The Jewish Floridian


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The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
May 6, 1932
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami


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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Price: Five Cents

(Orth odox)
311 Washington A eu
Miami Beachvne
L. AXELROD. Itabbi
The usual early services at 6:30 j
will be followed by the late serv. I
ices at 8:15 when Rabbi Axelrod
will preach. Cantor Boris Schlach.
man will as usual lead in the
chanting and congregational sing. e

;next congress will be called upon
to vote.
"I believe the 18th amendment
to the Constitution of the United
States is contrary to the princi-
ples upon which this government
is founded and should be repeal-
"I believe each state should be
permitted to determine for itself
whether it shall have prohibition
or whether intoxicating liquors
shall be sold within its borders.
"Pending the repeal of the 18th
amendment, and in order to meet
the present emergency, I favor
an amendment to the Volstead act
permitting the sale of light wines
and beer under government super-
vision and regulation in those
states which shall so elect.
"I favor repeal of all unneces-
sary boards and commissions and
reduction of expenses of the fed-
eral government to the minimum.
"I am unalterably opposed to
the usurpation by the federal gov- I

paramount to that of any other
people or nation.
"During the course of the next
few weeks I shall give to the peo-
ple of this district my reasons for
my views on these subjects. They
have been arrived at after years
bf deliberation and expe ienc i

1 ctd ato congess from this dil-
e feot topl a t any est earnest

should it become necessary to help
quality these prospects for alti-
senship. -


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SCampaign Briefs

J. N. (Newt) Lummus, Dade
County tax assessor, has announ-
ced his candidacy for reelection
to the office subject to the Demo-
cratic primary Jlmne 7 on a plat-
form of strict economy in offlee
to comply with the demands of
the Dade County Tax Relief As-
sociation for a cut of 25 per cent
in the operating costs of the coun-
ty government.
Mr. Lummus was elected in
1928 and took offlee soon after
January 1, 1929. He had previ-
ously been mayor of Miami Beach
for two years.
Mr. Lummus is a thirty-second
degree Scottish Rite Mason and
a member of the Mahi Shrine. He
is also a member of the Miami
Beach Post of the American
Legion, Elks Club, Kiwanis Club
and is vice-president of the Flor-
ida State Amateur Athletic As-
After attending the public
schools of Miami, he was gradu-
ated from Staunton Military Aca-
demy and later attended the Uni-
versity of Virginia. He entered
the officers' training camp at
camp Gordon during the World
War. Mr. Lammes is married and
has two e ilren.

W. Hugh Combs, sr., declared
his candidacy recently for the of-
fice of School Board from D~istrict
No. 2. Mr. Combs has been a resi-
dent of Miami for more than
82 years and has shown an
active interest in Dade Countyt
Schools for more than thirty
years. In 1928 and 1929 he was
responsible for giving from 800
to 350 children in the local schools
a noon meal every day, a good
part of the money coming from
his own pocket. He has served
as Scout commissioner of the
Dade County Boy Scouts and has
been an active figure in all chil-
dren's work in the county for a
long time. He is a member of
the Rotary club, Knights of Pyth-
las, Odd Fellows, Elks, Knights
a past commander of the Knights
Temple, Past Grand Patron of the
Eastern Star, and a commanding
A elat on the Euneral D~irectors
t onally. te is Hoesiedento h
Cob uea oeo im
and Miami Beach. In a statement
Mr. Combs said "I have never
sought public office, but at the
insistence of'ans many friends I

consider probably the most im-
porantof o n Dae aC m t,
ehildrn If elected I will give
that attention to the affairs of
the School Board witheat fear ort
favor, that will best help the wel-
fare of the children."

numerous political meetings he
has attended. He is making an
appeal to the voters of Dade Coun-
ty to permit new blood to accom-
plish the needed reforms in the
tax structure at the State. He
has arged economy in the admin-
stration of government and has

do to mak the sebu dn one

that will encourage people to own
their homes, investors to buy
property and afford busrinessa men
the opportunity of earning a fair

(Continued on 5)J

At a meeting attended
ub- many of ~the most promine
ned citizens of the State of Florid
,ur including many residents fro
the the entire state, E. La
me) (Chazir fet) Coyne was enth
far i nstically endorsed for thre it
ee- portent office of "State Wi<
mne Supervisor and Inspector a
Brassiere Bathing Suits". II
I only opponent at this t* e
b-I "Jiggs" of the Taro S rime
no Ledr wh announced la
he economy of course will be or
;rd of his chief planle--that
on economy in bathing suits. HII
,rt experience at Miami Beat
re- where the latest in bathing sail
~ef have been demonstrated by fai
up bathers from all parts of til
of world, and the closeups he ha
~e- already had have more thai
lit familiarized him with the dutie
l-_ of the office.
!ir Many Jewish citizens whei
interviewed, replied, "we fee
It that one of Chazir fet's experi
ence, his standing in the com
monity, his recent fight for the
protections of the morals and
l.fair name of the Jewish people
eand his world wide fame as r
k-publicist entitle him to this im
rportant office."' Like his oppo
neat, Hon. E. Lard (Chazir fet)
tCoyne will shortly say "I thinly'
it is due the voters of this fair
eB state to say that I will have to
shave many assistants to give
-the up and down to the woman's
-bathing gark--one on every
rBeach---and I'm going to pass
x/ these choice jobs out to those
nlads who give me the most sup-
t port free gratis for nothing."
s "The salary will not be much
t but the work will be light and
o extremely pleasurable."
e "Familiarity with the duties
I of this important moral office
ntitles me to the suffrage of
-Florida's moral citizenry. I
e) shall endeavor to make a close
ue of all myduties during
f surey cama and have already
thie mpainy offers of co-op-
ex-a ion from he habitues of the

Itisrumored that a promi-
neatpioeer 11l be tainted
neat pionemner W for at e as.
capragnt mand gehrortly prepare
piranst and article showing the
exac ei utian, which will ap-
pear in a local dal.___......
at funerals, and that in the event
that the mourners wished to have
any other rabbi, the Chevrah
Kaddishoh would .withdraw and
not perform the rites. At my re-
quest, a meeting of the board of
directors of the Cemetery Asso-

tampered with by a group with-
in -the association, in that 4;he
family of the deceased were not
permitted the free exercise of
their own will in the choice of a
rabbi and in other matters which
will be brought to light in a sub-
sequent report. The board met
belhintd closed door with th re
Chevrah Kaddislhoh was res id
ed and the following was a pt
ed: "That only those Orthod x
Rabbis with recognized pulpits b

in charge of and supervise a a

(Continued on page 6)

139 N. W. Third Avenue


-The usual early services Fri~da~ymout issues of the coming cam-
night will be followed by the late Ipaign.
services which will begin at 8:15 He declared the 18th amend-
p. m., when Rabbi A. S. Kleinteld ment contrary to principles upon
will preach on "The Beauty of which the United States was
Holiness." Cantor Louis Hayman founded and stressed importance
will chant the services and lead of state rights in his platform.
jn te reponive eadigs. He urged immediate modification

MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX ment controlled sale of light wines
CONGREGATION and beer in those states which
(Orthodox) elect to have it.
1545 8. W. Third Street Mr. Wilcox is chairman of the
taxation and finance committee of
JONAH E. CAPLAN, Rabbi the Florida League of Municipal.
The usual early services will ities and general counsel for the
begin at 6:30 Fr~iday night and league.
Saturday morning services at 9 Following is his platform:
a. m. with the Mincha services at "(I am aL Democrat and believe
6 p. m. The late Friday night ser- the return of prosperity in Amer-
vices have been discontinued. ica depends upon the return to
Sunday school meets at 10 Democratic principles of govern-
o'clock Sunda mri wth -ment. I have the utmost conft-
oembly at 11 o'mlornngwi a dence in our party leaders and
will support the platform and can-
didates of the Democratic national
(Reform) "I believe the voters should be
137 N. E. Nineteenth Street informed as to the views of any
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi/ candidate on the important issues
upon which the members of the

The usual Friday evening ser-
vices will begin at 8:15 with a
lay speaker. Mr Louis Zeients
will be in charge during the ab-
sence of Rabbi Dr. Kaplan. The
confirmation class meets on Sat-
urday morning with Mrs. Isaac
Levin in charge.

Massmneeting Of

Voters League

A series of public mass meet-
ings to which all candidates for
Office will be i~n dtd Ys bee
planned by the Dv Yl Vt
ers League. Two will be held be-
fore the first primary, and one
before the second primary.
Music will be provided and r
freshments will be sehved Jheish
meetings wil dacquain th Jwith te
voters of Dad thun y platforms
candidates and teir plth r

a will endbeavorm toh cavma bepr-
vthe potll getax sot tehe primres.
tmi tted to YueVoers o h League ar
Theprn avid t of J hewishvoters of
Jeihvtr fDade County asivcntrson
awakleningvof its maembers part-

mtel taxan vote at all elections.
toe haved eleroe noter yeta cii-
hois entitled to ceitizvoenship
sae pl orny n his naualizt ion pa-
aprs Irt wfill conduct, classes,
pelrl ihteve fhvn

eJe~t~d.. F~rl~Cd~Sln

Miami, ,
May 6, 11
please permit me to make pi
the facts herein contain
ghthe columns of ye
rtypublication. I use t
"worthy" advisedly. So:
differ with me, but, inso~
they are a medium of extpre
o' for me, the columns have soi

SLast week I touched upon a su
j4 vital to the Jewish cormmu
ityr in a general way, giving
uset facts and mentioning
e.I have since placed t
ttrdiscussed before the boa
of directors of the orgalisatie
concerned and I wish to repol
the action and results, first pr
facing my statement with a bri
outline of the events leading 1
to the meeting of the board
the Greater Miami Jewish Cem
tery Association. I hall om
the names of the outsiders invo
ved out of consideration for the
feelings and, also, because tl
taewas only an example.
alght have been any one else.
I was advised of the death of
kew, a resident of Miami, and w
asked to officiate at his funera
i accepted and so informed th
friend of the family who had spo
to me, He phoned to~sme late
of themsame day an Mod me t e

tery Associa lon r ehad advised th
family of the deceased that onles
some other Rabbi wee subst~i
toted for me the Chevrah Kad
dishoh, who prepare the body fo
harial according to the Orthodo:
Jewish rites, would be withdraw
from the work and would go.
prepare the body. I advised thi
man to instruct the family tha
they were within their rights te
select any Rabbi whom they chose
to officiate at the funeral.
then communicated with the pres
ident of the association and in
quired if the ruling against me
was a platform of theasrsociation
11* disclaimed all knowledge o~
the action of the individual mem
her of the Board and promisal to
investigate. In fairness to him
I wish to state that the matter
Was adjusted and I: conducted the
funeral service. Prior to the fan-
wral, Ilearned that this same
person, who had opposed me, had
visited the home of the deceased
and msitructed the family on the
morning of the funeral, and some
seven hours prior to the time set
for the funeral, that the funeral
had to be Postponed till the fol-
lowing day because be could not
attend, as, the hoar set for the
funeral would not permit him to
have his lunch, after attendance

Rithout him. The members of the
family, in their berevment, still
had presence of mlad enough and
t11 fortitude to tell this man that
he could eat his lanch or dinner
and that they wealld manage
without his attendance,

A resolation, aader date of
1a 1st, aurwa ant db- pa
dishoh, in abidk~ tht rop of
mben, who wash rad dmre the
bodies of the~ rlW' and watch
ever the bodkicalitdge)~i~al thart
;onl thre Fil begadYI masses

to ta jHc"

Sdorsed by Ma1

Wilcox Enters

COngress ERaCO

J. Mark Wilcox, city attorney
of West Palm Beach and active
in state taxation problems
announced his candidacy for
congress from the fourth district,
opposing Mrs. Ruth Bryan Owen
on a platform of modification of
the Volstead act, repeal of the
18th amendment, and state option
on all liquor laws.
Mr. Wilcox said his announce-
ment followed a series of con-
ferences with Democratic leaders
of this congressional district in
which the prohibition issue was
agreed upon as one of the para.

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was 'the rteent anonee
of a ~third candidate for the pre
dency running on his ownho
utps t n likehithendepe might
come t-hrough. 7m
-Elections were held thiswe
but came too late for me to writ

nhe lections wreo hedThue s an
Beebs Berner is running fort
office of Chief Justice of the Hot
or Court and has a mightygo
chan s of winmi The stu nt

situation and independent (
don't mean the party) candidt
have better opportunities to com
through. Bee~bs is running index
pendent so we shall see what
shall see.
Besides politics there areno
other disagreeable mattersexs
ing. I refer to that jinxr of st
dents the world over,exmn

ro~g~ rnu '- I
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tions. Politics are perhaps bett
than exams in that, while we ma
hav our choice refe candidates,

Along with the thought that tx
will be with us always, wefa
the grim truth that exams hav
that same lasting quality W
must therefore bear the strainan
take it with a grin, though ee
a sickly one.
This week, Rho Beta Omicron
the honorary public speaking fra-
ternity of the U had its annual
tapping ceremony, giving bids t
the most prominent speakers i
the U. Among those honoed
were Milton Weiss and Milton
Friedman. These boys seem t
go for everything together and
receive the same honors together.
Well, if I expect to pass some
exams tomorrow, Pll1 have to get

te welcm a s oof M rp es..
pleasant dreams.


co Abou t Y'tourYr

SCOmbine Quality and Kashrus! ~

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

You Can Taste the Difference

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 askring
for this will be sincerely appreciated.

Y ~Kosher Beyond Any Doubt O



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) Phone 8-2270


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Phone 2-8912

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The regular Friday night serv-
ices of the Congregation Beth El
will be held Friday night at the
Community House on Seventh St.,
with Mr. Sam Schutzer conduct-
ing. Services begin at 8 o'clock.
The regular Friday night serv-
ices of the Temple Beth Israel
will be held Friday night at the
Temple on Broward Ave(,, with
SDr. Carl N. Herman officiating.
Following the services the usual
sermon will be given by the Rabbi.
The regular meeting of the
B'nai B'rith Lodge of West Palm
Beach will be held May 9 at the
Odd Fellows' hall on South Dixie
Highway. All members are urg-
ed to be present at this time as
very important matters will be
brought up for discussion.
The regular Sunday night card
party of the Beth El Sisterhood
was held Sunday night at the
Community House with Jack
Sneider and Martin Dubbin hosts.
After the cards were played and
prizes were awarded, delicious re-
freshments were served by the
A luncheon of the Beth Israel
Sisterhood was held Tuesday aft-
ernoon at the Luzianne Cafe at
which time the officers for the
ensuing year were elected. Fol-
lowing the luncheon and election
a very interesting program was
The regular meeting of the
Jewish Welfare was held Wed-
nesday night at the Beth Israel
Tmple on Broward Avee Vrious

ed and disposed of.

d, At University of Miami s
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SBy Milton A. Friedman cA
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Hello folks, is everybody happy ?
National politics have nothing
on the U\ of Miami. Our parties
show a more bitter hatred toward
each other than do 'the Repubs
adenDdemos, tFollohwerst rfthe In-
defaeedndanodt roe thei p

and furious. Adding excitement
to the already seething turmoil


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gton aundall theirfiends. Ma5The bi foru Bnaie Britth ompet the Sno

affair will begin at 6 p. m. and list of entries. Votes will be al-
will last throughout the evening. lowed for each ticket purchased
Admission will be only fifty cents and some of the local notables
and will entitle the guests to all will count the ballots and an-
the food' they can eat. iSand- nounce the results.
wic es, drinks, etc., will be serv- The affair was postponed be-
ed. Following refreshments cards cause of rin last Sunday.
wil tbe enjoyed. The public is Following the formal corona-
tion and the presentation of a
loving cup donated by Julius
Beth ]David Sisterhood will Damenstein, the dancing will be-
hold a board meeting in the form gin with the formal march' led by I
of a luncheon Wednesday, May the May Queen. A number of
11, at noon with M~ii Morris novelty entertainment stunts will
Dsube and Mrs. Setanley r. Myer ~be presented during the evening.
ing will follow at 2 o'clock when ***
election of officers and other im- Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Epstein
1_~_~__ have returned from a week's mo-

the `prospective groom, Mr. Sam
Abrams, Murray Blumnberg.
Miss Anne Koller of New York
was the guest of honor at a party
given by Murray Grossman tf
Miami Beach. Those present were
Millian Melcher, Stella Rosenberg,
Mildred Davis, MimT Furman,
Irving Henry, Charles Meleher,
Irving Furman and Herbert
Emunah Chapter O E. S. will
honor all mothers by a mothers
day celebration at its next meet-
ing, Thursday evening, May 12
at the Scottish Rite Temple, be-
ginning at 8 o'clock. An inter-
esting program will be presented
and refreshments will be served.
The officers of Emunah Chapter
were the guests of Mrs. Sadye G.
Rose secretary of the chapter and
president of Loyalty Club at her
home last Tuesday evening. A
very pleasant time was enjoyed.
'- -
I think I'll take the safe man
And let the genius go;
As for the so-called cave man,
I'll firmly answer "No!,,

portant business will be transac-
ted. All members are urged to
attend and be on hand promptly.

Cantor I. Kaminsky was the
guest of honor last Sunday night
at a dinner in the Nemo Hotel
tendered him by his local admir-
ers. During the evening, Cantors
Schlachman, Hayman and Wroo-
bel sang a number of selections.
At a late hour Cantor Kaminsky
rendered several of his noted
In charge of arrangements was
a committee headed by Cantor
Boris Schlachman,

The entries for the May Day
celebration sponsored by the Jun-
or Hadassah for Sunday evening
May 8th, at the Roney Plaza Gar"
dens include candidates from
many local organizations totall-
ing nine in number*
Bede Goldenblank for Senior
Hadassah, Slyvia Dreisen for
Junior Council, Sylvia Chauncey
for Beth Jacob Sisterhood, Rose
Cromer for Mazda Club, Irene
Farr for Beth David Sisterhood,
Sylvia Miller for the Ladies Aux-
iliary of the Jewish W~elfare Bu-

tor trip over the state.

A large number kof friends at-
tended the engagement party last IThe dashing, daring lover
Tuesday night when Miss Ruth Who storms the. heart with
Snyder the daughter of Mr. and zest,
Mrs. B. Snyder of Coconut Grove He'll see me run to cover,
was engaged to Charles Gross of Not come at his behest.
Parkville, N. Y. Rabbi A. Levin
of New York who has been spend- The great big strapping "he man"
ing the winter in Miami Beach I With sex appeal, to me
carried out the formal "tnoim" Will always be a free man

If he seeks my company.

I'm not so strong on heroes,
Those figures known to fame,
But a figure plus six zeros---
For that I'll change my name.

No Summons on Saturday

The laws of the state of New
York forbid the serving of a sum-
mons on Saturday to a Sabbath-
observing Jew. This is an old
law, and in 1897 it was given re-
newed vigor through a court in
terpretation. This is in contrast
to a recent decision of a London
judge that a summons served in
a synagogue on Saturday was le-

and spoke during the evening.
Morton Fagan of the Palatial
Kosher Restaurant was toastmas-
ter and introduced the various
speakers. Among the guests pres-

man, Mr nd ds. MD vei God
stein, Mr. and Mrs Sam Tannen-
baum, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Good-
man, Mr. and Mrs. P. Stone, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Platt, Mr. and Mrs.
Morton Fagan, Mr. and Mrs. L.
Kotkin, Mr. and Mrs. M. Kotkin,
Mr. and Mrs. Abrams, Rabbi and
Mrs. A. Levin, Mr. N Futterfass,
M. H. Nissenbaum, Mr. and Mrs.
1M. Kasanoff, Miss Lee Kasanoff,
Mr. and Mrs. Silver stein, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Levin, Miss Rose Levin,
Mr. and Mrs. Kirschberg, Rev.
and Mrs. Gross, the parents of

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bridge were in play last Sunday
night at the benefit bridge held
for the Jewish Welfare Bureau
by the members of Mrs. Hyman

N. L v'r samClas dat the h m

table for high score. Delicious
refreshments were served and
more than forty-four dollars wats
realized for the bureau.
More than two hundred dollars
has been given to the Jewish wel-
fare Bureau during the past sea-
son because of the efforts of the
gym class. On Wednesday night
May 11 beginning at 8 o'clock the
farewell affair of the gym~ lass
will be held on the tennis court
of Mrs. J. N- Morris, 1761 S. W.
15th St., when a very interesting
program will be presented by the
members. Refreshments will be
served. The public is invited to

att ndh inter st is being evoked

by the H~adassah Thrift luncheon
which will take place Monday,
May 9th at 12:30 at the Beth Da-
vi.By attending each person
will pay for the luncheon of five
children in Palestine. An excel-
lent program is being arranged.
Dr. Horton Held .will speak on
"Dietetics and Child Care". Mrs.


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Mrs. Leonard Epstein was Miller, Miss. Sarah Kan, Ms
teastmaster at the installation Fay Sheldonh Rese va insd I
luceon held Monday at Gerson's be made at the 130h Wn
Ta Ron, eMiami Bea h, w dc~m d Torah building, 13 .W
and *a *oloe *y big t o
15 falsisn 1 da reb dr s Ami imp rtant rseoedting Cft'
Lein president; Mrs. J. A. Rich- gation and its Ladies' Auxiliary
ter and Mrs. B. L. IlinR, e was held in the Synagogue last
presidents- Mrs I. ioosner, vc Sunday night. Reports of the of-
r cring secretaryr; Mm.1 M rki fibers showedit t ,a al bil a
Cre, corresponding secretary; been paid unt M I, a n ta
Mirs. Henry Bulbin, Ainancial see- several hundred dollars were10n
retary; Mrs. Harry Nevins, treas- hand in cash; outstanding col ec
Ve, and Mrs. Hebert Kleiman, tible accounts amound I rto mr

gregatio ftemdpr ]ira le was saon r eprt n
uaong the speakers* Dr. Carl N. ( Reports of the d a dt oro'
Bermani ofWest Palm Beach gave committees showed ta hry

To th Nhth r~oe oi healC sgresmfB~uceding
pru~rr Pone -04



S O C IE T Y ,int thes co tnlye iowere inducr~letead wille o fior th l pa ear work ll
Ongondaynight,-May~~~~~~~ththee the invcaton an isRs-* r.e ats r.Myr
Bno a sh wl rsn a} Gro e inzr th sin ing Sundaye weven ing Maiy 8ththenj p S chwartz will1 spea on National
gother's~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~~" ney prga t t fte itrod' og he-Ld es' Auxliryfte Miamite Counilork.o he ps earatos may
pon inKpa albginn tlainceeoywscnut- J hewh cOrggthoo ongrgto emd ihMs ee c-
On p.da ni. A llla Senio oraiza ted byoctn MsH IHoa. Miss Mile- wilbehs s totemmbr fwrtz orn Mrs. Ben Watts.
donso have sa been invitedto at ten dre Grebegng Arrnge thed aux niiar, Jand the member *cwat *il *p onNto
a te gess o th oganzatonmens ers ed in chare of dis of the onreio atareetounci Theond. mesertiong ofth a-

4 Yoses Krieger, well known Herbert Kleiman, assisted by Mrs'. honoring! Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan dassah Study and Cultural group
Bionist worker., is to be the guest P. Simon, Mrs. Reisner and Mrs. On the occasion of his birthday. was held at the home of Mrs. J.
~paker and Frances Williamson I. L. Rosendorf. Mrs. Levin gave An elaborate program has been Williamson. Mr. H. Simonhoff
11l be heard in a book review. A the annual report. Maypoles and arranged and refreshments will be spoke on the Kabbalah and its
splndi muica prgra wil b $lwer mae te tble vey gy.served. All members are urged relation to the four act play, the
presented during the evening and e ob nhnd ybkwihwa edb r.
wrill be followed by refreshments. r.BnWtswsreetl Max Dobrin. The remainder ,f

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-riss nne Koler f New York the evening was spent in an open
wvas guest of honor at a birthdayl discussion. Refreshments were
party ararnged by her aunt and served by the hostesses~ Mrs. S.
uncle, M~r and M~rs. Harry Kout. Simonhoff and Mrs. J. William-
zky of Jersey City, N. J. The son. Mrs. Harry I. Lipton will
party asembled at the Palermo be hostess at the next meeting to
court apartments, Miami Beach lbe held at her home the lart
and motored to Sunny Isle casino Tuesday in May.
where tables were arranged. *
Those invited were Mr. andl Mr. Hyman N. Levy returned
11rs. Jack Rlobert, M~r. and Mrs. to Miami this week after atten\-
.J. Gesheidt, Mliss MIinnie Furmac, :ng the funeral of his mother,
JAliss Jlinda Watash, Miss Mildred Mrs. Sara Levy at Washington,
Davis, M~urry G~rossman, Irving D. C., last week.
Henry, Charles Mlelcher and Her- *
bert Snowfe. Mrs. I. L. Reismran and son
a e e Bobby left last week for Rich-
Officers were installed Thursday mond, Va., to spend the summer
at the Sisterhood Chesed Shel with her mother.
Emeth luncheon, at the Beth Da- *
vid Talmud Torah. Mrs. L. Wein- Mr. and Mrs. Hyman N. Levy
kle was chairman and Mrs. Isidor i will leave for their home in Balti-
Cohen toastmaster. Mrs. J. Eng- more the latter part of next week
ler offered the invocation, and the lin time for the opening of Mrs.
new officers are Mrs. M. L. Yunis, ILevy's camp Wohelo in the Blue
president; Mrs. S. Schwartz and Ridge mountains. Several Mi-
Mrs I. Eisenstein, vice presidents; lamians will attend the camp.
?r1rs. Cohen, financial secretary; *
M~rs. Francis Berner, correspond. More than thirty tables of

president of the Senior Council
of Jewish Women at a meeting .
held recently irr plan hall. M~r
Isidor Cohen, chairman of the
nominating committee, conducted
the election. Other officers re-
lected included Mrs. J. Simpson,
second vice president; Mrs. Harry
/Oliphant, recordings secertary;
!,Mrs J. NY. Morris, corresponding
secretary, and Mrs. Jack Bernstein
Other officers chosen were M~rs.
Bernard Simon, first vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, finan-
cial secretary; Mrs. Isaac Levin,
auditor. The three-year directors
are Mrs. Cohen, Mrs. P. Schein-
berg and Mrs. Morris Rubin. The
installation will take place at a
luncheon May 13, and Mrs. Co-
hen was chosen chairman of the
event, assisted by Mrs. Bernard
Simon, Mrs. Schwartz and Mrs.
Morris Dubler.
Report was made on the recent
organization of at Girl Scout troop
which the council wil) sponsor,

A special meeting of the Bokcs
in Brief club was held at the home
of Mrs. David Solomon, when Mrs.
1, Mdoscowitz of Jacksonville
read the Rubayiat of Omar Kha-
yam. A general discussion by
the members followed.

At a recent meeting of the Ma-
ada Club Miss Rose Farkas was
presented with a birthday gift.
The usual program was given jy
the members and refreshments
were served.

Temple Israel Sisterhood is
~sponsoring a garden party in
charge of Mrs. J. S. Fields, de-
tails of which will be announced
in an early issue.

Among the directors inducted
into office last Monday at the for-
mal installation ceremonies of
Temple Israel Sisterhood were
liesdames D. J. Apte, Si. Mendel-
son, I. L. Rosendorf, J. Simpson,
and Jack Bernstein.

A regular meeting of the Books

an~e hhu ra hend Ias Mn n

by F. H. Hudsoon and W~ithering
Heights by Emily Bronte were
reviewed by Mrs. A. Goldman and
Mrs. Geo Goldberg. An forum
followed- Among the members
who attended were: Meadames A.
Goldman, G. Goldberg, C. Feld.
man, D. Solomon, H. Kothin, M.
Kotkin, and S. Tannenbaum.
Guests attending were .Mesdames
B. Pomerance, I. Buckstein, C.
Tannenrbaum, E. Kent and S.

he Radio Synat~o

WIOD, SUND)AY- 10145 A. II
toll1:45 A.M..d,


Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder
and director of the Rardio Syna-
gog, will preach on Sunday morn-
mng, May 8, at 10:45' over Wti~b
an "Not Mother, but Ma". 3In ad-
dition to the sermon there will be
hymns, prayers, solos, scripture
reading, and a question bo~x. A
special Mothers' Day musical pro-
gram has been prepared The
study group in applied practical
religion will meet at the Robert
Clay hotel at 8 p. m. on Wednes-
day, May 11th. Everyone is wel-

Bertram Raff will be the musical
feature of the program. Cards
will follow the luncheon. Refifesh-
ments may be made by calling
Mrs. Sydney Weintraub or Mrs.
Morris Dubler.

A card party is being spon'sor-
ed by Senior Hadassah for the
benefit of its Infant Welfare
Fund and J. N. F. on May 18, at
the Miami Beach Golf and Coun-
try Club. Mrs- B. Wemnkle and
Mrs. Alex Goldstein are in charge.

Ten per cent of the proceeds
of the May dance being sponsored
by the Junior Hadassah at the
Roney Plaza Gardens Sunday
evening eMah 8t will be donate
tote Jwish Wlare Brau o
its welfare work among the local

with Mrs. Oliphant as chairman. ing secretary; Mrs. M. Kotkin,
Mrs. Cohen reported that 20 bask- Itreasurer, and Mrs. L. Kotkin,
ets were given underprivileged auditor
families as passover gifts. t .

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gerson are \\ gdnromso will givedhconcert
announcing the engagement and Talmud Torah auditorium. A'-
marriage of their daughter, to sisting will be a trio consisting
Michael Klemtner of Fort Lau- of Mtildred Greenberg, Leonard
derdale. Rose and Louis El;ey; Morris
Miss Gerson is one of Miami's Goldman, soloist; Calp~h Guarine,
most outstanding musicians.- She pianist; Joe Mandelbaum, tenor,
has appeared on many programs and Mfaynard Scott Watson.
of the Mana-Zucca Music club and *
Other organizations. A concert and Yiddish musical
The wedding was quietly solem- comedy will be presented Sunday
n zed and after a short honey-l evening, May 15, beginning at
moon the couple will be at home 8:30 by the Workmen's Circle
c~cC~n M~rrlnrl hotl.Fort Lau- School at the Beth David audio

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torium. A musical program will
be given in which Morris Gold-
man, violinist will be soloist. Two
one act Yiddish plays wil kh giv-

H e. d melo r m d B c Som

viter, Mrs. M. Goldman, Joe B.
M~andelbaum, Harry Greenberg
and M. Goldman in the cast. Ad-
mission will be fifty and seventy-
five cent. The public is urged to
attend to enjoy a very entertain-
ing evening-

Next Friday, May 13th the
Senior Council of Jewish Women
will 1od t insta lton b nue

rant with Mrs. Isidor Cohen, Mrs.
Lena Simon and Mrs. Morris
Dubler, and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz
ve harge. MThe invocation dwilM b


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J. LoUlIS S$IlOCHET, Editor
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of Month .. 11

Volume V.--Number 19.
Friday, May 6, 1932

_~ __

Waiter--Haven't they given you
a menu yet, sir ?
Diner (wearily)--Yes, but I fin-
ished that an hour ago.
r! !
Bumm--I told that man I was
so dead broke that I had to sleeP
outdoors, but he wouldn't give me
a nickel.
Bummer--What's the matter-
was he a Soctchman ?
Bumm No; he said he was
sleeping outdoors himself and had
to pay the doctor for telling him
to do it.

Lissen Linerimtgr has won
quite a reputation as a poet, hasn't
he ?
Huria--Yes, it is generally con-
ceded that he has no inferior.
r! !!
Wife -Robert.
Hypnotise--Yes, dear.Id
Wife--I wish you would come
here andtell baby he's asleep.

Mrs. Huff--Did you see the
Johnson twins?
Mrs. Huff--Don't you think, the
boy is the picture of his father ?
Huuff-I sure do-and the girl
is the talkie of her mother.

A variant of the wooden God
story is to be found in Russia,
where they tell of the Jew and
the peasant who were very friend-
ly neighbors. One day both their
L~_I~^-d th, ~-r lr t P

The feuds in the Broadway Belt
are always interesting, and often
very comical. One of the better
arguments was the one between
Jed Harris, the producer, and Ar-
thur Caesar, now a Hollywood-
jabelieve it.
Mr. Harris has one of those
beards. No matter how often he
shaves in a day he looks like he
hadn't been .to the barber. One

I'll probably have to do it any-
how. Remember in the next is-
sue, providing the editor doesn't
decide to fire some of the staff.
I wish to correct an error that
was made in the previous issue'
Some students were slightly over-
rated in regard to their average.
Those that received 98 or above
(in the paper) were really only
89 and above. I must say what's
the difference of ten points es-
pecially if one is so brilliant! Any-
one wishing to claim that mistake
lin print .may do so-PIm sure I
don't care.
The English department recent
ly presented "Twelfth Night". The
part of "Sir Toby Belch" was tak-
en by George Balber. That of
the Jester was taken by Ansea
Dreisen. Both boys were very
good in their parts--In fact, quite
I know some ~people have read
this column with the idea of see-
ing nothing but aqrlans 8 rr
to disappo at thaquabutnes d d'
say anything about tha pujc
and don't in end to.. Int ws ubja
tho, .geel

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P~day,'May 6;:rs



peopl". ade eraman mh oo hhi
insistentlyy represented its peoph
and their interests and not beer
false to them. Its people have
been true to themselves and art
,therefore respected.
What is the motive behind the
opposition ? Need we explain ?
It is self evident. First, the
knowledge that the so-called lead
ers will see their mythical power
over the Jewish voter appear ill
its true light.
Second. The fear that perhaps
a Jewish candidate may at last
be chosen to office. and Third
the natural cussedness, ignorance
and determination to destroy
those who would not blindly fol-
Whether or not the opponents
realize the folly of their course,
The Daid Yulee Voters League,
If properly manned and conducted,
must and will succeed. It repre-
sents an honest cause, an honest
and unselfish endeavor to help the
Jewish people. Keep up the good
work, you have nothing to fear.


A cartoon in a national maga-
zine has touched something deeP
down inside me. I wonder if it
did the the same to others who
got its message.
The drawing` shows a brilliantly
lighted street with a mad proces-
sion of automobiles and people.
Going in the opposite direction
is the giant figure of an old man.
With shoulders bent and with
halting step, he is reaching out
in the direction of--well, the title
of the picture is: "Looking for
It is a pitiful picture. The hope-
lessness of the old man's search
is deftly portrayed in a few mas-
terful charcoal strokes.

oSoma os ayou sense th tfutiliti
looked at that drawing, I fell to
wondering if all of us aren't guil.
ty sometimes of looking for Yes-
terday *
Even as the artist's figure of
the old man is alshadowy thing, so

a ong the brillia 18y lighted rad
to Eternity.
We can yearn for them, but we
~cannot call them back. Ah, if
only we could call back some Yes-
terdays! For my part, I'd give
all my material possessions for
the touch of a warm hand and the
sound of a gentle voice that call-
ed me "her boy." I'd give up
whatever claim I may have on im-
mortality just to stand again be-
side that prince of men whom in
my baby days I called "Daddy"
and, with my stronger arm, help
him in the battle of life. 'd
But it is a hopeless job, this
summoning of our Yesterdays be-
fore Today's review! Dear little
old man!-~you cannot turn back
.the sands of Time. For you the
race is almost run! Grope if you
will. A hurry-mad world will
neither see nor care. Looking for
yesterday may break your heart,
but that is all. The tide of Pro-
gress is too strong to be stayed
even for an mestant. We must
go on! Never mind if we know
not where---no man knows--but

we must keep moving. To look
back is to invite the jeers of the
multitude in its restless surge to-
wards Utopia.
Yes, little old man, we must
put our Yesterdays behind us and
face bravely and expectantly our
Tomorrows !-

Both national committee, says
a WIashingtonesct;t, are already
IIorried aver; r amp~ign fm~ances.
NowP is t~!he: time foir. aill good
manna- tomcome to: the aid of the


day :before, a crowd in a rsa
rant Caesar: belittled Harrisi
this manner: i"I once had a ba
like yours, but when Irele
how. it made- me look I cut i
"Really?" growled Hri
"Well once I had a face like or
and when I realized I couldn't
it off, I grew this beard!"

During the last American Leg
ion convention in Detroit, anel
erly lady is said to havebeo
alarmed at ;the antics of t
Legionnaires e and approached:
policeman, saying, "Can't y
stop> them, offiier?"
"Lady", < responded the ofe
sadly, "there's an old man in Eur
ope who tried to do that, and n
he's sawing- wood in Holland."

:A colege president in Foi
will try to raise class room sa
dards to a level. with those of th
foot ball field. First of all, t
student in learn to pass.
An effective remedy for dvr
has been found this year, acr
ing to Census. Bureaureos
There are fewer marriages.
Perhaps it was all atyorp
ical error.. It may be just t
usual posterity that's around t

It is sometimes my sade frune
to have to de iver an a trdne
Few experiences are more de-
One sits up at a high table like
a specimen at the zoo. One waits
with increasing discomfort while
the toastmaster works slowly
down the line, and tries to look
appreciative as the other speak-
ers unfold their solutions of world
problems with a sprinkling of
stale jests.

SOnly now and then there is a
, bit of compensation. The other
, light for instance I, found my-
, self beside Strickland Gilliland.
.He ate sparingly, and when I re-
marked on it, he said: "I always
'have to feel well tomorrow. If
you live today so that you will
feel all right tomorrow you don't
get into m ch mrbeo ta yu

cn sir at u e madaccording to
How many tomorrows can they
see ? How much are they will-
'ing to sacrifice for tomorrow?
How much do they dare to trust ?
A day laborer can see only a
half-dozen tomorrows. He must
be paid every week. An entre-
preneur may cheerfully invest
half a life-time in a new business
from which not he but his chil-
dren will profit.
Artists and writers have been
known to disregard entirely the
near tomorrows, pinning their
faith on the fairer and more en-
during verdict of prosperity.
.The prophet, of course, looks
farthest of all.

neltd s ikes day is h e hit o
taking a little longer look, envis-
aging a few more tomorrowis.
Some of us act as if this pres.
ent distress were the first test
efthee worlds endranc that hs
if it is not straightened out im.
mediately civilization will perish.
It is not so much a test of the
world, or of civilization, as it is
a test of us. It is like the war-
Some of us lost courage, and said:
"It will never end," and took
thought only of ourselves. Others
can now look back with satisfac-
tahon on the record they made
th .
Today we are making another
record on which we must look


E' By Bett e c

To many people's relief, there
are only a few more issues of my
illustruious column- My' reason
for mentioning this so many
times is to keep up the subscrip-
tion of this paper--or else I
mig~hn't even be allowed the hon-
or of the remaining issues. Of
course there's the other side-
think of everything the paper
would be missing! (Please don't
think too hard). One must admit
iirst rate columnists aren't so
easy to procure in these times.
When this paper comes out the
Seniors will probably be prepar-
ing for class day. The day when
one gets acquainted with the mem-
bers of his class that he hanjn't
known before. It's really a very
picturesque event. Now don't let
me get- anyone too anxious to
come cause there really isn't
enough .roont. However, I will
tell you all about what happens--
that is if it does. If it doesn't

:7O 6 1
"Out'of 59,057 foreign born
whites in the State of Florida,
'7,061 claim the German language
as their mother tongue.

Von 59,057 fremdgeborenen
Weissen im Staate Florida haben
7,061 DEUTSCH abi ihre mutter-
sprache angegeben.

Jeder deutsche waehler solite
sofort Mitglied des IND)EPEN-
,Jahesbeitrtag von -einem' dollar. an
!dez0 Sekeretai*, 1801 Congress bldg.
e~im eisn 8 d teNuge hin 8w
:unsere .Stimmnen gebel,- konnen
I. lir a: pater 'Berucksichtiguag er-
w .arten; J~eder D3eu~tsch-Amerikaner
(sellte siche dem German-American
SVoters Club. anschliessen.
Congress. IBldg., Sui~te 11802
;*Miami, F'la.

or. those. o r readers -who
rdo. not. understand the .above we
repeat :the '.Eng~ah. translation.
':Every ;German voter :should -4m-
m:;ediately become a member of the
,Independent German American
,Voters Club and remit his annual
~.dues of $1.00 to- the secretary,
1802 Congress Bldg. ONLY
.:DATES can we later expect ree-
Sognition Every German-Ameri-
tIcan should join the German Am~er-
iican Voters Club. )
The above appeared on the front
Page of our esteemed contempor-
Sary "The Deutsches Echo" in its
Issue of April 27th 1932. It met
.with' the approval of the German
(citizens of Dade County and as
we are informed, is growing daily.
No where among our German
friends has there arisen any Say-
'ior to protect their good name.
No interviews with so-called lead-
ers or notoriety seekers have a3-
peared anywhere condemming the
Why? Is it proper for our
good German friends to organize
and yet highly improper for the
Jewish Poter to do the sanme?
The answer is a simple one. The
.German .voters have learned the
lesson of solidarity. Among them
all are equal. All strive: to accom-
plish and .work for the common
good. rIf a man be a pioneer they
lesrpect' him, but do not permit
him, even if-~ sindlined, to at-
tempt t6 lead theni by the nose.
If .-ene wrho .hasn aot the slighte~st.
knowledge -:of newsspaper ethics
..Mould, attempts toi dictate policies
tar them~ he weald be immediately

nome r~uneauuwnail ~lry iA Czech brewery is paying its
everything they owned. The Jew n iiedi er h n
didn't seem particularly affected, cre bi soto ah t
but the Russian went about dis. epie n h gl
tr ulh d is t to everybody u chio.arin ro
In desperation he came to his
Jewish friend and asked: "I can't An insurance company wrote
understand. Why are you so con- out a $1,000 life policy in the
tent ?" Haven't we both lost eve. name of one Samuel Johnson
rth 'g" Premiums were paid promptly for
r"W 1l," said the Jew, "I still la few years, but suddenly stopped,
have my God. But yours is ly- IAfter sending., a few delinquent
ing there in the house with the notices, the company received thia
hto err charred remains. rply:

"Dear: Sirs:: Please excuse
as we can't pay any moreprm
ums on Sam. He died lastMa
Yours truly, Mrs. S. Johnson."

(To client who has kicked
size of bill.) : My advice to y
is to pay this:bill and shut up.
Client.-Wellf you feel tha
w abo t it. I will
wLawyer to Clerk.Mrohn addfy
dollars to Mr. Jones bill for for
ther advice.
l 4
"No, I couldn't think.ofchri
ye for the eider. That would
bootleggin' and, praise the Lr
I ain't come to .that yet. h
peck of potatoes will be five do
lars "'
1 II
Convict (reading newspaper
;'Dere's justice for yer! 'A fo
ball player .breaks Iwo: men's j
and another man's leg and is d
lion of ~de. hour,. while: I gets t
years for only stunnin' an old go
w\id a blackjack "
i I I
Client '4hat's an uusal
valuable elocki you have: inyo
office. Is:. itr ineasred?"
SLacryqr--;r'No, but it is as
lutely safe. A ill of .my hbelp
conshantly waltehing it*"

'Enery--"W'at's worryin' y
today 'Erbertt"
Ert~et--"I fiound a recipe t
'ome-made beer, an' I got

Man 6.119r Bto the to
fig t beame8 he ha n er
to run away.


mr~~nr F~fl~ ~n~ld


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return on their capital. Many
citizens in different parts of the
Cont have voluntarily joined
As campaign committee and are
making a thorough canvass of the
vo ters in his behalf.

D Ch pell popular Dade
Daunt Legslpator hpas just begun
h cunty g fo election as Sen-
ator from Dae Cont. D
served two terms in the House at
Tallahassee where he ma e many
friends, and was instrumental m
having passed many bills in the
iatrlssof tthh entire Stat us
fle sponsored and fought for the
racing bill which legalized the
horse and dog tracks. In an-
nouncing his candidacy, he urged
his friends to remember that a
young, aggressive legislator with
the interests of the masses at
heart is needed in the Senate at
Tallahassee if Dade C~ounty is to
receive fair treatment at the
hands of the other counties.

Ben R. Shiver, for more than 12
years a member of the Miami
police and fire departments, has
resigned from the fire department

to the statement of Professor
Phelpsr and rneare sure that our
readers will share his point of
view. 'What surprises us about
the article is this: The Gentile
friend who mailed it to us from
New York is a very devout Chris-
tian. He is a national figure in
Protestant Sunday School work
and one of his main interests in
life is to preach Jesus to Jews.
He has time and again tried to
influence us to accept Christian-
ity and he has sent to us litera-
ture on this subject. However,
according to Professor Phelps It
is fallacious and wasteful for
Christians to do anything of this
sort, How then can one endorse
Professor Phelps' view and at the
same time work for the conver-
sion of Jews ? All of which sim-
ply proves once again that theo-
logy and logic are still irreconcil-
able concepts.-The Chicago Sen-



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Catholic is not the Protestant*
Toleration is a good thing and
few there are that have it; bu~t

toleration--and that is fellowship.
LROD Devout Jews, devout Catholics,
devout Protestants should regard
HATRED BETWEEN rhm elsas inthonsa fello sip
FRIENDS M~embers of a large family are
-------- )all individuals and not the same
A gentile friend sent to us a persons; yet they are one blood,
clipping from the New York Eve- one kin, one family.
ning Post containing an unusual- "INothing seems to me at once
ly interesting article from the son sOilly and so tragic as for Prot-
of Professor William Lyon Phehp estants and Catholics to be fight-
under the title, "'Hatred Between ing, as for Jews and Christians to
Friends." Professor Phelps is one be fighting. They are fighting in
of America's leading writers who tepeec fa omnfewo
although a layman, has made is able, unscrupulous and resolute
/some significant contributions to as only such foes can be. The
the subject of religion. His latest army of the foe is made up of
utterance presents the religious ,atheists, unbelievers, indifferent-
differences prevailing in this .ists, debauchees, behaviorists, sen.
country in a new light and we are sualists, money-grubbers and mon-
therefore reproducing it, in part, ey grabbers, self-lovers and all
for the benefit of our readers. 'the selfish, depraved, degenerate,
*cruel, cold-hearted children of this
sayls P oessor Pelpsnmn 'a w orld the dfferaenncae seteen w
have had for many centuries, three kinds of persons: those who fol-
forms of religious worship, three low ideals and those who follow
attitudes toward God. Leaving their instincts. This second class
out many religions that flourish retmndul porflbe-
in remote places, we have in Eur-casthyhvonheridoe
ope and in America the Jewish re- of the greatest of all forcesr--hu-
ligion and two prominent organ- man selfishness.
izations of the Christian religion, "In the presence of this im-
the Catholics and the Protestants. paal nmrlgospol
These three cannot possibly be should not be fighting each other.
united in religious uniformity. The Catholies should not be wast-
,The only way you could bring ing an ounce of ammunition on
ter tge the oltdy e eby sur- Protesta ass tihe Christiams should
the destruction of what makes re- munition on Jews; the Jews
ligin spreely mpotan. Should regard both Catholics and
hope with all my heart they will Protestants as friends.
never be united in the sense th~at "One pleasant summer day, as
all three will form a perfectly har- I stood in the garden of my sum-
monious union. mer home in Michigan, I saw
"The Jews will never admit the twenty sparrows in a tree. They
divinity of Jesus Christ. Why were holding a convention of some
should they? The majority of kind and it was plain that the
Christians will never surrender little birds were engaged in a bit-
the divinity of Christ. Why should ter controversy. They were in-
they ? And apart from the su- sulting each other at the top of
premacy of the Pope, gladly ac-/ their voices. When the debate
knowledge by Roman Catholics Ihad reached its climax and they
and never admitted by Protest- were completely absorbed in the
ants, there is another absolutely game of cursing one another, a
irreconcilable difference between Cooper's hawk, which had evident-
Catholics and Protestants: I ly been secretly awaiting its op-
mean their attitude toward whart portunity, plunged into the midst
is, called respectively the Bless- of them, seized the leading orator
led Sacrament and the Commun- and took him away."
ion Table. With these fundamen- We are happy to say "Amen"'
tal and essential differences, it
seems to me ridiculous to believe
that Jews, Catholies and Protest-
ants can form one church. And
I hope they never will, for if they Ell
did they would all three; newors

wrstthf al posa ble w rsts would E. LARD (Char
be the loss of religion itself.
"WTell, whatthis the tea sonid "TT I
tamo in spistee of their differences a1
unites all three against other re- INSPEC
lgo and against atheism? All
thr e worship the same God. The BRASSIERE B1
religion of all three comes from
the same book. All three believe in
purely spiritual worship and
ahat this worship is indissoluble "Save the Public Morals a
united with conduct. When Jesus
gave the essence of religion as

nucd th Glen Ie feu was ECONOMY (IN i
quoting the Old Testament. IS THE SLOGA:
Tc~he point I wish to make 2s

this: Grea as Jr the ddiff I Unuthried

a Protstants, the things that
unite them are still greater. Jews
Catholics, The enem -

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techer, and resie i 132 sch W
twenty-first street, Miami.

Abe S. Goldman, candidate for
constable in district No. 2 (re.
vised) is making a very active

campaign. In his house to house
canvass he is basing his appeal
for voters on his business recoril
of the past years and his ability
'to meet the demands of the office.
Abe is a native Floridian and has
lived here since 1924, having pre-
viously resided in Jacksoilville.

George B. Davis, attorney, will
run for the legislature in group

Mr. Davis has had years of ex-
perience as a member of the Geor-
gia legislature, where he assisted
lin the passage of a laborer's
compensation law, among other
acts. He pledged himself to an
enactment of workmen's compen-
sation in Florida if elected from
Dade county.
"My past legislative record also
will prove that I have stood as the
uncompromising friend of the
common school system," he said.
"I know it to be the training
camp of the future citizenship of
our country. I will, therefore, if
elected, give earnest and friend-
ly consideration to every sugges-
tion for the betterment of our j
/schools, and for the welfare and
environment of our children
while attending these schools."
He also declared for exemption
of a certain amount of taxes on
home-steads, and for the tax on
motor vehicles to be applied by
the Blue Book scale of actual val-

neess of Itanu.Officer an i ec
tors of banks sholud be made to
give bond conditioned upon faithl-
fully guarding th trust imposed
upon them, he a d

If bulls can't win in a bear mar
ket, and a bear never die hr e
one might as well say at lod a
and play wheel games at a lo g

and announced his candidacy for
constable of District No. 1, com-
pr si a greater portion of the

Ifiam rBeach et ject toM t D
aeratic primary election June 7.
Mr. Shiver came to Miami in
1919 portly after receiving his
discharge from the army, joined
-the Miami fire department in
July, 1921, and was in the depart.
inent until October 8, 1925, when
he was transferred to the motor-
eyele division of the police depart-
inent, a position he held for one

armoe tyh ranto oil hefth
department, where he served for
two and one-half years under
brank 24itchell.
plainclothes hficr. hi rte Ma i
Biltmore hotel in Colral Gbles.
Beltr rejoined the Miami Aire
Iprmn atid a le tmed otf

te sttion at N. W. Thirty-sixth
tret and Seventh arvenue.
h. Shiver is a native of Akron,
B. e is a member of Harvey
8e post, American Legion, Vet-
wans of F~oreign Wars, having
arvred overseas 14 months, is a
~n and a member of the Jun-
O~rder at United Mednchae,
ierco~nnel. He married

A man of means seldom
himself away.

giv es


It's too much to expect e ss
bred dogs to be amiable.

It takes a woman to have faith
in a woman--when she hasn't.

Peggyt--Pm divorcing Charlie.
You don't know what P've gone
thrug, Ivng eit say it
was all be bad.

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Lar student Tha~t bird ahead
must be one of my Law proftes-
Companion--Why ?
Law student--He seems so re-
luctant to let me pass.
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"And so," said the village gos-
sip, "the lawyer's wife walked in
and found her husband with his
typewriter on his lap.
"Gee. Did she jump on the
typewriter ?"
"Naw, but she gave him the
deuce for cleaning it with her

An English manufacturer of
motorcar tires was the guest of a
gathering of lawyers. Respond-
ing to a toast, he said:
"I have no desire or intention
to inflict upon you a long speech,
for it is well known in our trade
that the longer the spoke the big-
ger the tire."
I !
And then there's the speak-
easy proprietor who got raided
and sued the policeman on the
beat for breach of promise*

Pasa Six

(Continued from page 1)

religious details in connection
with the last rites and the burial
of the Jewish dead, and of the
work of the Chevra Kadisha, but
that any other Rabbi may also
be permitted to officiate at a
funeral if the family of the de-
ceased so desire with the other
I contended that the resolu-
tion was unfair and dictatorial
and I stated that were l a mem-
ber of the board of the associa-
tion I should, to protect all con.
cerned offer the following. In
view of the fact that the board
is composed of representatives
of all religious organizations in
greater Mliami with the excep-
tion of Tem~i~e Israel and the
Radio Synagog, that the board

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riday,, May 8,1
A Russian talkie star, arr
in Hollywood, knows four enE
wKords, "Darlink, I luff you."
set asi to vocabulary, it rem
to be discovered if she can ac
i i I
With soap $2.50 a bar in
cow, and little traffic in that c
modity, we have to assume
Soviet corner orator takes
stand on a cabbage barrel.

Early watermelonT1 have rel
ed the northern markets with
retail price up to $2.50, which h
ever, includes wheeling in,


ciples that made us a nation of ish organization to say, "We will
holiness and a kingdom of priests not permit you to be partly Jew-
are not effective enough to again ish or partly Orthodox. If you
aroue te sarktha atraced want to be buried by any Rabbi
arose he par tht atratednot of our liking, you must be
them to a banner that led into buried without the ritual that we
the midst of the battle against rsrefrtoeol hmor
idolatry, superstition, bigotry,Rbis ur. An wh wll
andintlernce thn tat om-blame the conscientious mourner
munity may mourn. If men of he says, in reply to the above, "If
worldly learning and endowed it be religion and Judaism to re-
with the true Jewish spirit of fuse that portion of the rites
justice and righteousness, and when they are requested, then we
blessed with a noble philosophy will have none of it and we shall
of life, cannot be found to champ- bury our dead in a manner which
ion the cause of justice for the we deem respectful, for the rites
masses, then the masses are doom'l performed by men and women,
'd who display so gross a lack of
If my efforts in behalf of our the common decencies of human
people, if my energy expended to bekings, can add nothing to the
hold aloft a clean banner of Is- Isacredness of the rite."
rael to the gaze and admiration To you of the Chevrah Kad-
of our nondewish neighbors, if dishoh and the Cemetery Associ-
my pleas for justice for the Jew, ation I say, the sin, which you
radiocast at great personal sac- should believe in, for any breach
riflee to me--if all these have lof the Jewish law that may re-
been in vain, then I am ready to Isult from your action, is upon
pack my tent and to allow the Jyour heads and is laid at your
stronger element to have its way. Feet. I also see further than you I
There are some who will say, may believe. You still have a ,
"Slight loss" .. that remains whip over the heads of the mour- 1
for time to tell. But, before I ners You are the sole ones in
go, if and when I do, out of the control and possession of the Jew-
contact with this community, it ish burial ground in this vicinity. o
shall be after a heroic struggle Should a mourner refuse to com- I
to arouse the Jewish community ply with your wishes, you have ,
to the dangers that lurk within the privilege of refusing ground
it. Stop your cries of "Rishus" for interment. You will claim that ,
and "Anti-Semitism," and clean only bodies prepared in accord-
house. Be jews. Follow the Bi- ance with the Orthodox ritual
blidal instruction, "U-viarto ha- may be lodged in your cemetery. B
ro'oh mikrirbecho"-eradicate the In that you are protected, Act
evil from your midst. There are in the manner that you plan, and, tl
greater dangers to fewry lurking may God have mercy on your
within, than could possibly be souls,
without the fold. How dare a S. Mi. Machtei, Rabbi
group set itself up, be it only one The Radio Synagog.l
or two, how dare anyone east as-
perations upon the religious prae- d c, .NT
ties of another ? Bow dare one P
Jew insinuate that beca~98tr-ase The above letter was received
h,, J, l,, lrll ,_late Thursday morning I fi

pass a resolution calling upon the
members of affiliated congrega-
tions, and urging them to call up- I
on the Rabbi, each of his respec- 1

tive congreg~atioq, for any and
all religious duties that the in-
dividual or his family may re-
quire. That appears to be the
only logical and fair course as
the Cemetery Association cannot
possibly demand jurisdiction over
the person, living or dead, of any
Jew not affiliated with a contre-
gation represented onl the board
of the Association. My sugges-
tion was rejected and the resolu-
tion quoted above was adopted.
Thus far, this .appears to be a
purely personal qurrel. Let me
assure you that it is not. I re-
quested some information. I ask.
ed, at this meeting what the atti-
tude of the board was with zeter-
ence to my colleague of the Re.
form congregation, Temple Israel.
I wanted to know if the Jewish
rites would be refused to any one

K pln toofci e at fnrl
I was advised that such was the
:stand,-that any one who would
wish the rites of Taharah but
would plan to have a Reform
Rabbi conduct the funeral service
would be refused the services of
the Chevrah Kaddishoh. I told
the board of the Greater Miami
Jewish Cemetery Association that

Democratic Primaries
(Pase reseirsaul bpavanes.

"I see in the paper that a wid-
,wer with nine children out in
Nebraska has married a widow
with seven children."
"That was no marriage. That
Vas a merger."
i ii
W~ho remembers when there
wasn't any Farm Board and it
~as wheat, instead of the holder,
hat was cornered ?

to er Jew hods a diferent view
he is unfit to be attended to as a ness to the organization we asrk

reies shpayers wilmthe su et util te repl is Mp ;"i
of the deceased sink stnraightway We propose to let every side of
to Hell? Is that body to be de- (the story be printed and shown
nied Tabarah, ritual washing, if to the public.
such be the wishes of the family ? The Editor.
Since when must a Jew be entire-
ly .unjewish at the command and HAe who invests money in an
dictate of a group of jews ? Who inn thinks he will get more out
empowers and authorizes a Jew- of it.


their attitude was wrong. If a
Jew, be he orthodox or reform,
wishes to have the Orthodox rit"
the wishes should be granted re-
gardless of which Rabbi offici-
ates. No one has a right to
dictate, It would appear from
the reasoning, according to the
answer given me, that .because
one works on the Sabbath he must
also smoke and violate all other
laws. Because the family has
preference for one Rabbi, became
to the mourners, services conduc-
ted by a certain Rabbi are more
in keeping with their esteem for
the dead, or for any other reas-
on, they choose a rabbi not "per-
sona grata' at the Court of the
Chevrah Kaddishoh, the de-
ceased is to be deprived of those
Jewish rites which the family de
sire. That logic is fau~lty- Fur-
a their than that, such action is
opposed to all sense of decency
and is contra religious and not
in keeping with the spirit of
We wonder why our youth is
estranged from the fold. If such
pmm tces are tolernotedt and e'E
population and it, in the name
of religion, and orthodoxy, all
that is contrary to the spirit of
honor inherent in the breasts of
the average human being, is
forced apon a Jewish community,
then I fear for the consequences. i
If there ar no men and women ~
to whom the spirit of jdabism is j
tir~tl dear, and whos~re sacri- j
etrio the prat ases for ase prin-


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