The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
April 10, 1931
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Frequency:
weekly
regular

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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Vol. IV.-No. XV.


Miami


Announcements n

MIAMI
JEWISH ORTHODOX THE J]
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox) '
1545 S. W. 3rd Street Turn to
ISAAC M. WAPNER Turn to Pa
Rabbi ...,,
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early services will begin at
6:15 and will be followed by Many J s A n
the late services at 8:15 y J Att
when Rabbi Isaac M. Wapner Orthodox Services
well preach the sermon on
"Swift punishment following
Disobedience" as exemplified Large crowds attended the
by this week's portion of the Passover services at the Mi-
Law, will be discussed by the ami Jewish Orthodox congre-
Rabbi as an example to mod- nation during the past week.
ern dispensers of justice. On the last day of Passover,
The usual Saturday morn- last Thursday the Synagogue
ing services will begin at 9 a. was crowded to capacity and
m. and the afternoon services listened to a sermon in Yid-
at 6:15 p. m. dish and English on "Yizkor."
Registration for the sum- A brief address of welcome
mer semester of the Talmud was made by Mr. J. Louis
Torah will begin Sunday and Shochet on behalf of the con-
all are urged to have their gregation. Cantor Nathan
children registered so that Wroobel chanted the services
they may start at the begin- No appeal for funds was made
ning of the new term. because of the excellent fin-
ancial condition of the con-
Sgregation. However spontan-
CONG. BETH DAVID eous contributions netted the
(Conservative) Congregation a considerable
139 N. W. Third Avenue sum during the morning's
S. M. MACHTEI services.
Rabbi Plans are now being made
The usual early Friday for the training of a choir
evening sriceswil begin at for "Shvuoth" and the High
evening services will begmi at Holid;a;s and all those esir-.
6:00 p. m. with the late ser- Holidays and all those desir-
vices at 8:15 p. m. when the ing to enroll are urged to
Rabbi will preach the sermon give their names to Cantor
6n "Strange Fires." He will Nathan Wroobel of the Con-
on "Strange Fires." He will t n. The choir will be
deal with the strange fires gregation. The choir will be
kindled by the two sons of under the supervision and in
Aaron at the altar and the charge of the well known
Aaro th elta musician, Martin Chochom.
punishment of death that was musician, Marti Chochom.
immediately visited upon
them because of their dis- Horticulturists To
obedience. Hold Convention
The services will be chant- H
ed by Cantor Louis Hayman. I -
On Sunday registration for The Forty-Fourth Annual
the new term of theTalmud Meeting of the Florida State
Torah will begin as the new Horticultural Society will ue
semester begins immediately held in Miami, April 14, 15,
after the Passover Holidays. 16, and 17.
An unusually good pro-
gram has been arranged,
TEMPLE ISRAEL of MIAMI every phase of citrus grow-
(Reform) ng the handling and market-
137 N. E. 19th Street ing of citrus fruits, will re-
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN ceive attention. The culture
Rabbi of avacados, papayas and
Friday evening services at other sub-tropical fruits will
Temple Israel, 137 N. E. 19th be discussed. Canning. and
street, at 8:15. The subject marketing of citrus fruit
of Dr. Kaplan's lecture will juices, and frozen citrus
be "Religion Can Give You juices, as well as many other
Nothing." Bible class will interesting subjects will be
meet in Dr. Kaplan's study covered by able and experi-
on Wednesday morning, April enced horticulturists.
15th, at 10:00 o'clock. The Sessions will be held in
the dining room, 17th floor of
the Columbus hotel.
CONG. BETH JACOB The Florida Rose Society
(Orthodox) will hold its annual meeting
L. AXELROAD during the Horticultural So-
lABbI city Session and the Sixth
311 Wasla.teC Aveane Annual Rose Show will be
h m staged in the parlors of the
The early services begin at Columbus hotel, on April 15
6:00 p. m. Friday evening and and 16,
there will be nio latte- eices, President John S. Taylor,
these having been discotin- of Largo, will preside at the


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On Satun r-torn the Presidents F. Pool of Lake
services b lter6Ity at 9 Alfred, and Win. I Wilson
a m. and Rabbi aru Axel. of Panama City. The Secre-
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JEWISH NEWS
THROUGHOUT


Rome, Italy The Jewish
scholar, Fried of Carpathian
Russia has been appointed
Librarian of the Hebrew di-
vision of the Vatican Library
Fried accepted the position as
Librarian with the provision
that he be provided with
kosher food, a daily Minyan
to pray, and that he be per-
mitted to observe all Satur-
days and Jewish festivals.
The Papal authorities approv-
ed these conditions.

Italian Jewry is now uni-
fied under a government de-
cree known as "The Jewish
Communities Law." The ad-
ministration of Jewish relig-
ious and social affairs will be
conducted by the Federation
of Jewish Communities and
the Rabbinical Council. Every
Italian Jew will be required
to belong to a recognized syn-
agogue and take an active
part in Jewish affairs. In the
event of a Jew who wishes t-)
withdraw his allegiance to
Judaism, it will be permitted
on condition that public an-
nouncement be made to that
effect.

Italy is now celebrating the
centennial of the invention of
matches by an Italian Jew,
Sansone Valobra. Owing to
Valobra's faith, he was not
officially recognized as the
originator of this useful in-
ventor until 1831.
A most interesting scienti-
fic event took place in Paris
recently due to the kindness
of Baron Rothschild. He pre-
sented the French nation with
the "Baron Edmond de Roth-
schild Institute of Physico-
Chemical Biology, which cost
about 15,000,000 francs to
construct.
A Bill prohibiting the State
of New York or any municip-
ality thereof from calling or
holding examinations on Jew-
ish Sabbaths or Holy Days
has been introduced into the
New York State Legislature
by Assemblyman Abert D.
Schanzer of the Second Dis-
trict, Brooklyn.
Religious Jew in Vienna
have suffered a severe losp
by the death recently of Rab-
bi Dr. Adolf Schwartz, rector
of the Jewish TlBologieal
Seminary of Viemna. He we
esteemed for his profound
knowledge of the Tamud and
regarded s ae
jty on the
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Large Amount Is
Raised By Appeal

As a result of an appeal
made last Thursday by Rev.
Z. H. Masliansky and Rabbi
Lazarus Axelrod of the Beth
Jacob Miami Beach Congre-
gation, more than thirty five
hundred dollars was pledged
by residents and tourists of
Miami Beach. This sum is to
be used towards the erection
of a community centre on the
lot adjoining the synagogue
of the Congregation. Harry
I. Lipton, prominent attorney
is president of the Synagog.

Agency Campaign
Is To Begin Soon

In connection with the
plans being worked out by
the local campaign commit-
tee prior to the inauguration
of the Jewish Agency cam-
paign for $1,000 in the Great-
er Miami district, Mr. Harry
Simonhoff, prominent attor-
ney and president of the local
Zionist District will address
the Miami Chapter of Senior
Hadassah on Monday after-
noon at the Robert Clay hotel.
He will discuss the plans for
the campaign and the part
that the Hadassah chapter is
to take to help realize the
goal to be reached.

Community Leader
Named On Board

Representing the Miami
Chamber of Commerce on the
tax budget committee consist-
ing of two representatives of
the City Commission, County
Commission and Tax paying
bodies, is Day J. Apte, one of
the officers of the Chamber
of Commerce.
Mr. Apte is also president
of the Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau, and is president of Tem-
ple Israel and a member of
the Board of officers of the
Atlanta Home for Orphans.

Two Days Left For
Poll Tax Payment

With only two days left for
the payment of poll taxes for
participation in the City pri.
mary of May 5th, predictions 1
of an. eceedingly light vote '
continued to be made in pol- i
itical cireles.
Bob Simpsro, county taiI


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BY ERNEST CAMP a


Kddie Kapers
Even hit-and-run drivers are
go;ng miniature.
Over in Brooklyn, patrolwoman
Winifred Lenihan was felled by a
hit-and-run kiddie car just as she
was leaving a hospital after ques-
tioning a woman patient. She was
but a short distance from the
building when a kiddie car, piloted
by an unidentified youngster with
a fondness for breaking all kiddie
car speed limits, knocked her off
her feet and whizzed away.
Being conveniently near the
hospital, she retraced her steps
and received treatment for a lacer-
ated knee.
Happy New Year 4884
It was a great day for tourists
Feb. 17 when all Chinatown cele-
brated the coming of the new year
4884.
Two silk dragons, carrying the
leaders of the two tongs concealed
within them, stalked through the
streets. Into the mouths of the
hideous looking creatures were
tossed dollar bills wrapped in cab-
bage leaves, a quaint Chinese (no,
not Spanish) custom of collecting
tribute for the tongs. Gaunt
musicians struck brass cymbals
together in monotonous rhythm, a
bass drum kept up a steady boom-
ing, and a boy, marching at the
head of the procession, pulled a
chain through a perforated sheet
of tin.
Policemen from three precincts
stoo ready to que .&~p. Mibi
tong war, but none occurred. A
tong member, interviewed, said
that they couldn't afford a war
now anyway, on account of the
business depression. "We ain't
got no money for a tong war,"
was the way he put it.
Too Much Melican
In spite of the gaudy display, a
spokesman of one of the tongs de-
clared that it was not an authen-
tic festival. He said that the
flags were made on Sixth Avenue
ana that some of the men who
carried banners wore wrist
watches and said "O. K." when
told to lift them higher. He also
complained that the children in
the streets merely laughed at the
dragons and were more interested
in the preserved strips of ginger
and cocoanut which they were giv-
en to eat.
After the celebration was over,
the glass-topped buses from up-
town began to arrive, sightseers
swarmed into basement restau-
rants and an automatic piano be-
gan playing "A Little Kiss Each
Morning." Chinatown became
once more just another section of
New York.
Traveler's Aid.
Sixty motor cars were formally
blessed and sprinkled with holy
water by a group of priests at the
Church of the Holy Family. It is
the first time that such a cere-
mony has been held in the city,
although some motorists follow
the European custom of placing
a medallion of the patron saint of
travelers on the dashboard as a
protection against accident.
The edifice has been nicknamed
'church of the motorists," simce
the installation of a shrine there
to Saint Christopher. Motorists
nay make appointments. with the
Miests at the church to have their
cars blessed at other times.
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DEPTHS
Divers can now go to unheard-
of depths by the use of a mixture
of oxygen and helium to breathe,
instead of ordinary air. The great-
est danger to workers under pres-
sure, as in diving suits and in
deep caissons or tunnels, is the
escape of nitrogen fro mthe com-
pressed air into the blood and tis-
sues, forming bubbles which set
up a serious illness ,often result-
ing in death, when the workers
return to normal pressure.
The U. S. Bureau of Mines has
been experimenting with the heli-
um-oxygen mixture and finds that
it serves as well as normal air for
breathing purposes, while the hel-
ium is not absorbed into the body
as nitrogen is.
This discovery may result in the
recovery of treasure from the
wrecks of many ships which lie
too deep on the ocean bed to be
reached by diving methods now in
use.
CALENDARS
It is on the cards that sometime
-perhaps in five years, perhaps
in fifty, we shall have a new cal-
endar. Everybody who has to do
with the present method of divid-
ing the year agrees that it is very
clumsy and uneconomical. Some
are for making a radical change
at once to a thirteen-month sys-
tem, which many business houses
now use in computing their own
budgets and making their own
comparative analyses of business
conditions. Others believe that
would be too much of a change,
and prefer to take two bites at
the chbeery
Not until the League of Nations,
the Pope, the Anglican church,
the leaders of the Jewish religion
and the head of the Mohammedan
church agree will there be any
radical change from the present!
calendar.
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EINSTEIN
Back in his home in Germany,'
Einstein, the great scientist, tells
what he thinks of the United
States.
"A land of cooperative effort,"
he says, "quite different from our
individualistic Europe. Everybody
does team-work."
That is not the conception many
people have of America. We think
of Europe as a hotbed of Social-
ism if not Communism, and of our
own country as a place where ev-
erybody goes his own way with-
out giving enough attention ot his
neighbor's problems.
Probably both points of view
are both right and wrong. Pro-
fessor E.nstein saw, principally.
only nen of science, working to-
gether in laboratories ahd univer-
sities. Their methods may be
much more cooperative than those
common in business, without signi-
fying any such wide-spread team-
work as the good Professor at-
tributes to our whole people. And
it may well be that we bear a
great deal more about Commun-
ism than the facts warrant, be-
cause it is more sensational than
the fact that most Europeans go
strictly about their own business
and let other people alone.
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HEREDITY
Talent rms in families, says Ar-
tihur D. Howdem-Smith, who has:
writtmt the biographies of aeveral
framine Americans. He points to
the Adams family, which aa giv-
em the country two Presidents, cm
or two fains diplamata and the
prneent Secretary of the Navy, as
well as a great nhlomehr and
several hm Another tainted
S. e Pr1 int bto its credit and
three meike wow public ..I-
vice, G nor of New York
S another us Gsweror of Porto ice
S ad a third ax A am~dr to Ais-
tria. The Du Pems of Delawrue
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banking through four generations, after they had one they decided er but that public money does not
The first Cornelius Vanderbilt that the church had nothing to do flow nearly so rapidly into private
seems to have transmitted his driv- with marriage, which was purely pockets.
ing energy and much of his en- a civil contract, and it was not This is a good time for taxpay-
gineering talent as well as his bus- until 60 years or so after the set- ers to be inquisitive about how
iness ability to all of his eleven tlement of New England that any their tax money is spent.
children and most of their descen- marriage was performed in the *
dents. The La Follettes as a family colony by a minister. HARVEST
have made a great start toward These two divergent points of HARVEST R
establishing a "dynasty." view account for the differences Just one hundred years ago, in
In Europe families like those of opinion in respect of divorce, 1831. the first harvester was de-
would constitute the ruling class, also. If marriage is regarded as monstrated by Cyrus Hall McCor-
But for every representative of a a civil contract it can be dissolved mick before a group of farmers
talented family in active public by the civil power; if it is a God- of Rockledge County Virginia.
life here, we have a thousand who given sacrament only God can dis- McCormick's invention has been
came up by their own unaided ef- solve it. So long as there are two called the pivot on which the in-
forts, including such outstanding opposing opinions on the subject, 'lustrial revolution turned. By
examples as Chief Justice Huges, held by such large numbers on making it possible for fewer to
Alfred E. Smith and Herbert both sides, marriage birth control feed more people in the towns,
Hoover, and divorce will be debatable sub- released labor from agriculture to
A ects. work in the engineering industries.
MARRIAGE Wh -\re it took three-quarters of
The action of the Federaated (RAFT the population, a century ago, to
Council of Churches of Christ in Whether there is any more feed themselves and the other
America in declaring that there is graft and corruption on the part one-quarter, now all of the people
nothing incompatible with the of politicians in the big cities. in can be feed by the labor of only
Christian religion in birth control, proportion to population, than one-tenth of their number.
brings out sharply the contrast there is in many smaller commun- The overproduction of agricul-
between Protestant and Catholic ities, is a question to which no- tural commodities, from which the
teachings about marriage and its body can give a satisfactory ans- whole world is suffering today, is
concomitants. wer. It dooes not adways take due to failure to control the agri-
The Catholic church teaches that the same form, but it is curious cultural machine's output. Many
marriage is a sacrament and that how prosperous many rural sher- remedies are proposed. The one
to interfere with any of the natur- iffs, supervisors and selectmen be which seems most likely to cure
al consequences of marriage is come. the situation, if it can be applied,
against the will of God. The Pro- Several cities which have abol- is the Farm Board's program of
testant sects uniformly deny that. ished the old system of electingI limitation of acreage in the staple
The Plymouth colonists, to their administrative officials, em- crops.
whom almost all American Protes- playing a city manager instead, Today, the more all of the farm-
tantism traces, had no minister report that not only is the ex- ers grow the less each of them
at all for several years, but even pense to the taxpayers much low- makes. It is a curious paradox


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FLYING
More air-miles of travel
paid for by the people of the
ed States in the past year
any previous twelve-month.
ness men and others are ge
the habit of flying from city
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the fastest trains take five hou
The airplane does it in two.
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VOL. rV.--NO. XV.
FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1931

The Haym Salomon
Monument and the
Controversy.
Why did not Max J. Koh-
ler, Esq., speak up thirty
years ago in 1901, and since,
seeing as he no doubt did that
Haym Salomon was given
credit in the Jewish Encyclo-
pedia for helping with his
money "to equip and main-
tain the armies of the Revo-
lution?" Why did he wait un-
til a date was set for the
erection of a monument to
that hero of the Revolution
before coming out with a
statement tending to dis-
parage the undertaking
chiefly on the ground that he
thinks he has conclusive evi-
dence that the posthumous
son of that hero made claims
which he could not honestly
substantiate.
SMaking all the admissions,
however, which Mr. Kohler
does concerning the great
services of Haym Salomon to
the cause of the Revolution,
and knowing that notwith-
standing the huge sums of
money which Salomon "man-
ipulated" for the Revolution-
ary Government (regardless
of the question as to how
much he lent this govern-
ment), he yet laid his hands
on none of it but died a poor
man-would he not render
America a service by having
all Americans learn' vividly
and clearly that a Jew, yes,
even a Jew!, contrary to the
wholesale accusations made
against hin for "greed" and
"grasping" nature can be and
has ever been wholeheartedly
devoted to his country even
when such devotion affects
his pocket and his health!
Mr. Kohler admits as sub-
stantially true "that a great
part of the success that Rob-
ert Morris attained in his fin-
anoial schemes wSjo due tod
the skill and ability of Haym
Salomon;" that James Madi-
son "might have been com-
pelled to retire from Con-
gress, had not Salomon lent
money to him knowing that
it was "extremely doubtful
if it could ever be repaid;"
that he gave similar help to
Thomas Jefferson and ever
so many statesmen who later
figured largely in thd various
departments of government;
that Haym Salomon made
himself personally liable by
indorsing paper "for the gov-
ernment .... aarently in
'large sums;" ththe was at
'the same time a constructive-
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A perfect man, say the
clothiers who have selected
one, is 28 years of age; but of
course, he being a man, they
will have to select a new one
every year.

Teacher-The Chinese get
opium from their poppies.
Bright Pupil Where do
their papas get it?
*
The Jailer-So you got the
goods on that fellow you Just
brought in?
The Constable-You bet I
have. An' they ain't dry goods
either.
*
One should make allow-
ances for youthful folly. The
cat, the gravest of all ani-
mals, is the most frisky when
young.
*
A Detroit bandit who spec-
ialized in robbing shoe stores
was pinched last week.,
*
France is said to have de-
veloped. a blue potato. Over
in this country we have a lot
of blu6 potato farmers.
*
Ungratefulness is one of
the meanest traits of human-
ity.


ly conscious Jew, helping in
the erection of the first syn-
agogue in Philadelphia, serv-
ing as its president, promot-
ing Jewish education, etc.
knowingg, as he no doubt,
does' that he cannot point to
a text book of American His-
tory studied in the elemen-
tary or high schools or col-
lege that gives due credit to
the service of Jews to the
cause and interests of Amer-
ica, why does Mr. Kohler try
to interfere with the first ob-
ject lesson which will tend to
correct the errors of omission
and the prejudice of writers
of history who are supposed
to be historians by writing
the truth concerning the past
objectively?
Whatever be the motives
of Mr. Kohler in waking up
in the eleventh hour with his
outcries against an unheard
of honor to a Jew, be he Pol-
ish or any other origin-
there are sufficient reasons
for making Haym Salomon
an object lesson of patriotism
for every school child and col-
lege student of whatever
creed or nationality. And if
more students would read the
biography of Haym Salomon
by Charles Edward Russell,
winner of the Pulitzerbiog-
raphy prize, whom Kohler
himself calls "a well-known
historian and journalist," so
much the better for the
America of tomorrow.


THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN -i.G
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107 SOUTH MIAMI AVE It was necessary for taxa-
107 SOUTH MIAMI AVE. ton purposes to decide on
o6 *6 which., side of the Canadian
and United States border of
J. LOUIS SHOCHET, aEdlr a farm, which an old lady had
P. o. Box 3973 just purchased, actually lay.
Miami, Florida Phone 2-1183 Surveyors finally announced
WEST PALM BACH OFFICE: that the farm was just on
414 Erht stne the American side of the bor-
n.. S~Bnhwark, fenuwautM der.
The old lady smiled with
Entered as second ctls matter, relief. d
July 4th, 1980, at the PF~t Office 'm so glad to know that,"
at Miami, Florida, under the act so glad to know that,
of March 8, 1879. she said. "I've heard that
winters in Canada are often
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tobe. I am very sure my patient would have ad had it
Culture is the butter of the not been for the timely use of'the alcoholic stimulant, which
wellbred. was here simplest, best! My moral is, I permit Sn theory
to step between me and the man ho 'trusts me :Wtth his
Love and a canal boat ae life. I denaad freedom in cases like this.
both internal t ort Some people prune their .If out of sirht is rSl rem t
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The convict one chain gat logical trees by cutting of f .dJ, then all hliad p. .
is always ,tthed to l e poor relations. ie .mut be isab .
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work.
So The man who gets a black. he tatrical dhaiat i
Why is dlr. sop i4 e always seas it. both paiaed and pi~aent.
ways on the groq floor q4 ** *
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I took my sorrow in my hand
And tossed it into the lake, HOME TOWN
And it came rippling back to I was at Deerfield Academy visiting my boy, and on
land, the way back I had an hour between trains at Northamp-
Singing for your sake. ton. It was Sunday evening. The main street was almost
Deserted. I walked into a side street and past the little two-
I took my sorrow between family house where Calvin Coolidge lived until a few weeks
my lips ago.
And blew it into the sea, I went around to the old building in which he and his
To have it sailing in swift law partner used to have their modest offices. I stood in
ships front of the square town hall. It was interesting to think
Back again to me. of the days when he was mayor. One could picture him
coming slowly up the street after breakfast.
I took my sorrow into the 'Morning, Cal," people would say.
wood 'Morning," he would answer.
So far the world could not And a stranger in the town would probably have ex-
follow, claimed: "Is that your mayor, that quiet little fellow? He
And there we learned life's doesn't look like much."
hardihood If any one had suggested that the quiet little fellow
In the dusk of a desolate might one day be President of the United States, the laugh-
hollow. ter would have echoed from one end of Main Street to the
other.
So now we're friends, my A few years later, when Coolidge had become governor
sorrow and I, of Massachusetts, a merchant in Boston named Frank'-
I hold him close to my Stearns began to make the presidential suggestion. He came
heart, to New York and persuaded a few of us Amherst graduates
And though we live or though that the thing was not impossible.
we die, Even then the idea was usually greeted with smiles,
Never we two shall part. especially by folks in Massachusetts. "That's all right for
you fellows in New York," they said. "But distance lends
Its towers may boast,.its enchantment. We are his neighbors; we know him."
steel and stones talk And one of the wisest men in the Commonwealth re-
well, marked to the son of Frank Stearns: "Calvin Coolidge is
Its trade resound with loud nothing but a figment of your father's imagination."
acclaim around. 'It's a wonderful thing to realize that Greatness is
Its parks and gardens hold a growing up somewhere around us all the time-that the
magic spell. most unprepossessing freckled boy may be a future con-
With all success materially be queror. Unfortunately, most of us can never believe that
crowned, the home town could possibly produce anything better than
Yet, if its people neither ourselves.
feel nor care,
And touched by no good spirit e e
live and die,
Taking for granted every
day that's fair
And have no rule of faith to 4 O *
guide them by--
Why, if such plight o'er- p
tt*e it, then I sayJON OSPH G tNES.D
All is in vain and it is even
worse FIELD NOTES
Than those beleaguered of The physician who is literally "in the harness," encoun-
the heathen day ters many very stern difficulties as he goes about doing the
Which bore, deserved, the best he can for suffering humanity. His is a hand-to-hand
eldest primal curse. encounter with his brother's arch-foes, disease and death.
He has little time for sentiment or empty theories; none for
There is no duty on the political debate; his purpose is embodied in the one prin-
wool the candidate pulls over ciple, that of relief for suffering and the conquering of af-
the eyes of the voters, fliction, fighting even to death's door.
A few days ago I was called to the bedside of a man
The hen is a good example seventy-five years of age; he had been indisposed two or
of perseverance, but an ex- three days previous and had supposed he hbd a "cold. A
ample you can't always set. 'yar ago he had had an attack of "dropsy," of ieart and renal
origin; from this he had only in part recovered. He was a
The man who has money very poor risk for the case of "flu," which he had mistaken
to throw at the birds is al- for a severe cold.
ways afraid of straining hi I found him with a well-established case of broncho-
wrist. 'pneumonia; the linnets" were chirping all over one side of
the chest; fever and disturbed breathing; a very irregular
If delusions would make a heart, with feeble pulse at the wrist; cool extremities; 'fog-
man happy, what a jolly old gy" mental condition; in fact, a condition that boded one
world this would be for mar1 chance in ten for recovery, which at. best meant the meager
ried men. tlestenee of an enfeebled old man-but he had a right tZ
that! It was my affair, my business to keep him alive for
Beauty would be more than his aged wife and other loved ones, as long as possible.
skin deep if the average feb Dear reader, I prescribed alcoholic stimulants, to be
male complexion could be combined with nourishment; fire cannot burn long without
figured in the deal. fuel. He used a pint of whiskey in the next four days! 4It
was not a very difficult matter to control the cough-to
Don't delude yourself with keep the temperature within safe limits. Today the old
the idea that there is a good man is recovering at least usual health.
looking woman in the world Neither I nor my aged patients are "wets." We are-no
who doesn't know it. wetter than you, dear sir, I care not how "dry" you claim


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At the last meeting of the
A. Z. A. (junior Bnai Brith
organization) c o m m i t t ees
were appointed for the work
of the organization as fol-
lows; Membership: Max She-
mer, Harold Tannenbaum
and d redKahn. Program:
Harold Tannenbaum, Ellis
Klein and Bernard Katz. Ini-
tiation: Milton Friedman,
Max Shemer and Harold Tan-
nenbaum. Finance: Paul Los-
ner, Stanley C. Myers, and
Milton Friedman. Athletic:
Max Shemer, Bernard Wen-
traub and Bernard Katz.
Property: Alfred Kahn and
Alvin Richter.
At the next meeting of the
organization which will be
held at Kaplan hall, there will
be an initiation of members.




chapter of Hadassah. These
baskets were provided by the
Welfare committee of the
Miami Chapter of the Senior
Council of Jewish Women of
which Mrs. P. Scheinberg is
chairman.
*S


At the election of officers
for the next year for the Sis-
terhood of Temple Israel Mrs.
Isaac Levine, president; Mrs.
Louis Zeientz, first vice
president, Mrs. H. H. Miller,
second vice president; Mrs.
H. R. Klein, financial secre-
tary; Mrs. Si Mendelson,
Treasurer; Mrs. Ben Watts,
recording secretary; Mrs. I.
L. Rosendorf, corresponding
secretary and Mrs. Harry
Rubin, Auditor. For trustees
for the three year term the
following were chosen: Mes-
dames Adolph Wertheimer,
Leonard Epstein and Bert L.
Reisner. For the two year
term Mesdames I. L. Selig-
man, H. I. Homa and J. A.
Richter. For the one year
term Mesdames Marvin Bron-
ndr, B. Feldman and D. J.
Apte.
A* *
The Sisterhood of Temple
Israel will sponsor a Straw-
berry Festival Bridge on
Wednesday, April 15th, at
2:30 p. m., in the beautiful
gardens of the Blackstone
hotel. Arrangements are in
charge of a committee headed
by Mrs. Mendel Cromer who
will be assisted by the follow-
ing: Mesdames Jacob H.
Kaplan, I. L Seligman, Jack
Bernstein, B. L Reianer, H.
H. Miller, J. N. Morris, Mar-
viN Bronner, A. Goldsmith,
Tobias Simon, H. H. Klein-
man and H. Baru. Pries will
be given for high scores anid
refreshments will be served.
A residents and visitors to
this district are urd and
cordially invited to attend.
*


Beth David Sisterhood is
aeorura a bride for the
ienflt of its Talmad Torah,
at the bome of Mrse Lewis
Brhow, its president 1900 N.
W. 35t areet, Friday
1 at 2:00 2* .
w bm l Iw B ew and
ILL L. Faurr w be the
1Am-n those who
5 e as remervati ns for


tables to this bridge are Mes-
dames: P. Scheinberg, J.
Katz, Marvin Bronner, Al
Seiden, Morris Dubler, Men-
del Cromer, Max Ghertler,
Louis Weinkle, Samuel Weis-
sel, R. Yunis, Samuel Arono-
witz, S. J. Spector, I. Tannen-
baum, Isidore Cohen, Charles
Markowitz, Stanley C. Myers,
Max Aronowitz. Prizes will
be given for high scores and
refreshments will be served.

The meeting of the Beth
David Sisterhood will be held
on Wednesday, April 15th, at
2:30 p. m. at the Beth David
Hall, when there will be a
luncheon at noon, followed by
a Board meeting at 1 p. m.
and a meeting of the entire
membership at 2:15 p. m.
when election of officers will
take place. All members are
urged to be present.
*
The Council of Jewish Wo-
men will hold its regular
meeting at Kaplan hall, on
April 22nd, at 2:30 p. m.,
when election of officers for
the next term will be held. All
members are urged to be pre-
sent promptly and take part
in the deliberations of this
important meeting.
*


The card party of the Lad-
ies Auxiliary of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion was held at the vestry
rooms of the Synagogue last
Sunday night when Mrs. Na-
than Wroobel and Mrs. S. Le-
vin were the hostesses.
There was a splendid at-
tendance and prizes were giv-
en to the highest scores at
each table. Refreshments
were served in Passover style.
S* *0
Last week's program on
the Jewish Radio Hour includ-
ed some of the favorites
whose work is already well
and favorably known to the
radio audiences. Mrs. Evelyn
Raff who sang several selec-
tions and accompanied herself
at the piano excelled in
Dvorak's "Down de Road."
Mrs. Samuel Resnick sang
two selections and she was
accompanied by Mrs. Evelyn
Raff at the piano. Martin
Chochom sang several selec-
tions including two Jewish
songs and he was accompan-
ied at the piano by Mrs. Elsa
Fairchild who is a newcomer
to the Radio fans. Another
newcomer who excelled and
whose renditions weae receiv-
ed with a great deal of en-
thusiasm was Miss Gertrude
Kaplan who was accompanied
by Madam Fairchild. Her
rendition of "Estrellita" was
exceedingly beautiful. James
Merrill at the piano accom-
aning Lewis Merlin in three
aads gave as pretty a ren-
diton of popular music as has
been heard recently. Cantor
Nathan Wroobel sang a syna-
gogal number for which he
has received a great deal of
appmlmaue
A special meeting of the
Friendship League wil be
held on Monday evening,
A rl 13th. at the o bme of
i Dothy Karp, 131 &
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FLORIDIAN w"1'
SAril th, Fred Cohen, Miami attor- A ver 6- nt
Sforvisitor ney, will address the mer- of the edle 'Auxn
y the Friend- bers. Talks will be given by the Miami Jeweish O
f Miami, at thenew and retiring officers. Congregation will be hd~
;, on the 17th The new officers are Jerry the vestry rooms of the
agrees bldg., Cohen, superior; Irwin Jaffe, agogue, 1545 S. W. 3rd
until 1:00 a. vice superior; Gene Roth, re- next Tuesday evening,
14th at 8:00 en j All
ovelties and cording secretary; Alvin bers are urge to attend
awarded in- Walder, corresponding secre- listen to the plans foyr
fox trot and tary; Hanry Mendel, treasur- summer activities of the A
ill be peppy er; Alfred Kurtzeh, sergeant- iliary.
od orchestra. _..... -i ieonrgF Reich- ---- --


On Wednesday:
a farewell dance
is being given b;
ship League of
their club rooms
floor of the Co
from 9:00 p. m.
m. Favors, ni
prizes will be
eluding a prize
waltz. There w
music by a goi
The public is ir
enjoyable time.
*


Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Schon-
field have left for New York
City to attend the marriage
of their daughter Jane' to Mr.
Michael Cantor of New Jer-
sey. The marriage will take
place next week and the cere-
mony will be performed at the
Broadway Central Hotel, New
York. The Schonfields are ac-
companied by their daughter
and son-in-law Dr. and Mrs.
Geo. J. Gerson who have been
visiting here recently, and
who will return to their home
in Baltimore immediately af-
ter the ceremony.
*
The next meeting of the
Loyalty Club of the Emunah
Chapter will be held at the
home of Mrs. Fannie Pepper,
1941 N. W. Flagler Terrace.
All members are urged to at-
tend this important business
meetings.
*
Last night the Emunah
Chapter of the 0. E. S. had as
its guest Rabbi Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan of Temple Israel who
made the address of the
evening. A musical program
was presented and refresh-
ments were served at the
close of the business meeting.
*


At the Yizkor services held
at Beth Jacob Congregation
Miami Beach yesterday Rev.
Z. H. Masliansky made a
stirring address, following the
address of Rabbi Lazarus
Axelroad. An appeal for
funds received quite a fine
response. The services during
the entire Passover Holidays
were chanted by Cantor Boris I
Schlachman.
An installation banquet
for the new officers of the
national Phi Epsilon Pi fra-
ternity of the University of
Miami will be given Friday
evening at the Coral Gables
Country club. Dancing will
follow in the patio.


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Mr. Harry Freeman, the
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The Senior Chapter of Ha-
assah will hold a board meet-
ng next Monday, April 13th,
t 1:30 p. m., at the Robert
lay hotel. This will be fol-
owed by a meeting of the
organization at which the re-
ort of the nominating com-
ittee headed by Mrs. Sam
imonhoff will be received
A! members are urged to at-
end this meeting because of
he important business that
ill be transacted.
*


Miss Frances Kane, who
has appeared almost every
week on our radio program,
playing, singing or accom-
panying, took a leading part
in the Mae Rose Revue at
the Temple Theatre recent-
ly, doing a solo number and
being in six choruses. She did
a Spanish dance at the Wash-
ington Irving Fiesta held last
Friday evening at Miami Sen-
ior High School, which was
warmly applauded, and she
danced Tuesday afternoon for
the Mana Zucca club. Se will
repeat her Spanish dance on
the Pan American program,
to be given at Bay Front
Park, next Tuesday evening,
and will \also be in several
choruses.
Frances is in the Miami
University Girls' Glee Club,
which has appeared at all the
schools in Miami and adja-
cent cities throughout the
winter, being Topsy, the
blackface buck dancer in the
club's sketch, and her hum-
orous antics and fast tap
dancing never fail to amuse
her audience.
*
KEY WEST SOCIETY
NOTES
On Friday night, April 3rd,
at 8:00 p. m. the doors of the
B'nai Zion Synagogue were
closed while inside a closely-
packed congregation assem-
bled to witness the Bar Mitz-
va of Harry Weintraub, son
of Mr. ahd Mrs. B. Weintraub
of Elizabeth street.
*
Friday night's services,
under the direction of Rabbi
R. Rachmiel were shortened
to permit more time for the
Bar Mitzva. Following the
services, Rabbi Rachmiel in-
troduced his talented pupil
Harry Weintraub to the mem-
bers, many of whom had been
present at his former reading
of the "Megillah"-as "A new
soldier in the Jewish camp"
and "A living monument of
his efforts." Harry first de-
livered his speech in well-ren-
dered Hebrew, putting all his
boyish enthusiasm and many
years of preparation into the
delivery, which he after-
wards translated into Jewish
and finally into English, an
accomplishment few boys of
thirteen can boast of. Ap-
preciation of his new respon-
sibility to God, his family
and the race at large; ack-
noowledgement of his debt to
his parents and obligations to
his Rabbi for years of devoted
teaching were summed up in
a clear voice charged with a
sincerity that reached the
hearts of his audience.
Rabbi Rachmiel was among
the first to cnPratulate Har-
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Respective merits necessitate consisting of a simple colour-
rn writing a separate book for ed velvet parocheth, embroid-
E T1 FROM WITHIN each of them. ered in the centre with the
Sthe With more than an indif- initials of its donor, and a
S* ferent eye must Jewry look modest book case containing
fore God and according to the YESHIBA WALLS to this remote spot for its fu- the various tomes for refer-
Jewish laws, in years he is ture Hillels and Akioahs, who ence, complete the furniture
still but a child and to be a will ultimately lead the cho- of the Yeshiba. Yet, though
creditable member of the sen race to a realization of its the building and its contents
Jewish faith he must ever ... By... lifelong dreams. do not exactly represent an
heed the 613 Commandment RABBI LAZARUS AXELROD High up on the hills of art gallery, the lack of arti-
of the Torah and the voice of Rabb of ng. Beth Jacob, Judea, at an altitude of near- ficial beauty is amply repaid
his parents, and proceeded to of Miami Beach. y 3,000 feet above sea level, by the breathtaking panor-
pass on to Harry advice that an important feature in these ama to be seen through the
had been given him at his How far to the Yeshiva"? tropical climes, within close open windows. An uninter-
own Bar Mitzva, many years inquired on my arrival at proximity to the Ma'arath rupted view of the picture-
ago. y Hebron of a small Sephardic Hamachpela, the tomb of the sque "Emek," the valley of
Following the Bar Mitzva Jewish lad, typical of his Patriarchs, in the most an- Hebron, with its fields and
friends of the family were in- race, olive complexioned, with cient of cities, possessing an vineyards resplendent in their
vited to a reception in the that care free demeanour so unrivalled climate, and where new spring dress of yellow
vestry rooms. peculiar to the Orientals, all is bathed in glorious sun- and green, the ripening corn
At Saturday morning ser- whom I met lounging idly shine, no more ideal spot, and sesame, the pomegran-
vices, Harry Weintraub the about during the sultry mid- both physical and spiritual ate in bloom, displaying its
vices, Harry Weintraubofficiated at the day heat. "Lo Rachok" (not could have been chosen for exquisite scarlet cut-shaped
Torah instead official the Rabbied at the far) came the reply in He- this seat of learning, the blossom, an occasional Arab
the astonishment of all pre- brew followed by an artless greatest Talmudical centre in peasant tilling his fields, driv-
sent. Mr. Morris Aronovitz of smile, displaying thereby a the world. ing his primitive plough share
New York, brother of the perfect set of veritable ivory In this modest building, the through the fertile soil with
president, was the first to castles, and he pointed with Talmud and its multifold the help of his eternal pair of
contribute towards a worthy hisdark slender hand to ramifications are expounded oxen, leaving neat furrows in
onationt the Gen. build in the distance. A to their fullest, and verily has wake, the quaint shep-
Orphan's Home for Girls in minutes rough me o this tree of life, the Etz herd boy mustering his wan-
JeOrphan's Home for Girls in the object of my quest, for Chaim, transplanted into during flock, to the tune of
Jerusalem in honor of the which purpose Ihad made the holy soi, transplanted flourish- his flute-like reed, the en-
Bar Mitzva journey by car from Jeru- hly soil grown a flois chanting strains of that Eas-
C 'salem, a distance of 20 odd e rapidly in the past few t music floating through
WEST PALM BEACH miles, speeding through the years, and developed from a tern music floating through
ACTIVITIES fresh countryside over hill mere sapling to a stately ver- the pure air, and in the dis-
VIIfresh countryside over hill dant cedar of Lebanon, whose tance, as though to crown
Miss Ethel Wax entertain- and dale, passing several his- fragrance, suffused with the this fair miniature paradise,
ed with a Farewell party in torical points including Rach- honeycomb sweetness of the the hills of Judea looming up
honor of Miss Ethel Nelson, el's Tomb at Bathlehem and orah, will penetrate to the majestically. The scenic
of New York, who has been Kind Solomon's pools. far corners of the earth, the beauty has indeed a most
her house guest for the past My first impression of the herald of hope and happiness beneficial effect on the stu-
six months who is leaving Yeshiba, which institution I quickening and reviving the dent as he pores over the.
this week to make her home subsequently entered and of lowly spirited and depressed (continued on page 6)
in California. which I became enrolled of- of heart.
Those present to enjoy the ficially as a member, was of Simple as the building is "HURRY BACK"
evening beside the guest of a modest one story stoneeer r p TO
honor were: Misses Ruth Ko- building of simple architec- the interiorAbouta hundred TS
nck, Sara Bergman, Pearle ture lying in a deep vale, just andth e inteitacor. Aot h dred SE L L E R
Lerner, Dorothy Stoll, Grace off the high road, hidden and fifty detached forms with Honet, Courteous Serve.
Richmond, and Messrs. Al from view by the rich foliage a many chairs are arranged N. W. 7th Ave, at 28th street
Goldstein, Zen Devore, Jules of the peach and apricot Holy Ark with its covering
Lerner, Max Blicher, Al Moss which almost completely sur-Holy Ark w-th ts c rg
and Walter Greenberg. round the Yeshiba.*A modest --***
S sign placed high up on the A o MaPhi ick
A regular meeting of the facade of an adjacent 2-story Abdo' Markt
United Jewish Welfare Bu- building which serves as a Is Now In ItR New Quarte Director of Funerals
reau of the Palm Beaches was library and bank for the in- serving r nter Muam
held last Sunday morning at stitution, indicated that the 114 N. Rosemary St. --
the Community House in Yeshibath Knesseth Israel West Palm Beach_
West Palm Beach with Mr. formerly of Slabodka, Lithu-
Joseph Mendel, the president ania, had established itself IS PREPARED TO SELL KING
of the organization, presiding, in these quarters. H N nd FRFUNERAL HOME
Several new members of the Three years had elapsed and FRYERS
Executive Board were present since that memorable after- 29 N. W. THID AVBNUB
and future plans of the or- noon, years that linger in my For Passover at Reduced Prices Phons 23535-31W24
ganization were discussed. memory as constituting the ,,
S* happiest and sweetest mom-
Friends of Mr. and Mrs.ents of my existence, a period
Samuel Scher will regret to in which I have literally lived
learn of the death of their and moved in a different D iS 1
uncle, Mr. J. Dobrow, last sphere and have associated BU NESEC TO
Monday. The body was sent with a class that has no equal,
to relatives in New York City where each individual forms L. (Pop) GERSON FISH & SEA FOODS
after brief services here last a world of his own, entertain- Buyer of All KInds of Scrap Metal
Tuesday. ing noble and lofty ambitions We Sell Auto Parts STANDARD FISH CO.
to attain the pinnacle of spir- 1 Pho1 N. W. SECOND AVE. 629 W. Flaler St.
The Sader of Beth Israel ritual perfection, the acme of Phon 1 Phone 2-3362
Congregation was held at the his ideal. BAGS and META PHARMACISTS
Show Boat last Thursday Probably outside of Hebron BAGS and METALS P
night at 7:00 p. m. The de- little is known of the inner EAST COAST BAG & METAL CO. BRYAN PARK PHARMACY
corations were cut flowers life of the Yeshiba, which, (Inc.) Chaa. Tanenbaum,
and palms. Dr. C. N. Herman1 about four years ago, was L L. MINTER (reg. pharmacist for 17 years)
Rabbi of the Congregation transferred by degrees from MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS Cor 22id Ave. ald 6th St .W.
conducted the services; the Lithuania to the Holy Land. 43a.-44 N. W. th StrCLt
traditional questions were re- It is 1rade up of approximate- Phone 4486 CYSTAL PHARMACYT
cited by Albert Barash the ly a hundred and seventy PDr. D. HaiTa, Ph. G. Pbr Drt
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ba- youths, well versed in Tal- PEPPE METAl CORP. Prsc.rlptldau Oaur pedaslt
rash of West Palm Beach. medical lore, carefully select- N C. 8t. Ave. and 14th S. St
The chanting and singing of ed from the fruitful fields of Phone M a sl 4 pygIPE A iSFL
the services was by the choir Eastern Europe, youths, that P PIP S'.


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN


_Iday of Mat study in!
FnOM Wu I dI bttim JEWISH N
rI Wlseedn to atiate his this THROUGHTT
.soul that longs and years i UlJT
S* for that priceless spiritual
YES BA a, and yet is so mttain-I Dr. eizer,
tA WAIS.51 r"'h (continued from p
able, delving deeply into this Dr. 3. Meizler,
(cntinued-- fofathomless sea of the Talmud GermanJewish archa
ontined from 5) in his endless quest for those has received permi~
thep cvprnment ofe


pregnant Dare. We realize the prem pears, wonrous be-
importance of tond compare.
impota of the a In summer, the Hebron
"Avira Iarah Dlyisreal youth is a study in white, as
Marhkim" the atmosphere of arrayed in white suit, and
Eretz Israel is enlightening, panama hat slightly tilted. he
Alert, quick witted, of emerges from his boardinsr
cheerful disposition, debon- establishment, and sallies
air, and immaculately dress- forth en route for the Ye-
ed, the Hebron Yeshiba bach- shiba, hi huge Gemara tuck-
oor makes a most pleasing ed away under his arm. Saun-
impression on alL Yet, though tering nonchalantly through
superficially his appearance Main Street with admirable
tells of a care-free college stu- self-possession, his carriage-
dent, he is complete master far from being supercilious.
of himself, having studied for he is the object of praise of
years, diligently and thought- all who behold him. As I
fully, the art of conquering write, a group of them pas-
his inner self and controlling by my open window, indulg-
his train of thoughts. Curbing ing in a slight walk by way of
and suppressing the evil in-' recreation in the cool of the
clinations that harbour in the evening, idly swinging their
soul and mind, as the unseen i canes at an imaginary target,
worm that seeks to ruin the and my heart swells with
stately tree by boring through pride to think that I am parf
to the core, and working pow- and parcel of them, a boy
erfully on his natural good amongst the boys.
impulses, h e consequently Gazing wistfully after their
produces a better human ma-i retreating figures I am drawn
chine that responds readily to; magnetically out of my room'
it's master's commands. He into the open, and review
utilizes his inteleetual cap- with unconcealed pride any
city to ts best advantage, environment. The Yeshibai,
and possessing a natural eag- just over to the right, behind i
erness and untiring for study, which the towering monu-
he labors with unflagging ment of the Ma'arath Ha-'
zeal, thinking nothing of put- machpela is silhouetted


ting in twelve hours or so a


against the sky, and in the-"
far distance, dimly discern
ible in the twilight, Abra-
ham's Eshel, or oak tree, pro-,
truding conspicuously from
out of a clump of pines and
cypress trees, where, legend
has it, the Patriarch pitched
his tent, and prepared the
feast for his three angelic 4
guests who sat on the greens-
ward beneath that very tree.i
Enraptured by the scene, my (
gaze turns mechanically sky-;
wards, to Heaven's shining
canopy, that vast expanse of1
infinite celestial blue, and I
recall the saying of the sagesZ
of blessed memory, that the
firmament is as like unto the'
telesia, the sapphire stone, I
which, in turn, on account of.,
its deep blue, is compared to i


Hill Motor Car Company
155-157 WEST FLAGLER STREET



AN OPEN LETTER
TO ALL HUDSON & ESSEX OWNERS
IN GREATER MIAMI, FLORIDA:
Sixteen years selling Hudson and Essex cars in South-
eastern Florida. has won for me many friends, some of
whom have bought year after year from me because of
confidence. I do not want to lose that confidence nor
their friendship.
It is true that I have replaced the Hudson and Essex
with Pierce-Arrow and Studebaker, but regardless of this
change I want all Hudson and Essex owners to know that
I still have an interest in them, and to insure their being
able to obtain parts for their cars and service work, I am
retaining ALL the Hudson and Essex parts, as well as my
mechanics. Therefore, the many owner friends that I
have can still continue to obtain parts for their cars and
service as usual.


I will consider it a personal favor if you will present
ths letter to my Service Manager, who will be very glad to
e your car a thorough free inspection recommend-
only repairs that are necessary. Clip this letter out
of your newspaper.
Very Sincerely Yours,
W. A. HILL, President


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Sto continue excavatio
south of Jerusalem. I
ler has spent several
unearthing ancient
'near the Holy City
Snow devote his
knowledge to research
the place called Beit 2
the Kissei Hakabo
Heavenly Throne. Er
there creps in;vo unt
:o my mind an imagi
on of the Heavenli
as the King of Kings
'd in robes of maje
.r dread lone splend
iKadem bedecked. enci
His Host of Cherul
Seraphim, shimmeri
radiant, ministering
Him, exultingly act
the sovereignty of the
(Continued Nex W


Junior Hadassah
EW Meets Next Week
[UT
The meeting of the Junior
rage ) Hadassah which was to have
famous been held at Kaplan Hall, on
apologist, Monday, April 13th, has been
eologisf postponed to the following
Palestine Monday, April 20th, 8:00 p.
s to the m. at Kaplan Hall.
Dr. 3eiz- STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP.
years in MANAGEMENT, CIRCULATION. rEC.,
REQUIRED BY THE ACT OF
tombs CONGRESS OF AUGUST 24. 1912.
and will of The Jewish Floridian, published
scientific -ek:y. at Miami. Fi.,rda. for April 1,
h around stte of Florida, ,
Netopha. county of Dade.
Before me. a Notary Public in and for
the State and county aforsaid, personally
d, t h e appeared J. Louis Shochet. who, having
traced been duly sworn according to law, de-
I .. --. ry..y tha.: he is the owner of
ariln i1;- .te JL-h b Floridian. and that the follow-
ing Lu. t, the best of his knowledge and
inary V- be!:f. a true ltat:ment of the owner-
Hosts, ship. management land if a daily paper.
the circulation etc.. of the aforesaid
s, array- publicat:u.n for the date shown in the
Sty, si'"- above caption, required by the Act of
tAu ui t 24. 1912. embodied in section 411.
or. with Po*tal L.ws and Regulations. printed on
S the re-.r-r if thi- firm, to wit:
circled b; I. That the names and addresses of the
)im and publisher, editor, managing editor, and
busine' managers are:
ng and Publisher. The Jewish Floridian Pub-
lihmin Co.. 107 S. Miami Ave., Editor, J.
u n t 0 Luis Shcr-het. Managing Editor, J. Louis
claiming shoch Business Manager, J. Louis
Shochet.
e Lord. 2. That the owner is: (If owned by
'eek) a eorporatioon its name nad address must
eek) be stated and also immediately thereun-


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Frday, April 1
I.. the -A -i l 1
boldo owf Wo i a on
lor a m"anonte orf0 r1
owned bI eorp the~
ddth e11e li4.
be irven. If owmd b a fiM-r s
or ether UD ooaate
and adduM. us a-thCI
individual meabw. mut be 1I
J. Louis Shoel 1474 S. w.
Miami, Florld a
S. That the known bondhold .
gagem. and othe enmity holdeam
or holding 1 per cent or more
amount of boead, mtortgaffgis O
ecuritiae are: (If there
State.) None.
4. That the two Paragerphn.-g
giving the Iunmas of the owi
holder, and Mseerip holders. ut
tain not only the list of stockheoaj
security holders a they appear ~DI
books of the company but aliom la
where the tockholder or oseefte b
appears upon the boos of the s
as trustee or in any other fiducry
tion, the name of t dh person oa
ation for whom eh trtee I Is u
given; alo that the said two se
contain statements embracing s fls
full knowledge and biet as to t 6e
cumstances and conditions undegr
stockholders and searity holden whn
not appear upon the books of the L
pany as trustees, hold stock and sr
in a capacity other than that of
fide owner; and this affiant hai no
son to believe that any other ptioaI
sociation, or corporation has any it
direct or indirect in the said stock, rn
or other securities than as so sttad
him.
6. That the -average number of ug
of each issue of this publication m-I
distributed, through the mails or a6
wise, to paid subscribers during tbhi
months preeding the date shown abg
(This information is required from d.
publications.)
J. LOUIS SHOCHET,
signature of editor, publisher, bmuil
manager, or owner.
Sworn to and ubsnoribed before me t
30th day of March, 1ML
(SEAL) H. PWAL
(My eeimlwslsm mpir. 1-7 1.


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