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The Jewish Floridian ( October 16, 1936 )

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wJemsf] Floridiai in COHHWNG Y/he Jhswiislh (Uiniilty MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1936 Price Five Cents THE WORLD'S WINDOW Counter-Attack By LUDWIG LEWISOHN .... T — • —r— Leaders Urge Zionists Form With Impunity Inter-Faith Meet Miami District The adage thai ;i "burnt child Birmingham (NCJC)—Southern Beth David auditorium was dreads the fire" does not seem to church and social leaders are camfilled to capacity las! Tuesday hold true with the "kosher" hutchpaigning in favor of holding a night at the ZionisI meeting held Arta UI FtSr "ESStSi. *&& led world calls material advan-' !" M d ko8her hotel kw P ere of mooting which will be Dixie's for the purpose of reawakening auction in whoi or in part rtrictiy fortane." The poison i.out and the ,r a ""'v never Beem '" counterpart of tinrecent conferMiami Jewry to the problems of Wddjn. Any infrinm.nt will b. pro-c-1 gentleman „ M writu n nimBe i f learn the lesson of, shall we call it ence held at Lawrence College, ApPalestine of today. Mr. Isaac "simple honesty"-.' Even now, at pleton, Wis., by Protestants, JewLevin, vice-chairman of the dis(he very beginning of the season, and Catholics. trict, introduced Rabbi Max Shawe have been advised that some While the movement is not yet. oiro. who presided. Among the himself down. In the Jewish Times of Balti"'' doesn't, you see, know what a gentleman named C. A. conviction is nor how it that is trivial. What is n„t so know the Process even from the"' •"wwcning inese .tesire.i ends. Henry M. Edmonds, minister of ol -A Christian Looks at Zioiltrivial, on account of the ugly and u,si k ; '< has evidently never ha P According to Jewish laws, as we ;, h w } ,h '} y k ,"" w n ^ndependml ism." An appeal by Rabbi Max numrgancommon processes Involved, is the Pened to him. All he can imagine are advised by our rabbi*, on,P |es byterian Church, Birmingham; Shapiro resulted in a large t method of the attack, its tech' fe as a counter in a shop with must give a warning to malefacD *"; w P K m > editor of the Nashber of members joining the or nique, its spirit. One heats things like that whispered behind one's hack and one wonders at the possibilities of human nature. Here, now, we have the Ugly thinjr in the open. The first symptom of this sort of thing is, of course, on the more superficial side, misquotation and misrepresentation by the cheap and simple method of tearing words and brief phrases out of their context and making them ideas on the counter and you or | t„ rs „„,, are about to do someme there trying to "skin" God. thing wrong. Thanks to a number That is hi> notion %  >( how convic0 f public spirited citizens of this tions are come by. That is the area,, funds haVC been provided notion which he attributes to me „i,ich. though not sufficient, will and probably t.. others. suffice to begin. These funds ill Well, I am not sorry that one be used to defray the costs of deof the whisperers has written himtective service, legal counsel and self down. There are not many similar expenses for the purpose of his kind. There are some. I „f bringing prosecutions against have seen it in glances, heard it violators of existing kosher laws in intonations ... If I had been j n Miami and Miami Bsatlh The able to choose according to mete Jewish Ploridian believes that one say something which in the origwo,1,ll v advantage in my time and „ r two of these prosecutions will ilial text they did not say. So Mr. Rubenstein quotes isolated words and phrases, sharper, of course, on country. I would scarcely have suffice to serve as a warning to chosen this cause. I will now a n ,„ ,|,. sis( fnini he contemptible briefly tell you what my identifipractices that some of our butchers Chicago, who sad: We must not ville Christian Advocate; Bishop Nation. Cantors Hayman, MamI'aul B. Kern of the Southern ches and Schlachman sang several Methodist Church; Rabbi Morris numbers and MisAdele Segall New-field of Temple Emmanu-EI, gave readings from Chaim NachBrimingham, and Father Eugene man Bialik. Elections for officers B. Sands of Alabama. resulted in Rabbi Max Shapiro beThough widely differing as t. %  ing chosen chairman. Sidney Segal doctrine, these key men in Southfirst vice-chairman, Isaac Levin em church circles are in unanisecond vice-chairman, N;,than AdmOUS accord that the need for their lelman secretary, Leo Robin80n meeting is even greater than that treasurer and Rabbis Jacob IL Kapwhich caused the meeting at Law-Man, David I. Rosenbloom and Colrence College in August. man Zwitman honorary vice-presIn voicing the idea for a similar idents. Members of the executive conference, those favoring the plan board will be tunned shortly. have quoted Rabbi Louis Mann of account of that isolation, and says I C at,0n with '">' >"'"' ,k Rnd '"> m hotel keepers have been guiltnl M**/* !" '" "fqpm so much Welti}^ KUreaU > of. To j,j ame Qffj cerg who are not Zionists. Of course, I did no such thing. I wrote an article some weeks ago, as some readers will remember, on the fivechildren in Tel Aviv wounded by an Arab bomb. In connection therewith and with a saying of a friend of mine which I quoted I fell to wondering about certain Jews who take no interest of any kind in their people and its fate. 1 spoke of those "rich and reputable strength of the Zionist cause has We have %  common foe which we done for me. ^ *' '*• thankful to Rabbi Rosall must fight and we must fight It has isolated me as an Amorenbloom of .Miami Reach, and to a 'I together. That foe takes the lean man of letters. And it is as "Umber of other public spirited form of poverty, unemployment, such that I must cam my bread, citiiens, for their help. We pledge corruption, war and crime, but in Subtly, but surely, without open a < i ""i>aign Jhis .lominir season every case it is the same: human unkindness, all the old colleagues lhat wi sh,,w 'he world at large exploitation. It is our job to throw and friends, with one possible exiintl ""' resident* and tourists of oul a united front against it, whatception, have withdrawn themthia area that the vart majority of ever its form." selves. They simply do not un" ,lr People are law-abiding, honest Goal Outlined derstand; they count me lost. Hence an(l a, rpnl A goal of the campaigners for I am shut out from helpfulness, ,., |his s( rv ,, as n((li( ( ,„ „„ The annual meeting of the Jewish Welfare Bureau, at which election of officers will be held and reports of the year's work will be presented, will take place Monday evening, October 19th, at Kaplan Hall at 8 o'clock. Consideration of an amendment to the by-laws of and clever and able and gifted comradeship, a hundred opportubutchers and hotel keepers that Jews who are Jewishly inactive, who keep Jewish news out of their i onsciousness," and it is these people whom I analyzed as essentially "irreligious" men and it is of them that I said, they who think they are free are "slaves in Mizraim," not we who love our people and work for it. I am glad to repeat that observation. It is so true. Well, I was sorrowing, as anyone could see who had eyes, over the loss of, let us say, Walter Lippman, Waldo Frank, Elmer Rice to their people. This, Mr. Rubinstein turns into heaping insults on nonZionists. But she angry gentleman's aninities that come from the fellowthai must ship of groups. No book club ever | looks at a book of mine. .No eil' %  •-' % %  w. itor's mind clicks when he thinks of me. "Oh, he's gone so Jewish, you know ." My criticism, which is of small importance, is occasionally commended. My novels, because predominantly Jewish, my true life work, are treated with silence ... In the world of by the rules. 52,000 Members Now in Hadassah New York (WNS)—A memberthe organization by which a free this meeting is summed up as i loan division will be formed is one "having here in the South one < of the important matters before large prosperous middle class, inthis meeting. Members of the stead of a minority in this class Jewish Welfare Bureau and the acting as buffer between a still general public are urged to atsmaller group of great wealth and tend. JI great majority who live starved, undign'fied lives of abject want, as textile employes, or as tenant farmers." Though many vicious forms of Treasury Removes Fascist Employee New York (WNS)—Hubert Wil. ship increase of ti,r>00 during the intolerance are rampant in the past year, the largest Increase in South, it is hoped by these men American letters 1 am regarded the history of the organization, is I that inter-faith education may be lard Eldred, an employee in a lowith chill respect. I might have reported by Hadassah, women's carried on among the college bred cal C. s. treasury department oflieen a cross between Walter Lipp-1 Zionist group, which now numbers men and women, and by degrees fice, has been suspended from his man and Fanny Hurst. Do you 52,000 members in its senior and carried to the more provincial duties following disclosure of his see me syndicated or "filmed"? junior divisions. Mrs. Alexander minded. activity in organising a Fascist Do you suppose Zionists buy my I Lamport of Mt. Vernon, national „„ .... Rroup. called the National Veterbooks? I edited "Rebirth," a modj membership chairman, explains ern Zionist Bible. My publishers the large increase by the stimula"( : '---fertilization of all culmus is better seen in other pas' %  „ L. c „. .. ., lost money on it and so did I. But turn of Zionist interest due to the %  -ages m his letter. It is symptom. I ,. ._ r I __.___* i %  i atic of him and his kind that of W0Uld ''.",' was my job. all I have written he knows only that comparatively unimportant book, "Up Stream" and not "The Last Days of Shylock" or "This People"; in connection with that he repeats a piece of gossip which is false and then plunges on to the passage he had in mind all along: "It is not unreasonable to suppose that you have gained in your translation to Eretz Israel what a hardI would do it right over again. It All the prizes of the world are elsewhere. Even not a few small Jewish ones. I lose lectures before certain types of Jewish organizations. They are those that pay best; they are those who think Zionism as I conceive it, as a philosophy of life, extreme and not yet quite proper. What I might (Continued on Page 6) present emphasis on the need of establishing a secure haven for .lews in Palestine. Plans for the 22nd annual convention of Hadassah, to be held at Philadelphia from October 18th to 21st, include the discussion of an extensive program of Jewish adult education in the Un'ted States. 2,000 delegates and visitors from 45 states are expected to attend the gathering. tins' Reserve Corps, during the tares as advocated at the Lawrence ; hours at whi( h he wa sup d t0 conference would be dangerous havfl b(H n engaged with his offihere now, due to the peculiar sitcia) dutiesThe whk h E ,_ nation we have but a new tech| dred m organizing was dedicated ntque to accomplish the same end to t0 mbating the menace of the is certainly in order," Bishop Kern has said. He agrees with Dr. E. W. Blakeman of the University of Michigan that most colleges are missing an excellent chance to encourage inter-faith education. The suggestion that there be a chair of Judaism and a chair of Catholicism in southern universities, where the atmosphere is main"growing influence of reds and Jews" in this country. ly Protestant, was rejected by southern Protestants, Jews and Catholics alike as premature in this section. The motive behind the suggestion was endorsed by all, however. "hree lake •tain iusiW. ovie the ,000 nesiris•hile cluearom) be He Pallus*ion iber de's is iege ton, ate, dge syl\nd t roof rk's mcbut ositan for and the has Id's lier •ss"A of iroThe of on-e's )tle ew of ing :on ow ke, snya ro;ed ler jrM. lie >ty rts tnizi by ?rve as eit of of ns lie sh as •sof rs. tal



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^" Paee Two THE JEWISH Fl.ORIDIA.N Friday, October 16, 1936 At services Saturday morning, October 17th, beginning at 8:30 o'clock, Beth David Synagogue will observe two Bar Mitzvo ceremonies. Louis Aronowitz, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Aronowitz, and Murray Miller, the son of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Miller, will become Bar Mitzvo. The usual blessings and Haftoros w'll be recited, followed by Bar Mitzvo addresses. Rabbi Max Shapiro of the congregation will officiate and speak. A i eceptlon in Beth David Talmud T >rah Hall will follow the services. • • Miss Gertrude shaft' was hostess to the Onyx Klub at her home recently when plans wenmade for ition of officers at the next meeting. Miss Rose Dubler, Miss Mildred Ruben and .Miss Gladys Greenberg were appointed on a committee to make arrangements for the ^installation banquet on November lth. Nominees are: President, Miss Evelyn Marks. Miss Dubler, Miss Ruthye Bernstein; vice-president, -. Shirley Kosenthal, Miss Ev%  Marks, -Miss Dubler, Miss Jeanette Mintzer; secretary, Miss Ik! • Moss, Miss Greenberg, Miss ks; treasurer, Miss Greenberg, Mintzer and Miss Bernstein. Miss Millicent Rubin, whose marriage to Leonard Beldner will an event of next month, was plimented at a dessert-bridge Miss Miller Sunday at her • %  The house was decorated with imnal flowers and guests were group of Miss Rubin's close friends. Mrs. Nat L. Williams entertained a kitchen shower in honor of the bride-elect on Wednesday evening at her home. Many other social courtesies are being planned between now and the wedding date. Miss Dora Rosenhouse, prominent in dramatic arts, announce? opening of the Dora RosenSchool of Dramatic Arts at 1501 N. W. Fourteenth st. and 1625 8. W. Fifteenth st.. Miami, and 527 Meridian ave., Miami i.t-aelt. Miss Rosenhouse, who has ved prominence in this field, ently returned to the city after having served as director of child amatics in the Lebanon Country Club in Connecticut, and having taken ;i special teacher's training course at the Whitehead School of Dramatics in Steinway Hal!, New York. Attention is being paid to individual requirements and the fees are exceptionally reasonable. • B Mr. David Friedman will be instructor at Beth David Talmud Torah under the direction of Rabbi Max Shapiro. Registration for children continues daily from 3:30 to 5:30 p. m.. and all desiring to attend are urged to come to the Talmud Torah as soon as possible. Oe| SOCIETY > evening, October 30th, at 7:45 o'clock. Mrs. M. B. Little will read one of the latest Broadway hits. Admission will be one dollar per couple. Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom will years. l>ook as a memento of the event. Schrager's, Inc., one of the oldeave next Monday morning for Mr. Alexander came to Miam' All the proceeds will be used for est prescription pharmacies in this Denver, Col., to attend the unveil„:„„, vears aeo from Macon, Ga. this purpose. Prizes will be award-j area, at 1001 W. Flagler st., with ing of the tombstone to the memory of his mother, which will take place on Monday, October 26th. Rabbi Rosenbloom will return on October 30th. • • The first late Friday evening services of Beth David CongregaAt present he is engage ness in West Palm Beach. The wedding will take place November 1st at the home of the bride-elect's parents. • • The I adics' Auxiliary of the Jew• L %  ed for high scores and refresha record of more than ten years' ments will be served. The public service to the community, anis urged to attend. tion will begin Friday evening, Ocish v -' llfa,p BuiCiU! i* sponsoring |[nme M|Jk ,, roducers Association tober SOth, at 8 o'clock. Cantor a dessert bridge at 12:30 P. n. on jg ingta „, precision equipment Louis Dayman, assisted by Beth Tuesday, October 27th, at.the home David choir, will chant the services, "'" Mrs "'• A ***UT. l 3 S : *' nounces the addition of a splendidly equipped liquor department at the same address. This Wfli To meet the requirements of the ; done to meet the demands of the continually growing Jewish popu' many customers of Schrager's and lation of this area, the Miami will supply another link in the chain of service that the firm is justly famous for. with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Friends nnd guests of Junior Hadassah are invited to attend its meeting on Monday evening, October 19th, at Beth' David Talmud lic is invited to a „ tte ? dl Torah. Miss Ida Safer is chairman for 't'n,' evening and will present Mark Max, who will speak on his "Mem. i.s of Theodore He.t/.el." Joe its rummage store. Kwart will offer a group of vocal ic f the bU rCaU wU1 b '' mK to provide dry cottage cheese and similar daily products to suit th" Jewish taste, '.n invitation is extended to the Jewish population to visit the plant of the company to watch the production of their Adler. with whom reservations tor whoU si>im (la „. y pri „ |llcts this event may be made. The pu>>* Tenth st., for the benefit of its welfare work. Mrs. Richter, who is chairman, will be assisted by Mesdames S. N. Halpert and R. R. for The Jewish Welfare Bureau requests that cast-off clothing contributed to the organization for A call to the The Miami chapter of Senior 11aij_ dassah is sponsoring its first affair of the season, a play reading at the home of Mrs. Harry Rubin, 1736 S. W. Ninth st.. Wednesday PERSONALS Men! Women! Why Stay Single? Try our plan! Join Americaoriginal and finest Jewish correspondenceclub. Find life mate, happiness. Nationwide, dignified, confidential service. Write to: Home Correspondence Club, Box 47, Maywood, Illinois. •ions during the evening. Miss Safer, who is J. N. F. chairman of Junior Hadassah, will have two brief outlines given of the J. X. I-', work that the Miami unit : Junior Hadassah is doing. someone for the clothes. Mrs. Ida Optner, president of the Ladies' Auxiliary, Jewish Welfare Bureau, has goneto Chicago i n a vacation, where shewill visit her brothers. Joseph H.. Saul B. vited to •'"'"' and Arthur E. Optner. She will be their truest at the Medina Club and will returi. to Miami in time for the welfare installation banquet of the bureau scheduled for November 11th. The regular daily gym classes sponsored by the Jewish Welfare Bureau Ladies' Auxiliary, under the direction of Bertha Berkowich l.,\y. is being held every morning at 1> o'clock at the tennis courts of Mrs. s. X. Halpert. A nominal fee is charged, which goes to the bureau's work. The public i> inNext Tuesday. October 20th, the University of Miami students will form a Jewish Students' Union at mom 202 of the university at 12:30 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Palmer. Mr-, %  'van I'allot and Mr. Albert Pall it More than eighty members have been obtained for the local B'nai FLAGLERt*'h Ave Phon 2-5557 5un.-Mon.-Tnes., Oct. IH-19-20 .iarrv Baur—Laurence Olivier Penelope Dudley-Ward I STAND CONDEMNED will sponsor a bridge party for the B rith L '" lut in i,s c !" P ai n for I enefit of the Lovaltv Club Aux250 members, t'" lt th< meeting iliary of F.munah chapter Xo. IT.".. '"' the Supreme Grand Lodge exo. E. s.. Tuesday, October 20th. Kative committee may be held in at the home of Mr. and Mr-. SriMiami durin %  '•" nia, V Members ney H. Palmer. 1671 Nocat. f thc !" !" ^> h >V campaign comCoconul Grove, at B ... m. There mittee %  l> enthiwuMiw: recepwill be prizes and refreshments. tiona '" their workl Th '' commitThe public is invited. tee eona Bta of: Chairman, E. Al• bert Pallot; honorary chairmen. The marriage of Mi88 Muriel '" uis Gor' Rauch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stone William Friedman, George Norman Rauch, to Dr. Irving GorFeuer and Dr Frank Corot TeiU don. took place Sunday at the captains are: lean, l Ben Levine; home of the bride's parents. 729 2 M L Marcu : :5 Han >' Espanola way, Miami Beach. A S,h wam: *• 11, ll, v S Nadelweiss; luncheon at the Cafe de la Paix at B Harr >' Ryvisj ,; Milton Friedthe Roney Plaza Hotel followed ,an: 7 "•*• %  Adelmani 8, E. the ceremonv Gordon: D, J. Louis Shochet and 10, R. R. Adler. The newly organized Sioga fraternity met recently to discuss soDail V religious classes are becial activities for the coming sea'" K fon S. W. 15th St. Miami Beach. 327 Meridian Ave. Voice Development, Pantomime, Diction, Stage Technique, Stagecrafts, Platform Readings and Junior Players Group Telephone 2-1627 Fourth Season Special Introductory Offer 1937 Universal Windsor Range Best Range Value We've Ever Had! 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Friday, October 16, 1936 TBK JBWISM FLOBIDiAN Page Three wJewBslh IFIaridltain riXMlDA I ONLr t*lW w btH.T PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY hy the JEWISH KI.ORIDIAN PUM.ISHING CO. P. O. Box 2973 News Tower Bids. Miami, Fla. EDITORIAL OFFICES: 621 S. W. Kith Avenue Phone 2-5304 Phone 2-1U3 J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K. SHOCHET. Circulatio. Vinnairer CANTOR BORIS SCHLACIIMAN Field Representative E I.ad n* ee-onel elM matter under July 4. the Act 1'.I3S. at '.he of March 3. Pwt Office mt Miami. Florida. 18TJ. ST. PETERSBURG WEST PALM BEACH MRS. ROSE M. RUBIN MRS. M. SCHREBNICK Representative Representative ORLANDO TAMPA MRS. B. J. COHEN MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative Representative SUBSCRIPTION FRIDAY, OCTOBER Hi. 1936 Vol. 9—No. 12 MIAMI NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ Tin' dance and frolic, held recently at the Royal Palm Club, was successful through the efforts of B. B. B. and his entertainers, plus the assistance of Milton Friedman and Boris Schlachman. Manager Max Goldstein of the diamondball team was honored by his team members with a beautiful trophy. The Proper Approach In organizations which seek to interest the general public in their work one will note the willinj-ness, nay. the eagerness, of their officials to attract the general public. Every effort is made to obtain the membership and then further effort is made to get these new members into the ranks of active workers and officers. In such organizations MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGNS ARE HF5U) PRIOR TO ELECTIONS and NOT AFTER ELECTIONS. We want to commend the officers of the 15'nai H'rith lotl-se in Miami and the reorganized Zionist District for this spirit of seeking co-operation and not repellinu the help of the general public. The result is evident. Today B'nai H'rith is making a membership drive, though the election for officers will not be held until December. It is evident that R'nai H'rith officers in this area hold the principles of the organization far above personal selfish ambitionsIt is the advancement of the purposes and ideals of B'nai H'rith which they seek. Hence they fear not the loss of offices. The same thing is true of the reorganized Zionist District. Rabbi .Max Shapiro and his fellow workers sought first the CO-operation, the help and assistance of all Jewry and then elected officers. This will undoubtedly bring Zionism in this area to the fore, as it so justly deserves. The Zionists of this area have profited by their mistakes of the past. We on'y wish this were triie of a very important organization in this area. This ody does splendid work. It is composed, in the main, of men and women who seek to alleviate distress of their fellow needy. Yet why is it that elections are he d in the 'il steam roller methods of the unpleasant past? Why is A (hat membership campaigns are inaugurated ONLY AFTER and not before the election of the officers and board of directors? Is it because some desire self-perpetuation in office? We think not; at least, we hope not. May we respectfully suggest that if the officers of this worthy organization really want the support of the entire Jewry of this area, they must change their tactics. They must take the entire people into their confidence. Chairman K. Albert I'allot of the fifth annual "Y" dance has been making all plans and arrangements with the demands of "Y" partisans for its successful presentation. Next Wednesday a special meeting will be held at the "Y" clubrooms, starting at '.I p. m. All members interested in the general welfare of the "Y" are urged to attend. The Junior division held its semi-annual election last Monday with the following results: President, Sam Badanes; vice-president, A! Lewis; recording secretary, Evelyn .Marks; corresponding secretary, Shirley Rosen thai; treasurer, Nellie Schaff; program chairman, Larry Schwartz; publicity, Rose | Dubler; membership, lly Webman; tics, Isidor Mayerovitz; serjeants-at-arms, Abe Berkowitz and Coleman Pont. The o office who •' %  1 a commem able pi ice of work in elevating the Junior d. vision, are i Ann Lehrman, president; Flyman Rubin, vice-president, and Sarah Lehrman, secretary. Good luck to the new and the old, and may yen continue to prosper under your new regime. Strictly Confidential This roming Tuesday, October 20th, the women's division will hold annual election. It is the duty of each of the members to attend and vote to select the besi qualified members for the various offices. Refreshments and entertainmenl will follow. Louis McPadden, Former Anil Semitic Congressman. Dies New York (WNS)—Louis T. Mc Fadden, one-time number one antiSemite of congress, who was defeated for re-election from a Pennsylvania district in 1934, died here at the age of GO. Shortly before his defeat the department of justice investigated charges that McPadden had violated his franking privileges by permitting a copy of one of his anti-Semitic speeches to b • .! by the White SI Crusader for Economic Libi bearing his frank. I: :h in congress he said, "I lenti es have the paper while Jew have the gold and lawful paper." On ; n ther occasion he made a radio address in which he revealed "details" of a so-called scheme for the creation of a "Jew. ish world state." He was also accused of co-operating with Nazi agents and the Silver Shirts. In 1935 he announced his candidacy for president of the United States (ii an out and out anti-Semitic platform under the sponsorship of an organization calling Itself the "Independent Republican National ( hristian Gentile Committee." This year he was running as an independent candidate for congre. 9 from his old Pennsylvania district with the support of a coalition of anti-Semitic groups. Halloween Jamboree, to be prevented by the Y. W. 11. A. Sunday, November 1st, at the "Y" clubi loins. In charge of arrangements is Miss Ethel Lipowsky, assisted by Mrs. Sam Shindel, Ida Engler and Mrs. Nat Blumberg. Get your old and new costumes out of the cellar or cedar chest and look your spookiest, as prizes will be awarded to all dressed in costume. A twenty-five-cent piece will perm 1 ; | you to enter and take part in this %  _ala party. Tidbits From Everywhere By PHINEAS J. BIRON This and That Police Chief Yates of Terie Haute, who threw Karl Browder, Communist candidate for president, into jail, got a cable of congratulations from Hitler ... If you were skeptical when we told you here a couple of weeks ago that William Fox and Warner Brothers were among the owners of the New York Post, ease your doubts by reading the circulation and ownership statement of the Post When the name Hitler is called in New York's 71st regiment a Jewish sergeant answers "present" And he's not joking—it's his real name. Bernard M. Baruch is not seeing his doctor for fun He's really sick Spectators at Manhattan College (New York) games were worried when they heard the crowd sing what sounded like "Deutschland Uber Alles" But it was not the official reich anthem Manhattan, like many other colleges, has taken the tune for 'ts official song from the music of German drinking songs. News Hits The American Jewish Congress and the National Council of Jewish Women don't see eye to eye on many issues, but they are now neighbors in the same building And only a stone's throw away in the new national headquarters of Hadassah Did you lose money on Goldman Sachs stock? Then you'll be interested to know that before you tear off another page from your calendar the nume of Goldman Sachs will be just a stall ."sudeville crack It's being absorbed by another corporation The Jewish Daily Forward has organized the Kings Broadcasting Corporation to establish a new full time station in Brooklyn Credit the New York Times with a nice gesture They assigned I^iura I.ubin Saqui, daughter of the late David I.ubin, world famouagronomist, to cover the general assembly of the International Agricultural Institute in Home, which her father founded The American headquarters of the Society of the Bible in the Hands of Its Creators is bringing out a new study of the Bible which i-aid to lie based on a secret code discovered in Jerusalem Senator Benjamin Herman of Cincinnati s not the only amateur painter who takes his work seriously We discovered that Alfred Strelsin, the advertising wizf New York, Milwaukee and Other parts, is assiduously studying the art of painting from none other than the son of Sholem Aleichem, Norman Raeben. ried to a Jewess And to make things worse, the consul, a certain Herr Draege, actually does business with Jews Isadore W. Schless'nger, American born movie magnate and industrialist, was the gentleman who put up the $50,000 prize for the London-to-Johannesburg air race Kuropean Christians who want to avoid Jews while traveling use German boats exclusively Ittamar Romm, 16-yearold -on of Rabbi Romm of Bloomfontein, South Africa, claims to be the world's youngest rabbi He was orda'ned by ten rabbis in Palestine. Political Field The eightieth birthday of Justice Brandeis will be the occasion of a big celebration in November His nephew, Lewis Brande's Wehle. a New York attorney, is named for him Yeshiva College has finally made the grade Abraham S. Guterman of Scranton, Pa., a Yeshiva College graduate, has been named secretary to Judge William Kephart of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court And while we're at it we might introduce you to Samual Brodsky of Tulsa, Okla.. who is Judge Mack's new secretary Political comebacks are not very frequent, but at the age of Til they tire positively rare But Sol I.evitan has just been renominated for state treasurer of Wisconsin, and we don't expect him to lose in the election. About People A Brooklyn Yiddish theatre has hired Thomas La Rue, the world's only colored Jewish chazan Hone Blum, brother of Premier Leon Blum of France, is a successful theatrical impresario "A "Greater Promise" is the title of the new Soviet picture on Birobidjan Remembering "The Land of Promise" as the title of the recent Palestine film, we wonder whether Birobidjan picture's t'tle is supposed to be a subtle knock Hugo Weisgall, a nephew %  >f Meyer Weisgal. ii"producer -if "Th %  • Eternal Road." is conducting an orchestra in Baltimore Mi ie fan who like Ann Preston (Shaindel Kalish to you) will now road about her as Judith Blake, says I>• %  11 Davis in the Chicago Sentinel And Natalie Bodanskaya (formerly Tillie Fiebush), Metropolitan Opera soprano, has changed her monicker to Bodanya in order to avoid confusion with Ina Bourskaya Members of the Y. M. C. A. gave first place to Eddie Cantor in a national popularity contest. (Copyright, 1986, by Seven Arts Feature Syndicate) Swiss Frown on Nazi Leanings Among Naturalized Citizens Dedicate Memorial lo Sophie Irene Loch New York (WNS)—The services of the late Sophie Irene I oeh, social worker and founder and first president of the Child Welfare Board of New York City, were eu logized by Governor Lehman, Mayor La Guardia and Park CornAll you healthy athletic specimens are urged to strut your manly features for the "Y" basketball team, which is presently being formulated with practice sessions being held each Sunday at Flamin: go Park, starting at 2 p. m. missioner Moses at ceremonies acc. mpanyting the dedication of a memorial to her in Central Park. Miss Loeb died in VJi'.K The memorial consists of a granite pediment rising from a pink granite bowl and surmounted by carved groups representing characters of A. ce in Wonderland." ("able Department TinGerman prince who is engaged to marry Princess Juliana, heiress to the throne of Holland. is a Nazi The latest cry of Kuropean anti-Semites is that France had to wait for Yom Kippur before going off the gold standard, because that's the only day when the "international Jewish bankers" weren't on the Alfred Rosenberg, Hitler'.experl on racial purity, had a Jewish. great great-grandmother, a Mongolian as great-grandfather, a French mother and a Latvian grandfather Now, that's what w ci call racial purity The Nazis are ali burned up because they have discovered that their acting consul general in Barcelona is marBerne (WNS)—Becoming increasingly alarmed hy the Nazi prapaganda being spread here by naturalized Swiss citizens of German antecedents, the legislative branch of the Federal Council has asked the executive branch to prepare a law which would make it possible to void the citizenship of naturalized Swiss found guilty of maintaining political connections with their mother countries. South Africa (Jets First Reform Temple Johannesburg i WNS)—Temple Israel, Hie first Reform Jewish %  at ion in South Africa, was J recently opened here in the presence of a distinguished group of Jewish and non-Jewish leaders. Rabbi M. C. Weiler is the spiritual leader. —



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Page Four THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, October 16, 1986 BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL Of Miami 137 N. E. HUh St. Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB II. KAPLAN RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 96 Albacorc Drive 530 X. E. 31st St. Miami Beach i"5 Miami 2-9548 One or both of the Rabbis will be at the Temple every morning throughout the year. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL Las) Sunday morning the Religious School embarked upon ited. ucational venture with very ambitious and i ncouraging Btrides. The assembly, supervised by Rabbi Zwitman, featured a youth service, conducted by members of the Re>us School. Miss Barbara Meyer gavi opening prayer. The services were conducted by Nathan Aronov'tx ;iii(l tin' musical accompaniment was supplied by Miss Marion Fn ette and bir B j were givei y 1 h\ Ka| an, and the entire assembly congratulated Gloria Kirstein and Merton Simon in honor of their The perfect attendance record previous week, which is held by five classes (Primary 1. I liate I and I, and High 2 and I), is indicative of the interest which the children arc showing in cur school. The honors for i he best collec• ek to Pi mary 1. o o GENERAL The Mendelson family were in a quandary. Lou's birthday bad rolled around, and they did not know what type of gift to give him. They finally decided upon a gift, which, in Lou's own words, is "the present I ever got"—they gave him a paid-up year's membership card to Temple Israel. So, too, would like to %  v e a gift hich inot merely a joy tn the reci i\ er, but also a blessin gi\ er, why not follow the example of our weekly true story? Temple Israel i. to begin an annual drh e for A specia ly ii:ard may be the empli foi gifl es. Further information may be received by calling the temple 2-7745. Kaplan gave the first lec. pie* sponsored l>> %  Council uf Jewish Women, and the ra of thi comfhc meet ing was held at K lay morning, ai I • Kl our lecture, to lie given by Rabbi Zwitman will also t %  same placi CONGREGATIONAL I and "He Ain't Done Right by Nell," I president, presided. An interestproved the rabbi's suggestions. an old-fashioned melodrama. ing program was given by Mrs. "The Dance of Empress EuSol Wittenstein, chairman of the The Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid genia," a ballet dance, will also program committee. Mayiy visSociety of Congregation li'nai Isbe a feature of the program. itors were present. After a SOrael will have a card party at I Miss Peggy Schemer will give a cial hour delicious refreshments auditorium Sunday evening. Octorec'tal of modern music. were served by the hostes her isth, at 8 o'clock sharp. ReMembers of the cast arc Doris frcshmc-nts will be served. 'I'll, Thciss. Sylvia Haimowitz, Eunice Mr, Ansel Harris of Miami is members and friends arc urged to Doris, .Mathilda Shane, Minnie visiting his parents, .Mr. and Mrs. attend, as the proceeds will go for Flinbert, Julius Sloat, Elmer SetA. M. Harris. a good cause. zer, Meyer Then.-, Isidore Setzer, Eugene HarinwitZ. Orlando lodge No. 1043, B'nai Mr, and Mrs. A. Robinson iuTickets may be purchased from B'rith, sponsored a stag smoker rived to spend the winter with us. members of the club or at the door. October 6th at the San Juan HoThe public is cordially invited. tel. This affair was given to welThe Judaic Council will have an come all newcomers to Orlando and important meeting on Monday eveMax Witten, a patient of about to give them an opportunity of ning, October 19th, in the auditotwo weeks iii St. Luke's Hospital, getting acquainted. rium of the Congregation B'nai Isis recuperating in the home of his rael. All members are asked to brother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Segal, Mrs. attend. M. 11. Witten, in Riverside. J. Rosen. Mrs. M. Bandel spent Sunday in Gainesville, where they The members of Congregation Irving Kleppcr, son of Mr. and attended the unveiling of the meB'nai Israel will have a special Mrs. Samuel Klepper of Jacksonmoral stone of the late Louis Jameeting October 1 l;b. when the villc. was elected vice-president of i-obson, formerly of Orlando. election of officers will take place. the Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity at the University of Florida, in the Rabbi Adolph Burger of Tampa The Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid chapter's last regular meeting, was a visitor in Orlando recently. Society of the Congregation B'nai Klepper was elected to the position after having served on variIsrael will have a meeting TluiisThe entire community sympaday evening. October 20th, when new officers will be elected. All mis committees and offices 'n the thizes deeply with .Mrs. Joseph Otaternity. At present he is the ten berg and Airs. Sam Haimov'tz members are urged to attend. of the Fourth Esin the recent loss of their beloved late Club, and a member of the mother, Mrs. Sarah Paster. All iard "i il %  Voim ratat the u Orlando Notes Res isl al i( n for the Religious school of Congregation Ohev Sholeili was held recently at the syni The Sunday school is under the supervision of Mrs. Gus Baei and Mrs. L. Jacob. An inagram was presented. Xew York (UN'S) A national v her oved her. Sht was campaign designed to safeguard noble, kindly person, deeply rereligious freedom in America and ligious, always ready to help in help its maintenance in a number any charitable deed or undcrtak,,| other countries is being inauing. gurated by the American League for Religious Liberty, which is headed by George Gordon Battle and includes Governor Herbert II. Lehman among its honorary chairmen. Leaders of the Catholic. Protestant and Jewish relig'ona are active on the executive comi ii • tee of the league, St. Petersburg Notes If ;. IU hapi en to be among the annually puzzled the type of gift you should givi to ;i relative or friend, your troubles are over! If ... if you will follow the example of this true Jacksonville News egular meeting of the held in I rVii d or Hot i were eli %  Dr. LeonID Grunthal was re-elected I iii Finkelstein was : Ii. .M. I'el. %  i % %  ;, un and recording try, and W. S. Rosenberg coreeretary. as ii ased its memire than 100 per cent i • year and quite a %  of acth ty is expected for the iason. Extensive plans are being made for the annual Thanksgiving dance and the Sew Year's ball. The social season will probably start with ail. %  en affair, followed !i ikers, soires and dam e ill branch of the in-, of Helta Phi Epsi• he home of M'ss Jeanices, Ti mph Israi I, 137 N. I % % %  N"i tei nth ,-t.. Friday evening ':! %  "' O'I lock. I". Jacob II. Ka| and Rabbi ii in \\ ill speak on y? Are 1'raycrs Anil. oi iffice wa hi Id. Misi K laniei i presii.ent; Mrs. Sidnej Segal, idem ; Miss Mai' Klepj ette 0 • ; he %  s meeting the member of the sorority en. oyed in idge. i I e was made iss Hattie Slott. neetii g of the I 'elta n will be held in the of Mis Malvina Kleppcr on Congregation B'nai Israel Rabi M. Baumel will conduct the serv. %  %  i.. i explained the meaning '" F idaj evening, October of "The Feast of Tabernacle" or l6 *h, at • o'clock, with a sermon %  -." Mr. I. Friedman dison "The Near Last." Saturday .ussed the "Significance of Suemornini a at 1>, with a erh and the 'Esrog'." A volunmon on "The Three Brothers." The ontribution was given by the Sun.a; Octobi of the Sunday school to '8th al 10 a. m. VII children are needy children of the comasked to come and gister early. \ unity. After registration-, thi children visited the Succah, erectRabbi M. Baumel addressed the % %  ..) %  of the synag ( %  and each child was given fruit by 11 1 -'*%  ; general co-operation. the !.. die Aux liar) of C : %  • • %  consists of a • ilem and the SisIfeat many active young womi I of 1 B I' id a ivi %  resent. /OC DOrhl< octnuway Pit.. ) I POUND H.I.I. M O IE L PAT! E N If HO ML Of J OI O When you're nervous they tell you to relax Easy advice to give, but mighty hard to follow. You will find it much easier to relax—to overcome Sleeplessness. Nervous Irritability. Restlessness, Nervous Headache after you take DR. MILES' %  ERVIINE DR. MILKS NERVINE is a well known nerve sedative Although the formula from which it was made has been in use for nearly 60 vears no better medicine for a tense, ovcr-wr'oucht D^Wtl S TF5 n NPi?viM8?c vcr bcen Prescribed. UK. MILES NERVINE is as up-to-date as this mornings paper. At all drug stores. Large bottle or package — $1.00. MnaJI bottle or package—23 cents. IN LIQUID OR TABLET FORM



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Friday, October 16, 1936 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Society An important meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held next Tuesday evening, October 20th, at 8 o'clock. All members and friends are urged to attend. Plans of the congregation for the erection of a Talmud Torah will be explained. • • Louis Aronowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Aronowitz, long time residents of this city, will become Bar Mitzva Saturday morning, October 17th, at services in Beth David Synagogue. Louis will recite the Haftoro and speak briefly n English, following which Rabbi Max Shapiro of the congregation will preach. The parents of the Bar Mitzva will be hosts at a reception to the worshipers and their friends in Beth David Talmud Torah hall, following the services. All relatives and friends are invited to attend. No cards will be issued. Mr. and Mrs. Charles TannenI'auni entertained members of their immediate families and friends at a reception in their home last Sunday night in celebration of the Bar Mitzva of their son, Stanley. Dancing and singing were enjoyed and at midnight a buffet luncheon was served. An important meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Weifare Bureau will be held next Monday, October 19th, at 2 p. m. in the Mark Store, to which all members and friends are invited. This Is the first meeting of the current season. A general meeting of the entire membership of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held on Sunday evening, October 18th, at the synagogue, 1545 S. W. Third st. A report of the past year's activities will be presented and plans for the erection of the new Talmud Torah will be discussed. Following the business meeting a social hour will be held and refreshments will be served. All members and those desiring lo join are extended B cordial invitation to attend. Congratulations are being received by Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Cohen of Vero Beach, Fla., on the birth of a son last Friday. Mother and so nare resting nicely. Mrs. Cohen is the former May Rosenthai of Miami. The first meeting of the Bible (lass sponsored by the Miami chapter of the National Council of Jewish Women was held Tuesday and was addressed by Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan, who inaugurated the series of lectures. The next meeting will be held at Kaplan Hall on Tuesday morning, October 20th, at 10 o'clock, and will be addressed by Rabbi Colman Zwitman, who will speak during the next four meetings. All Miamians are invited to attend these lectures, which are without charge. • The Miami chapter of the National Council of Jewish Women is sponsoring the first social event of the season in the form of a dinner dance on Sunday evening, October 25th, at the Royal Palm Club. The proceeds will be used for philanthropic projects, for which the national organization was organized. Mrs. Ralph Neufeld, president of the local chapter, announces that Mrs. F.lry Stone is chairman and will accept reservations for this event, which may be made by mail to 1020 S. W. Twenty-third ave., or by phoning 2-4420. t Mr. A. Bramson, well known local musician, is sponsoring a musical concert on Sunday evening, November 15th, at 8:15 o'clock, in Beth David Talmud Torah hall. A 12-piece orchestra will lie heard and prominent artists will participate. Full details will appear in in early issue. The engagement of Miss Ann Weiner, daughter of Cantor and Mrs. Harris Weiner of Hartford, Conn., to Mr. Jenkins K. Cohen, prominent business man of Miami, was announced by her parents this week. Miss Weiner attended NewYork and Hartford schools and has been a winter visitor to Miami for the past several seasons. She is a sister of Mr. Milton Weiner, prominent citizen of this city. Mr. Cohen is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Cohen of New Haven, Conn., one of the most prominent families of that city. The marriage will take place shortly. • Mrs. Ella Cromer, long time resident of Miami, announces the engagement of her daughter, Rose, to Mr. Emmanuel Weinkle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Weinkle and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weinkle, prominent in the communal work of this community. Miss Cromer is one of the popular members of the younger Jewish social set and has been active in local communal work. The wedding will be an event of Sunday evening, November 1st, at the home of the bride's mother, with Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David Congregation officiating. Among the events being planned in honor of the bride are a lingerie shower next TuesPsge Five day evening by Mrs. Leo Chaikin, a miscellaneous shower by Miss Jeanette Seligman and a kitchen shower by Mesdames Harold Tobin and Jasper Cromer. Jewish News Around the The World's Ask Aid for Christian German Refugees New York (WNS)—Expressing gratitude for the relief extended by Jewish organizations to Christian refugees from Germany, a group of Christian clergymen and laymen meeting in conference at the Riverside Church launched an appeal for $400,000 to aid non-Jewl ish victims of the Nazi regime. The conference decided to send a let; ter to all Christian clergymen appealing for funds and adopted a resolution urging American ChrisI tians to a'd the Christian refugees. and hampering circumstances. The cordial co-operation between them (the army, the navy and the aircraft) have enabled the inflicting of many severe blows upon the rebels and have made possible the maintenance of all essential services. Our thanks are due to the Palestine police, without whose loyal co-operation many of our efforts would have been fruitless. It is to be hoped that the campaign of murder and banditry will now cease. For some time, however, it will be necessary for all ranks to keep themselves in readiness for instant action in support of law and order. I feel sure that the three services co-operating under my command will maintain the high reputation they have already es-. tablished and the courtesy and consideration/ they have shown the Palestine inhabitants in assisting them in the restoration of more normal conditions." Tampa Notes TAMPA Y. M. H. A. NOTES .erusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency, Expressing the hope that the campaign of murder and banditry which Palestine has witnessed for the past six months would be ended with the cessation of the Arab general strike, Lieutenant General j John G. Dill, commander-in-chief of Palestine's military forces, asked, however, that the army, navy and air forces keep themselves ready for instant action if violence should recur. The general's warning was part of the order which he issued as his first official proclamation since his arrival here, and which reads: "The strike and armed rebellion have been called off unconditionally by the Arab higher committee as of today. This result is due in great measure to the resolute and energetic action of the three services in spite of the difficult Addis Ababa (WNS)—Carlo VIterbo, prominent Jewish leader from Rome, has been appointed government commissioner for the Jewish community of Ethiopia by Viceroy Rudolfo Graziano. The viceroy also issued a decree ordering all Jews in Ethiopia, including the Falashas, to join The dramatic department of the "Y" will be directed by Miss Gertrude Michael, formerly of Chattanooga, Tenn. Miss Michael will conduct classes for adults and children in dramatic art, publicspeaking and diction, special attention to be given to the correction of defective speech. A reception will be tendered Miss Michael at the Y. M. H. A. auditorium, at which time she will give a number of readings, assisted by musical talent, on Sunday evening, October 25th. The general public will be welcome on this occasion. The schedule of classes in the gym follows: Junior boys, Monday and Wednesday afternoons, 3:30 to 4:30; Junior girls, 4:30 to 5:30. Midget boys, Tuesday and Thursday afternoons, 3:30 to 4:30. Midget girls, Tuesday and Thursday afternoons, 4:30 to 5:30. Seniors (boys), Monday and Thursday evenings, X to 9:30. Business and professional men's class, Tuesdays, 8 to 9:30. Women's night, Wednesday— Seniors. 7:30 to 8:30; Matrons, 8:30 to 9:30. m n DR. R. S. AKERS DENTIST 1746 N. W. 36th St. Closed Saturdays. Ph. 2-2131 ;:;AHERN FUNERAL HOBTCX FRANCIS A HERN, Pies. X 1349 West Flagler'Street : : Telephone 2-2211 X AMBULANCE SERVICE v .rDo< White Oak Leather LADIES' HEELS 15c HALF SOLES 50c ATLAN1IC SHOE SHOP 210 N. E. First Avenue Opp. Cortez Hotel M. L. MARCUS CO. Office Supplies and Furniture I), si,-.. Chairs, Files, Printing LOWEST CASH PRICES 41 N. E. First St. Ph. 2-1661 NORTHWEST FURNITURE CO. A. KRONENFELD, Prop. Vote The \5tratght DEMOCRATIC Tick et (I'aid Political Advrrtiarmrn! I F. C. AST ELECTRIC CO. Home and Office 1910 West Ave. MIAMI BEACH Phone .-1-3917 We carry the largest and (*| ^ most complete stock of new d used furniture in Miami. J 73-79 N. W. 36th St. We purchase all Moore Furniture Co. used furniture. Phone 2-8356 We Buy, Sell, Exchange and Ren t Furnit ure for the Season <">< >"< >o< >r > n<—O n ALVIN WALDER hen you need a Mohel and want to be sure that the cir'im.-i-.ion will comply with ritual requirements, as well as protect the health of your child, b; certain to call RABBI B. D. MENDELL Recognized as Greater Miami's Leading Mohel Phones 2-8760—3-2279 Everything in Awnings and Canvas EAGLE AWNING AND CANVAS CO., INC. 108 N. E. 40th St. Phone 3-2263 Invites You to the AUTO RADIO SALES & SERVICE 1233 N. E. 2ND AVE. A complete line of Auto and House RADIOS Easy Terms Small Down Payments IT IS A PLEASURE To Be of Service to Our Many Jewish Friends "Home Milk" is happy to announce the installation of 'precision equipment" for the manufacture and control of DRY COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM and similar milk by-products to meet the requirements of the Jewish trade of Greater Miami. You are invited to visit our plant to observe the operation before selecting your winter supply. Miami Home Milk Producers Association 769 N. W. EIGHTEENTH TERRACE Phone 2-7696



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rage Six THE JEWISH FLOKIDIAN Friday, October 16, 1936 At the Gainesville Notes "I Stand Condemned," the erful drama of love and espionage in World War Russia, which comes to the TivoW Theatre, starting Sunday, boasts three stars who promise to become favorites of American filmgoers. It marks the debut of Harry Baur, France's leading film actor, Laurence Olivier and Penelope Dudley-Ward arc featured with Baur in this London film, which iasthim as a wealthy Russian war profiteer who finds himself in a position where hi' ear. son 1 the young soldier sweetheart of ancee before a firing squad. Highlights of the film are a huge Russian cabaret scene, a scene in a luxurious gambling casino and a gripping trial scene. Comedy, melodrama and romance are mixed lavishly in "Florida Special," which opens Sunday at the Seventh Avenue Theatre, with Jack Oakie and Sally Eilers in the '.. ad %  Oakie plays the role of a devilmay-care new spa po r t er. Kei • Taylor, wealth) playboy companion, on a a %  >und for I he sum j South. desert his newspaei to accompany the youth, who thin heart is broken by a ti : romance. On the trip Oakie accidentally runs into a sen! that prov< the s< of the year foi his newspaper. Sally Eilers is the hi Last Sunday afternoon a B'nai B'rith lodge was organised here in the synagogue building, under the direction and advice of Prof. Joseph Weil of the University of Florida. Formal elections will be held shortly and the organization completed. Mr. Hyman s. Jacobs, first Wee-president of the District Grand Lodge No. ">. and Mr. Milton A. Friedman of Miami spoke. In the evening a meeting was held at the university in the Students' Union building, where a temporary organization was effected for a Jewish Students' Union at the university. The organization will be governed by a hoard of eight, four of whom will be non-fraternity members and two each will be chosen from the Tau Epsilon Phi and the Phi Beta Delta fraternities, The students were addressed by Messrs. Jacobs and Friedman and Dr. II. K. Johnson, religious : %  tor of the university. Nonfraternity members named are Da vid Deckowitz, Melvin Lobel and Max Baer. Philip Selber, one of the students, presided. The first meeting of the students will be held in the synagogue building on Friday evening, October 23rd. An invitation has been extended to Rabbi Colman Zwitman of Temple Israel. Miami, to conduct the initial services and speak Sunday fol. lowing at the university. Claude Gillingwater the eccentric millionaire. Frances Drake is his Others in featured roles in the unusual east are Sam (Schlepperman) Hearn of radio fame. J. Farrell MacDonald and Sidney Blackmer. SCHRAGER'S, Inc. "Highest Type Prescription Pharmacy" With a Record of More T TEN YEARS OF FAITHFUL SERVICE Ann.unices the Addition of a Complete Liquor Department With a full line of Domestic and Imported Liquors. Wines and Liqueurs at reasonable prices 1001 W. FLAGLER ST. l'HONES 2-0707—2-9793 GREYHOUND LINES I FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION pL "1 G1 •) | ALL NORTHBOUND BUSSES LEAVE FROM "• 0"lOlZ M GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH SIS Washington Avenue |i The World's Window (Continued from I'nge 1) By LUDWIG LEWISOHN say might irritate some Gentile. Or some assimilationist Jew. So it might ... I am poor. 1 drive several trades to exist half way decently. There is one thing more, one other circumstance which Johan Smertenko eloquently pointed out in "Opinion" some years ago. I have risked and probably lost the illusory satisfaction -i.-it there is in posthumous fame. Gentile historians of literature will not even in democratic cultures admit that rJjGUST BROS Ry^ 1 L£" IS the REST! a Jew writing as a Jew and of Jews is or can have been within that culture of equal value with their own writers or those who Beemed to strive to be at one with them. I have lost the world, present and future. Have I gained the Jewish people? Have I gained their support and their memory? Time will show. If my choice had to be made over again 1 would make the same choice. And that would be no virtue in me. For being what I am. believing as I do, I could make no other choice. You remember the old saying of Buffon: the style is the man. I add an even deeper and truer one: The choice is the man. I had almost forgotten Mr. C. A. Rubenstein of Baltimore. Let us all forget him and all the others of his kidney. The drama of life is in its great choices. The wisdom of life is in abiding happily by one's characacteristic choices. Would I give up (if I could) my great choices for the combined income of the Lippmans and the Ferbers and all the purveyors of strictly American entertainment? I would not. Emeth W'emunah khol-Koth. Amen. (Copyright, l!.'i<>, by Seven Arts Feature Syndicate) ONLY RECOGNIZED RABBIS in the Greater Miami area are members of the Jewish Ministerial Board. They are Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan of Temple Israel, Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom of Beth Jacob, Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David and Rabbi Colman Zwitman of Temple Israel. BOBBINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL WORKS Responsible Roofers Since 1919 Inspection and Estimates Free 222 N. W. 26th St. Phone 2-8705 TW CHEVROLET 1937 Jrie (^omplete Can.CWrLptetelij T(eur >


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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Began in 1927?
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-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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wJemsf] Floridiai in
Cohhwng Y/he Jhswiislh (Uiniilty
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1936
Price Five Cents
THE WORLD'S WINDOW
Counter-Attack
By LUDWIG LEWISOHN
.... Tr' Leaders Urge Zionists Form
With Impunity Inter-Faith Meet Miami District
The adage thai ;i "burnt child Birmingham (NCJC)Southern Beth David auditorium was
dreads the fire" does not seem to church and social leaders are cam- filled to capacity las! Tuesday
hold true with the "kosher" hutch- paigning in favor of holding a night at the ZionisI meeting held
ArtaUIFtSr "ESStSi. *&&.....led world calls material advan-'Md "ko8her" hotel kwPere of mooting which will be Dixie's for the purpose of reawakening
auction in whoi or in part rtrictiy for- tane." The poison i.- out and the ,r*a' ""'-v never Beem '" counterpart of tin- recent confer- Miami Jewry to the problems of
Wddjn. Any infrinm.nt will b. pro-c-1 gentleman M writu.n nimBeif learn the lesson of, shall we call it ence held at Lawrence College, Ap- Palestine of today. Mr. Isaac
"simple honesty"-.' Even now, at pleton, Wis., by Protestants, Jew- Levin, vice-chairman of the dis-
(he very beginning of the season, and Catholics. trict, introduced Rabbi Max Sha-
we have been advised that some While the movement is not yet. oiro. who presided. Among the
himself
down.
In the Jewish Times of Balti- "'' doesn't, you see, know what
a gentleman named C. A.
conviction is nor how it
that is trivial. What is nt so know the Process even from the"' "wwcning inese .tesire.i ends. Henry M. Edmonds, minister of ol, -A Christian Looks at Zioil-
trivial, on account of the ugly and u,si'k'; '< has evidently never haP- According to Jewish laws, as we ;,h" w},h'}y ,k,""w,n ^ndependml ism." An appeal by Rabbi Max
num-
rgan-
common processes Involved, is the Pened to him. All he can imagine are advised by our rabbi*, on,- P|esbyterian Church, Birmingham; Shapiro resulted in a large t
method of the attack, its tech- fe as a counter in a shop with must give a warning to malefac- D*"; w-PKm> editor of the Nash- ber of members joining the or
nique, its spirit. One heats things
like that whispered behind one's
hack and one wonders at the pos-
sibilities of human nature. Here,
now, we have the Ugly thinjr in
the open.
The first symptom of this sort
of thing is, of course, on the more
superficial side, misquotation and
misrepresentation by the cheap
and simple method of tearing
words and brief phrases out of
their context and making them
ideas on the counter and you or | trs ,, are about to do some-
me there trying to "skin" God. thing wrong. Thanks to a number
That is hi> notion >( how convic- 0f public spirited citizens of this
tions are come by. That is the area,, funds haVC been provided
notion which he attributes to me i,ich. though not sufficient, will
and probably t.. others. suffice to begin. These funds ill
Well, I am not sorry that one be used to defray the costs of de-
of the whisperers has written him- tective service, legal counsel and
self down. There are not many similar expenses for the purpose
of his kind. There are some. I f bringing prosecutions against
have seen it in glances, heard it violators of existing kosher laws
in intonations ... If I had been jn Miami and Miami Bsatlh The
able to choose according to mete Jewish Ploridian believes that one
say something which in the orig- wo,1,ll-v advantage in my time and r two of these prosecutions will
ilial text they did not say. So Mr.
Rubenstein quotes isolated words
and phrases, sharper, of course, on
country. I would scarcely have suffice to serve as a warning to
chosen this cause. I will now an ,|,.sis( fnini ,he contemptible ,
briefly tell you what my identifi- practices that some of our butchers Chicago, who sad: We must not
ville Christian Advocate; Bishop Nation. Cantors Hayman, Mam-
I'aul B. Kern of the Southern ches and Schlachman sang several
Methodist Church; Rabbi Morris numbers and Mis- Adele Segall
New-field of Temple Emmanu-EI, gave readings from Chaim Nach-
Brimingham, and Father Eugene man Bialik. Elections for officers
B. Sands of Alabama. resulted in Rabbi Max Shapiro be-
Though widely differing as t. ing chosen chairman. Sidney Segal
doctrine, these key men in South- first vice-chairman, Isaac Levin
em church circles are in unani- second vice-chairman, N;,than Ad-
mOUS accord that the need for their lelman secretary, Leo Robin80n
meeting is even greater than that treasurer and Rabbis Jacob IL Kap-
which caused the meeting at Law-Man, David I. Rosenbloom and Col-
rence College in August. man Zwitman honorary vice-pres-
In voicing the idea for a similar idents. Members of the executive
conference, those favoring the plan board will be tunned shortly.
have quoted Rabbi Louis Mann of ---------------------------
account of that isolation, and says ICat,0n with '">' >"'"',k' Rnd '"> *m' hotel keepers have been guil- tnl M**/* '" "fqpm so much Welti}^ KUreaU
> of. To j,jame Qffjcerg
who are not Zionists. Of course,
I did no such thing. I wrote an
article some weeks ago, as some
readers will remember, on the five-
children in Tel Aviv wounded by
an Arab bomb. In connection
therewith and with a saying of a
friend of mine which I quoted I
fell to wondering about certain
Jews who take no interest of any
kind in their people and its fate. 1
spoke of those "rich and reputable
strength of the Zionist cause has We have common foe which we
done for me. ^ *' '* thankful to Rabbi Ros- all must fight and we must fight
It has isolated me as an Amor- enbloom of .Miami Reach, and to a 'I together. That foe takes the
lean man of letters. And it is as "Umber of other public spirited form of poverty, unemployment,
such that I must cam my bread, citiiens, for their help. We pledge corruption, war and crime, but in
Subtly, but surely, without open a <"i""i>aign Jhis .lominir season every case it is the same: human
unkindness, all the old colleagues lhat wi" sh,,w 'he world at large exploitation. It is our job to throw
and friends, with one possible ex- iintl ""' resident* and tourists of oul a united front against it, what-
ception, have withdrawn them- thia area that the vart majority of ever its form."
selves. They simply do not un- ",lr People are law-abiding, honest Goal Outlined
derstand; they count me lost. Hence an(l a,'rpnl- A goal of the campaigners for
I am shut out from helpfulness, ,., |his s(,rv,, as n((li(.(.
The annual meeting of the Jew-
ish Welfare Bureau, at which elec-
tion of officers will be held and
reports of the year's work will be
presented, will take place Monday
evening, October 19th, at Kaplan
Hall at 8 o'clock. Consideration of
an amendment to the by-laws of
and clever and able and gifted comradeship, a hundred opportu- butchers and hotel keepers that
Jews who are Jewishly inactive,
who keep Jewish news out of their
i onsciousness," and it is these peo-
ple whom I analyzed as essentially
"irreligious" men and it is of them
that I said, they who think they
are free are "slaves in Mizraim,"
not we who love our people and
work for it. I am glad to repeat
that observation. It is so true.
Well, I was sorrowing, as anyone
could see who had eyes, over the
loss of, let us say, Walter Lipp-
man, Waldo Frank, Elmer Rice to
their people. This, Mr. Rubinstein
turns into heaping insults on non-
Zionists.
But she angry gentleman's ani-
nities that come from the fellow- thai must
ship of groups. No book club ever |
looks at a book of mine. .No eil- -----'-'------- w.
itor's mind clicks when he thinks
of me. "Oh, he's gone so Jewish,
you know ." My criticism,
which is of small importance, is
occasionally commended. My nov-
els, because predominantly Jew-
ish, my true life work, are treated
with silence ... In the world of
by the rules.
52,000 Members
Now in Hadassah
New York (WNS)A member-
the organization by which a free
this meeting is summed up as i loan division will be formed is one
"having here in the South one < of the important matters before
large prosperous middle class, in- this meeting. Members of the
stead of a minority in this class Jewish Welfare Bureau and the
acting as buffer between a still general public are urged to at-
smaller group of great wealth and tend.
ji great majority who live starved,
undign'fied lives of abject want,
as textile employes, or as tenant
farmers."
Though many vicious forms of ,
Treasury Removes
Fascist Employee
New York (WNS)Hubert Wil.
ship increase of ti,r>00 during the intolerance are rampant in the
past year, the largest Increase in South, it is hoped by these men
American letters 1 am regarded the history of the organization, is I that inter-faith education may be lard Eldred, an employee in a lo-
with chill respect. I might have reported by Hadassah, women's carried on among the college bred cal C. s. treasury department of-
lieen a cross between Walter Lipp-1 Zionist group, which now numbers men and women, and by degrees fice, has been suspended from his
man and Fanny Hurst. Do you 52,000 members in its senior and carried to the more provincial duties following disclosure of his
see me syndicated or "filmed"? junior divisions. Mrs. Alexander minded. activity in organising a Fascist
Do you suppose Zionists buy my I Lamport of Mt. Vernon, national ..... .... Rroup. called the National Veter-
books? I edited "Rebirth," a mod- j membership chairman, explains
ern Zionist Bible. My publishers the large increase by the stimula-
"( : '---fertilization of all cul-
mus is better seen in other pas- L. c ..
. ., lost money on it and so did I. But turn of Zionist interest due to the
-ages m his letter. It is symptom. I ,. __._ r* I __.___* i i
atic of him and his kind that of W0Uld ''.",'
was my job.
all I have written he knows only
that comparatively unimportant
book, "Up Stream" and not "The
Last Days of Shylock" or "This
People"; in connection with that
he repeats a piece of gossip which
is false and then plunges on to the
passage he had in mind all along:
"It is not unreasonable to suppose
that you have gained in your trans-
lation to Eretz Israel what a hard-
I would do it right over again. It
All the prizes of the world are
elsewhere. Even not a few small
Jewish ones. I lose lectures be-
fore certain types of Jewish or-
ganizations. They are those that
pay best; they are those who think
Zionism as I conceive it, as a phi-
losophy of life, extreme and not
yet quite proper. What I might
(Continued on Page 6)
present emphasis on the need of
establishing a secure haven for
.lews in Palestine.
Plans for the 22nd annual con-
vention of Hadassah, to be held
at Philadelphia from October 18th
to 21st, include the discussion of
an extensive program of Jewish
adult education in the Un'ted
States. 2,000 delegates and vis-
itors from 45 states are expected
to attend the gathering.
tins' Reserve Corps, during the
tares as advocated at the Lawrence ; hours at whi(.h he wa, sup d t0
conference would be dangerous havfl b(H,n engaged with his offi-
here now, due to the peculiar sit- cia) duties- The whk.h E,_
nation we have but a new tech- | dred m organizing was dedicated
ntque to accomplish the same end to t0mbating the menace of the
is certainly in order," Bishop Kern
has said. He agrees with Dr. E.
W. Blakeman of the University of
Michigan that most colleges are
missing an excellent chance to en-
courage inter-faith education.
The suggestion that there be a
chair of Judaism and a chair of
Catholicism in southern universi-
ties, where the atmosphere is main-
"growing influence of reds and
Jews" in this country.
ly Protestant, was rejected by
southern Protestants, Jews and
Catholics alike as premature in
this section. The motive behind
the suggestion was endorsed by
all, however.
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Paee Two
THE JEWISH Fl.ORIDIA.N
Friday, October 16, 1936
At services Saturday morning,
October 17th, beginning at 8:30
o'clock, Beth David Synagogue will
observe two Bar Mitzvo ceremo-
nies. Louis Aronowitz, the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Aronowitz,
and Murray Miller, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. S. B. Miller, will become
Bar Mitzvo. The usual blessings
and Haftoros w'll be recited, fol-
lowed by Bar Mitzvo addresses.
Rabbi Max Shapiro of the congre-
gation will officiate and speak. A
i eceptlon in Beth David Talmud
T >rah Hall will follow the serv-
ices.
*
Miss Gertrude shaft' was hostess
to the Onyx Klub at her home re-
cently when plans wen- made for
ition of officers at the next
meeting. Miss Rose Dubler, Miss
Mildred Ruben and .Miss Gladys
Greenberg were appointed on a
committee to make arrangements
for the ^installation banquet on
November lth.
Nominees are: President, Miss
Evelyn Marks. Miss Dubler, Miss
Ruthye Bernstein; vice-president,
-. Shirley Kosenthal, Miss Ev-
Marks, -Miss Dubler, Miss
Jeanette Mintzer; secretary, Miss
Ik! Moss, Miss Greenberg, Miss
ks; treasurer, Miss Greenberg,
Mintzer and Miss Bernstein.
* *
Miss Millicent Rubin, whose
marriage to Leonard Beldner will
an event of next month, was
plimented at a dessert-bridge
Miss Miller Sunday at her

The house was decorated with
imnal flowers and guests were
group of Miss Rubin's close
friends.
Mrs. Nat L. Williams entertained
a kitchen shower in honor of
the bride-elect on Wednesday eve-
ning at her home.
Many other social courtesies are
being planned between now and
the wedding date.
* *
Miss Dora Rosenhouse, promi-
nent in dramatic arts, announce?
opening of the Dora Rosen-
School of Dramatic Arts at
1501 N. W. Fourteenth st. and
1625 8. W. Fifteenth st.. Miami,
and 527 Meridian ave., Miami
i.t-aelt. Miss Rosenhouse, who has
ved prominence in this field,
ently returned to the city after
having served as director of child
. amatics in the Lebanon Country
Club in Connecticut, and having
taken ;i special teacher's training
course at the Whitehead School
of Dramatics in Steinway Hal!,
New York. Attention is being paid
to individual requirements and the
fees are exceptionally reasonable.
* B
Mr. David Friedman will be in-
structor at Beth David Talmud
Torah under the direction of Rabbi
Max Shapiro. Registration for
children continues daily from 3:30
to 5:30 p. m.. and all desiring to
attend are urged to come to the
Talmud Torah as soon as possible.
! O-
e|
SOCIETY >
evening, October 30th, at 7:45
o'clock. Mrs. M. B. Little will read
one of the latest Broadway hits.
Admission will be one dollar per
couple.
Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom will years. l>ook as a memento of the event. Schrager's, Inc., one of the old-
eave next Monday morning for Mr. Alexander came to Miam' All the proceeds will be used for est prescription pharmacies in this
Denver, Col., to attend the unveil- :, vears aeo from Macon, Ga. this purpose. Prizes will be award-j area, at 1001 W. Flagler st., with
ing of the tombstone to the mem-
ory of his mother, which will take
place on Monday, October 26th.
Rabbi Rosenbloom will return on
October 30th.

The first late Friday evening
services of Beth David Congrega-
At present he is engage
ness in West Palm Beach.
The wedding will take place No-
vember 1st at the home of the
bride-elect's parents.

The I adics' Auxiliary of the Jew-
l ed for high scores and refresh- a record of more than ten years'
ments will be served. The public service to the community, an-
is urged to attend.
tion will begin Friday evening, Oc- ish v-'llfa,p BuiCiU! i* sponsoring |[nme M|Jk ,,roducers Association
tober SOth, at 8 o'clock. Cantor a dessert bridge at 12:30 P. n. on jg ingta, precision equipment
Louis Dayman, assisted by Beth Tuesday, October 27th, at.the home
David choir, will chant the services, "'" Mrs- "' A' ***Ut. l*3 S: *'
nounces the addition of a splen-
didly equipped liquor department
at the same address. This Wfli
To meet the requirements of the ; done to meet the demands of the
continually growing Jewish popu- many customers of Schrager's and
lation of this area, the Miami will supply another link in the
chain of service that the firm is
justly famous for.
with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiat-
ing.
Friends nnd guests of Junior Ha-
dassah are invited to attend its
meeting on Monday evening, Oc-
tober 19th, at Beth' David Talmud lic is invited to atte?dl
Torah.
Miss Ida Safer is chairman for
't'n,' evening and will present Mark
Max, who will speak on his "Mem-
. i.s of Theodore He.t/.el." Joe its rummage store.
Kwart will offer a group of vocal ic "f. the bU,rCaU wU1 b''mK
to provide dry cottage cheese and
similar daily products to suit th"
Jewish taste, '.n invitation is ex-
tended to the Jewish population to
visit the plant of the company to
watch the production of their
Adler. with whom reservations tor whoU.si>im. (la.y pri|llcts
this event may be made. The pu>>-
* *
Tenth st., for the benefit of its
welfare work. Mrs. Richter, who
is chairman, will be assisted by
Mesdames S. N. Halpert and R. R.
for
The Jewish Welfare Bureau re-
quests that cast-off clothing
contributed to the organization for
A call to the
The Miami chapter of Senior 11a-
ij_ dassah is sponsoring its first af-
fair of the season, a play reading
at the home of Mrs. Harry Rubin,
1736 S. W. Ninth st.. Wednesday
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ions during the evening.
Miss Safer, who is J. N. F. chair-
man of Junior Hadassah, will have
two brief outlines given of the
J. X. I-', work that the Miami unit
: Junior Hadassah is doing.
someone for the clothes.
Mrs. Ida Optner, president of
the Ladies' Auxiliary, Jewish Wel-
fare Bureau, has gone- to Chicago
i n a vacation, where she- will visit
her brothers. Joseph H.. Saul B. vited to '"'"'
and Arthur E. Optner. She will
be their truest at the Medina Club
and will returi. to Miami in time
for the welfare installation ban-
quet of the bureau scheduled for
November 11th.
The regular daily gym classes
sponsored by the Jewish Welfare
Bureau Ladies' Auxiliary, under
the direction of Bertha Berkowich
l.,\y. is being held every morning
at 1> o'clock at the tennis courts
of Mrs. s. X. Halpert. A nominal
fee is charged, which goes to the
bureau's work. The public i> in-
Next Tuesday. October 20th, the
University of Miami students will
form a Jewish Students' Union at
mom 202 of the university at 12:30
o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Palmer. Mr-,
'van I'allot and Mr. Albert Pall it
More than eighty members have
been obtained for the local B'nai
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I STAND CONDEMNED
will sponsor a bridge party for the B'rith L'"lut' in i,s cPai*n for
I enefit of the Lovaltv Club Aux- 250 members, t'"lt th<' meeting
iliary of F.munah chapter Xo. IT.".. '"' the Supreme Grand Lodge ex-
o. E. s.. Tuesday, October 20th. Kative committee may be held in
at the home of Mr. and Mr-. Sri- Miami durin* '"nia,V Members
ney H. Palmer. 1671 Nocat. "f thc ^>h>V campaign com-
Coconul Grove, at B ... m. There mittee ','l>",', enthiwuMiw: recep-
will be prizes and refreshments. tiona '" their workl Th'' commit-
The public is invited. tee eona Bta of: Chairman, E. Al-
bert Pallot; honorary chairmen.
The marriage of Mi88 Muriel '"uis Gor'
Rauch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stone- William Friedman, George
Norman Rauch, to Dr. Irving Gor- Feuer and Dr" Frank Corot- TeiU"
don. took place Sunday at the captains are: lean, l Ben Levine;
home of the bride's parents. 729 2- M' L' Marcu: :5- Han>'
Espanola way, Miami Beach. A S,hwam: 11,'ll,'v S' Nadelweiss;
luncheon at the Cafe de la Paix at B' Harr>' Ryvisj ,;- Milton Fried-
the Roney Plaza Hotel followed ",an: 7' "* Adelmani 8, E.
the ceremonv Gordon: D, J. Louis Shochet and
' 10, R. R. Adler.
The newly organized Sioga fra-
ternity met recently to discuss so- Dail-V religious classes are be-
cial activities for the coming sea- '"K fon son. Plans for a Halloween partv Orthodox Congregation with Mr.
were discussed and a committee F- Gor<|on ln charge, pending the
was appointed to make further ar- iirmal in M,anu of the ^"Krega-
langements. Hvmen Ruben is tion'8 ncw rabbK Those desiring
chairman, assisted bv Abe Berko-' to attend are ured to register
witz, Larry Schwartz and Hv Web. (iailv excePt Saturday and Sunday
from 3:30 to 5:30 p. m.
*
One of the big events of the cur-
rent season is the benefit bridge
sponsored by Beth David Sister-
hood Sunday evening, October 18,
at 8 o'clock, in Beth David audi-
torium. Admission is seventy-five
cents, the cost of a prayer book
for the Friday evening services.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Goldberg an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Miss Myrtle Goldberg, to
' rry Alexander, son of Mr. and
Mrs. X. Alexander.
Miss Goldberg graduate-! 1 from
Miami Senior High school in thc
ciass of 1033 tend has been a resi- I Purchasers of the ticket- will have
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER Hi. 1936
Vol. 9No. 12
MIAMI
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
Tin' dance and frolic, held re-
cently at the Royal Palm Club,
was successful through the efforts
of B. B. B. and his entertainers,
plus the assist-
ance of Milton
Friedman and
Boris Schlach-
man.
Manager Max
Goldstein of the
diamondball team
was honored by
his team members with a beauti-
ful trophy.
The Proper Approach
In organizations which seek to interest the general pub-
lic in their work one will note the willinj-ness, nay. the eager-
ness, of their officials to attract the general public. Every
effort is made to obtain the membership and then further
effort is made to get these new members into the ranks of
active workers and officers. In such organizations MEM-
BERSHIP CAMPAIGNS ARE HF5U) PRIOR TO ELEC-
TIONS and NOT AFTER ELECTIONS.
We want to commend the officers of the 15'nai H'rith
lotl-se in Miami and the reorganized Zionist District for this
spirit of seeking co-operation and not repellinu the help of
the general public. The result is evident. Today B'nai
H'rith is making a membership drive, though the election
for officers will not be held until December. It is evident
that R'nai H'rith officers in this area hold the principles of
the organization far above personal selfish ambitions- It is
the advancement of the purposes and ideals of B'nai H'rith
which they seek. Hence they fear not the loss of offices.
The same thing is true of the reorganized Zionist District.
Rabbi .Max Shapiro and his fellow workers sought first the
CO-operation, the help and assistance of all Jewry and then
elected officers. This will undoubtedly bring Zionism in this
area to the fore, as it so justly deserves. The Zionists of
this area have profited by their mistakes of the past.
We on'y wish this were triie of a very important organi-
zation in this area. This ody does splendid work. It is
composed, in the main, of men and women who seek to alle-
viate distress of their fellow needy. Yet why is it that
elections are he d in the 'il steam roller methods of the un-
pleasant past? Why is A (hat membership campaigns are
inaugurated ONLY AFTER and not before the election of
the officers and board of directors? Is it because some
desire self-perpetuation in office? We think not; at least,
we hope not.
May we respectfully suggest that if the officers of this
worthy organization really want the support of the entire
Jewry of this area, they must change their tactics. They
must take the entire people into their confidence.
Chairman K. Albert I'allot of
the fifth annual "Y" dance has
been making all plans and ar-
rangements with the demands of
"Y" partisans for its successful
presentation. Next Wednesday a
special meeting will be held at
the "Y" clubrooms, starting at '.I
p. m. All members interested in
the general welfare of the "Y"
are urged to attend.
The Junior division held its
semi-annual election last Monday
with the following results: Presi-
dent, Sam Badanes; vice-president,
A! Lewis; recording secretary, Ev-
elyn .Marks; corresponding secre-
tary, Shirley Rosen thai; treasurer,
Nellie Schaff; program chairman,
Larry Schwartz; publicity, Rose
| Dubler; membership, lly Webman;
tics, Isidor Mayerovitz; ser-
jeants-at-arms, Abe Berkowitz and
Coleman Pont.
The o office who '' 1
a commem able pi ice of work in
elevating the Junior d. vision, are
i Ann Lehrman, president; Flyman
Rubin, vice-president, and Sarah
Lehrman, secretary. Good luck to
the new and the old, and may yen
continue to prosper under your
new regime.
Strictly
Confidential
This roming Tuesday, October
20th, the women's division will hold
annual election. It is the duty
of each of the members to attend
and vote to select the besi quali-
fied members for the various of-
fices. Refreshments and entertain-
menl will follow.
Louis McPadden, Former Anil
Semitic Congressman. Dies
New York (WNS)Louis T. Mc
Fadden, one-time number one anti-
Semite of congress, who was de-
feated for re-election from a Penn-
sylvania district in 1934, died here
at the age of GO. Shortly before
his defeat the department of jus-
tice investigated charges that Mc-
Padden had violated his franking
privileges by permitting a copy of
one of his anti-Semitic speeches to
b .! by the White
SI Crusader for Economic Lib-
i bearing his frank.
I: :h in congress he said,
"I lenti es have the paper while
Jew have the gold and lawful pa-
per." On ; n ther occasion he
made a radio address in which he
revealed "details" of a so-called
scheme for the creation of a "Jew.
ish world state." He was also ac-
cused of co-operating with Nazi
agents and the Silver Shirts. In
1935 he announced his candidacy
for president of the United States
(ii an out and out anti-Semitic
platform under the sponsorship of
an organization calling Itself the
"Independent Republican National
( hristian Gentile Committee." This
year he was running as an inde-
pendent candidate for congre. 9
from his old Pennsylvania district
with the support of a coalition of
anti-Semitic groups.
Halloween Jamboree, to be pre-
vented by the Y. W. 11. A. Sunday,
November 1st, at the "Y" club-
i loins. In charge of arrangements
is Miss Ethel Lipowsky, assisted
by Mrs. Sam Shindel, Ida Engler
and Mrs. Nat Blumberg. Get your
old and new costumes out of the
cellar or cedar chest and look your
spookiest, as prizes will be award-
ed to all dressed in costume. A
twenty-five-cent piece will perm1;
| you to enter and take part in this
_ala party.
Tidbits From Everywhere
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
This and That
Police Chief Yates of Terie
Haute, who threw Karl Browder,
Communist candidate for president,
into jail, got a cable of congratu-
lations from Hitler ... If you
were skeptical when we told you
here a couple of weeks ago that
William Fox and Warner Broth-
ers were among the owners of the
New York Post, ease your doubts
by reading the circulation and own-
ership statement of the Post .
When the name Hitler is called in
New York's 71st regiment a Jew-
ish sergeant answers "present" .
And he's not jokingit's his real
name.
Bernard M. Baruch is not seeing
his doctor for fun He's really
sick Spectators at Manhattan
College (New York) games were
worried when they heard the crowd
sing what sounded like "Deutsch-
land Uber Alles" But it was
not the official reich anthem .
Manhattan, like many other col-
leges, has taken the tune for 'ts
official song from the music of
German drinking songs.
News Hits
The American Jewish Congress
and the National Council of Jew-
ish Women don't see eye to eye on
many issues, but they are now
neighbors in the same building
. And only a stone's throw away
in the new national headquarters of
Hadassah Did you lose money
on Goldman Sachs stock? .
Then you'll be interested to know
that before you tear off another
page from your calendar the nume
of Goldman Sachs will be just a
stall ."sudeville crack It's be-
ing absorbed by another corpora-
tion The Jewish Daily Forward
has organized the Kings Broad-
casting Corporation to establish a
new full time station in Brooklyn
. Credit the New York Times
with a nice gesture They as-
signed I^iura I.ubin Saqui, daugh-
ter of the late David I.ubin, world
famou- agronomist, to cover the
general assembly of the Interna-
tional Agricultural Institute in
Home, which her father founded
. The American headquarters of
the Society of the Bible in the
Hands of Its Creators is bringing
out a new study of the Bible which
i- -aid to lie based on a secret
code discovered in Jerusalem .
Senator Benjamin Herman of Cin-
cinnati s not the only amateur
painter who takes his work seri-
ously We discovered that Al-
fred Strelsin, the advertising wiz-
f New York, Milwaukee and
Other parts, is assiduously study-
ing the art of painting from none
other than the son of Sholem Alei-
chem, Norman Raeben.
ried to a Jewess And to make
things worse, the consul, a certain
Herr Draege, actually does busi-
ness with Jews Isadore W.
Schless'nger, American born movie
magnate and industrialist, was the
gentleman who put up the $50,000
prize for the London-to-Johannes-
burg air race Kuropean Chris-
tians who want to avoid Jews while
traveling use German boats exclu-
sively Ittamar Romm, 16-year-
old -on of Rabbi Romm of Bloom-
fontein, South Africa, claims to be
the world's youngest rabbi He
was orda'ned by ten rabbis in Pal-
estine.
Political Field
The eightieth birthday of Jus-
tice Brandeis will be the occasion
of a big celebration in November
. His nephew, Lewis Brande's
Wehle. a New York attorney, is
named for him Yeshiva College
has finally made the grade .
Abraham S. Guterman of Scranton,
Pa., a Yeshiva College graduate,
has been named secretary to Judge
William Kephart of the Pennsyl-
vania Supreme Court And
while we're at it we might intro-
duce you to Samual Brodsky of
Tulsa, Okla.. who is Judge Mack's
new secretary Political come-
backs are not very frequent, but
at the age of Til they tire posi-
tively rare But Sol I.evitan
has just been renominated for
state treasurer of Wisconsin, and
we don't expect him to lose in the
election.
About People
A Brooklyn Yiddish theatre has
hired Thomas La Rue, the world's
only colored Jewish chazan .
Hone Blum, brother of Premier
Leon Blum of France, is a success-
ful theatrical impresario "A
"Greater Promise" is the title of
the new Soviet picture on Biro-
bidjan Remembering "The
Land of Promise" as the title of
the recent Palestine film, we won-
der whether Birobidjan picture's
t'tle is supposed to be a subtle
knock Hugo Weisgall, a nephew
>f Meyer Weisgal. ii"- producer -if
"Th Eternal Road." is conducting
an orchestra in Baltimore .
Mi ie fan who like Ann Preston
(Shaindel Kalish to you) will now
road about her as Judith Blake,
says I> 11 Davis in the Chicago Sen-
tinel And Natalie Bodanskaya
(formerly Tillie Fiebush), Metro-
politan Opera soprano, has changed
her monicker to Bodanya in order
to avoid confusion with Ina Bour-
skaya Members of the Y. M.
C. A. gave first place to Eddie
Cantor in a national popularity
contest.
(Copyright, 1986, by Seven Arts
Feature Syndicate)
Swiss Frown on Nazi Leanings
Among Naturalized Citizens
Dedicate Memorial lo Sophie Irene
Loch
New York (WNS)The services
of the late Sophie Irene I oeh, so-
cial worker and founder and first
president of the Child Welfare
Board of New York City, were eu
logized by Governor Lehman,
Mayor La Guardia and Park Corn-
All you healthy athletic speci-
mens are urged to strut your man-
ly features for the "Y" basketball
team, which is presently being
formulated with practice sessions
being held each Sunday at Flamin- :
go Park, starting at 2 p. m.
missioner Moses at ceremonies ac-
c. mpanyting the dedication of a
memorial to her in Central Park.
Miss Loeb died in VJi'.K The me-
morial consists of a granite pedi-
ment rising from a pink granite
bowl and surmounted by carved
groups representing characters of
A. ce in Wonderland."
("able Department
Tin- German prince who is en-
gaged to marry Princess Juliana,
heiress to the throne of Holland.
is a Nazi The latest cry of
Kuropean anti-Semites is that
France had to wait for Yom Kip-
pur before going off the gold
standard, because that's the only
day when the "international Jew-
ish bankers" weren't on the
. Alfred Rosenberg, Hitler'.- ex-
perl on racial purity, had a Jewish.
great great-grandmother, a Mon-
golian as great-grandfather, a
French mother and a Latvian
grandfather Now, that's what
w ci call racial purity The Na-
zis are ali burned up because they
have discovered that their acting
consul general in Barcelona is mar-
Berne (WNS)Becoming in-
creasingly alarmed hy the Nazi
prapaganda being spread here by
naturalized Swiss citizens of Ger-
man antecedents, the legislative
branch of the Federal Council has
asked the executive branch to pre-
pare a law which would make it
possible to void the citizenship of
naturalized Swiss found guilty of
maintaining political connections
with their mother countries.
South Africa (Jets First Reform
Temple
Johannesburg i WNS)Temple
Israel, Hie first Reform Jewish
at ion in South Africa, was
J recently opened here in the pres-
ence of a distinguished group of
Jewish and non-Jewish leaders.
Rabbi M. C. Weiler is the spiritual
leader.


Page Four
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, October 16, 1986
BULLETIN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Of Miami
137 N. E. HUh St.
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB II. KAPLAN RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
96 Albacorc Drive 530 X. E. 31st St.
Miami Beach i"5 Miami 2-9548
One or both of the Rabbis will be at the Temple every morn-
ing throughout the year.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
Las) Sunday morning the Reli-
gious School embarked upon it- ed.
ucational venture with very ambi-
tious and i ncouraging Btrides. The
assembly, supervised by Rabbi
Zwitman, featured a youth service,
conducted by members of the Re-
>us School.
Miss Barbara Meyer gavi
opening prayer. The services were
conducted by Nathan Aronov'tx
;iii(l tin' musical accompaniment
was supplied by Miss Marion
Fn
ette and bir
B j were givei y 1 h\ Ka| -
an, and the entire assembly con-
gratulated Gloria Kirstein and
Merton Simon in honor of their
The perfect attendance record
previous week, which is
held by five classes (Primary 1.
I liate I and I, and High
2 and I), is indicative of
the interest which the children arc
showing in cur school.
The honors for i he best collec-
ek to Pi mary 1.
o
o
GENERAL
The Mendelson family were in a
quandary. Lou's birthday bad
rolled around, and they did not
know what type of gift to give him.
They finally decided upon a gift,
which, in Lou's own words, is "the
present I ever got"they
gave him a paid-up year's mem-
bership card to Temple Israel.
So, too, would like to
- v e a gift hich i- not merely a
joy tn the reci i\ er, but also a
blessin gi\ er, why not fol-
low the example of our weekly
true story? Temple Israel i.
to begin an annual drh e for
A specia ly ii:-
ard may be
the empli foi gifl
es. Further information may
be received by calling the temple
. 2-7745.
Kaplan gave the first lec-
. pie* sponsored l>>
Council uf Jewish Women, and
the ra of thi com-
fhc meet ing was held at
K lay morning, ai I
Kl our lecture, to lie given
by Rabbi Zwitman will also t
. same placi.
CONGREGATIONAL
I and "He Ain't Done Right by Nell," I president, presided. An interest- proved the rabbi's suggestions.
an old-fashioned melodrama. ing program was given by Mrs. ----------
"The Dance of Empress Eu- Sol Wittenstein, chairman of the The Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid
genia," a ballet dance, will also program committee. Mayiy vis- Society of Congregation li'nai Is-
be a feature of the program. itors were present. After a SO- rael will have a card party at I
Miss Peggy Schemer will give a cial hour delicious refreshments auditorium Sunday evening. Octo-
rec'tal of modern music. were served by the hostes her isth, at 8 o'clock sharp. Re-
Members of the cast arc Doris frcshmc-nts will be served. 'I'll,
Thciss. Sylvia Haimowitz, Eunice Mr, Ansel Harris of Miami is members and friends arc urged to
Doris, .Mathilda Shane, Minnie visiting his parents, .Mr. and Mrs. attend, as the proceeds will go for
Flinbert, Julius Sloat, Elmer Set- A. M. Harris. a good cause.
zer, Meyer Then.-, Isidore Setzer, ---------- ----------
Eugene HarinwitZ. Orlando lodge No. 1043, B'nai Mr, and Mrs. A. Robinson iu-
Tickets may be purchased from B'rith, sponsored a stag smoker rived to spend the winter with us.
members of the club or at the door. October 6th at the San Juan Ho- ----------
The public is cordially invited. tel. This affair was given to wel- The Judaic Council will have an
come all newcomers to Orlando and important meeting on Monday eve-
Max Witten, a patient of about to give them an opportunity of ning, October 19th, in the audito-
two weeks iii St. Luke's Hospital, getting acquainted. rium of the Congregation B'nai Is-
is recuperating in the home of his rael. All members are asked to
brother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Segal, Mrs. attend.
M. 11. Witten, in Riverside. J. Rosen. Mrs. M. Bandel spent ----------
Sunday in Gainesville, where they The members of Congregation
Irving Kleppcr, son of Mr. and attended the unveiling of the me- B'nai Israel will have a special
Mrs. Samuel Klepper of Jackson- moral stone of the late Louis Ja- meeting October 1 l;b. when the
villc. was elected vice-president of i-obson, formerly of Orlando. election of officers will take place.
the Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity at ---------- ----------
the University of Florida, in the Rabbi Adolph Burger of Tampa The Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid
chapter's last regular meeting, was a visitor in Orlando recently. Society of the Congregation B'nai
Klepper was elected to the posi-
tion after having served on vari-
Israel will have a meeting Tluiis-
The entire community sympa- day evening. October 20th, when
new officers will be elected. All
mis committees and offices 'n the thizes deeply with .Mrs. Joseph Ot-
aternity. At present he is the ten berg and Airs. Sam Haimov'tz members are urged to attend.
of the Fourth Es- in the recent loss of their beloved ----------------------------
late Club, and a member of the mother, Mrs. Sarah Paster. All
iard "i il Voim
rat- at the u
Orlando Notes
Res isl al i( n for the Religious
school of Congregation Ohev Sho-
leili was held recently at the syn-
i The Sunday school is un-
der the supervision of Mrs. Gus
Baei and Mrs. L. Jacob. An in-
agram was presented.
Xew York (UN'S) A national
v her oved her. Sht was campaign designed to safeguard
noble, kindly person, deeply re- religious freedom in America and
ligious, always ready to help in help its maintenance in a number
any charitable deed or undcrtak- ,,| other countries is being inau-
ing. gurated by the American League
for Religious Liberty, which is
headed by George Gordon Battle
and includes Governor Herbert II.
Lehman among its honorary chair-
men. Leaders of the Catholic.
Protestant and Jewish relig'ona
are active on the executive com-
i ii tee of the league,
St. Petersburg
Notes
If ;. iu hapi en to be among the
annually puzzled
the type of gift you should
givi to ;i relative or friend, your
troubles are over! If ... if you
will follow the example of this true
Jacksonville News
egular meeting of the
held in I rVii d or
Hot i were eli
. Dr. Leon-
ID Grunthal was re-elected
I iii Finkelstein was
, : Ii. .M. I'el-
. i ;, un and recording
try, and W. S. Rosenberg cor-
eeretary.
as ii ased its mem-
ire than 100 per cent
i year and quite a
of acth ty is expected for the
iason.
Extensive plans are being made
for the annual Thanksgiving dance
and the Sew Year's ball. The so-
cial season will probably start
with ail. en affair, followed
!i ikers, soires and
dam e
ill branch of the
in-, of Helta Phi Epsi-
he home of M'ss Jean-
ices, Ti mph Israi I, 137 N.
I N"i tei nth ,-t.. Friday evening
':!"' o'i lock. I". Jacob II. Ka|
. and Rabbi
ii in \\ ill speak on
y? Are 1'raycrs An-
il. oi
iffice wa hi Id. Misi
K laniei i presi-
i.ent; Mrs. Sidnej Segal,
idem ; Miss Mai'..... Klepj
ette 0
; .
he s meeting
the member of the sorority en-
. oyed in idge. i I e was made
iss Hattie Slott.
neetii g of the I 'elta
n will be held in the
of Mis Malvina Kleppcr on
Congregation B'nai Israel Rab-
i M. Baumel will conduct the serv.
''-. i.. i explained the meaning '" F idaj evening, October
of "The Feast of Tabernacle" or l6*h, at o'clock, with a sermon
-." Mr. I. Friedman dis- on "The Near Last." Saturday
.ussed the "Significance of Sue- mornini a at 1>, with a er-
h and the 'Esrog'." A volun- mon on "The Three Brothers." The
ontribution was given by the Sun.a; Octobi
of the Sunday school to '8th al 10 a. m. VII children are
needy children of the com- asked to come and gister early.
\ unity. After registration-, thi -------
children visited the Succah, erect- Rabbi M. Baumel addressed the
..) of the synag ('
and each child was given fruit by -11"1 -'*- ; general co-operation.
the !.. die Aux liar) of C : consists of a
ilem and the Sis- Ifeat many active young womi
I of 1 B I' id a
ivi resent. '__________________________________
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HOME COOKING
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.Mrs. I). Kab novich
ooms and Hoard
-".:; 5tli Avenue, fcouth
St. Petersi urg, la.
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Mi. and Mrs. lien Cohen of Phil-
adelphia have arrived in Oi
end I he winter.
Tin- Rothchild Young Judean
Club of Jacksonville will present
a delightful evening of entertain-
ment at 8:1 .". o'clock Sunday. Oc-
25th, in the Jacksonville
Jewish Center.
The club will present three ..... -
act plays, a dance fantasy and a
piano recital of modern music.
The three plays are "The Jew-
land," a mystery play; "The
Suspended Sentence," no\el play.
s ilon Klepper
York on a buying trip.
Ladies' Auxiliary of Con-
ation Ohev Sholem held its
first meeting of the season '!
' i, tuber 6th, at the h '
Mrs. 1.. Jacob. Mrs. Ren Salomon,
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Friday, October 16, 1936
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Society
An important meeting of the La-
dies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation will be
held next Tuesday evening, Octo-
ber 20th, at 8 o'clock. All mem-
bers and friends are urged to at-
tend. Plans of the congregation
for the erection of a Talmud Torah
will be explained.
*
Louis Aronowitz, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Aronowitz, long time
residents of this city, will become
Bar Mitzva Saturday morning, Oc-
tober 17th, at services in Beth Da-
vid Synagogue. Louis will recite
the Haftoro and speak briefly n
English, following which Rabbi
Max Shapiro of the congregation
will preach. The parents of the
Bar Mitzva will be hosts at a re-
ception to the worshipers and their
friends in Beth David Talmud To-
rah hall, following the services.
All relatives and friends are in-
vited to attend. No cards will be
issued.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tannen-
I'auni entertained members of
their immediate families and
friends at a reception in their home
last Sunday night in celebration of
the Bar Mitzva of their son, Stan-
ley. Dancing and singing were en-
joyed and at midnight a buffet
luncheon was served.
* *
An important meeting of the La-
dies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Wei-
fare Bureau will be held next Mon-
day, October 19th, at 2 p. m. in the
Mark Store, to which all members
and friends are invited. This Is
the first meeting of the current
season.
* *
A general meeting of the entire
membership of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation will be
held on Sunday evening, October
18th, at the synagogue, 1545 S. W.
Third st. A report of the past
year's activities will be presented
and plans for the erection of the
new Talmud Torah will be dis-
cussed. Following the business
meeting a social hour will be held
and refreshments will be served.
All members and those desiring lo
join are extended B cordial invita-
tion to attend.
*
Congratulations are being re-
ceived by Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Co-
hen of Vero Beach, Fla., on the
birth of a son last Friday. Moth-
er and so nare resting nicely. Mrs.
Cohen is the former May Rosen-
thai of Miami.
* *
The first meeting of the Bible
(lass sponsored by the Miami chap-
ter of the National Council of Jew-
ish Women was held Tuesday and
was addressed by Rabbi Jacob H.
Kaplan, who inaugurated the series
of lectures. The next meeting will
be held at Kaplan Hall on Tuesday
morning, October 20th, at 10
o'clock, and will be addressed by
Rabbi Colman Zwitman, who will
speak during the next four meet-
ings. All Miamians are invited to
attend these lectures, which are
without charge.
*
The Miami chapter of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women is
sponsoring the first social event of
the season in the form of a dinner
dance on Sunday evening, October
25th, at the Royal Palm Club. The
proceeds will be used for philan-
thropic projects, for which the na-
tional organization was organized.
Mrs. Ralph Neufeld, president of
the local chapter, announces that
Mrs. F.lry Stone is chairman and
will accept reservations for this
event, which may be made by mail
to 1020 S. W. Twenty-third ave.,
or by phoning 2-4420.
t
Mr. A. Bramson, well known lo-
cal musician, is sponsoring a mu-
sical concert on Sunday evening,
November 15th, at 8:15 o'clock, in
Beth David Talmud Torah hall. A
12-piece orchestra will lie heard
and prominent artists will partici-
pate. Full details will appear in
in early issue.
*
The engagement of Miss Ann
Weiner, daughter of Cantor and
Mrs. Harris Weiner of Hartford,
Conn., to Mr. Jenkins K. Cohen,
prominent business man of Miami,
was announced by her parents this
week. Miss Weiner attended New-
York and Hartford schools and has
been a winter visitor to Miami for
the past several seasons. She is
a sister of Mr. Milton Weiner,
prominent citizen of this city. Mr.
Cohen is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Isaac Cohen of New Haven, Conn.,
one of the most prominent families
of that city. The marriage will
take place shortly.
* *
Mrs. Ella Cromer, long time res-
ident of Miami, announces the en-
gagement of her daughter, Rose,
to Mr. Emmanuel Weinkle, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Weinkle and
grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Weinkle, prominent in the commu-
nal work of this community. Miss
Cromer is one of the popular mem-
bers of the younger Jewish social
set and has been active in local
communal work. The wedding will
be an event of Sunday evening, No-
vember 1st, at the home of the
bride's mother, with Rabbi Max
Shapiro of Beth David Congrega-
tion officiating. Among the events
being planned in honor of the bride
are a lingerie shower next Tues-
Psge Five
day evening by Mrs. Leo Chaikin,
a miscellaneous shower by Miss
Jeanette Seligman and a kitchen
shower by Mesdames Harold Tobin
and Jasper Cromer.
Jewish News
Around the
The World's
Ask Aid for Christian German
Refugees
New York (WNS)Expressing
gratitude for the relief extended
by Jewish organizations to Chris-
tian refugees from Germany, a
group of Christian clergymen and
laymen meeting in conference at
the Riverside Church launched an
appeal for $400,000 to aid non-Jew-
l ish victims of the Nazi regime. The
conference decided to send a let-
; ter to all Christian clergymen ap-
pealing for funds and adopted a
, resolution urging American Chris-
I tians to a'd the Christian refugees.
and hampering circumstances. The
cordial co-operation between them
(the army, the navy and the air-
craft) have enabled the inflicting
of many severe blows upon the
rebels and have made possible the
maintenance of all essential serv-
ices. Our thanks are due to the
Palestine police, without whose
loyal co-operation many of our ef-
forts would have been fruitless. It
is to be hoped that the campaign
of murder and banditry will now
cease. For some time, however,
it will be necessary for all ranks
to keep themselves in readiness for
instant action in support of law
and order. I feel sure that the
three services co-operating under
my command will maintain the high
reputation they have already es-.
tablished and the courtesy and con-
sideration/ they have shown the
Palestine inhabitants in assisting
them in the restoration of more
normal conditions."
Tampa Notes
TAMPA Y. M. H. A. NOTES
.erusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency,
Expressing the hope that the cam-
paign of murder and banditry
which Palestine has witnessed for
the past six months would be end-
ed with the cessation of the Arab
general strike, Lieutenant General
j John G. Dill, commander-in-chief
of Palestine's military forces,
asked, however, that the army,
navy and air forces keep them-
selves ready for instant action if
violence should recur. The gen-
eral's warning was part of the or-
der which he issued as his first
official proclamation since his ar-
rival here, and which reads:
"The strike and armed rebellion
have been called off uncondition-
ally by the Arab higher commit-
tee as of today. This result is due
in great measure to the resolute
and energetic action of the three
services in spite of the difficult
Addis Ababa (WNS)Carlo VI-
terbo, prominent Jewish leader
from Rome, has been appointed
government commissioner for the
Jewish community of Ethiopia by
Viceroy Rudolfo Graziano. The
viceroy also issued a decree order-
ing all Jews in Ethiopia, including
the Falashas, to join
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October 25th. The general public
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rage Six
THE JEWISH FLOKIDIAN
Friday, October 16, 1936
At the
Gainesville Notes
"I Stand Condemned," the
erful drama of love and espionage
in World War Russia, which comes
to the TivoW Theatre, starting
Sunday, boasts three stars who
promise to become favorites of
American filmgoers. It marks the
debut of Harry Baur, France's
leading film actor,
Laurence Olivier and Penelope
Dudley-Ward arc featured with
Baur in this London film, which
iast- him as a wealthy Russian
war profiteer who finds himself
in a position where hi' ear. son 1
the young soldier sweetheart of
ancee before a firing squad.
Highlights of the film are a
huge Russian cabaret scene, a
scene in a luxurious gambling ca-
sino and a gripping trial scene.
Comedy, melodrama and romance
are mixed lavishly in "Florida Spe-
cial," which opens Sunday at the
Seventh Avenue Theatre, with
Jack Oakie and Sally Eilers in the
'.. ad
Oakie plays the role of a devil-
may-care new spa po r t er.
Kei Taylor,
wealth) playboy companion, on a
a >und for I he sum j South.
desert his newspa-
ei to accompany the youth, who
thin heart is broken by a
ti : romance. On the trip
Oakie accidentally runs into a sen-
! that prov< the s<
of the year foi his newspaper.
Sally Eilers is the hi
Last Sunday afternoon a B'nai
B'rith lodge was organised here
in the synagogue building, under
the direction and advice of Prof.
Joseph Weil of the University of
Florida. Formal elections will be
held shortly and the organization
completed. Mr. Hyman s. Jacobs,
first Wee-president of the District
Grand Lodge No. ">. and Mr. Milton
A. Friedman of Miami spoke. In
the evening a meeting was held
at the university in the Students'
Union building, where a temporary
organization was effected for a
Jewish Students' Union at the uni-
versity. The organization will be
governed by a hoard of eight, four
of whom will be non-fraternity
members and two each will be
chosen from the Tau Epsilon Phi
and the Phi Beta Delta fraterni-
ties, The students were addressed
by Messrs. Jacobs and Friedman
and Dr. II. K. Johnson, religious
: tor of the university. Non-
fraternity members named are Da
vid Deckowitz, Melvin Lobel and
Max Baer. Philip Selber, one of
the students, presided. The first
meeting of the students will be
held in the synagogue building on
Friday evening, October 23rd. An
invitation has been extended to
Rabbi Colman Zwitman of Temple
Israel. Miami, to conduct the ini-
tial services and speak Sunday fol.
lowing at the university.
Claude Gillingwater the eccentric
millionaire. Frances Drake is his
Others in featured roles in
the unusual east are Sam (Schlep-
perman) Hearn of radio fame. J.
Farrell MacDonald and Sidney
Blackmer.
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(Continued from I'nge 1)
By LUDWIG LEWISOHN
say might irritate some Gentile.
Or some assimilationist Jew. So
it might ... I am poor. 1 drive
several trades to exist half way
decently.
There is one thing more, one
other circumstance which Johan
Smertenko eloquently pointed out
in "Opinion" some years ago. I
have risked and probably lost the
illusory satisfaction -i.-it there is
in posthumous fame. Gentile his-
torians of literature will not even
in democratic cultures admit that
rJjGUST BROS Ry^1
l" Is the REST!
a Jew writing as a Jew and of
Jews is or can have been within
that culture of equal value with
their own writers or those who
Beemed to strive to be at one with
them. I have lost the world, pres-
ent and future. Have I gained
the Jewish people? Have I gained
their support and their memory?
Time will show. If my choice had
to be made over again 1 would
make the same choice. And that
would be no virtue in me. For
being what I am. believing as I do,
I could make no other choice. You
remember the old saying of Buf-
fon: the style is the man. I add
an even deeper and truer one: The
choice is the man.
I had almost forgotten Mr. C. A.
Rubenstein of Baltimore. Let us
all forget him and all the others
of his kidney. The drama of life
is in its great choices. The wis-
dom of life is in abiding happily
by one's characacteristic choices.
Would I give up (if I could) my
great choices for the combined in-
come of the Lippmans and the Fer-
bers and all the purveyors of
strictly American entertainment?
I would not. Emeth W'emunah
khol-Koth. Amen.
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