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The Jewish Floridian ( July 1, 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:
July 1, 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

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

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University of Florida
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Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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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:
July 1, 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:
AA00010090:00175

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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TWICE AS MUCH LOCAL, JEWISH NEWS AS ANY OTHER PAPER


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eral election in November, we
es no prpoea o discuss th
a get that In hi interest Mis

the same.
May we respectfully suggest
to the gentlemen, who have been
engaged in a campaign of per-
sonal villification, that it might
be benefielal to indulge mna
little introspection. The necces-
sary realization that would fol*

of the utr fo In nt ei ecour .
Think, think and then think
again, is the humble suggestion
we otrer them.
The very exfatence of a Ro-
ple, the future of a nation, is
secure only so long as' the in-
dividual has the freedom of
speech, and the newspaper, its
freedom of press. FOR TRAT
RIGHT WE SHALL ALWAYS
FIGHT.
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NOTE
In accordance with our usual
custom, we shllU, during the
summer sepaths only, reduce the
size of the Jewlah Meoridian to
four pages.
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M~iar i, Florida, Friday, July 1, 1982


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Victorious it 'the Democratic AbD 52 rsodnda
run off primari s by probably the log ie esd',5 enr od iami was
largest majority ever accorded a found de last Wednesai waftr-
candidate. Da Sholtz of Day- oomn of his homnesa with
tona Beachreed the Democra- noon in oem jet tund nis hoewt
tic nomination orGovernor and toe gas jer Lureibvt won dis
will oppose W. Howey the Re- step-sodn ye ibodyt ruhed himto
publican nominee next Novembe' c ve sp buty ithe wa toolt.
Mr. came''to this country
) from R a and engaged in the
general freantile business in Mi-
ami for long number of years.
He reti from this business sev-
eral ye figo because of ill health
and fin ial reverses.
Duihis residence here he
was a nber of Beth David Con-
gregat~ the Workmen's Cirle 1
and similar organizations.
He w pne of the founders of
the ken's Cirele Yiddish
Schul aJd considered an authlori'
~j~t~~f~ ty on asian problems of which
he waY keen student.
He saves surviving him his
wife histep son. Services were
held e the Milstead-Ulmer Fun-
eral ~ime Thursday afternoon
and ~rment was in the Jewish
secti ~bf the Woodlawn Cemetery.




tthe general election. Ar n ra e
Born in Brooklyn, N. tr., he re- A eI ce sd
eived his education at Yale and
lin came to Florida to join has
family. He continued his studies N postage rates, effective
tStetson University in De Land .i 1932> re9. a~El~tfgagat ,
iresta-a h co~aUnt.;^ class mail--3cents for
He served in the Florida legis- eac ance or fraction thereof.
ture in 1917, enlisted in the Iadps adp ivae
vy and served during the World m cards 1 cent each.
rand now holds the rankc of 3 MAIL fo the United
eutenant commander in the naval CndMexceuand
sev.His campaign for the
vernorship was his first entry B as-8 cntfo thero 1 firtst
to state polities since 1917. h daddi i nal one5 o r
As president of the state cham- t ereof.
of commerce for two years, lssmail deposited i
active in other civie associa- b te ateat
nhe was instrumental in the letroshid

is tpe ter Hhe s ta corded J E D
itfor br nging the tfirstB ,ao d a ter md ight 1ly 5e

Nationals, to Florida for eas bjeee mar thR new i -
ngtraining. rae of pot
eis married, has one son, dproero aount of postage
cel5, and two adopted bepead alr od
htrCarolyn 4, and Lois 3. belldrepai hg d lurehtoan
okmade his campaign on a
ryof mail, pause confusion,
omof elimination of "un~nec. a ioneec; d
rybureaus and commissions,,, rne n ovnec;ad
udin th stae rilrod cm- edition will impose unneces-
ion labor and ,expense upon the
eeschool books without in- evc.
edtaxes. 3
roeets in child welfare. IO~NI I~ POSTPONED

rk eent asn banigl ws. ~e annual picnic scheduled for
oieand automobile BSunny rsles Casino for next
ayby te International Work-
instead of convicts O~rder jas been postponed be-
ds. eof ye sudden death of one
dtion or elimination oL' to a ve members, Mr. Abe
commission, shell fish .
nand game and fresh he commission* s will be that of the Ladies
etof mineral wealth tary of the Miami Jewish
es* doxCongregation at the
cnt rof Florida as an ood Beach Casino.

atof Pan American
Florida. turn it back to the people."
nsfor homestead- mogthose directly responsi-
r for his overwhqlmipg and
ognof his campa re than 8 to 1 vote werSe a num-
e government awa of romainent Je4~rb m~erh.
ofesioal olilef tsand professional men. ,


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Free Press

It has been h pride of the
Jewish people that research,
study, discussion and reflection
has attended every matter of
importance. None, throughout
the history of the Jewish people
(except in rare instances) have
ever been denied the right to
an expression of one's thoughts,
beliefs and ideals. The Sages
may not have agreed with each
other; the majority may have
denied the truth of a matter,
the wisdom of an argument, the
propriety of behavior,. but they
always encouraged each one to
speak what he thought was
right. In this great land of ours,
the very Fathers of Our Coun.
try, regarded the FREEDOM OF
SPEECH AND PRESS equally
as valuable, and as important as
life and liberty itself.' Though
States have tried to abridge the
right of the newspaper to print
certain matters, the Supreme
Court of the United States has
definitely rejected such legisla-
tion and at all times has pro-
teeted this INALIENABLE
RIGHT OF FREE SPEECH
AND FREE PRESS.
Why all this? We had the
courage to print an article last
week which did not meet with
the approval of certain people
of the community. Because their
particular candidate (who was
successful) wes arfected, a series
of reriminations and personal
attacks have been engineered
and begun by these people. Not
a-heat mc- his-prb:-M
others had a right to think for
themselves. Many an article
published has met with derisive
taunts, and, villification. Even
personal attacks have been made
upon editors, yet these very ar.
ticles have been the cause of
real progress on the part of a
people and of a nation.
The Jewish Floridian has
ever flmnched from any issue.
g~ime and again it has been at*
tacked for writing certain
things whi rch RUero ha eH b

itseltmsu ce, eentuallyvioe ton

It may, however, interest our
readers to know that this article
was not published until after it
had been discussed with two
prominent clergymen; submitted
for approval to several promi
nent Jewisih attorneys, and re-
ceived the approval of the presi-
dent of one of the oldest Jewish
organization in Miami. None of
these were interested. in the
candidacy of either of the two
as irants to office. BEAR THIS
F pCT IN MIND. This was
merely in line with the usual
aoic ej teoEditor on ques in

To the very honorable gentle-
man who found it necessary for
the preservation of Jewish ideals
to solicit funds for a contem"
proary so that his article might
be printed in a "SPECIAL PO-
LITICAL EXTRA" (We qulote
the heading of this contempor-
ar y) ma y we sa y: we beie ve
that your own home training'
your knowledge of Jewish law


and lore, a consultation with
your own honored father, will
convmece you on sober second
thought that your statements
ar rrloneous and turat."


Parade July Fourth Lee Wins by

'"O Have Sectionsl Large Majority

The Fourth of July parade as J. M. Lee of Highlands County
planned by the Miami Patriotic was the successful candidate for
Observance Committee will con- the Democratic nomination for
sist of five sections and will as- State Comptroller in Tuesday's
semble on the east side of the run off primary, and won by a
Flagler street bridge at 10 a. tremendous majority.
m., marching at 10:30 a. m. east Campaigning throughout the
in Flagler street to Bayfront park, State on a platform of speedier
where it will disband.
The first section will consist of
service connected troops; the see-
ond, motorized, will be composed
of the Daughters of the Ameri-
can Revolution, Woman's Relief
corps, United Daughters of the
Confederacy, Daughters of Union
Veterans, Woman's Overseas Ser-
vice League and Disabled veter-
ans; the third, Spanish-American
Veterans and World War Veter-
ans; the fourth, Fraternal organ-
ization and Boy Scouts, and the
fifth eivic and industrial org~aniza-
tions. A special feature of this
section will be a group composed
of those voting for the first time.
All organizations who have not
been assigned a place in the pa-
rade and desire to participate may
make requests for assignment to
Lieut, Col. Henry W. Baird, or
Maj. Emory J. Close, 1001 Secur-
ity building.
The pradewillbe review liquidation of defunct banks anda
the Confederate and G. A. R. lsrattin oth gven
veterans, the mayor and city com- mental affairs of the State in a
missioners of Miami and Colonel more efficient manner, Lee re-
Baird and his staff.' ceived enthusiastic ovations every-
''Yu hvea rghttoyou ow Iwhere he went. In Dade County
"Youhav a ightto ourown what was probably the most ef-
apialesa mad..though-woa-de-o fective org~anlizations.was. in charge.
agree with you, we respect you of the campaign and also dispatch-
for it and concede you the right ed speakers to other counties
to so express yourself.'* throughout the State. Georrge
May we direct the attention of Christy was chairman of the local
our readers to the fact that on committee and was ably assisted
Monday last, we made the offer by uch menuas Marshall Saunders,
to this gentleman to submit the *ihr Hunt r.Apln *
articles referred to, both his and Fleming and Carl Meeks, in addi-
ours, to the judgment of leaders tone ton poin~emt ru s fan

mih magr n u. eveyin Kilere I executive committee included Paul
walks of life and from di8Ferent Marks and H. H. Farr.
schools of thought, and that this Mr. Lee will be opposed at the

onf rnreject the candidacy gottlo Y netnwn te Rpub
o hic mtgentlembn itt lvd t ia t candidate, thoug it iscon-
voters of the State at the gen. will win by an overwhelming vote.


Party Calndidates

Chosen Tuesday

At last Tuesday's run off Dan
Hardie received the nomination
for Sheriff of Dade County, Sen.
John W. W~atson a re-nomination
for State Senator from D~ade '
County, E. P. Roberts and J. C.
Brown the nominations for the
ntaedo Le -sa e,ofand Cales
County Commissioners a re-nom-
instion in the first district. Charles
Dillon was chosen Constable in
the first district and R. B. Chas-
tain Constable in the second dis-
trlet.

PASTPRY SHOP OPEN
The Paramount Pastry Shop an-
der the management of the well
k no wn I. Tan nenbaum is open in a
it~s doors today at 188 Seybold
Arcade. It wpill handle a co~m
plete line of freh hot pastry,
bread and rolls three timea dailr,
In addition it will handle a faR
line of dairy products, fresh dri
Priced very reasonable.


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One of the largest gatheringsY!oung Israel group was held at
of recent times was the meeting the home of Miss Rosalyn Daum
held at the old library building at last Tuesday evening. Reports of
S. Wr. 16th Ave. and 5th St., last the recent card party given by the
Thursday night.. Sponsored by organization were presented. Plans
the Y'oung Men's Club of Miami for the work of the organization
and the local B'nai Brith Lodge includingsoilad dutonl
jointly, the meeting was address- programs were discussed and wi l
ed by many of those present who be acted upon shortly.
presented their respective viewsr $
on the organization of a generally The annual picnic given by the
body in the Mliami district which branch of the International Work-
would bring about at closer coop- ers Order will be held at Sunny
certion between M~iami Jews. Isles Casino Sunday, July 3rd, be-
An outline of the plan was pre- ginning at 9 a. m. Lunches will
sented by MIr. Maxu~ Orovitz presi- be! served at 12 noon and at 6
dent of the Y-oung M~en's Club and p. m.1 V'arious games and other
by Stanley C. Mygers president of amusements will be provided for
the B'nai Brith Lodge. It is the those attending. a.
purk' s~-ocn a1 ieitiesoc due tiona A meeting of the cultural group
work, civie work and athletic work o f Mliami Hadassah was held at
all housed in a central headquar- the home of M1rs. Mloses Krieger
ters and working under one or- Shelburne apartments, MNiami
ganizatio~n. These activities will Beach. M\rs. Mlilton Weiner pre-
be directed. it is expected, by sented the famous essay of Achad
separate committees each of which Ifaam on "Imitation and Aissimi.
would be responsible for its ownI lation," following which there
particular work. Following a were, several piano selections by
long discussion in which Stanley Aliss M 3ildred Greenberg. Mlr.
C. Myers, Mrax Orovitz, Jac~k Bern- Fra2l Per~lman then reveiwved '
stein, I. Levin, Rabbi A. S. Kilein- Ludwig Lewfisohn's "'Island With. I
fe~ld, Leo Ackerman, H~arry\ Simon- jin" and this was followed by a :
.hotY, Nat Williams, Aaron Kian- general discussion in which man- I
nenr\ Mari Bronner and Herbert of those present took part. Re- I
E. Scher took part, a resolution Ifreshments were served at the r
was offered which was adopted ,:.,se of the meeting.'
directing the heads of the two, e
spilsorting o gniaion 1 to fr'- final pads sfo. u ie firstopienic 1
ac~h organization and tive repre- Miamii Jewish Orthodox Congre- t


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IShemer. Their applications were 1The Radio ~y agog leadership of M1iss tIe! ~iLe e
duly recorded and acted upon. its president, at thae Pe
The first regular election of of- Leon hotel. Chairmasjip oft
ficers was held and the following Rabbi S. M. Mastei, founder various committees we BPa
were chosen to lead the H. A. C. a nd director of the Radio Syna- follows: MHembership, i8ead oa
for the ensuing year: Mr. M. glog, will preach overWID t enblank; publicity, nri oh
Grossman, president; Dr. I. Sch- 10:45 a. m. on Sund~y on "Since ways and means, Jem ia Rothot
wartz, vice president; r.I. 1'774." In addition to the ser- program, Hannah Mack; hoptl
Hirsch, treasurer; Mr. G. M. Davis mon there will be hyans, prayers, ity, nSara Kohn; dnais B8
secretary, Mr. Alvin E. Gross- solos, scripture reading and aSoi.mais
man, athletic advisor, and Mr. Al- question box. The alnior Radio Four ebrhp ats e
hertP.Reisman, sargeant-of- Synagog will presentthe follow- being 1 membefrsthip pamr ies
arms. With men at the helm, such ing: Leonard Tobin n the ser- son dannewil fo te summoerdil
as the calibre, the above mention- mlonette on "Fire-Craters," Mar- anl wisse be amouce in ahse
ed men possess, there seems to be vin Rubin in the pray~, and Luis parties will be a arlmming t
a banner year in store for the H. Spector in the Biblg lesson on to be held the a4Pr iJl
A. C. "True Repentance." Earl Barr et eh o arl part8 ofte J
Intensive plans were discussed Hanson will accompany the choir.athe omnPl. trte
meeting adjourned a mock cke
regarding the coming -city wide cutin ferel Jmiony as helin whoe
doube by hanid u. A fr e Hes n ere enjoyed following which a o fEey aio oe h
brew Championship of Miami and watermelon party wasanjoyed in marriage was an event of last
icnt Thr 11lbetre i the late afternoon. Th was one I inwr edSunday. Telegrans of congratual
v-isions, a novice, one up to 23o eiso cnimo ate
years old and the final division recently enjoyed by th members ----2
forfm 23 years old and over. Prizes of the class. EMPLOY


fo tet eli :ed adnd run esr us

etsi gd this tournament will be tpub.
I ~h dm in ese co umns at an
earl\ y ate. Tis tournament is
open to any one of non-members.Gos 1
Athletic Advisor, Mr. A.Grs-
man has full plans for progress
ofplay.
The standing of the Miami
Beach volley ball league finds the
H. A. C. perched in second place
after their first matches, of which
:hey wvon one and lost one. These
games are played regularly at
Flam~ingo Park every Tuesday and i
Friday evenings. Spectators are


The marriage of Ms Evelyn
Jamiso ath daughs':: c Mr a

to M~r. Jack Solen the at of Mrs.
J. Solen of this' city wL solemn-
ized last Sunday nigl at the
hme of AI am an acMr M.alD

Pq. S. K~leinfeld of Be David
Congregation in the prence of
Ithe immediate friends ofte fam-
ily- of both bride and groin. Fol-
lowing the ceremony th guests
went to the Ocean V'iew It where
dinner was enjoyed. M~usiat the
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allow-ed without any charge to played by- a string enseale in
vatch the play. which Dr. 31. D. Kirsch anRalph
The result of the H. A.~ C. vs. K~irCCh w-ere members. mong
Yannigans as e av otheh Bea Ihea tuents-attendn bR h

,rew\ boys by the score of 3-0. and Mlrs. I. Eisenstein, t par-
The notable efforts of M~ac W-in- ents of the bride Mfr. at Mrs.
!r was a treat to all present. The Charles Jamison, the pomn's
secondd game of this five game mother. M~rs. J. Solen, 5 and
series will be played at the beach MJrs. M~anuel Rippa. Dr. apalrs.
Sunday, at the same field at 1:30 M.D. Kirsch, Ralph Kirse Ab-
. m. Aill players are urged to ner Solen, Mliss Beatrice olen,
e present. M~r. and MIrs. Irving Fine cHol-
yoke, M~as-s.. M\r. Harry Fiman,
MIr. and MIrs. Julius Simpson nirs. Rose Perlstein, Mrs. MF'ex-
,ntertained a number of friends ler and daughter and other The
~t dinner last MIonday- night in couple left for a honeyvmos trip
ionor of Rabbi Dr. and Mfrs. Jacob to Cuba. following which thb will
H. Kiaplan. Among those attend- make their home in MIiamihere
ng wre r. nd Ms. aco H.the groom is engaged in tigro-
Kaplan, 3Ir. and Mirs. Frank Perl- cr uies
man, and M~rs. I. L. Seligman. *
r + Last Mfonday night the nior
Mfrs. W\all. .11rs. Berman and Hadassah held its first nting
Mfrs. Tobias Simon entertained thle!b the present term unds the
members of the recent confirma- -
ion class of Temple Israel at 1
uiiich last Tuesday. giv-en at Seid!- !X I'~ PAY FOR
n's Mliami Beach. Rabbi Dr. andl ~ 10I CLASS PRINlrG
Mfrs. Jacob H. K~aplan w-ere the-
pecial guests. 1 YNTGTI
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sentatives at large to form a cont- jFation provide foir the assembling
mittee to discuss the plans and o f all members and guests at the
bring in a re~commendation to be Synagogo from where they will pro-
acted on by- the entire body;. The ceed to the Hollywood Beach ca.
commrittre was directed to report sino at Hollywood. Dinner will
to the nu mbership interested at he se~rved for the nominal sum of
a meeting which w~ill be held in fifty- cents for adults and twenty.
the Library building on July 21st. tiv cen ,,ts for children. Swimming
The committee will be announced wlll b~e enjoyed in the pools and
within the next ten days and will the Oc~ean and all kinds of games
hold its meetings; at a place to be w;fill be play-ed. The proceeds wfill
atnnounced in these columns sho~rt- be used for the Talmud Torah
ly-. Follow-ing the adoption of the fund of. the organization. In
re~solution sandic~i~hes and dirinkrs charge are M~rs. Nathan Adelman
were enjoyed by~ all pres-ent at' chairman, Mfrs. J. L. Shochet and
the guersts of thetwo s~ ponsoring i 1rs. Sam Tannenbaum. Those dt-
ergpanizations. i iring transportation~ are urged to
O. communicate wiTh the chairman.


Mlr. and M1rs. Sam Mieyerson ac-: *
~ompannied by their daughter MVrs*l Miss Esther \'ita S-hoc~het en-
Selma Schwartz and baby Jack tertained a number of her juv-enili
w-ill leave Sunday for a motor trip friends at a birthday party last
North to New Yorkr and New .Mfonday~ afternoon in celebration
Jers-ey visiting their relatives and of her tenlth birthday. Games -ere
tred.Th~ey expectr to return enjoyed during the afternoon and
to Mliami in about six w-eeks. t:Ihen ice cream. cakre and punch

Dave Alper and, D~ave Borisl servd
proparietors of thle Rosedale Sand- Among those helping entertain
~-~?~ ol ~ eTh hst tu rhttM !. hD itd M 1 aferDay-ton
~1normndy? Beach. A Wiener roast a reception inl the Ev-erg~lades Ho-
an wati~~ern elon party were enjoy- tel w~ere Irs. Herbert U. Feibel- i
<3i by the guests ftrer swrimmingi,,: man.~ rS. at Roth, M1rs. B~e/
ihad bee~in participated in by all. Axelrodt. and M~rs. Claire C-ohen
Daver Alpzr known to his friends W~eintraub. MUrs. Sholtz accom-
as "B~ig Dtave" wass the loser in panied her husband wfho -a~s the
Oner off. ffhe"comests and as a pen- s uccesEsful Democratic nominee for j
ahy ubmtte to waermlonGov-ernor on his last scpeaking
rub. Among those attending w~ee tfour Of the State.
Dave Boris. Davet Alper. Harry ,
Kiamin. Harorld Pont, Irving Gor- j
don. Bobby Robinson. M~ary Levin- eI ila l en
hal Edh Sl emanB~e Hari-home in honor fo Miss Lee K~asan-
off, wFho will leave soon for Ner i
Y~ork. Covers were laid for six.
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The Way of I.ife

LET'S DEFLATE HOKUM
In 1865 it was proposed to John
Stuart Mill that he should run
for Parliament.
He answered that he was will.
ing to do so, provided the voters
understoodd he would not make
any election speeches or put up
one cent, and that, if elected, he
would support such national issues
as appealed to his best judgment
and do nothing for the local inter-
ests of his district.
He says in his autobiography
that a well known literary man
was heard to say that the Al-
mighty Himself would have no
chance of being elected on such
a program "
Nevertheless, Mill's candidacy
made remarkable progress, and
just before the election he agreed
to appear at a few meetings in
order to answer questions.
In one of his earlier books he
had made the' remark that the
"working classes, though differ-
ing from those of some other
countries, in being ashamed of
lying, are yet generally liars."
Some opponent put this on a
placard and at a meeting of work-
ing men Mill was asked whether
he had written and published it.
He proptly answered: "I did."
What followed is so remarkable
that I quote it verbatim:
"Scarcely were these two words
out of his mouth when vehement
applause sounded through the
whole meeting. It was evident
that the working people were so
accustomed to expect equivocation
and evasion from those who sought
their suffrages, that when they
found, instead of that, a direct
avowal of what, was likely to be
disagreeable to them, instead of
being affronted they concluded at
once that this was a person whom
they could trust .. .
"The first working man who
spoke after the incident said that
the working classes had no de- '
sire not to be told of their faults;
they wanted friends, not flatterers
...And to this the meeting .
heartily responded." I


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matter with the car and there is
a woman sitting in it she knows
that she could get down and fix
it with a hairpin in two minutes
if they'd let her.

Prune: "What's the ditference
between you and a man without
teeth ?"
Mug: "I11 bite."

While daughter is twiddling
with the radio Ma is washing the
dishes.
t !
Let the average young man get
the idea that mother didn't raise
her boy to soldier on the job.
1 1
No use in talking--the average
woman when she gets to Heaven
--will want to wear her halo very
far back on her head sport style.
t r
One man who is very fond of
home-made preserves says his
wife, although he has thrown out
the hint several times, will never
preserve anything but her digni-
ty.
r t
A New York man subdued a
bandit by pointing a corncob pipe
at him. "Don't smoke!" cried the
cowed bandit, after one whiff,
"iI'll surrender "

FOR REN'f~-Farm Hand, mar-
ried and experienced. Phone Ru-
ral 9-R.-From a classified ad.
r r
While the ardent suitor says it
with flowers the average wife in-
sists on saying it with her mouth
full of hai pins.

"He doesn't wear his heart on
his sleeve."
"Maybe not but he usually
goes around with face powder
there."
ii i
"Our ancestors walked to
church in danger of being hit by
Indian arrows."
"Yeh--and today when we are


Volume 6.--Number 27
SFriday, July 1, 1932


y, July 1, 1932


PC ~ hl~,


ef


Liberated

(Continued from last week)

anif I was taigtoarned e"= i
she might call. In truth, my old
dislike for her kept me postponing
the appointment. Yet, within the
next few months, we met on sev-
eral occasions.
Rita seemed much quieter now
and much less ~affected. Her
clothes, too, seemed to have toned
down considerably. At each meet-
ing, she never failed to remind
me about my promised invitation.
At last, one evening, at a concert,
I asked her to come to the house
the following Wednesday.
"Come to dinner," I said. "We
always eat about seven.,,
Her face lit up, "Thanks, I'l
be there.,,
That Wednesday, things began
to go wrong from early morning.
The baby woke up with a cold and
the usual routine of care had to
be revised. At one o'clock, my
visiting maid developed a temper-
ature and I had to send her away
and finish a dinner for six myself.
I had invited three other guests
besides Rita. The baby eried in-
cessantly, and by the time my
husband came home, I was abso-
lutely on the verge of collapse.
With the baby in his care, how-
ever, I managed to adjust matters
and, when my guests began to ar-
rive, I was ready to meet them.
Every one came on time except
Rita. We waited long for her

Ihedi ner ~Ele de tly, I thuh,
she had the dates mixed up. We
were nearly through with the
dishes when the door bell rang and
in came Rita, flushed and excited
She offered some lame excuses for
peing so late and announced that
she was simply famished as she
hadn't eaten anything since lunch.

lyenxhhansds dnrom ths m sul
strenuous day, I would have re-
sented such complete lack of man-
ners and good form on the part of
this bizarre creature; but my re-
sentment would not have reached
such proportions. As I was get-
ting together some food for this
erstwhile prima donna, I vowed
that never again would I as P~;~
affected, pretentious being to my
house.
"Please," I whispered to my
husbat las hle came into the kitch-
n, "tl eaa By to ma e
an early break, and take the oth-
ers with them. I really don't think
Scan last much longer.
A few minutes later I brought :
Rita's food into the dining oom.
She ate with appetite and seemed
utterlry uncotnheiou astthbr ubat

At last, the belated meal was over h
rnd I removed and washed up the It
lishes. By that time, I was real- t
y on the verge of a physical col-e
apse. If they would only go, I t
thought; if I could only get to
>ed! When I came into the liv-
ng room, where my guests were It
>y now assembled, Rits came over
o me, and smiling shyly, whisp- t
red mnto my ear, "I: should very
nuch like to read some of my poe- ;
ry to you. s
"Your poetry?" I must haves


wounded utterly bewildered, for B
:ita's face fell and she looked a g
Little frightened. Murmuring some tl
excuse, I crossed the room to
here my husband was sitting.
"This is the last straw," I
toaned. I can't-I can't listen to ir

(Continued on page 4) w


ill attain most closely the stan- or
ard of freedom visioned by our to
rophets and great Sages. And se
re celebration of every Passover th
lould be utilized to deepen this
sson in the souls of men.


cH

I think that I shall never see
;A thing more ugly than a tre-
A tree whose scraggly roots are
pressed
Against the sidewalk's crackling
breast;
A tree that may still have for soil
tpand and ashes steeped in oil-
A tree that may at all times wear
A line of clothes among her hair;
That lifts her dried-up -limbs to
pray
Her thanks for gas fumes all the
day,
Upon whose ~bosom there has lain
Far-flung garbage thrown in vain;
A tree that stands abashed all
day
At what the telephone wires say,
That intimately lives with rain.
Drawn by housemaids from the
mamn-
Poems are made by fools like me.
The other foo s plan ta city tree.

I dreamed last night*
IIcol kno

A pleasant dream
Of friend of long ago.
A rippling river's
Ebb and flow.
A garden fair
With blossoms all aglow.
But what he said '
And what we did
I cannot tell-
I only know
I dreamed last night.
I I
Oh, there's life in the blossom at
this time we meet
And your heart seems to echo the
words, Ain't life sweet?"
Through miles of green meadows
the daisies they smile
And will gather them up with a
song all the while.
The path to the creek bank looks
awful invitin"*
So grab your fishpole for the big
perch are bitin'.
Oh, there's life in the blossoms
with fragrance unfurled.
Joy in the heart--and it's such a
good world.


seascalPTION


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'hen Will the Jew Be


print from Jewish Forum of
April, 1932.)

raJew of America to feel
rit of absolute freedom, what
uired ?
itical freedom would be at-
if the Jew would feel that,
SAmerican, he is entitled to
tuey equal treatment with
non-Jewish fellow-American,
oudact' accordingly. He
exert every effort to Isee
the laws of state protect him,


ret discrimination because of
i or religious differences. He
not, for instance, in civil
:~e .aminations, permit disr
Stages to him because his re-
Is convictions prevent him
taking examinations on holi-
He must see to it that the
school system eliminate cele-
nsand other practices at
cewith the non-sectarian
tr of education, which is
dto prevail in public in-
as. He must make the
-osrving Jew immune
retfor doing business on
s.Perhaps such political
would be attained if the
mefwould be American
wihenough to assert his
freedom from official dis-
ton in such matters.
mie freedom would be at-
it were possible to elim-
sc r sio lin the bsi-
merit and ability for
religious preferences.
however, involves a com-
rhauling of the education-
esrequiring a broader
on the part of all edu-
ublic and denominational.
es the almost impossible


I II walking to church we are in dan-
Calvin Coolidge,. known as the ger of being hit by autos--what's
spin made inarticulate, is the the difference?"
only man whose silence was heard r t t
around the world. IMy footprints on the sands of
i i Itime
In the days of '96 when Bryan's Don't worry me.
earth-rockring speeches failed to It's my thumbprints at police sta-
ele'ct him, Coolidge discovered talk tions
was silver. And promptly went I fear to see.
on the gold standard.
I !It is indeed misfortune to miss
he mhas jst occurred to ulnhow fortune through being rejected by
re took his hat and threw it intoanhies
;he ring. In '28, he didn't choose
;o run. And today, the only ex- A woman will worry half her
!rcise he gets is in using the dial life over trifles--and then end up
elepone.by marrying one.
rrr !
Congress went to the mat with It is better to be a young girl
he bears in its most recent in- with old ways than an old girl
estigation; it couldn't throw any- with young ways.
hing but the bull. I
1 I Girls like men who make ring-
Hollywood is said to have its ling speeches--that is, speeches ac-
hare of ex-wives, exfianecees, ex- companied by a ring.
tars, ex-directors, and exceterr.l 1 I i
lut the passing of those torch The devil laughs heartily when
~als of yesteryear `comes under he catches a lazy man--it was
he head of ex-its. such a little effort.
!I 1 |y
If they want to put the unem. An ont-of-town girl sent a
loyed to work on a real public young man in the city a look of
improvement, why don't they try hair last week and after he 'had
widening the path to Heaven7 kissed it very tenderly empty-
leven times, she wrote that it
It has been said, and not with,( wasn't her hair, but a lock of
ut reason, that the quickest way poor Fido's who had died.
make a~ corporation president I I I
re red nowadays is to show him We envy Adam
re company's books. For~ his ~t
I i I Because yen see
Every time something gets the He paid no tax.


It has long been my conviction
that politics has not kept up with
popular intelligence, that the peo-
ple are sick of hokum and the
politicians have not found it out.
I believe we are at a point in
this country when men can be
elected to office, as Mill was elee-
ted in London, by courageously
telling the truth.
I admit I have not much evi-
dence to support this conviction.
But I certainly should like to see
it tried out*


of mind affected by the character
of one's heart. In short, it is the
psychologic factor in human rela-
tionship, which shows the vary-
ing characteristics of different na-


tionalities. One sees the distanc-
tion when comparing the ideas of
the Romans as expressed by their
poet. Virgil, who begins his epic,
the Aeneid, with, "Arma virum-
que cano," "Of arms and the man 1
I sing" a story of life earthly, of
universal empire, largely devoid
of the spiritual; with those of Is-
rael, as expressed in Psalm 101,
"Hesed Ymisphat ashira," "LOf


-eradicating from the
mind the culpability of
nerally for the death of
ndof substituting for it
conception of the
ood of man under the
dof One God for all
.To attain this end, Jews
ematically engage in pro-
and educational work,
ottheir periodicals that
with greater enthu-
dvision than hitherto.
attainment of this goal
,we must not be too im-
till the days of the Mes-


loving-kindness and justice I shall
sing," ideals centered in the God
of the universe.
When, by a systematic process
lof education and self-respecting
conduct, ever large circles of non-
Jews will be reached with the in-
enlestion of those qualities that
can make for the ideal treatment
of fellowmen, such as stress the


brotherhood of man in a spirit of sh;
nobility and nearness to God, man let


w
dr
P
th


perhaps, applies, too, to
tr~eedom. Snobbery, conde-
is, overbearing haughtiness,
as the spirit of equarlity,
pherhood. This is a state


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Ya~ ~'6U~ IILIEI J~EI~~UljL ~rv~,,~~~Y1


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Corner of my lar ge, comfort ab le
'sofa, prepared myself for an agon-
izing fifteen minutes. Rita was
sitting on a small chair near the
piano. She opened a good sized,
black manuscript book and began
to read. Her voice was low and
pleasant. I looked at the mantle
piece clock; it was exactly ten-
thirty. By eleven, I was hoping
to be in bed. Oh, what joy-. .




NOffls McElya


Expresses his sincere ap-
preciation and thanks to
the many friends who
worked and voted for
him last Tuesday; and
bespeaks their coopera-
tion for his successful
opponent


IltR


I AN APPRECIATION
SIt is my sincere wish to be able to personally thank
Smy many friends and supporters for their wonderful
help in the two elections just passed. However, until
That is possible please accept this expression of my
sincere appreciation and thanks.

j Sincerely,
I~ *. 150Ry We8toII.


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part of :the afteroon the weath.
er beinet rather tno eitasn ac

home of Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Grnm.
er on Washington Road. Variola
games were played on the laaw
followed by a biasket lunch of de.
licious foods.

Mr. Sam A. Goldstein of 30th
St., president of Congregation
Beth Israel, after spending two
weeks in Atlanta and various oth.
er points, combining business and
pleasure, returned home last Sun.
day.


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secretary of the local But that early departure never
nLodge for nme e a iasvr firs poem lasted

Beth David on the Vienna cafe in a deserted hour.
mi Jewish Cemetery JIts rythm was lyric, and its pathos
He leaves a host of /and tenderness went straight to
He will be accom- one's heart. The second had local
.s trip North by auto Icolor. It was New York crowded,
, Mrs. Rose Perlstein, Igay and heartless. By the time
Sylvia Perlstein and Rita had reached her third poem,
'uetz. my tired feeling had completely
disappeared. I was widely awake
and even more widely incredulous.
berated -
(Continued next week)
ued from page 3) 4 4 4 & & && & &Ada 4
low.,, c WEST PALMI BEACH
!try?" he asked per- ii dr i i
Regular Friday night services of
.y, I explained. For- the Beth Israel Temple are held
grasped the facts at every Friday night at the Tem-
tell you what you'll ple on Broward Avenue with Dr.
pered. "Sit down on Carl N. Herman officiating. The
listen to one or two usual sermon follows the services
.After all, since she b teRbi
;ts, there should be ,


cb cb dnie Engler.


having been
It'na aBritha

delegate of
Greater Miat
Association.
friends here.
panied on hi
by his sister
his niece,
Mr. Henry P


Lil

(Contin~
her poetry n
"What poe
plexed*
Incoherentl
tunately, he
once. "'l
do," he whis
the sofa and
of her poems~
is our guess
some degree
you might clo
tell them tha
that you fell
then quietly a
I went bac
her we should
her poetry a


8OIE 0 IEY,,s.. 'Kmir tein and daugh-
cb &~t ct cb cb cb c& h c t b ter Gloria of Washington, D. C.,
Celebrating the Bar Mitzva ofar'e visiting her parents, Mr. and
their son Charles Emanuel, Mr. Mrsr. Samuel Merson of this city
and Mrs. Louis Safer entertained and will remain here for the bal-
a number of friends at their home ance of the summer*
last Sunday evening. *


Mr. and Mrs. Weitz, Miss Au-
gust Levy and Miss Jeanne Arno-
witch all of New York city are vis-
iting Mr. and Mrs. Michael Arnold
of Coral Gables and will remain
about three weeks.

As we are going to press the
A. Z. A. jr. B'nai Brith are hold-
ing their semi-annual election of
s fireiff at Kaplan hall. At the


In the dining room was a beau-
tiful sweet-table. The house was
decorated with fresh cut flowers.
At a late hour a buffet supper
was served.
Cards and Miji Golf were en-
joyed by those present.
The guests were: Mr. and Mrs.
S. Abenson, Mr. and Mrs. J. Co-
hen, Mr. and Mrs. M. Berman,
Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Deutsch, Mr*


Si (
Word has been received by Mrs.
M. Schrebnick from Miss Muriel
Rosenwald from Berlin that she
is having a very pleasant time,
Miss Rosenwald left here June 1st
expecting to be gone about three
months. While away she wpill
visit numerous places including
Germany, Italy, France, Carlabod,
and other places of interest.

Miss Mildred Klein of Mniami
after spending a most enjoyable
vacation of two weeks with her
sister, Mrs. Sam Goldstein of 30h
St., returned home last Friday.


of politeness. Later
,se your eyes, and I'll
rt you were so tired
l asleep. We might
adjourn to my study."
ck to Rita and told
d be glad to listen to
,nd, curling up in a


and Mrs. W. Friedman, Mr. and same time plans for the activities
Mrs: I. Kwart, Mr. and Mrs. N. of the ensuing term will be form-
Levitt, Mr. and Mrs. C. Marko- ed.
vitz, Mr. and Mrs. H. Oliphant, *
Mr. and Mrs. J. Schiff, Mr. and The first bridge party sponsored
Mrs. I. Silver, Mr. and Mrs. H' by the Young Israel group was
Simons, Mesdames L. Levitt, E. held last Sunday evening at the
Farkas, M. Seligman, I. Cohen, home of Fred K. Shochet and sev-
Misses Rae Cohen, Rosalind Fried- en tables of bridge were in play. I
man, Jean Mohilner, Anne Weiss, High score prizes were won by
Ida Safer, Messrs. L. Beugleisen, Mrs. M. Bernstein, and Mrs. J. L.
iU ~ed nm, M c I~lst i tne Shochet. Following the cards,
Klfeldmn dl Rabbi S. M.ier Mach' dancing was enjoyed by all pres-
Kein el, and Rb S Mc- ent. Delicious refreshments were
tei. served during the evening. In
char ge of arrangements were
The Books in Brief club held its Rosalyn Daum, Elsie Reisman,
last meeting of the summer season Miriam Greenwald, Morris Wroo-
last week at the home of Mrs. ble and Al Bernstein.
Louis Heiman. "Eugene Grandet"j *
by Balzac was reviewed by Mrs. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan of the
Dave Solomon following which a Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
general discussion was engaged in gation left for a vacation of about
by the members present. A socialeihweklsModymrng
hour followed at which water- by auto. He will stop at New
melon was served. Meetings of the York city for a short time and
club will be resumed in Septem- will then proceed to Montdeal,
ber. Can., where his parents reside.
will then proceed to, Montreal
The public speaking class con- the major protion of his vacation.
ducted by Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan! *
of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Stanley C. Myers prominent at-
Congregation will resume its ses- torney, left for a business trip to i
sion in early September. The last New York city last Tuesday and
meeting was held last week and will remain .there, for about two
then adjourned for the summer. weeks. Mrs. Myers accompanied
him.
Beth David Sisterhood enter-i k -* *
tained last Wednesday night at Harry Freeman sexton of
its Talmud Torah auditorium with Bt ai ogeainfrte
a bridge supper at which more past four years will leave for Chi-
than seventy-five people were cago, Ill. next week to make his
guests. The arrangements were permanent home there. He ten-
in charge of Mrs. Minnie Engler dered his resignation to the board
permanent chairman who was as- of directors of Beth David last
sisted by Mesdames Isidor Cohen, week to take effect on July 1st.
David Bogen, Charles Markowitz Mr. Freeman while in Miami was
and Lewis Brown. very active in communal affairs
***


Members of the Beth Israel Sis-
terhood held a beach picnic at the
foot of Peruvian Avenue Slubday
afternoon, June 26th, with mem-
bers of the cooperation commit-
tee in charge. Towards the latter


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