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Volume V.Number 17.
Friday, April 22, 1932
WHY I AM A JEW
By EDMOND FLEG
(DEDICATED TO HIS OHAND80XT
WHO IS NOT YET BORN.)
"And tell me if in this unique
history you do not feel the eter-
nal presence of a mind and a
will that have ordained its mis-
sion to this people and have made
its fulfillment possible, in trying
it through suffering, in saving it
through trials, in guiding step by
step, from its unhappy past due
to its triumphant future. As for
me, my child, who have so long
sought for the evidence of the ex-
istence of God, I have found it in
the existence of Israel.
"I am a Jew because born of
Israel and having lost it, I felt it
revive within me more alive than
I am myself.
"I am a Jew because born of
Israel, and having found it again,
I would have it live after me even
more alive than it is within me.
"I am a Jew because the faith
of Israel demands no abdication
of my mind,
"I am a Jew because the faith
of Israel asks every possible sac-
rifice of my soul.
"I am a Jew because in all
places where there are tears and
suffering the Jew weeps.
On a gloomy day I met a New
York man who seemed almost
happy.
A friend asked him: "How's
the market?"
Haven't the slightest idea."
The questioner was astonish.
"Don't you own stocks and
bonds?"
"Sure I do," my man replied.
"But I know the things I own
can't disappear. I know, also,
that I have no chance of selling
them at a decent price in this
market. Therefore, why should I
torture myself watching them
every day and figuring out how
much they have depreciated?"
The other looked at him as if
he were a traitor to the serious
ideals of American finance.
Whereupon my friend uttered .in
important truth.
"The trouble with these fellows
in Wall Street is thaat they have
taken their losses fifteen times a
day for two years," he said-
"Think of it, fifteen times seven
hundred. What a loss that makes.
Nobody can stand a loss like that.
If they'd put away their lead pen-
cils; if they'd quit figuring on
the back of envelopes and the
margins of newspapers, and for
get the whole thing, they wouid
be much better off. Taking your
loss fifteen times a day doesn't
get you anywhere. It uses up
brain cedls and nervous energy
that might be used for progress."
Every one of us who has any
heart at all has had his heart
wrung in the past few months.
We help as far as we can, but
there are so many we can not
help. So many men who want to
work for whom there is no work!
To these victims of the depres-
sion, and especially to the old
who have been wip'ed out and lack
the strength or the time to make
a fresh start, our deepest sympa-
thy goes out.
But there has been a lot of
whining on the part of men who
have no excuse to whine-
I have been reading Emerson's
diaries. His railroad bonds went
sour in the panic of 1857. He re-
fers to his losses just once. His
house burned down, and his diary
records: "House burned," and
TOLERANCE"
By Rabbi Max Geller
The stranger that sojourneth
with you shall be unto you as the
native-born, and thou shalt love
him as thyself.(Leviticus 19-34)
The Holy Bible teaches us to
love our fellowmen, especially the
stranger in our midst, and not to
bear malice against each other,
because we were all created in
the image of God.
The Talmud relates that two
great rabbis, Hillel and Shammai,
living about 100 years before the
destruction of the Temple in Jer-
usalem, were founders of differ-
ent academies, Beth Hillel and
Beth Shammai.
Hillel was the embodiment of
humanity, gentleness and kind-
ness. Shammai was irritable,
and lacked gentleness and patience
A proselyte came to Shammai,
asking to be taught the funda-
mental principles of the Jewish
religion, while standing on one
foot. Shammai drove him away,
thus failing to to show the proper
love of God's creatures.
The proselyte then went to
Hillel, who embraced him and
said, "Thou shalt love thy neigh-
bor as thyself. What is hateful
unto thee, do not do unto thy fel-
lowmen. This is the whole law,
the rest is commentary."
So we can see that if we wouid
be more tolerant toward our fel-
low-man, and allow him the full
freedom of his beliefs and con-
victions, nations would stop war-
ring with each other, people with
different religious creeds would
stop hating and persecuting one
another, capital and labor would
walk hand in hand, and this would
be a finer world to live in-
It is the supreme duty of every
one to appoint himself a commit-
tee of one to try and be more tol-
erant toward his neighbor, espe-
cially the alien in our midst; to
instill love and harmony in all
our feelings and actions, and then
will the time of the "Golden Era"
be close.
THE
GLOOM
CHAtER
GEMS FROM THE TALMUD
Compiled by S. T. P.
I am a Jew because in every goes on to more important things.
age when the cry of despair is
heard the Jew hopes.
"I am a Jew because the mes-
sage of Israel is the most ancient
and the most modern.
"I am a Jew because Israel's
promise is a universal promise.
"I am a Jew because Israel the
world is not finished; men will
complete its
"I am a Jew because Israel
places Man and his Unity above
nations and above Israel itself.
"I am a Jew because above
Man, image of the Divine Unity,
Israel places the Unity which is
divine.
"And I said to myself: from
that far distant father to my very
own father, all these fathers have
transmitted a truth to me, which
ran in their blood, which runs in
my blood; and must I not trans-
mit it with my blood to those of
my blood?
"Will you accept it, my child?
Will you transmit it? Perhaps
you will want to desert it. Then
it may be for a greater truth if
there be one. I could not then re-
proach you. It would be my fault;
for I could not have handed it on
to you as I received it. But wheth-
er you abandon it, or whether you
treasure it, Israel will march on
Such men give us renewed re-
spect for the human race, and
America has her full share of
them.
But I am weary of the boys
who tell me how much they would
have had if they had sold every-
thing in the summer of 1929the
back-of-the-envelope lads who take
their losses fifteen times a day.
unto the end of days."
If one can answer why he is a
Jew then one may add what it
means to be a Jew.
To be a Jew means that I should
not unjustly hurt another man, be
he student or toiler.
A Jew has no right to make
sport of his fellow man. Or to
humiliate "htm-
A Jew's word should be sacred
but many of them cannot keep so
much as a simple promise.
It means that he will not stoop
to the pettiness of name-calling,
the debauchery of the fair in Is-
rael
You have itan explanation of
why a man is a Jew aside from
mere birth. And what it means
to be a Jew. Its meaning will go
on with the ages for Israel has a
burning torch to carry.
Do not burden the very young
with hard discourses. (Baba Bar-
thra 21.)
A city without a Talmud Torah
is unworthy of its existence.
(Sabbath 19.)
Strike the iron while it is hot;
teach the child while he is still
young. (Ben Sira 9.)
Teach thy son to eat good
wholesome food- (Chulin 84.)
My son, be thorough in what-
ever you do, and you will thus by
liked by all. (Ben Sira 3.)
Of the things of which man en-
joys in this world, and the princi-
pal remains for him in the world
to come, the teaching of children
is the most important one. (Sab-
bath 127.)
One should not live in a com-
munity where no Hebrew teachers
are available. (Sanhedrin 17.)
There's a story told about Lord
Reading that may or may not be
true, but it will certainly be ap-
preciated on a hot day. Reading,
who is known as a stickler for
conventions in dress and who is
quite meticulous about keeping up
social forms', once visited Lord
Melchett at his estate- The for-
mer Viceroy of India and the
"nickel king" were walking
through the latter's estate on a
rather warm day. Despite every-
thing, however, Reading kept on
his gloves.
As they passed by a creek that
ran through the estate, Melchett
suggested that they go in for a
swim Reading pointed out that
they had no bathing suits. But
Melchett said they weren't neces-
sary. So both stripped and start-
ed to wade. Suddenly Melchett
noticed that Reading still had his
gloves on and asked him why.
"Well, in case any ladies should
pass by and I have to shake
hands."
! !
Ready-made advice very seldom
fits.
! !
^Kind words never dieand the
/other kind live forever.
\ !
An empty purse is responsible
for some matrimonial failures.
! 1
Unless a man keeps moving the
world will soon throw him down.
!! !
If a homely woman has small
feet she always tries to attract
attention to them.
! !
The race may not be to the
swift, but the fast young man
soon arrives at the end of his
course-
I !
DICTUMS ON THE GAME
The Jewish community of
Frankfort on the Main, after J With cloying tunes, untempered
The statement of a Columbia
professor that beauty and brains
seldom go together is not neces-
sarily a reproach to beauty. Neith-
er do ugliness and brains go to-
gether in every instance, if you
ask me. An extensive survey
conducted by my corps of experts
shows that brains have an extre-
mely hard time finding anything
suitable with which to keep com-
pany.
! !
Although a Cleveland woman
sued for $25,000 for a stolen kiss,
she was awarded only 6 cents.
The thief practically cleared him-
self by stating that he gave it
back.
! !
Citizenwho was that lady I
seen you with last night?
AprilThat wasn't no
That was Spring.
! !
Much happiness, like
sadness, mutes
The singing heart-chords
thousand lutes,
Or mars the melody with notes
too sweet,
Falling from honeyed lips that
drip, unmeet,
lady.
too much
of
a great fire in 1711, passed reso-
lutions prohibiting, for a period
of fourteen years, the playing of
chess by any Jew or Jewess (ex-
cept the sick confined indoors).
Azulai (1774) suggested chess
only as a remedy for illness or i
state of melancholy, while Elijah
Cohen of Smyrna objected to the
game because he claimed it wasted
time and tended to take a per-
son's mind away from study.
Sydney Palmer is a patient at
the Jackson Memorial Hospital
since the early part of this week.
to the dome
Of life's grim tuning fork. For
life alone
Can pluck the lute strings with
ecstatic throb.
Where joy is mingled with an
aching sob-
Then whisper one more melody
into my ear,
O. Muse, that thrills with Jifea
laugh, a tear!
Sing not of love, unmarred by pas-
sion, sin;
Nor ecstasies of bliss, nor peace
akin
To sterile hours of dull content;
But sing of love and life's experi.
j ment.
A song of joy, a song of eager-
ness,
Nor taunt me with the stoic mea-
gerness
Of days devoid of struggle and of
pain!
To live, to suffer and find rest
again!
! !
Drinking bootleg liquor, warns
a dentist, is injurious to the teeth.
It causes them, along with the
rest of the drinker, to be buried
prematurely. And that is very bad
for the teeth.
! !
She is so beautiful, so slim,
And always looks so neat and
trim!
I'm telling you, she's hard to
beat;
My pride in her is quite complete.
Though years may pass, she'll
never change;
And lest this seem a wee bit
strange,
This "her" of whom I speak is
not
What you've been thinkingbut
a yacht.
! !
There lived in a small village
a kindly rabbi whose most not-
iceable characteristic was his ex-
treme thinness. He had a horse,
on the contrary, which was very
fat.
One day one of the village folk
passed the rabbi's house and no-
ticed the contrast between the
two.
"How is it, rabbi," he asked,
"that your horse is so nice and
fat, and that you, on the other
hand, are so slender, even skin-
ny?"
"You see," said the rabbi, with
a kindly smile. "I feed my horse;
my congregation feeds me."
1 !
Oh, sweet content and happi-
ness and comfort,
Oh, love, that can defeat and
conquer care,
You're with me when I stroll home
in the evening,
As I return and find my dar-
ling there.
I often think, as we sit in the
twilight,
And I tell you words of rare and
sweet delight;
I've told the same thing to so
many darlings
That I have got my speech down
pat, all right.
! 1
"I don't like to use this stuff,"
said the girl, applying rouge,
powder and lipstick, "but I feel
that I must. The tax I pay on
it helps the Government."
! !
Atraveler back from Canada
tells of going into a restaurant
and giving his order to the wait-
er. The waiter yelled out the or
der to the cook and then disap-
peared- The meal was slow in
coming, and after waiting a while
the impatient customer got up
and walked to the kitchen. There
he found the waiter cooking*'1
he was also the chefand he had
been delayed because he had had
to send the boyhimselfout for
supplies.
Naturally the customer threat-
ened to to complain to the mana-
gement And he was able to do
it then and there, since the wait-
er was the management, too.
This simple form of business or-
ganization is proving quite eco-
nomical and effective in a num-
ber of places.


vHdav^April 22, 1932
THE JEWISH FLORmUN
Page Five
"The JACOBEAN
A Page for Miami Beach News
Edited by RABBI LAZARUS AXELROD
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* ABOUND THE CAMPUS *
. At University of Miami +
4 "-------- *
j, By Milton A. Friedman *
Hello folks, is everybody happy?
Tempus fugit and now? I
thought that I had just finished
an article when the editor inform-
ed me that my column for this
week was due. Now I must search
,he hidden recesses of my mind
and find some news.
Of greatest importance to me
personally, and perhaps the sport-
ing world, is the news that the
two Milts, Weiss and Friedman
won a spectacular semi- final
handball match at the U. from
George Reichgott and Al Mack.
The score was something like
2111; 17-18. The Milts have to win
one more match to become champs
and receive medals- They've got
all my best wishes and then some.
Another sports item is the in- Gordon How
tramural tennis tournament which
will start soon. Many Jewish boys
have already entered. I'll give
you the lineup when it's comple-
ted. You know, this world is such
a small place after all. (You nev-
er heard that before, did you?)
At the beginning of this semes-
ter a young fellow sat down next
to me in the U. Patio. Conversa-
tion started when he explained
that he was a new student and
would like my advice on some sub-
jects. This led to that, and from
that to there, till he told me
where he came from. He said,
"I'm from New York." I said, "So
am I. What, part?" Then I said,
said, "The Bronx" Then I said,
"I too come from the Bronx.
What street?" Well, as I said
before, this led to that, and that
to, well anyway he finally told
me that he used to live three
blocks away from where I lived.
Isn't it funny that we would
meet down here and not know
each other up there. But then
again in New York, you don't
even know all the tenants in your
own apartment house. This fel-
low and his brothers both go to
the U. Their names are Irving
and Hal Lessin. They're doggone
nice fellows and so we welcome
them to our fair city.
Next week perhaps something
will happen in which case I'll tell
you about it. Now that Passover
is here, I say, "Give me liberty
or give me wine."
*>*
* HIGH HAPPENINGS *
* Doings At Miami High *
* -------- *
* By Bettye
It seems as if I'm always com-
plaining about news in some form
Maybe it's because I'm an opti-
mist. (You know: "No news is
good news") Or because I'm io
stiff from golf and aquaplan-
ing (?) The latter is a great
sport especially for those that
like the bumps of life. (Let it
here be known that the fad was
recently revived by a rather ver-
satile fellow from the U. May he
suffer all blame.)
While on sports let me say that
the Jewish population is well rep-
resented in the coming tennis
tournament.
Those paired are: Maurice Cro-
mer, Aaron Goldenblank, Bud
Dreisen, Arnold Rubin, Joe Mer-
lin, Ed Merlin, Ed Leven and Ike
Why the Jews
Want Palestine
(Prepared for the Chicago Unit
of Jnior Hadassah by Dr. Exan-
der Dushkin)
about an upset?
W. CECIL WATSON
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for
COUNTY
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Pledging to the Taxpay-
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Reflected in Their Tax
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(Paid Political
rl
hey, what?
In the girls' matches Bea
Goldenblank seems to be the only
participant.. I assure you that
family is well represented in the
sporting field.
In the recent Pan-American Pa-
geant, Miami High took first
place. Lois Louis was one of the
Pageanites (coined for my own
use.) Los was some part of Mex-
ican native. (Of course I wouldn't
remember everything) How ob-
serving- How. Maybe it's due
to Vanilla.
Now the musical side; first
place in Music. The orchestra of
which Charlotte Rappaport and
Arthur Schandloff are members
won one of the honors. Both stu-
dents are part of the violin sec-
tion. Of course, I'm so musical
I wouldn't exactly remember.
(Pardon my personality) I must
be somewhat of Shelley's type.
Always getting personal.
Let me offer Charlotte Rappa-
port an apology for not having
mentioned her name on the hon-
or roll the last two times. It
must have been a slip of the pen,
not the eye.
Now that I've discussed about
every side except scholastic, I'd
better put a word in for that.
Rose Farkas and Sidney Ros-
enthal were recently initiated into
the honor sorority- At the intia-
tion Sylvia Leibovitt was one of
the ushers and did she "faux
pas." My word! Miss Leibovitt
actually pinned the corsages on,
the wrong shoulder. Imagine!
Just a word to people that try
to chisel (Not in my vocabulary)
parking spaces. I get vicious
once in a while.
U. Is the desire for Palestine
new among the Jews?
No. The Jews have never ceased
wanting Palestine as their land
from the time when Abraham, in
his migrations, first turned his
eyes to the land of Canaan until'
this day. Zionism is but the lat-
est form of the Jewish desire for
Palestine.
2. How has this desire express-
ed itself in the past?
The Jewish prayer book is fill-
ed with prayers of hope and long-
ing for the return of Zion. Al-
most all of the Jewish holidays
are reminders of the life of the
Jews in Palestine (Many of
them, such as Succos, Chamisho
Osor be Shevat, etc., cannot be
understood except in terms of life
in Palestine. Tisha B'Av is ob-
served annually in commemora-
tion of the exile from Palestine.)
Jewish literature is filled with
"Zionides love songs of Zion-
Many Jewish customs (such as the
black stripes of the Tallith; the
breaking of the glass at the wed-
ding ceremony; the sprinkling jf
holy earth on the person of the
dead before burial; the ceremony
of mourning at midnight; the
leaving of one wall unplastered)
have reminded the Jew throughout
the centuries of his vow "not to
forget Zion" (see Psalm 137).
3. How does the desire for
Palestine find expression now?
It finds two general forms of
expression:
(1) Religiousin prayers, holi-
days, customs, etc.; also in the
migration of elderly Jews and
Jewesses to spend their last years
and die in Palestine; also in the
support of Palestine Yeshivahs
and talmudic students by Ortho-
dox Jews throughout the world.
(2) National through the
Zionist movement and its organ-
ization; migration of Chalutzim
and others to live and work in
Palestine; the revival of the He-
brew language not only in Pales-
tine but throughout the Jewish
world; the interest of non-Zionist
Jews in the Hebrew University
in Jerusalem, in Jewish Agency,
in pilgrimages to Palestine, and
in the whole Palestine problem.
4. Why do the Jews want Pales-
tine?
Because it is the Holy Land;
because it is their national home-
land; because it can be a haven
of refuge for Jews who are per-
secuted in body or in spirit; be-
cause it is the home of the new
Jewish renaissance (rebirth).
6. What is meant by Palestine
as the Holy Land?
Palestine is the Holy Land of
the three great religions of the
worldJudaism, Christianity, and
Mohammedanism.
It is holy to the Christians be-
cause it is associated with the life
and death of Jesus, and because
it was the scene of the life of all
the other heroes of the Old and
New Testaments- All the impor-
tant Christian religious bodies of
the world have churches and
monasteries in Palestine.
It is holy to the Mohammedans
because the Mohammedans consid-
er themselves the children of
Abraham though his son Ishmael,
and they therefore have erected
many monuments (mosques, etc.)
in the land of Abraham. It is
not, however, as holy to the Mo-
hammedans as it is to the Chris-
tians and the Jews, because the
holiest places in the Mohamme-
dan religion are the cities of Mec-
ca and Medina, which were the
scenes of the life of their Prophet,
Mohammed.
It is holy to the Jews because
it was there that the Jewish na-
tion- had its birth and develop-
ment; there the Bible was writ-
ten and lived; there Jewish reli-
gious ideas and Jewish laws had
their origin. It is also holy to
the Jews because, 'according to
both Jewish and Christian tradi-
tional belief, the millennium (the
perfect age, "the days of the
Messiah"), when all wrongs will
be righted, will come only when
the Jews too are at peace and
back in their land. The return of
the Jews to Palestine is part of
the Jewish traditional belief in
the justice and the power of God
to fulfill the prophecies regarding
their Return. (For examples of
prophecies see Isaiah chap. 49,
Jeremiah 31. etc., etc.)
6. What is meant by Palestine
as the Jewish National Home?
The elements of nationality are
common ancestry and history,
common language, common laws
and customs, common land, and
political representation and pro-
tection- The Jews of the world,
scattered as they are among all
the nations, share in common en-
cestry and history (immediate or
remote); but, though they have
one common language of prayer,
they speak every vernacular of
the world; though they have a
common source of laws and cus-
toms, there is no authority among
them to keep modifying and
changing these laws; though they
have a common land, it is not yet
theirs; and they have no politcal
representation nor protection as
Jews, except in Eastern Europe,
where such protection and repre-
sentation is unsatisfactory and
hostile.
It is hoped that Palestine, as
the homeland of the Jewish na-
tion, will be the center in which
the common language, Hebrew,
will continue to develop and be
used; there authority would grow
up to develop and change our
laws and customs as need be; the
redemption of the soil of Pales-
tine would be shared in by the
Jews of the world; and the Jews
of Palestine, though a small min-
ority, would, in course of time,
have self-government and repre-
sentation before the governments
of the world, with power to plead
the cause of Jewish wrong where-
ver it occurs. The Zionist Organ-
ization, as a Jewish agency, is
the first indication of how Jews
may, directly or indirectly, have
their voice heard in the council
of nations.
7. What is meant by Palestine
as a Haven of Refuge?
The Jews have never been sure
of the good-will of their neigh-
bors in times of stress. Anti-
Semitism in one form or another,
exists in every country in the
world, whether official or unoffi-
cial, politcal or social, economic
or cultural. It will probably last
until the days of the millenium,
when all other hatreds and ills
will be abolished alongside of it.
If Palestine becomes a flourish-
ing homeland, the Jews persecuted
in any part of the worldecono-
mically, socially, or physically
could find in it refuge as a mat-
ter of right, and not of favor.
Also, many Jews in lands where
they are not officially persecuted
feel themselves homeless and
strangers, and would consider
Palestine the spiritual haven of
refuge, where they might live
among their own, without explan-
ation or apology.
8. What is meant by Palestine
as the home of the Jewish renais-
sance ?
Because of the many centuries
of the life in ghettos, the Jewish
body has been weakened, the Jew-
ish spirit cramped; because of
centuries of uncertain wandering
and economic restrictions, the Jews
have become 'luft menschen', mid-
dlemen; they are thought to have
lost the art of governing them-
selves and the desire to be really
productive-
(Continued on page 6)
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April 22, 1932
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
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April 22, 1932
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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Shoched Hart

In Accident

Rev~. Ph~iip CrysOtal of Wes~t
Pal~m Beac'h met wtth a ser'.ous


was Jitting in the sato of Rev.
A. Golden. Mriami Beach shoched,
when a machine driven by J. R.
B. Clemons former candidate for
Circuit Judgpe struck his machine
:;an drove it agaSinst a telegraph
pole. He was thrown out and
stained a fractu'*ed leg, diEslo-
ecated left arm and numerous
bruises and ceontursions. He is a
patient at the Jackson Mlemorial
Hospital. MLrs Golden and her
two daughters received minor in-
urmies as a result of' the accident
which happened on Nr. WF. 5th St.
above !nd Ave.
Rev. Crystal was a shoched in
Miami several years ago and then
held a postion in the North prior
to accepting the position with the
Jewish~3 community of WIest Palm
Beach, which he is now ocewpy-






Clement L. Thee~d. one of Dade~
,County's most popular young a:-
torneys and justice of the peace
In the Coconu1t Grove section is
aai~n a candidate for the samer
oftice. Hisu record as ~Justic~e hasi
benmfred ey a e andri-
portatnt office. Efticientp and speed
has marked all the cases triedf
an ildk before him. In be omn-
Ing a candidate in the Third D~is-
trrict (revised) he is nrging '3pon
the eletors~ hisreord in the pas-
his ability as an attorney and ttL
knowledge and experience he has
already gained.



TH~E REAL ISSUE
A~be Aronovitz, candidate for
thle le~tisature, in his formal an-
rounrement several day-s ago and
in public addre~ss since, gave
cryi to what is fast b~couming the
paramount issue in the preser:
political campaign.
~B. Aronovuitr' slogan was -Re~-
bs~ifiate the tarpay-er.' Rehia-
iftation of the taxpayer does
niot mean a rehabilitation of the
taxulgt~ stru~cture, but rather the
lttruc~tion of a large portion of
ha~tc macrinery by elimination of
ti needi of taxes thmrR h l~,


Price= FiF~ e~nts


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fr100rc Ameri~caism. W~hen w eek the 15ni mil e I tu ~l
oedared express an opinion dur- A association passed the reduction
ing the late wkar for Peace he wasW on to their customers, includin R
srecused of being a traitor to his th ohr asv
contry. W~hen sucih men as Jus- e rdc
tice Louis Brandeis began to work consumers.
intensively for Zionisma many in Last Sunday afternoon Rabbis


the ranks of so called modern
Jewry, principally sensation and
publicity seeking Rabi called
him un-American sad aeapsed him
of hyphenated patriotismr. Sech
men as the late Nathan Straas
who gave his all for humaunity
as accused of being an-Ameri-
an Such has always been the
ate of those wKhose real motives
rere the good of their country
nd their people Time changes,
nd wKith this change comes the


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Vol. Y.--No. XVH.L


Anricamism Price Drop

A4sA Fetish Give Cutmr Anno"uncements Activie Campaign
n~~ usomr keing Carried On

Within the memory of man,l Becuseof heEG ATION BETH JACOlld
Brc~r o teprlic~e Ireduionl (Orthodox) s eu tr f ldv na
otso very long ago, there ran on dairy products inl this district 311 Washington Avenue Asaig en resulti of the acie
uoh~t t na ghout the land a cry that .pinben aredo y87


L. A d Beac Rabbi Wetn addt fr bt
1 a'ssover services will be ushelr- has assumed thJe stage where hIis
ed in Wedndsday evenmg at 6i:30 i
p. mi. Thursday and FridayS morn-
s ings the services will begin at
8:30 with the Rabbi preaching at
,both services. Cantor Boris Sch-
Slachman will chant the Holiday
Services during the entire Pass-
over. Next week the Passover
services will begin Tuesday eve-
nmng with regular services Wet-
nesday and Thursday mornings.
Thursday morriing the Rabbi wtll '11W~5~~
preach a special Yiskor sermon
and Cantor Schlachman will be in
charge of the Memorial servic~es A 4
that will be conducted. /man friends hithierto pasaire ta
:his support have awiarrand to the
CONGREGATION BETII DAVIDJ splendid possibilities and have
(Co nse. hrv ative began an active intensive tlght to
13 N W Tir Aene the ofkc. His hsqre
in the Olympiat batding is re~ceir-
Passover services will be ash- ing more and more rohmnteers
ered in Wednesday night at 6:30. dlaidy.
Thursday and Friday morningI Roy W~eston who is covering the
services of this week will begin iyetonb scio.ad re
at 8:30 with Rabbi A. S. Klein- entb rcntbsshsapa
feld preaching on 'Sy-mbols ,fi for support on the record estab-
Passover" Thursday morning, aw\i lished by him in law enforcement
on "'Universal Freedom" at the w~ork while Police Chief of Coral
Friday night late services. Can- Gables for two years A native
tor Louis Hayman will chant the Floridian, 4;3 years old, married,
Holiday services. Y'izkor services he has grown up with this see-
will be conducted on Thursday tion and has always been one of
morning, April 28, at 10 a. m. its native sons, interestedf in its
'In mor liRabbth al preach on growath and prosperity. A~n hon-
"Immrtalty o theSoul. .est adminstration of the olde~c ;n
sane way. h betiev~es, wil l aid
W11AMI JEW~ISH ORTHODOX the growth of Dadie County and
CONGREGATION the C`;ty o-r' Miami in particular.
(Orthodox) His tonnec~tion with laborL or-
1545 S. W. Third Street ganlization and poi-es assloura:Lo" i
LAN Rabb i the past years have given him
JONAH E. CAP A Rbi an enviable experience necessat~y
Passover will be ushered inanueflnth dnsrtoof
r~,~,,~, r n-,,,, this important office.


S. MZ. M-ac~htei, Jonah E. Caplan
and Lazarus Axelrod supervised
the "koshering" and preparation
of all machinery, utensils, etc., at
the Mielton Dairy which will sup-
ply Passover Milk for the custo-
jmers. The steady "Mashgiach" is
now at the plant and will remain
there continuously until after the
end of the Passover holiday. Mon-
day, Tu~esday and Wenesday the
Rabbis visited the plant to super-
vise final details and the feeding


realization of the never to be de- of the cattle which must be ac
aled, TRUTH. These self same cording to certain ritual rites
sensationalistic Rabbsis, and self The cattle will be fed with dra
designated one hundred per cent- food at all times, mainly consist.
er patriots, dyed in the wool fet,( ing of dry beet pulp and similar
ish loving Americanists who are vegetables. Monday evening the
more patriotic than were Wash~- milk, etc., for the preparation of
ington, Jefferson, ILinrcln, Roose- butter, sour cream and cheese
velt, Wlilson and other great wfas prepared under the supervi-
Americans, even they are faced sion of the three Rabbis at the
wihTRU:TH at sometime or an- local plant of the company. The
other. actual manufacture of these pro-
In Dade County there has been ducts was made Tuesday and
organized a JEWISH VOTISERS W~ednesday under the actual per.
IEAGUE. Its object ass expressed sonal supervision of the three
by its officers and founders, by! rabbis and sealed in their pres.
erone connected with its very ence.
inception, is a simple forward: Though there has been great
one. A desire to have every Jew demand for buttermilk for which
and Jew-esj residing here who is the Miami Home Milk Producers
qualified to vote, REGISTER and is famous, there will be none for
pay his poll tax. To have every Jewish customers during the Pass"
Jew and Jewessy take an interest over because it is forbidden ac-
in things civic, and primarily in cording to Jewish law during this
the first civic duty of every cit,- period.
izen: registering andi voting. It' Mr. E. C. Fogg jr., manager of
has not nor will it endorse or ad- the company in a statement said,
vocate the election of any parti- "we have gone to great expense
enlar candidate. That hlas not been to take care of our Jewish trade,
nor is it its object. Representa- even at a loss of money, but we
tive of every shade of Jewry, it know ,and the Jewish people of
has assembled within its folds Greater iMiami may rest assured
young men, older men, everyone that every possible precaution
who has- a sense of civie duty.i was adopted to insure that all our
Monetary- gain, as charged byi products bearing the label "Kosh-
Some with little brains, is not r.or er for Passover" is absolutely in
1wil be its purpose- It cannot be, accordance with the strictest re-
for it offers nothing to be gained quirements of Jewish lw e
by any candidate. were happy to observe the actual
WYha t objection can there be to sacrifice of time and the labor ex-
an organization with these de- pended by R~abbis Machtei, Caplan
finite civic principles in mind? and Axelrod.to protect ritual re-
flowC can any man or woman, ,ob- quirements. They were conscien-
jeet to such an organization' tious and meticulousr in every de-
Non-Jewvs in every walkc of life tail. We wish for aill our Jewish
haek welcomed this sign of civie friends a Happy and Kosher
Cou kening on the part of D~ade Passover.
Conty Jews. Yet certain Jewsi -
Obet. a(T e sae J ws hwho ha" e ihVoes

even revente Jennah r~nian"' League to 1ee
A certain synagogn e may not ..--
be used for the holding of meet- According to plans adopted at
ings of this organization. Pray ,meeting of its Board of Gover-
gentlemen, why did you permit a,, held Tuesday evening, a
Political gatherings of out and- hoe mpnsmeeting will be held
I~ Cmnmnists in the very qutar* next Monday evening, A prl t24,

a hnes mno w a th cvic Mduty Co ulslnenifn'n8 oonr on the 6tle
Truthei aims' floor of the Court d to at-
euth will ever conquer. IHon- All Jews are urge ti to Rt
lest of purpose and execution of tend this mass ectinR sa t te
stacl aims will overeeme all ob- learn of the splendl aisn
8als. Unfair sad simarter organisation.
mided opposition wiBl but inten- .~
Kat te inevitable success.TrhisoubnerCr-
ewi P orking, you men of the goal. drt SUCES WILL bne Cr
Jwsh Votea rs eaue Fear not, ry it aloft anBCCB WL
for honest ei'cidassp is yeartt BE YOU RS.


with services e nes lauiy e en g r
at 7i p. m and Thursday, Fridray
and Saturday mornings at 9 a. m. Jewish Boy
Thursday morning, Rabbi Caplan .
will preach on "The Silent andt Again Victonons
Conscious Jew"; Friday morning
on "Freedom". Regular Friday
and Saturday services will be con- L Ieonard Rose the son of M1r.
ducted as usual. and M~rs. Harry Rose~ of this eity
Nex wek te Pssoer ervceswas again the sunccessful wFinner
Nex wek hePasovr srvccl ifor the second consecutive year
will be ushered in Triesday eve- 'in the Sixth annual Florida High
ning. Wednesday morning the School Mrusic Festival held i
services will begin at 9 a. m. and amalatwek Leonard Rose
Thursday morning at 8:30 a. m. wsdcae h etpae n
Yizkor services will be observed both of Classes A and B on the
at 10:30 with a special sermon cello instrument. He played the
lby the Rabbi on "Remembering Hungarian Rhapsodyv by Popper,
IHe is a student, with Wa;iter


TEPEIRAEfm)F MIAI r ard is a student at the Adr Ia tic~ efornm iiorteda p in~tr
137 N. E. Nineteenth Street MJerritt High~ school and wKhile campaign is concluded will hav-
jstill very young showed a- re- oeteiseo h a~~
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN~i, Rabbi m eshb om m < ic~a tletaleW
Passover services wll be held j oe rmamia aiy asd the major parties wage their

s he6 sort serie aill ne an-Cniest Symph ny O~~eta ink fo~r perefretattep
for a number of years. Ironard
ducted by Louis Zeientz. Thurs- is also a member of the Ada Mer- Candidates and prospective can-
dyl morning Passve sM am ih ritt Junior High School Orches- did~ae shBoul begin now to makhe
weilbeint ofcatig 11 da a. m. w tra and has appeared on the lo- plans for the actual reclamation
Zeriets ofcatig th 8pewl ei cal concert stage for charity per- of the taxEpayer from the slowng
aer p icsmth Rambb S. M. Mach- formancees very often. zPettew h hich youd h a oe
tei officiating an speK .g in the IIGGDA DITRBUE ery~on wleg bent h
SThrough the .efforts of Sam ers by election day and the mtant
The class in applied Religion Blanckr head of the Florida Sulgar or womanb who n offer the be~st
under the leadership of Rabbi S. Disht~ibtors the Rabbis of the plan for the bene64t of the people
M. Machtei met at the Robert Clay three Synagesspes in this district wil be seece to put that plan
Hotel last Monday night and quite were presented with .beautiful into tEe
large number attended. The Hlaggadahs printed by the Mas' C333333M M~~~~33 re The Ybr HMal
next meeting will be announced weBl Reas Cottee Co. These snl gg1~-
over the Radio Synagogule on were to be given to their coastz-
Sunnday morning. Lt~ee~ lntst arrrtmmn a ( rumrti~imrn aj




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Collegiate night with the Umi-
versity of Miami students as the
special guests w~ill be observed
Friday evening, April 22, at Beth
David Synagogue.
Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld and Dr.
S. Press will speak in addition to
Milton Friedman who will talk on
"'The Jew in College." The pro-
gram is in charge of Mrs. Sydney
L. Weintraub. Refreshments will
be served at a social hour that
will follow the services.

the AFriday evn ng, Ap ilr 2t
organization will have charge of
the services at Beth David with
Bernard Katz as chairman. Mil-
ton Friedman will deliver a ser.
monette on "LJudaism and the
Young, and David Hirsch will
also speak. A social hour will
follow the services.
$ *
.Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will
return to the city in about three
weeks after spending a needed
vacation in the North because of
his health. His many friends
wish him a speedy and complete
recovery.
*
Dr. David Paley is visiting in
West Palm Beach during the hol-
days.
r a
The confirmation class of Tem-
ple Israel will meet as usual ;t
the Temple, Saturday morning at
10:30, with Mrs. I. Levin in
charge.
** *
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth of this
city will spend the Passover holi-
days with his parents in Orlando,
Florida.


VOTE FOR



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CONJSTA~BLE
District No. 2
Your Vote and Support
Will Be Appreciated
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Mdr. and Mrs. Julius Simpse
moved this week to their new a
be utiful hone in Shenandoa



Hostesses for the Passover car
party being sponsored by th
Ladies Auxiliary of the Mian
Jewish Orthodox Congregatio
next Sunday evening at the hor
of M~rs. Wm. C~lein will be Me
dames Wrm. Clein, Morris R esa
port and Wm. Mechlowit ap

Miss Harriet Kantor left thi
week to spend several weeks i
New York city visiting with he
fiancee's friends and relatives,






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without the use of DRUGS,
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Wage Scale

Miami Federation
Of MuiSIlall
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Phone 2-3912



ENJOY
LORENZO TOURS
To
HAVANA
All Expenses, Seeing More
at Less Cost.
KOSHER FOOD
Provided if Desired
om.ic
McAllister H~otel Lobbyr
or at
454 Collins Ave,



FENWAY SO~LARIU~M

SWEDISH MABBAGE FOR

LA~D81~ BfENTL MMY60
Including Sheet and Towel
Season Rate Monthly &t
Phone 5-944'


SCombine Quality and Kashrus! ~


SThe finest of choice steers (not cows) that is the equal of the pick of I
IIWestern beef, kosher slaughtered in Miami to insure real kosher meat -
may be obtained locally only when you purchase your meats from us.

YOU C88 TRste the Difference k

An invitation is extended to the Rabbis and all the Jewry of this district
to inspect our market at their own convenience. Your interest in asking
t(for this will be sincerely appreciated.
EVERYTHING WE HANDLE IS

$ ~Kosher Beyond Any Doubt t

For your convenience we will be open Saturday night, Sunday morning Y
Monday night and all day Tuesday, for the second days of Passover.





a ~ ~Choice Fat Hens ........28c lb. 4

REV. NATHAN WROOBEL IS IN CHARGE OF KASHRUS (

SJOE REISMAN'S KOSHER MARKET. Inc. ~

1 66 N. W. 5 th St .
Phone 3-2270


NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT


IN HONOR of
PASSOVER
on Passover the choicest of
everythingg distinguishesthe
Jewish Horne. Manischwitz
Mar* ancdh tao grotdhubr

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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN


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Mr. and Mrs. Milton Kirs h
Alston, Mass., who were visii
their uncle, Dr- and is Mr it
Kirsch of this eity, on their hone~
moon returned to their home at
er a ten day visit here. Whi
here they were the guests at
number of social functions in the
honor.


every requirement of its many
patrons for fat hens and unex-
celled meats. It will reopen Sat-
urday night after peing closed
Thursday, Friday and SaturdaY
of this week with a new supply of
hens, the finest of locally k le
steers, brought live to Miami frons
Northern points. Because of the
second days of Passover it will
remain open until late MonE y
night and all day Tuesday. t s
p ugts hhe rpr oeuan dif not u-
erior to Western beef.
Officials of the company si t
that the only kosher k le
steer beef obtainable in this sec-
tion is handled exclusively bry
them. An invitation has been e -
tended to all Jews to visit their
plant at any time to verify as to
Kashruth. Recently one of te
members of the firm retired an
the store is now under new man-
~agement. Veal, lanb, and every-
thing necessary for the Jewish
housewife is at hand all of the
time to meet the patron's require-
ments.
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The Give, Get or Earn Luncheon
of the Junior Hadassah was held
at the Columbia Roof last Monday
evening 'with nearly a score of
guests attending. Only those who
had proi nd five dollars fr the

three methods was permitted to
attend. Mss Helen Yunes chair-
man of the affair introduced Miss
Hannah Mack who acted as toast-
mistress. 1Vrs. Freda Lutaky
president of Senior Hadassah was
the main speaker of the evening
and chose as her topic "Why Ha-
dassah". Bea Silver .on "Give",
Evelyn Jamison on "Get" and
Bede Goldenblank on "Earn" typi-
fled the evening's slogan,
Gertrude Goldman presented a
skit and the Farr sisters, Irene
and Sylvia were heard in a musi-
cal melange. Banks for the col-
lection of funds for the organiza-
tion were presented as souvenirs.
Telegrams from the National
President and others were read-
Needa Cromer pronounced grace
and Freda Lutzky the benediction.

Loyalty Club is sponsoring a
card party Sunday evening, April
24, at the home of Miss Bertha
Mendelson, 322 S. W. 31st Court
beginning at 8 p. m. Prizes will
be awarded for high scores and ;
refreshments will be served.
The public is cordially invited
to attend.

Friday morning at 10:30 an im-
portant committee meeting will
be held at the home of Mrs. S.
H. Lutzky when further plans for
the "Thrift Luncheon" will be dis-
cussed. All members of this com-
mittee are urged to attend.

ThyInfant Welfare and J. N.
F. Bridge has been indefinitely
postponed to a day the early part
of Mlay. MZrs. Barney Weinkle
and Mrs. Alex Goldstein are in
charge.

The bridge held at the home of


IMrs. J. Williamson last Wednes-
day was most successful. A ser-
ies of similar events will be held
from time to time and will cul-
minate with one large event at
which b mdI ebe oine efthe trip
toCb ilb anoa ed
Radassah is to hold its Thrift
luncheon on May 9, at Beth D~avid
Talmud Torah with Mrs. Sydney
L Weintraub in charge. The food
will be prepared by a committee
of Hadassah women and a fine
musical program will be presen-
ted. A prominent child's special-
ist will give a talk on "Dietetics
and Infant Welfare". Reservation
are already being received.
**
Hadassah will hold its annual
election of. officers the second
Monday in June. The installation


for the winter season. h nre orteMyDy
celebration sponsored by the Jun-
Passover baskets were distri- ior Hadassah for Sunday evening
buted by the ~Senior Council of May 1st, at the Ronrey Plaza Gar-
Jewish Women tothe needy fam- dens include candidates from
ilies of Miami named by the Jew. many local organizations totalling
ish Welfare Bureau- Each basket nine in number.
Contained sugar, vegetables, Bede Goldenblank for Senior
chickens and meats and other Hardassah, Sylcia Dreisen for
necessaries. Junior Council, Sylvia Chauncey
Matmos were contributed by a for Beth Jacob Sisterhood, Rose
resident of Miami Beach who de- Cromer for Mazda Club, Irene
sires his name be kept secret. He Farr for Beth David Sisterhood,
also contributed sums from five Sylvia Miller for the Ladies Aux-

ecl sad dol s each baskt eis ra rnie W tis foW h r u-o
is an annual affair with the Senior Council, Ruth Schwartz for the
Council. In charge of distribu- Yeddedem Club and Millicent Ru-
tion were Mrs. Morris Dubler bin for Bnai Brith complete the
and others. list of entries. Votes will be al-
lowed for each 'ticket -purchased


and some of the local notables
will count the ballots and an-
nounce the results.
Allowing the formal corona-
tion and the presentation of a
loving cup donated by Julius
Damenstein, the dancing will be-
gin with the formal march led by
the May Queen A number of
novelty entertainment stunts will
be presented during the evening.


At the last meeting of the
Mazda Club all the members took
part in the unique program that
was presented and enjoyed by all.
Refreshments were served during
the eevning.

Though crowded to capacity
during the pre-Passover rush,
Reisman's Kosher Meat Market,
Inc., at 16i6 N. W. 5th St., met





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The Radio Synagog

WIOD, SUNDAY 10:45 A. M.
to 11:45 A. M.

RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
Director

Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder
and director of the Radio Syna-
gog, will preach at 10:45 on Sun-
day morning over WIOD on "Who
Are The Dear?" In addition to
the sermon there will be hynms,
prayers, scripture reading, and a
question box. The services during
the summer will be held from
10:45 to 11:45 on Sunday morn-
ings due to WIOD and NBC sche-
dule changes made necessary by
the effect of Daylight Savings
Time in the North. The time and
place of the next meeting of the
study group in applied, practical
religion will be announced~ on Sun-
day Tbfe classes are under the
personal supervision of Rabbi S.
M. Machtei.

The Senior Council of Jewish
Women will hold an important
Board meeting in Kaplan hall
Wednesday, April 27, at 1:15 p.
m. This will be followed by a
regular meeting of the entire
membership promptly at 2 p. m.
The election of officers will take
place at this meeting following
th~e reportofH rh nm ntige ro-
man of the committee empowered
to organize a Jewish Girls Scout
troup will make her report. Fol-
lowing the business session a so-
cial hour will be spent with Mrs.
Lewis Brown, hospitality chair-
man me carge


Ms lx Goldstein, Mrs. Milton
Weine., Ys' Harry Orlin, Mrs.
On Sunday night, May 1st, a
benefit bridge for the Jewish
Welfare Bureau will be held at
the home of Mrs. Morris Rubin,
1923 S. W. 13th St., with Mrs.
Hyman N. Levy as chairman.
Members of her gym class who
have been assisting the Welfare
help in this affair. Prizes will be
help in this affair. Prizes will be
awarded for high scores and re-
freshments will be served.

Next Thursday evening, April
28, Junior Hadassah is planning
a Hard Times party for the bene-
fit of its J. N. F. Fund. Those
having fifty cents in the J. N. F.
boxes will be admitted.

Albert E. Rosenthal, Mrs. Joseph
S. Field, Mrs. Samuel Weissell
and Mrs. Herman Rubin. The
next regular meeting will be held
at Mrs. Levin's home, 1869 S. W.
12th St., and Mrs. Rosenthal will
o ies Go" agnolia Street" by
Loi odng. **
Mrs Herbert Kl einman is ar-


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An improvised altar of flowers
and potted palms was erected in
the large living room of the home
and adjoining this the traditional
:canopy was held during the cere-
mony by friends of the family.
The bride descended the broad
main staircase of the home on
nhams ofr ae nt ewho ga e
Mendelsohn's Wedding March
I aed by Miss Lena Weinkle.
Her attendants were Mrs. Leon
~Levitt matron of honor, Miss Syl-
via Levin of Atlanta, Ga., maid of
honor and Leon Levitt the groom's
brother was best man.
Immediately preceding the cere-
mony Miss Helen Levin sang I
Love You Truly".
Following the ceremony the
;bridal party was entertained at
dinner at the Palatial Kosher res-
taurant. Dancing followed until a
late hour. The couple left for a
.brief honeymoon trip through the
state and returned in time for the
Passover holidays which they will
spend as the guests of the groom's
parents.

Important business was reported
on at the meeting of the Ladies
Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare
Bureau last Monday at Kaplan
hall. Mrs. Harry Nevins in charge
of the Charity boxes reported that
thus far more than one hundred
and fifty dollars had been collee-
ted from these boxes. Congratula-
tions to the Ladies Auxliary for
the splendid work accomplished by
the organization since its incep-
tion was extended by Mrs. Sadye
G. Rose, executive secretary of
the Welfare Bureau. All members
were urged to donate playing
cards for the affairs of the organ-
izration. Following the business
session a social hour was spent
with Mrs. Harry Isaacs in charge.


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As we go to press plans are
being made for a farewell recep-
ton to be tendered the famous
cantor, I. Kaminsky by his local
admirers prior to his leaving the
city after a vacation of several
months here. Cantor Kaminsky
has spent his life in bringing to
light many lost liturgical composi.
tions depicting the historical
growth of musie in the life of the
Jews and particularly in its re-
ligions. He has also composed


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The annual Children's Sader of ]beautiful iving room and th n
the Miami Jewislh Orthodox Con- enjoyed the delicious rfr sh en
gregation was held last Sunday (that were pr red o tesmeont
evening at the Synagogue with t rprdfrte n
mnore than one hundred children te heavily laden dining room
seated at the festive board. The table. Strudel, teiglach, candies,
tables were set according to the sweets of all kinds were enjoyed
passover Sader~ ritual with the by the guests during the informal
matzos, wine, bitter herbs, etc. At part of the evening. Following,
the head of the table was Rabbi Mr. Harry I. Lipton president of
Jonah E. Caplan who supervised Beth Jacob Synagogue presided as
the entire ceremony. toastmaster and introduced the
The ceremonies started with the speakers, Rabbi Lazarus Axelrod,
Beeur Chomaytz, (burning of the Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld and Rabbi
leaven), and Ayruv Tayshilin Jonah E. Caplan were the first
,mbolized and explained by Ted- speakers. Lewis Brown, Nathan
dySimon. Then came the Sader Adelman, C. L. Clements, Mrs.
ceremony proper with the "Ho Boykin, Judge Walsh, Judge Boy-
cLachmo" recited and explained kin, Philip Lieberman, and J. Louis
by Martin Greenberg. .The kid- Shochet spoke briefly. The main
dush was recited by the entire address of the evening was the
snor class of the Talmud Torah. bar mitzva address of the celebr-
ehne MIa Nishtanoh was asked by ant, Jack Simon Mintzer. Jack i
the Junior Talmud Torah class in spoke in English regarding the
the Yiddish and explained by meaning of the ceremony of con-
Stanley Tannenbaum. The tradi- firmation. Cantor Boris Schlach-
tional Avodim Hoyeenu was given man, and Louis Stern sang during
by the Senior class and explained the evening. At a late hour a
by Chs. Adlman.buffet luncheon was served. Jack
The Chochom and Rostio was re- wste ei io aytl-
cited and translated by Stanley hf d Tg ot
Jamison and the Tom and Shea-ismn ren. edape-
yno oday Lisol b Emauelviou's, Saturday, the Bar Mitzva
Seitlin. Then came the meal with rcie h atrhadte
iceceremoniesc ofl the dherbs,Cetac b iga.dii e li
Adelan.TheShfoh camochowere hosts to the crowded syna-
gogue's worshippers at ap old
was explained by Chas. Adelman, fashioned kiddush following the
and then Echod Mee Yodaya and srie tBt ao.
Chad Gadyo was sung by the Tal-
mud Torah classes, and explained M.adMs .Pe h t
as to significance by Emanuel M a rs Pe h pe t
Seitlin Following the ceremonies ofthei wingter sasnd as the guest
a brief address was made by the o hi agtradsni-a,
Rabb inwhih hethakedtheMr. and Mrs. H. Simon of this
Ladies' Auxiliary for their parti-ciyrtne to hir om in
cipation and Pauline Lasky andOmhSudyorigOntir
Louis Heiman for their faithful way back they will spend some
condct f te Suday schol.time in Chicago visiting their
Several hundred adults were pres- cide hr.
!nt to watch the proceedings. ***
During the Sader the children en- Dr. and Mrs. Jacob Grossman
;oyed cakes, fruits nuts, egg and and daughter of New York city
theirr goodies that had been pro- arrived here Sunday to spend sev-
rided by the ladies auxiliary of eral weeks gith their relatives
;he congregation. and friends. They will be the
guests of Dr. and Mrs. Charles
The Woman's Club of the Work-Tnebum hisserdrng
men's Circle was host to a largethrstyee.
lumber of its members and their ***
friends at the Workmen's Circle The Ladies Auxiliary of the Mi-
lall at a uprad ethedinke" ami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
enderea s er Yidd cht teacher, tion will be hosts at a Passover
dr i i prcai o card party next Sunday evening,
S.Lenitt in aptpreciation of the A ril 25, at 8 p. m. at the home
hidendi concter pcuresented yth ofp Mrs. Wm. Clein, 1860 S. ]W.
dren.Lit wae8 hua ree o he 4th St. Passover goodies will be
aesetaton o Yidish plas, erved and the entire public is in-
ongs, and recitations which were v ten t Prizesd wi all beawadd
dmirably presented by the young- womhigh series. wilb wr
ters attending the school of the for hig sc ,
organization. Mr. Morris Green- tn etn fte
erg sang and recited a number An impor ubt heeldn on- t
f popular Yiddish songs. Mr. S. Young Israel clu was roos Mof
itt spoke briefly during the eve- day night in theh vsry rodos Co
ing. All joined in ~the singing the Miami Jewish or theo future
f folk songs. In charge of ar- gregation. Plans dir -h ftr
angments were Mesdames I. Gil- work of the organization were ds
lan, S- Gross, H. Katziff and S. cussed. A series of lectures is be
itt. ing planned to cover general Jew-
ish educational features.


many numbers which have been
sung in the Synagogues of differ-
ent countries throughout the en-
tire world. While in Miami where
Ihe has been a winter visitor for
a number of years, he has com-
posed a number of liturgical com-
positions suited to the voices of
:Miami cantors. He is known as
an authority on Jewish music and
has aften been consulted by au-
thors and historians. The com-
mittee making arrangements for
the farewell reception is composed
of Contors Boris Schlachman,
Louis Hayman and Nathan Wroo-
bel. Full details of this recep-
tion will be announced in an early
issue.

With Rabbi Jonah E. Capan of
the Miami Jewislh Orthodox Con-
gregation officiating, Frances Lil-
lian Lewis formerly of Atlanta,
Ga., and Nathan Levitt of this
city were united in marriage at
the home of the groom's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Levitt of this

wth cut floer sp ed dnc bak
Sets decorated with blue and white
streamers all about the house.


ranging a dinner followed by a
progrMd and bridge, at 1,2:30 p.
lis Ave., Mi ay 2Bach 30wh c
will include the installation of the
new officers of the Sisterhood of
Temple Israel
Mrs. Joseph Williamson will be
toastmaster adsiMrs. H.w I. H a

charge of the installation cere-
mony. Miss Rose Mary Gerson
Will present the musical program
Reservations may be made' with
Mrs. Kleiman, and others of her
committee, including Mrs. Tobias
Simon, Mrs. I. L. Rosendorf and
Mrs. B. L. Reisner.

Nat L. Williams, formerly of
Miami returned to the city this
week after an absence of some
time spent parteicing in New York
city. He will resume his law prac-
tice here with offices in the Con-
gress building. 'While in Miami
Nat was a popular figure aLmong
the members of the younger Jew-
sh set and began to take an active
part in local communal affairs.

Bernie Mayerson, leader of the
Jewish Florldian Radio Orchestra
and one of the most popular musi"
cians of this vicinity returned to
Chicago with his wife and son by
auto this week. He will lead an
orchestra in South Haven, 1Mich,
during the summer months and
will return to his home in Miami
in the early fall.


Mr. and Mrs.
turned to their
more due to the
Mrs. Lewis*


Jack Lewis re-
home in Balti-
sudden illness of


One of the prettiest of recent .
affairs was the reception celebra- Mlrs. Harry Weiziberg was chair-
ting the Bar Mitzva of Jack Si- man of the regular luncheon ob
mon Mintzer the son of Mr. and 'the Fortnightly Book Review clu
1Mrs. I. L. Mintzer at their home, Wednesday. Gladioli in shades oh
a0s3 iefesn ige., TMiantomBeach pi e adoi ed the tableby s.
beautifully decorated for the af- Henry Berg and Mrs. Rose R.
fair with cut flowers and potted Levin and door prize went to Mrs
palms. Charles Ro Ae e 0 in. Ots pRoe,
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The Way of Life

LOSSES


On a gloomy day' I met a New
York man who seemed almost
happy.
A friend asked him: "How's
the market?"
Haven't the slightest idea."
The questioner was astonish.
"Don't you own stocks and
bonds ?
"Sure I do," my man replied.
"But I know the things I own
can't disappear. I know, also,
that I have no chance of selling
them at a decent price in this
market. Therefore, why should I
torture myself watching thlelil
every day and figuring out how
much they have depreciated .
The other looked at him as if
he were a traitor to the serious
ideals of American finance.
Whereupon my friend uttered ln
important truth.
"The trouble with these fellows
in Wall Street is that they have
taken their losses fifteen times a
day for two years," he said-
"Think of it, fifteen times seven
hundred. What a loss that makes.
Nobody can stand a loss like that.
If they'd put away their lead pen-
cils; if they'd quit figuring on
the back of envelopes and the d
margins of newspapers, and for- 7
get the whole thing, they would
be much better off. Taking your e
loss fifteen times a day doesn't e
get you anywhere. It uses up s
brain cells ,and nervous energy \
that might be used for progress." ~
Every one of us who has aly
heart at all has had his heart e
wrung in the past few months. t
We help as far as we can, but C
there are so many we can not '
help. So many men who want ~o
work for whom there is no work! (
To these victims of the depres-
sion, and especially to the old 1
who have been wiped out and lack
the strength or the time to make
a fresh start, our deepest sympa-
thy goes out.
But there has been a lot of
whining on the part of men who
have no excuse to wh~ine,
I have been reading Emerson's
diaries. His railroad bonds went
sour in the panic of 1857. He re-
fers to his losses just once. His I
house burned down, and his diary
records: "House burned," and
goes on to more important things. -
Such men give us renewed re-
spect for the human race, and '
America has her full share of
than.
But I am weary of the boys
who tell me how much they would
have had if they had sold every-
thing in the summer of 1929--the
back-of-the-envelope lads who take
their losses fifteen times a day. ]


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There's a story told about Lo d
Reading that may or may not b
true, but it will certainly be ap-
preciated on a hot day. Reading,
who is known as a stickler for
conventions in dress and who is
quite meticulous about keeping up
social form, once visited Ljor
Melchett at his estate. The for-
mer Viceroy of India and the
"nickel king" were walking
through the latter's estate on a
rather warm day. Despite ever~y-
thing, however, Reading kept on
his gloves.
As they passed by a creek that
ran through the estate, Melehett
suggested that they go in for a
swim. Reading pointed out that
they had no bathing suits. But
Melchett said they weren't necest-
sary. So both stripped and start-
ed to wade. Suddenly Melchett
noticed that Reading still had his
gloves on and asked him why.
"Well, in case any ladies should
pass by and I have to shake
hands."
i! !
Ready-made advice very seldom
fits*

Kind words never die--and the
other kind live forever.
!
An empty purse is responsible
for some matrimonial failures.

Unless a man keeps moving the
world will soon throw him down.

If a homely woman has small
feet she always tries to attract
attention to them.
I ( ]
The race may not be to the
swift, but the fast young man
soon arrives at the end of his
course-
y I I
The statement of a Columbia
professor that beauty and brains
seldom go together is not neces-
sarily a reproach to beauty. Neith-
er do ugliness and brains go to-
gether in every instance, if you
ask me. An extensive survey
conducted by my corps of experts
shows that brains have an extre-
mely hard time finding anything
suitable with which to keep com-
pany.

Although a Cleveland woman
sued for $25,000 for a stolen kiss,
she was awarded only 6 cents.
The thief practically cleared him
self by stating that he gave it
back.
I !
Citizen--who was that lady I
seen you with last night?
April--That wasn't no lady.
That was Spring.
y : 4
Much happiness, like to6 much
sadness, mutes
The singing yeart-chords of a
thousand lutes,
Or mars the melody with notes
too sweet,
Falling from _honeyed lips that
drip, unmeet,
With cloying tunes, untempered
to the dorne
Of life's grim tuning fork. For
life alone
Can pluck the lute strings with
ecstatic throb.


Where joy is mingled with an
aching sob.
Then whisper one more melody
into my ear,
O. Muse, that thrills with life--a
laugh, a tear
Sing not of love, unmarred by pas-

Nor escie of bliss, nor peace

To~ sterile hours of dull content;


Volume V.--Number 17.
Friday, April 22, q32 r


unto the end of days."
If one can answer why he is a
Jew then one may add what it
means to be a Jew.
To be a Jew means that I should
not unjustly hurt another man, be
he student or toiler.
A Jew has no right to make
sport of his fellow man. Or to
humiliate him-
A Jew's word should be sacred
but many of them cannot keep so
much as a simple promise.
It means that he will not stoop
to the pettiness of name-callinr,
the debaucheryr of the fair in la-
rael.
You have it--an explanation of
why a man is A Jew aside from

to be a Je 8 moain el g

burning tore~h to carry. .


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Friday, April 22; t992


"TOLERANCE"
By Rabbi Max Geller

The stranger that sojourneth
~with you shall be unto you as the
native-born, and thou shalt love
him as thyself.--(Leviticus 19-34)
The Holy Bible teaches us to
love our fellowmen, especially the
stranger in our midst, and not to
bear malice against each other,
because we were all created in
the image of God.
The Talmud relates that two
great rabbis, Hillel and Shammai,
living about 100 years before the
destruction of the Temple in Jer-
usalem, were founders of differ-
ent academies, Beth Hillel and
Beth Shammai.
Hillel was the embodiment of
humanity, gentleness and kind-
ness. Shammai was irritable,
and lacked gentleness and patience
A proselyte came to Shammat,
asking to be taught the funda-
Inental principles of the Jewish
religion, while standing on one
foot. Shammai drove him away,
thus failing to to show the proper
love of God's creatures. .
The proselyte then went to
Hillel, who embraced him and
said, "Thou shalt love thy neigh-
bor as thyself. What is hateful
unto thee, do not do unto thy fel-
lowmen. This is the whole law,
the rest is commentary."
So we can see that if we would
be more tolerant toward our fel-
low-man, and allow him the full
freedom of his beliefs and con-
victions, nations would stop war-
ring with each other, people with
different religious creeds would
stop hating and persecuting one
another, capital and labor would
walk hand in hand, and this would
be a finer world to live in-
It is the supreme duty of every
one to appoint himself a commit,-
tee of one to try and be more tol-
erant toward his neighbor, espe-
cially the ahien mn our midst; to
instill love and harmony in all
our feelings and actions, and then
will the time of the "Golden Era"
be close*


GEMS FROM THE TALMUD
Compiled by S. T. P.

Do not burden the very young
with hard discourses. (Baba Bar-
thra 21.)
A city without a Talmud Torah
is unworthy of its existence.
(Sabbath 19.)
Strike the iron while it is hot;
teach the child while he is still
young. (Ben Sira 9.)
Teach thy son to eat good
wholesome food- (Chulin 84.)
My son, be thorough in what-
ever you do, and you will thus be
liked by all. (Ben Sira 3.)
Of the things of which man en-
joys in this world, and the princi-
pal remains for him in the world
to come, the teaching of children
is the most important one. (Sab-
bath 127.)
One should not live in a com-
munity where no Hebrew teachers
are available. (Sanhedrin 17.)


DICTUMS ON THE GAME
The Jewish community of I
Frankfort on the Main, after i


a great fire in 1711, passed reso-
lutions prohibiting, for a period
of fourteen years, the playing of
chess by any Jew or Jewess (ex-
cept the sick confined indoors).
Azulai (1774) suggested chess
only as a remedy for illness or 't
state of melancholy, while Elijah
Cohen of Smyrna objected to the
game because he claimed it wasted
time and tended to take a per-
son's mind away from study.

thEydnaechPalme ri a al ien
since the early part of this wreek.


But sing of love and life's experi.
Sent.
Song of joy, a song of eager.
ness,
Nor taunt me with the stoic mea-
gerness
Of days devoid of struggle and of
pain
To live, to suffer and find rest
again!
I I
Drinking bootleg liquor, warns
a dentist, is injurious to the teeth.
It causes them, along with the
rest of the drinker, to be buried
prematurely. And that is very bad
for the teeth.

She is so beautiful, so slim
And always looks so neat and
trim!i
I'm telling you, she's hard to
beat;
My pride in her is quite complete.
Though years may pass, she'll
never change;
And lest this seem a wee bit
stiarnge,
This "her" of whom I speak is
not
What you've been thinking--but
a yacht.
.1
There hived in a small village
a kindly rabbi whose most not.
iceable characteristic was his ex-
treme ins.He had a horse,
fton the trary, which was' very

One day one of the village folk
passed the rabbi's house and Ro-
ticed the contrast between the

"How is it, rabbi," he asked,
"that your horse is so nice and
fat, and that you, on the other
hand, are so slender, even skhri-
n ?"
"Yo se" sid the rbbi wth
a kin ly sile a"I feed iyho se;
my congregation feeds me."

Oh, sweet content and happi-
ness and comfort,
Oh, love, that can defeat and
conquer ~care,
You're with me when I stroll home
in the evening,
As I return and find my dar
ling there.

I often think, as we sit in the
twilight,
And I tell you words of rare and
sweet delight;
I've told the same thing to so
many darlings
That I have got my speech down
pat, all right.
I I ,
"I don't like to use this stuff,'
said the girl, applying rouge,
powder and lipstick, "but I feel
that I must. The tax I pay on
it helps the Government."
I !
Atraveler back from Canads
tells of going into a restaurant~
and giving his order to the wait-
er. The waiter yelled out the or
der to the cook and then disap-
peared. The meal was slow in
coming, and after waiting a while
the impatient customer got u]P
and walked to the kitchen. There
he found the waiter cooking-for
he was also the chet---and behe
been delayed because he had had
to send the boy-himself--out for
supplies.


Naturally the eastomer threat
ened to to complain to the mana-
gement. And he wras able to do
itte n tee ic the wa~it-
et wr tn he m a aeme too.

ga 1 atio simprvn I bit a n
normical effective nm


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WHY I AM A JEW
By EDMOND FLEG


(DEDICATED TO HIS GRANcDSONT
WHO Is NOT YET BORN.)

"And tell me if in this umique
history you do not feel the eter-
nal presence of a mind and a
will that have ordained its mis-
sion to this people and have made
its fulfillment possible, in trying
it through suffering, in saving it
through trials, in guiding step by
ste ft mrum hant ft pae As fo
me, my child, who have so long,
sought for the evidence of the ex-
istence of God, I have found it in
the existence of Israel.
"I am a Jew because born of
Israel and having lost it, I felt it
revive within me more alive than
I am myself.
"I am a Jew because born of
Israel, and having found it again,
I would have it live after me even
more alive than it is within me.
"I am a Jew because the faith
of Israel demands no abdication
of my mind.
"I am a Jew because the faith
of Israel asks every possible sae-
rifice of my soul.
"I am a Jew because in all
places where there are tears and
suffering the Jew weeps.
"I am a Jew because in eve~rg
age when the cry of despair id*
heard the Jew hopes.
"I am a Jew because the~mes-
sage of Israel is the most ancient
and the most modern.
"I am a Jew because Israel's
promise is a universal promise.
"I am a Jew because Israel the
world is not finished; men will
complete it*
"I am a Jew because Israel
places Man and his Unity above
nations and above Israel itself.
"I am a Jew because above
Man, image of the D~ivine Unity,
Israel places the Unity which is
divine.
"And I said to myself: from
that far distant father to my very
own father, all these fathers have
transmitted a truth to me, which
ran in their blood, which runs in
my blood; and must I not trans.
mit it with my blood to those of
my blood t
"Will you accept it, my child ?
Will you transmit it ? Perhaps
you will want to desert it. Then
it may be for a greater truth if
there be one. I could not then re-
prachoyou. It would bemydfault;
to o ras In rceived t. But r~heth-

treasure it, Israel will march on


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Justice Of PeRC

THIRD DISTRICT (Revised)
Subject to Democratic Primary
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(t By 1Milton A. Friedman C

Hello folks, is everybody: happy !
Tempus fugit and now ? I
thought that I had just finished
an article when the editor inform.
ed me that my column for this
week was due. Now I: must search
the hidden recesses of my mind
and find some news.
Of greatest import ne topomte



won a spectacularsemai- final
handball match at 'the` U. from
George Reiebgott and At Mack.
The score ~was something like
21-11; 17-18. The MEits have to win
one more match to become champs
and receive medals. They've got
all my best wishes and then some.
Another ~sports item is the in-
tramural tennis tournament which
will start soon. Many Jewish boys
have already entered. I'll give
yon the lineup when it's comple-
ted. You know, this world is such
a small place after al. :(You ne -
er heard that before, did you )
At the beginning of this semes-
ter a young fellow sat down next
to me in the U. Patio. Conversa-
tion started when he .explat ned
that he was a "new student and
would like my advice on some sub-
jects. This led to that, and from
that to there, till he told me
where he came from. He said,
"P'm from New York." I said, "So
am I. WThat part?" Then I said,
said, "The Bronx." Then I said,
"I too come from the Bronx.
What street?" Well, as I said
before, this led to that, and that
to, well anyway he fmally told
me that he used to live three
blocks away from where I lived.
Isn't it funny that we would
meet down here and not know
each other up there. But then
again in New York, you don't
even know all the tenants in your
own apartment house. This fel-
low and his bjio~thers both go to
the U. Their names are Irving
and Hal Lessin. They're doggone
nice fellows and so we welcome
th em to our fair city.
Next week perhaps something
will happen in which case I'll tell
you about it. Now that Passover
is here, I say, "Give me liberty
or give me wine."




*. C~rlL WATSON


ANNOUNCES

HIS CANDIDACY




COMMISSIONER

DISTRICT NO. 8


Pledging to the Taxpay-
ers a Real Sav~ing, to be
Reflected in Their Tas
Bills and in the Butdget


(Pasa Posneess. Aersawesamrdl


Friday, April 22, 1982


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of refuge for Jews who are per-
secuted in body or in spirit; be-
cause it is the home of the new
Jewish renaissance (rebirth).
5. WVhat is meant by Palestine
as the Holy Land?


them to keep modifying and
changing these laws; though they
have a common land, it is not yet
theirs; and they have no political
representation nor protection as
Jews, except in Eastern Europe,
where such protection and repre-
sentation is unsatisfactory and
hostile.
It is hoped that Palestine, as
to~e homeland of the Jewish na-
tion, will be the center in which
the common language, Hebrew,
will continue to develop and be
used; there authority wotild grow
up to develop and change rour
laws and customs as need be; the
redemption of the soil of Pales-
tine would be shared in by the
Jews of the world; and the Jews
of Palestine, though a small min-
ority, would, in course of time,
have self-government and repre-
snain deor thpogorernments

ff eh ol, t goen t rgea

the first indication of how Jews
may, directly or ~indirectly, have
their voice heard in the council
of nations.
7. What is meant by Palestine
Sas a Haven of Refuge ?
The Jews have never been sure
of the good-Bvill of their neigh-
bors in times of stress. .Ant~i-
SSemitism in one form or another,
exists. in every country' in the
world, whether official. or anoffi-
cial, politeal or social, economic
or cultural. It will probably~ last
until thl ray o~haed milni im,

will be abolished_ alongside of it.
If Palestine becomes a flourish-
ing homeland, the Jews persecutedt
in any part of the world---econo-
mically, socially, or physically -
could find in it refuge as a mat-
ter of right, and not of favor.
Also, many Jews 'in lands where
they are not officially persecuted
feel themselves homeless and
strangers, and would consider
Palestine the spiritual haven of
refuge, where they might live
among their own, without explan-
ation or apology.
8. What is meant by Pales~tine
as the home of the Jewish renais-
sance ?
~Because of the many centuries
of' the life in ghettos, the Jewish
body has been weakened, the Jew-
ish spirit cramped; because of
centuries of uncertain wandering
and economic restrictions, the Jews
have become 'luft menschen', mid-
dlemen; they are thought to have
lost the art of governing them-
selves and the desire to be really
productive.
I(Continued on page 6)


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Edited by R.


-- ,_ Palestine is the Holy Land of
Why he ewsthe three great religions of the
Why th Jewsworld--Judaism, Christianity, and
M ~ohammedanism.
W aat siesinel It is holy to the Christians be-
cause it is associated with the life
(Prepared for the Chicago Unit and death of Jesus, and because
of Jior adasah r. Ean-it was the scene of the life of all
de nir Duhkin) h238D. x the other heroes of the Old and
I. New Testaments- All the impor-
it.Is he esie fr Plesinetant Christian religious bodies of
new amon the ee Jews? esin the world have churches and
SNo. The Jews have never ceased mnseisi aetn.
wanting Palestine as their land It ius hlt the Moha~mmedans cosd
!from the time when Abraham, in becauhsethes Mohame idens cond-
Ihis mig 1 dns firstC turned his br hams ho ghthe8 chil knmaolf

eef o i me sun efCna ni and ehey n k dfor mav er c

~not, however, as holy to the Mo-
2. How has this desire express- hammedans as it is to the Chris-
ed itself in the past? tians and the Jews, because the
The Jewish prayer book is fill- holiest places in the Mohamme-
ed with prayers of hope and long- dan religion are the cities of Mee-
ing for the returhr of Zion. Al- ca and Medina, which were the
most all of the Jewish holidays scenes of the life of their Prophet,
are re indr of the~ li ot the Mohammed.


HIGH HAPPENINGS
Doings At Miami High


By Bettye


6


h (b


It seems as if I'm always com-
plaining about news in some form
Maybe it's because I'm an opti-
mist. (You know: "Nb news is
good news"-) Or because I'm jo
stiff from golf and aquaplan-
ing ( ?) The latter is a great
sport especieflly for those that
lk he obmp tf life (Let It


satile. felo : t he U ay h
While on sports let me sa that i
the Jewish population is wel rp
rete nin te coming tennis
tourname *
Those paired are: Maurice Cro-
mer, Aaron Goldenblank, Bud
Deisen,M 1m ERubin, Joe Mer-

hy htGordon. How about an upset 9
In the girls' matches Bea
Goldenblank seems to be the only
partiaipankty I assure you that
Ifmity is w leU represented in 'the
In the recent Pan-American Pa-
geant, Miami High took first
place. Lois Louis was one of the
Pageanites (coined for my own
use.) Los was some part of Mex- I
ican native. (Of course I wouldn't
remember everything) How ob-
serving. How. Maybe it's due
to Vanilla.
Now the musical side; first
place in Music. The orchestra of
which Charlotte Rappaport and
Arthur Schandloff are members
won one of the honors. Both stu-
dents a pa on s the violin sc

I wouldn't exactly remember.
(arso me m personaiy 1 mus


Ies i aest n-,Mn y n
them, such as Succos, Chamishno
Osor be Shevat, ete., cannot be
Sun stood except in terms of life
in d esine. Tisha B'AY is ob-
served amxually in commemora-
msnoh lthe eie f dm' Palestin .
"Zionides love songs of Zion'
Many Jewish customs (such as the.
black stripes of the Tallith; the
breaking of the glass at the wed-
ding ceremony; the sprinkling of
holy earth on the person of the
dead before burial; the ceremony
of mourning at midnight; the
leaving of one wall unplastered)
have reminded the Jew throughout
the centuries of his vow "not to
forget Zion" (see Psalm 137).
3. How does the desire for
Palestine find expression now ?
It finds two general forms of
expression:
(1) Religious--in prayers, holi-
days, customs, etc.; also in the
migration of elderly Jews and
eJ wesses ~ t nosendl ther last epars


It is holy to the Jews because
it was there that the Jewish na-
tion. had its birth and develop-
ment; there the Bible was writ-
ten and lived; there Jewish reli-
gious ideas and Jewish laws had
their originhe at ,s rds holy to

both Jewish and Christian tradi-
tional belief, the millennium (the
prfect ag;"the day of the
Messiah"), when all wrongs .will
be righted, will come only when
the Jews too are at peace and
back in their land. The return of
the Jews to 'Palestine is part of
the Jewish traditional belief in
.the justice and the power of God
to fulfill the prophecies regarding
their Return. (For examples of
prophecies see Isaiah chap. 49,
Jeremiah 31. etc., etc.)
6. What is meant by Palestine
as the Jewish National Homne ?
The elements of nationality are
common' ancestry and history,
common language, common laws
and customs, common land, and
political representation and pro-
tection. The Jews of the world,
scattered as they are among all
the nations, share in common en-
cestry and history (immediate or
remote); but, though they have
one common langdage of prayer,
they speak every vernacular of
the world; though they have a
common source of laws and cus-
toms, there is no authority among


Always getting personal. uvu~ rrp ~~
Let e oferCharott Rapa-and die in Palestine; also mn the
ort an poloyfor nhrott having support of Palestine Yeshivahs
mentione herog ame nonth hovn- and talmudic students by Ortho-
orroll the last two times. ItdoJestruhttewrl*
or hae eena sipof he en (2) National through the
must hae been a lpo tep Zionist movement and its organ-
noto that I've dsuse bu ization; migration of Chalutzim
ide excet I'edscholstic I'du and others to live and work in
every stae wordp in fortast.c Palestine; the revival of the He-
he ter put odi o ht brew language not only in Pales-
Rose Farkas and Sidney Ros- tine but throughout the Jewish
enth~al were recently initiated into world; the interest of non-Zionist
the honor sorority At the intia-Jesith HbrwUvrit
tion Sylvia Leibovitt was one of in Jerusalem, in Jewish Agency,
the sher anddid he "auxin pilgrimages to Palestine, and
pas." My word! Miss Leibovitt in the whole Palestine problem.
actually pinned the corsages on 4 h oteJw atPls
the ~wrong shoulder. Imagine. .Wyd h Jw atPlu
Just a word to people that try tine ?
to chisel (Not in my vocabulary) Because it is the Holy Land;
parking spaces. I get vicious because it is their national home-
one n wile land; because it can be a haven


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ROBERT R. WILLIAMS

JUSTICE OF PEACE
SECOND DISTRICT (Revised)
Subject to Democratic Primary

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SNAPPER (fillet) ..30cl
SNAPPER (st ---- 2c lb
GROUPER ..--------.....1~2c lb
TROUT ....-------------.....15c lb
1MACKEREL....-----......15clb
KING FISH (whole) 10e lb
KING FISH (steaks) 15e lb
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itor. K~eep mindful of your de-
pendence upon and responsibility
to God. Deserve more than you
receive. If you are disappointed
do not degrade it into a defeat.
Convert it into a challenge com-
pelling new aspiration, ability
and effort. Act thus with smil-
ing spirit and you will ultimately
Find failure prevented and tri-
umph only postponed.
!
At an audition held by Schwab
& Mandel, the time came for a
funny looking little girl to display
her talents.
"What do you do ?" asked the
director.
"This," she replied.
'She lifted -her skirts knee high
and trotted around the stage bow.
legged, The director was a bit
puzzled.
"What else?" he asked.
"Nothing else," she snapped-
"Ain't that enough to get a girl
on Bradw Se was out on Broad-
way five minutes later.

There is a golf club on Long
Island, not very far from Great
Neck, as a matter of fact, that
has many prosperous garment
manufacturers among its mem-
Ibers. Naturally some of the "cloak


WANT


WHY JEWS


and suiters" are dubs at the an.
eient and honorable game. The
other day a middle-aged cloak and
suiter who had recently taken up
the game returned to the club-
house and boasted that he had
gone around in a hundred and
twenty-eight.
"Not bad for a beginner, one
hundred and twenty-eight," he
added with a burst of pride.
"Wa~~s that net or gross, Moe?!"
aske one of his friends.
"I should say a score of 128
for a beginner on this course is
very gross indeed," came back the
"cloak and sruiter."
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PLAESTINE
(Continued from page 5)
By establishing the example of
a normal Jewish self-governing
society, representing all human
occupations and interests, it is
hoped the Jews will recover their
dig'ty and their balance as a
People.

of them saw a wild rose.
"Pretty flower ch?" he said.
"Vot kind is it? "
"How do I know?" replied the
other. "I ain't in the millinery
business.
!


Candidate Mlakes
Speed R od

All records for political speed
were broken in Dade County last
week when George Matthews,
eighteen years a tomato grower
of Dade County, announced his
candidacy for Sheriff in the morn-
ing and qualified as required by
law on the same afternoon. He
would have qualified earlier the
same morning had he not been
so busy shaking hands with friends
that his parade to the democrats
county headquarters lasted until
after one o'clock where he de-
clared his intentions as prescrib-
ed~ by law, tgnd later officially
filed his candidate's papers with
the County Clerk.
To make a busy day complete
Mr. Matthews was among se~vejgal
se kor tiat lhueb M quiBeach
that night and made his first
th me-h of the campaign at


There is a
Lower New


story about two
York business men


who went out in the Country. One j


Since his formal entry in the
Sheriff's race, Mr. Matthews has
been busy meeting old time ac-
quaintances and friends at cam-
paign headquarters opened in the
Tastum Building on W7Cest: Flagler
St., uner the supervision o rG e

active details of his campaign.

shu Id. 8ir ad succeed. op::
tunity and application you cannot
wholly fail. Partial failure is also
partial success. Would you accom-
plish more ? Here is the price.
Be more in character and abil-
ity. These rest with you. Work
industriously, patiently, hopefully
and cheerfully. Make your em-
ployer's interest yours. Curtail
your conceit. Do not expect too
much. Let modesty be your mon-


II


Why Take A Chance?


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*sgd 'Irn m.agg **ae& qqM 'N 69L a cally makes all dishes, silver, etc., unfit for use in the observant
*Uessy sea~npoird WIN~ emoH Jew's home.
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UHY take chances? Our dairy products are Kosher for Pasipver
nuagghoga zopoq3-IO ysshyrue~y nwI beyond a shadow of doubt. Nothing is left to chance. Dry
N`yry gyg HVNOf IG8VaZ Foods such as beet pulp, etc., is fed our cows according to
qaaog lunsyn 'qoosp qqeg *Suo3 Jewish Law. Utensils, machinery,~ etc., have been thoroughly
GOUHIXV '? Isava koshered.

IE~LHO~H 'W 'S Isava ABBIS JONAH E. CAPLAN, SAMUEL M. MACHTEI and
Jo uo s a~redng JTapun LAZARUS AXELROD certi$'y9ll these facts. A Mashgiach
~IIBAOSSBd II06 IISHSO)I Tmidi resides at our dairy since last Sunday.

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KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
Under Supervision of
RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
The Radio Synagog

Cong.RABBIhJab oAM a DBeach Sce YOur Orders Now to Insure Delivery
RABBI JONAH E. CAPLAN
Mim~eih sthdx og~aiMIAMI HOMAE MILK PRODUCERS ASS'N
Miami
Home Milkr Producers Ass'n*
769 N. W. 18th Ter., Miami, Fla.
Phone 2-7696 Because of Jewish Law we are unable to provide Kosher "Golden Flake"
~S~fHome Churned Buttermilk for Passover.n

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769 N. W. 18th Terrace, Miami, Fla.
506 E 6thAve, Ft LaderdleFlaPhones, 2-7696 2-7697
50 .6t v.,F. arera *,Fa Phone, 320


I take this means of an-
nouncing to the Citizens of
Dade County, that I will be
a candidate for Sheriff in the
coming Democratic Primary.
I have lived in your commun-
ity for eighteen years. If yo"
do not personally know me I
request that you investigate
thr 1ghy my lumestyit ad

S h. John Shhll, Dr. J. A

me for a great many years,
have volunteered to act as a
campaign committee; we will
have campaign headquarters
open in a few days. I will
endeavor to personally see
beoe ecton. ID dromem on
citizens I am under no politi-
cal obligation to any clique
or faction and will give you
fair and impartial law in-i
forcemenlt.
Respectfully,
GEORGE MATTMEWS
(Puzo Poxtrarrolz Awvrmarnsmmrr


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