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The Jewish Floridian ( September 13, 1935 )

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^ e Jewish FlonWdf/n % combining THE JEWISH UNITY IXORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLf 5* Vol. S—No. 37 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1933 Price Five Cents Jewish News Around the World 1,356 .lews Entered Palestine hui nil'. August B lem (WNS-Palcor Agency) A total <>f 4,366 .lews entered Palestine during the month of Auaking n total Jewish ininii. in execsnf 48,000 I'mthe !il months of 1935, accord::... to a preliminary report issued immigration department of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, which pointed out that this is the • recorded Jewish immigrant 1'ulestine in history. German Jewess Jailed for Trying hi Hide Non-Aryan Origin in (UN'S) A desperate attempt to save her job by falsifygrandfather's death certificost a Berlin Jewish girl not only her position, but four months' imprisonment. Belie required documentary evi her Aryan origin to rejob .-he erased the word %  i from her grandfather's death certificate and substituted it hi word "Evangelical." Anti-Nazi Germans Declare War on Hitler Agents NEW YORK (WNS) Pledged It "the rotten Hitler policy,*' ;< cently organized Friends of acy, an organization of •nti-N'azi Germans, declared open wai un the Friends of the New Germany and the swastika in a oi announcing that it would all German-Americans in tion to the .Nazis. Headed by Eugene F. Grigat, an Aryan German and founder of the America First and Always Society, the Friends of Democracy declared that "the uncivilized, un-American activities carried on by the Nazi element in this country are making the Germans in this country again as they were in L916, i e come to realize that it is futile to fight a condition 3,000 way and overlook the same condition rfight here in Yorkvillu and Ridgewood. Alien agents of i/.i party, proponents of the Hitler regime, are now freely ling the poison of intolerance •lews, Catholics and especially against Americans of German descent who refuse to adopt the rotten Hitler philosophy. We W that there is no room in this J for the swastika because fhe Bwastika is not the flag of a friendly nation, but the flag of the pazi party. We Americans of Perman origin will therefore endeavor to see to it that the swas*a is forbidden in this country; hat the storm flags arc returned Germany; that Nazi uniforms "sappear from the halls, highways ""' byways in America, and that f'en Nazi propagandists be sent to Place where they may give the "ler salute to their heart-' con ent." World Jewish Congress Planned Lucerne (WNS-Palcor Agency) Preparations for the convening of the World Jewish Congress, the first in modern history, will be completed by spring of 1936, it was decided at a meeting here of Jewish leaders representing 20 countries on the committee of Jewish Delegations, the international Jewish representative body founded at the Versailles peace conference to protect Jewish minority rights. An executive committee of 2S to direct preparations in all lands for the convening of the international assembly was elected and includes aAmerican members Federal .Indue Julian W. .Mack. Louis Lipsky, honorary president • >f the Zionist Organization of America; Abraham Goldberg and Dr. Joshua Goldberg, secretary of the American Jewish Congress, all of New York. The meeting declared that "the i arly summoning of a World Jewish CongreS8 is imperative iii view of the catastrophic economic position of tiie Jewish masses in Kastern Europe." The Committee of Jewish Delegations, of which Dr. Stephen S. Wise was elected prosident, also decided lo start upon a n w policy by engaging in constructive social relief activities. Other members of the executive committee of 2S include: Isaac lien Zvi, president of Vaad l.etimi; Dr. Isaac Gruenbaum; Dr. Fishel Rottenstreich, and Dr. Ben /.ion Mossinsohn. Representatives of the i.abor Party and the Mizrachi ale to lie CO-Opted. Local Jewry National Prayer Strictly Aids Red Cross Day Next Sunday Confidential A meeting sponsored by the lo-j New York (WNS)—Sunday, Sepcal B'nai B'rith Lodge at the Co%  tember 22, the fust day of Slichos, lonial Towers Hotel last Sunday | which inaugurates the special season of prayer, has been proclaimed as a nation-wide day of intercession on behalf of the Jews of Germany in a proclamation issued by the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the United States and Canada. In accordance with this proclamation the Jews of this country and Canada are asked to go to their synagogues on the Day of Intercession Tidbits From Everywhere morning resulted in the formation of a United Jewish Drive for the city of Miami to raise funds for the alleviation of the sufferers of the recent hurricane at the Florida Keys. The organization will work with the American Red Cross, to whom the funds will be given. W. \\. Edwards, general chairman of the relief campaign, spoke during the morning, as did Henry Nadelto observe a half-day fast and to weiss, chairman; Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Max Shapiro, Rabbi and David I. Rosenbloom. An effort is being made 1 to contact every Jewish merchant and professional in the county, so that all of local Jewry may be represented in the filial result. A permanent organization was offer prayers for their brethren in Germany. The proclamation reads as follows : "We, the members of the Union of Orthodox Kabbiof the United States and Canada, hereby set a-ide Sunday. September 22. 1935, lormed with Henry s. Nadelweiss, Elul the 24th > 5695 > as :i :,v f general chairman; Abe Aronovitz, Intercession. We have selected /ice-chairman; Elry Stone, secrelhia ''''"'' becaus '"'' first tary; Mrs. Isidor Cohen, vice%  '> %  '"' Slichos, inaugurating the chairman, and Mrs. Benjamin LeSDec,al 8eason f Prayer, when vine, treasurer. A general advis? ew 'he world over repair to their .iry board, consisting of Rabbis Jacob ||. Kaplan, Max Shapiro. David houses of worship, in preparation for the observance of the High i. Rosenbloom, S. M. Machtei and ""'>' I,:, v> Rosn Hashona and Yen Editors Oppose Berlin Games Cincinnati (WNS) By a ratio of virtually 4 to l daily newspaper editors in this country responding to a poll on the Olympic games conducted by the American Israelite are opposed to holding the 1936 games in Germany. By a ratio of •'! to 2 the responding editors are opposed to American participation in the Olympics next year if they are not moved from Germany. To the question, "Do you believe that the United States athletes should participate in the 1936 Olympic games if the games are not moved from Germany?" 12 answered yes and 18 no. Joe Aston, sport editor of the Cincinnati Post, acted as chairman of the poll. The questionnaire was sent to editors of all papers in cities of more than 100,000 population and replies were received from editorof pap.rs having a circulation of over 6,000,000 and published in cities with a total population of 22,196,434. A majority of sporting editors responding to the questionnaire are also opposed to holding the 1986 Olympics in Germany "if the charge of discrimination against non-Aryans in Germany is proved." On the first question the responding editors voted 30 yes and 26 no, but by their own provision which some Julius Washer, was named. Twenty-five captains and workers were appointed with instructions to augment their units. The general committee consists of N. Adelman, Ike Levin, Dr. I''rank Coret, Benjamin LeVine, Elry Stone. William Friedman. Henry Bulbin, Edward Friedman, Abraham AronovitZ, Stanley ('. Myers. Harry Markowitz, Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan. Rabbi Max Shapiro, kabbi David 1. Rosenbloom, Rabbi Washer, Kabbi Machtei, Harry Farr, Lewis Brown, Sidney II. Palmer, Karl Warfield, Maurice M. Marcus, Joseph Richter, Henry S. Nadelweiss and Boris Schlachman. The Mesdames Elry Stone. Henry S. Nadelweiss, Joseph Richter. Isidor Cohen, Julian Steinau, R. R. Adler, Ida Optner, Jeannette Goodkowsky, M. Scheinberg, Lewis Brown. Stanley C. Myers, Albert Ko.-enthal, I.uella Farr, Sadie Kose, Sidney Wointraub, Benjamin LeVine, S. Aronovitz, (Jhfelder, the Misses Doris Croiner, .Martha Spiegelman, Adelman. Max girls. The result of the first two .lays' drive by the United Jewish Division of cash reported to general headquarters is in excess of $1,.'!00. All desiring to make contributions are urged to give it to a member of the committee or to any of the headquarters of the Red Cross, to be credited to the United Jewish Drive Division. sporting editors wrote mi the questionnaire, these same editors' vote ia 2:i no and 28 yes on question matter what their sins, we would Kippur. At the conclusion of the services, the Shofar is blown, as a signal to the Jewish people to March their hearts, their souls and turn once more unto their God. It is the season, too. when, according to Jewish tradition the world was created, and when all things created pass before our Heavenly Father in review for judgment. "On the Day of Intercession we ask our people to meet in the synagogue and to abstain until noontime from all food and all earthly pleasure's. Not in anger, nor in the spirit of vengeance, would we assemble, but .11 prayer, tin that day we want particularly th::-, brethren in Germany, who a; 1 faring the horrors of persecution and of ruthless oppression, to know that our hearts go out to them, that we feed with them in the hour of their tribulation, and give them the assurance that we arcready to stand by their side at all times. "We would say to them 'Be steadfast and of good courage, for the Guardian of Israel neither -leepeth nor slumbereth, and He will save ye.' "We do not protest; we pray. On this Day of Intercession we also offer up supplication that God in His Mercy turn the hearts of the leaders of the German people and of the German people also that they repent their evil ways and make atonement for their wrongful deeds. We seek no vengeance, nor do we ask the destruction of any people. God's creatures all, no By PHINEAS J. BIRON Sport There may be another Jewish baseball magnate in the big leagues before the next season rolls around Johnny Kling, one-time Jewish star backstop for the old Chicago Cubs of Tinker to Evers to Chance fame, is heading a syndicate that is dickering for the purchase of the Brooklyn Dodgers ... A Baltimore correspondent chides us for calling Buddy Myer and Heinie Manush, members of the Washington Senators nine. Jewish Our correspondent -ays that neither of them are unsere leite, but that Clark Griffith, owner of the Senators, prefers not to deny the story of their Jcwishness in order to cash in at the box office One of those days a io\er by the name of Yussel Eisenberg may be another Barney Ross or Benny Leonard Yussel has been signed up by Hymie Caplin, who saw the 15-year-old fighter at the Hebrew Orphan Asylum in New York, where he took some of his boxers to enterIain the orphans. Fore—Veterans Coming Keep your eye on Abraham Kraditor, the Brooklyn lawyer and accountant, who is the new commander-in-chief of the Jewish War veterans Those who know the new ('. I. <-. predict that under his administration the JWV will become an important force in American Jewish life And the newsenior vice-commander-in-chief of the JWV. Harry Schaffer of Pittsburgh, is also regarded as a coming man Whi h reminds us that the Jewish War Veterans are seoking representation i a the J linl Consultative Council, which now includes only the B'nai B'rith, American Jewish Congress and American Jewish Committee. ,„,,—if the alleged discrimination is proved." On the question rehelp them to seek a new spirit, to become once more reconciled to the garding American participation if principles ot love and of peace. the games are not moved from Germany the sporting editors voted ,;o yes and 20 no, but by their own ".May He who dwells in His High Heaven receive our prayers and hearken unto our supplication, and stipulation which tome wrote on the questionnaires tneir vote be-1 may He spare and may He forgive comes 33 yes and 21 no. I and may He pardon." Let's Go Social Mike Bluestone, publicity wizard for the Manischewitz interests, is the publisher of the Nightly Squawk ... Its only and first edition carries the headline, "It's a Girl at the Bluestones" Mike has entered the publishing business to inform his many thousands of friends that he's the happy fa ther of Miss Jacqueline Bluestone and that he and the mother, the former Renee Sehillinger (one of the most beautiful women in the world's largest Jewish community —Brooklyn) are doing well Congratulations to Rabbi Bernard L. Levinthal, 70-year-old Orthodox leader of Philadelphia, on the occasion of his marriage to Mrs. Sarah Samson Here's one marriage that will never be renovated And Belle Baker, the comedian whose rendition of the song, "Little Man. You've Had a Busy Day," conquered London last season, is returning to England to marry Charles Langhorn, London Jewish banker ... At the risk of compct( Continued on Page 5)



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ISHP '— Page Two THE JEWISH FLOK1DIAN Friday, Septembe r 13, 193, |e and accompanied them'home on the SS. Shawn.,. \;, meeting of the board of direct t Beth Ja C01 tion last week Rabb David I. Rosi-nbloom was unanimously re-elected as spiritual head of the conation for another term. Also re -. lected was Mr. M. Simonhoff, n of tli' %  •'• ";• "t. %  1 Maurice Mamches of New York was unanimously elected cantor and teacher of the congregation for the coming year. Cantor Mamches has already begun his :t the synagogue and will .liant Slichos and the High Holy Hay services this year. The seatin).' committee is at the synagogue every evening from < s o'clock and Sundays from 10 a. in. Those desiring seats arc urged to make their reservations immediately because of the limited capacity of the synagogue. • • William Stanley Weinkle son cf Dr. and Mrs. Barney Weinkle, will become Bar Mitzva September l itli at Saturday morning BI %  of Beth Ja dent of the congregation, will present the Bar Mitzva certificate on behalf cf the synagogue. Following the services the parents of the Bar Mitzva will he hosts a: "Kiddush" to the worshipers in the vestry rooms of the synagogue. All the family are invited end. No cards will be issued. William Stanley is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Louis VVeinkle, prominent communal workers of Greatel .Miami. Mrs. Barney Weinkle is a past president Beth Jacob Sisterhood. Mure than 100 women were entertained at a lea by the Miami ter of the Senior Hadassah Monday at the Alcazar Hotel. During thi ssor Portwell known violinist, j::. group of numbers, with his son, a. playing ':.:accompaniMischa ( also gave %  • -. Mr-. 1. M. Weinstein was guest t being "What the w Means." A %  ; %  II •.'. %  :. Tl %  f yell : % %  \ %  tig at 1 •• Mrs. 11. HoI Alf I R senthal, M 5. A. 1 %  : Mrs. I.uella 1 M Bai • • y Weinkle was arrangements Mi -. Max Pepper have a tri] I New York !Ut. t Miss Reggie Goldstein left this week on the ss. Algonquin for a in New York. M Rubj Bernstein left this week foi Ta to attend College for Women. Mi -. D. .1. Apte and daughter, Mis.AH • Apte, are in New York City at • Barbizon-Plaza Hotel. \\ II II \M STANLEY \\ EINKLE —. H annah Asher, teacher of piano Had,. Stanley will recite the Hafat the University of Miami Contoro and speak on the significance servatory, with her daughter II-.. Bai Mitzva. Rabl David I. returned from a month's va Rosenbloom will preach briefly and in 1 •. Ga., and Highlands then Mr. Philip Liberman, presiX. ('. Let Us Solve Your New Year's Greeting Card Problem! Your personal Greeting Card in the Jewish Floridian's New Year's Edition, which will reach every Jewish home Friday. September 27th. will do the trick. To raise funds for the Red Cross relief drive. United Jewish Division, loeal .lery and diamondhall enthusiasts will he given an opportunity to witness a name hetween the famous Markowitz & Resnick team and the diamondball aggregation of the Young Men's Hebrew Association. The entire proceeds of the game, which will be held Monday evening, September Kith, at Flamingo I'ark. Miami Beach, beginning at 8:30, will he given to the hurricane sufferers. Miss Norma I.e.' Simpson. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius LETS FIGURE THIS A MINI TE WITH YOU How many of >our friends and relatives did you forjret with NEW YEAR'S CreetinEs last year? How much time did you have to spend in selecting suitable cards—in addressing and mailing them? You can save all this trouble, all this worry and the not inconsiderable expense by inserting' a personal New Year's Greetings in the Kosh Hashonah Kdition of The Jewish Ploridian. Kosh Hashonah begins Friday evening Sept. 27th, and our issue carrying New Year (ireetin K s will appear that morning. Send or phone your greetings immediately. NORMA LEE SIMPSON —Photo by Sarli. Simpson, left this week for the University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa, where she recently enrolled. w Miss Jeannette Teller of Miami Beach recently left on a tour to Colorado Springs, Yellowstone I'ark, Grand canyon and Los Angeles, Calif. Miss Teller expects to he away several month-, and will return by way of Mexico and the Panama Canal. A farewell party was given for her at the Royal Palm Club. # • Services Friday eveninj pie Israel, Miami'.Reform con1 on, 137 X. E. Nineteenth st., at 8:16 o'clock. Dr. Kaplan will speak on "In Darkness There Is Light." The New Year begins Friday evening, September 27th the services and program. The seating committee will announce, next week, a convenient p.ace for meeting members and non-members desiring to attend services. The Sunday school of Temple Israel will open September 22nd at i" o'clock. All children kindly report at that time. Mi.-Janice Brill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Brill of Miami Beach, will leave this week for Tallahassee to re-enter Florida State College for Women for her senior year. She is a member of delta Phi Kpsilon sorority, • Mrs. Murry Grossman will return home Sunday morninR from a two months' vacation at New York City and the summer residence of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Roller, at Walden, N. Y. Mrs. Grossman will be at home to her many friends Sunday at 800 Collins ave.. Miami Beach. Mrs. A. Engler has returned home after a summer vacation at Lake Placid, X. Y. Her daughter, Mrs. Leonard Epstein, and daughter, Ann Engler Epstein, accompanied her and also have returned to their home in Coral GableMr Epstein met his family i„ J. M h Ceremonial Accessories Jewish Section—Fourth Floor SALE! Troy Gliders 0.05 Down 5.00 Month am hilling carrying Hiurjjo Hone frame, coral moleskin Black frame, white moleskin Black frame, yellow moleskin Bone frame, green moleskin Superior features: """" "" "'"' I MM 1 1 1 Noiseless; strap suspended. Six plump, loose cushions. Upholstered in waterproof moleskin imitation leather. In four color combinations. TRADE IN YOUR OLD FURNITURE '"" "' 1 1 %  •••• 1 urn 11 SIXTH FLOOR J



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Friday, September 13, 1935 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three wJewisti Fleridian rumiOAi ONLY .1WBH tti.11 > — >^ News Tower Bldg UMWEUtT PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY by the JfcWISH Fl.ORIDIAN PUBLISHING ro P. O. Box 7S Miami, Fla. (j 1 S, W. 15th Avenue EDITORIAL OFFICES: Phone 2-5304 Phon* 2-1111 J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K. SHOCHKT. Circulation kUnaawr CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN Field Representative Entered as econd class matter July |. 11.130. „t tn p, =s uAct msft as o m %  •-• "•* ST. PETERSBURG RABBI A. S. KLEI.N'FEI.D Representative ORLANDO [RENE BRAVERMAN Representative WEST PALM; BEACH S. SCHUTZER Representative TAMPA" MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative SUBSCRIPTION I Six Months I One Year %  • FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1935 Vol. 8—No. 37 STATEWIDE NEWS Jacksonville News The Temple Sisterhood will hold its first executive meeting for the new season at 9:30 o'clock the morning of September 17 in the Temple Home. The opening meeting of the Sisterhood will be held on Tuesday, October ]. Expected to attend the first executive meeting with Mrs. Lippman are Mrs. I. L. Kaplan, first vice-president; Mrs. Louis Berlack, second vice-president; Mrs. Louis S. Joel, recording secretary; Tampa Notes West Palm Beach A gala ceremonial will be held Sunday evening, September 15th, at Cong. Knesses Israel, Oak and Central ave,, wfien a iPoroches, Chupah, a "Mentele" for the Safer Torah and a Shofar will be presented to the Synagogue. Addresses will be made by prominent citizens and refreshments will be served following the ceremonies. Mr. A. Solomon, vice-president of the Synagogue, will be in charge of the ceremonies and he is being assisted by Mr. M. Wolf, president Mr. Harry Sirkin, 8r., while on a business trip to New York, visited his daughter, Louise Sirkin, and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Williajii 'Burns. M1-. SiJkinj, whfile traveling, will also visit relatives in New Britain, Conn., and Boston, Mass. secretary; Miss Rae Halle, treasurer. Honorary member of the executive board, Mrs. Flora T. Max; catering, Mrs. J. M. Glickstein; hospitality, Mrs. L. Greenbaum; grounds and tennis court, Mrs. M. W. Barwald; literature, Mrs. Paul Nathan; program, Mrs. B. Peiser; publicity, Mrs. Ben David; propaganda and membership, Mrs. Lawrence M. Lippman; pulpit decoraI here is much food for thought in the idea of those who tions, Mrs. Sidney J. Brown; relifeel that in an appeal for relief for hurricane sufferers there gion and museum, Mrs. Max Moss. is no valid reason for the segregation of Jews from nonReligious school, Mrs. Herbert Jews. There is too much of the Ghettoization idea connected Weiss; sewing, Mrs. L. Berlack; with this separation of Jews from the entire mass of the' Sisterhood Exchange, Miss Rae citizenry, and extreme care should he taken in all matters Halle; student activities and peace, of this nature. 'Mrs. Leonard H. Grunthal; sunHowever ... in fairness to those who made the move. shim • Mrs Hcnr '*** %  milk and let it be said that they were actuated by motives of pure ( humanitarianism ... by the thought that they were forwarding the good name of the Jewish people And with that in mind, the matter having now reached the point where it is too Iat6 to recant. Let us be true Jews Jews who always answer the call of the needv, of the suffering and distressed Ours not to question why OURS ONLY TO GIVE GIVE .. AND GIVE. The cause is important men. women and children have been hurt and are suffering today. When the final roll is called let it become a part of the history of Dade Mrs. S. J. Mendel, corresponding 0 f the congregation, and Mr. Ben Finman. The public is invited to attend. Rabbi Adolph Burger officiated at the wedding ceremony last Sunday when Miss Rose Lillian Rodnesky of Fort Meade, Fla., became the bride of Mr. Joseph Goldman of Bartow, Fla. Mrs. Annette Dunn Tobe, who was taken to the local hospital two weeks ago, after being shot by her husband, is now out of danger and at home with her mother, Mrs. A. Dunn of Okeechobee road. phone, Mis. W. S. Hill; Temple Home interior, Mrs. Morris J. Greenblatt; uniongrams, Mrs. M. L. Priedberg; ways and means, Mrs. I. L. Kaplan; year book, Mrs. Paul Nathan and Miss Rae Halle. Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Jacobs and daughter, Hazel, are in New York City. The annual ceremony of visiting the graves of the departed relatives will be observed by members of Rodeph Sholom Congregation Sunday mornings, September 15th and 22nd, from 10 to 12 o'clock. Rabbi Adolph Burger will be in charge and the usual prayers for the dead will be recited. Beth El Sisterhood met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. M. Tessler, discussing important business matters. Refreshments were served after the meeting. Mrs. Abe Dobrow and little son returned to their home in Pahokee, Fla., after a seven weeks' vacation in New York, where they visited with relatives and friends. Mrs. AI Gasper returned to her home after a good summer vacation in New York. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan S. Isaac County, that its Jewish citizens responded to the call of announce the birth of a son, Wilhumanity and did it in a truly Jewish way. WHOLE HEARTEDLY AND WITHOUT DELAY. Daily Hebrew school of Rodeph Sholom Congregation meets dailybet ween 4 and G p. m., when religious and Hebrew instruction is given. Seating committees are at Cong. Rodeph Sholom every evening and Sunday mornings to provide for the High Holy Day services. All are urged to make their reservations early, Miss Rosabelle Scher, daughter of Mrs. Sam Scher, arrived home this week after a vacation in New York. Mr. M. Gold, from Daytona Beach, Fla., visited his brother, Mr. I. Gold, and family at theier Palm Beach home this week. Ham Herbert, Sunday, September 1, in St. Vincent's hospital. Mrs. Isaac was the former Miss Claire Manassee. LIGHTS IN SHADOWLAND By LOUIS PKKAKSKY lor the benefit of a subscriber f the Jewish Criterion, Pittsburgh, I'a., and a subscriber of the Jewish Times, Philadelphia, Pa., *• are glad to submit the infornation that Irving Pichel, now a )•** 'i with RKO-Radio Pictures, Ms 'in in Pittsburgh, Pa. He is educated in public grammar fehools and in Pittsburgh Central 'igh school. His father was a lewspaper man. living used to firn the basement of the family "•<< %  into a theatre. Strangely [0Ugh, he decided to study medi""' "he,, he entered Harvard Uniersity in 1!I14, on a scholarship. freshman he joined the HarMd Dramatic Club, however, and 1 his junior year he abandoned '"of becoming a doctor. While 1 Harvard he was invited to ap**'' in plays at Boston's Castle JVn Theatre, in 1916 Pichel ""' to California. At the Little heat re in l, os Angeles he met flolette Wilson. They were mar(li the same year and until he fered motion pictures they apfared together ^ many commute theatres. They have three Dns. Visitors in Town Bernard Gimbel, president of Gimbel Bros, department stores, who is in Los Angeles and Hollywood with his attractive wife on his first California vacation, predicts that: "Unless there is a reversal of some kind, business will make great gains by fall. The public generally has restrained itself long enough and now everyone is of a mind to spend. I believe they will do lots of spending, wise spending, before the year is out." Although he is here for a rest, he is taking time out for a personal tour of the leading department -tores and smart shops in Hollywood and Los Angeles, to compare them with his seven eastern establishments. Three of the seven stores owned by Gimbel Bros, are in New York, including Sak's Fifth Avenue, one in Pittsburgh, one in Philadelphia, one in Chicago and another in Milwaukee. During their stay here Mr. and Mrs. Gimbel are house guests of Samuel Goldwyn, film producer. So you can be certain the noted visitors will inspect the motion picture studios while they are here. (Continued on Page 4) Miss Ruby Diamond of Tallahassee is visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. R. Cohen. Miss Jean Zacharias, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Zacharias, left Monday for the Florida State College for Women at Tallahassee. proaching, anyone who desires to secure seats or affiliate with the Temple are urged to get in touch with Rabbi Kaplan or any of the officers of the congregation. The religious school will open for registration at the Temple Home at 'J.'M o'clock Sunday morning, September 22. News of the death of her mother, Mrs. Rose Brown of Philadelphia was received by Mr. S. Moss this week. Mrs. Brown was 05 years old. Mr. Daniel Goodmark, after spending a month in New York on a vacation and buying trip, has returned to the city. Alumni and active members of Tau Alpha Chapter of Tau Epsilon Phi, national social fraternity at the University of Florida, held a luncheon at the Calling Grill last ,'week honoring Decent high school graduates. Nathan J. Roberts, head of the local alumni group, presided. Local alumni present were: NaRabbi and Mrs. Julius Washer of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation visited Jacksonville on their way to Miami, returning from New York, where they spent their vacation, and were guests of Rabbi and Mrs. M. D. Margolis for the week-end. Saturday morning Rabbi Washer preached a sermon in the Jacksonville Jewish Center, and in the afternoon addressed the Talmudical Class Ain Yacow at the Sholosh Saudos. Mrs. Margolis gave a reception Oneg-Shabos in honor of Mrs. Mr. Harry Cohen of Belle Glade, Fla., and Miss Jean Abramowitz of Pahokee, Fla., were married this week. Mr. Cohen is farming in the Belle Glade section. Mr. Sam Scher, who was away on a business and vacation trip for the past few weeks, has returned to the city. than J. Roberts, Ralph Mizrahi, Roland Krantz, Henry Kramer, | Washer Saturday afternoon, where Maurice Goldstein, Sidney Kass. I the members of the Daughters of Active members of Tau Alpha Israel came to meet Mrs. Washer. Chapter present were: Melvin Bar[ in it. Irving Klepper, Phillip SelThe fall semester of the Jackber, Irving Gibbs of Live Oak; j sonville Council, Workmen's CirPalm Beach Lodge No. 114G, B'nai B'rith, will meet Monday evening at the home of Mr. A. Kominers. Important matters will be discussed. All members are urged to attend. Mrs. Joseph Halpern, who has spent over ten weeks with her daughter, Miss Helen Halpern, at the Barbizon Club in New York, has returned to her home in Prospect Park last week. Myer Sigal of Orlando and Martin Segal of Orlando. High school graduates present were: Julius Fletcher, Joe Mizrahi and Alfred Panken. Mrs. Lawrence M. Lippman and daughters, Alise and Lucile, returned from a trip in the North. Religious services were resumed at Jewish Temple, Laura and Ashley sts., Friday night. With the holiday season apcle, school was started this week at 24:1 West Eighth st., with R. Kenjersky of New York City as the teacher. Enrollments are now being made. A complete course in Yiddish will be given. Miss Helen Rita Hurwitz of Norfolk, Va., is spending a week in the Ocean View Apartments at Jacksonville Beach as the guest of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Selber of Jacksonville. (Continued on Page 4) Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barer and their son, Marshal, returned to West Palm Beach after spending the summer in New York City and Jamaica, L. I. The monthly meeting of Beth Israel Sisterhood, followed by the weekly Tuesday afternoon bridge tea party, was held last Tuesday afternoon at Schwartzberg Hall, with Mrs. Cy Argintar and Mrs. Harry Halpern as hostesses. Rabbi Dr. Carl N. Herman of (Continued on Page 4)



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%  Page Four THE JEWISH ri.OBllHAN Friday, September 13, my Jlabio #gtut0*0 Section Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI r„n.r nd li.rertor. Rael... Vnagoi of Awr SUNDAY MORMNG3 !" 0D, MIAMI. PLOWDA SERMON DELIVERED SINI>\VSmi^ : 1 :."> "Pre-New Year Thoughts' l-.i. Inclusive Scripture Reading, Genesis, < hapter II. Verse The New Year Season, or the High Holiday Sea. >n, designated Yawmim Hannorawim" The Fearful Days, rhe ii the fish in thi n tremble H %  %  I, follows, %  that < %  tn in Hebrew as the rabbil have taught us ilia approach of the Judgment thi Id or di the E C g h r .ti! 'JSeVme thoug approaching High .1 ,rt in his life. Whei i .ur own locality, we ar t rented by ^catastrophe, • remarkable that men men .hould k themselves. "Why?" What; about. Thus a ithat men and women who. during the y .-. g little ,. „o thought to God, have, withii the past week, asked me, fchj d God do I *jtt he chai tnd intelligence of the questioner, 1 was mindful of the %  otessional experience of any of S150 to Detective Muthew Solokim is demanded by Goldwn, for mon, member of the^criminal alien rirls will be trained by film bureau of the New York police de. Lnce directors at the studio, partment. as a reward for his hav. I RapPi the writer, is working „,, [lu gcr ipl for this Cantor film. r World's l'a-hin Center Paris may be the fashion center „,• the world, and London the town martest dressed women I, i • Oberon is $oing home to ,,. England, with a complete Hollyw i wardrobe. Two large wardrobe trunks are on their way Br lam with the cloth.'designed ,-,„ %  I,,., by Omar Kiam. The entire robe was presented to the • ii bj Samuel Coldwyn as ling away" gift. a rural Sunday predicament of the bishop who was paying a vim to > school in :..• .: >unday dealt wh Jacobs Dream." The minister of the loca, church re iiahed his P'ce at the head of the children'.:lass to the visit Dg irch dignitary. I he bishop explain, the i -a ol Jac b's Dream I tl j ungsters, and. ilt the close of h.s talk, he a-kcl the children to ask itioni that they n .-ire on any portion of the lesson that was not clear to One little girl ra.s-d her hand, and, being : Ognized D> the bishop, she a.-ked this question: "Plea sir, if the, were ange 1* and had wingand could fly, why did thej need the ladder The bishop hemmed and hawed, muttered ui md replied, mats a very good question. Next question, please. "Why did God do this?" That's a very good question. Hut l \es, that i VNTOR BORIS BCHLACHMAN Ol I he Miami Jewish Orthodox < 'ongregation Jacksonville News (Continued from Page 3) won't pass u by, ignoring it, to ask for the next quest.on. Yes, tttt is a very good question. And my answer is and there is a possibility of mv being wrong-my answer is tha 'ID SOT DO THIS. At least, according to my concept and understanding of the Deity, th AllGood Powei does not engage in rutl I truction of human life. That has all the earmarks of being an act of man-not an -act oi God Of course, you may be shock-d at such a statement by a "man of the doth." The calamity which we have witnej wondertul an opportunity for the averai e prea ler to say, in stentorian tones full of righteous indignation, and. with fingers pointing accusingly at -inner.-, "You see! That if an example of the wrath ol God. Repent ye! Lest the Bame fate meet you!" No greater injustice doe. man commit tow an to name a"acts of God," to attribute to the Hea> i : %  I at i< atroc ties which, if committed by human being .would brat I then murderers, as heartless brutes. liu;. you will ii at the thing did happen; that the hurricane did strike; that hundn : did I • theii • ind their property. It is true. The thing did happen, and, somewhere, somi .. to blame. Yes, but that someone is a human agenc) i a combination of human agencies. In the scripture reading we found the And l.od blessed the seventh da] and Banctified it: because that in it he had rested from all His work which God created to make." In most translations the final phrase is wrongly translated tu read "which God created and made." The Hebrew word, "la-aaos,"' ia an infinitivi make. The -ages of old Have explained its u-e in this vi mply that man habeen placed up eai h to learn to complete things, to learn howto control the forces of nature, how to react to them, how to pi himself against them. Man has mastered many of the tunes of nature He has made then, serve him. He has learned how to avoid Buffering from floods. Man las chained the lightning and the wind, the waterfall.and the tid !. Before thi. knowledge wa.converted to some benefit, man paid heavy penalties for his ignorance. We may not know how 11 utilise th. forces in the strong hurricane winds to our advantage, nut we do know, to some degree, how to recognize the dangei mt to the storm. If we fail to heed the warnings in time; if the human agencii • upon which we depend for our information and for help fail rdination; if some mortal or group of mortals exercises poor judgment and takelightly the -a. red trust of caring for and proti vho de| end upon them. we cannot, consistently, call the crin "act of God." There was criminal negligence somewhere along the line. Coupled with that, there wa.a lack of the understanding and of thi %  edge which was essential under such circumstanci ,., It is not in a spirit of sacrilege that the most profound thinkers and truly religious individuals havi a... lys Stressed man'.duty to his iv man above hi? obligations to God. It is man's duty to constantly im reaie his store of knowledge and to put it at the disposal and at the service of his brothers. Mistakes Were made, l am n position to say who made them. But, from this wreckage then rise a demand for an improved service in storm warnings; then be enacted legislation demanding that houses of certain specifications be constructed n the future, houses that will afford sufficient protection against strong winds; this experience will teach us to watchers at I ategic points in this area to follow closely the course of future hurricane-; from this ll n the moral will be thai it is better to be safe than to bi sorry. Someone ha.-aid that "accidents do not happen; they arc caused." The loss of life in this ca • .-uch an a.calent. It wa • : by faulty human agencii And here ;. >u think you have me cornered. \ ou come back at me and ask. "But, docit have to be? Do these strong winds have to originate'.'" A that they have to be. The windart the result of natural' forces. They obey natural laws. You want the matter changed'.' Very well. There are many who cannot bear -trong sunshine. Let us order the .-un to stop shining. Oh, you don't want that? You recommend that they wear colored lenses? Then I recommend that, sin.c we cannot prevent the strong winds, we should protect ourselves against them. That i man's duty. To delve, to study, to follow up scientific research and to devise some better means, some surer method of prognostication, some more harmonious co-ordination of thevario i entrusted with our protect. on. Don't be so eag< r to blame God for all that is unpleasant. We are poor judgeof the "acts of God." It is only a comforting thought to us. a sort of scapegoat upon which we cast, upon whose shoulders we place, the responsibility for our own acts, for our own negligence. It Is the coward's door of escape. The brave man reviews his own actionand seeks out the flaws that he may avoid the same mistakes in the future. Human life is at stake. Human agencies were at fault. If we insist on considering it an "act of Hod" we shall never improve our technique for protecting human life, in such emergencies. That would be disastrous. Let us take up the task where God left off when He rested from all His work which He had created "to make." Let us make of the raw materialof life a thing of beauty, happiness and safety. After all, among the blessings given to man, there was the instruction to "replenish the earth, and subdue it." Let ma himself deserving of so great a responsibility and of the blessing which must follow. Hebn w :hool began this week at the Jacksonville Jewish Center, Third and Silver sts. Plans arebeing made to pre. 'hechildren of the Hebrew scdiool to conduct their own services during the coming High Holidays in the prayer room of the Center. Classes for beginners and ced students in the Hebn w scriptures will be organized. Transportation for children redeling in Riverside will be prodded. Announcement was made of the iyment of Miss Rose Soloff, a graduate of the Herzliah Hebrew Academy of New York City assist Rabbi Morris I). Margolis in the school. She will also be in harge of the Center office. Marta's Expected Malta Eggerth, vivacious blonde II [an concert and screen star. arrived in New York Labor Day MII her long term contract with Carl Laemmle at Universal. two weeks of sight-seeing in ast, Miss Eggerth will come i Universal City, where she will be starred in an original romanticmusical picture to be directed byPaul Kohner, Jewish associate producer. (Copyright, 1935, by Seven Arts Feature Syndicate) ing shed some of his Jewish blood in defense of the swastika during the anti-Nazi riot on board the SS. Bremen on July 20th. Solo. mon was in a hospital for nearly a week as a result of injuries he suffered when he defended the X ai j emblem against rioters who tried to pull it down. %  s'lta l lllBTWJ.'!';;sj!i lB r > ;i BKHlM1 %  For a Drink That's %  REALLY GOOD %  Try a Bottle of : %  WEHLE'S MULE HEAD ALE! Distributed >Y i STANDARD DKKJ & I SUNDRY CO. 17 N. W. Fifth St. 1 MIAMI i _wBuaiiw %  %  %  %  At All Good Stores lewish Detective Gets Reward for Defending Swastika New York (UN'S) —lohn Schroeder, general manager of the North German Lloyd Line, apparently doesn't read the new-papers, for on the very day that a German court in Breslau ruled that anyone who talks or walks with a Jew is guilty of "racial defilement" Schroeder authorized the payment Miss Gertrude F. Jacobi entertained in honor of the Jacobi Urat'lub in the studio annex of .he school last week. A -i.-ting here were Miss Adclc c*. Jacobi, Madame Madeleine Co• '! Millan, Mrs. L. L. Peterind Quittman I'. Thompson of ulty of the school. The program was furnished by the members of the club and con-i ted of drama:ic critical papers, musical rendition-, and %  ei pi eta! ive dancing. Punch was throughout he evening. AHERN FUNERAL HOME FRANCIS AHERN, Pres. 1849 West Flagler Street Telephone 2-2Z11 AMBULANCE SERVICE ROBBIN8 ROOFING 4 SHEET METAL WORKS Responsible Roofers Since 1919. Inspections and Estimates Free. 222 N. W. 26th St. Phone 2-3705 WIWA' West Palm Beach i Continued from Page 31 Temple Beth Israel and Mrs. Herman returned to the city after spending a month's vacation in 'hicago. Mis.Sylvia Feiga lefl for Tal to enter the StanCol%  gi for Women. m, USSft Mrs. J. Sterling and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. I.ou Sterling, from Fort Lauderdale, visited here with friends last Sunday, Mrs. Harry A. Lee and her children, who havebeen staying in 1 Hendersonville, N. C, a H summer, returned, Send a TORGSIN OR[ to your relatives in the U Torasin Stores tire lorn LIGHTS IN SHADOW LAND (Continued From Page 3 I A tremendous shortage of feminine beauty in Hollywood is reported. Attempting to find Goldwyn Girls for Eddie Canter's new picture, which igoing into production soon. Samuel Goldwyn has wa s -' interviewed over 1,500 aspirants nan prove .... .. ,. "<""•* blessings (,,rls "*• %  ^ ,,ur ch ance for jobs, with little success to date. (RUSSIA) ORDER J.S.S.R. 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Friday, September 13, 19.% THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Monday. A male choir i s being formed at the synagogue, which will meet for rehearsal Sunday morning, September 15th, at 10 Bclock,inthe Bynagogue under the direction of Canto,Boris Schlachman. The seating committee will be at the synagogue Sunday at 10 a. m. and every night thereafter from 8 to 9. Scats are |3 and |G Those unable to pay are urged to meeting of Beth David communicate with the members of Page Five ^ji-s Ethel Mintzer, daughter of an d Mrs. I. L. Mintzer, left iday for Tallahassee, where she attend the Florida State C't.lfor Women. ierhood was held Wednesday at Talmud Torah Hall. Reports cent drive for kitchen lament were made by Mrs. LewBrown, chairman of the comic, who showed that the drive with splendid success, ilii Max Shapiro was guest j morning iker. Mrs. J. Engler was aphairman of the arrangethe seating committee and will be given seats free, they Itei ,i> committee to provide for annual children's Succoth %  ty. ""' formation of a permanent organization, religious and social in its scope. to„k place at Beth Talmud Torah Tuesday under the guidance of Rabbi Max Shapiro. The J. J. C. (Junior Judaic Congregation) of Greater Miami announced that religious services for the High Holi'lays for hoy.and girls of ages (AMOK MAURICE MAMCHE8 Of Beth Jacob Congregation eymour Robinson, son of Mr. Mrs. William Robinson, left tember 28th Inike University this week. Btour was prominent in the ath-„-., awarding of a fellowship to Alvin five to eighteen will be held at I Cassell, president of the frat. was the Beth David Auditorium Sep. and 29th. It is the first opportunity that Miami Jewi-.v will have to send their chil, w _._ .. „„ -v..u WIVII CIII1t activities of the Miami Highjoren to a distinct, separate chili id. being an important nieniif its football team. • • • Jack I'allott, who was a lent at the Victoria Hospital, convalescing at her hom dren's service. Junior Rabbi Peretz Scheinberg and Junior Cantor Irving Ginsburg will officiate, assisted by the executive hoard of the J. J. C. The officers of the junior congregation are: President, vin CaBsell as master of announced. He will be a graduate assistant in the College of Business Administration and also will act as assistant director of the Bureau of Economic and Business Research. The annual summer banquet of Phi Beta Delta was held last night at the Hotel Everglades with Alceremo— !" --a .coniciib, '"' ..-.-. .i nB master 01 cert'mo,. -he will be pleased to greet Robert .Miller; vice-president, Saul nies. Members of the alumni spoke f... ..,.!%  'V.. II.,.. I. i !._.• ., ... Selby; secretary, Dolly Selby; treasurer, Jean,'tie Kronenfeld; Ruth Davis arrived home chaplain, Peretz Scheinberg. Tin after spending two' ths visiting relatives :: Jacksonville ami Boston. urinn tinevening. Freshmen at the university were honor guests at ttie banquet. In charge of arrangements were Alvin Cassell, and officer-, are: Molly Engler, ShirMaurice Cromer, Arnold Rubin and administrative hoard, including the ley Haiines, Tlielma Kronenfeld, Vnson Hreiseii. -Marian Fried. Ethel Pont, Lillian Relman, Harold Seigal, Helen SyThe custom observed by the Sen njr. Beth Abraham will conHigh Holiday services as usual tsynagogue on X. W. Fifth •he meeting of the Young I'Hebrew Association Wednes[liigllt Hayes Wood, vice-presiof the Florida Junior Chamof Commerce, was the guest The rabbis of Greater Miami ker. The organization is sponhave designated Sunday, Septem ince and entertainment i' Piet Ballroom Sunday night. 16th, at !• o'clock, when man, Melvin Weinkle, Milton Zohn and Helen Shift". Parents who please commuicate with Kabbi Shapiro or Bee the arrangements committee of the J. J. C. any evening next week. Imber of local artists will be pnted for the entertainment of feuests. Manya Krupnick of New the guest of Mr. and A. I.. Wechsler, parents of liancee, Jack Wechsler. Miss fcnk-k is a graduate of Hunter and active in the work of Junior lladassah of New York. • • for the annual Miami ini Banquet of Tau Epsilon Fraternity include the formal "'•' at the Royal Palm Club September 15th, at 7 p. recent high school grad[ will i>e K ucsts of honor. Folhanquet the wives and he guests will attend a a! the club. • Junior division of the Y. M. will hold a dance at the f the organization Simpering, September 29th, with Rose Berkowitz, Ruth and Gladys Greenberg in of arrangements. Plans f) gala annual affair of the Station to be held soon will J Charge of a committee headRose Dubler, full details of vill be announced shortly. • A the return to the city this '"' Rabbi Julius Washer anWnent was made of the repK of the Miami Jewish Orc ngregation'a Talmud To|onday, September Kith, at .'{ Registration of all children P L to enroll will be held at fynagogue daily beginning ior and Junior Councils of Jewish Women throughout the country of Interested holding a celebration at the close of Yom Kippur will be observed in Miami this year when both organizations will hold a joint dance in the gardens of the Blackstone Ho tel. Miami Beach, the date to be announced in our next issue. The dance to have been held on September 15th was postponed. Valuable door prizewill be awarded and the finals in the dance conher 22nd, as a Hay of Mourning in memory of the recent loss of a great Light of Israel, the famous Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook, chief testa 1; naa been conducted this Rabbi of Palestine, when memorial servicewill be hold at a local synagogue. Memorial prayers will also be recited in memory of Herman Bernstein, the outstanding Jewish journalist, who died last week. All rabbis and cantors of Greater Miami will participate. .Delta Chapter of Phi Beta Delta began its eleventh year at the Cniversity of Florida this week. The summer will he held ami prizes awarded at this Yom Kippur Eve White Oak Leather HALF SOLES 50c LADIES' HEELS 15c Atlantic Shoe Shop 240 N. E. First Avenue Opp. Cortez Hotel /-dunce. In charge of arrangements aie Mrs. Ida Optner, Mrs. Isidor Cohen, .Mrs. Jeanette Goodkowsky and Mrs. Dan Cromer for the Senior Council and the Misses Gertrude Neham, Lillian Wucher and Ida Joseph for the Junior Council. Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Reisman returned to the City after a visit to relatives and friends in Atlanta. Georgia. Mi. and Mrs. Sol Blass of Atlanta, (ia.. are spending their honeymoon in Miami Beach as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Reisman. The Fifth International Congress of Building Societies has just completed a successful week's work in Salsburg ami Vienna, Austria, and the World Zionist Congress an equally successful convention in Lucerne. Switzerland. Both events wen' attended by Harry 1. Lipton, president, Federal Savings and Loan Association of • Miami, Congress building, in the first instance as a delegate with the American Savings and Building Loan League, whose members "ill be leaving for home on the SS. Rex, scheduled to arrive in New York Saturday, September 21. Mr. Lipton reports a highly BUCcessful and intensely interesting trip, and states that he will have announcements of much interest and value to make to friends and associates upon his return to town. lie appears to have been especially impressed with the English system of building society operation, studied in London, and promises local savings and loan institutions some valuable data and some new Noted Rabbi Is Dead New York (WNS) Orthodox Jewry was again thrown into mourning by the death of Rabbi Gabriel Wolf Margolis this week. Rabbi Margolis' death at the age of NH brought to a close a distinguished career of more than "Id years. Achieving great fame as an author and teacher in his native Russia. Rabbi Margolis was called to the United States in 1900 to occupy the pulpit of the Baldwin Place Synagogue in Boston. After serving as chief rabbi of Boston lor a decade he came to New York in 1910 to succeed Chief Rabbi Joseph Jacob in the Adath Israel Congregation. Rabbi .Margolis was one of the founders of the Assembly of Orthodox Rabbis of the United States and Canada, serving as president for J.". years. Revered by tens of thousands of Jews as a scholar and teacher, Rabbi Margolis was also a man of the world. He was a delegate to the first World Zionist Congress in IK'.l" and also attended the Cracow Congress in I'.101. ideas on old problems. Mr. Lipton plans to visit Palestine, where he intends to arrive in time to celebrate Rosh Hashonoh. and will return to Miami the first week in October. For a Delightful Vacation Stop at the FIFTH AVE. HOTEL 709 5th Ave. West HENDEBSONVILLE, 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. 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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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THE JEWISH UNITY
IXORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLf
5*
Vol. SNo. 37
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1933
Price Five Cents
Jewish News
Around the
World
1,356 .lews Entered Palestine
hui nil'. August
Blem (WNS-Palcor Agen-
cy) A total <>f 4,366 .lews entered
Palestine during the month of Au-
aking n total Jewish ininii.
in execs- nf 48,000 I'm- the
!il months of 1935, accord-
::... to a preliminary report issued
immigration department of
the Jewish Agency for Palestine,
which pointed out that this is the
recorded Jewish immigra-
nt 1'ulestine in history.
German Jewess Jailed for Trying
hi Hide Non-Aryan Origin
in (UN'S) A desperate at-
tempt to save her job by falsify-
grandfather's death certifi-
cost a Berlin Jewish girl
not only her position, but
four months' imprisonment. Be-
lie required documentary ev-
i her Aryan origin to re-
job .-he erased the word
i from her grandfather's
death certificate and substituted it
hi word "Evangelical."
Anti-Nazi Germans Declare War
on Hitler Agents
NEW YORK (WNS) Pledged
It "the rotten Hitler policy,*'
;< cently organized Friends of
acy, an organization of
nti-N'azi Germans, declared open
wai un the Friends of the New
Germany and the swastika in a
oi announcing that it would
all German-Americans in
tion to the .Nazis. Headed
by Eugene F. Grigat, an Aryan
German and founder of the Amer-
ica First and Always Society, the
Friends of Democracy declared
that "the uncivilized, un-American
activities carried on by the Nazi
element in this country are mak-
ing the Germans in this country
again as they were in L916,
' i e come to realize that it is
futile to fight a condition 3,000
way and overlook the same
condition rfight here in Yorkvillu
and Ridgewood. Alien agents of
i/.i party, proponents of the
Hitler regime, are now freely
ling the poison of intolerance
lews, Catholics and espe-
cially against Americans of Ger-
man descent who refuse to adopt
the rotten Hitler philosophy. We
W that there is no room in this
J for the swastika because
fhe Bwastika is not the flag of a
friendly nation, but the flag of the
pazi party. We Americans of
Perman origin will therefore en-
deavor to see to it that the swas-
*a is forbidden in this country;
hat the storm flags arc returned
Germany; that Nazi uniforms
"sappear from the halls, highways
""' byways in America, and that
f'en Nazi propagandists be sent to
Place where they may give the
"ler salute to their heart-' con
ent."
World Jewish
Congress Planned
Lucerne (WNS-Palcor Agency)
Preparations for the convening of
the World Jewish Congress, the
first in modern history, will be
completed by spring of 1936, it
was decided at a meeting here of
Jewish leaders representing 20
countries on the committee of Jew-
ish Delegations, the international
Jewish representative body found-
ed at the Versailles peace confer-
ence to protect Jewish minority
rights. An executive committee of
2S to direct preparations in all
lands for the convening of the in-
ternational assembly was elected
and includes a- American members
Federal .Indue Julian W. .Mack.
Louis Lipsky, honorary president
>f the Zionist Organization of
America; Abraham Goldberg and
Dr. Joshua Goldberg, secretary of
the American Jewish Congress, all
of New York.
The meeting declared that "the
i arly summoning of a World Jew-
ish CongreS8 is imperative iii view
of the catastrophic economic posi-
tion of tiie Jewish masses in Kast-
ern Europe." The Committee of
Jewish Delegations, of which Dr.
Stephen S. Wise was elected pros-
ident, also decided lo start upon a
n w policy by engaging in con-
structive social relief activities.
Other members of the executive
committee of 2S include: Isaac
lien Zvi, president of Vaad l.etimi;
Dr. Isaac Gruenbaum; Dr. Fishel
Rottenstreich, and Dr. Ben /.ion
Mossinsohn. Representatives of
the i.abor Party and the Mizrachi
ale to lie CO-Opted.
Local Jewry National Prayer Strictly
Aids Red Cross Day Next Sunday Confidential
A meeting sponsored by the lo-j New York (WNS)Sunday, Sep-
cal B'nai B'rith Lodge at the Co- tember 22, the fust day of Slichos,
lonial Towers Hotel last Sunday | which inaugurates the special sea-
son of prayer, has been proclaimed
as a nation-wide day of interces-
sion on behalf of the Jews of Ger-
many in a proclamation issued by
the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of
the United States and Canada. In
accordance with this proclamation
the Jews of this country and Can-
ada are asked to go to their syna-
gogues on the Day of Intercession
Tidbits From Everywhere
morning resulted in the formation
of a United Jewish Drive for the
city of Miami to raise funds for
the alleviation of the sufferers of
the recent hurricane at the Florida
Keys. The organization will work
with the American Red Cross, to
whom the funds will be given. W.
\\. Edwards, general chairman of
the relief campaign, spoke during
the morning, as did Henry Nadel- to observe a half-day fast and to
weiss, chairman; Rabbi Jacob H.
Kaplan. Rabbi Max Shapiro, Rabbi
and David I. Rosenbloom.
An effort is being made1 to con-
tact every Jewish merchant and
professional in the county, so that
all of local Jewry may be repre-
sented in the filial result.
A permanent organization was
offer prayers for their brethren in
Germany.
The proclamation reads as fol-
lows :
"We, the members of the Union
of Orthodox Kabbi- of the United
States and Canada, hereby set
a-ide Sunday. September 22. 1935,
lormed with Henry s. Nadelweiss, Elul the 24th> 5695> as :i ":,v "f
general chairman; Abe Aronovitz, Intercession. We have selected
/ice-chairman; Elry Stone, secre- lhia ''''"'' becaus '"'' first
tary; Mrs. Isidor Cohen, vice- ''> '"' Slichos, inaugurating the
chairman, and Mrs. Benjamin Le- SDec,al 8eason "f Prayer, when
vine, treasurer. A general advis- ?ew 'he world over repair to their
.iry board, consisting of Rabbis Ja-
cob ||. Kaplan, Max Shapiro. David
houses of worship, in preparation
for the observance of the High
i. Rosenbloom, S. M. Machtei and ""'>' I,:,-v>- Rosn Hashona and Yen
Editors Oppose
Berlin Games
Cincinnati (WNS) By a ratio
of virtually 4 to l daily newspaper
editors in this country responding
to a poll on the Olympic games
conducted by the American Is-
raelite are opposed to holding the
1936 games in Germany. By a
ratio of '! to 2 the responding ed-
itors are opposed to American par-
ticipation in the Olympics next
year if they are not moved from
Germany. To the question, "Do
you believe that the United States
athletes should participate in the
1936 Olympic games if the games
are not moved from Germany?"
12 answered yes and 18 no. Joe
Aston, sport editor of the Cincin-
nati Post, acted as chairman of
the poll. The questionnaire was
sent to editors of all papers in
cities of more than 100,000 popu-
lation and replies were received
from editor- of pap.rs having a
circulation of over 6,000,000 and
published in cities with a total
population of 22,196,434. A ma-
jority of sporting editors respond-
ing to the questionnaire are also
opposed to holding the 1986 Olym-
pics in Germany "if the charge of
discrimination against non-Aryans
in Germany is proved." On the
first question the responding ed-
itors voted 30 yes and 26 no, but
by their own provision which some
Julius Washer, was named.
Twenty-five captains and work-
ers were appointed with instruc-
tions to augment their units. The
general committee consists of N.
Adelman, Ike Levin, Dr. I''rank
Coret, Benjamin LeVine, Elry
Stone. William Friedman. Henry
Bulbin, Edward Friedman, Abra-
ham AronovitZ, Stanley ('. Myers.
Harry Markowitz, Dr. Jacob II.
Kaplan. Rabbi Max Shapiro, kabbi
David 1. Rosenbloom, Rabbi Wash-
er, Kabbi Machtei, Harry Farr,
Lewis Brown, Sidney II. Palmer,
Karl Warfield, Maurice M. Mar-
cus, Joseph Richter, Henry S. Na-
delweiss and Boris Schlachman.
The Mesdames Elry Stone. Henry
S. Nadelweiss, Joseph Richter.
Isidor Cohen, Julian Steinau, R.
R. Adler, Ida Optner, Jean-
nette Goodkowsky, M. Schein-
berg, Lewis Brown. Stanley C. My-
ers, Albert Ko.-enthal, I.uella Farr,
Sadie Kose, Sidney Wointraub,
Benjamin LeVine, S. Aronovitz,
(Jhfelder, the Misses Doris Croiner,
.Martha Spiegelman, Adelman. Max
girls.
The result of the first two .lays'
drive by the United Jewish Divi-
sion of cash reported to general
headquarters is in excess of $1,.'!00.
All desiring to make contribu-
tions are urged to give it to a
member of the committee or to
any of the headquarters of the
Red Cross, to be credited to the
United Jewish Drive Division.
sporting editors wrote mi the ques-
tionnaire, these same editors' vote
ia 2:i no and 28 yes on question matter what their sins, we would
Kippur. At the conclusion of the
services, the Shofar is blown, as a
signal to the Jewish people to
March their hearts, their souls and
turn once more unto their God. It
is the season, too. when, according
to Jewish tradition the world was
created, and when all things creat-
ed pass before our Heavenly Fa-
ther in review for judgment.
"On the Day of Intercession we
ask our people to meet in the syn-
agogue and to abstain until noon-
time from all food and all earthly
pleasure's. Not in anger, nor in the
spirit of vengeance, would we as-
semble, but .11 prayer, tin that day
we want particularly th::-,
brethren in Germany, who a; 1
faring the horrors of persecution
and of ruthless oppression, to know
that our hearts go out to them,
that we feed with them in the hour
of their tribulation, and give them
the assurance that we arc- ready to
stand by their side at all times.
"We would say to them 'Be
steadfast and of good courage, for
the Guardian of Israel neither
-leepeth nor slumbereth, and He
will save ye.'
"We do not protest; we pray. On
this Day of Intercession we also
offer up supplication that God in
His Mercy turn the hearts of the
leaders of the German people and
of the German people also that
they repent their evil ways and
make atonement for their wrong-
ful deeds. We seek no vengeance,
nor do we ask the destruction of
any people. God's creatures all, no
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
Sport
There may be another Jewish
baseball magnate in the big
leagues before the next season
rolls around Johnny Kling,
one-time Jewish star backstop for
the old Chicago Cubs of Tinker to
Evers to Chance fame, is heading
a syndicate that is dickering for
the purchase of the Brooklyn
Dodgers ... A Baltimore corre-
spondent chides us for calling Bud-
dy Myer and Heinie Manush, mem-
bers of the Washington Senators
nine. Jewish Our correspondent
-ays that neither of them are un-
sere leite, but that Clark Griffith,
owner of the Senators, prefers not
to deny the story of their Jcwish-
ness in order to cash in at the box
office One of those days a
io\er by the name of Yussel Eis-
enberg may be another Barney
Ross or Benny Leonard Yus-
sel has been signed up by Hymie
Caplin, who saw the 15-year-old
fighter at the Hebrew Orphan
Asylum in New York, where he
took some of his boxers to enter-
Iain the orphans.
ForeVeterans Coming
Keep your eye on Abraham Kra-
ditor, the Brooklyn lawyer and ac-
countant, who is the new command-
er-in-chief of the Jewish War vet-
erans Those who know the
new ('. I. <-. predict that under his
administration the JWV will be-
come an important force in Amer-
ican Jewish life And the new-
senior vice-commander-in-chief of
the JWV. Harry Schaffer of Pitts-
burgh, is also regarded as a com-
ing man Whi h reminds us that
the Jewish War Veterans are seok-
ing representation i a the J linl
Consultative Council, which now
includes only the B'nai B'rith,
American Jewish Congress and
American Jewish Committee.
,,,if the alleged discrimination
is proved." On the question re-
help them to seek a new spirit, to
become once more reconciled to the
garding American participation if principles ot love and of peace.
the games are not moved from
Germany the sporting editors voted
,;o yes and 20 no, but by their own
".May He who dwells in His High
Heaven receive our prayers and
hearken unto our supplication, and
stipulation which tome wrote on
the questionnaires tneir vote be-1 may He spare and may He forgive
comes 33 yes and 21 no. I and may He pardon."
Let's Go Social
Mike Bluestone, publicity wizard
for the Manischewitz interests, is
the publisher of the Nightly
Squawk ... Its only and first edi-
tion carries the headline, "It's a
Girl at the Bluestones" Mike
has entered the publishing busi-
ness to inform his many thousands
of friends that he's the happy fa
ther of Miss Jacqueline Bluestone
and that he and the mother, the
former Renee Sehillinger (one of
the most beautiful women in the
world's largest Jewish community
Brooklyn) are doing well .
Congratulations to Rabbi Bernard
L. Levinthal, 70-year-old Orthodox
leader of Philadelphia, on the oc-
casion of his marriage to Mrs. Sa-
rah Samson Here's one mar-
riage that will never be renovated
. And Belle Baker, the comedian
whose rendition of the song, "Lit-
tle Man. You've Had a Busy Day,"
conquered London last season, is
returning to England to marry
Charles Langhorn, London Jewish
banker ... At the risk of compct-
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THE JEWISH FLOK1DIAN
Friday, September 13, 193,



|e and accompanied them'home on the SS. Shawn.,.
\- ;, meeting of the board of
direct t Beth Ja C01
tion last week Rabb David I. Ros-
i-nbloom was unanimously re-elect-
ed as spiritual head of the con-
ation for another term. Also
re-. lected was Mr. M. Simonhoff,
n of tli' "; "t. 1
Maurice Mamches of New York
was unanimously elected cantor
and teacher of the congregation
for the coming year. Cantor
Mamches has already begun his
:t the synagogue and will
.liant Slichos and the High Holy
Hay services this year. The seat-
in).' committee is at the synagogue
every evening from Sundays from 10 a. in. Those de-
siring seats arc urged to make
their reservations immediately be-
cause of the limited capacity of
the synagogue.

William Stanley Weinkle son
cf Dr. and Mrs. Barney Weinkle,
will become Bar Mitzva September
l itli at Saturday morning bi
of Beth Ja
dent of the congregation, will pre-
sent the Bar Mitzva certificate on
behalf cf the synagogue. Follow-
ing the services the parents of the
Bar Mitzva will he hosts a: "Kid-
dush" to the worshipers in the ves-
try rooms of the synagogue. All
the family are invited
end. No cards will be issued.
William Stanley is the grandson of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis VVeinkle, prom-
inent communal workers of Great-
el .Miami. Mrs. Barney Weinkle
is a past president Beth Jacob
Sisterhood.
* *
Mure than 100 women were en-
tertained at a lea by the Miami
ter of the Senior Hadassah
Monday at the Alcazar Hotel. Dur-
ing thi ssor Port-
well known violinist, j::.
group of numbers, with his son,
a. playing ':.:- accompani-
Mischa ( also gave
- -.
Mr-. 1. M. Weinstein was guest
t being "What
the w Means."
A ; II .'. :. Tl
'
f yell : \
tig at 1 Mrs. 11. Ho-
I Alf I R senthal,
M 5. A. 1 : Mrs. I.uella 1
M Bai y Weinkle was
arrangements
Mi -. Max Pepper have
a tri] I New York
. !Ut.
* t
Miss Reggie Goldstein left this
week on the ss. Algonquin for a
in New York.
* *
M Rubj Bernstein left this
week foi Ta to attend
College for Women.
*
Mi -. D. .1. Apte and daughter,
Mis.- AH Apte, are in New York
City at Barbizon-Plaza Hotel.
\\ II II \M STANLEY \\ EINKLE
.___________Hannah Asher, teacher of piano
Had,. Stanley will recite the Haf- at the University of Miami Con-
toro and speak on the significance servatory, with her daughter II-..
Bai Mitzva. Rabl David I. returned from a month's va
Rosenbloom will preach briefly and in 1 Ga., and Highlands
then Mr. Philip Liberman, presi- X. ('.
Let Us Solve Your
New Year's
Greeting Card
Problem!
Your personal Greeting Card in the Jewish
Floridian's New Year's Edition, which will reach
every Jewish home Friday. September 27th. will do
the trick.
To raise funds for the Red Cross
relief drive. United Jewish Divi-
sion, loeal .lery and diamondhall
enthusiasts will he given an op-
portunity to witness a name he-
tween the famous Markowitz &
Resnick team and the diamondball
aggregation of the Young Men's
Hebrew Association. The entire
proceeds of the game, which will
be held Monday evening, Septem-
ber Kith, at Flamingo I'ark. Miami
Beach, beginning at 8:30, will he
given to the hurricane sufferers.
Miss Norma I.e.' Simpson.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius
LETS FIGURE THIS A MINI TE
WITH YOU !
How many of >our friends and relatives did you forjret
with NEW YEAR'S CreetinEs last year?
How much time did you have to spend in selecting suitable
cardsin addressing and mailing them?
You can save all this trouble, all this worry and the not
inconsiderable expense by inserting' a personal New Year's
Greetings in the Kosh Hashonah Kdition of The Jewish
Ploridian.
Kosh Hashonah begins Friday evening Sept. 27th, and
our issue carrying New Year (ireetinKs will appear that
morning.
Send or phone your greetings immediately.
NORMA LEE SIMPSON
Photo by Sarli.
Simpson, left this week for the
University of Alabama at Tusca-
loosa, where she recently enrolled.
w *
Miss Jeannette Teller of Miami
Beach recently left on a tour to
Colorado Springs, Yellowstone
I'ark, Grand canyon and Los An-
geles, Calif. Miss Teller expects
to he away several month-, and
will return by way of Mexico and
the Panama Canal. A farewell
party was given for her at the
Royal Palm Club.
* #
Services Friday eveninj
pie Israel, Miami'.- Reform con-
1 on, 137 X. E. Nineteenth
st., at 8:16 o'clock. Dr. Kaplan
will speak on "In Darkness There
Is Light."
The New Year begins Friday
evening, September 27th the serv-
ices and program. The seating
committee will announce, next
week, a convenient p.ace for meet-
ing members and non-members de-
siring to attend services.
The Sunday school of Temple Is-
rael will open September 22nd at
i" o'clock. All children kindly re-
port at that time.

Mi.-- Janice Brill, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. A. Brill of Miami
Beach, will leave this week for
Tallahassee to re-enter Florida
State College for Women for her
senior year. She is a member of
delta Phi Kpsilon sorority,
* *
Mrs. Murry Grossman will re-
turn home Sunday morninR from
a two months' vacation at New
York City and the summer resi-
dence of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Roller, at Walden, N. Y.
Mrs. Grossman will be at home to
her many friends Sunday at 800
Collins ave.. Miami Beach.
Mrs. A. Engler has returned
home after a summer vacation at
Lake Placid, X. Y. Her daughter,
Mrs. Leonard Epstein, and daugh-
ter, Ann Engler Epstein, accom-
panied her and also have returned
to their home in Coral Gable- Mr
Epstein met his family i J.M.h.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1935
Vol. 8No. 37
STATEWIDE NEWS
Jacksonville News
The Temple Sisterhood will hold
its first executive meeting for the
new season at 9:30 o'clock the
morning of September 17 in the
Temple Home.
The opening meeting of the Sis-
terhood will be held on Tuesday,
October ].
Expected to attend the first ex-
ecutive meeting with Mrs. Lipp-
man are Mrs. I. L. Kaplan, first
vice-president; Mrs. Louis Ber-
lack, second vice-president; Mrs.
Louis S. Joel, recording secretary;
Tampa Notes West Palm Beach
A gala ceremonial will be held
Sunday evening, September 15th,
at Cong. Knesses Israel, Oak and
Central ave,, wfien a iPoroches,
Chupah, a "Mentele" for the Safer
Torah and a Shofar will be pre-
sented to the Synagogue. Ad-
dresses will be made by prominent
citizens and refreshments will be
served following the ceremonies.
Mr. A. Solomon, vice-president of
the Synagogue, will be in charge of
the ceremonies and he is being as-
sisted by Mr. M. Wolf, president
Mr. Harry Sirkin, 8r., while on
a business trip to New York, vis-
ited his daughter, Louise Sirkin,
and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liajii 'Burns. M1-. SiJkinj, whfile
traveling, will also visit relatives
in New Britain, Conn., and Bos-
ton, Mass.
secretary; Miss Rae Halle, treas-
urer.
Honorary member of the execu-
tive board, Mrs. Flora T. Max; ca-
tering, Mrs. J. M. Glickstein; hos-
pitality, Mrs. L. Greenbaum;
grounds and tennis court, Mrs. M.
W. Barwald; literature, Mrs. Paul
Nathan; program, Mrs. B. Peiser;
publicity, Mrs. Ben David; propa-
ganda and membership, Mrs. Law-
rence M. Lippman; pulpit decora-
I here is much food for thought in the idea of those who tions, Mrs. Sidney J. Brown; reli-
feel that in an appeal for relief for hurricane sufferers there gion and museum, Mrs. Max Moss.
is no valid reason for the segregation of Jews from non- Religious school, Mrs. Herbert
Jews. There is too much of the Ghettoization idea connected Weiss; sewing, Mrs. L. Berlack;
with this separation of Jews from the entire mass of the' Sisterhood Exchange, Miss Rae
citizenry, and extreme care should he taken in all matters Halle; student activities and peace,
of this nature. 'Mrs. Leonard H. Grunthal; sun-
However ... in fairness to those who made the move. shim Mrs- Hcnr' '***! milk and
let it be said that they were actuated by motives of pure (
humanitarianism ... by the thought that they were forward-
ing the good name of the Jewish people And with that in
mind, the matter having now reached the point where it is
too Iat6 to recant.
Let us be true Jews Jews who always answer the
call of the needv, of the suffering and distressed Ours
not to question why OURS ONLY TO GIVE GIVE
.. AND GIVE.
The cause is important men. women and children
have been hurt and are suffering today. When the final
roll is called let it become a part of the history of Dade
Mrs. S. J. Mendel, corresponding 0f the congregation, and Mr. Ben
Finman. The public is invited to
attend.
Rabbi Adolph Burger officiated
at the wedding ceremony last Sun-
day when Miss Rose Lillian Rod-
nesky of Fort Meade, Fla., became
the bride of Mr. Joseph Goldman
of Bartow, Fla.
Mrs. Annette Dunn Tobe, who
was taken to the local hospital
two weeks ago, after being shot
by her husband, is now out of dan-
ger and at home with her mother,
Mrs. A. Dunn of Okeechobee road.
phone, Mis. W. S. Hill; Temple
Home interior, Mrs. Morris J.
Greenblatt; uniongrams, Mrs. M.
L. Priedberg; ways and means,
Mrs. I. L. Kaplan; year book, Mrs.
Paul Nathan and Miss Rae Halle.
Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Jacobs and
daughter, Hazel, are in New York
City.
The annual ceremony of visiting
the graves of the departed rela-
tives will be observed by members
of Rodeph Sholom Congregation
Sunday mornings, September 15th
and 22nd, from 10 to 12 o'clock.
Rabbi Adolph Burger will be in
charge and the usual prayers for
the dead will be recited.
Beth El Sisterhood met Tuesday
evening at the home of Mrs. M.
Tessler, discussing important busi-
ness matters. Refreshments were
served after the meeting.
Mrs. Abe Dobrow and little son
returned to their home in Pahokee,
Fla., after a seven weeks' vacation
in New York, where they visited
with relatives and friends.
Mrs. AI Gasper returned to her
home after a good summer vaca-
tion in New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan S. Isaac
County, that its Jewish citizens responded to the call of announce the birth of a son, Wil-
humanity and did it in a truly Jewish way. WHOLE
HEARTEDLY AND WITHOUT DELAY.
Daily Hebrew school of Rodeph
Sholom Congregation meets daily-
bet ween 4 and G p. m., when reli-
gious and Hebrew instruction is
given.
Seating committees are at Cong.
Rodeph Sholom every evening and
Sunday mornings to provide for
the High Holy Day services. All
are urged to make their reserva-
tions early,
Miss Rosabelle Scher, daughter
of Mrs. Sam Scher, arrived home
this week after a vacation in New
York.
Mr. M. Gold, from Daytona
Beach, Fla., visited his brother,
Mr. I. Gold, and family at theier
Palm Beach home this week.
Ham Herbert, Sunday, September
1, in St. Vincent's hospital. Mrs.
Isaac was the former Miss Claire
Manassee.
LIGHTS IN SHADOWLAND
By LOUIS PKKAKSKY
lor the benefit of a subscriber
f the Jewish Criterion, Pitts-
burgh, I'a., and a subscriber of the
Jewish Times, Philadelphia, Pa.,
* are glad to submit the infor-
nation that Irving Pichel, now a
)** 'i with RKO-Radio Pictures,
Ms 'in in Pittsburgh, Pa. He
is educated in public grammar
fehools and in Pittsburgh Central
'igh school. His father was a
lewspaper man. living used to
firn the basement of the family
"<< into a theatre. Strangely
[0Ugh, he decided to study medi-
""' "he,, he entered Harvard Uni-
ersity in 1!I14, on a scholarship.
" freshman he joined the Har-
Md Dramatic Club, however, and
1 his junior year he abandoned
'"- of becoming a doctor. While
1 Harvard he was invited to ap-
**'' in plays at Boston's Castle
JVn Theatre, in 1916 Pichel
""' to California. At the Little
heat re in l,os Angeles he met
flolette Wilson. They were mar-
(li the same year and until he
fered motion pictures they ap-
fared together ^ many commu-
te theatres. They have three
Dns.
Visitors in Town
Bernard Gimbel, president of
Gimbel Bros, department stores,
who is in Los Angeles and Holly-
wood with his attractive wife on
his first California vacation, pre-
dicts that: "Unless there is a re-
versal of some kind, business will
make great gains by fall. The pub-
lic generally has restrained itself
long enough and now everyone is
of a mind to spend. I believe they
will do lots of spending, wise
spending, before the year is out."
Although he is here for a rest, he
is taking time out for a personal
tour of the leading department
-tores and smart shops in Holly-
wood and Los Angeles, to compare
them with his seven eastern es-
tablishments. Three of the seven
stores owned by Gimbel Bros, are
in New York, including Sak's Fifth
Avenue, one in Pittsburgh, one in
Philadelphia, one in Chicago and
another in Milwaukee. During
their stay here Mr. and Mrs. Gim-
bel are house guests of Samuel
Goldwyn, film producer. So you
can be certain the noted visitors
will inspect the motion picture
studios while they are here.
(Continued on Page 4)
Miss Ruby Diamond of Tallahas-
see is visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. R.
Cohen.
Miss Jean Zacharias, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Zacharias,
left Monday for the Florida State
College for Women at Tallahassee.
proaching, anyone who desires to
secure seats or affiliate with the
Temple are urged to get in touch
with Rabbi Kaplan or any of the
officers of the congregation.
The religious school will open
for registration at the Temple
Home at 'J.'M o'clock Sunday morn-
ing, September 22.
News of the death of her moth-
er, Mrs. Rose Brown of Philadel-
phia was received by Mr. S. Moss
this week. Mrs. Brown was 05
years old.
Mr. Daniel Goodmark, after
spending a month in New York on
a vacation and buying trip, has
returned to the city.
Alumni and active members of
Tau Alpha Chapter of Tau Epsi-
lon Phi, national social fraternity
at the University of Florida, held
a luncheon at the Calling Grill
last ,'week honoring Decent high
school graduates.
Nathan J. Roberts, head of the
local alumni group, presided.
Local alumni present were: Na-
Rabbi and Mrs. Julius Washer
of the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation visited Jacksonville
on their way to Miami, returning
from New York, where they spent
their vacation, and were guests of
Rabbi and Mrs. M. D. Margolis
for the week-end.
Saturday morning Rabbi Wash-
er preached a sermon in the Jack-
sonville Jewish Center, and in the
afternoon addressed the Talmud-
ical Class Ain Yacow at the Sho-
losh Saudos.
Mrs. Margolis gave a reception
Oneg-Shabos in honor of Mrs.
Mr. Harry Cohen of Belle Glade,
Fla., and Miss Jean Abramowitz
of Pahokee, Fla., were married this
week. Mr. Cohen is farming in the
Belle Glade section.
Mr. Sam Scher, who was away
on a business and vacation trip for
the past few weeks, has returned
to the city.
than J. Roberts, Ralph Mizrahi,
Roland Krantz, Henry Kramer, | Washer Saturday afternoon, where
Maurice Goldstein, Sidney Kass. I the members of the Daughters of
Active members of Tau Alpha Israel came to meet Mrs. Washer.
Chapter present were: Melvin Bar- [ ---------
in it. Irving Klepper, Phillip Sel- The fall semester of the Jack-
ber, Irving Gibbs of Live Oak; j sonville Council, Workmen's Cir-
Palm Beach Lodge No. 114G,
B'nai B'rith, will meet Monday eve-
ning at the home of Mr. A. Ko-
miners. Important matters will
be discussed. All members are
urged to attend.
Mrs. Joseph Halpern, who has
spent over ten weeks with her
daughter, Miss Helen Halpern, at
the Barbizon Club in New York,
has returned to her home in Pros-
pect Park last week.
Myer Sigal of Orlando and Martin
Segal of Orlando.
High school graduates present
were: Julius Fletcher, Joe Mizrahi
and Alfred Panken.
Mrs. Lawrence M. Lippman and
daughters, Alise and Lucile, re-
turned from a trip in the North.
Religious services were resumed
at Jewish Temple, Laura and Ash-
ley sts., Friday night.
With the holiday season ap-
cle, school was started this week
at 24:1 West Eighth st., with R.
Kenjersky of New York City as
the teacher. Enrollments are now
being made. A complete course in
Yiddish will be given.
Miss Helen Rita Hurwitz of
Norfolk, Va., is spending a week
in the Ocean View Apartments at
Jacksonville Beach as the guest
of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. A. E. Selber of Jacksonville.
(Continued on Page 4)
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barer and
their son, Marshal, returned to
West Palm Beach after spending
the summer in New York City and
Jamaica, L. I.
The monthly meeting of Beth
Israel Sisterhood, followed by the
weekly Tuesday afternoon bridge
tea party, was held last Tuesday
afternoon at Schwartzberg Hall,
with Mrs. Cy Argintar and Mrs.
Harry Halpern as hostesses.
Rabbi Dr. Carl N. Herman of
(Continued on Page 4)



Page Four
THE JEWISH ri.OBllHAN
Friday, September 13,
my
Jlabio #gtut0*0 Section
Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
rn.r nd li.rertor. Rael... Vnagoi of Awr
SUNDAY MORMNG3 0D, MIAMI. PLOWDA
SERMON DELIVERED SINI>\VSmi^:
1 :.">
"Pre-New Year Thoughts'
l-.i. Inclusive
Scripture Reading, Genesis, < hapter II. Verse
The New Year Season, or the High Holiday Sea. >n, designated
Yawmim Hannorawim" The Fearful Days, rhe
ii the fish in thi n tremble H -
I, follows, that < tn
in Hebrew as the
rabbil have taught us ilia
approach of the Judgment
thi
Id
or
di
the
ECghr.ti!
'JSeVme thoug approaching High .1
,rt in his life. Whei i .ur own locality, we ar t rented by
^catastrophe, remarkable that men men .hould
k themselves. "Why?" What; about.
Thus a i- that men and women who. during the y .-. g little
,. o thought to God, have, withii the past week, asked me, fchj
d God do I *jtt
he chai tnd intelligence of the questioner, 1 was mindful of the
otessional experience of any of S150 to Detective Muthew Solo-
kim is demanded by Goldwn, for mon, member of the^criminal alien
rirls will be trained by film bureau of the New York police de.
Lnce directors at the studio, partment. as a reward for his hav.
I RapPi the writer, is working
,, [lu. gcripl for this Cantor film.
r
World's l'a-hin Center
Paris may be the fashion center
, the world, and London the town
martest dressed women
I, i Oberon is $oing home to
,,. England, with a complete
Hollyw.....i wardrobe. Two large
wardrobe trunks are on their way
Br lam with the cloth.'- designed
,-, I,,., by Omar Kiam. The entire
robe was presented to the
ii bj Samuel Coldwyn as
ling away" gift.
a rural Sunday
predicament of the bishop who was paying a vim to >
school in :..- .: >unday dealt wh Jacobs
Dream." The minister of the loca, church re iiahed his P'ce at
the head of the children'.- :lass to the visit Dg irch dignitary. I he
bishop explain, the i -a ol Jac b's Dream I tl j ungsters, and.
ilt the close of h.s talk, he a-kcl the children to ask itioni that
they n .-ire on any portion of the lesson that was not clear to
One little girl ra.s-d her hand, and, being : Ognized D> the
bishop, she a.-ked this question: "Plea sir, if the, were ange 1* and
had wing- and could fly, why did thej need the ladder The bishop
hemmed and hawed, muttered ui md replied, mats
a very good question. Next question, please.
"Why did God do this?" That's a very good question. Hut l
\es, that
i VNTOR BORIS BCHLACHMAN
Ol I he Miami Jewish Orthodox
< 'ongregation
Jacksonville News
(Continued from Page 3)
won't pass u by, ignoring it, to ask for the next quest.on. Yes, tttt
is a very good question. And my answer is and there is a possibility
of mv being wrong-my answer is tha 'ID SOT DO THIS. At
least, according to my concept and understanding of the Deity, th All-
Good Powei does not engage in rutl I truction of human life.
That has all the earmarks of being an act of man-not an -act oi
God Of course, you may be shock-d at such a statement by a "man
of the doth." The calamity which we have witnej won-
dertul an opportunity for the averai e prea ler to say, in stentorian
tones full of righteous indignation, and. with fingers pointing accus-
ingly at -inner.-, "You see! That if an example of the wrath ol God.
Repent ye! Lest the Bame fate meet you!"
No greater injustice doe. man commit tow an to name
a- "acts of God," to attribute to the Hea> i : I at i< atroc ties which,
if committed by human being .would brat I then murderers, as
heartless brutes. liu;. you will ii at the thing did happen; that
the hurricane did strike; that hundn : did I theii ind their
property. It is true. The thing did happen, and, somewhere, somi
.. to blame. Yes, but that someone is a human agenc) i a combina-
tion of human agencies.
In the scripture reading we found the And l.od blessed the
seventh da] and Banctified it: because that in it he had rested from
all His work which God created to make." In most translations the
final phrase is wrongly translated tu read "which God created and
made." The Hebrew word, "la-aaos,"' ia an infinitivi make. The
-ages of old Have explained its u-e in this vi mply that man
ha- been placed up eai h to learn to complete things, to learn how-
to control the forces of nature, how to react to them, how to pi
himself against them. Man has mastered many of the tunes of na-
ture He has made then, serve him. He has learned how to avoid
Buffering from floods. Man las chained the lightning and the wind,
the waterfall.- and the tid !. Before thi. knowledge wa.- converted to
some benefit, man paid heavy penalties for his ignorance.
We may not know how 11 utilise th. forces in the strong hurricane
winds to our advantage, nut we do know, to some degree, how to rec-
ognize the dangei mt to the storm. If we fail to heed the
warnings in time; if the human agencii upon which we depend for
our information and for help fail rdination; if some mortal
or group of mortals exercises poor judgment and take- lightly the
-a. red trust of caring for and proti vho de| end upon them.
we cannot, consistently, call the crin "act of God." There was
criminal negligence somewhere along the line. Coupled with that,
there wa.- a lack of the understanding and of thi edge which was
essential under such circumstanci ,.,
It is not in a spirit of sacrilege that the most profound thinkers
and truly religious individuals havi a... lys Stressed man'.- duty to his
iv man above hi? obligations to God. It is man's duty to con-
stantly im reaie his store of knowledge and to put it at the disposal
and at the service of his brothers. Mistakes Were made, l am n
position to say who made them. But, from this wreckage then
rise a demand for an improved service in storm warnings; then
be enacted legislation demanding that houses of certain specifications
be constructed n the future, houses that will afford sufficient protec-
tion against strong winds; this experience will teach us to
watchers at I ategic points in this area to follow closely the course
of future hurricane-; from this ll-----n the moral will be thai it is
better to be safe than to bi sorry. Someone ha.- -aid that "accidents
do not happen; they arc caused." The loss of life in this ca
.-uch an a.calent. It wa : by faulty human agencii
And here ;. >u think you have me cornered. \ ou come back at
me and ask. "But, doc- it have to be? Do these strong winds have to
originate'.'" A that they have to be. The wind- art
the result of natural' forces. They obey natural laws. You want the
matter changed'.' Very well. There are many who cannot bear -trong
sunshine. Let us order the .-un to stop shining. Oh, you don't want
that? You recommend that they wear colored lenses? Then I rec-
ommend that, sin.c we cannot prevent the strong winds, we should
protect ourselves against them. That i man's duty. To delve, to
study, to follow up scientific research and to devise some better means,
some surer method of prognostication, some more harmonious co-ordi-
nation of the- vario i entrusted with our protect.on.
Don't be so eag< r to blame God for all that is unpleasant. We
are poor judge- of the "acts of God." It is only a comforting thought
to us. a sort of scapegoat upon which we cast, upon whose shoulders
we place, the responsibility for our own acts, for our own negligence.
It Is the coward's door of escape. The brave man reviews his own
action- and seeks out the flaws that he may avoid the same mistakes
in the future. Human life is at stake. Human agencies were at fault.
If we insist on considering it an "act of Hod" we shall never improve
our technique for protecting human life, in such emergencies. That
would be disastrous. Let us take up the task where God left off when
He rested from all His work which He had created "to make." Let us
make of the raw material- of life a thing of beauty, happiness and
safety. After all, among the blessings given to man, there was the
instruction to "replenish the earth, and subdue it." Let ma
himself deserving of so great a responsibility and of the blessing
which must follow.
Hebn w :hool began this week
at the Jacksonville Jewish Center,
Third and Silver sts.
Plans are- being made to pre-
. 'he- children of the Hebrew
scdiool to conduct their own serv-
ices during the coming High Holi-
days in the prayer room of the
Center. Classes for beginners and
ced students in the Hebn w
scriptures will be organized.
Transportation for children re-
deling in Riverside will be pro-
dded.
Announcement was made of the
iyment of Miss Rose Soloff,
a graduate of the Herzliah He-
brew Academy of New York City
assist Rabbi Morris I). Margolis
in the school. She will also be in
harge of the Center office.
Marta's Expected
Malta Eggerth, vivacious blonde
ii [an concert and screen star.
arrived in New York Labor Day
mii her long term contract
with Carl Laemmle at Universal.
two weeks of sight-seeing in
ast, Miss Eggerth will come
i Universal City, where she will
be starred in an original romantic-
musical picture to be directed by-
Paul Kohner, Jewish associate pro-
ducer.
(Copyright, 1935, by Seven Arts
Feature Syndicate)
ing shed some of his Jewish blood
in defense of the swastika during
the anti-Nazi riot on board the
SS. Bremen on July 20th. Solo.
mon was in a hospital for nearly a
week as a result of injuries he suf-
fered when he defended the Xaij
emblem against rioters who tried
to pull it down.
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lewish Detective Gets Reward for
Defending Swastika
New York (UN'S)lohn Schroe-
der, general manager of the North
German Lloyd Line, apparently
doesn't read the new-papers, for
on the very day that a German
court in Breslau ruled that anyone
who talks or walks with a Jew is
guilty of "racial defilement"
Schroeder authorized the payment
Miss Gertrude F. Jacobi enter-
tained in honor of the Jacobi Ura-
t'lub in the studio annex of
.he school last week.
A -i.-ting here were Miss Adclc
c*. Jacobi, Madame Madeleine Co-
'! Millan, Mrs. L. L. Peter-
ind Quittman I'. Thompson of
ulty of the school.
The program was furnished by
the members of the club and con-
-i ted of drama:ic crit-
ical papers, musical rendition-, and
ei pi eta! ive dancing.
Punch was throughout
he evening.
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i Continued from Page 31
Temple Beth Israel and Mrs. Her-
man returned to the city after
spending a month's vacation in
' 'hicago.
Mis.- Sylvia Feiga lefl for Tal
to enter the Stan- Col-
gi for Women.
m,
USSft
Mrs. J. Sterling and her daugh-
ter-in-law, Mrs. I.ou Sterling, from
Fort Lauderdale, visited here with
friends last Sunday,
Mrs. Harry A. Lee and her chil-
dren, who have- been staying in 1
Hendersonville, N. C, aH summer,
returned,
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Torasin Stores tire lorn
LIGHTS IN SHADOW LAND
(Continued From Page 3 I
A tremendous shortage of femi-
nine beauty in Hollywood is re-
ported. Attempting to find Gold-
wyn Girls for Eddie Canter's new
picture, which i- going into pro-
duction soon. Samuel Goldwyn has
was -' interviewed over 1,500 aspirants
nan prove .... .. ,. "<""*
blessings (,,rls' "* ^,,ur chance
for jobs, with little success to date.
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the larger cities of the Soviet
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of high quality.
Prices compare favorably
With those in America .

For Torgiin Orders see your
local bank or authorized agent
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Friday, September 13, 19.%
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Monday. A male choir is being
formed at the synagogue, which
will meet for rehearsal Sunday
morning, September 15th, at 10
Bclock,inthe Bynagogue under the
direction of Canto,- Boris Schlach-
man. The seating committee will
be at the synagogue Sunday at 10
a. m. and every night thereafter
from 8 to 9. Scats are |3 and |G
Those unable to pay are urged to
meeting of Beth David communicate with the members of
Page Five
^ji-s Ethel Mintzer, daughter of
and Mrs. I. L. Mintzer, left
iday for Tallahassee, where she
attend the Florida State C't.l-
for Women.
ierhood was held Wednesday at
Talmud Torah Hall. Reports
cent drive for kitchen
lament were made by Mrs. Lew-
Brown, chairman of the com-
ic, who showed that the drive
with splendid success,
ilii Max Shapiro was guest j morning
iker. Mrs. J. Engler was ap-
hairman of the arrange-
the seating committee and
will be given seats free,
they
Itei
,i> committee to provide for
annual children's Succoth
ty.
""' formation of a permanent
organization, religious and social
in its scope. tok place at Beth
Talmud Torah Tuesday
under the guidance of
Rabbi Max Shapiro. The J. J. C.
(Junior Judaic Congregation) of
Greater Miami announced that re-
ligious services for the High Holi-
'lays for hoy.- and girls of ages
(AMOK MAURICE MAMCHE8
Of Beth Jacob Congregation
eymour Robinson, son of Mr.
Mrs. William Robinson, left tember 28th
Inike University this week.
Btour was prominent in the ath-
--., awarding of a fellowship to Alvin
five to eighteen will be held at I Cassell, president of the frat. was
the Beth David Auditorium Sep.
and 29th. It is the
first opportunity that Miami Jew-
i-.v will have to send their chil-
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t activities of the Miami Highjoren to a distinct, separate chil-
i
id. being an important nieni-
if its football team.

Jack I'allott, who was a
lent at the Victoria Hospital,
, convalescing at her hom
dren's service. Junior Rabbi Per-
etz Scheinberg and Junior Cantor
Irving Ginsburg will officiate, as-
sisted by the executive hoard of
the J. J. C. The officers of the
junior congregation are: President, vin CaBsell as master of
announced. He will be a graduate
assistant in the College of Busi-
ness Administration and also will
act as assistant director of the Bu-
reau of Economic and Business Re-
search.
* *
The annual summer banquet of
Phi Beta Delta was held last night
at the Hotel Everglades with Al-
ceremo-
.........' ---a............. .coniciib, '"' ..-.-. .i nB master 01 cert'mo-
,. -he will be pleased to greet Robert .Miller; vice-president, Saul nies. Members of the alumni spoke
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Selby; secretary, Dolly Selby;
treasurer, Jean,'tie Kronenfeld;
- Ruth Davis arrived home chaplain, Peretz Scheinberg. Tin
after spending two'
ths visiting relatives
::
Jacksonville ami Boston.
urinn tin- evening. Freshmen at
the university were honor guests
at ttie banquet. In charge of ar-
rangements were Alvin Cassell,
and officer-, are: Molly Engler, Shir- Maurice Cromer, Arnold Rubin and
administrative hoard, including the

ley Haiines, Tlielma Kronenfeld, Vnson Hreiseii.
-Marian Fried. Ethel Pont, Lillian *
Relman, Harold Seigal, Helen Sy- The custom observed by the Sen
njr. Beth Abraham will con-
High Holiday services as usual
t- synagogue on X. W. Fifth
*
he meeting of the Young
I'- Hebrew Association Wednes-
[liigllt Hayes Wood, vice-presi-
of the Florida Junior Cham-
of Commerce, was the guest The rabbis of Greater Miami
ker. The organization is spon- have designated Sunday, Septem
ince and entertainment
i' Piet Ballroom Sunday night.
16th, at o'clock, when
man, Melvin Weinkle, Milton Zohn
and Helen Shift".
Parents who
please commuicate with Kabbi Sha-
piro or Bee the arrangements com-
mittee of the J. J. C. any evening
next week.
Imber of local artists will be
pnted for the entertainment of
feuests.
Manya Krupnick of New
' the guest of Mr. and
A. I.. Wechsler, parents of
liancee, Jack Wechsler. Miss
fcnk-k is a graduate of Hunter
and active in the work of
Junior lladassah of New York.

for the annual Miami
ini Banquet of Tau Epsilon
Fraternity include the formal
"'' at the Royal Palm Club
September 15th, at 7 p.
' recent high school grad-
[ will i>e Kucsts of honor. Fol-
hanquet the wives and
he guests will attend a
a! the club.
*
Junior division of the Y. M.
will hold a dance at the
' f the organization Sim-
pering, September 29th, with
" Rose Berkowitz, Ruth
and Gladys Greenberg in
of arrangements. Plans
f) gala annual affair of the
Station to be held soon will
J Charge of a committee head-
Rose Dubler, full details of
vill be announced shortly.
*
A the return to the city this
'"' Rabbi Julius Washer an-
Wnent was made of the re-
pK of the Miami Jewish Or-
cngregation'a Talmud To-
|onday, September Kith, at .'{
Registration of all children
PL to enroll will be held at
fynagogue daily beginning
ior and Junior Councils of Jewish
Women throughout the country of
Interested holding a celebration at the close
of Yom Kippur will be observed in
Miami this year when both organi-
zations will hold a joint dance in
the gardens of the Blackstone Ho
tel. Miami Beach, the date to be
announced in our next issue. The
dance to have been held on Sep-
tember 15th was postponed. Val-
uable door prize- will be awarded
and the finals in the dance con-
her 22nd, as a Hay of Mourning in
memory of the recent loss of a
great Light of Israel, the famous
Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook, chief testa "1;" naa been conducted this
Rabbi of Palestine, when memorial
service- will be hold at a local syn-
agogue. Memorial prayers will
also be recited in memory of Her-
man Bernstein, the outstanding
Jewish journalist, who died last
week. All rabbis and cantors of
Greater Miami will participate.
* .-
Delta Chapter of Phi Beta Delta
began its eleventh year at the Cni-
versity of Florida this week. The
summer will he held ami prizes
awarded at this Yom Kippur Eve
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aie Mrs. Ida Optner, Mrs. Isidor
Cohen, .Mrs. Jeanette Goodkowsky
and Mrs. Dan Cromer for the Sen-
ior Council and the Misses Ger-
trude Neham, Lillian Wucher and
Ida Joseph for the Junior Council.
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Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Reisman re-
turned to the City after a visit to
relatives and friends in Atlanta.
Georgia.
Mi. and Mrs. Sol Blass of At-
lanta, (ia.. are spending their
honeymoon in Miami Beach as the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Reis-
man.
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The Fifth International Congress
of Building Societies has just com-
pleted a successful week's work
in Salsburg ami Vienna, Austria,
and the World Zionist Congress an
equally successful convention in
Lucerne. Switzerland.
Both events wen' attended by
Harry 1. Lipton, president, Federal
Savings and Loan Association of
Miami, Congress building, in the
first instance as a delegate with
the American Savings and Build-
ing Loan League, whose members
"ill be leaving for home on the
SS. Rex, scheduled to arrive in
New York Saturday, September 21.
Mr. Lipton reports a highly buc-
cessful and intensely interesting
trip, and states that he will have
announcements of much interest
and value to make to friends and
associates upon his return to town.
lie appears to have been especially
impressed with the English system
of building society operation,
studied in London, and promises
local savings and loan institutions
some valuable data and some new
Noted Rabbi
Is Dead
New York (WNS) Orthodox
Jewry was again thrown into
mourning by the death of Rabbi
Gabriel Wolf Margolis this week.
Rabbi Margolis' death at the age
of NH brought to a close a distin-
guished career of more than "Id
years. Achieving great fame as
an author and teacher in his native
Russia. Rabbi Margolis was called
to the United States in 1900 to oc-
cupy the pulpit of the Baldwin
Place Synagogue in Boston. After
serving as chief rabbi of Boston
lor a decade he came to New York
in 1910 to succeed Chief Rabbi Jo-
seph Jacob in the Adath Israel
Congregation. Rabbi .Margolis was
one of the founders of the Assem-
bly of Orthodox Rabbis of the
United States and Canada, serving
as president for J.". years. Revered
by tens of thousands of Jews as a
scholar and teacher, Rabbi Mar-
golis was also a man of the world.
He was a delegate to the first
World Zionist Congress in IK'.l"
and also attended the Cracow Con-
gress in I'.101.
ideas on old problems.
Mr. Lipton plans to visit Pales-
tine, where he intends to arrive in
time to celebrate Rosh Hashonoh.
and will return to Miami the first
week in October.
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