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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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

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Vol. 9No. 39
Combmng Ylhe Jiewiisilh lUiniHty
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________ ________MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2.",. 1936
Price Five Cents
THE WORLD'S WINDOW
The Liberals and We
Jewish News A
Around the
World
(This
Seven
durtion in whole or in part strictly for-Status in (Vntntl
hidden. Any infringement will be prwe- '
<"ted.) Europe nor a homeland
and
By LUDWIG LEWISOHN
TeatuV^te' V \ hc themselves, neither minorit.
Raster i
in Pale-
To many intelligent Jews it is n 'tine' Tn<' lib<"ral, >" brief, wants
source of irritation and sorrow the J,'ws to "e left a'one >n th-1
that so few of the world's liberals conviction that then they will din
are our friends. In America the !M**r even '" name and he will
conspicuous example of this un- be troubled by them no more,
friendliness is to be found in the The difference between the anti-
art.cles and editorials of the Na- Semite and the conventional liberal
t.on. Needless to say that the Na-j is this: the anti-Semite is a liar
tion is anti-anti-Semitic, that is. when he says he W8nts to ri(, the
Vladeck Praises Palestine,
Opposes Zionism
Still
SUMMARY OF EVENTS .
A SOLUTION IS SUGGESTED
NEW YORK (WNS)B. Char-
ney Vladeck, president of the ORT
Federation and general manager
of the Jewish Daily Forward, re-
turned from a visit to Palestine
^J^AI^SSAHSU^ jT say- for examp'e- that "the
the United states, written exclusively Jews are the cause of all our trou-
.mpe^affiC::! wd,rithen Sev'e'n Arts' M." is t0 do W"t all simple minds
h^!urdisfusns'!i,c'',wh,!,heARev-Dr- Bir.k- 'are forever seeking to do, namely
'* '""cusses what Americans who ,..
value their country's tradition of free- to OVer-Simpllfy our problems. If
ArerrnttiviS' TH^ EDITOR! ""' \H Wm PSSMe l CaDtUre f
By Dr. I.. M. BIRKHEAD the 15.000,000 Jews of the world
There are certain important an(l execute them, I do not believe
singing the praises of "jewish I faets about a" of the Fascist anti- that that wou|d solve all of our
achievements there, and especially I Semitic K'oups that I have enum- Problems, or any of them, for that
those of the Jewish labor move-j crate ment, but reported that he is still if 'hey are to be understood. .to be preached widely,
opposed to Zionism. He said that I Their theories bear a striking re- | 2> Ver-V closely associated with
the Arab terror had not halted semb'ance. Many of them believe the above over-simplification of
Jewish progress in the Jewish Ithat the soulcc of our trouble is civilization's problems by blaming
cease to be Jews except in name. so intensely that in order to be
What they are willing to defend able to defend it from persecution
is a shadow. Show them the sub- j he has initially to assume that it
stance and they are scarcely to be j has ceased to exist,
distinguished from anti-Semitics.
Harsh words but true. And the
It is childish or comic or tragic | penetrating truth may pierce even
as you will. For there would be 1 to the closed minds of the so-
no persecution if there were no'called liberals. How closed their
Jews. It is the substance of the minds are is illustrated once more
Jewish people that causes perse-. by the recent performance of Mr.
cution. It is the eternally unique | H. G. Wells, late-nineteenth-cen-
character of Israel that defines tury liberal-in-chief. "I ask the
both its existence and its fate. If
Want
U. S. to Intervene
Palestine
In
simple logic.
The facts which I have enumer- to saV to everybody (and to our-
'ated about the views of these selves) "don't blame races, groups,
groups concerning Communism and jor c'asses for the ills from which
WASHINGTON D C (WNS) Zionism are a,so important. Both vou suffer. There is no scapegoat
Militant action to'prevail upon the f thf" ** are part and*01- a <* OUT evils though we long
U. S. government to intervene with T f ^conspiracy of world *>r one at times.
Jewry to destroy modern Gentile ; Anti-bemitism is an idea alien
Great Britain in bshalf of che Jews
of Palestine is contemplated by
Senators Royal S. Copeland, War-
ren R. Austin and Daniel O. Hast-
ings, who have just returned from
you do not affirm that substance,
a visit to Palestine, it was learned
Jewish reader just to think why after the three Senators had called
his tradition has irritated such di- on Secretary of State Hull and
if you do not defend the right of verse peoples as it has done through la'd before him a report of their
that eternally unique character to the ages." What a fruitful sub- visit to the Holy Land.
exist and function in peace either ject of contemplation that would
everywhere or somewhere on earth be either for a Jew or for any ,. ., ,. o
-if you are unwilling to do .hat, nian! The face God gave him has "n,s Hl|P'd A" Na""- "-
What, in cold fact, are you de- not pleased. Let him change it. "* MuirftioiM Committee Charge.
eivi.ization. The Fascists claim
that 85 per cent of the Commun-
ists are Jews.
Streicher's slogan "the Jews
to America. There is much talk
now of alien philosophies and
theories which have been imported
into America. But there is no
question about racial hatred and
the cause of our trouble" is fast religious bigotry. These are de-
becoming the slogan of Streicher's finitely old world ideas from which
American counterparts. If Amor-
u ancestors sought to escape. On
ft nding?
Nothing.
What people has not irritated its
The gestures are follow peoples? Do the French Evidence proving that the dul'ont
tea i. to be saved, the Jews must this continent they set up a haven
be defeated, they say. f, the persecuted and the hated
These pro-Fasctot leaders all minorities. Are we going to im-
talOW each other and exchange p0rt the old-world hatreds into
ideas, lierature and letters. They America and disrupt our society?
keep in touch with each other.) 4. Anti-Semitism is a Gentile
WASHINGTON, I). C. (WNS)- |^J^S^JrZZZl Z*** Prob,em' not essentially a Jewish
one. It is the Gentile who hates
are one hundred per centers. They
- v..... ......... leiiuw peoples: io tne rrencn k1""^ mat mc uui um al(, consfintlv kin f --------- '"
empty. The words are vain. Their love the English or the English Company shared in the profits ac- Uh k connections Bnd persecutes the Jew. It is,
function is purely subjective. Lib- the Flench or either the Germans ufalg from Nazi rearmament was DmmJ!," "f ,! u< MOU|,s tne .therefore, the problem of the Gen-
erate dislike Jews. But on princi- or the Germans them? Does the made public here by the Senate!,^ .lm| ^j^ZZ^JJJ I*"* to deal with his fellows wh
pie they must not dislike Jews. Fleming love the Walloon or the Munitions Investigating Committee Tney
Hence they insist that Jews are Croatian the Serb
or
not or should not be that whicn Catalan from Barcelona the Cas-
they dislike and keep their liberal- tilian from Madrid? Well, all these
ism virgin by defending only peoples united in disliking us, in
something that does not exist. It being irritated by us because we
is not entirely their fault. Their have through our dispersion been
Jewish friends are usually fleein.; defenselessly exposed to this ab-
Jews, self-negating Jews, assimila-J normal enmity. But all these ir-
tory Jews (whether bourgeois or ,.itations at the perception of dif-
Marxist), Jews who go to the in- ....
.... Iference are vestiges of barbarism,
sane length of arguing, for in-, s
stance, that the differences be- A civilized man meets difference
tween Racine and Shakespeare are ; fellow-men with imaginative ap-
not the differences b e t we e n Ipreciation.
Frenchness and Englishness in oi-
rican Legion. are s0 full of the venom of racial
. fin., T Th, ,,,,, isajnSA %X' *n""""""blwr>"
vealed that the dul'onts have a ,; ...i, u u-.i .
.... ., J'ne work that Hitler has done in
stock interest in the Gorman cheni- (jernianv
teal trust which furnished Ger-
der to be able to deny the exist-
< nee of Jewishness.
Max Lerner of the Nation is not
By sharing and affirming the 25,000.
irritation which Mr. Wells bids us' ________
contemplate he shows that he has |
not yet emerged from that state K'nK Edward's
Physician Calls
t3 instruct his Gentile col-1of psychological tribalism in which Fascists and Communists Quacks
league ; Mr. Benjamin Stolberg's | the instinctive reaction of the
i i article was an almost farei-1 member of tribe A toward the
cal illustration of the Jewish cry i member of tribe B is not to un-
i .s ;ibe al G :itilc colleagues not | derstand him or appreciate him or
iHeve tha: .here are Jews, not learn what his specific contribu-
tion to mankind's common posses-
sions may be, but to make in some
form the following observation:
"Be like me or I'll knock you
down!"
5. The real plans and purposes
of these anti-Semitic groups should
be disclosed to the American peo-
many with its arms and munitions, These groups propose (and they ple. Many of these f, the
and also that the duPonts have are doing- it) to educate the coun- bannel. of patrioti.sm and in the
an agreement to exchange trade try in anti-Semitism. They want
secrets with Germany. Other evi- to defeat the New Deal because (
dence contained in the report it is a "Jew-Deal," they say. '
showed that the duPonts had made They cannot be ignored. They
an agreement with an internation- cannot be laughed out of exist- I
al spy to smuggle arms into the ence. Ridicule may help to re-)
Reich via Holland, but that the strain them but it is not a suff1- |. ttribut I
contract was destroyed in 1933, cient instrument for their destruc- '
after the duPonts had paid the spy tion. It is not sufficient to say
that they are erratic, fanatical and
psychopathic. The same thing was
said of Hitler in Germany before
he came to power.
to believe that there is a Jewish
peoj le. On this silly principle lib-
erals can go <,n protesting against
the persecution of the people who
are called Jews. But since the
thing is a name or, at best, i
neurosis, the Jews need no positive
opportunities to function either
sociologically or psychologically,
neither rights nor the freedom to
LONDON (WNS)"A plague
upon both their blouses," Baron
ilorder of Ashford, private phy-
ician to King Edward VIII, told
the psychologists of the British
Association for the Advancement
But what shall we do? you ask.
Ah, that is the rub; what wouldn't
modern civilization igive for an
answer to this problem of racial
;name of patriotism they circulate
worst sort of lies and un-
founded rumors about racial and
religious minorities. They make
one believe that there is a great
measure of truth in the statement
Dr. Johnson that
"Patriotism is the last resort of
scoundrels." The righteous indig-
nation of the American people
should be aroused against these
groups that are racketeering in
racial and religious bigotry.
(i. Some new and creative ap-
proach to the idea of "the brother-
hood of man" is needed. What we
say about this subject is so plati-
hatred and religious bigotry. But tu Such is, in fact.
spirit of Mr. Wells' description of
Jewish culture as "narrow and
racially egotistical." For in the
(Continued on Page 4)
who has the answer? Not I. And
no one else that I have conferred
of Science in a speech in which he with.
branded Fascism and Communism However, at the risk of being
as quackery. Warning Great Brit-' presumptious I am going to make d not know exactly how it should
1 ain against the "spurious reme-1 certain hints or suggestions. j be said but America should be told
the precise i digs and panaceas" of the dictator j 1. It needs to be said around the! that no one race or minority can
a profound truth in the Lowell
couplet that
"In the gain or loss of one race
All the rest have equal claim."
nations, Baron Holder said: "What world and shouted from the house- be injured without injury to the
matters the color of men's shirts tops that the source of modern lest ^ us-
if they are soon to be in their civilization's evils is not to be I 7- There is very great need that
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Page Two
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, September 25, 1935
A meeting of Beth David Sister-
hood was held at Beth Dnvid Tal-
mud Torah Hall last Wednesday
afternoon. Plans for a series of
benefit affairs were discussed and
will be announced shortly.
*
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion is sponsoring a benefit card
party on Sunday evening, Oct. 4,
at the home of Mrs. William Clein,
18G0 S. W. 4th St. Proceeds will
be used for the Talmud Torah
fund of the Synagogue. Refresh-
ments will be served and prizes
awarded for high scores. The pub-
lic is invited to attend.
*
Yom Kippur services at the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congregation
will be ushered in Friday evening
at 5:45 P. M. when the Kol N'edrei
service will be chanted by Cantor
Lubel. Immediately following the
Kol Nidrei service Rabbi A. S.
Jacobson will preach on "The Old
Temple." At Saturday morning
services Rabbi Jacobson will
preach on "Aaron's Son" immedi-
ately preceding the Yiskor or Me-
morial service. Cantor Lubel will
chant the Musof service, with
Messrs. B. Chertkoff and William
Clein chanting the Shachris and
Mincha service. Rabbi Jacobson
will preach briefly before the
Neilah or closing service which
will be chanted by Cantor Lubel.
*. ..
Registration for the Sunday
school of the Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation will begin next
Sunday morning, Sept. 27, prompt-
ly at ID A. M. at the Synagogue,
1546 S. W. 3rd St. Classes will
begin the following Sunday. All
children desiring to enroll are
urged to be on hand Sunday morn-
ing. Date for the registration for
thhe daily Talmud Torah classes
will be announced in our next is-
sue.
*
Mr. Lawrence Sapero of the
Fisher Lumber Co., returned to
the city this week after an ab-
sence ol" several months spent in
touring Continental Europe with
Mrs. Sapero, who will return to
Miami from New York shortly.
0
SOCIETY
Chester Cassel, a son of Mr. and
Mrs. Lionel Cassel of Miami Beach,
has returned to Gainesville, Fla.,
where he is attending the Univer-
sity of Florida. He has been ap-
pointed manager of the Phi Beta
Delta fraternity. During the sum-
The Jewish Floridian,
Miami, Florida.
Gentlemen:
0
bloom will preach in Yiddish on
"The Spirit That Pervades Us."
Saturday afternoon preceding the
closing service, Rabbi Rosenbloom
will again preach.

Yom Kippur services will be
mer he was at Hiawatha camp in j ushered in at Beth David Syna-
Quebec.
* *
Dr. Frank Coret and his son,
Irving, have gone to Valdosta, Ga.,
'where Irving will attend the junior
college of Emory University. Dr.
Coret will return Monday.
*
Junior Hadassahh is formally
We are living in a time in which
every Jew is interested in what
happens in Palestine.
I have recently studied the re-
own
tion at Temple Israel, a Dutch
supper is being sponsored by Tem-
In charge of arrangements is .1
committee headed by Mrs. J. A.
PERSONALS
goguc with the chanting of the
Kol Nidrei service by Cantor
Louis Dayman and the choir at
5:45 P. M. Rabbi Max Shapiro
will preach on "Would I Choose
to Be Born a Jew?" Saturday
morning immediately preceding the
Yiskor service Rabbi Shapiro will
preach on "Death Is Not An Un-
opening its year Sunday afternoon, happy Ending." Immediately pre-
Oct. 11, with a Parade of Fash- ceding the Neilah or closing scrv-
ions and Musicale at the Royal ice Rabbi Shapiro will preach on Richter.
Palm Club at 3 o'clock. "Facing the Morrow." At the ___
Outstanding feminine characters special children's service Saturdav
of history will be delineated with in Beth David Talmud Torah Hall,
their costumes serving as a back- Peritz Scheinberg will preach on Men! Women! Why Stay Single.
ground against which the styles "Which Is the Jewish Way?" Try our plan! Join Americas
that the modern young lady selects, original and finest Jewish cor-
will be portrayed. A brief tableau One of the most rtnthusiastic reapondence club.
will precede the Fashion Revue, for meetings of the season was held nlntl". happiness.
: which Miss Irene Fair will be a.- by the local B'nai B'rith Lodge last companist. Tuesday evening at Beth David
The national organization of .hi- Talmud Torah Hall. Plans for the
Jiior Hadassah has 18'.l chapters establishment of a Jewish Stu-
throughout the United States, and dent's Union at the University of
at present the Miami unit has a Miami were discussed. An address
membership of 00. The work con- by one of the student leaders who
reported that more than 200 Jew-
ish students were ready to co-
operate with the B'nai B'rith Com-
mittee was given an ovation. In
charge of this work is a committee
consisting of Rabbi Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan, Rabbi Max Shapiro, Rabbi
David I. Rosenbloom, Rabbi Col-
man Zwitman, Mr. Isaac Levin,
Milton A. Friedman and Sam
Sunday morning, Sept. 27, at 10
A. If. in Beth David Talmud Torah Sports and have formed my
Hall. Registration for Beth David opinion.
Talmud Torah will begin Monday As in most cases history repeats
and Tuesday from 4 to 5:30 P. M. itself. Josephus Flavius, the Jew.
and all desiring to enroll are ish Roman Governor, was not
urged to register on these days, j much help to the Jewish cause,
I nor was Sir Herbert Samuel, the
As part of the Succoth celebra- Jewish first High Commissioner
for Palestine.
When Sir Herbert appointed Haj
pie Israel Sisterhood on Sunday Amin el Husseini (the present
evening, Oct. 4, beginning at 6:30 Grand Mufti) president of the
o'clock at Kaplan Hall. Following | Moslem Supreme Council and
the supper a program of games Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, he
and music has been arranged for wrote the death sentence of many
the entertainment of the guests. Jews in Palestine.
Nationwide,
confidential service.
Write to: Home Correspondence
Club, Box 47, Maywood, Illinois.
Haj Amin el Husseini in 1919
was a fugitive from justice. Ife
; had been sentenced by the British
High Court to seven years hard
labor for instigating and partici-
pating in riots against Jews. Sir
Herbert unwisely pardoned this
I man and appointed him to high
positions in which he (Haj Amin)
; cruelly continued and increased his
dangerous and subversive activities
in Palestine.
LSI DOR ROTH
sista principally of supporting four
main projects in Palestinethe
Orange Grove, the Children's Vil-
lage, the Nurses' Training School,
and J. N. F. Mrs. Murray Gross-
man is president erf the Miami
unit.
Guests and friends are invited
1 the meeting of Junior Hadassah
AQUI SE HABLA ESPANOL
Shadow
paneled
Rev. and
will return
week.
Mrs. Nathan Wroobel
to Miami early next
* *
Junior Council of Jewish Wo-
men held a business session Wed-
nesday evening at the Beth David
Talmud Torah. Final plans for the
last dance of the summer, the
"New Year Dance," were made.
Posters and floaters were distrib-
uted. The dance will take place
1 1 xt Sunday evening a) the Royal
Palm Club.
Featured at this event will be
the finals of the dance contest
when a loving cup will be pre-
sented to the winning couple. Miss
I.ee Kasanof is chairman assisted
by Mrs. B. Wernicoff, Mrs. S.
Steinberg and Miss N, Wernicoff.
on Monday evening, Sept. 28, when Wicssel. Arrangements for serv-
members of Young Judea will en- ices at the University, the estab-
tertain them with a varied pro- lishment of a library and similar
gram. activities will be made shortly.
Junior Hadassah members will Similar arrangements will be made
serve refreshments after the pro- at the University of Florida in
gram. Gainesville. A committee was ap-
, pointed to report on the feasibility
The engagement of Dr. Edward of encouraging Jewish youth edu-
Roth of Miami Beach to Miss Mar. cation in Greater Miami. This
ffaret Goldberg of Augusta, Ga., committee is headed by Mr. Nathan
was announced this week. Miss Adelman, vice president of the
Goldberg is the daughter of Mr, Lodge. A pledge of two hundred
and Mrs. Sam Goldberg, prominent and fifty additional members by
citizens of Augusta, Ga. Follow- Jan. 1") was given by the Lodge to
ing her graduation from Tubman Mr. Hyman S. Jacobs, first vice
she attended Barnard College in president of District Grand Lodge
New York. Dr. Edward Roth is No. ">, who made a stirring ad-
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Isidor dress on the work of the organi-
Roth, formerly of New York City, zation and who is aiding the local
and now of Miami Beach. He is Lodge in an effort to have the
a Bachelor of Science and a gradu- Executive Board of the Supreme
ate of the University of Vermont Grand Lodge meet here in January,
and Medical College, and is a mem- 1987. A special membership cam-
ber of Phi Delta Epsilon, Tau Ep- paign committee will be named this
filon Phi medical fraternities and week.
act ive
Beach.
in civic affairs at Miami
SOCIETY
Yom Kippur
services at Beth
The first meeting of the season
of the Jewish Board of Ministers
of Dade County was held Tuesday
and Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom of
*/ +%>L.L
Sun.-Mon.-Tues.. Sept. 27-28-29
Syivia SidneyFred MacMurray
Henry Fonda in
"TRAIL OF THE LONE-
SOME PINE"

Sunday-Monday, Sept. 27-28
Franchot Tone
I.oretta Young in
"UNGUARDED HOUR"
Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach, Beth Jacob Congregation was
will be ushered in at 5:45 P. M.I chosen chairman lor the coming
Friday evening when the K* Nidrei will be chanted by Cantor sociate Rabbi of Temple Israel, was
Maurioe Mamches and the choir, admitted as a member of the or-
Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom will ganization. The Jewish Board of
preach on "Atonement for .Ministers is composed of Rabbis
What?" Sati^wlay morning im-1 who have been duly ordained and
mediately preceding the Yiskor or who are entitled to perform the
Memorial Service, Rabbi Rosen- duties of a Rabbi acccording to
---------. Jewish law. Rabbis David I
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MRS. M. H. KISLER
Representative
Sis Months SUBSCRIPTION ............. 11.00
One? Year

FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 25, Vol. 9No. .9 lll.lii
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tour among: the combined groups
by making two splendid addressee,
one to the Junior Division and the
other at the women's meeting. A
great deal of co-operation should
be obtained from these addresses.
ography. There were plenty of
eyebrows lifted at the sig-ht of the
Zionist flag over the dais at the
Joint Distribution Committee's
luncheon for Mrs. Herbert H. Leh-
man. The reason, it is said, was
the insistence of some Hadassah
At the last Board of Directors women who were present. It
meeting of the "Y" much discus- : .seems we erred slightly in saying
sion took place regarding the se- that it was Jacoh H. Schiff who
lection of a chairman for our 5th j was refused admittance to the
Annual Dance which will most j Grand Union Hotel by the late
likely be held sometime in Decem- Judge Hilton. It was the late
ber. When the smoke had finally Joseph Seligman who was the vic-
cleared away Mr. Al E. Pallot was tin, of this piece f discrimination,
again named to this honor, as he While on the subject of Schiff it
was last year. With one year's wf|| interest you to know that Mm.
experience under his belt indica- John M. Schiff. wife of Schiff's
tiona point to a real success. grandson, who is the granddaugh-
Joe Davis was elected athletic Uer of the late George Baker, noted
director of the "Y" from which banker, has named her new-born
we feel confident that the "Y" will Igon Tebele (David Schiff). In
forge ahead in the Greater Miami lease you've forgotten, Tebele
Schiff, an ancestor of Jacob II.,
was the chief rabbi of the Great
Synagogue in London in I he lKth
century. Mrs. Schiff named her
son tin- this forefather after read-
ing about him in Dr. Cyrus Ad-
ler's biography of Jacob II. Schiff.
athletic world.
Manager Max Goldstein and
Captain Davis Lackawitz truly de-
serve a vote of thanks for the fine
showing made by the diamondball
(cam during the second half. Al-
though they were defeated in the
playoff series by the Marine A. C.
team, they did fight every inch of FROM PALESTINE
i Z. O. A. administrative committee
at a meeting held here. Giving a
! report of the political work done
in London by Dr. Chaim Weil-
maun for the World Zionist Or-
ganization, Dr. Wise, who spent a
large part of the summer in co-
operating with Dr. Weizmann,
presented t<> the meeting an out-
line of the present Zionist political
situation. He also sharply con-
demned the plan attributed to
Vladimir Jabotinaky, revolutionist
leader, to bring 75,000 Polish lews
annually to Palestine for the next
ten years. Judge William M.
Lewis of Philadelphia, who was
acting president of the Z. O. A.
while Dr. Wise was abroad, also
reported to the meeting. Louis
Lipsky reported on the recent Jew-
ish Agency meeting in London.
Congress Against Anti-Semitism
Would .Make Peace In Palestine
the way and that's about all we
can ask of any "V" representative.
All you basketball enthusiasts
arc invited to attend next Wednes-
day's meeting to elect a captain
and make necessary arrangements
for thi' season.
A Step In the Right Direction
The fact that the Kahhis in the Greater Miami area are
awake to their duties is evidenced by several facts. The call- The Junior Division are pres-
ing of a large Zionist meeting to awaken the dormant Zionist ntij making plans to hold a
movement here is something that should be commended and ,,;( Bkating party in the very
which will meet the approval of all those interested in ihe near future. In charge of arrange,
future of Jewry.
Ihe definite steps to direct the attention of local and
visiting Jewry to the fact that only members of the Dade
County Hoard of Jewish Ministers are recognized Rabbis and
are the only Rabbis qualified according to Jewish law to j
officiate at marriages, funerals and other religious functions,
is something that should have been taken long ago. One
must remove unscrupulous usurpers of the term "Rabbi",
from within our midst if Rabins are to receive the respect
which this title justly merits. Those not entitled to this
appelation should not be permitted its use.
The splendid action of B'nai H'rith at its last meeting
in taking a definite step towards an increase in membership
by only the most ethical methods should be met by the only
compensation which a rijjht thinking Jewish citizenry can
awardan increase in li'nai H'rith membership far more '" ",a"-v >ml"1' and *overnmen<
than the goal of two hundred and fifty new members set by off,cla,a '""^ l!" ; in
the Lodge, various up-state New \ com-
munities are members of thi
We have faith in Jewry : Greater Miami Jewry will
dc its share.
mms are Chairman Sam Badanes,
assisted by .Miss Alberta Tannen-
baum and Al Lewis.
I'll llairsl.
Strictly
Coniidenti.il
By PHINEAS .1. BIRON
POLITICAL NOTES
Our private gumshoe- tell
MIAMI
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
this important meeting and start
laying immediate plans for the
New Year ahead.
The Sigmund Bravermans of
Cleveland (he's the brilliant young
architect, and she Rabbi Barnett
R. Brickner's right-hand woman in
the Euclid Avenue Temple Sunday
School! have come back from their
Palestine jaunt with a number of
stories full of what the Germans
call Galgenhumor. There's the one
about the Jew who. walking on
the streets of Jerusalem, greeted
fr end with the traditional
"Sholom" and was immediately
arrested for spreading false rumor-.
And another tale about two girls
|strolling along a Tel Aviv street.
forget to fast Yom Kippur in front th(,, waiked ., stl.a|1.
ping youth, six fee! tall, broad-
shouldered, a perfect specimen of
i Pale inh' od. sV Esther
1 io > :ali. "I'l I,-' mem-
i -i- i :: !aga.:a!i'' .. you
have forgotten, the llaganah is |i e
Palestine Jewish defense corp- .
Sarah, skeptical, dared her chu I!
"Prove it." So Esther ran u
the unsuspecting youth ami sla pped
hi- face hard. He Rto] ed in h'
narks, turned, looked at I er >
am; :.ei ::'. .- lid thi n s' tie on
without Baying a word. Where-
upon Esther returned to Sarah and
i !ai ned: "See" What did I
tell you'.' in' course he's a member
of tlie Haganah you saw his self-
i e-i raint."
PARIS (UN'S) A non-partisan
investigating commission to go to
Palestine to make peace between
the Arabs and Jews on the basis
of free Jewish immigration and
mixed Arab-Jewish trade unions
was proposed to the International
'Conference Against Race Preju-
dice and Anti-Semitism by an
Arab delegate and seconded by a
Jewish delegate. The conference
also adopted a resolution calling
upon France to take immediate
action to curb the activities of
Say. propagandists and agents
provocateurs in France. Organized
as a protest against the recent
Nazi party congress at Nurem-
berg, the conference is being spon-
sored by Camiile lluy.-nians of
Belgium, Fernando de los Rios of
Spain, Lord Marley of England,
Roger Baldwin, president of the
Amci ican Civil Libert es Union,
Arnold Zweig and Heinrich Mann.
Andre Gide, Victor Basch, Leon
Jouhax, Romain Holland, Emile
Vandervelde and Leon -Nicole are
among the participants.
Without realizing it, another
year has drifted away and again
We find ourselves faced with new
The social calendar of the .Men's
Division tells us that a dance and
frolic will be held at the Royal
Palm Club Sunday, Oct. 4. A
splendid orchestra and floor show
has been secured to entertain each
and everyone of you royally. May
we have the pleasure of your at-
tendance'.' We hope so. Admis-
sion is 1.00 per couple or "ill cents
per person if your wife or sweet-
heart is away.
surgent Ku Klux Klan. From the
same sources we learn thai about
60 per i. ni of the followers ol
Father Coughlin are not only anti-
Semitic but also anti-Catholic. A
prominent national magazine i-
compiling a list of anti-Semitic or-
ganizations in the United States.
Thus far the compendium includes
over 500 of them. The leaders of
some of the key Jew-baitine oul
fits belong to a secret club which
POT-POI RIO
"Militant Christian Patriots" is
the name of a new organization in
'.. Despite its cognomen,
however, ii is said to be opposed
to Hitlerism on religious and moral
I nun!.-. Liberal circles in New
meets in various parts ol the mini- ... ..
, .. .i | York are -'.king lunds to finance
try to discuss the best nice _
,. a light to reinstate Bob Burk,
making America "Jew ius. ~ .. ,, .
I Columbia University athlete, who
I was expelled for his fight on
,, problems and obli-
gations. But then
that's what makes
ife so interesting
Only Ihe German waiters were
perturbed at the absence of the
swastika from the display of the
flags of all nations al the (bind
Neighbor league's dinner to Si C
retary of State Hull at the Com-
modore Hotel. In place of the Nazi
symbol the old black, white and red
banner of the old Germany was
flown. Louis T. McFadden, one-
time number one anti-Semitic of
In their efforts to obtain a
larger membership the Y. W. II. A.
wants it to be known here and now-
thai all their paid-up members plus
the new members and their escorts
planning- and wi" '"' "{ lh" V- M- A-1 Aim
lilding for the '" ""'"' dance "nd fl'"1"' Sunday,
iture. Affording ()li- '
b youth as well Nominations of officers for the
;|- '"' grown-u proper environ- a/omen's Division will take place
mo wher .: may derive the Tuesday, Oct. 18, with uie elec
*' : ;s; I "'' Jewish educa-,,:, ,, |U,,(I thu fo|lowintr Tues.
tieii .s the real task ahead of .is
for .! New Year.
N ,1 W. :: lay, Sept. :!0, the
first general business meeting of
the Y. M. II. A. will be held at the
"Y" clubrooma located at 15(57 S.
W. Bth St., starting at !l P. M.
We strenuously urge all niembcr-
nnil friends of the "Y" to attend
day, Oct. 21. An interesting pro-
gram has been outlined for next
Tuesday with the committee in
charge consisting of President Bea
Sihcr, Mrs. S. Shindel and Miss
Iila Kngler.
President Al Rosenfeld of the
Y. M. II. A. went on a speaking
to Congress from his old Pennsyl-
vania district, with the backing of
the Townsendites and the Prohi-
bitionists.
METROPOLITAN NEWS
Is it true that the Fox and
Warner Brothers movie interests
have acquired a large block of
stock in J. David Stern's New York
Post '.' Speaking of the Post re-
minds us that Johannes Stoel is no
longer its foreign editor. He's on
I is way to Hollywood to do script
' ling and to finish his a
Columbia's participation in the
Heidelberg celebrations. The Jew-
ish Post of Winnipeg has acquired
its own building. Max Baer is
making pro-Roosevelt speeches in
all the towns where he appears in
iiis come-back campaign.
(Copyright, 1986, by Seven Arts
Feature Syndicate)
Jewish News
Around the
World
Dr. Wise Praises U. S. Govern*
meni for Help to Zionists
Roosevelt Hails Rel rion As Vital
Fo.cc In Nation
IW V RK (WNS) Religion
i- .. vital force in solving the prob-
lems of the nation. President
elt declared in a message to
tin National Committee for Spirit-
ual and Welfare Recovery, which
is sponsoring Oct. 3 and -1 as na-
tional loyally days for religious
observance. Read before a meet-
ing of Protestant, Catholic and
Jewish leaders called to mobilize
opinion for the loyalty days, the
President's message said: "Our
nation is now engaged in the eon
Btl'UCtive cons.deration of some of
the most important social and eco-
nomic problems of our history, but
in my judgment no satisfactory
solution will be found which does
not take cognizance of the funda-
mental importance of religious
faith in developing and maintain-
ing thai strength of character on
the par! of our citizens without
which the best of laws and eco-
nomic progress will prove ineffec-
tive. I therefore hail with hearti-
est approval your proposal for the
observance Of Loyalty Days, Oct.
.'i and l. whin every citizen is In-
vited and every member is confi-
dently expected to attend church
or synagogue."
N K W YORK (WNS) The
Roosevelt administration has
greatly helped Zionism in its pres-
ent critical situation, Dr. Stephen
S. Wise,-president of the Zionist
Organization of America, told the
Finkelstein was riding in a swell
taxicab when the driver suddenly
lost control and the cab began to
move forward at terrific speed,
swaying and swerving.
"Hey!" yelled Finkelstein, in
great alarm, "what's the matter?"
"Don't Know," the driver replied
grimly. "I can't stop her."
"Well, for God's sake," Finkel-
-lein shouted, "can't you at least
turn off the meter?"


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THB JBWISH FLOSIOIAK
Friday, September 25, 1930
Daytona Beach
Notes
Rabbi Alexander S. Kleinfeld
will conduct services for Yom
Kippur, or Day of Atonement, at
Temple Israel as follows:
Kol Nidre and Yom Kippur bo-
Kins at 7 o'clock Friday, Sept. 25.
Sermon will be "Sin and Atone-
ment."
Saturday, 8:.!0 A. II., followed
by memorial services or Yiskor at
10::t0 o'clock.
Sermon, "The Soul That Is Im- At Temple Beth El Yom Kippur
mortnL" services will begin at rt o'clock
Additional service or Musaph. p. jj. with the chanting of the
Sermon, "Faith and Fate." Text Kol Nidrei by Rev. I. D. Padorr,
from the Book of Jonah. wno will ais0 ,lleach a .,ennon in
Afternoon service will be con- English immediately thereafter.
ducted by Samuel Stein. Scripture S a t u r day morning immediate!,-
lesson from the Prophet Jonah, preceding the Yizkor service Rev.
will be recited l.y Marvin Roth. | Padorr will again speak and will
Concluding service, sermon, by then chant the Musof service. In
Rabbi Kleinfeld, "The Fading Leaf thP afternoon preceding the Neiloh,
and Life's Decline.' r clo8|ng Sl.,.vk.(, Rov D Pa.
dori' will speak briefly in Yiddish.
M:-s Estolle Djmal, daughter of ______
Mr. and Mrs. A. Djmal of Lake A Woman's Cultural Class for
Placid and Daytona Beach, will be- the study of Hebrew literature and
come the bride of Isaac llodaya of
New York Sunday. Sept. 27. in
STATEWIDE NEWS
West Palm Beach Jacksonville News
Notes
Mr. and Mrs. Simmon Wolfe an-
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Joan Lynn, on Thursday, Sept. 17,
in St. Vincent's Hospital. Mrs.
Wolfe was formerly Miss Jane
Herman of Macon.
Mrs. Mare L. Fleishel, Jr., left
last week to join her husband in
New York. Mr. Fleishel has been
appointed special assistant to Col.
Somerville. After the first of the
month Mr. and Mrs. Fleischel will
be at home to their friends at the
London Terrace Apartments, 425
W. 23rd St.. New York City.
Tampa Notes
Cantor Boris Schlachman, ex-
ecutive secretary of the Y. M. H.
A. of Miami is the guest of Rabbi
Adolph Burger. He conducted
services at Knesses Israel Syna-
gogue during Rosh Hashanah and
will conduct and chant Kol Nidre
and Yom Kippur services Friday
night and Saturday.
St. Petersburg
Notes
Congregation B'nai Israel Yom
Kippur services will be held at
fi:30 Friday, officiated by Rabbi
Morris Baumel. The sermon will
be on "The Tenth." Saturday
morning services will begin at !
o'clock, performed by Mr. A. Roth-
blatt, Mr. Hyman, M. Jacobs,
president, and Rabbi Baumel. Ser-
mon will be on the "The Three
Hundred and Sixty-fifth Day."
Rabbi Adolph Burger, rabbi of
Rodoph Sholom Temple, was given
a surprise party by a group of his
friends at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. M. W. Kisler.
New York City, it was learned here
by friends.
Miss Djmal, a winter resident of
his city for the past six years,
was a popular member of the
younger set. She was graduated I, .;-,on
Irom .Mainland High School in 1033 day. Saturday
and also attended school in Lake
Placid. Mr. Hedaya a linen im-
porter in New York.
The couple will take a nip
inent, spending somu
til i in Yellowstone Park. Log
Angeles and San Francisco from
where they will sail to Honolulu,
ighai and Japan.
general Jewish culture is being
ganized under the auspices of
Temple Beth El Sisterhood.
Rabbi Carl N. Herman will of-
ficiate at Yom Kippur services to-
night at 8 o'clock and will preach
significance of the
morning prior to
the Memorial service Dr. Herman
will again preach. Special music
The religious schol of the Jew-
ish Temple opened for registration
last week ai the Temple Home, St.
Johns A\.. and Mallo y St.
Children, who register for th"
first time, are urged to bring their
parents with them.
Among the fiats pledged at the
University of Florida from Tampa
were Bernie Adelson and Kenneth
Adelberg into the Tau Epsilon Phi.
Sanford Swerdlin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Swerdlin. was pledged
into Phi lieta Delta.
Mrs. Ed. Goldman and children
have returned from Chicago where
they spent sometime with friends
and relatives.
Miss Jennie Sierkese, daughter
of Mr. and Mis. Sierkese of 1078
14th Ave., North, has left to enter
Florida State College for Women
at Tallahassee. Miss Sierkese at-
tended the local schools and is a
June graduate of the high school.
Mrs. E. Spiegel and daughters
have returned home from Chicago
where they were vacationing with
friends and relatives.
VI i is Esther Hammerman, popu-
av bride-elect, was guest of horn r
ai a lovely luncheon in the Carl-
ion Crill, followed bv a bridge par-
as been arranged lor the evening ty in the ballroom of the hotel last
Mr. I
back aftei
Carolina.
Mrs. .1. B.
\ acnl ioning
Kalin are
in North
Mr. and Mr.-. Joe Co,toll, ac-
companied by Herman K isenstein,
who summered in Boston and New
York, are here for the winter.
an.i morning sen ;. es.
follows the solemn days of the
-New Year, the ten days of peni-
tence and Yom Kippur. culminat-
ing in Simchas Torah, will be
With the aim of increasing the ushered in at the Y. M. H. A. with
national membership of Junior a dance in the "Y" ballroom which
Hndassah, the Young Women's is being prepared for, very elabo-
Zionist Organization of America, rately, by the committee headed
ill Tampa unit, will begin its local by Mrs. A. M. Wolfson. No (!'--
week given by Mrs. K. Hammer- campaign on Oct. l with a tea, to tails have he,.,.
snlutatorian of
a last June.
Among loeal students returning
to their colleges were Miss Ruby
her mother, and Mrs. M
his graduating Hammerman, her sister-in-law.
1 ie delicious several course lunch-
eon carried out a white and green
iiior plan.
After bridge prizes of little cig-
i e hold at the homo of Miss Doris would contribute
omitted which
to the comfort
Bionstein, Miss Minna Agrees, arette and ash tray sets were
Hi Beatrice Grus, Fred Nelson,. awarded to the holders of highest ed the committee on this member- Dr. .1. Leon Schwartz, president
Magid, 12107 Watrou- Ave. All
members and their friends are
cordially invited to attend.
Mi-s Lucille Rosenberg, presi-
dent, assisted by Mis.- Ruth Simon, allowing the participants to obtain
mi mbership chairman, have start- sufficient rest thereafter.
and merriment of the occasion.
Beginning at 10:30 o'clock Sat-
urday evening the dance will con-
tinue until II A. M. o,i Sunday,
I o Rosenblum, Jr., Emanuel Le-
n, Leonard Pepper and Har-
i Ginsberg.
Leonard Dobrow has returned
from a vacation in New York City.
Jacob Henry Adler, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Hiram .1. Adler, left Mon-
day for Emory University, where
he has received a scholarship.
While in high school Adler served
on the annual staff, the library
committee and as president of the
Renaissance Club. He took an ac-
tive part in dramatics and was
core at all tables, winners being | ship drive and have planned vai i- of the Y. M. H, \.. stated that the
ous event- during the course of entire Jewish con: unity is o\-
the campaign. pected to turn out for this social
affair, as the Yom Kippur Night
Mi-s Mollie Stein, accompanied
b.V her mother. Mrs. Samuel Stein,
left Monday afternoon by train for
New York City where she has ac-
cepted a position in the law firm
of Irving Kartell. She resigned as
secretary of Ray Seldon, attorney
here.
M. Gherlerter, Mrs. N. New-
nan, Mr.-. A. Jacobson, Mrs. 11.
I.ovine and Mrs. Sam Cherry,
1 he gift from the hostessi
the honor juucst was a handsome
Madeira anil filet banquet (loth
with 1J matching napkins.
Mrs. Larry Bandel and Mrs. Abe
Rosenfarb of Sanford, Fla., arc
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Rosenfarb.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Goldman
and children, Ruby Lee, Marshall,
Harold James and Louis Edward,
Jr., have returned from Chicago.
They have as their guest Mrs.
Goldman's sister, Miss Cinda Lee.
Miss Marian Rutberg returned
a visit in Dallas, Texas. She
has with her her father. Rev. Rut-
berg of Indiana.
-Mr. and Mrs. AI Sherman had
as guests last week-end Mr. and
Mrs. H. Jacobson of Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fleet and
Mi. M. II. Kisler has returned
alter spending a few days at Mi-
ami Beach.
TAMPA Y. M. H. A.
The period of rejoicing which
daughter, Lillian, Winter Park,
were recent guests of Mr. and
Mrs. B. Sherman.
Dance has become an stablished
institution and is the logici 1 social
affair which actually inaugural.-
the season's activiti
Five Jews Gave S2.081.549 to the
Harvard Tercentenary Fund
Orlando Notes
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Joseph of
Cincinnati, Ohio, formerly of Or-
lando, announce the birth of a
daughter on Sept. 14. Mrs. Joseph
was the former Miss Eve I*iberoff.
Clerinont
here.
also attended services
Mr. and Mrs. Solon Klepper
have as their house guests Mrs.
L. Klepper and daughter, Miss
Bernice, of Jacksonville.
Mr. Frank Sigal of Miami spent
the High Holidays in Orlando vis-
iting his parents, Mr. and Mi;.
Ben Sigal.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Sigal announce
the marriage of their daughter,
Francos, to Mr. Jules Miller of
Now York. The wedding took
place in Now York on Sept. 11.
After an extended tour through
the Hast, Mr. and Mrs. Sigal will
make their future home in Orlando.
-Mrs. Miller attended Rollins Col-
lege and is a charming and talent-
ed young lady.
The World's
Window
(Continued from Page 1)
first place, as his Outline of His- U
quite analogous to a people and
its culture, who will not change,
melt, ooze, deliquesce into some-
thing else than that which he is.
Prom such an angle all form-
cultural, artistic, characterological "atlnal Mholarahip; $25,000 from
"narrow and egotistical" hv 1*5?' ancl Jes8e Is'dor Strau
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (WNS)
Five Jews contributed 38 per cent
of the $5,514,142 aised to date for
Harvard's ,100th Anniversary Fund,
it was revealed in a list of' donors
of more than $5,000 made public
<>y President James B. Conant.
The largest gift, $2,000,000 for the
establishment of a school of busi-
ness administration, came from
Lucius N. Littauer. Other Jewish
Kifts were: $26,118 from Mr. and
Mrs. Edgar B. Stern for a Harvard
and egotistical" by
$25,o.ii from
tory illustrates on page after page, virtue of the exclusions and the ? ".'"'" ITOm Frec'erick M. War-
his ignorance of Jewish culture is methods of emphasis that make it "'*"' f"' ,he "en,'y C. Flower, 3rd,
Among out-of-tow. people who
attended Rosh Hoshanah service-
were Mr. and Mrs. B. Spilky and
family of Mt. Dora.
Mr. M. Erlich and family of
Leesburg, Mrs. Ben Kessler and
sons of Leesburg, Mr. A. Kanner,
Mrs. S. Kanner of Sanford, Mr.
j nd Mrs. M. Bornstein and family,
Mr. and Mrs. L. Bornstein of Cler-
mont, Mr. and Mrs. L. Leibert of
.Misses Ruth Esther Rosen, hone
and Maxine Hravcrman, students
at F. S. C. W., have returned to
Tallahassee to resume their studios.
Mis. M. La Bellman has returned
from a buying trip to New York.
George Wolly, Abe Kamisoff,
Morton Levy, Myer Sigal, Joel
Baker and Joe Wittenstein left for
Gainesville Monday to enter the
University of Florida.
The many friends of Mr. Sol
as many-sided as it is complete.
lie relied on the most convention-
al of secondary accounts; he does
not oven know the name of a sin-
gle source after the Torah and the
Prophets; he calls the Jewish re-
fusal of idolatry under Rome
"manful" and yet obviously sym-
pathises with the extreme Hollon-
izers.
Under such treatment and from
iueh an angle every national cul-'ghetto as in Palestine a
ure is "narrow" and also "ego-; it from r-rnian service to racial
tistical" and so is every individual, boasting." Is Denmark a ghetto'
i Would the
what it is. A block of jagged
marble is neither "narrow" nor
"egotistical." A statue hewn from
the block is in this sense both.
.lows have no right to form; .Mr.
Wells, under his airy cosmopolitan-
ism, is, in sober fact, as insular
as Yorkshire pudding. He pro-
tests "aga nst any deliberate
tempt to corral it
people) back into distinctive
rational siholarship; and
from Henry Bluestone.
$5,400
Nazi P
agans Link Judaism and
< hr.stianity as "Bolshevistir"
at-
01
Danes dispersed and
Samuels regret to learn that he is persecuted be more useful servants
confined to his home and wish hrm "f humanity than at home? Would
a Godspeed recovery. I they be likely to be less self-con-
scious and given to
BERLIN (WNS)-'Bolshevism
>* the frhit of the Jews' B ble" an I
Christianity, fohnded on the Bible
(the Jewish ,." Bolshevistir. it is declared
"> the offirial organ of German
Art ion, Nazi pagan organization.
-Ndmerous passages of
Writ," the paper rha.
easily recognized
class theories."
the Holy
rges, "are
Bolshevist
Mrs. S. Lehman and son of
Portsmouth, Mass., have returned
to Orlando to spend the winter.
over-compen-
satory boasting as driven wan-
derers or as men at peace and at
i home?
But Mr. Well
s is simply an anti-
C~:t ------"' "li-
Semite who i. ashamed of the fact.
So are many iibera,8.
liberals. The true
rare.
liberasl are



Jay, September 25, 1936
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Five
BULLETIN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Of Miami
137 N. E. 19th St.
Office Phone 2-7745
IABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN
6996 Albacore Drive
liami Beach 5-9875
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
530 N. E. 31st St.
Miami 2-9548
One or both of the Rabbis will be at the Temple every morn-
g throughout the year.
Dr. Birkhead's
Expose Ends
(Continued from Page 1)
that time comes we are lost. We
.must do something to put every
Fascist and anti-Semitic on the
defensive. We must make him
apologetic.
Moreover, the ...cation has be-
come so threatening and menacing
in America that the Fascists and
anti-Semites need only the right
sort of leader to make them for-
midable. They claim a following
of 8,000,000. This number is lo
be reduced by half, according to
all of us shall learn to judge races
and groups more discriminatingly.
' I mean that races and peoples must
I not be condemned in toto. And yet
that is exactly what the majority
of us is doing every day. A pro-
found truth, recently expressed by
Prof. Earnest A. Hooton, Harvard
physical anlhro-ologist, ought to my opinion. Now the 4,000,000 are lOS^BK^BX^*K"
Hitlerites as "erratic and crazy."
Anyone can learn from his own
experiences but clever people learn
from the experiences of other peo-
ple, a great statesman once said.
"Prevention is the daughter of in-
telligence." "It is the common
fate of the indolent to see their
rights become the prey of the ac-
tive."
(Continued on Page 6)
be taught to everyone:
"Each racial type runs the ga-
mut from idiots and criminals to
He or both of the Rabbis will
jt the Temple every morning
aghout the year.
Congregational
irvices Friday evening at 8:15
ck, and all day Saturday, De-
ling at 10 o'clock. There will
be a children's service at 1
ick, to which all the children
|hc Temple and School are in-
A very fine choir and a
lial violin solo has been ar-
reil for the Atonement serv-
ibbi Zwitman will read the
Ices on Friday evening, and
[Kaplan will speak on "The Ex-
nce of Repentance." Satur-
morning Dr. Kaplan will read
services, and Rabbi Zwitman
peak on "The Chosen Peo-
* Chosen for What?"
bbi Zwitman will then con-
: the Children's Service and
read the afternoon services,
Br which Dr. Kaplan will speak
"Our Dear Departed" and will
luct the Memorial Services.
Religious School
the Religious School of every
Igregation is the most important
pvity, because it is the founda-
!)f all Jewish life. We are
y fortunate this year in having
ible corps of teachers, well
lined and with fine Jewish back-
ground, who will instruct your
ichilcli i n. We have Rabbi Zwitman
rho will be the Superintendent and
Anita Bernstein; Class 2, Mrs. geniuses and statesmen," according
Leona Levin; Class 3, Mrs. Jules! to Professor Hooton. "No type
Pearlman; Class 4, Mrs. I. L. Selig-! produces a majority of individuals
man; Class 5, Mrs. Sadye Wein- from either end of the scale. There
berg. | are no racial monopolies either of
High School Department: Claw human virtues or of vices."
1, Miss Vivian Brown; Class 2, Mr.' 8. Minority groups must make
Frank Perlman; Class 3, which is common cause against those who
the Confirmation class, Rabbi Kap- advocate oppressive measures ,
Ian; Class 4, Mrs. Ethel Gross- against any one minority group,
man. Tnt" world must be made safe for
The following are part of the minorities or it is not a safe world
school organization: '''"' ">' decent, self-respecting per-
Mrs. Alfred G. Levin, librarian; -son- believe that we must op-
Mrs. Gordon Davis, secretary; Miss P"' every piece of legislation
Florence Coret, Miss Marion Freed which is aimed at the oppression
and Miss Myra Mirsky, pianists. o{ minority groups or which dis-
The musical and dramatic- por- criminates against any minority,
tions of our Assembly will be led These suggestions of things to
disorganized but they have com-
mon ideas and plans. Can we head
off the unification of these vic-
tims of hate and bigotry? Well,
my answer is that this is one case
where the victory may be to the
swift. What is to be done, must
be done quickly. Liberals cannot
afford to make the mistakes of
their fellow-liberals in Germany.
That is, they cannot afford to ig-
nore the existence of Fascist and
anti-Semitic groups. They cannot
afford to dismiss the American
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The curriculum has been very
carefully worked out and will be
of great interest to the children :..-
well as the parents.
do is not very satisfactory, I
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viction that something must In-
done, and done at once. Fascist
and anti-Semitic groups are now
We are going to meet this year actually terrorizing American eiti-
at 9:45 A. M. instead of at 10 and And they are planning fur-
give these fifteen minutes to each tnt'r vigorous actions against Jews
cla.-s for a class meeting. a,ul ot "<-"'' so-called "alien and mi-
Sunday Oct. 4, the Harvest Fes- nority groups." Soon we shall be
Lival will be celebrated in the morn- the defensive against these ad-
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School, to which parents and I bigotry and of direct action. When
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school has three departments: ready reported and everything will
Unary, Intermediate and High be in working order for the first
hool: regular meeting of the Sisterhood
The teachers of the Primary De- which will be held Monday, Oct. 5,
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, September 25, 193(1
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their neighbors, the Falins. Their
first contact with the civilization
of the outside world comes when
MaclMurray, a younu engineer, ar-
rives to build a railroad line
through their hills.
Miss Sidney is immediately fas-
cinated by the stranger, and Fonda,
--------- who has always loved her, is
The first natural-color picture aroused to jealousy that knows but
of the outdoors, Walter Wanger'a one lawto fight and kill for the
production of "The Trail of the .hinjrs he holds dear. But as he
Lonesome Pine," opens for a three- sets out to follow his code, the
day run at the Tivoli Theatre on alias set out after him. The cli-
Sunday with Sylvia Sidney, Fred 'a; that follows brings the film
MacMurray and Henry Fonda in stirring conclusion.
the starring roles.
"The Trail of the Lonesome
Pine," based on the famous novel
of the same title by John Fox, Jr.,
was filmed on a location almost
exactly like the Cumberland moun-
tain country in which the Fox
Dr. Birkhead's
stretcher office in the grand and
historic old German town of Nu-
Loretta Young and Franchot
Tone form a delightful new ro-
mantic screen team in Metro-Gold-
wyn-Mayer's "The Unguarded
Hour," which comes to the 7th
Avenue Theater next Sunday and
Monday.
The new picture, filled with ro-
mance, drama and mystery, gives
both players an excellent oppor-
tunity for their talents.
Moving with lightning speed, the
Lawrence Weingarten production
concerns a prosecuting attorney
who sends men to their doom by
his brilliant use of circumstantial
evidence. When he is caught by
circumstances for a crime he has
not committed his wife comes to
his aid to save his life.
and an anti-Semite by conviction.
He was formerly a member of and
Expose Ends .!;'cture'; 'r ^!llsllw Shirtf-
,_ ., | William Dudley Pelley, command-
( Continued from Page 5) I .. ,, o-, ,. .
er-in-chief of the Silver Shirts, re-
I ports that the Rev. Smith delivered
While Americans sit complacent- ; an attack on the Jews in Arkansas
y in their homes listening freely jn 1933, and tne Jews put tho
to the radio and without any sense heat on Brother Smith and made
> him resign from the Silver Shirts."
In his speech before the Town-
send movement convention in
remberg manipulates American |Cleveland Smith referred to
Nazi and anti-Semitic organiza-
tions and directs the American
forces of prejudice and hate toward
an inevitable dictatorship.
And while these American forces
are being manipulated by the little
man in Nuremberg, American anti-
Semitic leaders (also little men
and women) pray for an American
Hitler. Will their prayer be an-
swered ?
New Deal as a "Moscow cake
baked by Israel, Cohen and Co."
Let us turn the light of pitiless
publicity on the Rev. Smith and
thus save America from this dem-
agogue!
(Copyright, 1!36, Seven \rts
Feature Syndicate)
Well, I believe that there has
appeared on the American scene
the man who may be the answer
to the anti-Semites' prayer. I re-
fer to the Rev. Gerald L. K. Smith,
successor to Huey Long, Smith,]. ;. ;.; ;.; vl
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IHBMH Page Foar THB JBWISH FLOSIOIAK Friday, September 25, 1930 Daytona Beach Notes Rabbi Alexander S. Kleinfeld will conduct services for Yom Kippur, or Day of Atonement, at Temple Israel as follows: Kol Nidre and Yom Kippur boKins at 7 o'clock Friday, Sept. 25. Sermon will be "Sin and Atonement." Saturday, 8:.!0 A. II., followed by memorial services or Yiskor at • 10::t0 o'clock. Sermon, "The Soul That Is ImA t Temple Beth El Yom Kippur mortnL services will begin at rt o'clock Additional service or Musaph. p. JJ. with the chanting of the Sermon, "Faith and Fate." Text Kol Nidrei by Rev. I. D. Padorr, from the Book of Jonah. wno will a i s0 lleach a ., en non in Afternoon service will be con, English immediately thereafter. ducted by Samuel Stein. Scripture S a t u r day morning immediate!,lesson from the Prophet Jonah, preceding the Yizkor service Rev. will be recited l.y Marvin Roth. | Padorr will again speak and will Concluding service, sermon, by then chant the Musof service. In Rabbi Kleinfeld, "The Fading Leaf thP afternoon preceding the Neiloh, and Life's D ecline.' r clo8|ng Sl .,. vk ( Rov D Pa dori' will speak briefly in Yiddish. M:-s Estolle Djmal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Djmal of Lake A Woman's Cultural Class for Placid and Daytona Beach, will bethe study of Hebrew literature and come the bride of Isaac llodaya of New York Sunday. Sept. 27. in STATEWIDE NEWS West Palm Beach Jacksonville News Notes Mr. and Mrs. Simmon Wolfe announce the birth of a daughter, Joan Lynn, on Thursday, Sept. 17, in St. Vincent's Hospital. Mrs. Wolfe was formerly Miss Jane Herman of Macon. Mrs. Mare L. Fleishel, Jr., left last week to join her husband in New York. Mr. Fleishel has been appointed special assistant to Col. Somerville. After the first of the month Mr. and Mrs. Fleischel will be at home to their friends at the London Terrace Apartments, 425 W. 23rd St.. New York City. Tampa Notes Cantor Boris Schlachman, executive secretary of the Y. M. H. A. of Miami is the guest of Rabbi Adolph Burger. He conducted services at Knesses Israel Synagogue during Rosh Hashanah and will conduct and chant Kol Nidre and Yom Kippur services Friday night and Saturday. St. Petersburg Notes Congregation B'nai Israel Yom Kippur services will be held at fi:30 Friday, officiated by Rabbi Morris Baumel. The sermon will be on "The Tenth." Saturday morning services will begin at !• o'clock, performed by Mr. A. Rothblatt, Mr. Hyman, M. Jacobs, president, and Rabbi Baumel. Sermon will be on the "The Three Hundred and Sixty-fifth Day." Rabbi Adolph Burger, rabbi of Rodoph Sholom Temple, was given a surprise party by a group of his friends at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Kisler. New York City, it was learned here by friends. Miss Djmal, a winter resident of his city for the past six years, was a popular member of the younger set. She was graduated I, ; -,„ on Irom .Mainland High School in 1033 day. Saturday and also attended school in Lake Placid. Mr. Hedaya a linen importer in New York. The couple will take a nip inent, spending somu til i in Yellowstone Park. Log Angeles and San Francisco from where they will sail to Honolulu, ighai and Japan. general Jewish culture is being ganized under the auspices of Temple Beth El Sisterhood. Rabbi Carl N. Herman will officiate at Yom Kippur services tonight at 8 o'clock and will preach significance of the morning prior to the Memorial service Dr. Herman will again preach. Special music The religious schol of the Jewish Temple opened for registration last week ai the Temple Home, St. Johns A\.. and Mallo y St. Children, who register for th" first time, are urged to bring their parents with them. Among the fiats pledged at the University of Florida from Tampa were Bernie Adelson and Kenneth Adelberg into the Tau Epsilon Phi. Sanford Swerdlin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Swerdlin. was pledged into Phi lieta Delta. Mrs. Ed. Goldman and children have returned from Chicago where they spent sometime with friends and relatives. Miss Jennie Sierkese, daughter of Mr. and Mis. Sierkese of 1078 14th Ave., North, has left to enter Florida State College for Women at Tallahassee. Miss Sierkese attended the local schools and is a June graduate of the high school. Mrs. E. Spiegel and daughters have returned home from Chicago where they were vacationing with friends and relatives. VI i is Esther Hammerman, popuav bride-elect, was guest of horn r ai a lovely luncheon in the Carlion Crill, followed bv a bridge paras been arranged lor the evening ty in the ballroom of the hotel last Mr. I back aftei Carolina. Mrs. .1. B. \ acnl ioning Kalin are in North Mr. and Mr.-. Joe Co,toll, accompanied by Herman K isenstein, who summered in Boston and New York, are here for the winter. an.i morning sen ;. es. follows the solemn days of the -New Year, the ten days of penitence and Yom Kippur. culminating in Simchas Torah, will be With the aim of increasing the ushered in at the Y. M. H. A. with national membership of Junior a dance in the "Y" ballroom which Hndassah, the Young Women's is being prepared for, very elaboZionist Organization of America, rately, by the committee headed ill Tampa unit, will begin its local by Mrs. A. M. Wolfson. No (!'-•week given by Mrs. K. Hammercampaign on Oct. l with a tea, to tails have he,.,. snlutatorian of a last June. Among loeal students returning to their colleges were Miss Ruby her mother, and Mrs. M his graduating Hammerman, her sister-in-law. 1 ie delicious several course luncheon carried out a white and green %  iiior plan. After bridge prizes of little cigi e hold at the homo of Miss Doris would contribute omitted which to the comfort Bionstein, Miss Minna Agrees, arette and ash tray sets were Hi Beatrice Grus, Fred Nelson,. awarded to the holders of highest ed the committee on this memberDr. .1. Leon Schwartz, president Magid, 12107 WatrouAve. All members and their friends are cordially invited to attend. Mi-s Lucille Rosenberg, president, assisted by Mis.Ruth Simon, allowing the participants to obtain mi mbership chairman, have startsufficient rest thereafter. and merriment of the occasion. Beginning at 10:30 o'clock Saturday evening the dance will continue until II A. M. o,i Sunday, I o Rosenblum, Jr., Emanuel Len, Leonard Pepper and Hari Ginsberg. Leonard Dobrow has returned from a vacation in New York City. Jacob Henry Adler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram .1. Adler, left Monday for Emory University, where he has received a scholarship. While in high school Adler served on the annual staff, the library committee and as president of the Renaissance Club. He took an active part in dramatics and was core at all tables, winners being | ship drive and have planned vai iof the Y. M. H, \.. stated that the ous eventduring the course of entire Jewish con: unity is o\the campaign. pected to turn out for this social affair, as the Yom Kippur Night Mi-s Mollie Stein, accompanied b.V her mother. Mrs. Samuel Stein, left Monday afternoon by train for New York City where she has accepted a position in the law firm of Irving Kartell. She resigned as secretary of Ray Seldon, attorney here. M. Gherlerter, Mrs. N. Newnan, Mr.-. A. Jacobson, Mrs. 11. I.ovine and Mrs. Sam Cherry, 1 he gift from the hostessi the honor juucst was a handsome Madeira anil filet banquet (loth with 1J matching napkins. Mrs. Larry Bandel and Mrs. Abe Rosenfarb of Sanford, Fla., arc the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rosenfarb. Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Goldman and children, Ruby Lee, Marshall, Harold James and Louis Edward, Jr., have returned from Chicago. They have as their guest Mrs. Goldman's sister, Miss Cinda Lee. Miss Marian Rutberg returned a visit in Dallas, Texas. She has with her her father. Rev. Rutberg of Indiana. -Mr. and Mrs. AI Sherman had as guests last week-end Mr. and Mrs. H. Jacobson of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fleet and Mi. M. II. Kisler has returned alter spending a few days at Miami Beach. TAMPA Y. M. H. A. The period of rejoicing which daughter, Lillian, Winter Park, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. Sherman. Dance has become an stablished institution and is the logici 1 social affair which actually inaugural.the season's activiti Five Jews Gave S2.081.549 to the Harvard Tercentenary Fund Orlando Notes Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Joseph of Cincinnati, Ohio, formerly of Orlando, announce the birth of a daughter on Sept. 14. Mrs. Joseph was the former Miss Eve I*iberoff. Clerinont here. also attended services Mr. and Mrs. Solon Klepper have as their house guests Mrs. L. Klepper and daughter, Miss Bernice, of Jacksonville. Mr. Frank Sigal of Miami spent the High Holidays in Orlando visiting his parents, Mr. and Mi;. Ben Sigal. Mr. and Mrs. M. Sigal announce the marriage of their daughter, Francos, to Mr. Jules Miller of Now York. The wedding took place in Now York on Sept. 11. After an extended tour through the Hast, Mr. and Mrs. Sigal will make their future home in Orlando. -Mrs. Miller attended Rollins College and is a charming and talented young lady. The World's Window (Continued from Page 1) first place, as his Outline of His—U quite analogous to a people and its culture, who will not change, melt, ooze, deliquesce into something else than that which he is. Prom such an angle all formcultural, artistic, characterological atl nal Mholarahip; $25,000 from "narrow and egotistical" hv 1*5?' ancl Jes8e Is 'dor Strau CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (WNS)— Five Jews contributed 38 per cent of the $5,514,142 aised to date for Harvard's ,100th Anniversary Fund, it was revealed in a list of' donors of more than $5,000 made public <>y President James B. Conant. The largest gift, $2,000,000 for the establishment of a school of business administration, came from Lucius N. Littauer. Other Jewish Kifts were: $26,118 from Mr. and Mrs. Edgar B. Stern for a Harvard and egotistical" by $25,o.ii from tory illustrates on page after page, virtue of the exclusions and the ? ".'"'" ITOm Frec 'erick M. Warhis ignorance of Jewish culture is methods of emphasis that make it "'*"' f "' ,he en, 'y C. Flower, 3rd, Among out-of-tow. people who attended Rosh Hoshanah servicewere Mr. and Mrs. B. Spilky and family of Mt. Dora. Mr. M. Erlich and family of Leesburg, Mrs. Ben Kessler and sons of Leesburg, Mr. A. Kanner, Mrs. S. Kanner of Sanford, Mr. j nd Mrs. M. Bornstein and family, Mr. and Mrs. L. Bornstein of Clermont, Mr. and Mrs. L. Leibert of .Misses Ruth Esther Rosen, hone and Maxine Hravcrman, students at F. S. C. W., have returned to Tallahassee to resume their studios. Mis. M. La Bellman has returned from a buying trip to New York. George Wolly, Abe Kamisoff, Morton Levy, Myer Sigal, Joel Baker and Joe Wittenstein left for Gainesville Monday to enter the University of Florida. The many friends of Mr. Sol as many-sided as it is complete. lie relied on the most conventional of secondary accounts; he does not oven know the name of a single source after the Torah and the Prophets; he calls the Jewish refusal of idolatry under Rome "manful" and yet obviously sympathises with the extreme Hollonizers. Under such treatment and from iueh an angle every national cul-'ghetto as in Palestine a ure is "narrow" and also "ego-; it from r-rnian service to racial tistical" and so is every individual, boasting." Is Denmark a ghetto' i Would the what it is. A block of jagged marble is neither "narrow" nor "egotistical." A statue hewn from the block is in this sense both. .lows have no right to form; .Mr. Wells, under his airy cosmopolitanism, is, in sober fact, as insular as Yorkshire pudding. He protests "aga nst any deliberate tempt to corral it people) back into distinctive rational siholarship; and from Henry Bluestone. $5,400 Nazi P •agans Link Judaism and < hr.stianity as "Bolshevistir" at01 Danes dispersed and Samuels regret to learn that he is persecuted be more useful servants confined to his home and wish hrm f humanity than at home? Would a Godspeed recovery. I they be likely to be less self-conscious and given to BERLIN (WNS)-'Bolshevi sm >* the frhit of the Jews' B ble" an I Christianity, fohnded on the Bible (the Jewish ,." Bols hevistir. it is declared "> the offirial organ of German Art ion, Nazi pagan organization. -Ndmerous passages of Writ," the paper rha. easily recognized class theories." the Holy rges, "are Bolshevist Mrs. S. Lehman and son of Portsmouth, Mass., have returned to Orlando to spend the winter. over-compensatory boasting as driven wanderers or as men at peace and at i home? But Mr. Well s is simply an antiC~:t • "' !" "liSemite who i. ashamed of the fact. So are many i ibera 8 liberals. The true rare. liberasl are



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Jay, September 25, 1936 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Five BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL Of Miami 137 N. E. 19th St. Office Phone 2-7745 IABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN 6996 Albacore Drive liami Beach 5-9875 RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 530 N. E. 31st St. Miami 2-9548 One or both of the Rabbis will be at the Temple every morng throughout the year. Dr. Birkhead's Expose Ends (Continued from Page 1) that time comes we are lost. We .must do something to put every Fascist and anti-Semitic on the defensive. We must make him apologetic. Moreover, the ...cation has become so threatening and menacing in America that the Fascists and anti-Semites need only the right sort of leader to make them formidable. They claim a following of 8,000,000. This number is lo be reduced by half, according to all of us shall learn to judge races and groups more discriminatingly. I mean that races and peoples must I not be condemned in toto. And yet that is exactly what the majority of us is doing every day. A profound truth, recently expressed by Prof. Earnest A. Hooton, Harvard physical anlhro-ologist, ought to my opinion. Now the 4,000,000 are lOS^BK^BX^*K" Hitlerites as "erratic and crazy." Anyone can learn from his own experiences but clever people learn from the experiences of other people, a great statesman once said. "Prevention is the daughter of intelligence." "It is the common fate of the indolent to see their rights become the prey of the active." (Continued on Page 6) be taught to everyone: "Each racial type runs the gamut from idiots and criminals to He or both of the Rabbis will jt the Temple every morning aghout the year. Congregational irvices Friday evening at 8:15 ck, and all day Saturday, Deling at 10 o'clock. There will be a children's service at 1 ick, to which all the children |hc Temple and School are inA very fine choir and a lial violin solo has been arreil for the Atonement servibbi Zwitman will read the Ices on Friday evening, and [Kaplan will speak on "The Ex%  nce of Repentance." Saturmorning Dr. Kaplan will read services, and Rabbi Zwitman •peak on "The Chosen Peo* Chosen for What?" bbi Zwitman will then con: the Children's Service and read the afternoon services, Br which Dr. Kaplan will speak "Our Dear Departed" and will luct the Memorial Services. Religious School the Religious School of every Igregation is the most important pvity, because it is the founda!)f all Jewish life. We are y fortunate this year in having ible corps of teachers, well lined and with fine Jewish background, who will instruct your ichilcli i n. We have Rabbi Zwitman rho will be the Superintendent and Anita Bernstein; Class 2, Mrs. geniuses and statesmen," according Leona Levin; Class 3, Mrs. Jules! to Professor Hooton. "No type Pearlman; Class 4, Mrs. I. L. Selig-! produces a majority of individuals man; Class 5, Mrs. Sadye Weinfrom either end of the scale. There berg. | are no racial monopolies either of High School Department: Claw human virtues or of vices." 1, Miss Vivian Brown; Class 2, Mr.' 8. Minority groups must make Frank Perlman; Class 3, which is common cause against those who the Confirmation class, Rabbi Kapadvocate oppressive measures Ian; Class 4, Mrs. Ethel Grossagainst any one minority group, man. Tnt world must be made safe for The following are part of the minorities or it is not a safe world school organization: '''"' ">' decent, self-respecting perMrs. Alfred G. Levin, librarian; son believe that we must opMrs. Gordon Davis, secretary; Miss P"' every piece of legislation Florence Coret, Miss Marion Freed which is aimed at the oppression and Miss Myra Mirsky, pianists. o{ minority groups or which disThe musical and dramaticporcriminates against any minority, tions of our Assembly will be led These suggestions of things to disorganized but they have common ideas and plans. Can we head off the unification of these victims of hate and bigotry? Well, my answer is that this is one case where the victory may be to the swift. What is to be done, must be done quickly. Liberals cannot afford to make the mistakes of their fellow-liberals in Germany. That is, they cannot afford to ignore the existence of Fascist and anti-Semitic groups. They cannot afford to dismiss the American ROBBINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL WORKS Responsible Roofers Since 1919 Inspection and Estimates Free 222 N. W. 26th St. Phone 2-3705 ;,,AHERN FUNERAL HOME" FRANCIS AHERN, Pres. 1349 West Flagler Street x Telephone 2-2211 AMBULANCE SERVICE ;.; by Rabbi Zwitman. The curriculum has been very carefully worked out and will be of great interest to the children :..well as the parents. do is not very satisfactory, I agree. But I have a strong conviction that something must Indone, and done at once. Fascist and anti-Semitic groups are now We are going to meet this year actually terrorizing American eitiat 9:45 A. M. instead of at 10 and • %  And they are planning furgive these fifteen minutes to each tnt r vigorous actions against Jews cla.-s for a class meeting. a,ul ot "<-"'' so-called "alien and miSunday Oct. 4, the Harvest Fesnority groups." Soon we shall be Lival will be celebrated in the morn the defensive against these ad:ng by the children of the Religious vocates of racial hatred, religious School, to which parents and I bigotry and of direct action. When friends of the school are invited.' What Finer Gift to a Graduate Than a Copy of The Message of Israel By RABBI ISRAEL H. WKISFELD Containing the Vital story of Judaism by PROMINENT ORTHODOX, REFORM and CONSERVATIVE RABBIS. at 8 BURDINE' BOOK DEPP. 4th Floor. Main Bldg. Sisterhood A very special beautiful program and "Get Together" has been arranged by the Sisterhood for Sunday evening, Oct. 4, at 6:80 P. M. There will be a Dutch Supist the teachers as well as the per and other items of entertainppils in doing the work outlined %  ment and interest, and charge will each class. be 50 cents for adults and 25 cents he Religious School opens this | for children, nday morning, Sept. 27. at 9:45 i The Sisterhood is beginning to Jock. Rabbi Colman Zwitman give serious thought to the various 1 be in charge of the school, programs that have been outlined |d the following staff of teach[or the year. The program chairhas been engaged for the year, man, Mrs. Tobias Simon, has al school has three departments: ready reported and everything will Unary, Intermediate and High be in working order for the first hool: regular meeting of the Sisterhood The teachers of the Primary Dewhich will be held Monday, Oct. 5, rtment are Miss Adeline Sokoat 2:80 o'clock. The ladies have a If and Miss Sylvia Roston. committee to take charge of a The teachers of the Intermediate beautiful Succa that will be placed epartment are: Class 1, Miss in the Temple. HERE GOME Me M. L. MARCUS CO. Office Supplies and Furniture Desks. Chairs, Files, Printing LOWEST CASH PRICES 41 N. E. First St. Ph. 2-1661 DR. R. S. AKERS DENTIST 1746 N. W. 36th St. Closed Saturdays. 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Friday, September 25, 1936 THB JKWISH FLOR1DIAN Page Three wJewisti floridmin PLOSUDA S 8NLT •* 1*1 WKCKLT PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY by the JEWISH KI.ORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. P. O. Box 2978 News Tower Bldg. Miami, Fla. EDITORIAL OFFICES: (21 S. W. ISth Avenue Phone 2-5304 Phone 2-11)3 .1. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor ntXO K. SHOCHET. Circulntio Maniser CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN Field Representative EnUrad erond eloiw matter July 4. 13. at the Poet Office at Miami. Florida. UndtT the A.-t of March S, 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 Sis Months SUBSCRIPTION 11.00 One? Year FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 25, Vol. 9—No. .9 lll.lii JSB^*> tour among: the combined groups by making two splendid addressee, one to the Junior Division and the other at the women's meeting. A great deal of co-operation should be obtained from these addresses. ography. There were plenty of eyebrows lifted at the sig-ht of the Zionist flag over the dais at the Joint Distribution Committee's luncheon for Mrs. Herbert H. Lehman. The reason, it is said, was the insistence of some Hadassah At the last Board of Directors women who were present. It meeting of the "Y" much discus: .seems we erred slightly in saying sion took place regarding the sethat it was Jacoh H. Schiff who lection of a chairman for our 5th j was refused admittance to the Annual Dance which will most j Grand Union Hotel by the late likely be held sometime in DecemJudge Hilton. It was the late ber. When the smoke had finally Joseph Seligman who was the viccleared away Mr. Al E. Pallot was tin, of this piece „f discrimination, again named to this honor, as he While on the subject of Schiff it was last year. With one year's w f|| interest you to know that MM. experience under his belt indicaJohn M. Schiff. wife of Schiff's tiona point to a real success. grandson, who is the granddaughJoe Davis was elected athletic Uer of the late George Baker, noted director of the "Y" from which banker, has named her new-born we feel confident that the "Y" will Igon Tebele (David Schiff). In forge ahead in the Greater Miami lease you've forgotten, Tebele Schiff, an ancestor of Jacob II., was the chief rabbi of the Great Synagogue in London in I he lKth century. Mrs. Schiff named her son tinthis forefather after reading about him in Dr. Cyrus Adler's biography of Jacob II. Schiff. athletic world. Manager Max Goldstein and Captain Davis Lackawitz truly deserve a vote of thanks for the fine showing made by the diamondball (cam during the second half. Although they were defeated in the playoff series by the Marine A. C. team, they did fight every inch of FROM PALESTINE i Z. O. A. administrative committee at a meeting held here. Giving a report of the political work done %  in London by Dr. Chaim Weilmaun for the World Zionist Organization, Dr. Wise, who spent a large part of the summer in cooperating with Dr. Weizmann, presented t<> the meeting an outline of the present Zionist political situation. He also sharply condemned the plan attributed to Vladimir Jabotinaky, revolutionist leader, to bring 75,000 Polish lews annually to Palestine for the next ten years. Judge William M. Lewis of Philadelphia, who was acting president of the Z. O. A. while Dr. Wise was abroad, also reported to the meeting. Louis Lipsky reported on the recent Jewish Agency meeting in London. Congress Against Anti-Semitism Would .Make Peace In Palestine the way and that's about all we can ask of any "V" representative. All you basketball enthusiasts arc invited to attend next Wednesday's meeting to elect a captain and make necessary arrangements for thi' season. A Step In the Right Direction The fact that the Kahhis in the Greater Miami area are awake to their duties is evidenced by several facts. The callThe Junior Division are presing of a large Zionist meeting to awaken the dormant Zionist ntij making plans to hold a movement here is something that should be commended and ,,; ( Bkating party in the very which will meet the approval of all those interested in ihe near future. In charge of arrange, future of Jewry. Ihe definite steps to direct the attention of local and visiting Jewry to the fact that only members of the Dade County Hoard of Jewish Ministers are recognized Rabbis and are the only Rabbis qualified according to Jewish law to j officiate at marriages, funerals and other religious functions, is something that should have been taken long ago. One must remove unscrupulous usurpers of the term "Rabbi", from within our midst if Rabins are to receive the respect which this title justly merits. Those not entitled to this appelation should not be permitted its use. The splendid action of B'nai H'rith at its last meeting in taking a definite step towards an increase in membership by only the most ethical methods should be met by the only compensation which a rijjht thinking Jewish citizenry can award—an increase in li'nai H'rith membership far more '" ,a "v > ml 1 and *overnmen< than the goal of two hundred and fifty new members set by off,cla,a • %  '""^ l! ; •"• in the Lodge, various up-state New \ communities are members of thi We have faith in Jewry : Greater Miami Jewry will dc its share. %  mms are Chairman Sam Badanes, assisted by .Miss Alberta Tannenbaum and Al Lewis. I'll llairsl. Strictly Coniidenti.il By PHINEAS .1. BIRON POLITICAL NOTES Our private gumshoetell MIAMI NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ this important meeting and start laying immediate plans for the New Year ahead. The Sigmund Bravermans of Cleveland (he's the brilliant young architect, and she Rabbi Barnett R. Brickner's right-hand woman in the Euclid Avenue Temple Sunday School! have come back from their Palestine jaunt with a number of stories full of what the Germans call Galgenhumor. There's the one about the Jew who. walking on the streets of Jerusalem, greeted fr end with the traditional "Sholom" and was immediately arrested for spreading false rumor-. And another tale about two girls |strolling along a Tel Aviv street. forget to fast Yom Kippur i n front „,• th( ,,„ wa i ked ., stl a|1 ping youth, six fee! tall, broadshouldered, a perfect specimen of i Pale inh' od. sV Esther 1 io > :ali. "I'l I,-' memi -ii ::•• !aga.:a!i'' .. %  you have forgotten, the llaganah is |i e Palestine Jewish defense corp. Sarah, skeptical, dared her chu I! "Prove it." So Esther ran u the unsuspecting youth ami sla pped hiface hard. He Rto] ed in h' narks, turned, looked at I er %  > am; :.ei ::'. .%  lid thi n s' %  tie on without Baying a word. Whereupon Esther returned to Sarah and i !ai ned: "See" What did I tell you'.' in' course he's a member of tlie Haganah you saw his selfi e-i raint." PARIS (UN'S)— A non-partisan investigating commission to go to Palestine to make peace between the Arabs and Jews on the basis of free Jewish immigration and mixed Arab-Jewish trade unions was proposed to the International 'Conference Against Race Prejudice and Anti-Semitism by an Arab delegate and seconded by a Jewish delegate. The conference also adopted a resolution calling upon France to take immediate action to curb the activities of Say. propagandists and agents provocateurs in France. Organized as a protest against the recent Nazi party congress at Nuremberg, the conference is being sponsored by Camiile lluy.-nians of Belgium, Fernando de los Rios of Spain, Lord Marley of England, Roger Baldwin, president of the Amci ican Civil Libert es Union, Arnold Zweig and Heinrich Mann. Andre Gide, Victor Basch, Leon Jouhax, Romain Holland, Emile Vandervelde and Leon -Nicole are among the participants. Without realizing it, another year has drifted away and again We find ourselves faced with new The social calendar of the .Men's Division tells us that a dance and frolic will be held at the Royal Palm Club Sunday, Oct. 4. A splendid orchestra and floor show has been secured to entertain each and everyone of you royally. May we have the pleasure of your attendance'.' We hope so. Admission is §1.00 per couple or "ill cents per person if your wife or sweetheart is away. surgent Ku Klux Klan. From the same sources we learn thai about 60 per i. ni of the followers ol Father Coughlin are not only antiSemitic but also anti-Catholic. A prominent national magazine icompiling a list of anti-Semitic organizations in the United States. Thus far the compendium includes over 500 of them. The leaders of some of the key Jew-baitine oul fits belong to a secret club which POT-POI RIO "Militant Christian Patriots" is the name of a new organization in '.. Despite its cognomen, however, ii is said to be opposed to Hitlerism on religious and moral I nun!.-. Liberal circles in New meets in various parts ol the mini... .. .. .i | York are -'.king lunds to finance try to discuss the best nice ,. „ a light to reinstate Bob Burk, making America "Jew ius. ~ .. ,, I Columbia University athlete, who I was expelled for his fight on ,, problems and obligations. But then that's what makes ife so interesting Only Ihe German waiters were perturbed at the absence of the swastika from the display of the flags of all nations al the (bind Neighbor league's dinner to Si C retary of State Hull at the Commodore Hotel. In place of the Nazi symbol the old black, white and red banner of the old Germany was flown. Louis T. McFadden, onetime number one anti-Semitic of In their efforts to obtain a larger membership the Y. W. II. A. wants it to be known here and nowthai all their paid-up members plus the new members and their escorts planningand wi '"' • %  %  { lh V M "• A -1 Aim lilding for the '" ""'"' dance nd fl '" 1 "' Sunday, iture. Affording ()li '• B youth as well Nominations of officers for the ;| '"' grown-u • proper environa/omen's Division will take place mo wher .: %  • %  may derive the Tuesday, Oct. 18, with uie elec *' : ;s; I "'' Jewish educa, :„„, ,„ ,„, | U ,, (I thu fo | lowintr Tues tieii .s the real task ahead of .is for .! %  %  New Year. N ,1 W. :: lay, Sept. :!0, the first general business meeting of the Y. M. II. A. will be held at the "Y" clubrooma located at 15(57 S. W. Bth St., starting at !l P. M. We strenuously urge all niembcrnnil friends of the "Y" to attend day, Oct. 21. An interesting program has been outlined for next Tuesday with the committee in charge consisting of President Bea Sihcr, Mrs. S. Shindel and Miss Iila Kngler. President Al Rosenfeld of the Y. M. II. A. went on a speaking to Congress from his old Pennsylvania district, with the backing of the Townsendites and the Prohibitionists. METROPOLITAN NEWS Is it true that the Fox and Warner Brothers movie interests have acquired a large block of stock in J. David Stern's New York Post '.' Speaking of the Post reminds us that Johannes Stoel is no longer its foreign editor. He's on I is way to Hollywood to do script ling and to finish his a Columbia's participation in the Heidelberg celebrations. The Jewish Post of Winnipeg has acquired its own building. Max Baer is making pro-Roosevelt speeches in all the towns where he appears in iiis come-back campaign. (Copyright, 1986, by Seven Arts Feature Syndicate) Jewish News Around the World Dr. Wise Praises U. S. Govern* meni for Help to Zionists Roosevelt Hails Rel rion As Vital Fo.cc In Nation IW V RK (WNS) Religion i.. vital force in solving the problems of the nation. President elt declared in a message to tin National Committee for Spiritual and Welfare Recovery, which is sponsoring Oct. 3 and -1 as national loyally days for religious observance. Read before a meeting of Protestant, Catholic and Jewish leaders called to mobilize opinion for the loyalty days, the President's message said: "Our nation is now engaged in the eon Btl'UCtive cons. deration of some of the most important social and economic problems of our history, but in my judgment no satisfactory solution will be found which does not take cognizance of the fundamental importance of religious faith in developing and maintaining thai strength of character on the par! of our citizens without which the best of laws and economic progress will prove ineffective. I therefore hail with heartiest approval your proposal for the observance Of Loyalty Days, Oct. .'i and l. whin every citizen is Invited and every member is confidently expected to attend church or synagogue." N K W YORK (WNS) — The Roosevelt administration has greatly helped Zionism in its present critical situation, Dr. Stephen S. Wise,-president of the Zionist Organization of America, told the Finkelstein was riding in a swell taxicab when the driver suddenly lost control and the cab began to move forward at terrific speed, swaying and swerving. "Hey!" yelled Finkelstein, in great alarm, "what's the matter?" "Don't Know," the driver replied grimly. "I can't stop her." "Well, for God's sake," Finkel-lein shouted, "can't you at least turn off the meter?"


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Page Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, September 25, 1935 A meeting of Beth David Sisterhood was held at Beth Dnvid Talmud Torah Hall last Wednesday afternoon. Plans for a series of benefit affairs were discussed and will be announced shortly. • • The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation is sponsoring a benefit card party on Sunday evening, Oct. 4, at the home of Mrs. William Clein, 18G0 S. W. 4th St. Proceeds will be used for the Talmud Torah fund of the Synagogue. Refreshments will be served and prizes awarded for high scores. The public is invited to attend. • Yom Kippur services at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be ushered in Friday evening at 5:45 P. M. when the Kol N'edrei service will be chanted by Cantor Lubel. Immediately following the Kol Nidrei service Rabbi A. S. Jacobson will preach on "The Old Temple." At Saturday morning services Rabbi Jacobson will preach on "Aaron's Son" immediately preceding the Yiskor or Memorial service. Cantor Lubel will chant the Musof service, with Messrs. B. Chertkoff and William Clein chanting the Shachris and Mincha service. Rabbi Jacobson will preach briefly before the Neilah or closing service which will be chanted by Cantor Lubel. *. .. Registration for the Sunday school of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will begin next Sunday morning, Sept. 27, promptly at ID A. M. at the Synagogue, 1546 S. W. 3rd St. Classes will begin the following Sunday. All children desiring to enroll are urged to be on hand Sunday morning. Date for the registration for thhe daily Talmud Torah classes will be announced in our next issue. Mr. Lawrence Sapero of the Fisher Lumber Co., returned to the city this week after an absence ol" several months spent in touring Continental Europe with Mrs. Sapero, who will return to Miami from New York shortly. 0 SOCIETY Chester Cassel, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Cassel of Miami Beach, has returned to Gainesville, Fla., where he is attending the University of Florida. He has been appointed manager of the Phi Beta Delta fraternity. During the sumThe Jewish Floridian, Miami, Florida. Gentlemen: 0 bloom will preach in Yiddish on "The Spirit That Pervades Us." Saturday afternoon preceding the closing service, Rabbi Rosenbloom will again preach. • • Yom Kippur services will be mer he was at Hiawatha camp in j ushered in at Beth David SynaQuebec. Dr. Frank Coret and his son, Irving, have gone to Valdosta, Ga., 'where Irving will attend the junior college of Emory University. Dr. Coret will return Monday. • Junior Hadassahh is formally We are living in a time in which every Jew is interested in what happens in Palestine. I have recently studied the reown tion at Temple Israel, a Dutch supper is being sponsored by TemIn charge of arrangements is .1 committee headed by Mrs. J. A. PERSONALS goguc with the chanting of the Kol Nidrei service by Cantor Louis Dayman and the choir at 5:45 P. M. Rabbi Max Shapiro will preach on "Would I Choose to Be Born a Jew?" Saturday morning immediately preceding the Yiskor service Rabbi Shapiro will preach on "Death Is Not An Unopening its year Sunday afternoon, happy Ending." Immediately preOct. 11, with a Parade of Fashceding the Neilah or closing scrvions and Musicale at the Royal ice Rabbi Shapiro will preach on Richter. Palm Club at 3 o'clock. "Facing the Morrow." At the ___ Outstanding feminine characters special children's service Saturdav of history will be delineated with in Beth David Talmud Torah Hall, their costumes serving as a backPeritz Scheinberg will preach on Men! Women! Why Stay Single. ground against which the styles "Which Is the Jewish Way?" Try our plan! Join Americas that the modern young lady selects, original and finest Jewish corwill be portrayed. A brief tableau One of the most rtnthusiastic reapondence club. • will precede the Fashion Revue, for meetings of the season was held nlntl ". happiness. : which Miss Irene Fair will be a.by the local B'nai B'rith Lodge last , who made a stirring adthe son of Mr. and Mrs. Isidor dress on the work of the organiRoth, formerly of New York City, zation and who is aiding the local and now of Miami Beach. He is Lodge in an effort to have the a Bachelor of Science and a graduExecutive Board of the Supreme ate of the University of Vermont Grand Lodge meet here in January, and Medical College, and is a mem1987. A special membership camber of Phi Delta Epsilon, Tau Eppaign committee will be named this filon Phi medical fraternities and week. act ive Beach. in civic affairs at Miami SOCIETY— Yom Kippur services at Beth The first meeting of the season of the Jewish Board of Ministers of Dade County was held Tuesday and Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom of • */ +%>L.L Sun.-Mon.-Tues.. Sept. 27-28-29 Syivia Sidney—Fred MacMurray Henry Fonda in "TRAIL OF THE LONESOME PINE" %  Sunday-Monday, Sept. 27-28 Franchot Tone I.oretta Young in "UNGUARDED HOUR" Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach, Beth Jacob Congregation was will be ushered in at 5:45 P. M.I chosen chairman lor the coming Friday evening when the K*


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iree wJewisti Floridlam .% Vol. 9—No. 39 COMBMNG Ylhe Jiewiisilh lUiniHty /• MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2.",. 1936 Price Five Cents THE WORLD'S WINDOW The Liberals and We Jewish News A Around the World (This Seven durtion in whole or in part strictly for-Status in (Vntntl hidden. Any infringement will be prwe' <"ted.) Europe nor a homeland and By LUDWIG LEWISOHN TeatuV^te' V£ \ hc themselves, neither minorit. Raster i in PaleTo many intelligent Jews it is n t ine Tn< lib <"ral, >" brief, wants source of irritation and sorrow the J, ws to "e left a o ne >n th-1 that so few of the world's liberals conviction that then they will din are our friends. In America the !M** r even '" name and he will conspicuous example of this unbe troubled by them no more, friendliness is to be found in the The difference between the antiart.cles and editorials of the Na! Semite and the conventional liberal t.on. Needless to say that the Na-j is this: the anti-Semite is a liar tion is anti-anti-Semitic, that is. when he says he W8nts to ri( the Vladeck Praises Palestine, Opposes Zionism Still SUMMARY OF EVENTS A SOLUTION IS SUGGESTED NEW YORK (WNS)—B. Charney Vladeck, president of the ORT Federation and general manager of the Jewish Daily Forward, returned from a visit to Palestine ^J^AI^SSAHSU^ jT say for exam p' e that the the United states, written exclusively Jews are the cause of all our trou.mpe^affiC::! wd,„ ri the n Sev'e'n Arts' M ." is t0 do W "t all simple minds h^! ur disfus n s'!i, c '' wh,!, he A Rev D r Bir k a re forev er seeking to do, namely '* '""cusses what Americans who ,.. value their country's tradition of freeto OVer-Simpllfy our problems. If ArerrnttiviS' TH^ EDITOR! ""' \ H Wm P SSMe l CaDtUre f By Dr. I.. M. BIRKHEAD the 15.000,000 Jews of the world There are certain important an(l execute them, I do not believe singing the praises of "jewish I faets about a of the Fascist antithat that wou| d solve all of our achievements there, and especially I Semitic K'oups that I have enumProblems, or any of them, for that those of the Jewish labor move-j crate Ver V closely associated with the Arab terror had not halted semb 'ance. Many of them believe the abov e over-simplification of Jewish progress in the Jewish I t hat the soulcc of our trouble is civilization's problems by blaming cease to be Jews except in name. so intensely that in order to be What they are willing to defend able to defend it from persecution is a shadow. Show them the subj he has initially to assume that it stance and they are scarcely to be j has ceased to exist, distinguished from anti-Semitics. Harsh words but true. And the It is childish or comic or tragic | penetrating truth may pierce even as you will. For there would be 1 to the closed minds of the sono persecution if there were no'called liberals. How closed their Jews. It is the substance of the minds are is illustrated once more Jewish people that causes perse-. by the recent performance of Mr. cution. It is the eternally unique | H. G. Wells, late-nineteenth-cencharacter of Israel that defines tury liberal-in-chief. "I ask the both its existence and its fate. If Want U. S. to Intervene Palestine In simple logic. The facts which I have enumerto sa V to everybody (and to our'ated about the views of these selves) "don't blame races, groups, groups concerning Communism and j or c ass es for the ills from which WASHINGTON D C (WNS)— Zionism are a,so important. Both vou su ffer. There is no scapegoat Militant action to'prevail upon the f th f" %  **• are part and* 01 a <* OUT evils though we long U. S. government to intervene with T f ^conspiracy of world *>r one at times. Jewry to destroy modern Gentile ; %  *• A nti-bemitism is an idea alien Great Britain in bshalf of che Jews of Palestine is contemplated by Senators Royal S. Copeland, Warren R. Austin and Daniel O. Hastings, who have just returned from you do not affirm that substance, a visit to Palestine, it was learned Jewish reader just to think why after the three Senators had called his tradition has irritated such dion Secretary of State Hull and if you do not defend the right of verse peoples as it has done through la 'd before him a report of their that eternally unique character to the ages." What a fruitful subvisit to the Holy Land. exist and function in peace either j ec t of contemplation that would everywhere or somewhere on earth be either for a Jew or for any ,. ., ,. • o -if you are unwilling to do .hat, nian! The face God gave him has n,s Hl| P' d A Na """-• What, in cold fact, are you denot pleased. Let him change it. "* MuirftioiM Committee Charge. eivi.ization. The Fascists claim that 85 per cent of the Communists are Jews. Streicher's slogan "the Jews to America. There is much talk now of alien philosophies and theories which have been imported into America. But there is no question about racial hatred and the cause of our trouble" is fast religious bigotry. These are debecoming the slogan of Streicher's finitely old world ideas from which American counterparts. If Amoru ancestors sought to escape. On ft nding? Nothing. What people has not irritated its The gestures are follow peoples? Do the French Evidence proving that the dul'ont tea i. to be saved, the Jews must this continent they set up a haven be defeated, they say. f, the persecuted and the hated These pro-Fasctot leaders all minorities. Are we going to imtalOW each other and exchange p 0rt the old-world hatreds into ideas, lierature and letters. They America and disrupt our society? keep in touch with each other.) 4. Anti-Semitism is a Gentile WASHINGTON, I). C. (WNS)| ^J^S^JrZZZl Z*** P rob,em not essentially a Jewish one. It is the Gentile who hates are one hundred per centers. They %  v %  %  % % %  • %  — leiiuw peoples: io tne rrencn •••••• K 1 ""^ mat mc uui um al( consfintlv %  kin f — '" empty. The words are vain. Their love the English or the English Company shared in the profits ac' Uh k connections Bnd persecutes the Jew. It is, function is purely subjective. Libthe Flench or either the Germans ufalg from Nazi rearmament was DMM J! ," f ,! u< MOU|,s tne .therefore, the problem of the Generate dislike Jews. But on princior the Germans them? Does the made public here by the Senate!,^ lm| ^ j^ZZ ^JJJ I*"* to deal with his fellows wh pie they must not dislike Jews. Fleming love the Walloon or the Munitions Investigating Committee Tney Hence they insist that Jews are Croatian the Serb or not or should not be that whicn Catalan from Barcelona the Casthey dislike and keep their liberaltilian from Madrid? Well, all these ism virgin by defending only peoples united in disliking us, in something that does not exist. It being irritated by us because we is not entirely their fault. Their have through our dispersion been Jewish friends are usually fleein.; defenselessly exposed to this abJews, self-negating Jews, assimila-J normal enmity. But all these irtory Jews (whether bourgeois or ,. itations at the perception of difMarxist), Jews who go to the in, .... .... Iference are vestiges of barbarism, sane length of arguing, for in-, s stance, that the differences beA civilized man meets difference tween Racine and Shakespeare are ;„ fellow-men with imaginative apnot the differences b e t we e n Ipreciation. Frenchness and Englishness in oirican Legion. are s0 full of the venom of racial fin., T „ Th, ,,,„,, isajnSA %X'£ n """" b lwr> vealed that the dul'onts have a ,;„„ „.„..i, „u u -.i .... ., „ J'ne work that Hitler has done in stock interest in the Gorman cheni(jernianv teal trust which furnished Gerder to be able to deny the exist< nee of Jewishness. Max Lerner of the Nation is not By sharing and affirming the §25,000. irritation which Mr. Wells bids us' contemplate he shows that he has | not yet emerged from that state K' n K Edward's Physician Calls t3 instruct his Gentile col-1of psychological tribalism in which Fascists and Communists Quacks league ; Mr. Benjamin Stolberg's | the instinctive reaction of the i i article was an almost farei-1 member of tribe A toward the cal illustration of the Jewish cry i member of tribe B is not to uni .s ;ibe al G :itilc colleagues not | derstand him or appreciate him or iHeve tha: .here are Jews, not learn what his specific contribution to mankind's common possessions may be, but to make in some form the following observation: "Be like me or I'll knock you down!" 5. The real plans and purposes of these anti-Semitic groups should be disclosed to the American peomany with its arms and munitions, These groups propose (and they ple Many of these f the and also that the duPonts have are doingit) to educate the counbannel of patriot i.sm and in the an agreement to exchange trade try in anti-Semitism. They want secrets with Germany. Other evito defeat the New Deal because ( dence contained in the report it is a "Jew-Deal," they say. showed that the duPonts had made They cannot be ignored. They an agreement with an internationcannot be laughed out of existI al spy to smuggle arms into the ence. Ridicule may help to re-) Reich via Holland, but that the strain them but it is not a suff1|. ttribut • I contract was destroyed in 1933, cient instrument for their destruc' after the duPonts had paid the spy tion. It is not sufficient to say that they are erratic, fanatical and psychopathic. The same thing was said of Hitler in Germany before he came to power. to believe that there is a Jewish peoj le. On this silly principle liberals can go <,n protesting against the persecution of the people who are called Jews. But since the thing is a name or, at best, i neurosis, the Jews need no positive opportunities to function either sociologically or psychologically, neither rights nor the freedom to LONDON (WNS)—"A plague upon both their blouses," Baron ilorder of Ashford, private phyician to King Edward VIII, told the psychologists of the British Association for the Advancement But what shall we do? you ask. Ah, that is the rub; what wouldn't modern civilization igive for an answer to this problem of racial ;name of patriotism they circulate worst sort of lies and unfounded rumors about racial and religious minorities. They make one believe that there is a great measure of truth in the statement Dr. Johnson that "Patriotism is the last resort of scoundrels." The righteous indignation of the American people should be aroused against these groups that are racketeering in racial and religious bigotry. (i. Some new and creative approach to the idea of "the brotherhood of man" is needed. What we say about this subject is so platihatred and religious bigotry. But tu as A. ilso >uis ew1. ism ne san to een tsis and Ollnal •juan :i ace inu ate of nts %  ed ent rnionOf of nd, the on. nn. ;on ifle are tal ion >b;nt to iticb la>U:etn,l iie he >U! >nof sort •ry >es la>us inon %  ut :o;ctihe ct. infich ell >iy to ^d, in ?" ed elist


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Hmre Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, September 25, 193(1 bi r atth* their neighbors, the Falins. Their first contact with the civilization of the outside world comes when MaclMurray, a younu engineer, arrives to build a railroad line through their hills. Miss Sidney is immediately fascinated by the stranger, and Fonda, who has always loved her, is The first natural-color picture aroused to jealousy that knows but of the outdoors, Walter Wanger'a one law—to fight and kill for the production of "The Trail of the .hinjrs he holds dear. But as he Lonesome Pine," opens for a threesets out to follow his code, the day run at the Tivoli Theatre on alias set out after him. The cliSunday with Sylvia Sidney, Fred 'a; that follows brings the film MacMurray and Henry Fonda in stirring conclusion. the starring roles. "The Trail of the Lonesome Pine," based on the famous novel of the same title by John Fox, Jr., was filmed on a location almost exactly like the Cumberland mountain country in which the Fox Dr. Birkhead's stretcher office in the grand and historic old German town of NuLoretta Young and Franchot Tone form a delightful new romantic screen team in Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's "The Unguarded Hour," which comes to the 7th Avenue Theater next Sunday and Monday. The new picture, filled with romance, drama and mystery, gives both players an excellent opportunity for their talents. Moving with lightning speed, the Lawrence Weingarten production concerns a prosecuting attorney who sends men to their doom by his brilliant use of circumstantial evidence. When he is caught by circumstances for a crime he has not committed his wife comes to his aid to save his life. and an anti-Semite by conviction. He was formerly a member of and Expose Ends .!;' cture '; r ^! ll sllw Shirt f,_ ., „, | William Dudley Pelley, command( Continued from Page 5) I .. ,, o-, „,. er-in-chief of the Silver Shirts, reI ports that the Rev. Smith delivered While Americans sit complacent; an attack on the Jews in Arkansas y in their homes listening freely j n 1933, and tne Jews put tho to the radio and without any sense heat on Brother Smith and made > him resign from the Silver Shirts." In his speech before the Townsend movement convention in remberg manipulates American |Cleveland Smith referred to Nazi and anti-Semitic organizations and directs the American forces of prejudice and hate toward an inevitable dictatorship. And while these American forces are being manipulated by the little man in Nuremberg, American antiSemitic leaders (also little men and women) pray for an American Hitler. Will their prayer be answered ? New Deal as a "Moscow cake baked by Israel, Cohen and Co." Let us turn the light of pitiless publicity on the Rev. Smith and thus save America from this demagogue! (Copyright, 1!36, Seven \rts Feature Syndicate) Well, I believe that there has appeared on the American scene the man who may be the answer to the anti-Semites' prayer. I refer to the Rev. Gerald L. K. Smith, successor to Huey Long, Smith,]. ;. ;.; ;.; vl now head of the Share-the-Wealth Cubs and active in the Townsend ()NIY RECOGNIZED RABBIS While Oak Leather LADIES' HEELS 15c HALF SOLES 50c ATLAN1IC SHOE SHOP 210 N. E. First Avenue Opp. Cortez Hotel movement, has all of the qualities for the making of the American Hitler. He has what Hitler has before the crowd—"it", personal Both Tone and Miss Young are "M"**"". r whatever that magi novel was set. Under direction of Henry Hathaway, who also directed "The Lives of a Bengal Lancer," it was filmed entirely in the new three-color Technicolor process. The picture follows the Fox novel closely. Miss Sidney and Fonda are members of the Tolliver elan, continually "feuding" with When you need a Mohel and want to be sure that the circumcision will comply with ritual requirements, as well as protect the health of your child, bo certain to call RABBI B. U. MENDELL Recognised as (Greater Miami's Leading Mohel outstanding in their respective roles as the attorney and the wife. Roland Young, as the friend of .he family, is exceedingly funny while Lewis Stone is sterling as Lie head of Scotland Yard. Others who score in the mystery thriller, directed by Sam Wood, are K inert Creig, Dudley Digges, Jessie Ralph, Aileen Pringle and I'cnry D-'U. 55o< The Only Strictly Kosher POME COOKING In St. I'etersburjf, Fla. Mrs. I). Rabinovich Rooms and Board N53 5th Avenue, South St. Petersburg. Fla. quality may he called. It is an indefinable something that makes crowds respond blindly to the will of the rabble-rouser. 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