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The Jewish Floridian ( September 11, 1936 )

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r wJewish florid fan i% VoL 9—No. .17 £2a§!ms T/hte Jhewiislh lUiniilty t* MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 19? 936 ANTI-SEMITIC BODIES Price Five Cents CDDrin „,,„„ Secretary of Bureau Starts Teachers Charged SPREAD OVER NATION B'nai B'rith Dies Free Loan Fund Wit h Jew Baiting By REV. DR. L. M BIRKHKAD RANCH or mm ... New York (WNS)Dr. Isaac h OI HAIE ,, n [ thesis is that Zionism ia Max Rubinow, nationally known Dr. Birkhead here continues his ma i r palt of the conspiracy authority on social insurance and, enumeration of Fascist anti-Semi"' U ()l,(l Jewry to Bet up a supersince 1929, executive secretary of tic groups in this country. This list, worW -* vern nient, that Zionism the B'nai B'rith, is dead here at the beginning of which appeared in ''" UKht thl United States into the the age of 61 after a long illness. The Jewish Floridian last week. ''' W '"' that Justice Brandeis Born in Russia, he came to this brings to public attention these wan ed to make the world safe country in 1898. He was graduundercover associations which aim '. Zl(,msm but Woodrow Wilson ated from Columbia University in insisted on substituting "democ1895. For more than a decade he to introduce Naziism into United States.—The Editor. world state which will soon be set and occupied positions in the To continue the list of Fascist "'' with Palestine as the headUnited States Civil Service ComCountrv nrivjtt.. IM-MIM*.-*,,..:u I — mtaalAn .....i u.. i,.. th „ ,. e '"••""-•• wi IUVIV man a oecaoe ne I racy.' Zionists ordered the end of held important posts with the New the World War. In the Zionist York City and State governments anti-Semitic groups i try: The Industrial Defense Asson this councount, '>' private property will be mission and the Department of abolished, Gentiles will be subCommerce, Agriculture and Labor. try: i ne industrial Uetense Asso~""""" !" i woiiwies win oe SUD< onniierce, Agriculture and Labor. elation, Inc. (13fi Federal Street, J' ected to slavery by the Jews and During the World War he was in Boston, Mass.) Edward H. Hunter he '' (-a K ue of Nations (a Jewish charge of investigations of grain is the lecturer and organizer of "' stl 'ument) will impose a world exchanges for the Federal Trade this group and its activities extend 1 <,|| K' (>n upon all of us namely, Commission. throughout New England. AccordThe s ">' hv we %  *• informed by the .. ing to Mr. Hunter this society was | Militl "" Christian Patriots. But, .. ,''""' 9 J* '" ?* ,U hea,M tht •organized to inculcate the' prinmy Wenda, if only you had read fS~ M d > Organixation in ciples of Americanism in industrial, rhl Pa an T: lllll "l and Kabba',. < "," < '" R U '" "" w also religious, fraternal and educational lah '" jt W(,ul < 1 not be necessary for J !" B %  director of the circles." Von to read this pamphlet, "ZionJT" 1 ^ lfare S "" lt V f Philaism." The inspiration of all of de,ph,a tr !" l02i to "-">' and '<* The Rev. Herbert R. Whitlock, %  these Jewish Messianic schemes a Vlar waa executive dilSCt I I !>astor and evangelist, is the pres-; are recorded in those ancient l Umttl1 Palestine Apical. In ident of the group, and Ross H. ] Jewish documents. Many Ameri".* succee,,e f > WIICMT. THAT If* I COHTHOt MACTICALL1 ALL f'.M'l J for Julius Stretcher's "Der Stuermer." She refused to see me but telephoned me that if I would read iachaiowelli's "The Prince," -enry Ford's "The International W," and similar literature for a w weeks then I would be in the %  per frame of mind to talk to %  '. One of Mrs. Tellian's favorite igans, printed frequently in her merican Bulletin, is "Don't forget Huey P. Long, killed by a "'•" She also prints one of Streicher's favorites, "The Jews are our j misfortune." Running through her [ publication is the refrain "the League of Nations is a Jewish Idea." In Washington, D. C, there are three important anti-Semitic groups which reach into every sectic n of the country. They are: 1 James True Associates, National Press Building. This group publishes Industrial Control Reports and the majority of them arc attacks on the Jews. True has direct connections with anti-Semet of the country. (Mr. True should be watched). Sometime last month two teacherof the public school system of Washington. D. C. registered at the Hotel Ritter, Miami Beach, as visitors here. Asking for arrangements for a trip to Cuba, the manager of the hotel, Mr. Henry Jay Stupell, recommended they consult Mr. William Fair, a travel agent of Miami Beach. Mr. Fanwas astounded when these two school teachers insisted on absolute assurance that "there would be no Jews on board the ship," going to Cuba; that they objected o associating with Jews. Astounded beyond words, Mr. Fair explained that such a thing was impossible and that he was a Jew. They replied, "we'll go where there artno Jews." The next day, realizing that they were in a hotel operated and managed by Jews, the Misses Ruth Strobe! and M. Louise Albright checked out of the hotel and registered at a hotel with the sign "Gentiles only." Mr. Stupell, manager of the Hotel Ritter, believing that people with such vicious principles had ii" place in a public school system, immediately wrote the President of the United States, Franklin D. Roosevelt, who referred the matter to the Commissioners of the District of Columbia for immediate attention. Last week Mr. Stupell was advised by Mr. G. M. Thornett, secretary of the Board of Commissioners of the District of Columbia, that the matter was being investigated by the Superintendent Of Schools of the District and that proper action would be taken. Because of the importance of the action, Mr. Abe Shefferman, president of District Grand Lodge No. 5, a prominent atorney of Washington, is now investigating the matter and will appear before the proper authorities. Arabs Oppose Immigration Bars Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency) A memorandum appealing to the Palestine government not to suspend Jewish emmigration is being circulated for signature in numerous Arab villages, particularly those in the vicinity of Jewish towns and colonies, it is reported by Falastin. Arabic daily. A number of Arab leaders, the paper asserts, are conducting an aggressive drive to collect a substantial number of signatures quickly for presentation to High Commissioner Sir Arthur Wauchope. v %  2 America First, Inc. The ambition cf this organization is to become the clearing house for all (Continued to Page 3) Rumor British to Depose Mufti of Jerusalem London (WNS-Palcor Agency) The British government is considering the deposition from office of Haj Amin El Hussseini, Mufti >f Jerusalem, who is chairman of the Arab Higher Committee of Palestine, it is rumored in official quarters here.



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Page Two THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN Friday, September 11, 1036 All society items and news for publication in next week's issue (Rosh Hashono) must be sent in to reach us not later than Monday noon. Those desiring lo have their New Year greeting! printed are urged to phone 2*1188 immediately. Because of the unusual size of the paper and the interesting articles that will appear, orders for extra copies must he made immediately. %  # Services at Temple Israel tonight will 1 e conducted by Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan beginning it 8:15 o'clock. Rabbi Colman Zwitman, assistant Rabbi will speak on "Impressions of the World Jewish Congress." Rabbi Zwitman who assumed his duties this week returned from a trip to Palestine where he visited his parents. En route he visited Italy, France, Switzerland and other Continents' countries. He was one of the seventy delegates from the United States to the World Jewish Congress at Geneva and served on the "Commission for combatting AntiSemitism." He is known as a forceful and interesting speaker. During the services Malcolm J. Magid, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry I. Magid will become Bar Mitzva, with Dr. Kaplan officiating. Following the services Mr. and Mrs. Magid will be hosts at a reception in honor of their son in Kaplan Hall. The general Jewish public is urged to attend because Rabbi Zwitman's report of the Congress will be the first presented in this area. Members oi Junior Hadassah will enjoy another in the series if dinner meetings which it has been giving, during the summer, on Monday, September 11th at the New Dolly Madison's, S. E. First avenue at Second street, at 6:30. Misss Vivienne Jacobs is general chairman and will present a varied program during the evening. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Spector entertained a large number of tb" friends of their daughter Jeannette at a surprise party honoring Inr leaving for the Florida State College for Women nest Monday evening. Dancing, games and music was enjoyed until a late hour. Delicious refreshments were served during the evening culminating with a buffet dinner at midnight. The home was beautifully decorated for the event. Milton Weiner returned to the city Wednesday following a month's vacation visiting relatives and (F^=el SOCIETY >_ friends in the New England states, j Women. The organisation annuMrs Weiner and their daughter,' ally awards a scholarship at tiw Barbara, will return the early part University of Miami to a Jewlsn Of October. boy oi girl of high scholastic rec* • • old whose parents are unable M At Beth Jacob Congregation, Miprovide for tuition at the Univerami Beach, Rosh Hashono services The bride attended Florida State College for Women, receiving her bachelor of arts degree in 1033. She was president of Delta Phi Kpsilon sorority and an officer in its national chapter. She took post graduate work at Columbia University and at the new school recto r of the Miami *••"' *£| f S()t inl rese arch in New York will leave Tuesday for Tampa. ^ ^ ^ teaching in Palm .Miami Y. M. H. A., will return to Miami immediately after Rosh Hashono and return I Tampa for Yom Kippur. will be ushered in Wednesday evening Mamches chanting. I. Uosmbloom will preach in English Thursday and Friday mornfriends of Beth have reand Beach schools. She has been a member of the Hadassah organization in Palm Beach. Mr. Roth, the son of Hyman Roth of Orlando, Fla., attended the University of Florida where he was on sity. Those desiring to try for the j Members am scholarship or who know of a deDavid Congregation who o'clock with Cantor serving boy or girl are asked to served seats, and those desiring v, |^ ( ebatinK and track tl ams Rabbi David communicate with Mrs. I-eVine. make reservations lor UM tig • • • Holidays are requested to contact A special meeting of the Junior the seating committee as early as ,ngs and in Yiddish on Saturday Council of Jewish Women will be possible a, th J?^^ J^ nches, held Wednesday, Sept. 28, at 8:80 evening from :.!0 p. m. until lumbers are urged p. m and on Sunday trom J a. m. morning. Cantor Maurice Mamch assisted by a male choir under the p. m., which all me president of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity and Phi Kappa Alpha, honorary debating fraternity, and Beta Gamma Sigma, honorary scholastic fraternity. He was graduated in 1988 with a degree in direction of Dr. Herman Mechloto attend. Sunday night, Sept. 27, until 12 noon for your convenience h§gjMu of science and in 1Jm h( Wits will chant the Musof services the last dance of the summer Reservations will be held until j.,,^^,, his de g ree 0 f bachelor of with' Rev S. Gutman chanting all designated as the "New V ear forty-eight hours before the I10I1^ Re WQn a st ho arship to Xew be held at the Roya and will conclude the York University and following work there was employed as an Cantor Nathan Wroobel, formerly of Beth David Synagogue, Miami, will conduct the High Holy Day servicess at the Spring Valley Jewish Center in New York. He will return to Miami after the Holidays. Returning to her studies at the University of Illinois this week is Miss Mildred Clein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Clein of this Cantor Louis Hayman will chant the Slichoth services at Beth David Saturday night September 12th at midnight, preceding w h i C h Rabbi Max Shapiro will preach a brief sermon. The public is invited to attend. Saturday morning at the services beginning at '.' o'clock Stanley Seller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Seller will become liar Mitzva. lie will recite the usual blessings, tlv Haftoro and will speak in English on the Rev. Alexander S. Kleinl'eld ated at the ceremony. nffici; B'nai B'rith lodges. Mr. Roth :s (Continued on Page 5) city. Her brother, Ben Clein, is g j gn jfj cance „f the event. Cantor • \/Oft_t .' 'ill ft' iv. MM usT Sun.-Mon.. Sept. 13-14 'BIG BROWN EYES" Cary Crant Joan Bennett entering the University of Georgia at Athens. • Rabbi A. S. Jacobson of New York, one of the prominent younger members of the Orthodox Rabbinate of America, and one of the outstanding speakers in Yiddish and English will arrive here Monday. He will serve as Rabid of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation lor the High Holy Days. He will preach both days Rosh Hashono, one in Knglish and the other in Yiddish, Kol Nidrei night, and twice on Yom Kippur day. Reservations for seats which are in charge of the committee beaded by Mr. II. M. Drevich may be made at the Synagogue Saturday night beginning at '.• o'clock, Sunday morning from 0:80 a. m. and Monday and Tuesday nights. Because of the limited capacity of the Synagogue those desiring to %  nd are urged to call at the synagogue immediately. Cantor II. Lubel of Alabama will chant the Musof services during the High Holy Days. Cantor Lubel is known BS an unusually able Cantor and Hayman will chant the service and Rabbi Max Shapiro will address the boy. Following the services the parents of the Bar Mitzva will l-e hostat a reception in Beth David Talmud Torah Hall in wh ch all friends are invited. No cards wiil be issue I. At Saturday morning services in Beth Jacob Synagogue tomorrow beginning at '.' o'clock. Jerry Goldhagen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Golha^en of Miami Beach will become Bar Mitzva. Cantor Maurice Mamches will chant the services at which Rabbi David 1. Rosenbloom will officate. The Bar Mitzva will recite the Haftoro and peak briefly. Rabbi Rosenbloom will preach and Mr. Phi man. president of the I tion will present the Bar Mitzva with hic< \ will follow at the synagogue and then ai the Annell ll I bei of the family and closi friends. Cantor Bori Schlachman, t< inerlj with the Beth David Conone who chants the Holy Day litgregation, Beth Jacob I Sun.-Mon.. Sept. 18-14 "ANYTHING GOES" King Crosby—Ethel Merman Charles Ruggles urgy in the traditional manner. Slichoth services will begin Saturday night at midnight and tb'' public is invited to attend. This service is free. • %  •> • % %  < %  Mis. Benjamin LeVine of 826 Irtega eve., ('oral Gables, has been named chairman of the Scholarship Committee of the Miami lion and Miami J< wish I In Congregation of Miami, known athe possessor of a beautiful tone voice and well versed in liturgy, was unanimously extended •; call to conduct the High Holy Day services with the Knesseth Isra ; Congregation, the Orthodox ( gregation of Tampa, Fla. Cantor Schlachman, who i< executive White Oak Leather LADIES' HEELS 15c HALF SOLES 50c ATLANTA SHOE SHOP L'ltl N. E. First Avenue Opp. Cortez Hotel FOR A DELICIOUS HOME-COOKED MEAL Visit the Famous JEWISH-AMERICAN RESTAURANT & DELICATESSEN ."2") Collins Ave. R. MARCUS, M MIAMI BEA( II t For Rosh Hashona New CEREMONIAL ACCESSORIES Groups of 2 for 25c Yarmulkes to 35c ea. HOOK DEPARTMENT FOURTH FLOOR AQJ' SC rtAB'.A ESPANOL I I



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Friday, September 11, 1936 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three wJewtislh Horidmm FLORIDA'S ONLY .'KWISH w L1.K1.Y PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. P. O. Box 2978 News Tower Bldg. Miami, Fla. Phone 2-5304 EDITORIAL OFFICES: 621 S. W. lBlh Avenue p hone 2 -11.3 J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K. SHOCHET. Circulatioi Manager CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN Field Representative Strictly Confidential Tidbiths from Everywhere By PHINEAS J. BIRON Entered us second class matter July 4. 193. at the Post Office at Miami. Florida, under the Act of March 3. 1879. 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 Six Months One Year SUBSCRIPTION FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 11, 1936 Vol. 9—No. 37 €S!fe> ISAAC M. RUBINOW A man of broad social vision, one of the very few creative workers in the social welfare movement was Dr. Isaac F. Kubinow. The field of social insurance—workmen's compensation, provision for old age and periods of unemployment— owes to him much of the development it has undergone in recent years, and his work in this socio-economic domain is said to have laid the groundwork for much of the progressive social legislation of recent years. That he was the executive secretary of the B'nai B'rith at the time of his death, and before assuming that post seven years ago had been identified with some other Jewish organizations, does not put him into the category of Jewish social workers. His broad view embraced the entire field of sociology, and it is as a sociological thinker in the most universal sense of the term that he should be remembered. Essentially very shy, Dr. Rubinow had few close friends. But he felt all men to be his brothers, and, in accordance with his principle that advanced thinkers must fight for the developments which will insure a sounder society, he devoted much time and effort to the problems of human welfare. Dr. Rubinow's death will be mourned by all who appreciate the importance of public-spirited and progressive men for human society. Happy New Year Having had no vacation this year we delegated to Phineas J. Biron 3rd the writing of the New Year's colamn, which you will enjoy under the title of Strictly Conjectural We may be a bit premature, but here go a few New Year's wishes ... To Felix H. Warburg, more naches from Palestine and Germany ... To Henry Morgenthau, Sr., that some of his friends stop calling him the father of Morgenthau ... To Stephen S. Wise, a twin brother so that he won't have to run himself ragged in behalf of the Jews ... To Cyrus Adler, a realization that secret diplomacy died with the Versailles Peace Conference ... To Louis D. Brandeis, a few more liberal colleagues on the bench To Benjamin II. Cardozo, a complete recovery from his illness, which alarms many of his friends To Albert Einstein, J. P. Morgan's yacht ... To Leon Trotzky, a quiet homeland ... to Chaim Weizmann, another T. N. T. discovery that would make the British cabinet situp and listen To Herbert Lehman, a bigger majority than in 1934, to confound the prejudice mongers in his home state .... man Jewry He gave $10,000 Our friend Pierre Van I'aassen is mi the barricades in Spain Leon Trotzky's friends in the United States have been unsuccessful in their efforts to obtain permission for the former Soviet war lord to come to America European shipping agents for German lines now have a special form for Jewish passengers The form has two letters on it, A and N'A The former stands for Aryan and the latter Non-Aryan In Yemen there is a Jewish shrine to Mori Salem Elshabzi Taez which is the Mecca annually for thousands of Jews from the Orient seeking cures and other miracles The European art world is holding its breath The Nazi's are planning an exhibit of Hitler's artistic creations MIAMI NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ Thank you members and friends for the turnout at our two day Labor Day Celebration. It was indeed gratifying to the committee in charge to have received such splendid cooperation from all to help climax a most successful Labor Day celebration. Among the lucky winers of the games and contests were: Phylis Shulman, Sonny Rubenstein, Isadore J. Serkin, Melvin Sokel, Mrs. Max Winer and Miss Ethel Mincer. Walking off with the Knock Rhummy honors was Mr. Louis Safer, and victorious in the Pinnochle tournament was Joseph Syman. Honors for dishing out the food at a generous pace were the able wokers; Mrs. Nat Blumberg, Mr. and Mrs. Max Shankman, Mrs. Moss, Mrs. M. Mincer, Mrs. Al Rosenfeld, Mr. Ben Serkin and last but not least our generalissimo Boris Schlachman. Following the picnic the majority of the crowd attended the Diamondball game between the Y and the first place W. I. O. D. NEWS teab. We were to have been assured of a tie for first place by gaining a victory in this game which we did win 4 to 1 but it seems like some of the officials are trying to pull the wool over Manager Max Goldstein's eyes. The rub is this, Marine AC lost a scheduled game to WIOD NEWS about a month ago to the tune of 8 to 4 and a protest was made by the losers that the umpires were drunk. This protest was allowed and the game was played over again Tuesday nite with the Marine team winning 4 to 3. Their victory left the standings: I. Marine A.C. won 9 lost 4 (2) Y.M.H.A. wno 9 lost 5 and WIODNEWS won 9 and lost 6. We immediately raised a protest and have received the support of J. Kubinowia Few people knew the real Isaac M. Rubinow ... To the Jewish world he was an executive of a national Jewish organization At heart he was a scholar, research worker and a creator in the sphere of social welfare ... He had a finely developed sense of humour a most devastating irony His only real passion outside of sociology was custard pie When some years ago the Brandeis Zionist group wanted to introduce efficiency in the Zionist office they made Rubinow plenipotentiary efficiency expert He was a glorious flop, because if there was one thing he hated it was petty office management ... He did not fear death because to him it was nothing but a scientific phenomenon that everybody has to experience Pot Pourri The New York World-Telegram carried 15 lines of Yiddish on the front page of its September 1st issue They were a translation of the new penalties for automobile speeding The W. T. also printed the penalties in German, Italian and Spanish Douglas Gregory, manager of the Provincetown Playhouse doesn't like the Jews ... He fired a Jew from the cast of his company solely because of his race The revival of "Victoria Regina" finds a Jew playing the role of Disraeli ... He is Abraham Sofaer, the leading Jewish actor of the English stage Anton Kaufman, publisher of the Newark Jewish Chronicle, will worship at Rosh Hashanah services this year in a brand new silk talith The praying shawl is the gift of the Budapest Congregation Sandor, the late duelist, and Joseph iVeszi, journalist, were the only others to be similarly honored 1 Don't be surprised if Clifford i Odets, the playwright, and Luise Rainer, actress, become Mr. and Mrs. before long Dr. Sol G. medico But he's going places medico ... Be he's going places Several months ago he was named chief of staff of medicine at Detroit's Receiving Hospital And now he's been elevated to the post of associate professor of clinical medicine at Wayne University But you've got to read the catalogues to know about it Transatlantic Marchioness Reading, daughter of the late Lord Melchett, will visit the United States this winter in the interests of a Jewish organization Dr. Chaim Weizmann will not be seen in America this year ... He expects to be busy with the Royal Commission during and after its investigation To Prof. Herbert Speyer, Belgian mathematician, goes the honor of being the biggest professorial contributor to the Council of GerHate-Spreading Bodies Exposed (Continued from Page 1) American anti-Jewish groups. It I makes frequent reference in its literature to Edmondson, Colonel Sanctuary, the Patriotic Publishing Co. (publishers of "The American Gentile") and simiuar leaders and groups. It advocates the reading of Congressman McFadden's speech attacking the Jews and the Protocols. (James True is president). Louis Shochet, editor of the Floridian, Jack Bell, sports editor of the News and Earl Barr Hanson, all interested in fair play at all times. Our protest is that according to all no protest should have been allowed in replaying Tuesday's game. If we gain no more solace than having raised a loud squawk in our efforts for fair play we will have accomplished a moral victory. Our real consolation comes from the fact that we defeated both Marine AC and WIOD-NEWS 2 games each which gives us top rating with the fans. Watch the papers for more data in regard to the above protest. In In concluding our celebration we successfully presented a Frolic and Dance at the Miami Beach Golf and Country Club Monday nite. Mr. Louis Shochhet has named me the Aviator Steno being that I Soar around until I find a Key and then Land on it. The Y clubrooms will be closed Wednesday until the conclusion of the Rosh Hashona holidays. Last Wednesday the Diamondball team was honored by its members and friends for their splendid showing in the Beach League. Mr. Tobin of the Seven Up Bottling Company presented 1 the drinks and Hy Schwartz, Distributor for the Dulce cigars, provided the smokes. •'!—Allied Patriotic Societies (af filiated with the American Coalition Society). This group is under the control of a wealthy New York lawyer, John B. Trevor. By way of its violent oposition to the New Deal, it attacks "The alien and immigrant stock who now control the government" and thus it discloses its anti-Semitism. In this office I bought a copy of Colonel Edwin Marshall Hadley's "T.N.T." which is an attack on Communism as a Jewish conspiracy. "But we let Mr. True doe most of the Jewbaiting" an office assistant informed me. Defenders of the Christian Faith. This is one of the important anti-Semitic movements because it reaches the fundamentalist Christians of the country with unscrupulous attacks on the Jews written by the Rev. Gerald Winrod of Wichita, Kansas. The same attacks are first printed in the Defender and the Revealor, both edited by Winrod in Wichita, and having a combined circulation of something like 150,000. Winrod's thesis is that Communism is a Jewish conspiracy to destroy Christianity. Ever since the coming of Jesus the Jews have sought the destruction of his message. This view, by the way, is shared by nearly all of the anti-Semiticleaders with whom I have talked. But why continue the listing of these organizations and the nauseating details concerning their ideas, plans, and purposes? Yes, why? Because it is necessary for Americans to know these facts if they are to be forewarned of the danger of being engulfed in Fascism and a wave of racial hatred and religious bigotry. There are other important groups which I should discuss if space permitted. There are the following which must be watched: Ernest Goerner Publicity Bureau (Milwaukee). ltthesis is "the Jew-advisors are the cancer in our body politic. American Blue Corps, Sharon, Penna.; the Black Shirts, Atlanta, Ga. ; American National Socialist League, New York City. They hold open-air meetings weekly during the summer. Benjamin Franklin fociety, Waukegan, 111. Th-3 leader, E. H. Peterson, says the Jews caused the depression. Constitution of America, Los Angeles, Cal. Advocates reading of Protocols at public meetings to inform Americans o,f Jewish plans. Ku Klux Klan. Still active in many places fighting Catholics, Jews and Negroes. Patriotic Sons of America, Philadelphia. Charles Helm, leader, declares that Jews have displaced Protestant leadership in America. Paul Revere Society, Chicago. Col. Edwin Marshall Hadley, president, is a close friend of Col. Sanctuary. Col. Hadley be. lieves that every evil in America omes from the Jews. Silver Shirts of America. Commander-in-chief, William Dudley Pelley. Pelley has many associates throughout the country who have set up local SilIver Shirt groups under various names. Sentinels of the Republic, Raymond Pitcairn, leader. Their real purposes exposed in Congress, precipitated the resignation of Alexander Lincoln of Boston as president. Brotherhood of Builders of Business. Edwin Paul Richter, Chicago, general commander and organizer. There are also numerous "pan Aryan" groups and societies, as for example, the "Pan-Aryan Alliance," and the "Local Aryan." "Christian Citizenship Organization of the United States." And not least important, the Rev 4 Ralph E. Nollner's "Federation of 10,000,000." He hopes that many Southern Christians will join him in his anti-Semitism. I



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Page Four THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN Friday, September 11, 1936 Jacksonville News The opening meeting of the seaIOn was held Wednesday night by the Jewish Progressive Society. Interesting speakers were heard on the program and an enjoyable evening was had. Plans were discusssed for an active season in the interest of Jewry and welfare in the community, it was announced. Refreshments were served. STATEWIDE NEWS Mr. .1. Milchman, has returned alter an absence of several weeks, he visited with his daughter and sons-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Torch, of Macon, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Shapiro, of Jax. and Mr. and Mrs. Simon Reed, of Daytona Beach. A delightful, informal luncheon was given by Miss F.dythe Moscovitl in the Carling grill, honoroing her house guest -Miss Maty Helen Wonder of Atlanta, Ga. After luncheon bridge was enjoyed. Those attending the affair were: Miss Wender and Misses Libby Mazo, Florence Cohen, Evelyn Silverman, Sylvia Peltz and the hostess. Miss Moscovitz. Mr. and Mrs. Myer Samuel of Boston, Mass., announce the birth of a daughter. Ada Jean, on August 21 in Richardson House of Boston Lying-in Hospital. Mrs. Samuel is the former Miss Helen Sloat of Jacksonville, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ,1. Sloat of this city. The baby's paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. David Samuel of Lot Angeles. Calif. Mr. Samuel is now connected with the Flood Control Division of U. S. Engincets, Boston. The Jacksonville Jewish Center, Silver and Third streets, is making plans for observance of the High Holy Days, which will be ushered in Wednesday, September 16, at sunset. Arrangements were made for the solemn services, both on the New Year and the Day of Atonement, at a recent meeting of the religious committee of the Center which is headed by D. Mosscovitz. Rabbi Morris D. Margolis, assisted by a men's choir, will be in charge of the services in the main synagogue. An additional service will be conducted in the Center Auditorium under the supervision of Oscar Magezis. The Rev. Joseph Robin will officiate. St. Petersburg Notes man of Treasure Island. Mrs, Hairy Mogul and son, Berry, returned from their summer vacation. Miss Ruth Engelman, Mr. H. Herman, Ely Grossman and Harry Kellar returned from a trip to Miami. Mr. anil Mrs. Fienberg and family came home from their vacation. Mrs. Carrol has moved into her new home. Mr. and Mis. L. Esrick returned home from a trip to Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Al Rubin and daughter returned from an extensive trip to the North. The Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid Society of the Congregation B'nai Israel had a meeting recently at which Rabbi Baumel's wife was presented. Refreshments were served and plans were made for a card party to be given the Sunday night after Yom Kippur, the proceeds to go for books for the Hebrew and Sunday schools. The hostesses for that occasion will be Mesdames H. Herman, S. Goldberg and M. Robbins. Orlando Notes Misss Ruth Esther Rosen is visiting Mrs. Lois Louis of Miami. Mrs. M. Bork of Jacksonville is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Segal. Mr. M. Wittenstein returned from Pittsburgh, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Safer and Miss Doll Safer spent Labor Day in Miami. Mr. and Mrs. I. Rivkind of Cleveland, Ohio, are the guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Shapiro. Mr. Jacoby of Miami was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry HerThe junior congregation will hold separate services in the Prayer loom under the guidance of Joseph Mizrahi, The Penitential season will be ushered in with Selichos, to be conducted by Rabbi Margolis at midnight Saturday, September 12. The seating committee, consisting of Max Rubin, David Moscovitz, Max Rose, Benjamin Baker and Oscar Magezis, will assign Beast to the worshippers. INSTALLATION Rabbi Morris Baumel was duly installed into office as Rabbi of Congregation B'nai Israel last SunJay evening. Mr. H. M. Jacobs, president of the Congregation, presided. Rabbi Baumel presented a tentative outline of his activities. Among other speakers were Rabbi Shenker, formerly at Daytona Beach, and his father. Refreshments we re served by the Ladies' Auxiliary. Miss Beatrice Leiberman has returned from a visit in New York. She will leave this week for I the University of Alabama, at Tuscaloosa, Ala., where she is a student. I.eibovitz, Miss Miriam and PaulI ine Leibovitz, Miss Mildred Simovitz, and Misss Beck Weiss. Over 10 guests called during the afternoon. Mr. Jackie Liebman, son of Mr. and Mrs. I. Liebman, has left for St. Petersburg Military Academy. Mr. Melvin Berger, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Berger, has left for St. Petersburg where he enrolled as a student in the St. Petersburg Military Academy. Mr. Earnest Lefkowitz of Winston-Salem, N. C, is visiting his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lefkowitz. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fleischer and daughter, Phyllis, returned from New York. Miss Gertrude Haimovitz left Monday to enter the University of Alabama, at Tuscaloosa, Ala., for her freshman year. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Baker and (laughters, Misses Dorothy and Lucille returned from a motor tour. Mrs. Daniel Cracowaner, Miss Charlotte Cracowaner and Miss Ruth Salsbury returned from a 10 weeks tour of the west, visiting in Mexico and California. Miss Hannah Biscow was general chairman of the Labor Day celebration and dawn dance given by the F. T. E. Club in the Jacksonville Jewish Center; Miss Sophie Spivak, publicity committee chairman, and Miss Edith Levin, ,vice president^ acting president. A cocktail party was given by the club members preceding the dance. Tampa Notes Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Simovitz entertained at their home, Sunday afternoon at an open house, honoring their son and daughter-inlaw, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Simovitz, who were recently married in NewYork City. Friends called between the hours of 3 and 6 o'clock. In the receiving line were Mr. and Mrs. S. Simovitz, Mrs. L. Walzer. and Mr. and Mrs. L. Simovitz. Assisting the hostess in the hospitalities were Mrs. J. Weiss, Mrs. M. G. Rosenberg, Mrs. M. Mrs. S. Augustine, of Miami is the guest of her son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. L. S. Augustine. Mrs. Hortense Leopold returned from a trip to Europe and with I her two daughters, Miss Hortense and Laura, is staying with friends 'in Asheville for several weeks. Hortense will enter the freshman class at Ward-Belmon college in Tennessee this fall. Mrs. LeopolJ and Miss Laura will return home about Sept. 15th. Mrs. L. S. Oppenheimer is spending a month with friends in New York City. Mrs. Sam Berger returned to Orlando after a visit with relatives at Newport News, Va. The many friends of Mrs. Meyer Berkman are happy to note that she has fully recovered from a recent illness. George Wolly left Monday to enter the University of Florida, at Gainesville. Mrs. George Silverstein and daughter, Arline, returned from :>. vacation at Daytona Beach. Mrs. Win. Berkowitz and two children, Ruth and Joseph, returned home after vacationing at Daytona. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Berkman and son and daughter returned from a nine weeks' visit in New York. Mrs. Leo Fox and two children returned from a two months' vacation at Daytona Beach. THE WORLD'S WINDOW Superstition Bv l.l'DWK; I.EWISOHN (This column is copyrighted by l he Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Reproduction in whole or in part strictly forbidden. Any infringement will be prosecuted). There are still innocent people who think that the lower kinds of anti-Semitism can be successfully nut byargument and rectification of error and who therefore will not engage in those public actions involving positive and affirmative moral power and Jewish solidarity which alone can shift the inner emphasis of the anti-Semite from a feeling of complete security and immunity to one of hesitation and uncertainty. For let us not forget: for the full enjoyment of his phobia the anti-Semite must be convinced that it can never harm him. Rob him of that feeling of entire security and his phobia will no longer function satisfactorily in his psychical economy. Two recent incidents prove once more, if any further proof were needed, the fact that anti-Semitism is completely divorced from fact and that it is a superstition rising to phobic proportions. It is, therefore, like all superstitions and like all phobias a psychical mej chanism that has two purposes which sometimes appear singly and sometimes blended; a propitiatory purpose and a self-exculpatory purpose—a purpose which says: "May fate spare me!" and a purpose which says: "It is not my fault!" In other words, anti-Semies either knock wood with their i anti-Semitism or pass the buck. I In troubled times when the feeling of guilt in mankind is intensified the latter motive will prevail over the former. In tranquil periods the propitiatory motive, less dangerous than the self-exculpatory one, will prevail. Why the .leware singled out as the objects J or contents of these phobic superstitions is a long and intricate j story but not at all an obscure one when properly thought out. It has to do with the uniqueness of the Jewish people as an historic phenomenon; it has, as is scarcely worth repeating, nothing to do with the actions or the character of any individual Jew or group of Jews anywhere or at any time. Let us get on to the two recent incidents which prove so beautifully, as with the fine accuracy of mathematics the phobic character of any and every anti-Semitic phenomenon. There is the redoubtable Father Coughlin who has been periodically hinting around that all the greatest and most! dangerous capitalists in the world are Jews. (Wouldn't it be swell j if that were so and we could help our brethren in Central and Eastern Europe and rebuild Palestine j on a Carnegie-Morgan-RockefellerFord scale instead of clamoring for pittances among a frightfully poor people?) Now Father Coughlin comes out and says that he is no enemy of the Jews, that he doesn't even expect them to become Christians, but that they simply must as a minimum, abandon their ethics of revenge, their eye for an eye and tooth for a tooth principle and subscribe to the Christian maxim to love one's neighbor as oneself. Well, I don't know from what seminary Father Coughlan graduated. He must have graduated from some. I don't accuse him of Old Testament scholarship or Hebraic studies. He must as a student have read his Catholic verI sion of the scripture, his Latin Bible. He must still have a copy j around the house in which in 'Leviticus 1!:18 he must have read: lliliges amieum tuum sicut teipsum. Now that's a very inaccurate translation, for rea in the original: V'ahavtha I'reacha kamocha doesn't like the Latin Amicus mean friend (which narrows the principle) but neighbor, fellowman. Moreover rea is used in the dative case in the Hebrew which gives an additional fine shading in the text: we are able to entertain toward our fellowmen the same kindness that we necessarily feel for ourselves. And Jesus of Nazareth, an observant and not unlearned young Pharasaic teacher quoted this Jewish principle as He had received it from His teachers. So what, as the common saying goes today? This: that Father Coughlin, like every cleric of any Christian Church knew and knows perfectly well with his sane and normal mind that the principle of brotherly love among men is a Jewish principle, first enunciated by the Jews, borrowed from Jews, illustrnted innumerable times among Jews and practiced by Jewish men and women not only among themselves but in relation to their Christian neighbors within the limits of our common, sinful nature at least as well as it has ever been practised by the Christians who borrowed it from us among themselves, infinitely better than that Christian world which Father Coughlan thinks he represents has ever Tampa Notes Congregation Rodoph Sholom, Tampa, Fla., will usher in Rosh Hashono services next Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.J Thursday at 8 a.m. and 7:30 p. m., and Friday at 8 a. m. and 8 p. m. Rabbi Adolph Burger will conduct the Musof services with the choir and speak on Thursday morning on "New Year Reflections" and on Friday morning on "Eternal Life." Mr. David Stein will read the Shaeharin services. practised it toward us. In other words: When any tough of the phobic superstition of anti-Semitism attacks any man he forgets his A.B.C. He is stricken with violent stupidity; he babbles nonsense. Even more wildly farcical is the latest pronouncement of the chief of the Fascist rebels in Spain. If and when they win, says this gentleman, there will be no government "by dirty politicians, Free Masons and Jews." Jews? Jews in Spain? But they were expelled en masse nearly four and a half centuries ago. In quite recent years a tiny dribble returned. They have minyane in three cities: Madrid, Barcelona, Sevilla—a tiny handful of people without wealth, power, (Continued to Page 5)



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Friday, September 11, 1936 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Society (Continued from Page 2) a practicing attorney with offices in the Seybold building. He and Mis. Roth are residing at 1400 Pennsylvania ave., Miami Beach. • An urgent appeal to the Jewish residents of Greater Miami for $1 contributions to the organization has been issued by the Jewish Welfare Bureau in letters mailed broadcast throughout this area. Begun several years ago, this is a revival of a custom upheld by tra-' dition for the giving of charity on the eve of the Holy Days. Those desiring to make contributions arc urged to send their $1 to the Jewish Welfare Bureau in the Congress Building or to leave their contribution at the Synagogue or Temple wherein they will worship. • • High Holy Day services will be ushered in at Beth David next Wednesday evening with services at 7 p. m., Cantor Louis Hayman chanting. Thursday morning services will begin at 8 a. m. with Mr. Louis Weinkle chanting the Shachiis and Cantor Louis Hayman assisted by the choir chanting the Musof services. Rabbi Max Shapiro will preach on "The Dark and Sombre Night of Israel's I'a-t Yeai 5696." Friday morning services will hear Rabbi Shapiro preach on "The Dawn of a New Morning-Israel's New Year r.fSHT." .Special Junior congregation servi is will be conducted both day-, with Peritz Scheinberg pleaching nil "Israel's Serious Problem," the liisl day of Rosh Hashono and "Our Solution t:> the Problem" on the second day. On the following Sabbath, Shabbos Shuvo, Rabbi Shapiro will preach in Yiddish on "Even This Will Pass Away." Rosh Hashono will be ushered in at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation next Wednesday evening at 7 p. m. with Cantor H. Lubel chanting. Thursday morning services begin at 8 a. m. and Cantor Lubel will chant the Musof service. Rabbi A. S. Jacobson will preach in Knglish on Thursday and again on Friday, the second day of Rosh Hasshono. Saturday morning Rabbi Jacobsun will preach in Yiddish on "Shabbos Shuvo." • • • Mr. Paul Marks, prominent attorney of this city, returned to th<: city after a month's trip on business and pleasure to New York City and the Adirondack Mountains. • • • Erwin Rosenfeld returned to Gainesville to resume his studies at the University of Florida. Charles Adelman returned to the city after a two week's vacation at llendersonville, N. C. Mr. I. Silver returned by boat from a vacation spent in New York. The subjects of Rabbi Rosenbloom's sermons on Rosh Hashono are "A Rabbi Lookn at the General Jewish Problem," on Thursday, in Knglish; Thursday afternoon in Yiddish, "The Day of Judgment or Grace Which?" Friday morning the Rabbi will preach in English on "A Rabbi Looks at Local ins." Saturday morning Shabbos Shuva, the Rabbi will speak in Engish on "The True | Meaning of Tshuvo." Saturday Page Five afternoon, in Yiddish, on "Shabbos Shuva." Ku Klux Klan Rally Fails to Draw Crowd Yorktown Heights, N. Y. (WNS) Less than 200 Klansmen gathered here for the Labor Day weekend rally which Ku Klux Klan leaders expected to draw 15,000 K.K.K. members from Westchester and Putnam counties in the first Klan gathering hereabouts since L981. (nancl Dragon H. W. Garing, in his address, declared that the Klan does not hate Jews, Catholics or Negroes but it is organized solely to fight Communism. Despite protests of Catholics of the vicinity a cross was burned at the gathering. woman, a child—beachcombers. Don't worry: when the island pseudo-Hitler arises his battle cry will be: ".luden raus!" And let us not forget that those few Jews who returned to Spain did so because the Spanish government had a pro-Jewish spell. People of culture in Spain announced that the expulsion of the Jews had done the country harm. The Revieta de la Kaza said handsome things. In U)24 the Cortes passed a law permitting fugitive Sephardim along the Mediterranean literal to appeal for protection to Spain. In 1929 Judaeophiles began publishing at Barcelona a Bibloteca Hebraeo-Catalan, reprints of mediaeval Hebrew classics with the original text and a Catalan translation. I saw copies of the first volume at Lipschitz' .•hop on the Place de L'Oden with my own eyes. So gradually a few Jews drifted to Spain. Well, if the Fascist win, God forbid, they will burn the Hebrew-Catalan books and keep a few copies to show how the Jews undermined the purity of Spanish culture, lending themselves (Aha, see the disruptive brutes!) to the spread of Catalan at the expense of Castilian! Superstition. Phobia. Babble of fools. At least remember that! —Copyright, l'.'.':>'>. Seven Arts Pealure Syndicate. The World's Window (Continued from Page 4) influence, a helpless group of people trying to make a living. Jews! cries the Spanish general, already fancying himself a Hitler. 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Page Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, September 11, 1930 iovieJ£ %  •• Starting at the Tivoli Theatre Sunday and playing thru y in "Big Brown Eyes" Granl and Joan Bennett, two of the outstanding stars in movari presented in a sinister undercurrent of drama though never part of it. It is a vivid portrayal of the Park Ave. .i-v.'l stealing racket which startled New York some time ago and which ed a private detective whi .1 with the thieves and split the rewards. Miamians remember the episode at the .Miami Biltmore Hotel last year when seventy-five thousand dollarof jewelry were and recovered in a manner that eau-ed the detective involved to be sentenced to a ten year pi on term. It is a drama not of the usual gangster type so often seen. In "Anything (Joes." the new Bing Crosby musical, Paramount iffers a fashion parade de luxe. "Anything Goes," next week at the 7th Ave. Theatre as the feature attraction, is based on the Broadway hit. The popular Cede Porter songs are kept intact; to them are added a group of parodies on the theme of "You're the Top." Around Crosby are grouped, in addition to the two players mentioned, Charlie Rubles and Grace Bradley, Arthur Treaeher and Robert MacWade. The glibly action transpires oil an ocean liner where Crosby, while in search of romance, is mistaken for a public enemy. Jewish News Around the World view of the Palestine situation since April ID and says in part: "Despite the promise of a Royal Commission and all efforts at the introduction of a reasonable spirit of accommodation, these have | hitherto failed, despite the welldisposed intentions of the Arab rulers to mediate by an underStanding. The conditions of terrorism have unfortunately continued. Despite Nuri Pasha's intervention the daily outrages and the -ia\e disorders have continued. After a careful review of the situation the government is satisfied that the campaign of violence and threats by which the Arab leaden have attempted to influence policy annot be allowed to continue and more rapid and effective action must now he taken to end the state of disorder with the least delay. "For this purpose we consider essential the sending of substantial reinforcements to Palestine. An nldit or.al division of troops iacingi} being sent. Owing v> the size of the reinforcements and h? additional responsibilities entai'.c.l, the government has decided up n supreme military control of the country to be entrusted to Lieut.-Gen. Hill, late director of general military operations and intelligence, War Office. Government deeply regrets that such a decision is forced upon them. Great Britain accepted the Mandate for Palestine upon terms involving responsibility for the welfare of all sections of the population of Palestine. It regards th responsibility as a trust and has no other choice than carrying .t out. The government recalls the report of the Council of the League of Nations of 1930 saying the following two assertions accurately expressed the conceiv.-d essence <>i the Palestine Mandate: One. the obligations laid down in the Man cate for Palestine regarding the two Bections of the population arc of equal weight; and two. the obligations imposed upon tin Mandatory are in no sense irreconcilable. .Government are fully in accord with the sense of this pronounce-, ment at Geneva and have an earnest desire to carry out this policy with impartial justice to both Arabs and .lews and to work for | the peace and progress of the country. "It has been the constant aim | of British policy to secure and maintain relations of friendship and confidence with the .Moslem people. For this reason, apart from others, they wish to avoid by all meanthe course of action now forced upon them. Hut no !government, least of all one exercising mandatory responsibilities, can allow themselves io be dcI ected by violence ami outrage. "\\'e still hope, however, that those disturbing the peace of Pales. i,n,' will realize that their actions are inimical to the true interests of all sections of the population, and the Mandatory Power is determined to exercise authority with impartiality and justice. The Royal Commission will proceed to Palestine to ascertain whether there are legitimate grievances for tin 1 future eitheramong Arabs or .lews and make recommendations for the removal of fears. Government is convinced that these objects are obtainable within the framework of the Mandate, which it has no intention of abandoning." Switzerland before cominK to America in 1H22. Whispering Campaign Against Prejudice Planned Appleton, Wis. (WNS)-A "Whispering campaign of appreciation of Jews, Catholics and Protestants" to spread among the people of the entire country the inter-religious good will expressed at the sessions of the Midwest Institute of Human Relations was e'ecided upon by speakers at the final day'>essions. Dr. John A. I-'app, prominent Catholic layman. cited the two main sources of prejudice as, first, "the implanting false ideas of religions, races, people and institutions in the minds of our youth," and second, /"the profit that people make out of prejudice." Other speakers who pleaded for Inter-religious tolerance and cooperation were Dr. Felix Levy of Chicago, president of the Central Conference of American Rabbis; Dr. James M. ALVIN WALDER Yard, executive secretary of the Chicago Round Table of Jews and Christians; Dr. W. E. Garrison, professor of Church History at the University of Chicago; and Dr. Philip LSemon, director of the Chicago Jewish People's Institute. H^ New .Military Commander and More Troops Seal to Palestine London (WNS-Palcor Agency) After twenty weeks of unceasing : %  i >| and violence ill Palestine .he British government has decided to restore order in the Holy Land by sending large military reinforceand by naming Lieut.-Gen, John Crc: Dill as the supreme military director of all defense forces in the country, the Colonial Office has announced. The lengthy statement accompanying the notice of thidecision starts with a reROBBINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL WORKS Responsible Roofers Since l'Jl'J Inspection and Estimates Free 222 N. W. 2fith St. Phone 2-8705 ONLY RECOGNIZED RABBIS in the Greater Miami area are members of the Jewish Ministerial Board. They are Rabbi Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan of Temple Israel. Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom <>f Beth Jacob, Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David. NEW YEAR CARDS—PRINTED TO ORDER .Neat Designs Reasonably Priced—Samples Submitted BARNETTS, Inc.—OFFICE SUPPLIES 22:t-22."i N. E. Second Ave.. 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MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 19?
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ANTI-SEMITIC BODIES
Price Five Cents
CDDrin ,, Secretary of Bureau Starts Teachers Charged
SPREAD OVER NATION B'nai B'rith Dies Free Loan Fund With Jew Baiting
By REV. DR. L. M. BIRKHKAD
RANCH or mm ... New York (WNS)- Dr. Isaac
h OI HAIE ,,"n- [* thesis is that Zionism ia Max Rubinow, nationally known
Dr. Birkhead here continues his ma-i"r palt of the conspiracy authority on social insurance and,
enumeration of Fascist anti-Semi- "' U ()l,(l Jewry to Bet up a super- since 1929, executive secretary of
tic groups in this country. This list, worW-*vernnient, that Zionism the B'nai B'rith, is dead here at
the beginning of which appeared in ''"UKht thl' United States into the the age of 61 after a long illness.
The Jewish Floridian last week. ''' W"'"' that Justice Brandeis Born in Russia, he came to this
brings to public attention these wan*ed "to make the world safe country in 1898. He was gradu-
undercover associations which aim '. Zl(,msm" but Woodrow Wilson ated from Columbia University in
insisted on substituting "democ- 1895. For more than a decade he
to introduce Naziism into
United States.The Editor.
-------- world state which will soon be set and occupied positions in the
To continue the list of Fascist "'' with Palestine as the head- United States Civil Service Com-
Countrv nrivjtt.. im-mim*.-*,- ,..:u i mtaalAn .....i u.. i,..
th ,. --------------"e '"""-- ...... wi iuviv man a oecaoe ne
I racy.'- Zionists ordered the end of held important posts with the New
the World War. In the Zionist York City and State governments
anti-Semitic groups i
try: The Industrial Defense Asso-
n this coun- count,'>' private property will be mission and the Department of
abolished, Gentiles will be sub- Commerce, Agriculture and Labor.
try: i ne industrial Uetense Asso- ~"""""i woiiwies win oe SUD- < onniierce, Agriculture and Labor.
elation, Inc. (13fi Federal Street, J'ected to slavery by the Jews and During the World War he was in
Boston, Mass.) Edward H. Hunter 'he ''(-aKue of Nations (a Jewish charge of investigations of grain
is the lecturer and organizer of "'stl'ument) will impose a world exchanges for the Federal Trade
this group and its activities extend 1'<,||K'(>n upon all of us namely, Commission.
throughout New England. Accord- The"s">'hv- we informed by the .. ,
ing to Mr. Hunter this society was | Militl"" Christian Patriots. But, .. ,''""' *9J* '" ?* ,U' hea,M tht'
organized to inculcate the' prin- my Wenda, if only you had read fS~ Md> Organixation in
ciples of Americanism in industrial, rhl' "Pa*an T:'lllll"l and Kabba- ',.<","<'" R U '" "" w also
religious, fraternal and educational lah'" jt W(,ul<1 not be necessary for J B" director of the
circles." Von to read this pamphlet, "Zion- JT"1 ^lfare S""lt-V "f Phila-
ism." The inspiration of all of de,ph,a tr l02i to "-">' and '<*
The Rev. Herbert R. Whitlock, these Jewish Messianic schemes a Vlar waa executive dilSCt I I
!>astor and evangelist, is the pres-; are recorded in those ancient l" Umttl1 Palestine Apical. In
ident of the group, and Ross H. ] Jewish documents. Many Ameri- ".* succee,,e Currier, "active in military, naval cans, as well as many Englishmen e*eCUtlve sietary of B'nai B'rith.
and insurance circles," is treasurer, j will believe in this booklet. Who P'Oneer in social insurance, he
Th's Association was originally J was it that wrote that "man is *** tne autnor '"any authorita-
anti-Communist and anti-New I a rational animal?" Anyway .*!Ve vo,um*" of woua social ques-
Deal. But it has enlarged its activ- Americans are going to be seeing """* *n 19;!l ne was appointed
ities to include anti-Semitism. Inland hearing a great deal of this to the Ohio Commission of Unem-
its office in Boston I found a large pamphlet in the near future, thanks ployment Insurance He was also
supply of anti-Jewish literature I to the Industrial Defense Associa- a pas[ pre8ident of the Pennsyl-
was given a pamphlet entitled tion of Boston, Mass.
"The Grave Diggers of Russia" V'""a Statc" Conference of Social
which is devoted wholly to "hor- Mr8, A' Tellian. who operates Work and the National Conferen, e
rible caricatures of the alleged l'"m a ,an leaders of the So-let government, av,"L"'' Nw \ork City' e,,it a|hi. hooks he had written hundreds
all of whom are portrayed with ""meographed newspaper, entitled "
exaggerated Jewish features." 'American Bulletin: The whit(. "f a'"^ -"'al -nsurance.
Handed to me also was a pam- .Man's Viewpoint," and "Irish Out- j
phlet, "Special Report: The Swan ,,ost." Both of them are vit.ious,v anti-Semitic. Mrs. Tellian also acts
Song of Hate," which is a vicious
attack on Rabbi Stephen S. Wise,
A meeting attended by leaders
of the Jewish Community, par-
ticularly those Interested in the
work of the Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau, met Wednesday night at
Beth David Talmud Torah Hall.
Mr. Stanley ('. Myers, president of
the Bureau, introduced Mr. Max
Orovitx who presented a report on
behalf of a special committee ap-
pointed to consider the advisability
of forming a free loan organiza-
tion in Greater Miami. After an
exhaustive study and discussion of
the report, during which Mr. Oro-
Vitl presided, it was decided to
form a Loan Fund division of the
organization. Conditioned upon the
| fund being named in memory of
the late internationally known
! Jewish philanthropist of the last
century, Baron de Hirsch. his name- '
sake, Baron de Hirsch Meyer, City
Councilman of Miami Beach, made
a gift of one thousand dollars to
this fund. The fund will make
loans without charge to deserving
Jews upon proper end irsement,
and w'.thout interest, in sums not
exceeding two hundred dollars, and
will be called "The Baron de
Hirsch Loan Fund of the Jewish
Welfare Bureau." The additional
sum of two thousand dollars was
allotted to the loan fund from i!k-
funds of the Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau. A trust fund and trust, e;
will be established shortly and a
committee to draw proper plans
and regulations were named.
The Loan Fund will begin opera-
tions sometime next month follow-
ing the annual meeting of the mem-
bership of the Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau.
Palestine, Russia and concludes
with a list of 175 Jewish and
Communist controlled organiza-
tions. Practically all of the pro-
gressive organizations in the coun-
try are included. Incidentally Mr.
Hunter thinks that Mrs. Dilling's
"Red Network" is one of the great-
est books ever written and one
of the most important.
This Industrial Defense Associa-
tion also distributes such pam-
phlets os "Jewish Jazz" (which it
publishes), "The Man Behind the
President." "Are Jews God's
Chosen?" by Irving L. Potter, and
"Wa- Christ a Jew?" (the answer,
as you've guessed, is "NO") also
by Irving L. Potter. While in the
office I saw a great stack of sev-
al ihourand copies of a pamphlet,
"Zionism," a copy of which had
been given me in tht' office of
"The League for Constitutional
Government (in New York). I
inquired about this pamphlet and
was informed that Mr. Hunter had
just imported the pamphlet from
London and was going to distribute
it throughout the country.
This pamphlet. "Zionism," is
printed by "The Militant Christian
Patriots. 93 Chancery '..ane, Lon-
as the New York correspondent
PRICE SSsa)
\_ '. coo om ~- covum
A semi-monthly for the defense of Gentile Culture
_ and Civilization
sag ""'
JEWISH PRESS-CONTROL
EXPOSED!
Olympic Committee Report
Suppressed by the Entire
American Press
THOSt WHO SHOULD HAVE UNDCASTOOD .
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COHTHOt MACTICALL1 ALL f'.M'l J


for Julius Stretcher's "Der Stuer-
mer." She refused to see me but
telephoned me that if I would read
. iachaiowelli's "The Prince,"
-enry Ford's "The International
W," and similar literature for a
w weeks then I would be in the
per frame of mind to talk to
'. One of Mrs. Tellian's favorite
igans, printed frequently in her
. merican Bulletin, is "Don't for-
get Huey P. Long, killed by a
"'" She also prints one of Strei-
cher's favorites, "The Jews are our j
misfortune." Running through her [
publication is the refrain "the '
League of Nations is a Jewish
Idea."
In Washington, D. C, there are
three important anti-Semitic
groups which reach into every sec-
tic n of the country. They are: 1__
James True Associates, National
Press Building. This group pub-
lishes Industrial Control Reports
and the majority of them arc
attacks on the Jews. True has
direct connections with anti-Sem-
et of the country. (Mr. True
should be watched).
Sometime last month two teach-
er- of the public school system of
Washington. D. C. registered at
the Hotel Ritter, Miami Beach, as
visitors here. Asking for arrange-
ments for a trip to Cuba, the
manager of the hotel, Mr. Henry
Jay Stupell, recommended they
consult Mr. William Fair, a travel
agent of Miami Beach. Mr. Fan-
was astounded when these two
school teachers insisted on abso-
lute assurance that "there would
be no Jews on board the ship,"
going to Cuba; that they objected
o associating with Jews. Astounded
beyond words, Mr. Fair explained
that such a thing was impossible
and that he was a Jew. They re-
plied, "we'll go where there art-
no Jews." The next day, realizing
that they were in a hotel operated
and managed by Jews, the Misses
Ruth Strobe! and M. Louise Al-
bright checked out of the hotel and
registered at a hotel with the sign
"Gentiles only."
Mr. Stupell, manager of the
Hotel Ritter, believing that people
with such vicious principles had
ii" place in a public school system,
immediately wrote the President
of the United States, Franklin D.
Roosevelt, who referred the matter
to the Commissioners of the Dis-
trict of Columbia for immediate
attention. Last week Mr. Stupell
was advised by Mr. G. M. Thornett,
secretary of the Board of Com-
missioners of the District of Co-
lumbia, that the matter was being
investigated by the Superintendent
Of Schools of the District and that
proper action would be taken.
Because of the importance of the
action, Mr. Abe Shefferman, presi-
dent of District Grand Lodge No.
5, a prominent atorney of Wash-
ington, is now investigating the
matter and will appear before the
proper authorities.
Arabs Oppose
Immigration Bars
Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency)
A memorandum appealing to the
Palestine government not to sus-
pend Jewish emmigration is being
circulated for signature in numer-
ous Arab villages, particularly
those in the vicinity of Jewish
towns and colonies, it is reported
by Falastin. Arabic daily. A num-
ber of Arab leaders, the paper as-
serts, are conducting an aggres-
sive drive to collect a substantial
number of signatures quickly for
presentation to High Commis-
sioner Sir Arthur Wauchope.
v
2 America First, Inc. The am-
bition cf this organization is to
become the clearing house for all
(Continued to Page 3)
Rumor British to Depose Mufti of
Jerusalem
London (WNS-Palcor Agency)
The British government is con-
sidering the deposition from office
of Haj Amin El Hussseini, Mufti
>f Jerusalem, who is chairman of
the Arab Higher Committee of
Palestine, it is rumored in official
quarters here.


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THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN
Friday, September 11, 1036
All society items and news for
publication in next week's issue
(Rosh Hashono) must be sent
in to reach us not later than
Monday noon. Those desiring
lo have their New Year greet-
ing! printed are urged to phone
2*1188 immediately. Because of
the unusual size of the paper
and the interesting articles that
will appear, orders for extra
copies must he made immediately.
#
Services at Temple Israel to-
night will 1 e conducted by Rabbi
Jacob H. Kaplan beginning it
8:15 o'clock. Rabbi Colman Zwit-
man, assistant Rabbi will speak
on "Impressions of the World
Jewish Congress." Rabbi Zwitman
who assumed his duties this week
returned from a trip to Palestine
where he visited his parents. En
route he visited Italy, France,
Switzerland and other Continents'
countries. He was one of the sev-
enty delegates from the United
States to the World Jewish Con-
gress at Geneva and served on the
"Commission for combatting Anti-
Semitism." He is known as a
forceful and interesting speaker.
During the services Malcolm J.
Magid, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
I. Magid will become Bar Mitzva,
with Dr. Kaplan officiating. Fol-
lowing the services Mr. and Mrs.
Magid will be hosts at a reception
in honor of their son in Kaplan
Hall. The general Jewish public
is urged to attend because Rabbi
Zwitman's report of the Congress
will be the first presented in this
area.
Members oi Junior Hadassah
will enjoy another in the series
if dinner meetings which it has
been giving, during the summer,
on Monday, September 11th at
the New Dolly Madison's, S. E.
First avenue at Second street, at
6:30. Misss Vivienne Jacobs is
general chairman and will present
a varied program during the eve-
ning.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Spector en-
tertained a large number of tb"
friends of their daughter Jean-
nette at a surprise party honor-
ing Inr leaving for the Florida
State College for Women nest
Monday evening. Dancing, games
and music was enjoyed until a late
hour. Delicious refreshments were
served during the evening culmi-
nating with a buffet dinner at
midnight. The home was beauti-
fully decorated for the event.
Milton Weiner returned to the
city Wednesday following a month's
vacation visiting relatives and
(F^=-
el SOCIETY >_
friends in the New England states, j Women. The organisation annu-
Mrs Weiner and their daughter,' ally awards a scholarship at tiw
Barbara, will return the early part University of Miami to a Jewlsn
Of October. boy oi girl of high scholastic rec-
* old whose parents are unable M
At Beth Jacob Congregation, Mi- provide for tuition at the Univer-
ami Beach, Rosh Hashono services
The bride attended Florida State
College for Women, receiving her
bachelor of arts degree in 1033.
She was president of Delta Phi
Kpsilon sorority and an officer in
its national chapter. She took
post graduate work at Columbia
University and at the new school
rector of the Miami *"' *|f S()t.inl research in New York
will leave Tuesday for Tampa. ^ ^ ^ teaching in Palm
.Miami Y. M. H. A.,
will return to Miami immediately
after Rosh Hashono and return I
Tampa for Yom Kippur.
will be ushered in Wednesday eve-
ning
Mamches chanting.
I. Uosmbloom will preach in Eng-
lish Thursday and Friday morn-
friends
of Beth
have re-
and
Beach schools. She has been a
member of the Hadassah organiza-
tion in Palm Beach.
Mr. Roth, the son of Hyman Roth
of Orlando, Fla., attended the Uni-
versity of Florida where he was on
sity. Those desiring to try for the j Members am
- scholarship or who know of a de- David Congregation who
o'clock with Cantor serving boy or girl are asked to served seats, and those desiring v, |^ (,ebatinK and track tl,ams.
Rabbi David communicate with Mrs. I-eVine. make reservations lor UM tig
Holidays are requested to contact
A special meeting of the Junior the seating committee as early as
,ngs and in Yiddish on Saturday Council of Jewish Women will be possible a, thJ?^^ J^
nches, held Wednesday, Sept. 28, at 8:80 evening from :.!0 p. m. until lu-
mbers are urged p. m. and on Sunday trom J a. m.
morning. Cantor Maurice Mamch
assisted by a male choir under the p. m., which all me
president of Tau Epsilon Phi fra-
ternity and Phi Kappa Alpha,
honorary debating fraternity, and
Beta Gamma Sigma, honorary
scholastic fraternity. He was
graduated in 1988 with a degree in
direction of Dr. Herman Mechlo- to attend. Sunday night, Sept. 27, until 12 noon for your convenience hgjMu of science and in 1Jm h(.
Wits will chant the Musof services the last dance of the summer Reservations will be held until j.,,^^,, his degree 0f bachelor of
with' Rev S. Gutman chanting all designated as the "New V ear forty-eight hours before the I10I1- ^ Re WQn a st.ho,arship to Xew
be held at the Roya
and will conclude the
York University and following
work there was employed as an
Cantor Nathan Wroobel, for-
merly of Beth David Synagogue,
Miami, will conduct the High Holy
Day servicess at the Spring Val-
ley Jewish Center in New York.
He will return to Miami after the
Holidays.
Returning to her studies at the
University of Illinois this week is
Miss Mildred Clein, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. William Clein of this
Cantor Louis Hayman will chant
the Slichoth services at Beth Da-
vid Saturday night September 12th
at midnight, preceding w h i C h
Rabbi Max Shapiro will preach
a brief sermon. The public is in-
vited to attend. Saturday morning
at the services beginning at '.'
o'clock Stanley Seller, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert E. Seller will
become liar Mitzva. lie will recite
the usual blessings, tlv Haftoro
and will speak in English on the
Rev. Alexander S. Kleinl'eld
ated at the ceremony.
nffici- ; B'nai B'rith lodges. Mr. Roth :s
(Continued on Page 5)
city. Her brother, Ben Clein, is gjgnjfjcance f the event. Cantor
\/Oft_t
.' 'ill ft'- iv. Mm usT
Sun.-Mon.. Sept. 13-14
'BIG BROWN EYES"
Cary Crant
Joan Bennett
entering the University of Georgia
at Athens.

Rabbi A. S. Jacobson of New
York, one of the prominent
younger members of the Orthodox
Rabbinate of America, and one of
the outstanding speakers in Yid-
dish and English will arrive here
Monday. He will serve as Rabid
of the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation lor the High Holy
Days. He will preach both days
Rosh Hashono, one in Knglish
and the other in Yiddish, Kol
Nidrei night, and twice on Yom
Kippur day.
Reservations for seats which
are in charge of the committee
beaded by Mr. II. M. Drevich may
be made at the Synagogue Satur-
day night beginning at '. o'clock,
Sunday morning from 0:80 a. m.
and Monday and Tuesday nights.
Because of the limited capacity of
the Synagogue those desiring to
nd are urged to call at the
synagogue immediately. Cantor II.
Lubel of Alabama will chant the
Musof services during the High
Holy Days. Cantor Lubel is known
BS an unusually able Cantor and
Hayman will chant the service and
Rabbi Max Shapiro will address
the boy. Following the services
the parents of the Bar Mitzva will
l-e host- at a reception in Beth
David Talmud Torah Hall in wh ch
all friends are invited. No cards
wiil be issue I.
At Saturday morning services
in Beth Jacob Synagogue tomor-
row beginning at '.' o'clock. Jerry
Goldhagen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Max Golha^en of Miami Beach
will become Bar Mitzva. Cantor
Maurice Mamches will chant the
services at which Rabbi David 1.
Rosenbloom will officate. The Bar
Mitzva will recite the Haftoro and
peak briefly. Rabbi Rosenbloom
will preach and Mr. Phi
man. president of the I
tion will present the Bar Mitzva
with hi- c< \
will follow at the synagogue and
then ai the Annell ll I
bei of the family and closi
friends.
Cantor Bori Schlachman, t<
inerlj with the Beth David Con-
one who chants the Holy Day lit- gregation, Beth Jacob I
Sun.-Mon.. Sept. 18-14
"ANYTHING GOES"
King CrosbyEthel Merman
Charles Ruggles
urgy in the traditional manner.
Slichoth services will begin Sat-
urday night at midnight and tb''
public is invited to attend. This
service is free.
> <
Mis. Benjamin LeVine of 826
Irtega eve., ('oral Gables, has
been named chairman of the Schol-
arship Committee of the Miami
lion and Miami J< wish I In
Congregation of Miami, known a-
the possessor of a beautiful
tone voice and well versed in lit-
urgy, was unanimously extended ;
call to conduct the High Holy Day
services with the Knesseth Isra ;
Congregation, the Orthodox (
gregation of Tampa, Fla. Cantor
Schlachman, who i< executive
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FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 11, 1936 Vol. 9No. 37
S!fe>
ISAAC M. RUBINOW
, A man of broad social vision, one of the very few creative
workers in the social welfare movement was Dr. Isaac F.
Kubinow. The field of social insuranceworkmen's compen-
sation, provision for old age and periods of unemployment
owes to him much of the development it has undergone in
recent years, and his work in this socio-economic domain
is said to have laid the groundwork for much of the pro-
gressive social legislation of recent years.
That he was the executive secretary of the B'nai B'rith
at the time of his death, and before assuming that post seven
years ago had been identified with some other Jewish organi-
zations, does not put him into the category of Jewish social
workers. His broad view embraced the entire field of sociol-
ogy, and it is as a sociological thinker in the most universal
sense of the term that he should be remembered.
Essentially very shy, Dr. Rubinow had few close friends.
But he felt all men to be his brothers, and, in accordance
with his principle that advanced thinkers must fight for the
developments which will insure a sounder society, he devoted
much time and effort to the problems of human welfare.
Dr. Rubinow's death will be mourned by all who appre-
ciate the importance of public-spirited and progressive men
for human society.
Happy New Year
Having had no vacation this
year we delegated to Phineas J.
Biron 3rd the writing of the New
Year's colamn, which you will
enjoy under the title of Strictly
Conjectural We may be a bit
premature, but here go a few New
Year's wishes ... To Felix H.
Warburg, more naches from Pales-
tine and Germany ... To Henry
Morgenthau, Sr., that some of his
friends stop calling him the father
of Morgenthau ... To Stephen S.
Wise, a twin brother so that he
won't have to run himself ragged
in behalf of the Jews ... To
Cyrus Adler, a realization that
secret diplomacy died with the Ver-
sailles Peace Conference ... To
Louis D. Brandeis, a few more
liberal colleagues on the bench .
To Benjamin II. Cardozo, a com-
plete recovery from his illness,
which alarms many of his friends
. To Albert Einstein, J. P. Mor-
gan's yacht ... To Leon Trotzky,
a quiet homeland ... to Chaim
Weizmann, another T. N. T. dis-
covery that would make the Brit-
ish cabinet situp and listen .
To Herbert Lehman, a bigger ma-
jority than in 1934, to confound
the prejudice mongers in his home
state ....
man Jewry He gave $10,000
. Our friend Pierre Van I'aassen
is mi the barricades in Spain .
Leon Trotzky's friends in the
United States have been unsuc-
cessful in their efforts to obtain
permission for the former Soviet
war lord to come to America .
European shipping agents for Ger-
man lines now have a special form
for Jewish passengers The
form has two letters on it, A and
N'A The former stands for
Aryan and the latter Non-Aryan
. In Yemen there is a Jewish
shrine to Mori Salem Elshabzi Taez
which is the Mecca annually for
thousands of Jews from the Ori-
ent seeking cures and other mira-
cles The European art world
is holding its breath The
Nazi's are planning an exhibit of
Hitler's artistic creations ,
MIAMI
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
Thank you members and friends
for the turnout at our two day
Labor Day Celebration. It was
indeed gratifying
to the committee
in charge to have
received such
splendid coopera-
tion from all to
help climax a
most successful
Labor Day cele-
bration.
Among the lucky winers of the
games and contests were: Phylis
Shulman, Sonny Rubenstein, Isa-
dore J. Serkin, Melvin Sokel, Mrs.
Max Winer and Miss Ethel Min-
cer. Walking off with the Knock
Rhummy honors was Mr. Louis
Safer, and victorious in the Pin-
nochle tournament was Joseph
Syman. Honors for dishing out the
food at a generous pace were the
able wokers; Mrs. Nat Blumberg,
Mr. and Mrs. Max Shankman, Mrs.
Moss, Mrs. M. Mincer, Mrs. Al
Rosenfeld, Mr. Ben Serkin and
last but not least our generalis-
simo Boris Schlachman.
Following the picnic the major-
ity of the crowd attended the Dia-
mondball game between the Y and
the first place W. I. O. D. NEWS
teab. We were to have been as-
sured of a tie for first place by
gaining a victory in this game
which we did win 4 to 1 but it
seems like some of the officials
are trying to pull the wool over
Manager Max Goldstein's eyes.
The rub is this, Marine AC lost a
scheduled game to WIOD NEWS
about a month ago to the tune
of 8 to 4 and a protest was made
by the losers that the umpires
were drunk. This protest was al-
lowed and the game was played
over again Tuesday nite with the
Marine team winning 4 to 3.
Their victory left the standings:
I. Marine A.C. won 9 lost 4 (2)
Y.M.H.A. wno 9 lost 5 and WIOD-
NEWS won 9 and lost 6. We
immediately raised a protest and
have received the support of J.
Kubinowia
Few people knew the real Isaac
M. Rubinow ... To the Jewish
world he was an executive of a
national Jewish organization .
At heart he was a scholar, research
worker and a creator in the sphere
of social welfare ... He had a
finely developed sense of humour
. a most devastating irony .
His only real passion outside of
sociology was custard pie .
When some years ago the Bran-
deis Zionist group wanted to intro-
duce efficiency in the Zionist office
they made Rubinow plenipoten-
tiary efficiency expert He was
a glorious flop, because if there
was one thing he hated it was
petty office management ... He
did not fear death because to him
it was nothing but a scientific
phenomenon that everybody has to
experience .
Pot Pourri
The New York World-Telegram
carried 15 lines of Yiddish on the
front page of its September 1st
issue They were a transla-
tion of the new penalties for auto-
mobile speeding The W. T.
also printed the penalties in Ger-
man, Italian and Spanish .
Douglas Gregory, manager of the
Provincetown Playhouse doesn't
like the Jews ... He fired a Jew
from the cast of his company
solely because of his race The
revival of "Victoria Regina" finds
a Jew playing the role of Disraeli
... He is Abraham Sofaer, the
leading Jewish actor of the Eng-
lish stage Anton Kaufman,
publisher of the Newark Jewish
Chronicle, will worship at Rosh
Hashanah services this year in a
brand new silk talith The
praying shawl is the gift of the
Budapest Congregation San-
dor, the late duelist, and Joseph
iVeszi, journalist, were the only
others to be similarly honored .
1 Don't be surprised if Clifford
i Odets, the playwright, and Luise
Rainer, actress, become Mr. and
Mrs. before long Dr. Sol G.
medico But he's going places
medico ... Be he's going places
. Several months ago he was
named chief of staff of medicine
at Detroit's Receiving Hospital .
And now he's been elevated to the
post of associate professor of clin-
ical medicine at Wayne University
. But you've got to read the
catalogues to know about it .
Transatlantic
Marchioness Reading, daughter
of the late Lord Melchett, will
visit the United States this win-
ter in the interests of a Jewish
organization Dr. Chaim Weiz-
mann will not be seen in America
this year ... He expects to be
busy with the Royal Commission
during and after its investigation
. To Prof. Herbert Speyer, Bel-
gian mathematician, goes the honor
of being the biggest professorial
contributor to the Council of Ger-
Hate-Spreading
Bodies Exposed
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American anti-Jewish groups. It
I makes frequent reference in its
literature to Edmondson, Colonel
Sanctuary, the Patriotic Publish-
ing Co. (publishers of "The Amer-
ican Gentile") and simiuar leaders
and groups. It advocates the read-
ing of Congressman McFadden's
speech attacking the Jews and the
Protocols. (James True is presi-
dent).
Louis Shochet, editor of the
Floridian, Jack Bell, sports editor
of the News and Earl Barr Han-
son, all interested in fair play at
all times. Our protest is that
according to all no protest should
have been allowed in replaying
Tuesday's game. If we gain no
more solace than having raised a
loud squawk in our efforts for
fair play we will have accom-
plished a moral victory. Our real
consolation comes from the fact
that we defeated both Marine AC
and WIOD-NEWS 2 games each
which gives us top rating with the
fans. Watch the papers for more
data in regard to the above pro-
test.
In In concluding our celebra-
tion we successfully presented a
Frolic and Dance at the Miami
Beach Golf and Country Club Mon-
day nite.
Mr. Louis Shochhet has named
me the Aviator Steno being that
I Soar around until I find a Key
and then Land on it.
The Y clubrooms will be closed
Wednesday until the conclusion of
the Rosh Hashona holidays.
Last Wednesday the Diamond-
ball team was honored by its
members and friends for their
splendid showing in the Beach
League.
Mr. Tobin of the Seven Up Bot-
tling Company presented1 the
drinks and Hy Schwartz, Distrib-
utor for the Dulce cigars, provided
the smokes.
'!Allied Patriotic Societies (af
filiated with the American Coali-
tion Society). This group is under
the control of a wealthy New York
lawyer, John B. Trevor. By way of
its violent oposition to the New
Deal, it attacks "The alien and
immigrant stock who now control
the government" and thus it dis-
closes its anti-Semitism. In this
office I bought a copy of Colonel
Edwin Marshall Hadley's "T.N.T."
which is an attack on Communism
as a Jewish conspiracy. "But we
let Mr. True doe most of the Jew-
baiting" an office assistant in-
formed me. Defenders of the
Christian Faith. This is one of the
important anti-Semitic movements
because it reaches the fundamen-
talist Christians of the country
with unscrupulous attacks on the
Jews written by the Rev. Gerald
Winrod of Wichita, Kansas. The
same attacks are first printed in
the Defender and the Revealor,
both edited by Winrod in Wichita,
and having a combined circulation
of something like 150,000. Win-
rod's thesis is that Communism is
a Jewish conspiracy to destroy
Christianity. Ever since the com-
ing of Jesus the Jews have sought
the destruction of his message.
This view, by the way, is shared
by nearly all of the anti-Semitic-
leaders with whom I have talked.
But why continue the listing of
these organizations and the nau-
seating details concerning their
ideas, plans, and purposes? Yes,
why? Because it is necessary for
Americans to know these facts if
they are to be forewarned of the
danger of being engulfed in Fas-
cism and a wave of racial hatred
and religious bigotry. There are
other important groups which I
should discuss if space permitted.
There are the following which
must be watched: Ernest Goerner
Publicity Bureau (Milwaukee). lt-
thesis is "the Jew-advisors are the
cancer in our body politic. Ameri-
can Blue Corps, Sharon, Penna.;
the Black Shirts, Atlanta, Ga.;
American National Socialist Lea-
gue, New York City. They hold
open-air meetings weekly during
the summer. Benjamin Franklin
fociety, Waukegan, 111. Th-3 leader,
E. H. Peterson, says the Jews
caused the depression. Constitu-
tion of America, Los Angeles, Cal.
Advocates reading of Protocols at
public meetings to inform Ameri-
cans o,f Jewish plans. Ku Klux
Klan. Still active in many places
fighting Catholics, Jews and
Negroes. Patriotic Sons of Amer-
ica, Philadelphia. Charles Helm,
leader, declares that Jews have
displaced Protestant leadership in
America. Paul Revere Society,
Chicago. Col. Edwin Marshall
Hadley, president, is a close friend
of Col. Sanctuary. Col. Hadley be.
lieves that every evil in America
omes from the Jews. Silver Shirts
of America. Commander-in-chief,
William Dudley Pelley. Pelley has
many associates throughout the
country who have set up local Sil-
Iver Shirt groups under various
names. Sentinels of the Republic,
Raymond Pitcairn, leader. Their
real purposes exposed in Congress,
precipitated the resignation of
Alexander Lincoln of Boston as
president. Brotherhood of Build-
ers of Business. Edwin Paul
Richter, Chicago, general com-
mander and organizer.
There are also numerous "pan
Aryan" groups and societies, as
for example, the "Pan-Aryan Al-
liance," and the "Local Aryan."
"Christian Citizenship Organiza-
tion of the United States." And
not least important, the Rev4 Ralph
E. Nollner's "Federation of 10,-
000,000." He hopes that many
Southern Christians will join him
in his anti-Semitism.

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THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN
Friday, September 11, 1936
Jacksonville News
The opening meeting of the sea-
IOn was held Wednesday night by
the Jewish Progressive Society. In-
teresting speakers were heard on
the program and an enjoyable eve-
ning was had.
Plans were discusssed for an
active season in the interest of
Jewry and welfare in the com-
munity, it was announced. Re-
freshments were served.
STATEWIDE NEWS
Mr. .1. Milchman, has returned
alter an absence of several weeks,
he visited with his daughter and
sons-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Torch,
of Macon, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
Shapiro, of Jax. and Mr. and Mrs.
Simon Reed, of Daytona Beach.
A delightful, informal luncheon
was given by Miss F.dythe Mosco-
vitl in the Carling grill, honoro-
ing her house guest -Miss Maty
Helen Wonder of Atlanta, Ga.
After luncheon bridge was en-
joyed.
Those attending the affair were:
Miss Wender and Misses Libby
Mazo, Florence Cohen, Evelyn
Silverman, Sylvia Peltz and the
hostess. Miss Moscovitz.
Mr. and Mrs. Myer Samuel of
Boston, Mass., announce the birth
of a daughter. Ada Jean, on Aug-
ust 21 in Richardson House of
Boston Lying-in Hospital. Mrs.
Samuel is the former Miss Helen
Sloat of Jacksonville, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. ,1. Sloat of this city.
The baby's paternal grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. David Samuel
of Lot Angeles. Calif. Mr. Samuel
is now connected with the Flood
Control Division of U. S. Engi-
ncets, Boston.
The Jacksonville Jewish Center,
Silver and Third streets, is mak-
ing plans for observance of the
High Holy Days, which will be
ushered in Wednesday, September
16, at sunset.
Arrangements were made for
the solemn services, both on the
New Year and the Day of Atone-
ment, at a recent meeting of the
religious committee of the Center
which is headed by D. Mosscovitz.
Rabbi Morris D. Margolis, as-
sisted by a men's choir, will be
in charge of the services in the
main synagogue. An additional
service will be conducted in the
Center Auditorium under the su-
pervision of Oscar Magezis. The
Rev. Joseph Robin will officiate.
St. Petersburg
Notes
man of Treasure Island.
Mrs, Hairy Mogul and son,
Berry, returned from their sum-
mer vacation.
Miss Ruth Engelman, Mr. H.
Herman, Ely Grossman and Harry
Kellar returned from a trip to
Miami.
Mr. anil Mrs. Fienberg and fam-
ily came home from their vacation.
Mrs. Carrol has moved into her
new home.
Mr. and Mis. L. Esrick returned
home from a trip to Miami.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Rubin and
daughter returned from an exten-
sive trip to the North.
The Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid
Society of the Congregation B'nai
Israel had a meeting recently at
which Rabbi Baumel's wife was
presented. Refreshments were
served and plans were made for a
card party to be given the Sunday
night after Yom Kippur, the pro-
ceeds to go for books for the He-
brew and Sunday schools.
The hostesses for that occasion
will be Mesdames H. Herman, S.
Goldberg and M. Robbins.
Orlando Notes
Misss Ruth Esther Rosen is vis-
iting Mrs. Lois Louis of Miami.
Mrs. M. Bork of Jacksonville is
the guest of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Segal.
Mr. M. Wittenstein returned
from Pittsburgh, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Safer and
Miss Doll Safer spent Labor Day
in Miami.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Rivkind of
Cleveland, Ohio, are the guests of
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. S.
Shapiro.
Mr. Jacoby of Miami was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Her-
The junior congregation will
hold separate services in the Prayer
loom under the guidance of Joseph
Mizrahi,
The Penitential season will be
ushered in with Selichos, to be
conducted by Rabbi Margolis at
midnight Saturday, September 12.
The seating committee, consist-
ing of Max Rubin, David Mosco-
vitz, Max Rose, Benjamin Baker
and Oscar Magezis, will assign
Beast to the worshippers.
INSTALLATION
Rabbi Morris Baumel was duly
installed into office as Rabbi of
Congregation B'nai Israel last Sun-
Jay evening.
Mr. H. M. Jacobs, president of
the Congregation, presided. Rabbi
Baumel presented a tentative out-
line of his activities.
Among other speakers were
Rabbi Shenker, formerly at Day-
tona Beach, and his father.
, Refreshments we re served by the
Ladies' Auxiliary.
Miss Beatrice Leiberman has
returned from a visit in New
York. She will leave this week for
I the University of Alabama, at
Tuscaloosa, Ala., where she is a
student.
I.eibovitz, Miss Miriam and Paul-
I ine Leibovitz, Miss Mildred Simo-
vitz, and Misss Beck Weiss.
Over 10 guests called during
the afternoon.
Mr. Jackie Liebman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. I. Liebman, has left for
St. Petersburg Military Academy.
Mr. Melvin Berger, son of Mr.
and Mrs. A. R. Berger, has left
for St. Petersburg where he en-
rolled as a student in the St.
Petersburg Military Academy.
Mr. Earnest Lefkowitz of Win-
ston-Salem, N. C, is visiting his
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ris Lefkowitz.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fleischer and
daughter, Phyllis, returned from
New York.
Miss Gertrude Haimovitz left
Monday to enter the University of
Alabama, at Tuscaloosa, Ala., for
her freshman year.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Baker and
(laughters, Misses Dorothy and
Lucille returned from a motor
tour.
Mrs. Daniel Cracowaner, Miss
Charlotte Cracowaner and Miss
Ruth Salsbury returned from a 10
weeks tour of the west, visiting
in Mexico and California.
Miss Hannah Biscow was gen-
eral chairman of the Labor Day
celebration and dawn dance given
by the F. T. E. Club in the Jack-
sonville Jewish Center; Miss So-
phie Spivak, publicity committee
chairman, and Miss Edith Levin,
,vice president^ acting president.
A cocktail party was given by the
club members preceding the dance.
Tampa Notes
Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Simovitz
entertained at their home, Sunday
afternoon at an open house, hon-
oring their son and daughter-in-
law, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Simovitz,
who were recently married in New-
York City. Friends called between
the hours of 3 and 6 o'clock.
In the receiving line were Mr.
and Mrs. S. Simovitz, Mrs. L.
Walzer. and Mr. and Mrs. L. Sim-
ovitz. Assisting the hostess in the
hospitalities were Mrs. J. Weiss,
Mrs. M. G. Rosenberg, Mrs. M.
Mrs. S. Augustine, of Miami is
the guest of her son and daugh-
ter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. L. S.
Augustine.
Mrs. Hortense Leopold returned
from a trip to Europe and with
I her two daughters, Miss Hortense
and Laura, is staying with friends
'in Asheville for several weeks.
Hortense will enter the freshman
class at Ward-Belmon college in
Tennessee this fall. Mrs. LeopolJ
and Miss Laura will return home
about Sept. 15th.
Mrs. L. S. Oppenheimer is
spending a month with friends in
New York City.
Mrs. Sam Berger returned to
Orlando after a visit with rela-
tives at Newport News, Va.
The many friends of Mrs. Meyer
Berkman are happy to note that
she has fully recovered from a
recent illness.
George Wolly left Monday to
enter the University of Florida, at
Gainesville.
Mrs. George Silverstein and
daughter, Arline, returned from :>.
vacation at Daytona Beach.
Mrs. Win. Berkowitz and two
children, Ruth and Joseph, re-
turned home after vacationing at
Daytona.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Berkman and
son and daughter returned from a
nine weeks' visit in New York.
Mrs. Leo Fox and two children
returned from a two months' vaca-
tion at Daytona Beach.
THE WORLD'S WINDOW
Superstition
Bv l.l'DWK; I.EWISOHN
(This column is copyrighted by
l he Seven Arts Feature Syndicate.
Reproduction in whole or in part
strictly forbidden. Any infringe-
ment will be prosecuted).
There are still innocent people
who think that the lower kinds of
anti-Semitism can be successfully
nut byargument and rectification
of error and who therefore will
not engage in those public actions
involving positive and affirmative
moral power and Jewish solidarity
which alone can shift the inner
emphasis of the anti-Semite from
a feeling of complete security and
immunity to one of hesitation and
uncertainty. For let us not for-
get: for the full enjoyment of his
phobia the anti-Semite must be
convinced that it can never harm
him. Rob him of that feeling of
entire security and his phobia will
no longer function satisfactorily in
his psychical economy.
Two recent incidents prove once
more, if any further proof were
needed, the fact that anti-Semi-
tism is completely divorced from
fact and that it is a superstition
rising to phobic proportions. It is,
therefore, like all superstitions and
like all phobias a psychical me- j
chanism that has two purposes ,
' which sometimes appear singly and
sometimes blended; a propitiatory
purpose and a self-exculpatory
purposea purpose which says:
"May fate spare me!" and a pur-
pose which says: "It is not my
fault!" In other words, anti-Semi-
es either knock wood with their
i anti-Semitism or pass the buck.
I In troubled times when the feel-
ing of guilt in mankind is intensi-
fied the latter motive will prevail
over the former. In tranquil peri-
ods the propitiatory motive, less
! dangerous than the self-exculpa-
tory one, will prevail. Why the
.lew- are singled out as the objects
J or contents of these phobic super-
stitions is a long and intricate
j story but not at all an obscure
one when properly thought out.
It has to do with the uniqueness
of the Jewish people as an his-
toric phenomenon; it has, as is
scarcely worth repeating, nothing
to do with the actions or the char-
acter of any individual Jew or
group of Jews anywhere or at any
time.
Let us get on to the two recent
incidents which prove so beauti-
fully, as with the fine accuracy
of mathematics the phobic charac-
ter of any and every anti-Semitic
phenomenon. There is the redoubt-
able Father Coughlin who has
been periodically hinting around
that all the greatest and most!
dangerous capitalists in the world
are Jews. (Wouldn't it be swell j
if that were so and we could help
our brethren in Central and East-
ern Europe and rebuild Palestine j
on a Carnegie-Morgan-Rockefeller-
Ford scale instead of clamoring for
pittances among a frightfully poor
people?) Now Father Coughlin
comes out and says that he is no
enemy of the Jews, that he doesn't
even expect them to become Chris-
tians, but that they simply must
as a minimum, abandon their eth-
ics of revenge, their eye for an
eye and tooth for a tooth princi-
ple and subscribe to the Christian
maxim to love one's neighbor as
oneself. Well, I don't know from
what seminary Father Coughlan
graduated. He must have grad-
uated from some. I don't accuse
him of Old Testament scholarship
or Hebraic studies. He must as a
student have read his Catholic ver-
I sion of the scripture, his Latin
Bible. He must still have a copy
j around the house in which in
'Leviticus 1!:18 he must have read:
lliliges amieum tuum sicut teip-
sum. Now that's a very inaccurate
translation, for rea in the original:
V'ahavtha I'reacha kamocha doesn't
like the Latin Amicus mean friend
(which narrows the principle) but
neighbor, fellowman. Moreover rea
is used in the dative case in the '
Hebrew which gives an additional
fine shading in the text: we are
able to entertain toward our fel-
lowmen the same kindness that we
necessarily feel for ourselves. And
Jesus of Nazareth, an observant
and not unlearned young Phara-
saic teacher quoted this Jewish
principle as He had received it from
His teachers. So what, as the
common saying goes today? This:
that Father Coughlin, like every
cleric of any Christian Church
knew and knows perfectly well
with his sane and normal mind
that the principle of brotherly love
among men is a Jewish principle,
first enunciated by the Jews, bor-
rowed from Jews, illustrnted in-
numerable times among Jews and
practiced by Jewish men and
women not only among themselves
but in relation to their Christian
neighbors within the limits of our
common, sinful nature at least as
well as it has ever been practised
by the Christians who borrowed
it from us among themselves, infi-
nitely better than that Christian
world which Father Coughlan
thinks he represents has ever
Tampa Notes
Congregation Rodoph Sholom,
Tampa, Fla., will usher in Rosh
Hashono services next Wednesday
at 7:30 p. m.J Thursday at 8 a.m.
and 7:30 p. m., and Friday at 8
a. m. and 8 p. m. Rabbi Adolph
Burger will conduct the Musof
services with the choir and speak
on Thursday morning on "New
Year Reflections" and on Friday
morning on "Eternal Life." Mr.
David Stein will read the Shaeharin
services.
practised it toward us. In other
words: When any tough of the
phobic superstition of anti-Semi-
tism attacks any man he forgets
his A.B.C. He is stricken with vio-
lent stupidity; he babbles non-
sense.
Even more wildly farcical is the
latest pronouncement of the chief
of the Fascist rebels in Spain. If
and when they win, says this gen-
tleman, there will be no govern-
ment "by dirty politicians, Free
Masons and Jews." Jews? Jews in
Spain? But they were expelled en
masse nearly four and a half cen-
turies ago. In quite recent years
a tiny dribble returned. They have
minyane in three cities: Madrid,
Barcelona, Sevillaa tiny handful
of people without wealth, power,
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Friday, September 11, 1936
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Society
(Continued from Page 2)
a practicing attorney with offices
in the Seybold building. He and
Mis. Roth are residing at 1400
Pennsylvania ave., Miami Beach.
*
An urgent appeal to the Jewish
residents of Greater Miami for $1
contributions to the organization
has been issued by the Jewish Wel-
fare Bureau in letters mailed
broadcast throughout this area.
Begun several years ago, this is a
revival of a custom upheld by tra-'
dition for the giving of charity on
the eve of the Holy Days. Those
desiring to make contributions arc
urged to send their $1 to the Jew-
ish Welfare Bureau in the Congress
Building or to leave their contribu-
tion at the Synagogue or Temple
wherein they will worship.

High Holy Day services will be
ushered in at Beth David next
Wednesday evening with services
at 7 p. m., Cantor Louis Hayman
chanting. Thursday morning serv-
ices will begin at 8 a. m. with Mr.
Louis Weinkle chanting the Shach-
iis and Cantor Louis Hayman as-
sisted by the choir chanting the
Musof services. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro will preach on "The Dark and
Sombre Night of Israel's I'a-t
Yeai 5696." Friday morning serv-
ices will hear Rabbi Shapiro preach
on "The Dawn of a New Morn-
ing-Israel's New Year r.fSHT."
.Special Junior congregation serv-
i is will be conducted both day-,
with Peritz Scheinberg pleaching
nil "Israel's Serious Problem," the
liisl day of Rosh Hashono and
"Our Solution t:> the Problem" on
the second day. On the following
Sabbath, Shabbos Shuvo, Rabbi
Shapiro will preach in Yiddish on
"Even This Will Pass Away."
Rosh Hashono will be ushered
in at the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation next Wednesday eve-
ning at 7 p. m. with Cantor H.
Lubel chanting. Thursday morn-
ing services begin at 8 a. m. and
Cantor Lubel will chant the Musof
service. Rabbi A. S. Jacobson will
preach in Knglish on Thursday and
again on Friday, the second day
of Rosh Hasshono. Saturday morn-
ing Rabbi Jacobsun will preach in
Yiddish on "Shabbos Shuvo."

Mr. Paul Marks, prominent at-
torney of this city, returned to th<:
city after a month's trip on busi-
ness and pleasure to New York
City and the Adirondack Mountains.

Erwin Rosenfeld returned to
Gainesville to resume his studies
at the University of Florida.
* *
Charles Adelman returned to the
city after a two week's vacation
at llendersonville, N. C.
*
Mr. I. Silver returned by boat
from a vacation spent in New
York.
*
The subjects of Rabbi Rosen-
bloom's sermons on Rosh Hashono
are "A Rabbi Lookn at the General
Jewish Problem," on Thursday, in
Knglish; Thursday afternoon in
Yiddish, "The Day of Judgment or
Grace Which?" Friday morn-
ing the Rabbi will preach in Eng-
lish on "A Rabbi Looks at Local
ins." Saturday morning
Shabbos Shuva, the Rabbi will
speak in Engish on "The True |
Meaning of Tshuvo." Saturday
Page Five
afternoon, in Yiddish, on "Shabbos
Shuva."
Ku Klux Klan Rally Fails to Draw
Crowd
Yorktown Heights, N. Y. (WNS)
Less than 200 Klansmen gathered
here for the Labor Day weekend
rally which Ku Klux Klan leaders
expected to draw 15,000 K.K.K.
members from Westchester and
Putnam counties in the first Klan
gathering hereabouts since L981.
(nancl Dragon H. W. Garing, in
his address, declared that the
Klan does not hate Jews, Catholics
or Negroes but it is organized
solely to fight Communism. Despite
protests of Catholics of the vicin-
ity a cross was burned at the
gathering.
woman, a childbeachcombers.
Don't worry: when the island
pseudo-Hitler arises his battle cry
will be: ".luden raus!"
And let us not forget that those
few Jews who returned to Spain
did so because the Spanish gov-
ernment had a pro-Jewish spell.
People of culture in Spain an-
nounced that the expulsion of the
Jews had done the country harm.
The Revieta de la Kaza said hand-
some things. In U)24 the Cortes
passed a law permitting fugitive
Sephardim along the Mediterran-
ean literal to appeal for protection
to Spain. In 1929 Judaeophiles be-
gan publishing at Barcelona a
Bibloteca Hebraeo-Catalan, re-
prints of mediaeval Hebrew clas-
sics with the original text and a
Catalan translation. I saw copies
of the first volume at Lipschitz'
.hop on the Place de L'Oden with
my own eyes. So gradually a few
Jews drifted to Spain. Well, if the
Fascist win, God forbid, they will
burn the Hebrew-Catalan books
and keep a few copies to show how
the Jews undermined the purity of
Spanish culture, lending themselves
(Aha, see the disruptive brutes!)
to the spread of Catalan at the
expense of Castilian!
Superstition. Phobia. Babble of
fools. At least remember that! .
Copyright, l'.'.':>'>. Seven Arts Pea-
lure Syndicate.
The World's
Window
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influence, a helpless group of peo-
ple trying to make a living. Jews!
cries the Spanish general, already
fancying himself a Hitler. That
there are no Jews doesn't give him
pause. The word and the supersti-
tion suffice him. A friend of mine
tells an amusing story about there
being on u certain South Sea
Island exactly three Jewish souls
from Norfolk Street, a man, a
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, September 11, 1930
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Starting at the Tivoli Theatre
Sunday and playing thru
,y in "Big Brown Eyes"
Granl and Joan Bennett, two
of the outstanding stars in mov-
ari presented in a sinister
undercurrent of drama though
never part of it. It is a vivid por-
trayal of the Park Ave. .i-v.'l
stealing racket which startled New
York some time ago and which
ed a private detective whi
.1 with the thieves and split
the rewards. Miamians remember
the episode at the .Miami Biltmore
Hotel last year when seventy-five
thousand dollar- of jewelry were
. and recovered in a manner
that eau-ed the detective involved
to be sentenced to a ten year
pi on term. It is a drama not of
the usual gangster type so often
seen.
In "Anything (Joes." the new
Bing Crosby musical, Paramount
iffers a fashion parade de luxe.
"Anything Goes," next week
at the 7th Ave. Theatre as the
feature attraction, is based on the
Broadway hit. The popular Cede
Porter songs are kept intact; to
them are added a group of paro-
dies on the theme of "You're the
Top."
Around Crosby are grouped, in
addition to the two players men-
tioned, Charlie Rubles and Grace
Bradley, Arthur Treaeher and
Robert MacWade.
The glibly action transpires oil
an ocean liner where Crosby, while
in search of romance, is mistaken
for a public enemy.
Jewish News
Around the
World
view of the Palestine situation
since April ID and says in part:
"Despite the promise of a Royal
Commission and all efforts at the
introduction of a reasonable spirit
of accommodation, these have|
hitherto failed, despite the well-
disposed intentions of the Arab
rulers to mediate by an under-
Standing. The conditions of ter-
rorism have unfortunately con-
tinued. Despite Nuri Pasha's inter-
vention the daily outrages and the
-ia\e disorders have continued.
After a careful review of the situa-
tion the government is satisfied
that the campaign of violence and
threats by which the Arab leaden
have attempted to influence policy
, annot be allowed to continue and
more rapid and effective action
must now he taken to end the state
of disorder with the least delay.
"For this purpose we consider
essential the sending of substantial
' reinforcements to Palestine. An
nldit or.al division of troops i- ac-
ingi} being sent. Owing v>
the size of the reinforcements and
h? additional responsibilities en-
tai'.c.l, the government has decided
up n supreme military control of
the country to be entrusted to
Lieut.-Gen. Hill, late director of
general military operations and in-
telligence, War Office. Govern-
ment deeply regrets that such a
decision is forced upon them.
Great Britain accepted the Man-
date for Palestine upon terms in-
volving responsibility for the wel-
fare of all sections of the popula-
tion of Palestine. It regards th
responsibility as a trust and has
no other choice than carrying .t
out. The government recalls the
report of the Council of the Lea-
gue of Nations of 1930 saying the
following two assertions accurately
expressed the conceiv.-d essence <>i
the Palestine Mandate: One. the
obligations laid down in the Man
cate for Palestine regarding the
two Bections of the population arc
of equal weight; and two. the ob-
ligations imposed upon tin Manda-
tory are in no sense irreconcilable.
.Government are fully in accord
with the sense of this pronounce-,
ment at Geneva and have an ear-
nest desire to carry out this policy
with impartial justice to both
Arabs and .lews and to work for |
the peace and progress of the
country.
"It has been the constant aim |
of British policy to secure and
maintain relations of friendship
and confidence with the .Moslem
people. For this reason, apart
from others, they wish to avoid
by all mean- the course of action
now forced upon them. Hut no
!government, least of all one ex-
ercising mandatory responsibilities,
can allow themselves io be dc-
I ected by violence ami outrage.
"\\'e still hope, however, that
those disturbing the peace of Pales.
i,n,' will realize that their actions
are inimical to the true interests
of all sections of the population,
and the Mandatory Power is de-
termined to exercise authority with
impartiality and justice. The
Royal Commission will proceed to
Palestine to ascertain whether
there are legitimate grievances for
tin1 future either- among Arabs or
.lews and make recommendations
for the removal of fears. Govern-
ment is convinced that these ob-
jects are obtainable within the
framework of the Mandate, which
it has no intention of abandoning."
Switzerland before cominK to
America in 1H22.
Whispering Campaign Against
Prejudice Planned
Appleton, Wis. (WNS)-A
"Whispering campaign of appre-
ciation of Jews, Catholics and
Protestants" to spread among the
people of the entire country the
inter-religious good will expressed
at the sessions of the Midwest
Institute of Human Relations was
e'ecided upon by speakers at the
final day'- >essions. Dr. John A.
I-'app, prominent Catholic layman.
cited the two main sources of
prejudice as, first, "the implant-
ing false ideas of religions, races,
people and institutions in the
minds of our youth," and second,
/"the profit that people make out
of prejudice." Other speakers who
pleaded for Inter-religious toler-
ance and cooperation were Dr.
Felix Levy of Chicago, president
of the Central Conference of
American Rabbis; Dr. James M.
ALVIN WALDER
Yard, executive secretary of the
Chicago Round Table of Jews and
Christians; Dr. W. E. Garrison,
professor of Church History at the
University of Chicago; and Dr.
Philip L- Semon, director of the
Chicago Jewish People's Institute.
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New .Military Commander and More
Troops Seal to Palestine
London (WNS-Palcor Agency) -
After twenty weeks of unceasing
: i >| and violence ill Palestine .he
British government has decided to
restore order in the Holy Land by
sending large military reinforce-
and by naming Lieut.-Gen,
John Crc: Dill as the supreme
military director of all defense
forces in the country, the Colonial
Office has announced. The lengthy
statement accompanying the notice
of thi- decision starts with a re-
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