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COMBING Yltie jGWKSh HJUlSty *9 Vol. 9—No. 32 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 193fi Price Five CeBts WORLD JEWISH CONGRESS IPelley Predicts OPENS TOMORROW IN GENEVA Amerlca iL Pogroms Geneva (WNS)—What is expect, ed to be the most historic international Jewish assembly since Dr. Theodor Herzl convened the first World Zionist Congress in Basle 3'J years ago, will open here in the meeting hall of the assembly of impression. The World Jewish Congress is primarily a consultative body attempting to submit to duly accredited representatives of the Jewish people its findings and suggestions on important problems confronting the Jews. The the League of Nations on the evecongress does not claim to have a ning of August 8th, when Dr. Stecut and dried, ready made solution phen S. Wise, president of the for these problems." American Jewish Congress and chairman of the Committee of Jewish Delegations, declares the sessions of the first World Jewish Congress officially opened. Dr. Wise, who has been the moving spirit behind the congress, will be The congress will devote a special session to a discussion and consideration of the present situation in Palestine. Palestine Jewry will be represented by ten prom, iclared to have been chosen by God inent leaders: M. M. Ussishkin, Dr. as the savior of the German peoLos Angeles (WNS)—America will have pogroms in the near future, and "pogrom means simply 'open season on Jews'," William Dudley Pelley, leader of the silver-shirted Christian party, told GOO members of the German-American Folk Union at a meeting here in the course of a speech in which he traced the "schemes" of Jews to "Judaize the world" before 1!40. Expressing his full sympathy with the Nazi movement in Germany and eulogizing the anti-Semitic sentiments of Hitler, whom he deTHE WORLD'S WINDOW By LUDWIG LEWISOHN By LUDWIG LEWISOHN This column is copyrighted by the Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Reproduction in whole or in part strictly forbidden. Any infringement will be prosecuted. Zen Zion Mossinsohn, Isaac Gruen. the first speaker, addressing the baum, Rabbi Meyer Berlin, Joseph delegates on the aims and purposes of the congress. It is planned to broadcast a number of sessions on an international radio hook-up. Delegates from .'52 countries and Sprinzak, Zalman Rubashov, Berl i/ocker, A. Elmaleh, M. Shapiru and Chief Rabbi B. C. Uziel, Sephardic leader. Even before the opening of the pie, Pelley announced to his listeners that he, too, had been divinely chosen to save a great nation—America—from the Jews. Among the details he cited of man persecution and the Polish and the Roumanian, and these are but the eternal returns of the typical situation of the dispersion. And now there are these five children in the only place on earth where we have a solid and well founded On the edge of the municipality hope of ending some day this reof Tel Aviv, where its land borcurrent tragedy typical of the disders on the land of the municipalpersion, of bringing this monstrous ity of Jaffa, there is a Talmud pendulum of the Galuth to a halt. Torah, a school for Jewish chil] And my friend say that his friends dren. On July 23rd, when the chil-1 must be persuaded and interested dren, daring the noon recess, were and emotionally involved. I wish having their luncheon out in the I could understand all this. Peropen, Arabs threw a bomb among haps these gentlemen live in a new them. Five children, two aged 8,, proof ivory tower and read only two aged !, one aged 11, were very publications strictly guaranteed to seriously injured. A Jewish and a have no Jewish news. Mv one British policeman were not far from the scene. But an Arab mob observers from a dozen more are congress the Nazi press has startin 1909, was the bringing about of the "Jewish plot" to capture Amerprevented them from pursuing the ica, which he declared was hatched criminals, and tore an Arab whom already here. The congress is expected to last about 10 days, during which time it will hear addresses by such personalities as Emil Ludwig, Lion Feuchtwanger, Simon Dubnow, Max Brod, Sholem Asch, Nahum Goldmann, Menahem M. Ussishkin and Louis Lipsky. Dr. Nahum Goldmann, chairman of the executive committee of the World Jewish Congress, informed the WNS correspondent that the program of the congress will follow the definite schedule of plenary sessions and committee meetings. It is contemplated to have the World War, which, he said, "was cut and dried by this group before it ever started. It was their scheme for the Gentiles to kill off small personal contemptible comfort was that 1 saw the headlines in my Yiddish paper—"An Araber bom be fait oif Talmud Torah; finf he had captured from the grasp of kinder farvundet'"—fairly early in the British policeman. Our people j the day, so that I could hope to are in a state of (indescribable excompose myself by night and sleep, citement and indignation. Their I do not understand these genextraordinarily high, nay, their inj tlemen of whom my friend speaks. Somebody is very queer; is it they or I To leave aside the names of ed to distort its purposes. Der Stuermer, Stretcher's anbi-Semitic paper, has declared that U. S. Senator William E. Borah will head a delegation of 78 members of the each other." He further explained i comparably high civic virtue by U. S. congress to the Geneva gaththat the appointment of Louis ; all Christian standards is illustratering. This report is apparently Brandeis to the supreme court ed by the fact that the circa 130,j the gentlemen my friend is thinkbased on the greetings which these bench was the price Woodrow Wil. %  000 people of Tel Aviv have been j ing of and mention the nam*s of members of congress extended son had to pay for "indiscretions" satisfied with indignation, with the colleagues of mine whom I fee) some time ago to the World Jewcommitted with a Jewish woman; weapons of the sr'rit. No Arabs ish Congress through the Amerithat Harding was made president have been hanged, can branch. by the Jews in order to facilitate Imagine a town in Mississippi in The officia umbers of delegates their loottrg of the treasury; that which American negroes, far higher and more civilized men than from each participating country are as follows; United States, 75; Poland, 00; Great Britain, 10; Hoover's Jewish backers made him free to mention—is it I who am queer and mad, or (is it Waldo Frank and Elmer Rice and Louis Untermyer and Irwin Edman and Irving Fineman? At all events, I nia, 30; Canada, 4; Switzerland, 3; Austria, 8; South Africa, 4; Arnot more than one plenary session France, 10; Palestine, 10; Roumaa day, probably in the evenings, so as to give sufficient time to the numerous committees and subcommittees to work out concrete plans for submission to the plenary sessions. "I sincerely trust," Dr. Goldmann said, "that the newspabring about the depression in orPalestinian Arabs, had deliberate-' am the on| y American Jewish man der to give them an opportunity to put in their "key man"; and that the present administration is "Red, Jewish and Communistic." He gentina, 4; Belgium, 4; Jugoslaj charged the president, whom he via, 3; Lithuania, 5; Czechoslovakia, 8; Italy, 4; Greece, 4; Spain, 1; Danzig, 1; Chile, 1; Uruguay, 1; Esthonia, 1; Finland, 1; Tunis. .'!; per correspondents will not in their Algeria, 4; Brazil, 2; Bulgaria, 2; anxiety for sensational reports Morocco, 4; Portugal, 1. Norway, quote sentences culled from ', Sweden, Denmark, Mexico, Hunnot be expected from the Associatspeeches that when removed from gary and Australia are among the ed Press because, according to the the context convey an erroneous : countries that have sent observers. Pelley figures, 75 per cent of its New York personnel is Jewish. called "Frankly Destructive Roosevelt," with having "put a crew of Jewish auditors to work in the basement of the treasury rewriting the books of this country," and declared that truthful news could Cong Urg Dickstein es Revocation stop Jewish encroachments. LeadWhether Roosevelt or Landon is ei ship is needed badly by our | elected in November, he said, ly wounded five white children. But the imagination falters in the first place, and, in the second place, the thing is of course unthinkable. What I am emphasizing is the fact that we are building the first truly humane and civilized and—irony of ironies—"Christian" community in the world, and, secondly, that tu call these Arab murderers and incendiaries and thieves "revolutionaries" or "nationalists" or anything else of the kind is to insult the intelligence of a moron. The job of the immediate future, at all events, is the job of civilizing American Jewry: the intellectual and social fugitives and snobs, the feeble rationalizers of their own defects and disloyalties, the climbers—in brief, the socalled upper crust which is, ethically and intellectually, not upper Christian population. We Amerimakts no difference, as Jews are !*•*• incident in the American press. I at all, though it is so in its own can Christians hate and fear the backing both. | The New York Times of Sunday, conceit and in the eyes of the •lew as much as you do in Germany.' Pronouncing himself the savior (which must have received the caworld. A coil of error and false Washington (WNS) — RevpcaWe fjnd them j ugt ag muth g men j 0 f America in this emergency, Pelblegram, was silent. If Arabs had argument binds these people in imtion of the private detective license ace ag y()U Germans ... But we I 'y declared that the crisis would i l>'n hanged the papers would have palpable chains. And these errors of Harold C. Keyes, a former memhave been toQ lazy Qv indif f erent j come in a few months and would I heen in a state of frenzy. The dice and arguments are all of a strictly to check the Jew in our midst." find nis Silver Shirts ready to take | ** loaded against us. We have worldly sort, and if the history of So far I have seen no record of of letters who is an active Zionist. Which is no credit to me, but an appalling commentary on the state—both the ethical and the intellectual state — of American Jewry. her of the United States secret service, because he has been in communication with the German propaganda service! in., connection with a scheme to "organize Christian Americans against Jews" was asked by Representative Samuel Dickstein in a letter .to Edward J. Flynn, secretary of state of New York. In a long letter to Mr. Flynn Mr. Dickstein quoted passages from a letter written by Keyes to Get man officials and cited this activity in support of his request for annulling his license. Mr. Dickstein quoted Keyes as saying, among other things, that "m political suffrage the Jew is outnumbered by the Christians But the Christians are not organized nor sufficiently class and race conscious to bestir themselves to The Keyes letter quoted by Mr. Dickstein also said "it is my contention that German^ nas bfcen but half-hearted in its attempts through publicity b, crystallize a real opposition to the Jew in America. At heart we in this country are with German aims and over the leadership of the nation and put an end to "Jewish control." shall nevertheless go on playing Rumor Weismann and Jabotinsky lhe game But now comes a friemj for United Zionist Front New York (WNS)—The presto play the game of life with loadman, if the history of civilization •d dice. teaches one single thing—one sinVery well. We know it, and we gle thing and none other whatsoever—it is this: that all worldly encc in Carlsbad, Czechoslovakia, of Dr. Chaim Weizmann, president ambitions as far as checking the I of the Jewish Agency, M. M. Usonward march of Jews. The time is ripe right now for a real campaign to 'crystallize' sentiment here. • But the publicity work should be in the, hands of native Americans with the secret financial support of German Christians. The type of men I would use in such an organization would be chosen for their tactfulness and (Continued on Page 5) sishkin, head of the Jewish National Fund, and ninety other of mine, a very fine, high-minded, sensitive as well as an extraordinarily able man, and says, as he has said before: "I agree with you that rit is just too bad that many of the ablest Jews in America are Jewishly inactive. But you can't prominent Jews from Palestine, toexpect Mr S o-and-So and Dr. Thusgether with the anticipated arrival of Vladimir Jabotinsky, revisionist leader, have given rise to rumors that Weizmann and Jabotinsky are negotiating for the establishment of a united Zionist front, according to a Jewish Mornreasons are bad and perishable reasons, that all action according to worldly advantage and good repute is sterile action and leads not to life but to death. This cognition is the classical cognition of all high religion. And since man has not changed in his essential nature the truth of this cognition has not changed either. Hence the trouble with those rich ing Journal cable from Prague. this Qeserath Ashkenaz, this Gerand-Thus to attend Zionist conventions or to interest themselves in these matters unless you go to them and ask their advice and thus gradually involve them emoj and reputable and clever and able tionally." and gifted Jews who are Jewishly I don'l understand. There is j inactive, who keep Jewish news out (Continued on Page C) :



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Page Two THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Friday, August 7, 1936 '.' %  i !>j and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan returned from their vacation last Tuesday night. Pr. Kaplan will resume his duties as rabbi of Temple Israel. • Mrs. I.ouis Zeientz returned to the city last week after spending' Thirtieth st., this city, is on an j the West Side Jewish Center and %  ome time in New York visiting extended trip north. She will reis now honorary president. Rabbi relatives and friends. turn in about ten days. Schick will speak at the Beth Ja* • • | co t, Synagogue while here. Mi. and Mrs. I.ouis Gerson reSirs. Louis Hayman and children, turned to the city last week after Stanley and Sheila Joy, arc spendMrs. Ben Rozansky of Washihgan absence of eight weeks traveling the summer at Mountain ton, D. C, is visiting her parents, itig through the New England Lodge, Hendersonville, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. M. Shonfeld of this state-. They were accompanied • • City. She will be joined here by turn to Miami on Sunday. on their trip by their daughter, Mrs. V. G. Hagone and son, h< i husband before returning to. Rosemary. Stanley, and nephew, Jerome Gross, their home the early part of Sephave returned to their home in tember. Mrs. Rozansky is the forA( i special meeting of the Norfolk, Ya., after a visit with nier Kdna Shonfeld. board of directors of the Miami Mrs. Ragone's brother-in-law and Jewish Orthodox Congregation, sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard .1. SiMorris Mandolbaum, well known held last Tuesday night, the resmon, 208 S. W. Twenty-fourth road, for many years as the head of the ignation of Rabbi Julius Washer ),;.,., Coast Glass Co., announces as ipiritual head of the congregaMiss Arlene Aronowitz, daughthat, together with Mr. C. Roy tion uas accepted with regret, ter of Dr. and Mis. Samuel AronMoussier, he will operate the SinRabbi Washer has accepted a call owitz, who is in New York visiting ciair Service Station at 290 N. W. to i northern pulpit. Announce\ her aunt and uncle, Dr. and Mrs. menl as to the new rabbi will be S. Wolk, will be joined by her ma !•• within the next ten lays. mother, Mrs. S. Aronowitz, and then will travel to Paradise Island committee in charge consists of Miss Ida Engler, general chairman; Mrs. Leo Chaikin, refreshment chairman; Miss Adeline Sokoloff, ticket chairman, and the Misses Belle Tannen, Rena Newi berg, Rose Levin, Edna Adler and Mrs. II. Lehman. Fifth st., at the northeast corner of Fifth st. and Third ave., N. W Sinclair gas and Opaline oils will he sold. Greasing and repairing They will return in of the finest and a complete autoin-law, Mr. and Mrs. William Clein of this city. He will return to his ... Mrs. I. Scholmk and daughter, home some time today. t Estelle, returned this week from The Misses Mildred Clein. Syi three months' visit to New York, via Leibovitt and Lois Louis, stu-1 where Mrs. Scholmk was a patient dents for the summer course at at Polycbn.c Hospital for a month. ilic University of Illinois, will re.Mrs. C. Kaler and children, Doreen and Leonard, are spending the summer as the guests of her sisJunior Hadassah is sponsoring ter and brother-in-law, Mr. and its annual administration buffet |fl rg n Hinimel, M North Bay, BUpper dance at the Alcazar roof Canada. Sunday evening, August 16th, at :> o'clock. Proceeds of this evenl will be devoted to the relief of German Jewish refugees in Palestine. Members of every organization in Greater Miami are urged to attend. Murry Grossman, prominent communal worker of this area, will be master of ceremonies. Miss Marguerite Midland will be rJjGUST BROS.jJJ^ L*^ ta the BEST.' 1'fcaihONALS MEN, WOMEN!—WHY STAY one of the feature entertainers. A SINGLE? Join America's finest Bwidt'neb AQUI SB HA?IA ESPANOL the newest footnotes Mr. Carl Rheinheimer. proniiin Maine, n t citizen of Frankfort-am-Main, I September. Miss Aronowlts will motive service will be at the oMsbuffet 8U PP er Wl be !" •" ^despondence club, find a life Germany, was the guest of his sisenter the University of Alabama posal of the customers. Mr. Manmidnight. Admission, including mate and happiness; confidential, ter and brother-in-law, Mr. and ,t Tuscaloosa this fall. delbaum invites his many friends "PP*". w be two .1 irs per na.icn-wide service. For InformaMrs. L. .1. Hart! of this city, for • to pay him a visit at this service k""!' 1 ^ Reservations may be mad;' .. n write: HOME CORRESPOND.past week, returning to hiDr. and Mrs. F. H. Fisher and station. The East Coast Glass Co. P* Phoningr 5-2888 and 5-3927. The BNCE CLUB. BOX 47. MAYpresent home in New York City their attractive daughter. Marjory, will also be located at this address. Wednesday morning. While here have returned to Miami Beach he was entertained by his niece after a motor trip to New York. A resolution endorsing the moveand nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Sol RotWhile in New York Dr. Fisher enment to abolish the poll tax in fort, tered upon a course of post-gradthe state of Florida was unaniMr. and Mrs. Sol Rotfort, promuate study, involving the most admously passed at the meeting of inent communal workers of this vanced features of his profession, the Civic League of Miami Beach, area, returned to the city after • ncld Tuesday night at the Cafe del having spent their vacation tourRabbi and Mrs. Jacob H. Kapla I'aix, Miami Beach. The poll ing through New York, Ohio, Penr.,an of Temple Israel will reside in tax was branded as an unnecessary sylvania and other northern states, their new home 6996 Albacore evil and a pernicious influence drive, Miami Beach, following their towards corruption in politics. The next meeting of the local return from a vacation trip in the William Masur, chairman of the B'nai B'rith lodge will be held the East. Rabbi Kaplan was a deleentertainment committee, anlattei part of August, due notice gate to the National Conference of nounced that the organization will of which will appear in the next Human Relations at Blue Ridge, sponsor a dance at the Honey issue of the Jewish Floridian. \\ ('. Plaza Palm Gardens on Sunday J • evening. August 30th, 1936. A Mr. and Mrs. I. Roth, prominent Dr. Charles Beckwitt, optomewell known orchestra and enter citizens of Miami Beach, are leavtrist, 36 N. E. First ave., has retainment by prominent artists i: ing for a trip to New York, where turned from Detroit, where he atthe stage, screen and radio will be they will visit their children and tended the annual congress of the featured. relatives. American Optical Association. He A motion was unanimously reported that delegates to the conpassed providing for the organi/.aMr. and Mrs. H. H. Farr and vention who objected to holding tion of a diamondball team to reptheir daughter, Irene, returned the annual meeting in Miami "on resent the Civic League. fro,,, a visit to Paterson, N. J., the grounds that it was too far The roster of the organization where they spent some time with south for a summer convention," continued to grow with the additheir daughter, Mrs. Harry J. Solfound Detroit with a temperature tion of ten new members. Sol S. Goldstrom, chairman of the hospital committee, reported """"• of 110 degrees, and Miami delegates lost no time in giving them Mr, and Mrs. Harry J. Solomon the Miami summer temperatures, j on further plans for the organiof Paterson, N. J., announce the • • zation and establishment of the birth of a daughter, Ronne Lee. Mrs. Bessie Teller and her National Children's Convalescent Mrs. Solomon is the former Sylvia daughters, Jeanette and Sylvia, of Home at Miami Beach, being sponFarr of this city. • Mrs. Helen Farber, daughter of Mrs. Lillian Farber of 819 N. W. Miami Beach, left Monday for | sored by the Civic League. Hendersonville, N. C, where they Tip -Toes will spend the remainder summer. if the Sun. Mon.-Tucs., August 9-10-11 JEANETTE McDONALD and NELSON EDDY HOSE MARIE 7^AV£NU£ Sun.-Mon.. August 9-10 THESE THREE With MARIAN HOPKINS MERLE OBERON JOEL McCKEA Mrs. Sol Greif left Tuesday to spend a month in New York City visiting relatives and friends. Dr. and Mrs. Max Pepper, 1819 While there she will attend the S. W. Eleventh terrace, have rewedding of her niece, Miss Bertha turned from a trip in the North, Fry of Brooklyn, N. Y. including a visit to Saratoga White Oak Leather LADIES' HEELS 15c HALF SOLES 50c ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP 210 N. E. First Avenue Opp. Cortez Hotel Springs, N. Y. • Dr. and Mrs. Barney Weinkle and two sons, Stanley and Milton, are spending a vacation in the resorts of North Carolina. They will return to Miami August loth. a o • Rabbi Dr. Joseph Schick, rabbi of West Side Jewish Center, New York, is visiting at the Harrison Hotel, 401 Washington ave., on a short vacation, as the guest of Philip Liberman, president of he Mercantile National Bank of Miami beach, and president of Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach. Mr. Liberman was the founder of Miss Rena Newberg returned to the city after a vacation spent in the North. m m Mrs. Jack Pallott returned to Miami this week following a visit with relatives and friends in Trenton, N. J. DR. R. S. AKERS DENTIST 1746 N. W. 36th St. Closed Saturdays. Ph. 2-2131 Mr. Edwmu Jacobs of \,. w York City is visiting his father, Mr. Abram Jacobs, of this city, and his parents-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. .1. (iell, of Miami Beach. Mr. Jacobs is the husband of Mrs. Rose Jacobs, president of Senior Hadassah, who is now in Basle, Switzerland, attending the World Jewish Congress. Mr. Jacobs will return to his home some time today. Mr. Joseph Jacobs, prominent business man of Atlanta, Ga., is visiting his father. Mr. Abram Jaj cobs, and his sister and brother6-95 Darlings of lash on with blunt, younj? lots and short, low vamps. Flattering, loo and artfully designed to make your foot loo'i smaller! Hand-turned soles —with a I the quality that term implies. Bl HI1INK-S. THIRD KI.OOR Ceremonial Accessories—Fourth Floor



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Friday, August 7, 11)36 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three wJewisti Floridilan FLORIDA'S ONLY .It WISH WKEKLY PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY by the JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. P. O. Box 2978 News Tower Bldg. Miami, Fla. Phone 2-5304 EDITORIAL OFFICES: 621 S. W. 13th Avenue Phone 2-11S3 J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K. SHOCHET. Clrculatlo Manager CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN Field Representative Entered a* arcond class matter July 4. 1H39. at the Post Office at Miami. Florida, under the Act of March 3. 1879. Jewish News Around the World Palestine (iovernment to Build Roads for Greater Jewish Security MIAMI ST. PETERSBURG MRS. ROSE M. RUBIN Representative WEST PALM BEACH MRS. M. SCHREBNICK Representative ORLANDO MRS. B. J. COHEN Representative TAMPA MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative SUBSCRIPTION SI.00 $2.'itl FRIDAY. Vo AUGUST 7, 9_No. 32 1936 4L*> Rabbis? We were today asked: "Why do you permit those not entitled, to call themselves rabbi?" Our answer was simple "There is no law that will prevent anyone designating himself a rabbi, though he is no more entitled to this dignified appellation than a non-Jew would be." We are reminded of the story ... A caretaker of a Jewish orphan asylum some thirty-odd years ago, becoming imbued with the importance of his position, assumed the title of "doctor," believing this would enhance his value to the institution. Regarding it as more of a joke than otherwise, the directors of the institution did not object. A learned cleric, on a visit to the institution, was greeted at the door by his arrives in this area and while en route becomes a "rabbi." Need we remind you of the occasion, a few years ago, when a Miami Jewish chauffeur, erstwhile waiter in a Miami Reach hotel, en route to Tampa with another charlatan., wonder caretaker, who introduced himself as "doctor" so and so. The learned cleric, appraising the general appearance of the caretaker, inquired: "Are you a doctor of medicine, doctor of philosophy or, perhaps, doctor of divinity?" The reply of the caretaker came back immediately: "No, none of them kind, I'm just a PLAIN doctor." We in the South have been cursed with the fact that many a "mohel," "melamed." "shoched." "chazon" and ignorant "shamos or sexton" assumed the title of "rabbi." The non-Jewish world unfortunately takes it for granted that one calling himself "rabbi" is in fact entitled to this title and is in fact a respected leader of a Jewish community. Many a solicitor for "yeshivos." orphan asylums, hospitals, working "rebbe," became ... of all things ... a "rabbi"? It is high time that Jewry for their own protection take steps to denounce those who have wrongfully assumed this important title. In Miami a step in the right direction was taken several months ago when the Greater Miami Jewish Board of Ministers was formed. Only RECOGNIZED rabbis, those with standing, and, in fact, ENTITLED to the term "rabbi"; those HOLDING PULPITS with SYNAGOGUES in ACTUAL and NOT "ETHEREAL" existence were permitted to join. It is high time that we prevent the use of the term "rabbi" by charlatans and others. Laymen, both Jews and non-Jews,"can help if they will only try. Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency) Urged by the Jewish Agency for Palestine to launch a program of road construction to promote greater security for the Jewish community, the government has agreed to the immediate building of direct highways between important Jewish centers in Palestine. Threemain arteries will be built by the government linking Jewish urban and rural districts in a direct line. These will avoid Arab sections of the country where many attacks upon Jews have occurred during the present disturbances. A direct route will be opened by extension of the northern road from Tel Mond to Hedera, connecting the Northern charon and Emek Hefer with the all-Jewish city of Tel Aviv and Haifa in the north. The appropriation for this work has been increased from §300,000 to $500,000. The second road projected will lead from Ginegar to Nahalal, diverting north and southbound traffic through Jewish areas and thus avoiding Nazareth. The third highway will stretch from Afuleh to Shutta, connecting the Ain Harod district with the haifa highway, which were linked previously only by railway. Jewish labor will be employed on these projects. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ London (WNS)— The sharpest attack on Nazi Germany heard in the British parliament in a long | lime was made by Sir Austen j Chamberlain, former foreign sec1 retary, when he told the house of commons that he "would not take on my shoulders the blame for j turning over other peoples to the hands of a government which refuses to recognize the human rights of its own citizens, and forces them into virtual slavery." Speaking I briefly, but to the point, on the 1 debate over Britain's foreign policy, Sir Austen said "how can one entrust such a government with colonial peoples?" Asks Falashas Be Converted to .Modern Judaism Strictly Confidential Tidbits From Everywhere : that Alf M. Landon, as chairman of the Ossawatomie State Hospital, Kansas, condones the regulation that only Gentiles need apply for the post of resident physician. Rome (WNS)—Conversion of the Falashas, the black Jews of Ethiopia, to those tenets of Judaism accepted by the Jews of the world was urged upon Italian Jewish leaders by Jacques Faitlovitch, executive director of the American Pro-Falasha Committee, who is in charge of Jewish activities in behalf of the Falashas. During a conference with leaders of the Italian Jewish community Dr. Faitlovitch urged them to make real Jews out of the Falashas before attempting to Italianize them. Lookie here: "Y" diamondball team in first place! After finishing in seventh place during the first half of the Miami Beach League, the "Y" diamond^^^^ ball team has takjfH^v ''" n muen n, i ( 'ed new life to gain a tie for first place with the Marine A. C, each winning five games and losing two. It is indeed a splendid comeback, considering that there is nary a player batting ,300, which brings back memories of the Chicago White Sox, hitless wonders of 1919. Captain Davis I.ackowitz, who was on the sick list for quite some time, is now back in the lineup and will unquestionably bolster the batting attack of the team. Manager Max Goldstein truly deserves a round of applause for his tireless efforts in bring about harmony on the team and molding a winning team from a supposed crew of diamondball players, many of whom are still learning the game. Seven games remain on the schedule to complete the second half of the race. Following are the standings, including Tuesday, August 4, Looks good, eh, fans? W. L. Pet. I Y. M. H. A 6 2 .714 Marine A. C 5 Walton Flooring 4 Better Foods 4 Migroco 4 WIOD-News 4 Antlers 3 Hathaway Roofing 2 Normy Thaler, cleanup hitter on the team, justified his position by smacking out a home run with two men on base to defeat the Hathaway Roofing team, to 6. In their game with the Miami Federation of Musicians the "Y" boys copped the honors, 6 to 8, behind ; the effective hurling of Abe Weiner, that man with the dog, rei member? This game put the music makers to shame for the second time, so what? 2 .714 3 .571 4 .500 4 .500 1 .500 5 .375 5 .287 By PHINEAS J. BIBON Boycott News The president of an eastern university, which was the center of a bitter controversy over Nazi propaganda in its German department last year, may find that his role in that scrap will cost him the presidency of one of the leading universities of the South The threat of a boycott has forced the Loew chain of theatres to cancel a plan to show Max Schmeling and his wife on its vaudeville circuit John I). Hamilton, Landon's dynamic campaign manager, never answered the inquiry how come Whisperings It is being whispered in London and I'anis that Charles Lindbergh's much publicized visit to Germany was a slick attempt by Qoebbels to gain some much needed international good will for Nazi Germany When the real story of tin Spanish rebellion is told a number of leading European Fascist statesmen will be exposed as having had a hand in it Emil Jannings, the film star who was once a great favorite in America, has accepted an appointment as state j actor for the Nazi government Mrs. Leon Blum, spouse of the French premier, is the second wife of that Jewish statesman The robes worn by Nazi judges must j now be decorated with the swastika Elizabeth Bergner, emigre German film actress, is pleading with Francis Lederer, Czech Jewish star, to join her in the film version of Henri Bernstein's "Melo," which is now being made in London Quoting from Hitler's speeches or writings to prove anything is now verboten tn Germany without the special permission of the Nazi party's commission on literature. Personalia Robert Rodenkirchen, Germanborn Jersey City schoolboy, indignantly refused an invitation to represent Germany in the Olympic Are You Going? Ladies and Gentle Peoples: This Wednesday, August 12th, our long awaited amateur program will be presented to the members and public at Kaplan Hall, located at 137 N. E. Nineteenth st. From viewalong a few extra hankies to wipe ing advance preparations it would be well for each of you to bring away the teams of laughter that will come streaming from watching the amateurs. Among the artists that have graciously offered their services are Joe Leitel, Janet Karasic, Phil Weintraub, Maurice Foder, Dorothy Harris, Clarice Shier, Dave Traeger, Charley Weiner, Larry Schwartz. Hy Webman, Sarah Lehrman, Al LehrilUUl, Ethel Pont, Edward Diamond, Fannie Pollack, Sylvia Rachek, Sonia Glutman, Sherwood Lavine. Rose Levy, Shirley Kraft, Jack .Mincer, Peritz Scheinberg, Edith Feinberg, Telma Groper, Cal Pont, Ada Stein, Evelyn Beckerman and June Toursch. Chester Alexander and B. B. B. are lending their aid to make this affair a real fun festival. The treat is yours, come one, come all; no admission. The Y. M. H. A. membership is increasing steadily by the labors of our executive director, Boris Schlachman. Among the old mem. bers who are coming back into our fold, plus the new, are: Dr. Morris Goodman, Abe Aronovitz, Leo Ackerman, Leonard Epstein, M. Victor Miller, H. Y. Waldorf, Sam Hyman, Edwin Rubin, Meyer Schwartz and George E. Scholnik. Congratulations to Vivian Zeesman and Sylvia Chertkoff, who were in charge of the Junior Council dance, held Sunday at the Royal Palm Club. Their efforts were well rewarded by the large crowd that attended. Three couples were selected to enter the finals of their dance contest. Among the lucky winners were: Milt Friedman and Jeanette Seligman, Larry Schwartz and Esther Cromer, and George Altman and Irene Fair. An educational contest was inaugurated on the Beach Sunday with BBB as If. C, Gladys Greenberg winning first honors in the spelling contest and Shirley Rosenthal the geography honors. Rose Dubler won first prize for her skit dealing with the new craze, knock, knock, who's there? —Emma. Emma who? Emma going to have trouble with you, etc., and they bang pictures. This Monday the Juniors will offer an interesting program, with many surprises for you all. Mrs. Sam Shindel, vice-president of the Y. M. H. A., lost six pounds during the expected storm last Tuesday. Mr. Capinus addressed a large audience at the women's meeting Tuesday. He explained the work of carrying out a minstrel such as the Y. W. is trying to undertake. Tuesday. August 11th, plans are under way to receive a capacity audience at the women's get-together. A speaker, entertainment ^ind refreshments at your disposal. games Rodenkirchen, who established a new world's record for the 200 meters recently, is not yet eligible to compete for Uncle Sam Collecting Lincolniana is the hobby of Governor Horner of Illinois ... He already has more than 0,500 items Sidney Cardozo, nephew of Supreme Court Justice Cardozo, is giving signs of being a promising actor Friends of the late Dr. David Neumark, professor of Jewish philosophy at the Hebrew Union College, commemorated his 70th birthday on August 3rd We erred in reporting that Charlotte Epstein, coach of the Women's Swimming Association, had gone to Germany to attend the Olympics at her own expense Miss Epstein sailed on the Exochereta for a tour of Italy and Egypt ... A new treatment to keep bread from getting stale has been perfected by A. K. Epstein and B. R. Harris of Chicago Dr. Marie Pichel Warner, eminent gynecologist, is the producer of a motion picture film called "Methods of Contraception Governor Lehman and Mrs. Ruth Bryan Owen are getting ready to extend mazel tovs to each other Mrs. Robert Lehman, daughter of Mrs. Owen, is infanticipating Her husband is a cousin of the governor. (Copyright, 1986, by Seven Arts Feature Syndicate) • V



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Page Four THE JEWISH FLOEIDIAN Friday, August 7, 1930 Jacksonville News Mr. and Mrs. Joe Goldman of Lake Wales announce the birth of a son, Paul Martin, on July 23rd. Mrs. D. D. Israel, who has been attending summer school at the Georgia State College for Women at Milledgeville, will visit relatives and friends in Athens, Atlanta, Macon and Americus, Ga., before returning home. L STATEWIDE Dr. Leonard H. Grunthal returned from a motoring trip to North Carolina, where he left Mrs. Grunthal and the children, Anne and Leonard, jr., for a several week-' stay in the mountains. Mr. and Mrs. L. I'. Lippman have gone to Jacksonville Beach f>.i two weeks and will be guests of .Mrs. Lippman's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Weil, in their cottage, Carol Inn. Tampa Notes Mrs. L. Gershon of Dallas, Texas, is the guest of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. L. Peretzman. Mr. A. A. Finkelstein, executive secretary of the Tampa Y. M. H. A., returned after spending a few days in New York City and Charleston, S. C, with relatives ami friends. I'rny W. Zacharias, Max Oberdorfer and Julius Mack, jr., have returned from a visit to Miss Harriet Zacharias, who is spending the summer at Eagle's Nest camp, near Brevard, N. C. Miss Zacharias celebrated her eleventh birthday while her father and his friends were there. Miss llelene Kantor and Miss Hal nan Ruth Hard man of Atlanta, Ga., are the guests of their uncle ami aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brouse. Forming a congenial party were the week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Solomon in their home at Neptune, Miss Luella Anderson of St. Paul, Minn., Miss Peulss, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Levy, Mrs. J. A. Miller and young son, Donald, of New Orleans, La., and Mr. and Mrs. Al Josephson and daughter, Gloria. Mrs. David Levy entertained in her home in Avondale with a delightful birthday dinner party recently honoring Mrs. Joe Solomon. Intimate friends and relatives of the honoree and hostess were present at this dinner. Among the out-of-town guests were: Mrs. J. A. Miller and son, Donald, of New Orleans, La., and Miss I.uella Anderson of St. Paul, Minn. Our Sport World By IRV KLPCI.NET (Bertram Jonas Pinch-Hitting) Jewish Champions The World Labor Athletic Carnival to be held at Randall's Island Municipal Stadium. New York, on August 15th and 16th is shaping up as the greatest outpouring of Jewish track and field stars ever assembled in one place at the same time. There will be at least 50 Jewish regional, collegiate. A. A. U. and national champions entered in the meet. The Jewish entries will do much to disabuse the notion that American Jews play only a small role in track and field. Most of us know Jewish stars in boxing, basketball, wrestling and baseball, but the record of Jews in track and field should be more widely known. Following i> a list of some of the outstanding Jewish entries in the World Labor Athletic Carnival: Milton Sandier, former na600-yard and half mile chain] ion; Arthur Rosenstein, holdI S. record for the I 500i alk; William Steili% % % %  irld' unners; liar,,. St. Petersburg Notes Mrs. Ed Goldman and children are visiting relatives in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wittner and family left for Miami Beach, where they will spend the month of August. West Palm Beacn Notes Mr. and Mrs. Harry Halpern of the Dixie Terrace apartments sailed from Miami on the Shawnee Friday for a month's vacation in New Mr. and Mrs. Al Rubin and York and other eastern cities, daughter left for Richmond, Va., r-„ij m „„ and will go fe> there to New, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Goldman York. Atlantic City. N. J., and oth.' and son Stanton, ****£ er northern points. They will be Ocala, where they visited with M,. back about the middle of Septem-' Nathan Goldman and family. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Friedman of 1115 Okeechohee road announce Orlando Notes Mrs. A. H. Spivack has returned to her home in New York after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1. N. Burman, for several weeks. Mrs. Abe Shapiro is visiting in Macon and Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. Nat Berman, Mrs. Belle Hoffman and children are vacationing at Daytona Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Goldsmith of Tallahassee are making their I future home in Orlando. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Streifer have returned to Kingston, N. Y., after visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Mei; ten, Mrs. Streifer's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Safer had as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Leibovitz of Jacksonville, parents of Mrs. Safer. Mrs. Eugene Spiegle and daugh-1 the engagement and approaching ters are vacationing in Chicago man j a gc of their daughter, Rose, with relatives. to Leon J. Mass, the marriage to Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gardner tak la "' A Wt "'^ and family have left by motor for A surprise party was rendered to (|iscussion g ,. oup of C ongreNew York City, Philadelphia and Mr. and Mrs. Leon L. Haliczer at ^ ^ ^ W-BM Youngstown. Ohio, and expect to their tenth wedding anniversary. ^ ^ home rf be gone one month. The Judaic Council, ofwhich Mrs. J ^ Atrgintar. | Haliczer i. a member, join in wish^ N Herman as ,,. mg them many happy returns of Miss Lillian I'crctzman of Miami ,. the day. Beach returned after spending a few weeks here with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. L. Poretzman. Mrs. Max Blattner and daughters, Ethel and Jean, left this week for Hendersonville, N. C, to spend the remainder of the summer. Burnett Roth of Miami was a visitor in Orlando the past week. leader. Mrs. Martin Dubbin returned events, dancing and all sorts of from a month's vacation spent ill games, also delicious foods prePhiladelphia and New York. u. i..,.; U M J, „f itionta pared by the lady members of the Jack Morris, and his aunt and unu,,cs Mrs. Sam Berger left Tuesday for Newport News, Va., where she will visit for several weeks. After visiting relatives there Mrs. Berger will go to New York to purchase fall merchandise for her ; dress shop. cle, Mr. and Mrs. L. Peretxman. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Finman returned after spending several weeks in Hartford, Watertown and New York City. Y. M. H. A. NOTES The second picnic of the season is being planned for Sunday, August 23rd, to be held at Temple Terrace. The first picnic was held at the same place on May 24th and was a great success. Many board meeting at the office of Dr. The calendar of events follows: g Blicher. Many important matM i in e „ %  tera were disposed of. Monday. August 10—8 p. m., meeting of the board of directors. ~ Beth LI Congregation and SisTuesday—4 p. m., meeting of terhood held their regular monththe Girl Scouts; 7:80 p. m., meetly meeting Tuesday night at the ing of Cub Pack (Boy Scouts); 8 home of the president, Irving p. m., meeting of Boy Scouts. Moss. Various important matters ... were discussed pertaining to high \\ ednesday—\\ omen s night in Miss Hindalyn Kottleman is at the Juliette Low camp for girls in Georgia for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Al Prinsky had as their week-end guests Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dubbin of Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Dubbin are on a tour through Alabama and Georgia for the remainder of the summer. bowling alleys; pool and ping pong. Thursday Meeting of chess group. holidays and activities for the com. ing winter. B'nai B'rith lodge sponsored a ami was a great success, many Friday—11 a. m., class in ballet card party Thursday night at the requests have reached the social j and tap dancing for children; 8 p. Monterey Hotel, proceeds going committee to conduct such anothm., religious services at temple towards a picture to be given for er picnic. Aquatic sports, athletic and synagogues. the children on August 16th. Jack Hoffman returned home from Plymouth, where he was a councillor at Camp Wewa for boys. Miss Rosalie Feinberg of Lake Wales visited her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Sternberg, for three weeks. Cohen, Metropolitan A. A. U. hammer throw champion; James Sand. lei-. New England intercollegiate high jump champion: Victor Cohen, intercollegiate high jump champion; Harry Hoffman, intercollegiate quarter-mile champion; Milton Billig, former New York school boy sprinting champion; Nathan Jaeger, runner-up for the national walking championship; Harry Werbin, long distance runner; Sol Menaker, former University of Pittsburgh sprinter; Jay Gruen, I shotputter. The full program of the carnival will comprise 2:! A. A. U. events and a number of others closed to labor organizations. The open events are: the 100-yard dash. 220-yard dash. 440-yard run, 880yard run, one-mile run, 2211-yard low hurdles, 120-yard high hurdles, three-mile run, two-mile walk, twomile Bteplechase, 440-yard hurdles, one-mile relay, 110-yard relay, fivemile run, pole vault, running broad jump. 16-pound shotput, discus throw. 56-pound weight throw, running high jump, running hop, slop and jump. 10-pound hammer throw and javelin throw. Closed events include the 100yard dash, one-mile walk, baseball throw and 440-yard relay for men. and iii-yanl dash, basketball throw and 240-yard relay for women, in addition to a special intercity halfmile relay for men. Olympic Chatter Marty (llickman and Sam Stoller, two of Uncle Sam's Olympians, are getting a big kick out of having stalwart Nazi storm troopers greet them a dozen times a day with "Heil Hitler" What Sam and Marty say in reply we leave to your imagination incidentally, Glickman, who was a 50-to-l shot for the Olympic team, told his friends last February that he would be in Berlin in August Elizabeth Holm Jarrett, the swimming champion, who was heaved off the American Olympic team for training violations, missed hei Jewish coach, Charlotte Epstein of the Women's Swimming Association Miss Epstein, you will remember, resigned from the American Olympic committee and I to go to Berlin Hespite the boy:oi' there will be a lot more Jewish athletes in the Olympics than most people expect Poland, Hungary. Austria, England, Prance and the United Slates have Jews on their teams. (Copyright, 1986, by Seven Arts Feature Syndicate) A. Z. A. to Begin Palestine Work Los Angeles (WNS)—Pledging a nation-wide campaign of activities in the interests of the Jewish Homeland in Palestine, the Aleph Zadek Aleph, junior B'nai B'rith order, voiced its determination to become the leading Jewish youth organization in this country working for Palestine in a resolution adopted at its 13th annual international convention. The 400 delegates decided to co-operate with the Zionist Organization of America and to send their executive secretary, Julius Bisno of Oman-., to Palestine next February to organize A. /.. A. chapters there and to Be about developing an A. /.. A. forest in the Homeland. A. /.. A. habecome established in Bulgaria, the convention was told, and a visitor from Shanghai, China, said he would undertake organization of a chapter in that city. The convention also voted to make a survey of the problem of directing Jewish youth into professions and jobs that are not overcrowded, al organize a national vocational guidance board. Lowell Adelson, Oakland. Cal., Was elected president. Other officers elected are: Vice-president, Alvin Fink, St. Paul; junior members supreme advisory council, Harry Rothman, St. Louis, and Ben Barkin, Milwaukee; grand councilors, district 1, Bill Cohen, Newport, R. I.; district 2, Aaron Rosenberg, Cleveland Heights, Ohio; district 3, IMoe Gorelick; Allentown, Pa.; district 4, Mayer Frieden, Los Angeles; district 5, Sidney Shukoff, Atlanta; district 6, Alvin Fink, St. Paul; district 7, Abe Blumenfeld, Memphis, Tenn; Canada, Sid Oreck, Winnipeg. Sol Stern of Portland, Ore., won the national A. Z. A. oratorical contest, with Abe Kaplan of Duluth, Minn., and William Bobbins of Columbus, Ohio, second and third. The Portland, Ore., chapter was declared the best allaround chapter. Nordaunian chap, ter of Kansas City received the award for the best scout work. The Mansfield, Ohio, chapter won the Joseph H. Biben trophy for the best chapter publication. Nathan Straus chapter of Los Angeles defeated the Texas district for the A. Z. A. soft ball championship, and the Menorah chapter of Los Angeles ran off with the A. Z. A. track meet. Individual prizes went to Ben Barkin of Milwaukee as the boy who best exemplifies A. Z. A. ideals, to Jack Lapidus for the best communal work, to Myron Karlin, Santa Monica, Cal., for the best religious work, and to Judcll I.uke of Kansas City for the best English essay.



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Friday, August 7, 1930 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Society A special meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held next Tuesday, August 10th, at 8 p. m., when plans for the annual picnic of the organization will be acted on. This picnic will be held at Hardie's Casino Sunday, August 16th, beginning at 9 a. m. and lasting all day. Delicious homemade goodies will be served at nominal prices. In charge of arrangements is a committee headed by Mrs. William Clein. She will be assisted by Mesdames Nathan Adelman, J. Hirsch, M. Rappaport, H. Trageer, Moe Pallott, H. Shulman, B. Chertkoff, M. Rosenthal, Max Mintzer, M. Weinberger and B. Hirshfield. Former Governor Doyle Carlton, candidate for United States senator to succeed the late Park Trammell, will arrive in Miami to close his campaign next Monday night at Bayfront Park. Appealing to the Democratic voters on his record as governor of Florida, Mr. Carlton pledges an aggressive representation of the state's interests in the United States senate. Numerous meetings are being held in his interest in this area and some of the foremost citizens are actively working for his election. All are urging that the voters go to the polls next Tuesday, August 11th, to cast their votes in this important election. Because of his knowledge of conditions affecting South Florida, among them the tariff on citrus fruits, the many friends of former Governor Carlton urge that he is the proper man for the office. Page Five Hope for Early Return to Normalcy In a production sweeping with song and scented with romance, Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy, those celebrated co-stars of "Naughty Marietta," come to the screen of the Tivoli Theatre next Sunday, Monday and Tuesday in the well known characters of the light opera, "Rose Marie." Under their magic spell the full beauty of "The Indian Love Call," "Rose Marie, I Love You," "Song of the Mounties," and other classics from the Herbert StothartJerusalem (WNS-Paicor Agency) During an extensive visit to Jewish settlements in Camaria High CommisMoner Sir Arthur Waucliope told a group of workers and watchmen with whom he was conversing: "I hope the present situation will soon be quieter, enabling you to return to your normal labors." Arab clerks in all municipalities in Palestine, including Jerusalem, have signed a memorandum pledging their support to the triple program of the Arab high committee, which demands stoppage of Jewish immigration, a ban on land sales to Jews and establishment of an Arab national government. Daniel Austtr, Jewish vice-mayor of Jerusalem, has sent a letter to Mayor Hussein Khalidi protesting against the participation of Arab municipal officials in Arab political activities. 18,800 Jewish settlers, 4,000 of them in the capitalistic category, entered Palestine during the first .lever months of 1930, the immigration department of the Jewish Agency announces. This week a single steamer brought 450 Jews here, 300 of them being immigrants coming for permanent settlement. CONGRESSMAN DICKSTEIN LRJES REVOCATION a certam Captain Drexel to discuss Keyes' proposal. British Governor of Gibraltar Asked to Aid Jews of Spanish Morocco Gibraltar (WNS)— Alarmed by reports of pogroms against the Jews of Spanish Morocco by the Fascist rebels, the Jewish community here sent a delegation to Gov. ernor General Sir Charles Harrington to plead that he used his good offices for the protection of Morocco Jews. The delegation was headed by A. B. M. Serfaty, presj iilent of the Gibraltar Jewish community, and Chief Rabbi Benaim. j Dispatches received here Indicate that the Jews of Spanish Morocco have suffered actual physical violence, that their property has been | confiscated, and that hundreds of them are herded in concentration j camps because the rebel author-; ities suspect them of sympathizj ing with the Spanish government. Unverified reports from Spain I tell of the destruction of the famous synagogue at Cordoba, where Ma:r.ionides once, preached. This synagogue was returned to the Jewish community in 1985, during the Maimonides octocentennial celebration. It is said to have been destroyed by the Fascists, who control Cordoba. Intercepted \adio messages indicate that the Fascists are employing Nazi tactics to arouse Spain against the Jews; Jewish merchants in towns captured by Fascists have been forced to finance the rebel forces. From Barcelona, where the government is in control, it is reported that the German Jewish refugees have suffered great loss from the civil war. The Jewish community is organizing emergency measures to care for them. In Madrid, where the government is holding off a Fascist siege, j the anti-Semitic paper, A. B. C, has been seized and converted into a government organ, and much anti-Semitic literature has been confiscated and burned. Rudolf Friml score, iive again. More charming even than they were in the record breaking "Naughty Marietta," "Rose Marie" is a Metio-Goldwyn-Mayer triumph. Filmed almost entirely out of doors, in the mountain-like country of the Sierra Nevadas, the pro. duction is a pictorial sensation. Glimmering lakes, towering peaks, dangerous passes, all the beauty of nature, serves as background for the romantic saga of the ^reat Northwest. It was given full benefit of Director W. S. Van Dyke's proven talents, and magnificently mounted by Producer Hunt Stromberg, the successful collaborators of "Naughty Marietta." .lulled ruin, like a bombshell, into the lives of three innocent adults who would otherwise have led a happy, peaceful existence. The victims of the vicious lie that motivates the story are Karen Wright and Martha Dobie, two young college women, who establish a small girls' school in New Enx.;.-i", and Dr. Joseph Cardin, the young local doctor-fiance of Karen, whom Martha secretly also loves. The roles are played by Merle Oberon, Miriam Hopkins and Joel McCrea, respectively, while the part of Mary Tilford, the 12year-old "heavy" of the piece, is played by Bonita Granville. The picture is one that should not be missed. (Continued from Page 1) courage their knowledge of American law and city ordinances pertaining to attacks on friendly nations. Through the collection of real evidence against these groups and the proper presentation of evidence to our courts not even a Jewish judge would dare ignore a complaint. "This group could also be used in digging up evidence against Jew' ish propagandists and thor-1 oughly airing any such evidence in a manner to confound the Jews of this city. In all candor, it is my opinion that the only way to reestablish German good will here is to show the Jews in their true light. Through this method it will be possible to awaken the Christians to the menace they face. And an aroused Christian populace will shortly bring the Jew in his proper place. The writer has had a deal of experience in publicity work. He feels that he could do some very effective work here in the interest of German aims." Mr. Dickstein also quoted from a letter to Keyes j by Richard Paulig, secretary of the German embassy in Washington, making an appointment with DOYLE E. CARLTON for U. S. SENATE I am truly grateful for the support thus far given me in my race for the United States Senate. With continued activity on the part of my friends, emphasized on the day of the primary, August 11, we may expect a substantial majority. In the meantime, please be assured I shall spare no effort to justify your confidence, and in the event of my election I pledge to the people of all Florida a service in keeping with whatever ability I may possess and the highest patriotism at my command. Gratefully yours, DOYLE E. CARLTON. SPECIAL PRIMARY AUGUST 11 (This Ad Paid for by Frlanda of Doyle E. Carlton) The unhappy observation that people are more eager to believe evil than good of their fellow man provides the theme of "These Three," which comes to the Seventh Avenue Theatre, starting Sunday, with Miriam Hopkins, Merle Oberon and Joel McCrea in the title roles. 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Fare Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, August 7, 1936 Jewish News Around the World World Jewish Congress Opening to Be Heard on nlernational Broadcast Geneva (WN'S)—The openinj? session of the first World Jewish Congress at 9:15 p. m. (4:15 p. m., New York time) Saturday evening, August 8th, will be heard over an international radio program to be broadcast to the United States on the National Broadcasting System network. Speakers at the opening session will include Dr. Stephen S. Wise, representatives of the French. Swiss and other governments. Prof, Manly (). Hudson, framer of the minorities rights clauses in the peace treaties and now on the staff of the Institute of Higher Studies at Geneva; Salo Meyer, president of the Confederation of Swiss Jewish Communities; Kmil I.udwig and Dr. Nahum Goldmann. The International Labor Office of the League of Nations will be officially represented by observers at all sessions. On Sunday night, August Oth, a special session of the congress will be devoted to the present situation in Palestine, with Louis Lipsky as the chief speaker. The Sunday morning and afternoon sessions will be jet aside for a review of problems of Jews in various countries, with Jacob Lestchinsky speaking on Poland: A. Trakower will discuss Jewish migration and Leon Kubowitski will talk on the organization of the World Jewish Contress Dr. Georg Bernhard, former editor of the Berlin Yossischo Zeitung and now editor of a refugee paper in Paris, will be the chief speaker at the Monday night session, on the situation of German Jewry. itth homeland is, I am persuaded, an interest which is shared by all who recognize that every people has the inalienable right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. It is a source of renewed hope and courage that, by international accord and by the moral support of the peoples of the world, men and women of Jewish faith have a right to resettle the land where their faith was born and from which much of our modern civilization has emanated." Black Legion Planned to Poison Jews With Typhoid (Jerms Detroit, Mich. (WNS)—That the Black Legion, terrorist organization, pledged to war on Jews, Communists, Catholics and negroes, once planned to infect a large section of Detroit Jewry with typhoid germs injected into supplies of milk and cottage cheese came out at a hearing here during which William Guthrie, Black Legion member, revealed that his basement bathhouse had been scheduled to be the breeding place for the germ cultures and that the plot had failed largely because of his refusal to sanction the use of his place for that purpose. A high officer of the Black Legion and another member, identified as a bacteriologist and chemist, were the authors of the plot, Guthrie charged when investigators from the prosecutor's office questioned him on Black U'gion activities. RABBI A. S. KI.EINFELD who has been called to the pulpit of Temple Israel. Daytona Beach. Kabhi Kleinfeld was formerly rabhi at St. Petersburg and at Miami, Fla. Prior to that he served in Paterson, N. J., and other important pulpits. He is also a musician of note. Rabbi Kleinfeld will assume his duties on August 15th. Identification System Developed New York (WNS) -Patterns formed by the veins and arteries of the retina of the eye may replace finger printing and body measurements as the standard means of identification if a system for classifying these patterns, which has been developed by Dr. Carleton Simon, police department scientist, and Dr. Isidore Goldstein, win the approval of police authorities. The Roosevelt Support Jewish Homeland in Palestine New York (WNS)—President Roosevelt's interest in the rebuilding of Palestine is reiterated in a letter he has addressed to the I'nited Palestine Appeal for publication in that organization's year book, it was revealed here. Addressed to Grover A. Whalen. honorary chairman of the U. P. A. committee sponsoring the year hook, the letter reads as follows: "We need from time to time to renew our faith in those eternal verities which are and which must forever remain the bases of human betterment. First among these is the common aspiration of mankind lo seek communion with the Great Killer of Human Destiny and next is Ihe love of the homeland, which is a natural aspiration of our devotion lo family life. "The interest which I have had and have frequently manifested in (he rebuilding of the ancient JewALVIN WALDER Invites You to the AUTO RADIO SALES & SERVICE MORRIS MANDELBAUM Will He Pleased to Greet His Many Friends at the SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION 299 N. W. FIFTH STREET At N. E. Corner of N. W. Third Ave. SINCLAIR GAS—OPALINE OILS Greasing and Repairing COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVK SKRVICK EAST COAST GLASS CO. Now in New Location—299 N. W. FIFTH STREET -nun iiiiimmiiiHM ii i IIIIIIIII iiiiini ilium in' = c 1208 S. W. EIGHTH ST. 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One of his favorites these days is a pood will appeal. "Good will," tied up with a religious name or that of a synagogue, is often a "winner"—for him. Often playing upon the good name and works of legitimate religious agencies, his telephone and personal solicitors sell advertising or solicit funds —all in the name of "religion." How little actually goes to existing, not fanciful, religious institution* he does not reveal. For the sake of real religious institutions in Greater Miami, which suffer when unscrupulous promoters take funds from kindly but uninformed donors, you should first investigate carefully all such appeals. This paper has the facts available without charge to the public. Get the facts before you give. Be sure bona fide religious institutions and not a slick promoter get the benefit of your dollars. Call any one of Greater Miami's synagogues to make sure. 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Combing Yltie jGWKSh HJUlSty
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Vol. 9No. 32
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 193fi
Price Five CeBts
WORLD JEWISH CONGRESS IPelley Predicts
OPENS TOMORROW IN GENEVA AmerlcaiLPogroms
Geneva (WNS)What is expect,
ed to be the most historic interna-
tional Jewish assembly since Dr.
Theodor Herzl convened the first
World Zionist Congress in Basle 3'J
years ago, will open here in the
meeting hall of the assembly of
impression. The World Jewish
Congress is primarily a consulta-
tive body attempting to submit to
duly accredited representatives of
the Jewish people its findings and
suggestions on important prob-
lems confronting the Jews. The
the League of Nations on the eve- congress does not claim to have a
ning of August 8th, when Dr. Ste- cut and dried, ready made solution
phen S. Wise, president of the for these problems."
American Jewish Congress and
chairman of the Committee of Jew-
ish Delegations, declares the ses-
sions of the first World Jewish
Congress officially opened. Dr.
Wise, who has been the moving
spirit behind the congress, will be
The congress will devote a spe-
cial session to a discussion and
consideration of the present situa-
tion in Palestine. Palestine Jew-
ry will be represented by ten prom, iclared to have been chosen by God
inent leaders: M. M. Ussishkin, Dr. as the savior of the German peo-
Los Angeles (WNS)America
will have pogroms in the near fu-
ture, and "pogrom means simply
'open season on Jews'," William
Dudley Pelley, leader of the sil-
ver-shirted Christian party, told
GOO members of the German-Amer-
ican Folk Union at a meeting here
in the course of a speech in which
he traced the "schemes" of Jews
to "Judaize the world" before 1!40.
Expressing his full sympathy with
the Nazi movement in Germany
and eulogizing the anti-Semitic
sentiments of Hitler, whom he de-
THE WORLD'S WINDOW
By LUDWIG LEWISOHN
By LUDWIG LEWISOHN
This column is copyrighted by
the Seven Arts Feature Syndi-
cate. Reproduction in whole or
in part strictly forbidden. Any
infringement will be prosecuted.
Zen Zion Mossinsohn, Isaac Gruen.
the first speaker, addressing the baum, Rabbi Meyer Berlin, Joseph
delegates on the aims and purposes
of the congress. It is planned to
broadcast a number of sessions on
an international radio hook-up.
Delegates from .'52 countries and
Sprinzak, Zalman Rubashov, Berl
i/ocker, A. Elmaleh, M. Shapiru
and Chief Rabbi B. C. Uziel, Se-
phardic leader.
Even before the opening of the
pie, Pelley announced to his lis-
teners that he, too, had been di-
vinely chosen to save a great na-
tionAmericafrom the Jews.
Among the details he cited of
man persecution and the Polish and
the Roumanian, and these are but
the eternal returns of the typical
situation of the dispersion. And
now there are these five children
in the only place on earth where
we have a solid and well founded
On the edge of the municipality hope of ending some day this re-
of Tel Aviv, where its land bor- current tragedy typical of the dis-
ders on the land of the municipal- persion, of bringing this monstrous
ity of Jaffa, there is a Talmud pendulum of the Galuth to a halt.
Torah, a school for Jewish chil- ] And my friend say that his friends
dren. On July 23rd, when the chil-1 must be persuaded and interested
dren, daring the noon recess, were and emotionally involved. I wish
having their luncheon out in the I could understand all this. Per-
open, Arabs threw a bomb among haps these gentlemen live in a new
them. Five children, two aged 8,, proof ivory tower and read only
two aged !, one aged 11, were very publications strictly guaranteed to
seriously injured. A Jewish and a have no Jewish news. Mv one
British policeman were not far
from the scene. But an Arab mob
observers from a dozen more are congress the Nazi press has start- in 1909, was the bringing about of
the "Jewish plot" to capture Amer- prevented them from pursuing the
ica, which he declared was hatched criminals, and tore an Arab whom
already here. The congress is ex-
pected to last about 10 days, dur-
ing which time it will hear ad-
dresses by such personalities as
Emil Ludwig, Lion Feuchtwanger,
Simon Dubnow, Max Brod, Sholem
Asch, Nahum Goldmann, Menahem
M. Ussishkin and Louis Lipsky.
Dr. Nahum Goldmann, chairman
of the executive committee of the
World Jewish Congress, informed
the WNS correspondent that the
program of the congress will fol-
low the definite schedule of plen-
ary sessions and committee meet-
ings. It is contemplated to have
the World War, which, he said,
"was cut and dried by this group
before it ever started. It was their
scheme for the Gentiles to kill off
small personal contemptible com-
fort was that 1 saw the headlines
in my Yiddish paper"An Araber
bom be fait oif Talmud Torah; finf
he had captured from the grasp of kinder farvundet'"fairly early in
the British policeman. Our people j the day, so that I could hope to
are in a state of (indescribable ex- compose myself by night and sleep,
citement and indignation. Their I do not understand these gen-
extraordinarily high, nay, their in- j tlemen of whom my friend speaks.
Somebody is very queer; is it they
or I To leave aside the names of
ed to distort its purposes. Der
Stuermer, Stretcher's anbi-Semitic
paper, has declared that U. S. Sen-
ator William E. Borah will head a
delegation of 78 members of the each other." He further explained i comparably high civic virtue by
U. S. congress to the Geneva gath- that the appointment of Louis ; all Christian standards is illustrat-
ering. This report is apparently Brandeis to the supreme court ed by the fact that the circa 130,- j the gentlemen my friend is think-
based on the greetings which these bench was the price Woodrow Wil. 000 people of Tel Aviv have been j ing of and mention the nam*s of
members of congress extended son had to pay for "indiscretions" satisfied with indignation, with the colleagues of mine whom I fee)
some time ago to the World Jew- committed with a Jewish woman; weapons of the sr'rit. No Arabs
ish Congress through the Ameri- that Harding was made president have been hanged,
can branch. by the Jews in order to facilitate Imagine a town in Mississippi in
The officia umbers of delegates their loottrg of the treasury; that which American negroes, far high-
er and more civilized men than
from each participating country
are as follows; United States, 75;
Poland, 00; Great Britain, 10;
Hoover's Jewish backers made him
free to mentionis it I who am
queer and mad, or (is it Waldo
Frank and Elmer Rice and Louis
Untermyer and Irwin Edman and
Irving Fineman? At all events, I
nia, 30; Canada, 4; Switzerland, 3;
Austria, 8; South Africa, 4; Ar-
not more than one plenary session France, 10; Palestine, 10; Rouma-
a day, probably in the evenings, so
as to give sufficient time to the
numerous committees and subcom-
mittees to work out concrete plans
for submission to the plenary ses-
sions. "I sincerely trust," Dr.
Goldmann said, "that the newspa-
bring about the depression in or- Palestinian Arabs, had deliberate-' am the on|y American Jewish man
der to give them an opportunity to
put in their "key man"; and that
the present administration is "Red,
Jewish and Communistic." He
gentina, 4; Belgium, 4; Jugosla- j charged the president, whom he
via, 3; Lithuania, 5; Czechoslova-
kia, 8; Italy, 4; Greece, 4; Spain,
1; Danzig, 1; Chile, 1; Uruguay, 1;
Esthonia, 1; Finland, 1; Tunis. .'!;
per correspondents will not in their Algeria, 4; Brazil, 2; Bulgaria, 2;
anxiety for sensational reports Morocco, 4; Portugal, 1. Norway,
quote sentences culled from ', Sweden, Denmark, Mexico, Hun- not be expected from the Associat-
speeches that when removed from gary and Australia are among the ed Press because, according to the
the context convey an erroneous : countries that have sent observers. Pelley figures, 75 per cent of its
New York personnel is Jewish.
called "Frankly Destructive Roose-
velt," with having "put a crew of
Jewish auditors to work in the
basement of the treasury rewrit-
ing the books of this country," and
declared that truthful news could
Cong
Urg
Dickstein
es Revocation
stop Jewish encroachments. Lead- Whether Roosevelt or Landon is
ei ship is needed badly by our | elected in November, he said,
ly wounded five white children.
But the imagination falters in the
first place, and, in the second place,
the thing is of course unthinkable.
What I am emphasizing is the fact
that we are building the first truly
humane and civilized andirony
of ironies"Christian" community
in the world, and, secondly, that
tu call these Arab murderers and
incendiaries and thieves "revolu-
tionaries" or "nationalists" or any-
thing else of the kind is to insult
the intelligence of a moron.
The job of the immediate fu-
ture, at all events, is the job of
civilizing American Jewry: the in-
tellectual and social fugitives and
snobs, the feeble rationalizers of
their own defects and disloyalties,
the climbersin brief, the so-
called upper crust which is, eth-
ically and intellectually, not upper
Christian population. We Ameri- makts no difference, as Jews are !** incident in the American press. I at all, though it is so in its own
can Christians hate and fear the backing both. | The New York Times of Sunday, conceit and in the eyes of the
lew as much as you do in Germany.' Pronouncing himself the savior (which must have received the ca- world. A coil of error and false
Washington (WNS) Revpca- We fjnd them jugt ag muth g men j 0f America in this emergency, Pel- blegram, was silent. If Arabs had argument binds these people in im-
tion of the private detective license ace ag y()U Germans ... But we I 'y declared that the crisis would i l>'n hanged the papers would have palpable chains. And these errors
of Harold C. Keyes, a former mem- have been toQ lazy Qv indifferent j come in a few months and would I heen in a state of frenzy. The dice and arguments are all of a strictly
to check the Jew in our midst." find nis Silver Shirts ready to take | ** loaded against us. We have worldly sort, and if the history of
So far I have seen no record of
of letters who is an active Zion-
ist. Which is no credit to me, but
an appalling commentary on the
stateboth the ethical and the
intellectual state of American
Jewry.
her of the United States secret
service, because he has been in
communication with the German
propaganda service! in., connection
with a scheme to "organize Chris-
tian Americans against Jews" was
asked by Representative Samuel
Dickstein in a letter .to Edward J.
Flynn, secretary of state of New
York. In a long letter to Mr.
Flynn Mr. Dickstein quoted pas-
sages from a letter written by
Keyes to Get man officials and cit-
ed this activity in support of his
request for annulling his license.
Mr. Dickstein quoted Keyes as say-
ing, among other things, that "m
political suffrage the Jew is out-
numbered by the Christians .
But the Christians are not organ-
ized nor sufficiently class and race
conscious to bestir themselves to
The Keyes letter quoted by Mr.
Dickstein also said "it is my con-
tention that German^ nas bfcen
but half-hearted in its attempts
through publicity b, crystallize a
real opposition to the Jew in
America. At heart we in this
country are with German aims and
over the leadership of the nation
and put an end to "Jewish control."
shall nevertheless go on playing
Rumor Weismann and Jabotinsky lhe game_ But now comes a friemj
for United Zionist Front
New York (WNS)The pres-
to play the game of life with load- man, if the history of civilization
d dice. teaches one single thingone sin-
Very well. We know it, and we gle thing and none other whatso-
everit is this: that all worldly
encc in Carlsbad, Czechoslovakia,
of Dr. Chaim Weizmann, president
ambitions as far as checking the I of the Jewish Agency, M. M. Us-
onward march of Jews. The time
is ripe right now for a real cam-
paign to 'crystallize' sentiment
here. But the publicity work
should be in the, hands of native
Americans with the secret fi-
nancial support of German Chris-
tians. The type of men I would
use in such an organization would
be chosen for their tactfulness and
(Continued on Page 5)
sishkin, head of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund, and ninety other
of mine, a very fine, high-minded,
sensitive as well as an extraordi-
narily able man, and says, as he
has said before: "I agree with you
that rit is just too bad that many
of the ablest Jews in America are
Jewishly inactive. But you can't
prominent Jews from Palestine, to- expect Mr. So-and-So and Dr. Thus-
gether with the anticipated arri-
val of Vladimir Jabotinsky, revi-
sionist leader, have given rise to
rumors that Weizmann and Jabot-
insky are negotiating for the es-
tablishment of a united Zionist
front, according to a Jewish Morn-
reasons are bad and perishable rea-
sons, that all action according to
worldly advantage and good repute
is sterile action and leads not to
life but to death.
This cognition is the classical
cognition of all high religion. And
since man has not changed in his
essential nature the truth of this
cognition has not changed either.
Hence the trouble with those rich
ing Journal cable from Prague. this Qeserath Ashkenaz, this Ger-
and-Thus to attend Zionist con-
ventions or to interest themselves
in these matters unless you go to
them and ask their advice and
thus gradually involve them emo- j and reputable and clever and able
tionally." and gifted Jews who are Jewishly
I don'l understand. There is j inactive, who keep Jewish news out
(Continued on Page C) :


Page Two
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Friday, August 7, 1936
'.' i !>j and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan
returned from their vacation last
Tuesday night. Pr. Kaplan will
resume his duties as rabbi of Tem-
ple Israel.

Mrs. I.ouis Zeientz returned to
the city last week after spending' Thirtieth st., this city, is on an j the West Side Jewish Center and
ome time in New York visiting extended trip north. She will re- is now honorary president. Rabbi
relatives and friends. turn in about ten days. Schick will speak at the Beth Ja-
* | cot, Synagogue while here.
Mi. and Mrs. I.ouis Gerson re- Sirs. Louis Hayman and children,
turned to the city last week after Stanley and Sheila Joy, arc spend- Mrs. Ben Rozansky of Washihg-
an absence of eight weeks travel- ing the summer at Mountain ton, D. C, is visiting her parents,
itig through the New England Lodge, Hendersonville, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. M. Shonfeld of this
state-. They were accompanied City. She will be joined here by turn to Miami on Sunday.
on their trip by their daughter, Mrs. V. G. Hagone and son, h< i husband before returning to.
Rosemary. Stanley, and nephew, Jerome Gross, their home the early part of Sep-
have returned to their home in tember. Mrs. Rozansky is the for-
A( i special meeting of the Norfolk, Ya., after a visit with nier Kdna Shonfeld.
board of directors of the Miami Mrs. Ragone's brother-in-law and
Jewish Orthodox Congregation, sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard .1. Si- Morris Mandolbaum, well known
held last Tuesday night, the res- mon, 208 S. W. Twenty-fourth road, for many years as the head of the
ignation of Rabbi Julius Washer ),;.,., Coast Glass Co., announces
as ipiritual head of the congrega- Miss Arlene Aronowitz, daugh- that, together with Mr. C. Roy
tion uas accepted with regret, ter of Dr. and Mis. Samuel Aron- Moussier, he will operate the Sin-
Rabbi Washer has accepted a call owitz, who is in New York visiting ciair Service Station at 290 N. W.
to i northern pulpit. Announce- \ her aunt and uncle, Dr. and Mrs.
menl as to the new rabbi will be S. Wolk, will be joined by her
ma within the next ten lays. mother, Mrs. S. Aronowitz, and
then will travel to Paradise Island
. committee in charge consists of
! Miss Ida Engler, general chair-
man; Mrs. Leo Chaikin, refresh-
ment chairman; Miss Adeline So-
koloff, ticket chairman, and the
Misses Belle Tannen, Rena New-
------i berg, Rose Levin, Edna Adler and
Mrs. II. Lehman.
Fifth st., at the northeast corner
of Fifth st. and Third ave., N. W
Sinclair gas and Opaline oils will
he sold. Greasing and repairing
They will return in of the finest and a complete auto-
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William Clein
of this city. He will return to his
, ... Mrs. I. Scholmk and daughter,
home some time today. *
, t Estelle, returned this week from
The Misses Mildred Clein. Syi- three months' visit to New York,
via Leibovitt and Lois Louis, stu-1 where Mrs. Scholmk was a patient
dents for the summer course at at Polycbn.c Hospital for a month.
ilic University of Illinois, will re-
.Mrs. C. Kaler and children, Do-
reen and Leonard, are spending the
summer as the guests of her sis-
Junior Hadassah is sponsoring ter and brother-in-law, Mr. and
its annual administration buffet |flrg, n Hinimel, M North Bay,
BUpper dance at the Alcazar roof Canada.
Sunday evening, August 16th, at
:> o'clock. Proceeds of this evenl
will be devoted to the relief of
German Jewish refugees in Pales-
tine. Members of every organiza-
tion in Greater Miami are urged
to attend. Murry Grossman, prom-
inent communal worker of this
area, will be master of ceremonies.
Miss Marguerite Midland will be
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footnotes
Mr. Carl Rheinheimer. pronii- in Maine,
n t citizen of Frankfort-am-Main, I September. Miss Aronowlts will motive service will be at the oMs- buffet 8UPPer Wl" be " ^despondence club, find a life
Germany, was the guest of his sis- enter the University of Alabama posal of the customers. Mr. Man- midnight. Admission, including mate and happiness; confidential,
ter and brother-in-law, Mr. and ,t Tuscaloosa this fall. delbaum invites his many friends "PP*". w' be two .1.....irs per na.icn-wide service. For Informa-
Mrs. L. .1. Hart! of this city, for to pay him a visit at this service k""!'1^ Reservations may be mad;' .. n write: HOME CORRESPOND-
.past week, returning to hi- Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Fisher and station. The East Coast Glass Co. P* Phoningr 5-2888 and 5-3927. The BNCE CLUB. BOX 47. MAY-
present home in New York City their attractive daughter. Marjory, will also be located at this address.
Wednesday morning. While here have returned to Miami Beach
he was entertained by his niece after a motor trip to New York. A resolution endorsing the move-
and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Rot- While in New York Dr. Fisher en- ment to abolish the poll tax in
fort, tered upon a course of post-grad- the state of Florida was unani-
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Rotfort, prom- uate study, involving the most ad- mously passed at the meeting of
inent communal workers of this vanced features of his profession, the Civic League of Miami Beach,
area, returned to the city after ncld Tuesday night at the Cafe del
having spent their vacation tour- Rabbi and Mrs. Jacob H. Kap- la I'aix, Miami Beach. The poll
ing through New York, Ohio, Penr.- ,an of Temple Israel will reside in tax was branded as an unnecessary
sylvania and other northern states, their new home 6996 Albacore evil and a pernicious influence
drive, Miami Beach, following their towards corruption in politics.
The next meeting of the local return from a vacation trip in the William Masur, chairman of the
B'nai B'rith lodge will be held the East. Rabbi Kaplan was a dele- entertainment committee, an-
lattei part of August, due notice gate to the National Conference of nounced that the organization will
of which will appear in the next Human Relations at Blue Ridge, sponsor a dance at the Honey
issue of the Jewish Floridian. \\ ('. Plaza Palm Gardens on Sunday
J evening. August 30th, 1936. A
Mr. and Mrs. I. Roth, prominent Dr. Charles Beckwitt, optome- well known orchestra and enter
citizens of Miami Beach, are leav- trist, 36 N. E. First ave., has re- tainment by prominent artists i:
ing for a trip to New York, where turned from Detroit, where he at- the stage, screen and radio will be
they will visit their children and tended the annual congress of the featured.
relatives. American Optical Association. He A motion was unanimously
reported that delegates to the con- passed providing for the organi/.a-
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Farr and vention who objected to holding tion of a diamondball team to rep-
their daughter, Irene, returned the annual meeting in Miami "on resent the Civic League.
fro,,, a visit to Paterson, N. J., the grounds that it was too far The roster of the organization
where they spent some time with south for a summer convention," continued to grow with the addi-
their daughter, Mrs. Harry J. Sol- found Detroit with a temperature tion of ten new members.
Sol S. Goldstrom, chairman of
the hospital committee, reported
"""" of 110 degrees, and Miami dele-
gates lost no time in giving them
Mr, and Mrs. Harry J. Solomon the Miami summer temperatures, j on further plans for the organi-
of Paterson, N. J., announce the zation and establishment of the
birth of a daughter, Ronne Lee. Mrs. Bessie Teller and her National Children's Convalescent
Mrs. Solomon is the former Sylvia daughters, Jeanette and Sylvia, of Home at Miami Beach, being spon-
Farr of this city.
*
Mrs. Helen Farber, daughter of
Mrs. Lillian Farber of 819 N. W.
Miami Beach, left Monday for | sored by the Civic League.
Hendersonville, N. C, where they
Tip -Toes
will spend the remainder
summer.
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are spending a vacation in the re-
sorts of North Carolina. They will
return to Miami August loth.
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Rabbi Dr. Joseph Schick, rabbi
of West Side Jewish Center, New
York, is visiting at the Harrison
Hotel, 401 Washington ave., on a
short vacation, as the guest of
Philip Liberman, president of he
Mercantile National Bank of Miami
beach, and president of Beth Ja-
cob Congregation, Miami Beach.
Mr. Liberman was the founder of
Miss Rena Newberg returned to
the city after a vacation spent in
the North.
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Mrs. Jack Pallott returned to
Miami this week following a visit
with relatives and friends in Tren-
ton, N. J.
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Mr. Edwmu Jacobs of \,.w York
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his parents-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. .1.
(iell, of Miami Beach. Mr. Jacobs
is the husband of Mrs. Rose Ja-
cobs, president of Senior Hadas-
sah, who is now in Basle, Switz-
erland, attending the World Jew-
ish Congress. Mr. Jacobs will re-
turn to his home some time today.
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business man of Atlanta, Ga., is
visiting his father. Mr. Abram Ja-
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FRIDAY. Vo AUGUST 7, 9_No. 32 1936
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Rabbis?
We were today asked: "Why do you permit those not
entitled, to call themselves rabbi?"
Our answer was simple "There is no law that will
prevent anyone designating himself a rabbi, though he is no
more entitled to this dignified appellation than a non-Jew
would be."
We are reminded of the story ... A caretaker of a Jewish
orphan asylum some thirty-odd years ago, becoming imbued
with the importance of his position, assumed the title of
"doctor," believing this would enhance his value to the insti-
tution. Regarding it as more of a joke than otherwise, the
directors of the institution did not object. A learned cleric,
on a visit to the institution, was greeted at the door by his
arrives in this area and while en route becomes a "rabbi."
Need we remind you of the occasion, a few years ago, when
a Miami Jewish chauffeur, erstwhile waiter in a Miami Reach
hotel, en route to Tampa with another charlatan., wonder
caretaker, who introduced himself as "doctor" so and so.
The learned cleric, appraising the general appearance of the
caretaker, inquired: "Are you a doctor of medicine, doctor of
philosophy or, perhaps, doctor of divinity?" The reply of
the caretaker came back immediately: "No, none of them
kind, I'm just a PLAIN doctor."
We in the South have been cursed with the fact that
many a "mohel," "melamed." "shoched." "chazon" and ig-
norant "shamos or sexton" assumed the title of "rabbi." The
non-Jewish world unfortunately takes it for granted that
one calling himself "rabbi" is in fact entitled to this title
and is in fact a respected leader of a Jewish community.
Many a solicitor for "yeshivos." orphan asylums, hospitals,
working "rebbe," became ... of all things ... a "rabbi"?
It is high time that Jewry for their own protection take
steps to denounce those who have wrongfully assumed this
important title. In Miami a step in the right direction was
taken several months ago when the Greater Miami Jewish
Board of Ministers was formed. Only RECOGNIZED rabbis,
those with standing, and, in fact, ENTITLED to the term
"rabbi"; those HOLDING PULPITS with SYNAGOGUES in
ACTUAL and NOT "ETHEREAL" existence were permitted
to join.
It is high time that we prevent the use of the term
"rabbi" by charlatans and others. Laymen, both Jews and
non-Jews,"can help if they will only try.___________________
Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency)
Urged by the Jewish Agency for
Palestine to launch a program of
road construction to promote great-
er security for the Jewish commu-
nity, the government has agreed
to the immediate building of di-
rect highways between important
Jewish centers in Palestine. Three-
main arteries will be built by the
government linking Jewish urban
and rural districts in a direct line.
These will avoid Arab sections of
the country where many attacks
upon Jews have occurred during
the present disturbances.
A direct route will be opened by
extension of the northern road
from Tel Mond to Hedera, con-
necting the Northern charon and
Emek Hefer with the all-Jewish
city of Tel Aviv and Haifa in the
north. The appropriation for this
work has been increased from
300,000 to $500,000. The second
road projected will lead from Gin-
egar to Nahalal, diverting north
and southbound traffic through
Jewish areas and thus avoiding
Nazareth. The third highway will
stretch from Afuleh to Shutta,
connecting the Ain Harod district
with the haifa highway, which
were linked previously only by
railway. Jewish labor will be em-
ployed on these projects.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
London (WNS) The sharpest
attack on Nazi Germany heard in
the British parliament in a long
| lime was made by Sir Austen
j Chamberlain, former foreign sec-
1 retary, when he told the house of
commons that he "would not take
on my shoulders the blame for
j turning over other peoples to the
hands of a government which re-
fuses to recognize the human rights
of its own citizens, and forces them
into virtual slavery." Speaking
I briefly, but to the point, on the
1 debate over Britain's foreign pol-
icy, Sir Austen said "how can one
entrust such a government with
colonial peoples?"
Asks Falashas Be Converted to
.Modern Judaism
Strictly
Confidential
Tidbits From Everywhere
: that Alf M. Landon, as chairman
of the Ossawatomie State Hospital,
Kansas, condones the regulation
that only Gentiles need apply for
the post of resident physician.
Rome (WNS)Conversion of the
Falashas, the black Jews of Ethi-
opia, to those tenets of Judaism
accepted by the Jews of the world
was urged upon Italian Jewish
leaders by Jacques Faitlovitch, ex-
ecutive director of the American
Pro-Falasha Committee, who is in
charge of Jewish activities in be-
half of the Falashas. During a
conference with leaders of the
Italian Jewish community Dr. Fait-
lovitch urged them to make real
Jews out of the Falashas before
attempting to Italianize them.
Lookie here: "Y" diamondball
team in first place!
After finishing in seventh place
during the first half of the Miami
Beach League, the "Y" diamond-
^^^^ ball team has tak-
jfH^v ''" "n muen n,'i'('-
ed new life to
gain a tie for first
place with the
Marine A. C,
each winning five
games and losing
two. It is indeed
a splendid comeback, considering
that there is nary a player bat-
ting ,300, which brings back mem-
ories of the Chicago White Sox,
hitless wonders of 1919. Captain
Davis I.ackowitz, who was on the
sick list for quite some time, is
now back in the lineup and will
unquestionably bolster the batting
attack of the team.
Manager Max Goldstein truly de-
serves a round of applause for his
tireless efforts in bring about har-
mony on the team and molding a
winning team from a supposed
crew of diamondball players, many
of whom are still learning the
game. Seven games remain on the
schedule to complete the second
half of the race. Following are
the standings, including Tuesday,
August 4, Looks good, eh, fans?
W. L. Pet.
I Y. M. H. A....................... 6 2 .714
Marine A. C................. 5
Walton Flooring ............ 4
Better Foods .................. 4
Migroco .......................... 4
WIOD-News .................. 4
Antlers ............................ 3
Hathaway Roofing........ 2
Normy Thaler, cleanup hitter on
the team, justified his position by
smacking out a home run with two
men on base to defeat the Hath-
away Roofing team, to 6. In
their game with the Miami Fed-
eration of Musicians the "Y" boys
copped the honors, 6 to 8, behind
; the effective hurling of Abe Wei-
ner, that man with the dog, re-
i member? This game put the mu-
sic makers to shame for the sec-
ond time, so what?
2 .714
3 .571
4 .500
4 .500
1 .500
5 .375
5 .287
By PHINEAS J. BIBON
Boycott News
The president of an eastern uni-
versity, which was the center of a
bitter controversy over Nazi prop-
aganda in its German department
last year, may find that his role
in that scrap will cost him the
presidency of one of the leading
universities of the South The
threat of a boycott has forced the
Loew chain of theatres to cancel
a plan to show Max Schmeling and
his wife on its vaudeville circuit
. John I). Hamilton, Landon's
dynamic campaign manager, never
answered the inquiry how come
Whisperings
It is being whispered in London
and I'anis that Charles Lindbergh's
much publicized visit to Germany
was a slick attempt by Qoebbels
to gain some much needed inter-
national good will for Nazi Ger-
many When the real story of
tin Spanish rebellion is told a num-
ber of leading European Fascist
statesmen will be exposed as hav-
ing had a hand in it Emil Jan-
nings, the film star who was once
a great favorite in America, has
accepted an appointment as state
j actor for the Nazi government .
Mrs. Leon Blum, spouse of the
French premier, is the second wife
of that Jewish statesman The
robes worn by Nazi judges must j
now be decorated with the swas-
tika Elizabeth Bergner, emigre
German film actress, is pleading
with Francis Lederer, Czech Jew-
ish star, to join her in the film
version of Henri Bernstein's
"Melo," which is now being made
in London Quoting from Hit-
ler's speeches or writings to prove
anything is now verboten tn Ger-
many without the special permis-
sion of the Nazi party's commis-
sion on literature.
Personalia
Robert Rodenkirchen, German-
born Jersey City schoolboy, indig-
nantly refused an invitation to rep-
resent Germany in the Olympic
Are You Going?
Ladies and Gentle Peoples: This
Wednesday, August 12th, our long
awaited amateur program will be
presented to the members and pub-
lic at Kaplan Hall, located at 137
N. E. Nineteenth st. From view-
along a few extra hankies to wipe
ing advance preparations it would
be well for each of you to bring
away the teams of laughter that
will come streaming from watch-
ing the amateurs. Among the art-
ists that have graciously offered
their services are Joe Leitel, Janet
Karasic, Phil Weintraub, Maurice
Foder, Dorothy Harris, Clarice
Shier, Dave Traeger, Charley Wei-
ner, Larry Schwartz. Hy Webman,
Sarah Lehrman, Al LehrilUUl,
Ethel Pont, Edward Diamond,
Fannie Pollack, Sylvia Rachek,
Sonia Glutman, Sherwood Lavine.
Rose Levy, Shirley Kraft, Jack
.Mincer, Peritz Scheinberg, Edith
Feinberg, Telma Groper, Cal Pont,
Ada Stein, Evelyn Beckerman and
June Toursch. Chester Alexander
and B. B. B. are lending their aid
to make this affair a real fun fes-
tival.
The treat is yours, come one,
come all; no admission.
The Y. M. H. A. membership is
increasing steadily by the labors of
our executive director, Boris
Schlachman. Among the old mem.
bers who are coming back into
our fold, plus the new, are: Dr.
Morris Goodman, Abe Aronovitz,
Leo Ackerman, Leonard Epstein,
M. Victor Miller, H. Y. Waldorf,
Sam Hyman, Edwin Rubin, Meyer
Schwartz and George E. Scholnik.
Congratulations to Vivian Zees-
man and Sylvia Chertkoff, who
were in charge of the Junior Coun-
cil dance, held Sunday at the Royal
Palm Club. Their efforts were
well rewarded by the large crowd
that attended.
Three couples were selected to
enter the finals of their dance con-
test. Among the lucky winners
were: Milt Friedman and Jeanette
Seligman, Larry Schwartz and Es-
ther Cromer, and George Altman
and Irene Fair.
An educational contest was in-
augurated on the Beach Sunday
with BBB as If. C, Gladys Green-
berg winning first honors in the
spelling contest and Shirley Ros-
enthal the geography honors.
Rose Dubler won first prize for
her skit dealing with the new
craze, knock, knock, who's there?
Emma. Emma who? Emma go-
ing to have trouble with you, etc.,
and they bang pictures.
This Monday the Juniors will
offer an interesting program, with
many surprises for you all.
Mrs. Sam Shindel, vice-president
of the Y. M. H. A., lost six pounds
during the expected storm last
Tuesday.
Mr. Capinus addressed a large
audience at the women's meeting
Tuesday. He explained the work
of carrying out a minstrel such as
the Y. W. is trying to undertake.
Tuesday. August 11th, plans are
under way to receive a capacity au-
dience at the women's get-together.
A speaker, entertainment ^ind
refreshments at your disposal.
games Rodenkirchen, who es-
tablished a new world's record for
the 200 meters recently, is not yet
eligible to compete for Uncle Sam
. Collecting Lincolniana is the
hobby of Governor Horner of Il-
linois ... He already has more
than 0,500 items Sidney Car-
dozo, nephew of Supreme Court
Justice Cardozo, is giving signs of
being a promising actor .
Friends of the late Dr. David Neu-
mark, professor of Jewish philos-
ophy at the Hebrew Union Col-
lege, commemorated his 70th birth-
day on August 3rd We erred
in reporting that Charlotte Ep-
stein, coach of the Women's Swim-
ming Association, had gone to Ger-
many to attend the Olympics at
her own expense Miss Epstein
sailed on the Exochereta for a tour
of Italy and Egypt ... A new
treatment to keep bread from get-
ting stale has been perfected by
A. K. Epstein and B. R. Harris of
Chicago Dr. Marie Pichel War-
ner, eminent gynecologist, is the
producer of a motion picture film
called "Methods of Contraception '
. Governor Lehman and Mrs.
Ruth Bryan Owen are getting
ready to extend mazel tovs to
each other Mrs. Robert Leh-
man, daughter of Mrs. Owen, is
infanticipating Her husband
is a cousin of the governor.
(Copyright, 1986, by Seven Arts
Feature Syndicate)
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THE JEWISH FLOEIDIAN
Friday, August 7, 1930
Jacksonville News
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Goldman of
Lake Wales announce the birth of
a son, Paul Martin, on July 23rd.
Mrs. D. D. Israel, who has been
attending summer school at the
Georgia State College for Women
at Milledgeville, will visit rela-
tives and friends in Athens, At-
lanta, Macon and Americus, Ga.,
before returning home.
L
STATEWIDE
Dr. Leonard H. Grunthal re-
turned from a motoring trip to
North Carolina, where he left Mrs.
Grunthal and the children, Anne
and Leonard, jr., for a several
week-' stay in the mountains.
Mr. and Mrs. L. I'. Lippman
have gone to Jacksonville Beach
f>.i two weeks and will be guests
of .Mrs. Lippman's brother-in-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. B.
Weil, in their cottage, Carol Inn.
Tampa Notes
Mrs. L. Gershon of Dallas, Texas,
is the guest of her brother and
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. L. Per-
etzman.
Mr. A. A. Finkelstein, executive
secretary of the Tampa Y. M. H.
A., returned after spending a few
days in New York City and
Charleston, S. C, with relatives
ami friends.
I'rny W. Zacharias, Max Ober-
dorfer and Julius Mack, jr., have
returned from a visit to Miss Har-
riet Zacharias, who is spending the
summer at Eagle's Nest camp, near
Brevard, N. C. Miss Zacharias
celebrated her eleventh birthday
while her father and his friends
were there.
Miss llelene Kantor and Miss
Hal nan Ruth Hard man of Atlanta,
Ga., are the guests of their uncle
ami aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Brouse.
Forming a congenial party were
the week-end guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Solomon in their home at
Neptune, Miss Luella Anderson of
St. Paul, Minn., Miss Peulss, Mr.
and Mrs. Dave Levy, Mrs. J. A.
Miller and young son, Donald, of
New Orleans, La., and Mr. and Mrs.
Al Josephson and daughter, Gloria.
Mrs. David Levy entertained in
her home in Avondale with a de-
lightful birthday dinner party re-
cently honoring Mrs. Joe Solomon.
Intimate friends and relatives of
the honoree and hostess were pres-
ent at this dinner. Among the
out-of-town guests were: Mrs. J.
A. Miller and son, Donald, of New
Orleans, La., and Miss I.uella An-
derson of St. Paul, Minn.
Our Sport World
By IRV KLPCI.NET
(Bertram Jonas Pinch-Hitting)
Jewish Champions
The World Labor Athletic Car-
nival to be held at Randall's Is-
land Municipal Stadium. New
York, on August 15th and 16th is
shaping up as the greatest out-
pouring of Jewish track and field
stars ever assembled in one place
at the same time. There will be
at least 50 Jewish regional, colle-
giate. A. A. U. and national cham-
pions entered in the meet. The
Jewish entries will do much to
disabuse the notion that American
Jews play only a small role in
track and field. Most of us know
Jewish stars in boxing, bas-
ketball, wrestling and baseball, but
the record of Jews in track and
field should be more widely known.
Following i> a list of some of
the outstanding Jewish entries in
the World Labor Athletic Carni-
val: Milton Sandier, former na-
600-yard and half mile
chain] ion; Arthur Rosenstein, hold-
I S. record for the
I 500- i alk; William Steili-
irld'
unners; liar,,.
St. Petersburg
Notes
Mrs. Ed Goldman and children
are visiting relatives in Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wittner and
family left for Miami Beach,
where they will spend the month
of August.
West Palm Beacn
Notes
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Halpern of
the Dixie Terrace apartments sailed
from Miami on the Shawnee Fri-
day for a month's vacation in New
Mr. and Mrs. Al Rubin and York and other eastern cities,
daughter left for Richmond, Va., r-ijm
and will go fe> there to New, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Goldman
York. Atlantic City. N. J., and oth.' and son Stanton, ****
er northern points. They will be Ocala, where they visited with M,.
back about the middle of Septem-' Nathan Goldman and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Friedman
of 1115 Okeechohee road announce
Orlando Notes
Mrs. A. H. Spivack has returned
to her home in New York after
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
1. N. Burman, for several weeks.
Mrs. Abe Shapiro is visiting in
Macon and Atlanta, Ga.
Mrs. Nat Berman, Mrs. Belle
Hoffman and children are vacation-
ing at Daytona Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Goldsmith
of Tallahassee are making their
I future home in Orlando.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Streifer
have returned to Kingston, N. Y.,
after visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Mei-
; ten, Mrs. Streifer's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Safer had as
their guests Mr. and Mrs. Coleman
Leibovitz of Jacksonville, parents
of Mrs. Safer.
Mrs. Eugene Spiegle and daugh-1 the engagement and approaching
ters are vacationing in Chicago man jagc of their daughter, Rose,
with relatives. to Leon J. Mass, the marriage to
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gardner tak "la"' A*Wt "'^
and family have left by motor for A surprise party was rendered to (|iscussion g,.oup of Congre-
New York City, Philadelphia and Mr. and Mrs. Leon L. Haliczer at ^ ^ ^ W-BM.
Youngstown. Ohio, and expect to their tenth wedding anniversary. ^ ^ home rf
be gone one month. The Judaic Council, ofwhich Mrs. J ^ Atrgintar.
| Haliczer i. a member, join in wish- ^ N Herman as
, ,,. mg them many happy returns of
Miss Lillian I'crctzman of Miami ,
,. the day.
Beach returned after spending a
few weeks here with her aunt and
uncle, Mr. and Mrs. L. Poretzman.
Mrs. Max Blattner and daugh-
ters, Ethel and Jean, left this week
for Hendersonville, N. C, to spend
the remainder of the summer.
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Burnett Roth of Miami was a
visitor in Orlando the past week.
leader.
-------------------------------------! Mrs. Martin Dubbin returned
events, dancing and all sorts of from a month's vacation spent ill
games, also delicious foods pre- Philadelphia and New York.
u. i..,.; umj, f itionta pared by the lady members of the
Jack Morris, and his aunt and un- u,,cs
Mrs. Sam Berger left Tuesday
for Newport News, Va., where she
will visit for several weeks. After
visiting relatives there Mrs. Ber-
ger will go to New York to pur-
chase fall merchandise for her
; dress shop.
cle, Mr. and Mrs. L. Peretxman.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Finman re-
turned after spending several
weeks in Hartford, Watertown and
New York City.
Y. M. H. A. NOTES
The second picnic of the season
is being planned for Sunday, Au-
gust 23rd, to be held at Temple
Terrace. The first picnic was held
at the same place on May 24th
and was a great success. Many
board meeting at the office of Dr.
The calendar of events follows: g Blicher. Many important mat-
m i in e tera were disposed of.
Monday. August 108 p. m.,
meeting of the board of directors. ..... ~ "
Beth LI Congregation and Sis-
Tuesday4 p. m., meeting of terhood held their regular month-
the Girl Scouts; 7:80 p. m., meet- ly meeting Tuesday night at the
ing of Cub Pack (Boy Scouts); 8 home of the president, Irving
p. m., meeting of Boy Scouts. Moss. Various important matters
... were discussed pertaining to high
\\ ednesday\\ omen s night in
Miss Hindalyn Kottleman is at
the Juliette Low camp for girls
in Georgia for the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Prinsky had as
their week-end guests Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Dubbin of Miami. Mr. and
Mrs. Dubbin are on a tour through
Alabama and Georgia for the re-
mainder of the summer.
bowling alleys; pool and ping pong.
Thursday Meeting of chess
group.
holidays and activities for the com.
ing winter.
B'nai B'rith lodge sponsored a
ami was a great success, many Friday11 a. m., class in ballet card party Thursday night at the
requests have reached the social j and tap dancing for children; 8 p. Monterey Hotel, proceeds going
committee to conduct such anoth- m., religious services at temple towards a picture to be given for
er picnic. Aquatic sports, athletic and synagogues. the children on August 16th.
Jack Hoffman returned home
from Plymouth, where he was a
councillor at Camp Wewa for boys.
Miss Rosalie Feinberg of Lake
Wales visited her grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. B. Sternberg, for
three weeks.
Cohen, Metropolitan A. A. U. ham-
mer throw champion; James Sand.
lei-. New England intercollegiate
high jump champion: Victor Cohen,
intercollegiate high jump cham-
pion; Harry Hoffman, intercolle-
giate quarter-mile champion; Mil-
ton Billig, former New York school
boy sprinting champion; Nathan
Jaeger, runner-up for the nation-
al walking championship; Harry
Werbin, long distance runner; Sol
Menaker, former University of
Pittsburgh sprinter; Jay Gruen,
I shotputter.
The full program of the carni-
val will comprise 2:! A. A. U.
events and a number of others
closed to labor organizations. The
open events are: the 100-yard dash.
220-yard dash. 440-yard run, 880-
yard run, one-mile run, 2211-yard
low hurdles, 120-yard high hurdles,
three-mile run, two-mile walk, two-
mile Bteplechase, 440-yard hurdles,
one-mile relay, 110-yard relay, five-
mile run, pole vault, running broad
jump. 16-pound shotput, discus
throw. 56-pound weight throw,
running high jump, running hop,
slop and jump. 10-pound hammer
throw and javelin throw.
Closed events include the 100-
yard dash, one-mile walk, baseball
throw and 440-yard relay for men.
and iii-yanl dash, basketball throw
and 240-yard relay for women, in
addition to a special intercity half-
mile relay for men.
Olympic Chatter
Marty (llickman and Sam Stol-
ler, two of Uncle Sam's Olympians,
are getting a big kick out of hav-
ing stalwart Nazi storm troopers
greet them a dozen times a day
with "Heil Hitler" What Sam
and Marty say in reply we leave
to your imagination incident-
ally, Glickman, who was a 50-to-l
shot for the Olympic team, told
his friends last February that he
would be in Berlin in August .
Elizabeth Holm Jarrett, the swim-
ming champion, who was heaved
off the American Olympic team for
training violations, missed hei
Jewish coach, Charlotte Epstein of
the Women's Swimming Associa-
tion Miss Epstein, you will
remember, resigned from the
American Olympic committee and
I to go to Berlin He-
spite the boy:oi' there will be a
lot more Jewish athletes in the
Olympics than most people expect
. Poland, Hungary. Austria,
England, Prance and the United
Slates have Jews on their teams.
(Copyright, 1986, by Seven Arts
Feature Syndicate)
A. Z. A. to Begin
Palestine Work
Los Angeles (WNS)Pledging
a nation-wide campaign of activ-
ities in the interests of the Jewish
Homeland in Palestine, the Aleph
Zadek Aleph, junior B'nai B'rith
order, voiced its determination to
become the leading Jewish youth
organization in this country work-
ing for Palestine in a resolution
adopted at its 13th annual inter-
national convention. The 400 del-
egates decided to co-operate with
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica and to send their executive
secretary, Julius Bisno of Oman-.,
to Palestine next February to or-
ganize A. /.. A. chapters there and
to Be about developing an A. /.. A.
forest in the Homeland. A. /.. A.
ha- become established in Bulgaria,
the convention was told, and a vis-
itor from Shanghai, China, said he
would undertake organization of a
chapter in that city. The conven-
tion also voted to make a survey
of the problem of directing Jew-
ish youth into professions and jobs
that are not overcrowded, al
organize a national vocational
guidance board.
Lowell Adelson, Oakland. Cal.,
Was elected president. Other offi-
cers elected are: Vice-president,
Alvin Fink, St. Paul; junior mem-
bers supreme advisory council,
Harry Rothman, St. Louis, and Ben
Barkin, Milwaukee; grand council-
ors, district 1, Bill Cohen, New-
port, R. I.; district 2, Aaron Ros-
enberg, Cleveland Heights, Ohio;
district 3, IMoe Gorelick; Allen-
town, Pa.; district 4, Mayer Fried-
en, Los Angeles; district 5, Sidney
Shukoff, Atlanta; district 6, Alvin
Fink, St. Paul; district 7, Abe Blu-
menfeld, Memphis, Tenn; Canada,
Sid Oreck, Winnipeg.
Sol Stern of Portland, Ore., won
the national A. Z. A. oratorical
contest, with Abe Kaplan of Du-
luth, Minn., and William Bobbins
of Columbus, Ohio, second and
third. The Portland, Ore., chap-
ter was declared the best all-
around chapter. Nordaunian chap,
ter of Kansas City received the
award for the best scout work. The
Mansfield, Ohio, chapter won the
Joseph H. Biben trophy for the
best chapter publication. Nathan
Straus chapter of Los Angeles de-
feated the Texas district for the
A. Z. A. soft ball championship,
and the Menorah chapter of Los
Angeles ran off with the A. Z. A.
track meet. Individual prizes went
to Ben Barkin of Milwaukee as
the boy who best exemplifies A.
Z. A. ideals, to Jack Lapidus for
the best communal work, to Myron
Karlin, Santa Monica, Cal., for the
best religious work, and to Judcll
I.uke of Kansas City for the best
English essay.


Friday, August 7, 1930
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
.
Society
A special meeting of the Ladies'
Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation will be held
next Tuesday, August 10th, at 8
p. m., when plans for the annual
picnic of the organization will be
acted on. This picnic will be held
at Hardie's Casino Sunday, Au-
gust 16th, beginning at 9 a. m. and
lasting all day. Delicious home-
made goodies will be served at
nominal prices. In charge of ar-
rangements is a committee head-
ed by Mrs. William Clein. She
will be assisted by Mesdames Na-
than Adelman, J. Hirsch, M. Rap-
paport, H. Trageer, Moe Pallott,
H. Shulman, B. Chertkoff, M. Ros-
enthal, Max Mintzer, M. Weinber-
ger and B. Hirshfield.
* *
Former Governor Doyle Carlton,
candidate for United States sen-
ator to succeed the late Park Tram-
mell, will arrive in Miami to close
his campaign next Monday night
at Bayfront Park. Appealing to
the Democratic voters on his rec-
ord as governor of Florida, Mr.
Carlton pledges an aggressive rep-
resentation of the state's inter-
ests in the United States senate.
Numerous meetings are being held
in his interest in this area and
some of the foremost citizens are
actively working for his election.
All are urging that the voters go
to the polls next Tuesday, August
11th, to cast their votes in this im-
portant election.
Because of his knowledge of con-
ditions affecting South Florida,
among them the tariff on citrus
fruits, the many friends of former
Governor Carlton urge that he is
the proper man for the office.
Page Five
Hope for Early Return to
Normalcy
In a production sweeping with
song and scented with romance,
Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson
Eddy, those celebrated co-stars of
"Naughty Marietta," come to the
screen of the Tivoli Theatre next
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday in
the well known characters of the
light opera, "Rose Marie."
Under their magic spell the full
beauty of "The Indian Love Call,"
"Rose Marie, I Love You," "Song
of the Mounties," and other clas-
sics from the Herbert Stothart-
Jerusalem (WNS-Paicor Agency)
During an extensive visit to Jew-
ish settlements in Camaria High
CommisMoner Sir Arthur Wau-
cliope told a group of workers and
watchmen with whom he was con-
versing: "I hope the present situa-
tion will soon be quieter, enabling
you to return to your normal la-
bors."
Arab clerks in all municipalities
in Palestine, including Jerusalem,
have signed a memorandum pledg-
ing their support to the triple pro-
gram of the Arab high committee,
which demands stoppage of Jewish
immigration, a ban on land sales
to Jews and establishment of an
Arab national government. Daniel
Austtr, Jewish vice-mayor of Je-
rusalem, has sent a letter to Mayor
Hussein Khalidi protesting against
the participation of Arab munici-
pal officials in Arab political ac-
tivities.
18,800 Jewish settlers, 4,000 of
them in the capitalistic category,
entered Palestine during the first
.lever months of 1930, the immigra-
tion department of the Jewish
Agency announces. This week a
single steamer brought 450 Jews
here, 300 of them being immigrants
coming for permanent settlement.
CONGRESSMAN DICKSTEIN
LRJES REVOCATION
a certam Captain Drexel to dis-
cuss Keyes' proposal.
British Governor of Gibraltar
Asked to Aid Jews of
Spanish Morocco
Gibraltar (WNS) Alarmed by
reports of pogroms against the
Jews of Spanish Morocco by the
Fascist rebels, the Jewish commu-
nity here sent a delegation to Gov- .
ernor General Sir Charles Har-
rington to plead that he used his
good offices for the protection of
Morocco Jews. The delegation was
headed by A. B. M. Serfaty, pres- j
iilent of the Gibraltar Jewish com-
munity, and Chief Rabbi Benaim. j
Dispatches received here Indicate
that the Jews of Spanish Morocco
have suffered actual physical vio-
lence, that their property has been |
confiscated, and that hundreds of
them are herded in concentration j
camps because the rebel author-;
ities suspect them of sympathiz- j
ing with the Spanish government.
Unverified reports from Spain I
tell of the destruction of the fa-
mous synagogue at Cordoba, where
Ma:r.ionides once, preached. This
synagogue was returned to the
Jewish community in 1985, during
the Maimonides octocentennial cel-
ebration. It is said to have been
destroyed by the Fascists, who con-
trol Cordoba. Intercepted \adio
messages indicate that the Fas-
cists are employing Nazi tactics
to arouse Spain against the Jews;
Jewish merchants in towns cap-
tured by Fascists have been forced
to finance the rebel forces.
From Barcelona, where the gov-
ernment is in control, it is report-
ed that the German Jewish refu-
gees have suffered great loss from
the civil war. The Jewish com-
munity is organizing emergency
measures to care for them.
In Madrid, where the govern-
ment is holding off a Fascist siege, j
the anti-Semitic paper, A. B. C,
has been seized and converted into
a government organ, and much
anti-Semitic literature has been
confiscated and burned.
Rudolf Friml score, iive again.
More charming even than they
were in the record breaking
"Naughty Marietta," "Rose Marie"
is a Metio-Goldwyn-Mayer tri-
umph.
Filmed almost entirely out of
doors, in the mountain-like coun-
try of the Sierra Nevadas, the pro.
duction is a pictorial sensation.
Glimmering lakes, towering peaks,
dangerous passes, all the beauty of
nature, serves as background for
the romantic saga of the ^reat
Northwest.
It was given full benefit of Di-
rector W. S. Van Dyke's proven
talents, and magnificently mount-
ed by Producer Hunt Stromberg,
the successful collaborators of
"Naughty Marietta."
.lulled ruin, like a bombshell, into
the lives of three innocent adults
who would otherwise have led a
happy, peaceful existence.
The victims of the vicious lie
that motivates the story are Karen
Wright and Martha Dobie, two
young college women, who estab-
lish a small girls' school in New
Enx.;.-i", and Dr. Joseph Cardin,
the young local doctor-fiance of
Karen, whom Martha secretly also
loves. The roles are played by
Merle Oberon, Miriam Hopkins and
Joel McCrea, respectively, while
the part of Mary Tilford, the 12-
year-old "heavy" of the piece, is
played by Bonita Granville.
The picture is one that should
not be missed.
(Continued from Page 1)
courage their knowledge of
American law and city ordi-
nances pertaining to attacks on
friendly nations. Through the col-
lection of real evidence against
these groups and the proper
presentation of evidence to our
courts not even a Jewish judge
would dare ignore a complaint.
"This group could also be used !
in digging up evidence against Jew- '
ish propagandists and thor-1
oughly airing any such evidence in !
a manner to confound the Jews of
this city. In all candor, it is my
opinion that the only way to re-
establish German good will here is
to show the Jews in their true
light. Through this method it will
be possible to awaken the Chris-
tians to the menace they face. And
an aroused Christian populace will
shortly bring the Jew in his proper
place. The writer has had a deal
of experience in publicity work. He
feels that he could do some very
effective work here in the interest
of German aims." Mr. Dickstein
also quoted from a letter to Keyes j
by Richard Paulig, secretary of
the German embassy in Washing-
ton, making an appointment with
DOYLE E.
CARLTON
for
U. S. SENATE
I am truly grateful for the
support thus far given me in
my race for the United States
Senate. With continued ac-
tivity on the part of my
friends, emphasized on the
day of the primary, August
11, we may expect a substan-
tial majority.
In the meantime, please be
assured I shall spare no ef-
fort to justify your confi-
dence, and in the event of my
election I pledge to the peo-
ple of all Florida a service in
keeping with whatever abil-
ity I may possess and the
highest patriotism at my
command.
Gratefully yours,
DOYLE E. CARLTON.
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AUGUST 11
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Sunday, with Miriam Hopkins,
Merle Oberon and Joel McCrea in
the title roles.
The powerful story, which offers
picturegoers something entirely
new in the way of gripping dra-
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, August 7, 1936
Jewish News
Around the
World
World Jewish Congress Opening to
Be Heard on nlernational
Broadcast
Geneva (WN'S)The openinj?
session of the first World Jewish
Congress at 9:15 p. m. (4:15 p. m.,
New York time) Saturday evening,
August 8th, will be heard over an
international radio program to be
broadcast to the United States on
the National Broadcasting System
network. Speakers at the open-
ing session will include Dr. Steph-
en S. Wise, representatives of the
French. Swiss and other govern-
ments. Prof, Manly (). Hudson,
framer of the minorities rights
clauses in the peace treaties and
now on the staff of the Institute of
Higher Studies at Geneva; Salo
Meyer, president of the Confedera-
tion of Swiss Jewish Communities;
Kmil I.udwig and Dr. Nahum Gold-
mann. The International Labor
Office of the League of Nations
will be officially represented by
observers at all sessions. On Sun-
day night, August Oth, a special
session of the congress will be de-
voted to the present situation in
Palestine, with Louis Lipsky as the
chief speaker. The Sunday morn-
ing and afternoon sessions will be
jet aside for a review of problems
of Jews in various countries, with
Jacob Lestchinsky speaking on Po-
land: A. Trakower will discuss
Jewish migration and Leon Ku-
bowitski will talk on the organi-
zation of the World Jewish Con-
tress Dr. Georg Bernhard, for-
mer editor of the Berlin Yossischo
Zeitung and now editor of a ref-
ugee paper in Paris, will be the
chief speaker at the Monday night
session, on the situation of Ger-
man Jewry.
itth homeland is, I am persuaded,
an interest which is shared by all
who recognize that every people
has the inalienable right to life,
liberty and the pursuit of happi-
ness. It is a source of renewed
hope and courage that, by inter-
national accord and by the moral
support of the peoples of the world,
men and women of Jewish faith
have a right to resettle the land
where their faith was born and
from which much of our modern
civilization has emanated."
Black Legion Planned to Poison
Jews With Typhoid (Jerms
Detroit, Mich. (WNS)That the
Black Legion, terrorist organiza-
tion, pledged to war on Jews, Com-
munists, Catholics and negroes,
once planned to infect a large sec-
tion of Detroit Jewry with typhoid
germs injected into supplies of
milk and cottage cheese came out
at a hearing here during which
William Guthrie, Black Legion
member, revealed that his base-
ment bathhouse had been sched-
uled to be the breeding place for
the germ cultures and that the plot
had failed largely because of his
refusal to sanction the use of his
place for that purpose. A high of-
ficer of the Black Legion and an-
other member, identified as a bac-
teriologist and chemist, were the
authors of the plot, Guthrie
charged when investigators from
the prosecutor's office questioned
him on Black U'gion activities.
RABBI A. S. KI.EINFELD
who has been called to the pulpit
of Temple Israel. Daytona Beach.
Kabhi Kleinfeld was formerly rabhi
at St. Petersburg and at Miami,
Fla. Prior to that he served in
Paterson, N. J., and other impor-
tant pulpits. He is also a musi-
cian of note. Rabbi Kleinfeld will
assume his duties on August 15th.
Identification System Developed
New York (WNS) -Patterns
formed by the veins and arteries of
the retina of the eye may replace
finger printing and body measure-
ments as the standard means of
identification if a system for clas-
sifying these patterns, which has
been developed by Dr. Carleton Si-
mon, police department scientist,
and Dr. Isidore Goldstein, win the
approval of police authorities. The
Roosevelt Support Jewish Home-
land in Palestine
New York (WNS)President
Roosevelt's interest in the rebuild-
ing of Palestine is reiterated in a
letter he has addressed to the
I'nited Palestine Appeal for pub-
lication in that organization's year
book, it was revealed here. Ad-
dressed to Grover A. Whalen. hon-
orary chairman of the U. P. A.
committee sponsoring the year
hook, the letter reads as follows:
"We need from time to time to
renew our faith in those eternal
verities which are and which must
forever remain the bases of human
betterment. First among these is
the common aspiration of mankind
lo seek communion with the Great
Killer of Human Destiny and next
is Ihe love of the homeland, which
is a natural aspiration of our de-
votion lo family life.
"The interest which I have had
and have frequently manifested in
(he rebuilding of the ancient Jew-
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of their consciousness and have no
spontaneous tear to shed over
! those five children in Tel Aviv, is
this: That they are in the broad
and deep sense irreligious men,
men sold to the world and all its
barren miseries, and by the same
token at the innermost core of their
souls unhappy men. How are we
to break their bondage ? For it is
they who are in bondage, not we;
it is they who are as the slaves in
Mizrayim, not we. How? I con-
fess that I do not know the an-
swer. Is it not of some service to
have at least asked the question?
(Copyright, 1936, by Seven Arts
Feature Syndicate)
Religion Begins at
Home
- But Often Ends With the Promoter
A dubious promoter, to be successful, depends upon
a good "dress up" for his schemes. One of his fa-
vorites these days is a pood will appeal. "Good
will," tied up with a religious name or that of a
synagogue, is often a "winner"for him.
Often playing upon the good name and works of
legitimate religious agencies, his telephone and
personal solicitors sell advertising or solicit funds
all in the name of "religion." How little actually
goes to existing, not fanciful, religious institution*
he does not reveal.
For the sake of real religious institutions in Greater
Miami, which suffer when unscrupulous promoters
take funds from kindly but uninformed donors,
you should first investigate carefully all such ap-
peals.
This paper has the facts available without charge
to the public. Get the facts before you give. Be
sure bona fide religious institutions and not a slick
promoter get the benefit of your dollars.
Call any one of Greater Miami's synagogues to
make sure.
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