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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
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. 41
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REBUILDING OF
IS WORLD
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1936
Price Five Cent*
PALESTINE Local Minister
JEWRY'S DUTY1 To Tal!j_zionism
Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency)
The entire Jewish people is called
upon to safeguard the gains in the
Jewish homeland through the pro-
vision of a $1,500,000 defense and
security fund in a statement is-
sued by the Jewish Agency for Pal- I
estine on the occasion of the close !
of the sixth month of violence
which marks the Arab revolt I
against the Jewish National Home |
policy of the British government, j
The problem is one that cannot be j
borne by the Jews of Palestine |
alone, but must be shared by the j
Jewish people everywhere, it is de- '
dared in the statement, which
reads as follows:
'"For six months the Yishub has
been faced with an economic on- '
slaught and incessant murderous j
attacks. The Arab strike commit-
tees and the terrorist bands have
been attempting to check the I
peaceful and }vdemptiive Jewish
endeavors in a renascent Home-
land through dastardly and cow-
ardly outrages, the murdering of
old and young from ambush, the
burning of crops and the uproot-
ing of trees. This attempted war
of extermination is not solely di-
rected against the lives and toil of
the Homeland's 400,000 Jews, but
against the hopes of the entire
Jewish people and their centuries-
old aspiration to return to rebuild j
the long neglected Homeland and
to be rebuilt therein.
"Yet the Yishub has not been
dismayed by this assault. The
bloodshed and destructive fury,
launched by the Arab brigands has '
recoiled and been unsuccessful
against the living steel wall of the
Homeland's builders. The brutal
vocation implicit in the acts of
lawlessness has been withstood and
civil war prevented. The Yishub
remains steadfast at its post with
valiance, responsibility and judg-
ment and with unflinching deter-
mination. It maintains an unflag-
ging watch as in one band it holds;
its working tools and n the other i
the weapon of defense.
"The Arab strike, stained with |
the innocent blood of Jews, Arabs
and British, has not deterred the
development of the Jewish econ-
omy, nor has it halted the Jewish
creative activity. The insecurity
the highways has not stayed
Jewish transport nor severe I com-
munications between town and vil-
lage,
. < pioneers on the |
land have not confined their ef-'
forts to the protection of existing
achievements or the continuance of
previous activity. During the very
height of the disturbances, when
the sword of destruction still was
brandished over their heads and
the hopes of the Jewish people were
threatened by the gravest danger,
the Yishub won new permanent
footings, promising expansion, and
thrust its roots more firmly into
the soil. The world's first Jewish
city carved a way to the sea and
a Jewish port is beginning on the
Tel Aviv shore. Jew'sh labor has
been consolidated in the Jewish vil-
lages and thousands of new .1. wish
workers have been absorbed in th
Jewish settlements. Jewish agri-
culture has won new market, and
the labor settlements have admit-
ted hundreds of new pioneers.
Building's basic industry, quarry-
ing, has absorbed added Jewish la-
bor. The Jewish defense forces
have had an unprecedented in-
crease, with the enlistment of thou-
,-ands of Jewish youths in the su-
pernumerary police, who are now
guarding Jewish life and property.
Not the least achievement during
these months of crime and un-
leashed passions has been the en-
try into Palestine of thousands of
newcomers of all types and ages
who, by settling on the land, have
demonstrated the absorptive ca-
pacity of a rebuilding Homeland
despite terrorism.
"For six months the Yishub
alone has borne the weight of
these struggles, paying for its
faith in our redemption undertak-
ing with the fruit of its toil and
capital and the lives of its sons
and daughters. But the Yishub
will not retreat or Taller from any
sacrifice, remaining steadfast an*
prepared for the trial forced upon
it by fate. But this cannot be re-
garded as a battle to be fought by
the Jewish community in Palestine
atone. It is not the lives and
rights in the land of 400,000 Jews
which it is guarding, but the pre-
rogatives of the entire Jewish peo-
ple, their right to return to the
Homeland and renew their na-
tional self-determination. The en-
tire Jewish people is .summoned to
participate in the defense and up-
building program upon which our
national future depends."
The statement closes with the
appeal to all Jews to rally imme-
diately "to the utmost capacity
for the security and consolidation
campaign."
Rev. R. Z. Tyler, minister of the
I Trinity M. E. Church, South, pres-
ident of the Dade County Minis-
terial Association, and one of the
outstanding clergymen of this
area, will be the principal speaker
at a Zionist mass meeting next
Tuesday evening, October 13th, at
8 o'clock in Beth David Talmud
Torah Hall. Rev. Tyler will have
British Ban
Prevents Riot
Germans Paid
For U. S. Team
London (WNS)Deeply stirred I
by the narrow avoidance of what
would have been England's blood-
lest riot had not a huge mass dem-
| onstration of Sir Oswald Mosley's |
Fascist blackshirt legions through
| the crowded Jewish districts of
| Lonlon's East End been prohib-
ited by the police at the last mo- '
I ment, British public and official i
| opinion are looking to parliament
and the cabinet to take .immediate
| measures to put an end to Fascist .
violence and intimidation. Al-
though the parade was called off,
several hundred persons were in-
jured, many seriously, and about
i 80 arrested when a militant throng
I of 100,000 anti-Fascists jammed I
every street in the East End, pre- j
pared to block the Fascists' march i
REV. R. /. TYLER
as his sub,,. "A ( V\ ti n 1. ioks
at Zionism." The rabbis of Great.
er Miami, including Rabbi Dr. Ja-
cob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro and Rabbi David I. Rosi
bloom, will speak briefly. Rabbi
Colman Zwitman, who returned
from a visit to Palestine last
month, will speak on "What I Saw
n Palestine." The cantors of
Greater Miami will render musical
selections. No collections of any-
kind will he made. The meeting
is for the purpose of acquainting
Greater Miami Jewry with condi-
tions in Palestine and general
Zionist conditions throughout the
world.
il
Will Not Dismiss
Libel Charges
M w Yo.l; (WNS)The last le-
gal technicality standing in the
way of the trial of Robert Edward
Edmondson, anti-Semitic pam-
phleteer, on charges of libeling the
Jewish religion, Secretary of La-
bor Perkins and Dean Virginia Gil-
dersleeve of Barnard College was
brushed aside by General Sessions
Judge Collins when he denied a
motion by Edmondson's counsel to
dismiss the three indictments. This
setback follows another previously
aii ministered to Edmondson by-
Judge William Alln, who denied
a motion for an inspection of the
minutes of the grand jury which
indicted Edmondson.
Commission to
Study Promises
.1 E RUSALEM (WNS-Palcor
Agency)The Royal Commission
which has been appointed by the
British government to investigate
the current disorders in Palestine
will include within its terms of
reference a stu ly as to whether
Palestine was pledged in the war-
time promises made to the Arabs
by British agents, it is reported in
Al Aqdam, temporary Arab daily
which appeared because of the
iUBpension of all other Arabic-
papers. This paper reports that
the terms under which the Royal
Commission will inquire into the
Palestine situation will be much
broader than has been announced,
and that a joint appeal is to be
made to the Arabs of Palestine by
all Arab kings and emirs urging
the abandoning of the general I
strike and the campaign of viol- j
once. Other Arab sources report
that Arab orange growers have j
1 en assured that the general strike
will end before the opening of the j
J orange shipping season, which be-
gins very soon.
if the police permitted it.
Warned for weeks of impending
trouble, the commissioner of police
and the home office had ignored
the pleas of the mayors of the five
Bast End boroughs to ban the dem-
onstration, which was to have
I through Whitechapel, Step-
ney and Aldgate, all heavily pop-
ulated Jewish areas. A warning
by George Lansbury, labor leader,
a petition signed by 100,000 citi-
zens and the pleas of Jewish or-
ganizations also went unheed.d.
The government, however, canceled
all police leaves and surrounded
the area with 5,000 bobbies.
Violence appeared unavoidable
when the assembled Fascists found
their route of march blocked by
anti-Fascists. Long before the
time set for the parade the anti-
Fascistg crowded the line of march,
determined not to permit the Fas-
cist demonstration. All the in-
juries were suffered when the anti-
Fascists resisted police attempts to
disperse them. A brick smashed
the windshield of Mosley's car and
narrowly missed hitting him. The
order to call off the demonstration
was eon vexed to Sir Oswald by Sir
Philip Came, police commissioner,
who met the Fascist chieftain at
the point where the parade was to
have Btarted.
New York (WNS)What was
tantamout to an admission that the
American team that went to the
Berlin Olympic games over the
protest of large sections of Amer-
ican public opinion was financed in
considerable measure by funds ob-
tained from pro-Nazi and German.
American sources was made by
A very Brundage, chairman of the
American Olympic committee and
leader of the fight for American
participation in the Berlin games,
in a pro-Nazi speech at the Ger-
man Day celebration in Madison
Square Garden here. Cheered by
20,000 gathered under the auspices
of the German-American Bund, suc-
cessor of the Friends of the New
Germany, Mr. Brundage said that
"thanks to the support of you peo-
ple of German descent in America,
we were able to get our Olympic
team abroad. The question then
was whether a vociferous minor-
ity, highly organized and highly
financed, could impose its will on
120,000 people."
In an atmosphere heavily larded
with Nazism, and with "Heil Hit-
lers" and swastikas dominating the
scene, Brundage received an ova-
tion when he lauded the Nazi re-
gime and urged the United States
to take a lesson from rit. "We,
too, if we wish to preserve our in-
stitutions, must stamp out Com-
munism," he said. "We, too, must
take steps to arrest the decline of
patriotism. If we are to preserve
the America we all love so well we
must stamp out these false the-
ories."
Brundage also praised Germany's
handling of the Olympic games,
denying the Nazis had used them
for propaganda purposes, and as-
serted that "Germany has pro-
gressed as a nation out of her dis-
couragement of five years ago into
a new spirit of confidence in her-
self." Other speakers were Dr.
Hans Luther, German ambassador
at Washington, and Karl Stroeh-
lin, mayor of Stuttgart, Germany.
Part of the entertainment was a
political tableau by uniformed
Nazi storm troopers and the sing-
ing of the Hoist Wessel song.
Arab Kings Ask
Violence End
Jerusalem (WNS)The Arab
sovereigns of the Near and Middle
East have appealed to the Arabs
of Palestine to end their general
strike and campaign of violence,
now in its 25th week, and to rely
upon the "good will" of the Brit-
ish government, it is disclosed by
the evening edition of Hadashoth
Aharonoth, Hebrew daily, which
publishes the text of the appeal,
which it declares it received from
a reliable Arab source. The appeal,
issued by the rulers of Saudi Ara-
bia, Iraq, Yemen and Transjordan,
and which has been the subject
of negotiations for many weeks,
expresses sorrow at the violence
and continued bloodshed in Pales-
tine.
Asking the Arabs of Palestine
to put an end to violence to ob-
tain their objective, the Arab rul-
ers jointly pledge to help the Pal-
estine Arabs to attain justice in
the future. The appeal asks the
Arab revoltcrs to rely upon "Great
Britain's good will and upon the
British government, which will
faithfully execute her obligations
to the Arab people."
It is generally believed that the
proclamation of martial law has
been delayed In order that this ap-
peal might be broadcast as the best
means for curbing the disorders.
Sources close to the Arab higher
committee predict that when this
unusual document, displaying the
united front of the Arab rulers,
is issued the Palestine Arabs will
call off their general strike.


Pajte Two
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAIS
Friday, October 9, 1936
The first meeting of Emunah
chapter 175, Order of the Eastern
Star, will be marked by the cele-
bration of the ninth birthday anni-
versary at 8 p. m. Thursday, Oc-
tober V-h, at ihe Scottish Rite
temple.
An interesting program has
been prepared and there will be
favors and refreshments. Miss Ida
Engler will give a reading; Marx
Fineberg will g've a baritone solo
and Mrs. M. Auslander will offer
piano selections.

Stanley Tannenbaum, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Charles Tannenbaum,
long time residents of this city,
will become Bar Mitzva Saturday
morning, October 10th, at services
in the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation, 1545 S. W. Third
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The closing days of Succos will home of Mrs. Hyman N. Levy last
be ushered in at the Miami Jewish Monday evening. The formation
Orthodox Congregation Wednesday of a choral group under the direc-
evening at 6:15. Thursday morn-| lion of Mrs. Levy to present mu-
Shemini
ing the usual
services will be held and Yizkor
will be recited at 10:30 a. m.
Thursday night the traditional
Simcjhas Torah services Vvill be
Atzeres | sical numbers during the season
was announced. Gym classes,
which have been conducted at nom-
inal charges for the past several
years, also began Monday morning.
held with the Hakof os and the j These classes are open to the pub-
children in the processional. The
board of directors of the congre-
gation and the Ladies' Auxiliary
will serve refreshments following
the services. Friday morning the
Stanley will recite the bless-1 services will begin at 9 o'clock,
ings read a portion of the Torah I with the usual Simchas Torah eel-1 be held October 19th at the Mark
from the Scroll and chant the Haf-1 ebratiion. BefJ-eshments will be Store. A joint installation of offi-
lic and are held every morning
from 9 to 10 o'clock in the tennis
court of Mrs. Sam Halpert, 1761
S. W. Fifteenth st. The public is
invited to attend. The next meet-
ing of the Ladies' Auxiliary will j officers.
Assisting
oQCZp
gler, Miss Natalie Pallott, Mrs.
Leona August, Miss Edith Schweit-
zer, Miss Mohr, '.Miss Charlotte
Kohn, Miss Janice Magid, Miss
Blank, Miss Myrtle Zeientz, Miss
Tannen, Miss Salter and Miss
Stoller.
During the afternoon Mrs. Rose-
mary Gerson Klemptner, soprano,
will song "Rachem" (Mana-Zucca)
and will be accompanied by Mrs.
Lorn Laskin.
The formal opening inaugurates
the year's activities of Junior Ha-
dassah arti itjs Recently
etery Association and an officer
and active worker of Bth Jacob
Congregation, Miami Beach. The
Fixzit System js unique in its
field, that of serving the general
public in the plumbing and elec-
trical contracting business, and def-
inite charges set in advance for
repair work. Large showrooms
are maintained at 1114 N. E. Sec-
ond ave., Miami, with Mr. Mintzer
on hand to meet his many friends.
* *
Mrs. Joseph V.'illiamson, presi-
dent, and Mrs. Anna Mankes, sec-
retary of the Miami chapter of
Senior Hadassah, will leave short-
ly for Philadelphia to represent
the local chapter at the annual
Miss Segall in ar-
rangements are Miss Jacobs, Miss
' | convention of Hadassah, to be held
there on October 22nd.
toro. Following this he will speak \ served following these services, j Cert of the Jewish Welfare Gureau Adeiine Sokoloff, Miss Kohn, Miss
briefly on the significance of the The public is invited to attend. land the Ladies' Auxiliary will be Rost0n, Miss Ethel Wax, Miss Tan.
briefly on the signifies
event. Services will begin at 9
a. m. A reception for the worship-
ers and friends with the parents | ish Orthodox Congregation will be-
of the Bar Mitzva as hosts will gin next Sunday morning at 10
follow the services. All friends | o'clock in the synagogue building,
are invited to attend. No cards
held on November 11th, full de-
Sunday school of the Miami Jew- tails of which will appear in an
early issue.
Classes will be assigned and the
The public is cordially invited
to be present at the formal open-
will be issued.
Mr. Louis Gordon was named
honorary chairman of the mem-
bership committee of the local
B'nai B'rith lodge, which has set'that time.
a minimum of 250 new members
as its goal by January 1st. Mr.
E. Albert Pallot is chairman and
is being assisted by Milton Fried-
man, Harry Schwartz and R. R.
Adler. The officers of the lodge
are aiding the drive and all mem-
bers are urged to obtain applica-
tion blanks from any member of
the committee.
work for the semester begun. Tal- ing of the year of the Miami unit,
mud Torah sessions will begin Junior Hadassah, Sunday after-
Monday afternoon, October 12th, noon at three o'clock, at the Royal
at 3:80. All desiring to attend are Palm Club.
urged to bring their children at j Miss Adele Segall, chairman and
director, is mistress of ceremo-
nies for the afternoon. Mrs. Mur.
ry Grossman, president, will ex-
nen Miss Gutel and Miss Sylvia
Rayvis.

Of much interest is the an-
nouncement of the election of Mr.
I. L. Mintzer, prominent local
I communal worker and business
! man as treasurer of the Fixzit
; System. Mr. Mintzer is president
of the Greater Miami Jewish Cem-
pebsonals
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*
The final days of Succos began
Wednesday night at 6:15 o'clock.
tend greetings. A tableau, the
Thursday morning Shemini Atzeres script of which was written by Mrs.
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services will be held with Rabbi
Max Shapiro preaching imme-
diately prior to the Yizkor or me-
morial services. His subject will
be "Not a Memorial Prayer Will
Be Recited." Thursday night at
Frieda Lutsky, delineating a num-
ber of outstanding feminie charac-
ters of the past with their cos-
tumes serving as a background for
the wardrobe of the modern miss,
will work up gradually to the prcs-
The closing days of Succos will
begin at Beth Jacob Congregation
Wednesday night, October 7th, at
6:15. Thursday morning services
begin at 8:30 a. m., with Cantor
Maurice Mamches chanting all the
services. Rabbi David I. Rosen-
bloom will preach immediately pre-
ceding Yizkor on "The Parting of
the Ways." Thursday night Sin-
chas Torah will be celebrated with
the Hakofos and the children will
march in the usual procession with
flat's marking the event. Refresh-
ments will be served in the tradi-
tional manner. Friday moiming
the usual Simchas Torah services
will be observed. Saturday morn-
ing Rabbi Rosenbloom will preach
in Yiddish on the portion of the
week.
7:30 o'clock the Simchas Torah eel- ent time, and will be climaxed by
ebration will begin, preceded by j a fashion revue, in which beach
brief address by Rabbi Shapiro wear, active sports, spectator
"Do We Accept the Law of sports, convention clothing and
Talmud Torah of Beth Jacob
Congregation, Miami Beach, begins

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Moses?" The usual Hakofos and formats will be modeled. Miss
1 procession by the adults and chil- Irene Farr will be accompanist for
I dren will be held, with refresh- the models.
ments being served by the Sister-' Characterizations in the tableau
hood. Friday morning the usual will be taken by Miss Vivienne Ja-
Simchas Torah service will be | cobs, Miss Doris Friedman, Miss
had. Cantor Louis Hayman will Judith Greenblatt, Miss Belle Tan-
chant all the services. nen, Miss Sylvia Gutel, Miss Ruth
| Davis, Miss Toby Mohr, Miss Au-
Regular Sunday school sessions drey Cutler, Miss Anita Silverman,
at Beth David will begin next Sun- Miss Ida Safer, Miss Ida Engler,
day morning at 10 o'clock in Beth Miss Charlotte Davis, Miss Sylvia
' David Talmud Torah Hall. Mrs. Roston and the Beth David choir,
Meyer Schwartz is superintendent, under the direction of Cantor
; with the following composing the i Louis Hayman.
faculty: Kindergarten, Ida Engler; I The fashion show will be her-
alded by Barbara and Thelma Bev-
ger, twins, and modeling are Miss
Janet Nelson, Miss Phyllis Salter,
Miss Betty Markowitz, Miss Wini-
fred Coles, Miss Ruby Zeesman,
Miss Jean Stoller, Miss Edna Ad-
A*QUI SE HA?tA 6SPANOI-
iiin mm i-iii. .*,*,** iMiltii La B
eau
grade 1, Eadie Feinberg; grade 2,
PeritI Scheinberg; grade 3, Rose
Dubler; grade 4, Adele Segal;
grade 5, Jerome Weinkle; pre-con-
firmation, Milton Friedman; con-
firmation, Mrs. Harry Oliphant;
Monday. October Pith, at 3:30 p. p08t m. Canter Maurice Mamches, with u.acbers" training class, Stanley C. Meschler, Mi** Marion Blank, Miss
Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom super- \|V(,,S. advanced history, Rabbi Norma Fink, Miss Gutel, Miss En-
Max Shapiro; librarian, Robert)________________________________
Miller.
vising, will direct the work. All
children are urged to register im-
mediately.
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Hebrew classes at Beth David
Synagogue begin Monday. October
12th, at :!:.'' p. m. All desir ng
their children to attend are asked
to enroll them immediately. Rabbi
Max Shapiro will direct the
studies.
*
An important meeting of the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish
Welfare Bureau was held at the
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9. 19.IK
Vol. 9No. 41
Meier Dizengoff is dead at the
age of seventy-five. The founder
and builder of one of the world's
pre-eminent cities is mourned by
that city and by his people. He did
not suffer long from illness or in-
firmity. Less than a month ago he
addressed to the high commission-
er of Palestine that powerful and
rigorous letter which will remain
among the striking documents of
both Jewish and British history of
this age. He was a creative
statesman. He could act and speak.
He could build and defend. A city
is his enduring monument. Of
what man of this age or of any,
however wider the repute and more
dazzling the name, could more be
said? He was neither warrior nor
subtle diplomat nor oligarch nor
any of the things to which the pa-
gan world raises monuments. He
needs no monuments. Tel Aviv
endures.
Who was this man? Where did
he learn how to build and govern
And now Florida has a "Society of Loyal Americans," cities? He was a simple Jew-
to us a rather high sounding phrase for an organization ;i posheter Yid. He was a lover
whose pamphlets disclose its un-American principles and and a servant of his people. He
ideas. saw himself and thought of him-
Loval Americans ... a phrase that is so meaningful and j fcI( in no otheru *uise; His lift'
yet one which has been used to clothe everything that is hlstory span 'he t'ntl,e Zlonist
dishonest ... to clothe the murderous purposes of the Black \ vement\ whlch ,s the T* T""
Legion ... the un-Americanism of a I'ellev and an Edmond- bo,,c s,nK'e moven>ent
The "madmen," including Meier
Dizengoff, continued their work.
During the pogrom years 1881 and
1882 Dizengoff was persecuted by
the czarist regime. He remained
active in the movement, and by
1891 we find him in Paris acting as ,
!,:.i it ee- u And we do right to grow impatient.
a kind of liaison officer between:... ...
w <--u. v *n i "e -o r'ght to be angry. Amid
the Choveve Zion of Russia and i .. ... *
,l 0n___.. c thls anger and this impatience
the small group of French Jews, ,
ij v -7-j v w. u l. born of our love and fear and dis-
led by Zadoc Kahn, who had come ,
appointment we may be consoled
on suffering rather than on inflict-
ing evil. "Some trust in chariots
and some trust in horses, but we
will make mention of the name of
Yahve, our God."
Such is the first inference from
the life of Meier Dizengoff. There
is another. We often grow impa-
tient with the Jewish people, its
luck of cohesion and loyalty to it-
self, its intolerable particularism,
its political stupidity, its sloth of
the heart, its inordinate appetite
for self-deception on a low plane.
to similar conclusions. As early
as 1905 Dizengoff, on his second ,
;....... di.4- u Jewish people to produce men who
journey to Palestine, began to ac- '. ,
by the continuous ability of the
He Must Make His Choice
become the instrumentalities of its
development and total creativity.
For many, many centuries we have
been prevented from building any
part of civilization in its outer and
visible sense. Founding and build-
ing and statecraft were forbidden
us. Not only did the world repeat
and believe the fact that we were
in that specific sense an unpro-
ductive and uncreative people. The
majority of Jews came to believe
quire land in the neighborhood of
Jaffa; by the next year he had
marked the spot of the future city.
From now on he lived and worked
in the land. During the war he
very powerfully and often effec-
tively resisted the Turkish gov-
ernor, Djemal Pasha, but was fi-
nally expelled from Palestine, not
to return until Allenby liberated
the land from the Turk.
And now arose under the hands
of Dizengoff that city of Tel Aviv, .
which today has 150,000 inhabit- "
ants, which for peace, adminis-
trative intelligence, cultural creat- j Then came the moment when the
ivity ranks high, far higher than Jewish people, led by dreamers, at
its numbers, among the cities of last determined to build a com-
[that, too. The ancestors of Meier
Dizengoff
: cities. Nor had yours or mine.
mankind. A simple Jew, one of
the old, despised dreamers of the
monwealth once more. And build-
ers and administrators and innu-
son everything that is as far from Americanism as one
can possibly conceive.
history, not only of the Jewish peo-
ple, but of all peoples. His life
was in itself a symbol and an ex-
ample and a source of hope for all
the years to come.
He was bom in Bessarabia in
1861. Before he was twenty he
Let us meet the issue: Mr. John P. Coffin, the gentle-
man who signs himself as the founder of this so-called Loyal
Americans, states the issue in the present national elections
to be: Anti-Catholicism and Prohibition as against Frank-
lin D. Roosevelt. And in another breath, just as we expected j had gone to Odessa and had joined
to find, -ays: "I am enclosing you literature which will speak tflat pre-Zionist movement known
for itself so that you may judge whether the Democratic |as Chibat Zion, Love of Zion,
party is worthy of your support. The present governor of whose members primarily Perots
Chibat Zion group, a "madman," merable workers arose and re-
an outcast, at one time a hunted deemed a desert land and founded
mansuch was the founder and | cities and governed those cities in
mayor of that first Jewish city of such a manner that all the world
modern times which Jews built un- not stricken blind with madness
and superstition gave to the work
of these men the tribute of its as-
tonished admiration. And all these
It is always the dream of the
dreamer that prevails. It is al-
ways the world's proud powers men were simple Jews. Simple
and principalities that fail and go jews like that Meier Dizengoff,
under. If ever in any ago this
process seems to faint too long and
the oppressor to prevail too con-
tinuously over the dreamer, then
we may know by that sure sign and
unerring token that the age is a
whom the Jewish people mourns
today and will remember in the
long years to come.
(Copyright. 1936, by Seven Arts
Feature Syndicate)
this "state (Florida), it is alleged, gave up his intention to Smolensk! and, only a few years ,dark a*e- that "* and progress
run for the senate on the promise of a cabinet position. Pres-
ident Roosevelt today is depending for his next election large-
ly upon the negro and JEWISH VOTE. The Jews in New
York carry the balance of power in the election and to this
class he is appea'ing ry rutting a Jew into his new cabinet
if he is re-elected, as well as the Jew he already has at the
head of the treasury department.
later, Leon Pinskermade all the
claims and emphasised all the prin-
ciples of the world movement of
later years: negation of the assim-
ilatory Galuth, the resettlement of
Palestine through a regenerated
Jewish people, the national use of
the Hebrew language, the ultimate
erection of a Jewish state in Eretz
Israel. As early as 1878 these
bodying these ideals and claims
Voters, make your own decision, whether you wish to
vote for a party which is proselyting Jews and negroes or
whether you will vote for the principles of your forefathers." ',,_ tne choveve' Zion Lovers of
When Rabbi Israel, the noted Reform Jewish rabbi of, ?io"',?r,Tted nMsmor"ndum *
Baltimore, in an open letter last week, addressed to Governor
Landon, the Republican candidate for president of the United
States, demanded that the governor, in addition to his pro-
fession of fair-mindedness, openlv and definitely denounced p,nnc<' *. who refused to
his supporters, such as Coffin and the so-called Society 0f, P'a the memorandum among the
Loyal Americans, and other un-American demagogues, he i a*cndB "' thl' congress on the
was perfectly justified. I Kr0und that il had apparently been
written by madmen. Such was at
There are untold voters in Florida who are Republican, that time the opinion not only of
have for a period failed. But there
is another point. In the pagan
world] or in the world that inclines
always to slip hack into paganism,
the successors of the dreamers
often tend, when the dream has
prevailed, to join the powers and
principalities of the world and to
be at one with the very oppressors
whom they had once assailed with
Deplores Thin Veneer of Jewish
Education
New York (WNS)The "thin
veneer" of the Jewish education
which children in the United States
are receiving "hardly augurs well
for the quality of our Jewish life
of the future," it was declared by
Di. Jacob S. Golub, president of
the weapons and the might ut the ,k v if -i ,
, ,. tlu National Council for Jewish
spirit alone. buch has not yet t.j t- ,.
, Education and executive director
been our fate and we must have I f %-,. t,i > .
'of \oung Judea, in a statement is-
The president of the congress was
because of their training and conviction honestly arrived at.
both Jews and non-Jews these are entitled to know
whether or not the Republican party will either openly or
silently acquiesce in the support and activities of such even
though they advocate Governor Landon's election. There
can be no two ways. Either Governor Landon and the Re-
publican party of Florida approves the actions of Coffin and
his organization and their cohorts and thus suffer defeat and
scorn at the hands of every decent thinking and right living
to the famous Congress of Berlin. Ifaith,t<> ***" 'hat it will not be. sued m connect'ion with Nationai
Ami, the .ntensely infunafng j Jewjsh K(llR.ation Wet.k wha.h ^
events of the past months our peo- r _,,, ,-. ,
, *T be observed from October 10th to
pie and our city in Eretz Israel ,...u .u
,, l'"th. One of the major problems
nave kept their heads. It was long ,e .. ...
, V-v m of Jewish education m this coun-
before Dizengoff even issued his t, r_ r- i u -j j a a .,
. ., ... try, Dr. Golub said, is the fact that
stern letter to Arthur Wauehope. >,, .... ,
..... ,. while children come to Jewish
He ami his city a strong and fiery _u__, n.i. ,. .,
. .. schools, they do not remain. He
city because a city of youth and ,;, ... t u i u. un
pointed out that of all Jewish chil.
hope and springrelied on peace |dren between the ages of ti and 10
and righteousness and endurance, only 25 per cent are found in Jew-
________________________________ ish schools, but of all Jewish chil-
Bismarck, who was no vulgar anti-
Semite, but the entire civilized
world, Jew and Gentile alike.
dren between 10 and 13, between
organ of the Florida Press Association, upon their splendid tio and 86 per cent are enrolled.
and patriotic handling of the issue of anti-Semitism at- This, he said, indicates that "not
tempted to be raised in Florida by an apparently Hitler sub- enrollment is the greatest prob-
sidi/ed sheet. These papers have minced no words in their km of the Jewish schools, but
Airer'can or out the facts in clear and unmistakable terms. wast,- the schools' best efforts."
We have faith in our fellow Floridians .. we know them 'Speakin,r of thc cost of Jewi8h l''"
to be of splendid calibre, law-abiding and law-respecting I ucatlon- and deploring the "too
appreciative of every effort on the part of the citizens, irre- v *na'og3' ol the "1' public
- .___ 1,. I i.. rf-* I .. 1 .1-^.1_______1 un
no nee and refuse the support of contamination thus offered
them.
There cpt be but one way to meet this issue. The Re-
prl icar>8 o" F'orida, headed by Candidate Callaway for gov-
en or, Candidate Swanaon for congress and Candidate Bab-
cock for United States senator, must take definite and im-
mediate action.
The Jewish Floridian will be happy to hear from them-
Congratulations
The Jewish Floridian is happy to congratulate the Trop-
ical Sun of West Palm Beach, the St. Petersburg Independ-
ent and the Florida Newspaper News, the latter the official
spective of race or creed, to make Florida a better place to
live in, and to advance the interests of the real American
citizenry of which Florida is in the main composed of.
And we know the press of this state to be composed of
men and women who have ever been in the forefront of
everything American everything decent for the advance-
ment of their fellow citizens and the communities of the
state.
It is a pleasure to extend the hand of fellowship to com-
patriots and fellow workers.
school,*' Dr. Golub declared: "Be-
cause we demand free schooling
we often get it, but with disastrous
results. Temples and synagogues
are forced to provide free schools,
but in order to do so they are
obliged to cheapen Jewish educa-
tion; they must resort to unlicensed
teachers, to pool and inadequate
supervision and, above all, to a re-
duced time schedule."
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Page Four
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Friday, October '', 1986
BULLETIN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Of Miami
137 N. E. 19th St.
Of tic.' I'h..no 2-7745
RABBI JACOB II. KAPLAN RABBICOLMAN A. ZWITMAN
6998 Albacore Drive 580 N. E. 31st St.
Miami Beach 5-9875 V ami 2-9548
One or both of the Rabbis will be ai the Temple every morn-
ing throughout the year.
school. Rev. J. Robin will be in
charge of the Bar Mitzvah classes.
Six classes will be conducted in
elementary and advanced Hebrew,
Bible, Jewish history and religion.
Transportation will be provided
for children living in the River-
side section,
CONGREGATIONAL
SISTERHOOD
o o
Wednesday evening, October 7th,
at 8:16 o'clock, Shemini Atzereth,
services conducted by Rabbi Zwit-
man and sermon by Rabbi Kaplan
on the "Pa Prea r.. and Future
of the Succoh."
Thursday m irning, Ocl 8th,
at II o'clock, memorial service.
Services conducted by Rabbi Kap-
lan ami -i rn i ii by Rabbi /. il mai
..n 'The Eighth Day."
Fi ida r, Ocl
8:15 o'cloi k, regula
I with D i
Ian and Rabbi Zwitman preaching
itely, ill begin. This F
day evening Dr. Kaplan will prea
on "A New Beginning In an old
World."
National Loyalty Week wa
i at our temple last Friday
evening, with a number of visitors
from the non-Jewish community
present. In addition to this ob-
servance the Temple also celebrat-
ed the Bar Mitzvah of Myron J.
Cowen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ria Cowen. As the first Bar Mitz-
vah of the new year. .Myron set
an enviable precedent with which
future Bar Mitzvahs will have to
vie.
'wing the successful initial
social event conducted by the Si<-
tcrhood anl headed by a commit-
tee under the chairmanship of Mrs.
J. A. Richter, the Sisterhood had
the fil'Sl regular meeting of the
current yeai on Monday afternoon
al 2:30 p. m., th Mrs. Jacob II.
Kaplan presiding.
After receiving greetings from
loth the members of the
- ti i hood pan ook in a most in-
ng discussii n of the first of
-e: of current Jewtish prob-
.: Tobias Sim >n, the pro-
gram chairman, presented a sym-
posium whi'jh was '.aimed by
lalks given by Mrs. Max Dobrin,
Mi r is Plant, Mrs. Isaac
I.win and Mrs. Leo Stein. A so-
lOUr followed.
o
GENERAL
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
o o
The enjoyable harvc. stival
program, which was presented by
the children of the Religious school
last Sunday, was marked by an ex.
ceptionally large attendance. This
fa irther convinced our rabhis
. of augmenting our
ng Hebrew classi
I ag I ee with our
labbis on the desirability of He-
brew classes "ill indicate their wil-
lingness to send their children once
or twice a week by phoning or
ig io the temple this week.
who nave received form
questionnaires and who have not
answered them will kindly do so
at once.
With our rabbis:
Dui ng the following week our
.alibis will participate in the fol-
lowing communal undertakings:
On Tuesday morning, October
13th, Dr. Kaplan will open the
series of Bible lectures to be given
by the rabbis of the community,
the sponsorship of the Coun-
. il of Jewish Women, at Kaplan
Hall.
Tuesday evening. October 13th,
Dr. Kaplan will offer the invoca-
tion at the opening meeting of the
P.-T. A. at the Miami Senior High
school.
Wednesday noon. October 7th,
Rabbi Zwitman will speak to the
Rotary Club of Fort Lauderdale.
Monday afternoon, October 12th,
Rabbi Zwitman will be the guesl
sjcaker at the first Hadassah
I ing of the current season.
Tuesday evening, October 13th,
i,t the Zionist mass meeting to be
i il .ii the Beth David Talmud
Torah, Rabbi Zwitman will speak
on "What I Saw in rale-tine."
The B'nai B'rith has appointed
a committee consisting of all the
lubbis to help organize a Jewish
student organization, to suggest
work of interest to Jewish students,
Oi tobi r 20th, at 4:30 p. m.. el
i he ui i\ ei sity.
Jacksonville News
The Senior Hadassah chapter
will open the season on Wednes-
day, October I 1th, with a luncheon,
Mrs. N'at Cohen, president, an-
nounced in the ('ailing Hotel at
1 o'clock.
Mi- Ira Stein, chairman of the
luncheon, has planned a delicious
menu and all members and friends
of Hadassah are invited to attend.
Mrs. Stein Is being assisted In her
plan- by Mrs. Sam Kassowitz, Mm.
Henry Kramer and Mrs. Sam Cher-
ry. Reservations may be made
with any member of this commit-
tee. It is expected a large num-
ber of members will assemble at
this meeting of the chapter, after
the summer vacation.
A delightful event of last week
was the card party and kitchen
shower given by Mrs. Nathan New-
man and Miss Hattie Slott in a
private parlor of the Windsor Ho-
tel, in compliment to Miss Ksther
Hammerman, lovely bride-elect.
Tarty contract was enjoyed, tal-
lies having attractive designs, and
at the conclusion of a number of
progressions, the holders of high
score at all tables were presented
with double decks of cards.
Mrs. I.. P. Lippman, president
of the Temple Sisterhood, presided
at the opening luncheon which took
place in the Temple Home Tuesday
afternoon.
.Members were received and wel-
comed by Mrs. ('. E. Hillyer. chair-
man of hospitality.
An interesting prog'am was ar-
ranged by Mrs. Martin Sack and
Mrs. A. ('. Meyerson and her ca-
pable catering committee was in
, harge of the delicious luncheon,
which was enjoyed by all.
At the business session the year's
work was discussed and outlined.
St. Petersburg
Notes
Friends and relatives of Mrs. A.
Sierkese will be glad to know that
she is recovering from her recent
lilies^.
The card party of the Ladies'
Auxiliary anil Aid Society of the
Congregation B'nai Israel, which
took place recently, was well at-
tended and well served by the able
hostesses, Mrs. H. Herman, Mrs.
M. Robbins ami Mrs. S. Goldberg.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Fyvolent and
their two sons returned from a
combined business and pleasure
trip to New York, where they spent
most of the summer.
A very important meeting of
the Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid So-
ciety of Congregation B'nai I--
rael took place October Iflth.
An elaborate birthday party was
given to Marilyn Haliczer by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs, Leon I..
Haliczer, at their home. Almut
fifteen of her little friends with
their mother- were elaborately en-
tertained.
Tin' Jacksonville Jewish Center
opened its religious schools Tor the
new .-eason Sundnx morning. Reg-
istration of "dd and new pupils
wa- held nt that time. Rabbi
Morris l>. Margolis assigned work
for all classes.
I'be teachers' staff of the Sun-
day school includes Miss Reba Wi-
lensky. Miss Julia Mizrahi, Miss
Edith Wolfson, Mi.-s Edith Weiss,
Miss Sophie Spiwak, Miss Rachel
Rothstein, Miss Blanche Kothstein,
Mrs. Henry Rosenvaig, Mi-- Ger-
trude Wilensky.
The daily Hebrew school began
registration Sunday morning and
regular classes began Monday aft-
ernoon. M. Kantorovitz of New
York City, a graduate of the
Teachers College of Columbia Uni-
versity, will assist Rabbi Margo-
lis in the work of the Hebrew
Rabbi Morris Baumel will i on-
rvices at Congregation
B'nai Israel ns follows: W
day, Thursday and Friday eve-
ning o'cl 'k; Thursdaj. Fri-
day ami Sa'urday morn m
On Thursday morning ti"' sermon
will lie tile "Solemn Assembly."
Also memorial services Thursday
will be foi- children with Ha.
cofess, when the Ladies' Auxiliarj
and Aid Society will serve refresh-
ments. Friday evening sermon will
in "Rehabilitation"; Saturday
morning services will begin at ','
o'clock and the sermon will be
"Brashiss."
Mrs. (i. Sinister of Treasure Is-
land took a pleasure trip to New
York.
Strictly
Confidential
Tidbits From Everywhere
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
Political Front
A jokester mailed a letter ad-
dressed to the "Chairman of the
Wall Street-Jews-for-Landon Club"
. We wonder whether the letter
was delivered to Felix M. War-
burg, Roger W. Straus or Harry
Guggenheim Which reminds
us that our boss, Joe Brainin, feels
very much flattered by a statement
published in the column of our
pale imitator to the effect that
Brainin is on the payroll of the
Democratic national committee .
Brainin sighed to us that his status
as a volunteer remains unchanged,
alas And that those who doubt
it may inquire from Jim Farley
. Aside to the editor: That punch
line about Nathan I >. I'erlman's
nomination as the Republican can-
didate for attorney general of New-
York was received by you a week
before the Albany convention, at
a. time when nobody even wh's-
pered Perlman's name as a possi-
bility Quarters sympathetic to
Fascism are quietly attempting to
oppress the- Federal Theatre proj-
ect's dramatization of Sinclair
Lewis' "It Can't Happen Here"
. Political differences are split-
ling some of our leading Jewish
families Edward Filene of
Boston is a militant New Dealer,
hut his daughter, wife of Jouett
Shouse, executive director of the
American Liberty League, has
adopted her husband's political
principles Robert Lehman, a
cousin of Governor Lehman, is an
important Landon worker Mrs.
George Backer is a biggie among
the Democratic women, while her
uncle, Felix M. Warburg, is plump.
ng for the G. O. V.
iy (Schlussel) Keys of Detroit
tells us that the Jewish population
of the United States .increased by
several thousands during Rosh llii-
shanah and Yom Kippur This
is how: Many non-Jews in the
CCC camps, says Keys, posed as
Jews when the learned that the
Jewish hoys were getting holiday
furloughs Hitler U-came an
anti-Semite because a Jewish gal
turned him down, says Bernard
Newman in his book, "German
Spy" "Good morning, Biro-
bidjan," is the greeting you get
when you telephone the American
Committee for the Settlement of
Jews in Birobidjan Lord Mar-
ley, who is now visiting here, tells
the story of a young gjrl who met
him on the street and asked him
the best way to get to Birobidjan
. "Take .:.. B. M. T. subway."
said Lord Marley, adding, as an
afterthought: "And go to the Ort
office, where they'll he able to
help you."
Mr. Leon L. Haliczer left for a
business trip to New York.
Jewish News
Although Palestine leaders are
calling frantically for an emer-
gency fund to build defensive
block houses in the colonies, link
the Yishub with better roads anil
pay the Jewish share for added
police protection, there are Jewish
leaders in the1 United States who
are violently opposed to any such
additional campaign The
American Committee' for the Set-
tlement of Jews in Birobidjan will
before long be minus the services
of Ab" Shohan, ii- executive di-
rector, who did a swell job .
That North Bergen (N. J.I Tal-
mud Torah which made the head-
line- when its Christian neighbors
complained it was too noisy has
doubled its membership as a re-
sult of the attendant publicity .
There'll be no theatrical openings
on Broadwa\ on October 28th .
The produce i have agreed not to
raise the curtain on new shows
that day in order to avoid a con-
flict with the "Night of Stars" .
No-ih lliyman. one of the1 chief en-
gineers of tile Fishet' Body C If-
poration, claims to have had the
. 111:11! > id on the
iack porch of his Detroit home' .
It measured by 5 feet Jay
Levy, a deaf mute, is the roller
kating champion of the' Middle
West.
Religious Notes
Dr. C. C. Burns, maternal gran I-
father of Dr. Frank Gavin of the
General Theological Seminary, one
if the few non-Jews to have at-
tended the Hebrew Union College,
was among the first contributors
to the' college When Isaac M.
Wise visited Greensburg, Ind., Dr.
Burns shocked the community by
publicly entertaining the Jewish
leader Former Constable Har-
Profile
Mrs. Dorothy Waring, who is
suing the editors of the Deutsche
Weckruf and Beobachter, Ameri-
ca's Nazi sheet, for calumniating
her daughter's scholastic record, is
none cither than the former Dor-
othy Kahn, her Nordic features
notwithstanding Dorothy's
brother, Dr. Morton C. Kahn, is
the- famous bacteriologist of Cor-
nell Medical School Her great-
unele was a business partner of
Governor Lehman's father Al-
though she is a well known news-
paper correspondent, don't confuse
her with the Palcor correspond-
ent, Dorothy Kahn One of
Mrs. Waring's biggest scoops was
her interview with the Archduke
Otto of Hapsburg, which appeared
in Current History Otto told
her of his opposition to the Nazi
party You may also remember
that four years ago -he' published,
under the pseudonym of Nordicus,
a book called "The Iron Fist in
Germany" This was the fir.it
anti-Hitler hook published in this
country No wonder the Nazi
government officially lists her as
"iinfri undlich."
Tel Aviv Broadcasting
Thanks to Sigmund Bravcrman
of Cleveland for the following
stories of disturbed Palestine,
where Sig and his wife. I.ibbic,
spent their vacation this year .
In Jerusalem they say that now,
thanks to Arab snipers, it's liter-
ally true, as the Talmud declared
long ago, that he who walks four
step- in the Holy City will go
straight to heaven Kven the
kids know what it's all about in
Palestine these days Take the
little boy who was standing on .i
street corner in Tel Aviv as a
Magen David ambulance shot by.
bound for the Hadassah Hospital
. An agitated woman ran up te.
the boy and askeel: "What's the
matter?" Whereupon he re-
plied: "No known casualties" .
The Scotch Highlanders, they say.
were breiught to Palestine to lessen
the waste of ammunition by Brit
ish troops there, who reputedly
shoot at Arabs only for the e xei
cise, and never to kill ... In this
connection it is said that the num-
ber of Arab casualties can be ac-
counted ten only by pre simiing that
for every Arab shot by troops two
die laughing at the' British tactics
. That the Arab general strike
is by no means 10(1 percent general
is a well known fact And what
is going on in those Arab shops
which surreptitiously continue to
do business is described as "Busi-
ness as usual during altercations."
(Copyright, 1930, by Seven Arts
Feature Syndicate)
V >


Friday, October 9, 1936
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Society
An important social event is the
benefit bridge sponsored by Beth
David Sisterhood for Sunday eve-
ning, October 18th, at 8 o'clock at
Beth David Talmud Torah Hall.
Prizes will be awarded for high
-cores, and delicious refreshments
will be served. The purpose of
the bridge is to raise funds to
provide prayer books for the late
Friday evening services of Beth
David Congregation. Admission to
this bridge will be the cost of n
prayer book, within which the do-
nor's name will be inscribed. The
public is urged to attend.
* *
Mrs. Milton Weiner and daugh-
ter, Barbara, returned to the city
after having spent several months
visiting relatives and friends in
New York, Connecticut and New
Hampshire.

Rev. and Mrs. Nathan Wroobel
returned to the city Tuesday aft-
ernoon after having spent the sum-
mer1 ;in Montlidelo, N. Y. Rev.
Wroobe officiated at High Holy
Day services in Spring Valley,
N. Y.

The Miami chapter of Senior Ha-
dassah will hold its first member-
ship tea of the season Monday aft-
ernoon, October 12th, at 2:30
o'clock at the Alcazar Roof with
Rabbi Colman Zwitman of Temple
Israel as guest speaker. He will
tell of his recent visit to Palestine.
Mrs. Isidor Weinstein will conduct
the formal installation ceremony
for the recently elected officers. A
musical program will be presented
under the direction of Mrs. Ralph
Neufeld. All members of Hadas-
sah and friends are cordially in-
vited to attend. Members of the
board of directors will be hostesses.
?
Formal opening of the new kosh-
er meat and poultry department
operated by the well known Mai-
ter's of Miami Beach and Monti-'
cello at the White Rose Market,
87 Washington ave., Miami Beach, j
will be held Saturday evening, Oc-
tober 10th. Mr. S. Malter and his
sons have operated kosher butcher
shops in this area for several years
and have established a splendid
Page Frw
MIAMI
NOTES
By AX ROSENFELD
When our regular columnist,
Harry Schwartz, asked me to pinch
hdt for him I readily agreed, say-
ing, "Oh, well! It'll only take me
a few minutes to write a column
for the Y." So far I have been
sitting here for three-quarters of
an hour, and I have yet to write
a line that I think suitable. I have
thrown away a half dozen sheets
of paper that I have scribbled on
and still "no go." The deadline is
approaching fast, soI believe
that i.t we have done nothing else
during the existence of the Y. M.
H. A. we have proven two things:
First, that a "Y" or a community
center is absolutely essential in
this area. Second, that the pres-
ent "Y" is no longer an experi-
ment. It deserves the support of
every Jewish citizen in this area.
We solicit your active support, so
that we may continue to increase
Last Tuesday night the Y. M. H.
A. volley ball team, which is en-
reputation for kashrus and service
during that time.
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the scope of our services,
tered in the Miami Beach league,
won two hotly contested games
and at present is in undisputed pos-
session of first place.
A call has been sent out for
those wishing to try for the "Y"'
basketball squad. Practice is be-
ing held every Sunday afternoon
at 2 o'clock at Flamingo Park,
Miami Beach.
Tampa Notes
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wohl re-
turned after spending the summer
in New York City.
etta Waterman, Ruth Finman,
Doris Magid, Bee Feiner, Esther
Jenkins, Mary Rosen, Shirley
Scadron, Charlotte Cracowaner,
Ethel Goldstein, Beckie Buchman
and Sylvia Stoun.
Next Monday night our Junior
Division will hold an election of
officers for the coming term. This
grttup is composed of boys and
girls from the ages of sixteen to
twenty-one.
On Tuesday evening the Young
Women's Hebrew Association will
nominate officers for the coming
year. All members are urgently
requested to attend.
Mrs. Samuel Gardner and chil-
dren, Henry and Dottie, returned
after spending the last six weeks
in New York, Philadelphia, Cleve-
land and other parts of Ohio.
Mrs. Jacob Wittner left for
Jacksonville, Fla., where she will
attend the P.-T. A. convention
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
of this week.
The Junior Hadassuh of Tampa
is sponsoring a card party at the
Y. M. H. A. October 15th. Reser-
vations may be made with Mrs.
Manuel Buchman and Mrs. Jean
Finman.
Well, I've finally reached the
end of this column, and I feel that
all of you will be happy to know
.hat Harry will be back on the job
next week after a well earned va-
cation at the swanky resort city
of Pompano.
The Tampa chapter, National
Council of Jewish Juniors, opened
their year's work recently with a
board meeting at the Y. M. H. A.
Miss Ruth Salisbury, president,
presided and plans for the year
were disclosed.
Members of the board are: Miss
Kuth Salsbury, Clarice Steinberg,
Kae Birnbach, Rose Katz, Henri-
TAMPA Y. M. H. A. NOTES
The baby contest, all-boy bur-
lesque show and dance sponsored
by the Junior basketball team, to
be held on Sunday, October 11th,
at 7 p. m., promises to be a very
popular social affair. Quite a num-
ber of babies are being registered.
The Juniors claim that this will
prove to be an event long to be
remembered for its many attrac-
tive features.
Registration is now going on for
classes in Hebrew, Jewish history,
(Continued on Page 6)
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THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN
Friday, October 9, 1936
Daytona Beach
Notes
"One Rainy Afternoon," the first
offering of Pickford-Laeky Produc-
tions, the new producing company
Headed by Mary Pickford and Jesse
Lasky, comes to the Tivoli The-
atre for four days, beginning Sun-
day.
Prancia Lederer sings for th-
first time on the screen as the star
of this sophisticated Parisian ro-
mantic comedy, and Ida Lupine,
Hugh Herbert, Roland Young, Erik
Rhodes and Joseph Cawthorn are
seen in important featured roles.
The story, which Stephen More-
house Avery adapted from the
French comedy, "Monsieur Martin,"
There will he a supper and so- j
cial Sunday night in the vestry
rooms of Temple Israel, from six |
'o eight o'clock, sponsored by the
Sisterhood of the Temple. Every-;
one is invited. The affair is be- j
injr given in celebration of Simchas
Torah. Mrs. Louis E. Goldman is j
general chairman, assisted by Mrs. !
Harry Pepper, Mrs. J, Rutberg,
Mrs. Simon Reed, Mrs. Bertha Ber- '
man, Mrs. Celia Shemer, Mrs. J. j
Goldstein, Mrs. S. Wasserman,
Mrs. J. Ginsberg and Mrs. J. Nass.
The board of the Sisterhood met
Monday night at the home of Mrs.
Goldman,
TAMPA NOTES.
(Continued from Page 5)
ceremonies of Judaism and their
significance, French, Spanish, dra-
matic art and public speaking,
chess and classical and ballroom
dancing.
A ping pong tournament, just
complete, has resulted in first
prize having been awarded to the
winner, Sidney Dubin. A tourna-
ment for Juniors will start Sunday
afternoon, October 11, at 2 o'clock.
Among many local prominent
T.-T. A. women spending several
days in Ja ksonville this week at-
tending a state Parent-Teacher As-
, n convention was Mrs.
K. Goldman, who is connect-
ed with the North Seabreeze
i school.
Ephraim Solkoff of Ocala is a
frequent visitor in Daytona Beach.
SUtrmrnt of the Ownership. Management,
Circulation, etc.. Required by the ArW
of ('Minn of AukiihI 21. 1912. and
March J. 19.13. of the Jewiah Flondian.
published weekly at Miami. Florida, for
October I, 1933.
sii.i, ol Florida, County of Dado, w.
Before me, a ntnry public in and for
the state and county aforesaid, jHTHonally
appeared .1. Louis Shoehet, who, havinit
been duly sworn aecordlns to law. depose*
and says that he is the publisher of the
Jewish Floridian and that the following is,
to the best of his knowledge and belief, a
true statement "f the ownership, manage-
ment (and if a daily paper, the circula-
tion!, etc., of the forcaaid publication for
the date shown in the above enption. re-
mind by the act of August (4, 1"12. as
intended by the act of March .'I. IBM, em-
bodied in section 537. Postal Laws and
Regulation*, printed on the reverse of this
form, to-wit:
I. That the names anil addresses of the
Inibliaher, editor, managing editor, and bus-
iness muni gers are:
Publisher J. Loula Bhochet, P. O, box
,!:i?:t, Miami. Fla.
Editor J. Louis Shocliot, P. O. box 2073.
Miami. Fla.
Managing Editor J. Louis Shoehet. I.
,'). box 2971, Miami. Fla.
Burineaa Manager J. Louis Shoehet. P.
O. box 2973, Miami. Fla.
2. That the owner i: (If owned by a
corporation, ita name and addrew must
be atated and Imo Immediately thereunder
the namea and addrcaaea of atockholders
owning or holding one per cent or more
of total amount of atock. If not own.sl
by a corporation, the namea and addresses
of the Individual owner* must be given.
If owned by a firm, company, or other un-
incorporated concern, its name und ait-
dress, aa well aa thoae of each individual
member, must be given.)
J. Louis Shoehet. P. O. box 2B.3. Miami |
Fla.
3' That the known bondholders, mort-
gagees, and other security holder! owning
or holding 1 per cent or more of total
amount of bonds, mortgages, or other se-
curities are: Iff there arc none, so state.J
None. ,
I. That the two paragraphs next above,
giving the names of the owners. I tick-
holders, and security holders, if any. eon-
i in not only the iist of stockholder! nn 1
security holders a* they appear upon the
books of the company but also, in cases
where the stockholder or security holder
appear! upon the books of the company as
trustee or in any other fiduciary relation,
the name of the person or corporation for
whom such trustee is acting, is given ; also
that the said two paragraphs contain state-
ments embracing affiant's full knowledge
and belle! as to the circumstances anu CO -
ditioni under which stockholders and se-
curity holders who do not appear upon the
hooks of the company as trustees, hold
took and securities in a Capacity 0 her
thin that of a bona fide owner: and Ibis
affiant has" no reason to believe that any
other ptrson, association, or corporaUon
has any interest direct or indirect in the
said slock, bonds, or other securities than
as so stated by him.
6. ThaS the average number of copies
of each issue of this publication sold or
distributed, through the mills or other-
wise! to paid subscribers during the twelve
months preceding the date shown above is
(This information is required from daily
publication* only.)
J. LOUIS SHOCHET.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this
6th dav of October, 1936.
I Seal i H. RIFAS.
Notary Public. State of F'lorida at Large.
My commission expires June 14. 1939.
ONLY RECOGNIZED RABBIS
in the Greater Miami area are
members of the Jewish Minis-
terial Board. They are Rabbi
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan of Temple
Israel, Rabbi David I. Rosen-
b'oom of Beth Jacob, Rabbi Max
Shapiro of Beth David and Rabbi
Colman Zwitman of Temple Is-
rael.
Mis Elizabeth Grus, who spent
iiimmer visiting in Connecti-
cut and other northern points, rc-
i ed home this week. A. Grus
and his family have moved from
the mainland side to North At-
1 antic ave.
depicts the series <>f hilarii us de-
velopments that ensue when Phil-
ippe Martin, a struggling young
Paris actor (Lederer), kisses the
wrong girl (Ida Lupino) in a dark-
ened movie theatre "One Rainy
Afternoon."
Out of this little misdemeanor
grows a scandal of major propor-
tions and Philippe is brought to
trial. But he emerges victorious
on all counts, for not only does a
case of love at second sight de-
velop between him and his lovely
"victim," but as a result of the
publicity he becomes the most ro-
mantic figure in Paris.
To film "Robin Mood of El Do-
rado," the spectacular outdoor fea-
ture which comes to the Seventh
Avenue Theatre, starting Monday.
with Warner Baxter as the Btar, a
company of more than 200 Holly-
players lived for three
in the lonely "mother lode"
country of the California moun-
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were found in the days of "!!>. The
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dash ng good-bad man or the fron-
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turned by motor this week from a
summer in Maine to join their fam-
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Pajte Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAIS Friday, October 9, 1936 The first meeting of Emunah chapter 175, Order of the Eastern Star, will be marked by the celebration of the ninth birthday anniversary at 8 p. m. Thursday, October V-h, at ihe Scottish Rite temple. An interesting program has been prepared and there will be favors and refreshments. Miss Ida Engler will give a reading; Marx Fineberg will g've a baritone solo and Mrs. M. Auslander will offer piano selections. • • Stanley Tannenbaum, son of Dr. and Mrs. Charles Tannenbaum, long time residents of this city, will become Bar Mitzva Saturday morning, October 10th, at services in the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, 1545 S. W. Third oroo< e| SOCIETY Cc=D0CZD0CZ>0CZ30CrO0CZ30CZ50 The closing days of Succos will home of Mrs. Hyman N. Levy last be ushered in at the Miami Jewish Monday evening. The formation Orthodox Congregation Wednesday of a choral group under the direcevening at 6:15. Thursday morn-| lion of Mrs. Levy to present muShemini ing the usual services will be held and Yizkor will be recited at 10:30 a. m. Thursday night the traditional Simcjhas Torah services Vvill be Atzeres | sical numbers during the season was announced. Gym classes, which have been conducted at nominal charges for the past several years, also began Monday morning. held with the Hakof os and the j These classes are open to the pubchildren in the processional. The board of directors of the congregation and the Ladies' Auxiliary will serve refreshments following the services. Friday morning the Stanley will recite the bless-1 services will begin at 9 o'clock, ings read a portion of the Torah I with the usual Simchas Torah eel-1 be held October 19th at the Mark from the Scroll and chant the Haf-1 ebratiion. BefJ-eshments will be Store. A joint installation of offilic and are held every morning from 9 to 10 o'clock in the tennis court of Mrs. Sam Halpert, 1761 S. W. Fifteenth st. The public is invited to attend. The next meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary will j officers. Assisting oQCZp gler, Miss Natalie Pallott, Mrs. Leona August, Miss Edith Schweitzer, Miss Mohr, '.Miss Charlotte Kohn, Miss Janice Magid, Miss Blank, Miss Myrtle Zeientz, Miss Tannen, Miss Salter and Miss Stoller. During the afternoon Mrs. Rosemary Gerson Klemptner, soprano, will song "Rachem" (Mana-Zucca) and will be accompanied by Mrs. Lorn Laskin. The formal opening inaugurates the year's activities of Junior Hadassah arti itjs Recently etery Association and an officer and active worker of Bth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach. The Fixzit System js unique in its field, that of serving the general public in the plumbing and electrical contracting business, and definite charges set in advance for repair work. Large showrooms are maintained at 1114 N. E. Second ave., Miami, with Mr. Mintzer on hand to meet his many friends. Mrs. Joseph V.'illiamson, president, and Mrs. Anna Mankes, secretary of the Miami chapter of Senior Hadassah, will leave shortly for Philadelphia to represent the local chapter at the annual Miss Segall in arrangements are Miss Jacobs, Miss | convention of Hadassah, to be held there on October 22nd. toro. Following this he will speak \ served following these services, j C ert of the Jewish Welfare Gureau Ade i ine Sokoloff, Miss Kohn, Miss briefly on the significance of the The public is invited to attend. land the Ladies' Auxiliary will be R ost0 n, Miss Ethel Wax, Miss Tan. briefly on the signifies event. Services will begin at 9 a. m. A reception for the worshipers and friends with the parents | ish Orthodox Congregation will beof the Bar Mitzva as hosts will gin next Sunday morning at 10 follow the services. All friends | o'clock in the synagogue building, are invited to attend. No cards held on November 11th, full deSunday school of the Miami Jewtails of which will appear in an early issue. Classes will be assigned and the The public is cordially invited to be present at the formal openwill be issued. Mr. Louis Gordon was named honorary chairman of the membership committee of the local B'nai B'rith lodge, which has set'that time. a minimum of 250 new members as its goal by January 1st. Mr. E. Albert Pallot is chairman and is being assisted by Milton Friedman, Harry Schwartz and R. R. Adler. The officers of the lodge are aiding the drive and all members are urged to obtain application blanks from any member of the committee. work for the semester begun. Taling of the year of the Miami unit, mud Torah sessions will begin Junior Hadassah, Sunday afterMonday afternoon, October 12th, noon at three o'clock, at the Royal at 3:80. All desiring to attend are Palm Club. urged to bring their children at j Miss Adele Segall, chairman and director, is mistress of ceremonies for the afternoon. Mrs. Mur. ry Grossman, president, will exnen Miss Gutel and Miss Sylvia Rayvis. • Of much interest is the announcement of the election of Mr. I. L. Mintzer, prominent local I communal worker and business man as treasurer of the Fixzit ; System. Mr. Mintzer is president of the Greater Miami Jewish CemPEBSONALS Men! Women! Why Stay Single? Try our plan! j 0 i n America's original and finest Jewish correspondence club. Find life mate, happiness. Nationwide, dignified, confidential service. Write to: Home Correspondence Club, Box 47, Maywood, Illinois. • The final days of Succos began Wednesday night at 6:15 o'clock. tend greetings. A tableau, the Thursday morning Shemini Atzeres script of which was written by Mrs. '.,. n.LUi T^_-_J_ t __i_i J -I: *: — services will be held with Rabbi Max Shapiro preaching immediately prior to the Yizkor or memorial services. His subject will be "Not a Memorial Prayer Will Be Recited." Thursday night at Frieda Lutsky, delineating a number of outstanding feminie characters of the past with their costumes serving as a background for the wardrobe of the modern miss, will work up gradually to the prcsThe closing days of Succos will begin at Beth Jacob Congregation Wednesday night, October 7th, at 6:15. Thursday morning services begin at 8:30 a. m., with Cantor Maurice Mamches chanting all the services. Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom will preach immediately preceding Yizkor on "The Parting of the Ways." Thursday night Sinchas Torah will be celebrated with the Hakofos and the children will march in the usual procession with flat's marking the event. Refreshments will be served in the traditional manner. Friday moiming the usual Simchas Torah services will be observed. Saturday morning Rabbi Rosenbloom will preach in Yiddish on the portion of the week. 7:30 o'clock the Simchas Torah eelent time, and will be climaxed by ebration will begin, preceded by j a fashion revue, in which beach brief address by Rabbi Shapiro wear, active sports, spectator "Do We Accept the Law of sports, convention clothing and Talmud Torah of Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach, begins %  I on Moses?" The usual Hakofos and formats will be modeled. Miss 1 procession by the adults and chilIrene Farr will be accompanist for I dren will be held, with refreshthe models. ments being served by the Sister-' Characterizations in the tableau hood. Friday morning the usual will be taken by Miss Vivienne JaSimchas Torah service will be | cobs, Miss Doris Friedman, Miss had. Cantor Louis Hayman will Judith Greenblatt, Miss Belle Tanchant all the services. nen, Miss Sylvia Gutel, Miss Ruth • • | Davis, Miss Toby Mohr, Miss AuRegular Sunday school sessions drey Cutler, Miss Anita Silverman, at Beth David will begin next SunMiss Ida Safer, Miss Ida Engler, day morning at 10 o'clock in Beth Miss Charlotte Davis, Miss Sylvia David Talmud Torah Hall. Mrs. Roston and the Beth David choir, Meyer Schwartz is superintendent, under the direction of Cantor ; with the following composing the i Louis Hayman. faculty: Kindergarten, Ida Engler; I The fashion show will be heralded by Barbara and Thelma Bevger, twins, and modeling are Miss Janet Nelson, Miss Phyllis Salter, Miss Betty Markowitz, Miss Winifred Coles, Miss Ruby Zeesman, Miss Jean Stoller, Miss Edna AdA*QUI SE HA?tA 6SPANOIiiin mm %  %  i-iii. .*,*,** iMiltii < %  AfcM— La B eau grade 1, Eadie Feinberg; grade 2, PeritI Scheinberg; grade 3, Rose Dubler; grade 4, Adele Segal; grade 5, Jerome Weinkle; pre-confirmation, Milton Friedman; confirmation, Mrs. Harry Oliphant; Monday. October Pith, at 3:30 p. p08 t oc W FLA0U(U&'K 1 HAGURt&'h AvPhon#7 JSW Sun.-.Mon.-Tues.-Wed. Oct. 11-12-13-14 Francis Lederer—Ida I.upino Hugh Herbert ONE RAINY AFTERNOON ~7+>AV£NUe r<\~H 7 ,h Av iJ^'STFhorWtSSI Sun.-Mon.. Oct. 11-12 Warner Baxter Ann Loring ROBIN HOOD OF ELDORADO Hebrew classes at Beth David Synagogue begin Monday. October 12th, at :!:.'' p. m. All desir ng their children to attend are asked to enroll them immediately. Rabbi Max Shapiro will direct the studies. • An important meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau was held at the NORTHWEST FURNITURE CO. A. KRONENFELD, Prop. We carry the largest and most complete stock of new and used furniture in Miami u o i. j 73-79 N. W. 36th St. We purchase all Moore Furniture Co. used furniture. Phone 2-8356 9 We Buy, Sell, Exchange and I Rent Furniture for the Season 0 ATTEND OUR FORMAL OPENING SATURDAY EVENING OCTOBEB 10th MALTER'S Kosher Meats and Poultry Department of the WHITE ROSE MARKET 87 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-9277 o a Styl-EEZ Shoe All black suede with black patent leather trim or all brown suede with brown patent leather trim. 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Page Four THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Friday, October %  ', 1986 BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL Of Miami 137 N. E. 19th St. Of tic.' I'h..no 2-7745 RABBI JACOB II. KAPLAN RABBICOLMAN A. ZWITMAN 6998 Albacore Drive 580 N. E. 31st St. Miami Beach 5-9875 V ami 2-9548 One or both of the Rabbis will be ai the Temple every morning throughout the year. school. Rev. J. Robin will be in charge of the Bar Mitzvah classes. Six classes will be conducted in elementary and advanced Hebrew, Bible, Jewish history and religion. Transportation will be provided for children living in the Riverside section, CONGREGATIONAL SISTERHOOD o o Wednesday evening, October 7th, at 8:16 o'clock, Shemini Atzereth, services conducted by Rabbi Zwitman and sermon by Rabbi Kaplan on the "Pa Prea r.. and Future of the Succoh." Thursday m irning, Ocl %  %  8th, at II o'clock, memorial service. Services conducted by Rabbi Kaplan ami -i rn i ii by Rabbi /. il mai ..n %  'The Eighth Day." Fi ida r, Ocl 8:15 o'cloi k, regula • I with D i %  Ian and Rabbi Zwitman preaching itely, ill begin. This F day evening Dr. Kaplan will prea on "A New Beginning In an old World." National Loyalty Week wa i at our temple last Friday evening, with a number of visitors from the non-Jewish community present. In addition to this observance the Temple also celebrated the Bar Mitzvah of Myron J. Cowen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morria Cowen. As the first Bar Mitzvah of the new year. .Myron set an enviable precedent with which future Bar Mitzvahs will have to vie. 'wing the successful initial social event conducted by the Sin, the program chairman, presented a symposium whi'jh was '.aimed by lalks given by Mrs. Max Dobrin, Mi r is Plant, Mrs. Isaac I.win and Mrs. Leo Stein. A solOUr followed. o GENERAL RELIGIOUS SCHOOL o o The enjoyable harvc. stival program, which was presented by the children of the Religious school last Sunday, was marked by an ex. ceptionally large attendance. This fa irther convinced our rabhis of augmenting our ng Hebrew classi I ag I ee with our labbis on the desirability of Hebrew classes "ill indicate their willingness to send their children once or twice a week by phoning or ig io the temple this week. who nave received form questionnaires and who have not answered them will kindly do so at once. With our rabbis: Dui ng the following week our .alibis will participate in the following communal undertakings: On Tuesday morning, October 13th, Dr. Kaplan will open the series of Bible lectures to be given by the rabbis of the community, the sponsorship of the Coun. il of Jewish Women, at Kaplan Hall. Tuesday evening. October 13th, Dr. Kaplan will offer the invocation at the opening meeting of the P.-T. A. at the Miami Senior High school. Wednesday noon. October 7th, Rabbi Zwitman will speak to the Rotary Club of Fort Lauderdale. Monday afternoon, October 12th, Rabbi Zwitman will be the guesl sjcaker at the first Hadassah %  I ing of the current season. Tuesday evening, October 13th, i,t the Zionist mass meeting to be i il .ii the Beth David Talmud Torah, Rabbi Zwitman will speak on "What I Saw in rale-tine." The B'nai B'rith has appointed a committee consisting of all the lubbis to help organize a Jewish student organization, to suggest work of interest to Jewish students, Oi tobi r 20th, at 4:30 p. m.. el i he ui i\ ei sity. Jacksonville News The Senior Hadassah chapter will open the season on Wednesday, October I 1th, with a luncheon, Mrs. N'at Cohen, president, announced in the ('ailing Hotel at 1 o'clock. MiIra Stein, chairman of the luncheon, has planned a delicious menu and all members and friends of Hadassah are invited to attend. Mrs. Stein Is being assisted In her planby Mrs. Sam Kassowitz, Mm. Henry Kramer and Mrs. Sam Cherry. Reservations may be made with any member of this committee. It is expected a large number of members will assemble at this meeting of the chapter, after the summer vacation. A delightful event of last week was the card party and kitchen shower given by Mrs. Nathan Newman and Miss Hattie Slott in a private parlor of the Windsor Hotel, in compliment to Miss Ksther Hammerman, lovely bride-elect. Tarty contract was enjoyed, tallies having attractive designs, and at the conclusion of a number of progressions, the holders of high score at all tables were presented with double decks of cards. Mrs. I.. P. Lippman, president of the Temple Sisterhood, presided at the opening luncheon which took place in the Temple Home Tuesday afternoon. .Members were received and welcomed by Mrs. ('. E. Hillyer. chairman of hospitality. An interesting prog'am was arranged by Mrs. Martin Sack and Mrs. A. ('. Meyerson and her capable catering committee was in harge of the delicious luncheon, which was enjoyed by all. At the business session the year's work was discussed and outlined. St. Petersburg Notes Friends and relatives of Mrs. A. Sierkese will be glad to know that she is recovering from her recent lilies^. The card party of the Ladies' Auxiliary anil Aid Society of the Congregation B'nai Israel, which took place recently, was well attended and well served by the able hostesses, Mrs. H. Herman, Mrs. M. Robbins ami Mrs. S. Goldberg. Mr. and Mrs. S. Fyvolent and their two sons returned from a combined business and pleasure trip to New York, where they spent most of the summer. A very important meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid Society of Congregation B'nai I-rael took place October Iflth. An elaborate birthday party was given to Marilyn Haliczer by her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Leon I.. Haliczer, at their home. Almut fifteen of her little friends with their motherwere elaborately entertained. Tin' Jacksonville Jewish Center opened its religious schools Tor the new .-eason Sundnx morning. Registration of "dd and new pupils waheld nt that time. Rabbi Morris l>. Margolis assigned work for all classes. I'be teachers' staff of the Sunday school includes Miss Reba Wilensky. Miss Julia Mizrahi, Miss Edith Wolfson, Mi.-s Edith Weiss, Miss Sophie Spiwak, Miss Rachel Rothstein, Miss Blanche Kothstein, Mrs. Henry Rosenvaig, Mi-Gertrude Wilensky. The daily Hebrew school began registration Sunday morning and regular classes began Monday afternoon. M. Kantorovitz of New York City, a graduate of the Teachers College of Columbia University, will assist Rabbi Margolis in the work of the Hebrew Rabbi Morris Baumel will i onrvices at Congregation B'nai Israel ns follows: W day, Thursday and Friday evening • o'cl 'k; Thursdaj. Friday ami Sa'urday morn m On Thursday morning ti"' sermon will lie tile "Solemn Assembly." Also memorial services Thursday will be foichildren with Ha. cofess, when the Ladies' Auxiliarj and Aid Society will serve refreshments. Friday evening sermon will in "Rehabilitation"; Saturday morning services will begin at ',' o'clock and the sermon will be "Brashiss." Mrs. (i. Sinister of Treasure Island took a pleasure trip to New York. Strictly Confidential Tidbits From Everywhere By PHINEAS J. BIRON Political Front A jokester mailed a letter addressed to the "Chairman of the Wall Street-Jews-for-Landon Club" We wonder whether the letter was delivered to Felix M. Warburg, Roger W. Straus or Harry Guggenheim • Which reminds us that our boss, Joe Brainin, feels very much flattered by a statement published in the column of our pale imitator to the effect that Brainin is on the payroll of the Democratic national committee Brainin sighed to us that his status as a volunteer remains unchanged, alas And that those who doubt it may inquire from Jim Farley Aside to the editor: That punch line about Nathan I >. I'erlman's nomination as the Republican candidate for attorney general of NewYork was received by you a week before the Albany convention, at a. time when nobody even wh'spered Perlman's name as a possibility Quarters sympathetic to Fascism are quietly attempting to oppress theFederal Theatre project's dramatization of Sinclair Lewis' "It Can't Happen Here" Political differences are splitling some of our leading Jewish families Edward Filene of Boston is a militant New Dealer, hut his daughter, wife of Jouett Shouse, executive director of the American Liberty League, has adopted her husband's political principles Robert Lehman, a cousin of Governor Lehman, is an important Landon worker • Mrs. George Backer is a biggie among the Democratic women, while her uncle, Felix M. Warburg, is plump. ng for the G. O. V. iy (Schlussel) Keys of Detroit tells us that the Jewish population of the United States .increased by several thousands during Rosh lliishanah and Yom Kippur This is how: Many non-Jews in the CCC camps, says Keys, posed as Jews when the learned that the Jewish hoys were getting holiday furloughs Hitler U-came an anti-Semite because a Jewish gal turned him down, says Bernard Newman in his book, "German Spy" "Good morning, Birobidjan," is the greeting you get when you telephone the American Committee for the Settlement of Jews in Birobidjan Lord Marley, who is now visiting here, tells the story of a young gjrl who met him on the street and asked him the best way to get to Birobidjan "Take •.:.. B. M. T. subway." said Lord Marley, adding, as an afterthought: "And go to the Ort office, where they'll he able to help you." Mr. Leon L. Haliczer left for a business trip to New York. Jewish News Although Palestine leaders are calling frantically for an emergency fund to build defensive block houses in the colonies, link the Yishub with better roads anil pay the Jewish share for added police protection, there are Jewish leaders in the 1 United States who are violently opposed to any such additional campaign The American Committee' for the Settlement of Jews in Birobidjan will before long be minus the services of Ab" Shohan, iiexecutive director, who did a swell job That North Bergen (N. J.I Talmud Torah which made the headlinewhen its Christian neighbors complained it was too noisy has doubled its membership as a result of the attendant publicity There'll be no theatrical openings on Broadwa\ on October 28th The produce i have agreed not to raise the curtain on new shows that day in order to avoid a conflict with the "Night of Stars" No-ih lliyman. one of the 1 chief engineers of tile Fishet' Body C Ifporation, claims to have had the %  111:11! > id on the iack porch of his Detroit home' It measured %  %  by 5 feet Jay Levy, a deaf mute, is the roller kating champion of the' Middle West. Religious Notes Dr. C. C. Burns, maternal gran Ifather of Dr. Frank Gavin of the General Theological Seminary, one if the few non-Jews to have attended the Hebrew Union College, was among the first contributors to the' college When Isaac M. Wise visited Greensburg, Ind., Dr. Burns shocked the community by publicly entertaining the Jewish leader Former Constable HarProfile Mrs. Dorothy Waring, who is suing the editors of the Deutsche Weckruf and Beobachter, America's Nazi sheet, for calumniating her daughter's scholastic record, is none cither than the former Dorothy Kahn, her Nordic features notwithstanding Dorothy's brother, Dr. Morton C. Kahn, is thefamous bacteriologist of Cornell Medical School Her greatunele was a business partner of Governor Lehman's father Although she is a well known newspaper correspondent, don't confuse her with the Palcor correspondent, Dorothy Kahn One of Mrs. Waring's biggest scoops was her interview with the Archduke Otto of Hapsburg, which appeared in Current History Otto told her of his opposition to the Nazi party You may also remember that four years ago -he' published, under the pseudonym of Nordicus, a book called "The Iron Fist in Germany" This was the fir.it anti-Hitler hook published in this country No wonder the Nazi government officially lists her as "iinfri undlich." Tel Aviv Broadcasting Thanks to Sigmund Bravcrman of Cleveland for the following stories of disturbed Palestine, where Sig and his wife. I.ibbic, spent their vacation this year In Jerusalem they say that now, thanks to Arab snipers, it's literally true, as the Talmud declared long ago, that he who walks four stepin the Holy City will go straight to heaven Kven the kids know what it's all about in Palestine these days Take the little boy who was standing on .i street corner in Tel Aviv as a Magen David ambulance shot by. bound for the Hadassah Hospital An agitated woman ran up te. the boy and askeel: "What's the matter?" Whereupon he replied: "No known casualties" The Scotch Highlanders, they say. were breiught to Palestine to lessen the waste of ammunition by Brit ish troops there, who reputedly shoot at Arabs only for the e xei cise, and never to kill ... In this connection it is said that the number of Arab casualties can be accounted ten only by pre simiing that for every Arab shot by troops two die laughing at the' British tactics That the Arab general strike is by no means 10(1 percent general is a well known fact And what is going on in those Arab shops which surreptitiously continue to do business is described as "Business as usual during altercations." (Copyright, 1930, by Seven Arts Feature Syndicate) V >



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Friday, October 9, 1936 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Society An important social event is the benefit bridge sponsored by Beth David Sisterhood for Sunday evening, October 18th, at 8 o'clock at Beth David Talmud Torah Hall. Prizes will be awarded for high -cores, and delicious refreshments will be served. The purpose of the bridge is to raise funds to provide prayer books for the late Friday evening services of Beth David Congregation. Admission to this bridge will be the cost of n prayer book, within which the donor's name will be inscribed. The public is urged to attend. • Mrs. Milton Weiner and daughter, Barbara, returned to the city after having spent several months visiting relatives and friends in New York, Connecticut and New Hampshire. • • • Rev. and Mrs. Nathan Wroobel returned to the city Tuesday afternoon after having spent the summer 1 ;in Montlidelo, N. Y. Rev. Wroobe officiated at High Holy Day services in Spring Valley, N. Y. • • The Miami chapter of Senior Hadassah will hold its first membership tea of the season Monday afternoon, October 12th, at 2:30 o'clock at the Alcazar Roof with Rabbi Colman Zwitman of Temple Israel as guest speaker. He will tell of his recent visit to Palestine. Mrs. Isidor Weinstein will conduct the formal installation ceremony for the recently elected officers. A musical program will be presented under the direction of Mrs. Ralph Neufeld. All members of Hadassah and friends are cordially invited to attend. Members of the board of directors will be hostesses. &f • Formal opening of the new kosher meat and poultry department operated by the well known Maiter's of Miami Beach and Monti-' cello at the White Rose Market, 87 Washington ave., Miami Beach, j will be held Saturday evening, October 10th. Mr. S. Malter and his sons have operated kosher butcher shops in this area for several years and have established a splendid Page Frw MIAMI NOTES By AX ROSENFELD When our regular columnist, Harry Schwartz, asked me to pinch hdt for him I readily agreed, saying, "Oh, well! It'll only take me a few minutes to write a column for the Y." So far I have been sitting here for three-quarters of an hour, and I have yet to write a line that I think suitable. I have thrown away a half dozen sheets of paper that I have scribbled on and still "no go." The deadline is approaching fast, so—I believe that i.t we have done nothing else during the existence of the Y. M. H. A. we have proven two things: First, that a "Y" or a community center is absolutely essential in this area. Second, that the present "Y" is no longer an experiment. It deserves the support of every Jewish citizen in this area. We solicit your active support, so that we may continue to increase Last Tuesday night the Y. M. H. A. volley ball team, which is enreputation for kashrus and service during that time. P I nnounctng That hereafter we wil be pleased to serve our many H patrons us \ 8 7P Bottling I I Co. of Miami I I the scope of our services, tered in the Miami Beach league, won two hotly contested games and at present is in undisputed possession of first place. A call has been sent out for those wishing to try for the "Y"' basketball squad. Practice is being held every Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at Flamingo Park, Miami Beach. Tampa Notes Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wohl returned after spending the summer in New York City. etta Waterman, Ruth Finman, Doris Magid, Bee Feiner, Esther Jenkins, Mary Rosen, Shirley Scadron, Charlotte Cracowaner, Ethel Goldstein, Beckie Buchman and Sylvia Stoun. Next Monday night our Junior Division will hold an election of officers for the coming term. This grttup is composed of boys and girls from the ages of sixteen to twenty-one. On Tuesday evening the Young Women's Hebrew Association will nominate officers for the coming year. All members are urgently requested to attend. Mrs. Samuel Gardner and children, Henry and Dottie, returned after spending the last six weeks in New York, Philadelphia, Cleveland and other parts of Ohio. Mrs. Jacob Wittner left for Jacksonville, Fla., where she will attend the P.-T. A. convention Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of this week. The Junior Hadassuh of Tampa is sponsoring a card party at the Y. M. H. A. October 15th. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Manuel Buchman and Mrs. Jean Finman. Well, I've finally reached the end of this column, and I feel that all of you will be happy to know .hat Harry will be back on the job next week after a well earned vacation at the swanky resort city of Pompano. The Tampa chapter, National Council of Jewish Juniors, opened their year's work recently with a board meeting at the Y. M. H. A. Miss Ruth Salisbury, president, presided and plans for the year were disclosed. Members of the board are: Miss Kuth Salsbury, Clarice Steinberg, Kae Birnbach, Rose Katz, HenriTAMPA Y. M. H. A. NOTES The baby contest, all-boy burlesque show and dance sponsored by the Junior basketball team, to be held on Sunday, October 11th, at 7 p. m., promises to be a very popular social affair. Quite a number of babies are being registered. The Juniors claim that this will prove to be an event long to be remembered for its many attractive features. Registration is now going on for classes in Hebrew, Jewish history, (Continued on Page 6) PjJjGUST BROS. RJ? if^ is the BEST.' jjJAHERN FUNERAL HOME: %  : FRANCIS AHERN Pres. X 1349 West Flagler' Street Telephone 2-2211 AMBULANCE SERVICE DRINK WAGNER SJ. TOBIN 1655 N. Miami Ave. Phone 2-7273 Formerly DR. R. S. AKERS DENTIST 1746 N. W. 36th St. Closed Saturdays. Ph. 2-2131 I TRY-ME BOTTLING CO. ii M. L. MARCUS CO. Office Supplies and Furniture Desks. 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fUemst) Florida an i% Vol. 9—No. 41 CoMBmiNG TlhtB Ji&WHSfr) HJntty 3&JL QjuxAjJk VOsutSkSbg REBUILDING OF IS WORLD MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1936 Price Five Cent* PALESTINE Local Minister JEWRY'S DUTY 1 To Tal !j_ zionism Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency) The entire Jewish people is called upon to safeguard the gains in the Jewish homeland through the provision of a $1,500,000 defense and security fund in a statement issued by the Jewish Agency for PalI estine on the occasion of the close of the sixth month of violence which marks the Arab revolt I against the Jewish National Home | policy of the British government, j The problem is one that cannot be j borne by the Jews of Palestine | alone, but must be shared by the j Jewish people everywhere, it is de' dared in the statement, which reads as follows: '"For six months the Yishub has been faced with an economic on' slaught and incessant murderous j attacks. The Arab strike committees and the terrorist bands have been attempting to check the I peaceful and }vdemptiive Jewish endeavors in a renascent Homeland through dastardly and cowardly outrages, the murdering of old and young from ambush, the burning of crops and the uprooting of trees. This attempted war of extermination is not solely directed against the lives and toil of the Homeland's 400,000 Jews, but against the hopes of the entire Jewish people and their centuriesold aspiration to return to rebuild j the long neglected Homeland and to be rebuilt therein. "Yet the Yishub has not been dismayed by this assault. The bloodshed and destructive fury, launched by the Arab brigands has recoiled and been unsuccessful against the living steel wall of the Homeland's builders. The brutal vocation implicit in the acts of lawlessness has been withstood and civil war prevented. The Yishub remains steadfast at its post with valiance, responsibility and judgment and with unflinching determination. It maintains an unflagging watch as in one band it holds; its working tools and n the other i the weapon of defense. "The Arab strike, stained with | the innocent blood of Jews, Arabs and British, has not deterred the development of the Jewish economy, nor has it halted the Jewish creative activity. The insecurity the highways has not stayed Jewish transport nor severe I communications between town and village, < pioneers on the | land have not confined their ef-' forts to the protection of existing achievements or the continuance of previous activity. During the very height of the disturbances, when the sword of destruction still was brandished over their heads and the hopes of the Jewish people were threatened by the gravest danger, the Yishub won new permanent footings, promising expansion, and thrust its roots more firmly into the soil. The world's first Jewish city carved a way to the sea and a Jewish port is beginning on the Tel Aviv shore. Jew'sh labor has been consolidated in the Jewish villages and thousands of new .1. wish workers have been absorbed in th Jewish settlements. Jewish agriculture has won new market, and the labor settlements have admitted hundreds of new pioneers. Building's basic industry, quarrying, has absorbed added Jewish labor. The Jewish defense forces have had an unprecedented increase, with the enlistment of thou,-ands of Jewish youths in the supernumerary police, who are now guarding Jewish life and property. Not the least achievement during these months of crime and unleashed passions has been the entry into Palestine of thousands of newcomers of all types and ages who, by settling on the land, have demonstrated the absorptive capacity of a rebuilding Homeland despite terrorism. "For six months the Yishub alone has borne the weight of these struggles, paying for its faith in our redemption undertaking with the fruit of its toil and capital and the lives of its sons and daughters. But the Yishub will not retreat or Taller from any sacrifice, remaining steadfast an* prepared for the trial forced upon it by fate. But this cannot be regarded as a battle to be fought by the Jewish community in Palestine atone. It is not the lives and rights in the land of 400,000 Jews which it is guarding, but the prerogatives of the entire Jewish people, their right to return to the Homeland and renew their national self-determination. The entire Jewish people is .summoned to participate in the defense and upbuilding program upon which our national future depends." The statement closes with the appeal to all Jews to rally immediately "to the utmost capacity for the security and consolidation campaign." Rev. R. Z. Tyler, minister of the I Trinity M. E. Church, South, president of the Dade County Ministerial Association, and one of the outstanding clergymen of this area, will be the principal speaker at a Zionist mass meeting next Tuesday evening, October 13th, at 8 o'clock in Beth David Talmud Torah Hall. Rev. Tyler will have British Ban Prevents Riot Germans Paid For U. S. Team London (WNS)—Deeply stirred I by the narrow avoidance of what would have been England's bloodlest riot had not a huge mass dem| onstration of Sir Oswald Mosley's | Fascist blackshirt legions through | the crowded Jewish districts of | Lonlon's East End been prohibited by the police at the last mo' I ment, British public and official i | opinion are looking to parliament and the cabinet to take .immediate | measures to put an end to Fascist violence and intimidation. Although the parade was called off, several hundred persons were injured, many seriously, and about i 80 arrested when a militant throng I of 100,000 anti-Fascists jammed I every street in the East End, prej pared to block the Fascists' march i REV. R. /. TYLER as his sub,,. "A ( V\ ti n 1. ioks at Zionism." The rabbis of Great. er Miami, including Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Rabbi David I. Rosi bloom, will speak briefly. Rabbi Colman Zwitman, who returned from a visit to Palestine last month, will speak on "What I Saw n Palestine." The cantors of Greater Miami will render musical selections. No collections of anykind will he made. The meeting is for the purpose of acquainting Greater Miami Jewry with conditions in Palestine and general Zionist conditions throughout the world. il Will Not Dismiss Libel Charges M w Yo.l; (WNS)—The last legal technicality standing in the way of the trial of Robert Edward Edmondson, anti-Semitic pamphleteer, on charges of libeling the Jewish religion, Secretary of Labor Perkins and Dean Virginia Gildersleeve of Barnard College was brushed aside by General Sessions Judge Collins when he denied a motion by Edmondson's counsel to dismiss the three indictments. This setback follows another previously aii ministered to Edmondson byJudge William Alln, who denied a motion for an inspection of the minutes of the grand jury which indicted Edmondson. Commission to Study Promises .1 E RUSALEM (WNS-Palcor Agency)—The Royal Commission which has been appointed by the British government to investigate • the current disorders in Palestine will include within its terms of reference a stu ly as to whether Palestine was pledged in the wartime promises made to the Arabs by British agents, it is reported in Al Aqdam, temporary Arab daily which appeared because of the iUBpension of all other Arabicpapers. This paper reports that the terms under which the Royal Commission will inquire into the Palestine situation will be much broader than has been announced, and that a joint appeal is to be made to the Arabs of Palestine by all Arab kings and emirs urging the abandoning of the general I strike and the campaign of violj once. Other Arab sources report that Arab orange growers have j 1 en assured that the general strike %  will end before the opening of the j J orange shipping season, which begins very soon. if the police permitted it. Warned for weeks of impending trouble, the commissioner of police and the home office had ignored the pleas of the mayors of the five Bast End boroughs to ban the demonstration, which was to have • I through Whitechapel, Stepney and Aldgate, all heavily populated Jewish areas. A warning by George Lansbury, labor leader, a petition signed by 100,000 citizens and the pleas of Jewish organizations also went unheed.d. The government, however, canceled all police leaves and surrounded the area with 5,000 bobbies. Violence appeared unavoidable when the assembled Fascists found their route of march blocked by anti-Fascists. Long before the time set for the parade the antiFascistg crowded the line of march, determined not to permit the Fascist demonstration. All the injuries were suffered when the antiFascists resisted police attempts to disperse them. A brick smashed the windshield of Mosley's car and narrowly missed hitting him. The order to call off the demonstration was eon vexed to Sir Oswald by Sir Philip Came, police commissioner, who met the Fascist chieftain at the point where the parade was to have Btarted. New York (WNS)—What was tantamout to an admission that the American team that went to the Berlin Olympic games over the protest of large sections of American public opinion was financed in considerable measure by funds obtained from pro-Nazi and German. American sources was made by A very Brundage, chairman of the American Olympic committee and leader of the fight for American participation in the Berlin games, in a pro-Nazi speech at the German Day celebration in Madison Square Garden here. Cheered by 20,000 gathered under the auspices of the German-American Bund, successor of the Friends of the New Germany, Mr. Brundage said that "thanks to the support of you people of German descent in America, we were able to get our Olympic team abroad. The question then was whether a vociferous minority, highly organized and highly financed, could impose its will on 120,000 people." In an atmosphere heavily larded with Nazism, and with "Heil Hitlers" and swastikas dominating the scene, Brundage received an ovation when he lauded the Nazi regime and urged the United States to take a lesson from rit. "We, too, if we wish to preserve our institutions, must stamp out Communism," he said. "We, too, must take steps to arrest the decline of patriotism. If we are to preserve the America we all love so well we must stamp out these false theories." Brundage also praised Germany's handling of the Olympic games, denying the Nazis had used them for propaganda purposes, and asserted that "Germany has progressed as a nation out of her discouragement of five years ago into a new spirit of confidence in herself." Other speakers were Dr. Hans Luther, German ambassador at Washington, and Karl Stroehlin, mayor of Stuttgart, Germany. Part of the entertainment was a political tableau by uniformed Nazi storm troopers and the singing of the Hoist Wessel song. Arab Kings Ask Violence End Jerusalem (WNS)—The Arab sovereigns of the Near and Middle East have appealed to the Arabs of Palestine to end their general strike and campaign of violence, now in its 25th week, and to rely upon the "good will" of the British government, it is disclosed by the evening edition of Hadashoth Aharonoth, Hebrew daily, which publishes the text of the appeal, which it declares it received from a reliable Arab source. The appeal, issued by the rulers of Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Yemen and Transjordan, and which has been the subject of negotiations for many weeks, expresses sorrow at the violence and continued bloodshed in Palestine. Asking the Arabs of Palestine to put an end to violence to obtain their objective, the Arab rulers jointly pledge to help the Palestine Arabs to attain justice in the future. The appeal asks the Arab revoltcrs to rely upon "Great Britain's good will and upon the British government, which will faithfully execute her obligations to the Arab people." It is generally believed that the proclamation of martial law has been delayed In order that this appeal might be broadcast as the best means for curbing the disorders. Sources close to the Arab higher committee predict that when this unusual document, displaying the united front of the Arab rulers, is issued the Palestine Arabs will call off their general strike.



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Friday, October 9, 1936 TMK JIWB1 VLOBIOIAN Page Three wJewfisti IFBcndllan FLOWDAS ONLY .HtwisM wuEKLr PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY by the JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. P. 0. Bo 2873 News Tower Bldg. Miami, Fla. EDITORIAL OFFICES: 621 S. W. 16th Avenue Phone 2-5304 Phone 2-1183 J. LOUIS SHOCHET, F.ditor FRED K. SHOCHET. Circulate Manager CANTOR BORIS SCHLACIIMAN Field Representative THE WORLD'S WINDOW The Mayor of Tel Aviv By LUDWIG LEWISOHN (This column is copTi-iithted by the Seven ArU Feature Syndicate. Reproduction in whole or in part strictly forbidden. Any infrinKement will be prosecuted.) Entered as second class matter July 4. 193*. at the Post Office at Miami. Florida, under the Act of March 3. 1879. ST. PETERSBURG MRS. ROSE M. RUBIN Representative WEST PALM BEACH MRS. M. SCHREBNICK Representative ORLANDO MRS. B. J. COHEN Representative TAMPA MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative Si* Months One Year .. SUBSCRIPTION 11.00 I2.U0 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9. 19.IK Vol. 9—No. 41 Meier Dizengoff is dead at the age of seventy-five. The founder and builder of one of the world's pre-eminent cities is mourned by that city and by his people. He did not suffer long from illness or infirmity. Less than a month ago he addressed to the high commissioner of Palestine that powerful and rigorous letter which will remain among the striking documents of both Jewish and British history of this age. He was a creative statesman. He could act and speak. He could build and defend. A city is his enduring monument. Of what man of this age or of any, however wider the repute and more dazzling the name, could more be said? He was neither warrior nor subtle diplomat nor oligarch nor any of the things to which the pagan world raises monuments. He needs no monuments. Tel Aviv endures. Who was this man? Where did he learn how to build and govern And now Florida has a "Society of Loyal Americans," cities? He was a simple Jewto us a rather high sounding phrase for an organization ;i posheter Yid. He was a lover whose pamphlets disclose its un-American principles and and a servant of his people. He ideas. saw himself and thought of himLoval Americans ... a phrase that is so meaningful and j f cI ( in no other u uise ; His lift yet one which has been used to clothe everything that is hlstory span he t ntl,e Zlonist dishonest ... to clothe the murderous purposes of the Black \ !" vement \ whlch ,s the T* T"" Legion ... the un-Americanism of a I'ellev and an Edmondbo,,c s,nK e moven > ent The "madmen," including Meier Dizengoff, continued their work. During the pogrom years 1881 and 1882 Dizengoff was persecuted by the czarist regime. He remained active in the movement, and by 1891 we find him in Paris acting as „ !,:„.i „* it • eeu And we do right to grow impatient. a kind of liaison officer between:... ... • %  • w„ <--u. — v *n i e -o r'ght to be angry. Amid the Choveve Zion of Russia and i .. ... ,L„ 0 „„n .. c thls anger and this impatience the small group of French Jews, IJ v -7-J v w. u L. born of our love and fear and disled by Zadoc Kahn, who had come appointment we may be consoled on suffering rather than on inflicting evil. "Some trust in chariots and some trust in horses, but we will make mention of the name of Yahve, our God." Such is the first inference from the life of Meier Dizengoff. There is another. We often grow impatient with the Jewish people, its luck of cohesion and loyalty to itself, its intolerable particularism, its political stupidity, its sloth of the heart, its inordinate appetite for self-deception on a low plane. to similar conclusions. As early as 1905 Dizengoff, on his second ;....... D„I„.4u Jewish people to produce men who journey to Palestine, began to ac, '. by the continuous ability of the He Must Make His Choice become the instrumentalities of its development and total creativity. For many, many centuries we have been prevented from building any part of civilization in its outer and visible sense. Founding and building and statecraft were forbidden us. Not only did the world repeat and believe the fact that we were in that specific sense an unproductive and uncreative people. The majority of Jews came to believe quire land in the neighborhood of Jaffa; by the next year he had marked the spot of the future city. From now on he lived and worked in the land. During the war he very powerfully and often effectively resisted the Turkish governor, Djemal Pasha, but was finally expelled from Palestine, not to return until Allenby liberated the land from the Turk. And now arose under the hands of Dizengoff that city of Tel Aviv, which today has 150,000 inhabit" ants, which for peace, administrative intelligence, cultural creatj Then came the moment when the ivity ranks high, far higher than Jewish people, led by dreamers, at its numbers, among the cities of last determined to build a com[that, too. The ancestors of Meier Dizengoff : cities. Nor had yours or mine. mankind. A simple Jew, one of the old, despised dreamers of the monwealth once more. And builders and administrators and innuson everything that is as far from Americanism as one can possibly conceive. history, not only of the Jewish people, but of all peoples. His life was in itself a symbol and an example and a source of hope for all the years to come. He was bom in Bessarabia in 1861. Before he was twenty he Let us meet the issue: Mr. John P. Coffin, the gentleman who signs himself as the founder of this so-called Loyal Americans, states the issue in the present national elections to be: Anti-Catholicism and Prohibition as against Franklin D. Roosevelt. And in another breath, just as we expected j had gone to Odessa and had joined to find, -ays: "I am enclosing you literature which will speak tfl at pre-Zionist movement known for itself so that you may judge whether the Democratic | a s Chibat Zion, Love of Zion, party is worthy of your support. The present governor of whose members— primarily Perots Chibat Zion group, a "madman," merable workers arose and rean outcast, at one time a hunted deemed a desert land and founded man—such was the founder and | cities and governed those cities in mayor of that first Jewish city of suc h a manner that all the world modern times which Jews built un! not stricken blind with madness and superstition gave to the work of these men the tribute of its astonished admiration. And all these It is always the dream of the dreamer that prevails. It is always the world's proud powers men were simple Jews. Simple and principalities that fail and go j ews like that Meier Dizengoff, under. If ever in any ago this process seems to faint too long and the oppressor to prevail too continuously over the dreamer, then we may know by that sure sign and unerring token that the age is a whom the Jewish people mourns today and will remember in the long years to come. (Copyright. 1936, by Seven Arts Feature Syndicate) this "state (Florida), it is alleged, gave up his intention to Smolensk! and, only a few years d ark a e that %  "* and progress run for the senate on the promise of a cabinet position. President Roosevelt today is depending for his next election largely upon the negro and JEWISH VOTE. The Jews in New York carry the balance of power in the election and to this class he is appea'ing ry rutting a Jew into his new cabinet if he is re-elected, as well as the Jew he already has at the head of the treasury department. later, Leon Pinsker—made all the claims and emphasised all the principles of the world movement of later years: negation of the assimilatory Galuth, the resettlement of Palestine through a regenerated Jewish people, the national use of the Hebrew language, the ultimate erection of a Jewish state in Eretz Israel. As early as 1878 these bodying these ideals and claims Voters, make your own decision, whether you wish to vote for a party which is proselyting Jews and negroes or whether you will vote for the principles of your forefathers." '„,,„_ tne choveve' Zion Lovers of When Rabbi Israel, the noted Reform Jewish rabbi of, ? io "',? r, T ted nMsmor ndum %  Baltimore, in an open letter last week, addressed to Governor Landon, the Republican candidate for president of the United States, demanded that the governor, in addition to his profession of fair-mindedness, openlv and definitely denounced p nnc< %  %  *. who refused to his supporters, such as Coffin and the so-called Society 0 f, P' a the memorandum among the Loyal Americans, and other un-American demagogues, he i a cndB "' thl congress on the was perfectly justified. I Kr0und that il had apparently been written by madmen. Such was at There are untold voters in Florida who are Republican, that time the opinion not only of have for a period failed. But there is another point. In the pagan world] or in the world that inclines always to slip hack into paganism, the successors of the dreamers often tend, when the dream has prevailed, to join the powers and principalities of the world and to be at one with the very oppressors whom they had once assailed with Deplores Thin Veneer of Jewish Education New York (WNS)—The "thin veneer" of the Jewish education which children in the United States are receiving "hardly augurs well for the quality of our Jewish life of the future," it was declared by Di. Jacob S. Golub, president of the weapons and the might ut the k v •• if -i ,. tlu National Council for Jewish spirit alone. buch has not yet t .j„ t ,. Education and executive director been our fate and we must have I „ f %-„„„,. T„,I„ > 'of \oung Judea, in a statement isThe president of the congress was because of their training and conviction honestly arrived at. both Jews and non-Jews these are entitled to know whether or not the Republican party will either openly or silently acquiesce in the support and activities of such even though they advocate Governor Landon's election. There can be no two ways. Either Governor Landon and the Republican party of Florida approves the actions of Coffin and his organization and their cohorts and thus suffer defeat and scorn at the hands of every decent thinking and right living to the famous Congress of Berlin. I f aith t<> ***" 'hat it will not be. sued m connect ion with Nationa i Ami, the .ntensely infunafng j Jewjsh K(llR ation Wet k wha h ^ events of the past months our peor „_,,„, ,-. ,„„ *T be observed from October 10th to pie and our city in Eretz Israel ,...u .u • ,, l'"th. One of the major problems nave kept their heads. It was long e %  %  .. ... V-v M %  of Jewish education m this counbefore Dizengoff even issued his t ,„ r_ rI u -J J A a ., ., ... try, Dr. Golub said, is the fact that stern letter to Arthur Wauehope. „>,•, .... • ..... ,. while children come to Jewish He ami his city a strong and fiery _„ u n .i.„ %  ,. ., .. schools, they do not remain. He city because a city of youth and ,„;„,„ %  „. ... t u i u. un pointed out that of all Jewish chil. hope and spring—relied on peace |dren between the ages of ti and 10 and righteousness and endurance, only 25 per cent are found in Jewish schools, but of all Jewish chilBismarck, who was no vulgar antiSemite, but the entire civilized world, Jew and Gentile alike. dren between 10 and 13, between organ of the Florida Press Association, upon their splendid tio and 86 per cent are enrolled. and patriotic handling of the issue of anti-Semitism atThis, he said, indicates that "not tempted to be raised in Florida by an apparently Hitler subenrollment is the greatest probsidi/ed sheet. These papers have minced no words in their km of the Jewish schools, but Airer'can or 8 o" F'orida, headed by Candidate Callaway for goven or, Candidate Swanaon for congress and Candidate Babcock for United States senator, must take definite and immediate action. The Jewish Floridian will be happy to hear from themCongratulations The Jewish Floridian is happy to congratulate the Tropical Sun of West Palm Beach, the St. Petersburg Independent and the Florida Newspaper News, the latter the official spective of race or creed, to make Florida a better place to live in, and to advance the interests of the real American citizenry of which Florida is in the main composed of. And we know the press of this state to be composed of men and women who have ever been in the forefront of everything American everything decent for the advancement of their fellow citizens and the communities of the state. It is a pleasure to extend the hand of fellowship to compatriots and fellow workers. school,*' Dr. Golub declared: "Because we demand free schooling we often get it, but with disastrous results. Temples and synagogues are forced to provide free schools, but in order to do so they are obliged to cheapen Jewish education; they must resort to unlicensed teachers, to pool and inadequate supervision and, above all, to a reduced time schedule." n7.\ ).v rve as eit of of ns m .le Ih as of •8. al


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Pee Six THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN Friday, October 9, 1936 Daytona Beach Notes "One Rainy Afternoon," the first offering of Pickford-Laeky Productions, the new producing company Headed by Mary Pickford and Jesse Lasky, comes to the Tivoli Theatre for four days, beginning Sunday. Prancia Lederer sings for thfirst time on the screen as the star of this sophisticated Parisian romantic comedy, and Ida Lupine, Hugh Herbert, Roland Young, Erik Rhodes and Joseph Cawthorn are seen in important featured roles. The story, which Stephen Morehouse Avery adapted from the French comedy, "Monsieur Martin," There will he a supper and soj cial Sunday night in the vestry rooms of Temple Israel, from six | 'o eight o'clock, sponsored by the Sisterhood of the Temple. Every-; one is invited. The affair is bej injr given in celebration of Simchas Torah. Mrs. Louis E. Goldman is j general chairman, assisted by Mrs. Harry Pepper, Mrs. J, Rutberg, Mrs. Simon Reed, Mrs. Bertha Ber' man, Mrs. Celia Shemer, Mrs. J. j Goldstein, Mrs. S. Wasserman, Mrs. J. Ginsberg and Mrs. J. Nass. The board of the Sisterhood met Monday night at the home of Mrs. Goldman, TAMPA NOTES. (Continued from Page 5) ceremonies of Judaism and their significance, French, Spanish, dramatic art and public speaking, chess and classical and ballroom dancing. A ping pong tournament, just complete, has resulted in first prize having been awarded to the winner, Sidney Dubin. A tournament for Juniors will start Sunday afternoon, October 11, at 2 o'clock. Among many local prominent T.-T. A. women spending several days in Ja ksonville this week attending a state Parent-Teacher As, n convention was Mrs. K. Goldman, who is connected with the North Seabreeze i school. Ephraim Solkoff of Ocala is a frequent visitor in Daytona Beach. SUtrmrnt of the Ownership. Management, Circulation, etc.. Required by the ArW of ('Minn of AUKIIHI 21. 1912. and March J. 19.13. of the Jewiah Flondian. published weekly at Miami. Florida, for October I, 1933. sii.i, ol Florida, County of Dado, w. Before me, a ntnry public in and for the state and county aforesaid, jHTHonally appeared .1. Louis Shoehet, who, havinit been duly sworn aecordlns to law. depose* and says that he is the publisher of the Jewish Floridian and that the following is, to the best of his knowledge and belief, a true statement "f the ownership, management (and if a daily paper, the circulation!, etc., of the %  forcaaid publication for the date shown in the above enption. remind by the act of August (4, 1"12. as intended by the act of March .'I. IBM, embodied in section 537. Postal Laws and Regulation*, printed on the reverse of this form, to-wit: I. That the names anil addresses of the Inibliaher, editor, managing editor, and business muni gers are: Publisher J. Loula Bhochet, P. O, box ,!:i?:t, Miami. Fla. Editor J. Louis Shocliot, P. O. box 2073. Miami. Fla. Managing Editor J. Louis Shoehet. I. ,'). box 2971, Miami. Fla. Burineaa Manager J. Louis Shoehet. P. O. box 2973, Miami. Fla. 2. That the owner i: (If owned by a corporation, ita name and addrew must be atated and IMO Immediately thereunder the namea and addrcaaea of atockholders owning or holding one per cent or more of total amount of atock. If not own.sl by a corporation, the namea and addresses of the Individual owner* must be given. If owned by a firm, company, or other unincorporated concern, its name und aitdress, aa well aa thoae of each individual member, must be given.) J. Louis Shoehet. P. O. box 2B.3. Miami | Fla. 3' That the known bondholders, mortgagees, and other security holder! owning or holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages, or other securities are: Iff there arc none, so state.J None. I. That the two paragraphs next above, giving the names of the owners. 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ThaS the average number of copies of each issue of this publication sold or distributed, through the mills or otherwise! to paid subscribers during the twelve months preceding the date shown above is (This information is required from daily publication* only.) J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 6th dav of October, 1936. I Seal i H. RIFAS. Notary Public. State of F'lorida at Large. My commission expires June 14. 1939. ONLY RECOGNIZED RABBIS in the Greater Miami area are members of the Jewish Ministerial Board. They are Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan of Temple Israel, Rabbi David I. Rosenb'oom of Beth Jacob, Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David and Rabbi Colman Zwitman of Temple Israel. Mis Elizabeth Grus, who spent iiimmer visiting in Connecticut and other northern points, rci ed home this week. A. Grus and his family have moved from the mainland side to North At1 antic ave. depicts the series <>f hilarii us developments that ensue when Philippe Martin, a struggling young Paris actor (Lederer), kisses the wrong girl (Ida Lupino) in a darkened movie theatre "One Rainy Afternoon." Out of this little misdemeanor grows a scandal of major proportions and Philippe is brought to trial. But he emerges victorious on all counts, for not only does a case of love at second sight develop between him and his lovely "victim," but as a result of the publicity he becomes the most romantic figure in Paris. To film "Robin Mood of El Dorado," the spectacular outdoor feature which comes to the Seventh Avenue Theatre, starting Monday. with Warner Baxter as the Btar, a company of more than 200 Hollyplayers lived for three • in the lonely "mother lode" country of the California mounwhere millions in raw gold were found in the days of %  !!>. 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