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Bogies and Dangers
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By LUDWIG LEWLSOHN
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an imperialistic past? Evidently
I not. We could succeed only under \
an empire. We could have had no
choice hut among empires. Who
will deny that of the empires, in
spite of all that can he said, and
Occasionally one meets persons, justly said, the British Empire is
younger and older ones, who are morally the best bet?
exercised over the fact that Pal- Hence it is clear that those who
estine serves the purposes of Brit- alt, troubled or pretend to them-
ish imperialism and that the Jew- S,.|VPS to I)C troubled by our in-
ish Agency has or seems to have volvement with British imperial-
made capital of the possible or
ism are not thinking of what is
probable usefulness of our Yishuv Dest for tho Jcwish people in the
in Palestine to the British empire. Wo|.|,i <)f ,-eality. Thev are think-
Persons who use this argument
will never stop to define their
terms. To them imperialism is a
ing of mankind as it is not, in a
world that does not exist. And
I this fabled unicorn of man in this
bad word, vaguely connoting cruel j never-never land of dreams they
conquest for brutal economic rea- have placed in Russiaan impe-
sons and the holding of unwilling rjum 0f grandiose dimensions,
populations in subjection to Euro- subtly but relentlessly controlling
pean powers. the very thoughts of its innumer-
Now, unquestionably imperialism j able subject peoples and proudly
was all that (though not exclu-1 boasting of the greatest military
sively that) from the sixteenth to establishment in all the history of
the twentieth centuries. But we the world.
are to remember first of all that
the Jewish people had nothing to
do with this process as a people.
Individual Jewish merchants or
Imperialism in Palestine, in oth-
er words, is one of the bogies that
people whom it hurts to think are
substituting for the real menace
manufacturers doubtless profited j to the Jewish people and to all
by it. But they did so as members | peoplesto freedom and to civil!-
of polities and economic orders, the I zation in their permanent charac-
character of which they had not ter. It was Hitler who announced
determined. The great maritime j there was but one criterion of
peoples conquered the world. Some,' truththat which is useful to the
like the Spanish, lost their con- German people according to the
quests. The British, the French, Fascist conception of usefulness,
the Dutch kept theirs. The pe- Thence came the elimination of
pies who had no chance to share in Jews a;id democrats and pacifists
this conquest, primarily the Ger-
mans, but not the Germans alone.
from German life; thence came the
hounding of all that was called
have chafed and sickened with Kr.lturbolshuvismus; thence came
envy ever since and are therefore the breakdown of a once glorious
morally in the same position as the > civilization into murderous and
It is seldom that we urge the
general public to attend banquets
or similar gatherings as a mat-
ter of duty. Usually such events
are either mone> raising gather-
ings or intended to glorify or
benefit some particular individ-
ual or institution.
On January 21st, next, local
Jewry will lie afforded an oppor-
tunity that is not often available
to demonstrate its sididarity .
the occasion to show its strength
when the eyes of the Jewish
world and perhaps those of many
non-Jews will be focused on
Executive board gatherings of
the International Order of B'nai
H'rith attract the attention of
many particularly so at this
time, when movements affecting
Jewish affairs are moving kaleid-
oscopically all over the surface
of the globe B'nai H'rith has
the world's attention focused
upon it at this time because of its
recent contribution of $100,000
to Palestine and because of oth-
er things too numerous to enu-
Greater Miami is now in the
world's eyes prominent men
and women are seen here every
day their activities are news
. shall it be said that when
some of the most prominent men
in the Jewish life of the world
will be gathered here. Greater
Miami and particularly the men
of B'nai B'rith were found want-
ing in respect and interest?
There is no finer or better way
to show that we Jews of Miami
know and recognize our duty
than to be seen en masse at the
B'nai H'rith banquet Thursday,
Beth David to Executive Board
Hold Dinner To Gather Here
Beth David Sisterhood will hold
ii- firs! congregational dinner of
the season Sunday evening, Jan-
uary 10th, at Beth David Audito-
rium, beginning at 6:30 o'clock. A
gala musical program will be pre-
sented by Mrs. Ida Optner. chair-
man, with Cantor Louis Hayman
participating, Mrs. Meyer Schwartz
is toastmaster, Mrs. Max Shapiro
will give the invocation, a playlet
will be presented by the Beth Da-
vid Sunday school and an address
Will be delivered by Rabbi Max
Shapiro. In charge of arrange-
ments are Mrs. J. Engler, chair-
man; Mesdames Charles Abbot,
Meyer Schwartz, Harry Oliphant,
Ida Optner, L. J. Hart/.. S. (J. Rose,
Mollie Apte, Sol Weinkle, B. Kan-
dle, J. Litt, A. Weiner, Sam Jack-
son, Stanley ('. Myers. Mendel
I Scheinberg and Jack Ballot. The
i public is urged to attend.
conquering powers. The Musco/.
vites had the easiest time. By
merely moving south and east they
came to possess one-sixth of .the
earth's surface. Since the abcirig-
And now Moscow is heard from
to the same effect as Berlin. A
distinguished geneticist, Professor
S. G. Levit, is being violently at-
ines they met were mostly /quite tacked for his scientific findings,
primitive peoples hidden fro/n the \ If a geneticist in Berlin stresses
general notice of mankind/ their | environmental factors, off comes
expansion was simple and /mspec-! his head; if a geneticist in Moscow
tacular. / ; stresses the biological determin-
In brief, the earth is /oday di- j ants in human development, off
| a/nd iinsa-I comes his. The Pravda writes: "
vided among satiated a/nd unsa
tiated powers, among r.hose who
would keep what they/ have and
those who still thirst fc,r conquest.
There is no third kind/ And it is
evident in theory and immensely so
in practice that the featiated pow-
ers, the contented EmpiresEng-
land, France, Hollan/dare liberal,
civilized, humane, / compared to
those still hungry/ for conquest
Germany, Italy, Jijpan.
Very well. An/l we, an unwar-
like people, a pe/ple of peace- de"
sired to re-coloAiize our ancient
homeland. We/ could not and
would not do it >y force. We could
not do it withojut protection. Brit-
ain offered is that protection.
Would any ot/her protector have
been better?/ Was there an ef-
fective protestor to be chosen who
did not represent in his character
is a well known fact that Professor
Levit and his institute are drag-
ging in through their works an es-
sentially Fascist scientific concep-
tion, a biological predestination of
races, the omnipotence of heredity
as the biological basis of criminal-
ity, and so forth." Kulturbolshe-
vismus"Fascist scientific concep-
tion"tweedledum and tweedle-
dee. How about truth, objective
and according to fact? How about
freedom of inquiry and faith in
ideology and therefore progress?
The Nazis reproached Albert Ein-
stein for reducing the Aryan uni-
verse of space to the wretched
Jewish superstition of time. The
world laughed. The central com-
mittee of the Communist party
(new constitution or no new con-
(Continued on Page 6)
As a result of the notice appear-
ing in our last week's issue re-
garding kashrus conditions in this
area, we have been swamped with
letters telling us of the use of non-
kosher foods by a large number of
hole!-, in Miami Beach, of non-
kosher delicatessen displayed for
sale throughout this area in sup-
posedly kosher markets and of the
attempts by manufacturers of ko-
sher products to force the exclu-
sive use of their products if one's
wrongdoings are notj to be dis-
The Jewish Floridian will not
lend itself, nor the information in
its possession, for the purpose of
intimidating reputable business
men. When we feel that something
wrong has been done or is being
foisted upon the people, we deem
it our duty first to try and correct
the evil by advising the guilty-
parties ... we deem it our duty
to expose them only when they
continue to mislead the public.
It is for that reason that we
shall at this time delay the publi-
cation of the story originally
scheduled for this week.
Hayes Wood, who assumed his
duties as collector of taxes of Dade
County this week, announced the
appointment of Mr. Louis Zeientz,
an active communal worker of this
ana. as cashier in bis office. Mr.
ZeientZ attended the College of the
City of New York, the Cooper In-
stitute School 'it' Electrical Engi-
neering and was associated with
Mr. Westinghouse and Peter Coop-
er Hewitt in the development of
the mercury arc vacuum lamps and
rectifiers. For twelve years he
was with the New York public
service commission as appraisal en-
gineer. A resident of Miami since
1920, he was engaged in business
until 1!':!:!, since which time he was
associated with the New York Life
Insurance Co. and with the city at-
torney's office of Miami. He is a
past president of Temple Israel, a
member of the Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau, B'nai B'rith, thirty-second de-
gree Mason and Shriner.
Temple Israel, Miami Jewish Re-
form congregation, will present a
dinner dance at 7 p. m. Sunday at
the Coral Gables Country Club, it
was announced by Abe Aronovitz,
chairman of the committee on ar-
Chet Brownagle's orchestra has
been obtained for the occasion, and
entertainment will be offered by
Miami night clubs. The dance is
open to the public. Reservations
may be made at Temple Israel.
Members of the committee on ar-
rangements include Morris Plant,
Herbert IT. Feibelman, Mrs. Leon-
ard Epstein, Mrs. Sydney Wein-
traub, Mrs. Herbert Symons and
The international executive
board of the B'nai B'rith order will
convene to pass upon some of the
most momentous problems to face
the Jewry of the entire world at
its meeting in Miami on Januarj
20th and 21st. This is iho first
time in the history of the execu-
tive board that it will hold a meet-
ing outside of the home office. The
program, besides the important
business sessions of the executive
board, include- a class initiation
of about three hundred new mem-
bers into the local Sholom !odge
on Wednesday evening. January 20,
al Temple Israel, when a very in-
teresting program and ceremonial
will be carried out, and a banquet
the following evening at the Flo-
ridian Hotel, Miami Beai '' Dele-
Igates from every part of the United
States will arrive in Miami to at-
tend the sessions of the executive
board. The National A. '/.. A. will
present a plaque to the president
of the order, the Hon. Alfred M.
! Cohen, in recognition of his work
I for the organization. The com-
plete program will be announced
' in our next issue.
To Be Launched
Gathering at luncheon in the
Tides Hotel, Miami Beach, last
Tuesday, plans for a concerted
drive in the Greater Miami area
for the joint Jewish appeal for the
benefit of the Joint Distribution
Committee and the United Pales-
tine Appeal were mapped out. Mr.
William Taradash, prominent Mi-
ami Beach capitalist and chairman
of the lf*.'ii> drive, was unanimously
named chairman of the 1937 drive.
with $50,000 being set as the goal
for this year's campaign. Addresses
were made by Mr. Simon J. Levin
of the United Palestine Appeal,
Mr. J. Adams, national representa-
tive of the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee; Harry Simonhoff, D. J.
. Apte, Rabbis Kaplan, Shapiro,
Zwitman and Kellner, and Rabbi
Frederick J. Cohen, a visitor from
Omaha, Neb. Others were intro-
duced during the meeting. Other
officers of the drive will be named
by the campaign committee at a
special meeting to be held shortly.
Full details of the campaign will
be announced in these columns
B'nai B'rith to
An important meeting of the lo-
cal B'nai B'rith lodge will be held
at Beth David Talmud Torah hall
next Tuesday evening, January
12th, at 8 o'clock, when important
business will be transacted. All
new members are urged to attend.
All members having applications
for membership are asked to bring
them to this last business meeting
prior to the executive board meet-
ing January 20th and 21st.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, January 8, 1!37
The Miami *tion of the Nation-
al Council of Jewish Women is
ing a dessert bridge on Jan.
uary L3th at l o'clock a< the Ken
more Hotel, 1050 Drcxel avc, Mi-
ami Beach, with Mesdamea A.
Dreyer and Jeanette Good as host-
c e8. The public is urged to at-
tend. Prizes will be awarded for
ire at each table.
The public speaking da~> of the
Senioi Council of Jewish Women
Will meet Friday, January 16th, at
L' o'clock, under the direction of
Mrs. Isidor Weinstein at the Al
Hotel, Miami Beach.
The Miami section of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
at its last meet inn made a contri-
bution of two hundred dollars to
the University of Miami endow-
ment fund. The organization now
sponsors two scholarships at the
university, which wne awarded to
An important meeting of the La-
dies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Wel-
fare Bureau will be held at the
Alamac Hotel on January 18th,
when a business and musical ses-
sion will be held. Full details will
appear in our next issue.
A farewell dinner was given in
honor of Isidore I. Hahcr, justice
of the municipal court of the City
of New York, who is returning to
the bench after several weeks' so-
journ here, last week in the Ma-
rine dining deck of the Floridian
latlons of the experts. than. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rubin,
The performances Of Big Laddie Mr. ami Mrs. Sam Simonhoff Har-
Spending the season in Miami and Katherine Darling created con- ry Simonhoff, Ed Rubin and Sey-
arc Mrs. Simon Sobcloff and chil- siderable comment and constcrna- mour Rubin.
dr< i). Mr. and Mrs. 1. Davidson and lion among the dog owners. The
daughter and Mrs. Benjamin 8. manner in which Big Laddie cap-
S. Applcstein, all of Baltimore, Md. turcd the Inaugural with Katherine
Mr. Appelstein is one of the fore- Darling second, and then when
most communal workers in Balti- Katherine Darling rushed down in
more, having served as grand front in the New Year's Eve cup
mastei of the I. O. B. S. Of Haiti- race, caused the owners to realize
more, deputy grand master of the that their top dogs would have to
I. <). B. A. and deputy grand he in extraordinary form to win.
master of the I. O. Brith Sholom, Experts who watched Big Laddie
He also served as city librarian of
Baltimore for many years.
Mrs. B. Polsky of Plalnfield, N.
.1.. is Visiting her daughter, Mrs.
A. Wechslci. and will spend the
At the late Friday evening serv-
ice Bl the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation. "Parents' Night"
will be observed tonight. Mem-
the heap of all
The Spinoza Group will meet 1 America today,
again this Saturday afternoon at I Many noted dogs will be out for
2 o'clock on the lawn of Dr. Abra- 'their second win this week. Other
ham Wolfson's home and will lis- newcomers will make their appear-
ten to the broadcast of the opera ance this week and long prices
"Carmen." Following the broad- should again prevail.
and Katherine Darling perform say bera of the Sunday school will par-
that the pair rate at the top of | ticipate with several of the par-
ents in the evening services. Rabbi
Abraham A. Kellner will preach on
"Your Child and Mine." A social
hour will follow. Saturday morn-
ing services begin at o'clock.
Milk ha services at 4:80, with the
I Talmud class for adults preceding
cast Dr. Abraham Wolfson will I The quiniela play during the first the service.
speak on "Jehuda Halcvi." The week was outstanding. Quinielas I
public is welcome to these lectures, were introduced in America by I The Ladies Auxiliary of the
which are becoming very popular i William Huntley, general manager Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
with visitors and residents here. I of the track, and immediately be- tion is planning its annual Purim
* I came extremely popular. ball and dance at the Floridian
I'lans are being completed for
the Kith birthday luncheon of Tem-
ple Israel Sisterhood, to be held
on February 1st, full details of
which will be announced shortly.
Sun. -Mil n. -lues.. Jan. 10-11-12
Jean MarhiMFranchol Tone
li ii 11 mi
-iii.-Mon.. Jan. 10-1 1
William Po 111
Rosalind Rus ell
* Hotel the evening of March 7th,
Mrs. Ethel Turner, worthy grand when a gala program will be pre-|
matron of the Eastern Star for sentcd. The committee in charge
Florida, will be entertained at tea of arrangements will be named at
on Sunday afternoon, January 10, the next meeting of the auxiliary,
from 2 to 4, at the home of Mrs.
The Loyalty club of Emunah Sidney Palmer, 1786 Nocatee drive. Members of B'nai B'rith are;
chapter at its last meeting re-elect- urged to contact Mr. Benjamin Le
ed its officers. Mrs. Philip Som- Mr. and Mrs. Max Kotkin of Vine, chairman, any member of the |
berg, president; Mrs. Mitchel Kup- Washington, D. C, are visiting rel- committee or the officers of the'
erberg, vice-president, and Mrs. atives and friends here. organization immediately to make
Ann Reisman secretary-treasurer. reservations for the gala banquet
* ; Mrs. Florence Pritchard of New sponsored by the organization on
Long prices and thrilling racing York is visiting at the Beach. She Thursday evening, January 21st,
marked the first week of racing at a sister of Mr. Ben Hirshfield !'<- Floridian Hotel. On and
West Flagler, "' 'ms ''''>' after January loth reservations
l In opening night, when Big Lad- wil1 1,e ;l('>',l'u',i '"""'' the public at
Mrs. Joe Goldstein of Galax, Va., large. Ticket.- are only three dol-
21st. Other noted Jews and non-
Jews will attend the banquet, which
will be limited to six hundred
guests because of the lack of ca-
The Miami Beach Kosher Butch-
ers' Association at a recent meet-
ing admitted two butchers of Mi-
ami Beach to membership in the
organization, making a record of
one bundled per cent membership
in the organization. The Miami
Beach Kosher Butchers' Associa-
tion was organized in 1935 and
has for its purpose the improve-
ment of conditions affecting kosher
butchers in Miami Beach, among
other objects. This year the asso-
ciation effected an agreement re-
garding hours of work and wages
to be paid with members of the
Agudas Hashochtim of Greater
Miami, whereby the shochtim of
this area will receive higher wages
than ever paid in similar cities.
The butchers and shochtim will
shortly issue a statement to the
Jewish public in which terms of
the agreement and the improve-
ments effected will be told.
Mr. and Mrs. llyman N. Levy an.
nounce the Bar Mitzva of their son,
Morgan, at Beth David Synagogue
next Saturday, January 17th, at 0
o'clock, with the usual traditional
ceremony. Friends of the family
are requested to attend.
Make your reservations now.
B'nai B'rith banquet, January 21st.
FRANCES K. POWELL
American Jewish Cooking
Hotel RoomsAmerican Plan
1031 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
during thi nj races, dashed
down in front and upset the calcu-
li.MPiJ'. ISRA1 I
the Inaugural, hi;
prices were paid, though in ma. y ;"hi Boni Bernard, are visiting her lars per person. The banquet i-
the winner was a popular Paronts, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Gins being tendered to the Hon. Alfred
Young dogs, a- predicted ;,1"'~ "f tnia ''''>' -N|- Cohen, International president
B'nai B'rith, who. together with
Because of the a!. m the the executive board of the order,
city oi ii,. Jacob II. Kaplan the will in. n January 20th and
Bible cla | by the Na-
al Council <>:' Jewish Women
will bold no sessions during Jan- Make your reservations now.
uary, but will resume it work on 1!":ii H'ri|h banquet, Januarj 21-;.
I uesdaj, Fi i 7th.
CORAL GABLES COUNTRY ( I li:
.January 10, 1937 -1 I'. M.
New ^ ork State Seal on
Saratoga Quevic Vichy
AM> DANCE MUSK
I i HET BROWN Ma.I
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
at it's best
11 RACES NIGHTLY
Mannie Gates' Orchestra
WEST FLAGLER al 37th AVE.
Miami's Dounioun Greyhound Track
< elebrating tin ir twenty-fifth
With open house. Mr. ami Mrs. Wil. !
wedding anniversary last Sunday'
a i':i dman entertained
than 300 gu ts, Their children,
Rosalind and Milton, were in the
receiving line with thi
The silver motif waa carried out in
the decorations throughout tie
The highlight of the evening waa
the beautiful wedding ceremony
that took place on the lawn. Rabl l
Max Shapiro officiated and Boris
Schlachman acted as cantor.
Mr. and Mrs. Friedman are
among the most active communal
workers in the city.
Mr. and Mis. Sam Futoran and
son. Ira. of New \,k City are
house guests of .Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Friedman. The Futorans came
to Miami to participate in the cele-
bration of the Friedmans' twenty-
fifth wedding anniversary, held
this past Sun,lay.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Feldman of
Detroit, .Mich., are spending some
time in Miami Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rubin en-
tertained Kahlii and Mrs. Morton
M. Berman at dinner last Friday
night. Others present were Rabbi
Colman Zwitman and brother, Na-
Make jour reservations now.
B'nai B'rith banquet, January 21st.
With New Rope Sole
We believe this to be the best non-slip
sole on the market! Bound in\thick
crepe rubber. The tops of white looselv
woven duck that will clean easily! Soft
comfortable toe. Try them for boating!
MEN'S SHOl MAIN Mum:, STREET FLOOli
AND Bl RDINE-S LINCOLN ROAD '\
Friday, January 8, 1937
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Six Months ..........-..
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FIJI DAY. JANUARY x, 1987
Vol. 10No. 2
Tidbits From Everywhere
When one has lived in a community for a long number
of years and has walched it gradually shaking; off the leth-
argic attitude that characterized it for so long, it is indeed a
pleasure. Such is true of Greater Miami. At a luncheon the
other day, called for the beginning; of a campaign for the
J. D. C. and the I'. P. A., one could see that Greater Miami
was beginning to awaken, to realize its communal responsi-
bilities. Even the brief bickering that occurred was an omen
of revived interest.
The work of the local B'nai B'rith lodge, its undertaking
the task of bringing such leaders in American Jewish life as
Alfred M. Cohen to Miami, if only for a few days, deserves
much commendation because it is another sign showing that
Miami Jewry wants to do its bit.
The formation of a "Shochtim Union" and the spirit of
co-operation shown by the Miami Beach Kosher Butchers'
Association, so that these shochtim might be given a living
wage, is a splendid example of a growing appreciation and
a civic consciousness that portends much for the future.
The demand on the part of the local rabbinate that Jew-
ish institutions representing purely Jewish interests sponsor
dinners that are "kosher," even if their short-sighted leaders
have refused to accede, is another example of an awakened
interest. Perhaps Jewish leaders will be as tolerant of their
fellow Jew's beliefs and religious principles as thev DESIRE
NON-JEWS TO BE TO THEM.
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
None of the gentlemen promi-
nently mentioned as candidates for
the executive secretaryship of the
B*nai B'rith will get the job .
That merger between the New
York and Brooklyn Federations of
Jewish Charities as an accom-
plished fact The announcement
is due any day We hear that
the blending came about when
some of the Brooklyn institutions
were tottering financially ... It is
said that 22 of New York's wealth-
iest Jews kicked in with .$400,000 to
finance the merger after a break-
last pow-wow in the home of Felix
M. Warburg Dorothy Waring,
ace anti-Nazi prober, tells us that
the yarn about her being hired by
Jacob Ruppert, beer magnate, for a
special anti-Nazi job is hooey .
And she also says that Ruppert has
nothing to do with any anti-Nazi
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
An outstanding show starring
many stage, screen and radio stars
will be presented the latter part
of January by the
well known radio
editor, Nick Ken-
have promised to
aid the Y. M. H.
A. building fund
are Mayor A. D. H. Fossey of
Miami, Mayor I-ouis F. Snedigar of
Miami Beach and Mayor R. Brun-
setter of Coral Gables.
The general executive committee
of this year s gala Marcn of Stars
show is as follows: Jack Demp-
sey, Auby Keoskie, Harry Marko-
witz, Alex De Brocque, Miss Polly
Lux, Walter Jacobs, Dr. Morris
Goodman, Phillip Liberman. Joseph
I.ipton, Baron De Hirsch Meyer,
Leonard Abess, Sam Marks and
The Y. M. H. A. committee is:
Director Boris Schlaehman, Arthur
Blatt, Louis Safan, A. H. Rosen-
feld, Al Pallot, Frank Rose, .Milton
Freedman, Al Reisman, Pete Sil-
verman, Phil and Al Berkowitz,
Harry Blumin, Sam Seitlin, Al
Grossman and Harry Schwartz.
Watch future editions of the Flo-
ridian for further news regarding
date and location.
The American Federation of La-
bor ought to look into the matter
fif Nazis and Hitler agents serving
as scabs on American-owne I ship-
Bgainst which the seamen are strik-
ing You haven't heard the end
of that invitation to Germany to
participate in New York's World
Fair Some of the biggest back,
eis of the fair may cancel their
contributions if the swastika floats
over the fairgrounds If U. S.
Senator Henry Cabot Lodge, jr.,
of Masscahusctts finds the anti-
Semites hot on his trail he can
blame it on the fact that he has
named Jacob Spiegel of Boston as
his secretary and Maxwell Rabb of
the same city to his secretarial
staff Leonard Lyons, keeper of
the New York Post's Lyons Den,
insists that one of the most popu-
lar songs in Nazi Germany was
written by Joseph Rumshinsky,
Last Side Jewish composer, and
sold there under a pseudonym .
And Lyons also roars that the Ger-
man delegation of the Noblemen's
Club had the best time when the
club held its annual outing at a
kosher hotel in Lakewood Hand
the palm for this crack to Harold
A. Henry of the Los Angeles Press
. Says Henry: "Wonder if Wal-
ly Simpson could dig up a girl
friend in Baltimore who could make
Hitler abdicate" And in Photo-
play Magazine George Jessel quips
that he has had an offer from
Hitlerthree weeks' personal ap-
pearance in Germany, with all fu-
neral expenses paid.
ing at N:;!()until ?
Rumors of a new movement to
combat anti-Semitism decided one
of the biggest national Jewish or-
ganizations to rush a man to the
Pacific Coast to sew up Hollywood
support for its own fight against
Jew-baiting We herewith pub-
licly berate our typist for dropping
one little digit from the salary !
Max Manischewitz, patron of arts
and member of the matzoh firm,
in our report to you on the subject
not long ago Possibly she saw
a picture of this dreamy-eyed gen-;
tleman, and consequently couldn't
visualize him in the role of big
business man Mrs. A. II. Yix-
man, former executive head of
Young Judea, is now directing the
new women's division of the Fed-
eration of Polish Jews John
Price Jones, the biggest fund-rais-
ing outfit in the country, is con-
ducting a big campaign without
any fuss for the Jewish Theolog-
ical Seminary Ford dealers
throughout the country report a
big falling off in business as a re-
sult of the story that the Nazis
are still circulating the automobile
magnate's "International Jew."
Mr. Joseph M. I.ipton, president
.'. the Federal Savings and Loan
Association of Miami, announces
that a 4 per cent dividend has been
paid on all accounts as of Decem-
ber .31st. 1936.
This association is a mutual sav-
ings institution, chartered and su-
pervised by the United States gov-
ernment, each aCCOUnl being in-
sured up to $5,000 by an agency of
This association has made rapid
gains in the past year, Mr. Lipton
said, having increased in assets ap-
proximately $1,100,000, the asso-
ciation now having total assets of
over a million and a half dollars,
and having placed over $1,000,000
in loans and increased over $1,000,-
000 in savings during the past year.
Approximately $20,000 was distrib-
uted on December 31st in dividends.
This increase has been due to the
confidence the public is gaining in
the federal savings and loan asso-
ciations. It is characteristic of de-
preBSions and of recovery that peo-
ple will invest savings only where
they have complete confidence. Re-
turn is usually a second or third
consideration. Nearly everyone has
lost money in some sort of savings
or investment, or has some close
acquaintance or relative who has
lost a substantial sum. Everyone
at this time is resolved to have no
more losses, and, accordingly, to
put no money now anywhere ex-
cept where it is absolutely safe,
Mr. I.ipton said.
The public is now assured since
the organization of federal savings
and loan associations of not only
having a safe place to keep their
money, but also to receive a good
return on their savings.
The association is located on the
ground floor of the Congress build-
ing. 109 N. E. Second ave. Offi-
cers of the association are: Joseph
M. Lipton, president; Leo Robin-
son, chairman of board; Rufus H.
Daniel, vice-president: M. Krieger,
treasurer; Henry Wolff, secretary;
Clarence Feuer, assistant secre-
tary; Hugo Shonberg. construction
New York (WNS)Italy under
Fascism is the best land in the
world for Jews and the only one
where anti-Semitism is unknown,
Aigo D'Annunzio, son of the fa-
mous poet, declared in an article
in Progresso Italo-Americano, Ital-
ian language daily. After a lengthy
review of the important positions
held by Jews in Italy today and a
discussion of the status of the Ital-
ian-Jewish community, young D'An-
nunzio said "that if instead of be-
ing unfriendly toward Italy, Amer-
ican Jews would get into closer
touch with their brethren in Italy
they would see that Italy is one
of the few countries where Jewish
communities are well off. The
Jews of America must understand
that if their unfriendliness, bitter
feelings and opposition should
damage Italian interests they
would thereby do injury to the only
people among whom Jews find tol-
erance and complete co-operation
on the part of the government."
It is with deepest regret that we
offer condolences to our president,
Al Rosenfeld, and his family upon
the death of his father last Sat-
urday in Atlanta, Ga.
Next Tuesday a novelty meeting
will take place at the regular
scheduled meeting of the Y'. W. H.
H., when the Junior Division will
take over the program with their
president, Samuel Badanes, presid-
ing. The public is cordially in-
vited to attend.
On Sunday, January 10th, the
Junior Division will hold its first
of a series of dances at the "Y"
clubrooms. In charge of arrange-
ments are: Chairman Shirley Ros-
cnthal, Mildred Rubin, Ruthye
Bernstein, Isidore Meyerowitz and
A dance contest will be held dur-
ing the evening with prizes award-
ed to the winners. Admission is
only 25 cents, with dancing start
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Friday, January 8, 1937
137 N. E. 19th St.
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN RABBICOLMAN A.Z.VIT.MAN
G99G Albacore Drive 530 N. E. 31st St.
Miami Beach 5-9875 Miami 2-9548
One or both of the Rabbis will be at the Temple every morn-
ing throughout the year.
Prior to his departure for New
Orleans, when', together with Mrs.
Kaplan. Leonard Epstein and Mrs.
Henry Williams, he will attend the
annual convention of the American
Hebrew Congregations, Dr. Jacob
II. Kaplan will speak at this Fri-
day evening service on the sub-
ject, "Is God Moral?" Services
login at 8:16 o'clock, and will be
conducted I j Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman. A reception to members
anil visitors of the congregation
will fellow the services.
Next Friday evening, January
15th, ISI37, Rabbi Zwitman will talk
on the subject, "History's Greatest
? RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
At the Religious school assembly
of Sunday morning, January 3rd, f,iends to attend the gala
Sisterhood meetings are held
( very first .Monday in the month,
and we invite visitors and friends
to be with us.
We do not wish to wax editorial,
but it seems to us that occasion-
ally Miami Jewry is untrue to it-
self. Miami is indicted us a "show
place" and "playground." Most
of its residents and visitors are oc-
casional patrons (if not habitual)
of clubs and amusement places;
and yet whenever a Jewish organi-
zation gives an affair it has to
summon up every ounce of
strength to convince and to beg its
members and irienda to come and
It is for this precarious condi-
tion that wc take this opportunity
of entreating our members and
Seven of the fines! purebred Ab-
i ni.cn Angus beef cattle herds on
the American continent will be
shipped to Tampa this month to I"'
shown at the Florida State Fair
ick exposition. January 26th
to February 0th, W. II. Tomhave,
secretary of the national associa-
tion, with headquarters in Chicago,
has just advised General Manager
P. T. Strieder here.
h will be the largest showing of
Angus cattle ever made in the
d< ep South, and it will he the first
time that outstanding winners
from the International LiveStOI K
Show have been shipped into Flor-
ida for exhibition purposes. Among
the herds to be shown wil be that
of Elliott Brown of Rose Hill, Iowa,
who -cored grand championship
honors here last spring.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Zanishnick of
New York City announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Mona,
to Morris Kotler. The wedding will
be an event of this month.
Mrs. L. Eisenstadt of Brooklyn.
N. V., and her daughter, Dorothea,
are guest- of Mr. and Mis. -Morris
Zubken. Mrs. Eisenstadt i- a sis-
ter of Mr. A. A. Finkelstein.
a very interesting playlet about the
life of Rabbi Akiba was presented
l\ .Mis. Jules Pearlman's class.
All of the children of the class par-
ticipated, and were well received
by the parents and friends who
Witnessed the performance.
The birthdays celebrated were
those of Florence Cromer, Jack
Metzger, Carol Aronovitz, Jules
Pearlman, jr., and Audrew Lou Sil-
vern. Services were conducted by
Betty Roth. The enrollment of our
school has already passed the 201)
mark, and additional registration
Still continues. Last Sunday we
had -15 children in our school.
A very inl'resting and delight-
ful meeting was held by the Tern
pic Sisterhuou in Kaplan Hall on
W uid.iy afternoon, January 4th.
The Sisterhood of the Temple Is
especially to be commended upon
I he Intellectual plane which their
meetings exhibit. After the busi-
ness meeting, presided over by Mrs.
J. II. Kaplan, Mrs. Tobias Simon,
program chairman, presented Mrs.
Joseph H. Williamson, who read a
very informative and thought-pro-
voking paper on the subject, "What
Keeps Jews Together?" A discus-
sion and open forum in which the
Sisterhood members participated,
followed. The entertainment por-
tion of the program featured Miss
Adele Segal, who brilliantly enact-
ed a play by Edna St. Vincent Mil-
lay. Miss Scgall's faultless die- i
tion, poised nuances and artistic
interpretation evoked enthusiastic
comment from all present.
and fiance, to be given by Temple
Israel on Sunday evening, January
loth, 1937, at 7 o'clock, at the
beautiful (oral Gables Country
Club. On that night we will have
the country club to ourselves. A
sumptuous dinner will be served, a
program of entertainment will be
presented, and fiance music will be
provided by Chet Brownagle and
The fee for this type of an affair
should be double what we levy, es-
pecially since a Jewish institution,
such as our Temple, will benefit
by tin- proceeds, but we eliminate
sermonics and altruistic motives
and tell you that the dinner fiance
"per se" will be worth exceedingly
more than the <2.60 pr person
Reservations are still obtainable
by calling the Temple office, 2-7745,
r>r by simply coming to the coun-
try club Sunday evening at 7:00
o'clock. This v. ill be a grand af-
fair and we urge you to attend, if
not for the Temple's benefit, then
for your pleasure.
The banquet given by the He-
brew Mutual Association last Sun-
day evening at the Columbia res-
tauranl was well attended. The
speaker of the evening was Senator
Tillman, who spoke eloquently on
the subject n. "Opportunity." A
splendid entertainment was given.
The officers of this organization
are Sam Estroff, president; Adam
Wolfson, vice-president; Sam Sie-
gal, secretary; David Stein, treas-
urer; Abe Rla kin. Sol Siegal, Leon
Haber, A. Sorkis, Mr. Friedlandet
and Ben Fleet.
The headquarters of this associa-
tion are at the Y. M. II. A.
Y. M. II. A. NOTES
On Sunday evening. January 17,
a stunt" night will be given un-
der the direction of Miss Gertrude
The "stunts," skits or programs
will be sponsored by the various
Jewish organizations of the city
and will be of about ten minutes'
duration. A very interesting pro-
gram is anticipated. Dancing will
follow the show.
On Wednesday, December 30th,
our Girl Scout troop journeyed to
Zephyr hills It) visit their scoutmas-
ter. Mrs. Herman J. Chenken.
Mrs. Celia Durant has joined the
V. M. 11. A. educational staff. She
will instruct in the French and
Spanish languages and will also
teach English to foreigners. All
interested in these subjects may
register at once.
represent the Tau Epsilon Phi
chapter from (the University of
Florida, at the fraternity's nation-
Klepper is vice-president of the
local chapter at Gainesville. He is
a senior in the College of Arts and
Sciences, majoring in journalism.
George Grcenberg of West I'alm
Beach is the other delegate from
Florida to the national convention.
Members of the fraternity from
Jacksonville include Philip Selber,
Joe Misrahi, Melvin Barnert and
Pledge Aaron Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar L. Silver-
man announce the birth of a daugh-
ter. Claudia, on Tuesday, Decem-
ber 31st, in St. Vincent's Hospital.
The reorganized United Jewish
Charity Society held a meeting last
Wednesday when plans for raising'
its annual budget were discussed.
The Hadassah chapters of the
city honored Mrs. Edward Epstein
of New York with a reception and
lea in the home of Mrs. David Da-
vis Tuesday evening, when a num-
ber of both junior and senior mem-
bers of Hadassah called to greet
the visitor, Mrs. Epstein is vice-
president of National Hadassah.
Mrs. Davis was assisted in greet-
ing the guests by her daughters,
Misses Selma and Carol Davis, who
introduced the visitor to the guests.
Mrs. Israel L. Kaplan was the
hostess at an at home last week in
her home, complimenting her niece
and house guest. Miss Alma Cold-
burg of Yonkers, N. Y.
The January meeting of the
Temple Sisterhood was held Tues-
day afternoon in the Temple home,
with the president, Mrs. L. P. Lipp-
Reports for the work of the
month of December were given at
The election of delegates to at-
tend the convention of the Tri-
State Federation of Temple Sister-
hoods was held. This convention is
to be held in Birmingham, Ala., in
the month of February.
The program for the afternoon-
consisted <>f a play-reading by Mrs.
L. S. Joel.
During the social hour Mrs. E.
W. Rosenthal and Mrs. J. E. Cut-
man presided at the tea table.
Irving J. Klepper, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel J. Klepper of
Jacksonville, left Thursday for
Washington, D. ('., where he will
Junior Council is planning big
doings for the coming year. The
first event is the sponsoring of a
night at the dog track, January
23rd. A membership tea dance will
be held on Sunday, Valentine day,
February Mth, at the Villa del Rio.
In March the annual cabaret dance
will be held.
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Friday, January 8, 1937
THE JEWISH FI.OIUDIAN
At the Zionist meeting last Mon-
day night Rabbi Morton M. Ber-
man delivered a stirring talk de-
scribing conditions in Palestine
and of Jewry throughout the
world. Rabbi Max Shapiro pre-
sided. Short eulogies of the late
Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom and
Hairy I. Lipton were delivered. Mr.
Simon J. Levin of the United Pal-
estine Appeal, Mr. M. Adams of
ill,' Joint Distribution Committee,
Rabbis Abraham Kellner, Jacob H.
Kaplan and Colman Zwitman spoke
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Boltt and
son of New York are spending
some time here
At the late Friday night services
of Beth David Congregation to-
night Rabbi Max Shapiro will
preach on "Does Prejudice Affect
the Jewish Soul?" Cantor Louis
Hayman, assisted by Beth David
choir, will chant the services. A
social hour will follow. Saturday
morning services begin at 8:30
o'clock, with the Junior Congrega-
tion meeting at 10:30. The pub-
lic is invited to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Moses Pallot will
ceebrate their twenty-fifth wed-
ding anniversary with a reception
for a group of friends at their
home this coming Sunday night.
Mrs. Pallot has been active in the
work of the Ladies' Auxiliary of
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation, of which organization
she is now treasurer, and in sev-
eral other fraternal and charitable
institutions. The Pallots came to
Miami several years ago from
Springfield, Mass. Mr. Pallot is
prominent in the liquor business
here and is a member of the ex-
ecutive board of the Dade County
Liquor Dealers' Association.
The ritual circumcision of the
twin Bona of Mr. anil Mrs. Sol 11.
Lutzky was held last Sunday ami
v...- attended by friends and rela-
i served as sandek:
Mr. Moe Annenberg [or "Rodney
ami Hi-. Jacob II. Kaplan
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Miller,
parents of "Rodney," ami .Mr. and:
Mrs. A. E. Woolfe, godparents for |
The home was profusely decorat-
ed with flowers. An elaborate buf-
fet was served. Open house was
held from 3 to 0 p. m.
The regular monthly meeting of
Senior Hadassab will be held Mon-
day, January 11th, at 2:30 o'clock
at Kaplan hall of Temple Israel,
with Mrs. Edward Epstein of New
York City speaking on "The His-
tory iif Hadassah and a Day in
Palestine." Mrs. Epstein is a mem-
ber of the national speakers' bu-
Make your reservations now.
B'nal B'rith banquet, January 21st.
reau of Hadassah and internation-
ally known for her Hadassah
work. Mrs. Bertram Raff will be
soloist and sing several numbers.
All members and visiting Hadas-
sahites are urged to attend. Plans
for the dinner dance of the organ-
ization, to be held on January 20th
at the Town Casino, with Mes-
dames Stanley C. Myers and Mor-
ris Plant as chairmen, will be an-
The Miami chapter of Junior Ha-
dassah will hold a dinner meeting
on Monday, January 11th, at G:30
o'clock at the Palatial restaurant.
All members are urged to attend.
Miss Ida Engler is chairman. Mrs.
Victor Mell will review "Gone With
the Wind," and several entertain-
ment novelties will be given dur-
ing the evening. Mrs. Murry
Qrossman will announce plans for
the officers' ball, at which paid-up
members and escorts will be guests.
The racing season at Tropical
Park, now in its third week, shows
every sign that it should prove the
most successful in the history of
the sport in this famous winter re-
Tropical Park's first meeting is
drawing to a close, next Wednesday
being the last day on its schedule.
The record breaking returns real-
ized by the Gables association to
date reflect in no uncertain man-
ner the prosperous trend of activ-
For the first 18 days of racing
a total of $3,177,710 was poured
into the betting machines. This
represents a significantly over-
whelming increase over the betting
for a like period last winter when
the total was $2,333,824. The gain
in attendance is equally notable for
a comparison shows that this win-
ter's patronage is 17 per cent
greater than a year ago.
Having rolled into such healthy
profits at this early date, officials
of the Gables track have every rea-
son to view the prospects for the
dosing days optimistically. In
fact, they expect even greater re-
turns, inasmuch as the holidays are
over and the Beason is approaching
its peak stride. From now on it's
just a question how much greater
tin' volume in revenue will be than
the spoils last year.
Frank I). Schuyler, general man-
ager of the association, predicts
the influx of visitors, notably the
lii^- money spenders of Xew York,
will strike unprecedented numbers
j during the next few days. Conse-
, qucntly he feels the new arrivals
will stimulate additional interest
in the sport here and thus bolster
the betting and attendance consid-
Mr. Jonah Greenwald, prominent
hotel operator of Atlantic City, ar-
rived here this week to spend some
The infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph M. Lipton was named
"Chaya" at services in the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation last
Saturday, after her uncle the late
Harry I. Lipton.
Close finishes, as many as four
and five dogs crossing the finish
almost as one, have been thrilling
Biscayne Kennel Club fans since
the season opened Christmas night.
Not in the many years that the
'rack has been in operation have
there been so many stretch drives
that sent the group under the wire
together, and full credit for this
must be given to Racing Secretary
The genial Irishman knows how
to match dogs so that the result
will be in doubt until the last stride
of the winner, and the Biscayne
track with its long stretches and
well banked curves has enabled him
to send evenly matched fields to
the post in almost every one of the
eleven nightly races.
As usual, this year the north
side oval has more than its share
of young puppies who have fine
prospects of developing into star
The great Reba Nell is undout-
edly the best puppy in Florida this
winter, and everyone predicts great
things for her before the season is
over. Art Wilson has a pair of
great youngsters in Greytick and
Court Jester. You can't go wrong
on either of these two.
Then there's Kauld Kail, already
running with the best of them.
Other young ones who bear watcn-
ing are News Boy, Sally Tite, Kan-
sas City Kitty and Quapaw.
Golf and Country Club.
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Reed re-
ceived at the door, assisted later
in the evening by Lou Roey and
William Sirkin. Mrs. Reed enter-
tained with singing.
Mrs. Gertrude Berg of New York,
who is "Mollie" on the Goldberg
hour radio program and who was
visiting here, entertained with a
Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Goldman
have as their house guest Mrs.
Goldman's mother, Mrs. Pearl Lee
A New Year card party is sched-
uled for 7:30 o'clock Sunday eve-
ning, January 10th, at Temple Is-
rael, on Daytona st., with Mrs.
Louis E. Goldman and Mrs. Jo-
seph Ginsberg hostesses. Bridge
and other games will be played.
There will be prizes and refresh-
Local B'nai B'rith started off
the year 1037 with a dinner dance
New Year's Eve at the Daytona
Make your reservations now.
B'nai B'rith banquet, January 21st.
Make your reservations now.
B'nai B'rith banquet, January 21st.
Make your reservations now.
B'nal B'rith banquet) January 21st.
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Services at Temple Israel begin
at 8 o'clock Friday evening when
Rabbi Kleinfeld will preach on
Make your reservations now.
B'nai B'rith banquet, January 21st.
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Friday, January 8, 1937
Mrs. Edith Neemcttof New York
is the guest of her mother, Mrs. C.
The new Jean Harlow picture,
"Suzy," will In- the attraction at
the Tivoli Theatre, starting next
Two <>f the ace leading men of
the screen support Miss Hallow in
this production in the perso
Franchot Tone and Cary Grant,
each <>f whom is seen as Miss liar-
The romance, intrigue and drama
The Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid
Society of Congregation B'nai Is-
rael had a very successful cafete-
ria supper and card party last Sun-
day night under the auspices of
the social committee. A regular
meeting was held last Tuesday
night, January 4th, where plans
were made for another affair the
LMth of this month.
Jack Morris visited friends and
relatives in Atlanta, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. Chesin of Sioux
City. Iowa, are spending the win-
ter in Tampa.
f'haite. Tampa relatives, went to
Atlanta for funeral services.
Miss Birnhaum of New York
City is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Ralph Lutzky and Ralph Behar
of Atlanta, Ga., have been visiting
with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Peretz-
The Judaic Council will have its
regular meeting Monday night.
January 10th. tit 8 o'clock, where
plans will be completed for the
Relatives and friends of Mr. and
Mrs. .Mark Davis congratulate
them on the arrival of a new
Miss Jennie Sierkese returned to
Tallahassee College for Women
after spending the holidays witli
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Sier-
At tin- last meeting of the Merry
Fellows Club the following officers
were elected: Adolph Wei], pres-
ident! Simon Schwartz, vice-pres-
ident; Paul Kirstein. secretary, and
Dr. .1. Leon Schwartz, re-elected
Plans are under way for a ban-
quet and dance, given by the club
each year .luring January.
Mr. Herbert Zuckerof New York
Citj has just returned to Tampa
and will open offices at 31G',i
Franklin -t. for the practice of law.
Mr. Harry Miller of the Bronx
is spending the winter in Tampa.
Paul HaimOVitZ has returned to
the Georgia Military Academy, fol-
lowing his visit to his home for
Mr. and Mrs. 11. Jacobs enter-
tained Rabbi and Mrs. Morris Bau.
mel and their immediate family on
Xew Year's Eve.
Word has been received here of
the deatli of Mi-. Anne Berger of
Atlanta. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Ber-
ber, He:: Berger and Mrs. S. J.
Make your reservations now.
B'nai B'rith banquet, Januarj 2l-t.
Mr. and Mrs. llerm.r and Mr.
and Mrs. Perlstein entertained
jointly on New Year's Kve.
in the precarious lives of those who
stand behind the seems of inter-
national espionage form the back-
ground of the plot which centers
about an American girl stranded
in London. The girl, Suzy. unwit-
tingly becomes entangled with spy
activities and stumbles upon the
evidence which leads to the execu-
tion of a woman counter-spy and
the shattering of her romance with
a young officer.
Mr. ami Mrs. Max Argintar and
Dr. and Mrs. Fred Lebos spent the
holidays in Atlanta.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hirsch an-
nounce the birth of a baby girl,
Shirley Ann. on December lilth.
Washington at K>th St.
To rooms, each with bath:
radio in every room: steam
heated; spacious lobby, en-
closed sun parlor, beautiful
patio, free solarium.
Owner and Operator
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stitutioiil will not consent to have
its Marxian utopianism interfered
with by the facts Of biological ex-
per ence and experimentation. And
the world ought to laugh.
Hen are Hie frightful dangers
,,,- lather the single most fright-
ful danger that faces mankind, the
rise of gloomy iron orthodoxies,
warlike, whether apparently offen-
sive or defensive, ready to plunge
us all into the caverns of the prim-
itive, of the subhuman. We are
to |. no more men. We are to lii-
Makc your reservations now.
B'nai B'rith banquet, January 21st.
a horde. We are no more to think.
We are to obey. We are to be con-
scripts not only of the body, but
of the mind.
British imperialism ? Bad enough
measured by ideal standards in a
world of prophetic dreams. But in
this too human world which is so
manifestly entering a new dark age
we can afford to let the British
Empire take care of its own con-
science, (iandhi was not stamped
out. Meier Dizengoff was able to
rebuke the British government in
Palestine before all the world. We
shall fight Britain every inch of
the way for the redemption of
Eretz Yisrael. But it will be at
least a struggle between civilized
men, not between a state turned
into an inquisition and its abject
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B'nai B'rith banquet. January 21st.
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of the feature attraction at the Sev-
enth Avenue Theatre, starting next
Sunday. Assisting him is Rosa-
lind Russell, who has the leading
Congregation B'nai Israel will
hold Friday evening services at 8
o'clock. The sermon will be
"Rashi," by Rabbi Morris Baumel.
Readings by Miss Toby Rothblatt
and Sonya Haliczer on the same
subject. Saturday morning serv-
ices at 9; the lecture will be on
the portion of the law. Sunday
evening the public is invited to a
lecture to be given by Mr. Jacob
Adler, whose pen name is B. Kov-
ner. on "Development of Jewish
Humor and Satire."
Mr. and Mrs. N. Grauer of Cali-
fornia, Mrs. S. Wald of Youngs-
town, Ohio, Mrs. D. Rogosin of
San Francisco and Mrs. Clara Co-
han of Hamilton, Canada are
spending the winter here.
Mrs. J. Syrup and son, Robert,
of Chicago are the guests of her
mother, Mrs. Clara Williams.
Mr. B. Salimon of Flushing, N.
Y., is the guest of his sister, Mrs.
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