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The Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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Vol. 9No. 47
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1936
Price Five Centi
Co-Operatives To I Noted Rabbi | Tel Aviv Honors Foundation Fund IJewish News
Aid Polish Jews Disputes Laymen Justice Brandeis Names Officers Around the
NEW YORK (WNS). A plan ; NEW YORK WNS). Jewish
for large-scale industrial cooper- i )ay leaders who seek to curb djs.
ative action to find a market for I _. ,, ,
I cussion of social problems from
Polish industry and provide em-
ployment for Jewish workers and ;the Pul',,ls of *y***ogvi were at-
manufacturers in Poland was out-1 tacked by Rabbi James G. Heller
lined to a group of representatives,: of Cincinnati in a sermon at the
key Jewish organizations and ex- sjxth annual convention of the
porters by Samuel C. Lamport,
TEL AVIV (WNSPalcor) Louis Lipsky was named chair-
This all-Jewish city of 150,000 j ""an of the Board of Directors and
i ;\... Alfred M. Cohen, president of the
souls paid its supreme tribute to r T
, *~ ,.. B'nai Brith, of Cincinnati, JudKe
Louis D. Brandeis, Associate Jus-' ., ,.. ,.
f .u ti is* sm.'Wi iiini M. Lewis, of Philadelphia,
tice of the United States Supreme i .,
.. ,___ Louis Lipsky and Morris Rothen-
Court, by electing him an honor- J ,r _.., ._
Li m r .l ; berg, of New York and Elihu D.
arv citizen of Tel Aviv on the oc- i B ..
... .... ,, ,. .v4._ Stone, of Boston, were named Na-
caaion of his eightieth birthday.
,._., --------- ..-------------- ----- biaiii annual L.iii<;iiiiuii ui ""-. easion ot nis eignuetn Dirmuay. _
norters bv Samuel C I ist, at meeting in his home. Sub- American Hebrew bwjte ded that su.na. ..tmct.or. m ^ ^
mitting to the meeting the results
of his personal investigation of
Jewish conditions in Poland, where
he spent considerable time, re-
turning to this country a few
weeks ago, Mr. Lamport offered
the plan as constructive sugges-
tion for ameliorating the plight of
Polish Jewry. Although the plan
is only in its formative stage, those
present indicated that the organi-
zations which they represented un-
officially would join in such a
united undertaking. Mr. Lamport
informed a representative of the
Seven Arts Feature Syndicate that
he would not pursue the plan un-
less he was assured of the com-
plete support of all the Jewish or-
ganizations concerned. From a re-
liable source it is learned that the
conference in Mr. Lamport's home
foreshadows an arrangement be-
tween the Joint .Distribution Com-
mittee and the Federation of Pol-
ish Jews in America which would
result in some understanding for
carrying out the project proposed
by Mr. Lamport.
Those attending the meeting
were: Alexander Kahn, and Mor-
ris Troper of the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee; Prof. Morris
Raphael Cohen of City College; Dr.
S. Margoshes of the American
Jewish Congress; Benjamin Win-
ter and Z. Tygle, president and ex-
ecutive secretary respectively of
the Federation of Polish Jew.-;
Joseph Brainin of the Seven Arts
Syndicate; Jacob Leichman of the
Modern Industrial Bank; Bernard
Semel of the Jewish Association;
Symche Seiden of the American
Jewish Institute for Polish Indus-
try; George Backer of the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency; Oscar Jan-
owsky, Morris Waldman, secre-
tary of the American Jewish Com-
mittee; Samuel Sphiman of the
Amtorg Trading Corporation; Dr.
Julius Bogen, editor of the Jour-
nal of Commerce, and Dr. Marcus
Nadler of New York University.
ing of the newly elected Board of
Deploring the fact that "life has the 2> years of the citj s ex.s- ^^^ rf the Fund| which is
departed from the synagogue,' tence. The only other American instrument in the United
Rabbi Heller said that "our lay. to have earned the honor ii Mies ^ rf ^ ^.^ Agency f men are disturbed by the entry into Henrietta Szold, the -year-old pa,esti the gu e Jew|gh
it, in this guise, of the tragic and American social worker who is now rebuilding of the Jew-
tumultous life about us. Some con- head of the German Jewish chil-
dren's settlement bureau of the
World
Anti-Nazi Expected to Get Nobel
Peace Prize
tend that the synagogue is not the
place for the prophetic message,
that it should play primarily a
priestly role, or, let us say, as one
of my colleagues said not long ago,
that it should stand for the eter-
nal verities. I must pause to ask
of what significance the eternal
verities are to us if they cannot |
be read in the urgent, though tem-
poral problems of the day?"'
Receding faith in Judaism among
American Jews was also de-
nounced by Rabbi Heller, who said
that "for us Jewishness has be-
come nothing but a social rela-
tionship. We no more know how
Jewish Agency. The name of Jus-
tice Brandeis is now listed with
that of the late Lord Balfour, Gen-
eral Jan Smuts and other world
notables who have been elevated
to honorary citizenship in the
world's first all-Jewish city.
New Settlements
In Palestine
ish National Home in Palestine.
The Palestine Foundation Fund
(known in Hebrew as Keren Haye-
sod) is the agency through which
American Jewry provides funds to
maintain colonization, Immigra-
tion, education and similar activi-
ties of the Jewish agency in Pal-
estine. At the present time, the
fund-raising activities of the Pal-
estine Foundation Fund are co-
ordinated with those of the Jewish
National Fund in the United Pales-
tine Appeal, which has a $3,500,-
1986.
, 000 goal foi
Tel Aviv (WNS-Palcor Agency) ,_, idmm t electmg a chair-
Twenty-five new settlements lor ^ of ^ B(mrd q Dir(.ctors and
tionship. We no more know how : Jewish farmers are now in the pro- Natjonal chairmen for the con-
to pray and we have even forgot-1 ccss 0f establishment in the Bei- > du<_t q th(j nation.wide drive> tne
Oslo, Norway (WNS). A re-
buke to the Nazi government of
Germany is expected to be admin-
istered by the Nobel Prize Com-
mission, Carl von Ossietzky, Ger-
man pacifist and a prisoner of the
Nazis, being considered the most
likely recipient of the Nobel Peace
Prize for 1936. The probability that
Ossisetzky will be chosen seems
the greater because of the resigna-
tion of Norwegian Foreign Min-
ister Koht and former Premier
Mowinckel from the Nobel Peace
Committee in order, presumably,
that their official standing would
not cause an awkward situation to
arise between Norway and Ger-
many. Ossietzky was imprisoned
by the Nazis in 1933, being sent
to a concentration camp, but last
summer had to be removed to a
Berlin hospital, where he is still
being held a prisoner while under-
going treatment for serious kidney
and heart disease contracted dur-
ing his stay in the camp.
of the Palestine Foundation
named as Honorary Chair-
man of New York, Federal Judge
Julian W. Mack, Felix M. War-
,..-,------- ----------- -------- ---------- i ClUCl
ten how to weep and sing. From hum, Zebulon and Jordan Valleys Boan
a kingdom of priests we have be- 0f Palestine, it was announced at Vund
come a race of traders. The ignor- a meeting of the Agricultural ln. ^ Cynjg Adler) Qf phila_
ance of Judaism among our peo- Council of the General Jewish Fed- ^ Governor Herbert H. Leh-
ple is complete. Life has departed jeration of Labor (Histadruth)
from the synagogue." Recalling which opened here. The new col-
that it was synagogue "which onjeil wjh supplement the 188 set- -"^ and Dr Stephen S. Wise, of
strove to build up ideals and bring tlements reported to have been es- t ^^ Yoj.k Thg Treasurera are
them into our life," Rabbi Heller f lablished since the World war. ; j( ^ fl Cohen Rarry L Glucks.
said we must bring our people The additional colonies are to be ^^ ^ Abram Liebowitz; Secre-
back to the synagogue because we founded on land of the Jewish Na-
shall need it and the world shall tional Fund.
need it." The meeting also revealed the
sharp decline of Arab workmen on
Jewish plantations as a result of
the recent riots. Whereas the pro-
portion of Arab to Jewish labor-1
ers on leading privately owned;
High Commissioner Begins Testi-
mony in Camera
Christians Dead
After Rioting
Jerusalem (WN-SPalcor Agency)
Street rioting between Moslems
and Christians is raging through-
out Beirut after a night of terror
and violence which brought death
to 55 on both sides, it is reported
here from the capital of the Le-
banese republic. The riots, said
to be the most serious racial
clashes since the War, are a cli-
max of a period of tension and
orange plantations had been more
than two to one, the present fig-
ures show that there are now 8,000
man and Abram Liebowitz; Secre-
tary, Charles Ress; and Executive
Director, Robert Silverman, all of
New York.
Between meetings of the Board
of Directors, which is composed of
representative Jewish leaders
throughout the country, the affairs
of the Palestine Foundation Fund
in America will be supervised by
an Administrative Committee com-
posed of the officers and the fol-
urct suuw m* *.*.*. .~ -- -.- poseu ui tiic uuiwia *. vuv *~.-
Jewish laborers and 1,500 Arabs jowmg additional members: Isidore
employed in Jewish citrus settle-; Epstein, M. Maldwin Fertig, Jacob
HI____ *l. 1...,.-;,,n J ,,,,- t\f the r\___*i -------- T __
ments. Since the beginning of the
disturbances in April, 4,000 more
Jews have obtained employment in
Jewish plantation areas.
The Histadruth Agricultural
Council meeting was attended by
representatives of all the agricul-
tural settlements. The session was
Fishman, David Freiberger, Leon
Gellman, Issac Hamlin, Dr. Mau-
rice J. Karpf, Abraham Krumbein,
John L. Leibowitz, Dr. G. A. Low-
enstein, Rabbi Irving Miller, Isi-
dore D. Morrison, Elias Preiss,
Louis P. Rocker, Robert Szold,
Morris Weinberg, David Wertheim
Jerusalem (WNS Palcor Agency)
The hearings before the British
Royal Commission inquiring into
the recent Palestine disorders were
opened with the testimony of High
Commissioner Sir Arthur Wau-
chope, who asked to be heard in
camera. He continued his state-
ment into the afternoon. His tes-
timony was not revealed. It is
expected that the senior officials
of the Palestine government will
follow the High Commissioner with
testimony on the background and
causes of the recent disorders.
The launching of the inquiry-
was accompanied with the cere-
monious entry of the commission-
ers into the former Palace Hotel,
more recently government offices,
which has been transformed into
the commission's headquarters.
Commons Debates Anti-Fascist
Bill
Nazis Palm Off Their Films
Products of Refugees
a
NEW YORK (WNS). Taking
advantage of the fact that Euro-
pean film companies have made a
number of pictures directed by
German Jewish refugees and star-
ring refugee actors and actresses,
the Nazi regime is seeking to con-
vey the impression that pictures
produced under its direction are
also refugee productions. In or-
der that the American public may
not be deceived, the Joint Boycott
Council has prepared a list of com-
panies releasing and distributing
German-made films.
m'lX Of a periOU 01 Lensiun **ii, tu. o^w..------------- ----- -
mutual provocation that followed opened with a memorial for the 33 and Sigmund Thau.
the signing of the Franco-Leban
ese treaty, which had failed to
accede to Moslem demands for the
exclusion of Tyre, Sidon and Tri-
poli from the Lebanese Republic
and their inclusion in Syria.
The rioting included a number
of Armenians in the 55 killed. As
the fighting continued, the govern-
ment erected a barricade between
the Moslem and Christian quarters
and put the military in charge.
The beleaguered Christians have
organized a self-defense corps and
telegraphed to Premier Blum of
France, Mandatory power for the
Lebanon, and to the League of Na-
tions for protection.
Jewish agricultural laborers who
were killed during the riots. Speak-
ers at the meeting pointed out that
a majority of the workers in the
agricultural villages had enrolled
for the guarding and defense of
colonies in addition to their regu-
lar emploment. It was also dis-
closed that since the Arab strike,
the Jewish area under vegetable
cultivation had multiplied three
times and that the production of
milk had been so stimulated as to
cover the needs of the entire
Yishuv. It was also announced that
the Jewish Agency was now plan-
ning upon a program of irrigation
work in thirty settlements.
Polish Jewish Shopkeepers Appeal
For Aid
Warsaw, (WNS). A delega-
tion of Jewish shopkeepers from
various Polish provincial towns has
come here to ask for the aid of
the Warsaw Jewish "Kala" com-
mittee as a result of severe penal-
ties that have been inflicted upon
them in their home territories as
Endek retaliation for the recent
protest strike against the Pryztyk
pogroms of last spring. The pro-
test strike had been ordered by
the Kala.
London (WNS). General ap-
proval on the part of members of
Parliament of the anti-Fascist bill
now pending in the House of Com-
mons was brought out in the course
of a debate which followed the sec-
ond reading of the bill. It is ex-
pected that the measure, which
will bain all Fascist demonstra-
tions and uniformed private arm-
ies, will be passed next week. In
the course of debate it was indi-
cated that there is good reason to
suppose that the British Fascists
are receiving foreign financial aid.
Home Minister Sir John Simon de-
clared that inciting banners and
placards also would be prohibited.
Some minor changes are expected
to be made in the bill before its
passage.


I I ~' II*
Page Two
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. November 20. I Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Levin will be
"at home" to their friends in cel-
ebration of their twenty-fifth wed-
ding anniversary on Sunday eve-
ning, November 2!>th, from 8 to 11
o'clock, at their home, 430 N. K.
Twenty-irnth st. All friends are
cordially invited to attend. No
cards will be issued.
* *
The formal installation of the
officers of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Cemetery Association will take
place at a gala banquet in Gork-
lein'a Vegetarian and Dairy Res-
>o<------>oc
et
SOCIETY
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the
At the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation new Sunday school
classes will be formed and late
registration will be held on Sun-
day morning, November 22nd, at
10 o'cock, at which time parts will
be assigned for the Chanukah play
and celebration, which is scheduled
taurant, 921) Washington ave., for Sunday, December 18. The pro-
Miami Beach, on Sunday, Novem-1 pram of instruction will cover
ber 2!lth, at 7:30 p. m. In charge Biblical and post Biblical Jewish
of arrangements are Mrs. Isidor history, songs, short prayers, CUS-
Cohen, Messrs. H. M. Drevich, Nat \ toms and ceremonies. Parents are
Zalka. Harry Wasserman and E.
Gordon. A gala program of en-
tertainment will be presented dur-
ing the evening, in addition to the I 10 vears.
Washington ave., Miami Beach,
will fill a long wanted need in this
area.
with a
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The Workmen's Circle, Miami
Branch, will celebrate its tenth
Dec.
pro-
Newly built, the restaurant birthday on Sunday evening,
capacity of more than three -Mb. at 7 o'clock, when a gala
hundred at one time, is decorated gram will be presented with some
in the most beautifully modernis-' of the outstanding speakers and
tic style with large circular mi.- entertainers of this area pa. Uci-
rors throughout the large dining l-ating. The event Will be held at
room. The kitchen is equipped Goldberg and Ccns Biscayne-
with the latest and most modern Collins Hotel. Miami Beach. Res-
sanitary devices to insure proper ervations may be made with any
handling of foods. Pastries and |member of the organisation.
cakes will be baked by their own
one of the organizers of the
gregation, was elected
con-
preaident;
speakers, who will tell of the work
of the organization. Rabbis Max
Shapiro and Abraham A. Kellner
will deliver brief addresses during
the evening. Admission will be
seventy-five cents per plate. Res-
ervations may be made with Mr.
H. M. Drevich at 6 S. W. Second
ave., Miami, or by phoning 2-3274.
urged to send their children, as chefs, and only the finest of foods A meeting ot the Miami Beach
accommodations will be made for will be served. Prepared by culin- Kosher Butchers' Association will
children between the ages of ". and arv experts with years of experi-; be held next Sunday evening,
s will be Nov. 22nd. at 8 o'clock, at which
time definite plans for the com-
ing season will he announced.
Commencing last Tuesday, No-
vember 17th, Rabbi Kellner is in
charge of classes and for a lim-
ited period of time, additional reg-
istration will be held. Classes for
ence, delicious dairy food
served to delight the most jaded
apetites. Strict vegetarian dishes,
resembling in taste and appear-
ance meat and poultry dishes,
known as "pritis" dishes, will be
beginners as well as those of ad- a specialty of the restaurant, which
vanced standing will be formed.
At the last meeting of the Ta-
mar De Sola Pool Young Judea
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Mi- Natalea Simons was chosen prcsi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congregation
is sponsoring one of its series of
dent; Gloria Kirstein, 1st vice
president; Marcia Kohl, 2nd vice
card parties on Sunday evening, 1 president, and Lois Risner, secre-
Nov. 22nd. beginning at 8 o'clock, tary. The next meeting of the
organization will be held on Sat-
urday, Nov. 21st, at 2 p. m. o'clock,
at the home of Lois Riesner, 1867
S. W. 13th st., to which all mem-
bers and friends are invited. A
program will be presented.
at the home of Mrs. Nathan Adel-
man, 1421 N. W. First St. The
public is invited to attend. Pro-
ceeds will be used for the Talmud
Torah fund of the synagogue.
Prizes will be awarded for high
scores and refreshments will be
served.
Mrs. Rose Mandel of 120 S. W.
loth ave., returned from a seven
month's trip to Boston, Mass.,
where she underwent a serious op-
eration from which she is now
Young Women's Hebrew Asso-
ciation Night will be observed Fri-
day, November 20th, at Beth Da-
vid Talmud Torah Hall at the late fully recovered,
services, beginning at 8:15 p. m.
Miss Ida Engler will speak on Rabbi Max Shapiro will be guest
"What Miami Lacks as a Jewish speaker at the regular meeting of
Community." Rabbi Max Shapiro, Junior Hadassah on Monday eve-
who will conduct the services, will ning, Nov. 23rd, at Beth David
address the worshipers. Cantor
I-ouis Hayman, assisted by Beth
David choir, will chant the serv-
ices. Saturday morning services
at Beth David will have the Junior
Congregation meet at 10:30 a. m.
with Henry Mendell, Howard
Schwartz and Robert Miller con-
ducting the services.
? *
An important meeting of the lo-
cal B'nai B'rith lodge will be held
next Tuesday evening, November
24th, beginning at 8 o'clock. Among
the important business to be trans-
acted at this meeting will be the
report of the nominating commit-
tee headed by Dr. Frank Coret.
Nominations for officers will be
recommended for the coming year.
Reports of the standing of the
membership campaign now in
progress, will be given by E. Al-
bert Pallott, chairman of the mem-
bership campaign committee. All
members are urged to attend.

Mr. and Mrs. K. Max Goldstein
are receiving congratulations on
the birth of a son at the Victoria
Hospital last Tuesday. Mother
and baby are resting nicely.
FlAClfRt8'.hAve Phoii7 H57
Sat.-Sun.-Mon., Nov. 21-22-23
Walter HustonRuth Chatterton
Paul I.ukasMary Astor
DODSWORTH
will be operated by Louis S. Gor-
kind and David P. Klein, both of
New York. These gentlemen have
had years of experience in the
dairy and vegetarian restaurant
business in New York City, where
they have established a splendid
reputation. A cordial invitation is
extended to the general public to
visit the new restaurant,
e a *
Full details of the Rabbi David
I. Rosenbloom Memorial moating
to be held on Tuesday evening,
December 1st, will be announced
in the next issue of the Jewish
Floridian. Rabbi Max Shapiro is
chairman of the arrangements
committee. Among those taking
part in the memorial meeting will
be Rabbis Max Shapiro. Jacob H.
Kaplan, Colman Zwitman and
Abraham A. Kellner. All local or-
ganizations are urged to have
their members attend this me-
morial en masse at the Beth Jacob
The local branch of the Work-
men's Circle is sponscring a Yid-
dish play at the Temple Theater
on January 7th, at 8:15 p. m.
o'clock. Full details of the event
will be announced in an early issue
of this paper.

The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Jewish Welfare Bureau urges all
having east off clothing or other j
rummage to contribute the same
to the Rummage Store of the or- I
ganization at 137 N. W. 5th st.'
Those unable to bring the rum-
mage to this store are asked to
phone the following and the rum-
mage will be called for. Coral '
Gables, Mrs. Morris Oubler, phone .
Evergreen 69; Miami, Mrs. L. J.
Harts, 21785; Mrs. Ida Optner,
Bayview .'144-J; Mrs. Harry Kauff-
man, 24485; Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau office, 23710; Miami Beach,
Mrs. M. Jacobs. 54570; Mrs. B.
Rattner, 52321.
Mr. J. Louis Shochet, 1st vice
president; Mr. mux Mintzer, 2nd
vice president; Nathan Adclman
treasurer; and Nat Blumberg, s'e,'
retary. Chosen to the Board of
Directors were: Max Rappaport,
E. Albert Pallot, Barney Drevich
and H. Farber. Additional direc-
tors will be named by the officers
and directors at the first meeting
of the executive board. The offi-
cers will be officially installed at
a banquet to be held shortly, full
details of which will appear in an
early issue.
* *
Jerome Weinkle, junior of the
school of business administration
of the University of Miami, was
the winner of an oratorical con-
est sponsored Tuesday by the uni-
versity debating council. Sol Hor.
witz. a member of the law s chool,
won second place. The subject wbi
"The Results of War."
Winner and runner-up were
awarded medals. The winner's
name was engraved upon a loving
cup donated to the university by-
Delta Epsilon Phi fraternity. Med-
als were donated by the debating
council.
*
Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion is temporarily located at 18i>0
S. W. Fourth st., and may be
reached in connection with his du-
ties by phoning 2-0879.
fK* 7'"Ave tJir'STPhorWSSSI
Sun.-Mon., Nov. 22-23
Dick Powell
Ruby Keeler
SHIPMATES FOREVER
Talmud Torah at 8 o'clock. His
topic will be a discussion of Jus-
tice Brandeis.
Miss Grace Berg will entertain
with readings and Miss Sylvia
Rayvis will discuss final plans for
the Thanksgiving dance which
Junior Hadassah is giving on Nov.
26th at the Mayflower Hotel, Mi-
ami Beach. Miss Rayvis is gen-
eral chairman for the affair.
* >
Milton A. Friedman, prominent
local attorney and one of the ac-
tive workers of the Bnai Brith, is
now at his home following a se-
rious illness at the Jackson Me-
morial Hospital.
*
Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner ar-
rived here Tuesday morning to be-
gin his duties as Rabbi of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion to which position he was re-
cently elected.
* >
Junior Hadassah will give its
annual Thanksgiving dance on No-
vember 26th at the Mayflower Ho-
tel. Miss Sylvia Rayvis, chair
man, is beieng assisted by Miss
Myra Goodkowsky, Mrs. Robert
| Schweitzer, Miss Sylvia Wilensky,
i Miss Audrey Cutler, Miss Selma
[ Yarchar, Miss Doris Rubin, Miss
Natalie Pallot and Miss Dorothy
Davis. Tickets may be obtained
from any member.
*
Opening the most modern vege-
tarian and dairy restaurant in
South Florida, Gorklein's Vegeta-
rian and Dairy Restaurant at 929
Officers of the Miami Jewish
, Orthodox Congregation were elect-
!ed at a general meeting of the Con-
synagogue to pay their respects to ; gregation last Monday ni(,ht at'
the late leader of local Jewry. the synagogue. Mr. H. M. Drevich,
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Lxtra barge, graded Schley Pecans. 1 lb. 45c
Pecan Roll. Fruit Nougat each 75c
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Friday, November 20, 1936
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
wJewisti Meridian
FLORIDA'S ONLY .MiWISH WEEKLY
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
by the
JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO.
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EDITORIAL OFFICES:
21 S. W. 16th Avenue Phone 1-1 US
Two new and vital documents
have just issued from the move-
ment, both admirably presented by
the publisher. They are "Creative
Judaism." by Mordecai M. Kaplan
(Belli Hum's Jewish Hook House).
Phone 2-5304 Rabbi Eisenstein's small volume is
how anyone can say anything high-
er in its praise. The recognition
of Judaism as the civilization of
lhe Jewish people, the recognition
of this civilization as a religious
one, the plan to organize the en-
tire Jewish population of America
J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor
FRED K. SHOCHET. Circulatio Man.ner
CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN
Field Representative
skillful popularization (in the very into one great community for the
best sense 1 of "Judaism as a Civ- purpose of helping Jews to live
Entered aa second elaaa matter July 4. 193*. at the Pout Office at Miami. Florida,
under the Act of March 3. 18711.
ilization"; the volume of papers
represents a selection of varied and
vital contributions to "The Recon-
structioniat" which the editors con-
si 1.1 worthy of reprinting in this
more permanent form.
creatively the civilization which is
theirs inevitably and which, there-
lore, alone can give them an ade-
quate means of growth and ex-
pression these are capital mat-
ters. I do not see how anv Jew
Page Three
be held this coming Tuesday, No-
vember 24th, at the "Y" clubrooms.
In charge of arrangements are
Miss Eleanor Ruben, chairman, as-
sisted by Mrs. Weiner, Mrs. Nat
Blumberg and Mrs. I.ubel. Bring
your wives, husbands, sweethearts
and in-laws, as preparations are to
supply plenty of refreshments plus
added entertainment. Free to all.
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 Monthn SUBSCRIPTION


FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, Vol. 9No. 47 136
*@*
The chief merit of raconstruc- who has reflected at all deeply ov
tionism is its realism on fundamen- at all scrupulously can withhold
tal issues. It starts out with the
recognition that Jewry is neither
a sect nor an organization which
men can join or leave. The Jews
are a people and Judaism is a civ-
ilizationthe civilization of the
Jews, It might have been happier authority
to have u.-e 1 the word "culture" in teachers.
its anthropi! > ical sense. But that
is n minor di .ai'. The mark of
this civilization < culture, which
sets it off from ot'.l I'S and chiefly
character zes i. is the fact that it
his assent or co-operation.
The weakness of the movement
is its slightly "dated" positivism.
I want to speak in all humility.
The leaders of the movement are
men whose Jewish learning and
entitle them to be my
Only, they talk about
religion and then shy away. Meta-
physical considerations burn their
lingers, They go in for Vaihinger
i tacitly I and the al- ob attitude.
.Why, in 1936? People will not
is in the broa i and deepest sense commune in prayer with "the pow-
a Religious civilization. It em- .-. that endorses what we believe
braces the whole man. But its em ought to be," but only with the
phasis is on the religious aspect. Melechc Adon I'khol ha-shalom .
Judaism being a civilization and | on e wrote (if I dare mention it)
the Jewish people its living bear- g small book named "The I'crma-
ers or, if one prefers, vessels, it ,.,,, Horizon," which privately 1
follows that, since .lews must live called: Prolegomena to the Jewish
within this civilization or, rather, religion The liberation of meta.
live it in experience, it can be a physics has been completely ac-
healthful and so helpful civilization complished. Religion is primary in
Of course (hat familiar bird, the vulture, is too well ""'>' '' Jewa live il affirmatively | the categories of time and value,
known to need anv introduction. It serves, some ornithol- ""l l"hl>- Reconstructiomsm sug-iThc positivisms die Lucretius,
ogists say, to take care of carrions. Yet the verv mention *st* as the most important next Comte, Huxley. Israel and man-
has re-
Under their new president, Sam
Badanes, the Juniors have made
intensive strides in adding to their
membership by their sponsorship
o!' various functions. Last Sunday
I at their picnic and outing, over 21")
j of the Juniors attended and par-
ticipated in swimming events, and
numerous other interesting games.
to the complete satisfaction of one
and all who attended. Much credit
for this successful outing belongs
to Miss Evelyn Marks, chairman.
Former President Ann Lehrman
is making al necessary plans tor
the Junior division installation,
which is to be held very soon.
Getting back to sports, the "V"
basketball team's clean record
no losses is >till intact. I f
to mention thai they have a- y
jday their first game. Darfm n
I.abin ?
Vultures
Good News Milton Friedman,
ardent "Y" worker, who was quite
ill last week, is recuperating splen-
i illy. If you wish to visit him,
go to 1037 S. W. Twentieth BVl .
Of the vuhure brings with it a feeling: ol revulsion, of abhor- "i1 "'"";i ""* *nd "" :'"",|KI
rence. It is associated with that which we like to forget. Jewisn order, "' owtatlon but
tile consolidation ol American
Far more despicable is (he human vulture, who. because I Jewry into one gnat community,
of a disaster or seme unfortunate happening, immediately | which is to represent through every
appears upon the scene to seize upon everything in sight. Jew who feels that he is a Jew
_. .. T __i t hi ,u Ithe "ethical nationhood" of Jewry competition ("papers." p. 152 ft'.).
The mass of the Jewish community constituting Uw| Anun(in Will, M
Jewish populace ol Greater Miami is composed of honorabe community the.* can be,
men and women who live clean and upright lives do their bit 8na,0gous ones, all .had-
toward things Jewish and when properly and dil.genth ap- ,
proached do not. in the main, shirk .heir duty. It Is to that l ,( lu,Hti(,n;l,lv ,, |t wl!1
great mass that we speak. I |m u]>u,y_ f;u.(, oi|i.'o,n ,|n|r ,,,,
Chaos has marked (he "kashrus situation" in this areajlcms in so far as they are group and Jewish civilization has not the
for a number of years. From time to time some semblance problems, co-ordinate cultural and and validation thereby
of decency was installed. During the past year, due to the educational activities, focus all so- civilization and we
efforts of a departed and respected leader, unappreciated. Icial services and provide oi well do our best to dis-
of course, on the surface if nowhere else respect for the Jew-J of defense against anti-Semiti Bui reconstruction!
itself but an ither expression of the
the Jewish people to live on.
kindIsrael, above all-
gained its cheruth olam.
Another weakness is the sudden
intrusion now and then of the eco-
nomic fallacy. If Jew-hatred could
be eliminated by the elimination o*
then we are not einmalig historic-
ally and our history and martyr-
dom have no meaning and the rise
of anti-Semitism does not symbol-
ize the spiritual decay of the peo
among whom it is observed
ish name was exhibited. .Meddling laymen, particularly those It will, in brief, provide
who claimed to know it all. and who could quote galore from)ical framework in which i will
Schedule of event.-:
.Monday, November 23Junior
division meeting and program.
Tuesday, November 24 Y. W. II.
A. bunco party and entertainm i :
free.
Wednesday. November -<
Young Men's Hebrew Associati n
meeting, plus program.
Thursday. November 26 B ..
ScOUt meeting.
Saturday and Sunday- p
house to all member- and fri
Strictly
Confidential
Tidbits Prom Everywhere
By PH1NEAS J. BIRON
authorities existent and non-existent, kepi to themselves, easier for Jews to live as Jews, to (Copyright, 1936, by Seven Arts
This year a number of these meddlers alread) have arisen
. they propose to organize "v'aad Hakashruth" they
already are setting themselves up as experts who decide as
to whether a "shoched" is capable or not.
function as Jews, to bring up their
children as Jew- and thei e
o.' richer and more sell'-a:'! irnia-
inian bi ings and n
II is regarding these, whom we cannot term other than Rec0nltructionism assumes the
"vultures.- that we direct our appeal to the public. If you. ,,,.,,lll!v Pale8tine to the re-
Jewish men and women, desire thai the Jewish name be re- ,,,, u, civllizatloi1 the Jewa aa
spected it is high time that you put these meddlers in their we ag lh(. ;lt K.as, gymboiica| pri.
places. If the meddler be a real Talmid ( hochom. he should ma,.v iif |1(. Hebrew language. It
know that he is not the man to decide Jewish law. '1 here are repudiates the ,,.,., Gaiuth
properly constituted authorities to do that. fol, lhi, dtoperiton and i am very
Particularly al this time, while we are still within the willing that, for pragmatic pur-
"ahloshim," the period of mourning for a departed leader of i "< M should do bo and do so
a Jewish community, these gentlemen should be told where with all sincerity. To face the
"to get off." if we are permitted to use the vernacular. quite ultimate psychological truth
on this issue is too hopeless and
There is no room in the Jewish community for "vul- araiyzing. By the same token na-
tures." local or tourist. ^_____________________________________constructionism, while holding that
Jews must be crippled souls unless
osophical as well as the most dig- they experience their Jewish civ-
nified contribution that American ilization affirmatively, declares
Judaism as such has yet made to that American Jews must be Amer.
the right and fruitful grasping of jcan first and Jews afterwards,
our problems as a people and as a This, too, again from a pragmatic
group within American life. ange, it is well enough to concede.
although (provided 1 understan
ire Syndicate)
M I A M I
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
The World's
Window
Reconslructionism
By LUDWIG LBWI80HN
This column is copyrighted by
the Seven Arts Feature Syndi-
cate. Reproduction in whole or
in part strictly forbidden. Any
infringement will be prosecuted.
correctly) there will be trouble
It is high time that all thinking
Jews who may not yet have done
The founder of the movement is |
Dr. Mordecai M. Kaplan and it3
about the definition of the won!
fundamental text is Dr. Kaplan's . "Judaism aa a Civilisation" (Mac-
Millan, 1984). For the past year Needless to say. reconstruction-
and a half, moreover, Dr. Kaplan.ism has its critical as well as Its
and a group of his adherents and constructive aspects and its crit-
Icloser colleagues have issued a hi- icism of the various forms which
Judaism, and essentially the reli-
gious life of Judaism, take in the
weekly periodical called "The Re-
COnStrUCtionist," which ranks with
so take cognizance of the Recon- the "Jewish Frontier" in that cru- world, has been immensely cogent
structionist movement and philos- cial matter of intellectual serious- and telling. But the constructive
ophy. No doubt can cloud the fact j ness which is so rare in Jewish- aspects of the movement have been
that this movement, for want of j American life as it is, for that | far more important than its mere
an exactor word, is the most phil-' matter, in American life itself. ly critical ones, and I do not see
As this column is written, ex-
actly one month remains before
the Y. M. H. A. will present its
greatest function
of the year, the
fifth a n n u a 1
dance. The friend-
ly spirit which
reigns supreme in
all "V" functions
will be particu-
larly exemplified
at this annual gala occasion, to be
held at the beautiful Cinderella
Ballroom, now known as the Miami
Civic Center. Entertainment Chair-
man Arthur Blatt is making the
iary negotiations to secure
the two most outstanding orches-
tras in this area to supply the
merrymaking for that evening.
The next presentation of the Y.
W. II. A. will be a bunco party, to
Brandeisettea
Virtually everyone ki
nts in the career o 80-
Id Justice Brandeis I
did you know that until recent
wii a crack canoeist'.' Th.it
he takes his lunch to the sup
chambers'.'... That I'
dent Wilson wanted him to be at-
torney general? That I
Charles Eliot, late president
Harvard, favored Brandeis a
or'.'... That in many small
towns in Eastern Europe then
\i-; pictures ut' Brandeis describ-
ing in ;:.; "the president of the
.lewi-h state"? That he doi sn't
own a car and always rides in '.avis
owned by independent operators?
. That he rarely refers to doc-
uments? That he sends in his
ciues to the Zionist Organisation of
America exactly on January 5th,
which was the day he joined in
1912? And that he atten Is to
all his correspondence himself in
longhand ?
This and That
Won.lei- where the Young Ju-
dean got the cockeyed idea that
Mrs. Wally Simpson is Jewish .
In its October issue the ore. I i
Young Judea -ays that "an Amer-
ican Jewish woman, a Mrs. Simp
son from Baltimore, moves freely
in the royal court of England" .
Sounds funny to have the Young
Judean and the Nazi press ;
tag, because, as you know, the
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I'a .re Four
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAX
Friday, November 20, 1936
Orlando Notes
The Ladies' Auxiliary of Con-
gregation Ohev Sholem sponsored / A_| _~ _. mtm \ \M f%
benefit supper bridge Wodncs- C~ A \ Y/ I it. K. I U \Y/ V
day evening. November 18th, in ^ A\ \A# Jf I >l Wlf ^
the vestry rooms of the synagogue. I
Many winter visitors were pres-
ent. Mrs. B. Safer was general
rntan, assisted by the follow-
S.cSfm Mttseai, Mrs. Ben sega'i Tampa Notes Daytona Beach Jacksonville News
and Mrs. Ben Salomon. _______ ----------
---------- The tri-city convention of the Guests received novel prizes at Mrs. Neal Finkelstein, chairman
Mr. and Mrs. M. Klein of New junjor Hadaasah, held at the Flo- the card party Sunday night at of the November committee of the
York arc making Orlando their ,.jdian Hotel, was well attended. In the home of Mr. and Mr-. Louis Temple Sisterhood, has announced
permanent home. tnc, evening a supper was given in Ossinsky, sponsored by the local extensive plans for the annual eab-
---------- their honor by the Ladies' Aux- lodge of B'nai H'rith. The prize arel. the outstanding event of the
Mr. and Mrs. A. .1. Haimovitz jijary f thl, Congregation Rodoph for every table was that table. Sisterhood season.
and daughter returned from Lake I sholom at the synagogue. Ad- After refreshments were served. This cabaret will be given at 9
Worth, where they visited rela- dresses were made by Rabbi Adolph winners weir busy folding up their o'clock Tuesday .veiling. December
I -.
Mrs. B. Goldberg of Boston,
Mass., has arrived in Orlando to
I the winter season.
Burger. Mis. B. Haimovitz and tables.
Anita Silverman of Miami, after Mrs. Louis
< th. in Morocco Temple.
Roey won the float- At a recent meeting commit-
which a dance was given at the ing prize. Kphraim Solkoff of tees were appointed for the affair.
Moulin Rouge.
The Hebrew school of Congrcga-
Mr. and Mrs. II. Schneider ,.;. R0doph Sholom is now re-
a Chanukah play.
I to Wauchula.
Ocala received the door prize. Al- Ii is announced that Raymond
bert Rutberg was high at the poker Gage's orchestra, one of Jackson-
table :.nd Or. Irving Levey at pi- ville's best, will supply the music.
nochle. Bridge winners were Mr. An attractive program will be pre-
and Mr-. Hiram Adler, Mr-. Louis sented.
Ossinsky, .Mrs. s. Katz, Mrs. Si-
. I. Engel has returned from: Mr .lll(i Mrg u gimovitz, mon Epstein, Miss Cinda Lee, Miss
nville, where she visited rel- ., was a recent event, Marian Levey, Mr.-. William Sir-
atives. Mi l Pauline LiebovitZ and her fi-
ancee. S I ieschman, will be
Abe Shapiro returned :, ,,, hi,n . : ,. Fla., when- she accompa- iving dance of l|u, Mel.rv.
niece, Corinne, wh i is re-
ining there at Dr. Albee'a sani-
I tor obsei vati in.
Mr. ami Mr.-. II. Block of San
. ivere guests of Mr. and Mr-.
Ilillman last week.
Lib Nov. 25 at Davis Is-
i intry ("lub. Musi,- will
be provided by Mamie! Sanchez
stra.
kin. Irvine- Sack.-. Mrs. George
Liebman, Mrs. Sylvia Washerman
and Ml s. Sid Trager.
Mis- Sadie Kskin assisted as
less.
The regular monthly meeting of
ih- Senior Hadassah chapter was
held Monday afternoon in the Jack-
onville Jewish (enter.
X. F. Cohen, president,
:: report of the annual na-
convention of Hadassah,
which tool: plai ly in Phil-
adcl] hia and wh'ch Mrs. Cohen at-
: Kate Bandrimcr and Mrs. S. I..
Battner.
Harry Sachs, master of ceremo-
I nies, introduced the entertainers,
! Charles and Nancy Doll, a broth-
1 er and sister act of singing and
dancing; Grace Smith, singing and
! tap dancing, and little Maxine
Masters, acrobatic dancing.
Judges in the old-fashioned prize
waltz were Willie Silverman, Har-
ry Sachs and Jack Bernard. The
winners, Mr. and Mrs. Israel Safer,
were each presented with gifts.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bernard were
the winners of the famous spot
dance. Mr. and Mrs. Itz Green-
berg were the winners of a prize
gift in the pep dance.
Novelty dances included the
whistle dance, the Paul Jones and
the moonlight waltz.
Toward the close of the affair
the orchestra dedicated several
numbers to Mr. and Mrs. Marx
Baker, on the anniversary of their
wedding.
Delicious refreshments were
served during the evening. The
committee in charge consisted of
Mrs. A. Nabin, Mrs. H. Yoffee,
Mrs. B. B. Becker, Mrs. Sam Datz,
Mrs. B. Baker, Mrs. Dave Blatt-
ner, Mrs. X. Michelson, Mrs. J. T.
VVilensky and Mrs. J. Shapiro.
The committee in charge of the
gift prizes included Mrs. Morris
Ghelerter and Mrs. Sam Bryan.
lie B. Meyer and her sis. Iilan ||a](.
i Ida Lechner, are hi i
.i on from Chautauqua,
.\. Y.
Two new mi mbers have bei n
admitted to the Merryfellows Club,
aie Paul Kirstein ani
!. Fichman of Philadelphia is
of Norman Gaber.
Mist Sara Hechl wa-
at a dinner and card party
Tuesday evening at the Cameo
Tea Room given by Mrs. A. I.
. Mrs. Al. Juster and Miss
Clara Wohl. Only a few close
Is attended.
St. Petersburg
Notes
"Israi I's Etei nal I in im" i- the
ubject \' Rabbi Alcxandei S, tended a: one of the delegates
pic Friday night. No- the local chapti
vember 20th, at Temple Israel. Seme excerpts from the current
l.a-t Friday night Armistice was events from national Hadassah
\'a- the theme of the program, at which h adquarters were read by Mrs. J.
Louis Ossinsky, president of the Becker. A social hour was en-
local lodge. B'nai B'rith, was loyed by the members.
uest of peaker and invited others to .i in
. Sidney I.. Battner is chair-
tin oi the committee in charge of
Tlie B'nai B'rith is planning a ngementf for the Armistice
special initiation program I'm- De- i msored by the La
cember llth. and following that di( Hel ew Sheltering Ail So-
or a huge dinner-dance cietj and Mom- for the Aged. She
New Vear's, when many out-of- wi by her committee.
rthich ii ided Miss Kate Bandri-
Seapoard Railway
Increases Service
ation B'nai Israel serv-
Friday nighl at 8 o'clock.
Rabbi Morris Bau-
melj entitled "Revelation." Jacob's
philosophy of Godliness, unlike that
if h is. Abraham and
IC, will be tile subject of dis-
on. Lowell Fyvolent will pre-
a nailing. Saturday morn-
ii j's services at 9 o'clock, the ser-
mon will be on "The Unity of the
Stones." Winter visitors are cor-
dially invited.
Mi-. Jay Markovitz entertained town guests will be invited,
several of her friend- al a buffc
-upper la-i Wednesday evening. loon,- ,,f | e Rodoph Shalom
Synagogue, A long array of tal-
'i M. II. \. ented genilemen wi!! take the
A Mock Trial will be enacted al parts lawyers, witni
the V. M. II. A. in >un lay eve- and jury. A I males
ning, Nov. L'L'. : o'clock. Thi pa will be taken by men. The
lei to the Mock We ial" will be follov a dance,
recently held in the vestrj 'ike public is invited.
' Ghelertei and M rs.
i:
The au 1 trium of the Jai
Jewish Centi r was ',
with large Am
la : alms. The dec-
of Mrs.
'< i ei Ta Mrs. Edd Har-
ris, Miss Sara Michaelson, Miss
German Refugees as Chalutzim and Chalutzos

The Judaic- Council will have a
card party at the auditorium of
the Congregation B'nai Israel, 1039
Arlington ave.. on Sunday night,
November '22m\. The public is in-
vited.
The members of the Congrega-
tion H'nai Israel, jointly with a<
committee of the Judaic Council
and the Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid
Society, had a special meeting on
Wednesday night and made plans,
for a Thanksgiving supper and card
party at the building on Thursday.
Thanksgiving night. All members
of the above organizations and
friend-, also tourists, are urged to
attend.
The Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid
Society had a successful meeting
Tue-day night. Refreshments were
erved. The hostesses were Mrs.
M, Katz and Mrs. H. Jacobs.
Mr. and .Mrs. I'incus
tourists for the winter.
came as
Climaxing the one-hundredth an-
niversary of its entrance into
Florida's transportation annals,
and further evidencing its faith in
Florida, the Seaboard Air Line
Aailway has arranged an approxi-
mate one hundred per cent increase
in seasonal train service, featured
by two Orange Blossom Specials,
instead of one. one directly to the
east coast of Florida, via the
(iro.-s-Baldwin cut-off through the
eeiiie highlands, the other to the
wist coast via Jacksonville. Both
begin southbound service on De-
cember Kith, with each providing
'. faster and more comprehen-
sive service than was ever offered
in former years when "Florida's
distinguished winter train" oper-
ated as a single unit, and provide
de luxe one-night-out service from
Boston, New York, Washington,
Richmond and intermediate points.
The Florida Sunbeam, also resumes
its fast run from the midwest on
the same date, and beginning early
in January is to be operated in two
sections daily. Substantial im-
provements have also been made
in the Seaboard's two year 'round
trains the Southern States Spe-
cial and the New York-Florida
Limited. In summation of the Sea-
board's winter service Mr. T. W.
Luckett, Seaboard's division pas-
senger agent, in Miami, stated that
the seasonal trains are resuming
service considerably earlier than
usual, and that the Seaboard fleet
as well as being completely air-
conditioned, are the only com-
pletely air-conditioned trains to
and from the east.
South African Government Con-
siders Ban on Anti-Nazi Boycott
CAPETOWN (WNS) Acting
under the pressure of various far-
mers' organizations, the South
African government is considering
a bill which will have the effect of
outlawing the anti-Nazi boycott.
The farmers claim that the boy-
cott is interfering with the sale
of South African wool in Germany.
[ At the same time the various Nazi
and anti-Semitic groups here are
organizing a united anti-Jewish
.."arty.
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Friday, November 20, 1936
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Five
/
Society
aocaoi
a big increase in tourist travel to
this section.
Progress, as shown through
travel, was the theme of the in-
stallation banquet given by the
Onyx Club Friday evening at the
Maxwell House. The table was
centered with an old-fashioned
stage coach and favors were
streamlined automobiles and air-
planes.
Miss Rose Dubler, toastmaster,
introduced Miss Nellye Shaff, re-
tiring vice-president, and Miss
Gladys Greenberg, incoming sec-
retary, who spoke briefly. Miss
Ruthye Bernstein, newly elected
president, presented Miss Evelyn
Marks, retiring president, with a
gift on behalf of the club. The
program was concluded with the
singing of the club songs.
* *
Milton Wasman has been named
chancellor of the newly formed
Delta Epsilon Phi fraternity, Uni-
versity of Miami. Charter mem-
bers include Henry Warshansky,
vice-chancellor; Daniel Brienin,
scribe; Irving Krumer, treasurer;
A very Gordon, pledge master; Jack |
Mintzer, sergeant at arms; Ky
Koch, Robert Jacob and Godfrey
Newman. Last Sunday the char-
ter members gave a picnic, honor-
ing the pledges, Stanley Bleckman,
Burton Dunn, Robert Reich, Leon-
ard Tobin and Arthur Wellinger.
* *
The public speaking class of the
National Council of Jewish Wo-
men directed by Mrs. I. M. Wein-
stein, will be held Friday, Nov.
20th, at 2 p. m. o'clock, at the home
of Mrs. Morris Alpert, 1510 Drexel
ave., Miami Beach. All members
and visitors are invited to attend.
*
The Miami section of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women is
sponsoring a membership tea on
December 2nd at a place to be an-
nounced shortly. An interesting
program will be presented.
* *
Mrs. David I. Rosenbloom is now
located in her new home in the
Ferdinands Apts., 400 Euclid ave.,
Miami Beach.
* *
In order to take rare of the
iwing demand for through car
service between Detroit, Mich., ai
Miami, the Seaboard Air Line, '<
conjunction with the Southern
Railway System and the New Yo- :<
Central Lines, will establish a
through air conditioned sleeping
car between Detroit and Miami.
This will become effective with
first trip southbound, leaving De-
troit 11:45 a. m., Nov. 15th, ar-
riving Miami at 7:30 a. m., the
second morning, and first trip
northbound, leaving Miami at 9:30
p. m., Nov. 17th. This service is
far in advance of through service-
as established a year ago and is
in anticipation of a great number
of tourists to the Miami region,
who expect to arrive long before
the regular winter tourist season
is generally expected to begin. Mr.
T. W. Luckett, division passenger
agent, is very optimistic about the
coming winter and all indications,
according to his opinion, point to
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building committee. Immediately
after legal details have been com-
pleted, building of the first section
Miss Anita Silverman has just j which will house the Talmud Torah
returned from Tampa, where she of the organization, and also pro-
represented the Miami unit of Jun- vide a social hall, will begin. Plans
ior Hadassah at a tri-city conven-, call for the eventual erection of
tion of representatives from the a large synagogue in addition to
Miami, Tampa and Jacksonville the Talmud Torah and social hall,
units. The meeting was sponsorad, *
by the Tampa group. Miss Silver-1 As we go to press the member- Rabbi Newman, speaking on the
man was one of the speakers at' ship committee of the local Bnai subject, "How Shall We Use Reli-
Says Liberal Religion Has Disap-
pointed Its Advocates
one of the sessions and talked on
the work of the Miami chapter
and also on "The Aspects of Zion-
ism and the Benefits Derived from
It by the Girls."
* t it
The attention of the general
public is directed to the fact that
for the next few weeks the initia-
tion fee for joining the local Bnai
Brith Lodge has been reduced to
only two dollars. This will be in
effect only during the campaign
for members for the "Alfred M.
Cohen" class. It is the aim of the
campaign committee to obtain not
less than two hundred and fifty a list of all donors of cash and ma-
members so that the meeting oflterial will be published in the Jew-
the grand lodge officials to be |ish Floridian immediately after the
held in January. l'.'.'iT, will be report of the auditing committee
Brith Lodge is holding a dinner gious Books?" asserted that the
meeting in the Palatial Kosher res- preachers of today are using cur-
taurant. At this meeting reports rent literature for homiletical pur-
of the recent membership gains poses. He said that it is "the
brought t<> this area. Those de-
siring to join are urged to com-
municate with any member of th"
organization or with Mr. K. Albeit
Pallot, general chairman of the
membership campaign committee.
day life was voiced yesterday at
the convention of the Northeast
Region of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations by a noted
layman, Roger W. Straus, chair-
man of the northeast region and
co-chairman of the National Con-
ference of Jews and Christians, and
by Rabbi James G. Heller of the
Isaac Wise Temple of Cincinnati,
the mother of the American reform
movement.
The speaker pointed out that in
dictatorships such as exist in Ger-
many. Russia, and Italy, the peo-
ple have founded a substitute for
religious faith in the "leadership
principle" as exemplified by Hit-
ler, Stalin and Mussolini. "If," he
said, "we would safeguard democ-
racy, we must stand by the God
concept that we call loosely, reli-
gion."
seem to be more of a procession Dr. Heller delivered an indict-
ceipta and disbursements'as well as | than an institution. People go in ment of Jews who are foresweai-
and out rather than join in its ing their synagogue, of those who
enduring loyalties. Thus, during would keep life from within the
the past few decades, preachers synagogue and those to whom the
have learned that to catch the at- synagogue is nothing but a social
lention of the so-called liberal in allegiance.
religion, it has become necessary_______________________________
to utilize plays, essays and novels. ____________________________
will be presented.
* *
A special meeting of the Sis-
terhood of Chesed Shel Ernes is
being held at Beth David Talmud
Torah hall as we go to press. At
this meeting plans for the auditing
of accounts in connection with the
erection of the chapel at the Jew-
ish section of Woodlawn Cemetery
will he adopted. The report of re-
common denomination" by which
the preacher in the liberal church
can make a sure contact with his
congregation. It is the only con-
tribution of the pew to the pul-
pit.
Liberal religion, said Dr. New-
man, "has proved something of a
disappointment to its advocates.
The liberal church and synagogue
adopted.
Mrs. Anna Jacobskind, resident
,,t Miami for the past twelve years,
died suddenly at the Jackson Me-
morial Hospital last Monday night
Following an operation. Mrs.
Samet's Kosher Market and Del- .lac ibskind was associated with her
icatessen, in business at Miami husband in the- operation of the
Beach since 1929, has again re- Seaboard Sanitary Dairy at Hia-
opened with a complete line of lean and was active in a number
foods, delicatessen and dairy prod- of local Jewish organizations. She
cuts. The fruit and vegetable de- is survived by her husband. Mr.
partment will again be directed by Louis Jacobskind, one son, Max,
my. I. M. Grossman, who also op- both of Miami, and two daughters,
orates the fruit ami vegetable de- Mrs. Benjamin Lober and Mr-.
partment at Merlin'-. The strict- Nettie Gressner, both of New
ly kosher meat department will York. Funeral services were held
this year be operated by Mr. Ben Thursday morning with Rabbi
Sachs of Chicago, 111, Rev. S. Gutt- Abraham A. Kellner of the Miami
Man. well known Miami Beach Jewish Orthodox Congregation, of-
shocked for a long number of years ficiating. Interment was in the
will be in charge of the poultry Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery
department. Samet's in its com- Association section of the- Wood-
bined departments will provide lawn cemetery.
free delivery service._______________________________
*
The purchase Ol a lot for the
.Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion will be announced early next
week, according to members of the
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, November 20, 1936
BULLETIN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Of Miami
137 N. E. 19th St.
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
6996 Albacore Drive 530 N. E. 31st St.
Miami Beach 5-9875 Miami 2-9548
One or both of the Rabbis will be at the Temple every morn-
ing throughout the year.
ing championship The hoary
mother-in-law joke is now taboo in
Naziland because it is "Jewish poi-
son" ... A psychological library
named for the late Dr. D. M. Eder,
British Zionist and psychiatrist, is
to be presented to the Hebrew Uni-
versity as a memorial to him .
Incidentally, in case it interests
you, Curtis Bok of Philadelphia will
not be Uncle Sam's representative
in the Soviet Union, newspaper re-
ports notwithstanding.
CONGREGATIONAL
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At the regular Friday evening
services at 8:15 o'clock, Rabbi
Zwitman will read the services,
and Dr. Kaplan will speak on the
contemporary world scene. The
subject of this address is "Beneath
the Stage of History."
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
O-------------------------------------------- o
Last Sunday morning our Reli-
gious school assembly celebrated
the 80th birthday of Supreme
Court Justice I.ouis D. Brando -.
Rabbi /.itman gave a biological
sketch of Justice ISrandeis. and the
service* were conducted by Fred
Bulbin. The opening prayer was
read bj Morgan Levy and the be i-
ediction by Harriett (ioldman.
Other birthdays celebrated on
Sunday were those of J. \V. Bams,
jr., and Lillian Rubin. Highest
collection came from Primary I,
Intermediate Y and High School
III. Perfect attendance was had
in Intermediate II. Ill and High
School IV.
Hebrew ClassesWith the con-
currence of opinions of both our
school board and our board of di-
rectors, Temple Israel will continue
to offer to all of its members the
privilege of sending their children
to our Hebrew classes, free of tui-
tion charges. There should be
many willing to take advantage of
this venture. Classes are conduct-
ed on Thursday afternoon at 4:00
o'clock by both of our rabbis.
GENERAL
Beginning with next week's Sun-
day school assembly, the program
of our assemblies will be of espe-
cial interest to both parents and
friends of the Sunday school. Next
Sunday morning at 11:45 the t
of a Beries of class programs to i
presented by the various classes of
our school will be conducted by
Mrs. Seligman's class. Parents and
i nds arc1 invited.
The Temple calendar includes the
following events:
Every Monday evening at 8:00
o'clock. Dr. Kaplan's class in Juda-
ism meets in his study. Visitors
are welcome.
The children's choir meets on
Tuesday evenings at 7::!i) o'clock,
under the direction of Rabbi Zwit-
man.
Sisterhood Sabbath. "November
27th. at 8:15 o'clock, with Mrs.
Frank A. Perlman in charge of ar-
rangements.
The board of trustees of the
Temple meets the first Tuesday if
each month.
The Sisterhood meets the first
Monday afternoon of each month
at L!:".() o'clock. Visiting members
of other Temple sisterhoods are
welcome.
The Chanukah play, now in re-
hearsal, will be presented on Sun-
day. December 1.1th. by the chil-
dren of the Religious school.
Family Album
As a prophet we're in a class
with Jim Farley We predicted
that Mrs. Bernard Postal, wife o'-
our managing editor, would have
a boy, and she did, on November
10th Elaine Barrio, who is now
the fourth Mrs. John Barrymore,
changed her name from Jacobs to
Barrio to honor her husband-to-
be when she first met him In-
cidentally, there'll be another wed-
ding ceremony for the Barrymores,
this time by a rabbi Speaking
of names reminds us to tell you
thai Magda Lupescu got her name
by translating her real name of
Wolf into Roumanian, the Rouma-
nian word for wolf being lupo .
Clarence Low, the dynamic treas-
urer of the New York state Demo-
cratic committee, i- a grand neph-
ew of Siegfried Marcus, the Aus-
trian Jew who invented the auto-
mobile.
(Copyright. 1936, by Seven Arts
Feature Syndicate)
pretty, frivolous, selfish wife whom
he adores.
Sidney Howard, who wrote the
stage adaptation, is again author
of the screen play, which is en-
acted by a great supporting cast,
including Paul Lukas, Mary Astor,
David Niven. Mme. Maria Ouspen-
skaya, Gregory Gaye.
The story opens when hard work-
ing, successful Sam Dodsworth re-
tires to travel and enjoy his first
taste of leisure. But to his wife,
Fran, Europe means one last fling
at romance before settling down
to middle age.
The couple sail on the Queen
Mary, whore Fran has her first
flirtation aboard ship.
Strictly
Confidential
tinued :'i om Page 8)
Nazi- also say that Mrs. Simp
a Jewess The N'on-Sectarian
Anti-.\a/.i League is again looking
for an executive secretary The
latest occupant of that office, Law-
rence Craner, is out We
diet that Dr. Abram Sachar will
be the now executive secretary ol
B'nai B'rith Remembering his
phenomenal success with 1. .1. Sing-
er's play. "Yoshe Kalb." Maun
Schw.utz :- having Sinner's lac-
es) novel. "The Brothers Asbkei -
azi." dramatized ... In Baltimore
the American Jewish Congress
branch and the American Jewish
Committee get along famously .
The congress uses quite a lot of
the committee's material for mail-
ing to its nor Jewish friends .
it can be done, gentlemen.
Newsy Bit>
William Dudley Policy. Ameri-
ca's would-be Hitler, polled 825
votes as candidate for president in
the late election New York po-
litical circles are again buzzing
with rumors that Governor Leh-
man will resign He is said to
be concerned over the way Leh-
man Brothers, banking house, is
being run Our guess is that
this tale is just plain hooey.
Fund will soon announce the es-
tablishment of the Israel Zang-
will Memorial Medal ... It will
n in alternate j ear.- for the
bj a I a ish writer, one
in English and anothei in Hebrew
. The fund intends to offer a
prize of $120 for the best design
for the proposed medal The
of ihe anti-Semitic National
Union of France has a perfect
name It's .ban Goy The
anti-Jewish outfit in la belle
Fiance is a Gallis prototype of the
Ku Klux Klan Its password is:
"the serpent marches on /.ion," to
which the reply is: "Ay, but the
sword shall drive him back" .
Josef Stalin has taken under his
personal guidance the supervision
of 14-year-old Boris Goldstein, who
is being hailed in Russia as anoth-
er Vehudi Menuhim ... If you
ladies going abroad want real at-
tention for your hair look up our
kinsman, B, N. Furman of Har-
ringway, England) who has just
won the F.uropean permanent wav-
Walter Huston and Ruth Chat-
terton head tne cast of the screen
version of "Dodsworth." which
comes to the Tivoli Theatre, start-
ing Saturday.
Huston plays the title role of
Sam Dodsworth. the easy going
I American husband, and Miss Chat-
terton has the role of Fran, the
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Dick Powell and Ruby Kecler are
co-starred in the Cosmopolitan
drama-with-music, "Shipmates For-
ever." which opens at the Seventh
Avenue Theatre Sunday.
The famous screen lovers appear
in their most pretentious picture i:i
"Shipmates Forever," a thrilling
drama of midshipman life at the
naval academy at Annapolis.
Dick sings a number of catchy
songs, which fall naturally into the
plot, ho being a crooner at a New
York park casino before becoming
a naval cadet. .Miss Kecler. who
plays the part of an orphaned
daughter of a naval officer, com-
pelled to earn her living dancing
in a night club, gives an exhibition
of t'ai v tap dancing with the fa-
mous Meglin Kiddies.
mine when public meetings and
demonstrations may or may not be
held. The National Council for
Civil Liberties has convened an
extraordinary meeting of its ex-
ecutive committee to decide on
what should be done about this
phase of the anti-Fascist bill.
Meanwhile, the Association of
Jews and Christians has issued a
pronouncement condemning at-
tacks on Jews and Great Britain
and calling for increased friendly
relations between Jews and Chris-
tians. Among the sponsors of the
statement were the Archbishop of
York and Norman Angell.
The Board of Deputies of Brit-
ish Jews at its last meeting ex-
pressed satisfaction with the gov-
ernment's anti-Fascist bill but
made it clear that the introduction
of the bill would not be enough to
meet the menace of anti-Jewish
agitation. The Board indicated
that it proposes to continue its
campaign of anti-defamation. Si-
multaneously, the Jewish People':;
Council held a national conference
at which it was decided to call upon
the government to supplement the
anti-Fascist bill with new legisla-
tion applying specifically to anti-
Jewish propaganda. It is reported
that the Hoard and the Council are
at odds over tactics in mooting the
problem of anti-Semitism.. The
Board holds that the Council is
fighting Fascism which in the
British Liberals Fear Anti-Fascist
Law .May Be Two-Edged Sword
LONDON' (WNS). While ap-
proving in general the objectives
of the anti-Fascis! bill introduced
in the House of Commons under
government auspices, liberal and
labor circles here are reported to
be seriously concerned le-t a law
aimed at curbing Fascism and anti-
Semitism turn out to be a two
edged sword which could be US d
against liberals and worker-,
latter groups are especially
aroused because the hill gives very
much enlagred powers to the po-
lice which enable them to deter-
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Friday, November 20, 1936
THE JEWISH FLORIMAN
Page Seven
Society
Beth David Sisterhood is spon-
soring its annual Thanksgiving
food sale on Wednesday, November
25th. all day in front of Palmer's
' Shoe Store, N. E. First st. Pro-
ceeds will be given to the Talmud
Torah fund of Beth David Congre-
gation. Delicious home baked
foods, cakes, etc., will be sold at
vary reasonable prices. The pub-
lic is asked to patronize this event.
In charge of the sale is a commit-
tee consisting of Mesdames Minnie
F.ngler, L. J. Hartz, Sol. Fotfort,
Jack Pallot, Harry Markowitz,
Morris Dubler, Ben Kandle, Sol.
Grief, Charles Abbot and Meyer
Schwartz.
* *
A public mass meeting sponsored
by the local Zionist district will be
held on Monday, December 1st, at
8 o'clock p. m. in Beth David Tal-
mud Torah Hall when Detective
Sergeant Ed Melehen of the local
police department will deliver an
address on "My Observations in
Germany from an Impartial View-
point." Sergeant Melehen recent-
ly returned from a trip to Germany
where he studied conditions there.
Local rabbis will speak briefly dur-
ing the evening. Members of the
board of directors for the local
district will be elected following
the program. The public is urged
to attend.
*
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Jewish Welfare Bureau is planning
a tea the early part of December.
Full details will appear in an early
issue.
* # *
The Jewish Welfare Bureau has
received a large number of in-
quiries for placement of high
school age boys and girls for the
season with local families. The
same inquiries have been received
for older folks who desire kitchen
privileges. Those who have ac-
commodations available are asked
to register their names with the
Jewish Welfare Bureau immediate-
ly. None of these are charity
cases.
*
Harry B. Fischer, operating the
Blintzes Inn at the Jewish People's
Institute in Chicago, 111., for the
past eight years, and the restau-
rant at the Jewish Center in Cleve-
land, Ohio, where he has estab-
lished a splendid reputation for the
excellence of the food served and
the service announces the open-
ing of the Chicago Restaurant at
451 Collins ave., Miami Beach, on
Sunday, November 22nd.
0
A meeting of the recently elect-
ed officers and board of directors
of the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation will be held at the
synagogue next Monday evening,
Nov. 23rd, beginning at 8:15
o'clock. This will be the first
meeting of the recently elected
board and officers. Plans for the
installation of officers will be for-
mulated at this meeting.
* O 0
Interest is centering around the
dance which Junior Hadassah is
giving on Thanksgiving night,
Thursday, Nov. 26th, at the May-
flower Hotel, Alton Road at 17th
White Oak Leather
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presented on which will appear
Chester Alexander, who will give
novel dance and vocal numbers. A
group of surprise features will l,e
an interesting part of the pro-
gram.
The Thanksgiving dance is an
annual affair of Junior Hadassah
and is an outstanding event on the
holiday social calendar. Miss Sylvia
Rayvis is general chairman and
has announced that tickets are
available from any member of the
organization. Miss Rayvis is be-
ing assisted by Miss Myra Good-
kowsky and Mrs. Robert Schweitzer
as co-chairmen and a committee
including Miss Sylvia Wilensky,
Miss Audrey Cutler, Miss Selma
Yarchar, Miss Doris Rubin, Miss
Natalie Pallot and Miss Dorothy
Davis.
I.ate Friday evening services :t
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
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evening, Nov. 27th, at 8:15 o'clock
when the inaugural address will
lie delivered by Rabbi Abraham A.
Kellner, who assumed his duties
as Rabbi this week. Following
the sermon fifteen minutes will be
devoted to questions and answers.
A n caption in the vestry rooms of
the synagogue will be tendered by
the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Con-
gregation.
Mr. Ralph Neufeld will review
the late novel "Gone with the
Wind" on Tuesday evening, Nov.
24th, at 8 o'clock, at the home cf
Mrs. J. A. Richter, 189.! S. W. 10th
St., under the auspices of the Mi-
ami section of the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women. The public
is invited to attend.
The weekly Bible Class of the
National Council of Jewish Women
will be held on Tuesday morning,
at 10 o'clock, for the next four
weeks at Heth David Talmud To-
rah Hall, beginning Tuesday, Nov.
24th. Rabbi Max Shapiro will lec-
ture on the Five Books of Moses
at this series. The public i-^ in-
vited to attend.
*
An important meeting of the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the ifiaml
Jewish Orthodox Congregation will
be held at the synagogue next
Tuesday evening, Nov. 24th, at 8
o'clock. All members are urged to
attend as important business will
be taken up.
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^Jewish Florid fan CQMBMING rihe Jiewiisilh tUmBlty Vol. 9—No. 47 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1936 Price Five Centi Co-Operatives To I Noted Rabbi | Tel Aviv Honors Foundation Fund IJewish News Aid Polish Jews Disputes Laymen Justice Brandeis Names Officers Around the NEW YORK (WNS). — A plan ; NEW YORK WNS). — Jewish for large-scale industrial cooperi )ay leaders who seek to curb djs ative action to find a market for I „_. ,, I cussion of social problems from Polish industry and provide employment for Jewish workers and ; t he P ul ,,ls of *y***ogvi were atmanufacturers in Poland was out-1 tacked by Rabbi James G. Heller lined to a group of representatives,: of Cincinnati in a sermon at the key Jewish organizations and exs j xt h annual convention of the porters by Samuel C. Lamport, TEL AVIV (WNS—Palcor) — Louis Lipsky was named chairThis all-Jewish city of 150,000 j ""an of the Board of Directors and i ;\... ,„ Alfred M. Cohen, president of the souls paid its supreme tribute to r T „ *~ „ ,.. B'nai Brith, of Cincinnati, JudKe Louis D. Brandeis, Associate Jus-' „„. ., „,.. ,. f .u TI •• is* s„„„ m .'Wi iiini M. Lewis, of Philadelphia, tice of the United States Supreme i ., „ .. Louis Lipsky and Morris RothenCourt, by electing him an honor, J r _.., ._ Li m r • .L „„ ; berg, of New York and Elihu D. arv citizen of Tel Aviv on the oci B • .. ... .... ,, ,. v4 ._ Stone, of Boston, were named Nacaaion of his eightieth birthday. ,._., ..„ — BIAIII annual L.iii<;iiiiuii ui ""-. easion ot nis eignuetn Dirmuay. • norters bv Samuel C I years of the citj s ex.s^^^ rf the Fund| which is departed from the synagogue,' tence. The only other American instrument in the United Rabbi Heller said that "our lay. to have earned the honor ii Mies ^ rf ^ ^.^ Agency f du< t Q£ th(j nation wide drive> tne Oslo, Norway (WNS). — A rebuke to the Nazi government of Germany is expected to be administered by the Nobel Prize Commission, Carl von Ossietzky, German pacifist and a prisoner of the Nazis, being considered the most likely recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize for 1936. The probability that Ossisetzky will be chosen seems the greater because of the resignation of Norwegian Foreign Minister Koht and former Premier Mowinckel from the Nobel Peace Committee in order, presumably, that their official standing would not cause an awkward situation to arise between Norway and Germany. Ossietzky was imprisoned by the Nazis in 1933, being sent to a concentration camp, but last summer had to be removed to a Berlin hospital, where he is still being held a prisoner while undergoing treatment for serious kidney and heart disease contracted during his stay in the camp. of the Palestine Foundation named as Honorary Chairman of New York, Federal Judge Julian W. Mack, Felix M. War„„ ,..-, %  — i ClUCl ten how to weep and sing. From hum, Zebulon and Jordan Valleys Boan a kingdom of priests we have be, 0 f Palestine, it was announced at Vund come a race of traders. The ignora meeting of the Agricultural l n ^ Cynjg Adler) Qf phila ance of Judaism among our peoCouncil of the General Jewish Fed^ Governor Herbert H. Lehple is complete. Life has departed jeration of Labor (Histadruth) from the synagogue." Recalling which opened here. The new colthat it was synagogue "which on j eil W JH supplement the 188 set-"^ and Dr Stephen S W ise, of strove to build up ideals and bring tlements reported to have been est ^^ Yoj k Thg Treasurera are them into our life," Rabbi Heller f la blished since the World war. ; j ( ^ fl Cohen Rarry L Glucks said we must bring our people T he additional colonies are to be ^^ ^ Abram L iebowitz; Secreback to the synagogue because we founded on land of the Jewish Nashall need it and the world shall tional Fund. need it." The meeting also revealed the sharp decline of Arab workmen on Jewish plantations as a result of the recent riots. Whereas the proportion of Arab to Jewish labor-1 ers on leading privately owned; High Commissioner Begins Testimony in Camera Christians Dead After Rioting Jerusalem (WN-SPalcor Agency) Street rioting between Moslems and Christians is raging throughout Beirut after a night of terror and violence which brought death to 55 on both sides, it is reported here from the capital of the Lebanese republic. The riots, said to be the most serious racial clashes since the War, are a climax of a period of tension and orange plantations had been more than two to one, the present figures show that there are now 8,000 man and Abram Liebowitz; Secretary, Charles Ress; and Executive Director, Robert Silverman, all of New York. Between meetings of the Board of Directors, which is composed of representative Jewish leaders throughout the country, the affairs of the Palestine Foundation Fund in America will be supervised by an Administrative Committee composed of the officers and the folurct suuw m* *.*.*. .~ —--.poseu ui tiic uuiwia *. vuv *~.Jewish laborers and 1,500 Arabs j owm g additional members: Isidore employed in Jewish citrus settle-; E ps t e in, M. Maldwin Fertig, Jacob HI *l. 1. ..,.-;,,n J ,,,,t\f the %  r\ *i — %  • T „__ ments. Since the beginning of the disturbances in April, 4,000 more Jews have obtained employment in Jewish plantation areas. The Histadruth Agricultural Council meeting was attended by representatives of all the agricultural settlements. The session was Fishman, David Freiberger, Leon Gellman, Issac Hamlin, Dr. Maurice J. Karpf, Abraham Krumbein, John L. Leibowitz, Dr. G. A. Lowenstein, Rabbi Irving Miller, Isidore D. Morrison, Elias Preiss, Louis P. Rocker, Robert Szold, Morris Weinberg, David Wertheim Jerusalem (WNS Palcor Agency) The hearings before the British Royal Commission inquiring into the recent Palestine disorders were opened with the testimony of High Commissioner Sir Arthur Wauchope, who asked to be heard in camera. He continued his statement into the afternoon. His testimony was not revealed. It is expected that the senior officials of the Palestine government will follow the High Commissioner with testimony on the background and causes of the recent disorders. The launching of the inquirywas accompanied with the ceremonious entry of the commissioners into the former Palace Hotel, more recently government offices, which has been transformed into the commission's headquarters. Commons Debates Anti-Fascist Bill Nazis Palm Off Their Films Products of Refugees a NEW YORK (WNS). — Taking advantage of the fact that European film companies have made a number of pictures directed by German Jewish refugees and starring refugee actors and actresses, the Nazi regime is seeking to convey the impression that pictures produced under its direction are also refugee productions. In order that the American public may not be deceived, the Joint Boycott Council has prepared a list of companies releasing and distributing German-made films. m'lX Of a periOU 01 Lensiun **ii, tu. o^w.. —— mutual provocation that followed opened with a memorial for the 33 and Sigmund Thau. the signing of the Franco-Leban ese treaty, which had failed to accede to Moslem demands for the exclusion of Tyre, Sidon and Tripoli from the Lebanese Republic and their inclusion in Syria. The rioting included a number of Armenians in the 55 killed. As the fighting continued, the government erected a barricade between the Moslem and Christian quarters and put the military in charge. The beleaguered Christians have organized a self-defense corps and telegraphed to Premier Blum of France, Mandatory power for the Lebanon, and to the League of Nations for protection. Jewish agricultural laborers who were killed during the riots. Speakers at the meeting pointed out that a majority of the workers in the agricultural villages had enrolled for the guarding and defense of colonies in addition to their regular emploment. It was also disclosed that since the Arab strike, the Jewish area under vegetable cultivation had multiplied three times and that the production of milk had been so stimulated as to cover the needs of the entire Yishuv. It was also announced that the Jewish Agency was now planning upon a program of irrigation work in thirty settlements. Polish Jewish Shopkeepers Appeal For Aid Warsaw, (WNS). — A delegation of Jewish shopkeepers from various Polish provincial towns has come here to ask for the aid of the Warsaw Jewish "Kala" committee as a result of severe penalties that have been inflicted upon them in their home territories as Endek retaliation for the recent protest strike against the Pryztyk pogroms of last spring. The protest strike had been ordered by the Kala. London (WNS). — General approval on the part of members of Parliament of the anti-Fascist bill now pending in the House of Commons was brought out in the course of a debate which followed the second reading of the bill. It is expected that the measure, which will bain all Fascist demonstrations and uniformed private armies, will be passed next week. In the course of debate it was indicated that there is good reason to suppose that the British Fascists are receiving foreign financial aid. Home Minister Sir John Simon declared that inciting banners and placards also would be prohibited. Some minor changes are expected to be made in the bill before its passage.



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Page Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, November 20, 1936 BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL Of Miami 137 N. E. 19th St. Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 6996 Albacore Drive 530 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. ing championship The hoary mother-in-law joke is now taboo in Naziland because it is "Jewish poison" ... A psychological library named for the late Dr. D. M. Eder, British Zionist and psychiatrist, is to be presented to the Hebrew University as a memorial to him Incidentally, in case it interests you, Curtis Bok of Philadelphia will not be Uncle Sam's representative in the Soviet Union, newspaper reports notwithstanding. CONGREGATIONAL O o At the regular Friday evening services at 8:15 o'clock, Rabbi Zwitman will read the services, and Dr. Kaplan will speak on the contemporary world scene. The subject of this address is "Beneath the Stage of History." RELIGIOUS SCHOOL O o Last Sunday morning our Religious school assembly celebrated the 80th birthday of Supreme Court Justice I.ouis D. Brando -. Rabbi /.itman gave a biological sketch of Justice ISrandeis. and the service* were conducted by Fred Bulbin. The opening prayer was read bj Morgan Levy and the be iediction by Harriett (ioldman. Other birthdays celebrated on Sunday were those of J. \V. Bams, jr., and Lillian Rubin. Highest collection came from Primary I, Intermediate Y and High School III. Perfect attendance was had in Intermediate II. Ill and High School IV. Hebrew Classes—With the concurrence of opinions of both our school board and our board of directors, Temple Israel will continue to offer to all of its members the privilege of sending their children to our Hebrew classes, free of tuition charges. There should be many willing to take advantage of this venture. Classes are conducted on Thursday afternoon at 4:00 o'clock by both of our rabbis. GENERAL Beginning with next week's Sunday school assembly, the program of our assemblies will be of especial interest to both parents and friends of the Sunday school. Next Sunday morning at 11:45 the t of a Beries of class programs to i presented by the various classes of our school will be conducted by Mrs. Seligman's class. Parents and i nds arc 1 invited. The Temple calendar includes the following events: Every Monday evening at 8:00 o'clock. Dr. Kaplan's class in Judaism meets in his study. Visitors are welcome. The children's choir meets on Tuesday evenings at 7::!i) o'clock, under the direction of Rabbi Zwitman. Sisterhood Sabbath. "November 27th. at 8:15 o'clock, with Mrs. Frank A. Perlman in charge of arrangements. The board of trustees of the Temple meets the first Tuesday if each month. The Sisterhood meets the first Monday afternoon of each month at L!:•".() o'clock. Visiting members of other Temple sisterhoods are welcome. The Chanukah play, now in rehearsal, will be presented on Sunday. December 1.1th. by the children of the Religious school. Family Album As a prophet we're in a class with Jim Farley We predicted that Mrs. Bernard Postal, wife o' our managing editor, would have a boy, and she did, on November 10th Elaine Barrio, who is now the fourth Mrs. John Barrymore, changed her name from Jacobs to Barrio to honor her husband-tobe when she first met him Incidentally, there'll be another wedding ceremony for the Barrymores, this time by a rabbi Speaking of names reminds us to tell you thai Magda Lupescu got her name by translating her real name of Wolf into Roumanian, the Roumanian word for wolf being lupo Clarence Low, the dynamic treasurer of the New York state Democratic committee, ia grand nephew of Siegfried Marcus, the Austrian Jew who invented the automobile. (Copyright. 1936, by Seven Arts Feature Syndicate) pretty, frivolous, selfish wife whom he adores. Sidney Howard, who wrote the stage adaptation, is again author of the screen play, which is enacted by a great supporting cast, including Paul Lukas, Mary Astor, David Niven. Mme. Maria Ouspenskaya, Gregory Gaye. The story opens when hard working, successful Sam Dodsworth retires to travel and enjoy his first taste of leisure. But to his wife, Fran, Europe means one last fling at romance before settling down to middle age. The couple sail on the Queen Mary, whore Fran has her first flirtation aboard ship. Strictly Confidential tinued :'i om Page 8) Nazialso say that Mrs. Simp a Jewess The N'on-Sectarian Anti-.\a/.i League is again looking for an executive secretary The latest occupant of that office, Lawrence Craner, is out We diet that Dr. Abram Sachar will be the now executive secretary ol B'nai B'rith Remembering his phenomenal success with 1. .1. Singer's play. "Yoshe Kalb." Maun %  %  Schw.utz : having Sinner's laces) novel. "The Brothers Asbkei azi." dramatized ... In Baltimore the American Jewish Congress branch and the American Jewish Committee get along famously The congress uses quite a lot of the committee's material for mailing to its nor Jewish friends it can be done, gentlemen. Newsy Bit> William Dudley Policy. America's would-be Hitler, polled 825 votes as candidate for president in the late election New York political circles are again buzzing with rumors that Governor Lehman will resign He is said to be concerned over the way Lehman Brothers, banking house, is being run Our guess is that this tale is just plain hooey. Fund will soon announce the establishment of the Israel Zangwill Memorial Medal ... It will %  n in alternate j ear.for the bj a I A ish writer, one in English and anothei in Hebrew The fund intends to offer a prize of $120 for the best design for the proposed medal The of ihe anti-Semitic National Union of France has a perfect name It's .ban Goy The anti-Jewish outfit in la belle Fiance is a Gallis prototype of the Ku Klux Klan Its password is: "the serpent marches on /.ion," to which the reply is: "Ay, but the sword shall drive him back" Josef Stalin has taken under his personal guidance the supervision of 14-year-old Boris Goldstein, who is being hailed in Russia as another Vehudi Menuhim ... If you ladies going abroad want real attention for your hair look up our kinsman, B, N. Furman of Harringway, England) who has just won the F.uropean permanent wavWalter Huston and Ruth Chatterton head tne cast of the screen version of "Dodsworth." which comes to the Tivoli Theatre, starting Saturday. Huston plays the title role of Sam Dodsworth. the easy going I American husband, and Miss Chatterton has the role of Fran, the A HERN FUNERAL HOME.;" FRANCIS AHERN Pres. :„] j 1349 West Flagler Street III Telephone 2-2211 AMBULANCE SERVICE Foreign Mail Pouch The Israel Zangwill Memorial 400 NORTH MIAMI AVENUE LIBERAL TERMS Dick Powell and Ruby Kecler are co-starred in the Cosmopolitan drama-with-music, "Shipmates Forever." which opens at the Seventh Avenue Theatre Sunday. The famous screen lovers appear in their most pretentious picture i:i "Shipmates Forever," a thrilling drama of midshipman life at the naval academy at Annapolis. Dick sings a number of catchy songs, which fall naturally into the plot, ho being a crooner at a New York park casino before becoming a naval cadet. .Miss Kecler. who plays the part of an orphaned daughter of a naval officer, compelled to earn her living dancing in a night club, gives an exhibition of t'ai v tap dancing with the famous Meglin Kiddies. mine when public meetings and demonstrations may or may not be held. The National Council for Civil Liberties has convened an extraordinary meeting of its executive committee to decide on what should be done about this phase of the anti-Fascist bill. Meanwhile, the Association of Jews and Christians has issued a pronouncement condemning attacks on Jews and Great Britain and calling for increased friendly relations between Jews and Christians. Among the sponsors of the statement were the Archbishop of York and Norman Angell. The Board of Deputies of British Jews at its last meeting expressed satisfaction with the government's anti-Fascist bill but made it clear that the introduction of the bill would not be enough to meet the menace of anti-Jewish agitation. The Board indicated that it proposes to continue its campaign of anti-defamation. Simultaneously, the Jewish People':; Council held a national conference at which it was decided to call upon the government to supplement the anti-Fascist bill with new legislation applying specifically to antiJewish propaganda. It is reported that the Hoard and the Council are at odds over tactics in mooting the problem of anti-Semitism.. The Board holds that the Council is fighting Fascism which in the British Liberals Fear Anti-Fascist Law .May Be Two-Edged Sword LONDON' (WNS). While approving in general the objectives of the anti-Fascis! bill introduced in the House of Commons under government auspices, liberal and labor circles here are reported to be seriously concerned le-t a law aimed at curbing Fascism and antiSemitism turn out to be a two edged sword which could be US d against liberals and worker-, latter groups are especially aroused because the hill gives very much enlagred powers to the police which enable them to deterALVIN WALDER Invites You to the AUTO RADIO SALES & SKRVICE 1233 N. E. 2ND AVE. A complete line of Auto and House RADIOS Easy Terms Small Down Payments >o u o [I The Only Strictly Kosher HOME COOKING In St. "Petersburg, Fla. Mrs. D. Rabinovich Rooms and Board 853 ">th Avenue, South St. Petersburg! ''"' a ;—'n < > <"> < > n< >"< rt '/achor-uil'ss Leading ffpA W IACKSONVILL '. %  J FLORIDA CHARLIE GRINER, Mi..,,. 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I I ~' II* Page Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday. November 20. Ith, from 8 to 11 o'clock, at their home, 430 N. K. Twenty-irnth st. All friends are cordially invited to attend. No cards will be issued. The formal installation of the officers of the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Association will take place at a gala banquet in Gorklein'a Vegetarian and Dairy Res>o< >oc et SOCIETY z>o< the At the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation new Sunday school classes will be formed and late registration will be held on Sunday morning, November 22nd, at 10 o'cock, at which time parts will be assigned for the Chanukah play and celebration, which is scheduled taurant, 921) Washington ave., for Sunday, December 18. The proMiami Beach, on Sunday, Novem-1 pram of instruction will cover ber 2!lth, at 7:30 p. m. In charge Biblical and post Biblical Jewish of arrangements are Mrs. Isidor history, songs, short prayers, CUSCohen, Messrs. H. M. Drevich, Nat \ toms and ceremonies. Parents are Zalka. Harry Wasserman and E. Gordon. A gala program of entertainment will be presented during the evening, in addition to the I 10 vears. Washington ave., Miami Beach, will fill a long wanted need in this area. with a OC=Z=>0<=>OCT=>OC=0 The Workmen's Circle, Miami Branch, will celebrate its tenth Dec. proNewly built, the restaurant birthday on Sunday evening, capacity of more than three -Mb. at 7 o'clock, when a gala hundred at one time, is decorated gram will be presented with some in the most beautifully modernis-' of the outstanding speakers and tic style with large circular mi.entertainers of this area pa. Ucirors throughout the large dining l-ating. The event W ill be held at room. The kitchen is equipped Goldberg and Ccns Biscaynewith the latest and most modern Collins Hotel. Miami Beach. Ressanitary devices to insure proper ervations may be made with any handling of foods. Pastries and |member of the organisation. cakes will be baked by their own one of the organizers of the gregation, was elected conpreaident; speakers, who will tell of the work of the organization. Rabbis Max Shapiro and Abraham A. Kellner will deliver brief addresses during the evening. Admission will be seventy-five cents per plate. Reservations may be made with Mr. H. M. Drevich at 6 S. W. Second ave., Miami, or by phoning 2-3274. urged to send their children, as chefs, and only the finest of foods A meeting ot the Miami Beach accommodations will be made for will be served. Prepared by culinKosher Butchers' Association will children between the ages of ". and arv experts with years of experi; be held next Sunday evening, s will be Nov. 22nd. at 8 o'clock, at which time definite plans for the coming season will he announced. Commencing last Tuesday, November 17th, Rabbi Kellner is in charge of classes and for a limited period of time, additional registration will be held. Classes for ence, delicious dairy food served to delight the most jaded apetites. Strict vegetarian dishes, resembling in taste and appearance meat and poultry dishes, known as "pritis" dishes, will be beginners as well as those of ada specialty of the restaurant, which vanced standing will be formed. At the last meeting of the Tamar De Sola Pool Young Judea The Ladies' Auxiliary of the MiNatalea Simons was chosen prcsiami Jewish Orthodox Congregation is sponsoring one of its series of dent; Gloria Kirstein, 1st vice president; Marcia Kohl, 2nd vice card parties on Sunday evening, 1 president, and Lois Risner, secreNov. 22nd. beginning at 8 o'clock, tary. The next meeting of the organization will be held on Saturday, Nov. 21st, at 2 p. m. o'clock, at the home of Lois Riesner, 1867 S. W. 13th st., to which all members and friends are invited. A program will be presented. at the home of Mrs. Nathan Adelman, 1421 N. W. First St. The public is invited to attend. Proceeds will be used for the Talmud Torah fund of the synagogue. Prizes will be awarded for high scores and refreshments will be served. Mrs. Rose Mandel of 120 S. W. loth ave., returned from a seven month's trip to Boston, Mass., where she underwent a serious operation from which she is now Young Women's Hebrew Association Night will be observed Friday, November 20th, at Beth David Talmud Torah Hall at the late fully recovered, services, beginning at 8:15 p. m. Miss Ida Engler will speak on Rabbi Max Shapiro will be guest "What Miami Lacks as a Jewish speaker at the regular meeting of Community." Rabbi Max Shapiro, Junior Hadassah on Monday evewho will conduct the services, will ning, Nov. 23rd, at Beth David address the worshipers. Cantor I-ouis Hayman, assisted by Beth David choir, will chant the services. Saturday morning services at Beth David will have the Junior Congregation meet at 10:30 a. m. with Henry Mendell, Howard Schwartz and Robert Miller conducting the services. • &f An important meeting of the local B'nai B'rith lodge will be held next Tuesday evening, November 24th, beginning at 8 o'clock. Among the important business to be transacted at this meeting will be the report of the nominating committee headed by Dr. Frank Coret. Nominations for officers will be recommended for the coming year. Reports of the standing of the membership campaign now in progress, will be given by E. Albert Pallott, chairman of the membership campaign committee. All members are urged to attend. • • • Mr. and Mrs. K. Max Goldstein are receiving congratulations on the birth of a son at the Victoria Hospital last Tuesday. Mother and baby are resting nicely. FlAClfRt8'. h Ave Phoii7 H57 Sat.-Sun.-Mon., Nov. 21-22-23 Walter Huston—Ruth Chatterton Paul I.ukas—Mary Astor DODSWORTH will be operated by Louis S. Gorkind and David P. Klein, both of New York. These gentlemen have had years of experience in the dairy and vegetarian restaurant business in New York City, where they have established a splendid reputation. A cordial invitation is extended to the general public to visit the new restaurant, e a Full details of the Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom Memorial moating to be held on Tuesday evening, December 1st, will be announced in the next issue of the Jewish Floridian. Rabbi Max Shapiro is chairman of the arrangements committee. Among those taking part in the memorial meeting will be Rabbis Max Shapiro. Jacob H. Kaplan, Colman Zwitman and Abraham A. Kellner. All local organizations are urged to have their members attend this memorial en masse at the Beth Jacob The local branch of the Workmen's Circle is sponscring a Yiddish play at the Temple Theater on January 7th, at 8:15 p. m. o'clock. Full details of the event will be announced in an early issue of this paper. %  The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau urges all having east off clothing or other j rummage to contribute the same to the Rummage Store of the orI ganization at 137 N. W. 5th st.' Those unable to bring the rummage to this store are asked to phone the following and the rummage will be called for. Coral Gables, Mrs. Morris Oubler, phone Evergreen 69; Miami, Mrs. L. J. Harts, 21785; Mrs. Ida Optner, Bayview .'144-J; Mrs. Harry Kauffman, 24485; Jewish Welfare Bureau office, 23710; Miami Beach, Mrs. M. Jacobs. 54570; Mrs. B. Rattner, 52321. Mr. J. Louis Shochet, 1st vice president; Mr. MUX Mintzer, 2nd vice president; Nathan Adclman treasurer; and Nat Blumberg, s'e,' retary. Chosen to the Board of Directors were: Max Rappaport, E. Albert Pallot, Barney Drevich and H. Farber. Additional directors will be named by the officers and directors at the first meeting of the executive board. The officers will be officially installed at a banquet to be held shortly, full details of which will appear in an early issue. • Jerome Weinkle, junior of the school of business administration of the University of Miami, was the winner of an oratorical con•est sponsored Tuesday by the university debating council. Sol Hor. witz. a member of the law s chool, won second place. The subject WBI "The Results of War." Winner and runner-up were awarded medals. The winner's name was engraved upon a loving cup donated to the university byDelta Epsilon Phi fraternity. Medals were donated by the debating council. • Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation is temporarily located at 18i>0 S. W. Fourth st., and may be reached in connection with his duties by phoning 2-0879. fK* 7'"Ave tJir'STPhorWSSSI Sun.-Mon., Nov. 22-23 Dick Powell Ruby Keeler SHIPMATES FOREVER Talmud Torah at 8 o'clock. His topic will be a discussion of Justice Brandeis. Miss Grace Berg will entertain with readings and Miss Sylvia Rayvis will discuss final plans for the Thanksgiving dance which Junior Hadassah is giving on Nov. 26th at the Mayflower Hotel, Miami Beach. Miss Rayvis is general chairman for the affair. > Milton A. Friedman, prominent local attorney and one of the active workers of the Bnai Brith, is now at his home following a serious illness at the Jackson Memorial Hospital. • Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner arrived here Tuesday morning to begin his duties as Rabbi of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation to which position he was recently elected. • > Junior Hadassah will give its annual Thanksgiving dance on November 26th at the Mayflower Hotel. Miss Sylvia Rayvis, chair man, is beieng assisted by Miss Myra Goodkowsky, Mrs. Robert | Schweitzer, Miss Sylvia Wilensky, i Miss Audrey Cutler, Miss Selma [ Yarchar, Miss Doris Rubin, Miss Natalie Pallot and Miss Dorothy Davis. Tickets may be obtained from any member. • Opening the most modern vegetarian and dairy restaurant in South Florida, Gorklein's Vegetarian and Dairy Restaurant at 929 Officers of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation were elect!ed at a general meeting of the Consynagogue to pay their respects to ; gregation last Monday ni( ht at the late leader of local Jewry. the synagogue. Mr. H. M. Drevich, The ASTOR HOTEL Washington at 10th St. MIAMI BEACH 70 Rooms, Each With BatM Radio in Every Room i| Steam Heated Ready for Occupancy About I November 15th I Reservations Now Accepted If. ROSNER, Mgr. | M. L. MARCUS CO. Office Supplies and Furniture Desks, Chairs, Files, Printing LOWEST CASH PRICES 41 N. E. First St Ph. 2-1661 SUNSHINE SPECIALS from Burdine s Sunshine Fruit Department it-"*"** 5 .90 rhankssiving Box Filled with oranges, grapefruit, tangerines, 2 lbs. crystallized fruits. 1 jar jelly and 1 jar marmalade. 2-lb. bag Schley pecans. Special 5.90. Orders given this week will arrive before Thanksgiving. Low express rates! Other Sunshine Products Boxes of Oranges and Grapefruit ,. 50 to 8 75 Crystallized Fruit 1 lb. 1.00, 2 lbs. 1.78 fancy Schley Pecans. Large halves in baskets. Priced from 50c to 3.00 Lxtra barge, graded Schley Pecans. 1 lb. 45c Pecan Roll. Fruit Nougat each 75c SUNSHINE FRl IT DEPARTMENT. STREET FLOOR Burdine's Ji


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\ / Friday, November 20, 1936 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Five / Society aocaoi a big increase in tourist travel to this section. Progress, as shown through travel, was the theme of the installation banquet given by the Onyx Club Friday evening at the Maxwell House. The table was centered with an old-fashioned stage coach and favors were streamlined automobiles and airplanes. Miss Rose Dubler, toastmaster, introduced Miss Nellye Shaff, retiring vice-president, and Miss Gladys Greenberg, incoming secretary, who spoke briefly. Miss Ruthye Bernstein, newly elected president, presented Miss Evelyn Marks, retiring president, with a gift on behalf of the club. The program was concluded with the singing of the club songs. Milton Wasman has been named chancellor of the newly formed Delta Epsilon Phi fraternity, University of Miami. Charter members include Henry Warshansky, vice-chancellor; Daniel Brienin, scribe; Irving Krumer, treasurer; A very Gordon, pledge master; Jack | Mintzer, sergeant at arms; Ky Koch, Robert Jacob and Godfrey Newman. Last Sunday the charter members gave a picnic, honoring the pledges, Stanley Bleckman, Burton Dunn, Robert Reich, Leonard Tobin and Arthur Wellinger. The public speaking class of the National Council of Jewish Women directed by Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, will be held Friday, Nov. 20th, at 2 p. m. o'clock, at the home of Mrs. Morris Alpert, 1510 Drexel ave., Miami Beach. All members and visitors are invited to attend. • • The Miami section of the National Council of Jewish Women is sponsoring a membership tea on December 2nd at a place to be announced shortly. An interesting program will be presented. Mrs. David I. Rosenbloom is now located in her new home in the Ferdinands Apts., 400 Euclid ave., Miami Beach. In order to take rare of the iwing demand for through car service between Detroit, Mich., ai Miami, the Seaboard Air Line, '< % %  conjunction with the Southern Railway System and the New Yo:< Central Lines, will establish a through air conditioned sleeping car between Detroit and Miami. This will become effective with first trip southbound, leaving Detroit 11:45 a. m., Nov. 15th, arriving Miami at 7:30 a. m., the second morning, and first trip northbound, leaving Miami at 9:30 p. m., Nov. 17th. This service is far in advance of through serviceas established a year ago and is in anticipation of a great number of tourists to the Miami region, who expect to arrive long before the regular winter tourist season is generally expected to begin. Mr. T. W. Luckett, division passenger agent, is very optimistic about the coming winter and all indications, according to his opinion, point to Jewish News Around the World building committee. Immediately after legal details have been completed, building of the first section Miss Anita Silverman has just j which will house the Talmud Torah returned from Tampa, where she • of the organization, and also prorepresented the Miami unit of Junvide a social hall, will begin. Plans ior Hadassah at a tri-city conven-, call for the eventual erection of tion of representatives from the a large synagogue in addition to Miami, Tampa and Jacksonville the Talmud Torah and social hall, units. The meeting was sponsorad, by the Tampa group. Miss Silver-1 As we go to press the memberRabbi Newman, speaking on the man was one of the speakers at' ship committee of the local Bnai subject, "How Shall We Use ReliSays Liberal Religion Has Disappointed Its Advocates one of the sessions and talked on the work of the Miami chapter and also on "The Aspects of Zionism and the Benefits Derived from It by the Girls." t it The attention of the general public is directed to the fact that for the next few weeks the initiation fee for joining the local Bnai Brith Lodge has been reduced to only two dollars. This will be in effect only during the campaign for members for the "Alfred M. Cohen" class. It is the aim of the campaign committee to obtain not less than two hundred and fifty a list of all donors of cash and mamembers so that the meeting oflterial will be published in the Jewthe grand lodge officials to be |ish Floridian immediately after the held in January. l'.'.'iT, will be report of the auditing committee Brith Lodge is holding a dinner gious Books?" asserted that the meeting in the Palatial Kosher respreachers of today are using curtaurant. At this meeting reports rent literature for homiletical purof the recent membership gains poses. He said that it is "the brought t<> this area. Those desiring to join are urged to communicate with any member of th" organization or with Mr. K. Albeit Pallot, general chairman of the membership campaign committee. day life was voiced yesterday at the convention of the Northeast Region of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations by a noted layman, Roger W. Straus, chairman of the northeast region and co-chairman of the National Conference of Jews and Christians, and by Rabbi James G. Heller of the Isaac Wise Temple of Cincinnati, the mother of the American reform movement. The speaker pointed out that in dictatorships such as exist in Germany. Russia, and Italy, the people have founded a substitute for religious faith in the "leadership principle" as exemplified by Hitler, Stalin and Mussolini. "If," he said, "we would safeguard democracy, we must stand by the God concept that we call loosely, religion." seem to be more of a procession Dr. Heller delivered an indictceipta and disbursements'as well as | than an institution. People go in ment of Jews who are foresweaiand out rather than join in its ing their synagogue, of those who enduring loyalties. Thus, during would keep life from within the the past few decades, preachers synagogue and those to whom the have learned that to catch the at! synagogue is nothing but a social lention of the so-called liberal in allegiance. religion, it has become necessary to utilize plays, essays and novels. will be presented. A special meeting of the Sisterhood of Chesed Shel Ernes is being held at Beth David Talmud Torah hall as we go to press. At this meeting plans for the auditing of accounts in connection with the erection of the chapel at the Jewish section of Woodlawn Cemetery will he adopted. The report of recommon denomination" by which the preacher in the liberal church can make a sure contact with his congregation. It is the only contribution of the pew to the pulpit. Liberal religion, said Dr. Newman, "has proved something of a disappointment to its advocates. The liberal church and synagogue adopted. Mrs. Anna Jacobskind, resident ,,t Miami for the past twelve years, died suddenly at the Jackson Memorial Hospital last Monday night Following an operation. Mrs. Samet's Kosher Market and Del.lac ibskind was associated with her icatessen, in business at Miami husband in theoperation of the Beach since 1929, has again reSeaboard Sanitary Dairy at Hiaopened with a complete line of lean and was active in a number foods, delicatessen and dairy prodof local Jewish organizations. She cuts. The fruit and vegetable deis survived by her husband. Mr. partment will again be directed by Louis Jacobskind, one son, Max, MY. I. M. Grossman, who also opboth of Miami, and two daughters, orates the fruit ami vegetable deMrs. Benjamin Lober and Mr-. partment at Merlin'-. The strictNettie Gressner, both of New ly kosher meat department will York. Funeral services were held this year be operated by Mr. Ben Thursday morning with Rabbi Sachs of Chicago, 111, Rev. S. GuttAbraham A. Kellner of the Miami Man. well known Miami Beach Jewish Orthodox Congregation, ofshocked for a long number of years ficiating. Interment was in the will be in charge of the poultry Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery department. Samet's in its comAssociation section of theWoodbined departments will provide lawn cemetery. free delivery service. • The purchase Ol a lot for the .Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be announced early next week, according to members of the More Religion Asked at Synagogue Convention NEW YORK, Nov. 10. —(NCJC) A plea for more religion in everyRATS— ROACHES— ANTS WHITMAN EXTERMINATING COPhone 2-3661 13 Years Same Location Announcing OUR UNEXCELLED SOUR CREAM "SMETENE" IN A NEW AND DISTINCTIVE BOTTLE A \ \in>^ t \* OAYSrs O 0 NORTHWEST FURNITURE CO. A. KRONENFELD, Prop. We carry the largest and most complete stock of new and used furniture in Miami. 73-79 N. W. 36th St. We purchase all Moore Furniture Co. used furniture. 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I'a .re Four THE JEWISH FLORIDIAX Friday, November 20, 1936 Orlando Notes The Ladies' Auxiliary of Congregation Ohev Sholem sponsored / A | _~ _. %  mtm \ \M § f% benefit supper bridge WodncsC~ A \ Y/ I it. K. I U \Y/ V day evening. November 18th, in ^ A\ \A# Jf I >l Wlf ^ the vestry rooms of the synagogue. I Many winter visitors were present. Mrs. B. Safer was general rntan, assisted by the followS. c Sf m M tt seai, Mrs. Ben sega'i Tampa Notes Daytona Beach Jacksonville News and Mrs. Ben Salomon. The tri-city convention of the Guests received novel prizes at Mrs. Neal Finkelstein, chairman Mr. and Mrs. M. Klein of New j un j or Hadaasah, held at the Flothe card party Sunday night at of the November committee of the York arc making Orlando their ,.jdian Hotel, was well attended. In the home of Mr. and Mr-. Louis Temple Sisterhood, has announced permanent home. tnc evening a supper was given in Ossinsky, sponsored by the local extensive plans for the annual eabtheir honor by the Ladies' Auxlodge of B'nai H'rith. The prize arel. the outstanding event of the Mr. and Mrs. A. .1. Haimovitz jij ary „ f thl Congregation Rodoph for every table was that table. Sisterhood season. and daughter returned from Lake I sholom at the synagogue. AdAfter refreshments were served. This cabaret will be given at 9 Worth, where they visited reladresses were made by Rabbi Adolph winners weir busy folding up their o'clock Tuesday .veiling. December I %  • %  %  -. Mrs. B. Goldberg of Boston, Mass., has arrived in Orlando to I the winter season. Burger. Mis. B. Haimovitz and tables. Anita Silverman of Miami, after Mrs. Louis < th. in Morocco Temple. Roey won the floatAt a recent meeting commitwhich a dance was given at the ing prize. Kphraim Solkoff of tees were appointed for the affair. Moulin Rouge. The Hebrew school of CongrcgaMr. and Mrs. II. Schneider ,.;. „ R 0 doph Sholom is now reA Chanukah play. I to Wauchula. Ocala received the door prize. AlIi is announced that Raymond bert Rutberg was high at the poker Gage's orchestra, one of Jacksontable :.nd Or. Irving Levey at piville's best, will supply the music. nochle. Bridge winners were Mr. An attractive program will be preand Mr-. Hiram Adler, Mr-. Louis sented. Ossinsky, .Mrs. s. Katz, Mrs. Si. I. Engel has returned from: Mr lll(i Mrg „ u gimovitz, mon Epstein, Miss Cinda Lee, Miss nville, where she visited rel., was a recent event, Marian Levey, Mr.-. William Siratives. Mi l Pauline LiebovitZ and her fiancee. S %  I ieschman, will be Abe Shapiro returned :, ,,, hi nun lay eveand jury. A I males ning, Nov. L'L'. : o'clock. Thi pa will be taken by men. The lei to the Mock We ial" will be follov a dance, recently held in the vestrj 'ike public is invited. •' Ghelertei and M rs. i: The au 1 trium of the Jai Jewish Centi r was %  % %  with large Am la • : alms. The dec%  of Mrs. '< %  i ei %  Ta Mrs. Edd Harris, Miss Sara Michaelson, Miss German Refugees as Chalutzim and Chalutzos The JudaicCouncil will have a card party at the auditorium of the Congregation B'nai Israel, 1039 Arlington ave.. on Sunday night, November '22m\. The public is invited. The members of the Congregation H'nai Israel, jointly with a< committee of the Judaic Council and the Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid Society, had a special meeting on Wednesday night and made plans, for a Thanksgiving supper and card party at the building on Thursday. Thanksgiving night. All members of the above organizations and friend-, also tourists, are urged to attend. The Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid Society had a successful meeting Tue-day night. Refreshments were erved. The hostesses were Mrs. M, Katz and Mrs. H. Jacobs. Mr. and .Mrs. I'incus tourists for the winter. came as Climaxing the one-hundredth anniversary of its entrance into Florida's transportation annals, and further evidencing its faith in Florida, the Seaboard Air Line Aailway has arranged an approximate one hundred per cent increase in seasonal train service, featured by two Orange Blossom Specials, instead of one. one directly to the east coast of Florida, via the (iro.-s-Baldwin cut-off through the eeiiie highlands, the other to the wist coast via Jacksonville. Both begin southbound service on December Kith, with each providing '. faster and more comprehensive service than was ever offered in former years when "Florida's distinguished winter train" operated as a single unit, and provide de luxe one-night-out service from Boston, New York, Washington, Richmond and intermediate points. The Florida Sunbeam, also resumes its fast run from the midwest on the same date, and beginning early in January is to be operated in two sections daily. Substantial improvements have also been made in the Seaboard's two year 'round trains — the Southern States Special and the New York-Florida Limited. In summation of the Seaboard's winter service Mr. T. W. Luckett, Seaboard's division passenger agent, in Miami, stated that the seasonal trains are resuming service considerably earlier than usual, and that the Seaboard fleet as well as being completely airconditioned, are the only completely air-conditioned trains to and from the east. South African Government Considers Ban on Anti-Nazi Boycott CAPETOWN (WNS) — Acting under the pressure of various farmers' organizations, the South African government is considering a bill which will have the effect of outlawing the anti-Nazi boycott. The farmers claim that the boycott is interfering with the sale of South African wool in Germany. [ At the same time the various Nazi and anti-Semitic groups here are organizing a united anti-Jewish .."arty. /


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Friday, November 20, 1936 THE JEWISH FLORIMAN Page Seven Society Beth David Sisterhood is sponsoring its annual Thanksgiving food sale on Wednesday, November 25th. all day in front of Palmer's Shoe Store, N. E. First st. Proceeds will be given to the Talmud Torah fund of Beth David Congregation. Delicious home baked foods, cakes, etc., will be sold at vary reasonable prices. The public is asked to patronize this event. In charge of the sale is a committee consisting of Mesdames Minnie F.ngler, L. J. Hartz, Sol. Fotfort, Jack Pallot, Harry Markowitz, Morris Dubler, Ben Kandle, Sol. Grief, Charles Abbot and Meyer Schwartz. A public mass meeting sponsored by the local Zionist district will be held on Monday, December 1st, at 8 o'clock p. m. in Beth David Talmud Torah Hall when Detective Sergeant Ed Melehen of the local police department will deliver an address on "My Observations in Germany from an Impartial Viewpoint." Sergeant Melehen recently returned from a trip to Germany where he studied conditions there. Local rabbis will speak briefly during the evening. Members of the board of directors for the local district will be elected following the program. The public is urged to attend. The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau is planning a tea the early part of December. Full details will appear in an early issue. # The Jewish Welfare Bureau has received a large number of inquiries for placement of high school age boys and girls for the season with local families. The same inquiries have been received for older folks who desire kitchen privileges. Those who have accommodations available are asked to register their names with the Jewish Welfare Bureau immediately. None of these are charity cases. Harry B. Fischer, operating the Blintzes Inn at the Jewish People's Institute in Chicago, 111., for the past eight years, and the restaurant at the Jewish Center in Cleveland, Ohio, where he has established a splendid reputation for the excellence of the food served and the service announces the opening of the Chicago Restaurant at 451 Collins ave., Miami Beach, on Sunday, November 22nd. 0 A meeting of the recently elected officers and board of directors of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held at the synagogue next Monday evening, Nov. 23rd, beginning at 8:15 o'clock. This will be the first meeting of the recently elected board and officers. Plans for the installation of officers will be formulated at this meeting. O 0 Interest is centering around the dance which Junior Hadassah is giving on Thanksgiving night, Thursday, Nov. 26th, at the Mayflower Hotel, Alton Road at 17th White Oak Leather LADIES* HEELS 15c HALF SOLES 50c ATLAN1IC SHOE SHOP 240 N. E. First Avenue Opp. Cortez Hotel st., Miami Beach. An elaborate program of entertainment will be presented on which will appear Chester Alexander, who will give novel dance and vocal numbers. A group of surprise features will l,e an interesting part of the program. The Thanksgiving dance is an annual affair of Junior Hadassah and is an outstanding event on the holiday social calendar. Miss Sylvia Rayvis is general chairman and has announced that tickets are available from any member of the organization. Miss Rayvis is being assisted by Miss Myra Goodkowsky and Mrs. Robert Schweitzer as co-chairmen and a committee including Miss Sylvia Wilensky, Miss Audrey Cutler, Miss Selma Yarchar, Miss Doris Rubin, Miss Natalie Pallot and Miss Dorothy Davis. I.ate Friday evening services :t the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will begin next Friday I ROBBINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL WORKS Responsible Hoofers Since 1919 Inspection and Estimates Free evening, Nov. 27th, at 8:15 o'clock when the inaugural address will lie delivered by Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner, who assumed his duties as Rabbi this week. Following the sermon fifteen minutes will be devoted to questions and answers. A n caption in the vestry rooms of the synagogue will be tendered by the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Congregation. Mr. Ralph Neufeld will review the late novel "Gone with the Wind" on Tuesday evening, Nov. 24th, at 8 o'clock, at the home cf Mrs. J. A. Richter, 189.! S. W. 10th St., under the auspices of the Miami section of the National Council of Jewish Women. The public is invited to attend. The weekly Bible Class of the National Council of Jewish Women will be held on Tuesday morning, at 10 o'clock, for the next four weeks at Heth David Talmud Torah Hall, beginning Tuesday, Nov. 24th. Rabbi Max Shapiro will lecture on the Five Books of Moses at this series. The public i-^ invited to attend. An important meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the ifiaml Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held at the synagogue next Tuesday evening, Nov. 24th, at 8 o'clock. All members are urged to attend as important business will be taken up. 222 N. W. 26th St. Phone 2-J705 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. Your cooperation will be very much appreciated by me. DR. R. S. AKERS DENTIST 1746 N. W. 36th St Closed Saturdays. Ph. 2-2131 ANNOUNCING THE GRAND OPENING F ISHER'S AMOUS OODS CHICAGO RESTAURANT 451 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH Sunday, November 22nd At 5 P. M. 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Friday, November 20, 1936 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN wJewisti Meridian FLORIDA'S ONLY .MiWISH WEEKLY PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY by the JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. P. O. Box 2973 News Tower Bldg. Miami, Fla. EDITORIAL OFFICES: 21 S. W. 16th Avenue Phone 1-1 US Two new and vital documents have just issued from the movement, both admirably presented by the publisher. They are "Creative Judaism." by Mordecai M. Kaplan (Belli Hum's Jewish Hook House). Phone 2-5304 Rabbi Eisenstein's small volume is how anyone can say anything higher in its praise. The recognition of Judaism as the civilization of lhe Jewish people, the recognition of this civilization as a religious one, the plan to organize the entire Jewish population of America J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K. SHOCHET. Circulatio Man.ner CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN Field Representative skillful popularization (in the very into one great community for the best sense 1 of "Judaism as a Civpurpose of helping Jews to live Entered aa second elaaa matter July 4. 193*. at the Pout Office at Miami. Florida, under the Act of March 3. 18711. ilization"; the volume of papers represents a selection of varied and vital contributions to "The Reconstructioniat" which the editors consi 1.1 worthy of reprinting in this more permanent form. creatively the civilization which is theirs inevitably and which, therelore, alone can give them an adequate means of growth and expression these are capital matters. I do not see how anv Jew Page Three be held this coming Tuesday, November 24th, at the "Y" clubrooms. In charge of arrangements are Miss Eleanor Ruben, chairman, assisted by Mrs. Weiner, Mrs. Nat Blumberg and Mrs. I.ubel. Bring your wives, husbands, sweethearts and in-laws, as preparations are to supply plenty of refreshments plus added entertainment. Free to all. 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 Monthn SUBSCRIPTION FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, Vol. 9—No. 47 136 *@* The chief merit of raconstrucwho has reflected at all deeply ov tionism is its realism on fundamenat all scrupulously can withhold tal issues. It starts out with the recognition that Jewry is neither a sect nor an organization which men can join or leave. The Jews are a people and Judaism is a civilization —the civilization of the Jews, It might have been happier authority to have u.-e 1 the word "culture" in teachers. its anthropi! > %  ical sense. But that is n minor di .ai'. The mark of this civilization < culture, which sets it off from ot'.l I'S and chiefly character zes i. is the fact that it his assent or co-operation. The weakness of the movement is its slightly "dated" positivism. I want to speak in all humility. The leaders of the movement are men whose Jewish learning and entitle them to be my Only, they talk about religion and then shy away. Metaphysical considerations burn their lingers, They go in for Vaihinger i tacitly I and the alob attitude. .Why, in 1936? People will not is in the broa i and deepest sense commune in prayer with "the powa Religious civilization. It em.-. that endorses what we believe braces the whole man. But its em ought to be," but only with the phasis is on the religious aspect. Melechc Adon I'khol ha-shalom Judaism being a civilization and | on e wrote (if I dare mention it) the Jewish people its living bearg small book named "The I'crmaers or, if one prefers, vessels, it ,„.,,, Horizon," which privately 1 follows that, since .lews must live called: Prolegomena to the Jewish within this civilization or, rather, religion The liberation of meta. live it in experience, it can be a physics has been completely achealthful and so helpful civilization complished. Religion is primary in Of course (hat familiar bird, the vulture, is too well ""'>' '' Jewa live il affirmatively | the categories of time and value, known to need anv introduction. It serves, some ornithol, "" l l h l >Reconstructiomsm sug-iThc positivisms die Lucretius, ogists say, to take care of carrions. Yet the verv mention st as the most important next Comte, Huxley. Israel and manhas reUnder their new president, Sam Badanes, the Juniors have made intensive strides in adding to their membership by their sponsorship o!' various functions. Last Sunday I at their picnic and outing, over 21") j of the Juniors attended and participated in swimming events, and numerous other interesting games. to the complete satisfaction of one and all who attended. Much credit for this successful outing belongs to Miss Evelyn Marks, chairman. Former President Ann Lehrman is making al necessary plans tor the Junior division installation, which is to be held very soon. Getting back to sports, the "V" basketball team's clean record no losses is >till intact. I f to mention thai they have ay jday their first game. Darfm n I.abin ? Vultures Good News Milton Friedman, ardent "Y" worker, who was quite ill last week, is recuperating spleni illy. If you wish to visit him, go to 1037 S. W. Twentieth BVl Of the vuhure brings with it a feeling: ol revulsion, of abhor"i 1 "'""; i ""* nd "" :'"" | KI rence. It is associated with that which we like to forget. Jewisn order •"' owtatlon but tile consolidation ol American Far more despicable is (he human vulture, who. because I Jewry into one gnat community, of a disaster or seme unfortunate happening, immediately | which is to represent through every appears upon the scene to seize upon everything in sight. Jew who feels that he is a Jew _. .. T i t •. HI %  ,u Ithe "ethical nationhood" of Jewry competition ("papers." p. 152 ft'.). The mass of the Jewish community constituting Uw| Anun(in Will M Jewish populace ol Greater Miami is composed of honorabe community the.* can be, men and women who live clean and upright lives do their bit 8na 0 gous ones, all .hadtoward things Jewish and when properly and dil.genth ap, proached do not. in the main, shirk .heir duty. It Is to that l ( lu Hti( n;l lv ,„„, |t wl!1 great mass that we speak. I |m u]>u y f;u ( oi|i .'„ o n |n|r „,,,, Chaos has marked (he "kashrus situation" in this areajlcms in so far as they are group and Jewish civilization has not the for a number of years. From time to time some semblance problems, co-ordinate cultural and and validation thereby of decency was installed. During the past year, due to the educational activities, focus all socivilization and we efforts of a departed and respected leader, unappreciated. Icial services and provide oi well do our best to disof course, on the surface if nowhere else respect for the Jew-J of defense against anti-Semiti Bui reconstruction! itself but an ither expression of the the Jewish people to live on. kind—Israel, above allgained its cheruth olam. Another weakness is the sudden intrusion now and then of the economic fallacy. If Jew-hatred could be eliminated by the elimination o* then we are not einmalig historically and our history and martyrdom have no meaning and the rise of anti-Semitism does not symbolize the spiritual decay of the peo among whom it is observed ish name was exhibited. .Meddling laymen, particularly those It will, in brief, provide who claimed to know it all. and who could quote galore from)ical framework in which i will Schedule of event.-: .Monday, November 23—Junior division meeting and program. Tuesday, November 24 Y. W. II. A. bunco party and entertainm i : free. Wednesday. November %  < Young Men's Hebrew Associati n meeting, plus program. Thursday. November 26 B .. ScOUt meeting. Saturday and Sunday' p house to all memberand fri Strictly Confidential Tidbits Prom Everywhere By PH1NEAS J. BIRON authorities existent and non-existent, kepi to themselves, easier for Jews to live as Jews, to (Copyright, 1936, by Seven Arts This year a number of these meddlers alread) have arisen • they propose to organize "v'aad Hakashruth" they already are setting themselves up as experts who decide as to whether a "shoched" is capable or not. function as Jews, to bring up their children as Jewand thei e o.' richer and more sell'-a:'! irniainian bi ings and n %  II is regarding these, whom we cannot term other than Rec0 nltructionism assumes the "vultures.that we direct our appeal to the public. If you. ,,,„., lll!v ,„ Pale8t ine to the reJewish men and women, desire thai the Jewish name be re,,,, u civllizatloi1 ,„ %  the Jewa aa spected it is high time that you put these meddlers in their we „ ag lh( ;lt K as gymbo i ica | pri places. If the meddler be a real Talmid ( hochom. he should ma ,. v iif |1( Hebrew language. It know that he is not the man to decide Jewish law. '1 here are repudiates the ,,„„.,.,„ „, Ga i uth properly constituted authorities to do that. fol lhi dtoperiton and i am very Particularly al this time, while we are still within the willing that, for pragmatic pur"ahloshim," the period of mourning for a departed leader of i "< • M should do BO and do so a Jewish community, these gentlemen should be told where with all sincerity. To face the "to get off." if we are permitted to use the vernacular. quite ultimate psychological truth on this issue is too hopeless and There is no room in the Jewish community for "vul, araiyzing. By the same token natures." local or tourist. ^ c onstructionism, while holding that Jews must be crippled souls unless osophical as well as the most digthey experience their Jewish civnified contribution that American ilization affirmatively, declares Judaism as such has yet made to that American Jews must be Amer. the right and fruitful grasping of j can first and Jews afterwards, our problems as a people and as a This, too, again from a pragmatic group within American life. ange, it is well enough to concede. although (provided 1 understan ire Syndicate) M I A M I NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ The World's Window Reconslructionism By LUDWIG LBWI80HN This column is copyrighted by the Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Reproduction in whole or in part strictly forbidden. Any infringement will be prosecuted. correctly) there will be trouble It is high time that all thinking Jews who may not yet have done The founder of the movement is | Dr. Mordecai M. Kaplan and it3 about the definition of the won! fundamental text is Dr. Kaplan's .