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The Jewish Floridian ( June 5, 1936 )

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wJewish Floiridliai m GSSE8& Y/he JhewHslh lUiniHty MHIIIITMT>"" .. %  h i >. ii 1 1111 -11 T %  r tu n THE WORLD'S WINDOW By LUDWIG LEWISOHN MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JINK :,, |36 Price Five Cl nls MM I' l.HlilllimiiimiiHi I i miMiii i mum I I IIIII Technique of Defense" This column is copyright by [Ike Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Reproduction in whole or in pail strictly forbidden. Any infringement on this copyright ill be prosecuted. The technique of defending the [persecuted, individual or group, is %  always difficult) always intricate, %  often doomed to failure. For the [subconscious mind of the mob is (always ready to project its pains land feais and frustrations upon an object that need merely be pointed |out ami so rationalizes its reaction :'". the conclusion that they who I .re persecuted must, by that very •fact, be in some measure worthy of [persecution. Where there is so • much smoke there must be some IfSre. A moment's reflection will show, lof course, that precisely the contrary is true. For, take it by and llaree, men are persecuted—not %  judged by society and punished— %  but persecuted for what they arc, Ifor what they have a right to be, land therefore always essentially Ifor conscience' sake. It is always Ithe proclaimera of unpopular ankiei of truth who are in the minority and who are persecuted and it [is precisely that unpopular truth [which, when mobs or majorities or [dictators rage, needs to be emphajsized and needs to be defended. [Lovers of peace in warlike countries, lovers of freedom in dictatorship., lovers of better and more [equitable human lives amid the Islothful and the cruel—these are |the kinds of individuals and the %  kinds of groups who are persecut|ed from age to age. Such were I Jews and early Christians in [Rome's empire; such were the [early leaders and followers of jProtestant and libertarian movements from age to age. And such [are still the persecuted in this day |nd in this age. From this follows one of the %  deepest and truest paradoxes of th" %  moral life those who are persecut|'" : always the least worthy of persecution from the prophets to |the Jews and Christians and liberals of contemporary Germany. [The persecuted are always the [higher types and the better friends lf mankind. The very fact of their persecution is the supreme witness [f their worth. It has never failed to be so. Search all history. The man or group persecuted hy his or its fellows and perishing on the cross or at the stake or in pogroms or in concentration camps is always necessarily the higher man or the higher group and the conscious or unconscious upholder of higher values. And in the long run it is always the values embodied by the persecuted that triumph and always the lower value of the persecutors that perish in shame or forgetfulness. The next and most important step in the argument is this, that therefore persecution itself, the persecution of any be they who they may be, is a symptom of disease and barbarism in the civili; zation, the state, the nation within which the persecution takes place. It is the persecutors who arc' sick and wicked, not the persecuted. The letters' plight is the : proof of the formers' sickness and shame. It is needless to defend the persecuted. Their persecution | is their strongest defense. It is ] not necessary to brand the persecutors. That they are persecutors is a sufficient diagnosis and description of both their moral being and their state. i The application uf this course of reasoning to the present situation in Germany, in Poland, in other countries is abundantly clear. There is hardly any reason to say that the Jews, upon the whole, are good men and g I citizens and that the accusations levelled against them are mad and fantastic. It will often be more effective to analyze the civilizations in which today we and other groups are persecuted and to liken them to other civilizations—to Rome, to Spain, to czarist Russiawhere the same diseases with the same symptoms produced what are now predictable consequences. Let us put it this way: Spain did not decline because there were no Jews left in Spain. But Spain declined because persecution and expulsion are the symptoms of a perishing civilization. Fear and hate destroy not only, not chiefly, their objects. They destroy those who nourish them. Insensate fear and hate are the symptoms of the disease that runs its course through war to disaster and to death. Such is the strongest defense of all men persecuted by | their fellows. It is ours as welL pokolow Memorial Next Tuesday I The local Zionist District will be fnned by Sholem Lodge of B'nai %  ""th in the observance of a memorial meeting in memory of the late !• ahum Sokolow, world renowned I'W'sh statesman, author, leader r nd diplomat, who died in London peveral weeks ago. The social mect,n K f '"the month of June of the B'nai B'rith Lodge has been postponed so that all members of B'nai B'rith may pay their respects to the memory of this great leader. All local rabbis will participate in the meeting, with cantors forming a part of the musical program that will be presented during the evening The Jewry of Greater Miami is urged to attend. No collections will be made and there will be no admission charge. Weizmann Urges Britain to Act London (WNS-Palcor Agency)— Characterizing the Arab disturbances as a challenge not only to the British government but to the League of Nations, which entrusted the mandate over Palestine to Great Britain, Dr. Chaim Weizmann. president of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, called upon the British government to adopt an "active policy" in the establishment of the Jewish National Home in order to fulfill its obligations under the mandate. Dr. Weizmann spoke before a crowded assembly following his re-election as presi1 dent of the English Zionist Federation. Analyzing the causes of the present situation in Palestine, Dr. | Weizmann said that they certainly were not economic, "despite the poisonous propaganda that the Arabs are being displaced and ousted from their positions by Jews." "On the contrary," the leader of the Jewish Agency said, "the Arab people has increased as the result of Jewish effort. Nor are the reasons for the disturbances the result of fear for the* future," he added, "although the Arabs arc an excitable and gullible people and perhaps believe the leaders who are inspiring such fears though they know that they are untrue." Dr. Weizmann declared that the Jews are not interested in the proposed royal commission for the investigation of the Palestine situation under present conditions. It can discover nothing that is unknown, he remarked. "Constant investigation is like uprooting trees every few years and planting them all over again," Dr. Weizmann said. "The royal commission is likely to suspend construction work for years. We have had experience with commissions and interpretations of the mandate." Beginning his address with the remark that he wished he could have more cheerful tidings from Palestine, Dr. Weizmann said that he "can say before God and all | men that the Jews did not provoke the disturbances." Dr. Weizmann pointed out that the present situai tion was too often described in the I press as "racial clashes" or "racial hatred between Jews and Arabs," 'declaring that these phrases could not apply to a situation in which the Jews, who were peacefully engaged in their fields and factories, were murderously attacked without provocation. Observing that the Arab leaders in Palestine were imitating recent events in Syria and Egypt, Dr. Weizmann said that the fact that the Arab demands were accompanied by violence constituted a challenge not only to the British government, but to the League of Nations. In dealing with the question <>l the royal commission, Dr. Weizmann said that while assurances have been given that the principle j of the mandate would not come Jewish News Around the World Jewish Education Groups Seek Share of $10,000,000 Fortune New York (WNS) A 110,000,000 fortune left in trust by the late Col. Michael Kriedsam. New York department store magnate, for the care and education of youth and the support of aged people, has become the subject of animated debate in Jewish educational circles here. Spokesmen for Jewish educational agencies are inclined to believe that Talmud Torahs. Hebrew schools and other Jewish educational institutions have a claim to a part of the Friedsam fortune sinceit was bequeathed for the education of youth. The renewed interest in the Friedsam fortune is said to be due to a report that John Burke, trustee of the estate, is preparing to distribute the principal. It is learned on good authority that Mr. Burke believes that since the money was left by a Jew, a good part of it should go to Jewish agencies. For that reason it is said he has had Supreme Court Justice Samuel Rosenman make an exhaustive study of the Mew York Jewish educational field. In anticipation of the distribution of the money. Orthodox and Reform Jewish leaders are said to be waging a behind-the-scenes tug of war '. obtain the lion's share of whatever funds are allotted to .lews. Mr. Friedsam. who was president of B. Altman and Co., died in 1981. Hold Memorial Service for Burned Produce Tel Aviv (WNS-Palcor Agency) A unique service was held here when the traditional Shabuoth ceremonies included the recitation of Yizkor, sacred memorial chant, for the produce that has been burned in Jewish settlements of Palestine during the past six weeks. The auditorium of the local Working Youths' Organization was crowded with members as a young boy read a special Yizkor scroll, saying: "Let us remember the outrage against the golden wheat in the fields of Israel, which went up in flames. Let us remember the souls of the blazing forests and the agonies of the uprooted trees. We shall create myriads to replace each burned sheaf and plant thousands for each uprooted tree, which will give fruit and shade to the coming generations." within the purview of the commission, it may "presumably interpret" and its investigations are likely to suspend the upbuilding activities of the Jews for years. In conclusion Dr. Weizmann declared that the Jews will not deviate from their path of peaceful upbuilding and will not be deflected by violence. "The Jews are still anxious to live peacefully with the Arab people." Brown Urges Fund Moneys Be Used New York (WNS)— A suggestion that the balance of the Palestine Emergency Fund raised in this country in 1929, and amounting to approximately 11,000,000, be used in behalf of the suffererof the present Palestine riots was made by David A. Brown, who organized and conducted the Palestine Emergency Fund campaign in 1929, and raised in an almost personal campaign $2,250,000 in cash. Mr. Brown's suggestion was made in an exclusive statement to the Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, the full text of which follows: "I believe that what follows is very timely and may be helpful in relieving some of the distress that must necessarily follow the riots, disorder, murders and chaos that come in the wake of the situation in Palestine. "You will remember that in 1929 at the time of the massacres and rioting that took place in Palestine, I organized the Palestine Emergency Fund and conducted an almost personal campaign that resulted in a cash collection of two million two hundred and fifty thousand dollors, or thereabouts. "A modest part of this money was spent for immediate purposes in 1929. Other moneys were spent ill the years that followed and I am reliably informed that there is in excess of one million dollars in this Palestine Emergency Fund. I'bis money, no matter what form it may be in at the present time, should be used in behalf of the sufferers in Palestine and should be used at once. "I noticed in the press of some few days ago that Dr. Chaim Weizmann has requested an additional one hundred and fifty thousand dollars to be sent immediately to provide for those who have suffered as a result of the ituation existing in Palestine at the present time. While I have no personal objection to the raising of all available money possible in America for Palestine or for any other country where Jews are in need,, yet I feel that the money that was raised from the Jews of America in l!'21t for a specific purpose and has not been distributed for that purpose, should be used at this time so that those Jews in Palestine who are being routed from their homes and who have suffered losses by fire and other despicable acts on the part of the Arabs, should receive such help as this fund would warrant. "In all of the publicity which has appeared in the American Press— Jewish and non-Jewish—I have not seen one word which would indicate that this Palestine Emergency Fund has been put into action." The Jews have no fear as to the outcome of the present situation, Dr. Weizmann said, because their work is "woven in the fabric of his. tory and believes that Great Britain will keep faith with the Jewish people." 1



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Page Two THE JEWISH PLOBIDIAN f*. N The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation is sponsoring a card party at the home of Mrs. William Clein, 1850 S. W. Fourth st., on Sunday, June 21st, at 8 p. m. Prizes will be awarded for high scores and refreshments will be served. The public is invited to attend. Among the important matters acted "ii at the meeting of the board of directors <>f the Jewish Welfare Bureau, held last Monday G| SOCIETY _*rifry. Intern 1 The admission charcc nf five cents will include dinner .v, •ill s "llCh will be served on the beach. Tick | ets may be purchased f rom j member of the committ t .,. ,„. ,,",'/ I.each on the day of the off.. September 6, dance; Sep* OI !" <-atfa, r Ail residents and tourists now j n ,^ final rites for his father, who died will hold its n ting at the mcn.c; ^ ^, h 6 f A a U?Tuely ev^ \. £ ^rty, October21.| !" !" _^ to attend, .,.-. %  : .. i. ......i .-,„• iii,. meeting; November 18, Mr. Keith Phillips has been appointed chairman for this city t t the Thomas Aha Edison FoundaJanuary 23, meeting; urged February 20, meeting! Februray 24 Puri n all; -March L>, Purim dinner; March 19, meeting; March 'd party. proceeds will he use,! f or tlle j of the many bureau now there several weeks ago. u lz; vice-president, MilL3, din, inter 16, meeting; lion campaign. The purpose of the dred Berkowitz; r, £ %  December 20. card party; January night, was the appointment of a foundation, nationally directed, is thur Singer, and treasurer, / committee to draft rules and legto select and train youths of exSteinberg. All members a ulations for the operating of a receptional scientific ability as "Edto attend the nexl meeting, which volving loan fund, for which loans j 80 n Scholars," carrying out a projwill consider plans for a number no interest will be charged. On ect begun by the inventor before of social events forthe summer. this committee are Messrs. Max his death. At least 100 youths Orovitz, J. Gerald Lewis. Elry from schools and industries, repMr. and Mrs. Manuel Rippa are Stone, Isaac Levin and R. R. Adler. resentative of all states, will be spending some time at Hot Springs, The feasibility of forming a Fedselected each year. Ark., where they are taking the ratio., ,,|" Charity organization in Local participation in the cammineral baths. Mr. and Mrs. Rippa this area under the auspices of the paign to support the Edison Founwere named members of the reShe was accompanied by her brothJewish Welfare Bureau was redation will be directed by an Edception committee which will weler-in-law, Mi. Wil' HI ie,i to a committee consisting of ison Foundation committee. supports. • The first of a series of suramer dances will be sponsored by \\* Junior Council of Jewish Won* Ion Sunday evening, June 14th, at ', the Royal Palm Club. .\ feitg, I of the dance will be the 'lance con. Wolf son of Messrs. Mark Max, Elry Stone and "The plan for awards set up by Or. Frank Coret. Because the buthe foundation is both democratic reau is local placing agency for the and flexible." Mr. Phillips said. Hebrew Orphans' Home at Atlan"Each state will hold its own comta. which has been taking care of petition and grants will be of sufloeal cases, the sum of $260 was ficient monetary value necessary donated to that organization an! for education, training or scientific the -urn of $100 was given to the research work of the individual. Leo X. Levy Memorial Hospital at Candidates will be selected from come President and Mrs. Roosevelt Tampa, to Hot Springs on June 10th. Rabbi Adolph Burger of Rodoph Sholem Temple, Tampa, 1'la.; R (v One of the finest event.planned and Mrs. Klozary and daughter of Officers of the Young Men's Hefor the current season is the anTampa and Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld, biew Association will be installed nual picnic being sponsored by the J formerly of St. Petersburg, Fit, at the meeting of the organization Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish were in Miami last Sunday, where next Wednesday evening at the "V" clubrooms. Mi. ami Mrs. Charles Greenwald Hot Springs, where some local three general classes: youths now of 1240 Euclid ave., Miami Beach, cases have been under treatment, working in industries, graduates of announce the engagement of their • universities and from those outside daughter, Mist Miriam Greenwald, Rabbi and Mrs. Max Shapiro will school or industry who have demto Emanuel Seiderman. son of Mr. leave .Monday. June 8th, for their ns'.rated unusual personal achieve, and Mrs, Louis Seiderman of 3515 vacation. The rabbi will attend ment." S. W. Twenty-sixth st. the sessions of the American JewThe campaign is in no way tied Miss Greenwald is a graduate of ish Congress at Washington on up with the Edison company or any Miami Senior High school, Mr. SeiJune 13th as one of the delegates other industry. National commitderman has been a resident of from Miami. They will then visit lee members include such names as Henry Ford, Harvey Firestone, Charles G. Dawes, Arthur Brisbane, Charles F. Kettering, Charles M. Schwab and Owen D. Young, who is national chairman. In Florida, G. C. Estill of Miami for the annual picnic sponsored by is chairman of the eastern district Jewish the organization wore discussed, and John I). Harris. St. Petersburg Miami. relatives and friends in the North and will return here just prior t the High Holy Days. Miami for several years. The wedding will take place June 21.-t at the Greenwald home. • • At the last meeting of the Chesed Shel Ernes Sisterhood plans A barn dance will be given by the junior division of the V. M. 11. A. on June 15th in honor of all graduating seniors in The committee in charge The event will be held the first chairman of the western district. includes 1'eritz Scheinberg, S Sel week in August. Meetings of the The campaign is expected to get by, Rose Berkowitz and Evelyn organization will be held every sec. tinder way early this month. Marks. Chairmen of the various ond Monday in every month, the committees are: Entertainment, first in July. The Miami Beach Kosher ButchPhil Weintrauh; refreshments. Nel* ers' Association announces that all Mr. and Mrs. Julius Simpson and their stores will close daily at 1 children attended the convention of p. m., excepting Thursdays, when Marks. Prizes will be awarded for the lumber dealers of the state at they will remain open all day, and the best costumes and a dance conHavana last week. Saturdays, when they will open at test will be featured. sundown. A membership drive, which will Mrs. A. L. Wechsler left last last a month, will start next week Tuesday to attend the graduation Junior Hadassah will hold its anunder the chairmanship of Hynian of her son, Jacob, from the Chicago nual election of officers on next Ruben, who will be assisted by Medical School. Monday evening, June 8th, beginJulia Patterson, Abe Lehrman, Sol ning at 8 o'clock at Beth David Selby and Abe Berkoowitz, A prize A general meeting of the entire Talmud Torah Hall. The report will be given to the member bringlie Shaff; decorations, Abe Berkowitz, and invitations, Evelyn membership of the Miami Jewish of the nomination committee will ing in the largest number of new Orthodox Congregation will be held be Presented and then the voting members at the synagogue on Monday evening, June 15th. All members are urgi end. .. The recently elected officers of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orth idox Congregation will be installed at a formal dinner at the Palatial Kosher Restaurant Sunday evening, June 14th. Full details will be announced in our next issue. < Mrs. N. Pritzker will leave today for New York City to attend the wedding of her daughter on June 21st. Following the wedding Mrs. Pritzker will visit her relatives and friends for several weeks. will begin. to attend. All members arc urged At a meeting of the executive board of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau Mes dames Morris Alpert and Maurice Jacobs, chairmen of membership i'ii Miami Beach, reported the enrollment of thirty new members for the organization. Mrs. Ida w ,, Optner, president of the auxiliary. f(|| n „)___' reported that it had turned over the sum of $2,260 to the bureau during the 12-month period just completed. Meetings for the months of January, February and March will be held at Miami Beach, and summer meetings at the Mark Miss Edna Reiman will give a luncheon and personal shower at 1 p. m. Saturday at the Eml Hotel. Miami Bi a :h, implimi Mi-Da will take place in June. Assisting the hosti ss will I he mother, Mr-. Edward M. Re. and Mrs. P. .!. Colbert. Store, Miami. A social hour folMr. Joseph Greenberg will relowed, turn to the city tomorrow from New York, where he attended the The Young Hebrew Social Club GREYHOUND LINES FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION Dl, r 1010 ALL NORTHBOUND BUSSES LEAVE FROM **•• O'LOLL GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH Washington Ave & Fifth St. Frank entertained Miss Daisy shaft', engagement to Martin Miles of Newark, N. J., was .. with a linen shower lasl w. day at the Annell Hotel, Reach. Luncheon was served ^o 8'J guest.-, following which cardwere enjoyed. Mrs. Rebecca Mrs. Leonard Finn assisted the hostess in entertaining. Mischarlotte Davis left Tuesday to spend several weeks with relatives and friends in Boston. Mrs. Sol Rotfort, president of Beth David Sisterhood, and her board announce the Sisterhood's calendar for the approaching year: June 17, general meeting; July 19 Welfare Bureau at B niche's Villa they spent the day. returning t Venire, Miami Beacn, on Sunday, ,h, il honu s ear, J *l "ion,. June 14th, beginning at HI a. m. ing. Swim Suit to flutter your figure 5.98 Hammered satin Flex-O-Tex suits beautiful a< moonbeams on the water! Skirtless 'ts with one-way stretch! Whit.-. aqua, black, pink. Jersey lined. 32 to 38. LOUNGING MAT—to sun, exercise or picnic on. Waterproof and made to roll up like a bag 4,98 AQUI SE HABIA ESPANOL ... .„,.:



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%  jffl I ... L036 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three & Jewish Florid fan ILOR1DASONLY .'l:W|>H WhKKLY $C* • PUBLISHED EVERY I ItlUAY by the JEWI8H FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO I" (). Box Bldg. Miami, Pla. EDITORIAL OFFICES : J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor I UK!) K. SHOCHET, Circulation Minanr CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHHAN Field Representative Phone 2-5304 Phone 2-11-:; t.i-i.fi ,. ,..n,l clau rnnltiT July I. 1080, %  the Poal Office' at Miami, Floridn under thr Ait of March I, 1879, sT PETERSBURG | MBS ROSE M. RUBIN Representative WKST PALM BEACH MRS. M. SCHREBNH K Representative ORLANDO UBS. B. J. COHEN Representative TAMPA MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative (too Yi-iir SUBSCRIPTION FRIDAY, JINK :,. 193fi Vol. 9—No. 2.1 ftgS* %  •• 13 MEN v BECOME RABBIS AT HUKCW UNION COLLEGE Viih the ordination of the* 13 men Into the rabbinate on Mi) j. the graduate* of the Hebrew Union College, tin. ininn. kill tool (Oi. Reading from left to right the memben of %  he tliM Ere: IT ROW. %dney M. rVikowiti. Tft Haute, Ind ; Adolph J Feinberg. Clnvtand; Eric Friedland, Paiettem. ,V. } 1 Roland 11 Giicetiohn. Cleveland; Samuel CUinu. Ph,ladelphia. SECOSD ROW. Bertram Kliumer. Xewaak, S. /' Button F_ Lctiruon. Cleveland; George B. Lieberman, Cleveland; Maurice Lyont, Clexeland; Jacob M. Rothachild. Pillt)'"*'> THIRD ROW. Eugene Sack. Gtovernnttt. .V. Y.; Abraham D. Shaw, A'IMJI City, AMI, Myron Sihemun. Piditutgk. MIAMI NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ If you are interested in the future welfare of the "Y," then you I no doubt will be present at the I Royal Palm Gob j this Sunday, June 7th. You can help greatly by attending and thereby make this affair, which is the first presentation of a dance and frolic given by the women's division, a huge success, as well as honor the newly elected officers. Admission is $1 per couple, which will reward you with a splendid floor show and a fine orReligious Racketeers New York's latest and choicest scandal involves a rabbi land his secretary, who are said to have received huge sums lof money from credulous folk on the East Side who wished Ito purchase a "Mitzvah," or in some cases hoped to obtain %  relief from some ailment. New York papers are making capital of the' item, and the resultant publicity is having; no fa|vorahle effect on public opinion of (he rabbinate as a whole. Whether there is justification for criminal proceedings in [this case or not, it should certainly serve to focus attention if the Jews on a situation which has long needed cleaning up. I Indiscriminate use of the title "rabbi" by men whose sole %  Qualification for the position sometimes is only a beard, is Itendmg lo cheapen this honorable profession and to detract [from the* dignity and prestige with which ministers of God houM be invested before the eyes of the world. Honorable men, spiritual men, who have dedicated their llires to the religious welfare of mankind, sujffer by being I classed in the same category with business sharpers mas|<)uerading as rabbis, and with Hebrew teachers, chicken jhterers, mohels and shadchanim, many of whom also |Asumr the respected titleWhile in the long run a state law against improper use the title, with strict penalties for violation, would doubtIleus have effect in removing this nuisance, it is to be hoped (here will he no necessity for thus airing our difficulties. The [Jewish community itself should clean house, and under the [leadership of both leading rnbbis and prominent laymen [•rouse the public to repudiation of these religious racketeers. The New York case has revealed to what depths of degIradation it is possible for the commercial rabbis to sink. There are always thousands of gullible people ready to be c jJ s t ni for your dancing, taken in by any exaggerated claims, and ready to pay for all Ba || oons prizes and favors of all sorts of superstitious fetishes palmed off in the name of res)ils win hc distributed and a I'ipon. grand prise will be awarded the The non-Jewish world, unaware of our lack of control winncl s lf tnt m ain event, which over adoption of the revered title, are ready to take at face wi „ ll( a dance contest Need I value any who call themselves rabbi. At Passover time we sav m ,,,.,.•• ,, W(lU id be fine for each are deluged by a flock of labels attesting to the Kashruth of of voll ,„ g. et a little party of two foods, and signed by rabbis by the dozen, most of whom we 1 or | hrep couples together and make have never heard of. This imposition must cease. There must be regulation of the religious activities of oUr own community lest we he [ng ,, ljs Sunday. faced with a scandal which will blacken the character of Jewry. Those men who have no right to speak with authority must he stripped of their titles or face community ostracism. \\ t are familiar with several scholarly and educated men who have everv right to use the title rabbi, hut WHO reject that right, lest thev be classified with the racketeers and shochtim. ., ,. ... If the community is still indifferent, and if the raohis themselves fail to take action, it might be necessary to invoke the law and call for a public clean-up. Let us awake to •his festering evil in our midst and clean house.—(Kcprint, "ttton Jewish Advocate, May 26, 1936.) Perhaps even we in Miami might take this to heart berorejt becomes too late. the colleges history-arc to be graduated. Addresses will be delivered bv Dr. Bernard Revel, president, and Dr. John H. Finley .associate editor of the New York Times. Dr. Finley will also present, the candidates for honorary lllar catches yet seen this season %  ind robbed the hitter of a cinch home run. All told, the boys garnered eight hits off the delivery of three pitchers, with Harry Gol.lon leading the pack with two hits. Watch for the game with the first place WIOD team, as the boys shore can use your moral support. -'Mb Jew Killed in Palestine Disorder Continues Do not fail to attend the junior division barn dance, which will be held Monday, June 15th, at the "Y" clubrooms. This affair is being held in honoring the Jewish graduates of Greater Miami high schools. Below is a list of the juior division members who are graduating June 12: Jerry Bass, Sarah Lehrman, Alberta Tannenbaum, Mildred Zinn, Romlyn Friedman, Bob Richter, Julia Patterson, Sylvia Reichich, Arnold Greenfield, Ben Werner, Esther Weiner, Frank Berg, Dot Davis, Julius F.rstling, Sidney Levine, Jeanette Kronenfeld, William Joseph, Dan Satan and Sol Fordun. Good luck to you all, graduates. your business to attend ami join in the celebration and merrymakromc three .500 rating place. Flooring, the !" hlva College, Amsterdam ave. nd 186th st., New York, the only Co ege of liberal arts and sciences "nder Jewish auspices, will hold its lh •mual commencement Tuesd y. June 16th, at 4 p. m., in the auditorium of the college. Thirtyone students—the largest class in degrees. DIAMONDBALL NEWS After be'nr defeated in their first three games, the "Y" diamondball team made a determined back by winning their las'. tarts, which gave them a and a tie for fourth 1 their game with Walton Y" came from belind to tie the score in the ninth inning, and Nat Blumberg's second hit of the game scored Bernie Frank with the deciding run to win by a score of 7 to 6. The pitching of Marry Mantell, who was making his first start for the "Y," was commendable, as was the relief pitching of Al Berkowitz. Tuesday the "Y" defeated Miami Beach Merchants by a score of 10 to 5. Davis Lackawitz undoubtedly made one of the most spectacOne of the gayest affairs ever planned by the "Y" is presently under way, with the combined groups of the "Y" each lending their assistance in the task of preparing for a picnic and all-day outing with games of all kinds and dancing, etc., to entertain the crowds. Either July 4th or July 5th will be the date selected for this picnic. Heading the women's division is Mrs. Morris, assisted by Mrs. Jules Wilson, Mrs. Sam Shindel and Miss Ruth Davis. Watch this column for more detailed information. Jerusalem (WNS-Paleor Agency) Death struck down a Jew for the twenty-eighth time since the Palcstirif disorders started on April r.uh, when Rahman Kalantaroff, 2!-year-otd student at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, succumbed to bullet wounds after being caught in a Maze of rifle fire I while riding in a bos outside of %  .li-in.sitr.-iit. Kalantaroff was a re' cent immigrant from Samarkand, Bnenara. The derailing of a Ineumotive of B train going from Jerusalem to Jaffa has caused the suspension of all traia service between the two cities. The engine was thrown from the tracks when it crashed into a stacae barriraxte which had been elected across the line half way between Jerusalem and the nearby Arab vfflsge of E.yrfcia. No casualties were reported. Shooting at Jewish institutions, burning of crops and gun fire between Arab terrorists ami military patrols were reported. Official Y. M. H. A. Annual Election Results E. Albert Rosenfeld was honored with the office of president at the annual election held Wednesday, June 3rd, at the "Y" clubrooms. Other officers elected were: Vice president, Frank Rose; Secretary Peter Silverman was re-elected, and Treasurer Harry Blumin; four elected to the board of directors for the 3-year term, Alvin Grossman, Phil Berkowitz, Ben Serkin and Joseph Davis; four elected to the board of directors for the 2year term, Sam Seitlin, Albert Reisman, Milton Friedman and Harry Schwartz; three elected to the board of directors for the 1year term, Albert Berkowitz, ArBnrauig of American Property Brines l'mi,-.i to U. S. Consul Jerasalem (WNS-PaJcor Agency > The burning of property and shooting on the American financed children's village of Shefeya, in Samaria, brought a protest tonight to Leland B. Morris, acting Ameri, can consul general, who received a telegram informing of the attack by Arabs, as did Sir Arthur Wauehope, Palestine high commissioner. The peaceful little settlement was alarmed as flames began to envelop the barns. Police, hastily summoned, started an interchange of rifle fire with the incendiaries, I who were finally driven off. Shefeya, at which boys and girls are trained to become farmers, and at which a number of youthful GerI man-Jewish refugees have been placed recently, is completely supported by the Junior HadasSah. I ^^^^"~~~^^~~~ — 1 thur Blatt and Harry Rose. Political comment: If the win' ning candidates show one-half of the enthusiasm put forth in get1 ting elected, after they are int stalled the future of the "Y" can be well assured by their efforts.



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ffiGHERSifS&BSfii %  518*? •'^^s -gi Four THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN %  Jacksonville News I luncheon and bridg gi\< n 'ast week by the L SI Aid Society an Horn foi the Aged in the Jewish Cent) • % %  an succi ssful Mrs. Simon Lasrow was of the committee in ns. Co-chairman was Mrs. Milton L. Hollins. ami assisting were: Mrs. •i. Sloat, Mrs. J. T. Wilensky, Mrs. A. Bork, Mrs. J. Shapiro, Mrs. Nathan Newman, Mrs. Morris Ghelerter, Mrs. Perry Kantor, Mrs. Sam Witten, Mrs. A! Stein, Mrs. M. Stein, Mrs. Sidney Schain, Mrs. Abe Selber, Mrs. Pete Haimowitz, Mrs. Herb Talisman. Mrs. D. Rosenthal and Mrs. Reuben Rosenberg. During the luncheon Miss Marian Herbert, from the Florida State College for Women, rendered a i'umber of vocal selections, accompanied at the piano by Miss A. %  -. Special awards were won by Mrs. E. Carnot. Mrs. P. L. Samson Mrs. Charles Rubin, Mrs. A. Carasky, Mrs. D. Hurwitz. Mrs. I. Edwards and Mrs. Hy Safer. STATEWIDE NEWS Friday. J and Kentucky. \ ^ { Klan has nearly 500,000 nu-nuV in his area, Colescott declared that the Klanamen are concentrating Q obtaining passage of %  -. ; ,tj 0 „. deport 3,600,000 alien-. The DM aid, intends "to mak< Amerb tor Americana or those who wan* to pledge allegiance to our coun try." St. Petersburg West Palm Beach Notes German Trade Unionists Organize io Overthrow Hitler Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rabin, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rabin and Miss — Florence Cohen returned from Beth IMiami, where they attended the regular monthly meetii B. Rabin, home of Mr. and Mr.-. Harry A. Lee. This was i Aid of travelogue lunches, %  %  ng of their brother, (WNS)German trade unionists have organized a secret in Germany to overthrow Hit•'• : by J. C. Little, .. presid Eniiion. in an address at the union's annual meeting. WithAHERNFI T NERAI.H()ME FRANCIS AHERN Pre, X 1319 West Flakier Street I Telephone 2-2211 'A AMBULANCE 8ERVU E :-: :•: :•: : %  : x ; Auxiliary an Society ot" the Congregation B'nai the n e Ter my details of the Israel had their successful yearly picnic at Mederia Beach, where they served two meals to a large crowd. A vote of thanks is extended by the above organization to the following able host.--. : Mrs. !'. L. Goldberg. Mrs. B. H. Jacobs, Mrs. O. Silverman, Mrs. B. Gelman, Mrs. Ed Kaufman and Mrs. C. Swit. ROBBINS ROOFING & SHKET METAL WORKS The closing luncheon of the ters of Israel was held Wednesday afti in the Jewish Center. The outgoing board >•:' arrangements. A n ;.rved and m presented. f the -we Miss Celia Rubin is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Schuster at Ti • The Judc a C insel had y :, ial. ihments w red at the • Mrs. Harry Schusti r at Treasure Island. "mud. It was called "A Day in tine." Tlufoui e in was typical of P i These luncheons will be served al li imea of nembers monthly. Mrs. Argintar presided at the business m I luncheon, Mrs. Harry 11 president, being al si 11 due to the illness of her father. Beth El Cong, had its regular Friday night at 8 'clock. R J ph 'Makk officiating, an I talk giv< :. Attorney Harry nark. anization, Little said that its first objei tive was to reli asi onfined in concentration camps. Responsible Roofers Since 1919 Inspection and Estimates Free 222 N. W. 2fith St. Photw 2-S7M Man Will Take Active Part in Coming Election m\ SunLodge 11 U at the Monterey Ir. :. A nl as, < ihio i WNS I—The Ku K ix K an i i idii %  again and intake an active part in the ; itical campaigns in men who "pro-American," it was ai %  %  1 a rv... WEAK ARCHES Cause foot, leg, back pains. Featherlight Arch Supports will relieve these conditions. No metal used, scientifically made in one of the world's finest laboratories. DR. SIDNEY R. JONES Chimpndit—Font Specialist TATT.M Hill DIM, 210 E. Flagler St. Hoar* i"-i P hi i Mrs. Shor-.. ... el .... %  %  %  wit : iv. ll -. \ .1 Si Etta .\l:s.Anna Fi and Mi-. i.. :. aig. During tiie playing delicious and punch were served. A delicious salad course was served with homemade cake, shti i ikies an 1 a fruit juice J ink. L Irene J of her lady Falk, Mil .. %  ... ...-in, Junior %  %  inced V Donor' given the first of Jun Rut! % %  %  • J i ..." ised for 1 Jewish S. • Palest 'Jacksonville's Leadfno %  Hotel" 1 %  : Carl Sun.-Mon.-Tu4 : %  • %  '.< in—Elizabeth Allan : Mae 'HiI r v F TWO ( [TIES %  -:-:wrz L aaa Sim. -Mon.. .June '.-• ; BAB COAST' \CKSPNV1LLQ .4,,, Mrs. Joseph W hi, president of the Tampa section, National < ouncil of Jewish Women, entertained members of the executive board at a luncheon Friday, May 29th, at the Tavern. A business meeting preceded the luncheon, at which time plans for the year's activities were made. There were 2:! ladies present. B %  %  %  stess. ... %  • -:• White Oak Leather • LADIES' HEELS LF SOLES 50c ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP 240 X. E. 1 irst Wenue YCHJRII '• %  -U EM > I 1 .:• n. <. ..3*n'-lwn.Jschfartlk i. •.;•*••' Iw's.illd ihowcr, |Oll %  j i. o r>J cc linj hn. ., I I! l| *-—J as S2.CO CO mi $3.tX 1 SlijJ i tr..r,-„c loi doyfe Oi'.. ) B p" M i:? %  % % %  %  The Uniti I Jewis .'. had their monthly i ting at the office of Dr. B. B. Blicher. Many important matt up an : H A N S () N I{ 0 () F I N G 1 sUMUhcd Since I'M 1 ROOFING C 0 AND SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR (In All ItBranebasl 328 X. K. 13th St. |. h „nes M831—2-6582 Tampa Notes Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Sal-bury announce the birth of a daughter, Dale Arden Salsbury, born May 1 '. at the Tampa Municipal Hospital. Mrs. Salsbury was the former Miss Minnie Craeowaner, daughter of Mrs. Daniel Craeowaner. Dr. L. S. Augustine has returned after visiting with relatives an i friends in Miami. Mrs. Augustine, mother cf Dr. Augustine, and Mrs. Predinger accompanied him to Tampa and will be the guests of Dr. and Mrs. L. S. Augustine. the The many friends of Mr. Abe Maas wish to congratulate Uncle Abe on his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Berger and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wohl have returned after spending the weekend in Miami and Miami Beach. V. M. H. A. NOTES The schedule of activities fo coming week follows: Sunday—8 p. m., community dan.-e in the Auditorium. Monday-Meeting of the board mt r *••> Olympic stars. The .of directors. d te and place of the ^t.val has Plan Jewish Sports Festival Here During Berlin Olympics NEW YORK (WNS) A huge Ji wish sports festival will ; i in New York at the very time that the Olympic games are held in Germany, it was ai nounced here by the Jewish Labor Committee. The Jewish athletic program is de. signed as an answer to the Nazi Olympics. The program of the Jewish sports festival is being arranged by a committee of prominent Jewish and non-Jewish athletes, including a number of forMrs. Samuel Aronovitz has returned after visiting her son, Bernard, in camp in Baltimore. She also visited relatives in Baltimore and Philadelphia. Tuesday—3:30 p. m., class in ballet and tap dancing for children; 4 p. m.. meeting of Girl Scouts; 7:30 p. m.. meeting of BoyScouts; 8 p. m., meeting of Merryfellows; 8 p. m., class in elementary and conversational Hebrew. Wednesday—Gym class for worn, en, under direction of Miss Dot Feiner. not yet been decided but it will be i announced shortly. The program t will include athletic events and an exhibit describing Jewish achieve; ments in the world of sports. Thursday—Dance recital by students of Betty Fagan studio; class in chess. Friday evening—Religious serv. ices at Temple and Synagogues. NOTICE! The .Miami Home Milk Producers Association announces the resignation of Mr. J. T. Trice as Sales Manager of the Association, effective as of May 16, and the appointment of Mr. Joe Roherts to the position. ••i Miami Home Milk Producers Associatiou 769 N. W. 18th Terrace Phone 2-7696



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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Five of a famous father put in a long distance call to London the other day and urged Dr. Chaim Wei/.ann to do everything to prevent the World Jewish Congress gentleman, who dropped the word junior from his name a couPle of years ago, appealed to Wcizmann in the name of a prominent 1 Zionist Dr. Stephen S. Wise will attend the Washington conference of the American Jew' es after all, having postponed his trip abroad until June %  • • The directors of the Joint ibution Committee, on the inHillel, by Morgan Levy. Class 5: """' "' Ja u s v Rosenberg, Temple Israel, 137 N. E. NineEssay, Jews of Today and Y, tei have raisod a fund and bought Bath Club because the club refused to admit the late Adolph S. Ochr. as his guest. ,.,.,.„„ c "* on the Rothschild family by IbMII.U I Marjorie Fisher. Class 4, Life of Services this week, and [teenth St. Lon, now on, will be held in Kapten Hall. Prank Horowitz's painting of the late Peter Wiernik, editor of the LaVigne. class 2; Enayi by Dor* Jewish Morning Journal ... The day, by Charlene Ruskin. High school, class l: Essay by Walter KKI.IGIOUS SCHOOL Othy Ann Levin, also hono mention for Shirley Levy and Teddy Plant for their essays. Mr. Herbert U. Feibelman, president of the congregation, present. The Religious school held its ises on Sunday, May The assembly was well ated Uu lu """' certificates, and tended bj parents and friends. B delightful talk. Mrs. Plant, suthe prayer was given by Penntendent of the Religious Bernadine II '"'> services read hv school, presented the mazuzahs as painting was presented by the dii to the Veshiva College, one of the pet institutions of the late ditor Incidentally, we hear that two prominent New York Jews recently gave Veshiva College 550, each The Non-Sectarian Anti-Xazi League denied that u is dickering with the American Jewish Congress and the .National were Leonard Lewis, Betty l'-'ndid services in playing the or. liveintraul, and Teddy Plant, also 8n aml P ian ,luli '"-' the <"> little Frances Louise Wolfson. Peifcit attendance for the en„ v,..^ K,. R„I,I,„ R.„n n *t Sunday, the "th of June, tire year was had by Bobby Bion%  • ner, Sterling I*vine, Irma Bern-' V" Las OI:,s C a8mo Fort Ul "' „ D i uv,i_i..„ dale Games have been plan I stein, Emma Rosenberg, Shirley I Levy, Fred Bulbin and Florence These children were given |a small silver mazuzah. Honor certificates were presento ltd to: Primary department, class past year in the Religious school. The school picnic will be held at uderplanncd and prizes will be given. Also refreshments for all the children and their parents. SISTERHOOD bout. Halloteers Democratic circles in New York are trying to trace down the cockeyed rumors that Governor Lehman may resign before his term expires Among those mentioned as possible Democratic gubernatorial candidates are Borough President Samuel Levy and Supreme Court Justice Bernard Shientag ... The Republicans are said to be eyeing Supreme Court Justice Harry It'll Never Be Published Moshe Shertok, director of the political department of the Jewish Agency Executive, has been asked to resign The demand has been made by two very, very prominent American Jewish leaders in a cable to Chaim Weizmann The reason for this sensational development is the interview published in the -New York Times of May 20th It is said that the Non-Zionist members of the Jewish Agency could not swallow Shertok's comment that "the units in the world scale of things are not the Jews of Palestine and the Arabs of Palestine, but the Jewish people and the Arab people Another sentence which irritated the Non-Zionist leaders reads: "Palestine is the only country in the world where the Jewish people can work out their national salvation" As we hand this copy to the lino' typer, we are informed that the United Palestine Appeal, representing all Zionist elements in this country, have dispatched an unequivocal cable to Dr. Weizmann endorsing the sentiments expressed by Shertok. (Copyright, 1986, by Seven Arts Feature Syndicate) launch a drive for the sale of new shares of the Mizrachi Bank, Ltd., in Palestine and thus enable the bank to extend its credit activities, which were so far concentrated primarily in the cities, also to villages and colonies. The Mizrachi Bank operates under the direct supervision of the Palestine government and is headed by well known business men and financial experts. The bank has branches in Jerusalem Tel Aviv and Haifa, and is recognized as one of the largest and most reliable banks in the country. The bank pays regular dividends on its Shares, last year amounting to 7'.. In order to carry on the activities of the Mizrachi Bank in this country efficiently and systematically, the bank appointed the well known Mizrachi worker and member of the administrative committee of the American Mizrachi, Mr. S. Cohen Margolis of the Talpioth Palestine Investment Agency, 38 Park Row, New York, as its sole agent in this country, in all mat1 ters pertaining to the sale of shares and payment of dividends. California Knights of Pythias to Fight Nazism and Fascism Jewish News Around the World |l, Harold Weinberg; class 2, Pearl J Sapero. Intermediate department, For the first time in years the I ... 1, Rosamond Rubin; class 2, Sisterhood held a summer meeting K. Lewis of Brooklyn as possible Ipmma Rosenberg; class 4, Morgan on Monday, June 1st, in Kaplan gubernatorial timber People Levy; class 5, Muriel Neufeld; high Hall, in the form of a covered dish in the political know in New York pehool department, class 1, Franluncheon. Fifty-five Sisterhood are beginning to talk of M. Maldet Rose Katz; class 2, Dorothy members enjoyed the afternoon so win Fertig, former counsel to GovI Ann Levin. much that it was voted we have ernors Roosevelt and Lehman, for Honorable mention: Primary deanother similar affair in July. It an important place on the state Ipartment class 1, Patricia Meyer was a real get-together meeting, ticket in the fall in the event Lehand Lois Kay Nevins; class 2, Bilpresided over by Mrs. Jacob H. j man remains adamant in his rely Rubin, Danny Kohl and Bobby : Kaplan, our new president, and enfusal to run for a third term iBeisman; intermediate department, I thusiastically enjoyed by all presFertig is regarded as one of the By error the name of the officiating clergyman at the nuptials of Miss Viola Katz to Mr. Julius Mendelson was given in our last issue as Rabbi Max Shapiro. This should have been Rabbi Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan of Temple Israel. Mizrachi Bank Renews Activities in This Country class 1, Louis Wolfson and Benjaent. min Bronston; claass 2, Kaylette Smith; class .'{, Joyce Pearlnian, |Marjory Fisher, Joseph Mirsky, rbara Meyer, Charles Rubin ..i I I Franklin Nankin; class -1 Harriett %  Goldman and Malcolm Ma;id; cla 15. Charlene Ruskin and Mor n Kane; high school department, I, Bet nadine Both; class -. I'ant. Shirley Levy anJ IHarcia K Presentation was made from [^ /" Is the BEST.' L -_• t • 1111111111: i; 1111 IIIII i"' II imiiiiiiiiiiimmmimi^ 120* S. W. 21GHTH ST. PHONE 2-4546 | The Best in Groceries, Meats, Fruits and Vegetables | by Joyce Pearlnian, also £ m ni|||llllll Illlllllllll """" """ """""~ BUS NEW TRAVEL BY LOW KATES Onr Itouml v. Way Trip New York $17.90 §32.25 Phfladelphla 16.90 30.13 "•"""'•re 15.60 28.10 ">hini:t:in 15.10 27.20 doah Valley Route lie Pjllowi Portal Serviceo i hanga of llu Between Miami ami New York Other Bus I.in.Often the Same Convenienee.Pan American BUS l.'vi DAVIS TOURS ill S*? h A "M B Ph5-U5S 1,1 EHa.ler St. Ph. 2-1112 What Finer Gift to a Graduate Than a Copy of The Message of Israel By RABBI ISRAEL H. WEISFELD Containing the Vital Btorj <•( Judaism by PROM* 1X1 \T ORTHODOX. REFORM and CONSERVATIVE RABBIS. at BURDINE'S BOOK DEPT. 4th Floor, Main Bldg. Your Savings Are they absolutely secure and insured? Do they yield a fair return? Are they invested to avoid market fluctuations? Your First Federal savings are insured up to $5,000. They have always paid 1% dividends. Dividends begin June 1 on savings invested before June 10. Dividends have re en earned far in advance, in addition to many times the required legal reserves. Savings in the First Federal are invested largely by those conservative investors whose holdings have heretofore been confined mostly to government bonds and postal savings. They seek maximum safety under Federal charter and supervision, with their accounts insured and earning a fair return. America's Oldest Federal invites your inquiry. Do not speculate with your savings. FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI 33 N. E. First Avenue W. H. WALKER, President



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• II 1 1; 1 'i' t' w %  "*' Page Six THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN Friday, J une 5 6, It..; at tfye• vteJt The brilliant pages of an immortal novel come to life on the screen of the Tivoli Theatre, starting Sunday, whin Metro-GoldwynMayer'l magnificent production, "A Tale of Two Cities," opens a limited engagement. Ronald Colman is starred in the unforgettable role of Sydney Carton. With him appears a cast of truly all-star calibre, including such favorites as Elizabeth Allan, Edna May Oliver, Reginald Owen, Basil Rathbone, Blanche Yurka, Henry B. WalthalDonald Woods, Walter Catlett, Fritz Leiber, H. B. Warner, Mitchell Lewis, Claude Gillingwater, Billy Bevan. Isabel Jewell, Lucille Laverne. Tully .Marshall and almost one hundred other great players. Samuel Goldwyn's "Barbary Coast" comes to the Seventh Avenue Theatre next Sunday with Miriam Hopkins, Edward G. Robinson and Joel McCrea in its leading loles. Miriam Hopkins is more fascinating, more beautiful and more effective than ever before as Swan, who reigns over the crooked roulette wheel in the notorious Bella Donna Cafe, run by Louis Chamalis, a man as ruthless as he is powerful. Robinson has his finest characterization as this "Public Enemy No. 1" of the Barbary ALVIN WALDER Invites You to the AUTO RADIO SALES & SERVICE 1233 N. E. 2ND AVE. A complete line of Auto and House RADIOS Easy Terms Small Down Payments plate flaw being eliminated by curvature of the surface which con! centrates these reflections into a | light-absocbent black trough at the 1 I ase of the window, it is explained. The first installation of "invisible" glass in the Southeast is being presented by Burdine's, where a window of the Palm Beach section on S. E. First street has been constructed of the new product. As the picture of the window shows, it is no longer possible to see reflections of objects in the street, such as street cars, buildings, people and lights in the window. The window makes the merchandise appear as if it were completely unprotected, and the entire men's suit department is now visible from the sidewalk. Coast, and Joel McCrea is splendid as Jim Carmichael, a fine, idealistic young miner, who enters Swan's life and transforms her by his love. The glass itself is • le, but the effect is to make the glass undetected by the eye because every ray of light cornea direct from the merchandise, reflections ordinarily returned to the eye by polished When you need a Mohel and want to be sure that the circumcision will comply with ritual requirements, as well as protect the health of your child, be certain to call RABBI B. D. MINDEL Recognized as Greater Miami's Leading Mohel Phones 2-8761—3-2270 You Are Invited TO BECOME A MEMBER OF THE MIAMI CIVIC MUSIC ASSOCIATION AM) ENJOY CONCERTS BY WORLD'S FAMOUS ARTISTS To BE PRESENTED Admission to Concerts HV MEMBERSHIP CARD ONLY No Single Tickctl Sold at An. Tim Annual Dues: Adults $•"> Students $2.50 Membership Closes Saturday. June (ith. Id p. m. HEADQUARTERS 1 Hotel McAllister Phone 2-5571 BONUS OR NO BONUS! YOU CAN HAVE YOUR Auto Rejuvenated, Beautified NO MONEY DOWN EASY PAYMENTS SIMMER RATES od>\nd frndcr work, t.p and atal cover,. Painting, mechanical work. Kartori arai onl>. E\rr> man master of his line. Take advantage of thiVfiH't opportunity 1 \J RUBIN'S BODY AND FENDER WORKS 224 N. E. 13th St. oppo.it, PHONE SCUS, Koebuck 2-6611 NOTICE! AH butcher stores operated by members of this associaticn will close daily during the summer at 1 P. M. OPEN ALL DAY ON THURSDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS BEGINNING AT SUNDOWN THE MIAMI BEACH KOSHER BUTCHERS' ASSOCIATION INVISIBLE GLASS The first installation of "Invisible Glass" in the South has been made in— BI R D I N E S "Palm Beach Shop" Display Window On First Street side, next to Miami Avenue. —As usual, in keeping with the trend in modern store front and display window designs—this installation is being made by BINSWANGER & CO. 1212 N. E. Second Ave. S. H. ROSENDORF, Mgr. FRANK WOLKOWKKY IN N. E. First Ave. CLOTHING HEADLINERS Compare! GRIFFON TROPICAL WORSTED SUITS 2-bu 11 on. single-breastei, semi-conservative model." Always in style. SI 7.50 Value. Only $10.(1(1 GRIFFON IRISH i.iNFN SUITS The finest linen. \ special purchase A 117.50 Value! 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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 5, 1936

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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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Technique of Defense"
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The technique of defending the
[persecuted, individual or group, is
always difficult) always intricate,
often doomed to failure. For the
[subconscious mind of the mob is
(always ready to project its pains
land feais and frustrations upon an
object that need merely be pointed
|out ami so rationalizes its reaction
:'". the conclusion that they who
I .re persecuted must, by that very
fact, be in some measure worthy of
[persecution. Where there is so
much smoke there must be some
IfSre.
A moment's reflection will show,
lof course, that precisely the con-
trary is true. For, take it by and
llaree, men are persecutednot
judged by society and punished
but persecuted for what they arc,
Ifor what they have a right to be,
land therefore always essentially
Ifor conscience' sake. It is always
Ithe proclaimera of unpopular an-
kiei of truth who are in the minor-
ity and who are persecuted and it
[is precisely that unpopular truth
[which, when mobs or majorities or
[dictators rage, needs to be empha-
jsized and needs to be defended.
[Lovers of peace in warlike coun-
tries, lovers of freedom in dicta-
torship., lovers of better and more
[equitable human lives amid the
Islothful and the cruelthese are
|the kinds of individuals and the
kinds of groups who are persecut-
|ed from age to age. Such were
I Jews and early Christians in
[Rome's empire; such were the
[early leaders and followers of
jProtestant and libertarian move-
ments from age to age. And such
[are still the persecuted in this day
|nd in this age.
From this follows one of the
deepest and truest paradoxes of th"
moral life those who are persecut-
|'": always the least worthy of
persecution from the prophets to
|the Jews and Christians and lib-
erals of contemporary Germany.
[The persecuted are always the
[higher types and the better friends
lf mankind. The very fact of their
persecution is the supreme witness
[f their worth. It has never failed
to be so. Search all history. The
man or group persecuted hy his or
its fellows and perishing on the
cross or at the stake or in pogroms
or in concentration camps is al-
ways necessarily the higher man
or the higher group and the con-
scious or unconscious upholder of
higher values. And in the long
' run it is always the values em-
bodied by the persecuted that
triumph and always the lower value
of the persecutors that perish in
shame or forgetfulness.
The next and most important
step in the argument is this, that
therefore persecution itself, the
persecution of any be they who
they may be, is a symptom of dis-
ease and barbarism in the civili-
; zation, the state, the nation with-
in which the persecution takes
place. It is the persecutors who
arc' sick and wicked, not the per-
secuted. The letters' plight is the
: proof of the formers' sickness and
shame. It is needless to defend
the persecuted. Their persecution
| is their strongest defense. It is
] not necessary to brand the perse-
cutors. That they are persecutors
is a sufficient diagnosis and de-
scription of both their moral be-
ing and their state.
i
The application uf this course of
reasoning to the present situation
in Germany, in Poland, in other
countries is abundantly clear. There
is hardly any reason to say that
the Jews, upon the whole, are good
men and g.....I citizens and that
the accusations levelled against
them are mad and fantastic. It
will often be more effective to an-
alyze the civilizations in which to-
day we and other groups are per-
secuted and to liken them to other
civilizationsto Rome, to Spain,
to czarist Russia- where the same
diseases with the same symptoms
produced what are now predictable
consequences. Let us put it this
way: Spain did not decline because
there were no Jews left in Spain.
But Spain declined because perse-
cution and expulsion are the symp-
toms of a perishing civilization.
Fear and hate destroy not only, not
chiefly, their objects. They de-
stroy those who nourish them. In-
sensate fear and hate are the symp-
toms of the disease that runs its
course through war to disaster and
! to death. Such is the strongest de-
fense of all men persecuted by
| their fellows. It is ours as welL
pokolow Memorial
Next Tuesday
I The local Zionist District will be
fnned by Sholem Lodge of B'nai
""th in the observance of a memo-
rial meeting in memory of the late
! ahum Sokolow, world renowned
I'W'sh statesman, author, leader
rnd diplomat, who died in London
peveral weeks ago. The social
mect,nK f'"- the month of June of
the B'nai B'rith Lodge has been
postponed so that all members of
B'nai B'rith may pay their respects
to the memory of this great leader.
All local rabbis will participate in
the meeting, with cantors forming
a part of the musical program that
will be presented during the eve-
ning The Jewry of Greater Miami
is urged to attend. No collections
will be made and there will be no
admission charge.
Weizmann Urges
Britain to Act
London (WNS-Palcor Agency)
Characterizing the Arab disturb-
ances as a challenge not only to
the British government but to the
League of Nations, which entrust-
ed the mandate over Palestine to
Great Britain, Dr. Chaim Weiz-
mann. president of the Jewish
Agency for Palestine, called upon
the British government to adopt an
"active policy" in the establish-
ment of the Jewish National Home
in order to fulfill its obligations
under the mandate. Dr. Weizmann
spoke before a crowded assembly
following his re-election as presi-
1 dent of the English Zionist Federa-
tion.
Analyzing the causes of the
present situation in Palestine, Dr.
| Weizmann said that they certainly
, were not economic, "despite the
poisonous propaganda that the
Arabs are being displaced and
. ousted from their positions by
Jews." "On the contrary," the
leader of the Jewish Agency said,
"the Arab people has increased as
. the result of Jewish effort. Nor
are the reasons for the disturb-
ances the result of fear for the*
future," he added, "although the
Arabs arc an excitable and gullible
people and perhaps believe the
leaders who are inspiring such
fears though they know that they
are untrue."
Dr. Weizmann declared that the
Jews are not interested in the pro-
posed royal commission for the in-
vestigation of the Palestine situa-
tion under present conditions. It
can discover nothing that is un-
known, he remarked. "Constant in-
vestigation is like uprooting trees
every few years and planting them
all over again," Dr. Weizmann
said. "The royal commission is
likely to suspend construction work
for years. We have had experi-
ence with commissions and inter-
pretations of the mandate."
Beginning his address with the
remark that he wished he could
have more cheerful tidings from
! Palestine, Dr. Weizmann said that
he "can say before God and all
| men that the Jews did not provoke
the disturbances." Dr. Weizmann
' pointed out that the present situa-
i tion was too often described in the
I press as "racial clashes" or "racial
hatred between Jews and Arabs,"
'declaring that these phrases could
not apply to a situation in which
the Jews, who were peacefully en-
gaged in their fields and factories,
were murderously attacked without
provocation. Observing that the
Arab leaders in Palestine were imi-
tating recent events in Syria and
Egypt, Dr. Weizmann said that the
fact that the Arab demands were
accompanied by violence consti-
tuted a challenge not only to the
British government, but to the
League of Nations.
In dealing with the question <>l
the royal commission, Dr. Weiz-
mann said that while assurances
have been given that the principle j
of the mandate would not come
Jewish News
Around the
World
Jewish Education Groups Seek
Share of $10,000,000 Fortune
New York (WNS) A 110,000,-
000 fortune left in trust by the late
Col. Michael Kriedsam. New York
department store magnate, for the
care and education of youth and
the support of aged people, has be-
come the subject of animated de-
bate in Jewish educational circles
here. Spokesmen for Jewish edu-
cational agencies are inclined to
believe that Talmud Torahs. He-
brew schools and other Jewish ed-
ucational institutions have a claim
to a part of the Friedsam fortune
since- it was bequeathed for the ed-
ucation of youth. The renewed in-
terest in the Friedsam fortune is
said to be due to a report that John
Burke, trustee of the estate, is pre-
paring to distribute the principal.
It is learned on good authority that
Mr. Burke believes that since the
money was left by a Jew, a good
part of it should go to Jewish agen-
cies. For that reason it is said he
has had Supreme Court Justice
Samuel Rosenman make an ex-
haustive study of the Mew York
Jewish educational field. In antici-
pation of the distribution of the
money. Orthodox and Reform Jew-
ish leaders are said to be waging
a behind-the-scenes tug of war '.
obtain the lion's share of whatever
funds are allotted to .lews. Mr.
Friedsam. who was president of B.
Altman and Co., died in 1981.
Hold Memorial Service for Burned
Produce
Tel Aviv (WNS-Palcor Agency)
A unique service was held here
when the traditional Shabuoth cer-
emonies included the recitation of
Yizkor, sacred memorial chant, for
the produce that has been burned
in Jewish settlements of Palestine
during the past six weeks. The
auditorium of the local Working
Youths' Organization was crowded
with members as a young boy read
a special Yizkor scroll, saying:
"Let us remember the outrage
against the golden wheat in the
fields of Israel, which went up in
flames. Let us remember the souls
of the blazing forests and the ag-
onies of the uprooted trees. We
shall create myriads to replace
each burned sheaf and plant thou-
sands for each uprooted tree, which
will give fruit and shade to the
coming generations."
within the purview of the commis-
sion, it may "presumably interpret"
and its investigations are likely to
suspend the upbuilding activities of
the Jews for years. In conclusion
Dr. Weizmann declared that the
Jews will not deviate from their
path of peaceful upbuilding and
will not be deflected by violence.
"The Jews are still anxious to live
peacefully with the Arab people."
Brown Urges Fund
Moneys Be Used
New York (WNS)A sugges-
tion that the balance of the Pal-
estine Emergency Fund raised in
this country in 1929, and amount-
ing to approximately 11,000,000, be
used in behalf of the sufferer- of
the present Palestine riots was
made by David A. Brown, who or-
ganized and conducted the Pales-
tine Emergency Fund campaign in
1929, and raised in an almost per-
sonal campaign $2,250,000 in cash.
Mr. Brown's suggestion was made
in an exclusive statement to the
Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, the
full text of which follows:
"I believe that what follows is
very timely and may be helpful in
relieving some of the distress that
must necessarily follow the riots,
disorder, murders and chaos that
come in the wake of the situation
in Palestine.
"You will remember that in 1929
at the time of the massacres and
rioting that took place in Pales-
tine, I organized the Palestine
Emergency Fund and conducted an
almost personal campaign that re-
sulted in a cash collection of two
million two hundred and fifty thou-
sand dollors, or thereabouts.
"A modest part of this money
was spent for immediate purposes
in 1929. Other moneys were spent
ill the years that followed and I
am reliably informed that there is
in excess of one million dollars in
this Palestine Emergency Fund.
I'bis money, no matter what form
it may be in at the present time,
should be used in behalf of the suf-
ferers in Palestine and should be
used at once.
"I noticed in the press of some
few days ago that Dr. Chaim Weiz-
mann has requested an additional
one hundred and fifty thousand
dollars to be sent immediately to
provide for those who have suf-
fered as a result of the ituation
existing in Palestine at the pres-
ent time. While I have no per-
sonal objection to the raising of all
available money possible in Amer-
ica for Palestine or for any other
country where Jews are in need,,
yet I feel that the money that was
raised from the Jews of America
in l!'21t for a specific purpose and
has not been distributed for that
purpose, should be used at this
time so that those Jews in Pal-
estine who are being routed from
their homes and who have suf-
fered losses by fire and other des-
picable acts on the part of the
Arabs, should receive such help as
this fund would warrant.
"In all of the publicity which has
appeared in the American Press
Jewish and non-JewishI have not
seen one word which would indi-
cate that this Palestine Emergency
Fund has been put into action."
The Jews have no fear as to the
outcome of the present situation,
Dr. Weizmann said, because their
work is "woven in the fabric of his.
tory and believes that Great Brit-
ain will keep faith with the Jew-
ish people."
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The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion is sponsoring a card party at
the home of Mrs. William Clein,
1850 S. W. Fourth st., on Sunday,
June 21st, at 8 p. m. Prizes will
be awarded for high scores and re-
freshments will be served. The
public is invited to attend.
* *
Among the important matters
acted "ii at the meeting of the
board of directors <>f the Jewish
Welfare Bureau, held last Monday
G|
SOCIETY
_*rifry. Intern
1 The admission charcc nf .
five cents will include dinner .v,
ill s "llCh
will be served on the beach. Tick
| ets may be purchased from '
________j member of the committt.,. ,. ,,",'/
I.each on the day of the off.- .
September 6, dance; Sep- OI <-atfa,r. Ail
' residents and tourists now jn ,^
final rites for his father, who died will hold its n ting at the mcn.c; ^ ^,
h.....6 "f AaU?Tuely ev^ \. ^rty, October21.| _^ to attend,
.,.-.: .. i.......i .-, iii,. meeting; November 18,
Mr. Keith Phillips has been ap-
pointed chairman for this city t t
the Thomas Aha Edison Founda-
January 23, meeting;
urged February 20, meeting! Februray
24 Puri n all; -March L>, Purim
dinner; March 19, meeting; March
. 'd party.
proceeds will he use,! for tlle j
of the many
bureau now
there several weeks ago.
u,lz; vice-president, Mil- L3, din, inter 16, meeting;
lion campaign. The purpose of the dred Berkowitz; r, December 20. card party; January
night, was the appointment of a foundation, nationally directed, is thur Singer, and treasurer, /
committee to draft rules and leg- to select and train youths of ex- Steinberg. All members a
ulations for the operating of a re- ceptional scientific ability as "Ed- to attend the nexl meeting, which
volving loan fund, for which loans j80n Scholars," carrying out a proj- will consider plans for a number
no interest will be charged. On ect begun by the inventor before of social events forthe summer.
this committee are Messrs. Max his death. At least 100 youths
Orovitz, J. Gerald Lewis. Elry from schools and industries, rep- Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Rippa are
Stone, Isaac Levin and R. R. Adler. resentative of all states, will be spending some time at Hot Springs,
The feasibility of forming a Fed- selected each year. Ark., where they are taking the
, ratio., ,,|" Charity organization in Local participation in the cam- mineral baths. Mr. and Mrs. Rippa
this area under the auspices of the paign to support the Edison Foun- were named members of the re- She was accompanied by her broth-
Jewish Welfare Bureau was re- dation will be directed by an Ed- ception committee which will wel- er-in-law, Mi. Wil'
hi ie,i to a committee consisting of ison Foundation committee.
supports.

The first of a series of suramer
dances will be sponsored by \\*
Junior Council of Jewish Won*
Ion Sunday evening, June 14th, at
', the Royal Palm Club. .\ feitg,
I of the dance will be the 'lance con.
Wolf son of
Messrs. Mark Max, Elry Stone and "The plan for awards set up by
Or. Frank Coret. Because the bu- the foundation is both democratic
reau is local placing agency for the and flexible." Mr. Phillips said.
Hebrew Orphans' Home at Atlan- "Each state will hold its own com-
ta. which has been taking care of petition and grants will be of suf-
loeal cases, the sum of $260 was ficient monetary value necessary
donated to that organization an! for education, training or scientific
the -urn of $100 was given to the research work of the individual.
Leo X. Levy Memorial Hospital at Candidates will be selected from
come President and Mrs. Roosevelt Tampa,
to Hot Springs on June 10th.
Rabbi Adolph Burger of Rodoph
Sholem Temple, Tampa, 1'la.; R(v.
One of the finest event.- planned and Mrs. Klozary and daughter of
Officers of the Young Men's He- for the current season is the an- Tampa and Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld,
biew Association will be installed nual picnic being sponsored by the J formerly of St. Petersburg, Fit,
at the meeting of the organization Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish were in Miami last Sunday, where
next Wednesday evening at the
"V" clubrooms.
Mi. ami Mrs. Charles Greenwald
Hot Springs, where some local three general classes: youths now of 1240 Euclid ave., Miami Beach,
cases have been under treatment, working in industries, graduates of announce the engagement of their
* universities and from those outside daughter, Mist Miriam Greenwald,
Rabbi and Mrs. Max Shapiro will school or industry who have dem- to Emanuel Seiderman. son of Mr.
leave .Monday. June 8th, for their ns'.rated unusual personal achieve, and Mrs, Louis Seiderman of 3515
vacation. The rabbi will attend ment." S. W. Twenty-sixth st.
the sessions of the American Jew- The campaign is in no way tied Miss Greenwald is a graduate of
ish Congress at Washington on up with the Edison company or any Miami Senior High school, Mr. Sei-
June 13th as one of the delegates other industry. National commit- derman has been a resident of
from Miami. They will then visit lee members include such names as
Henry Ford, Harvey Firestone,
Charles G. Dawes, Arthur Bris-
bane, Charles F. Kettering, Charles
M. Schwab and Owen D. Young,
who is national chairman.
In Florida, G. C. Estill of Miami
for the annual picnic sponsored by is chairman of the eastern district Jewish
the organization wore discussed, and John I). Harris. St. Petersburg Miami.
relatives and friends in the North
and will return here just prior t ,
the High Holy Days.
Miami for several years. The wed-
ding will take place June 21.-t at
the Greenwald home.

At the last meeting of the
Chesed Shel Ernes Sisterhood plans
A barn dance will be given by
the junior division of the V. M. 11.
A. on June 15th in honor of all
graduating seniors in
The committee in charge
The event will be held the first chairman of the western district. includes 1'eritz Scheinberg, S Sel
week in August. Meetings of the The campaign is expected to get by, Rose Berkowitz and Evelyn
organization will be held every sec. tinder way early this month. Marks. Chairmen of the various
ond Monday in every month, the committees are: Entertainment,
first in July. The Miami Beach Kosher Butch- Phil Weintrauh; refreshments. Nel-
* ers' Association announces that all
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Simpson and their stores will close daily at 1
children attended the convention of p. m., excepting Thursdays, when Marks. Prizes will be awarded for
the lumber dealers of the state at they will remain open all day, and the best costumes and a dance con-
Havana last week. Saturdays, when they will open at test will be featured.
* sundown. A membership drive, which will
Mrs. A. L. Wechsler left last last a month, will start next week
Tuesday to attend the graduation Junior Hadassah will hold its an- under the chairmanship of Hynian
of her son, Jacob, from the Chicago nual election of officers on next Ruben, who will be assisted by
Medical School. Monday evening, June 8th, begin- Julia Patterson, Abe Lehrman, Sol
. ning at 8 o'clock at Beth David Selby and Abe Berkoowitz, A prize
A general meeting of the entire Talmud Torah Hall. The report will be given to the member bring-
lie Shaff; decorations, Abe Berko-
witz, and invitations, Evelyn
membership of the Miami Jewish
of the nomination committee will
ing in the largest number of new
Orthodox Congregation will be held be Presented and then the voting members
at the synagogue on Monday eve-
ning, June 15th. All members are
urgi end.
.. *
The recently elected officers of
the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami
Jewish Orth idox Congregation will
be installed at a formal dinner at
the Palatial Kosher Restaurant
Sunday evening, June 14th. Full
details will be announced in our
next issue.
<
Mrs. N. Pritzker will leave to-
day for New York City to attend
the wedding of her daughter on
June 21st. Following the wedding
Mrs. Pritzker will visit her rela-
tives and friends for several weeks.

will begin.
to attend.
All members arc urged
At a meeting of the executive
board of the Ladies' Auxiliary of
the Jewish Welfare Bureau Mes
dames Morris Alpert and Maurice
Jacobs, chairmen of membership
i'ii Miami Beach, reported the en-
rollment of thirty new members
for the organization. Mrs. Ida w ,,
Optner, president of the auxiliary. f(||. n' )___'
reported that it had turned over
the sum of $2,260 to the bureau
during the 12-month period just
completed. Meetings for the
months of January, February and
March will be held at Miami Beach,
and summer meetings at the Mark
Miss Edna Reiman will give a
luncheon and personal shower at
1 p. m. Saturday at the Eml
Hotel. Miami Bi a :h, implimi
Mi-- Da
will take place in June.
Assisting the hosti ss will I he
mother, Mr-. Edward M. Re.
and Mrs. P. .!. Colbert.
Store, Miami. A social hour fol-
Mr. Joseph Greenberg will re- lowed,
turn to the city tomorrow from *
New York, where he attended the The Young Hebrew Social Club
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Frank entertained
Miss Daisy shaft',
engagement to Martin Miles
of Newark, N. J., was ..
with a linen shower lasl w. .
day at the Annell Hotel,
Reach. Luncheon was served ^o 8'J
guest.-, following which card- were
enjoyed. Mrs. Rebecca -
Mrs. Leonard Finn assisted the
hostess in entertaining.
Mis- charlotte Davis left Tues-
day to spend several weeks with
relatives and friends in Boston.
* *
Mrs. Sol Rotfort, president of
Beth David Sisterhood, and her
board announce the Sisterhood's
calendar for the approaching year:
June 17, general meeting; July 19
Welfare Bureau at B niche's Villa they spent the day. returning t
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FRIDAY, JINK :,. 193fi Vol. 9No. 2.1
ftgS*
13 MEN v BECOME RABBIS
AT HUkCW UNION COLLEGE
Viih the ordination of the* 13 men Into the rabbinate on
Mi) j. the graduate* of the Hebrew Union College, tin. in-
inn. kill tool (Oi. Reading from left to right the memben of
he tliM Ere: It Row. %dney M. rVikowiti. Tft Haute,
Ind ; Adolph J Feinberg. Clnvtand; Eric Friedland, Paiettem.
,V. } 1 Roland 11 Giicetiohn. Cleveland; Samuel CUinu. Ph,l-
adelphia. Secosd Row. Bertram Kliumer. Xewaak, S. /'
Button F_ Lctiruon. Cleveland; George B. Lieberman, Cleve-
land; Maurice Lyont, Clexeland; Jacob M. Rothachild. Pillt-
)'"*'> Third Row. Eugene Sack. Gtovernnttt. .V. Y.; Abraham
D. Shaw, a'imji City, Ami, Myron Sihemun. Piditutgk.
MIAMI
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
If you are interested in the fu-
ture welfare of the "Y," then you
I no doubt will be present at the I
Royal Palm Gob j
this Sunday, June
7th.
You can help
greatly by at-
tending and there-
by make this af-
fair, which is the
first presentation
of a dance and frolic given by the
women's division, a huge success,
as well as honor the newly elected
officers. Admission is $1 per cou-
ple, which will reward you with a
splendid floor show and a fine or-
Religious Racketeers
New York's latest and choicest scandal involves a rabbi
land his secretary, who are said to have received huge sums
lof money from credulous folk on the East Side who wished
Ito purchase a "Mitzvah," or in some cases hoped to obtain
relief from some ailment. New York papers are making cap-
ital of the' item, and the resultant publicity is having; no fa-
|vorahle effect on public opinion of (he rabbinate as a whole.
Whether there is justification for criminal proceedings in
[this case or not, it should certainly serve to focus attention if
the Jews on a situation which has long needed cleaning up.
I Indiscriminate use of the title "rabbi" by men whose sole
Qualification for the position sometimes is only a beard, is
Itendmg lo cheapen this honorable profession and to detract
[from the* dignity and prestige with which ministers of God
houM be invested before the eyes of the world.
Honorable men, spiritual men, who have dedicated their
llires to the religious welfare of mankind, sujffer by being
I classed in the same category with business sharpers mas-
|<)uerading as rabbis, and with Hebrew teachers, chicken
jhterers, mohels and shadchanim, many of whom also
|Asumr the respected title-
While in the long run a state law against improper use
the title, with strict penalties for violation, would doubt-
Ileus have effect in removing this nuisance, it is to be hoped
(here will he no necessity for thus airing our difficulties. The
[Jewish community itself should clean house, and under the
[leadership of both leading rnbbis and prominent laymen
[rouse the public to repudiation of these religious racketeers.
The New York case has revealed to what depths of deg-
Iradation it is possible for the commercial rabbis to sink.
There are always thousands of gullible people ready to be cjJs't'ni for your dancing,
taken in by any exaggerated claims, and ready to pay for all Ba||oons prizes and favors of all
sorts of superstitious fetishes palmed off in the name of re- s)ils win' hc distributed and a
I'ipon. grand prise will be awarded the
The non-Jewish world, unaware of our lack of control winncl.s ,lf tnt. main event, which
over adoption of the revered title, are ready to take at face wi ll(, a dance contest Need I
value any who call themselves rabbi. At Passover time we sav m,,,.,. ,, W(lUid be fine for each
are deluged by a flock of labels attesting to the Kashruth of of' voll g.et a little party of two
foods, and signed by rabbis by the dozen, most of whom we 1 or |hrep couples together and make
have never heard of.
This imposition must cease. There must be regulation
of the religious activities of oUr own community lest we he [ng, ,,ljs Sunday.
faced with a scandal which will blacken the character of
Jewry. Those men who have no right to speak with author-
ity must he stripped of their titles or face community ostra-
cism. \\t. are familiar with several scholarly and educated
men who have everv right to use the title rabbi, hut who
reject that right, lest thev be classified with the racketeers
and shochtim. ., ,. ...
If the community is still indifferent, and if the raohis
themselves fail to take action, it might be necessary to in-
voke the law and call for a public clean-up. Let us awake to
his festering evil in our midst and clean house.(Kcprint,
"ttton Jewish Advocate, May 26, 1936.)
, Perhaps even we in Miami might take this to heart be-
rorejt becomes too late._________________.___________
the colleges history-arc to be
graduated. Addresses will be de-
livered bv Dr. Bernard Revel, pres-
ident, and Dr. John H. Finley.as-
sociate editor of the New York
Times. Dr. Finley will also pre-
sent, the candidates for honorary
lllar catches yet seen this season
ind robbed the hitter of a cinch
home run. All told, the boys gar-
nered eight hits off the delivery
of three pitchers, with Harry Gol-
.lon leading the pack with two hits.
Watch for the game with the first
place WIOD team, as the boys
shore can use your moral support.
-'Mb Jew Killed in Palestine
Disorder Continues
Do not fail to attend the junior
division barn dance, which will be
held Monday, June 15th, at the
"Y" clubrooms. This affair is be-
ing held in honoring the Jewish
graduates of Greater Miami high
schools. Below is a list of the ju-
ior division members who are grad-
uating June 12:
Jerry Bass, Sarah Lehrman, Al-
berta Tannenbaum, Mildred Zinn,
Romlyn Friedman, Bob Richter,
Julia Patterson, Sylvia Reichich,
Arnold Greenfield, Ben Werner, Es-
ther Weiner, Frank Berg, Dot Da-
vis, Julius F.rstling, Sidney Levine,
Jeanette Kronenfeld, William Jo-
seph, Dan Satan and Sol Fordun.
Good luck to you all, graduates.
your business to attend ami join
in the celebration and merrymak-
romc
three
.500 rating
place.
Flooring, the
hlva College, Amsterdam ave.
nd 186th st., New York, the only
Coege of liberal arts and sciences
"nder Jewish auspices, will hold its
lh mual commencement Tues-
dy. June 16th, at 4 p. m., in the
auditorium of the college. Thirty-
one
studentsthe largest class in degrees.
DIAMONDBALL NEWS
After be'nr defeated in their
first three games, the "Y" dia-
mondball team made a determined
back by winning their las'.
tarts, which gave them a
and a tie for fourth
1 their game with Walton
Y" came from be-
lind to tie the score in the ninth
inning, and Nat Blumberg's second
hit of the game scored Bernie
Frank with the deciding run to win
by a score of 7 to 6. The pitching
of Marry Mantell, who was making
his first start for the "Y," was
commendable, as was the relief
pitching of Al Berkowitz.
Tuesday the "Y" defeated Miami
Beach Merchants by a score of 10
to 5. Davis Lackawitz undoubted-
ly made one of the most spectac-
One of the gayest affairs ever
planned by the "Y" is presently un-
der way, with the combined groups
of the "Y" each lending their as-
sistance in the task of preparing
for a picnic and all-day outing with
games of all kinds and dancing,
etc., to entertain the crowds. Either
July 4th or July 5th will be the
date selected for this picnic. Head-
ing the women's division is Mrs.
Morris, assisted by Mrs. Jules Wil-
son, Mrs. Sam Shindel and Miss
Ruth Davis.
Watch this column for more de-
tailed information.
Jerusalem (WNS-Paleor Agency)
Death struck down a Jew for the
twenty-eighth time since the Pal-
cstirif disorders started on April
r.uh, when Rahman Kalantaroff,
2!-year-otd student at the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem, suc-
cumbed to bullet wounds after be-
ing caught in a Maze of rifle fire
I while riding in a bos outside of
.li-in.sitr.-iit. Kalantaroff was a re-
' cent immigrant from Samarkand,
Bnenara.
The derailing of a Ineumotive of
B train going from Jerusalem to
Jaffa has caused the suspension of
all traia service between the two
cities. The engine was thrown
from the tracks when it crashed
into a stacae barriraxte which had
been elected across the line half
way between Jerusalem and the
nearby Arab vfflsge of E.yrfcia. No
casualties were reported. Shooting
at Jewish institutions, burning of
crops and gun fire between Arab
terrorists ami military patrols were
reported.
Official Y. M. H. A. Annual
Election Results
E. Albert Rosenfeld was honored
with the office of president at the
annual election held Wednesday,
June 3rd, at the "Y" clubrooms.
Other officers elected were: Vice
president, Frank Rose; Secretary
Peter Silverman was re-elected, and
Treasurer Harry Blumin; four
elected to the board of directors
for the 3-year term, Alvin Gross-
man, Phil Berkowitz, Ben Serkin
and Joseph Davis; four elected to
the board of directors for the 2-
year term, Sam Seitlin, Albert
Reisman, Milton Friedman and
Harry Schwartz; three elected to
the board of directors for the 1-
year term, Albert Berkowitz, Ar-
Bnrauig of American Property
Brines l'mi,-.i to U. S. Consul
Jerasalem (WNS-PaJcor Agency >
' The burning of property and shoot-
ing on the American financed chil-
dren's village of Shefeya, in Sa-
maria, brought a protest tonight to
Leland B. Morris, acting Ameri-
, can consul general, who received a
telegram informing of the attack
by Arabs, as did Sir Arthur Wau-
ehope, Palestine high commission-
er. The peaceful little settlement
! was alarmed as flames began to
envelop the barns. Police, hastily
! summoned, started an interchange
! of rifle fire with the incendiaries,
I who were finally driven off. She-
feya, at which boys and girls are
trained to become farmers, and at
which a number of youthful Ger-
I man-Jewish refugees have been
, placed recently, is completely sup-
ported by the Junior HadasSah.
I ^^^^"~~~^^~~~"
1 thur Blatt and Harry Rose.
Political comment: If the win-
' ning candidates show one-half of
! the enthusiasm put forth in get-
1 ting elected, after they are in-
t stalled the future of the "Y" can
be well assured by their efforts.


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Jacksonville News
I luncheon and bridg
gi\< n 'ast week by the L
SI Aid Society an !
Horn foi the Aged in the Jewish
Cent) an succi ssful
Mrs. Simon Lasrow was
of the committee in
ns.
Co-chairman was Mrs. Milton L.
Hollins. ami assisting were: Mrs.
i. Sloat, Mrs. J. T. Wilensky, Mrs.
A. Bork, Mrs. J. Shapiro, Mrs. Na-
than Newman, Mrs. Morris Gheler-
ter, Mrs. Perry Kantor, Mrs. Sam
Witten, Mrs. A! Stein, Mrs. M.
Stein, Mrs. Sidney Schain, Mrs.
Abe Selber, Mrs. Pete Haimowitz,
Mrs. Herb Talisman. Mrs. D. Ros-
enthal and Mrs. Reuben Rosenberg.
During the luncheon Miss Marian
Herbert, from the Florida State
College for Women, rendered a
i'umber of vocal selections, accom-
panied at the piano by Miss A.
-.
Special awards were won by Mrs.
E. Carnot. Mrs. P. L. Samson Mrs.
Charles Rubin, Mrs. A. Carasky,
Mrs. D. Hurwitz. Mrs. I. Edwards
and Mrs. Hy Safer.
STATEWIDE NEWS
Friday. J
and Kentucky. \ ^ {
Klan has nearly 500,000 nu-nuV
in his area, Colescott declared that
the Klanamen are concentratingQ
obtaining passage of -.;,tj0.
deport 3,600,000 alien-. The Dm
aid, intends "to mak< Amerb
tor Americana or those who wan*
to pledge allegiance to our coun
try."

St. Petersburg
West Palm Beach
Notes
German Trade Unionists Organize
io Overthrow Hitler
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rabin, Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Rabin and Miss
Florence Cohen returned from Beth I-
Miami, where they attended the regular monthly meetii
B. Rabin, home of Mr. and Mr.-. Harry A.
Lee. This was
i Aid of travelogue lunches,

ng of their brother,
(WNS)- German trade
unionists have organized a secret
in Germany to overthrow Hit- '
: by J. C. Little, ..
presid En-
iiion. in an address at
the union's annual meeting. With-
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Society ot" the Congregation B'nai the n e Ter ,my details of the
Israel had their successful yearly
picnic at Mederia Beach, where
they served two meals to a large
crowd. A vote of thanks is ex-
tended by the above organization
to the following able host.--. :
Mrs. !'. L. Goldberg. Mrs. B. H.
Jacobs, Mrs. O. Silverman, Mrs. B.
Gelman, Mrs. Ed Kaufman and
Mrs. C. Swit.
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The closing luncheon of the
ters of Israel was held
Wednesday afti in the Jew-
ish Center. The outgoing board
>:' arrangements. A
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Miss Celia Rubin is the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Schuster at Ti
The Judc a C insel had
y :, ial.
ihments w red at the
Mrs. Harry Schusti r at
Treasure Island.
"mud. It was called "A Day in
tine." Tlu- foui
e in was typical of P i These
luncheons will be served al
li imea of nembers month-
ly. Mrs. Argintar presided at the
business m I
luncheon, Mrs. Harry 11
president, being al si 11 due to the
illness of her father.
Beth El Cong, had its regular
Friday night at 8 'clock.
R J ph 'Makk officiating, an I
, talk giv< :. Attorney Harry
nark.
anization, Little said that
its first objei tive was to reli asi
onfined in con-
centration camps.
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members of the executive board at
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Tampa Notes
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Sal-bury an-
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Dale Arden Salsbury, born May 1 '.
at the Tampa Municipal Hospital.
Mrs. Salsbury was the former Miss
Minnie Craeowaner, daughter of
Mrs. Daniel Craeowaner.
Dr. L. S. Augustine has returned
after visiting with relatives an i
friends in Miami. Mrs. Augustine,
mother cf Dr. Augustine, and Mrs.
Predinger accompanied him to
Tampa and will be the guests of
Dr. and Mrs. L. S. Augustine.
the
The many friends of Mr. Abe
Maas wish to congratulate Uncle
Abe on his birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Berger and
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wohl have
returned after spending the week-
end in Miami and Miami Beach.
V. M. H. A. NOTES
The schedule of activities fo
coming week follows:
Sunday8 p. m., community
dan.-e in the Auditorium.
Monday-Meeting of the board mt"r *> Olympic stars. The
.of directors. d"te and place of the ^t.val has
Plan Jewish Sports Festival
Here During Berlin Olympics
NEW YORK (WNS) A huge
Ji wish sports festival will ; i
in New York at the very time that
the Olympic games are held in
Germany, it was ai nounced here
by the Jewish Labor Committee.
The Jewish athletic program is de.
signed as an answer to the Nazi
Olympics. The program of the
, Jewish sports festival is being ar-
ranged by a committee of promi-
nent Jewish and non-Jewish ath-
letes, including a number of for-
Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz has re-
turned after visiting her son, Ber-
nard, in camp in Baltimore. She
also visited relatives in Baltimore
and Philadelphia.
Tuesday3:30 p. m., class in
ballet and tap dancing for chil-
dren; 4 p. m.. meeting of Girl
Scouts; 7:30 p. m.. meeting of Boy-
Scouts; 8 p. m., meeting of Merry-
fellows; 8 p. m., class in elemen-
tary and conversational Hebrew.
WednesdayGym class for worn,
en, under direction of Miss Dot
Feiner.
, not yet been decided but it will be
i announced shortly. The program
t will include athletic events and an
, exhibit describing Jewish achieve-
; ments in the world of sports.
ThursdayDance recital by stu-
dents of Betty Fagan studio; class
in chess.
Friday eveningReligious serv.
ices at Temple and Synagogues.
NOTICE!
The .Miami Home Milk Producers Asso-
ciation announces the resignation of Mr. J. T.
Trice as Sales Manager of the Association,
effective as of May 16, and the appointment
of Mr. Joe Roherts to the position.
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Associatiou
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Five
of a famous father put in a long
distance call to London the other
day and urged Dr. Chaim Wei/.-
ann to do everything to prevent
the World Jewish Congress .
gentleman, who dropped the
word junior from his name a cou-
Ple of years ago, appealed to Wciz-
mann in the name of a prominent
1 Zionist Dr. Stephen S.
Wise will attend the Washington
conference of the American Jew-
' es after all, having post-
poned his trip abroad until June
The directors of the Joint
ibution Committee, on the in-
Hillel, by Morgan Levy. Class 5: """' "' Ja"u's -v Rosenberg,
Temple Israel, 137 N. E. Nine- Essay, Jews of Today and Y, tei have raisod a fund and bought
Bath Club because the club refused
to admit the late Adolph S. Ochr.
as his guest.
,.,.,. c, "* on the Rothschild family by
IbMII.U I Marjorie Fisher. Class 4, Life of
Services this week, and
[teenth St.
Lon, now on, will be held in Kap-
ten Hall.
Prank Horowitz's painting of the
late Peter Wiernik, editor of the
LaVigne. class 2; Enayi by Dor* Jewish Morning Journal ... The
day, by Charlene Ruskin. High
school, class l: Essay by Walter
kki.igious school
Othy Ann Levin, also hono
mention for Shirley Levy and Ted-
dy Plant for their essays.
Mr. Herbert U. Feibelman, pres-
ident of the congregation, present.
The Religious school held its
ises on Sunday, May
The assembly was well at- ed Uu' lu"""' certificates, and
tended bj parents and friends.
B delightful talk. Mrs. Plant, su-
the
prayer was given by Penntendent of the Religious
Bernadine II'"'> services read hv school, presented the mazuzahs as
painting was presented by the di-
i to the Veshiva College, one
of the pet institutions of the late
ditor Incidentally, we hear
that two prominent New York Jews
recently gave Veshiva College
550,...... each The Non-Secta-
rian Anti-Xazi League denied that
u is dickering with the American
Jewish Congress and the .National
were Leonard Lewis, Betty l'-'ndid services in playing the or.
liveintraul, and Teddy Plant, also *8n aml Pian ,luli'"-' the <">
little Frances Louise Wolfson.
Peifcit attendance for the en-
v,..^ k,. ri,i, R.n n*t Sunday, the "th of June,
tire year was had by Bobby Bion-
ner, Sterling I*vine, Irma Bern-' V" Las OI:,s C,a8mo' Fort Ul"'
D____i____ uv,i_i.. dale Games have been plan
I stein, Emma Rosenberg, Shirley
I Levy, Fred Bulbin and Florence
These children were given
|a small silver mazuzah.
Honor certificates were present- o
ltd to: Primary department, class
past year in the Religious school.
The school picnic will be held
at
uder-
planncd
and prizes will be given. Also re-
freshments for all the children and
their parents.
SISTERHOOD
bout.
Halloteers
Democratic circles in New York
are trying to trace down the cock-
eyed rumors that Governor Leh-
man may resign before his term
expires Among those mentioned
as possible Democratic gubernato-
rial candidates are Borough Presi-
dent Samuel Levy and Supreme
Court Justice Bernard Shientag ...
The Republicans are said to be eye-
ing Supreme Court Justice Harry
It'll Never Be Published
Moshe Shertok, director of the
political department of the Jewish
Agency Executive, has been asked
to resign The demand has been
made by two very, very prominent
American Jewish leaders in a cable
to Chaim Weizmann The rea-
son for this sensational develop-
ment is the interview published in
the -New York Times of May 20th
. It is said that the Non-Zionist
members of the Jewish Agency
could not swallow Shertok's com-
ment that "the units in the world
scale of things are not the Jews
of Palestine and the Arabs of Pal-
estine, but the Jewish people and
the Arab people Another sen-
tence which irritated the Non-Zion-
ist leaders reads: "Palestine is
the only country in the world
where the Jewish people can work
out their national salvation" .
As we hand this copy to the lino-
' typer, we are informed that the
United Palestine Appeal, repre-
senting all Zionist elements in this
country, have dispatched an un-
equivocal cable to Dr. Weizmann
endorsing the sentiments expressed
by Shertok.
(Copyright, 1986, by Seven Arts
Feature Syndicate)
launch a drive for the sale of new
shares of the Mizrachi Bank, Ltd.,
in Palestine and thus enable the
bank to extend its credit activities,
which were so far concentrated
primarily in the cities, also to vil-
lages and colonies.
The Mizrachi Bank operates un-
der the direct supervision of the
Palestine government and is
headed by well known business men
and financial experts. The bank
has branches in Jerusalem Tel
Aviv and Haifa, and is recognized
as one of the largest and most re-
liable banks in the country. The
bank pays regular dividends on its
Shares, last year amounting to
7'..
In order to carry on the activ-
ities of the Mizrachi Bank in this
country efficiently and systemat-
ically, the bank appointed the well
known Mizrachi worker and mem-
ber of the administrative commit-
tee of the American Mizrachi, Mr.
S. Cohen Margolis of the Talpioth
Palestine Investment Agency, 38
Park Row, New York, as its sole
agent in this country, in all mat-
1 ters pertaining to the sale of
shares and payment of dividends.
California Knights of Pythias to
Fight Nazism and Fascism
Jewish News
Around the
World
|l, Harold Weinberg; class 2, Pearl J------------------------------------------
Sapero. Intermediate department, For the first time in years the
I ... 1, Rosamond Rubin; class 2, Sisterhood held a summer meeting K. Lewis of Brooklyn as possible
Ipmma Rosenberg; class 4, Morgan on Monday, June 1st, in Kaplan gubernatorial timber People
Levy; class 5, Muriel Neufeld; high Hall, in the form of a covered dish in the political know in New York
pehool department, class 1, Fran- luncheon. Fifty-five Sisterhood are beginning to talk of M. Mald-
et Rose Katz; class 2, Dorothy members enjoyed the afternoon so win Fertig, former counsel to Gov-
I Ann Levin. much that it was voted we have ernors Roosevelt and Lehman, for
Honorable mention: Primary de- another similar affair in July. It an important place on the state
Ipartment class 1, Patricia Meyer was a real get-together meeting, ticket in the fall in the event Leh-
and Lois Kay Nevins; class 2, Bil- presided over by Mrs. Jacob H. j man remains adamant in his re-
ly Rubin, Danny Kohl and Bobby : Kaplan, our new president, and en- fusal to run for a third term .
iBeisman; intermediate department, I thusiastically enjoyed by all pres- Fertig is regarded as one of the
By error the name of the offi-
ciating clergyman at the nuptials
of Miss Viola Katz to Mr. Julius
Mendelson was given in our last
issue as Rabbi Max Shapiro. This
should have been Rabbi Dr. Jacob
II. Kaplan of Temple Israel.
Mizrachi Bank Renews Activities
in This Country
class 1, Louis Wolfson and Benja- ent.
min Bronston; claass 2, Kaylette
Smith; class .'{, Joyce Pearlnian,
|Marjory Fisher, Joseph Mirsky,
rbara Meyer, Charles Rubin ..i I
I Franklin Nankin; class -1 Harriett
Goldman and Malcolm Ma;id; cla -
15. Charlene Ruskin and Mor n
Kane; high school department,
I, Bet nadine Both; class -.
I'ant. Shirley Levy anJ
IHarcia K
Presentation was made from
[ - 1. floral offering by the girls
|- "M iza" by the boy.-. Class
Ss Thought, and About
1 g, by the buys and girls. In-
fcermediate department, class 1:
Heroes of the Bible, presented by
I* group. Class 2: Jews in Many
|Lands. by the entire class. Class
Strictly
Confidential
Tidbits From Everywhere
By I'll INEAS .1. BIRON
Notes on Our Leaders
A gentleman bearing the nan:
ablest authorities on public util-
ity law Those who expected
Jonah J. Goldstein to be pontifical
after his appointment as judge of
the New York Court of General
Sessions were suprised Guest
of honor at a Cheese Club lunch-
eon, he entertained the crowd with
some nifty risque yarns James
M. Cox of Ohio, Democratic nomi-
nee for president in 1921, once re-
signed in a rage froir the Miami
Pursuant to a resolution adopted
at the last convention of the Miz-
rachi Organization, a call was is-
sued by Mr. Leon Gellman and
Rabbi M. Kirshbloom, president
and secretary of the Mizrachi, to
Santa Rosa, Calif. (\VNS) Op-
position to Nazism, Fascism, Com-
munism "or any other 'isms' that
are contrary to fundamental prin-
ciples of democracy as established
under the constitution of the Unit-
ed States" was voiced at the 67th
annual grand lodge convention of
the Knights of Pythias, California,
Domain, held here. This stand was
taken in a resolution unanimously
adopted, with instructions that all
Pythian lodges in the state should
vigilantly combat such organiza-
tions whose purposes are to under-
mine, overthrow or otherwise de-
; stroy American governmental prin-
ciples. Commendation of and of-
fers of assistance to all organiza-
tions waging active battle against
the subversive movements were
embodied in the resolution.
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By
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Containing the
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33 N. E. First Avenue
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THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN
Friday, June 5
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The brilliant pages of an immor-
tal novel come to life on the screen
of the Tivoli Theatre, starting
Sunday, whin Metro-Goldwyn-
Mayer'l magnificent production,
"A Tale of Two Cities," opens a
limited engagement. Ronald Col-
man is starred in the unforgettable
role of Sydney Carton. With him
appears a cast of truly all-star
calibre, including such favorites as
Elizabeth Allan, Edna May Oliver,
Reginald Owen, Basil Rathbone,
Blanche Yurka, Henry B. Walthal-
Donald Woods, Walter Catlett,
Fritz Leiber, H. B. Warner, Mitch-
ell Lewis, Claude Gillingwater,
Billy Bevan. Isabel Jewell, Lucille
Laverne. Tully .Marshall and al-
most one hundred other great
players.
Samuel Goldwyn's "Barbary
Coast" comes to the Seventh Ave-
nue Theatre next Sunday with Mir-
iam Hopkins, Edward G. Robinson
and Joel McCrea in its leading
loles.
Miriam Hopkins is more fasci-
nating, more beautiful and more
effective than ever before as Swan,
who reigns over the crooked rou-
lette wheel in the notorious Bella
Donna Cafe, run by Louis Cham-
alis, a man as ruthless as he is
powerful. Robinson has his finest
characterization as this "Public
Enemy No. 1" of the Barbary
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plate flaw being eliminated by
curvature of the surface which con- !
centrates these reflections into a |
light-absocbent black trough at the 1
I ase of the window, it is explained.
The first installation of "invis-
ible" glass in the Southeast is be-
ing presented by Burdine's, where
a window of the Palm Beach sec-
tion on S. E. First street has been
constructed of the new product. As
the picture of the window shows, it
is no longer possible to see reflec-
tions of objects in the street, such
as street cars, buildings, people and
lights in the window. The window
makes the merchandise appear as if
it were completely unprotected, and
the entire men's suit department
is now visible from the sidewalk.
Coast, and Joel McCrea is splen-
did as Jim Carmichael, a fine,
idealistic young miner, who enters
Swan's life and transforms her by
his love.
The glass itself is le, but
the effect is to make the glass un-
detected by the eye because every
ray of light cornea direct from the
merchandise, reflections ordinarily
returned to the eye by polished
When you need a Mohel and
want to be sure that the cir-
cumcision will comply with rit-
ual requirements, as well as pro-
tect the health of your child, be
certain to call
RABBI B. D. MINDEL
Recognized as Greater Miami's
Leading Mohel
Phones 2-87613-2270
You Are Invited
TO BECOME A MEMBER OF THE
MIAMI
CIVIC MUSIC
ASSOCIATION
AM) ENJOY CONCERTS BY
WORLD'S FAMOUS
ARTISTS
To BE PRESENTED
Admission to Concerts
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Students $2.50
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224 N. E. 13th St. oppo.it, phone
SCUS, Koebuck 2-6611
NOTICE!
AH butcher stores operated by members of this
associaticn will close daily during the summer
at 1 P. M.
OPEN ALL DAY ON THURSDAY AND
SATURDAY NIGHTS BEGINNING
AT SUNDOWN
THE MIAMI BEACH KOSHER
BUTCHERS' ASSOCIATION
INVISIBLE
GLASS
The first installation of
"Invisible Glass" in the
South has been made in
BI RDINE'S
"Palm Beach Shop"
Display Window
On First Street side, next
to Miami Avenue.
As usual, in keeping
with the trend in modern
store front and display
window designsthis in-
stallation is being made by
BINSWANGER & CO.
1212 N. E. Second Ave.
S. H. ROSENDORF, Mgr.
FRANK
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