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The Jewish Floridian ( May 27, 1932 )

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
May 27, 1932
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

Notes

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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AA00010090:00170

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Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
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Material Information

Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
May 27, 1932
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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).

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:00170

Related Items

Related Items:
Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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,n ETHICS (?) OF NEWSP~

ast JEWISH UNITY PUBLISHING CO. INC.
a1 r... Miami, Firidta, May 21, 1932.
on. I vitami, via. "
en- I~Dear Mr.
for In the matter of your political advertising, the Jew
re- ub it c nis Forida's old td and Foida's leading Jewis
re- has always attempted to operate on a clear, straightfol
war honest basis. We have never attempted to use th
columus of the Jewish Unity for other than purpose
tat would benefit the Jewish community. Unfortunate
5~~ ly. I have a competitor. He is not the type of competi
tor that I would like to have, and I will not attemp
to set down here the reasons. Suffice it to say that th
Jeiso Unity has never attempted to commercialize re
Isre he ih Unity as the ofiil or an nof 'Iemp
IP or. Jacob H. Kaplan is the rabbi, and D. J. Apte th
president. It is also the official organ of Beth Davi
Cngregation, of which Lewis Brown is the president
fehneas tiwoM ouses of worship are the leading Jewis
This letter is sent to you to apprise you of th
true conditioseitn nteJws omnt.Te


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Big Ovatio

When Mark Wilcox arrived l
Friday in Miiami to attend
Luncheon of the "Wbilcox for CI
gress Club" he received a trem
dous ovation which lasted
more than five minutes. He
peated his stand on the direct


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ar 14 eitere vos of rews 12 a h in Dde Con
ty. The Unity reaches all of these. It is foolish for
you to waste money in duplicate coverage or In duplicate
circulation. If you find the facts herein stated to be
truhth Jews aUmt wich apreciate tiyour ox lus v
faith in Miami is concerned,
The advertising rates of the Jewish Unity are two
dollars per column inch. Our dead-line for copy is
sus no tave Unif hbetw/ no senda Jun b7thwomre1-
Yours very tr ly
THE JEWISH (8T aned) GHIKGh CO. INC.


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peal of the 18th Amendment and
talked of economy in government
and made a definite stand on every
question of public interest. The
same night he delivered an ad-
dress on th~e Radio.
The "Wilcox for Congress Com-
mittee" opened headquarters in
the Venetian Arcade and Mr. C.
D. Lefler former Mayor of Miami
and one of the leading figures in
the business and civic life of the
County, chairman of the commrit-
tee expressed himself as gratified
b'y the reception accorded the
Wilcox candidacy throughout the
county. Particularly was he sat-
isfied by thie fearlessness and hon.
esty of Mark W~ilcox, his unquali-
fled opposition to the 18th Amend-
ment and the constructive sugges-
tions he had made have convinced
the voters that he is the man for
the office.


In recognition of his principle that
religious organizations should be kept
out of matters political we omit text
of letter from Temple Israel. Copy,
however, may be obtained on request
at this office.


In recognition of the principle that
religious organizations should be kept
out bf matters political we omit text
of letter from Beth David. Copy,
however, may be obtained on request
at this office.


Encouraging reports are being
received daily at headquarters
from all sections of the 4th. Con-
gressional district that indicate
public sentiment demands consis-
tency in official representation.
Mr. Wileox will speak at a rally
in Bayfront Park Saturday night
June 4th at 9 p. m. when he will
discuss the national problems
confronting the people of this
count In the eent of rain ar-
rangements will be made to have
the people hear Mr. Wilcox in
80me hall*
An inVitati0R t0 VISit OR e d uar-
ters of the W~ileox Committee ras
been extended to all voters who
are interested in learning the true
ideals of the candidate


SWe take pleasure in calling your attention iP the three letters above reprinted. Letter No. 1 is a copy of a
circular letter sent to every candidate mn the Democratic primaries: Noe. 2 and 8 are copies of letters sent by the of-
ficers of Tem~ple Israel and Congregation Beth David to the author of letter No. 1.
We realize that times are hard, that depression is causing suffering, decrease in business. We further realize
that people will do things under the strain of suffering which ordinarily would not be done. But that one profess-
inej to publish a Jewish weekly, in the interests of the Jewish people o fthis community would stoop to methods such
as illustrated above is beyond all conception.
Of course the' Jewish Unity and its ethical publisher does not and never has commercialized religion. Of course
it is not commercializing religion when one gets out a Purim number and a Passover number and sells the false idea
to non-Jews of congratulating Jews on holidays of that character. Of course it is not cemmoerciizing religion when
one deliberately and knowingly lies and attempts to use two reputable realgous organisations and their officers for
proses of obtaining advertisements from political candidates.
pueWe wonder if the Jewish people of Miami are going to stand for action of this kind without a protest. And
yet this publication says: "We have attempted to operate on a clean, straightforward, honest basis." WHAT A
POOR ATTEMPTI And how pitifully unsuccessful.
This entire business is very unpleasant. However: We brand every statement appearing in this letter to the
cndidates sent out by the Jewish Unity as UNTRUE AND UNFOUNDED
eahis series of letters not being underhanded enough, we learn that this very ethical (?) publisher has made it
his business to call candidates or their managers on the telephone and in person and spread rumored ,threats and
eerything unbecoming to one who bears the name Jew.
evThe issue has now reached the stage where it cannot further be ignored. The statements of this publisher
an brientaf muattrney bn his cit aise usothat .e have a very splendid action, at law in the Courts of the
State. However: Before filing suit we propose in the interests of the fair name of the Jewish people that the mat-
te f the conduct of the Jewish Unity, its publisher and staff be submitted to arbitration. We propose that Rabbi
ter oJacob II. Kaplan of Templi Israel, Rabbi of the Congregation of which the publisher is a member, Rabbi Jonah
E.r.Caplan of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation of which the publisher of the Jewish Florldian is a member*
bohat as Board of Arbitration together with such other citizen that they may select. Thist the entire matter be'
aub it ed to this board. We have confidence in the ineg rity, honest and probity of such high-type of gentlemen.
et all eti ly abder dbys nth dceis nthle offer of submission, then we shall, much to our distaste, afford every
membe af rhe r e i ato' soaf the Jpo t .ot a day day in Court, and its resultant penalties.


Economy in Government and
the reduction of taxes being the
paramount issue through the
Country today and particularly in
FlOrida, the figures presented by
Geo. F. McCall in hisr campaign
f or re-electio~n as Clerk of the
Criminal Court of Record is re-
ceiving much study and favorable
comment. For the two year per-
~iod ending May 1989 the total
number of eriininal and crime
eases, this being the period prior
to MC1cCallls incumrbency, were
2627; M~c'Call's 'term# ending Mar
1931 showed the total cases as
5790 or an increase of 8168 eases,
more than 150% increase. Costs
Paid by the County for these cases
in the prior to the McCall period
wRastl7,889.8.5'ad or'theldcCall
period $84,800.80 of the increase
in cost o -p 99,7%~ as stainst


"sCommunal Worker

Dies in Detroit


David W. Simons of Detroit, a
winter visitor to Miami and Mi-
ami Beach for a long number of
years died at his home in D~etroit
last week after a short illness.
Mr. Simons was one of the pion-
eer citizens Of Detroit, WRs ac-
tive in its civic and communal
life, at one time being a member
of the City Council of Detroit.
He was the founder and president
for many years of the largest
Orthodox Synagogue in Detroit.
He was an active member, found-
er and director of the Rabbi Isaac
Elchanan Theological Seminary, of
Allied Jewish Campaign of De-
ftroit, of the War Relief and other

and throughout the country; while
coming to Miami he contributed

and last year was accorded the
honor of opening the Synagogue
of the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation. One of his sons is
SFederal Judge in Ohio and was
recently nominated to the United
States Circuit Court of Appeals,
In recent years he attended the
Beth Jacob Synagogue at Miami
Beach while spending the winter
here.
About 3,000 persons, among
them members of the Council,
present and past, Federal and *
State judges, former associates in
government and business and rep-
resentatives from every social and
religious institution with which
he was connected, gathered at the
home of the late David W. Simons,
at 9000 La Salle boulevard, to pay
final tribute to the former coun-
cilmarn and philanthropist.
'Funeral services were held at
-the Simons home and at the Clover
Hill Park Cemetery and were
marked by the simplicity which
characterized his life. Rabbi A.
M. Ashmasky, of Pittsburgh, fqr-
mnerly of Detroit, a life-loljg
friend, delivered a brief enlogy
Cantor Elijah Zaludkowski chant-
edtesad tunes of "El Moleh
Rahamim," the Orthodox Hebrew
prayer for the dead,



Winners Named

In Sanih Cotee


Sylvia Leibovit, Miami High
winner of the finals in the Spanish
contest sta ed for the city of
Granada cup between pupils of
three South Florida counties last
week.
Doris Stevens, Broward county
finalist, took second place, and
Alex Goldberg, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. S. Goldberg of WTest
Palm Beach, won third honors.
The three contestants already had
won top honors in their respee-
tive counties, capturing small eups
offered by the Sfpanish govern-
ment for proficiency in Spanish.
The cups were presented to the
winners at a banquet held in the
patio of Mdfiai High school Sat-
urday inig~ht. Thie three finalists
were honor guests. Fernando Mo-


lina, Spanish consul here, made
the address of welcome and C.
li. Fisher, Dade school sutperin-
tendent, presented the caps.


120% in business. An analysis
shows that the cost to the County
in the prior to McCall period was
more by 12.41%/. A further
analysis shows that the cost per
case during the present incum-
bency is only $5.56 while prior to
his administration the cost was
$6.78 per case, a decrease of 18%
in cost per ease. In 1931 the cost
pr case as compared to 1930
sowed a decrease of 22%.
In asking for re-election he
pontd to his record for effici-
ponkg ervice tolawryers,the Coun-
eny, end a system that cannot be


bettered in any of the mddern
court of the County. Mr. McCall
further pointed out that many of
the fees received were returned
to the County by ~way of fines in
his Court. A careful analysis of
all the figures of the County Com-
missioners will show the fact that
the office of the~ Oriminal Oburt
of Record 1~erk has been admins-
tered in a way that 'nerits his re-
turn to office, Mr. McC~all urged.

A well attended meeting of the
Miami Beach Democratic Club
presided over by Louis J. Schwarts


of Miami Beach lastweek endors
ed John W. Martin for Governor,
Ralph Pole for' Jurstice of the
Peace, and James M. Hickland
for Cons~table of the Miami Beach
District. Mr. Schwartz ~chairman
of the Board of Directors presi-
ded in the absence of Mr. Ben.
jamin Cohen the president. At
the luncheon held at the Stra~t.
haven Hotel last Saturday in hon-
or of former Governor John WY.
Martin, Mayor Cleary of Miami
Beach presided. A very enthussi-
astic gathering Ifatened-to the
Various speeches.


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"If Elected, I will consider my.
self a PERSONAL Representative
of Every Taxpayer. Patron and
Schedl Child In D~ade County."
I pledge to every patron and tax-
payer an impartial administration
of the affairs of this office.





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Fearth St., ColliarAv *
SWEDISH I1ASGE FOR

SUNt BATH 5@c
Ineludina sheet and oe


A novelty playlet was pro-
sented by Ruth Soutag, Louise
Dietz, Gertrude Dietz, Toots Gross,
Sylvia Farr," Eleanor Sheldon,
Faye Sheldon and Beat~rice Gold-
enblank. Sylvia Dreisen and Syl-
via Mliller 'put on a short skit
and Millicent Rubin gave a read-
eng Prizes for b asacostumes
'Mrs. J. WIernikoff. Sylvia Farr
and Reggie Goldstein won the
dance contest prizes.

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den. ginning at 7i o'clock at its hall,
*I 701 N. W. Fifth ave. Admission
Among those graduating at the ) is only 50c each. The public is
Ida J1. Fisher H-igh School are: invited to attend. In charge of
Samnuel Bassoff, Sarah ,Golden, arrlangemenlts is a committee head-
Solomlon HIor~oitz, H~arriet Kan- ed by Mlrs. Hi. Seitlin, Mrs. D.
tor, Harr~iet Kanhn, Seymour Lon~- Gross andi Mrs. A. Kaplan.
don, Ruth Mliller, Ethel M~intzer,i *
Gertrude Schoenberg, and Riuthi Sunday evening M~ay 29 the
Thale~r. jLadies Auxiliary of the Mliami
Jewis Orthodox Congregation is
At~~~~~ ~~ th n f h er' oksoni~oring a card party for the
A i tl of the onngieas P. T. A benefit of its Talmud Torah fund i
of~ ~~ Rh B~rigie P .A
last week, a\ past president's pin at the home of Ilrs. Mlaxr ap-
was presented to Mlrs. Benjamin ppr,80N .3t t r:
Axle~road, wife of a prominent Rappaport will be the hostess And
Mliami attorney, in recognition of prizes will be awarded for high
her work during the past year, scores. Delightful refreshments
particularly the welfare work w~ill be served and the public is
amongy the children. ;invited to attend.

MIr. an'd M\rs. Si Mlendelson, who One of a series of benefit bridges
expet t leve Mamisoo tofor the Infant WCelfare Fund of
make their home in New Orleans, Hadassah is being sponsored by
were given a reception Sunday the local oganizatio fo ni s
afternIoon at the home of MIr. anild"Y ha l t e o
Mrs. lex Mndelon bythe is rs. Walter Cohen, 1000 N. W.
telrhood of Temple Israel. Mlrs. 10th ave., when M~rs. Cohen will
3lendelso~n has been active in the serve, assisted by Mrs. Miilton
wok f hi gou ad isthe We einer. Reservations may be
tjr tp hi roupf thei Vnea made by calling Mrs. WVeiner at
Auxiliary- of the Jewish Welfare 2-12~00. The public is invited.
Bureau. M~rs. Isaac Levin, presi-
dent of the Sisterhood, presented At the close of the Religious
M\r. and Mlrs. Mendelson with a School of Temple Israel following
luggage' gift. and M~rs. J. Simpson the suggestion of the teachers,
for the women of the Wtelfare Dr. Kaplan will offer two classes
bureau also presented Mlrs. Mren- designed especially for those who
delson with a gift. Appreciation are now teaching in the Religious
of Mlr. and Mlrs. Metndelson and School, and for those who desire
regret at their departure was ex- to prepare themselves to teach-
pressed byv Rabbi Jacob II. Ka~p- one: teachers training course;
lan tivo: course in Judaism. Every-
body is welcome. The latter
A musical program was given. course especially, on Judaism, is
Spring ~flowers were used in the o penl to all who wish to stury.
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I W. E. V AN LOON
~CANDIDATE FOR

SUPERVISOROR OF REGISTRATION
ifl" He Is Seeking Only One Office
Your *Presnt supervisor is NOW holdins
TWO COUNTY POSITIONS.
HE hasr held these same TWO POSITIONS
for FOURTEEN YEARS.
HE has dnran TWO SALARIES from the

EST PAID OFFICIAL IN DADE COUNTY.
ERS of DADE6 COUNTY THINK that ONE
JOB IS ENOUGH tor ONE MAN.
va. Ir .. I we ..e.L m.h ame.. r.* 1U. a own.
roURE VOTi N SUP WILL BB PFRECATWD


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COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR



YOur Vote and Support
will be Appreelated



(Authorised by F. H. Ward)


Friday, May 27, 194a


6 4 & && 66 6 6 66 6
HIGH HAPPENINGS 4
SDoig sAt Mim H gh6



Since this happens to be the
last week of school for the Sen-
iors and since the news is some-
what limited, at least to yours
truly; I do hope no one will ob-
ject to my using this column as
I deem both fitting and necessary.
Necessary in that I may get back
at some people whom otherwise
I would not be able to do--But
I don't know how fittii~g its going
to be.
Well what would happen if:
1 Those that profess to be dig-
nified seniors got some dignity.
(And it can't be taught in three
lessons!)
2 H. C. knew people in terms
other than money jinks.
3 People learned how to pro-
nounce correctly such words as
necessary, lucid and supple.
4 ICharlotte R. really knlewr
what it was all about.
5 Frankie ever acquired a
Southern drawl-nhot Georgia.
6 Lew S. or (Lou) really knew
we knew where he got the "Lthe"


School news, let me add that ther
are several Jewish students g,,


nt n ad adnetsmnt)Ra

it on place rwherde oeocan dance
tion and toe-dancing cmo
Well in the next and last ise
I hope and so do you I'll telissoue
all about everything alt lyout
mostly everything. es


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S OI T Ao Da fe Je hayNa ioalsdF

O o friends of the Keren Kayemeth in
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sooosoosncocoooocoooeccoo+++o++++++> this country. Now, more than ever
The Junior Council of 'Jewish roomsY1. Aobut 200 guests attend. the popular collection in behalf of
Juniors is sponsoring what prom- ed. Mrs. L. Zeientz, Mrs. Harry our fund is of vital significance
ises to be one of the gala affairs Nevins, Mrs. H. I. Homa, Mrs. to the future of the J. National
of the current season at the Beth Herbert Kleiman and Mrs. J. Sim- Homeland. In a depressed world,
David auditorium Sunday eve- pson assisted. Mrs. Isaac Levin where everything undergoes a re-
ningf, May 29th beginning at 8:30 received with Mr. and Mrs. Men- valluation, the very life of our
p. m. Two plays will be presented Idelson. Zionist ideal depends upon our
and will be followed by dancing preserymng the fundamental basis
and cards for those desiring to Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Apte have of our entire work in Eretz Is-
plaly. In the first of the plays, gone to New Orleans and Dallas, rael; the land on which the entire
"M~ay and December" by Carroll after which Mr. Apte will con- structure must rest.
Fitzhugh, Irene Farr, Freddie tinue to California. They will be Mrs. A. Goldstein chairman of
Vossberg, Sylvia Miller and Moe gone about six weeks. this fund is asking for volunteer
Rosenhouse will be presented, workers please call her, 5-1907 wo
while in the second play "The Rab r ao .Kpa that we can immediately organize
Samle Old Thing" by Roi Coopetr Temple Israel, a past president teams for this worthy work.
M~egrew, Millicent Rubin, Sara of the Miami Exchange Club de- ~
Klohn, Nat Williams, Gilbert Orn- livered the invocation at one of Herbert Snowe entertained a
stein and Nat Dubler will be seen. the sessiony of the State Conven-] group of friends recently at a
M~iss M\ildred Dreisen is chair- tion of Exchange Clubs at the Mc- bridge and dance. Among those
man of the committee and she is Allister Hotel this week. present were Mae Kaplan, Esther
being assisted by Miriam Schein- Rosengarten, Ida Cohen, Maye
berg, Mrs. Aaron Reder, Fay Shel- Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Blumberg IRosengarten, Wilton Brill, Charlie
don, Ruth Schwartz, Sara Kohn of New London, Conn., are spend- Melcher, Frank Grant, Murray
and Goldie Miller. Stanley C* ing a vacation here as the house Grossman and Mr. and Mrs. Fred
MIYers is directing the plays* guests of their cousins, Mr. and Platt*
Property arrangements are In Mr1s. Charles Peretzman of this *
charges of Mrs. J. Wernikoff and city. Monday evening their hosts Plans have been announced for
Flo Merlin. Proceeds are for the entertained in their honor at a an intensive drive to obtain used
Cuban Shelteringg Home for Girls theatre party at which a number clothing for the Sisterhood of
in Havana. Tickets including the of their friends were guests. !Chesed Shel Emes. In charge of
plays and dancing is 75c and may the drive are Wolf Cohen, H. M.
hel obtained by calling 2-1609 or The Woman's,. Club of the W-ork- Drevich, Mesdames R. Yunes, I.
f'romn any member of the commit- mecn's Cirele is sponsoring a sup- L. M~intzer, L. Kotkin, Max Hoff-
te~e. The public is invited to at- per Sunday evening: May 29,~ be- man, Chas. Goldstein. By phon-


W. H. Coms bSr
Candidate for
BOARD OF
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
District No. 2


ing 2-7337 or 5-1925 the clothing except one song.
will be called for. Great stress 12 Jerry L. ever got his letter
is being laid upon the fact that back or did he want it.
a payment on the cemetery of the 13 People ever wore sweaters
association is now past due and that were agreeable to other peo-
that the only prospective funds ple's e es.
are those to be obtained from the 14 hxine Learned the "Thum-
r~ummage sale. In addition the my" Trik and did it work.
organization defrays all the ex-l 15 People were really as stupid
petnses of the free burials during las they act.
the year. Mfiami Jewry is urged 16 This column was written by
to cooperate with the committee. a journalist.
*
I hereby refuse to hear any-
About fifty girls attended the thing more about the above. I
membership party sponsored by only wrote it. Lest I be criticized
'thed Junior Council last Tuesday at o t ril ahin Hg
the home of Faye Sheldon. M~iss frntsrcl deigt ih
Sheldon who was chairman was
assisted by Gertrude Dietz, Ida -
Schw-artz, Mrs. E. D. Merlin and
Mrls. J. Wernikoff.


with three lines.
:7 Bede ever took the right
flavor.
8 Al R. got the jest of the
game with kings and queens.
9 Miriam and Pete ever ate.
10 Anyone took Vanilla and
liked it.
11 Joe W. ever sang anything


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Beach Casino last Sunday. The ITLe Radi Sy
athletic contests were in charge x e5 00B l~~
of Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, Louis .....
Heiman, Herbert E. Scher, Miss WIOD, SUND)AY 10:45 A. M.~
Sarah Shochet, and Harry Seit-to1:5AM
lin., The crowd met at the Syna-
gogue and traveled in trucks anid
autos to the beach. Refreshments RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
were served to all in the morning Director
by the Ladies Auxiliary. In the
afternoon the contests were sta$-i Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder
ed. In the girls swunmmig con- and director of the Radio Syna-
test, Esther V. Shochet won. In gog, will preach on Sunday morn-
the boys swimming contest, Man- ing at 10:45 over WIOD on "Unit-
uel Seitlin won. In the older boy's ing Israel". In addition to the
swimming contest Chas Adelman sermon there will be hymns, pray-
won first prize and Isidore Meyer-J ers, solos, scripture reading and a
owitz second prize. question box. A partial report of
In the water-polo contest the the membership campaign will be
team headed by Chas Adelman given at the conclusion of the
won the prize. In the foot races, service. Plans for the Junior
small boys, Irvin Futterfass, the Radio Synagog will be announced.
older girls, Rose Berkowitz, and
older boys, Isidore Meyerowitz
were the winners. In the smaller. Eielig~ious school of Temple Is-
boysrely rae, eam eadd b rael will close this coming Sunday
Stanley Tannenbaum won. In the Iwt prpit lsn xrie
peanut race, Ray U. Shochet won. in charge of Frank Pearlman.
In the sack race Rose Berkowitz Prizes and certificates will be
won, and Hope Ellen Tannenbaum awarded for the highest scholastic
won the potato race. During the attainments.
afternoon refreshments were again The following Sunday, Jun~e ;5,
served to all. Gifts were present- the Religious School will hold its
ed to Mr. Louis Heiman, princi- annual picnic. Confirmation serv-
pal of the Sunday school and his i ces will be held on Thursday eve-
staff of teachers. ning, June 9th, at 7 p. m. The
In charge of ararngements were children of the Religious school
Mrs. Chas. Tannenbaum and Mrs. will have a special section resery-
Samuel Tannenbaum. ed for them so they may take
part in the song service.
Word was received here that a
baby girl was born to Mr. andl
Mrs. Meyer Tarlin of Jackson-i
ville, Fla., formerly residents ofl
this city. The young lady is called W. CECIL WA TSON
Sheila. Mother and baby are rest- *
*n nicely
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~1- Harold Cromer, Max Levine and
others who are well known in the
athletic line.
Intensive plans are being made
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I_-~I~IICI---~~Cl~hh~hLL~ __ _(-VL v. VIVaru spLortCs, such as i
Herbrt Febelian proi- I. apla, Ia Lbasket ball, track, diamond ball, l
attorney of this cnithas just-I GreeanfIed IA.ac Levin, Charles volley ball, and any other sport
nent chtosnen eme of thes Niy a E.t Brnishoff A. Bowman, and W. that may come up. Coaches in
been Bhord of Diectrs of the Naf beneihofit brnother of th s series 'hese lines will be obtained and I
National Farm School, founded held shortly wen pMrtis. will oe sports in general will be acted on.
ear ag bythelat Rabi oseh apln ad Ms. do'~h eobH. Those desiring any information r
yer g y t lt ab oe Kpa n r A lph W thei- about the hacs may communicate
Kirauskopf.~~ mer will be hostesses. with Dr. I. Schwartz. More data 1
on the progress of the Hacs will
Bet Daid istrhod wll n- Senior Hadassah will hold its be published in these columns
te;tain the members of the Sunday election of officers on Monday, shor~tly.
School and Hebrew School at its May 30th, at the Acacia Club in *
annuall pieme mn the Las Olas Ca-( the Congress building, when the The New England Society in e
s.no, Ft. Lauderdale this coming report of the nominating commit- co-operation with the All-States i
Sunday, May 29th. All are urgedt I ee: will be presented. Society are sponsoring weekly
to meet in front of the Beth Da- Tuesday night dances at the Hal-
vid Talmud Torah so that the cars The Cuban Sheltering Home for eyon Hotel, each society taking al-
may leave promptly at 9 a. m. oirls was organized several years ternating Tuesdays for sponsor-
For those having no cars, trans- ag~o to protect the Jewish immi- ship, but co-operating with each
portat-on will be provided. Games grant girl from being preyed upon other. Thie purpose of these dances
and various contests will be by swindlers, and others who pro- is to create social entertainment
staged. Prizes will be given to pose marriage and many times interest for permanent residents
the winners. Soft drinks, ice h ;ave caused the unsuspecting girl and visitors in the Greater Miami
cream and candies will be given to lead a life of misery and area, whereby people from other
to the ch Idren. In charge of ar- shame. The home is under the di- states may become acquainted
iangements is a committee head-) reaction of Fiodor Volbe of the w~th each other for mutual and
ed by Mrs. R. Schwartz as chair- Hebr~ew Immigrant Aid Society. beneficial civic welfare.
man and Mesdames David Bogen, Members assisting Miss Mildred It is proposed to inaugurate a
Miichael Arnold, J. Engler and Dresisen on the committee are: campaign for encouraging visitors
Isidor Cohen. Mrs. J. Wer~nikoff, property chair- fro I'o" their states, by each mem-
man, Mrs. E. D). Merlin, Mrs. Mae ber of these societies writing to
More than twenty tables of Aaron Reder, Miss Fay Sheldon, their northern friends explaining
bridge were in play at the card Levine, Miss Ruth Schwartz, Mrs. .he advantages and attractions of
party sponsored last Tuesday by Mrs. Stanley C. Myers and Miss iMiami and urging them to spend
Temple Israel Sisterhood at the G~oldlye Miller. their vacations here.
home of Mrs. J. S. Fields, who Special entertainment features
was the hostess. Assisting Mrs. Pasreowbigmdtoare also provided between dances
Fields was Mrs. H. H. Miller, organize an athletic club composed ntefrofvuvilatsnd
Mrs. J. A. Richter, Mrs. Adolph of Jewish young men having forotespclis.
Wertheimer, Mrs. B. L. Reisner, its aim the furthering and devel- m besothtw sci-
Mrs GodonDavs, rs.L. ei-opig o atletcs mon Mimilies as well as members of the
Mrs.Goron avi, Ms. L Ze-loingof thleicsamog Mamivarious individual states societies
entz and Mrs. L. Jacoby. Jew~ry to be called Hebrew ath- aecrilyivtdt ted
Du ing the afternoon delicious letic club. with their friends.
refreshments were served. The' Among those who will aid, are Dancing commences promptly at
door prize was won by Mrs. W. such notable stars as: Iry Hirsch, 8:45 o'clock each Tuesday evening.
E. Bishoff and high score prizes Ernie Weinkle, Chuck Cromer, Al C. William Hathaway is general
were awarded to Mesdames David Grossman, D~oc Rosen, Lou Stein, chirman,,, acting or the two so
Slann, Chas. Rosengarten, Jacob Ralph Grossman, Joe Warren, cities, assisted by Miss Anna La-


ionte and Burroughs F'. Perry.

The annual Sunday School and
Talmud Torah picnic of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion was held at the Hollywood


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Volume 5.--Number 22.
Friday, May 27, 1932











RELIGION IN POLITICS

Fatalists say that everything
that happens is foreordained. Jusi
now we seem to agree. Investiga
tion and experience shows that bul
very few political campaigns are
concluded without someone trying
to in stall religious prejudice into
the argument.
Thank Heaven, the real Jew has
tried to steer clear of this issue.
Hie has been taught, as a cardinal
principle of his faith, "That the
righteous of all faiths shall re-
ceive their reward hereafter".
Wilth the Jew, a man's fitness for
office, his particular qualifica-
tions, his past record are the only
matters he inquires into before
deciding to cast his vote. The Jew
has been taught to be liberal
minded, for too often has he him-
self been the victim of canards
and religious bigotry.
The local campaign had been
free of the issue of religion until
several weeks ago. Then the con-
temptible, degrading "whispering"
camlpaign began. A certain candi-
date was to be discriminated
against because of his religious
a~ntececdents. His opponent was
too clean. too manly to permit
himself to bec drawn into such
bigroted appeals. Nevertheless, a
certain contemporary, (with s
Rabbhi as its Editor), could find
nothing else to print in its miser-
aIble comments on things political
b. ut the story of the candidate's
religious antecedents, as if that
ma~de himt a better or inferior can-
dida~te .
Not content however, this samie
publication goes further into mluck
and bigottry. In the comments of
an~is Ratbbt Editor, the story of
wiha Is s ppose go &av ol w
city is told. The community ts
chided because nothing has been
cone about it. He valiantly vol-
unteers to help protiect the good
name of the Jewish people and
urges the Bnai Brith Anti-Defam-
ation League to take the matter
up. I am just wondering if this


good Rabbi Editor knows that he
is being taken adv-antaLge of. I
am fust wFonderingp whether he
s.mply heard gossip and did not
investigate. Does he not know
that this suppos~ed incident hap.


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o0 UNKNOWN

Buried in the middle of the set
ond volume of Lincoln Steffenl
autobiography are some pars
graphs on education for which
extend my thanks.
"Thinking back over my schoc
]- and college courses," he says, "
would see that one trouble with ou
r-education was that it did no
)- teach us what was not known, no
e, enough of the unsolved problem
oof the sciences, of the arts, ani
t f life
'e o"Itegave us positive knowledge
d.where there was no certain knowl
'e edge, and worst of all, when w
u did not particularly want it. W
Swer~e not curious as students, ane
rwe are not curious enough now a
smen and women.
"It seemed to me .. that cur
.' iosity was the beginning and eile
oof education."
-If a copy of this paper happen!
r to fall into the hands of a college
-president, I should like to suggest`
eto him the establishment in hir
e boniege of a lecture course on Th
rThe first lecture might be bJ
Ia professor of physics. He woule
doubtless start by dropping a pa
-per weight on the desk, saying
"That is something which no hu
nian being understands. We cal:
.it 'gravitation," but no man in the
world knows what gravitation is.'
The second lecture might well
be a professor of economics. He
would have to say something like
th s: "We do not know why good
times come or why they leave,
Wse have many impressive phrases
in our business. We speak of
'gold supply' and 'commodity
prices' and 'speculation,' and so
fourth. We make many charts,
These charts only tend to show
that what goes up must come
down and that history has a way
~of repeating itself. But why it
repeats itself, we really do not
know."
The third lecture, of course,
should lie a philosopher or a the-
ologian. He would say: "No one
knows how the universe started
or what is its object. Some men
call themselves philosophical pes-
simlists and pretend to know that
it has no meaning. Some of us
prefer to believe that it has a Mak-
er and a meaning. We feel that
this positive faith gives life more
significance, more bpheer."
Such a lecture eqGIrse would cure
the colleges of aff'ic2th~g the world
with wise young men.) The gra-
duates would be humble, curious,
thrilled by the challenge of so
nluch to learn, so many things to
try.
Also, they would understand
why no man needs to be ashamed
to say: "I do not know, but I be-
lieve."

A Miissouri town abandoned day-
light sav-ing after two years, due
to the confusion. It appears the
constable has taken in the side-
w~alks~ an hour before curfew
9 g g
Mloney- makes a man laugh.


us".
Well. next week the final exams
come up again. I have hopes of
not having to take any, but can't


tell. my profs may not agree
w n-th me. W-e shall soon learn.
After gaining a liberal educa-
tion in a U.' the following is the
philosophyv of a brilliant student:
1st. Stude: D~o you like spinach?
2nd. Stude: No, I don't like
spinach, and I'm glad I don't like
it, for if I did, I'd eat it and I
hatek the darn stuff.
So long folks-


s' Some people are so afraid to
I- Idie that they never begin to live.
I! !
Equality, after all\ is not a fix-
,l ed and definite end, but only a
;I means to an end..
r I I I
,t Of the uses of adversity which
It are sweet, none are sweeter than
s those which grow out of disap-
d pointed love.

el To take a wife merely as an
-agreeable and rational companion
e will commonly be found to be a



3,WEST PALM BEACH
Q~~~~~b
dBeth El Sisterhood card party
siwas held recently at the Commun.
s ty House on Seventh Street with
eBen Ryder and Sam Schutzer as
t hosts. Refreshments were served
sand prizes given to the individual
tables following the games.
y *
Regular Friday night services of
-Beth El Congregation are hl
,at the Community House Friday
night with the services conducted
l by Sam Schutzer.

Regular Friday night services
lof Beth Israel Congregation are
,held Friday night at the Temple
on Browar~d Avenue with Dr. C.
N. Herman officiating.
.~* *
Regular monthly meeting of
Congregation Beth El was held
recently at the Community House. I
There was a large attendance and
.besides the regular routine busi-
ness, the chairman of the Bazaar
presented the final report on the
Bazaar.
~* *
Many friends will be interested
in learning that Leon Gruner, son
of Mr. Jacob Gruner, was mar.
ried Friday afternoon, May 6, in
New York. He is the brother of
Mr. O. P. Gruner. The happy
couple is expected to return with-
in the next few days after an en-
joyable honeymoon; stopping at
various places on the way. They
will temporarily reside at 622
Sunset Road with Leon's sister,
Mrs. May WTiubel, and Mir. Sam
WIrubel his brother-in-law.
*
Mrs. Phil Blicher and Mrs. Phil '
Blake sponsored a card party at
the home of Mrs. Phil Blicher,
528 Avon Road, recently for the
benetit of the Beth Israel Sister-
hood. Prizes were awarded at
each table and delicious refresh-
ruents were served.
rL ,
Odell Kominers, of 314 Green-
wood drive, West Palm Beach,
was honored in New York recent-

Sly with announcement that he has )
won the highest recognition that
Columbia college can bestow for
non-athletic extra-curricular ac-
tiv-ities, the King's crown. 1
The W\lest Palm Beach younth '
shares honors with 49 other pick- '
ed students from different parts '
of the country who will have the '
unique privilege of a retaining a
replica of the historic golden rep.
resentation of the crown of K5ing lt
Georgre II, atop the university flag. r
post on Mlorningside heights, a


K:ominers, member of the Ijunior o
class makes his New Yorkt head-
quarters at Hartley Hall on Co-
lumbia campus. He won the crov. )
eted award for work with the Co. e
lumbia rifle team. Twrenty--six of C
the C-olumbia mren honored are b
members of the varsity show.


grand mistake.

You may set it down as a truth
which admits of few exceptions
that those who ask your opinion
really want your praise.
!I !
Many a young man would glad-
ly permit a girl to be a sister to
him if she would only lend him
money occasionally.

The Girl Chum says a lot of
people could qualify if the Olym-
pic gamres only included throwing
the wet blanket.
!r !
"Whenever I try to listen to
what the wild, waves are saying,"
says foaming Frieda, "the most
I get is an ear full and the rest
goes over my head."

The last will and testament of
a British sailor was written on
an egg. Now to break it.
!
A Breezy Ballad: The bandit
called the bank a flat tire, and
then he blew it up.

The Wooden-Eye Song: What
wooden I do for a' gal like you?

Courtship is like a piece of cur-
rency-not worth much without a
ring.

Then there's the audtioneer
whose car was taken away from
him for knocking things down.

"I'll pull you over my knee in
a minute," warned the woman to
her rolled-dowvn stocking.
I I
"Golly," remarked the piano
mover, wiping his brow and rub-
bing his aching muscles, "I'd hate
to make a living playing one of
those things."
I I
The razor business has some
very keen competition.
I! I
WFe had not ceased marveling
at the classification of typewrit-
ers as musical instruments by
British express companies, when
word came from WTarsaw that an
Egyptian mummy has had to
enter customs as"dried fish."
!
It develops the young British
savants had many well-wishers
egging them on in their attempts
to split the atom. With cries, we
understand, of "Up and atom!",
I !
A large iceberg was sighted
lately off the Carolina coast, it is
understood to have gone hurriedly
by a local banker.
t t
If this is a land of opportunity,
what of France, where every lit-
tle citizen has a chance to remi
up and some day become prme
from two to fourteen times
rr
On their educational side, the
movies teach us that if the Eu
manian. minister and a Spanis
envoy meet in Vienna they con
verse in English with a FrenJ
accent,

An Ohio cireas reports the
;heft of a car that stands on its
apdiator, rear on its hind wheels
~nd Irolls over. It is feared some


,ne may be motorizing a rodeo.
SI I
A censra of the 1982 class **
Columbia show it exepects to be
arning $11,000 apiece in 1988*
aon not all this surplus optimisal
ce distributed among the peopls
I I


I anard of this kind at this tin
to further or hinder political all
IJbitions, particularly ianrschools?

Jewry, are daily being committee
in thy name, and by those wh
O. should set an example of rectitud
-Jnd fair dealing ?


A Creed

Have faith, unqualified and un
1'ceasing faith, in a Supreme Be
L Ing of unlimited power and pet
-Iect wisdom in the service of ab
solute love, from whom we came
apon whom we depend, and t
whom we are responsible. Do no
wait to prove this. It can't b
,o done. Nor can it be disproved
-IIt must be accepted and will prov
an invaluable creed of life, if yo
give it a chance. Let duty be you
constant guidance, service you
striving. Add to the lives of a
Many others as you can by be
having as fraternally as you canl
Live, let live, and help others t;
.ive. Keep an open mind. Wel~
come criticism, but exercise 'youl
own judgment and don't sacri
.Ice yourself to craven fear. Havt
intelligentt convictions and tht
courage to carry them out. Havt
respect for all men, more for
yourself, most for God. Be cheers
tful, especially when you are
-cheerless, not so much for your
self as for others. Meet even your
!tearful trials without whining and
turn them into laughing triumphs,
,Compel sorrow to bless you with
smiles by converting it into sym-
pathy. Be serious when you
smile and, better still, smile when
you are serious. Despite insincer-
ity. You can fool others, but not
the Almighty, whereas by trying
to do so you will only make a fool
of yourself. Live thus with all
that it implies and you will make
the world somewhat better and
yourself much happier.



;tAROUND THE CAMPUS -
;t At Uiniversity of Miami t

;t By Milton A. Friedman t
j cbctsab 4 c s t ch cb d, dd ct r

Hello folks, is everybody happy ?

I hope so, for I don't feel that
way. It is always a disagree-
able task to attempt to write a
le~tter to some friend when you
have nothing to say, or try to
build a house without anly mater-
i.,l. That's the situation l'm in;
a columnII to write alnd niothingr to
write about. W\ell here goes noth.
inrg.
Field day sure went over big.
in, girls proved just as good ath-
.etets as the boys. Several Jew-
.sa girls centered events and won
some honolrs whereas~ only one
boy entered anything and won
fiame. Bea Silver took seconel
plae in golf putting. I think Bea
went ;nto the finals of the golf
.aurnament'
Belrnice Watts was on the wi,-
nurg basketball relay team. Al-
though their team lost in the ri-
n~als. Ben Silver. Bernice Watts,
and C'lara Mannheimer played


good baseball. The lonet male en-
trant was Lou Stein; he came :n
second in the 5880 yardl run which n
was won in State! Pcord t~inW.
To prove that pro~hibition isn't
the only topic of conv-ersation, this
wueek in the public speaking class,
religion w-as the most popular sub-
Ject. There? seemed to be a dif-


opened (if it did) more than TW`O ierence o~f opinion whether ~e
YEARS AGO? Does he not know should believ-e in religion or not-
that this incident is being usPed as One boy' said (this wasi not mn con-
campaign mattt~~~~tttte ria mong the nection with religion, odd!Y
Jewish voters to arease them enough) Bth~at a foreigner wtho had
y ast t re-elctrion of a schoo just camte over wasE taugt to saY
offacial in this county? Doses he "God pr~eserve us,"), but after he
thinkL it in keepman with Jewish leant w~hat the word gpaserve
idri and tradlitionst to spread a meant, he said instead, "God pickle


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"The JACOBEAN"
A Pag for Miami Beach News
Edited by RABBI LAZARUS AXELROD


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ish law?' he had asked.


h end y u?' hteohdaskedheis
betrothed, 'you, are you going to
stand for this ? We can marry
(Continued on page 6)

Dave Sholtz on his visit to Mi-
ami this week received 'a very
hearty reception from his many
friends here. He spoke at his
headquarters in the Professional
building, and stressed the fact
that Florida needed to get away
from -politicians to insure reduc-
tion in taxes that would enable
Floridians to retain their homes.
M~r. Sholtz has had a long eivie
career as President of State, City
and East Coast Chambers of Com-
meree, as Stated head of the Elks,
in child welfare work and is now
campaigning for free school books
in all grades. He promises the
abolition of all useless depart-
ments and a clean business ad-
minstration of the State of Flor-
ida in the interests of the people
of the State.
11mununununu111lllll uml nnmanonuunnumaannunu
RE-ELECT

C L. WHEAT


DADE COUNTY
PURCHASING AGENT
"HE KLEPT EVERY PROMISE"

(PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT)



IN MI[AMII 21 YEARS

BEC
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a deserving Jewish boy or girl to
the University of Miami. Mr.
Wheat is asking the voters of
Dade County to return him to of-
fiee by virtue of his record and
that fact that he has fulfilled ev-
ery promise made by him during
his campaign for office. Dade
County has benefited at all times
in the purchase of materials and
supplies for Dade County through
Mr. Wheat, he urges.

The many friends of Ernest
Amos, candidate for re-election as
State Comptroller of Florida in
this section have rallied to his
support and are making a through
canvass of Dade County among
the voters. They point out that
though he has been made the tar-
get for numerous investigations,
the result has been to strengthen
the faith of the people in the hon-
esty and integrity of Ernest
Amos. They point to the fact
that with the inadequate banking
laws that his department has been
forced to operate under, never-
theless he has at all times proteet-
ed the interests of the people so
far as lay within his limited pow-
ers.

Ralph C. Pole has been receiv-
ing numerous pledges of support
from the citizens of Miami Beach
in' his campaign for Justice of
Peace there. His record in civic
work and while occupying the
position as Judge of the Munici-
pal Court, and as a foremost bus-
iness man has brought many vot-
ers to his cause. They point to
the fact that a man like Ralph C.
Pole is what the Miami Beach dis-
trict must have to insure a fair
and adequate administration of
justice.

Jim Hickland ain a candidate
for re-election as Constable in the
Miami Beach District has been
endorsed by many prominent cit-
izens of the district as well as
by the Democratic Club there.
His record as a law enforcement
officer, his friends predict will
carry him into the office with a
larger majority than he has ever
received in his prior campaign.
IHe is active in civic work and in
child welfare work in the Beach.

Interest in race for the Legis-
lature is being considerably
heightened by the receptions ae-
corded Abe Aronwitz during his
CanVass of the County. His speech-
es on public questions have
aroused the interest of the voters
to a high pitch. His radio talks
have earned him many favorable
commendations and pledges of
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TO My Many Friends:

I AIM SUPPORTING

ERNE~ST AMlOES

FOR

State Comptroller


BECAUSE I BELIEVE HE IOQ
CAPABLE, EFFICIENT AND
HONIEST

(Sitaed) BENJAMIN AXLERIOAD
(Pald Political AdveLrtiement)


-Y


Friday, May 27, 1932


_~I JEWIS FL.,,ORIDIAN


"D uty"

(.......AS fo rcdng Week)

"Two weeks before the wedding
Rush and excitement and happy
confusion everywhere. The two
yould sit on the side porch in the
night and plan the future. Just
where he had left off, theer he
wanted to begin. What a happy,
glorious feeling he had, now that
his faith had returned! If he did
not love her with the flaunting
passion of his youth, as 'he had
loved the other, it was with a
much more serious, a great deal
deeper one. Two weeks before
the wedding. Already presents
were arriving. His future par-
ents-in-law would gaze upon him
with undimmed admiration in their
eyes. What a fine son-in-law they
were getting a distinguished
name, learned and cultured. They
would smile with well satisfied
mien. In the Synagogue he would
be pointed out. Two weeks before
the wedding.
"And then the rabbi asked him
a simple question. His first wife
had been divorced from him only
in the eyes of the English law.
So far as the old Jewish law was
concerned, she was still his wife,
and only a special ceremony--the
Jewish divorce--could separate the
two in the eyes of the rabbinic
law. A simple question the rabbi
asked, whether there had been the
Jewish divorce, the Gett? The
man did not remember, but one
could easily be gotten: it would
mean afew weeks' delay. The old
folks--the bride's parents insis-
ted. After several weeks, through
numerous attorneys and legal
agencies, he got in touch with his
former wife. And here she play-
ed her trump card. Why should
she bother to grant her former
husband a Jewish divorce ? He
had left her to starve all these
years, so she declared. He had
deserted her that he might re-
venge himself. And now he want-

1l th se ye rs!him dried n awe
sel sort of creature, with noth-
ing of her beauty left her, and
here she had it in her power to
hurt him. 'Let him suffer as I
have done; let him rot away in an
old corner as I have done,' she
screamed at his attorneys. Noth-
ing, no jewels, no money, could
make her change her mind.
"Without the Gett the rabbi
would not perform the marriage
ceremony. Both the man and his
fiancee pleaded with the rabbi to
grant the divorce without the
wife's consent, but to do this was
impossible, so far as the rabbi
was concerned. 'But there are
countless other rabbis-reformed
-and civil authorities who wil:
marry us when they hear the
case,' he had pleaded with the
family.
M'y daughter should marry a
man not divorced from his wife
God forbid, better that we should
bury her,' the father had cried.
"But are .y08 going to Wreek
her life because of that old fool


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V a Lon egaged m the sale of
real estate with the Coral Gables
Corporation. He had formerly
been connected wth the sheriff's
office in Duval county.
Later he organized the Dorsay-
Van Loon Realty and Investment
Company. He was chief deputy
sheriff under Henry R. Chase for
two years, making an excellent
record as head of the criminal di-
vision, retiring to become connect-
ed with the Robert G. Lassiter
Construction Company.
The office of supervisor of reg-
istration is an important one be-
cause upon its functions depend
to a large extent the smooth work-
ing of the public franchise, Mr.
Van Loon said. It is his purpose,
if elected he continued, to devote
all of hi-s time to the one office.


A regular meeting of the Grace
Agilar Club was held at the
Agae of Miss Kitty Morris recent-
homePlans are being made for the
ly.s picnic of the Club and will
firs P nunced shortly.





Walter H. Beckhan, candidate
for Judge Juvenile Court, is oppos-
i Mrs. Edith M. Atkinson, pre-
set incumbent. Mr. Beckham is
running on a platform of "one
public office to the family," in
view of the fact that Mrs.. Edith
II. Atkinson, his opponent, is the
wife of the Judge of the Circuit
Court, who also holds a judgeship.
IMr. Beckham is a successful
practicing attorney, a member of
the law firm of WFalsh, Beckham
& Ellis, an~d has been in Miami for
several years. He is married and
has a wife and three children, He
is a member of the faculty of the
University of Miami, past presi-
dent of the Miami Lions Club,
which purchased and sponsored the
creation of the local branch of
the Children's Home Society of
Florida. He has served as a di-
rector in the local branch of the
Florida Children's Home Society.
He taught for a number of
years, and has been active in
school affairs in the city through
parents organizations.
He has always been interested
in child life and social welfare
problems and states that he believes
the Judge of the Juvenile Court
should be a parent with children
in order to intelligently hear and
sympathetically dispose of the
problems of delinquent children
and domestic relations involving
family life.

W. E. Van Loon, former Cora 1
Gables and Miami real estate man,
is a candidate for the Democratic
nomination of county supervisor
of registration, the of fice now held
by Carl Holmer, jr., who also is
county court clerk.
Mr. Van Loon is running for
one of the positions held by Mr.
Holmer, that of supervisor of
registration, one county position
being sufficient for an individual,
he said.
Coming to Miami from his
home in Jacksonville in 1924, Mr.


Chas. S. Tobin, formerly a
Trustee of Beth David Congrega-
tion for two years, active in local
communal affairs, and a resident
of Miami for more than sixteen
years is making an active cam-












paign for election as a delegate
to the Democratic National Con-
vention from the Fourth Congres-
sional District. This office is not
a paid position but merely honor-
ary. Charlie as he is known to
his many friends here is thirty
years old, married and has two

uilt d partn sali latfo por ing
the candidate of party Mr. Tobin
has received many proie o
support.

C. L. Wheat, a candidate f or re-
election to' the office of County
Purchasing Agent has the unique
distinction of being the only non-
Jewish member of the Young
Men's Club of Miami. A close
friend of the late Sig. L. Baar,
SMr. Wheat was one of the found-
ers and first contributors to th
"Baar Foundation" fund which
annually will pay the tuition o


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MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
1545 8. W. Third Street
JONAH E. CAPLAN, Rabbi
The usual early services will
begin at 6:30 Fcriday night and
Saturday morning services at 9
a. m. with the Mincha services at
6 p. m. The late Friday night ser-
vices have been discontinued.
Sunday school meets at 10
o'clock Sunday morning with as-
sembly at 11 o'clock.

CONGREGAIOhNdBBT'H JACOB

311 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
L. AXELROD, Itabbi
The usual early Friday evening
services will begin at 6:30. Late
Friedoai night serve hav or g
services begin at 8:30.

CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(Conservative)
139 N. W. Third Avenue
Regular Friday night services
will begin at 8:15 p. m. The ser-
mon by Rabbi A. 8. Kleinfeld will
be "The Blessing and Curses of
Life". Cantor Louis H~ayman will
chant the ritual.
Saturday morning services be-
gin" at 8:30 a. m. when Rabbi
Kleinfeld will preach on the week-
ly portion of the law, and a sp'e-
cial Musaf Service will be sung
by Cantor Louis Hayman.

TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
137 N. E. Nineteenth Street '
D)R. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi

Regular services at Temple Is-
rael, 137 N. E. 19th St. Friday
evening at 8:15 p. m. .
evening at 8 p. m. Rabbi Dr.
Jacob H. Kaylan will preach on
"If, and If Not".
Closing exercises of the Relig-
ious School will be held Sunday,
May 29. Parents and friends are
welcome.


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despite them.
"Her mother broke down in
tears. 'She'll be dead to us. We
will say Kaddish for her," she
sobbed, half in Yiddish, half
in her broken English.
"There he stood before them--
this Jewish family to whom the
supreme virtue was duty---devo-
tion to God. 'But this is not God's
will to cause unhappiness,' he had
cried, 'that is not the purpose of
his law.'
'Do not blaspheme,' the old
man had cried sternly. Your pres-
ence here can do no one any good.
ug teer bett r, not to see my
"But that night he stood with
her on the porch, telling ~her good-
bye, pleading with her to come
Rd Lv is tem gea eshtdheplost
supreme thing in life. When you
ur h py, thtiaryour religio
ish laws ? They do not mean any-
thing. Come, do not ruin your
life here?'
"He saw her standing tall and
beautiful in the moonlight. What
a struggle was being waged in
her heart! Slowly she spoke,
with the tears coming into her
eyes. 'They are my parents, my

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have forgotten you, when al hv
left you in your old age, only your
love will think of you. All are
selfish here, all are eager to drain
what they can from you. There


" 'That I can't question.


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there is duty.'


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