studio. Prizes will lie awarded for
game and contest, winners. In
charge of arrangements is a com-
mittee with Mi-.- Rosalyn Daum
as chairman, assisted by the Misses i. broadcast, and will be conduct*
Ida Safer, Anita Silverman and according to the traditional ritn
in every detail.
shono and Yom Kippur at Lubw
London Arms Hotel, Miami Beat-
with Rabbi s. M. Machtei conduc-
ing the services and a prnmir.er
cantor chanting. Beginning Se
tember lath, a seating committq
will be at the hotel everyday;
-ell seats. The services will n<;
may from any mem- Ida Engler. Further information
ting of may be obtained from any mem-
il. M. Drevich, Max Mint- ber of the committee or by phon-
zer and Milton Wi iner. Seats will
$5 an i s:;, with provision
g those unable
- a--. Cantor P.oris !"-l at the High Holy day services I
. man, who is well known in at Beth David Congregation will
hi- area for hi- fine voice and be a choir under the direction of
le chanting of the liturgy, will Benjamin Marcus, formerly of
Rabbi Julius Washer during Machtenberg's famous choir of
ing 2-2489.
*
Assisting Cantor Nathan Wroo-
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the High Holiday services. Ail
members and those expecting to
attend the services are urged to
make their reservations as soon
a- possible. Slichos services will
New York,
choir will be
issue.
Thi' personnel of the
announced in our next
Rabbi ami Mrs. Julius Washer
be held at 11 p. m. Saturday. Sep- are expected to return to the city
tember 21st, when Rabbi Washer
will preach briefly prior to the
chanting of the midnight -ervice
by Cantor Slachman.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H. Traeger
'of Washington. 1). C. are visiting
their parents. Mr. and Mis. Hyman
! Traeger, at their home at 1001 S.
\Y. Fifteenth ave. Mr-. Traeger
is the former Miss Ruth Falken-
Btein, well known among the
younger Bet of this city. They ex-
to return by motor to their
home the latter part of this week.
*
At a meeting of the V. M. H. A.
held Wednesday night reports of
the barbecue ami dai.ee given last
Sunday night si :. had been
successful. Mr. li. Albert Pallott,
chairman of the annual dance, re-
ported that the affair would be
held at the Miami Beach Golf and
Country club the night of Wednes-
day, December I. 1935. During the
evening Miss Harriet Tobin enter-
tained wit! ai selec-
tions, Cantor Boris Schlachman
sang and Mr. Joseph Greenberg
was hoard in a number of Yiddish
impersonations. Following the en-
tertainment refreshments
served.
today after having spent several
months in the North.
*
Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith,
Miami's B'nai B'rith Lodge, was
one of the first local organizations
to contribute towards the relief of
the Btorm sufferers of the Florida
key- during Monday's hurricane.
The sum of S2.'i from its relief fund
Sun.-Mon., Sept. H-9
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 6, 1935
Vol. 8No. 36
A Loss to Jewry
The death of Rabbi Abraham Kook. Chief Rabbi of Pal-
estine, comes at a time when Israel can ill spare such leaders.
IRecently the death of Rabbi Sacerdotti of Italy, a dose friend
of Mussolini, by whom he was honored and respected, caused
I a loss to Jewry which we are just beginning to realize.
The loss of Rabbi Kook. a close and respected friend of
I English officialdom, who was respected not only for his
I learning, but for the example he set by his living, comes ;it
a time when important decisions affecting Palestine are in
(he making. His wise counsel, enhanced by his knowledge
lof human nature, and his ability as a diplomat will all he
missed.
Habbi Kook served his people wherever he was. Of par-
ticular pride is the close association of Rabbi Kook during
his service as Rabbi of the City of Hausk in Latvia, with this
[editor's grandfather, who succeeded Rabbi Kook when he
[went to Palestine.
It may be said of Rabbi Kook. as of all good men. that
llhough he may be dead, his life, his memory, his example,
will live on forever.
STATEWIDE NEWS
ft :
Jacksonville News Tampa Notes
Rabbi Israel L. Kaplan of the
Jacksonville Jewish Temple re-
turned to the city last week after
an absence of two months, during
which time he attended religious
and educational conferences,
concluded its sessions Friday night.
During his stay Rabbi Kaplan
attended the Institute of Public
Affairs at the University of Vir-
ginia in Charlottesville. He came
to Jacksonville direct from the In-
stitute of Human Relations, which
Rabbi Kaplan visited in New
York City, where he was in at-
tendance at a ministers' confer-
ence held in the Union Theolog
ical Seminary.
He was accompanied on his trips
by Mrs. Kaplan and their daugh-
ter, Louise.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Weiss announce
the birth of a sen. Frank Joseph,
on Friday, August 23, In St. Lukes
Hospital. Mrs. Weiss, prior to her
marriage, was .Miss Cecilia Fried-
man.
Mrs. Mack Leitman and family
have moved t" Jacksonville, where
Mr. Leitman is engaged in the tire
business.
Mrs. L. Peretzman, Miss Rose
Peretzman, Eunice and Mi. .lack
Morris are spending a few weeks
in Atlanta visiting friends and rel-
atives.
Herman Bernstein
Herman Bernstein's death is a shock to his numerous
friends and admirers. He was comparatively yoiJngin his
fate fiftiesand immersed in his literary work when his
heart failed. Despite his apparent placidity, his was a rest-
lees nature. His colorful adventures as foreign correspond-
ent for the New York Times, the New York Herald and other
great American newspapers far from stilled his hunger for
exciting experiences. It was Bernstein who was the moving
spirit in the founding of the Yiddish daily. The Day. It was
ibo Herman Bernstein who for quite some time edited the
American Hebrew and the Jewish Tribune. In his spare
lime he sued Henrv Ford for libela suit which eventually
resulted in Ford's public apology for his anti-Semitic ac-
tivities.
Hermnn Bernstein's comprehensive refutation of the
rotocols of the Elders of Zionhis last bookhas proved
most useful work at this time.
After a successful diplomatic career under President
loover as envov to Albania, Herman Bernstein returned to
s country about two years ago. determined to devote his
lime to writing. He had much to write, for few journalists
lave had the same opportunities to see the world and meet
interesting personalities. By his death the Jewish world
pses a conscientious worker, and the country a gifted jour-
kalist.
pi| Anti-Semitic Paper Reappears
London (WNS)The anti-Se-
ptic paper, Al Hedaya, published
Bagdad, Iraq, has resumed pub-
cation under the name of Lissan
Hedaya, in order to circumvent
government ban on the paper,
pcording to word received here.
Its new guise the paper is con-
nuing its violent attacks on the
pws, devoting much space to vio-
tirades against the Zionists
1,1 to defending the Nazis for
Nr war on the Jews. The paper
lls on the Mohammedans to em-
[ate the Nazis. Other reports re-
ceived here say that many Jews
have recently been arrested in
Iraq.
Gottheil and Reich to Represent U.
S. at Orientalists' Congress
Washington, D. C. (WAS)Dr.
Richard J. H. Gottheil of Colom-
bia University and Dr. Nathaniel
j. Reich of Dropsie College will
officially represent the United
States at the International Con-
gress of Orientalists at Home,
September 28 and 29, it was an-
nounced here.
Mrs. Malvina Grunthal, 86,
widow of Isador Crrunthal anil pio-
neer Jacksonville citizen, died at
Philadelphia, Pa.
Mrs. Grunthal moved to Phila-
delphia seven years ago after liv-
ing here for more than 50 years,
during which time she was promi-
nent in all charity and civic af-
fairs.
Surviving her are four daugh-
ters. Mrs. Anna Solomon, Jackson-
ville, and Mrs. Jake Bamberger;
Mrs. Amson Myerson and Mrs.
Clara Goodman, all of Philadel-
phia; seven grandchildren, Mrs.
Miii'v L. Lerner, Rochester, N. V.;
Dr. Leonard II. Grunthal, Mrs. Jo-
seph M. GHckstein and Mrs. Her-
man Rosenblum, all of Jackson-
ville, and Mrs. Sam Silvcrman,
David P. Myerson, jr., and Miss
Marjorie Myerson, all of Philadel-
phia, and nine great-grandchildren.
The body will lie brought to
Jacksonville for funeral services,
after which it will be placed in the
family mausoleum in Temple Cem-
I'terv.
Mr. Isidore Davis has left for
Cornwall, Canada, where he will
be the guest of his brother-in-law
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Horowitz,
Mrs. Jacob Winner and sons,
Harvey and Ted. have returned
after a two months' trip to Cleve-
land. Pittsburgh, New York and
Providence. In Westerly, R. I.,
Mrs. Wittner was the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Solomon.
Mrs. M. II. Kisler has left for
Brooklyn, N. V., where she will
visit her parents. Mr. and Mrs. S.
Mellinger, also to attend the Bar
Mitzvah of her nephew, Herman
Kasser, which will take place the
7th and 8th of September in
Brooklyn.
West Palm Beach
Miss Florence Schutzer, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Schutzer. left Wednesday morning
for a week's visit with friends in
Fort Pierce.
Miss Beatrice Davidson and
Miss Ruth Glasser have returned
to their homes in West Palm
Beach after a nine weeks' vacation
spent in .New York, making their
stay at the Broadmore Hotel
Apartments while there.
Mr. Arthur Schoen departed for
a few weeks' stay in New York to
join Mrs. Schoen, who is now there
for the past several weeks.
Mi. Abe Dobrow and Mr. Al
Casper of this city, who have been
visiting friends in Daytona Beach
for two weeks, are back in the
city.
Miss Micky Lubetsky has re-
turned, after spending a few weeks
in Atlanta with relatives and
friend-.
iJalibi David Zielonka has just
completed serving his temple as
rabbi for five years.
Tombstones for the late Charles
M. Davis, Mrs. Marie Davis and
Louis RabinowitZ were unveiled
Sunday morning in the Jackson-
ville Jewish Center Cemetery in
the presence of immediate rela-
tives. The ceremony was per-
formed by Rabbi Morris 1). Mar-
golis.
Mr. and Mr-. Nathan Rodnesky
gagement of their daughter, Rose
Lillian, to Joe Goldman, who for
the past several years has been a
resident of Jacksonville. The wed-
ding will take place in September.
Mrs. J. W. Greenawalt and
daughter, Amelia, returned to the
Beach last week after an extended
visit with relatives and friends in
Atlanta and Decatur, Ga.
.Miss Rose Freeman and Oscar
Verkauf were married last week
at the Floiidian Hotel by Rabbi
Adolph Bulger in the presence of
a large gathering of friends and
relat ives.
A program of pre-nuptial music
was given by Sam Verkauf, broth-
er of the bridegroom, tenor. The
traditional wedding marches wen1
played.
The bride was given in mar-
riage by her cousin, David
Brownie.
Miss Rave Freeman, sister of the
bride, was her only attendant. Mr.
Verkauf was attended by his
brother. Alie Verkauf, as best man.
A formal reception was given
immediately after the ceremony
and in the receiving line were the
wedding party and parents of the
couple. Mrs. I-'aye Freeman and
Mr. and Mrs. M. Verkauf.
Mrs. Willie Moore, sister of the
bride, and Mrs. Morris Bennett,
sister of the bridegroom, assisted
in serving.
Immediately after the reception
the couple left by motor on a two
weeks' trip to North Carolina and
Tennessee,
Orlando Notes
Misses Gertrude and Adele Ja-
CObi returned from the University
of Florida, where Miss Gertrude
Jacob] has been doing work in the
graduate school toward her mas-
ter's degree.
.Mrs. II. Rosenberg and two sons,
(Continued on Page 4)
A joint meeting of the- board of
trustees of the Congregation Ohev
Sholem and the cemetery commit-
tee was held Sunday in the syn-
agogue.
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Cohen and
suns spent Monday fishing at Lake
Apopka.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Seigel of
Hi ins City announce the birth of
a son at the Winter Haven hos-
pital. Rabbi B. Safer, acconipa-
(Continued on Page 4)
Mi. and Mrs. Tom Smith and
their children, Martin, Kthel and
Sammy, are home from a three
weeks' vacation visit to Philadel-
phia, New York. Atlanta and
Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. George Schwab
have returned to their home here,
after spending the summer in New
York and touring the eastern
states.
Miss Evelyn Jacobs of Dark St.
returned from Atlanta, where she
visited with relatives and friends
for about nine weeks.
Mr. and Mi.-. Maurice Moss and
daughters, Helen and Mildred, and
their son, Daniel, accompanied by
Mrs. Dorothy Rose and her two
children, spent the Labor Day hol-
iday vacation in Miami with rela-
tives there.
Harry Moss visited his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Max Moss, in Miami,
where he -pent Sunday and Mon-
day with them, returning for his
duties here late Monday evening.
In the absence of Dr. Carl N.
Herman. Temple Beth Israel is
continuing its Friday evening serv-
ices as usual, the services being
conducted by lay members of the
Temple. Services begin at H:I5.
Mr. Frank Fishman of Chicago,
who has acquired ownership of the
Monterey, one of West Palm
Beach's leading hotels, left last
Saturday morning for Chicago to
look after some of his other hotel
interests there. Mr. Fishman is
expected to return to this city
within the next two weeks to su-
pervise the extensive alterations
now under way at the Monterey in
preparation for the coming season.
Mr. and Mrs. William Arnold and
their son, Bernard, left Monday
morning for Warm Springs, Ga.,
where they will remain for two
weeks.
A benefit card party, sponsored
by Beth Israel Sisterhood, was held
Sunday evening at the Schwartz-
berg Hall, with many members of
the Temple attending and enjoy-
ing the games. Refreshments
were served after the end of the
games.
(Continued on Page 4)





Page Four
THE JEWISH FLORID! AN
$sbio |^na000 Action
EdiUd by RABBI S. M. MACHTXI
Fovmtar and Director. lUdio Sjnifnf of Aipariaa
SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOI), MIAMI. FI-OkliM
inj consterna-
ii ried two
One was the accounl of
by means of tin- snake
SERMON DELIVERED <>\ si Ni>AY. si:i-ti:misi:k 1.
"God of the Heathens"
Scripture Reading, Malachi, Chapter II. Verse 10
How odd of God? How Ineoi leral f Him? I can't recall
when, if ever, I have been so mortified in all my born days! I cant
hear ui< under the gross humiliation. I fear that we shall nevi
able to live it down. "Civili en
foundations. The mar i of tfodern R< beei
jarred from its equilibrium. It may I moment. It s ui
of, unbelievable. I believe that many of the faithful" will nevei
be the Bame What has so unnerved me and shocked me? I hi
to give utterance to the astounding thing. But, nc< it would be unfan
tn torture you further without revealing the
tion, I must till you.
The newspapers of the land, durin
items of interesl to me and to manj
the ll"|>i Indian ceremonial prayei for lain,
dance a ceremony which was followed immediately by heavy showers.
The second item was also an Associated Press dispatch which reported
that the Henry Lesti i I I tute ol Medical Resean di n n
that the Chinese "cure-alls" of boiled donke> skin, powdered deer horn,
pig's liver, -hark'- fins, parts of the bodies of horses, chickens, sheep,
dogs, crocodiles and portion- of various oriental plant- and flowers,
actually have medicinal value and thai the Chinesi ancients "actually
know 'many medical secrets which the Western world has learned
within recent years." ... ,
.lust think of it! God, in whose nan.' i-ihzed peoples have waged
wars of extermination of these heathens; for whose glory modern na-
tion- have gone into the hinterland to educate and to save thesi
nighted and and depraved worshipers of idols; God, who has no more
loyal adherents and worshipers man are we, who call ourselves "civ-
ilized," deigns to give attention to so "foolish" and outlandish
a.- a "snake dance" and He actually ain in response to their
ceremonial. Jusl think of it! For more than a thousand yeai
the Indians claim the iki dance haf ought rain.
And, what do you make of this? We have always laughed at thi
ignorance of these "heathen Chinese," wl nre so backward, so un-
fortunate as to be unaware of the advantages of the science of medi-
cine, who go to their apothecaries for shark's tooth, crocodile's fins,
donkey's -km. seaweeds and stalks of and plants and who use
these "foolish" articles as healing drugs. They are to be pitied. Are
they not? And now. imagine our embarrassment, when our modern
medical research discovers thai these Chinese wl corned as
ignorant actually know things about thi uses of herbs and articles ol
medicinal value of which we, WE, the civilized members of the human
family, the scientific-minded, the advanced white ra i but 1
knowledge? And, to add insult to injury, these "heathen
have known these things for thousands of years. Isn't it
Isn't it humiliating?
What fools we have been! What tical and petty
arc! We laughed at the Indian. Well may he laugh at us.
-no nod tho ancient knowledge of the orientals. Wo have
Chinesi
galling?
from our lofty perch to learn fi
of the high and mighty. For
nurtured on the belief that we
we were the select of God. Tl
others worshipped idols. That
Hi- ears. That we, and no others, hai
wisdom of tho Cosmic world. Hod, we
ak of OUR God.
,Vi. .,, emphasi the possessive pronoun who,, -speak of ^
And we, doubtless, are righ. He > ".-, f f w ,,.,, conceive
tswawssa..........-
the children ol man, il w Ined as bi ." ,,.,.. if we
shortcomings and ol the interdepend,n jf u|.
won- mindful of our common bonds as the cnimw m
teachers and load.,- would try to is into m ll. ^^
; '"' TCtlnB TT& S Instead of worshiping our tribal
one has to offe to'he other. '. Father. Instead of
and local Baals, we should.worship ^idenTn we should maintain
and supporting edfee ud < brothers. In-
choola and temples devoted ... a sud> of man* io ^^
;'oui'l-oii:::,;;,, ,. ..',.....**, .u,,,.,,
1 lan8WeM......UXVHOnARE MY PEOPLE?
My people? W thej !
i went into the church where the congregation
Worshiped my God. Were they my people.
I ,vi, no kin-hip to them as they knelt theie.
\lv pooplo! Where arc the) .
I wont into the land where I was born,
Where men -poke my language .
I was a strai '.,,.,
My people," my soul cried, "who are my pooplo.
Usl night in the rain I met an old man
Who spoke a language I do not speak,
Which marked him as one who does not know my to.il.
With apologtic smile he offered me
The sheltei of his patched umbrella.
. And then I know.
, ~n XT,., George Goldsmith, formerly of
JaCK80nVllle INeWS Orlando, passed away in the
(Continued from Page 3) Grange General Hospital Tuesday
morning. He is survived by his
widow, Sadie, and two children,
George and Jerry.
Friday, September 11, 1935
Ask for NEW YORK BREAD
At All Good Stores
Laurie and Johnnie, and her grand-
daughters, Misses Doris and Ev-
elyn How it of \ aldo-ta. Ha., spent
Sunday at Swift Creek Church,
u.ar Lake Butler, Fla. They wore
iccompanied by Mrs. Sheldon Hall
and her daughter, Louise.
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Segal and
Willie Lieberman spent Sunday
ami Monday in Jacksonville.
Miss -lime Ehrlieh and Manny
Ehrlich left for Savannah, where
they will visit their cousin-. Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Kabhan.
Mr. L. Gibba of Tallahassee
-pent Monday in Orlando.
Mr. M. Raker and son. Joel, arc-
in New York on a buying trip.
diots wi
We havi
rich.
their habits. How much wiser had we been it We had stepped clown
m them instead of taking the attitude
countless at >ns we have- been
each in his own small world that
at He was our God alone. That all
our prayers alone were pleasing to
,1 given all of I he revealed
had been taught, and. unfortu-
nately, are still being taught God has no interest in any but in us
How unkind of US towards God!
This great Universe, this small earth, wa created olel) for oui
benefit, God has no love for any ot Tl re not His
children, merely step-children, accident.- upon this earth. How idiotic!
How ahsurd! If I aj to you have not advanced an)
from the period of the worship 1 I Baa 1 would reply that I am
"tetched in the head." You would doubt my Surely, you
would class mo a- sacrilegious. But, hold on a minute. The woi
of Baal was not a universal worship of the one- idol. It requires a
knowledge of Hebrew to understand this si us develo]
"Ba'al" in Hebrew mean- "master." Ea, nship had it-
own god, it- local deity. There also How far havi
we progressed from this period, mentally? W travelled far ii
time-, but not in religious development. Each of us still thinks in
terms of hi- denominational c the deity. All other- an
classified as false concepts of Hod. Wi alone- have the secret of the
proper approach to God. Our ritual alone pleases Him. Only we
have possession cd" all of the revealed wisdom and of the- knowledge
which He want- His children to have. Each of us, in his own fa th
rc-t- secure in the ecu,,for: ,'iction that he is on the road tc.
salvationand, of course, there is but. the one load.
Then, after centuries of Buch thought and of such faulty and irre-
ligious instruction by theologians and lay leaders, by men who should
have- known better, we have our convictions shattered and doubt'
are raised by so simple an incident, so insignificant an episode as tin
llopi Indian snake dance and its efficacy in producing rain. Aftei
having been at it we possi civil md all tin- beneficial
knowledge that is part and parcel of it, we an- informed that thi
eient Chinese have known things which we are jusi beginnii
learn. And. ,t ma) Follow logically, that if the llopi Indian- and the
Chinese- appear to be favored b) Cod. might it not be true that we
are not the only concern of Cod. It may even be true that those whom
we -corn and who we ridicule-, whose religious
rites appear to u a- abomination, ma) have much that we do not havi
that is of hem f,t to the human family. What a disconcerting thought!
How confusing! What happen- to all these barriers that have been
built up between us and our brothers? How do we view the ai
those who have been busy instilling hatred and distrust of our brothers
within our hearts'.'
Please do not misunderstand me. I am not recommending a re-
turn to barbarism, to heathenism, to idol irship. I am not suggesting
that each one- forsake his faith and take hold of another faith. Wha,
I am stressing is the need, not for tolerance alone, but for respect foi
the beliefs and practice- of another so long as the-y are not anti--oc nil.
1 urge a study and a understanding of the point of view of our neigh-
bor, the background of his philosophy of life, the principles which an
exemplified by hi- ritual, the benefit- which he derives from them.
It may be, since- his faith has an older background than our-, that it
may have progressed further on the road to knowledge and tho estab-
lishment of a code for living that has advantages over our younger
system. That is not outside the- realm of possibility or even of jireib-
ability. Surely, the least t-. be- expected e,t us is a courteous considera-
tion for his feelings, the- complete- absence of anything insulting in em,
altitude towards his religious views and practices.
Another consideration in the matter i- a broader concept of Cod'
relationship to all ll,s creatures. Hospite- cur residence in large cities
despite our extensive- studies and wide perspective, despite- our COS-
mopolitan airs, we are- -till rather provincial in our religious view-.
Mi Bernese Klepper returned Mr. Sam Haimowitz and Mr. M.
a delightful six weeks' trip Safei -pent Sunday and .Monday in
to New V'ork city, Hartford. Jacksonville.
Washington ami Baltimore. While ----------
in Hartford she was the guest of Air. H. Solomon ha- re-turned
her cousin, Mr-. Lee Chermak, for- from Miami, where he visited his
mei >Ii Rosalie Rubin of this son, Morn- Solomon.
city.
.Mi. and Mr.-. Roland -I. Kratz
announce the birth of a daughter, Miami.
Dorothy Claire, on August 26, in
St. \ ncci t's Hospital. M rs. Ki atz
,.a- formerly .Miss Freida Margol.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Hillman and
children have returned from
West Palm Beach
11 'ontinued from Page 3 1
Mr, and Mrs. Hairy Halpern re-
turned in their home at the- Dixie
cc Apartments after being
away on their vacation to Mew
York for the- past several weeks.
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Tin- meeting was postponed to a
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some time.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Fein, who
have been on their vacation, re-
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Monday.
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Orlando Notes
(Continued From Page 3)
nic-d by a number of Orlando res-
idents, attended the Bris.
toycurKE!,
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i.^SIA

Mr. I!. Arstein and Mr. L. Fox
have returned from New York.
The unveiling of the memorial
-tone to the late Jesse Rosen was
held in the Congregation Ohev
Sholom Cemetery Sunday. The-
B'nai B'rith ritual committee was
in charge of the services.

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frjjay, September C, 1935
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
tabbi and Mrs. Max Shapiro,
a returned last week, have as
hi.ii- guests Mrs. Morris Beck and
I ;win, mother and brother of
Shapiro. They will remain
,. several months.
*
Rabbi and Mrs. Max Shapiro are
| their new home, .'il'.l S. \V.
[ ave., phone .'{-3089, and
happy to receive friends.
* *
I (avid Talmud Torah will
ii Wednesday and Thurs-
nings from 10 to 11:.'!()
week every morning for
: al inii of children Por the
ling semester. The formation
tinct children's service dur-
.li wish High Holy days is
Those parents who are
. .1 in their children attend-
sen ins please communicate
jtii Kahlii Max Shapiro at the
ilnnid Torah office mornings
oiii '.i to 11 and afternoons from
t,, .;. Phone :s-:508y.
K
Page Five
Members of the Young Men's Hebrew Association diamond hall learn of 1935, who made an
enviable record this year. Reading from left to right, thej are, top row: Leo Lipowsky. Al Reis-
nian. Abe Shnnleld. Frank Rose, the club mascot, Norman Thaler. Bernard Frank. Ralph Gill man and
Ralph Grossman. Bottom row: Nat Blumberg, Al Berkowitz, Max Goldstein, Mickey label. William
Segall and Davis Lackowitl. A challenge to the Tampa V. M. II. A. for a series 0f games was
not accepted. Ruddy Abbott has been mascot for the team the entire season.
"hotcha" and hilarity to the pro-
ceedings.
The season's most tuneful song
hits are a feature of the new Can-
tor fun fest. Eddie sings "Okay,
Toots" and "When My Ship Comes
In," aided by the new crop of gor-
geous Goldwyn GirlB. The first
is featured in the elaborate harem
number and the second In the Tech-
nicolor Ice Cream Fantasy, which
eloses the film. Eddie also re-
vives "Mamly." the Irving Berlin
smash hit, in a gorgeous girl and
-ony number Btaged as part of a
ship's concert.
I
The luncheon sponsored by the
ami chapter of the National
lumil of Jewish Women for the
ida Association of Workers for
Blind and to have been given of it.
u Tuesday at the Southern cafe- | Wallace
;, was postponed to next Tucs-
Tickets purchased for Tues-
will be good next week.
aetfye
loyws^
"The Greatest show on Earth"
is termed "The Mighty Barnum,"
which Darryl F. Zanuck's Twen-
tieth Century Pictures brings to
the Tivoli Theatre, starting Sun-
day, and has everything that any
picturegoer could want -and gobs
1 i louncil of Jewish Women
t Monday at the Alcazar Hotel.
-- Lillian Wucher presided in
e of t he president. Miss
C Kasanoff reviewed "Heaven Is
Home." Rehearsals now are
ng conducted for a play to be
isented in October in which Miss
i Joseph, Miss (Jertye and Miss
Beery offers a superb I
characterization as the world's
greatest showman. Adolphe Men-
jou gives the best performance of
his career as Mr. I!. Walsh, his
tippling manager, and Virginia j
Bruce is enchanting as Jenny Lind,
RADIOS
SYNAGOG
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder
and director of the Radio Synagog,
will preach over station WIOD at
nine o'clock on Sunday morning on
"Pre-New Year Thoughts." Then1
also will he prayers, -criptui*
reading and a question box.
A Scream Test
Joe Penner was telling about the
dumbest girl in the country. It
seems that he was discussing an-
other star's reducing diet with her.
Said Joe: "First he had to take a
basal metabolism test."
"Yean? Fur what picture?"
came the girl's reply.
s the misfortune to fall madly
. in love with the tippling Mr.
the lovely Swedish Nightingale. WaIsh. The S,.,1UI,1(,.S Bnowing
rhe film begins a century ago, how the broke aml di8C0Uraged
in 1835, when Barnum left his
failing Bowery grocery, rented a
livery Btable and became a show-
man.
The story is studded with warm
tii.: Wham, -Mis- Myra Good- human touches and chock full of
tt.-ky. Miss Louise Goodman,! hilarious comedy. Janet Beecher
Florence Golden, Miss Lillian shines as the stern New England
wife who frowns on Barnum's wild
ventures, and Rochelle Hudson is
* excellent as his pretty ward, who
ninth biennial convention of
Barnum, having lost his fortune
neglecting his business to squire
the lovely Jenny Lind, is inspired
with the courage to start anew by
a chance meeting with the tiny
Tom Thumb will put a lump in
your throat and a tear in your eye.
sheep of the Brooklyn waterfront,
who inherits a fortune in buried
treasure and travels to Egypt to
claim it, with Ann Sothern, F.thel
Merman. George Murphy and Block
and Sully. lending romance,
Ik, Miss Beatrice Bornstein and
lliam I'allot will take part.
i Junior Council of Jewish Wom-
will he in Washington, D. C,
ober l'ii-24. Delegates from the
anr chapter will be Mrs. Jack
bnikoff and Miss Lillian Wu-
h. Alternates are Miss Kasa-
aml Miss Betty Greenberg.
* *
)r. and Mrs. Frank Coret have
lurnc.l from a stay of four weeks
111 .'er and Los Angeles, Calif.
Eddie Cantor, banjo-eyed clown, I
invades the land of the camels and
the pyramids in "Kid Millions,"
which starts at the Seventh Avc-
In 1919 he became Chief Rabbi
of the Ashkenazic community in nue Theatre Sunday.
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(C mtinued from Page 1)
of the outstanding German
ii-. now a refugee, Schildkraut
and Arnold Korff, anoth-
I1 nan refugee, now in Holly-
d. We predict that "Tomor-
Is a Holiday" will be the
b hit of the 1935-36 season
idney Franklin, Brooklyn's
bull-fightillg, is returning
-'pain to take up his daredevil
I n again after a layoff of
months in a sickbed Francis
frer, Hollywood matine idol
Pacifist, has announced his en-
tement to Anita Loos.
Jerusalem. In 1921 ho became
chairman of the Beth Din Ha-Gu-
dol, the Great Law Council, which
since 1928 has been recognized as
the ruling spiritual council of Pal-
estine Jewry. Although he was
opposed to the separatist tenden-
cies of the extremely Orthodox
Jews of Jerusalem, and while he
was not a member of the Zionist
Organization, he always stood for
an organized community of Pal-
estinian Jews.
The comedian's musical extrav-
aganza introduces him as a black
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The Jews of Rome
( From the Days of Titus)
Bj I ION FE1 H I W VNGER
, i (fht by tli(' Viking Press)
I inn Feuchtwanger, the great
exile from Naziland, ha final-
I) finished the second part <>!
his monumental work, "Jo-
sephus," which the Viking
Press "ill publish this winter
under the it 1-. "The l< of
Rome." 'I hi- fascinating chap-
ter which describes the Jews
d) Rome anticipating the ar-
rival in Rome "i the Jewish
princess, Berenice, for her be-
trothal t<> Emperor Titus.
which, however, never took
lace.THE EDITOR,
> various
:. i were
i parat I
B icnice.
Quj the city's most
and barristers,
Goldi n Ring of
r, was wi
ha ided be-
of the
Thi r< was n i imn ate
for this painstaking
the two speechi
. ... the first
i delivered threi
the second four years i reviously.
But Q '' :>- verJ' Ber
o ityle, and behind his
ographers had pub-
of the ;' l:
that was flagrantly
transcrip-
\ I for a
.. the
tion or
a comma, it is afflic- .
. ed ver- polite excusi for sending them back money flowed lavishly into their
; for all again almost at once. And that fund, bu time they mel with
I. Now that the was wl i Bin Julius Claudius refu n the
i to Chatualdus was full of cares and pretext that Jewish slaves were
resent her fears, that was wh; iva hardly likely to be used for the
- were taking up a dif-
ferent attitude to the .lews, now
their emperor was obviously
|n ,,,,,., about setting a Jewess
i ne. Many a man who
had regarded Jews as inferior crea-
te began to discover that they
that in every synagogue of the
pire, for three consecutive y
baths, there should be read tU
severe chapter of the pro,',',J
Amos, which begins: "WoetoflJ
that are at ease in Zion,"
threatens the most dire pcnaiy.
'so very different from to those "that lie upon beds]
R, mans when one actually came ivory and stretch themselve. J
,., with them. And many their couches and eat the |ain:
I
I
in
people
out of the flock, and the calvesj
of the midst of the stall." jj
president of the AgrippensianSjJ
sented the fact that this chapt.
of all others had been cho
send them a new! he did not see why '% 1, of .._
were to he discouraged.
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, had hitherto avoided
Jewish neighbors began now
, make advances to them. It be-
came evident to the .lews that Je- agogue, CajusBarzaarone.thefi
hovah. after chastising them for niture manufacturer, rather
now deciding to turn
Bggiri towards His people,
and meant
Esther.
A good many of the Jews, and
ho who had been most
ing and servile, reacted only
too quickly to their changed situa-
tion and became overweening. The
lot-tors, anxious for the consc-
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which were celo-
orations in a form ing the Fates, whom lie called by arena in games
would not blush to spon- turns '"Parcae" and "Norns," for bi arrival of a Jewish
even to the smallest detail. ha* i n his detachment
i Kattwald was another lo such a tick-
roul led .
the impending arrival of the \ the -lew- themselves
K ttwald, or, as he now at ju at m and
i himself, -lulius Claudius i .....ion
: i,: a Ger- in the most vari One cu-
tribal clue: who had come as rious result of it was that the
lu the Jewish officials collecting money
r Claudiu ation of state prison-
even after ers taken in the Jewish War had a
the tween his tribe difficult tine-. Usually, and
re hail been .-ettled. cially when games were to be held,
avor in the great
princi
On the other hand, the Romans
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l'i incc I: nice during her visit
i'. Hon... The German soldiers.
: to he a- tiu.-t- o RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
a- thej Acre stubborn;
they ilid not understand the speech
of the country; they wire primi-
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But, and Kattwald, their captain,
knew it, there was one ,-pccies of O
human beings that irot on their
nerves: the .lews. In the swamps
and forests of Germany wild lee;- c
ends were current ahout the peo-
ples of the East, and about the
Jew- in particular, how they hated
a
sac
key-headed god. These bogey tales
still reverberated in the minds of
the troops who were stationed at
Rome, and they were liable to
panic whenever they encountered
people from the East, When Au-
gustus, for instance, the founder
of the empire, had -tut a German
bodyguard to Jerusalem as a mark
of honor to Herod, King of the
.lews, Herod had had to invent a
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& Jewish hioridliaiKi com bini mg m THE JEWISH UNITY FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLf H—Nn. .id MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER li. l!t:t:, Price Five Cents Strictly Confidential Idhits From Everywhere Chief Rabbi Kook Dies By PHINEAS J. BIRON I nes 1 Resignation I kere is an inside story in conI foti with the reported resignaof Dr. Magnes from the chanI rship of the Hebrew UnivorI Dr. Einstein and Dr. Chaira I kmann regard Dr. Magnes as I wrong man for his high posiI Einstein believes that the | Jew University should give an rtunity to research workers more than to regular stuThus far 75 per cent of the Is for the university have been lided by the Warburg family, I believe in Magnes unreservedlit is an open secret, however, the financial burden of the Disity is too heavy for any |e individual or family. That real reason why Magnes may Impelled to relinquish his post to open new sources of revfor the institution. B If Literary Digest's 1936 map k U. s. s. li. labels Biro Bid| "Jewish Autonomous TerriThe banquet which the tican Committee tor the Setfent of German Jewish RefuI in the U. S. S. R. (the name Jlllost as long as the Jewish ury in the Far East is big) aiming to tender to the Soviet usador to the U. S. A. hangs tc balance. Some timid souls that diplomatic relations bell the two countries will be gated before the fall is a lot of talk that GovLehman would prefer a sen|al toga to a third term in piy We hear that Justice 1). Brandeis will retire from kupreme Court before the next Idential election is over tmator Borah gets the Re pubnomination for president, Den S. Wise, normally a Hem I. might just as well remain llirnpc lie's a close friend 1 admirer of the Idaho liberal J would probably not care to lort any other candidate. sh Queen Jews of Belgium, mourning pagic death of Queen Astrid, [also pray for her as a dedant of Jews. Pierre Van pen told us quite some time that Astrid was of Jewish orShe comes by her Jewish an\y through being a member of Swedish Bernadotte family, Ih was founded by the Jewish fndottes, Napoleon's bankers. of the Bernadottes received Swedish throne from the little oral as a reward. Ie Door •soph Schfldkraut is in New K making arrangements for the luction of "Tomorrow Is a Holl" The play is from the pen J-eo Perutz and is the hit of [season in Vienna. Berlin ruled lut because of its Jewish au%  hip. In New York the play have in its cast Kurt Bois, (Continued on Page 6) Jerusalem (WN'S-I'alcor Agency) Rabbi Abraham Isaac Ben Salman Ha-Kohen Kook, chief rabbi of Palestine, representing the Ashkenazic Jews, died here of cancer at the age of 70. When the news spread that the rabbi's condition was serious anxious crowds gathered about the building. Rabbis, scholars and Yeshiva Bachurim flocked to the Wailing Wall to pray, while special prayer services were held in synagogues, yeshivoth and talmudi torali. Rabbi Kook's last official act was performed three days before his death, when, in reply to an inquiry from a group of American rabbis, lie wrote a ruling forbidding "the marriage condition" to those who held that the husband's absence from his wife for four years constitutes sufficient grounds tor divorce. The Jewish National Council and the Jewish Agency for Palestine ordered the closing of all schools as a sign of mourning, and called upon the public to refrain from attending any places of entertainment. The funeral procession started from the late Chief Rabbi's home, which was built for him by Harry Fishel, New York Jewish philanthropist. Regarded by many as the most beloved Jewish figure in the world today, Rabbi Kook, although an Orthodox spiritual leader, had the respect and affection of all elements among Jews, including the radicals, lie was one of the most active figures in the life of Palestine, to whose upbuilding during the past thirty years he contributed enormously. His first spiritual post in Palestine, to which ho came in 1904, was at Jaffa. It was at that time that he and a tew other Jews started to build what is now the city of Tel Aviv on the sand dunes on the outskirts of Jaffa, a city which now has a population of 125,000. Although very orthodox, Rabbi Kook on many occasions went to the defense of the young pioneers of Palestine who were being charged with irreligiosity. He felt that in the rebuilding of Palestine the work of the pioneers was so sacred that it was in itself an act of reverence. His views on fundamental religious laws were sought from all over the world. He was a prolific author, having published a long series of works devoted to various phases of religious law, scientific commentaries on Hebrew lore and a biography of his father-in-law, the late Chief Rabbi Rabbinowitsch-Teomim of Jerusalem. Born in 1865 in Griva, near Dvinsk, Kurland (Latvia), Rabbi Kook was a pupil of Rabbi Rabbinowitsch-Teomin. In 1888 he became rabbi at Scheime, Lithuania, and in 1897 he went to Bausk, in Kurland. After he came to Palestine he took a prominent part in the public affairs of the new Jewish community. In 1914 he journeyed to Europe to take part in a world (Continued on Page G) Jewish News Around the World Report Yayda-Vocvod's Parly Eliminating Anti-Semitism Bucharest (WNS)—Former Premier Alexander Vayda-Voevod is reported to be reorganizing his Roumanian Front Party and in the process of reorganization is said to lx' eliminating anti-Semitism from the party's program. VaydaVoevod was recently expelled from the National Peasant Party because of his anti-Semitic activities. At tin 1 annual convention of the Christian National Party in Kishinev, Prof. Alexander Cuza, antiSemitic leader, demanded that the Roumanian government forbid such foreign^ Jewish organizations as the CRT and the ICA to engage in any activities in Roumania and called on the government to confiscate the ICA colonies in Roumania. Herman Bernstein Lights From Dies Suddenly Shadowland Boycott Ruined Leipzig Trade Pair Berlin (WNS)—The closing of the annual Leipzig fall trade fair has again revealed that the boycott has made this once world-famous mart a complete failure. Even the Nazi press admits that the number of buyers from abroad was disappointingly small. The fair's records show that this year's business was •'!.'! per cent less than in 1934, Sheffield, Mass. (WNS)—Herman Bernstein, noted newspaperman and former United States minister to Albania, died suddenly at his summer home here. He was 68 years old. Born in Russia on September 21, 1876, Bernstein came to America while Still B boy, and soon entered the newspaper world here. Beginning with his first position as special correspondent in Europe for the New York Times in 1908, he quickly achieved a high reputation for bis newspaper work. His exposure of the secret correspondence between the German kaiser and the Russian czar was recognized as the outstanding newspaper -coop of the world war era. Bernstein was one of the founders of The Hay, Yiddish daily, and served as editor of the Jewish Tribune and other Jewish papers. His exposure of the "Protocols of the Elders of Zion" and his libel suit against Henry Ford during the time of the letter's anti-Semitic activity made him one of the outstanding figures in American Jewry. By LOUIS PEKARSKY (So\en Arts Hollywood Correspondent) He Is Still Tops That Eddie Cantor still rates billing as public entertainer No. l, as the Emanu-El of San Francisco BUggestS, is shown by the fact that he performed with Parkyakakas and Rubinoff before 15,000 persons per day for seven days for the record-breaking sum of $15,000 for that engagement at a local theatre. People stood in line for two blocks waiting to get into the theatre. Did you say there was a depression? Polish Courts to Decide Legality of Anti-Nazi Boycott Warsaw (WNS)—The Polish courts are now faced with a ticklish legal tangle involving a Jewish merchant's refusal to pay for ., shipment of German goods which he sent back. M. Skuritinski, a Jewish sugar dealer, ordered a lot of sugar from Leipzig shortly before Hitler came into power. When it was delivered after the advent of the Nazi regime came into power he returned it. The Leipzig firm is now demanding payment for the sugar. The Jewish merchant's defense is that the Nazis forbid trading with Jewish firms, while the Leipzig sugar dealers contend that Skuritinski's refusal to pay is a violation of the recent Polish decree outlawing the anti-Nazi boycott. Zionists Elect New Leader British Labor Condemns Nazi War on Jews London (WNS)—Fascism and Nazism in all their forms and the persecution of the Jews in Germany were vigorously condemned by the annual congress of the British trades unions. San Francisco Hadassah to Plant Palestine Tree in Rogers' Memory Lucerne, Switzerland—The nineteenth World Zionist Congress ended Wednesday after the election of Dr. Chaim Weizmann, veteran leader of the movement, as president of the world Zionist organization. Only six votes were cast against Dr. Weizmann. Former President Nahum Sokoloff was unanimously named honorary president. The congress adopted a resolution against "systematic deprivation of the rights of Jews in Germany, which undermines their moral and material position." The German delegation to the congress unanimously toted against the resolution, declaring it did not constitute a "constructive plan" to meet the situation of Jews in the third reich. The resolution was introduced by Dr. Stephen S. Wise of New York as chairman of the Diaspora political committee. Not Musically Inclined A secretary who was not up on her music upset the equilibrium of the entire music department at Paramount recently. As an 80piece orchestra prepared to record background music for Cecil B. DcMille's newest picture, a memorandum from the great director was received. It stated: -Be sure the music is not 240." Unable to understand the message, the orchestra leader called De.Mille, who explained that he had dictated to the secretary: "Be sure the music is nol too forte." Fast Song Writers Give -Mack Cordon and Harry Revel a popular phrase and in about half an hour they'll turn out a hit song. This famous song writing team wrote four songs for a new picture, all based on a common and often used phrase, such as "From the top of your head to the tip of your toes," "It takes two to make a bargain," "Without a word of warning." If you think song writing doesn't pay. just let us remind you that la-! year these two Jewish buys wrote nine songs, ales of which exceeded mole than KIO.UIKl copies each. Cordon and Revel write 2*'> per cent of tin 1 nation's most popular song hits. That's something to try out on your piano. New York (WNS)—The San Francisco chapter of Hadassah is planting an evergreen tree in memory of the late Will Rogers in the George Washington Forest in the Plain of Esdarelon, Palestine, it was announced here by Hadassah headquarters. New Laws for German Jewry Berlin (WNS)—The legal status of German Jews under the Nazi regime is expected to be regularized in new legislation to be announced by Chancellor Hitler at the Nazi party congress, opening in Nuremberg on September 10, it was learned here. Broadly speaking, the new anti-Jewish laws will definitely deprive Jews of German citizenship and relegate them to the position of subjects, outlawmarriages between Jews and nonJews, legalize and extend the cultural and professional ghetto decrees and expand the existing regulations against trading with or selling to Jews. A I -Letter Man Phillip Reed (his real name is Milton LcRoy) was a 4-letter man at Erasmus Hall in Brooklyn, N. Y. He displayed great prowess as a football, tennis, basketball and soccer player. He was a member of Sigma Alpha Phi. Phil also played the violin in the school orchestra, sang in the glee club and took part in dramatics. After a year at Cornell University, studying engineering, Reed decided his future was in the theatre and not in engineering. When he left Cornell to seek a stage job he wet to work for a stock company in Hoboken, N. J., where, as he tells us, he was "overpaid to the extent of $10 per week." But let any Hollywood producer try to get him for that amount nowadays. A New Star When Binnie Barnes, flamehaired British actress, returns to Universal Studios in the near future, she will be cast in her first starring role, we learned yesterday.



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frjjay, September C, 1935 THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN tabbi and Mrs. Max Shapiro, a returned last week, have as hi.iiguests Mrs. Morris Beck and I ;win, mother and brother of Shapiro. They will remain ,. several months. Rabbi and Mrs. Max Shapiro are | their new home, .'il'.l S. \V. [ ave., phone .'{-3089, and happy to receive friends. I (avid Talmud Torah will ii Wednesday and Thursnings from 10 to 11:.'!() week every morning for : al inii of children Por the ling semester. The formation tinct children's service dur.li wish High Holy days is Those parents who are .1 in their children attendsen ins please communicate jtii Kahlii Max Shapiro at the ilnnid Torah office mornings oiii '.i to 11 and afternoons from t,, .;. Phone :s-:508y. K Page Five Members of the Young Men's Hebrew Association diamond hall learn of 1935, who made an enviable record this year. Reading from left to right, thej are, top row: Leo Lipowsky. Al Reisnian. Abe Shnnleld. Frank Rose, the club mascot, Norman Thaler. Bernard Frank. Ralph Gill man and Ralph Grossman. Bottom row: Nat Blumberg, Al Berkowitz, Max Goldstein, Mickey label. William Segall and Davis Lackowitl. A challenge to the Tampa V. M. II. A. for a series 0 f games was not accepted. Ruddy Abbott has been mascot for the team the entire season. "hotcha" and hilarity to the proceedings. The season's most tuneful song hits are a feature of the new Cantor fun fest. Eddie sings "Okay, Toots" and "When My Ship Comes In," aided by the new crop of gorgeous Goldwyn GirlB. The first is featured in the elaborate harem number and the second In the Technicolor Ice Cream Fantasy, which eloses the film. Eddie also revives "Mamly." the Irving Berlin smash hit, in a gorgeous girl and -ony number Btaged as part of a ship's concert. I The luncheon sponsored by the %  ami chapter of the National lumil of Jewish Women for the ida Association of Workers for Blind and to have been given of it. u Tuesday at the Southern cafe| Wallace ;, was postponed to next TucsTickets purchased for Tueswill be good next week. aetfye loyws^ "The Greatest show on Earth" is termed "The Mighty Barnum," which Darryl F. Zanuck's Twentieth Century Pictures brings to the Tivoli Theatre, starting Sunday, and has everything that any picturegoer could want -and gobs 1 i louncil of Jewish Women t Monday at the Alcazar Hotel. -Lillian Wucher presided in e of t he president. Miss C Kasanoff reviewed "Heaven Is %  Home." Rehearsals now are ng conducted for a play to be isented in October in which Miss i Joseph, Miss (Jertye and Miss Beery offers a superb I characterization as the world's greatest showman. Adolphe Menjou gives the best performance of his career as Mr. I!. Walsh, his tippling manager, and Virginia j Bruce is enchanting as Jenny Lind, RADIOS SYNAGOG Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder and director of the Radio Synagog, will preach over station WIOD at nine o'clock on Sunday morning on "Pre-New Year Thoughts." Then 1 also will he prayers, -criptui* reading and a question box. A Scream Test Joe Penner was telling about the dumbest girl in the country. It seems that he was discussing another star's reducing diet with her. Said Joe: "First he had to take a basal metabolism test." "Yean? Fur what picture?" came the girl's reply. s the misfortune to fall madly in love with the tippling Mr. the lovely Swedish Nightingale. WaIsh The S ,., 1UI 1( ,. S Bnowing rhe film begins a century ago, how the broke aml di8C0Uraged in 1835, when Barnum left his failing Bowery grocery, rented a livery Btable and became a showman. The story is studded with warm tii.: Wham, -MisMyra Goodhuman touches and chock full of tt.-ky. Miss Louise Goodman,! hilarious comedy. Janet Beecher Florence Golden, Miss Lillian shines as the stern New England wife who frowns on Barnum's wild ventures, and Rochelle Hudson is excellent as his pretty ward, who ninth biennial convention of Barnum, having lost his fortune neglecting his business to squire the lovely Jenny Lind, is inspired with the courage to start anew by a chance meeting with the tiny Tom Thumb will put a lump in your throat and a tear in your eye. sheep of the Brooklyn waterfront, who inherits a fortune in buried treasure and travels to Egypt to claim it, with Ann Sothern, F.thel Merman. George Murphy and Block and Sully. lending romance, Ik, Miss Beatrice Bornstein and lliam I'allot will take part. i Junior Council of Jewish Womwill he in Washington, D. C, ober L'II-24. Delegates from the anr chapter will be Mrs. Jack bnikoff and Miss Lillian Wuh. Alternates are Miss Kasaaml Miss Betty Greenberg. )r. and Mrs. Frank Coret have lurnc.l from a stay of four weeks 11 1 .'er and Los Angeles, Calif. Eddie Cantor, banjo-eyed clown, I invades the land of the camels and the pyramids in "Kid Millions," which starts at the Seventh AvcIn 1919 he became Chief Rabbi of the Ashkenazic community in nue Theatre Sunday. hvK TLY CONFIDENTIAL (C mtinued from Page 1) of the outstanding German ii-. now a refugee, Schildkraut and Arnold Korff, anothI 1 nan refugee, now in Hollyd. We predict that "TomorIs a Holiday" will be the b hit of the 1935-36 season idney Franklin, Brooklyn's bull-fightillg, is returning -'pain to take up his daredevil I n again after a layoff of months in a sickbed Francis frer, Hollywood matine idol Pacifist, has announced his entement to Anita Loos. Jerusalem. In 1921 ho became chairman of the Beth Din Ha-Gudol, the Great Law Council, which since 1928 has been recognized as the ruling spiritual council of Palestine Jewry. Although he was opposed to the separatist tendencies of the extremely Orthodox Jews of Jerusalem, and while he was not a member of the Zionist Organization, he always stood for an organized community of Palestinian Jews. The comedian's musical extravaganza introduces him as a black White Oak Leather HALF SOLES 50c LADIES* HEELS 15c Atlantic Shoe Shop 140 N. E. First Avenue Opp. Cortex Hotel For a Delightful Vacation Stop at the FIFTH AVE. HOTEL 709 5th Ave. West HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. Phone 829J STRICTLY KOSHER Low Rates Operated by I. MARKOWITZ and JACK WUCHER CARBONS—RIBBONS BURTON BRAND World's Best C. BURTON CRAIG CO. 408 Fla. Nat'l Bank Bldg. Phone 2-I23S Miami, Fla. H:i RABBI KOOK DIES (Continued from Page 1) nee of Orthodox groups, the pdatn Israel, and because of the War had to remain in Switz}nd lor some time. In 1916 be t" London to fill a rabbinpost. 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Page Four THE JEWISH FLORID! AN $sbio |^na000 Action EdiUd by RABBI S. M. MACHTXI Fovmtar and Director. lUdio Sjnifnf of Aipariaa SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOI), MIAMI. FI-OkliM inj consternaii ried two One was the accounl of by means of tinsnake SERMON DELIVERED <>\ si Ni>AY. SI:ITI:MISI:K 1. "God of the Heathens" Scripture Reading, Malachi, Chapter II. Verse 10 How odd of God? How Ineoi leral f Him? I can't recall when, if ever, I have been so mortified in all my born days! I cant hear ui< under the gross humiliation. I fear that we shall nevi able to live it down. "Civili £ en foundations. The mar i of tfodern R< beei jarred from its equilibrium. It may I moment. It s ui of, unbelievable. I believe that many of the ••faithful" will nevei be the Bame What has so unnerved me and shocked me? I hi to give utterance to the astounding thing. But, nc< it would be unfan tn torture you further without revealing the tion, I must till you. The newspapers of the land, durin items of interesl to me and to manj %  the ll"|>i Indian ceremonial prayei for lain, dance a ceremony which was followed immediately by heavy showers. The second item was also an Associated Press dispatch which reported that the Henry Lesti i I I tute ol Medical Resean di n n that the Chinese "cure-alls" of boiled donke> skin, powdered deer horn, pig's liver, -hark'fins, parts of the bodies of horses, chickens, sheep, dogs, crocodiles and portionof various oriental plantand flowers, actually have medicinal value and thai the Chinesi ancients "actually know 'many medical secrets which the Western world has learned within recent years." ... .lust think of it! God, in whose nan.' i-ihzed peoples have waged wars of extermination of these heathens; for whose glory modern nationhave gone into the hinterland to educate and to save thesi nighted and and depraved worshipers of idols; God, who has no more loyal adherents and worshipers man are we, who call ourselves "civilized," deigns to give attention to so "foolish" and outlandish a.a "snake dance" and He actually ain in response to their ceremonial. Jusl think of it! For more than a thousand yeai the Indians claim the iki dance haf ought rain. And, what do you make of this? We have always laughed at thi ignorance of these "heathen Chinese," wl nre so backward, so unfortunate as to be unaware of the advantages of the science of medicine, who go to their apothecaries for shark's tooth, crocodile's fins, donkey's -km. seaweeds and stalks of and plants and who use these "foolish" articles as healing drugs. They are to be pitied. Are they not? And now. imagine our embarrassment, when our modern medical research discovers thai these Chinese wl corned as ignorant actually know things about thi uses of herbs and articles ol medicinal value of which we, WE, the civilized members of the human family, the scientific-minded, the advanced white ra i but 1 knowledge? And, to add insult to injury, these "heathen have known these things for thousands of years. Isn't it Isn't it humiliating? What fools we have been! What tical and petty arc! We laughed at the Indian. Well may he laugh at us. -no nod tho ancient knowledge of the orientals. Wo have Chinesi galling? from our lofty perch to learn fi of the high and mighty. For nurtured on the belief that we we were the select of God. Tl others worshipped idols. That Hiears. That we, and no others, hai wisdom of tho Cosmic world. Hod, we %  ak of OUR God. Vi .,,„ emphasi the possessive pronoun who,, -speak of ^ • And we, doubtless, are righ. He > %  .-, f f w ,„,.,, conceive tswawssa. —the children ol man, il w Ined as bi ." „„. ,,„.,.. if we shortcomings and ol the interdepend,n • jf „ u| wonmindful of our common bonds as the cnimw m teachers and load.,would try to is into m ll. ^^ ; '"' T Ct l nB TT& S Instead of worshiping our tribal one has to offe to'he other. '. Father. Instead of and local Baals, we should.worship ^idenTn we should maintain • and supporting edfee ud < brot hers. In•choola and temples devoted ... a sud> of man* IO ^^ ; %  'oui'l-oii:::,;;,, ••„,. „..', **, .u,,,.,, 1 lan8WeM U XVHO n ARE MY PEOPLE? My people? W thej i went into the church where the congregation Worshiped my God. Were they my people. I ,vi, no kin-hip to them as they knelt theie. \lv pooplo! Where arc the) I wont into the land where I was born, Where men -poke my language I was a strai '.,,., „, % %  •• %  •MY people," my soul cried, "who are my pooplo. Usl night in the rain I met an old man Who spoke a language I do not speak, Which marked him as one who does not know my to.il. With apologtic smile he offered me The sheltei of his patched umbrella. And then I know. ~n XT,.— ,„ George Goldsmith, formerly of JaCK80nVllle INeWS Orlando, passed away in the (Continued from Page 3) Grange General Hospital Tuesday morning. He is survived by his widow, Sadie, and two children, George and Jerry. Friday, Septem ber 11, 1935 Ask for NEW YORK BREAD At All Good Stores Laurie and Johnnie, and her granddaughters, Misses Doris and Evelyn How it of \ aldo-ta. Ha., spent Sunday at Swift Creek Church, u.ar Lake Butler, Fla. They wore iccompanied by Mrs. Sheldon Hall and her daughter, Louise. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Segal and Willie Lieberman spent Sunday ami Monday in Jacksonville. Miss -lime Ehrlieh and Manny Ehrlich left for Savannah, where they will visit their cousin-. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kabhan. Mr. L. Gibba of Tallahassee -pent Monday in Orlando. Mr. M. Raker and son. Joel, arcin New York on a buying trip. diots wi We havi rich. their habits. How much wiser had we been it We had stepped clown m them instead of taking the attitude countless at >ns we havebeen each in his own small world that at He was our God alone. That all our prayers alone were pleasing to %  ,1 given all of I he revealed had been taught, and. unfortunately, are still being taught God has no interest in any but in us How unkind of US towards God! This great Universe, this small earth, wa created olel) for oui benefit, God has no love for any ot Tl re not His children, merely step-children, accident.upon this earth. How idiotic! How ahsurd! If I aj to you have not advanced an) from the period of the worship 1 I Baa 1 would reply that I am "tetched in the head." You would doubt my Surely, you would class mo asacrilegious. But, hold on a minute. The woi of Baal was not a universal worship of the oneidol. It requires a knowledge of Hebrew to understand this si us develo] "Ba'al" in Hebrew mean"master." Ea, nship had itown god, itlocal deity. There also How far havi we progressed from this period, mentally? W travelled far ii time-, but not in religious development. Each of us still thinks in terms of hidenominational c the deity. All otheran classified as false concepts of Hod. Wi alonehave the secret of the proper approach to God. Our ritual alone pleases Him. Only we have possession cd" all of the revealed wisdom and of theknowledge which He wantHis children to have. Each of us, in his own fa th rc-tsecure in the ecu,,for: ,'iction that he is on the road tc. salvation—and, of course, there is but. the one load. Then, after centuries of Buch thought and of such faulty and irreligious instruction by theologians and lay leaders, by men who should haveknown better, we have our convictions shattered and doubt' are raised by so simple an incident, so insignificant an episode as tin llopi Indian snake dance and its efficacy in producing rain. Aftei having been at it we possi civil md all tinbeneficial knowledge that is part and parcel of it, we aninformed that thi eient Chinese have known things which we are jusi beginnii learn. And. ,t ma) Follow logically, that if the llopi Indianand the Chineseappear to be favored b) Cod. might it not be true that we are not the only concern of Cod. It may even be true that those whom we -corn and who we ridicule-, whose religious rites appear to u aabomination, ma) have much that we do not havi that is of hem f,t to the human family. What a disconcerting thought! How confusing! What happento all these barriers that have been built up between us and our brothers? How do we view the ai those who have been busy instilling hatred and distrust of our brothers within our hearts'.' Please do not misunderstand me. I am not recommending a return to barbarism, to heathenism, to idol irship. I am not suggesting that each oneforsake his faith and take hold of another faith. Wha, I am stressing is the need, not for tolerance alone, but for respect foi the beliefs and practiceof another so long as the-y are not anti--oc nil. 1 urge a study and a„ understanding of the point of view of our neighbor, the background of his philosophy of life, the principles which an exemplified by hiritual, the benefitwhich he derives from them. It may be, sincehis faith has an older background than our-, that it may have progressed further on the road to knowledge and tho establishment of a code for living that has advantages over our younger system. That is not outside therealm of possibility or even of jireibability. Surely, the least t-. beexpected e,t us is a courteous consideration for his feelings, thecompleteabsence of anything insulting in em, altitude towards his religious views and practices. Another consideration in the matter ia broader concept of Cod' relationship to all ll,s creatures. Hospitecur residence in large cities despite our extensivestudies and wide perspective, despiteour COSmopolitan airs, we are-till rather provincial in our religious view-. Mi— Bernese Klepper returned Mr. Sam Haimowitz and Mr. M. a delightful six weeks' trip Safei -pent Sunday and .Monday in to New V'ork city, Hartford. Jacksonville. Washington ami Baltimore. While in Hartford she was the guest of Air. H. Solomon hare-turned her cousin, Mr-. Lee Chermak, forfrom Miami, where he visited his mei >Ii Rosalie Rubin of this son, MornSolomon. city. .Mi. and Mr.-. Roland -I. Kratz announce the birth of a daughter, Miami. Dorothy Claire, on August 26, in St. \ ncci t's Hospital. M rs. Ki atz ,.aformerly .Miss Freida Margol. Mr. and Mrs. D. Hillman and children have returned from West Palm Beach 11 'ontinued from Page 3 1 Mr, and Mrs. Hairy Halpern returned in their home at theDixie cc Apartments after being away on their vacation to Mew York for thepast several weeks. AHERN FUNERAL HOME FRANCIS AHERN, I'res. 1349 West Flagler Street Telephone 2-2211 AMBULANCE SERVICE Hue to the inclement weather, the meeting and entertainment planned for last Monday evening by Palm Beach Lodge No. I14C, B'nai B'rith, did not takeplace. Tinmeeting was postponed to a later date-. ROBBINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL WORKS Responsible Roofers Since 1919. Inspections and Estimates Free. 222 N. W. 2Glh St. Phone 2-3705 Mr, Jack Barash accompanic Mrs, .Mary Schrebnick and hei daughters, theMisses Ester am FannieSchrebnick, to Jacksonville Fla., where Mrs. Schrebnick am her daughters will remain foi some time. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Fein, who have been on their vacation, returned to their home herelast Monday. "Jacksonville's Leading Hotel" THE SEMINOLE JACKSONVILLE, FLA. CHAS. B. GRINER, Manager A human, home-like institution where you will find your individual comfort and entertainment a matter of great importance. A steel fireproof building located in the heart of the city. Every Room with Combination Tub and Shower Bath, Radio, Electric Ceiling Fan, Slat Door for Summer Ventilation, Comfortable Beds with Mattresses of Inner Spring Construction and Individual Rei-ding Lamps. RATES 78 Kuoma with Private Hath 2.00—Blasts SO Kciomi with Private Bath 2.50—Single 10 Idioms with Private Bath 3.00—Single 24 Kuoma with Private Hath 3.SO Single 10 Sample Kooma with Private Balk 4.00—Single BLIGHT INCREASE FOR DOUBU OCCUPANCY llJSf LATIVIS Orlando Notes (Continued From Page 3) nic-d by a number of Orlando residents, attended the Bris. TOYCURKE!, -in, %  ] v. r* 1 \ I.^SIA Mr. I!. Arstein and Mr. L. 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Pa %  • Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, Septemb er c, iw The Jews of Rome ( From the Days of Titus) Bj I ION FE1 H I W VNGER i (fht by tli(' Viking Press) I inn Feuchtwanger, the great exile from Naziland, ha finalI) finished the second part <>! his monumental work, "Josephus," which the Viking Press "ill publish this winter under the it 1-. "The l< of Rome." 'I hifascinating chapter which describes the Jews D) Rome anticipating the arrival in Rome "i the Jewish princess, Berenice, for her betrothal t<> Emperor Titus. which, however, never took lace.—THE EDITOR, >• various :. i were i parat %  • I B icnice. Q u j %  the city's most and barristers, Goldi n Ring of r, was wi ha • ided beof the Thi r< was n i imn ate for this painstaking the two speechi % %  %  •.. the first i %  delivered threi the second four years i reviously. But Q %  %  : >ver J' Ber o ityle, and behind his ographers had pubof the ; l: that was flagrantly transcrip\ I for a .. !• the tion or a comma, it is afflic. ed verpolite excusi for sending them back money flowed lavishly into their ; for all again almost at once. And that fund, bu time they mel with I. Now that the was wl i Bin Julius Claudius refu n the i to Chatualdus was full of cares and pretext that Jewish slaves were resent her fears, that was wh; iva hardly likely to be used for the were taking up a different attitude to the .lews, now their emperor was obviously |n ,,„,,,., about setting a Jewess i ne. Many a man who had regarded Jews as inferior create began to discover that they that in every synagogue of the pire, for three consecutive y baths, there should be read tU severe chapter of the p ro ,',',J Amos, which begins: "WoetoflJ that are at ease in Zion," threatens the most dire pcnaiy. 'so very different from to those "that lie upon beds] R mans when one actually came ivory and stretch themselve. J ,.„„„„, with them. And many their couches and eat the | ain : I I in people out of the flock, and the calvesj of the midst of the stall." jj president of the AgrippensianSjJ sented the fact that this chapt. of all others had been cho send them a new! he did not see why '% 1, of .._ were to he discouraged. JEWISH CM I MIAR 1984-1935 Slichos Sat., Sept.!] Rosh llashunah.. Sal Sept. fl Yom Kippur Mon., Oct. I had hitherto avoided Jewish neighbors began now ,„ ma ke advances to them. It became evident to the .lews that Jeagogue, CajusBarzaarone.thefi hovah. after chastising them for niture manufacturer, rather now deciding to turn Bggiri towards His people, and meant Esther. A good many of the Jews, and ho who had been most ing and servile, reacted only too quickly to their changed situation and became overweening. The lot-tors, anxious for the consciences of such conduct, ordered Dr. Leonard W Haskin Bpecialliins in the Bcltnlifle Examination of In** Ejfi and the Proper Fitting f thi Gl wtt \ir-c undltioned OKice 121 S. B. Iir-i st. Phon '-'-•" GLASS! MIRRORS!! PAINTS!!!. BINSWANGER&CO. 1206-16 N. E. 2nd Ate. HOWARD ROS:-:.\I)0RF, Up.' B'nai B'rith's Executive Committee to right, top ro : Joseph VY. Salus, Philadelphia, District No. :'.: Lotus Pabricant, New ^>rk City, District No. 1: Archibald A. Marx, New Orleans, District No. 7. (inter: Henry A. Alexander, Vtlanla, District No. 5; \lfred M. < ohen, Cincinnati, President of the Order; Henry Monsky, Omaha. District No. B. Bottom row: Sidnej (.. K us worm, Dayton, District No. 2: Dr. I. M. Rubinow, Cincinnati, Secretarj of the Order: Judge I. M. <• olden. San Francisco, District No. I. which were celoorations in a form ing the Fates, whom lie called by arena in games would not blush to sponturns '"Parcae" and "Norns," for bi arrival of a Jewish even to the smallest detail. ha* i n his detachment i Kattwald was another % % % %  lo such a tickroul led the impending arrival of the \ the -lewthemselves K ttwald, or, as he now at ju at m and i himself, -lulius Claudius i ion : i,: a Gerin the most vari One cutribal clue: who had come as rious result of it was that the lu the Jewish officials collecting money r Claudiu ation of state prisoneven after ers taken in the Jewish War had a the tween his tribe difficult tine-. Usually, and re hail been .-ettled. cially when games were to be held, avor in the great princi On the other hand, the Romans Ask for NEW YORK BREAD At All Good Stores o=>cc DOC DOC DOC lad been tried out and put in command of a detachment of German bodyguai d. No .'. i : issued an order that letachment of Chatualdus was to serve as a guard of honor to the l'i incc I: nice during her visit i'. Hon... The German soldiers. : to he atiu.-to RABBI S. M. MACHTEI athej Acre stubborn; they ilid not understand the speech of the country; they wire primitive and so amenable to discipline. But, and Kattwald, their captain, knew it, there was one ,-pccies of O human beings that irot on their nerves: the .lews. In the swamps and forests of Germany wild lee;c ends were current ahout the peoples of the East, and about the Jewin particular, how they hated a sac key-headed god. These bogey tales still reverberated in the minds of the troops who were stationed at Rome, and they were liable to panic whenever they encountered people from the East, When Augustus, for instance, the founder of the empire, had -tut a German bodyguard to Jerusalem as a mark of honor to Herod, King of the .lews, Herod had had to invent a >o IIK. ii iioi.in.u SERVK is Rosh Hashonoh and ^ om kippur Under the Auspices of THE RADIO SYNAGOG Officiating Will Be Held at LUBER'S LONDON ARMS HOTEL 727 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, Fla. A truly spiritual, traditional and inspirational service, amid harmonious surroundQ tllllHI lliil IIIIPIIINU.MIII'UIMIJewin particular, how they hated jngg an( m an atmosph ,. n all fa.r-haircd faces and loved to (|f Bjmctity A prominent sacrifice blonde heads to their dony ._ ;,, ,.i .v ..•,,. O cantor will chant the ritual. ^ Make your reservations through the Radio Synagog, Rabbi S. M. Machtei, or at the hotel. 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Pa pc Two THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAX Friday, September ,-, The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation is sponsoring a benefit bridge at the Mrs. Nathan Adelman, 1421 Firsl Sunday evening, Septembei ck. Assisting Mrs. A l< %  will be Mrs. Max Ra t. Pi izes will %  an i refreshmi nts "ill ed. The public is %  ''• id. Ri | da I i day night Bervi %  ; Israel, Miami's B m, 137 N. E. Nineteenth at 8:15 o'clock, Rabbi Jacob H. an officiating. Dr. Kaplan is ning to Miami this week, having attended tinthree -. Institute of Public Affairs, Ministers' Conference at I I a! Seminary and the InHuman Relations. He will speak on each one later in the son. • Gala preparations are being made for the Beth David S dance to be held this coming Sunday. & | I ml I I 8th, at the Palm Ciub. The affair will at %  p. m. and, in adi to the usual dancing that will be enjoyed, the arrangi c rnimita< arranged for some of the %  • n w a\ in this an efforl ing made to make this landing on in I al rtal cirIi ge of arrangements i s a ting of Mrs. Sol Rol Mrs. Harry ant, Mr. £ H. Palmer August. Ticketof which are only s aim d at Palm,\ novel feature was the presenta, oft, -,t lion of very amusing gift packNext Monday. September B 2 30 p „,., t he Miami Chapter of %  '• H complimentary tea *£ ^ ^ gh Holy day8 at Beth to Miss Krohn. ingements for seating durwas sent to the Miami Chamber J Commerce, to be applii lief work. Mrs. Marry I. Kerzin anddaoA ter, Joyce, of Miami Beach '.. turned to the city after spend;., their vacation in the North. • Charles Rosengarten and ter returned to the C combined business and p] trip in the North. Hayes Woo. ,'lce-pr, Chamber ( Commerce, and past exalted of the .Miami Lodge, 1!. I', (j. F.lk< .v.. ana •--. %  '. *u will speak next Wednesda Kotkin. Mrs. I Cohei will • spating comm ittee will be at the ning to the members and gum Synagogue, beginning next Sunday of the Young Men's Hebrew ,\ man; > wl ml \ ,.,.„ Ackerman, Sam Seit-1tl Mesdames Frit n .,„,, A ,„. Kron enfeld. Prices kay Hohause. ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ g fcw nthal ami l.ertiudc .^ ^ ^ ^ %2m Th( immi of M> %  lunniing. I Special Jewish Section. Hurdine's. Fourth Floor. Just Arrived! i del evening, September 9th, at 81 time in its history, will condw; the direction of Mrs. Dan Cromer. L. clock .,, lhl home ,,, Miss Sylvia High Holy day service-. Kosh Hj. Guest speaker of the evening will R ayv i gl 1736 s. W. Eleventh st. be Mrs. Isidor Weinstein. All Jew,;,„ sls w jj] attend in costumes, irea are invited Decorations and refreshments will %  •iid and ai ised < very carry nut the color scheme of the %  Accoi ling to an announcemenl B committee of the | B tion. seal I the High Holidays studio. Prizes will lie awarded for game and contest, winners. In charge of arrangements is a committee with Mi-.Rosalyn Daum as chairman, assisted by the Misses i„. broadcast, and will be conduct* Ida Safer, Anita Silverman and according to the traditional ritn in every detail. shono and Yom Kippur at Lubw London Arms Hotel, Miami Beatwith Rabbi s. M. Machtei conducing the services and a prnmir.er cantor chanting. Beginning Se tember lath, a seating committq will be at the hotel everyday; -ell seats. The services will n<; may from any memIda Engler. Further information ting of may be obtained from any memil. M. Drevich, Max Mintber of the committee or by phonzer and Milton Wi iner. Seats will $5 an i s:;, with provision g those unable a--. Cantor P.oris "-l at the High Holy day services I man, who is well known in at Beth David Congregation will •hiarea for hifine voice and be a choir under the direction of le chanting of the liturgy, will Benjamin Marcus, formerly of • Rabbi Julius Washer during Machtenberg's famous choir of ing 2-2489. • Assisting Cantor Nathan WrooAsk for New York Bread At All Good Stores the High Holiday services. Ail members and those expecting to attend the services are urged to make their reservations as soon apossible. Slichos services will New York, choir will be issue. Thi' personnel of the announced in our next Rabbi ami Mrs. Julius Washer be held at 11 p. m. Saturday. Separe expected to return to the city tember 21st, when Rabbi Washer will preach briefly prior to the chanting of the midnight -ervice by Cantor Slachman. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H. Traeger 'of Washington. 1). C. are visiting their parents. Mr. and Mis. Hyman Traeger, at their home at 1001 S. \Y. Fifteenth ave. Mr-. Traeger is the former Miss Ruth FalkenBtein, well known among the younger Bet of this city. They exto return by motor to their home the latter part of this week. At a meeting of the V. M. H. A. held Wednesday night reports of the barbecue ami dai.ee given last Sunday night si :. had been successful. Mr. li. Albert Pallott, chairman of the annual dance, reported that the affair would be held at the Miami Beach Golf and Country club the night of Wednesday, December I. 1935. During the evening Miss Harriet Tobin entertained wit! ai selections, Cantor Boris Schlachman sang and Mr. Joseph Greenberg was hoard in a number of Yiddish impersonations. Following the entertainment refreshments served. today after having spent several months in the North. • • Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith, Miami's B'nai B'rith Lodge, was one of the first local organizations to contribute towards the relief of the Btorm sufferers of the Florida keyduring Monday's hurricane. The sum of S2.'i from its relief fund Sun.-Mon., Sept. H-9 Wallace Beery— Virginia Bru Adolphe .Menjou—Rochelle Hud-i THE MIGHTY BARNUH +KAVE *; "A* < Sun.-Mon., Sept. 8-9 Eddie Cantor Ann Sothern KID MILLIONS HANSON ROOFING CO. I -eil.li.I,,,I Since 1914 ROOFING ANT) SIIKKT METAL CONTRACTOR (In All It* Branches) 828 N. E. 1.1th St. Phones 2-1831-2-6382 were Mrs. B. Kraft and daughter, MlSS Shirley Kraft. ,ponsored a surprise farewell party for Miss Helen Krohn of N ew v„rk at the "!' Mr. ami Mrs. Dan Roth, |035 Meridian ave., Miami i; "fey. A i 8 • 7th. Among MiShirley 5 %  P % %  % %  %  %  Ruth Kaufman Consult The Morris Plan Your difficult and perplexing financial problem may find a simple solution in a Morris Plan Loan which can be repaid in convenient weekly or monthly installments extending over a period of one year. Loans are available in amounts from §50 to $5,000 on co-signatures, marketable securities or first mortgage on improved property. 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