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The Jewish Floridian ( November 27, 1936 )

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wJewish Florid fan COMBINING The jGWKSlh tlKlitf 3&*. QsuxrijtJk. -WjudULy Vol. 9—No. 48 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDW NOVEMBER 27, 1936 Price Five Cents Memorial To Honor Rabbi A memorial meeting to honor the memory of the late Rabbi David I. Roscnbloom of Beth Jacob Congregation will be held next Tuesday evening. December 1st, at 8:15 o'clock at Beth Jacob Synagogue, Miami Beach. Mr. Philip Liberman, president of the congregation, will speak briefly and will Introduce Rabbi Max Shapiro, who will preside. Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and Rabbi Colman Zwitman of Temple Israel and Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will eulogize the departed rabbi. Cantors Maurice Mamches and Boris Schlachman will chant appropriate selections during the evening. Resolutions will be presented during the evening for adoption by the meeting. The public is urged to attend. No collections of any kind will be made. Bnai Brith Lodge Zionists Plan Children To Names Officers Member Drive At the meeting of the local Bnai Brith Lodge held Tuesday evening Dr. Frank Coret as chairman of the nominating committee presented recommendations of the committee for five officers for the coming year. Unanimously nominated and elected because of no opposition are: Nathan Adelmar., president; Klry Stone, vice president; Milton A. Friedman, secretary; I. Levin, monitor; M. I.. Marcus, assistant monitor; R. R. Adler, warden; for a two-year term as trustee. Dr. Frank Coret. For the office of treasurer, ffm, Friedman, the incumbent, will be opposed by Mr. Benj. LeVine; and for the three-year term as trustee, Ben. LeVine will be opposed by George Feuer. Elections will be held the first meeting in December. Strictly Aid Discovery Confidential Rabbi Kellner Begins Services The first of the late Friday evening services at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will begin Friday, November 27th, at 8:30 p. m., when Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner, recently elected spiritual head of the congregation, will speak on "Blessings Through Adversity." Following the sermon a 15-minute period will be devoted to general questions and answers regarding .lewish laws and customs or problems of the present time. The Ladies' Auxiliary will be hosts to worshipers immediately after the services at a reception in the vestry rooms of the congregation to greet Rabbi and Mrs. Kellner. The public is invited to attend. Polish Primate Condemns Acts New York (WN'S) — The eight days of Chanukah, December 9th to 16th, have been set aside by the Zionist Organization of America for a nati Hi-wide membership dive dedicated lo Justice Louis D. i Brande s in honor of his 80th birth1 day. ac irding to an nnnounco%  luent by Dr. Stephen S. Wise, president of the /.. O. !IA. Designed to i be the most far-reaching enroll ; ment effort undertaken by the < Zionist movement in this country since 1918, the drive has received the approval of Justice Brandcis. whose photograph will appear on every membership card issued to Zionists during the coming year. The drive will be known as the "Brandeis membership campaign". In announcing the drive, Dr. Wise reminded American Jewry of Justice Brandeis' own words: "Organ, ize, organize, organize — until every Jew in America stands up and is counted — counted with us —or proves himself, wittingly or unwittingly, of the few who are against their own people." Cincinnati (WNS) -~ Children i,i Sunday schools of congregations affiliated with the Union of American Hebrew Congregations will be asked to raise a sum of $:i,000 to finance the excavation of Kadesh Barnea, scene of the Israelites' sojourn in Sinai after the exodus from Egypt, according to an announcement by the Union. Dr. Nelson C.leuck of the Hebrew Union College and director of the American School of Oriental Research in Jerusalem, who has found I he spot which he believes is identifiable with Kadesh Barnea. will do the excavating. The Sunday school children, who will be asked to contribute ten cents each, will be kept informed of the progress of the work by means of slides and talks to be prepared by the Union's commission on Jewish education. Tidbit! From Everywhere Cemetery Heads To Assume Duty What promises to be one of the outstanding events of tin season is the installation banquet of the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Association next Sunday evening, November 29th, at 7:30 o'clock sharp at Gorklein's Dairy and Vegetarian Restaurant, 920 Washington ave., Miami Beach. Recently elected officers of the organization will be formally installed and a gala program of entertainment will be presented. Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David Congregation and Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will deliver addresses in addition to brief words of greeting from officers of affiliated institutions. Cantors Boris Schlachman and Maurice Mamches will be heard in a number of liturgical selections in addition to other singers. Admission is seventy-five cents per plate and reservations may be made by calling Mr. H. M. Drevich at 6 S. W. Second ave., or phoning 2-3274. The public is invited to attend. Kingston, Canada — Cardinal Hlond, Archbishop of Gnesen-PoI sen and primate of Poland, has I warned the people of I j against anti-Semitic Idea: |ed from Germany, according lo the | Canadian Freeman, a Catho! c or' gan. "I warn you," he declared in a pastoral letter recently "against those false ethics imported to us from abroad that show a distinctly anti-Semitic atti This is Incompatible with rath ethics. It is certainly allowed %  love your country mole, bul il not permitted to hat.' anyl Jews included. "As to business relations, it is not wrong to give the preference to your own. to avoid Jewish and Jewish stalls on the market place; but it is absolutely f( den to demolish Jewish shops, to destroy Jewish merchandise, I break their windows, or to throw explosives into their homes. "It is quite inadmissable to attack, beat, wound and calumniate the Jews. In the Jew, too, we are to respect and to love the man, our fellow creature, and whenever God's grace enlightens the Jew, who sincerely goes to our Messiah and his, let us welcome him joyfully in the Christian ranks. "Beware of those who foster anti-Jewish riots. They serve a bad cause. Do you know who commands them? Do you know who is interested in those riots? The good cause certainly will not gain anything by these inconsiderate deeds, and the blood shed, more than once, has been Polish blood." New Orleans (WNS) — Mark Levy of Chicago was rcelertod treasurer of the National Association of Real E ... • Boar Is For • %  • rm at the : ,. ami it i Former Anti-Semite Opposes Warsaw (WNS) A great stir has been created here by M. Grabski, former cabinet minister of one of the leaders of the first antiSemitic party in Pound, because of a speech in which he utterly assailed the government's policy • A' seeking to solve the Jewish %  n :>. Jewish en %  Flag Day Will Be Observed As the Britisl began its session in Jerusalem to investigate the fundi causes of the recent disturbances. U. S. Zionists prepared for the 28rd an nual observance of Zion Flag Day. A volunteer corps of scores of thousands of young men and women will canvass Jewish communities throughout the nation Saturday evening, December 5th, and a;l day Sunday, December <>th, to raise contributions to the Jewish National Fund for a new advance in Palestine land redemption. MiniaI of 'he blue emblem will be of-i %  \ i ed to in of interest and Bupport Tor th Pa • %  :: • h • property of the | Takii .I...%  '•• m %  lie i urage and determination dis] pioneers who. for six months, worked during the day ami stood guard at night like Unarmed Shomer in the picture above; a scene photographed in the Jewish National Fund colony at Ginegar, Palestine), Jewish National Fund volunteers will, on Zion Flag Day, approach the American Jewish public with the slogan: "They kept high the flag of Jewish hope; we must do likewise!" By PH1NEAS J. BIRON Transatlantic Anti-Naai groups in Latin America are jubilant over the coming visit of President Roosevelt to Argentina and Brazil Although F. I). R.'s primary objective in going to South America is to open the Pan-American peace conference, he will also try to cut the ground from under Nazi and Fascist propaganda in Latin America Pierre Van Paassen, ace foreign correspondent and Seven Arts staff writer, is due in the United States on December 2nd His bag of exposes on Spain, Germany, Palestine and F. thiopia contains dynam te Incidentally, it is rumored that Pierre's connection with tho Toronto Star and the Star Syndicate was severed because his ho>ses objected to his militant anti-Fascisl tone Margarita Sarfati, Mussolini's secretary and close advi.-er, is telling people sin's a Roman Catholic when Roman insiders know she's a Jewess The series oi" agreements between Germany, Italy. Japan and Other Fascist powers explain the sudden appearance of anti-Semitism in Italy and the Par Easl Don't !"• surprised it" Poland and Germany break offdipic relations I efore the year oul ... Dutch libi rals are perturbed over the Nazi connections of nee Bernhard of Lippe-BiesI, who will marry Crown a of Holland in Before leaving Ger:> i i: e had a confidenwith Hitler BalHi tico's li ading mudue in the United for a lecture ire. nn l!i ink mention it, Schumannmother and a HIMmother The i d proudly of the artmu 'i of my deep and t no fire that ls iii we to my little old • (lod rest her rwo of Mine. Schumann• i Jewish girls •. ;s a militant supporter 0 tl anl Nazi boycott Two yea igo ipi eared at a conthe benefit of the Non\ %  \ a/i League eived a I reim ndoua ovation .,: ,.. .',ie :. I he would sing i ,. on, Nazithreather i fe %  And, incidenta \. she was not born in Germany, but in what is now Czechoslovakia. Nazi Huggies Erich Rix. Christian German refugee, in Detroit to address Deutsch Amerikanischer Kulturverband (German-American Culture League). anti-Nazi German (Continued from page one)



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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, November 27 1936 ing O lax Shapiro will preach at • Friday evening serviceat Sj nag _• • %  tonight at ck on "American Thank=Ul What Se:.-"'" I will chant tin Beth David Choir, -reed to %  i a; begin at %  SOCIETY K> M Beach. Th ,.-:end. o< public Max Hoffm entertain on Saturday NoMr. ai : Mrs. I-aac Levin, prominent in the civic and communal work of Gr. ater Miami, will be at home many fr:ends on Sunday evening, November 29th, >o< >o< |i nt of the order, class initiation of more than two hundred and fifty members obtained by the membership campaign committee headed by E. Al>0 on his guitar, and Fay Bach, SonPi n>' Lynne, Dolly Selby and Joe Tei| tel in vocal selections, and a mon5 j ologue by Audrew Cutler were 0 heard. Tryouts for the play will be hed Thursday evening, Decem, ber 3rd, at 8 o'clock at Beth DaAI vid Talmud Torah Hall. Al! interested in this work are invited to attend. thi gala i of the local Zionist Distri :. I :. Monday evening, Deo Mr. and Mrs. Sj li • j Pepper one of the most active of w Beach. Games will • a %  '• "Zi ing the afternoon and and Justice Brandeis"; an addres eshmenti will M by Detective Sergeant Ed Melchen ... I ity :' Miami police, who Manv 28tl at her hen. 1520 S. fi : 8 to 'clock at their home, bert I'allot, will be oneof the feaW. "th %  celebration of the 430 N. E. 29th st, :n celebration tures of the meeting. A banquet irthday of her granddaughof their twenty-fifth wedding anwill be held the second day of the Be' ;. Peppi r, daughA regular meeting of the Nation. al Council of Jewish Juniors will be held at Beth David Talmud Torah Hall Wednesday evening, Devisitors were ted from Germany b; MUi v.vienne Jacobs, hospitalthe Council of Jewish Women, of columns. ibject will be "My Objt chairman, at the regular meetTemple Israel, one of the active serrations in Germany From an j ng 0 f j un i or Hadassah last Monim] int." Mr. Inight. eer Miamian, will | .„ x ghapiro was guest FoUowing the fcrt-.al par: ox speaker for the evening. -Justice the meet r.g a brief bus:: :Brandeis," being the subject of his held under the chair0 ; %  ... ( ; race Berg enI f Rabbi Max Shapiro, tert ained with two readings, one lent of the lo mversarv Mr. Levin is vice presiconl Some of the outstand-j cember 2nd. at which time impordent of Temple Israel, president of ing orators and communal work-, tant matters will be acted on. AH the local Bnai Brith Lodge, an ofers of the United States will be members are urged to attend, ficer %  .!. wish Welfare Buheard during the class initiation ... reau. and active in many other and banquet. The meeting will be The annual Chanuka party of the c vie and communal organizations, held on January 22 and 23. Full I Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami introduced Mrs. Levin is a past president of details will appear shortly in these Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held on Sunday evening, December 13th, at the clubrooms of the Young Men's Hebrew Association, beginning at 8 o'clock. Latkes and officerat the Parent-Teacher AsBeth David Congregation is sociation of Florida and recognized sponsoring a Chanuka dance and ..one of the outstanding Jewish festiva women in the entire state. Bnai Brith will be officially represented at the celebrat:on by :. at the Royal Palm Club other specially prepared trict, foi :• • pur] -• f elect the coming year puK fed to attend this n %  | • • • eting t I f Directors f the M mittee con.-i.-tins: of Dr. Jacob II. from "Dav I erfield" and the Kaplan. Henry Nadelweiss, Nathan entitled "The I.. Adelman. Eli y Stone and Dr. ted Miss SylFrai All friends are asked to attend. No cards will be issued. Rost .".. Misi I Safer and holiday on Sunday evening, December 13, goodies will be provided. This is beginning at '.' "'clock. The proa n annual event which always atgram includes a vaudeville protracts a very large crowd. Entergram and other novelty entertaintainment will be provided and cards ment in addition to the usual floor will be played. Hostesses are Mes. show. The public iurged to at-, dames I. Rosengarten, Jack Hirsch, Aud Cutler as members ittee. Mist :nan. membership i Miami Beach, aneption m At a meeting 01 the National Council of Jewish Juniors, held last Tuesday evening, the "Council Moe Pallot and J. L. Shochet. Final Max P.;. I I"-* M ix Mintzei Bu :. Kellm .' %  '. A k Iman, B. Chertk Max Mint: i M< Fai %  E. Albert Pali Dri vi h. Si I ::< % %  J. L. S s Kai Mr. A. K lent ol • We Ifor Tails • I i ighter Jea ate College R. R. Adler, Wm. fashioned melodrama this winter. I Iman and J. Louis Shoche • all Grand Lodg • part of the ing and pre] scenery and sim-• •• will attend headed ilar work were received. After • luding the fon gr a program was the Hoi 111 I M. Cohei Santora The I ASTOR HOTEL Washington at 10th St. {] .MIAMI BEACH i\' 70 Rooms, Each With BathPi Radio in Every Room ft Steam Heated • Volunteer! the group in jl Readv for Occupancy About P -turning. work, designB \ November 15th ^ I Reservations Now Accepted % M. ROSNER, Mgr. I en. He was i I B. Ch rtkoff and H. M. D Mr. and • on NoHe 1 i '.i darks. Mi s. Ma .. %  • • ...".;. M -%  Me presented during the evening. Reservations may be made with Speaking cl member of the organization. sored by the Seni ha] • A Yiddish play i.be Nat: 'nal Council of Jewish Werner, under the direction of Mrs. i Weil -: % %  n will meet on FriNovember 27th, at 2 p. m. %  .v. .ck. a: the home of Mrs. Morris Ru 2861 Pine Tree drive. Arnold Authentics Women's Shoes u75 10 Cla 8S1C for active kA0llC'. h Phon7 i Sat.-Sun.-Mon.-Tue*.. Nov. 2t>-29-30-Dec. 1 WOMEN ONLY Matinee_' :AV6NU6 Sun.-Mon.. Nov. 2!-30 Joe E. Brown Joan Blondell SUNS O" GUNS red at the Temple Theatre on lary 17th. at 8:15 p. m. o'clock the Miami branch of the Work. men's Circle. Full details of this event will be published shortl; • • Mr. Max Wiesen of New York. rator "f the famous Sheepshi ad Bakers of that city for eight years, announcethe opening of a modem sanitary bakery at 12 Ocean dr.. Miami Beach, to be wn as the "Brooklyn Baker-." A branch store will be operated at I;_'." Washington ave., Miami Beach. With more than 25 v of experience, only the fii %  ads, caket .-• wil iuced at the newl; i ernly equipped ihi M. L. MARCUS CO. Office Supplies and Furniture Desks, Chairs, Piles, Printing LOWEST CASH PRICES 41 N. E. First St. Ph. 2-1681 and onlooker sports! 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Friday, November 27, 1936 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three wJewisti florid nan UHM 5 ONLY •SWISH WUULLT PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY by the JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO P. O. Box 2973 Miami, Fla. EDITORIAL OFFICES: 21 S. W. lBth Avenu* News Tower Bldg. Phone 2-6304 Phone Mil! J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K. SHOCHET. Circulatio, Mauser The World's Window The Liberal Cause CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN Field Representative Entered u aecond dais matter July 4. 193*. at the Post Office at Miami, Florida under the Act of March 3. 1879. By LIDWIG I.EWISOHN This column is copyrighted by the Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Reproduction in whole or in part strictly forbidden. Any infringement will be prosecuted. ST. PETERSBURG MRS. ROSE M. RUBIN Representative WEST PALM BEACH MRS. M. SCHREBNICK Representative ORLANDO MRS. B. J. COHEN Representative TAMPA MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative Six Months SUBSCRIPTION 11.00 One Year 12.00 FRIDAY NOVEMBER Vol. 9—No. 48 27. 1936 U|)|mr lbei alll „• lege of liberal arts and sciences under Jewish auspices. | a „ Bhadin|fg professional people In these critical davs when the Jewish people are under'" 1 "" ki ds, the workers in a solid attack everywhere the "preservation of our cultural heritage mass, members of cultural minoris of primary importance. If we permit such institutions as|> groups, was their belief that the Yeshiva to be impaired we are undermining the life-line Mr. Roosevelt himself is a thorof the Jewish people. It is imperative that American Jewry toughgoing liberal and libertarian rally to the support of this celebrated center of Jewish learn r"" 1 that <"!• him and his adminIns. Jewish learning is not circumscribed by sectarian or lsll t "' the classical liberties and theological differences. The Yeshiva belongs to American tolerances of civilized mankind Jewry as a whole, not merely to Orthodox Jewry. It is un-| wouW IM sav 1 fortunate that the Yeshiva does not have the generous en-J l, t %  ,t l )eat th t phrase: the dowments vouchsafed to the Hebrew Union College and the ctaaafcsj liberties and tokrances ; Jewish Theological Seminary. This fiftieth anniversary celebration would be a timely occasion for some of our Jewish philanthropists to come to the aid of the Yeshiva and its college of liberal arts and sciences. the same as my great-great-great, erals for two reasons which cor-1 etc. Uncle Gamaliel's were at the respond to the two great divisions time he was privileged to see the I of Jewish history. The first reaJews of Shushan delivered and Haon why Jews are liberals is beman hanged instead. .My Uncle I cause in the course of our (levelGamaliel stood at the hanging no opment as a nation in our ancient farther than from here to there, homeland we invented liberalism. He was not a bloodthirsty man in The codes in Leviticus and Deuterthe least and, in fact he was quite onomy contain for the first time! sorry to see Haman hanging on in human history so far as the re;-the highest gallows in Shushan. He ords go explicitly or implicitly all covered his eyes against the horrid the principles which have since sight and yet inwardly felt an imbeen adhered to and fought for by mense satisfaction to think that the proponents of human freedom sometimes things do turn out well and human dignity everywhere in for Jews. the world. Our ancient codes deTherefore, he took up celebratmaild the limitation of state soving 1'urim with a whole heart, even creignty, equality of men before though he never did quite get over i he law. tolerance of minorities being sorry that one so powerful (gerim), protection of workers and as Haman came to such a miserwage earners, the special concern able end. In the same compassionate spirit I am celebrating Thanksgiving, MIAMI For one of the most vicious of contemporary fallacies is the fallacy that civil and religious liberty are a by-product of modern industrialism. Wherever and whenever men have awakened from bar. whom were: Miss Sylvia Roth, baric stupor they have striven after Miss Ray Roth and Miss Sylvia liberty and hoped for tolerance, Mack, all of Hollywood, Cal.; Miss Millicent Hope, Massachusetts; first in Judea, next in Greece, later in early Roman republic, again at NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ disbanded Tuesday night, December 1st, so as to allow the members to participate in the memorial services for the late Rabbi David Rose Puchkoff, New York; Mrs. j the end of many darker centuries Rose Weintraub of Florida, Miss Evelyn I.ansky of New York, Miss Sylvia Kolnick, New York, and Miss Clara Ronnin, also of the Jewish state of New York. Miss Thelma Groper was awarded a beautiful cocktail set as one of the prizes IRosenbloom. to be held at Beth ami Miss Ida Engler won herself Jacob Congregation. a handsome companion by the | ,n..me of Mr. Max Feldman. of. This past Monday the Junior DiLast Friday the Women's Diviwhom you folks will hear more vision played host to many old and sion held their annual Sabbath later, when he returns from a hur! new members who are visiting services at Beth David Synagogue, ried trip from Detroit, Mich. from their respective schools of Members who, learning during the Thanksgiving participated were Plans for holding a joint instalholidays. Among the visitors were Mrs. Sam Shanlat on of the officers of the Y. M. Myron Markowitz, Leonard Tobin. del, president; Ida and Y. W. H. A. are well under Hen Seitiin and many others whose Engler, Dorothy way with the date selected being I names escaped me. Bender, Bea SilSunday. December tith, at the AlaSchedule of Events ver Eleanor Rumac Hotel. .Make your reserva; Monday, November :10—Junior l.n' and Clara lions now by calling Boris Schlachdivision meeting and program. of individuals and society for the bereft and the unfortunate. These codes establish once and for all joyous to observe that it can't hapthe primacy of a humane ethic, an pen here and yet philosophically Other-regarding ethic, as the neemelancholy to see the great mouth essary motivation of a good society of Father Coughlin closed. I look and make the individual, and thereat the silent mouth (which Father fore the free man and the free per. I Coughlin has just announced he sonality, the responsible bearer of will keep closed for good) and con. such a society. These three-thouaider what flames it spewed a litsand-year-old codes bear every ev: tie while ago to consume me. idence of a very bad conscience Its hot breath swept into my livabout both war and robbery—the j ing room from my radio set and I bad conscience that contemporary ; trembled even as my Uncle Gamadictators have not even reached, liel did in the time of Haman. And No wonder that Jews are liberals as he did then, I sighed, "What's and pacifists. to become of us?" The second reason why Jews are But even as I was about to be liberals corresponds to the second devoured by the fire from Father phase of their history, that of dias, Coughlin's mouth, his furnace went pora. For nearly two millenia we I out "Oh, another piece of turhave lived as minorities among ma-1 key, my dear. White meat, please" jorities. Hence our only hope of peace, life, security, depended upon the. measures of liberalism, of freedom and tolerance in the societies in which we lived. Absolutist or totalitarian states ruined us; fierce and intolerant orthodoxies amid the all-powerful majority ruined us; war ruined us. These processes and their repercussions upon our fate have never varied by an iota, not by the breadth of a hair all through the ages from the oppressive measures that set in after the accession of the Emperor Constantine to the' Germany of 1983. Such is the way of the Lord, (Continued on Page 5) rendered inoperative, there knowledge sickened and died. Wherever and whenever the principles of individual and social morality which th Jews originated were rendered inoperative, there freedom and tolerance and goodness sickened and died. Jewish liberalism, in other words, is not a doctrine and a measure of defense, but a measure of redemption from recurrent barbarism for all mankind. The spirit I of disinterested inquiry into truth Now if the Jews were liberals was originated by the Greeks, but only for the second reason and only out of the cold necessities of their situation as a diaspora people serves all mankind. The spirit of liberalism was originated by the Jews, but also serves all mankind. Tuesday. December I -Memorial services for Rabbi Rosenbloom. to be held at the Beth Jacob Congrogation on Miami Beach, starting at K p. m. Wednesday, December 8—Y. M. II. A. general meeting anil program. Thursday. December ."!—Boy Scout meeting. together. Bunco shpillers from all I Saturday and Sunday—Open parts of the U. S. attended, among All activities of the "Y" will be house to all members and friends. Rownnin. Rabbi man al 2-9659. Max Shapiro stressed the imporI tance of co-operation between the T1K y M H A ba8ketball u am various organizations and the syn^ ^^ temporarily forme() wiln agogues. thfi aJd (lf M| gam Borstein. Here Through the fine co-operation is the list of players to date: Louis of Mrs. Jules Wilson a very sueShapiro, Mushy Beckerman, I.ou cessful bunco party took place at Fishman, Bernio Frank. Ralph the women's Tuesday night getGrossman and Hy Sachs. it might, however speciously, have j Hence it is evident on all counts been argued that they are liberals j that Jews—unwarped. uncrippled, only to save their skin. But since | whole and sane—must be liberals they invented liberalism and first and of their very nature the prodeclared its principles among men poncnis of liberty and peace. We and took with them into their long are today a fairly numerous people 'exile those great elaborations of. and a people hard beset and it is and commentaries on those very no wonder that w I h ive abnormal principles, it is evident that the lib1 fringes, whether Revisionist or eralism of the Jewish people lies Communist, But we are the clasmuch deeper than their need of its sical liberals and libertarians and protection. Let OS put it this way. by the cause of liberalism we stand Wherever and whenever in the or fall. world the principles of free inquiry (Copyright, L986, by Seven Arts which the Greeks originated were! Feature Syndicate)



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I'age Four THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, November 27, 19: M BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL Of Miami 137 N. E. 19th St. Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB II. KAPLAN RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 6906 Albacore Drive !" N. E. 31st St. Miami Beach 5-9875 Miami 2-9548 „. ;„,,,, o£ „„, Rabbis will be at the Temple every morning throughout the year. STATEWIDE NEWS Jacksonville News Tampa Notes < ONGKEGATIONAL o | \,,,i .: %  n-ely i a n cogn tion i f ,l„. %  ; .' an I I i neficial work i 1( j DJ sistei hoods to the inte ml also as a traditional tribute t i the "E 0 { the J wish family, Si ibath been laim id b; the 1 nion t Vmi ,... Coi %  al coming Sabbath. In our Templi this %  i will be marked ice conducted by th? I lowing members of our Sisterh i: Mrs. Frank A. Perlman, lirman; Mr Henry Bulbin, Mrs. I. 0 na Levin, Mrs. Herbert A. Si Mrs. Leon Stein. A iocial hour will follow thi •vice, and refreshments will 1"' en I. Services begin promptly • ;15 p. m. manship of Benj. W. Slote, Herman Wall and Victor Miller, we would like t remind all prospective members that membership in Temple Israel %  • you the opportunity to .,.., ] yoursel! of .-ill the following religious, cultural and social activThe regular meeting of the Junior Jewish Organisation was held recently in the Jacksonville Jewish Center. Herbert Hani-, president, presided. The club gave a Thanksgivbasket I" a needy family. Beginning this week there will be two hosts oi hostesses in charge ,,f the i >freshments for each week. Benn> Setzer and Irvin Paul will act as hosts. In addition Mrs. Jeannctto Harris, sponsor, and I luiUon j 0 ur Religiou. M Peggy Schemer will present Sundaj for a I in RELIGIOUS SCHOOL our Religious school last Sunday morn ng inaugurated a series oi class | rograms. The pro-ram pre%  d by Mrs. Seligman's cla is in the form of "a day in class spent in review" had the following participants: Barbara Meyer, Doi Kobley, Marjorie Fisher, Henry Hi,,nner, Regina Loveman, 3 n m, Freeman Nevins, Fay harl< Rubin, ithdaj • • ; la,, ol Ba M y Albert Wi nn. I rayer is vend by Barb: an I the i irvice lucted by Betty Liebling. The %  ime from cla .. l. n diate departi he highi ndan e ol ment. your a program. Misses Ann Feinber and Irene Kristle were appointed by the president to present a procram on December 1. Max Kristle gave interesting of the Jewish people. Miss Minnie Fcinberg gave a reading i ks on Jew-1 prior to the adjournment. : Florida. A Thanksgiving ball was given by the Daughters of Israel on day night at the Jacksonville Jewish Center. Plans for the ball wen in charge of the committee on arrangements, membership .hive begins on of which Mrs. H. Setzer was genv evening, November 80th. eral chairman. Blessed is He who. Mrs. M. Wexler and Miss Ethel G. Rosenberg cometh into the midst of Israel. int chairmen for the revited to atten. fi-cshmcnts, Berved Dutch and Eng0_ cv\lR\l '' American typeof Thanksgiv" r,i o ing dishes at the midnight supper. on childn n. •>, Free tuition in our Hebrew ,,n Thursday aftcrnoi i ck. ; j |',, ., ,. of our Jewish lithe largest col if Knglisl • s, in tin I, Free classes for adulti Monda> evenings. ;,. Fi i; c i "-• f "' lowed by a social hour. ,;. Sistei hood acth itie • ai %  ial affairs. \li M iam Leibovitl entertained Sunday afternoon at a tea al her home, honoring her sister, Miss Paulyne Leibovits, whose engagement to Sol Fleischman was recently announced. Guests called between the hours of 3 and 5 and were greeted by Mrs. M. Leiboviiz. Mrs. M. G. Rosenberg, Mrs. Joseph Fleischman, Mrs. S. Simovitz. Misses Miriam and Paulyne Leibovitz. A stringed quartet furnished a program of music during lling hours. About ''.ii guests called. formerly of Los Angeles, and will hold their rehearsals every Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. All those playing string or wind instruments are invited to join. ALVIN WALDER Mrs. Joseph Wold and Mrs. Lester Shear entertained at a formal dinner party at the Tampa Terrace Hotel last Wednesday evening, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Paul Shear, the fi rmer Miss Sara Hecht. 50* Invites You to the AUTO RADIO SALES & SERVICE Y. M. II\. Notes The first public forum of the season will be held in the auditorium on Sunday evening, Novem-i ber 29th, at 8 o'clock. The sub-]* %  will be Bionism, pro and eon. The principal speakers will he Kahhi 11. L. Zielonka and Morris The public is in1233 N. E. 2ND AVK. A complete line of Auto and House RADIOS Easy Terms Small Down Payments The V. M. II been organized A. orchestra has by Mr. II. Griff, MEMBERSHIP I i injunction with the member,. about to be undertaken by our Temple, under the chair"Sons O' Guns," Joe B. Brown's ... |j frolic, based on the hila,,. |; : | .. ;l y musical hit, opens .,, ,,,. Seventh Avenue Theatre lay. Besidi the mirth stirring antics of the wide-moutl Bdian, the picture Is Bpiced with the famoUfl martial airs of the original ,,„„,. play, v. th tuneful new sonjrs, sung by Joe E. t Joan Blondell, WinIfred Shai i I the Chambers %  Chorus, and ri itous dance numl .,„ Bti ged by the famous musical comedy producer, Bobby Connolly. Tbe ,, i: ,. a rollicking comedy romance dealing with the humorous side of doughboy life m France during the World War. I he Congratulations! Anticipating the success of our membership we wish to announce tl of the first new member into m j,l t His name is Stephen :, in. II parents Mr. and Mr & %  Max Gold is one week horn Temple alendar Sisterhood bridge, Deceml %  [i ;>;. at I h mi of Mrs. J. A. Rich! i | -: in Jutlai: m Mon nings at 8 o' Children', Choir Tuesday cve: n j n g at y o'clock. rcw Classes Thursdaj i ernoon at 1 o'clock. Temple Board > '' ;i (,a >' in gl cember 1st, at B o'. I AH board members are urged to attend. Mr. D. J. Apte, who has just returned from a trip to Ru. • ope. will address the hoard. picture is said to be most i and picturesque, and lavish in pr >duction value,, staged with mon elaborateness than any previous Joe E. Brown comedy. Miss Blondell, Miss Shaw and Beverly Roberts arc Joe's three war-time sweethearts, while others in the east include Eric Blore, Craig Reynolds, Joseph King, Robert Barrat, G. P. Huntley, Jr., and Fiank Mitchell. Oraginal Thanksgiving decorations and costuming wenhandled by Mrs. N. V. tiros.and Mrs. 1 <• come. The regular meeting of Senior .IIVS, .\. i. uivsa .ion .'. | ne rcgumi IIU<-OIIK \>L ^v-.... w Becker. Proceeds will be u Hadassah Chapter was held recent-m continue the work of the Hebrew ; v Mr-. N. F. Cohen presiding. The IO* school, or Talmud Torah, of th.meeting was well attended and the — The Only Strictly Kosher HOME COOKING In St. Vetersburg, Fla. Mrs. D. Rabinovich Rooms and Board 853 5th Avenue. South St. Petersburg, Fla. sn <> n<—rr>ocr=>oc:6 onville Jewish Center. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Moed an,. lunce tiie engagement of tl tcr, Ruth, to Sam M Mrs. Ni ttye Michelson. I ie will take place in the firing, the date • o.| later. Mi-. Mich.-: .n. formerly of Cleveland, Ohio, has made his home in Jacksonville for sevi Members of the Jackso Jun or Hada sah chapter who atu nded the state meeting in Tamoa recently were: Mises Mollye Mizrahi, Bertha Saul, Ruth Moed. Ruth Davis, Miriam Carlton, Lena Baiter, r'l irence Schevitz, Editl lA-iliovitz and Mrs. Edd Harris. Mi^-s Molly,Mizrahi, president Jacksonville unit, rave helpful suggest oils to the new Tampa -.nit and her talks were very Welhrough Tuesday, with special : mances givi n for men and sv.. men. made by the various chairmen were interesting. Mrs. Cohen, who al he national convention as a delegate from the local ,\ e a report of the convent ion. Mrs. Sa Ki ewitz gave a reI ,,ri eld recently and thanked all who werked to make the dance a SUCCC Harry Kat/.'s report of the : showed tin fair was successful and a substantial sum realized. Mrs. Joseph M. Glickstein, sewan, asked for volunteers for sc A .eius to he supplied to the hospitals and refugees of -iianl several members responded. (hi her report for current ov. \| -. Jack Bccl touched on various phases the daily life and work of t" lay in Palestine. '1 I next mi et ing m ill be held t h< second Wedi I lecember 2:30 O'I lock, instead of %  '•. as •on JMINOLE JACKSONVILLE J FLORIDA CHARLIE GKINtt, '•'-" YOUR indmdu.l co-lot .nd ***>*' I. mill., ol jre.l wponwci *" '"• |n.praol, ho-t-Ucc Koi.l locti.d i A, MJ •I down-town J.elcK>nv.H. E'v lub >nd .fcow.., ••!( -•''. •" ,.d.D .nd ecllin, U....try bed -""**' %  .p,m, 1.11.0 .lid W M.l l >'"3 hl* Al* CONDIIlONtO COCKTAIL LOUNGE • COFI^.E IHOr R.t..-S,D5l. -ill. P'"< B ",\TT' 78 Rao-. S200 •' 80 Roo %  <0Roo...$3 0C "••" Sfcfin MN •"• % •"" g,i.,l C 'O UNDH HOtIL VAIMM f HOHJJMI 0 ••Sinful" will be the feature attraction at the Tivoli Theatre PriAHERN FUNERAL BOMB. 1 FRANCIS AHKUN. Pres. 1349 West Flakier Street Telephone 2-2211 AMBULANCE SERVICE What Finer (iift to a Craduate Than a Copy of The Message of Israel By RABBI ISRAEL H. WEISFELB Containing the Vital story of Judaism bj PR^Ij INENT ORTHODOX. BEF01W and (ONSERVATIVE BABBI& BURDINE'S HOOK DEPT. 4th Floor, Main BldR



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rW^Sil&K 'i*? : *€32gf*^^ Friday, November 27, 1936 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Society aoi Milton Breger and Sam Ehrlich, well known in the kosher butcher business in New York City for more than seventeen years, announce the opening of a modern kosher meat and poultry market at Cooper's Kosher Market, 601 Collins ave., Miami Beach, at the corner of Sixth St., under the firm name of Breger and Ehrlich. A complete line of finest Western beef, veal and lamb and the finest of Tennessee poultry, all strictly kosher, will be provided for the discriminating housewife. An invitation is extended to the general public to visit this new market. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gilbert are the proud parents of a baby girl, 'v>rn Friday, November 20th, 1936, the Victoria Hospital. • • A membership tea will be given by the Senior chapter of the National Council of Jewish Women on Wednesday, December 2d, at the Mayflower Hotel, Miami Beach. Mrs. Elry Stone, chairman, reports that a large number of new members will be presented at the meeting. A splendid program of entertainment is being planned. All members and non-members are extended a cordial invitation to attend. • • • The announcement has been made that Garnett Andrews, as-! sistant manager of the Seminolej Hotel in Jacksonville, Florida, will, j on December 1st, assume the manj agership of the Seminole. Roy McCombs, who has been connected with this hotel for a number of : years, will, at the same time, be promoted to the position of assistant manager in charge of the sales promotion. Mr. Andrews has recently moved to Jacksonville from Chattanooga, Tenn., where he was connected with Hotel Patton and other hotels. He is a graduate of the University of Alabama, class of 1924, where he was a member of the Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity. There will be no other change in the personnel of the hotel, with the exception of Brad Roughton, who has become connected with the hotel in the capacity of front office clerk. Mr. Roughton has recently been connected with the George Washington Hotel in West Palm Bench and other Florida hoI tels. The Seminole Hotel has just completed a quarter of a million dollar improvement program, which makes it one of the most modern and up-to-date hotels in Jacksonville. This program included the installation of a new tile bath with tub and shower in every room in the hotel, and many other major improvements. • An important meeting of the Chesel Shel Ernes Sisterhood will be held next Thursday, December 3rd, at 2 p. m., o'clock at Beth David Talmud Torah HalL All members are urged to attend. *• v At the last meeting of the Tri Beta Sorority the recommendation of Miss Shirley Barnett, welfare chairman of the organization, to provide a large Thanksgiving basket of food for a needy Jewish family, was adopted. Miss Marion Freed reported on arrangements for the pledge invitation to i be held on Friday evening, November 27th, at 7:45 o'clock at the home of Miss Florence Coret, 1410 S. \V. 11th st. Plain Talk Page Five (Continued from Page 3) who in good time always rescues me and if in one time he delivers me from the oppression of Pharaoh, the next time I am snatched from the wrath of Human and the third time from Father Coughlin's mouth "A little more of the cranberry sauce, please" Pharaoh is drowned and Hamiin is hanged and the mouth of Coughlin is shut up. set from the consecrated mouth. I was afraid of Mr. Dubinsky, coming as he did, almost every night, trying and sizzling into my living room. "Du-bin-sky!" I trembled as the chilling premonition of pogroms entered my bones. Poor Mr. Dubinsky seemed the unhappy he-goat of Israel (Numbers 28-15); upon the back of this ladies' garment worker were put all the international bankers and all the works of Communism as well. "Du-bin-sky!" It sounded like Hitler himself shouting, "Perish Judea!" To what rages might not Americans be aroused to hear Mr. Dubinsky's name in the air night after night ? My wife shuddered and demanded that Mr. Dubinsky be tuned out of our house. He was like some burned Jew of the inquisition coming hideously into our house every night. "No!" I replied. "Mr. Dubinsky is like one of the family. I am a Dubinsky, you're a Dubinsky and all the Dubinskys must suffer together." But some ot my Dest friends began to resent Mr. Dubinsky. He would yet be the death of all of us, they said. If it came to that, would Coughlinites stop at pogroming Mr. Dubinsky? What Jew would be safe after they got drunk on Mr. Dubinsky's blood? From one Dubinsky they would go to another. Mr. Dubinsky, it was said, should have known better than to become a candidate for presidential elector in the state of New York and thus bring down this holy wrath on us. At least (it was argued) he should have known enough to change his name. Dubinsky, indeed! He should have been Mr. Dub. As Mr. Dub he would have been a satisfactory elector to Father Coughlin, who couldn't have done anything with Mr. Dub. Ha couldn't have said Dub with the hissing with which he gave out Dubinsky. He would have been Just Elector Dub and Father Coughlin would have found no fault in him. • o • But as my Uncle Gamaliel said after the hanging of Haman, God, in His goodness, has shown us it can't happen here. "Let us," he said to his children, "be thankful for giving us escapes on account of which to have holidays." On this occasion I feel just as my sainted uncle did in his own happy time. For the first time in American his'ory a blatherskite took up antiSemitism as a matter of politic.!, made Rothschilds out of all international bankers, set Jews aside as a people who were not kinsmen to the brotherhood of man, fell to a new low of demagoguery when by hissing a Jewish name he attempted to ignite meanest prejudice. America answered him with millions of voices of contempt. For that I am particularly thankful to America at this Thanksgiving time "Pour me another glass of wine! To the rim! America has stood faithful. Father Coughlin's recent announcement that hereafter his mouth is going to be kept shut was quite superfluous. My father never got rich, but he gave me to America and for that I must make much of Thanksgiving Day, particularly this year's Thanksgiving Day. And yet, as one who can regard fallen enemies with compassionate tolerance, I look sadly at the silent mouth. What power seemed in it! As my uncle Gamaliel did at the hanging of Haman, I turn away with a sigh. (Copyright, 1936, by Seven Arts Feature Syndicate) White Oak Leather LADIES' HEELS 15c HALF SOLES 50c ATLANIIC SHOE SHOP 240 N. E. First Avenue Opp. Cortez Hotel ROBBINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL WORKS Responsible Soofers Since 1919 Inspection and Estimates Free 222 N. W. 26th St. Phone 2-3705 DR. R. S. ARERS DENTIST 1746 N. W. 36th St Closed Saturdays. Ph. 2-2131 What a mouth it was! I remember particularly the way it used to say Dubinsky. With what a hissing Mr. Dubinsky's name used to come over the air into my radio • • • pan


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Page Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, November 27, 1936 TRYING TO SURVIVE Miss Sylvia Raichick was hostess to the members of the Onyx Klub at her home recently, iss Ruthye Berstein, president, appointed Miss Evelyn Marks and Miss Mildred Ruben, Miss Helen Moss to make plans for a theater party, the proceeds of which will be used for welfare work. Plans for a scavenger hunt, to be given on December 13, honoring the birthday anniversaries of Miss Marks and MisRuben, are under way. Miss Shirley Rosenthai and Miss Rose Dubler are in charge of this event. Junior division of the Y. M. H. A. sponsored an annual installation danre Sunday evening at the club rooms. All members were admitted free. Following the business session, a program was presented under the direction of Larry Schwartz, with Miss Evelyn Marks, Louis Spector and Allen Greenfield appearing. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Susskind of Atlantic City, N. J., were hosts at a dinner last week at Brennen's Grill. Their guests included Mr. and Mrs. Dave Neilenger and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bach, Cleveland, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rothenburg, Newark, N. J.; Mrs. Mary Fried, man, New York; Ben Golden, Robert Rosenfield, New York; Mrs. Frances Levy and Dr. and Mr*. Nathan Field. American Legion Opposes Bigotry American Legion Plans Drive Against Nazism and Fascism Indianapolis (VVNS) — A nation wide campaign to educate the na| tion against the subversive doctrines of Fascism, Nazism and Communism will be undertaken during the coming year by the i American Legion, it was announced by the national executive committee at the close of its session here. Mandated by the last annual convention to war on those doctrines, the executive committee adopted a program for combatting these types of subversive activities. It also decided to demand that immigration quotas from countries granted quotas be reduced by 90 per cent. Strictly Confidential (Continued on page six) group, tells the story about a German worker in a baby carriage factory in Hamburg His pregnant wife asked him to bring home a baby buggy, but none came The baby arrived, but still no buggy .. Hubby then explained that his factory only makes the different parts for the carriage, but does not assemble completed product Smart wife suggested that he bring a different part home each day and then assemble it himself Agreed The next Sunday Heinz was busying himself in the kitchen with the buggy parts and the impatient wife called from the bedroom: "Why does it take so long to get that thing together?" "I can't understand it," replied Heinz. "No matter how I manipulate it, no matter how I arrange the parts, the darned thing still turns out to be a machine gun." These exclusive pictures were taken a few weeks ago by Herbert J. Seligman, publicity director of the J. D, C. (1) Shows a group of Jews in the Square at Przytykj (2) A workshop set up through the J. I). '. in the pogromizcl city of Przytyk. Society Mr. Abraham Leibovit, active communal worker, 76 years old, died after a lingering illness at his home early Wednesday morning. Mr. Leibovitt was a native of Batushan, Roumania, coming of a distinguished Jewish family there. He came to the United States in 1905, landing in Philadelphia. Pa., and after a short residence there, came to Florida about thirty years \,. w Bedford. ago, making his home and engaging in business in Key West. Fla., where he was one of the first Jewish families. He became active in the then large Jewish community and helped build the synagogue in New York City. Rabbi J. Steinberg of the Park Avenue Temple, performed the ceremony. A dinner for the members of the immediate families followed at the hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Dreisen and their daughter were in New York for the event. After the wedding, the couple will take a short trip and will reside after November 29 at the Roosevelt apts., 415 County St., Complimenting Miss Mildred Dreisen, who was married to Leo Berkowitz last Wednesday night at the Hotel Warwick in New Y'ork j city, Miss Doris Cromer entertainI. 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 mc. BROOKLYN BAKERS Announce the Opening of Their Spacious, Sanitary and Modern BAKING PLANT The finest line of Fancy Cakes. Bread and Rolls will be offered at popular prices. We invite you to inspect our plant at 12 Ocean Drive and shop at our RETAIL DEPARTMENT of 1425-A Washington Ave.. Miami Beach Hotels and Restaurants a Specialty %  iiii.inii, iiiiiiiiiimiiiiirtiiiiiitiiiniiiiniiiiiiMiKii iiiimiMiiitimniiiiiiiMHii.iiiiitiiiiiiiiiitiiitt'. there. About fifteen years ago Mr. ed at a bri d S e-luncheon We< Leibovitt came to Miami and retired from business. Since his arday at her home. Mrs. Daniel Cromer, mother of the hostess, and rival in Miami he engaged in miMrs Samue Dre gen mother of merous philanthropic and comtm honored .,„,.,,. aMiste d in enmunal works. He founded the which serviies wire held daily for a number of older folks and rlose friends. Several years ago Mr. Leibovitt he prime mover and organtertaining. Favors were presented guests and decorations were gladioli and row The guestwere Miss Sylvia Williams. Miss Ursula Pearson, Miss Florence Capland. Miss Bes•IM SO NERVOUS I COULD SCREAM I YOU HAVEN'T USED I THAT NERVINE I BOUGHT YOU "^ izer of the Ik-brew Friendly Inn, M( Besvinicki MiM 8ylvia MlH er. which provided Shelter and tood MlM Glady8 MaJ{ MjM g^rtha for worthy Jewish transients. Uebovit Mjs ,-,,.,,,. W all. Miss Prior to the rounding of this orGertrude Slegeli Miss Florence ganization Mr. Leibovitt himself, ( ,^^ l Mj K(|na Wnlk „ wsky aided by friends and contributors, M M r( ne Fan Migs FaV( ,. v provided a fund to take care of (n (M gnd Miga ,,., ulin( Sneldon needy Jewish transients. Services, were held from the home with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Interment was in the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Association sec tion of Woodlawn Cemetery. Surviving Mr. Leibovitt are the widow, Mollie; two sons, Charles of | Miami, and Harry of West Palm Beach, and four daughters, Mrs. Mot and RATS—ROACHES—ANTS WHITMAN EXTERMINATING COPhone 2-3651 13 Years Same Location aeh, and four daughters, Mrs. 19irris C. Hodes, Mrs. Terry Stein |j I Mrs. Louis Hayman, all of Mi. 'U OZ50CIDOCI30 NORTHWEST FURNITURE CO. ami, and Mrs. Joe Perlman of Key j ^ West. At the express direction of Mr. Leibovitt no eulogies were delivered. A. KRONENFELD, Prop. We carry the largest and 9 most complete stock of new and used furniture in Miami. The marriage of Miss Mildred Dreisen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. h 73-79 N. W. 36th St. We purchase all Moore FurniS. Dreisen of this city, and Leo ture Co. used furniture. Berkowitz of New Bedford, Mass., took place last Wednesday in the Green Room of the Hotel Warwick j Q U Phone 2-8356 We Buy, Sell, Exchange and I Rent Furniture for the Season Announcing the Opening of BREGER & EHRLICH KOSHER MEAT AM) POULTRY DEPARTMENT at COOPERS KOSHER MARKET 601 Collins Ave. MIAMI BEACH Carrying a full line of strictly Kosher Western beef, veal and lamb, and the finest fresh killed Tennessee poultry ALL STRICTLY KOSHER mini iiiii.iiiiiiiiHHiiiii iitiiiiiiinii Minn • i 1'M Ill DM MILES -c e nse Nerves Do you feel tense and kcyedup? Do the care of the home and children, the obligation of social or community life, the worry of finances, "get on your nerves"? "NERVES" May spell the difference between happiness and misery for you and your family. If you are Nervous. Sleepless. Irritable, Restless, it may be due to an overwrought nervous condition. If so. you will find Dr. Miles Nervine a real help. Your Druggist has Dr. Miles Nervine both Liquid and Effervescent Tablets. Why not get a bottle or package and start taking It today? Large bottle or package fl.M Small bottle or package -2Z 4 C1 PA.I> ON SAVINGS SINCE • l0 CHARTERED EACH ACCOUNT INSl RED UP TO $5,000 SI.00 Opens an Account ff AND LOAM AStoa/OTOH OF MIAMI J mom.Li*m. Ce.ym&JJldpr otrnmrum Resources Over $1,000,000.00 JOS. II. LIPTON I.EO ROBINSON RUKUS H. DANIEL Presitkvit Chairman of Board Vice-Preaident DO u +M'i*m

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Miami, Fla
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November 27, 1936

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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wJewish Florid fan
Combining The jGWKSlh tlKlitf
" 3&*. QsuxrijtJk. -WjudULy "
Vol. 9No. 48
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDW NOVEMBER 27, 1936
Price Five Cents
Memorial To
Honor Rabbi
A memorial meeting to honor the
memory of the late Rabbi David I.
Roscnbloom of Beth Jacob Congre-
gation will be held next Tuesday
evening. December 1st, at 8:15
o'clock at Beth Jacob Synagogue,
Miami Beach. Mr. Philip Liber-
man, president of the congrega-
tion, will speak briefly and will
Introduce Rabbi Max Shapiro, who
will preside. Rabbi Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan and Rabbi Colman Zwitman
of Temple Israel and Rabbi Abra-
ham A. Kellner of the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation will
eulogize the departed rabbi. Can-
tors Maurice Mamches and Boris
Schlachman will chant appropriate
selections during the evening. Res-
olutions will be presented during
the evening for adoption by the
meeting. The public is urged to
attend. No collections of any kind
will be made.
Bnai Brith Lodge Zionists Plan
Children To
Names Officers
Member Drive
At the meeting of the local Bnai
Brith Lodge held Tuesday evening
Dr. Frank Coret as chairman of
the nominating committee present-
ed recommendations of the com-
mittee for five officers for the
coming year. Unanimously nomi-
nated and elected because of no
opposition are: Nathan Adelmar.,
president; Klry Stone, vice presi-
dent; Milton A. Friedman, sec-
retary; I. Levin, monitor; M. I..
Marcus, assistant monitor; R. R.
Adler, warden; for a two-year
term as trustee. Dr. Frank Coret.
For the office of treasurer, ffm,
Friedman, the incumbent, will be
opposed by Mr. Benj. LeVine; and
for the three-year term as trustee,
Ben. LeVine will be opposed by
George Feuer. Elections will be
held the first meeting in Decem-
ber.
Strictly
Aid Discovery Confidential
Rabbi Kellner
Begins Services
The first of the late Friday eve-
ning services at the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation will begin
Friday, November 27th, at 8:30 p.
m., when Rabbi Abraham A. Kell-
ner, recently elected spiritual head
of the congregation, will speak on
"Blessings Through Adversity."
Following the sermon a 15-minute
period will be devoted to general
questions and answers regarding
.lewish laws and customs or prob-
lems of the present time. The
Ladies' Auxiliary will be hosts to
worshipers immediately after the
services at a reception in the ves-
try rooms of the congregation to
greet Rabbi and Mrs. Kellner. The
public is invited to attend.
Polish Primate
Condemns Acts
New York (WN'S) The eight
days of Chanukah, December 9th
to 16th, have been set aside by the
Zionist Organization of America
for a nati Hi-wide membership
dive dedicated lo Justice Louis D.
i Brande s in honor of his 80th birth-
1 day. ac irding to an nnnounco-
luent by Dr. Stephen S. Wise, pres-
ident of the /.. O. !IA. Designed to
i be the most far-reaching enroll -
; ment effort undertaken by the
< Zionist movement in this country
since 1918, the drive has received
the approval of Justice Brandcis.
whose photograph will appear on
every membership card issued to
Zionists during the coming year.
The drive will be known as the
"Brandeis membership campaign".
In announcing the drive, Dr. Wise
reminded American Jewry of Jus-
tice Brandeis' own words: "Organ,
ize, organize, organize until
every Jew in America stands up
and is counted counted with us
or proves himself, wittingly or
unwittingly, of the few who are
against their own people."
Cincinnati (WNS) -~ Children i,i
Sunday schools of congregations
affiliated with the Union of Amer-
ican Hebrew Congregations will be
asked to raise a sum of $:i,000 to
finance the excavation of Kadesh
Barnea, scene of the Israelites' so-
journ in Sinai after the exodus
from Egypt, according to an an-
nouncement by the Union. Dr.
Nelson C.leuck of the Hebrew
Union College and director of the
American School of Oriental Re-
search in Jerusalem, who has
found I he spot which he believes
is identifiable with Kadesh Bar-
nea. will do the excavating. The
Sunday school children, who will
be asked to contribute ten cents
each, will be kept informed of the
progress of the work by means of
slides and talks to be prepared by
the Union's commission on Jewish
education.
Tidbit! From Everywhere
Cemetery Heads
To Assume Duty
What promises to be one of the
outstanding events of tin season
is the installation banquet of the
Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery
Association next Sunday evening,
November 29th, at 7:30 o'clock
sharp at Gorklein's Dairy and Veg-
etarian Restaurant, 920 Washing-
ton ave., Miami Beach. Recently
elected officers of the organization
will be formally installed and a
gala program of entertainment will
be presented. Rabbi Max Shapiro
of Beth David Congregation and
Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion will deliver addresses in ad-
dition to brief words of greeting
from officers of affiliated insti-
tutions. Cantors Boris Schlachman
and Maurice Mamches will be heard
in a number of liturgical selections
in addition to other singers. Ad-
mission is seventy-five cents per
plate and reservations may be
made by calling Mr. H. M. Dre-
vich at 6 S. W. Second ave., or
phoning 2-3274. The public is in-
vited to attend.
Kingston, Canada Cardinal
Hlond, Archbishop of Gnesen-Po-
I sen and primate of Poland, has
I warned the people of I
j against anti-Semitic Idea:
|ed from Germany, according lo the
| Canadian Freeman, a Catho! c or-
' gan.
"I warn you," he declared in a
pastoral letter recently
"against those false ethics import-
ed to us from abroad that show a
distinctly anti-Semitic atti
This is Incompatible with rath "
ethics. It is certainly allowed
love your country mole, bul il
not permitted to hat.' anyl
Jews included.
"As to business relations, it is
not wrong to give the preference
to your own. to avoid Jewish
and Jewish stalls on the market
place; but it is absolutely f(
den to demolish Jewish shops, to
destroy Jewish merchandise, I
break their windows, or to throw
explosives into their homes.
"It is quite inadmissable to at-
tack, beat, wound and calumniate
the Jews. In the Jew, too, we are
to respect and to love the man,
our fellow creature, and whenever
God's grace enlightens the Jew,
who sincerely goes to our Messiah
and his, let us welcome him joy-
fully in the Christian ranks.
"Beware of those who foster an-
ti-Jewish riots. They serve a bad
cause. Do you know who com-
mands them? Do you know who
is interested in those riots? The
good cause certainly will not gain
anything by these inconsiderate
deeds, and the blood shed, more
than once, has been Polish blood."
New Orleans (WNS) Mark
Levy of Chicago was rcelertod
treasurer of the National Associa-
tion of Real E ... Boar Is For
rm at the
:, ,. ami it i
Former Anti-Semite Opposes
Warsaw (WNS) A great stir
has been created here by M. Grab-
ski, former cabinet minister of one
of the leaders of the first anti-
Semitic party in Pound, because
of a speech in which he utterly
assailed the government's policy
A' seeking to solve the Jewish
n :>. Jewish en

Flag Day Will
Be Observed
As the Britisl
began its session in Jerusalem to
investigate the fundi causes
of the recent disturbances. U. S.
Zionists prepared for the 28rd an
nual observance of Zion Flag Day.
A volunteer corps of scores of
thousands of young men and wom-
en will canvass Jewish communi-
ties throughout the nation Satur-
day evening, December 5th, and a;l
day Sunday, December <>th, to raise
contributions to the Jewish Na-
tional Fund for a new advance in
Palestine land redemption. Minia- I
of 'he blue
emblem will be of-i
\ i ed to in of
interest and Bupport Tor th
Pa :: h
property of the |
Takii .I...- m lie i ur-
age and determination dis]
pioneers who. for six
months, worked during the day ami
stood guard at night like Un-
armed Shomer in the picture above;
a scene photographed in the Jew-
ish National Fund colony at Gin-
egar, Palestine), Jewish National
Fund volunteers will, on Zion Flag
Day, approach the American Jew-
ish public with the slogan: "They
kept high the flag of Jewish hope;
we must do likewise!"
By PH1NEAS J. BIRON
Transatlantic
Anti-Naai groups in Latin Amer-
ica are jubilant over the coming
visit of President Roosevelt to Ar-
gentina and Brazil Although
F. I). R.'s primary objective in go-
ing to South America is to open the
Pan-American peace conference, he
will also try to cut the ground
from under Nazi and Fascist prop-
aganda in Latin America .
Pierre Van Paassen, ace foreign
correspondent and Seven Arts staff
writer, is due in the United States
on December 2nd His bag of
exposes on Spain, Germany, Pal-
estine and F. thiopia contains dyna-
m te Incidentally, it is rumored
that Pierre's connection with tho
Toronto Star and the Star Syndi-
cate was severed because his ho>ses
objected to his militant anti-Fas-
cisl tone Margarita Sarfati,
Mussolini's secretary and close ad-
vi.-er, is telling people sin's a Ro-
man Catholic when Roman insiders
know she's a Jewess The series
oi" agreements between Germany,
Italy. Japan and Other Fascist pow-
ers explain the sudden appearance
of anti-Semitism in Italy and the
Par Easl Don't !" surprised it"
Poland and Germany break offdip-
ic relations I efore the year
oul ... Dutch libi rals are per-
turbed over the Nazi connections
of nee Bernhard of Lippe-Bies-
I, who will marry Crown
, a of Holland in
. Before leaving Ger-
:> i i: e had a confiden-
..... with Hitler Bal-
Hi tico's li ading mu-
due in the United
for a lecture
ire.
nn l!i ink
mention it,
Schumann-
mother and a
. Him- moth-
er The
i d proudly
, of the art-
mu 'i of my deep
and t no fire that
ls iii we to my little old
(lod rest her
. rwo of Mine. Schumann-
i Jewish girls
. ;s a militant supporter
0 tl anl Nazi boycott Two
yea igo ipi eared at a con-
the benefit of the Non-
\ \a/i League .
eived a I reim ndoua ovation
.,: ,.. .',ie :. I he would sing
i ,. on, Nazi- threat-
her i fe And, incident-
a \. she was not born in Germany,
but in what is now Czechoslovakia.
Nazi Huggies
Erich Rix. Christian German
refugee, in Detroit to address
Deutsch Amerikanischer Kultur-
verband (German-American Cul-
ture League). anti-Nazi German
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, November 27
1936
ing O
lax Shapiro will preach at
Friday evening service- at
Sj nag tonight at
ck on "American Thank=-
Ul What Se:.-- "'" I
will chant tin
. Beth David Choir,
-reed to .'
- i a; begin at

SOCIETY K>
M Beach. Th
,.-:end.
o<
public
Max Hoffm enter-
tain on Saturday No-
Mr. ai : Mrs. I-aac Levin, promi-
nent in the civic and communal
work of Gr. ater Miami, will be at
home many fr:ends on
Sunday evening, November 29th,
>o<------->o<
|i nt of the order,
class initiation of more than two
hundred and fifty members ob-
tained by the membership cam-
paign committee headed by E. Al-
>0 on his guitar, and Fay Bach, Son-
Pi n>' Lynne, Dolly Selby and Joe Tei-
| tel in vocal selections, and a mon-
5 j ologue by Audrew Cutler were
0 heard. Tryouts for the play will
be hed Thursday evening, Decem-
, ber 3rd, at 8 o'clock at Beth Da-
AI vid Talmud Torah Hall. Al! in-
terested in this work are invited
to attend.
thi gala i .
of the local Zionist Distri :. I
:. Monday evening, Deo
Mr. and Mrs. Sj li j Pepper
one of the most active of w Beach. Games will
a- "Zi ing the afternoon and
and Justice Brandeis"; an addres eshmenti will m
by Detective Sergeant Ed Melchen ...
I ity :' Miami police, who Manv
28tl at her hen- 1520 S. fi : 8 to 'clock at their home, bert I'allot, will be one- of the fea-
W. "th celebration of the 430 N. E. 29th st, :n celebration tures of the meeting. A banquet
irthday of her granddaugh- of their twenty-fifth wedding an- will be held the second day of the
Be' ;. Peppi r, daugh-
A regular meeting of the Nation.
al Council of Jewish Juniors will
be held at Beth David Talmud To-
rah Hall Wednesday evening, De-
visitors were
ted from Germany b;, MUi v.vienne Jacobs, hospital- the Council of Jewish Women, of columns.
ibject will be "My Ob- jt chairman, at the regular meet- Temple Israel, one of the active
serrations in Germany From an jng 0f junior Hadassah last Mon-
im] int." Mr. I- night.
eer Miamian, will | .x ghapiro was guest
FoUowing the fcrt-.al par: ox speaker for the evening. -Justice
the meet r.g a brief bus:: :- Brandeis," being the subject of his
- held under the chair- 0 ;... (;race Berg en-
I f Rabbi Max Shapiro, tertained with two readings, one
lent of the lo
mversarv Mr. Levin is vice presi- conl Some of the outstand-j cember 2nd. at which time impor-
dent of Temple Israel, president of ing orators and communal work-, tant matters will be acted on. AH
the local Bnai Brith Lodge, an of- ers of the United States will be members are urged to attend,
ficer .!. wish Welfare Bu- heard during the class initiation ...
reau. and active in many other and banquet. The meeting will be The annual Chanuka party of the
c vie and communal organizations, held on January 22 and 23. Full I Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami
introduced Mrs. Levin is a past president of details will appear shortly in these Jewish Orthodox Congregation will
be held on Sunday evening, Decem-
ber 13th, at the clubrooms of the
Young Men's Hebrew Association,
beginning at 8 o'clock. Latkes and
officer- at the Parent-Teacher As- Beth David Congregation is
sociation of Florida and recognized sponsoring a Chanuka dance and
..- one of the outstanding Jewish festiva
women in the entire state. Bnai
Brith will be officially represent-
ed at the celebrat:on by :.
at the Royal Palm Club other specially prepared
trict, foi : pur] f elect
the coming year
puK fed to attend this n
|

eting t
I f Directors f the M
mittee con.-i.-tins: of Dr. Jacob II.
from "Dav I erfield" and the Kaplan. Henry Nadelweiss, Nathan
entitled "The I.. Adelman. Eli y Stone and Dr.
ted Miss Syl- Frai All friends are asked
to attend. No cards will be is-
sued.
Rost .".. Misi I Safer and
holiday
on Sunday evening, December 13, goodies will be provided. This is
beginning at '.' "'clock. The pro- an annual event which always at-
gram includes a vaudeville pro- tracts a very large crowd. Enter-
gram and other novelty entertain- tainment will be provided and cards
ment in addition to the usual floor will be played. Hostesses are Mes.
show. The public i- urged to at-, dames I. Rosengarten, Jack Hirsch,
- Aud Cutler as members
ittee. Mist
:nan. membership
i Miami Beach, an-
eption
m .
At a meeting 01 the National
Council of Jewish Juniors, held last
Tuesday evening, the "Council
Moe Pallot and J. L. Shochet.
Final Max P.;. I .
I"-* M ix Mintzei Bu
:. .
Kellm .''. A k Iman, B. Chertk
Max Mint: i M<
Fai E. Albert
Pali Dri vi h. Si i
::< J. L. S
s
Kai
Mr. A. K lent ol
We I-
for Tails I i
ighter Jea
ate College
R. R. Adler, Wm. fashioned melodrama this winter.
I Iman and J. Louis Shoche
all Grand Lodg
- part of the ing and pre] scenery and sim-
- will attend headed ilar work were received. After
luding the fon gr a program was
the Hoi 111 I M. Cohei Santora
The
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Washington at 10th St. {]
.MIAMI BEACH i\'
70 Rooms, Each With BathPi
Radio in Every Room ft
Steam Heated
Volunteer! the group in jl Readv for Occupancy About P
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...... I
Reservations Now Accepted %
M. ROSNER, Mgr. I
en. He was i I_______
B. Ch rtkoff and H. M. D
Mr. and
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the University of Fl
Thanksgiving holi i
ai '. ;; S E
a '
Mr. and Mrs
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iti nal i .. ;il : '
isl W mei eeta
leth David S
Rabl : Max S i condu.Ii g
.
B : Moses. The public is
: to attend these meet
nil at 10

Goldberg ar.'. Biscayne
y the local
of 11 Work : cle on
Sunday evening. De
tenth
rsary, A gala program of
eiitertainn- of '.:.-
j will
l>e presented during the evening.
Reservations may be made with
Speaking cl member of the organization.
sored by the Seni ha]
A Yiddish play i.- be -
Nat: 'nal Council of Jewish We-
rner, under the direction of Mrs.
i Weil -: n will meet on Fri-
November 27th, at 2 p. m.
.v. .ck. a: the home of Mrs. Mor-
ris Ru 2861 Pine Tree drive.
Arnold Authentics
Women's Shoes
u75
10
Cla
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for active
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Sun.-Mon.. Nov. 2!-30
Joe E. Brown
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SUNS O" GUNS
red at the Temple Theatre on
lary 17th. at 8:15 p. m. o'clock
the Miami branch of the Work.
men's Circle. Full details of this
event will be published shortl;

Mr. Max Wiesen of New York.
rator "f the famous Sheeps-
hi ad Bakers of that city for eight
years, announce- the opening of a
modem sanitary bakery at 12
Ocean dr.. Miami Beach, to be
wn as the "Brooklyn Baker-."
A branch store will be operated at
I;_'." Washington ave., Miami
Beach. With more than 25 v
of experience, only the fii
ads, caket .- wil
iuced at the newl; i
ernly equipped ihi
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Office Supplies and Furniture
Desks, Chairs, Piles, Printing
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and onlooker sports!
They're designed with a keen style
sense practically irresistible to the
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them rated high on almost ever}
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Friday, November 27, 1936
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FRIDAY NOVEMBER Vol. 9No. 48 27. 1936
Golden Jubilee
Some weeks ago that excellent
thinkei and stylist, Joseph Wood
Krutch, inquired in a brief series
of articles in the Nation into the
present status of liberalism. He
found that the cry raised in va-
rious quarters to the effect that
liberalism is dead is far more noisy
than truthful. He had just re-
turned from Europe, where he had
interviewed a number of people on
ihat point and had found not only
that veteran liberals like Bertraml
Russell were more convinced of the
truth and necessity of their atti-
tudes than ever, but that men of
pronouncedly leftist leanings, like
the French novelist. Andre Mal-
raux, affirmed all the ends of lib-
eralism, though they were prepared
| to employ means toward the at-
tainment of these ends, which, ac-
I cording to Krutch, would endanger
t the very ends they were supposed
to bring about.
Since those articles were written,
moreover, we have had in our coun-
try an overwhelming proof of the
vitality of the liberulislic and dem-
ocratic tradition anil way of life.
Whatever secondary causes con-
tributed l" the huge majorities by
Roosevelt was
in the early renaissance. Their
striving has at best succeeded only
most imperfectly. Again and again
blank obscurantists have resisted
them; again and again the undue
concentration of power in too few
handswhether the name or meth-
od of that power was military or
', agrarian or industrialhas defeat..
I ed them as they are once more de.
feated in Italy and Germany and
I Poland and at least temporarily
and under another guise in Russia
today. But ever again and again
free men have arisen to save free-
dom, which is the indispensable
condition of the continuance of that
process which we call civilization.
And on November .'i, 1986, the ma-
jority of a great nation rose once
more in defense of the good old
cause, the cause of Amos of the
Deuteronomist, of the leaders of
the "fierce democracies" of Greece,
of the early republicans of Rome,
of John Milton and of Thomas Jef-
ferson,
Jews are liberals. Jews are lib-
Plain Talk
Thanks Offering
at this
By AL SEGAL
I am quite grateful
Thanksgiving time. One thing I
am grateful for is that my father
had the good sense to migrate to
America. So grateful I am on this
particular Thanksgiving that I
should like to set a bronze tablet
on the aquarium at the Battery in
New York, for there he lande.l
when it was the immigrant station
called Castle Garden.
On the tablet I would inscribe
these glowing words:
To My Father
Whose Wisdom and Courage
Brought Him to This Door
And Made It Possible for Me to
Escape a European Doom
You see, I am feeling very pa-
triotic from looking at recent
events. Indeed, my emotions are
The Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Yeshiva and Yeshtva College
is now celebrating its golden jubilee. For half a century this
famous center of Jewish learning in America has been the
spiritual and cultural backbone of Orthodox Judaism. From
a one-room parochial school on New York's Fast Side it has I whicT"p7esident
grown into a magnificent institution that has reared a gen- pl 1(at.k jntii offi (hei.(, c.m
eration of Jewish scholars and a Jewish laity steeped in the ,,e ,, (||)U|)l bu, that ;m lmpe|lln
best of our traditions. No longer merely a rabbmica sem- motiv(. whj(.h |m,1]M(| togethei. in
inary. the Yeshiva now boasts the world s first and only COl-jMr K()OSl.vl., s >U|)|mr, ,lbei.alll
lege of liberal arts and sciences under Jewish auspices. |a Bhadin|fg professional people
In these critical davs when the Jewish people are under'"1 "" kids, the workers in a solid
attack everywhere the "preservation of our cultural heritage mass, members of cultural minor-
is of primary importance. If we permit such institutions as|> groups, was their belief that
the Yeshiva to be impaired we are undermining the life-line Mr. Roosevelt himself is a thor-
of the Jewish people. It is imperative that American Jewry toughgoing liberal and libertarian
rally to the support of this celebrated center of Jewish learn r""1 that <"! him and his admin-
Ins. Jewish learning is not circumscribed by sectarian or, lsllt"' the classical liberties and
theological differences. The Yeshiva belongs to American tolerances of civilized mankind
Jewry as a whole, not merely to Orthodox Jewry. It is un-|wouW Im sav"1
fortunate that the Yeshiva does not have the generous en-J l,'t ,tl)eat tht phrase: the
dowments vouchsafed to the Hebrew Union College and the ctaaafcsj liberties and tokrances;
Jewish Theological Seminary. This fiftieth anniversary cel-
ebration would be a timely occasion for some of our Jewish
philanthropists to come to the aid of the Yeshiva and its col-
lege of liberal arts and sciences.
the same as my great-great-great,
erals for two reasons which cor-1 etc. Uncle Gamaliel's were at the
respond to the two great divisions time he was privileged to see the
I of Jewish history. The first rea- Jews of Shushan delivered and Ha-
on why Jews are liberals is be- man hanged instead. .My Uncle
I cause in the course of our (level- Gamaliel stood at the hanging no
opment as a nation in our ancient farther than from here to there,
homeland we invented liberalism. He was not a bloodthirsty man in
The codes in Leviticus and Deuter- the least and, in fact he was quite
onomy contain for the first time! sorry to see Haman hanging on
in human history so far as the re;-- the highest gallows in Shushan. He
ords go explicitly or implicitly all covered his eyes against the horrid
the principles which have since sight and yet inwardly felt an im-
been adhered to and fought for by mense satisfaction to think that
the proponents of human freedom sometimes things do turn out well
and human dignity everywhere in for Jews.
the world. Our ancient codes de- Therefore, he took up celebrat-
maild the limitation of state sov- ing 1'urim with a whole heart, even
creignty, equality of men before though he never did quite get over
i he law. tolerance of minorities being sorry that one so powerful
(gerim), protection of workers and as Haman came to such a miser-
wage earners, the special concern able end.
In the same compassionate spirit
I am celebrating Thanksgiving,
MIAMI
For one of the most vicious of
contemporary fallacies is the fal-
lacy that civil and religious lib-
erty are a by-product of modern
industrialism. Wherever and when-
ever men have awakened from bar.
whom were: Miss Sylvia Roth, baric stupor they have striven after
Miss Ray Roth and Miss Sylvia liberty and hoped for tolerance,
Mack, all of Hollywood, Cal.; Miss
Millicent Hope, Massachusetts;
first in Judea, next in Greece, later
in early Roman republic, again at
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
disbanded Tuesday night, Decem-
ber 1st, so as to allow the mem-
bers to participate in the memorial
services for the late Rabbi David
Rose Puchkoff, New York; Mrs. j the end of many darker centuries
Rose Weintraub of Florida, Miss
Evelyn I.ansky of New York, Miss
Sylvia Kolnick, New York, and
Miss Clara Ronnin, also of the Jew-
ish state of New York. Miss Thel-
ma Groper was awarded a beauti-
ful cocktail set as one of the prizes I- Rosenbloom. to be held at Beth
ami Miss Ida Engler won herself Jacob Congregation.
a handsome companion by the | --------
______ ,n..me of Mr. Max Feldman. of. This past Monday the Junior Di-
Last Friday the Women's Divi- whom you folks will hear more vision played host to many old and
sion held their annual Sabbath later, when he returns from a hur-! new members who are visiting
services at Beth David Synagogue, ried trip from Detroit, Mich. from their respective schools of
Members who, learning during the Thanksgiving
participated were Plans for holding a joint instal- holidays. Among the visitors were
Mrs. Sam Shan- lat on of the officers of the Y. M. Myron Markowitz, Leonard Tobin.
del, president; Ida and Y. W. H. A. are well under Hen Seitiin and many others whose
Engler, Dorothy way with the date selected being I names escaped me.
Bender, Bea Sil- Sunday. December tith, at the Ala- Schedule of Events
ver Eleanor Ru- mac Hotel. .Make your reserva-; Monday, November :10Junior
l.n' and Clara lions now by calling Boris Schlach- division meeting and program.
of individuals and society for the
bereft and the unfortunate. These
codes establish once and for all joyous to observe that it can't hap-
the primacy of a humane ethic, an pen here and yet philosophically
Other-regarding ethic, as the nee- melancholy to see the great mouth
essary motivation of a good society of Father Coughlin closed. I look
and make the individual, and there- at the silent mouth (which Father
fore the free man and the free per. I Coughlin has just announced he
sonality, the responsible bearer of will keep closed for good) and con.
such a society. These three-thou- aider what flames it spewed a lit-
sand-year-old codes bear every ev- : tie while ago to consume me.
idence of a very bad conscience Its hot breath swept into my liv-
about both war and robberythe j ing room from my radio set and I
bad conscience that contemporary ; trembled even as my Uncle Gama-
dictators have not even reached, liel did in the time of Haman. And
No wonder that Jews are liberals as he did then, I sighed, "What's
and pacifists. to become of us?"
The second reason why Jews are But even as I was about to be
liberals corresponds to the second devoured by the fire from Father
! phase of their history, that of dias- Coughlin's mouth, his furnace went
pora. For nearly two millenia we I out "Oh, another piece of tur-
have lived as minorities among ma-1 key, my dear. White meat, please"
jorities. Hence our only hope of
peace, life, security, depended upon
the. measures of liberalism, of free-
dom and tolerance in the societies
in which we lived. Absolutist or
totalitarian states ruined us; fierce
and intolerant orthodoxies amid the
all-powerful majority ruined us;
war ruined us. These processes and
their repercussions upon our fate
have never varied by an iota, not
by the breadth of a hair all through
the ages from the oppressive meas-
ures that set in after the accession
of the Emperor Constantine to the'
Germany of 1983.
. Such is the way of the Lord,
(Continued on Page 5)
rendered inoperative, there knowl-
edge sickened and died. Wherever
and whenever the principles of in-
dividual and social morality which
th Jews originated were rendered
inoperative, there freedom and tol-
erance and goodness sickened and
died. Jewish liberalism, in other
words, is not a doctrine and a
measure of defense, but a measure
of redemption from recurrent bar-
barism for all mankind. The spirit
I of disinterested inquiry into truth
Now if the Jews were liberals was originated by the Greeks, but
only for the second reason and
only out of the cold necessities of
their situation as a diaspora people
serves all mankind. The spirit of
liberalism was originated by the
Jews, but also serves all mankind.
Tuesday. December I -Memorial
services for Rabbi Rosenbloom. to
be held at the Beth Jacob Congro-
gation on Miami Beach, starting
at K p. m.
Wednesday, December 8Y. M.
II. A. general meeting anil pro-
gram.
Thursday. December ."!Boy
Scout meeting.
together. Bunco shpillers from all I Saturday and SundayOpen
parts of the U. S. attended, among All activities of the "Y" will be house to all members and friends.
Rownnin. Rabbi man al 2-9659.
Max Shapiro stressed the impor- I --------
tance of co-operation between the t1k, y M H A ba8ketball u.am
various organizations and the syn- ^ ^^ temporarily forme() wiln
agogues. thfi aJd (lf M|. gam Borstein. Here
Through the fine co-operation is the list of players to date: Louis
of Mrs. Jules Wilson a very sue- Shapiro, Mushy Beckerman, I.ou
cessful bunco party took place at Fishman, Bernio Frank. Ralph
the women's Tuesday night get- Grossman and Hy Sachs.
it might, however speciously, have j Hence it is evident on all counts
been argued that they are liberals j that Jewsunwarped. uncrippled,
only to save their skin. But since | whole and sanemust be liberals
they invented liberalism and first and of their very nature the pro-
declared its principles among men poncnis of liberty and peace. We
and took with them into their long are today a fairly numerous people
'exile those great elaborations of. and a people hard beset and it is
and commentaries on those very no wonder that w I h ive abnormal
principles, it is evident that the lib-1 fringes, whether Revisionist or
eralism of the Jewish people lies Communist, But we are the clas-
much deeper than their need of its sical liberals and libertarians and
protection. Let OS put it this way. by the cause of liberalism we stand
Wherever and whenever in the or fall.
world the principles of free inquiry (Copyright, L986, by Seven Arts
which the Greeks originated were! Feature Syndicate)


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, November 27, 19:
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TEMPLE ISRAEL
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137 N. E. 19th St.
Office Phone 2-7745
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\,,,i .: n-ely i a n cogn tion i f
,l. ;.' an I I i neficial work i
1(j DJ sistei hoods to the inte
ml also as a
traditional tribute t i the "E
0{ the J wish family,
Si ibath been
, laim id b; the 1 nion t Vmi
,... Coi al
coming Sabbath.
In our Templi
this i will be marked
ice conducted by th?
I lowing members of our Sister-
h.....i: Mrs. Frank A. Perlman,
lirman; Mr Henry Bulbin, Mrs.
I. 0na Levin, Mrs. Herbert A. Si
. Mrs. Leon Stein.
A iocial hour will follow thi
vice, and refreshments will 1"'
en I. Services begin promptly
;15 p. m.
manship of Benj. W. Slote, Herman
Wall and Victor Miller, we would
like t remind all prospective mem-
bers that membership in Temple
Israel ..... you the opportunity to
.,.., ] yoursel! of .-ill the following
religious, cultural and social activ-
The regular meeting of the Jun-
ior Jewish Organisation was held
recently in the Jacksonville Jew-
ish Center.
Herbert Hani-, president, pre-
sided. The club gave a Thanksgiv-
basket I" a needy family.
Beginning this week there will
be two hosts oi hostesses in charge
,,f the i >freshments for each week.
Benn> Setzer and Irvin Paul will
act as hosts. In addition Mrs.
Jeannctto Harris, sponsor, and
I luiUon j 0ur Religiou. M Peggy Schemer will present
Sundaj for
a I
in
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
our Religious school last Sunday
morn ng inaugurated a series oi
class | rograms. The pro-ram pre-
d by Mrs. Seligman's cla is in
the form of "a day in class spent
in review" had the following par-
ticipants: Barbara Meyer, Doi
Kobley, Marjorie Fisher, Henry
Hi,,nner, Regina Loveman, 3
n m, Freeman Nevins, Fay
harl< Rubin,
ithdaj ; la,,
ol Ba
M, y Albert Wi
nn.
I rayer is vend by
Barb: an I the i irvice
lucted by Betty Liebling. The
. ime from cla
.. l- n diate departi
he high- i ndan e
ol '!' '
ment.
your a program. Misses Ann Feinber
and Irene Kristle were appointed
by the president to present a pro-
cram on December 1.
Max Kristle gave interesting
of the Jewish people. Miss
Minnie Fcinberg gave a reading
i.....ks on Jew-1 prior to the adjournment.
: Florida.
A Thanksgiving ball was given
by the Daughters of Israel on
day night at the Jacksonville
Jewish Center.
Plans for the ball wen in charge
of the committee on arrangements,
, membership .hive begins on of which Mrs. H. Setzer was gen-
v evening, November 80th. eral chairman.
Blessed is He who. Mrs. M. Wexler and Miss Ethel G. Rosenberg
cometh into the midst of Israel. int chairmen for the re- vited to atten.
fi-cshmcnts, Berved Dutch and Eng-
0_ cv\l--R\l '' American type- of Thanksgiv-
"r,i o ing dishes at the midnight supper.
on
childn n.
>, Free tuition in our Hebrew
, ,,n Thursday aftcrnoi i
ck.
;j |',, ., ,. of our Jewish li-
the largest col
if Knglisl
s, in tin
I, Free classes for adulti
Monda> evenings.
;,. Fi i; c.....i "- f"'
lowed by a social hour.
,;. Sistei hood acth itie ai
ial affairs.
\li M iam Leibovitl enter-
tained Sunday afternoon at a tea
al her home, honoring her sister,
Miss Paulyne Leibovits, whose en-
gagement to Sol Fleischman was
recently announced. Guests called
between the hours of 3 and 5 and
were greeted by Mrs. M. Leibo-
viiz. Mrs. M. G. Rosenberg, Mrs.
Joseph Fleischman, Mrs. S. Simo-
vitz. Misses Miriam and Paulyne
Leibovitz. A stringed quartet fur-
nished a program of music during
lling hours. About ''.ii guests
called.
formerly of Los Angeles, and will
hold their rehearsals every Wednes-
day evening at 8 o'clock. All those
playing string or wind instruments
are invited to join.
ALVIN WALDER
Mrs. Joseph Wold and Mrs. Les-
ter Shear entertained at a formal
dinner party at the Tampa Terrace
Hotel last Wednesday evening,
honoring Mr. and Mrs. Paul Shear,
the fi rmer Miss Sara Hecht.
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Y. M. II- \. Notes
The first public forum of the
season will be held in the audito-
rium on Sunday evening, Novem-i
ber 29th, at 8 o'clock. The sub-]*
will be Bionism, pro and eon.
The principal speakers will he
Kahhi 11. L. Zielonka and Morris
The public is in-
1233 N. E. 2ND AVK.
A complete line of
Auto and House
RADIOS
Easy Terms
Small Down Payments
The V. M. II
been organized
, A. orchestra has
by Mr. II. Griff,
MEMBERSHIP
I i injunction with the member-
,. about to be undertaken
by our Temple, under the chair-

"Sons O' Guns," Joe B. Brown's
... |j frolic, based on the hila-
,,. |; :, | ..;ly musical hit, opens
.,, ,,,. Seventh Avenue Theatre
lay.
Besidi the mirth stirring an-
tics of the wide-moutl Bdian,
the picture Is Bpiced with the fa-
moUfl martial airs of the original
,,,. play, v. th tuneful new sonjrs,
sung by Joe E.t Joan Blondell, Win-
Ifred Shai i I the Chambers
Chorus, and ri itous dance numl
., Bti ged by the famous musical
comedy producer, Bobby Connolly.
Tbe ,,i:, ,. a rollicking comedy
romance dealing with the humor-
ous side of doughboy life m
France during the World War. I he
Congratulations! Anticipating
the success of our membership
we wish to announce tl
of the first new member into
mj,l t. His name is Stephen
:, in. II parents
Mr. and Mr & Max Gold
is one week horn
Temple alendar
Sisterhood bridge, Deceml
[i ;>;. at I h mi of Mrs. J. A.
Rich!
i | -: in Jutlai: m Mon
nings at 8 o'
Children', Choir Tuesday cve-
: njng at .y o'clock.
rcw Classes Thursdaj i
ernoon at 1 o'clock.
Temple Board > '' ;i' (,a>'
, ingl cember 1st, at B o'. I
AH board members are urged to
attend. Mr. D. J. Apte, who has
just returned from a trip to Ru.
ope. will address the hoard.
picture is said to be most i
and picturesque, and lavish in pr >-
duction value,, staged with mon
elaborateness than any previous
Joe E. Brown comedy.
Miss Blondell, Miss Shaw and
Beverly Roberts arc Joe's three
war-time sweethearts, while others
in the east include Eric Blore, Craig
Reynolds, Joseph King, Robert
Barrat, G. P. Huntley, Jr., and
Fiank Mitchell.
Oraginal Thanksgiving decorations
and costuming wen- handled by
Mrs. N. V. tiros.- and Mrs. 1 <
come.
The regular meeting of Senior
.IIVS, .\. i. uivsa .ion .'.......- | ne rcgumi iiu<-oiik \>l ^v-.... w
Becker. Proceeds will be u Hadassah Chapter was held recent-m
continue the work of the Hebrew ;v. Mr-. N. F. Cohen presiding. The IO*
school, or Talmud Torah, of th.- meeting was well attended and the
The Only Strictly
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Mrs. D. Rabinovich
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853 5th Avenue. South
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onville Jewish Center.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Moed an-
,. lunce tiie engagement of tl
tcr, Ruth, to Sam M
Mrs. Ni ttye Michelson. I ie
. will take place in the
firing, the date
o.| later.
Mi-. Mich.-: .n. formerly of
Cleveland, Ohio, has made his home
in Jacksonville for sevi
Members of the Jackso
Jun or Hada sah chapter who at-
u nded the state meeting in Tamoa
recently were: Mises Mollye Miz-
rahi, Bertha Saul, Ruth Moed.
Ruth Davis, Miriam Carlton, Lena
Baiter, r'l irence Schevitz, Editl
lA-iliovitz and Mrs. Edd Harris.
Mi^-s Molly,- Mizrahi, president
. Jacksonville unit, rave help-
ful suggest oils to the new Tampa
-.nit and her talks were very Wel-
hrough Tuesday, with special
: mances givi n for men and
sv..men.
made by the various chair-
men were interesting. Mrs. Cohen,
who al he national conven-
tion as a delegate from the local
,\ e a report of the con-
vent ion.
Mrs. Sa Ki ewitz gave a re-
I ,,ri eld recently and
thanked all who werked to make
the dance a SUCCC
Harry Kat/.'s report of the
: showed tin -
fair was successful and a substan-
tial sum realized.
Mrs. Joseph M. Glickstein, sew-
an, asked for volunteers
for sc a .eius to he supplied
to the hospitals and refugees of
-ii- anl several members re-
sponded.
(hi her report for current ov.
\| -. Jack Bccl touched on va-
rious phases the daily life and
work of t" lay in Palestine.
'1 I next mi et ing m ill be held
t h< second Wedi I lecember
2:30 o'i lock, instead of ''. as
on .
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Friday, November 27, 1936
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Society
aoi
Milton Breger and Sam Ehrlich,
well known in the kosher butcher
business in New York City for
more than seventeen years, an-
nounce the opening of a modern
kosher meat and poultry market
at Cooper's Kosher Market, 601
Collins ave., Miami Beach, at the
corner of Sixth St., under the firm
name of Breger and Ehrlich. A
complete line of finest Western
beef, veal and lamb and the fin-
est of Tennessee poultry, all strict-
ly kosher, will be provided for the
discriminating housewife. An in-
vitation is extended to the general
public to visit this new market.

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gilbert are
the proud parents of a baby girl,
'v>rn Friday, November 20th, 1936,
, the Victoria Hospital.

A membership tea will be given
by the Senior chapter of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women on
Wednesday, December 2d, at the
Mayflower Hotel, Miami Beach.
Mrs. Elry Stone, chairman, reports
that a large number of new mem-
bers will be presented at the meet-
ing. A splendid program of enter-
tainment is being planned. All
members and non-members are ex-
tended a cordial invitation to at-
tend.

The announcement has been
made that Garnett Andrews, as-!
sistant manager of the Seminolej
Hotel in Jacksonville, Florida, will, j
on December 1st, assume the man- j
agership of the Seminole. Roy
McCombs, who has been connected
with this hotel for a number of:
years, will, at the same time, be
promoted to the position of assist-
ant manager in charge of the sales
promotion.
Mr. Andrews has recently moved
to Jacksonville from Chattanooga,
Tenn., where he was connected
with Hotel Patton and other ho-
tels. He is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Alabama, class of 1924,
where he was a member of the Phi
Kappa Sigma Fraternity.
There will be no other change in
the personnel of the hotel, with
the exception of Brad Roughton,
who has become connected with
the hotel in the capacity of front
office clerk. Mr. Roughton has re-
cently been connected with the
George Washington Hotel in West
Palm Bench and other Florida ho-
I tels.
The Seminole Hotel has just
completed a quarter of a million
dollar improvement program, which
makes it one of the most modern
and up-to-date hotels in Jackson-
ville. This program included the
installation of a new tile bath with
tub and shower in every room in
the hotel, and many other major
improvements.

An important meeting of the
Chesel Shel Ernes Sisterhood will
be held next Thursday, December
3rd, at 2 p. m., o'clock at Beth
David Talmud Torah HalL All
members are urged to attend.
* v
At the last meeting of the Tri
Beta Sorority the recommendation
of Miss Shirley Barnett, welfare
chairman of the organization, to
provide a large Thanksgiving bas-
ket of food for a needy Jewish
family, was adopted. Miss Ma-
rion Freed reported on arrange-
ments for the pledge invitation to i
be held on Friday evening, No-
vember 27th, at 7:45 o'clock at the
home of Miss Florence Coret, 1410
S. \V. 11th st.
Plain Talk
Page Five
(Continued from Page 3)
who in good time always rescues
me and if in one time he delivers
me from the oppression of Pharaoh,
the next time I am snatched from
the wrath of Human and the third
time from Father Coughlin's mouth
. "A little more of the cranberry
sauce, please" Pharaoh is
drowned and Hamiin is hanged and
the mouth of Coughlin is shut up.
set from the consecrated mouth.
I was afraid of Mr. Dubinsky, com-
ing as he did, almost every night,
trying and sizzling into my living
room.
"Du-bin-sky!"
I trembled as the chilling premo-
nition of pogroms entered my
bones. Poor Mr. Dubinsky seemed
the unhappy he-goat of Israel
(Numbers 28-15); upon the back
of this ladies' garment worker
were put all the international bank-
ers and all the works of Commun-
ism as well.
"Du-bin-sky!"
It sounded like Hitler himself
shouting, "Perish Judea!" To
what rages might not Americans
be aroused to hear Mr. Dubinsky's
name in the air night after night ?
My wife shuddered and demand-
ed that Mr. Dubinsky be tuned out
of our house. He was like some
burned Jew of the inquisition com-
ing hideously into our house every
night.
"No!" I replied. "Mr. Dubinsky
is like one of the family. I am a
Dubinsky, you're a Dubinsky and
all the Dubinskys must suffer to-
gether."
But some ot my Dest friends be-
gan to resent Mr. Dubinsky. He
would yet be the death of all of
us, they said. If it came to that,
would Coughlinites stop at pogrom-
ing Mr. Dubinsky? What Jew
would be safe after they got drunk
on Mr. Dubinsky's blood? From
one Dubinsky they would go to an-
other. Mr. Dubinsky, it was said,
should have known better than to
become a candidate for presiden-
tial elector in the state of New
York and thus bring down this holy
wrath on us.
At least (it was argued) he
should have known enough to
change his name. Dubinsky, in-
deed! He should have been Mr.
Dub. As Mr. Dub he would have
been a satisfactory elector to Fa-
ther Coughlin, who couldn't have
done anything with Mr. Dub. Ha
couldn't have said Dub with the
hissing with which he gave out
Dubinsky. He would have been
Just Elector Dub and Father
Coughlin would have found no
fault in him.
o
But as my Uncle Gamaliel said
after the hanging of Haman, God,
in His goodness, has shown us it
can't happen here.
"Let us," he said to his children,
"be thankful for giving us escapes
on account of which to have holi-
days."
On this occasion I feel just as
my sainted uncle did in his own
happy time.
For the first time in American
his'ory a blatherskite took up anti-
Semitism as a matter of politic.!,
made Rothschilds out of all inter-
national bankers, set Jews aside
as a people who were not kinsmen
to the brotherhood of man, fell to
a new low of demagoguery when
by hissing a Jewish name he at-
tempted to ignite meanest preju-
dice.
America answered him with mil-
lions of voices of contempt. For
that I am particularly thankful to
America at this Thanksgiving time
. "Pour me another glass of
wine! To the rim! America
has stood faithful. Father Cough-
lin's recent announcement that
hereafter his mouth is going to be
kept shut was quite superfluous.
My father never got rich, but
he gave me to America and for that
I must make much of Thanksgiv-
ing Day, particularly this year's
Thanksgiving Day.
And yet, as one who can regard
fallen enemies with compassionate
tolerance, I look sadly at the si-
lent mouth. What power seemed
in it! As my uncle Gamaliel did
at the hanging of Haman, I turn
away with a sigh.
(Copyright, 1936, by Seven Arts
Feature Syndicate)
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What a mouth it was! I remem-
ber particularly the way it used
to say Dubinsky. With what a
hissing Mr. Dubinsky's name used
to come over the air into my radio

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Page Six
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, November 27, 1936
TRYING TO SURVIVE
Miss Sylvia Raichick was hos-
tess to the members of the Onyx
Klub at her home recently, iss
Ruthye Berstein, president, ap-
pointed Miss Evelyn Marks and
Miss Mildred Ruben, Miss Helen
Moss to make plans for a theater
party, the proceeds of which will
be used for welfare work.
Plans for a scavenger hunt, to
be given on December 13, honor-
ing the birthday anniversaries of
Miss Marks and Mis- Ruben, are
under way. Miss Shirley Rosen-
thai and Miss Rose Dubler are in
charge of this event.
* *
Junior division of the Y. M. H.
A. sponsored an annual installa-
tion danre Sunday evening at the
club rooms. All members were
admitted free.
Following the business session,
a program was presented under
the direction of Larry Schwartz,
with Miss Evelyn Marks, Louis
Spector and Allen Greenfield ap-
pearing.

Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Susskind of
Atlantic City, N. J., were hosts
at a dinner last week at Brennen's
Grill. Their guests included Mr.
and Mrs. Dave Neilenger and Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Bach, Cleveland,
Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Morris,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rothenburg,
Newark, N. J.; Mrs. Mary Fried-
, man, New York; Ben Golden, Rob-
ert Rosenfield, New York; Mrs.
Frances Levy and Dr. and Mr*.
Nathan Field.
American Legion
Opposes Bigotry
American Legion Plans Drive
Against Nazism and Fascism
Indianapolis (VVNS) A nation
wide campaign to educate the na-
| tion against the subversive doc-
trines of Fascism, Nazism and
Communism will be undertaken
during the coming year by the
i American Legion, it was announ-
ced by the national executive com-
mittee at the close of its session
, here. Mandated by the last an-
nual convention to war on those
doctrines, the executive committee
adopted a program for combatting
these types of subversive activi-
ties. It also decided to demand
that immigration quotas from
countries granted quotas be re-
duced by 90 per cent.
Strictly
Confidential
(Continued on page six)
group, tells the story about a Ger-
man worker in a baby carriage fac-
tory in Hamburg His preg-
nant wife asked him to bring home
a baby buggy, but none came .
The baby arrived, but still no bug-
gy .. Hubby then explained that
his factory only makes the dif-
ferent parts for the carriage, but
does not assemble completed prod-
uct Smart wife suggested that
he bring a different part home
each day and then assemble it
himself Agreed The next
Sunday Heinz was busying himself
in the kitchen with the buggy parts
and the impatient wife called from
the bedroom: "Why does it take
so long to get that thing togeth-
er?" "I can't understand it,"
replied Heinz. "No matter how I
manipulate it, no matter how I ar-
range the parts, the darned thing
still turns out to be a machine
gun."
These exclusive pictures were taken a few weeks ago by Herbert
J. Seligman, publicity director of the J. D, C. (1) Shows a group
of Jews in the Square at Przytykj (2) A workshop set up through
the J. I). '. in the pogromizcl city of Przytyk.
Society
Mr. Abraham Leibovit, active
communal worker, 76 years old,
died after a lingering illness at his
home early Wednesday morning.
Mr. Leibovitt was a native of Ba-
tushan, Roumania, coming of a
distinguished Jewish family there.
He came to the United States in
1905, landing in Philadelphia. Pa.,
and after a short residence there,
came to Florida about thirty years \,.w Bedford.
ago, making his home and engag-
ing in business in Key West. Fla.,
where he was one of the first Jew-
ish families. He became active in
the then large Jewish community
and helped build the synagogue
in New York City.
Rabbi J. Steinberg of the Park
Avenue Temple, performed the
ceremony. A dinner for the mem-
bers of the immediate families fol-
lowed at the hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Dreisen and their
daughter were in New York for
the event.
After the wedding, the couple
will take a short trip and will re-
side after November 29 at the
Roosevelt apts., 415 County St.,
Complimenting Miss Mildred
Dreisen, who was married to Leo
Berkowitz last Wednesday night at
the Hotel Warwick in New Y'ork j
city, Miss Doris Cromer entertain-
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 co-
operation will be very much
appreciated by mc.
BROOKLYN BAKERS
Announce the Opening of Their Spacious,
Sanitary and Modern
BAKING PLANT
The finest line of Fancy Cakes. Bread and Rolls will be offered
at popular prices. We invite you to inspect our plant at 12
Ocean Drive and shop at our RETAIL DEPARTMENT of
1425-A Washington Ave.. Miami Beach
Hotels and Restaurants a Specialty
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there. About fifteen years ago Mr. ed at a bridSe-luncheon We<
Leibovitt came to Miami and re-
tired from business. Since his ar-
day at her home. Mrs. Daniel
Cromer, mother of the hostess, and
rival in Miami he engaged in mi- Mrs Samue, Dre,gen mother of
merous philanthropic and com- tm. honored .,,.,,. aMisted in en-
munal works. He founded the
which serviies wire held daily for
a number of older folks and rlose
friends.
Several years ago Mr. Leibovitt
he prime mover and organ-
tertaining. Favors were present-
ed guests and decorations were
gladioli and row
The guest- were Miss Sylvia
Williams. Miss Ursula Pearson,
Miss Florence Capland. Miss Bes-
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izer of the Ik-brew Friendly Inn, M(. Besvinicki MiM 8ylvia MlHer.
which provided Shelter and tood MlM Glady8 MaJ{ MjM g^rtha
for worthy Jewish transients. Uebovit Mjs. ,-,,.,,,. Wall. Miss
Prior to the rounding of this or- Gertrude Slegeli Miss Florence
ganization Mr. Leibovitt himself, (,^^l Mj_ K(|na Wnlkwsky,
aided by friends and contributors, m,m ,r(.ne Fan. Migs FaV(. ,.v.
provided a fund to take care of (n (m gnd Miga ,,.,ulin(. Sneldon.
needy Jewish transients. Services, ____________,_________
were held from the home with
Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. In-
terment was in the Greater Miami .
Jewish Cemetery Association sec
tion of Woodlawn Cemetery.
Surviving Mr. Leibovitt are the
widow, Mollie; two sons, Charles of |
Miami, and Harry of West Palm
Beach, and four daughters, Mrs.
Mot
and
RATSROACHESANTS
WHITMAN
EXTERMINATING CO-
Phone 2-3651
13 Years Same Location
aeh, and four daughters, Mrs. 19-
irris C. Hodes, Mrs. Terry Stein |j
I Mrs. Louis Hayman, all of Mi. 'U
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NORTHWEST
FURNITURE CO.
ami, and Mrs. Joe Perlman of Key j ^
West. At the express direction of
Mr. Leibovitt no eulogies were de-
livered.
A. KRONENFELD, Prop.
We carry the largest and
9 most complete stock of new
and used furniture in Miami.
The marriage of Miss Mildred
Dreisen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
h
73-79 N. W. 36th St.
We purchase all Moore Furni-
S. Dreisen of this city, and Leo'.! ture Co. used furniture.
Berkowitz of New Bedford, Mass.,
took place last Wednesday in the
Green Room of the Hotel Warwick j q
U Phone 2-8356
We Buy, Sell, Exchange and
I Rent Furniture for the Season
Announcing the Opening of
BREGER & EHRLICH
KOSHER MEAT AM) POULTRY DEPARTMENT
at
COOPERS KOSHER MARKET
601 Collins Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
Carrying a full line of strictly Kosher Western beef,
veal and lamb, and the finest fresh killed Tennessee
poultry
ALL STRICTLY KOSHER
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-cense Nerves
Do you feel tense and kcyed-
up? Do the care of the home and
children, the obligation of social
or community life, the worry of
finances, "get on your nerves"?
"NERVES"
May spell the difference be-
tween happiness and misery for
you and your family.
If you are Nervous. Sleepless.
Irritable, Restless, it may be due
to an overwrought nervous con-
dition. If so. you will find Dr.
Miles Nervine a real help.
Your Druggist has Dr. Miles
Nervine both Liquid and Effer-
vescent Tablets. Why not get
a bottle or package and start
taking It today?
Large bottle or package fl.M
Small bottle or package -2Z
4C1 Pa.i> ON SAVINGS SINCE
l0 CHARTERED
EACH ACCOUNT INSl RED UP TO $5,000
SI.00 Opens an Account
ff AND LOAM AStoa/OTOH OF MIAMI J
mom.Li*m. Ce.ym&JJldpr otrnmrum
Resources Over $1,000,000.00
JOS. II. LIPTON I.EO ROBINSON RUKUS H. DANIEL
Presitkvit Chairman of Board Vice-Preaident
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When you ask for a certain item you get it ... We
have no Pet Brands to push. No substitutes for
well known brands.
39 YEARS OF DEPENDABLE SERVICE .
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