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The Jewish Floridian ( July 3, 1936 )

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4 a wJewish IFIIondliiai in i% Vol. 9—No. 27 COMBINING Tit) JheWUSlh lUintity MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1936 Price Five Cunts The World's Palestine Deaths Council Urged as Secular Judaism Jabotinsky Is Window Near Two Hundred Jewish Spokesman h Denounced Offered Post "MEDITATION" Jerusalem (WNS-Falcor Agency) i With the completion of 10 weeks of | disorder in Palestine, with vio-' lence and destruction taking on I new and more drastic forms, the i toll of deaths caused by the disorders, directly and indirectly, rosj toward the 200 mark as another | Arab was killed during a clash with troops in the Nabius district. Reading Marvin Lowenthal's ex"6 was the 145th Arab known to convention. The committee was incelknt book, "The Jews of Gerhave been slain by troops and postructed to report at the next conBy LIDWIG I.EWISOHN Thlfl column is copyrighted by the Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Reproduction in whole or in part is strictly forbidden. Any infringement on this copyright will be prosecuted. Cape May, N. .1. (WNS) -A special committee to study the implications concerned in making the Synagogue Council of America the representative body of American By N. C. J. C. NEWS SERVICE New V, "' k (WNS)—That Dr. Cape May, N. J.—Jewish activChaim Weizmarin, president of the ities which "flout religion and Jewish Agency; David Ben Gurion, fluunt secularism" were sharply head of the ncy'a political decriticized by Rabbi Felix A. Lew Partment, and Pinchas Rutenbere.. of Chicago, president of the Central head of the Palestine Electric CorJewry was appointed by the CenConference of American Rabbis, at P orat on agreed to invite Vladimir .tral Conference of American Rabthe opening of the -17th convention j J a t>otinsky. Zionist Revisionist bis at the close of its 47th annual : of the conference, the largest rabeh j ef t0 assumt fu ^arge of the binical body in the world. political department of the World Zionist Organization is asserted in "Jews are fundamentally a relian article appearing in the Julymany," tempted me to browse ""'• There are believed to oe a vention. The conference also named gious folk," Rabbi Levy said in his August issue of "World Jewry.' among my books and to turn the number of dead in the hillside a special committee to confer with presidential address, "and hence organ of the American New Zionpages at least of a good many, caves which were raked by milileaders of the United Palestine Apthe havoc of general secularization ist Organization, it is stated in a And so in the many passages exlal > machine guns in battles with I peal and the Joint Distribution has been particularly fatal to them, publicity release sent out by this cerpted from Greek and Latin auArab terrorists. The number of Committee to compose their differLodge Judaism, despite the reli-j revisionist group. thors by the late Theodore ReiJewish deaths c:>used by Arabs \s ences, which the conference de-jgious ritual of initiation and synThe release describes a meeting nach and in the writings of the thirty-six. plored. agogue affiliation of a portion, of the Vaad Leumi at Tel Aviv in so-called fathers of the church and Military forces in Palestine were Resolutions adopted by the conlarge or small, of the membership, ; May at which, "among others, Dr. in medaeval chronicle and again in increased with the arrival of the ferenee celled for encouraging the is no substitute for Jewish religious I Chaim Weizmann, Haskell, the certain writings of the Protestant Eighth Hussars, a mechanized destudy and use of tm Hebrew Ianlife. No fraternal ordor can speak South African; Suorasky, Pinchas reformers and finally in many, 1-ichment from Egypt. The number Kuajrl i n a n congregations and re-j for Israel and thus take a privimany modern pages I found itc-r| ()I Jewish supernumerary policeij K j 0US schools, emphasizing reliI lege that belongs to the synagogue ated and reiterated the same ae; men armed with rifles who are in K j on as opposed to secularism as | alone. Philanthropic Judaism will cusations against the Jewish peothe Palestine government defense ,. en tral to the soul of Israel, ex' soon be emptied of all Jewish conpie which Lowenthal describes and forces was raised to the record pressed heartfelt sympathy through tent if the synagogue does not take enumerates in their various forms high of 1,800 as the result of an y, e .j t w j sr Agency to those be-'control and show leadership. over a period of one thousand agre ment between the government reaV ed by the Palestine riots and ] years in the lands of German : "'"1 the Jewish Agency for Pal. s-Hde at the fine spirit of restraint t ,. AS abblS r We haVe tolerated speech. ^ine. which had requested 2,500 ,„., calm which has characterized th,S S tUat 0n far l lon and we must insist, even though it may cost us contributions and loss of way from the accusation of Athe-1 drastic fine imposed upon any Arab I objection to the policy of anv sk lled social workers, that no one since th,. Hiun-Her* L._\. _..._.. .*_,,„: ./ *u..„„'.. who is not synagogue-minded and It is almost needless to go over armed Jewish guards to protect va; ln great mass of Palestine Jewry these accusations. They go all the 'ious Jewish colonies. The most ( .; u j ng tn( ( r isis; voiced religious Btate which strikes at the very Rutenberg and Ben Gurion participated." Rutenberg is quoted as having protested against "the helplessness as well as the inefficiency of the political representatives of the World Zionist Organization." The story then goes on to say that Rutenberg demanded that Jabotinsky be drafted to take charge of the situation, that Haskell communicated with Jabotinsky by phone in London and that Jabotinsky agreed to accept provided the political department of the Zionist Organization he turned over to his group. This publicity release is not ism to that of devil worship; from community since the disorders,. the charge of piercing the wafer in started was levied on I.ydda, which lacti ( of religion, this stricture "*"" !" PeU l n has *?„ rig ** the Eucharist and using Christian was ordered to pay $25,000 because apl ,| vinK specifically to the treat\? ny P* ltlon of responsibility in blood for matzoth to the charge of ; some of its residents had particiment of Catholics in Mexico; and Jewisn community, deliberately debasing Christian civpated in shooting at railway trains approvl ( | a resolution passed by the Secular Judaism, Rabbi Levy deilization and using civic rights for ana damaging communications. National Federation of Temple clared, "is contrary to the spirit of taken seriously in authoritative the attainment of world supremThe government ot Transjordan, Brotherhoods disapproving gama people that has chosen to know Zionist circles in New York, the acy; from the poisoning of wells headed by Emir Abdullah, has pubi bling in any form at events conGod and to be known by Him." He Worldwide News Service was into the poisoning of culture; .rom lished a categorical denial that i ducted under the auspices of the warned rabbis to "refuse to lend formed. No official or unofficial the charge of having ereal.-d fij there is any plan or intention on federation or synagogal organiza' ourselves to any Jewish cause* information from reliable sources nance capita.ism to the char.re of the part of any Transjordanians to tions of any kind, the sole origination or Bj.s.u.ism. [conduct an armed march on PalesAccording to these aciusa.ions the I tine. The government also denied Jew is godless anJ .ana...a iy reli. I rumors that Crown Prince Tala! gious, insolent and servile, loo rich had thought of marching on Paland too pooi, too giited to jom-'estine at the head of a band of pete with and too sterile to make armed men, but had not been per| p au ] treasurer; Rabbi Samuel M. his competition count. The list of mitted to do so. A spokesman for | Q U „ 0 f Columbus, corresponding accusations could be indefinitely the Palestine government charaesec ,etary, and Rabbi Isaac E. MarDr. Felix A. Levy of Chicago was ic-elected president. Other officers re-elected were: Dr. Max O. Currick of Erie, Pa., vice-president; Rabbi Harry S. Margolis of St. extended from the wuiiass of antiquity, of medaeval and of modern times, of all Islam and of all Christendom. And the accusations terized as "utter nonsense" the rumor spread abroad of an armed march on Palestine, declaring that there are no indications of any such would have amid all their insane rising and that Transjordan is well variety and mutual contradictor!ness one thing in common: they are not true. It will be said that other human groups have been subjected to cuson of Macon, Ga., recording secretary. New members of the executive board elected include Rabbis Morton M. Berman, New York; Philip S. Bernstein, Rochester; Brill, Shreveport; Alvin New Rochelle; Albert G. Minneapolis, and Samuel Cincinnati. The Hebrew Abram 1.ucks, Minda, Wohl, controlled by the royal air force, %  with all Jordan passes well watched. It is impossible for the Arabs to live peacefully in Palestine with | Union College Alumni Association the Jews while the Jewish National nanle( ] Dr. Abba II. Silver of Clevevague reproaches. The Scotch are Home policy is maintained by Great i an( j ( president; Dr. Joseph Rauch, -aid to be avaricious and ih.Irish Britain, it is declared in a statei Louisville, vice-president; Rabbi i irresponsible and belligerent. But I ment of Arab policy issued by the Sidney Regner, Reading, I'a., secrethese charges are not taken seriArab Supreme Committee over the tary, an j Rabbi Leon Feuer, Toously in the practice of life. No signature of Haj Amin El Hussei; et | 0 treasurer, one, at all events, has ever proni, Grand Mufti of Jerusalem. In posed to expell either the Scotch tended as the Arab answer to the or the Irish from the family of colonial secretary's speech in tho made after the World war. that are definitely anti-religious." has reached this country about any ,„ „ .. ... such meeting of the Vaad Leumi. World Predicament Described He described the world predicament today as being due to its "having V-bandoned or neglectaj basic religious principles and approaches." Communism and state totalitarianism, he declared, are "degenerate forms" in that they "deny what is at the very heart of July 7th Set As Public Fast Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency) The Jews of the world are sumreligion and of morality, spiritual moned to assemb i e in their synafreedom, exercise of choice, the ., „__ ,-, u „ ,.' gogues for afternoon prayer on sanctity of personality. "The religious man does not believe in sal| Tuesday July 7th (17th of Tam vation through the state or clas, muz) to call upon God to intercede war," he said, "even though he may on behalf of the Jews of Palestine The insist that poverty be abolished and exploitation of men cease. When he cries this challenge he does so in the name of God, the Father of all men." lie said that religion can and must support every endeavor—social justice, peace and good will et forts—that tries to make men's lives richer, fuller and happier. Discussing the Palestine situamankind or, as an alternative, to house of commons two weeks ago, Arab supreme committee also takes tion, Rabbi Levy praised the reexterminate them. The very sugthe declaration expresses deep reissue with the approval expressed straint of Palestine Jews in the because of the disorders which have ravaged the land during the past ten weeks, is the summons contained in a proclamation issued by the chief rabbinate of Tel Aviv. Copies were dispatched to rabbis in every part of the world. July 7th was selected because the 17th of Tammuz is a sacred fast day of Jewish history, recordng the breaching of the wall of Jerusalem when it was attacked by Nebuchadnezzar in 580 B. C. E. gestion would be considered an in\ gret that Mr. Armsby-Gore hinted by the colonial secretary of the j face of "Arab animosity and ra.and the second destruction of Jerustance of wildly insane humor. Yet no change in the political situation restraint exhibited by Palestine pine." "They have been an examgroups of men and whole societies I in Palestine as a result of the picsJewry. It charges that the Jews pie of Jewish courage and patience, of men have from a fairly remote ent tactics. started the attacks which initiated in one way, as our brethren in antiquity on to this fourth decade The Arabs of Palestine do not the disorders in Tel Aviv, the colGermany and Poland have been in of the twentieth century passionbelieve that the projected royal [ onies and Jaffa. Arab demands i another," he said. He expressed ately advocated and brutally sought commission will interest itself in for cessation of Jewish immigra' the hope that the acquisition of to accomplish either the expulsion all Arab grievances, the statement. tion, restrictions on land sales to Palestine by Jews and their reor extermination of the Jewish peosays, adding that new promises will Jews and the establishment of an maining there "will not be responple on the basis of accusations be unavailing, since Great Britain | Arab national parliamentary gov, sible for the shedding of one drop (Continued on Page 5) 'has not carried out the promises eminent are reaffirmed. of Arab blood." salem by Titus in 70 C. E. The day is tradtiionally one of fast and mourning. The appeal for worldwide prayer is taken as an indication of the seriousness of developments in the Palestine situation. Local synagogues will join in the worldwide observance, and special prayers will be recited during the Mincha service.



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Page Two THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN Friday, July 8, l'.tffi (? el SOCIETY J9 Mrs. Isaac Levin will entertain at bridge Wednesday, July 8th, at 2 p. m. at the Woman's Club in honor of Mrs. Hyman S. Jacobs of Atlanta, Ga. Assisting Mrs. Levin in entertaining will be Mesdames Elry Stone, Nathan Adelman and William Friedman. Among the tories won this year by the Palm \ and Dallas, Texas, out-of-town guests will be Mrs. Beach lodge make the score for the j turn Levitan of Atlanta, Ga., Mrs. R. two years the events have been B. Berman of Columbus, Ga., and held even. A run-off series will Mrs. L. E. Altschul of Baltimore, be held soon. In charge of arMd. • • A wedding of national interest took place in Buffalo, N. Y., Sunrangements were Milton Friedman, who conducted the athletic contests; William Friedman, Nathan Adelman, Elry Stone, I. Levin and day, June 28th, when Mrs. Henry Henry Nadelweiss. Guest of honor Nathan of that city, president of for the event was Mr. Hyman S. the National Federation of Temple Jacobs of Atlanta, Ga., first viceSisterhoods, was married to Dr. president of District Grand Lodge Leon L. Watters of New York. FolNo. 5, which includes Florida, lowing a trip to Alaska, Canada • and the Pacific Coast, the couple As we go to press a benefit will be at home at 1016 Fifth ave., dance is being held at the MerryNew York, after September 1st. Go-Round for the benefit of the athletic fund of the Young Men's Rabbi and Mrs. Julius Washer j Hebrew Association. The arrangej ported that $238.50 had been realand son left for a visit to their \ ments are in charge of Nathan ized, even though the event had to She will reat the end of six weeks by way of New Orleans, La. Miss Ida Cole left Sunday for California, where she will be married to Sam Himelfarb on July 5th in Los Angeles. Miss Cole has been in Miami seven years, coming from Boston. The wedding will take place at the home of the bridegroom's parents. • A meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau was held last Monday at the Southern Cafeteria. Mrs. R. R. Adler, chairman of the annual picnic, rebrother in Louisville, Ky., and from Blumberg and a committee, there will go to New York City, I • where they will spend some time. Announcement is made in these columns of the opening of the Trail Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiner and Kosher Market, operated by Mr. daughter, Barbara, and a party of Hyman Farber, well known in this friends motored to Orlando, Lake city. Rabbi David Klein, well Wales and other parts of Central known shoched of Miami and Miami Western Florida last week-end. ami Beach, is the shoched who will I be in charge of the market and Mrs. Mary Schrebnick, pioneer will slaughter for the shop. The I which will be made bits an Afghan Jewish resident and communal finest of fresh killed kosher poulby Mrs. M. L. Marcus and then worker of West Palm Beach and try, Western beef, lamb and veal sold for the benefit of the Welfare daughter, Bather, spent several and local meats will be provided j Bureau. days in Miami as the guest of Mr. for the customers at very reason. ., and Mrs. J. Louis Shochet. al ,le prices. As an introductory of,,,„„„ f|)| ^ annua pk nk Qf fer a half dozen eggs will be given Beth „ avi(| sisternoodi whj( h wV] more be held Sunday, July 19th, at Ha.[die's Casino, were completed at a be moved suddenly because of the inclement weather. Mrs. Optner, president of the organization, urges that all attend the benefit luncheon at the Southern Cafeteria Monday, Ju.y (ith, beginning at noon. The proceeds will be used for the relief work of the organization. A donation of wool was received from Mrs. Mark Max, Word has been receive* young B. J. Whiteman of Atlanta, than $1.00 tomorrow night. Ga., a grandson Of Mrs. Frances Berner of Miami and Miami Beach, Regular Friday evening services again won national recognition for will be conducted at Kaplan Hall his excellence in violin, when tonight at 8 o'clock, to which the young Whiteman won the state of public is invited. Various lay mem. Georgia championship in the school bers of the congregation will offiof the air contest conducted by the date during the summer. Atlanta Journal. As a result of his victory Whiteman will play an Mr. and Mrs. William Friedman engagement at the Radio City muand son, Milton, will reside at the Sic hall on July 9th. Young WhiteAlray apartments, 1334 Washingman won recognition last year in a ton ave., Miami Beach, for the similar contest and went to Wash* summer. ington, D. C, where he played in national competition. • Several hundred Miami members of B'nai B'rith met with a large delegation from the Palm Beach lodge of B'nai B'rith last Sunday Junior members of the Young Men's Hebrew Association are planning a program for the meeting at !>:.'t0 p. m., July 0th. Eduardo Hernandez. Cuban consul. meeting of the arrangements committee held Wednesday night at the homc^uf Mrs. Sol Rotfort, president of the Sisterhood. Mrs. J. Bngler is chairman of the picnic arrangements committee, • • An important meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held at the synagogue next Tuesday evening, July 7th, beginning at 8 o'clock. Last week's meeting was postponed because of the inclement weather. Plans for sumI mer work of the organization will be discussed. All members are urged to attend. Word was received here of the death in Detroit last week of Mr. Joseph Braun, brother of Mr. Lewis Biown, prominent communal workwill speak on conditions in Cuba, at the annual picnic sponsored by and Mae Rose will present a group the Miami lodge at Ft. Lauderdale. of dancers. Ice cream, drinks and other re* • freshments were served all the Mr. and Mrs. Max Steinberg anil guests at the picnic by the mem.daughter. Mrs. Alfred R. Elliott of | er of this cit yof the local committee on ar-l Miami Beach, will leave Friday for rangements. During the day athSavannah, Ga., to attend the Mrs. H. H. Fair left last Week letic contests were held between Shoob-Sutker wedding, which will for a visit to her daughter, Mrs. representing their lodges, j take place Sunday evening at the Sylvia Solomon, in Paterson, \". .1. Jewish Alliance. teams West Palm Beach won the ball game, 10 to 4; the tug of war and several other contests. The vicMrs. Fair wil in August. return some time Sun.-Mon., July .".-6 Eddie Cantor Ethel Merman—Sally Bilers STRIKE ME PINK Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Field and son, Joseph, jr., left Friday for AtMr. and Mrs. Bernard Simon, Sun.-Mon., July 5-6 ( laudctte Colbert Fred MacMorray—Robert Young THE BRIDE COMES HOME lanta to attend the marriage of 20h S. \\. Twenty-fourth road, have their son. Stanton -Nathaniel Field, as their guest Mrs. Simon's sister, to Miss Sylvia Joan Kahanow at Mrs. V. (i. Ragone, and her two the home of the bride. The bridenephews, Stanley Kagone and Jegroom attended the Georgia School ,„„,,. (; r is .s, i, on Norfolk, Va. of Technology in Atlanta and the University of Miami. He is now ,, ,. ..... Wlame Miller is ill at her in business in Atlanta. h,..„ inei. vi m ..., home, 1050 N. \\. Sixth St., and ... ,., .... ... would appreciate her friends visitMiss Malvina Weiss will leave j Tuesday for Havana, Mexico City __ Junior Hadassah will begin its new fiscal year with a meeting at the Beth David Talmud Torah Monday evening, July 6th, 1986, at !| AHERN FUNERAL HOME! v FRANCIS AHERN Pies. •' I 1349 West Flayer' Street II ,.. Telephone 2-2211 •' AMBULANCE SERVICE PRIVATE HEBREW LESSONS for beginners or advanced students at reasonable rates. DAVID FREEDMAN 321 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach ii M. L. MARCUS CO. Office Supplies "nd Furniture Desk.. Chairs. Files. I'rinl n;; LOWEST (ASH PRICES) NK. First St. Ph. 2-166] White Oak Leather LADIES' HEELS 15c HALF SOLES 50c ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP 210 N. E. First Avenue Opp. Cortez Hotel 8 o'clock. Mrs. Anne Grossman, newly elected president, will preside and will present her plans for the coming year. ONLY RECOGNIZED RABBIS in the Greater Miami area are members of the Jewish Ministerial Board. They are Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan of Temple Israel, Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom of Beth Jacob, Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David and Rabbi Julius Washer of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. Arrangements win be discussed for the annual midsummer dance to be given some time in August. This dance, which is given each year, is one of the highlights of the summer season. PERSONALS MEN, WOMEN!—WHY STAY' SINGLE? Join America's finest correspondence club, find a life mate and happiness; confidential. An interesting program has been naticn-wide service. For informaarranged for the meeting Monday tion write: HOME CORRESPONDnight, and all members are asked ENCE CLUB. BOX 47. MAYto be present. WOOD, ILLINOIS. Formal frocks for evening i v yet suited to dinner before dark A-Lace, the color of ripening peaches frock for late afternoon weddings and lancing at the club. Size 38 22.75 HI ; a ; ,. and chiffon frock with detachable cape veiling it* riecolletage for dinner-betore-dark. Dawn pink. 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Friday, July 3, 1936 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN wJewislfo FJIonW&in FLORIDA S ONLY .'bNM.HH WUULT PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY by the JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. P. O. Box 2973 Page Three News Tower Bldg. 621 S. W. 15th Avenue Miami, Fla. EDITORIAL OFFICES: Phone 2-5304 Phone 2-1183 J. LOUIS SHOCHET, ditor KKED K. SHOCHET, Circulate. Man.Ker CANTOR BORIS SCI.IAJ VIAN Field Representatn Entered as Moond class matter July 4. 1B30. at the Post Office at Miami under the Act of March 3. 1879. ST. PETERSBURG MRS. ROSE M. RUBIN Representative Floridu, WEST PALM BEACH MRS. M. SCHREBNICK Representative ORLANDO MRS. B. J. COHEN Representative TAMPA MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative SUBSCRIPTION Six Months 1 1.00 On>' Y,ul $2.')0 Friday, July 3, 19S6 Vol. 9—No. 27 "God on Vacation" By AI. SEGAL Dear Mr. Segal: Perhaps you don't know it, but it is a fact that many of our reform temples shut down during the summer. I thought this might offer you a topic: God on Vacation.—A. R. T. month since he has eaten anything but the grass of the field; for grass alone has grown in the field this evil year. If it were not for the joss house Ching Lung would b-.' comfortless altogether. There he speaks plainly to his Rods: "How long must I eat grass like the kine of the field? Grant a good price for my daughter that I may eat." Mrs. I'onsonby feels that the marriage of her daughter to young Richie ZiltZ should make all the difference in the world in her family's fortunes. Who doesn't know MIAMI NOTES Well, yes: It was the summer time and in heaven there was rejoicing. Now, with so many temples closed for vacation, the works ziltzes (the great widget of the universe could be done with i facturing Ziltzes) have flourished less Interruption, though disturb-1 f rom div idend to extra dividend, ancea enough would remain. I The Apostles' Creed has just been By HARRY SCHWARTZ In paraphrasing Mr. Isidor Cohow it has been with the patrician nens suee ch of last Wednesday I Ponsonbys who have been reduced fin,i that he inevitably stressed the to their last million, while the importance of friendships. To me friendship is the whole world's Providing for the Future The grain had to be ripened; the -tars had to be kept marching in their courses; the summer flowers had to be tinted to the fullness of their beauty; the fragrance of the honeysuckle must be prepared. It was, indeed, the busiest time of paradise, unless (as may be argued) spring is the busier time. Spring is the season of preparation and summer the time of fulfillment and whether the preparation is more important than the fulfillment I leave to the theologians to settle. For my part, I say that summer is the busier time in paradise. recited in unison. Mrs. Ponsonby (fortified by the creed) speaks from her heart: "O my Lord, give Thou me success." Old Mr. Blump knows that if Jeep need. Friendship is always mutual. It is not ?njoyed — indeed, it does not exist until it is returned as well as he gets the Second National and K iven As il take., two to quarrel, united it with his own Security il also takes two t0 touch the K ,or v Trust Co., he will have the biggest of friendship. The difference bebank in the city. This would be tween a friend and an acquaintsatisfaction enough, but it would ance is that to one >' l,u P l n vour lie even more satisfying because it nt art an<1 the other >'" u do not would put his old enemy. Mr. Sniffs Friendship is built on respect for (president of the Second National), human personality. The choice of in the palm of his hand, as one friendship is ours when we are might say. lie would have him in tn,own together with our many the palm of his hand and crush tlub members and companions, him. It is the moment of the siWe are blessed and compelled When the grain is being ripened, j lent prayer in his church that Mr. with our relatives, but we choose when the summer flowers are bei Blump has time to think about this our real friends, and the choice we ng tinted, when the fragrance of j and he speaks to God: "O my Lord, make in selectin g our friends evior littleness Perhaps one of (he most vital factors in the preservation of Jewry throughout thousands of years of persecution j the honeysuckle is being made give Thou me strength." He folds dem'es the greatness has been its providing for the future. That provision was nol something of a material nature, but rather one of the soul, of that which is spiritual. We refer to the traditions of Jewry and its system of education, to feed the st were always present. Even today amid the poverty and prayer for vengeance ready, it is, indeed, disturbing to his right hand into a rugged fist. I of tne soul Therefore, friendship be interrupted by Mr. McCarthy's • is a strong and habitual inclination prayer for the success of his real \ ow „n. these prayers ascend to to P romote tne K od ami happiness tstat *heaven with the like prayers of all f l ne B n ther so let us ? et the I say Mr. McCarthy's prayer; pthe world, and the celestial' domes 1 1,it aml derive more h*PP in of There might not have been" bread in the house 1 ut \ i n' c A t0 P' c of vast interest to ,. I %  %  ... daughter; or Mrs. Ponsonby 'a ,-,. s i after thu )nna travail nn th,. each of you will be given. Tell thev know not where their next bite of bread may come I l dIier ini ,n,r g travail on the prayer for a good outcome in her ear th; and they cry out: "There is >our friends they are all welcome campaign to win young Mr. Richie nowhere to run from this tumult to atten d antl participate in th^ evening's offerings. from, though they know not what the morrow may bring them, the teaching of Jewish faith and tradition is carried Ziltz as husband for her daughter; fol th( voice's: from the temples, on. Physically the generation of the present may be snuffel or Mr. Blump's prayer to get the y,, cathedrals, the synagogues and out, but the faith, the tradition will be handed down forever. '" ttt '' of il to the bank me 'ger. tn6 joss nouse fin paradise and 0ne of tne iintst musicaleg ever .. .. ., swallow the music of the spheres, offered by the junior division was In our country, though we are fortunate that the greatThey sit in their sacred edifices The souIs turn to God: 0 Lord | presente(1 Mondav Junt 2!)th at est portion of our people are physically well provided for, we 'i from their hearts their desires jo Lord, have Thou mercy on us the clubrooms. differ from our brethren of the past, and with our Eastern ascend. j wno desire only peace"; but from The Mae Rose School of DaneGod they learn His ineffable paI ing pupils entertained for the large tience. Though this tumult is dis, crowd, assisted by Mr. Jack Thursturbing enough, though Mr. Mc! ton of station WQAM, who as n Carthy's real estate, Mr. Levine's pianist has few that surpass him. clearance rale, Mustafa Abib's deBob Lear, also of the same radio sire for vengeance, Ching Lung's station, crooned himself into the daughter, Mrs. Ponsonby's ambiI hearts of the audience by his fine tions, Mr. Blump's bank merger are rendition of popular songs. irritations enough where there iThe Miami Awning Company is European brethren of today in that we face a moral, a spir-1 Mr. McCarthy considers that this itual starvation. B'nai B'rith, realizing this fact, has for the i J"st the occasion to enlist God past thirteen years in its limited way tried to prevent this. in his side in the matter of his It has realized the fact that the college youth of today, the | real estate. Who doesn't know loy and girl who are being given a higher education, will be how difficult it has been to colof no value to their pi op e or even to themselves unless they lect rent? Mr. McCarthy's tenants can also be given an insight into the traditions of their people sa >' : "Mr. McCarthy, you might as and be made to realize th> secret of their existence. B'nai well try to squeeze blood out of a B'rith, realizing this fact, has, through its Hillel Foundation, turnip." But in the church Mr. set itself the goal of preventing a moral debacle, and of utilizMcCarthy has the comfort of apB0 mucn to be done in the universe, ing the college youth as the bulwark of our people for toP eal: "Oh, Lord God, Thou knowtne L ord smiles. He smiles and sponsoring a volley ball team conmorrow. Wherever the Hillel Foundation has been estab*st how it is with my affairs." the illumination of His smile falls sisting of members of the Y. W. lished there has been a remarkable though not unexpected Mr. Levine has staked everything upo n the grain and ripens it. H. A. Last Monday night they response on the part of the College boy and girl. Even nonn the clearance sale. The credS o when it becomes known that played their first game against the Jewish boys and girls have availed themselves of Hillel facilI* 0 !" hav<; been pressing hard ... many of the temples have been Florida Pipe Co. and lost by scores ities and this has brought about a spirit of good will and Ml ". Levine, you've just got to c (lse d for the summer there is of 15 to 2 and 15 to 10. Members amity that will resu't in the elimination of anti-Semitism in' t omc through." But if this gladness among the souls and the of the team are Mrs. Barney Kraft, this country to a great extent. clearance tale ia good Mr. Levine effulgence of the patient smile Clarice Shier, Frances Tobias, ,_,,.. __,„ ,_ ... i w i be abl< t0 ^y everybody, of God increases. In Florida, the Hillel Foundation has not yet been justiTherefore, in the synagogue, when i And the souls sav t() „ IU an fied because of the smaller Jewish attendance at the state i he has just finished proclaiming other: colleges to establish its institutions. However, under the| t he Sh'ma, Mr. Levine's heart "It is good! It is good'" direction of Mr. Hyman S. Jacobs, first vice-president of the ] s j K hs: "And, 0 Lord, King of the .. A bit of ,. e i icf ;„ tht lumu i t of district grand lodge, p!ans are now being laid for the estab-j Universe, consider my creditors t h e voices of desire" lishment of a Jewish students' union at the University of | w h, pursue me." And they assemble to sinFlorida in Gainesville. Cultural work to imbue the students In the meantime, the muezzin psaln s of praise and to put spucia i; meeting> TuesdaVi July 7th Plans With Jewish traditions and ideals Will be fostered and every having just called. Mustafa Abib blessings on the temples that have have been made "for a full evening effort to bring the beauty of the Jewish faith home to our la kne eling before Allah addressbeen closed for the summer time of actlvit Join now own boys will be made. Florida lodges have named commitfog him concerning the son of a I "Now," they say, "the good Lord dog, Nadir Kamil, who only yesGod will be the less disturbed in Sherrill, Defender of Nazi OlymBarbara Cohen, Ethel Diamond and Betty Tobias. In inaugurating a drive for new members the Y. W. H. A. is having each of its present members bring a member to next week's tees which will meet within the next few weeks to complete :>lans and to raise funds to carry on this work. If the Jewry of this area wants to do a worth while thing, their opportunity is now at hand. B'nai B'rith will welcome every assistance that can be given them. It wants Florida Jewry to realize that it is not a narrow institution, i. iday took from him his wife ... the doing of His great works." "Let the sores cover his carcass and And one of them (he is either let the blood of his life flow from Abraham, Isaac or Jacob) arises: his mouth and let his eyes be balls "My friends, let us make a good of fire burning forever in his head w j„h for the rabbis who closed their ways pics. Dies centered on garnering the glory, but that all Jewrv is urged nd !"!" r } et him ,, l io ln -"'" that ( hei. temples and go nust be done if a' fl "'tion may be everlasting, for the summer." to partake and help to establish that which m we are to carry on the work of preserving our faith and tra ditions in the future. Join the forces that are working for the preservation of our very own. For his daughter, Ching Lung With one heart they wish the I.as been offered only two yen. rabbis good raises of their salwhereas he knows full well that aries. she is worth four, considering his (Copyright, 1986, by Seven Arts great need. Aye. it is already a Feature Syndicate) Paris (UXS) —General Charles H. Sherrill, one of the three American members of the International Olympic Committee, who created a sensation last year with his warning to American Jewry that they were facing an anti-Semitic wave because of their agitation in behalf of the German Jews, died hero suddenly at the age of 69.



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Page Fur THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday. July 3, 193-3 STATEWIDE NEWS Tampa Notes Mr. and Mrs. William Bass of 2911 Central ave., entertained relatives and their friends at a dinner and reception in observance of their tenth anniversary at Billie Carrington's Sunday evening, June \ 20th. The 1 tables were arranged \ in banquet style and bowls of roses, "*q-as and other kinds of spring _-i i r l /\ l l "VT flowers ue,v usei for decoration West ralm beach Orlando Notes on the table-. Rabbi Adolph Bur. T^T a get gave a toast to the guests of INOteS Officers and members of ronhoaor and Mr. Isidore Davis acted gregation Ohev Sholem tendered a as • lastmaster for the evening. Last Monday night quite a large farewell party to Mr. and Mrs. Talkwere given by Mr. Roscoe number of members of Palm Beach Morris Levine Wednesday evening! Marsicano, Mr. Don MacMullen, Lodge of B'nai B'rith attended a They are planning to leave for Tel Dr. L. s. Oppenheimer, Mrs. I. meeting and dance at the Monterey Aviv Palestine, within the next Liebman, Mrs. William Bass, Mrs. Hotel. Guest of honor was Mr. ,-,. w (j „ vs Tributes of appreciaMiss Beatrice Grus and Irving A. R. Berger, Dr. Lebos, Mr. M. Hyman S. Jacobs of Atlanta. Ga., ilin tor tne BeP vices Mr and Mrs S: "' ks ""'" leave s on f '"' ( '""'"'''tHaimovitz, Mr.-. I. Segall, Mrs. B. first vice-president of the district Levine hav Kiven ,„ the Jewigh icut. Haimovitz, Mr. B. .1. Finman. Mrs. grand lodge, who formally author( >llimunitv „,Orlando during their Jacob Wiltnci and Mrs. M. II. Kisler. ROBBINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL WORKS Responsible Roofers Since 1919 Inspection and Estimates Free 222 N. W. 26th St. Phone 2-370.'. Daytona Beach Notes Miss Ethel Nelson will leave early next week for a visit in New York City. >;* '.; Cn sang %  zed the induction of the newly many V( al s ,,,residence ,„.,.,. were Formed Ladies' Auxiliary of the paid by Rabbi w u w/ittenstein, lodge. Mrs. S.d Birnbaum, tempo. ,; aMli R Saflll Friedman. Sol i-ary president of the Udies' AuxWit tenstein, Hv Roth, Harry Kanliary, spoke briefly during the evelu ,, „ UI Wolly aml B j Cohl n ning. Mr. Nathan Adelman. first Mrs H( n Sa ( m „„ ,„,. si k ., lt „,,,„, the Miami B'nai Ladieg Auxi i ia ,. v .,„,, Mrs Xat man spoke briefly about Mr. e's contribution to Dancing continued until l a. m. and Mr. and Mrs. Bass received a r of telegrams and a .ablemam from Mrs. Bass's sister, who in Roumania. They were the recipients of B'rith lodge, delivered an interesto~Z Miss Marian Levey returned this week from a two weeks' visit in Chicago. J MisJeannette Ossinsky of Jacksonville is visiting Mr. and Mrs. William Sirkin. man;, beautiful gifts. Mr. Bass presented his wife with a diamond • during the evening and Mr. Bass presented her husband der and stressed the with a wrist watch. %  ani/.at ion of a Jewish Students Union at the University of Florida. Rabbi Adolph Burger of Rodoph Reports of the activity of the lodge %  m Temple has left the city were fead during the meeting, witb .,„ engraved gold watcn an on his vacation and is on his way over wh,cn Mr Charles Wax. presto Philadelphia and New York, lie i 1 1 "'' tne ln,l >r< 'presided. Others is planning t.. attend the Zionist who spoke during the evening were ing address ,„, the work of the or.,„,, M|> | j( vilu v contribution to M'< Sadie Markovitz of Asheder. Mr. Jacobs as the guest of lh; con g r eg a tion. Mrs. Salomon ville is visiting Mr. and Mrs, Jack honor spoke of the work of the ora lu ( |osi „,|R .,. ,. tlIJllll ks ,,,.,.. Goldstein. .', |, ,'" I '.'! S1 '! 1 '."'" Bented Mrs Levin with a beauti-| ful fitted leather traveling case. B. J. Cohen, president of the congregation, presented Mr. Levine Mr. and Mrs, Isadore MoscovitZ Of Jacksonville arc spending several days here. MINGLE ACKSONVILLE FLORIDA CHARLIE GRINER. 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A meeting of the Students' Union committee was held and plans for co-operation with a statewide organization were adopted. chain, A buffet supper was served by the Ladies' Auxiliary. The fol. lowing committee was in charge of arrangements and refreshments: Mrs. B. Salomon, president of the Ladies' Auxiliary: Mrs. B. Safer, Mrs. I.. Leiberman, Mrs. II. LeiberMarian Levey, man. Mrs. Harry Kanner and Mrs. w ls played. i.. Frankel. I Mr. and Mrs. Kessler of l.eesburg are staying at the home of Mr. and Mis. Louis E. Goldman. 'COME IN AND SEE THE 1936 NORGE" The Progressive Club met Tuesday night at the home % %  ( Miss president. Bridge Mis. Hortense Leopold, who has been residing with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. I.. S. Oppenheimer. Ids Crescent Place, was .ailed to Montgom iry, Ala., recently by the deatn of Mr. Joseph llasa, son of her %  Mr-. A. M. Haas. stein of Orlando and Mr. \. Myers of Lakeland. Those being initiated at thin week in West Palm Beach meeting wen Mr. Sol Halizer, Mi. business trip. S. Simovitz, Mr. A. Pollick, Mr. Schoenborn and Mr. Kd Sherman. whose marriage was an event of MisElaine Klepper returned Sunday in Montgomery, Ala., ime after an enjoyable visit in j stopped here briefly yesterday en route to Miami and Other points Jacksonville. Mr. M. Baker spent the past on a in South Florida on their wedding trip. MisKmilie Winston arrived Thursday night from New York to spend a fortnight with relatives in Tampa. Miss Winsten is the guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Maas. Percy w. Zacharias and Barney I Witten left by motor Friday for and Atlanta, where they were among Refreshments, constating of ice daughter returned from Miami cream and cake, were served. Mrs. George Silveratein returned I' after a month's visit. Mrs. Rose Davidov and children Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ottenberg are of Lakeland are spending a month home again after a month's visit at Clearwater Beach. in New York City. Mrs. Herman Arnnovitz entertained with a surprise misrellai: i shower in honor of her niece. Miss Rosalie (iuterman, whose Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Safer. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Haimovitz, Mrs. I,. Friedman and Mr. M. Friedman left by motor last week for New York visit relathe guests at a reception Saturday night by Mrs. j. \. Hirsch honoring her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Davis Hirsch, who have returned from their honeymoon to Atlanta, where they will reside. appropriate niusica Y. M. H. A. NOTES On Sunday evening, July 5th, at 8 o'clock, an Independence Day celebration will he held in the au. marriage will take place the earlv ditorium of the Y. M. II. A. Judge C,t Vl wnere tne y wi par, of July. M. Henry Cohen will deliver the VM for ,wo weeks Bowls of roses were arranged in %  ration and the living and dining rooms at van. number tage points. Mrs. George Ichill Riam wi gave two piano selections and Mrs. ,0 'he J. D. Rosenthal entertained the his sound apparatus. This affair er *' guests with songs. "ill be free to members and their. The hostess served dainty refriends. freshmenta, consisting of ices and The magic show given by the cakes, carrying Mr. and Mrs. Abe Senter of Montgomery, Ala., announce the marriage of their daughter, Celia, to Leo Berinhont, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Berinhout of Jacksonville, Sunday afternoon, June 21st, is will be rendered. The proKn PhiH P Mai"" of New j j n the ballroom of the Agudath Isivill be followed by dancing !" ^J!*• N ?formell >Miss J ,-ael Congregation in Montgomery music of Ed Sherman and uth Holly of thls c,tv ,s visiting Rabbi Blachslager performed the George weeks. Wolly. for several ceremonv. Mrs. I. Becker and two children cakes, carrying out a pink and "Tampa Tricksters" on Sunday, r Z A O! TT !" green C %  scheme. She was asJune 28th, was highly successful. ,",>'" o T£ ^"'^ sisted in serving by Mrs. J. MilchThe audience was enthralled by the n:ivt : R< ''" '"' %  their summer vacation. Jacksonville News man, the bride-elect's mother, Mrs. fascinating demonstration of leger. X. N'euwirth, and Mrs. Nathan demain given by the three magiLutz. About .",.", guests were piescians present, Messrs. Hamilton, Cortes and Taylor. Roy Jenkins rendered a tenor solo and little Miss Mrs. E. Katz and her daughter Louise Olver sang and danced. of Terre Haute, Ind., are'the guests The calendar of event[ 0 r the [r. and Mrs. Adolph Katz, and Coming week follows: are ipending a month at ClearwaSunday-Independence Day eel,.'','"' Beach. ebration and dance. '. Monday-Eve of Fast of 17th t' !" begB at "' a m and The B'nai B'rith lodge of Tampa Day of Tamuz. hroughout the day. with held its monthly meeting ThursThe Jacksonville Beach pier was the scene of one of the most enjoyable affairs of the summer season Wednesday evening, when a dance sponsored by the Senior Haj ilassah chapter was held. Mrs. Perry Kantor, chairman of I this affair, was assisted by Mrs. Sam Witten a.... chairman. i t 11 Mls "• "• Lasarow was in A full day ,. enjoyment was ex(haltr( „ f refreshments. Mrs Ik" pcrienced Sunday by ,.,„se attendWi,,,,, u ,, s u Ht chairman %  Never before have we been able to offer you such amazing values. Norge — proved by every test, approved by every owner, is now improved in every part. New beauty, new conveniences, new features, even higher efficiency of operation make the 19 36 Norge the outstanding Rollator Refrigerator of all time. Come in. 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Friday, July 3, 1936 THE JEWISH Fl.ORIDIAN Oithe Page Fiv West Palm Beach Notes rium of Congregation B'nai Israel. IS The outstanding comedy hit, "Strike Me Pink," Eddie Cantor's sixth annual screen musical for Samuel Goldwyn, comes to the Tivoli Theatre next Sunday and Monday, with Ethel Merman, Sally Eilers, Parkyakarkus, the Greek dialectician of radio fame, William Frawley and the loveliest Goldwyn girls ever aidingand abetting the proceedings. Ethel Merman is grand and puts over some of the film's smash HarThe Beth Israel study group will be held Wednesday night at the home of Dr. B. B. Blicher with Dr. Herman leading the discussion. Attorney I.ou Schonbroun and his family from Tampa spent the week-end with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. L. Leon Huliezer. Beth Israel Sisterhood had its semi-monthly luncheon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cyman Argintar. A delicious Italian dniner was served. There was an unusual attendance. The dinner was followed by cards. Miss Irene Jacobs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Jacobs, returned from an extensive trip north. While in South Bend, Ind., she was the jou-st of Mr. and Mrs. Sandock and their daughter, Louise. The United Jewish Welfare Bureau held its regular monthly meeting at the office of Dr. Blicher, with all board members present. Reports of various standing committees were jriven, and matters of importance were transacted. St. Petersburg Notes Mr. and Mrs. Sam Shapiro returned from a trip to the north, visiting their children. Mr. Arnold Jacobs left Monday for Miami, where he will spend a few weeks with his sister, Miss An. nabel Jacobs. old Arlen-Lew Brown song hits in her inimitable style. You'll be hearing plenty of "First You Have Me High, Then You Have Me Low," "Shake It Off," "The Calabash Pipe" and "The Lady Dances." -ally Eilers is a delight as Claribel. Parkyakarkus helps p;ddie keep his audience in the aisles as his numb-skulled bodyguard and William Frawley is swell in another of his familiar hard-boiled roles. Helen Lowell, Gordon Jones. Brian Donlevy, Jack LaRue, SuiUlie O'Dea and Edward Brophy also shine. Mr. and Mrs. R. Tanenbaum celebrated their ninth wedding anniversary last Monday night in the presence of the entire organization of the Judaic Council, who had a supper and dance in the auditoformer man of wealth who has fallen on evil days. The two of them are down to a diet of beans as the story opens, and Miss Colbert decides it is time she went to work. Miss Hazel Abrams spent the week-end in Tampa as the guest of her brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Al Weiss. The World's Window (Continued from Page 1) which are not true. Indeed, to say that the accusation* are not irue is to understate the case. They are fantastic; they are crazy. They could not be tiue of any group of human beings. They could not characterize ar.f group of human beings. People are not like that. Neither Jew nor Hun, neither Gypsy nor Parseo. The picture of the Jew which has i enflamed the rabble for ages and enflames the rabble still is a picture that has no relation to the Jew or any other human being. It is not the picture of a human being. It is the picture of a demon created by the myth-making faculty of frightened and inferior men. Of sub-men, as the Nazis say. The Jews, as they really are, history and present situation, character and hope, virtues and failings, are totally unknown—as unknown by the vast majority of Gentiles as I thoujrh they lived on another planiet. All knowledge of them is as a rule rejected by the barbarian mind because of the anterior infection of that mind by the Jewish myth. Knowledge concerning the Jewish people does not reach the mark, does not pierce through to mind or heurt; it meets the resistance of the anterior myth. • • • In l!)ul Hei rich Count Coudenhove-Kalergi, an Austrian aristocrat, scholar and diplomat of the l.i^hest intellectual distinction, wrote a book, "Das Wesen des Antisemitismus" ("The Character of Antisemitism") in which the entire anti-Jewish myth from tiquity on with all its fantasies and accusations, is definitely exploded. His conclusions belong to another age than ours. But his defense of the Jews is historically and scientifically complete. His book was (Continued on Page <",) INVISIBLE GLASS The first installfUios of "Invisible Glass" in the South has been made in— B U 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 displaywindow designs—this installation is being made by BINSWANGER & CO. 1212N.E. Second Ave. S. H. 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Pag a Six THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Friday, July :5, 1986 The World's Window (Continui'd from Page r >> reissued in 1922 by his accomplished son, Richard N. C iudenhove-Calergi, and brought up t • date. There is evidence thai I idenhove's work had a verj wide cir< jlalion. It did no g >od. I No foulness ilandi and n i \ % % %  %  : by it. i h mob mind is ssible t" facts about .1 ish people, It dwells in av. in hugging nu that I have said here is Nothing that 1 have said I but has been said a thousand times. The nu *tion is: has it been heart'.' Ii:ii' been thor. jhlj underst i'.' Is it clear to every intelligent Jew in the world and is he ready to draw some ;>' least of the inevitable conclusions? What are these conclusionsV All the "idcr methods of defense and enlightenment as practiced by both Jew and Christian have failed. Let it not be forgotten that there was even in Germany an all Christian (ici man League to Combat Antisemitism and that the Ligue International Contre L'Antisemitisme is functioning still. Yet when 1 was polite to 11. C Wells for becoming president of that league hi' answered me in his snippiest Brit ish manner: "It isn't because I like the lews, hut I'm for humanity." All the old methods have failed. Th • myth remains. Because the myth remains the entire pseudomodern theory of history needs re-thinking. But that is another story. What is obvious is this, that the Jewish people, the whole Jewish people, the undivided and integrated .Jewish people must at last go to mankind to all mankind to the representative councils of the nations through the Jewish Agi and through the World Congres and through any an I every "the organon and openly proclaim J ilness of the myth and open : demand redress and openly demand not only Palestine and Trans-jordania hut. it' need be, other territories, and insistently and tirelessly stab and pierce all con sciences in the world that still hav • i semblance of human c >nsciences. But we can do that only as one undivided people with a united front in all the lands of eai ALVIN WALDER Invites You to the AUTO RADIO SALES & SERVICE 1233 N. E. 2ND AVE. A complete li: Auto and li RADIOS Easy Terms Small Down Payments WHITE BELT DAIRY Milk and Dairy Products from our certified government tested herds assures you of a safe miik supply. Phone Edgewater 1686 London (WNS)Benjamin N. Carversity of London at its centenary dozo. justice of the United States exercises Justice Cardozo reSupreme Court, and Professor Alceived the degree of docto of law bert Einstein received honorary and Dr. E.nste.n that of doctor of degree! in absentia from the Uniscience. 3o Summet C\7acationlands SUMMER^ Via SEABOARD COOLCLEAN-QUIET COMPLETELY AIRCONDITIONED TRAIN! One of the most important projects I of the American Jewish Joint Distn-' bulion Committee is that one fostering Hebrew cultural education amonc Jewish children and youths. Depicted herewith is a scene in a talmud torah. one of the hundreds thai receive j grants of funds (rom the J.D.C. Since 1921. the American Jewish | Joint Distribution Committee, through its Committee on Cultural Affairs, of which Dr. Cyrus Adler. B resident of Dropsie College for lebrew and Cognate Learning is chairman, has expended $4,000,000 in support of institutions of Hebrew and religious learning in Poland, Austria, Hungary. Roumania, Latvia, Lithuania, Bessarabia, Sub-Carpathia and other East European territories. In 1935 alone, through Dr. Adlcr's cultural committee, the J.D.C.expended $100,000 for the talmud torahs, Yeshivoths and Tarbut schools of Eastern Europe. Due to the poor economic condition of Jews and the growing restrictions against large attendance of Jewish students in the elementary and high schools of these various countries, there is an increasing number of Jewish youths who have no other means of obtaining an education except through these religious schools. For this reason greater grants to these schools to enable them to continue to care for their increasing student loads must be made this year These same conditions make it also imperative that Jewish schools of the secular type be increased in these countries. To continue this type ot education which in the past has made possible the education ol tens of thousands of Jewish youths, increased grants must be made by the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee. The Joint Distribution Committee is the major American organization doing this and other types of rehabilitative work in. behalf of Jews in Poland and Eastern Europe. Of the $3,500,000 quota to be raised this 1 year, $1,150,000 is to be devoted to rehabilitating the Jews of Poland and Eastern Europe. Example* of round trip summer excursion lares on sale daily. Return limit October 31st. Good In Pullman cars upon payment ot Pullman charges. Boston, Mass $85.21 I lii.(i. Ill 172.40 Dallas, Tnu S6S.N5 Denver. Colo StS.40 Los Angeles. Calif 1127.25 New York. N. Y 171.35 Niagara Falls. N. Y $85.35 San Francisco. Calif S127.25 Seattle, Wash I14I.3S Yellowstone Park. Wyo 1121.81 FOR RETURN LIMITS CONSULT TICKET AGENTS Similar low fares to all other points, jwer 15 day round-trip (ares. 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wJewish IFIIondliiai in
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Vol. 9No. 27
Combining Tit) JheWUSlh lUintity
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1936
Price Five Cunts
The World's Palestine Deaths Council Urged as Secular Judaism Jabotinsky Is
Window Near Two Hundred Jewish Spokesman h Denounced Offered Post
"MEDITATION"
Jerusalem (WNS-Falcor Agency) i
With the completion of 10 weeks of
| disorder in Palestine, with vio-'
lence and destruction taking on
I new and more drastic forms, the i
toll of deaths caused by the disor-
ders, directly and indirectly, rosj
toward the 200 mark as another
| Arab was killed during a clash
--------- with troops in the Nabius district.
Reading Marvin Lowenthal's ex- "6 was the 145th Arab known to convention. The committee was in-
celknt book, "The Jews of Ger- have been slain by troops and po- structed to report at the next con-
By LIDWIG I.EWISOHN
Thlfl column is copyrighted by
the Seven Arts Feature Syndi-
cate. Reproduction in whole or in
part is strictly forbidden. Any
infringement on this copyright
will be prosecuted.
Cape May, N. .1. (WNS) -A spe-
cial committee to study the impli-
cations concerned in making the
Synagogue Council of America the
representative body of American
By N. C. J. C. NEWS SERVICE New V,"'k (WNS)That Dr.
Cape May, N. J.Jewish activ- Chaim Weizmarin, president of the
ities which "flout religion and Jewish Agency; David Ben Gurion,
fluunt secularism" were sharply head of the ncy'a political de-
criticized by Rabbi Felix A. Lew Partment, and Pinchas Rutenbere..
of Chicago, president of the Central head of the Palestine Electric Cor-
Jewry was appointed by the Cen- Conference of American Rabbis, at Porat'on. agreed to invite Vladimir
.tral Conference of American Rab- the opening of the -17th convention j Jat>otinsky. Zionist Revisionist
bis at the close of its 47th annual : of the conference, the largest rab- ehjef- t0 assumt' fu" ^arge of the
binical body in the world. political department of the World
Zionist Organization is asserted in
"Jews are fundamentally a reli- an article appearing in the July-
many," tempted me to browse ""' There are believed to oe a vention. The conference also named gious folk," Rabbi Levy said in his August issue of "World Jewry.'
among my books and to turn the number of dead in the hillside a special committee to confer with presidential address, "and hence organ of the American New Zion-
pages at least of a good many, caves which were raked by mili- leaders of the United Palestine Ap- the havoc of general secularization ist Organization, it is stated in a
And so in the many passages ex- lal>' machine guns in battles with I peal and the Joint Distribution has been particularly fatal to them, publicity release sent out by this
cerpted from Greek and Latin au- Arab terrorists. The number of Committee to compose their differ- Lodge Judaism, despite the reli-j revisionist group.
thors by the late Theodore Rei- Jewish deaths c:>used by Arabs \s ences, which the conference de-jgious ritual of initiation and syn- The release describes a meeting
nach and in the writings of the thirty-six. plored. agogue affiliation of a portion, of the Vaad Leumi at Tel Aviv in
so-called fathers of the church and Military forces in Palestine were Resolutions adopted by the con- large or small, of the membership, ; May at which, "among others, Dr.
in medaeval chronicle and again in increased with the arrival of the ferenee celled for encouraging the is no substitute for Jewish religious I Chaim Weizmann, Haskell, the
certain writings of the Protestant Eighth Hussars, a mechanized de- study and use of tm, Hebrew Ian- life. No fraternal ordor can speak South African; Suorasky, Pinchas
reformers and finally in many, 1-ichment from Egypt. The number Kuajrl, in an congregations and re-j for Israel and thus take a privi-
many modern pages I found itc-r- | ()I Jewish supernumerary police- ijKj0US schools, emphasizing reli- I lege that belongs to the synagogue
ated and reiterated the same ae- ; men armed with rifles who are in Kjon as opposed to secularism as | alone. Philanthropic Judaism will
cusations against the Jewish peo- the Palestine government defense ,.entral to the soul of Israel, ex- soon be emptied of all Jewish con-
pie which Lowenthal describes and forces was raised to the record pressed heartfelt sympathy through tent if the synagogue does not take
enumerates in their various forms high of 1,800 as the result of an y,e .jt.wjsr. Agency to those be-'control and show leadership.
over a period of one thousand agre ment between the government reaVed by the Palestine riots and ]
years in the lands of German : "'"1 the Jewish Agency for Pal. s- -Hde at the fine spirit of restraint t,. AS'abblS r We haVe tolerated
speech. ^ine. which had requested 2,500 ,., calm which has characterized th,S,S'tUat'0n far l lon* and we
must insist, even though it may
cost us contributions and loss of
way from the accusation of Athe-1 drastic fine imposed upon any Arab I objection to the policy of anv sk'lled social workers, that no one
since th,. Hiun-Her* L._\. _..._.. .*_,,: ./ *u- ..'.. who is not synagogue-minded and
It is almost needless to go over armed Jewish guards to protect va- ; ln great mass of Palestine Jewry
these accusations. They go all the 'ious Jewish colonies. The most (.;u jng tn(. (.risis; voiced religious
Btate which strikes at the very
Rutenberg and Ben Gurion partic-
ipated." Rutenberg is quoted as
having protested against "the help-
lessness as well as the inefficiency
of the political representatives of
the World Zionist Organization."
The story then goes on to say that
Rutenberg demanded that Jabot-
insky be drafted to take charge of
the situation, that Haskell com-
municated with Jabotinsky by
phone in London and that Jabotin-
sky agreed to accept provided the
political department of the Zionist
Organization he turned over to his
group.
This publicity release is not
ism to that of devil worship; from community since the disorders,.
the charge of piercing the wafer in started was levied on I.ydda, which lacti,(. of religion, this stricture "*"" !" PeU*ln has *?rig**
the Eucharist and using Christian was ordered to pay $25,000 because apl,|vinK specifically to the treat- \? *ny P*ltlon of responsibility in
blood for matzoth to the charge of ; some of its residents had partici- ment of Catholics in Mexico; and Jewisn community,
deliberately debasing Christian civ- pated in shooting at railway trains approvl,(| a resolution passed by the Secular Judaism, Rabbi Levy de-
ilization and using civic rights for ana" damaging communications. National Federation of Temple clared, "is contrary to the spirit of taken seriously in authoritative
the attainment of world suprem- The government ot Transjordan, Brotherhoods disapproving gam- a people that has chosen to know Zionist circles in New York, the
acy; from the poisoning of wells headed by Emir Abdullah, has pub- i bling in any form at events con- God and to be known by Him." He Worldwide News Service was in-
to the poisoning of culture; .rom lished a categorical denial that i ducted under the auspices of the warned rabbis to "refuse to lend formed. No official or unofficial
the charge of having ereal.-d fi- j there is any plan or intention on federation or synagogal organiza- ourselves to any Jewish cause* information from reliable sources
nance capita.ism to the char.re of the part of any Transjordanians to tions of any kind,
the sole origination or Bj.s.u.ism. [conduct an armed march on Pales-
According to these aciusa.ions the I tine. The government also denied
Jew is godless anJ .ana...a iy reli. I rumors that Crown Prince Tala!
gious, insolent and servile, loo rich had thought of marching on Pal-
and too pooi, too giited to jom-'estine at the head of a band of
pete with and too sterile to make armed men, but had not been per- | pau] treasurer; Rabbi Samuel M.
his competition count. The list of mitted to do so. A spokesman for | qu 0f Columbus, corresponding
accusations could be indefinitely the Palestine government charae- sec,etary, and Rabbi Isaac E. Mar-
Dr. Felix A. Levy of Chicago was
ic-elected president. Other offi-
cers re-elected were: Dr. Max O.
Currick of Erie, Pa., vice-president;
Rabbi Harry S. Margolis of St.
extended from the wuiiass of an-
tiquity, of medaeval and of mod-
ern times, of all Islam and of all
Christendom. And the accusations
terized as "utter nonsense" the
rumor spread abroad of an armed
march on Palestine, declaring that
there are no indications of any such
would have amid all their insane rising and that Transjordan is well
variety and mutual contradictor!-
ness one thing in common: they are
not true.
It will be said that other human
groups have been subjected to
cuson of Macon, Ga., recording sec-
retary. New members of the ex-
ecutive board elected include Rab-
bis Morton M. Berman, New York;
Philip S. Bernstein, Rochester;
Brill, Shreveport; Alvin
New Rochelle; Albert G.
Minneapolis, and Samuel
Cincinnati. The Hebrew
Abram
1.ucks,
Minda,
Wohl,
controlled by the royal air force,
with all Jordan passes well
watched.
It is impossible for the Arabs to
live peacefully in Palestine with | Union College Alumni Association
the Jews while the Jewish National nanle(] Dr. Abba II. Silver of Cleve-
vague reproaches. The Scotch are Home policy is maintained by Great ian(j( president; Dr. Joseph Rauch,
-aid to be avaricious and ih.- Irish Britain, it is declared in a state- i Louisville, vice-president; Rabbi i
irresponsible and belligerent. But I ment of Arab policy issued by the Sidney Regner, Reading, I'a., secre-
these charges are not taken seri- Arab Supreme Committee over the tary, anj Rabbi Leon Feuer, To-
ously in the practice of life. No signature of Haj Amin El Hussei- ;et|0 treasurer,
one, at all events, has ever pro- ni, Grand Mufti of Jerusalem. In
posed to expell either the Scotch tended as the Arab answer to the
or the Irish from the family of colonial secretary's speech in tho made after the World war.
that are definitely anti-religious." has reached this country about any
, .. ... such meeting of the Vaad Leumi.
World Predicament Described
He described the world predica--------------------------
ment today as being due to its
"having V-bandoned or neglectaj
basic religious principles and ap-
proaches." Communism and state
totalitarianism, he declared, are
"degenerate forms" in that they
"deny what is at the very heart of
July 7th Set
As Public Fast
Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency)
The Jews of the world are sum-
religion and of morality, spiritual moned to assembie in their syna-
freedom, exercise of choice, the .,
__ ,-, u. ,.' gogues for afternoon prayer on
sanctity of personality. "The re-
ligious man does not believe in sal- | Tuesday- July 7th (17th of Tam-
vation through the state or clas, muz) to call upon God to intercede
war," he said, "even though he may on behalf of the Jews of Palestine
The
insist that poverty be abolished and
exploitation of men cease. When
he cries this challenge he does so
in the name of God, the Father of
all men." lie said that religion
can and must support every en-
deavorsocial justice, peace and
good will et fortsthat tries to
make men's lives richer, fuller and
happier.
Discussing the Palestine situa-
mankind or, as an alternative, to house of commons two weeks ago, Arab supreme committee also takes tion, Rabbi Levy praised the re-
exterminate them. The very sug- the declaration expresses deep re- issue with the approval expressed straint of Palestine Jews in the
because of the disorders which have
ravaged the land during the past
ten weeks, is the summons con-
tained in a proclamation issued by
the chief rabbinate of Tel Aviv.
Copies were dispatched to rabbis in
every part of the world.
July 7th was selected because
the 17th of Tammuz is a sacred
fast day of Jewish history, record-
ng the breaching of the wall of
Jerusalem when it was attacked by
Nebuchadnezzar in 580 B. C. E.
gestion would be considered an in- \ gret that Mr. Armsby-Gore hinted by the colonial secretary of the j face of "Arab animosity and ra- .and the second destruction of Jeru-
stance of wildly insane humor. Yet no change in the political situation restraint exhibited by Palestine pine." "They have been an exam-
groups of men and whole societies I in Palestine as a result of the pics- Jewry. It charges that the Jews pie of Jewish courage and patience,
of men have from a fairly remote ent tactics. started the attacks which initiated in one way, as our brethren in
antiquity on to this fourth decade The Arabs of Palestine do not the disorders in Tel Aviv, the col- Germany and Poland have been in
of the twentieth century passion- believe that the projected royal [ onies and Jaffa. Arab demands i another," he said. He expressed
ately advocated and brutally sought commission will interest itself in for cessation of Jewish immigra-' the hope that the acquisition of
to accomplish either the expulsion all Arab grievances, the statement. tion, restrictions on land sales to Palestine by Jews and their re-
or extermination of the Jewish peo- says, adding that new promises will Jews and the establishment of an maining there "will not be respon-
ple on the basis of accusations be unavailing, since Great Britain | Arab national parliamentary gov- sible for the shedding of one drop
(Continued on Page 5) 'has not carried out the promises eminent are reaffirmed. of Arab blood."
salem by Titus in 70 C. E. The
day is tradtiionally one of fast and
mourning. The appeal for world-
wide prayer is taken as an indica-
tion of the seriousness of develop-
ments in the Palestine situation.
Local synagogues will join in the
worldwide observance, and special
prayers will be recited during the
Mincha service.


Page Two
THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN
Friday, July 8, l'.tffi
(?
el SOCIETY J9
Mrs. Isaac Levin will entertain
at bridge Wednesday, July 8th, at
2 p. m. at the Woman's Club in
honor of Mrs. Hyman S. Jacobs of
Atlanta, Ga. Assisting Mrs. Levin
in entertaining will be Mesdames
Elry Stone, Nathan Adelman and
William Friedman. Among the tories won this year by the Palm \ and Dallas, Texas,
out-of-town guests will be Mrs. Beach lodge make the score for the j turn
Levitan of Atlanta, Ga., Mrs. R. two years the events have been
B. Berman of Columbus, Ga., and held even. A run-off series will
Mrs. L. E. Altschul of Baltimore, be held soon. In charge of ar-
Md.
*
A wedding of national interest
took place in Buffalo, N. Y., Sun-
rangements were Milton Friedman,
who conducted the athletic con-
tests; William Friedman, Nathan
Adelman, Elry Stone, I. Levin and
day, June 28th, when Mrs. Henry Henry Nadelweiss. Guest of honor
Nathan of that city, president of for the event was Mr. Hyman S.
the National Federation of Temple Jacobs of Atlanta, Ga., first vice-
Sisterhoods, was married to Dr. president of District Grand Lodge
Leon L. Watters of New York. Fol- No. 5, which includes Florida,
lowing a trip to Alaska, Canada
and the Pacific Coast, the couple As we go to press a benefit
will be at home at 1016 Fifth ave., dance is being held at the Merry-
New York, after September 1st. Go-Round for the benefit of the
. athletic fund of the Young Men's
Rabbi and Mrs. Julius Washer j Hebrew Association. The arrange- j ported that $238.50 had been real-
and son left for a visit to their \ ments are in charge of Nathan ized, even though the event had to
She will re-
at the end of six weeks by
way of New Orleans, La.
Miss Ida Cole left Sunday for
California, where she will be mar-
ried to Sam Himelfarb on July 5th
in Los Angeles. Miss Cole has
been in Miami seven years, com-
ing from Boston. The wedding will
take place at the home of the bride-
groom's parents.
*
A meeting of the Ladies' Auxil-
iary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau
was held last Monday at the South-
ern Cafeteria. Mrs. R. R. Adler,
chairman of the annual picnic, re-
brother in Louisville, Ky., and from Blumberg and a committee,
there will go to New York City, I .
where they will spend some time. Announcement is made in these
columns of the opening of the Trail
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiner and Kosher Market, operated by Mr.
daughter, Barbara, and a party of Hyman Farber, well known in this
friends motored to Orlando, Lake city. Rabbi David Klein, well
Wales and other parts of Central known shoched of Miami and Mi-
ami Western Florida last week-end. ami Beach, is the shoched who will
I be in charge of the market and
Mrs. Mary Schrebnick, pioneer will slaughter for the shop. The I which will be made bits an Afghan
Jewish resident and communal finest of fresh killed kosher poul- by Mrs. M. L. Marcus and then
worker of West Palm Beach and try, Western beef, lamb and veal sold for the benefit of the Welfare
daughter, Bather, spent several and local meats will be provided j Bureau.
days in Miami as the guest of Mr. for the customers at very reason- .,
and Mrs. J. Louis Shochet. al,le prices. As an introductory of- ,,, f|)|. ^ annua, pk.nk. Qf
fer a half dozen eggs will be given Beth avi(| sisternoodi whj(,h wV]
more be held Sunday, July 19th, at Ha.-
[die's Casino, were completed at a
be moved suddenly because of the
inclement weather. Mrs. Optner,
president of the organization,
urges that all attend the benefit
luncheon at the Southern Cafete-
ria Monday, Ju.y (ith, beginning at
noon. The proceeds will be used
for the relief work of the organi-
zation. A donation of wool was
received from Mrs. Mark Max,
Word has been receive*
young B. J. Whiteman of Atlanta, than $1.00 tomorrow night.
Ga., a grandson Of Mrs. Frances *
Berner of Miami and Miami Beach, Regular Friday evening services
again won national recognition for will be conducted at Kaplan Hall
his excellence in violin, when tonight at 8 o'clock, to which the
young Whiteman won the state of public is invited. Various lay mem.
Georgia championship in the school bers of the congregation will offi-
of the air contest conducted by the date during the summer.
Atlanta Journal. As a result of *
his victory Whiteman will play an Mr. and Mrs. William Friedman
engagement at the Radio City mu- and son, Milton, will reside at the
Sic hall on July 9th. Young White- Alray apartments, 1334 Washing-
man won recognition last year in a ton ave., Miami Beach, for the
similar contest and went to Wash* summer.
ington, D. C, where he played in
national competition.

Several hundred Miami members
of B'nai B'rith met with a large
delegation from the Palm Beach
lodge of B'nai B'rith last Sunday
Junior members of the Young
Men's Hebrew Association are
planning a program for the meet-
ing at !>:.'t0 p. m., July 0th. Ed-
uardo Hernandez. Cuban consul.
meeting of the arrangements com-
mittee held Wednesday night at
the homc^uf Mrs. Sol Rotfort, pres-
ident of the Sisterhood. Mrs. J.
Bngler is chairman of the picnic
arrangements committee,
.
An important meeting of the La-
dies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation will be
held at the synagogue next Tues-
day evening, July 7th, beginning at
8 o'clock. Last week's meeting
was postponed because of the in-
clement weather. Plans for sum-
I mer work of the organization will
be discussed. All members are
urged to attend.
*
Word was received here of the
death in Detroit last week of Mr.
Joseph Braun, brother of Mr. Lewis
Biown, prominent communal work-
will speak on conditions in Cuba,
at the annual picnic sponsored by and Mae Rose will present a group
the Miami lodge at Ft. Lauderdale. of dancers.
Ice cream, drinks and other re-
freshments were served all the Mr. and Mrs. Max Steinberg anil
guests at the picnic by the mem- .daughter. Mrs. Alfred R. Elliott of |er of this city-
of the local committee on ar-l Miami Beach, will leave Friday for *
rangements. During the day ath- Savannah, Ga., to attend the Mrs. H. H. Fair left last Week
letic contests were held between Shoob-Sutker wedding, which will for a visit to her daughter, Mrs.
representing their lodges, j take place Sunday evening at the Sylvia Solomon, in Paterson, \". .1.
Jewish Alliance.
teams
West Palm Beach won the ball
game, 10 to 4; the tug of war and
several other contests. The vic-
Mrs. Fair wil
in August.
return some time

Sun.-Mon., July .".-6
Eddie Cantor
Ethel MermanSally Bilers
STRIKE ME PINK
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Field and
son, Joseph, jr., left Friday for At-
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Simon,
Sun.-Mon., July 5-6
( laudctte Colbert
Fred MacMorrayRobert Young
THE BRIDE COMES HOME
' lanta to attend the marriage of 20h S. \\. Twenty-fourth road, have
their son. Stanton -Nathaniel Field, as their guest Mrs. Simon's sister,
to Miss Sylvia Joan Kahanow at Mrs. V. (i. Ragone, and her two
the home of the bride. The bride- nephews, Stanley Kagone and Je-
groom attended the Georgia School ,,,. (;r,is.s, i,on, Norfolk, Va.
of Technology in Atlanta and the ,
University of Miami. He is now ,, ,........ .....
, W- lame Miller is ill at her
in business in Atlanta. h,.. inei. vi m ..- .,
home, 1050 N. \\. Sixth St., and
... ,., .... ... would appreciate her friends visit-
Miss Malvina Weiss will leave j .
Tuesday for Havana, Mexico City
_____________________________,
______ ______ Junior Hadassah will begin its
new fiscal year with a meeting at
the Beth David Talmud Torah
Monday evening, July 6th, 1986, at
!| AHERN funeral HOME!
v FRANCIS AHERN Pies. '
I 1349 West Flayer' Street II
,.. Telephone 2-2211 '
AMBULANCE SERVICE
PRIVATE HEBREW LESSONS
for beginners or advanced stu-
dents at reasonable rates.
DAVID FREEDMAN
321 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach
ii
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ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP
210 N. E. First Avenue
Opp. Cortez Hotel
8 o'clock. Mrs. Anne Grossman,
newly elected president, will pre-
side and will present her plans for
the coming year.
ONLY RECOGNIZED RABBIS
in the Greater Miami area are
members of the Jewish Minis-
terial Board. They are Rabbi
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan of Temple
Israel, Rabbi David I. Rosen-
bloom of Beth Jacob, Rabbi Max
Shapiro of Beth David and Rabbi
Julius Washer of the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation.
Arrangements win be discussed
for the annual midsummer dance
to be given some time in August.
This dance, which is given each
year, is one of the highlights of
the summer season.
PERSONALS
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Friday, July 3, 19S6
Vol. 9No. 27
"God on Vacation"
By AI. SEGAL
Dear Mr. Segal: Perhaps you
don't know it, but it is a fact that
many of our reform temples shut
down during the summer. I
thought this might offer you a
topic: God on Vacation.A. R. T.
month since he has eaten anything
but the grass of the field; for grass
alone has grown in the field this
evil year. If it were not for the
joss house Ching Lung would b-.'
comfortless altogether. There he
speaks plainly to his Rods: "How
long must I eat grass like the kine
of the field? Grant a good price
for my daughter that I may eat."
Mrs. I'onsonby feels that the
marriage of her daughter to young
Richie ZiltZ should make all the
difference in the world in her fam-
ily's fortunes. Who doesn't know
MIAMI
NOTES
Well, yes: It was the summer
time and in heaven there was re-
joicing. Now, with so many tem-
ples closed for vacation, the works ziltzes (the great widget
of the universe could be done with i facturing Ziltzes) have flourished
less Interruption, though disturb-1 from dividend to extra dividend,
ancea enough would remain. I The Apostles' Creed has just been
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
In paraphrasing Mr. Isidor Co-
how it has been with the patrician nens sueech of last Wednesday I
Ponsonbys who have been reduced fin,i that he inevitably stressed the
to their last million, while the importance of friendships. To me
friendship is the
whole world's
Providing for the Future
The grain had to be ripened; the
-tars had to be kept marching in
their courses; the summer flowers
had to be tinted to the fullness of
their beauty; the fragrance of the
honeysuckle must be prepared.
It was, indeed, the busiest time
of paradise, unless (as may be ar-
gued) spring is the busier time.
Spring is the season of prepara-
tion and summer the time of ful-
fillment and whether the prepara-
tion is more important than the
fulfillment I leave to the theolo-
gians to settle.
For my part, I say that summer
is the busier time in paradise.
recited in unison. Mrs. Ponsonby
(fortified by the creed) speaks
from her heart: "O my Lord, give
Thou me success."
Old Mr. Blump knows that if
Jeep need. Friend-
ship is always
mutual. It is not
?njoyed indeed,
it does not exist
until it is re-
turned as well as
he gets the Second National and Kiven- As il take., two to quarrel,
united it with his own Security il also takes two t0 touch the K,or.v
Trust Co., he will have the biggest of friendship. The difference be-
bank in the city. This would be tween a friend and an acquaint-
satisfaction enough, but it would ance is that to one >'l,u Pl'n vour
lie even more satisfying because it nt'art an<1 the other >'"u do not-
would put his old enemy. Mr. Sniffs Friendship is built on respect for
(president of the Second National), human personality. The choice of
in the palm of his hand, as one friendship is ours when we are
might say. lie would have him in tn,own together with our many
the palm of his hand and crush tlub members and companions,
him. It is the moment of the si- We are blessed and compelled
When the grain is being ripened, j lent prayer in his church that Mr. with our relatives, but we choose
when the summer flowers are be- i Blump has time to think about this our real friends, and the choice we
ng tinted, when the fragrance of j and he speaks to God: "O my Lord, make in selecting our friends evi-
or littleness
Perhaps one of (he most vital factors in the preserva-
tion of Jewry throughout thousands of years of persecution j the honeysuckle is being made give Thou me strength." He folds dem'es the greatness
has been its providing for the future. That provision was
nol something of a material nature, but rather one of the soul,
of that which is spiritual.
We refer to the traditions of Jewry and its system of
education,
to feed the st
were always present. Even today amid the poverty and prayer for vengeance
ready, it is, indeed, disturbing to his right hand into a rugged fist. I of tne soul- Therefore, friendship
be interrupted by Mr. McCarthy's is a strong and habitual inclination
prayer for the success of his real \ow n. these prayers ascend to to Promote tne Kod ami happiness
tstat*- heaven with the like prayers of all "f lne B,nther' so let us ?et the
I say Mr. McCarthy's prayer; pthe world, and the celestial' domes "1"1,it aml derive more h*PPin of
There might not have been" bread in the house 1'ut\in _ ; vine s prayer lor the success ot nu i ih num-i. of hn-ivi.ii w *h.itt,.v starving, but the Torah. the teaching of Israel, clea,.anc(. Bale. or Mu8tafa Abil,a ^f^ceZ^T^' Mr.
Eduardo Hernandez, Cuban
his en- I a ia ,.asv enougb to fancy with consul in Miami, will address the
squalor that exist in Poland and other portions of Eastern emy; or Ching Lungs prayer for j wnat pam ajj this falls p0n th(. junior division members Monday,
Europe among so many of our unfortunate brethren, though a K""li Price in the sale of his souls that have come to heaven to Jul>' c- A t0P'c of vast interest to
,. I ... daughter; or Mrs. Ponsonby 'a ,-,.si after thu )nna travail nn th,. each of you will be given. Tell
thev know not where their next bite of bread may come I l dIier ini ",n,r
g travail on the
prayer for a good outcome in her earth; and they cry out: "There is >our friends they are all welcome
campaign to win young Mr. Richie nowhere to run from this tumult to attend antl participate in th^
evening's offerings.
from, though they know not what the morrow may bring
them, the teaching of Jewish faith and tradition is carried Ziltz as husband for her daughter; fol. "th(. voice's: from the temples,
on. Physically the generation of the present may be snuffel or Mr. Blump's prayer to get the y,, cathedrals, the synagogues and
out, but the faith, the tradition will be handed down forever. '"ttt'' of il to the bank me'ger. tn6 joss nouse fin paradise and 0ne of tne iintst musicaleg ever
, .. .. ., swallow the music of the spheres, offered by the junior division was
In our country, though we are fortunate that the great- They sit in their sacred edifices The souIs turn to God: 0 Lord, | presente(1 Mondav Junt. 2!)th at
est portion of our people are physically well provided for, we 'i from their hearts their desires jo Lord, have Thou mercy on us the clubrooms.
differ from our brethren of the past, and with our Eastern ascend. j wno desire only peace"; but from The Mae Rose School of Dane-
God they learn His ineffable pa- I ing pupils entertained for the large
tience. Though this tumult is dis- crowd, assisted by Mr. Jack Thurs-
turbing enough, though Mr. Mc- ton of station WQAM, who as n
Carthy's real estate, Mr. Levine's pianist has few that surpass him.
clearance rale, Mustafa Abib's de- Bob Lear, also of the same radio
sire for vengeance, Ching Lung's station, crooned himself into the
daughter, Mrs. Ponsonby's ambi- I hearts of the audience by his fine
tions, Mr. Blump's bank merger are rendition of popular songs.
irritations enough where there i- ---------
The Miami Awning Company is
European brethren of today in that we face a moral, a spir-1 Mr. McCarthy considers that this
itual starvation. B'nai B'rith, realizing this fact, has for the i J"st the occasion to enlist God
past thirteen years in its limited way tried to prevent this. in his side in the matter of his
It has realized the fact that the college youth of today, the | real estate. Who doesn't know
loy and girl who are being given a higher education, will be how difficult it has been to col-
of no value to their pi op e or even to themselves unless they lect rent? Mr. McCarthy's tenants
can also be given an insight into the traditions of their people sa>': "Mr. McCarthy, you might as
and be made to realize th> secret of their existence. B'nai well try to squeeze blood out of a
B'rith, realizing this fact, has, through its Hillel Foundation, turnip." But in the church Mr.
set itself the goal of preventing a moral debacle, and of utiliz- McCarthy has the comfort of ap- B0 mucn to be done in the universe,
ing the college youth as the bulwark of our people for to- Peal: "Oh, Lord God, Thou know- tne Lord smiles. He smiles and sponsoring a volley ball team con-
morrow. Wherever the Hillel Foundation has been estab- *st how it is with my affairs." the illumination of His smile falls sisting of members of the Y. W.
lished there has been a remarkable though not unexpected Mr. Levine has staked everything upon the grain and ripens it. H. A. Last Monday night they
response on the part of the College boy and girl. Even non- n the clearance sale. The cred- So when it becomes known that played their first game against the
Jewish boys and girls have availed themselves of Hillel facil- I*0 hav<; been pressing hard ... many of the temples have been Florida Pipe Co. and lost by scores
ities and this has brought about a spirit of good will and "Ml". Levine, you've just got to c!(lsed for the summer there is of 15 to 2 and 15 to 10. Members
amity that will resu't in the elimination of anti-Semitism in'tomc through." But if this gladness among the souls and the of the team are Mrs. Barney Kraft,
this country to a great extent. clearance tale ia good Mr. Levine effulgence of the patient smile Clarice Shier, Frances Tobias,
,_,,.. __, ,_ ... iwi" be abl<* t0 ^y everybody, of God increases.
In Florida, the Hillel Foundation has not yet been justi- Therefore, in the synagogue, when i And the souls sav t() IU. an_
fied because of the smaller Jewish attendance at the state i he has just finished proclaiming other:
colleges to establish its institutions. However, under the|the Sh'ma, Mr. Levine's heart "It is good! It is good'"
direction of Mr. Hyman S. Jacobs, first vice-president of the]sjKhs: "And, 0 Lord, King of the ..A bit of ,.eiicf ; tht, lumuit of
district grand lodge, p!ans are now being laid for the estab-j Universe, consider my creditors the voices of desire"
lishment of a Jewish students' union at the University of | wh, pursue me." And they assemble to sin-
Florida in Gainesville. Cultural work to imbue the students In the meantime, the muezzin psaln,s of praise and to put spuciai; meeting> TuesdaVi July 7th. Plans
With Jewish traditions and ideals Will be fostered and every having just called. Mustafa Abib blessings on the temples that have have been made "for a full evening
effort to bring the beauty of the Jewish faith home to our la kneeling before Allah address- been closed for the summer time. of actlvit Join now
own boys will be made. Florida lodges have named commit- fog him concerning the son of a I "Now," they say, "the good Lord________________
dog, Nadir Kamil, who only yes- God will be the less disturbed in Sherrill, Defender of Nazi Olym-
Barbara Cohen, Ethel Diamond and
Betty Tobias.
In inaugurating a drive for new
members the Y. W. H. A. is hav-
ing each of its present members
bring a member to next week's
tees which will meet within the next few weeks to complete
:>lans and to raise funds to carry on this work.
If the Jewry of this area wants to do a worth while
thing, their opportunity is now at hand. B'nai B'rith will
welcome every assistance that can be given them. It wants
Florida Jewry to realize that it is not a narrow institution,
i. iday took from him his wife ... the doing of His great works."
"Let the sores cover his carcass and And one of them (he is either
let the blood of his life flow from Abraham, Isaac or Jacob) arises:
his mouth and let his eyes be balls "My friends, let us make a good
of fire burning forever in his head wjh for the rabbis who closed
their ways
pics. Dies
centered on garnering the glory, but that all Jewrv is urged "nd r}et him ,,lio ln -"'" that(hei. temples and go
nust be done if a'fl"'tion may be everlasting, for the summer."
to partake and help to establish that which m
we are to carry on the work of preserving our faith and tra
ditions in the future.
Join the forces that are working for the preservation
of our very own.
For his daughter, Ching Lung With one heart they wish the
I.as been offered only two yen. rabbis good raises of their sal-
whereas he knows full well that aries.
she is worth four, considering his (Copyright, 1986, by Seven Arts
great need. Aye. it is already a Feature Syndicate)
Paris (UXS)General Charles
H. Sherrill, one of the three Amer-
ican members of the International
Olympic Committee, who created a
sensation last year with his warn-
ing to American Jewry that they
were facing an anti-Semitic wave
because of their agitation in be-
half of the German Jews, died hero
suddenly at the age of 69.


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. July 3, 193-3

STATEWIDE NEWS
Tampa Notes
Mr. and Mrs. William Bass of
2911 Central ave., entertained rel-
atives and their friends at a din-
ner and reception in observance of
their tenth anniversary at Billie
Carrington's Sunday evening, June \
20th. The1 tables were arranged \
in banquet style and bowls of roses, "*q--
as and other kinds of spring _-- i i r l /\ l l "vt
flowers ue,v usei for decoration West ralm beach Orlando Notes
on the table-. Rabbi Adolph Bur. t^t a
get gave a toast to the guests of INOteS Officers and members of ron-
hoaor and Mr. Isidore Davis acted gregation Ohev Sholem tendered a
as lastmaster for the evening. Last Monday night quite a large farewell party to Mr. and Mrs.
Talk- were given by Mr. Roscoe number of members of Palm Beach Morris Levine Wednesday evening!
Marsicano, Mr. Don MacMullen, Lodge of B'nai B'rith attended a They are planning to leave for Tel
Dr. L. s. Oppenheimer, Mrs. I. meeting and dance at the Monterey Aviv. Palestine, within the next
Liebman, Mrs. William Bass, Mrs. Hotel. Guest of honor was Mr. ,-,.w (jvs Tributes of apprecia- Miss Beatrice Grus and Irving
A. R. Berger, Dr. Lebos, Mr. M. Hyman S. Jacobs of Atlanta. Ga., ,ilin tor tne BePvices Mr and Mrs S:"'ks ""'" leave s"on f'"' ('""'"'''t-
Haimovitz, Mr.-. I. Segall, Mrs. B. first vice-president of the district Levine hav, Kiven the Jewigh' icut.
Haimovitz, Mr. B. .1. Finman. Mrs. grand lodge, who formally author- (,>llimunitv ,- Orlando during their
Jacob Wiltnci and Mrs. M. II.
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Miss Ethel Nelson will leave
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York City.
>;*'.; Cn sang
zed the induction of the newly many V(.al.s ,,,- residence ,.,.,. were
Formed Ladies' Auxiliary of the paid by Rabbi w u- w/ittenstein,
lodge. Mrs. S.d Birnbaum, tempo. ,;aMli R Saflll. Friedman. Sol
i-ary president of the Udies' Aux- Wittenstein, Hv Roth, Harry Kan-
liary, spoke briefly during the eve- lu,, UI, Wolly aml B j Cohl.n
ning. Mr. Nathan Adelman. first Mrs H(,n Sa,(,m ,,.si,k.,lt ,- ,,,
the Miami B'nai Ladieg. Auxiiia,.v. .,,, Mrs. Xat
man spoke briefly about Mr.
e's contribution to
Dancing continued until l a. m.
and Mr. and Mrs. Bass received a
r of telegrams and a .able-
mam from Mrs. Bass's sister, who
- in Roumania.
They were the recipients of B'rith lodge, delivered an interest- o~Z
Miss Marian Levey returned this
week from a two weeks' visit in
Chicago.
J
Mis- Jeannette Ossinsky of
Jacksonville is visiting Mr. and
Mrs. William Sirkin.
man;, beautiful gifts. Mr. Bass
presented his wife with a diamond
during the evening and
Mr. Bass presented her husband der and stressed the
with a wrist watch. .ani/.at ion of a Jewish Students
_______ Union at the University of Florida.
Rabbi Adolph Burger of Rodoph Reports of the activity of the lodge
m Temple has left the city were fead during the meeting, witb ., engraved gold watcn an,
on his vacation and is on his way over wh,cn Mr- Charles Wax. pres-
to Philadelphia and New York, lie i'1'"1 "'' tne ln,l>-r<'- presided. Others
is planning t.. attend the Zionist who spoke during the evening were
ing address ,, the work of the or- .,,, M|> |j(,vilu.v contribution to M'< Sadie Markovitz of Ashe-
der. Mr. Jacobs as the guest of lh;. congregation. Mrs. Salomon ville is visiting Mr. and Mrs, Jack
honor spoke of the work of the or- a, ,lu. (.|osi. ,- |r.,. ,.tlIJllll.ks ,,,.,.. Goldstein.
.',|,,'"I'.'!S1'!1.'."'" Bented Mrs- Levin with a beauti-|
ful fitted leather traveling case.
B. J. Cohen, president of the con-
gregation, presented Mr. Levine
Mr. and Mrs, Isadore MoscovitZ
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Providence, R. I., July 5th, 6th.and 'wing the business meeting,
7th.
Sarah Hecht of 2308 Mor-
has left for New York City,
she will attend Columbia
II V.
a
dance was held in the patio of the
hotel and delicious refreshments
were served. A meeting of the
Students' Union committee was
held and plans for co-operation
with a statewide organization were
adopted.
chain, A buffet supper was served
by the Ladies' Auxiliary. The fol.
lowing committee was in charge of
arrangements and refreshments:
Mrs. B. Salomon, president of the
Ladies' Auxiliary: Mrs. B. Safer,
Mrs. I.. Leiberman, Mrs. II. Leiber- Marian Levey,
man. Mrs. Harry Kanner and Mrs. w'ls played.
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Mr. and Mrs. Kessler of l.ees-
burg are staying at the home of
Mr. and Mis. Louis E. Goldman.
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The Progressive Club met Tues-
day night at the home ( Miss
president. Bridge
Mis. Hortense Leopold, who has
been residing with her parents, Dr.
and Mrs. I.. S. Oppenheimer. Ids
Crescent Place, was .ailed to Mont-
gom iry, Ala., recently by the deatn
of Mr. Joseph llasa, son of her
Mr-. A. M. Haas.
stein of Orlando and Mr. \. Myers
of Lakeland.
Those being initiated at thin week in West Palm Beach
meeting wen Mr. Sol Halizer, Mi. business trip.
S. Simovitz, Mr. A. Pollick, Mr.
Schoenborn and Mr. Kd Sherman.
whose marriage was an event of
Mis- Elaine Klepper returned Sunday in Montgomery, Ala.,
ime after an enjoyable visit in j stopped here briefly yesterday en
route to Miami and Other points
Jacksonville.
Mr. M. Baker spent the
past
on a
in South Florida on their wedding
trip.
Mis- Kmilie Winston arrived
Thursday night from New York to
spend a fortnight with relatives in
Tampa. Miss Winsten is the guest
of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Abe Maas.
Percy w. Zacharias and Barney
I Witten left by motor Friday for
and Atlanta, where they were among
Refreshments, constating of ice daughter returned from Miami
cream and cake, were served.
Mrs. George Silveratein
returned I'
after a month's visit.
Mrs. Rose Davidov and children Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ottenberg are
of Lakeland are spending a month home again after a month's visit
at Clearwater Beach.
in New York City.
Mrs. Herman Arnnovitz enter-
tained with a surprise misrella-
i: i shower in honor of her niece.
Miss Rosalie (iuterman, whose
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Safer. Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. Haimovitz, Mrs. I,.
Friedman and Mr. M. Friedman left
by motor last week for New York
visit rela-
the guests at a reception Saturday
night by Mrs. j. \. Hirsch honor-
ing her son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Davis Hirsch,
who have returned from their
honeymoon to Atlanta, where they
will reside.
appropriate niusica
Y. M. H. A. NOTES
On Sunday evening, July 5th, at
8 o'clock, an Independence Day
celebration will he held in the au- .
marriage will take place the earlv ditorium of the Y. M. II. A. Judge C,t-Vl wnere tney wi
par, of July. M. Henry Cohen will deliver the "VM for ,wo weeks-
Bowls of roses were arranged in 'ration and
the living and dining rooms at van. number
tage points. Mrs. George Ichill Riam wi
gave two piano selections and Mrs. ,0 'he -
J. D. Rosenthal entertained the his sound apparatus. This affair "er *'
guests with songs. "ill be free to members and their.
The hostess served dainty re- friends.
freshmenta, consisting of ices and The magic show given by the
cakes, carrying
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Senter of
Montgomery, Ala., announce the
marriage of their daughter, Celia,
to Leo Berinhont, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Max Berinhout of Jackson-
ville, Sunday afternoon, June 21st,
is will be rendered. The pro- Kn" PhiHP Mai"" of New j jn the ballroom of the Agudath Is-
ivill be followed by dancing ^J!* N' ?- formell>- Miss J ,-ael Congregation in Montgomery
music of Ed Sherman and "uth Holly of thls c,tv- ,s visiting Rabbi Blachslager performed the
George
weeks.
Wolly. for several
ceremonv.
Mrs. I. Becker and two children
cakes, carrying out a pink and "Tampa Tricksters" on Sunday, r Z, a o! T- T'
green C...... scheme. She was as- June 28th, was highly successful. ,",>'" o T ^"'^
sisted in serving by Mrs. J. Milch- The audience was enthralled by the n:ivt":' R<''" '"' their sum-
mer vacation.
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man, the bride-elect's mother, Mrs. fascinating demonstration of leger.
X. N'euwirth, and Mrs. Nathan demain given by the three magi-
Lutz. About .",.", guests were pies- cians present, Messrs. Hamilton,
Cortes and Taylor. Roy Jenkins
---------- rendered a tenor solo and little Miss
Mrs. E. Katz and her daughter Louise Olver sang and danced.
of Terre Haute, Ind., are'the guests The calendar of event- [0r the
[r. and Mrs. Adolph Katz, and Coming week follows:
are ipending a month at Clearwa- Sunday-Independence Day eel- ,.'','"'
Beach. ebration and dance. '.
Monday-Eve of Fast of 17th t' begB" at "' a' m' and
The B'nai B'rith lodge of Tampa Day of Tamuz. hroughout the day. with
held its monthly meeting Thurs-
The Jacksonville Beach pier was
the scene of one of the most en-
joyable affairs of the summer sea-
son Wednesday evening, when a
dance sponsored by the Senior Ha- j
ilassah chapter was held.
Mrs. Perry Kantor, chairman of I
this affair, was assisted by Mrs.
Sam Witten a.- ... chairman.
i t 11 Mls- Lasarow was in
A full day ,. enjoyment was ex- (haltr(. f refreshments. Mrs Ik"
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rium of Congregation B'nai Israel.
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The outstanding comedy hit,
"Strike Me Pink," Eddie Cantor's
sixth annual screen musical for
Samuel Goldwyn, comes to the
Tivoli Theatre next Sunday and
Monday, with Ethel Merman, Sally
Eilers, Parkyakarkus, the Greek
dialectician of radio fame, William
Frawley and the loveliest Goldwyn
girls ever aiding- and abetting the
proceedings.
Ethel Merman is grand and puts
over some of the film's smash Har-
The Beth Israel study group
will be held Wednesday night at
the home of Dr. B. B. Blicher with
Dr. Herman leading the discus-
sion.
Attorney I.ou Schonbroun and
his family from Tampa spent the
week-end with their uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. L. Leon Hul-
iezer.
Beth Israel Sisterhood had its
semi-monthly luncheon at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Cyman Argintar.
A delicious Italian dniner was
served. There was an unusual at-
tendance. The dinner was followed
by cards.
Miss Irene Jacobs, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Jacobs, re-
turned from an extensive trip
north. While in South Bend, Ind.,
she was the jou-st of Mr. and Mrs.
Sandock and their daughter,
Louise.
The United Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau held its regular monthly meet-
ing at the office of Dr. Blicher,
with all board members present.
Reports of various standing com-
mittees were jriven, and matters of
importance were transacted.
St. Petersburg
Notes
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Shapiro re-
turned from a trip to the north,
visiting their children.
Mr. Arnold Jacobs left Monday
for Miami, where he will spend a
few weeks with his sister, Miss An.
nabel Jacobs.
old Arlen-Lew Brown song hits in
her inimitable style. You'll be
hearing plenty of "First You Have
Me High, Then You Have Me Low,"
"Shake It Off," "The Calabash
Pipe" and "The Lady Dances."
-ally Eilers is a delight as Clari-
bel. Parkyakarkus helps p;ddie
keep his audience in the aisles as
his numb-skulled bodyguard and
William Frawley is swell in an-
other of his familiar hard-boiled
roles. Helen Lowell, Gordon
Jones. Brian Donlevy, Jack LaRue,
SuiUlie O'Dea and Edward Brophy
also shine.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Tanenbaum cel-
ebrated their ninth wedding anni-
versary last Monday night in the
presence of the entire organiza-
tion of the Judaic Council, who had
a supper and dance in the audito-
former man of wealth who has
fallen on evil days. The two of
them are down to a diet of beans
as the story opens, and Miss Col-
bert decides it is time she went to
work.
Miss Hazel Abrams spent the
week-end in Tampa as the guest
of her brother and sister, Mr. and
Mrs. Al Weiss.
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Window
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which are not true.
Indeed, to say that the accusa-
tion* are not irue is to understate
the case. They are fantastic; they
are crazy. They could not be tiue
of any group of human beings.
They could not characterize ar.f
group of human beings. People
are not like that. Neither Jew
nor Hun, neither Gypsy nor Parseo.
The picture of the Jew which has
i enflamed the rabble for ages and
enflames the rabble still is a pic-
ture that has no relation to the
Jew or any other human being. It
is not the picture of a human be-
ing. It is the picture of a demon
created by the myth-making fac-
ulty of frightened and inferior men.
Of sub-men, as the Nazis say. The
Jews, as they really are, history
and present situation, character
and hope, virtues and failings, are
totally unknownas unknown by
the vast majority of Gentiles as
I thoujrh they lived on another plan-
iet. All knowledge of them is as
a rule rejected by the barbarian
mind because of the anterior in-
fection of that mind by the Jewish
myth. Knowledge concerning the
Jewish people does not reach the
mark, does not pierce through to
mind or heurt; it meets the resist-
ance of the anterior myth.

In l!)ul Hei rich Count Couden-
hove-Kalergi, an Austrian aristo-
crat, scholar and diplomat of the
l.i^hest intellectual distinction,
wrote a book, "Das Wesen des An-
tisemitismus" ("The Character of
Antisemitism") in which the en-
tire anti-Jewish myth from
tiquity on with all its fantasies and
accusations, is definitely exploded.
His conclusions belong to another
age than ours. But his defense of
the Jews is historically and scien-
tifically complete. His book was
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the producers had a story to work
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THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Friday, July :5, 1986
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reissued in 1922 by his accom-
plished son, Richard N. C iuden-
hove-Calergi, and brought up t
date. There is evidence thai
I idenhove's work had a verj wide
cir< jlalion. It did no g >od.
I No foul-
ness ilandi and n i \
: by it. i h mob mind is
ssible t" facts about
.1 ish people, It dwells in
av. in hugging
nu that I have said here is
Nothing that 1 have said
I but has been said a thousand
times. The nu *tion is: has it been
heart'.' Ii:i- i' been thor-
. jhlj underst.....i'.' Is it clear to
every intelligent Jew in the world
and is he ready to draw some ;>'
least of the inevitable conclusions?
What are these conclusionsV All
the "idcr methods of defense and
enlightenment as practiced by both
Jew and Christian have failed. Let
it not be forgotten that there was
even in Germany an all Christian
(ici man League to Combat Anti-
semitism and that the Ligue In-
ternational Contre L'Antisemitisme
is functioning still. Yet when 1
was polite to 11. C Wells for be-
coming president of that league hi'
answered me in his snippiest Brit
ish manner: "It isn't because I like
the lews, hut I'm for humanity."
All the old methods have failed.
Th myth remains. Because the
myth remains the entire pseudo-
modern theory of history needs
re-thinking. But that is another
story.
What is obvious is this, that the
Jewish people, the whole Jewish
people, the undivided and integrat-
ed .Jewish people must at last go to
mankind to all mankind to the
representative councils of the na-
tions through the Jewish Agi
and through the World Congres
and through any an I every "the
organon and openly proclaim J
ilness of the myth and open :
demand redress and openly demand
not only Palestine and Trans-jor-
dania hut. it' need be, other terri-
tories, and insistently and tire-
lessly stab and pierce all con
sciences in the world that still
hav i semblance of human c >n-
sciences. But we can do that only
as one undivided people with a
united front in all the lands of
eai
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