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■riday, September 13, 1940
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■ An independent Weekly Serving American Citizens of Jewish Faith
the Florida Jewish New* and The Jewish Citizen
■»The Oldest and Most Widely Circulated Jewish Publication
|J in this Territory”
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Member of THE Ji
I Lies Aboi
We’re pretty tired c
■bout “Jewish control ol
Hen going on for some time now. Father Coughlin and Wil-
Km Dudley Pelley and James True led the pack. And then
Hong came Charles A. Lindbergh to prove himself either
■ain stupid or a malicious liar or both by hinting the charg-
K on the radio. When Lindbergh said it he was mealy-
Houthed. He didn’t say Jews. He said a small, organized mi-
Hrity. Everyone knew whom he meant.
We don’t know where Lindbergh got his “facts.” Per-
Hps he classes himself, now, as an expert on public rela
■ons, publicity and the press. But if you look up his record,
Hu may disagree.
In any case, here are some facts on how the Jews “con
sol” the American organs of public opinion:
NEWSPAPERS—There has never been a complete sur-
Hy made on how many newspapers were owned or controlled
H Jews. Nobody ever thought one was necessary. But we’ll
Hke the ten biggest cities in the United States, first, and
He just how many of the largest and most influential papers
Hws control.
In New York City, with the largest Jewish population
■ any city in the world, two of the nine dailies, the Post and
He Times, are owned or controlled by Jews. The New York
■mes is generally regarded by newspapermen as the great-
Ht paper in the country. The New York Post, with a heri-
Hge dating to the great days of William Cullen Bryant, is
He new “newspaperman’s newspaper” of the country, climb-
Hg towards the lofty station of the old World.
~ As to the other New York dailies—the Herald-Tribune
■ run by the Ogden-Reid interests; the Mirror and the Jour
■al-American are owned by Hearst; Joseph Medill Patterson
Hns the News; the Sun is owned by a group headed by Wil-
Hm T. Dewart; and the World-Telegram is owned by
■ripos-Howard.
In Chicago, the second largest city, with the second
■rgest Jewish population, none of the dailies are owned or
■mtrolled by Jews. The Tribune is owned by Bertie McCor
mick, the News by Col. Frank Knox, the Times by S. E.
■homason and the Herald-American by Hearst.
■ln Philadelphia, two of the five
hvspapers are controlled by Jews
The Record by David Stem, as
(blic - spirited a publisher as
[ere is in America, and the En
|iirer by M. L. Annenberg, of
hom we don’t like to say much.
Going westward to California,
e find that neither in Los An
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geles nor San Francisco is there
a daily owned or controlled bj
Jews.
None of Detroit’s newspapers
are Jewish-owned or controlled.
Here in Washington, Eugene
Meyer, a Jew, owns the Post. He
bought it when it was moribund
THE SOUTHERN JEWISH WEEKLY
from the McLean interests, and its
popularity and prestige have sky
rocketed since. The Times-Herald
is owned by Eleanor Patterson, the
News by Scripps-Howard, and the
T verful Star by the Boyes fam
one of the Pittsburgh papers
vvned or controlled by Jews,
same goes for New Orleans
Boston.
o in the biggest cities, Mr.
dbergh, you can see that Jews
itrol only a small fraction of
: great and influential dailies,
d if you’d take the time to talk
the editors of Editor and Pub
her, the newspaper trade jour
1, you’ll find that in smaller
vvns and cities and villages the
tmber of Jewish-owned papers
infinitesimal.
HOLLYWOOD—If you look ov
the roster of the heads of the
3at film companies, you can’t
ip say, “Well, here, anyway, is
industry controlled by the
ws.”
If you said that twelve years
;o, you’d have been partly right.
Jews like Sam Goldwyn and
ouis B. Mayer were the first to
nvest in films, and they reaped
-he first profits. But they kept
ploughing their money back into
Hollywood, and when the depress
ion came, it pretty nearly wrecked
them.
Now, bankers own—and control
Hollywood, and very few of
them are Jews.
The Gianinni interests control
United Artists; R.K.O. is owned
by a Boston financial group;
Twentieth Century-Fox is in the
vaults of the Chase National Bank
of New York; and Metro-Goldwyn-
Mayer is in the hands of the Na
tional City Bank. Paramount is
the only company which could
still be called Jewish-controlled,
but there are more Gentiles—in
cluding the all-powerful Steve
Lynch—on its management board
than there are Jews.
And anything that comes out of
Hollywood has to be approved by
the Hays office, and very likely
by the Catholic Legion of Decency,
just to make sure.
RADIO lt’s true that David
Sarnoff is Chairman of the Board
of the National Broadcasting Com
pany and it is also true that Wil
liam S. Paley is president of Col
umbia Broadcasting System, and
it is true that both of them are
Jews. Upon this fragile structure
men like Coughlin have built the
fiction that the radio is controlled
by Jews. Here are the facts, as re
lated to this writer by Martin Co
del, the editor of Broadcasting
Magazine:
Sarnoff owns less than one per
cent of the stock of Radio Corpor
ation of America, which wholly
owns N. B. C. He’s president of
RCA, but not a single member of
the Board of Directors of RCA Is
a Jew. They’re Wall Street blue
bloods, dominated by the Rockefel
ler interests.
Os the 850 radio stations in the
United States fewer than thirty
are owned, controlled or operated
by Jews. Os the thirty, twenty are
in New York and Philadelphia.
There are no Jewish-owned or con
trolled radio stations in Chicago,
Boston, Los Angeles, San Fran
cisco, Detroit, or Washington.
The Mutual Broadcasting Sys
tem is just what the name implies;
it’s run through cooperation of in
dividual stations.
The Columbia system, headed by
Paley, is pretty largely owned by
Jews. But it should be remembered
that no individual station is forced
to take any network program.
Finally, let’s not forget that
when Lindbergh made his damag
ing, false charge that Jews were
running the sources of public opin
ion of the United States, it was
CBS that broadcast the speech.
(Pat Frank)
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cal of other men, and if they can
still love other men, this shows
that the character of these other
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Besides, they must find great
virtues in other men in order to
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For what is God’s concern in
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acquired worthy attributes he is
deserving of the love of God.
Secretly, every man wants some
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therefore he is anxious to have
at least the love of one other per
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There are persons who try their
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