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The Jewish Floridian ( November 13, 1936 )

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ii*Jewish Florid lain w COMBINING YKlG jGWKSlh iUltlUty P9 Vol. 9—No. 46 .MIAMI FLORIDA. FRIim. NOVEMBER 13, 1986 Price Five Cents Arabs Threaten Officers Are Joint Induction Immigration Halt Inter-Faith Move Jew Reprisals Again Chosen Is Well Attended Schemejlevealed Is Outlined Arabs Warn They Will Hall Jew* If Britain Won't Vote to Boycott Royal Commission JERUSALEM. — (WNS, Pah Agency) — A direct threat that the Arabs would use their own methods to keep Jews out of Palestine it" Britain does not dare halt Jewish immigration was contained in an editorial in Al Liwa, Arabicdaily, organ of the Mufti of Jerusalem. The warning of force is typical of comment in the Arab on the decision of the British government not to suspend Jewish immigration as Arabs had demanded but to issue 1.800 immigration certificates for Jews for the six months period ending April, 1937. "Great Britain is not an independent state but is enlaved to the Jews," declares Al Liwa, which maintains that colonial secretary W. G. A. OrmsbyGore had wished to suspend Jewish immigration, but had been prevented from doing so. Agitation against the British government and Ornuby-Oore features the Arab press generally. Incensed by the decision of the British cabinet not to suspend Jewish immigration into Palestine, as announced in Commons by Colonial Secretary Ormsby-Gore, the Arab Higher Committee, supreme representative body of Palestine Arabs, voted to boycott the sesns of the Royal Commission, headed by, Lord Peel, which is coming here to study the causes of the riots. The Arab Higher Committee also announced that none of its members invited to a reception for the Royal Commission will attend. Extending its program of non-cooperation, the Arab Higher Committee held another conference when plans for the official reception of Lord Peel and his associations were announced. The reception is schedued for November 12. with repre, a ..... of all committees invited. Among the Jews, the invitees include members of the executive board of the Jewish Agency, the Jewish National Council Executive and representatives of other Jewish institutions. The Arab Higher Committee sent representatives to Arab villages for ihe organization of protest meetings. These will telegraph to the Arab High Committee expressing solidarity with the decision to boycott the Royal Commission inquiry into Jewish and Arab grievances. The decision, if adhered to, means that no Arab leader will appear before the commission as a witness or otherwise participate in its investigation. The powerful voice of Emir Abdul'.ah of Transjordan joined with that of other Arab notables to urge that the Arab Higher Committee reverse the decision it made not to cooperate with the Royal Commission of Inquiry. The statement issued to the Arab press summarizing the reasons for the decision of the Arab Higher Committee said: "We have The board of the Gi eat r M Jewish Cemetery Association mot night at the Miami i Orthodox Congregation and heard reports of the work of the organization during the past administration. Attending were representatives of the constituent organ rations, Beth David Congregation, Beth Jacob Congregation, the .Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation and the Sisterhood of Chesed She! Ernes. Election of officers resulted in the re-election of the present officers, who have served for the past two years. Mr. I. I.. Mintzer was again chosen president, Mr. Morris B. Frank treasurer and Mr. J. L. Shochet secretary. A formal installation of the officers will be held shortly. Mrs. Isidor Cohen was named chairman of the banquet committee. She will be assisted by Messrs. H. M. Drevich, E. Cordon, Nat Zalka and Harry Wasserman. Full details will appear in an early issue. Britain Will Curb Fascism London (WNS) Carrying out the promise made by King Edward VIII in his address from the throne which opened the new session of parliament, HornSecretary Sir John Simon introduced in the house of commons a bill designed to cut i i ... ,; activities in Great Britain. The bill forbids the wearing of pouniforms and amends existing laws to provide for the "pres.,„ of public order in | %  meetings and public pla e The latter phase of the bill is n,.„,!„.; %  Fascist anti-Semitic riots. The full title of the bill is: "A bill to prohibit the wearing of uniforms in with political objects and th ,., KU: by private persons of associations of a military or similar character, and to make further provision for the preservation of 'public order on the occasion of public process.onand meetings." Recognizing that the provisions I of the measur< spell the doom of his movement as a public oi ZBtion, Sir Oswald Mosley. Fas,. ; leader, told a gathering eiat Birmingham that the '.iill did not frighten him and that i would not wreck the Fa movementare Bureau and its Ladietry held the it if Its ofl Alamac H B A muaii show was presented with Mrs. Bertha B. Levy in charge. Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthal was toastmaste.. The invocation was given by Rabbi Jacob 11. K of Temple Israel, and the benediction by Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth Da> i I Sj nag gue. Office: s of the bureau in.-included Stanley C. Myers. lent; K. R. Adler and Isaac Levin, vice | Baron de Hit sch Meyer, secretary; Dr. Frank Coret, treasurer; Leo Ackerman, assistant treasurer. Auxiliary officers tO take office \ % %  Mrs. (da Optner, president; '.Mrs. Mark Max. Mrs. Martin Raff and Mrs. L. J. Harts, vice president-: Mrs. Rosenthal, recording ecretary; Mrs. Harry Kaufman, orr( secretary; Mrs. Myers, financial secretary; Mrs. Henry Bulbin, treasurer: Mrs. Adler, auditor. Committee in menU included Mrs. Benjamin l.eVine, chairman; Mrs. Levy, Mrs. J. A. Richter, Mrs. M. L. Mar,.:-. Mrs. Rosenthal and Mr-. Sadye G. R American Jews To Express Views studied the statement issued yesterday by the Colonial Secretary hat Jewish immigration would not be suspended and that an immigration schedule is to be issued -<•( ntrary to the hopes of Arabs for full suspension. The committee regards the cabinet's decision as an assault upon Arab rights, revealing an absence of good will for the practical solution of the Arab question. The Arab Higher Committee deplorea this attitude and has decided, under these circumstances, not to cooperate with Royal Commission, demanding of the whole people that they respect this decision." New York—The voice I A lean Jewry in claims in Palestine I before I royal commissi in ouiry. headed by Lord Pee'., will lv d at a meeting at the Waldorf-Astoria hotel in New York on s \ ibet 29th, I ially summoned coi %  of the Pali ttine, it was ;. n rt Iv '" %  9ta1 ssued jointly by Dr. S S. Wise, national chairman • United Palestine Ap] eal. an D gtone B '"• chairman of the National C urn il for Pal In a communi Idress It tentative American Jewish oughout the country, the two offi era reviewed the i of the Jewish people thro the world and declared that "moral as well as legal right urges the Jewish people to spare no effort. to relax no energy until Palestine shall have rescued from the path 0 f destruction the greatest possible number of Jews who are being driven from earth by forces retarding civilization." NEW YORK. .WNS. — A scheme t limit migrati in to Pi to a I equivalent to the n twee:. atural inci the Arab natural increase of the Jew! ; ulation in tl. sam< year has been immigrati >n experts of the nments the Royal luiry, ac< ; : tO the New Ferdinand Kuhn. > Mr. Kuhn I scheme, whu ears be an • %  the Jewii ..... tion < the total populati in, w uld effectively curtail any substantial inJewisl Mr. Kuthe natural increase of the Arabs in one year %  25,000 and the natural increas of the Jews 7,000, then the maximum number of Jewish immigrants in that year shall be 18,\ Philip David Bookstabei if the Temple, and Richard J. Beamish, chief counsel of the Penn-;. vania Public Service Commission, representing the Catholic faith. Tonight's tri-religious meeting was the twelfth annual good will service under the auspices of the Brotherhood of the Temple, of which Morris E. Jacobson is president. Rabbi Bookstaber said he hopes to make the annual event a community affair. Memorial Meet To Honor Rabbi Preparations are now being made for an impressive memorial service on Tuesday, December 1, at Beth Jacob Synagogue, Miami Beach, at B o'clock, to honor the memory of the late Rabbi David I I! senblu^n. The Rabbis and laity of Greater Miami will take part and pay tribute to his memory. In charge Of arrangements is a committee consisting of Rabbi Max Shapiro, general chairman; J. Lou s Shochet, chairman; Nathan Adelman, Isaac Levin. Stanley C. Myers. Mrs. Ralph Neufeld. Mrs. I Isidor Cohen. A. I.ouis Mechlowitz, 1 Lillian Wucher, Boris Schlachman, Mrs. Murry Grossman, and Rabbis Jac b 11. Kaplan and Colman Zwitman. Pull details of the meeting will BP| ear in an < ar'y issue. i.



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age Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAX Friday, November 13 1935 V iii'ih David Sisterhood extends a A^ cordia invitation to iimembers| and friends to attend the formal n event of the current season, a j tea on Wednesday, November 1 al the home of Mrs. Stanley C. | V Myers, -'.12 S. W. 21st ave., Miami.lO o< >oc DO <~>< >n< >0 of this city. SOCIETY }0 Miss Mildred Dreisen, bride-elect was honored at a series of parties last week. Mrs. Newton Levison and her sister, Miss Kleanor Sheldon, gave a luncheon at their A very pleasant and enjoyable aftof Cleveland, Ohio, arrived at their Duber and Honorary Director BoMyra <; [ !" ky i i i | k '' ,!C i |Mrs. Mannie She!don an assist V lh >n is promised. \ iendid program, to be preI during the afternoon, ina group of Jewish folk songs \V. End ave., Miris Schlachman. new home, 1001 Beach, \ meeting of the Miami Beach assisting committee includes -Miss .Mr. and .Mis. j. Schoppick of Koshci Butchers Association was Sylvia Wilensky, Miss Audrey CutMiss Rose Mary Gerson, a brief adBridgeport, Conn., are announcing held this week, at which plans tor ler, Miss Selma Yarchar dress by Rabbi Max Shapiro, readin-by Adi le Segal! and Peri .;. (>n t he C mini'.;e .: Mrs. Stanley C. .Myers are Mi lames M. Scheinberg, J. Abbott, A. Rubin, Lewi.Brown, S. :!i %  marriage <>t" their daughter the coming season were discussed. %  Mr. Edward J. Lang, A resolution of condolence to be : Air. and Mrs. J. Lang of -enl to the family of the late Rabbi ity. Mr. Lang ia a practicDavid L Rosenbloom was adopted. ing attorney in Bridgeport and A meeting of all butchers in Miami tickets, and Mrs. Rob Schweitzer ... _., Mrs. William Capland and Miss in charge oi the turkey raffle, lhe D • • s Bessie Besvinick gave a tea Saturday afternoon to Miss Driesen at their home in Miami Beach. • Doris Rubin, Miss Natalie Pallott and Miss Dorothy Davis. Ticketare available from any t the Junior Hadassah. Late Friday evening services at The weekly public speaking clasi sponsored by the Senior Council of Jewish Women under the .lirection of Mrs. Isidor Weil will meet Friday at 2 p. m. ., in the home of Mrs. A. Rubin, 1352 S. \V. Mth st. All local and council members are invited to attend will be remembered by a host of Reach will be held some time next VVeissel, .1. Kopelowitz, B. Kandel, friends in Miami, having resided week. Officers of the association Beth David t' on will beM. Badanes and Re. Friedman. here from 1025 to 1930. The are Philip Ron ; Harry (fin at 8:15 o'clock with Rabbi Max young couple will make their home Malter, secretary, and Joseph ReisShapiro officiating. Cantor Louis Mesdames Marie Eskenazi, Jake in Bridgeport ami are expecting to ma:!, treasu Hayman, by Beth David, his popular and well received un M. Scheinberg and M. spend the month of February next ; -,. ervices. Mrs. dertaking. 1, eenberg will be hostesses at a visiting here in Miami. 1 a one of the largest j 0Si Williamson, president of the art; in vVedn< sday evening, 18, at £ 'clock, ii B h litorium I'mI Loyalt; I'lub, auxili iry of 1 er, O. E. S. Prizes awarded for high -.. %  ir Atlanta, Ga., where she catessen will begin its winter seadassah convention in will spend several weeks. w ev< when it will w j]| I;i |i ; on "jr v observatii 1 [da Optner, ac %  • shi .'ahe i-i hi I Miami wii! eel lar; D %  at 7 p. m. o'clock, u ith a I %  A gala progra n • men', wil! be presented %  22nd, at 8:1' .> %  evening. The public • i to attend, !: %  -< 1 val • or th event witli any member of the organizal stores in the heart of Miami Reach Miami Chapti nior lladasiea Miss Sarah Greenberg left last at 618 Collins ave., Schiff's Delisa ], ., delegate to the recent Ha^The Philadelphia, M offer to the buying public a li r. ., Convention." R numl 1 ties at ha'-Shapiro wi %  %  "" I %  %  -• The store, which n. Thi Junior fixtures and %  i egation meel Junior nd chai 1 Rabbi Colman Zwitman of T< m %  1 %  %  will deli\ er 1 he ; inal of four lectures to the %  the Senior Council of class 01 Tuesday mornii .-. N e i 7. ..-. The following 111 ber ,. Rabbi Max and fruit I ents under i' of ,: Schiff, 1 will begin a meat ires 1 Bet! i >a\ id S "] ,'e Books of ." \ ixiliarj of the U 0 idox Conj irala card V. ick at the clubrooms of the x .. M. II. A., when prizes will be awarded for high scores and and poultry depart 1 I \ %  %  • an outstanding Hui 1 yville, N. Y., I : ( ante is. M. M. Kupi Mendelson • a dinner al 'Irs. G. F. .Mendelson in honor of Mr. and Mrs. form r v 1 h mi nts will be served lie i> invit tend. annual e fficers of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held 1 %  : that an a. A. B. 1 inner o 1 'hicag 1 t meat and • • : at all times. Thi n department will handle Miami Home Milk products, ; Bros. pumper. a completi line of Hoi 1 witz-Margarcten products, importe I herring and domestic chei e dairy supplies, and fane] ASTOR HOTEL g Washington at 10th St. A MIAMI BEACH I 70 Rooms, Bach With BathP Radio in Every Room il Steam Heated l\ Ready for Occupancy About November 15th l| i \at:ons Now Accepted ffl M. ROSNER, Mgr, l' rSjGVSl BROS Ry^ LV /5 the BEST.' The Keneral public in invited to a musii al concert at Beth ... evening November 16, at David Talmud Torah Hall, Sunday, both imported and domestic. Mr. lock in the vestry rooms oi ^ ivember 15, at s :l"> o'clock. Mr. Jacob Schiff has operated the Synagogue. A ira are Bramscn, the s] this even;, Schiff Delicatessen in Miami for urged to attend. Announci I %  •a patient at the Jackson the past nine years, where lie has • • made as to thi Hospital. Chester Alexstablished an enviable reputation by the building committee, ander will be master of ceremonfor fair dealing and splendid valf tl il year's activi of the best vocal and ues. The store will handle its own rill be preset d. Rabbi Abrainstrumental art sts in the Greater pastries and cake-, produced A 1. tier, the 1 w Rabbi of Miami area will lie heard during make the purchase] always return ation, will speak briefthe evenini:-. A fourteen-piece orthe evening. Mr. Nathan Segal) of Mont \ w ho came here to at" funeral services of his -law, the late Rabbi Da> id I. Rosenbloom, left for his home Thursday morning. Ri s. Guttman of Miami Beach, who was a patient at Victoria Hosinew convalescing at ids in Miami Beach. • hestra will play. Dance numbers from the local studios will be seen during the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gurss II hold open house Sunday. November 15, at their new home, 616 W. "1st St., Miami Reach, where they will be pleased to greet their many friend.-. No cauls will be issued. for more. The store will afford rt sidenl 1 : this area th • opportunity of purchasing ds ui der one roof, at very reasonable prices, with the opportunity lecting from a variety that very few metropolitan northern -tores can match. • Approximately 76 girls attended Jim ir Hadassah's hobo party last Monday night at the home of Miss Sylvia Rayvis. Guests weir attired in no> 11 1 ostu esent/ariou phs hobo life, The Miami Reach Jewish Social Set sponsored its fifth annual reception Thursday night at the The Senior Council of Jewish 51st St., Miami Reach, while they and Mrs. Boh Schweitzer w aces the award of its will be pleased to greet their many prize for tl authentic ship at the Universfriends. No cards will be issued, costume. Original frames were ity of Miami to Milton (iaynor of Clinton Hotel. Miami Beach. A playi dtl 1 and reMiami Bea -I student at musical program wa wed by freshments suggi This 1.00 Box Charles of Ritz Face l'owder ,..%  %  the University year. >f Florida last ard imes, after which refreshments wire served. • • inization ha %  as one of Mrs. Charles Kleinman its principal objectives the entertainn if tourists and weekly ices are sponsored throughout • at the Miami Beach ry Club. An open inv.tatiou to attend these parti'is extended to the .IVOLI FLA0Lft8L h Ave Phonr3J>7 Sun.-Mon.-Tues., Nov. 15*16-17 Dick Powell Rubv Keeler •SHI I'MATES FOREVER" of the '•••enimr wei e -< Initial met ting of the public under the dil of Mrs. Isador Weini Bored by the Miami • National Comic of Jewish Women, took place !aAV£NU6 AH.W.7 f h Av.t5l i -'ST.Phon-/-4y' Sunday. Nov. 15 Edward G. Robinson ••BULLETS OR BALLOTS' Mon.-Tues.-Wed.-Thurs., Nov. 16-17-18-19 • &f SINFUL" public. The committee in charge w j]] be at 2 p. m. Friday at the includes: Mr. and Mrs. Murry nome of Mrs. A. Rubin, 1362 S. Grossman, Mr. ami Mrs. M. Dub\y. uth st. All members of the ler, MisBeatrice Silve*, Miss council are invited to attend. Ethel Lipowsky, Bernard Selevan, Jack Atkin.-, ['resident Sheldon Jun j or Hada8Ban is ho ding [t annual Thanksgiving dance oil Thursday night, November 26, at the Mayflower Hotel, Alton id. 17th -t.. Miami Beach. Mannie Gates and his orchestra will play for dancing. Miss Sylvia Rayvis is general chairman for the dance, with Miss WANTED Experienced housekeeper nr J.-Hi-h conk desire* position w restaurant or private family. d expert ith hotel, Apply PEARL KIDMAN :.12 N. 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Friday, November 18, 1036 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three wJewisti Florid fan FLORIDA'S ONLY AtWUH WEEKLY PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY by the JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. P. O. Box 2973 News Tower Bldg. Miami, Fla. Phone 2-6304 EDITORIAL OFFICES: 21 B. W. 16th Avenue Phone 2-11113 The World's Window J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulatio Manager CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN Field Representative Entered a second elaaa matter July 4. 1<>3, at the Poxt Office at Miami. Florida, under the Act of March 3. lH7a. ST. PETERSBURG MRS. ROSE M. RUBIN Representative WEST PALM BEACH MRS. M. SCHREBNICK Representative ORLANDO MRS. B. J. COHEN Representative TAMPA MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative Six Months One Year .... SUBSCRIPTION 11.Of. 32.00 FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 13, 1936 Vol. 9—No. 18 Radicalism Once More By LUOWIG LEWISOHN This column is copyrighted by the Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Reproduction in whole or in part strictly forbidden. Any infringement will be prosecuted. %  At the Fount We desire to commend those gentlemen who within the past several weeks have inaugurated a good will movement of understanding between members of various faiths within the public schools of this area. The most lasting understanding, the eradication of race prejudices, the extinction of bigotry can he effectuated most easily at the very beginning of a child's education. If, at the very outset, each of us. as American citizens, can be inculcated with the idea of understanding, a respect for the other fellow's beliefs will necessarily follow. If the children at the very outset of their education can be made to realize that all of us are human beings, but traveling different roads to reach the common goal, then as adults there will be no difficulties arising in their minds none of these children given this education will place any faith in race hatred preachments. With all respect to the individuals who are doing a splendid work, we submit that this undertaking should be sponsored bv the B'nai B'rith local lodge. B'nai B'rith has done a splendid work through its anti-defamation committeeIt can do a great uiece of work in this area by undertaking this cause as well. MIAMI NOTES Bv HARRY SCHWARTZ cause each of you to do your bit by atending meetings and becoming a part of our organization. Last Sunday the Women's Division presented their annual Hallowe'en Dance and the large attendance richly rewarded the chairman, Miss Ethel I.ipowsky, and her assistants. A very sagacious friend of mine deplored the fact that I had or had seemed so wholly to alienate the radical elements among our Jewish youth. He confirmed what I had long suspected and what was brought home to me again very vividly the other day. Undoubtedly, such influence as my voice and word may have with Jewish youth, and that influence is infinitely precious to me, has hi'en gravely diminished by what is considered rightly or wrongly my uncompromising attitude to what is today loosely known a> radicalism. "Isn't their something you can do ibout it'.'" my friend asked. 1 did not answer. 1 doubted it then. 1 doubt it now. Why'.' ig ago in my early youth in the South 1 knew Christians of th typo who have since been called fundamentalists. They were in those milder days very kindly people. They did not want to persecute anybody. But when they met a man or heard of a man who doubted the doctrines of the Incarnation and the Scheme of Salvation they wondered what sin had o hardened his heart that he was shut out from Grace. It never occurred to them that the operations of the critical inl Higen e cou cl have some hing to do w th I he case. Well, the melancholy reason why *I am afraid I can do nothing about my relation to the younger or older IJewish radicals is precisely analogous. When they hear and rea 1 that I do not embrace their doctrines it never occurs to them that the processes of knowledge and reason make it impossible. They immediately ask: Whose brass check has he taken .' How is he personally involved with the profitmotive? In brief, by what inilady more recently of New York, Miss Dot Erstlinger. Sherwood Lavine and his saxophone played a big part in entertaining the large membership with his specialty numbers. Our plans for the fifth annual dance is daily gaining momentum. The tireless efforts of our executive director Bor i s Schlachman, Dance Chairman Al Pallot, Program chairmen, Milt F r i e dman and Harry Schwartz, and Publicity chairman Lou Safancwite, will undoubtedly bring the results desired up to the date of the dance, Sunday December 20. After the biggest portion of the work of the above chairmen is completed the following will carry on: Nat Blumberg, ticket chairman; Arthur Blatt, entertainment, and Al Roscnfeld, reception chairman. The inspiration that has been evident since the inception of the Y, the erection of a community center for all Greater Miami should This coming Tuesday, November 17, the women have arranged a most interesting program for your enjoyment, and will be expecting your presence. The Junior Division Picnic and Outing will be held this Sunday, November 15, at Greynolds Park. In restricting their sales of tickets to fill members only they created considerable interest. A number of trucks have been secured to take you to the picnic grounds, leaving from the Y at 10 a. in. The nominal sum of 36c will provide you with a complete lunch basket. Now will you come? In charge of arrangements are: Miss Evelyn Marks, chairman, assisted by Hymen Ruben, Irvin Rotfort, Ruthye Bernstein Mildred Rubin and Rose Dubler. Program Chairman Larry Schwartz, surprised the Juniors al their meeting Monday night whtn he secured Albert Laurentano and j his orchestra to entertain them, plus that fine crooner of popular aunoX s pun 'joaq qog 'sBuos I wish to retract a statement 1 made last week when I stated that Mickey Lubel was coach of the | basketball team. In his stead the | name of Davis I.ackowitz is cor! rect. Davis tells me that the team has great possibilities this year since they have on their enrollment several of the hoys who played for that great Passaic New Jersey High School team a few years back. Program of Events Sunday, November i"> — Junior Division picnic and outing at Greynolds Park. Monday, November l>> — Junior Division meeting and program. Tuesday, November 17 — Y. W. 11. A. meeting and special entertainment. Wednesday, November 18 — General meeting of the V. M. 11. A. Thursday, November 19 — Boy Scout meeting. And each Saturday and Sunday open house to all members and their friends. Our most able Y member, Milt Friedman, has been confined to his bed after having had a tooth pulled. Hurry and get well. quity, conscious or unconscious, is ne shut out from Grace ? Now this process of argumentation, if it can be called so, has a great virtue for those who use it. There it no reply. The entire matter has been withdrawn from the realm of reason. It has been reduced to gossip and malice. Nevertheless, I am willing to try again to state briefly my criticism of radical doctrine. For any elaboration there is, of course, no place here. I cannot accept the doctrine of | economic determinism—the teaching, namely, that the human cultures, both of peoples and of periods, are superstructures determined by the substructure of the I production and distribution of food, i raiment, shelter. 1 happen to have been for many years a student of human origins and of anthropology—in brief, of human actions and of their motives. Roughly speaking, the teaching of all the sciences thai seek to know man as he is in his totality lead one to almost the contrary conclusion. .Man does Ins best to be ft d and warmed while all the time pursuing with a strange stubbornness his super-sensual en.Is, from magic to high religion, I'r. III animism to the crazy cult of Nordic supremacy and the ecstasy of death in battle. The conflict within man which leads to all outer conflict is thai bi -v. en what Freud calls the id and the ego. between aggressivelie.-and death-wish and the forces of the eternal Eros. Of the aggressive death-drunk id anti-Semitism is a .symbolical by-product. All the causes assigned by the eco| nomic determinists are tertiary, subsidiary, anctillary. You cannot clean the Augean staples by put] aint on its outer wall-. I cannot accept the technique of the Communist state or, if you iike, of a Sociaist society at oreticians outline it and as the I*. S. S. R. illustrates it. There is only one thing I am truly a 'raid of. It is the state Ii .Btatism, no matter what its doctrines or professions on paper. It is the con :entration of power. The state! Most terrifying of idols. For the state is Mr. A and Mr. 15 and Mr. C. Call them Comrade A, B and C. It gives me no surer guarantee that they will act out of their ego or super-ego and not out of their id. When they eliminate criticism and political opposition by obvious misrepresentation and firing squads, I know perfectly wel out of what part of themselves they are acting. I am not even surprised. I am barely shocked. Give men—except rare saints and gages—such power and the results are entirely predictable. Hence ray ideal is the distribution of power and of poverty. It is decentralization. H is in the broader sense demechanization. Hence in a wretched and un-ideal world ten thousand multi-millionaires are a lesser evil than a dictator or a group of all powerful commissars. They are a lesser evil by plain virtue of their numbers. They can be divided and resisted and played off against each other. They cannot wholly devour your right and mine to speak and live and pray as we like. They want the right of their own differences. A highly ethical personaity of their own class like Franklin Roosevelt can publicly damn them to their teeth The unitary stat is the enemy of all good, of all goodness, of all freedom, of all development. Finally, in this brief space, the sore, troubling question of the position of our people in the U. S. S. R. It was reiterated to me again the other day by an official represtnative of the Birobidjan project that Jewishness there would be "national in form and socialist in content." Good friends, it is nonsense. It makes no sense. Cultures are precisely like those folk works of art which are their most powerfu symbols. Their form and substance are lndivisbly born together, develop together, ripen together, deccay together. That is what Aron David Gordon saw so lucidly. That is why he repudiated the socialism of the peoples and went to Eretz Yisrael to find the Jewish way to a Jewish co-operative society. He found it. Perhaps Jews in Russai could find it if they were let alone. But Hebrew and our historic religion are forbidden and the Hebrew elements in Yiddish spelt phonetically to hide their origin. They are not let alone. In had Yiddish they may -ay what the unitary state decrees. That is enforced assimilation; that is the same old game under another form; that means in the long, long run either the destruction of Russian Jewry through absorption or mass conversion with Marrams and crippled survivals or el some ultimate day a Geserah when the Sovietized Jews will be discovered not to have been sovii I ized (as once Hellenized or German ized) enough. I have taken no one's brass check. I have no involvement with the profit motive. I am forever on the side of the oppressed, forever on the side of justice and of freedom for all men. Hut I cannot make my mind stop working or forget all I have ever known. Will these words have any effect'.' I doubt it. h hurts to think. (Copyright, 1936, by Seven Arts Feature Syndicate i American Voters Reject Bigotry By I ot IS MINSKY N. ('. .1. C. News Service Writer New York Now that President Ro sevelt has been overwhelmingly ^turned to office it is expected that Americans will return to the normal procedure of trying to get along with each other. The closing stages of the campaign, as we already know, were marked by a disgraceful exhibition on the part of some of the antiRoosevelt forces, including the frantic circulation of the usual libels about the "Jewish Brain Trust'' and even our old friend the Jewish conspiracy to rule the world made his appearance. Wh ch proves once again that anti-Semitism .s inextricably bound up with economic reaction. Also appearing at the close of the campaign were many other euri isities of Jewish interest including an appeal to "My American Fellow Jews" by Salmon 0. Levinson, our distinguished Chicago co-religionist, in which he likened the New Deal powers to those seized by Hitler, the inference being that Jews could avoid B Hitler in America by steering char of Roosevelt. Much credit should be given our Rabbis and leaders who remained iol and collected throughout the disgusting exhibition, testifying again to the fact that a sense of dignity can frequently be a power. ful weapon of defense. The remarkable support given the President by the American people is a distinct setback to the organized forces of anti-Semitism in this country. The anti-Jewish propaganda was without effect. The silly charges of communism against the Roosevelt administration probably also served to render equally ridiculous anti-Semitic libels. The results prove without doubt that the American people at this (Continued on Page 4)



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Page Four THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN %  Daytona Beach Notes home of Mr. and '• be open Sunday : -• :" B'nai B'.-:;-.. Memand friends are invited. Louis E. G Idman and Leo Epstein are .. % %  enu • Friday nig I Rabbi S. Kleii I announced. His sen be "M "• Local B'nai B'rith Dew memberi the night of 14th, it m announced. _•: up will be .-:•. wn as the Alfred M. Cohen class, honoring lent Cohen. The lolg< ii planning a big affa:r : : N< A Yeai '-. Mr Samuel Stein returned from ity. Mr. and Mrs. J. Silbert. who in Sew York • ity, have returned to Daytona %  %  Orlando Notes Thi Ladies' Auxiliary Consored hospitality night, So'. in thi thi synag % %  %  Thii welcoming new and ngregai Lalies 1 Auxil ary, Sisti rh 1 B'r.a B'rith. Many atf-1 guests were present. Mrs. S _'•' %  : ll A |: igram was | resented, includ_• a reading ( %  • %  !. Mill' i Braverman and a play. "Th< President'* Pa Taking Mrs. I. Becker. Mrs. Block, Mrs. Harrj K rttli Mi -. Phil Berger, Mi -• S erstein, Mrs. M. Safer. B. Kntz, :•:. and Mrs. B. Safer. The hi in charge of arrangeenti %  %  Mrs. M. Blatti erman, Mrs. Phil Berger and Mrs. George Siherst After the program cards were ed and a social hou enjoyed. Dainty refreshments were served by thi h it Miss Fl irence V* I in lft % %  C rd, ( mn., I itives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Sin. i Kessler of rr.ont announce the birth of 1 ighter on Tuesday. November the Orange general h' Miss Irene Braverman. a student at F. S. C. W., has been choai-r. a member of the International Re!a lub at Florida St lege for Women. Hindalyn Kottleman was party Sui on at her home. The occa Miss Kottleman's fifteenth .day anniversary, and the party was given by members of the 101 L Jacksonville News Friday, November 13, 136 St. Petersburg Notes STATEWIDE NEWS .^f The Li H Aid Society and Home foi" the its Armistice Day dance Wednesday in the Jacksonville %  charge of arrangement' was headed by Mrs Sidne] L. Blattner. being ..• ly assiste i I;. Miss Kate Bandrimer and MrGhelerter. monthly in the re-: homes members and the next meet::i be held or. Tuesday of December in the home of .; v. Mr. ar.i Mrs. Percy W. Zachareturned Friday morning from their wedding trip to Miami •,-nt by plane to Havana for a few dayHarry Finkelstein wiil the annual card par .; Sisterhood cabaret, hei I ••<-.;.home, on Margaret S::er-.. on Sunday evening, November 15. A. F. Stone and daughter. Mrs. Rudolph Polk of New York, • last week in Orlando Tombstones honoring the memf S • A r ::edman and his wife, Arxa Kreoman. were unveiled Sunday morning in the ksonville Jewish Cemetery. Rabbi Morris I 1 Marg >lis officiated at the ceremo: • The annual S:-terhood cabaret :ance will be held this year n Tuesday evening. Decembei B, the Morocco Temple Shrine au.' %  %  '' %  %  Mi H. Sh< mi i %  thi Ladies Push* U S etj • mber meeting la-t After a short bus • neeting hour social was held and de• ed by --. --. Mr-. H. S. f. was prize winner of a pair of candle• Meet.-:" this club at' Club. The Thanksgiving dance sponsored by the Daughters of Israel will be held on November 26 with Mrs. A. Set The will be held in the • .." • %  ttei ; %  .: w rk. and Mrs. S. I'atz. :in tale ol tickets. %  zati :. wi • %  held i I Mrs. Ben k ..' I Mrs. A. C ed: Athletic, Julius Sloat; budget and finance. Meyer Weiss; Southern Judean reporter, Miss w. .-.; -... Btion, Sidney Miss Eunice Davis; Hel rew musi Elmer Setter; • on relati"!.-. Benny Friedlin; Jewish National League, E Heimowitz; Judean League. Howard Carasik: Keren Hanoar. Raymond Cohen; organization. Miss Iris Needleman; pubity, Miss Matilda Shane; reM... Belle Markowitz: conclave. Henry Larsis; Young Judean month Miss Edith Weiss, sponsor. Meyer Weiss was the winner of a prize awarded by Miss Edith Weiss to the member who umber of ticketfor the plays. Plans for the Rothschild Young Judean Library were reported unlei way. The library committee. Elmer Setzer, chairman, exthe library open for ..-• %  in a few week-. Congregation B'nai Israel will hold Friday evening services at 8 o'clock. The sermon. "Voice and Hands," by Rabbi Morris Baumel. Joel Grossman of the Hebrew school will present a reading on ephus Flavins. Saturday morning sermon will be on "The Two Extremes." Mr. Theo Weil and his daughter, Mrs. Klein of Asbury Park, returned to the city. Mr. and Mrs. Rossman and her fathei. Mr. Marx, arrived to spend the winter season here. The Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid Society of Congregation B'nai Israel will have a card party Sunday evening, November 15, at 8 o'clock. The hostesses will be Mrs. Dora Goldberg and Mrs. Max Cyphen. Rabbi and Mrs. Baumel are preparing the Hebrew and Sunday .-chool children for a Chanuka play. The social committee of the Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid Society met at the home of Mrs. Oscar Silverman Tuesday night to make arrangements for a Thanksgiving affair. M M. L. Hollini and son of Jacksonville have returned home .: pleasar.-. visit with Mr. and M %  M. M. Si f the ts -Id Young Judean Club was held recently in the Jacksonville Si W fficen elected S pn -idem; Elmer Setzer. vice president: Miss Weiss, y: Meyer Weiss, treasurer: Sidney Lass -: Mi-i mitvee chairmen were apThe annual Fall dan e -; onsored by the Senior Hada Chaptei last week was ntstai ling events ( the season and was held in the Japai • %  • • %  '• %  Isor Hotel. Mrs. Sam Kassewitz, general chairman in charge of the dance. .-sted by Mrs. Neal Finki -chairman and a committee composed of Mrs. 1Bucholtz Pagan, Ml s. S. Halpern, M it Ethel i el, Mrs. M. Hollins, and Mrs. Lou a Witten. Miss Jennie Sierkese is the weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Sierkese. Mr. and Mrs. B. Robinson of Atc City are back for the season. Mrs. Riener returned from Atlantic City, where she spent the entire summer. Relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Goldman congratulate them on their ninth wedding anniversary. $65,000 Check Presented to Aid Oppressed Jews Friends of Mr. Lou;W lly sympathize deeply with him in the recen: rother-in-law, Mr. Jack E. Willner. Mr. and Mr-. Willner came to Orlando about a month ago from New Brunswick, N. J.. I spend thi %  • inter Florida. TinLadies' Auxiliary and Aid S ity <>f Congregation B'nai Islael will have their regular meeting at the synagogue. November 17th, at S p. in. Huxle} Book Wins Award for Racial Gocd Will NEW YORK (WNS). — "We Europeans: A Survey of 'Raciai' Problem-" by Julian Huxley and A. C. Haddon, has been awarded the annual John Anisfield prize of $1000 for the year's best work in the field of racial relationships, according to an announcement by the Saturday Review of Literature. The award was established in 1934 by Mrs. Edith Anisfield W ilf of Cleveland in memory of her father to encourage books on lacial relationships. The prizewinning work blasts the myth of racial superiority. Weizmann Sees Immigration ( %  rant "Encouragement" A $65,000 check, representing the largest amount ever igh a ben> rmance at Square Garden. Sew York, was presented I Felix M. I Jacobi, chairman of mmittee sponsoring "Sight I Sta Igh which the money was "X under the • -hip of the United Palestine Appeal and Joint Disti It Committee, the two major America--, organizations .1, wish reconstruction activities in Palestine and other lands. Mr. Warburg, to whom the check was his home, was an hony chairman of "Night '.f -." together with Grover A. Wha Nathan Straus. Those : at the transfer .heck included (left to right I : Samuel Blitz, executive diof "Sight of Stars" and of the New York United Palestine Appeal; George Backer, co-chairman of the executive commit l ee of "Night of Stars"; Harold .'. chairman \ %  Stars"; in Straus and Felix M. Warburg, honorary chairmen of "Night : and Carl J. Austrian, chairman of the Joint Distribution Ci mmittee f Si n "i rk. LONDON (WNS) — P a 1 c o r Agency) Dr. C'haim Weizmann, sident of the Jewish Agency for Palestine has left here for Palestine, where he will probably be one of the most important Jewish witnesses before the Royal Comsion inquiring into the disorders. Before his departure, the world Jewish leader said: "While we are dissatisfied with the smallness of the immigration schedule issued by the government, we belied', however, that it is an encouragement to Jewish work in Palestine. No matter what happen-, I do not believe that the doors of Palestine will ever be closed to Jewish immigration." /



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Friday, November 13, 1936 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAX Page Five 1937 Chevrolet Master De Luxe Sport NEW YORK, Nov. C. — Prices same as those of the 1036 cars, for the new Chevrolet passenger The popular coach and town sedan cars for 1987 were announced here models have been reduced S5, while today by W. E. Holler, vice presithe four-door sedan and the sport dent and general sales manager, sedan prices remain unchanged, upon his arrival for the National The coupe and sport coupe are the Automobile Show. only models to be increased in price and these only S5 over the 1936 levels. Prices of the Master DeLuxe Chevrolet now cover features forIt was revealed • that for 1937 Chevrolet would have a completely new line of cars, incorporating one wheelbase and with identically the ,. iU merlv offered as optional at extra same appearance. Heretofore, there ..... .... ,, j:ff„„„ ( cost, inc udmg knee-action, gaiety have been two distinctly different %  %  i -u .. i ,.i „t plate glass all around, fenders in lines of cars with two lengths of ., • ._ ..„_; color matching the body, and wheelbase and quite a wide van,1 .... ,' ... .. larger tires. The individual model ance of specifications. prices are as follows: Prices for the Master DeLuxe Coach, $695; sedan, $660; towa models remain approximately the sedan, with trunk, S620; sport seSedan chm. with trunk, $685; business coupe, 8585; sport coupe, with l umble seat, S615. The list prices of the Master Chevrolet, which also include the added equipment except kneeaction, are uniformly 360 under the Master DeLuxe prices. Body models in the Master DeLuxe and Master lines are the same except that the Master cabriolet with rumble seat takes the place of a sport coupe in the DeLuxe line. The Master wheelbase is 3 1-4 inches longer than that of the 1936 models and this model also includes as standard equipment syncro-mesh transmission, larger tires, safety plate glass and Jewish News Around the World Anti-Nazi Feeling Rises in Britain High Commissioner, with refugee organizations in Paris. The Congress' representatives will be Dr. Nahum Goldmann, chairman of the Congress" administrative committee, and Dr. Georg Bernhard. head of its economic department and president of the Paris Refugee organization. LONDON (WNS). Hitler's carefully laid plans to win British good will have completely gone awry and resulted in the resurgence of anti-Nazi feeling as a result of the stupid tactics of Joachim von Ribbentrop, the new Nazi ambassador. His first statement on arriving in London that Communism was the common enemy of England and Germany precipitated sharp attacks on him in the House of Commons and by various labor leaders. Spontaneous protests demanding his recall have been organized and streets and walls throughout London are daubed with the motto, "Ribbentrop must go." The execution of Edgar Andre, German Communist leader. for an offense committed before the Nazis came into power, further exacerbated anti-Nazi feeling. Bricks wen 1 thrown through the windows of the German embassy, the labor members of Parliament sent a formal protest to Hitler, and Arthur Henderson, son of the late Foreign Secretary, protested directly to Ribbentrop. Throughout London there were anti-Nazi demonstrations. SWARTHMORE, Pa. (WNS).— Dr. Simon Plexner, former director of the Rockefeller Institute for .Medical Research, has been named Eastman visiting professor at Oxford University for the academic year of 1987-88, it was announced here by Dr. Frank Aydelotte of Swarthmore College and member of the board which selects the professors under the terms of the bequest of the late George 1 East man. Paramount Pastry Shop 42 N. E. First Street Seybold Bldg. Announces the Opening of ITS NEW SHOP AM) STORE AT 445 Washington Ave.. .Miami Beach SPECIAL ATTENTION TO ORDERS FOR PARTIES, WEDDINGS, ETC. The Baking of All Goods at Both Stores Is Under the Personal Supervision of Mr. I. Tannenbaum COME IN FOR OUR SATURDAY SPECIALS I HAVE PAINS IN MY MUSCLES AND PAINS IN MY HEAD INSTEAD OP OUT SHOPPING I SHOULD 6 BED I I OSED TO SUFFER THE SAME WAY UN-1 TIL, I FOUND QUICK RELIEF IN AN ANTIPAIN PlLLl ANTI-PAIN PILLS BEYOND QUcTSTlOfi RELIEVE BUT DON'T CAUSE INDIGESTION 1 V / O, Vt World Jewish (.ingress (Jets Place On Refugee Advisory Board PARIS (WNS). Two of the 18 places on the advisory council attached to the office of the High Commissioner for German Refugees has been allotted to the World Jewish Congress, it was announced here following a meeting held by Sir Neil Malcolm, Refugee o: NORTHWEST FURNITURE CO. A. KRON'ENFELD, Prop. 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Pajre Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, November 13, lt'36 1 1 BULLETIN f'W*'.'. rtj*"! ImL *^fet Of Miami J f| m, "H 137 N. E. 19th St. B*n S Of! Phone 2-7715 |^^gJUK^|| KABBI JACOB 11. KAPLAN RABBICOLMANA.ZWITMAN 6996 Albacore Drive 630 N. E. 31st St. Miami Beach 5-9875 Miami 2-9548 One or both of the Rabbis will be at the Temple every morning throughout the year. CONGREGATIONAL b o i • week, being Armistice Rabbi Z itman will prea h on Friday evening on the subject of • i'c n e, l'. ace, bul There is No P Kaplan, and will start ptly al B:15 o'clock. will be in the form of plays, pageants, debates and symposia. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL in our R i Day ta n Peac was Dr. Kaplan. Rabl 'wit nil Iren he I ited in in and Daniel i: hter. attendance h In cli n was in Inte liate, class i. and high _. \\ i' especially wish to call the i ntion of parents and friendto our Re | i i School assemblies. Beginning with the forthcoming assembly, the children will participate and plan their own programs as class units. Bach cla i will be asked to present a program in the assembly as an indication of different projects undertaken in i lasses. The programs SISTERHOOD o o The Si t< !. iod held a card parly in Tuesday, at the home of Mrs. Henry D. Williams. The affair was immensely enjoyed and well ti nded. Among he more spirii u al underB of our Sisterhood, is the %  ath, whi -h i to take place i n S -' %  1 in our p!e. Various commit i %  der the i hairmanship of Mrs. i .-ink .\. Perlman, are prepai i ..-r,i in oi Ic succc ss ii di served .;. s rhe entire le \ rial iducted : ii ml ei a iod, arid a • pir tual i eat is in store. invisible vote for Roosevelt would swamp I.andon About People Father Coughlin's voice won't be heard on the air after December 6 A Jewish newspaper in New Jersey printed a political advertisement of a certain Jacob Goldberg, candidate for alderman, and used a picture of the noted Catholic anti-Nazi, Prince Lowenstein, as an ilustration by mistake Young William Rosenwald recently threw a parly at the WaldorfAstoria that eo>! close to $60,000 Charles Angoff, ex-editor of the American Mercury, and Louis Weitzenkorn, forme:Sunday editor of the New York World, will be co-editors of a new weekly which will rip the lid off everything and everybody The Hurst Wessel BOng, Nazi anthem, is now being sung at public functions in Italy Edna Ferber now owns the swanky penthouse that once bi I H I I I he late Ivar Kreuger %  %  %  President Roosevet fet as happy about a present he just before his re ele •' i n ai the election itself The gi' watch-chain, sent to FDR by Aide Bulova, Nun %  ha'.watch king (Copyright, 1936, by Se\ n Arts Feature S; n licate) winds up as a hero who (lashes through scalding steam and flame to rescue a shipmate. Ruby dances to cay throngs, the while she fights desperately to win the man she loves to the traditions of the Navy. Edward Q. Robinson's dynamic picture, "Bullets or Ballots," comes to the Seventh Avenue Theatre for Sunday only, with Joan Blondell in the leading feminine role. Robinson plays the part of a hard-boiled detective. Starting Monday at the Seventh Avenue, there will be shown the latest in sex film to be produced, called "Sinful." tie alone with himself and finally try, and in this respect the present campaign, despite its unparalleled viciousness, has served a very useful purpose. It has, to a large extent immunized Americans against wild and ridiculous claims. The very extremes of invective we have just experienced are a form of insurance against their repetiNAZIS WOULTi ELIMINATE MOSES FROM 1BLE BERLIN (WNS). Irked because school children are being taught to revere Moses in religious classes and to dete-t him in the I ublic schools because he was a Jew, the Westdeutscher Beobachter has launched a movement to eliminate Moses from the Old Testament. The paper says it has received many letters from parents supporting the -land. I GENERAL o o I ii le • hi au B'nai Brith, the Miami Univi r ity boy and : i) ganized into a Jr wish i ult m al club, as did the Jewish student body at the Uniersity of Florida, in Gainesville, 'or the purpose of studying and, sing Jewish Literature and wish Problems. Our Rahliis were the speakers at both meetings. The thrill and romance of naval officers in the making, men who iii peace or in war, heroically brave death for their country in their line of duty, is colorfully depicted in "Shipmates Forever, which is scheduled as the feature attraction at the Tivoli theatre, starting Sunday. It is an intimate and revealing Strictly Confidential By PHINEAS IBIRON Aftermath Believe it or not, and don't let anybody shah-shah you, the antiSemitic groups in this country, and particularly in California, are sitting shivah. They know that President Roosevelt has already okayed a more sweeping investigation of their activities than was ever undertaken before Incidentally, all reports to the contrary notwithstanding, no Jew will be appointed ambassador to the Soviet Union ... A number of workers at the Democratic National Committee who took a small salary during the campaign BO as to place themselves in line for appointments will be disappointed Among them some well-known Jewish figures • Al the attacks on Felix Frankfurter as the chief "braintruster" of Roosevi It were waste 1 because if then was such a thing as a chief ad' n ing the President's campaign tour, it was Judge .,\ ho took a leave of absei his duties as a member of New York's Supreme 1 irt, and never left the side of the Chief Executive Al Smith' activities did not affect the Presidential election hut were direcly responsible for the heavily reducei majority of Governor Lehman And that Jewish vote legend—that Jews vote for Jews regardless of party — — took an awful licking in New York Pcnty of Jews voted against Lehman And Nathan D. Perlman, G. O. P. candidate for attorney-general, took his worst beating in New York City, wherc> the largest proportion of Jews live ... It sounds funny. hut Lehman carried Voikvillc, | which is Naziville, but he ran behind Roosevelt More Politics That the Jews were heavily in favor of Roosevelt's humanitarian and progressive policies is clear from a study of the election returns There was such an intense feeling on that subject that the Yiddish daily, The Day, had to refuse lucrative pro-Landon advertising because its readers protested too much after the paper had run one Landon ad And now it can be told that William Allen White Kansas editor and friend of Landon, did not like the harping of John Hamilton and eX-Senator Jim Reed of Missouri on Dubinsky and Hillman ... As a matter of fact, White qualified this action, in a letter sent to a friend of his, as "spiritual harlotry" Outside of Jim Farley, another man predicted the landslide for FDR, basing it on his personal contacts with audiences throughout the country That man was Dr. Stephen S. Wise who told US three weeks before the election that the -t iry of the lives of the midshipmen at Annapolis. Dick Powell and Ruby KeeKr head the cast. Hick sings; fights a bitter bat%  AHEBN FUNERAL HOME| ... FRANCIS AHERN, Pres. i,',j 1349 West Flakier'Street II Telephone 2-2211 AMBULANCE SERVICE American Voters Reject Bigotry I Con-lined from Page :' %  I time have a keen awareiie-s of the potential fascist forces within the nation. The negligible vote Father Coughlin's puppet Lemke ione evidence of the fact and the ell vote itself is another, rl ver, the vote -bowed that Americans are not as credulous or as gullible as some think they are. They do not believe everything they read in the papers or every wild statement that is made. Despite the fact that 80 per cent of the American press pumped for Landon the people voted overwhelmingly for Roosevelt. 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As to the Jewish vote in this campaign, it is probable that Jews voted largely for Roosevelt, but on the other hand, it is said that the l] pointing showing of Governor nan Of New York compared with 1932 votes was due to the fact that many Jews de evted Lehman. Also, Nathan D. Perlman was defeated for attorney genera! if the state on the Republican DOC Z>0< >oc The Only Strictly Kosher DOME COOKING In St. Petersburg, Fla. .Mrs. 1). Kab'novich Rooms and Board 853 ,")lh Avenue. South St. Petersburg, Fla. >o< DO u o Bliss;* i^Sl SEMlkGLE ACKSONVILLE FLORIDA J CHARUt GRINER, Ma..,. YOUR Individual comfort and entertainment is a matter ol £tcat importance at thl, modern, (re-proof, home-litre hotel located in the heart •f down-town Jeclrionville. Every I M with tub end ahower, ae>ft water, item heat, radio and ceiling Ian...every bed with innereprinf mettrci' and individual readme, lamp,. 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Friday, November 13, 1936 THE JEWISH FLOKIDIAN Society Page Seven Miss Doris Cromer, an attendant in the wedding of Miss Millicent Kuhin and Leonard K. Beldner last Sunday, entertained with a cabaret party Friday night at the home of her parents, honoring .Miss Rubin. .Miss Cromer has returned to .Miami from a six-month absence. She visited in New Yolk and Philadi Iphia, Pa., and traveled through the New England states after leaving Canada, where she was a councilor at Camp Hiawatha at Lac Brule, Quebec. She also visile! in Montreal. • The marriage of Miss Millicent Rubin, daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. M. Rubin, and Leonard Kelnian Beldner, son of Mrs. M. E. Beldner, took place Sunday in the gardens of the Rubin home with Rabbi .Max Shapiro of Beth David offii ialing. An improvised altar of palms and standard baskets of chrysanthemums enhanced the natural Betting of the garden. Prior to the service -Miss Evelyn Raff sal I Promise Me" and "I'll ting You a Thousand Love Songs," accompanied by Miss Irene Farr. The Bridal Chorus from "Lohengrin" was played as the processional and Mendelssohn's "Wedding March" at the close of the service. The bride was •riven in marriage by her father. The attendants included Miss Anna Leah Rubin, sister of the bride, who was maid of honor; Miss Doris Cromer, Miss Mildred Dreisen, Miss Bessie Besvenick and Miss Sylvia Miller, bridesmaids. The bridegroom's cousin, Miss Sylvia Rubin, was flower girl. Following the reception the bridal couple left for a trip to New York. Philadelphia and Washington. The bride attended the University of Miami and Brenau college, specializing in dramatic art at both colleges. Mr. Beldner attended the University of Florida and was graduated in law from the University of Miami. Both the bride and bridegroom are members of pioneer Miami families. Junior Hadassah Is entertaining its members and friends at a dinner meeting on Monday, November in, at the Palatial Restaurant, 235 X. F. 2nd st.. at 6:30 p. m. Mrs. Bob Schweitzer is chairman for the evening, with Miss Vivienne Jacobs as co-chairman. Plans for the Thanksgiving dance which Junior Hadassah is giving on November 26, will be presented and an entertaining program will be given after dinner. Dinner will be fifty cents per plate, and all members and their friends arc invited to attend. • MRS. IDA OPTNEB Installed Pesidenl of the Jewish Welfare Bureau ladies' Auxiliary The Jewish Honor Society was d this week by a group of young Jewish boys and girls between the ages of 14 and 18. Full details Will appear in our next I # • Mr. I. Tannenbaum, one of the most popular bakers in this area. will be in personal charge of the new Paramount Bakery she store opened by him this week at : IS Washii gton ave., Miami Beach. Particular attention will be paid to pastries and cakes uf all kinds, for which Mr. Tannenbaum has established an enviable reputation for a long number of years. Saturday specials are being offered the customers this week. Orders for private affairs, such as weldings, etc., will receive personal attention. An unusually large audience attended the social meeting of Sholem Lodge of B'nai Brith last Tuesday night at Beth David Hall. The meeting was opened by Mr. Isaac Levin, president, who presented Mr. Paul Marks, a prominent young attorney, and Ben Brith as the speaker of the evening. Mr. Marks delivered an interesting address on "Armistice 1 lay and the Jew." Rabbi Shapiro spoke briefly during the evening. Mr. Isaac Levin accepted a beautiful brass candelabra to the Lodge for use in B'nai B'rith ceremonials and Mr. Adelman formally dedicated the candelabra. Chester Alexander then as master of ceremonies presented a splendid floor show a n d refreshments were d. An enthusiastic report on the progress of Bnai Brith memi I 'ship campaign was given by E. Albert Pallott, chairman of the campaign committee. Thoroughly renovated and decorated the Biscayne-Collins Hotel BOBBINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL WORKS Responsible Hoofers Since 1919 ,\ Inspection and Estimates Free 222 N. W. 26th St. Phone 2-3705 DR. R. S. AKERS DENTIST 1746 N. W. 36th St. Closed Saturdays. Ph. 2-2131 at 15 Collins ave., Miami Beach, will make its formal opening Sunday, November 15, beginning at noon, under the management and operation of Jacob Goldberg and M. Green of the Congress Hotel Bt Mi nticello, N. Y., and the Nemo Hotel, Miami Beach. Mr. Goldberg has established a host of friends, being one of the pioneer hotel men of Miami Beach. Special attention will be paid to the dining room, which will be operated as strictly kosher and which will be open to the general public at all times. Those desiring private parties, weddings, Bar mitzvas and banquets will be taken care of at reasonable prices. Catering will also be one of the specialties of the new management. The public is invited to visit the hotel at all t imes. • • Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kates of Havana, Cuba, arc receiving congratulations on the birth of a daughter iast Sunday. Mother and baby are resting nicely. Mrs. Kates is the former Miss Mildred Greenberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles (iiccnlicrg of Miami. & •:• CLASS WILL TELL watch Gold Top climb GOLD TOP BEER GOLD TOP ALE r • • • White Oak Leather LADIES' HEELS 15c HALF SOLES 50c ATLAN1 It' SHOE SHOP 210 N. K. First Avenue Opp. Cortez Hotel pay ufjj& M. L. MARCUS CO. Office Supplies and Furniture Desks, Chairs, Files, Printing LOWEST CASH PRICES 41 N. E. First St. Ph. 2-lfifil I. L. Mintzer Associated FIXZIT SYSTEM PLUMBING AND HEATING CONTRACTORS Showroom and Plant 1114 N. E. 2nd Ave. Call me personally on your plumbing contracts. 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Miami, Fla
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November 13, 1936

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

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

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Vol. 9No. 46
.MIAMI FLORIDA. FRIim. NOVEMBER 13, 1986
Price Five Cents
Arabs Threaten Officers Are Joint Induction Immigration Halt Inter-Faith Move
Jew Reprisals Again Chosen Is Well Attended Schemejlevealed Is Outlined
Arabs Warn They Will Hall Jew*
If Britain Won't Vote to Boy-
cott Royal Commission
JERUSALEM. (WNS, Pah
Agency) A direct threat that
the Arabs would use their own
methods to keep Jews out of Pal-
estine it" Britain does not dare halt
Jewish immigration was contained
in an editorial in Al Liwa, Arabic-
daily, organ of the Mufti of Jeru-
salem. The warning of force is
typical of comment in the Arab
on the decision of the British
government not to suspend Jew-
ish immigration as Arabs had de-
manded but to issue 1.800 immi-
gration certificates for Jews for
the six months period ending
April, 1937. "Great Britain is not
an independent state but is en-
laved to the Jews," declares Al
Liwa, which maintains that colon-
ial secretary W. G. A. Ormsby-
Gore had wished to suspend Jew-
ish immigration, but had been pre-
vented from doing so. Agitation
against the British government and
Ornuby-Oore features the Arab
press generally.
Incensed by the decision of the
British cabinet not to suspend Jew-
ish immigration into Palestine, as
announced in Commons by Colonial
Secretary Ormsby-Gore, the Arab
Higher Committee, supreme rep-
resentative body of Palestine
Arabs, voted to boycott the ses-
ns of the Royal Commission,
headed by, Lord Peel, which is
coming here to study the causes
of the riots. The Arab Higher
Committee also announced that
none of its members invited to a
reception for the Royal Commis-
sion will attend. Extending its
program of non-cooperation, the
Arab Higher Committee held an-
other conference when plans for
the official reception of Lord Peel
and his associations were an-
nounced. The reception is sched-
ued for November 12. with repre-
,a, ..... of all committees in-
vited. Among the Jews, the in-
vitees include members of the ex-
ecutive board of the Jewish Agen-
cy, the Jewish National Council
Executive and representatives of
other Jewish institutions. The
Arab Higher Committee sent rep-
resentatives to Arab villages for
ihe organization of protest meet-
ings. These will telegraph to the
Arab High Committee expressing
solidarity with the decision to boy-
cott the Royal Commission inquiry
into Jewish and Arab grievances.
The decision, if adhered to, means
that no Arab leader will appear be-
fore the commission as a witness
or otherwise participate in its in-
vestigation.
The powerful voice of Emir Ab-
dul'.ah of Transjordan joined with
that of other Arab notables to
urge that the Arab Higher Com-
mittee reverse the decision it made
not to cooperate with the Royal
Commission of Inquiry.
The statement issued to the
Arab press summarizing the rea-
sons for the decision of the Arab
Higher Committee said: "We have
The board of the Gi eat r M
Jewish Cemetery Association mot
night at the Miami
i Orthodox Congregation and
heard reports of the work of the
organization during the past ad-
ministration. Attending were rep-
resentatives of the constituent or-
gan rations, Beth David Congrega-
tion, Beth Jacob Congregation, the
.Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion and the Sisterhood of Chesed
She! Ernes. Election of officers
resulted in the re-election of the
present officers, who have served
for the past two years. Mr. I. I..
Mintzer was again chosen presi-
dent, Mr. Morris B. Frank treas-
urer and Mr. J. L. Shochet secre-
tary. A formal installation of the
officers will be held shortly. Mrs.
Isidor Cohen was named chairman
of the banquet committee. She will
be assisted by Messrs. H. M. Dre-
vich, E. Cordon, Nat Zalka and
Harry Wasserman. Full details
will appear in an early issue.
Britain Will
Curb Fascism
London (WNS) Carrying out
the promise made by King Edward
VIII in his address from the throne
which opened the new session of
parliament, Horn- Secretary Sir
John Simon introduced in the house
of commons a bill designed to cut i
i ... ,; activities in Great Britain.
The bill forbids the wearing of po-
uniforms and amends exist-
ing laws to provide for the "pres-
., of public order in |
. meetings and public pla e
The latter phase of the bill is n-
,.,!.; Fascist anti-Semitic
riots. The full title of the
bill is: "A bill to prohibit the
wearing of uniforms in
with political objects and th
,.,KU:., by private persons of as-
sociations of a military or similar
character, and to make further
provision for the preservation of
'public order on the occasion of
public process.on- and meetings."
Recognizing that the provisions
I of the measur< spell the doom of
his movement as a public oi
ZBtion, Sir Oswald Mosley. Fas-
,.; leader, told a gathering
ei- at Birmingham that the
'.iill did not frighten him and that
i would not wreck the Fa -
movement-
are Bureau and its
Ladie- try held the it
if Its ofl
Alamac H
B A muaii
show was presented with Mrs.
Bertha B. Levy in charge.
Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthal was
toastmaste.. The invocation was
given by Rabbi Jacob 11. K
of Temple Israel, and the benedic-
tion by Rabbi Max Shapiro of
Beth Da> i I Sj nag gue.
Office: s of the bureau in.--
included Stanley C. Myers.
lent; K. R. Adler and Isaac Levin,
vice | Baron de Hit sch
Meyer, secretary; Dr. Frank Coret,
treasurer; Leo Ackerman, assist-
ant treasurer.
Auxiliary officers tO take office
\ Mrs. (da Optner, president;
'.Mrs. Mark Max. Mrs. Martin Raff
and Mrs. L. J. Harts, vice presi-
dent-: Mrs. Rosenthal, recording
ecretary; Mrs. Harry Kaufman,
,orr(. secretary; Mrs. My-
ers, financial secretary; Mrs. Hen-
ry Bulbin, treasurer: Mrs. Adler,
auditor.
Committee in
menU included Mrs. Benjamin l.e-
Vine, chairman; Mrs. Levy, Mrs.
J. A. Richter, Mrs. M. L. Mar,.:-.
Mrs. Rosenthal and Mr-. Sadye G.
R
American Jews
To Express Views
studied the statement issued yes-
terday by the Colonial Secretary
hat Jewish immigration would
not be suspended and that an im-
migration schedule is to be issued
-<( ntrary to the hopes of Arabs
for full suspension. The commit-
tee regards the cabinet's decision
as an assault upon Arab rights,
revealing an absence of good will
for the practical solution of the
Arab question. The Arab Higher
Committee deplorea this attitude
and has decided, under these cir-
cumstances, not to cooperate with
Royal Commission, demanding of
the whole people that they respect
this decision."
New YorkThe voice I A
lean Jewry in
claims in Palestine I
before I royal commissi in
ouiry. headed by Lord Pee'., will lv
d at a meeting at the Wal-
dorf-Astoria hotel in New York on
s \.....ibet 29th, I
, ially summoned coi of the
Pali ttine, it
was ;. n rtIv '" '' 9ta1 '
ssued jointly by Dr. S
S. Wise, national chairman
United Palestine Ap] eal. an
D gtone B '" chairman of
the National C urn il for Pal
In a communi Idress It
tentative American Jewish
oughout the country, the
two offi era reviewed the i
of the Jewish people thro
the world and declared that "moral
as well as legal right urges the
Jewish people to spare no effort.
to relax no energy until Palestine
shall have rescued from the path
0f destruction the greatest possible
number of Jews who are being
driven from earth by forces re-
tarding civilization."
NEW YORK. .WNS. A
scheme t limit migra-
ti in to Pi to a I
equivalent to the n twee:.
atural inci the Arab
natural in-
crease of the Jew! ; ulation in
tl. sam< year has been
. immigrati >n experts of the
nments
the Royal
luiry, ac<
; : tO the New
Ferdinand Kuhn.
> Mr. Kuhn I -
scheme, whu ears be an
the Jewii
..... tion <
the total populati in, w uld effec-
tively curtail any substantial in-
Jewisl Mr.
Ku- the na-
tural increase of the Arabs in one
year 25,000 and the natural in-
creas of the Jews 7,000, then the
maximum number of Jewish immi-
grants in that year shall be 18,-
that without Jewish immigration
the increase of Arabs would ex-
ceed that ( Jews by 18,600 next
year. By 1941 the excess would
to a little more than 17,000
and. by 1946. to approximately
16,000." if this scheme were
ad ted, i Jewis igral
kept wi thes ts.
Jew.- in Pa
ars w ul: 36 pel cent i
Lin er of Ara
j 28 per cent i ffl
and the "Arab con
oe freed ts hi ut I ins fear
red." the Tim .-
correspondent say.-.
Hadassah Honors
Justice Brandeis
The statement, designed as a re-
View of the seven months that have
intervened since the disorders in
Palestine first started, calls upon
the members of the National G un-
cil f 11 Pal -tine "to share in It ak-
ing of this conference an occasion
which will truly reflect the depth
and sincerity of American Jewish
feeling with regard to the contin-
ued upbuilding of the Jewish Na-
tional Home."
NEW YORK (WNS i '-
of Justice Louis D. Brandeis' 80th
birthday, which will be celebrated
on November 13, the national
board of Hadassah has announce!
that it will name the out-patient
tment if the Rothschild-
University Hospital and
I, w being built
in Ji usalem by Hadassah and the
American Jewish Physicians' Com
mittee at a cost of 1860,000, after
him. Mrs. Moses P. Epstein, chair-
man of the building fund, recalled
that Justice Brandeis has been in-
terested in Hadassah'l medical and
public health work since its incep-
tion in 1913. In 1919 he gave S10,-
000 to the Hadassah medical unit
for anti-malarial work. Hadassah
has also pledged itself to plant 10,-
trees in Palestine in Justice Bran-
deis' honor.
II. Pa. NCJCt Reli-
-. t co-
between Jews. Protes-
tants and Cath ilics are not vision-
1 ing a future c mposite religion.
but are striving for such co-reli-
.- movements which will re-
-.: I in better civic and personal
: thi benefit of all
jions, Dr. Everett R. Clinchy,
tor of the Natii nal Con-
ference of Jews and Christiana,
a tri-religious audience at
Ohev Sholom. a reform Jewish
i here tonight.
Dr. Clinchy opened his address
w tit an explanation of the fair of
n n-Catholics of members of the
i. m Cath lie faith. He said po-
litical fear of Catholics, "a quiet,
sure fear that we do not want
Catholics in political ; w< t in this
country." is born from rumors of
Catholic political unity, anil point-
Alfred E. Smith. James Far-
ley and Father Coughlin, in ex-
ploding the theory that members
of that faith are united politically.
The popular belief that Protest-
;ants operated the United States'
' public schools is also unfounded.
Rev. Clinchy declared. He said
Protestants believe in the right of
: faiths to establish private paro-
chial schools to combine the teach-
ing of religion and education, but
their Democratic ideals keep
publi scho Is free from religious
control. Fifty per cent of the
Catholic children in the United
States are attending public schools,
the speaker declared.
Jews are too often regarded as
j non-Jews and at the
saitl time, by the same strange
twist of facts, are -landed as be-
in., members of a strong inter-
financial combine. Charg-
ing this at'it tide to misunderstand -
ing and ignorance, the speaker ex-
led such theories by pointing i
the many divisions within the Jew.
c immunity, which prevents
solid unity of that organization.
On the pulpit with Dr. Clinchy
we Rab >\ Philip David Booksta-
bei if the Temple, and Richard J.
Beamish, chief counsel of the Penn-
-;. vania Public Service Commis-
sion, representing the Catholic
faith.
Tonight's tri-religious meeting
was the twelfth annual good will
service under the auspices of the
Brotherhood of the Temple, of
which Morris E. Jacobson is presi-
dent. Rabbi Bookstaber said he
hopes to make the annual event a
community affair.
Memorial Meet
To Honor Rabbi
Preparations are now being
made for an impressive memorial
service on Tuesday, December 1,
at Beth Jacob Synagogue, Miami
Beach, at B o'clock, to honor the
memory of the late Rabbi David I
I! senblu^n. The Rabbis and laity
of Greater Miami will take part
and pay tribute to his memory. In
charge Of arrangements is a com-
mittee consisting of Rabbi Max
Shapiro, general chairman; J.
Lou s Shochet, chairman; Nathan
Adelman, Isaac Levin. Stanley C.
Myers. Mrs. Ralph Neufeld. Mrs.
I Isidor Cohen. A. I.ouis Mechlowitz,
1 Lillian Wucher, Boris Schlachman,
Mrs. Murry Grossman, and Rabbis
Jac b 11. Kaplan and Colman Zwit-
man. Pull details of the meeting
will BP| ear in an < ar'y issue.
i.



age Two
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAX
Friday, November 13 1935
V
iii'ih David Sisterhood extends a a^
cordia invitation to ii- members|
and friends to attend the formal
n event of the current season, a j
tea on Wednesday, November 1
al the home of Mrs. Stanley C. | V
Myers, -'.12 S. W. 21st ave., Miami.lO
o<------>oc
DO
<~><------------>n<
>0 of this city.
SOCIETY
}0
Miss Mildred Dreisen, bride-elect
was honored at a series of par-
ties last week. Mrs. Newton Levi-
son and her sister, Miss Kleanor
Sheldon, gave a luncheon at their
A very pleasant and enjoyable aft- of Cleveland, Ohio, arrived at their Duber and Honorary Director Bo- Myra <;.....[ky iii"|'k'',!Ci |Mrs. Mannie She!donanassistV'lh
>n is promised.
\ iendid program, to be pre-
I during the afternoon, in-
a group of Jewish folk songs
\V. End ave., Mi- ris Schlachman.
new home, 1001
Beach,
\ meeting of the Miami Beach assisting committee includes -Miss
.Mr. and .Mis. j. Schoppick of Koshci Butchers Association was Sylvia Wilensky, Miss Audrey Cut-
Miss
Rose Mary Gerson, a brief ad- Bridgeport, Conn., are announcing held this week, at which plans tor ler, Miss Selma Yarchar
dress by Rabbi Max Shapiro, read-
in-- by Adi le Segal! and Peri
' .;. (>n t he C mini'.;- e -
.: Mrs. Stanley C. .Myers are
Mi lames M. Scheinberg, J. Ab-
bott, A. Rubin, Lewi.- Brown, S.
:!i marriage <>t" their daughter the coming season were discussed.
Mr. Edward J. Lang, A resolution of condolence to be
: Air. and Mrs. J. Lang of -enl to the family of the late Rabbi
ity. Mr. Lang ia a practic- David L Rosenbloom was adopted.
ing attorney in Bridgeport and A meeting of all butchers in Miami
tickets, and Mrs. Rob Schweitzer ,
, ... _., Mrs. William Capland and Miss
in charge oi the turkey raffle, lhe D s
! Bessie Besvinick gave a tea Sat-
urday afternoon to Miss Driesen
at their home in Miami Beach.
*
Doris Rubin, Miss Natalie Pallott
and Miss Dorothy Davis.
Ticket- are available from any
t the Junior Hadassah.
Late Friday evening services at
The weekly public speaking clasi
sponsored by the Senior Council
of Jewish Women under the .li-
rection of Mrs. Isidor Weil
will meet Friday at 2 p. m. .,
in the home of Mrs. A. Rubin, 1352
S. \V. Mth st. All local and coun-
cil members are invited to attend
will be remembered by a host of Reach will be held some time next
VVeissel, .1. Kopelowitz, B. Kandel, friends in Miami, having resided week. Officers of the association Beth David t' on will be-
M. Badanes and Re. Friedman. here from 1025 to 1930. The are Philip Ron ; Harry (fin at 8:15 o'clock with Rabbi Max
young couple will make their home Malter, secretary, and Joseph Reis- Shapiro officiating. Cantor Louis
Mesdames Marie Eskenazi, Jake in Bridgeport ami are expecting to ma:!, treasu Hayman, by Beth David,!his popular and well received un
M. Scheinberg and M. spend the month of February next ,;-,. ervices. Mrs. dertaking.
1, eenberg will be hostesses at a visiting here in Miami. 1 a one of the largest j0Si Williamson, president of the
art; in vVedn< sday evening,
18, at 'clock, ii B h
litorium I'm- I
Loyalt; I'lub, auxili iry of
1 er, O. E. S. Prizes
awarded for high
-..
ir Atlanta, Ga., where she catessen will begin its winter sea- dassah convention in
will spend several weeks. w ev< when it will wj]| I;i|i; on "jrv observatii 1
[da Optner, ac
shi .'a- he
i-i hi
I Miami
wii! eel
lar; D
'. at 7 p. m. o'clock, u ith a I

. A gala progra n
men', wil! be presented 22nd, at 8:1'
.> evening. The public
i to attend, !: -< 1 val
or th event witli
any member of the organizal
stores in the heart of Miami Reach Miami Chapti nior lladas- iea
Miss Sarah Greenberg left last at 618 Collins ave., Schiff's Deli- sa], ., delegate to the recent Ha- ^The
Philadelphia, M
offer to the buying public a li r. ., Convention." R
numl 1 ties at ha'-- Shapiro wi
-"" I The store, which n. Thi
Junior
fixtures and i egation meel
Junior
nd chai 1
Rabbi Colman Zwitman of T< m
1 will deli\ er 1 he ; inal of
four lectures to the
the Senior Council of
class 01 Tues-
day mornii .-. N e i 7. ..-.
The following
111 ber ,. Rabbi Max
. and fruit
. I ents under
i' of .,: Schiff,
1 will begin a meat
ires 1 Bet! i >a\ id S
"] ,'e Books of
."
\ ixiliarj of the
U 0 idox Conj
irala card
V. ick at the clubrooms of
the x.. M. II. A., when prizes will
be awarded for high scores and
and poultry depart 1
I \ .
- an outstanding
Hui 1 yville, N. Y.,
I :
( ante is.
M. M. Kupi
Mendelson
a dinner al
'Irs. G. F. .Men-
delson in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
form r v
1 h mi nts will be served
lie i> invit tend.

annual e fficers
of the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation will be held 1
: that an a. A. B. 1 inner o 1 'hicag
1 t meat and
: at all times. Thi
n department will han-
dle Miami Home Milk products,
. ; Bros. pumper-
. a completi line of Hoi 1
witz-Margarcten products, import-
e I herring
and domestic chei e
dairy supplies, and fane]
ASTOR HOTEL g
Washington at 10th St. A
MIAMI BEACH I
70 Rooms, Bach With BathP
Radio in Every Room il
Steam Heated l\
Ready for Occupancy About -
November 15th l|
i \at:ons Now Accepted ffl
M. ROSNER, Mgr, l'
rSjGVSl BROS Ry^
lV /5 the BEST.'
The Keneral public in invited to
a musii al concert at Beth
... evening November 16, at David Talmud Torah Hall, Sunday, both imported and domestic. Mr.
lock in the vestry rooms oi ^ ivember 15, at s:l"> o'clock. Mr. Jacob Schiff has operated the
Synagogue. A ira are Bramscn, the s] this even;, Schiff Delicatessen in Miami for
urged to attend. Announci I a patient at the Jackson the past nine years, where lie has
made as to thi Hospital. Chester Alex- stablished an enviable reputation
by the building committee, ander will be master of ceremon- for fair dealing and splendid val-
f tl il year's activi of the best vocal and ues. The store will handle its own
rill be preset d. Rabbi Abra- instrumental art sts in the Greater pastries and cake-, produced
A 1. tier, the 1 w Rabbi of Miami area will lie heard during make the purchase] always return
ation, will speak brief- the evenini:-. A fourteen-piece or-
- the evening.
*
Mr. Nathan Segal) of Mont
\ w ho came here to at"
funeral services of his
-law, the late Rabbi Da> id I.
Rosenbloom, left for his home
Thursday morning.
Ri s. Guttman of Miami Beach,
who was a patient at Victoria Hos-
i- new convalescing at ids
in Miami Beach.
*
hestra will play. Dance numbers
from the local studios will be seen
during the evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gurss II
hold open house Sunday. Novem-
ber 15, at their new home, 616 W.
"1st St., Miami Reach, where they
will be pleased to greet their many
friend.-. No cauls will be issued.
for more. The store will afford
rt sidenl 1 : this area th oppor-
tunity of purchasing ds ui
der one roof, at very reasonable
prices, with the opportunity
lecting from a variety that very
few metropolitan northern -tores
can match.

Approximately 76 girls attended
Jim ir Hadassah's hobo party last
Monday night at the home of Miss
Sylvia Rayvis. Guests weir at-
tired in no> 11 1 ostu esent-
/ariou phs hobo life,
The Miami Reach Jewish Social
Set sponsored its fifth annual re-
ception Thursday night at the
The Senior Council of Jewish 51st St., Miami Reach, while they and Mrs. Boh Schweitzer w
aces the award of its will be pleased to greet their many prize for tl authentic
ship at the Univers- friends. No cards will be issued, costume. Original frames were
ity of Miami to Milton (iaynor of Clinton Hotel. Miami Beach. A playi dtl 1 and re-
Miami Bea -I student at musical program wa wed by freshments suggi
This 1.00 Box
Charles of Ritz Face l'owder
,..--.
the University
year.
>f Florida last ard imes, after which refresh-
ments wire served.
inization ha as one of
Mrs. Charles Kleinman its principal objectives the enter-
------- tainn if tourists and weekly
ices are sponsored throughout
at the Miami Beach
ry Club.
An open inv.tatiou to attend
these parti'- is extended to the
.IVOLI
FLA0Lft8LhAve Phonr3J>7
Sun.-Mon.-Tues., Nov. 15*16-17
Dick Powell
Rubv Keeler
SHI I'MATES FOREVER"
of the 'enimr wei e -<
Initial met ting of the public
under the dil
of Mrs. Isador Weini -
Bored by the Miami
National Comic of Jewish Wo-
men, took place !a 1 of Mr Ral] h Neufeld in
Shenandi ah. The next mi
p. m. Friday at
-7t>AVNU6
AH.W.7f.hAv.t5li-'ST.Phon-/-4y'
Sunday. Nov. 15
Edward G. Robinson
BULLETS OR BALLOTS'
Mon.-Tues.-Wed.-Thurs.,
Nov. 16-17-18-19
?SINFUL"
public. The committee in charge wj]] be at 2 p. m. Friday at the
includes: Mr. and Mrs. Murry nome of Mrs. A. Rubin, 1362 S.
Grossman, Mr. ami Mrs. M. Dub- \y. uth st. All members of the
ler, Mis- Beatrice Silve*, Miss council are invited to attend.
Ethel Lipowsky, Bernard Selevan,
Jack Atkin.-, ['resident Sheldon Junjor Hada8Ban is ho,ding [t,
annual Thanksgiving dance oil
Thursday night, November 26, at
the Mayflower Hotel, Alton id. .
17th -t.. Miami Beach.
Mannie Gates and his orchestra
will play for dancing.
Miss Sylvia Rayvis is general
chairman for the dance, with Miss
WANTED
Experienced housekeeper nr J.-Hi-h conk desire* position w restaurant or private family. d expert ith hotel, Apply
PEARL KIDMAN
:.12 N. E. 2nd Ave., M ami
with every Charles of Ritz
Purchase of 1.00
or over
Each box of this velvety soft f.ice powder will
be blinded to your individual coloring ... so
lake advantage of this generous offer to-
morrow !
It is Burdine's policy to sell all
Toiletries as low as the lowest ad-
vertised in .Miami!
TOILETRIES, BTRBBT PLOOB
Ceremonial objects for home and synagogue
FOURTH FLOOR
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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 13, 1936
Vol. 9No. 18
Radicalism Once More
By LUOWIG LEWISOHN
This column is copyrighted by
the Seven Arts Feature Syndi-
cate. Reproduction in whole or
in part strictly forbidden. Any
infringement will be prosecuted.

At the Fount
We desire to commend those gentlemen who within the
past several weeks have inaugurated a good will movement
of understanding between members of various faiths within
the public schools of this area. The most lasting under-
standing, the eradication of race prejudices, the extinction
of bigotry can he effectuated most easily at the very begin-
ning of a child's education. If, at the very outset, each of us.
as American citizens, can be inculcated with the idea of un-
derstanding, a respect for the other fellow's beliefs will nec-
essarily follow. If the children at the very outset of their
education can be made to realize that all of us are human
beings, but traveling different roads to reach the common
goal, then as adults there will be no difficulties arising in
their minds none of these children given this education
will place any faith in race hatred preachments.
With all respect to the individuals who are doing a splen-
did work, we submit that this undertaking should be spon-
sored bv the B'nai B'rith local lodge. B'nai B'rith has done
a splendid work through its anti-defamation committee- It
can do a great uiece of work in this area by undertaking
this cause as well.
MIAMI
NOTES
Bv HARRY SCHWARTZ
cause each of you to do your bit
by atending meetings and becom-
ing a part of our organization.
Last Sunday the Women's Di-
vision presented their annual Hal-
lowe'en Dance and the large at-
tendance richly rewarded the
chairman, Miss Ethel I.ipowsky,
and her assistants.
A very sagacious friend of mine
deplored the fact that I had or had
seemed so wholly to alienate the
radical elements among our Jewish
youth. He confirmed what I had
long suspected and what was
brought home to me again very
vividly the other day. Undoubt-
edly, such influence as my voice
and word may have with Jewish
youth, and that influence is infin-
itely precious to me, has hi'en
gravely diminished by what is con-
sidered rightly or wrongly my un-
compromising attitude to what is
today loosely known a> radicalism.
"Isn't their something you can do
ibout it'.'" my friend asked. 1 did
not answer. 1 doubted it then. 1
doubt it now. Why'.'
ig ago in my early youth in
the South 1 knew Christians of th
typo who have since been called
fundamentalists. They were in
those milder days very kindly peo-
ple. They did not want to perse-
cute anybody. But when they met
a man or heard of a man who
doubted the doctrines of the Incar-
nation and the Scheme of Salva-
tion they wondered what sin had
. o hardened his heart that he was
shut out from Grace. It never oc-
curred to them that the operations
of the critical inl Higen e cou cl
. have some hing to do w th I he
case.
Well, the melancholy reason why
*I am afraid I can do nothing about
my relation to the younger or older
IJewish radicals is precisely analo-
gous. When they hear and rea 1
that I do not embrace their doc-
trines it never occurs to them that
the processes of knowledge and
reason make it impossible. They
immediately ask: Whose brass
check has he taken-.' How is he
personally involved with the profit-
motive? In brief, by what ini-
lady more recently of New York,
Miss Dot Erstlinger. Sherwood La-
vine and his saxophone played a
big part in entertaining the large
membership with his specialty
numbers.
Our plans for the fifth annual
dance is daily gaining momentum.
The tireless efforts of our execu-
tive director Bo-
r i s Schlachman,
Dance Chairman
Al Pallot, Pro-
gram chairmen,
Milt F r i e d-
man and Harry
Schwartz, and
Publicity chair-
man Lou Safancwite, will undoubt-
edly bring the results desired up
to the date of the dance, Sunday
December 20. After the biggest
portion of the work of the above
chairmen is completed the follow-
ing will carry on: Nat Blumberg,
ticket chairman; Arthur Blatt, en-
tertainment, and Al Roscnfeld, re-
ception chairman.
The inspiration that has been
evident since the inception of the
Y, the erection of a community
center for all Greater Miami should
This coming Tuesday, November
17, the women have arranged a
most interesting program for your
enjoyment, and will be expecting
your presence.
The Junior Division Picnic and
Outing will be held this Sunday,
November 15, at Greynolds Park.
In restricting their sales of tickets
to fill members only they created
considerable interest. A number
of trucks have been secured to
take you to the picnic grounds,
leaving from the Y at 10 a. in.
The nominal sum of 36c will pro-
vide you with a complete lunch
basket. Now will you come? In
charge of arrangements are: Miss
Evelyn Marks, chairman, assisted
by Hymen Ruben, Irvin Rotfort,
Ruthye Bernstein Mildred Rubin
and Rose Dubler.
Program Chairman Larry
! Schwartz, surprised the Juniors al
! their meeting Monday night whtn
, he secured Albert Laurentano and
j his orchestra to entertain them,
plus that fine crooner of popular
aunoX s pun 'joaq qog 'sBuos
I wish to retract a statement 1
made last week when I stated that
Mickey Lubel was coach of the
| basketball team. In his stead the
| name of Davis I.ackowitz is cor-
! rect. Davis tells me that the team
has great possibilities this year
since they have on their enroll-
ment several of the hoys who
played for that great Passaic New
' Jersey High School team a few
' years back.
Program of Events
Sunday, November i"> Junior
Division picnic and outing at Grey-
nolds Park.
Monday, November l>> Junior
Division meeting and program.
Tuesday, November 17 Y. W.
11. A. meeting and special enter-
tainment.
Wednesday, November 18
General meeting of the V. M. 11. A.
Thursday, November 19 Boy
Scout meeting.
And each Saturday and Sunday
open house to all members and
their friends.
Our most able Y member, Milt
Friedman, has been confined to his
bed after having had a tooth
pulled. Hurry and get well.
quity, conscious or unconscious, is
ne shut out from Grace ? Now
this process of argumentation, if
it can be called so, has a great vir-
tue for those who use it. There it
no reply. The entire matter has
been withdrawn from the realm
of reason. It has been reduced to
gossip and malice. Nevertheless,
I am willing to try again to state
briefly my criticism of radical doc-
trine. For any elaboration there
is, of course, no place here.
I cannot accept the doctrine of |
economic determinismthe teach-
ing, namely, that the human cul-
tures, both of peoples and of pe-
riods, are superstructures deter-
mined by the substructure of the I
production and distribution of food, i
raiment, shelter. 1 happen to have
been for many years a student of
human origins and of anthropol-
ogyin brief, of human actions
and of their motives. Roughly
speaking, the teaching of all the
sciences thai seek to know man
as he is in his totality lead one to
almost the contrary conclusion.
.Man does Ins best to be ft d and
warmed while all the time pursuing
with a strange stubbornness his
super-sensual en.Is, from magic to
high religion, I'r.iii animism to the
crazy cult of Nordic supremacy
and the ecstasy of death in battle.
The conflict within man which
leads to all outer conflict is thai
bi -v. en what Freud calls the id
and the ego. between aggressive-
lie.-- and death-wish and the forces
of the eternal Eros. Of the ag-
gressive death-drunk id anti-Sem-
itism is a .symbolical by-product.
All the causes assigned by the eco- |
nomic determinists are tertiary,
subsidiary, anctillary. You cannot
clean the Augean staples by put-
] aint on its outer
wall-.
I cannot accept the technique of
the Communist state or, if you
iike, of a Sociaist society at
oreticians outline it and as the I*.
S. S. R. illustrates it. There is
only one thing I am truly a 'raid
of. It is the state Ii .- Btatism,
no matter what its doctrines or
professions on paper. It is the
con :entration of power. The state!
Most terrifying of idols. For the
state is Mr. A and Mr. 15 and Mr.
C. Call them Comrade A, B and
C. It gives me no surer guaran-
tee that they will act out of their
ego or super-ego and not out of
their id. When they eliminate
criticism and political opposition
by obvious misrepresentation and
firing squads, I know perfectly
wel out of what part of themselves
they are acting. I am not even
surprised. I am barely shocked.
Give menexcept rare saints and
gagessuch power and the results
are entirely predictable. Hence ray
ideal is the distribution of power
and of poverty. It is decentraliza-
tion. H is in the broader sense
demechanization. Hence in a
wretched and un-ideal world ten
thousand multi-millionaires are a
lesser evil than a dictator or a
group of all powerful commissars.
They are a lesser evil by plain
virtue of their numbers. They can
be divided and resisted and played
off against each other. They can-
not wholly devour your right and
mine to speak and live and pray
as we like. They want the right
of their own differences. A high-
ly ethical personaity of their own
class like Franklin Roosevelt can
publicly damn them to their teeth
. The unitary stat is the enemy
of all good, of all goodness, of all
freedom, of all development.
Finally, in this brief space, the
sore, troubling question of the po-
sition of our people in the U. S.
S. R. It was reiterated to me
again the other day by an official
represtnative of the Birobidjan
project that Jewishness there
would be "national in form and so-
cialist in content." Good friends,
it is nonsense. It makes no sense.
Cultures are precisely like those
folk works of art which are their
most powerfu symbols. Their form
and substance are lndivisbly born
together, develop together, ripen
together, deccay together. That is
what Aron David Gordon saw so
lucidly. That is why he repudiat-
ed the socialism of the peoples and
went to Eretz Yisrael to find the
Jewish way to a Jewish co-opera-
tive society. He found it. Per-
haps Jews in Russai could find it
if they were let alone. But Hebrew
and our historic religion are for-
bidden and the Hebrew elements in
Yiddish spelt phonetically to hide
their origin. They are not let
alone. In had Yiddish they may
-ay what the unitary state decrees.
That is enforced assimilation; that
is the same old game under an-
other form; that means in the long,
long run either the destruction of
Russian Jewry through absorption
or mass conversion with Marrams
and crippled survivals or el
some ultimate day a Geserah when
the Sovietized Jews will be discov-
ered not to have been sovii I ized
(as once Hellenized or German
ized) enough.
I have taken no one's brass
check. I have no involvement with
the profit motive. I am forever on
the side of the oppressed, forever
on the side of justice and of free-
dom for all men. Hut I cannot
make my mind stop working or for-
get all I have ever known.
Will these words have any ef-
fect'.' I doubt it. h hurts to
think.
(Copyright, 1936, by Seven Arts
Feature Syndicate i
American Voters
Reject Bigotry
By I ot IS MINSKY
N. ('. .1. C. News Service Writer
New York Now that President
Ro sevelt has been overwhelming-
ly ^turned to office it is expected
that Americans will return to the
normal procedure of trying to get
along with each other.
The closing stages of the cam-
paign, as we already know, were
marked by a disgraceful exhibition
on the part of some of the anti-
Roosevelt forces, including the
frantic circulation of the usual li-
bels about the "Jewish Brain
Trust'' and even our old friend the
Jewish conspiracy to rule the world
made his appearance. Wh ch proves
once again that anti-Semitism .s
inextricably bound up with eco-
nomic reaction.
Also appearing at the close of
the campaign were many other
euri isities of Jewish interest in-
cluding an appeal to "My Ameri-
can Fellow Jews" by Salmon 0.
Levinson, our distinguished Chi-
cago co-religionist, in which he
likened the New Deal powers to
those seized by Hitler, the infer-
ence being that Jews could avoid
B Hitler in America by steering
char of Roosevelt.
Much credit should be given our
Rabbis and leaders who remained
. iol and collected throughout the
disgusting exhibition, testifying
again to the fact that a sense of
dignity can frequently be a power.
ful weapon of defense.
The remarkable support given
the President by the American peo-
ple is a distinct setback to the or-
ganized forces of anti-Semitism in
this country. The anti-Jewish
propaganda was without effect.
The silly charges of communism
against the Roosevelt administra-
tion probably also served to ren-
der equally ridiculous anti-Semitic
libels.
The results prove without doubt
that the American people at this
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
'
Daytona Beach
Notes
home of Mr. and '
be open Sunday : .
' -
:" B'nai B'.-:;-.. Mem-
- and friends are invited. Louis
E. G Idman and Leo Epstein are
.. enu

Friday nig I -
Rabbi S. Kleii I
announced. His sen be
"M "-

Local B'nai B'rith
Dew memberi the night of
14th, it m announced.
_: up will be .-:. wn as the
Alfred M. Cohen class, honoring
lent Cohen. The lo-
lg< ii planning a big affa:r
: : N< a Yeai '-.
Mr Samuel Stein returned from
ity.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Silbert. who
in Sew York
ity, have returned to Daytona
'
Orlando Notes
Thi Ladies' Auxiliary Con-
sored
hospitality night, So-
'. in thi
- thi synag Thii
welcoming new and
ngregai La-
lies1 Auxil ary, Sisti rh 1
B'r.a B'rith. Many at- f-1
guests were present. Mrs. S
_'': ll
A |: igram was | resented, includ-
_ a reading ( '
!. Mill' i Braverman and a play.
"Th< President'* Pa Taking
Mrs. I. Becker. Mrs.
Block, Mrs. Harrj K rttli -
Mi -. Phil Berger, Mi -
S erstein, Mrs. M. Safer.
B. Kntz, ::.
and Mrs. B. Safer. The hi
in charge of arrange-
enti Mrs. M. Blatti
erman, Mrs. Phil Ber-
ger and Mrs. George Siherst
After the program cards were
ed and a social hou enjoyed.
Dainty refreshments were served
by thi h it......
Miss Fl irence V* I in lft
C rd, ( mn., I
itives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Sin. i Kessler of
rr.ont announce the birth of 1
ighter on Tuesday. November
the Orange general h' -
Miss Irene Braverman. a stu-
dent at F. S. C. W., has been choa-
i-r. a member of the International
Re!a lub at Florida St
lege for Women.
Hindalyn Kottleman was
party Sui
on at her home. The occa
Miss Kottleman's fifteenth
.day anniversary, and the party
was given by members of the 101
L
Jacksonville News
Friday, November 13, 136
St. Petersburg
Notes
STATEWIDE NEWS
.^f
The Li H
Aid Society and Home foi" the
its Armistice Day dance
Wednesday in the Jacksonville

charge of arrangement' was head-
ed by Mrs Sidne] L. Blattner. be-
ing .. ly assiste i I;. Miss Kate
Bandrimer and Mr- Ghel-
erter.
monthly in the re-: homes
members and the next meet-
::i be held or. Tues-
day of December in the home of
.; v.
Mr. ar.i Mrs. Percy W. Zacha-
returned Friday morning
from their wedding trip to Miami
,-nt by plane to
Havana for a few day-
Harry Finkelstein wiil
the annual card par-.;
Sisterhood cabaret,
hei I <-.;.- home, on Margaret
S::er-.. on Sunday evening, No-
vember 15.
A. F. Stone and daughter.
Mrs. Rudolph Polk of New York,
last week in Orlando.........
Tombstones honoring the mem-
f S A r ::edman and
his wife, Arxa Kreoman. were
unveiled Sunday morning in the
ksonville Jewish Cemetery.
Rabbi Morris I1. Marg >lis offici-
ated at the ceremo:
The annual S:-terhood cabaret
:ance will be held this year
n Tuesday evening. Decembei B,
the Morocco Temple Shrine au-
.'' -
'' '
Mi H. Sh< mi i
thi Ladies Push* U S etj
mber meeting la-t
After a short bus neeting
- hour social was held and de-
ed by
--. --. Mr-. H. S. f. was
prize winner of a pair of candle-
-
Meet.-- :" this club at'
Club.
The Thanksgiving dance spon-
sored by the Daughters of Israel
will be held on November 26 with
Mrs. A. Set The
will be held in the
..- ttei
;.: w rk. and Mrs. S. I'atz. :- in
tale ol tickets.
"
zati :. wi held i I
Mrs. Ben
k ..' I Mrs. A. C
ed: Athletic, Julius Sloat;
budget and finance. Meyer Weiss;
Southern Judean reporter, Miss
w. .-.; -... Btion, Sidney
, Miss Eunice Da-
vis; Hel rew musi Elmer Setter;
on relati"!.-. Ben-
ny Friedlin; Jewish National Lea-
gue, E Heimowitz; Judean
League. Howard Carasik: Keren
Hanoar. Raymond Cohen; organi-
zation. Miss Iris Needleman; pub-
ity, Miss Matilda Shane; re-
M... Belle Marko-
witz: conclave. Henry Larsis;
Young Judean month Miss Edith
Weiss, sponsor.
Meyer Weiss was the winner of
a prize awarded by Miss Edith
Weiss to the member who
umber of ticket- for
the plays.
Plans for the Rothschild Young
Judean Library were reported un-
lei way. The library committee.
Elmer Setzer, chairman, ex-
the library open for
..- in a few week-.
Congregation B'nai Israel will
hold Friday evening services at 8
o'clock. The sermon. "Voice and
Hands," by Rabbi Morris Baumel.
Joel Grossman of the Hebrew
school will present a reading on
ephus Flavins. Saturday morn-
ing sermon will be on "The Two
Extremes."
Mr. Theo Weil and his daughter,
Mrs. Klein of Asbury Park, re-
turned to the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Rossman and her
fathei. Mr. Marx, arrived to spend
the winter season here.
The Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid
Society of Congregation B'nai Is-
rael will have a card party Sunday
evening, November 15, at 8 o'clock.
The hostesses will be Mrs. Dora
Goldberg and Mrs. Max Cyphen.
Rabbi and Mrs. Baumel are pre-
paring the Hebrew and Sunday
.-chool children for a Chanuka play.
The social committee of the La-
dies' Auxiliary and Aid Society met
at the home of Mrs. Oscar Silver-
man Tuesday night to make ar-
rangements for a Thanksgiving af-
fair.
M M. L. Hollini and son of
Jacksonville have returned home
.: pleasar.-. visit with Mr. and
M M. M. Si .
f the
ts -Id Young Judean Club was
held recently in the Jacksonville
Si w fficen
elected S pn -idem;
Elmer Setzer. vice president: Miss
Weiss, y: Meyer
Weiss, treasurer: Sidney Lass
-: Mi-- i
mitvee chairmen were ap-
The annual Fall dan e -; on-
sored by the Senior Hada
Chaptei last week was
ntstai ling events ( the season
and was held in the Japai -
'' Isor Hotel.
Mrs. Sam Kassewitz, general
chairman in charge of the dance.
.-- sted by Mrs. Neal Finki
-chairman and a committee
composed of Mrs. 1- Bucholtz
Pagan, Ml s. S. Halpern,
M it Ethel i el, Mrs. M. Hollins,
and Mrs. Lou a Witten.
Miss Jennie Sierkese is the week-
end guest of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Sierkese.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Robinson of At-
c City are back for the sea-
son.
Mrs. Riener returned from At-
lantic City, where she spent the
entire summer.
Relatives and friends of Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Goldman congratulate
them on their ninth wedding anni-
versary.
$65,000 Check Presented to Aid Oppressed Jews
Friends of Mr. Lou;- W lly sym-
pathize deeply with him in the re-
cen: rother-in-law, Mr.
Jack E. Willner. Mr. and Mr-.
Willner came to Orlando about a
month ago from New Brunswick,
N. J.. I spend thi inter
Florida.
Tin- Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid
S ity <>f Congregation B'nai Is-
lael will have their regular meet-
ing at the synagogue. November
17th, at S p. in.
Huxle} Book Wins Award for
Racial Gocd Will
NEW YORK (WNS). "We
Europeans: A Survey of 'Raciai'
Problem-" by Julian Huxley and
A. C. Haddon, has been awarded
the annual John Anisfield prize
of $1000 for the year's best work
in the field of racial relationships,
according to an announcement by
the Saturday Review of Litera-
ture. The award was established
in 1934 by Mrs. Edith Anisfield
W ilf of Cleveland in memory of
her father to encourage books on
lacial relationships. The prize-
winning work blasts the myth of
racial superiority.
Weizmann Sees Immigration
(rant "Encouragement"
A $65,000 check, representing
the largest amount ever
igh a ben> rmance at
Square Garden. Sew
York, was presented I Felix M.
I Jacobi, chair-
man of mmittee sponsoring
"Sight I Sta
Igh which the money was
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under the -hip of the
United Palestine Appeal and Joint
Disti It Committee, the two
major America--, organizations
.1, wish reconstruction activities in
Palestine and other lands. Mr.
Warburg, to whom the check was
his home, was an hon-
y chairman of "Night '.f
-." together with Grover A.
Wha Nathan Straus. Those
: at the transfer
.heck included (left to
right I : Samuel Blitz, executive di-
of "Sight of Stars" and of
the New York United Palestine
Appeal; George Backer, co-chair-
man of the executive commit l ee of
"Night of Stars"; Harold .'.
chairman \ Stars";
in Straus and Felix M. War-
burg, honorary chairmen of "Night
: and Carl J. Austrian,
chairman of the Joint Distribution
Ci mmittee f Si n "i rk.
LONDON (WNS) P a 1 c o r
Agency) Dr. C'haim Weizmann,
sident of the Jewish Agency for
Palestine has left here for Pales-
tine, where he will probably be
one of the most important Jewish
witnesses before the Royal Com-
sion inquiring into the disor-
ders. Before his departure, the
world Jewish leader said: "While
we are dissatisfied with the small-
ness of the immigration schedule
issued by the government, we be-
lied', however, that it is an en-
couragement to Jewish work in
Palestine. No matter what hap-
pen-, I do not believe that the
doors of Palestine will ever be
closed to Jewish immigration."
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Friday, November 13, 1936
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAX
Page Five
1937 Chevrolet Master De Luxe Sport
NEW YORK, Nov. C. Prices same as those of the 1036 cars,
for the new Chevrolet passenger The popular coach and town sedan
cars for 1987 were announced here models have been reduced S5, while
today by W. E. Holler, vice presi- the four-door sedan and the sport
dent and general sales manager, sedan prices remain unchanged,
upon his arrival for the National The coupe and sport coupe are the
Automobile Show.
only models to be increased in
price and these only S5 over the
1936 levels.
Prices of the Master DeLuxe
Chevrolet now cover features for-
It was revealed that for 1937
Chevrolet would have a completely
new line of cars, incorporating one
wheelbase and with identically the
,. iU__ merlv offered as optional at extra
same appearance. Heretofore, there .....
, .... ,, j:ff( cost, inc udmg knee-action, gaiety
have been two distinctly different '
i -u .. i ,.i t plate glass all around, fenders in
lines of cars with two lengths of '
, ., ._ .._; color matching the body, and
wheelbase and quite a wide van- ,1 .... ,'
, ... .. larger tires. The individual model
ance of specifications. .
prices are as follows:
Prices for the Master DeLuxe Coach, $695; sedan, $660; towa
models remain approximately the sedan, with trunk, S620; sport se-
Sedan
chm. with trunk, $685; business
coupe, 8585; sport coupe, with
l umble seat, S615.
The list prices of the Master
Chevrolet, which also include the
added equipment except knee-
action, are uniformly 360 under
the Master DeLuxe prices.
Body models in the Master De-
Luxe and Master lines are the
same except that the Master cabri-
olet with rumble seat takes the
place of a sport coupe in the De-
Luxe line. The Master wheelbase
is 3 1-4 inches longer than that of
the 1936 models and this model
also includes as standard equip-
ment syncro-mesh transmission,
larger tires, safety plate glass and
Jewish News
Around the
World
Anti-Nazi Feeling Rises in Britain
High Commissioner, with refugee
organizations in Paris. The Con-
gress' representatives will be Dr.
Nahum Goldmann, chairman of the
Congress" administrative commit-
tee, and Dr. Georg Bernhard. head
of its economic department and
president of the Paris Refugee or-
ganization.
LONDON (WNS). Hitler's
carefully laid plans to win British
good will have completely gone
awry and resulted in the resurgence
of anti-Nazi feeling as a result
of the stupid tactics of Joachim
von Ribbentrop, the new Nazi am-
bassador. His first statement on
arriving in London that Commun-
ism was the common enemy of
England and Germany precipitated
sharp attacks on him in the House
of Commons and by various labor
leaders. Spontaneous protests de-
manding his recall have been or-
ganized and streets and walls
throughout London are daubed
with the motto, "Ribbentrop must
go." The execution of Edgar
Andre, German Communist leader.
for an offense committed before
the Nazis came into power, fur-
ther exacerbated anti-Nazi feel-
ing. Bricks wen1 thrown through
the windows of the German em-
bassy, the labor members of Par-
liament sent a formal protest to
Hitler, and Arthur Henderson, son
of the late Foreign Secretary, pro-
tested directly to Ribbentrop.
Throughout London there were
anti-Nazi demonstrations.
SWARTHMORE, Pa. (WNS).
Dr. Simon Plexner, former direc-
tor of the Rockefeller Institute for
.Medical Research, has been named
Eastman visiting professor at Ox-
ford University for the academic
year of 1987-88, it was announced
here by Dr. Frank Aydelotte of
Swarthmore College and member
of the board which selects the pro-
fessors under the terms of the be-
quest of the late George1 East
man.
Paramount Pastry Shop
42 N. E. First Street Seybold Bldg.
Announces the Opening of
ITS NEW SHOP AM) STORE AT
445 Washington Ave.. .Miami Beach
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO ORDERS FOR PARTIES,
WEDDINGS, ETC.
The Baking of All Goods at Both Stores Is Under the
Personal Supervision of Mr. I. Tannenbaum
COME IN FOR OUR SATURDAY SPECIALS
I HAVE PAINS IN
MY MUSCLES AND
PAINS IN MY HEAD
INSTEAD OP OUT
SHOPPING -
I SHOULD 6
BED
I I OSED TO
SUFFER THE
SAME WAY UN-1
TIL, I FOUND
QUICK RELIEF
IN AN ANTI-
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ANTI-PAIN PILLS
BEYOND QUcTSTlOfi
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World Jewish (.ingress (Jets Place
On Refugee Advisory Board
PARIS (WNS). Two of the
18 places on the advisory council
attached to the office of the High
Commissioner for German Refu-
gees has been allotted to the
World Jewish Congress, it was an-
nounced here following a meeting
held by Sir Neil Malcolm, Refugee
o:
NORTHWEST
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J We carry the largest and
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We purchase all Moore Furni-
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Did you ever take a medicine to stop head-
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We'll wager you didn't take an Anti-Pain
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relief? We believe you will be delighted with the
results. Thousands of others are.
It will not cost much. Anti-Pain Pills sell for
one cent each, (less in Economy Package) and
one pill usually relieves.
Get Anti-Fain Pills at your Drug Store.
Regular pkg. 25 for 25c Economy pkg. 125 for SI.OO.
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fendera in color to match the body, ccption of knee-action and special
Both models are completely new | features of equipment and interior
In engine, chassis and bodies, and trim supplied only in the DeLuxe
are identical in design with the ex- models.
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e
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(Reduced One-Way Coach Fares from Miami
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PHILADELPHIA $20.68
BALTIMORE .... $18.73
WASHINGTON 817.98
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fare* to all other
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CLEVELAND .... $22.90
DETROIT......$23.05
NEW ORLEANS $14.69
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JACKSONVILLE $5.50
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, November 13, lt'36
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BULLETIN f'W*'.'. rtj*"!
ImL *^fet
Of Miami J f| m, "H
137 N. E. 19th St. B*n S
Of! Phone 2-7715 |^^gJUK^||
KABBI JACOB 11. KAPLAN RABBICOLMANA.ZWITMAN 6996 Albacore Drive 630 N. E. 31st St. Miami Beach 5-9875 Miami 2-9548
One or both of the Rabbis will be at the Temple every morning throughout the year.
CONGREGATIONAL
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i week, being Armistice
Rabbi Z itman will prea h
on Friday evening on the subject
of i'c n e, l'. ace, bul There is No
P .
Kaplan, and will start
ptly al B:15 o'clock.
will be in the form of plays, page-
ants, debates and symposia.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
in our R
i
!
Day ta n Peac was
Dr. Kaplan. Rabl 'wit
nil Iren he
I ited in
in and Daniel
i: hter.
attendance h
In cli
n was in In-
te liate, class i. and high
_.
\\ i' especially wish to call the
i ntion of parents and friend- to
our Re | i i School assem-
blies. Beginning with the forth-
coming assembly, the children will
participate and plan their own pro-
grams as class units. Bach cla i
will be asked to present a program
in the assembly as an indication of
different projects undertaken in
i lasses. The programs
SISTERHOOD
o o
The Si t< !. iod held a card parly
in Tuesday, at the home of Mrs.
Henry D. Williams. The affair
was immensely enjoyed and well
ti nded.
Among he more spiriiual under-
b of our Sisterhood, is the
ath, whi -h i to
take place i n S -' 1 in our
p!e. Various commit i .
der the i hairmanship of Mrs.
i .-ink .\. Perlman, are prepai
i ..-r,i in oi Ic
succc ss ii di served
.;. s rhe entire le \
rial .....iducted
: ii ml ei a iod, arid
a pir tual i eat is in store.
invisible vote for Roosevelt would
swamp I.andon .
About People
Father Coughlin's voice won't be
heard on the air after December
6 A Jewish newspaper in New
Jersey printed a political adver-
tisement of a certain Jacob Gold-
berg, candidate for alderman, and
used a picture of the noted Catho-
lic anti-Nazi, Prince Lowenstein,
as an ilustration by mistake .
Young William Rosenwald recently
threw a parly at the Waldorf-
Astoria that eo>! close to $60,000
Charles Angoff, ex-editor of the
American Mercury, and Louis
Weitzenkorn, forme:- Sunday edi-
tor of the New York World, will
be co-editors of a new weekly
which will rip the lid off every-
thing and everybody The
Hurst Wessel BOng, Nazi anthem,
is now being sung at public func-
tions in Italy Edna Ferber now
owns the swanky penthouse that
once bi I h.....I I I he late Ivar Kreu-
ger President Roosevet fet
as happy about a present he
just before his re ele i n ai
the election itself The gi'
watch-chain,
sent to FDR by Aide Bulova,
Nun ha'.- watch king .
(Copyright, 1936, by Se\ n
Arts Feature S; n licate)
winds up as a hero who (lashes
through scalding steam and flame
to rescue a shipmate. Ruby dances
to cay throngs, the while she
fights desperately to win the man
she loves to the traditions of the
Navy.
Edward Q. Robinson's dynamic
picture, "Bullets or Ballots," comes
to the Seventh Avenue Theatre for
Sunday only, with Joan Blondell in
the leading feminine role. Robin-
son plays the part of a hard-boiled
detective. Starting Monday at the
Seventh Avenue, there will be
shown the latest in sex film to be
produced, called "Sinful."
tie alone with himself and finally
try, and in this respect the pres-
ent campaign, despite its unparal-
leled viciousness, has served a very
useful purpose. It has, to a large
extent immunized Americans
against wild and ridiculous claims.
The very extremes of invective we
have just experienced are a form
of insurance against their repeti-
NAZIS WOULTi ELIMINATE
MOSES FROM 1BLE
BERLIN (WNS). Irked be-
cause school children are being
taught to revere Moses in religious
classes and to dete-t him in the
I ublic schools because he was a
Jew, the Westdeutscher Beobach-
ter has launched a movement to
eliminate Moses from the Old Tes-
tament. The paper says it has
received many letters from par-
ents supporting the -land.
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GENERAL
o o
I ii le hi au B'nai
Brith, the Miami Univi r ity boy '
and : i) ganized into a '
Jr wish i ult m al club, as did the
Jewish student body at the Uni-
ersity of Florida, in Gainesville,
'or the purpose of studying and,
. sing Jewish Literature and
wish Problems.
Our Rahliis were the speakers
at both meetings.
The thrill and romance of naval
officers in the making, men who
iii peace or in war, heroically
brave death for their country in
their line of duty, is colorfully de-
picted in "Shipmates Forever,
which is scheduled as the feature
attraction at the Tivoli theatre,
starting Sunday.
It is an intimate and revealing
Strictly
Confidential
By PHINEAS I- BIRON
Aftermath
Believe it or not, and don't let
anybody shah-shah you, the anti-
Semitic groups in this country, and
particularly in California, are sit-
ting shivah. They know that
President Roosevelt has already
okayed a more sweeping investiga-
tion of their activities than was
ever undertaken before Inci-
dentally, all reports to the contrary
notwithstanding, no Jew will be
appointed ambassador to the Sov-
iet Union ... A number of work-
ers at the Democratic National
Committee who took a small salary
during the campaign bo as to place
themselves in line for appointments
will be disappointed Among
them some well-known Jewish fig-
ures Al the attacks on Felix
Frankfurter as the chief "brain-
truster" of Roosevi It were waste 1
because if then was such a thing
as a chief ad' n ing the Presi-
dent's campaign tour, it was Judge
.,\ ho took a leave
of absei his duties as a
member of New York's Supreme
1 irt, and never left the side of
the Chief Executive Al Smith'
activities did not affect the Presi-
dential election hut were direcly
responsible for the heavily reducei
majority of Governor Lehman .
And that Jewish vote legendthat
Jews vote for Jews regardless of
party took an awful licking
in New York Pcnty of Jews
voted against Lehman And
Nathan D. Perlman, G. O. P. can-
didate for attorney-general, took
his worst beating in New York
City, wherc> the largest proportion
of Jews live ... It sounds funny.
hut Lehman carried Voikvillc, |
which is Naziville, but he ran be-
hind Roosevelt .
More Politics
That the Jews were heavily in
favor of Roosevelt's humanitarian
and progressive policies is clear
from a study of the election re-
turns There was such an in-
tense feeling on that subject that
the Yiddish daily, The Day, had to
refuse lucrative pro-Landon adver-
tising because its readers protest-
ed too much after the paper had
run one Landon ad And now
it can be told that William Allen
White Kansas editor and friend
of Landon, did not like the harp-
ing of John Hamilton and eX-Sena-
tor Jim Reed of Missouri on Du-
binsky and Hillman ... As a mat-
ter of fact, White qualified this
action, in a letter sent to a friend
of his, as "spiritual harlotry" .
Outside of Jim Farley, another man
predicted the landslide for FDR,
basing it on his personal contacts
with audiences throughout the
country That man was Dr.
Stephen S. Wise who told US three
weeks before the election that the
-t iry of the lives of the midship-
men at Annapolis.
Dick Powell and Ruby KeeKr
head the cast.
Hick sings; fights a bitter bat-
ahebn funeral home|
... FRANCIS AHERN, Pres. i,',j
1349 West Flakier'Street II
Telephone 2-2211
AMBULANCE SERVICE
American Voters
Reject Bigotry
I Con-lined from Page :' I
time have a keen awareiie-s of the
potential fascist forces within the
nation. The negligible vote
Father Coughlin's puppet Lemke i-
one evidence of the fact and the
ell vote itself is another,
rl ver, the vote -bowed that
Americans are not as credulous or
as gullible as some think they are.
They do not believe everything
they read in the papers or every
wild statement that is made. De-
spite the fact that 80 per cent of
the American press pumped for
Landon the people voted over-
whelmingly for Roosevelt.
This is of tremendous signifi-
cance in any appraisal of the fu-
ture of anti-Semitism in this coun-
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tion, or at least against their be-
ing believed at any future time.
Few Americans will be as credu-
lous of anti-Semitic libels as they
may have been before the present
campaign.
Another factor of importance is
that the anti-New Deal backers of
anti-Semitic propaganda will prob-
ably withdraw their financial sup-
port in view of the overwhelming
endorsement of the New Deal by
American people. It was to be
expected that such propaganda
would reach its apex before the
campaign and according to nor-
mal reckoning this support will be
gradually withdrawn.
As to the Jewish vote in this
campaign, it is probable that Jews
voted largely for Roosevelt, but on
the other hand, it is said that the
l] pointing showing of Governor
nan Of New York compared
with 1932 votes was due to the
fact that many Jews de evted Leh-
man. Also, Nathan D. Perlman
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Friday, November 13, 1936
THE JEWISH FLOKIDIAN
Society
Page Seven
Miss Doris Cromer, an attend-
ant in the wedding of Miss Milli-
cent Kuhin and Leonard K. Beld-
ner last Sunday, entertained with
a cabaret party Friday night at
the home of her parents, honoring
.Miss Rubin.
.Miss Cromer has returned to
.Miami from a six-month absence.
She visited in New Yolk and Phil-
adi Iphia, Pa., and traveled through
the New England states after
leaving Canada, where she was a
councilor at Camp Hiawatha at
Lac Brule, Quebec. She also vis-
ile! in Montreal.
*
The marriage of Miss Millicent
Rubin, daughter of Mr. and .Mrs.
M. Rubin, and Leonard Kelnian
Beldner, son of Mrs. M. E. Beld-
ner, took place Sunday in the gar-
dens of the Rubin home with Rabbi
.Max Shapiro of Beth David offi-
i ialing.
An improvised altar of palms
and standard baskets of chrysan-
themums enhanced the natural Bet-
ting of the garden. Prior to the
service -Miss Evelyn Raff sal I
Promise Me" and "I'll ting You
a Thousand Love Songs," accom-
panied by Miss Irene Farr. The
Bridal Chorus from "Lohengrin"
was played as the processional and
Mendelssohn's "Wedding March"
at the close of the service.
The bride was riven in marriage
by her father.
The attendants included Miss
Anna Leah Rubin, sister of the
bride, who was maid of honor;
Miss Doris Cromer, Miss Mildred
Dreisen, Miss Bessie Besvenick and
Miss Sylvia Miller, bridesmaids.
The bridegroom's cousin, Miss Syl-
via Rubin, was flower girl.
Following the reception the
bridal couple left for a trip to New
York. Philadelphia and Washing-
ton. The bride attended the Uni-
versity of Miami and Brenau col-
lege, specializing in dramatic art
at both colleges. Mr. Beldner at-
tended the University of Florida
and was graduated in law from
the University of Miami. Both
the bride and bridegroom are mem-
bers of pioneer Miami families.
Junior Hadassah Is entertaining
its members and friends at a din-
ner meeting on Monday, November
in, at the Palatial Restaurant, 235
X. F. 2nd st.. at 6:30 p. m.
Mrs. Bob Schweitzer is chair-
man for the evening, with Miss
Vivienne Jacobs as co-chairman.
Plans for the Thanksgiving
dance which Junior Hadassah is
giving on November 26, will be
presented and an entertaining pro-
gram will be given after dinner.
Dinner will be fifty cents per
plate, and all members and their
friends arc invited to attend.

MRS. IDA OPTNEB
Installed Pesidenl of the Jewish
Welfare Bureau ladies' Auxiliary
The Jewish Honor Society was
d this week by a group of
young Jewish boys and girls be-
tween the ages of 14 and 18. Full
details Will appear in our next
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Mr. I. Tannenbaum, one of the
most popular bakers in this area.
will be in personal charge of the
new Paramount Bakery she
store opened by him this week at
: IS Washii gton ave., Miami Beach.
Particular attention will be paid to
pastries and cakes uf all kinds, for
which Mr. Tannenbaum has estab-
lished an enviable reputation for
a long number of years. Satur-
day specials are being offered the
customers this week. Orders for
private affairs, such as weldings,
etc., will receive personal atten-
tion.
An unusually large audience at-
tended the social meeting of Sho-
lem Lodge of B'nai Brith last Tues-
day night at Beth David Hall.
The meeting was opened by Mr.
Isaac Levin, president, who pre-
sented Mr. Paul Marks, a promi-
nent young attorney, and Ben
Brith as the speaker of the eve-
ning. Mr. Marks delivered an in-
teresting address on "Armistice
1 lay and the Jew." Rabbi Shapiro
spoke briefly during the evening.
Mr. Isaac Levin accepted a beau-
tiful brass candelabra to the Lodge
for use in B'nai B'rith ceremonials
and Mr. Adelman formally dedi-
cated the candelabra. Chester
Alexander then as master of cere-
monies presented a splendid floor
show a n d refreshments were
d. An enthusiastic report on
the progress of Bnai Brith mem-
i I 'ship campaign was given by
E. Albert Pallott, chairman of the
campaign committee.

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at 15 Collins ave., Miami Beach,
will make its formal opening Sun-
day, November 15, beginning at
noon, under the management and
operation of Jacob Goldberg and
M. Green of the Congress Hotel
Bt Mi nticello, N. Y., and the Nemo
Hotel, Miami Beach. Mr. Goldberg
has established a host of friends, be-
ing one of the pioneer hotel men of
Miami Beach. Special attention
will be paid to the dining room,
which will be operated as strictly
kosher and which will be open to
the general public at all times.
Those desiring private parties,
weddings, Bar mitzvas and ban-
quets will be taken care of at rea-
sonable prices. Catering will also
be one of the specialties of the
new management. The public is
invited to visit the hotel at all
t imes.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kates of Ha-
vana, Cuba, arc receiving congrat-
ulations on the birth of a daugh-
ter iast Sunday. Mother and baby
are resting nicely. Mrs. Kates is
the former Miss Mildred Green-
berg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles (iiccnlicrg of Miami.
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