The Jewish Floridian

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The Jewish Floridian
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
April 1, 1932
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;


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


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

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ew Died Monday I Thanks
W' Sincerely appreciate
Bth erly onda thesp en id letters of thanks
ath ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ a eal ona origad praise we have received
the ongand istnguihedin the past week for the ser-
I th lon anddistnguihc~ies of radio programs it has
r infratrnaland hurc been our our pleasure to pre-
s of Florida of Marcus En- sent duringS the past fifteen
He died at his home, 2542 weeks. In this, our second
:hel St., at 6 a. m., following annual series of broadcasts,
iod of ill-health that had ex- we have presented as able an
d over many months and / o~chestr~a as we have had the
confined him to his home p IIIIleasure of hearings, together
he last two weeks. II with artists of ability in pro-
Endel was born at Rich.i gIrams confined solely to Jew-
, Va., 77 years ago, came to ish music. We are happy they
sville in 1868 where he lived have pleased you.
27 years ago when he re- To the policy of the Jewish
d to Jacksonvllle to make Z Floridian in pleasing its large
eity his home. Throughout number of readers throughout
ng lfe n tis tat hehad Cantor Boris Schlachman the entire State of Florida,
active in Masonic and other we attribute its steadily in-
nal circles and also in hisf Dairy Show Wa creasing circulation and popu
i, OWS Ry luity. Today we are sincere-
owing his initiation into the TO Real Self-Helpl o'thl Jrudow hac thliatt no
lic fraternity at Gainesville pu ica ion

arh8, 1876, Mr. Endel'sl u ray olt l
Floid a deythe ewi h
in the councils of that organi- When the Miami Home Milk Foiin t are oe
onwas rapid. Within a short Producers Association was con-
local Jewish news than any
he was elevated to the post fronted with the requirement by otepulcinadhi-
osipful su~ster on December the local Rabbis that a "Mashg- ttsntt aeiseioil
1877, One year later he be- lach" be employed to be at their tn nayan vr a-
:high priest of the Gaines- plant during the entire Passover] ter affecting the vital inter-
chapter, No. 2, Royal Arch week in connection with the pre- et fFoiaJwy at-
anand served durring 1888- paration of Kosher Passover Dairy cularly the Greater Miami
as guard high priest of the products, they met the situation In district.
chof the fraternity. He had la very novel and helpful way. In-
:dcontinuously since 1898 as quiries of the Rabbis resulted in Pbiain hthv o
secretary of the Grand the management being advised purpose, be they weekly, daily
trR. A. M., and in 1893 that the Jewish Welfare Bureau! or magazine tvacedlatmng at all
aselevated to the position of was taking excellent care of many] eies,p cnncosuanporto no re-
dmaster of Florida Masons. needy Jewish families during the W ~ie plchlne any Jewish
presided at the session in present crisis. A request was publchation e ano mterwihee
when the grand lodge adopted Ithen made that the Jewish We~l- i a e osbi t e-
uform system of esoteric fare Bureau recommend a head of ordst mandb po stal reipts to -
,the entered apprentice and~ a family for this position so as etfe coutns n e
raft degrees being presenlt- to provide wor~k and self-help forI salgal otesmfr
ndr his exemplification as !a needy family. acmaio st icl-
hiflmaster, and acting as The Jewish Welfare Bureau 1 tion
Irdeacon in the master Mas- through Mrs. Sadye G. Rose dt tl An audit will demonstrate
degree, Past Masrter 4'nos executive secretary recommend Id beyond any shadow of doubt
raepresiding. aR worthy man for the position a that the Jewish Floridian has
1929 he attended his fiftr- a afterr consultation w thstheh manbi at least double the circulation
consecutive session of the las to his qualificain h n of any other Jewish publica-
dLodge, and on the same was accepted and will thus be af- tion reaching the people of
the fifty-first consecutive forded a substantial sum to ,id Flordl ay h ot fsc~o~d. Of course, we shall
ngof the Grand Chapter, his family and himself.gldypytecssosuh
1Arch Masons. He became Individual wrappers bearing the an investigation.
ry-second degree Mason in signatures of Rabbis Machibi Thanks, once again,
loville in 1912, receiving th*? Axelrod and Caplan will be placed
*from Florida Consistory No~I in the care of the Mashgiach dur-
ing the Passover week and will Artist to Be
. Endel also was a member of be affixed to the individual pack- .
~onvillo No. 15, Order of the~ agr trc ersan ontainservs under ths Heard in Concert
rn Star strict persontalsuervsion of th
was the oldest past grand M~ashgiach. The Mashgiach will ----
Priest and past grand master reside at the dairy during the en- Martin Chochom, well known
lint ofsriei h tat 'tr time at special quarters fur- tenor, will be heard in a reper-
did of sevce in thes State nirhed him for the purpose. itorie of both Yiddish and other
n orkto confine his com- Mnis nuiis ben re- songs at the London Arms Hotel,
rtork tobe Masdonry bu th wa Manedy inquiries aente egard -next Saturday night, April 9th,
er mme n n of the ceomJeihive b the manager airy products beginning at 8 o'clock. With him
le atio int Reekform ll~ewsh( iang the s. ogg jr., general during the evening will appear
tt himn sonv te. A er )anagro h im Home Milk several other musicians of note
Jewish Committee, was all Producers Associati ot ithes ailln andpinist a elkonvoii
figure in the War Relief to call and inspect 11 as the dairF Chochom has hdalogad
'igns for the Relief of the bottling plant as wella th deir erience ons h e Swedish a
1War Sufferers in Europe lat their convenience. vrte agerene beng ah graduate
an acibtive cmembter othe of the Conservatory of Milan and
striutin comitee. e M Wiliam Coperjr. inhaving received much praise both
n ativ wokerformany hrs. of arrangements* for the splendid singing, as well
in the B'nai B'rith and at- chreoUerr ee sthe dramatic interpretation of
many of its conventions. The honorary pa hich he has ren-
is survived by his widow, Stafford Caldwell, John L. Hall operatic aiassummer he mad e a
lillie T. Endel* one son, E. E. Haskell, Alexander RaJ W dere LSo uthern saes ande
B jr., both of this eity; two P. Webster, J. Lloyd Head,d Asa tour ofth nyoatiorn a
) Mrs. L. J. Burkheim of Farrar and Walter Scott,dan No. received mn vtos
ville and Miss Estelle En- i~cers of S. S. Dayss Lode, No
Jacksonville, and one broth- 15, Knights of Pythias. Theo a- ncGadLdeo lrd
*6 Endel of New York city. tive pallbearers were Albertorton which Mr.nd Ldelo hard benfor
ral services were held at mer, Max N. Oberdorfer, hotl .hc may ers and ousandieng and
ELWednesday aftelnoon, at. R. Hirschberg, (lerbert Iaeja ditinuse member yepa usand thou-
erachel Street horie, writh M. J. Wineman, Isirae Peiser, rdre. dsaindus of Jewse and no-Jwsof
Israel L. Kaplan oifieat- Myerheim and Albert Ober arer at lrida, includingany promn i-
Iterment was in the family Services at the granth raso- nentorid icials. g maypo
the Jewish Cemeteryr, with tended by members of h lo etofcas


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SMusical Concert


What promises to be one of the
most outstanding presentations of
Yiddish liturgical and secular mu-
sic that has been attempted in
!recent years will be given next
Sunday evening, April 3, begin-
ng at 8 p. m., when Cantor
Joseph Friedman of Detroit, and
... Boris Schlachman of Miami Beach
will be heard.
Cantor Friedman who is now on
a tour through the South will be
heard in "Zamd und Shteren",
~Y"""i~ ~Dos Yiddishe Lied, "Lchu N'ran-
nonoh" and other songs of note,
as well as in one of his own com-
positions. Cantor Friedman is a
graduate of the Eastman School
of Music in Rochester, N. Y., and
has a splendid tenor voice that has
received much commendation from

mCae Borasth i achman served
as Cantor of Beth David Synage-
gue, of Philadelphiaan otr
Canto Josph Fredma Northern Jewish communities and
for the past year and a half of
Congregation Beth Jacob, Miamij
Beach. He has a rich baritone
Announcements voice and is exceedingly popular
with local audiences. He will be
heard inl a number of liturgical
CONGREGATION BETH JACOII compositions as well as in Yiddish,
(Orthodox) Ifolk songs.
311 Washington Avenue Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld formerly
Miami Beach of West Palm Beach will accom-
L. AXELROD, HRabbi pany both cantors at the piano.
Friday evening early services Rabbi Kleinfeld is a graduate of
begin at 6 p. m. with the late a number of musical conserva-
services at 8 p. m. when Ra'ohi tries both in this country and
Lazarus Axelrod will preach in abroad and has written a large
English. The chanting and con- number of musical compositions
gr~egational singing will be in both for the Synagogue and stage~.
charge of Cantor Boris Schlach~- He will present a number of piano
man. =solos during the evening.
Satudaymornng he Rbbi A large audience is expected
will preach in Yiddish, and the ~andman offtici als of te Greater
services will be iconducted by Can- MitsDtreharm che
torSchachanbe held at the Beth Jacob Synaji-
-~ gue, 327 Washington Ave., Miami
139 N. W. Third Avenue R b iL a e


The usual early services will be I'WV CI~
held at 6:30 with the late services Beth David
at 8:15 when Rabbi Alexander S.
Kleinfeld of West (Palm Beac -----
will preach the sermon and con- Rabbi Samuel M. Machtei
duct the services. Cantor Louis preached 'his farewell sermon as
Hayman will be in charge of the Rtabbi of Beth David Congrega-
chanting and lead in the congret- tion to a large audience last Fri-
gational singing. The public is jday night at the Synagogue. Rab-
invited to attend. bi Machtei came to Miami about
a year and a half ago and acted
as Rabbi of Beth David and in,
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX charge of its Talmud Torah ~il~
CONGREGATION last week when he severed al rela-
(Orthodox) tions with Beth David.
1545 8. WY. Third Street Rabbi Machtei will continue his
JONAH E. CAPLAN, Rabbi religious work with the Radio
Synagogue which he founded and
The usual Friday evening ser- is sponsoring every Sunday over
vices will begin at 6:30 with the Station WIOD, and will remain
Late services following at 8:30 p. in Miami.
im., when Rabbi Jonah E.' Cap-
lan will preach on "A Holy God JEWISH POLITICAL CLUB
and a Holy People". The usual BEING FORMED
congregational singing and chant-
ing wil be conducted. As we are going to press a can--
vass of Jewish residents of Dade
County is being made for the pur-
TEMPLE ISRABL OF MIAMI .pose of bringing out the entire
(Reform) registration possible. Subsequent-
187 N. E. Nineteenth Street ly each of the Jewish voters will.
DR. JACOB H. K~IAPLAN, Rabbi be invited to join a Jewish _politi~-
eale club. The aim of the club
Regular serrvices at emple Is- aec~cring- to its piropbnents is the
rael will be held Friday evening enlistment of the Jewish voters
at 8:15. Dr. Kaplan wKil talk on ~in the civie affairs of the commun-
the subject "New Models in Reli- ity. It is intended that none seek-
gion and Automobiles poth Nepes- ling political office be permitted to
sary". The public is cordially in- act as an oiffler or director of th.i~
vited. organization.

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Friday, April 1, 1932


A Purim Dance was held Tues.
day night at the Elks Club spon-
sored by the Beth El Sisterhood,
wth a large crowd attending,
Congregation Beth El held
semi-monthly meeting at the Co a
munity House. Important matt m-
were decided
Beth Israel Congregation will
hold regular Friday night services
at the Temple on Broward Ave.
with Dr. C. N. Herman officiating.
The services will be followed by3
a sermon.
** *
A large gathering was held at
the Community House Thursda
night for the purpose of meetiay
the Rabbi who represented Pales-
tine. Quite a sum of money was
collected and many pledges were
made by those present. Several
Miamians were present at thne
gathering; including the Cantor
who gave a few vocal selections.

The regular Friday night ser7-
ices of the Congregation Beth El
will be held at the Community
House on Seventh Street at 8 p.
m. Friday night with Mr. Saml
Schutzer officiating.

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organized here this winter and tending. A tidy sum was realized i
aided actively in their various un- for the poor family.
dertakings. *
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An important Board meeting of sive affair is the Bar Mitzva of
Junior Hadassah will be held at Jack Mintzer the son of Mr. and I
the home of Miss Bea Silver on Mrs. I. L. Mintzer of Miami and
Monday evening, April 4, begin- Miami Beach, at the Beth Jacob
ning at 8 o'clock. All members Synagogue on Saturday, April 16;
are urged to attend. on Sunday, April 17, there will be
a reception at the Mintzer home

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Thoe tkin pat i a rogam youa to but it's the gospel
Those taki parents inr ad prgam- you sTh Jewish sophomore stu-
that ~ ~ ~ ~ det wase prsne eeIaSone poetic. There are
er, Charlottee Rappaport, Esther dnt av
Cromer and Dot Roth, absolutely genuises amongst then.
Examples of t heir ability would
Mr. and Mrs. Chas Peretzman so shock you- that I have deliber-
entertained a number of friendse ately refrained from putting any
at their home last week in celebra. samples in this column. No doubt
tionof hei twntythi d wedn ou are wondering why the sud-
tnionofteriary twnytidwdi den craze ? Here are the circum-
anivrsiary t eei gm we tances. A compulsory Engflish
pyDuring th eeinggaes wer ared Ilass called a study of twelve cen-
p delayed san d prieswee awa srde tre f Modern English poetry;
A~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~~( deiiu aldcus wss cher who reads poetry by the
ed and later all attended a th- horadsi- strle by h
atre party as the guests of thehoradsilstrled der
'celebrants. Many congratulatory own voice; a voice that drips
telegrams were received. honeyed sounds in a monotone
and last but not least, a row a
The oun Isrel lub 111Jewish students stretching from
The Youn Israerl C__lub willr? one end of the room to the other

hold an import~ant; meeting o rl
organization early next week. A l
members having tickets of the
recent theatre party given by the
organization ar~e urged to bring
them in as the accounts must up

(Harlib, Hal Lessin, Iry. Lessin,
Morty Fay, Milt Weiss, Lou Stein,
Milt Friedman, Jo Ross and Pan-
line Lasky).
Can you imagine such an aggre-
gation sitting at ease ? No, they
chafe at their~ bits. They must
find a way to give vent to their
pent up passions. Poetry in this
case answering the purpose.

wantt sa gt na th girltroublnot
express their feelings in any out-
ward way such as writing poetry,
etc. Furthermore I didn't mention
all the Jewish pupils in the class
(this is to soothe the feelings of
those I didn't mention). In the
last analysis, I want to say that
not all of those I mentioned help-
ed our cause, but the majority
did. Outside of these few excep-
tions, you can realize what lengths
this catastrophe went to. The next
session of class is being looked
forward to with great anxiety and
One of the best affairs of the
season was the brilliant open
house party of the Phi Eps Sat-
urday night. The guests were so
inspired and stunulated by the
dance and the punch that many of
them went to the Beach after,
wards to participate in the Easter
Sunrise Celebration in true Jewv-
ish fashion. I awakened ae boy in
one of the classes Monday and
learned that he was trying ,o
catch up on his lost sleep of Sat-
urday night.
In conclusion I wish to congra-
tulate myself on being born two
hours before April 1st. I even
fooled the stork.

A very entertaining and inter- beg'n g r: p t lc
osin Hui ams I s was dhel debe l thei frierwisbare i vted. No 44444444444444

ning at the home of Miss Saral AROUNDvrst THE CMPUS
Kahn. A musical program in A very enjoyable evening was AtUiestofMai
which Miss. Thelma Mannheim had by the women attending the -f I- a
sang, accompanied by Joe Ehrens, Purim Bridge party last Monday, I By Milton A. F'riedm na a
Joe Ehrens and Joe Mandelbaum March 28, sponsored by the Senior'' a hammmI, r
in a number of musical selections; Hadassah at the Acacia Club. Mrs. HloFls seeyoyhpy?
Charlotte Bernstein in piano sel- B. Kandel was chairman of th*! Just o foolk i peope whod might
sections, in addition to dancing was committee in charge of arrange-
presented during the evening. ments and she was asssted by mreso ta
Games were played. A grab bag Mesdames Dave Bogen, Phil Som- a oe srt do, r i
in which gifts were exchanged by berg and H. E. Kleiman. Prizes news ofe a moe serious natue. c
the members was one of the novel- and refreshments were given. Alys ThswetegilsGecub
ties of the evening. At a late De Mute Swords played severalpuonaccettthBimre
hour delicious refreshments were fine piano selections. Mrs. M. Hotel for people who haven't been
enjoyed. Krieger, nationally known Hadas- al ofn osi pt fpo-
shwrespkon"ebripperity being just around the cor-
At Prim ceebrtin asti"Hads ,,. ner. The kind Jewish girls who
At~~~~~~~~ a Pui eerto as nHdsa. aided in the fine work were: Pau-
week the Junior Council of Jew-lneLkyJoRsadBeSi-
ish Women presented a two act Senior Hadassah will hold a gen-In ak J o n B Sl
farce comedy in which the Misses eral meeting of its members onve.
Beatrice Shaff, Millicent Ru~bin, Monday, April 11, beginning at IfouhvntintodFi-
Sylvia Miller, Mildred Dreisen, 2:30 P. m. at the Acacia Club day night, April 1, (besides going
Ruth Schwartz, Jean Reder, Syl- when a fine program will be pre_ osho)dntms h unet
via Miles and Julia Schiro took sented. exhibition of Shakespeare's "Mid
Summer Nights Dream .
partwas reseted.It will be given by the Drama-
The funny costumes which the A fund raising affair is being tic classes in conjunction with the
players wore was made by them-i planned for the benefit of Senior girls glee club and the symphony
selves. Hadassah efforts to help the In- orhet a 'lc Bikl
Special guests of the evening, fant Welfare and J. N. F. fund, oare. netra a 8a o'clock i Brickell
were members of the Junior Had- Mrs. Barney Weinkle and Mrs.Je Park. I nearlyhad afth of laugh-
assah group. Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Alex Goldstein will be in charge. trwe ace h eera.
Kaplan, the guest speaker, deliver- *i *;i Joe Ross, Helen Lipton, Bea Shaff
ed a short talk on "Purim",. Miss Full details of the Spring linen aneprdPulione MLask hae pts Rin i
Goldye Miller chairman of the shower for Senior Hadassah ri~lltepouonMiictRbn s
entetaimen comitee ws i beannuncd inan arl isue.the prompter. '
entetaimen comitee ws I beannuncd inan arl isue. Perhaps you'll think I'm telling
,~,nn n4 rr~nrmnnl

Ulljc arg o arrangemenll~ L~ s. .
Sadye G. Rose executive secretary
of the Jewish Welfare Bureau
spoke of the work of her organiza-
tion. Refreshments were served
and enjoyed by all.

On Tuesday, April 5, the Junior
Council of Jewish Women Execu-
tive Board will meet for an im-
portant business meetirig at the
home of Miss Sylvia Dresisen, 811
W. Flagler St. All board mem-
bers are urged to attend.
Next Thursday night, April '7,
a membership party will be given
at the home of Mrs. Stanley C.
Myers, 920 Medina Ave., Coral
Gables by the Junior Council of
Jewish Women. Guests will be
costumed as "Kids" and all mem-
bers and prospective members are
urged to attend. Games will be
enjoyed and refreshments will be
An important business meeting
of the ]Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion will be held at the Synagogue
on Tuesday evening, April 5. All
members are urged to attend.
~Quite a large crowd attended

t IS Yis lll p V anne or ll e L en o r

An important meeting of the
executive board of Senior Hadas-
sah will be held at the home of:
Mrs. S. H. Lutzky its president,
825 S. W. 13th Ave., and all board
members are urged to attend. Iml-
po~rtant matters will be transact-
The life of Dr. Isaac M. Wise!
was commemorated Wednesday ir.
the address of Dr. Jacob H. Kap-
lan at Kaplan hall, where the Sis.
terhood o Temple Israel gave a
benefit card party, part of the
funds to go to the Wise Memorial
Mrs. Julius Damenstein, chair-
man, was assisted by Mrs. Kaplan,
Mrs. I. W~olkowsky and Mrs. J.
Simpson. Prizes were awarded to
Mrs. Williamh Lewin, Mrs. D. Win-
ter, Mr). IE. Altman and) Mrs.
Frank Coret.
A popularity contest was held
at the last meeting of the Mazda
Club in the home of Topsy Mer-
lin. The results were: most popu-
lar, Rose Cromer; best looking,
Doris Serlin; most talented, Esth-
er- Cromer; ~best dressed, Rose
Farkas; cutest, Jeanette Selig-
man; most intellectual, Ida Safer.

Friday, April 1, 1982

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Granger, Miss Carrie Sugarmran
and Mrs. Ida Fishkin.
Mrs. Frankel, whose son, Frank.
Frankel, is mayor of Long Beach,
Nr. Y., received many telegrams
and letters of congratulation.

The Yiddish Schule of the
Workmen's Circle will present its
annual children's concert and play
on Sunday evening, April 3, t
the Woman's Club, 1737 N. E.
Bayshore Drive. Two plays will
be given both in the Yiddish. In
"A Versterter Pesach" Anna
Feldman, Margaret Horowitz,
Jack Seitlin, Ethel Pont, Solr
Freedman, Bobby Kaplan, Eva
Weiner, Molly Horowitz, Bobby
Horovitz, Harry Weiner, David
Seitlin will be the cast. In the
"Feivele Berihmer" a muscial
playlet, Harriet Katziff, Evelyn
Slaviter, Lillian Kaplan and Mar-
garet Horovitz will take part.
Shirley Kaler will dance, Dave
Seitlin, Sam Patterson, Stanley
Zails will recite, and Esther Pont,
Charlie Weiner, Temily Hiorowitz
and Marvin Slaviter will recite
with a piano accompaniment. The
children's choir under the direc-
tion of Rose Mary Gerson will
sing folk songs. Mr. S. Litt is
responsible for the entire pro-
gram. The public is invited t >
attend and a nominal entrance fee
will be charged.

Last Sunday morning the bris
of the baby son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Green was held at the Kop-
pli~ns Maternity Hospital with
Rabbi B. D. Mindel acting as
mohel. A large number of friends
from Miami came for the happy


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The first annual banquet of the
Miami Beach Jewish Soci~al set
was given at 9 a. m. Sunday at
the Helene Hotel, Miami Beach.
Guests of honor included Mayor
and Mrs. Val C. Cleary, City Man-
ager and Mr s. Cl aude Rensha w,
15r. and Mrs. Harry Lipton, Rabbi (
and Mrs. Lazarus Axelrod, Cantor
Bcaris Schlachman and Baron de
Hirsch Meyer. The organization's
president, Irving Davidson acts 1
as toastmaster and Matty Salln
was master of ceremonies. More
than 100 guests attended.

Mrs. Goldie Frankel celebrated
her seventy-sixth birthday anniver-
sary Tuesday evening with a din-
ner at the Belvedere Hotel, Miami
Beach. Those present were Mrs.
Mairy Simons, Mr. and Mrs. H.
Reisler of New York, Mr. and Mrs
Philip Lieberman of Miami Beach
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One of the outstanding events) kin, Mrs. Morris Kol
of the current season was the Ida Buckstein, the i
*'Siyom Hatorah" held last Sunday *
night at the Miami Jewish Ortho- A large audience
dox Congregation. The large late Friday night ser
Synagogue was crowded to capac- David when the A.
ity when the procession arrived B'nai B'rith) organize
at the Synagogue bearing the ed the services in c
"1Safer Torah" under a canopy, in International A. Z
the traditional manner. As the The opening prayer
procession arrived and marched by Alvin Richter, res
into the Synagogue the orchestra ing was led by Mor
under the direction of Bernie May- Blumenthal delivered
erson played appropriate music. The Life of Nathan
The president Mr. Nathan Adel- gregational -singing
man delivered an address of wel- Milton A. Friedman
come and introduced Dan Hardie ling prayer by Samue
who spoke briefly and told of his lowing the service!
visit to Jersualsm some years ago. mothers were the he
Cantor Boris Schlachman and Can- cial hour in the Tall
tor Nathan Wroobel sang several ***
psalms and then Rabbi Jonah E. Temple %\*1a~e Si
CLaplan delivered the main address sponsor a Sabbath Dj
of the evening. He was followed lan hall Friday even
by Rabbi Lazarus Axelrod of Mi- at 6:30 p. m. when
ami Beach who spoke splendidly are asked to attend.
in Yiddish of the importance of It is intended to aff
the event to Jewish residents of b ers of the Temple al
Miami. Then the filling in of the Ito spend a pleasant
uncompleted letters began with real traditional surro
Cantor Nathan Wroobel conduct- to the services. Mr~
ing the filling in. Mr. E. GordonJ berg is chairman ane
made the "Mi Shebayrach" and he Reisner is co chairm
was assisted by Mr. Morris Rap- tions may be made w
paport. As the names were filled these two or any m~
in the orchestra played many Jew-i committee.
ish selections. Then Mr. and Mrs. ***
Joseph Schonfeld and sister pre- Through an error
sented a set of sterling silver fili-) Abie Berkowitz was
gree ornaments for the Torah, in a8 member of the
memory of their mother. The or- the Purim Play press
naments consist of a "Shield", two ly at the Miami .
"Eitz Chayims" and a "Yad". school under the
These were received with appro YoungIsrael club of
private remarks by the officers oJf a*
the congregation. Then Mr. Alfred Mrs. Meyer Schwar
Predinger presented a "mentele" ing the Citrus School
mn memory of his mother, and Mrs. Mrs. Ben Watts for
Philip Augustine presented% a County Council wil:
"mentele" in memory of her sis- conference of the Fl1
ter. All of the gifts were suita- of the National Cong
bl~y inscribed. Then all enjoyed ents and Teachers a.
the sandwiches, fruits, punch, cac- next week. They will
dies, cakes and other goodies that next Monday morning
had been provided through the turn the following Fl
courtesy of the Ladies' Auxiliary ***
of the Congregation. Beth David Sisterh
Following the refreshments the ing plans for a card p
services were concluded with the lan hall on Sunday,
placing of the ornaments upon the the Talmud Torah ha 1
Safer Torah which was done by be given for high sc
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schonfeld,l freshments will be se'
H. M. D~revich, Milton 'Weiner and ***
Max Kupferstein. Mr. Predinger Temple Israel Si
placed the "Mentele" upon the holding its meeting 1
Torah. Others taking part in the tion of officers at Ka
ceremonies at the conclusion were Monday, April 4, at
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan and Can- This will be preceded
tor Nathan Wroobel. The honor meeting at 1:30. At
of placing the Torah in the ark of the membership a i
for the first time was purchased be' presented with
by Charles Adelman after spirited Goldie and Sylvia Mil
bidding. Those in charge of ar- ies of musical duets
rangements were Max Kupfer- Adele Seg~al in are
Stein, H. M. Drevitch, the Presi- Masefield. Asocial he
dent Mr. Nathan Adelman, Sam lowr with Mrs. Jack B
iltefas uMax Raptpa rt na ~Mrs. Mendel Cromer
the Ladies' Auxiliary were Mrs. Mrs. Hyman Traeg
Mnax Kupterstein chairman, Mrs. tess to a large number
J. L. Shochet, Mrs. Charles Tan- at a* farewell party i
nenbaum, Mrs. P. ~ugustine, Mrr. at Grove Park, ho!
~f--fNath -lrEmBn, Mrs. G. K~ot- Phoebe Brennerl who

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tkin and Mr .
president 8

,attended th
'vices at Bth
Z. A. (Junior
ation conduct-
telebration of
A. Sab ah
was re it
;ponsive real-
ris Raff; C
Stsermon on
was I dcon-
and the clo 7
l1 Silver. Fo -
s the b y'
costs at a oy
mud Torahso-

iste rod 11 l
inner at Kap~-
ring, Aril 8
all members

lord the mem-
n opportunity
t evening in
s. P. Schein-
d Mrs. B. 1.
lan. Reserva-
vith either ?f
ember of the

the name of
omitted as
chorus in
ented recent-
Senior High
direction of
Miam i.

tz represen~t-
P. T. A. and
r the Dade
l attend the
orida Branch
:ress of Par-
t Clearwater
leave Miami
and will re-

lood is mak-
,arty at Kap-
April 10, at
1. Prie will
ores and re-

isterhood is
for the elec-
rplan hall on
2:15 p. m.
by a board
the meeting
program will
the Misses
ler in a ser-
;and Miss
lading from
our will fol-
lrnsti an

~er was hos'
!r of friends
in her home !
noring MidS
left for her

home in Cleveland, Ohio after day evening, May 5th at the hole
spending sometime in Miami. of Mrs. Morris Rubin. The coop-
Games were enjoyed, and a pro- eration of every Jewish organizr-
gram of instrumental and vocal tion is requested to make this af-
music was presented by a num- fair an outstanding success.
her of the guests during thej *
rVninev g At l~c

. a ate hour
a buf I


An open house party and dance!
was given by the Phi Epsilon Pi, j
national fraternity of the Univer
sity of Miami, for its friends and j
the student body and faculty of
the university Saturday night at
its chapter house, 2302 Granada
boulevard. There was dancing and
other entertainment and refresh-
ments. blecorations were carried
out in tropical foliage with the
fraternity colors, purple and gold
,orming the background.
Chaperons for the evening were
lMr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Ungar,
MrI. and Mrs. Fred Cohen, Mr. and
Mr;. Clyde Ingersoll, Mr. and
Mrs3. Joseph Austin and Mrs. Rose
Active members of the frater-
ity include Jerome Cohen, Joseph
Fleischaker, Jack Daly, Albert
Kurtzon, Robert Cahn, Harold Au-
at n, Robert Siegel, Lawrence Le
fowitz, Melvin Cohen, Ben Ber- f
ner, George Reichgott and Walter
Alumni include Harold Farkas,
William Farr, Irving Greenfield,
Nathan Raff, Bert Raff and Sid-
nc.y Rausin. Members of other Phi
Epsilon chapters attended were
K~enneth Kurtson, Julius Sch-
umarnn and Irwin May of Chicago,
Ill., and Fred Bach of St. Louis,

luncheon was served. Among the
guests attending were Rabbi and
Bes hLazarus Axelrod of Miami
Mrs.h B.r. and Mrs. L. Abram;,
Mrs. Sa Levin of Toronto, Can.,
Irsr aeBm Boom, Mr. and Mrs.
Bse Brenner, Mr. and Mrs. M.
Berman and Miss Joyce Vivian

A regular meeting of Ghe Books
in Brief club was held last Mon-
day night at the home of Mrs. A.
Goldman. The "Life and Andrew
Atway" by Neil Bell was reveiwed
by Mrs. Chas Feldman after which
the members joined in a general
discussion. A social hour follow-
ed and refreshments were served.
The Sisterhood of Temple Israel
are making plans for the celebri-
tion of a Sader the first night ?f
Passover. In charge of arrange-
ments are Mrs. Hl. H. Miller and
Mrs. Julius Simpson. Full details
will appear in an early issue.

The Ieua b -ekly cd
party sp n ore byi-tehe La ies'
Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox C segregation was S l

gogue last Tuesday night. Mrs.
Chas. Tannenbaum was the win.
ner of the door prize. More than
twenty tables were in play and
prizes were given for high scores
at each individual table. Refresh-
ments consisting of a salad course
wer~e served during the evening.
A meeting of the Forth nig h tly
Book Review club will be held at
the home of Mrs. Joseph H. Fields
next Tuesday evening, April 5th,
when Mrs. Henry Berg wil review
"Magnificent Obsessions" by Lloyd
C. Douglas.
4 4 4
Rabbi Alexander S. Kleinfeld
will be guest of Beth David Syna-
gogue next Friday evening at the
late services when he will preach:.
On Sunday Rabbi Kleinfeld will
take part in the concert at Beth
Jacob Synagogue Miami Beach.
What promises to be an out-
standing affair is the benefit sup-
per for the Jewish Welfare Bur-
eau under the auspices of its
Ladies' Auxiliary next Sunday
evening, April 3, beginning at 6
p. m. The event will be held at
the Beth D~avid Talmud Torah and
arrangements are in charge of
the following committee: Mesd-
ames P. Scheinberg, J. Simp-
son, Wm. Friedman, J. Engler,
Morrs Dubler, H. Markowitz and
Louis Weinkle. TIhe public is
urged to attend as the funds real-
ized are ne~cessairy for the furth-
erance of relief to the local poor.

The Ladies' Auxiliary of tle
Jewish Welfare Bureau is sponsor .
ing a benefit bridge party on Sun-

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that Jews have not shown the
willingness to help ? Are there n.
Jews in every profession in th
County that have not demonstra
ed their efficiency and ability
Are not the Jewish business me
of Miami justified in asking th'
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We have sufficient d~onfident
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We as Jews, need not fear thei
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Izen and demonstrate to the coni
miun~ty that we ar~e also willing t
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In such a movement the Jewish
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iice any man who will stled glor;
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The will to live is common t(
men and to nations, just as it it
common to animals and to men
t he corporate consciousness of ;
1 ss-rcr oconsciousn ss,1 o a

conouns to the idividual. 1I

Thie right to live of the indive
dual has never been disputed. Li
is the axiomatic right of human
society. The sanctity of life is
Lthe foundation stone of law*
But the right to exist of people
is often challenged. Every man
nas a right to exist. But nations
are asked to give a raison d'etre.
the Jewish people must "show
:ause"' why it should not cease to
exist. And it proceeds to do ro.
The Jewish people argues that
't has given this to the world. It
points to the achievements of Jews
Animated by a Jewish spirit and
Lt says: "This we have given t~o
:he world. If we go on existing
wre will give more like it. Hence
>ur right to exist as a people."
But supposing our self-justif.
:ation is only an illusion. The will
;o live fills us with illusions. We
vant to live--the race, the nation
-and therefore we find reasons
or it. Supposing they are only
xcuses--not reasons._
We know that it is the simplest
nd the commonest process in th~e
vorld for people to convince them-
elves that a thing is right just
because they want it. The illusion
hat a thing is right adds to its
force. It is part of the natural
defensive mechanism.
It may be true in the case of the
ews. We cannot argue about that.

f we, the Jewish people, have an
allucination, we cannot ourselves
erceive it. An illusion, by :ts
ature, is a thing which complete-
r deceives the victim.
But let us even suppose that our
right to live" is an illusion. Sup-
ose the will to live within us
rives us to create Jewish beliefs.
wish values, Jewish contribu-
ons to the world's civilization.
What is wrong with that? If
xe illusion itself becomes a cre\-
re instrument, if, because we de-
re to live, we proceed to justify


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Volume V.--Number 14.
Friday, April 1, 1932

care to hire opera glasses.
"Oh, no, no," they replied, "we,
will drink from the bottle "
!r !
Jackie Cooper may have to -tr
to get another year out of the 01d
tricycle. Will Hays has reqlueste~l
all film luminaries to cease flait
ing their weal h.

Babe Ruth, who is either the
third or fourth largest industry
rn ee eonrli as been sthabtilize
ner has been turned.
The Great Wall seems doubb~
useful, giving something for tin~
Chinese to put their backs again,:
and the Japs to read the handwrit-
ing on.

Surely, huge armaments prevent
war. Haven't the powers kep~t
them up for years, and where la
you read in history about an
wars ?

The Congressional Record hai
been unusually sprightly of late,
being full of what the membarsj
tl irik' xte "thoughts on taxation,

Zoos in the large cities are of-
fering gnus as low as $200 a head.
These are used gnus. A gnu gnu
would presumably be higher.
It r
Self-criticism: Girls at Barnard
College, New York, vote unani-
mously that the men they marry
must have a sense? of humor.

Watchword for prosperity.
Blessed are the pacemakerls.

The lsoment I plop in the bathtub,
And the water is feeling just
There's a rap at the door and a
half-suppressed roar
"Are you going to camp there
all night?"
The moment I stretch in the batt;
When I'm left in the house all
As clear as a knell comes the
sound of the bell,
And I drip all the way to the
t !
"'Aren't you happy, now thait
the furniture people are willing
to let you pay for the fur~niture
by instalments?"
"I should be if they'd let me
pay the instalments by instal-

"What is etiquette, son? "
"(It's when you have to say, "No,
thank you,' when you really want
to say, 'Gimme some'."
Dummox -"You must have a
wonderful memory to keep all that
knowledge in your head."
Bright "Yes, I never forget
anything once it is in my head."
Dummox "Well, how about
that $10 I loaned you a few months
Bright "O~h, that's different
--I put that in my pocket."

A dramatist was talking to a
critic about himself and his work
and his aims and all the rest o:
"(I have had," he said, "a whole

crowd of imitators." 1
"Yes," said the critic, "especial
ly beforehand."

That clicking sound from W19h
ington may be only some of to;
Congressmen, heretofore non-com-
mittal on prohibition, uncrossing
their fingers.

Edldie Cantor tells the following
story: He was; playing' in Phila-
delphia when an old lady in shab-
by clothes approached him after
thL Show ".(I want to shake your
hand she said, "I had a boy
named Eddie who fought in the
war a nd was killed. I hove come
see you every nightliand sat ibothe
gallery you loot le my bo."
Eddie who is very sympathetic
put a 820 bill in her hand and
hgelegger o e nsit Tn athont ha ~

was d;ning with the late Jack Don-
abue. D~onahue said, "Eddie, I had
the most amazing experience. A
little old ladyi came to my dress-
ing r~oom and said she had a boy
named Jack and he was killed
'Over Ther~e.' I come to see you
every1' night'."


bati." The material of this mid-
rash, which centers 'upon the ob-
servance of Tisha B'Ab, is among
the oldest example s of post-Bibli-
cal literature we Jews possess.
It is interesting to call these sto-
ies which have an interest in them-
selves and show how ancient a
subject for laughter-provokiig
Jews and Jewish customs are.
Some examples of the slapst icl<
come y, m which Jevsw wer wth

in tended to occasion upr~oarious
laughter were: "May we, nevri-
n ~d o iean v io likJe i he Jw
better known to us as "boxer" or
St. John bread, and ;sa food sug-
gestive of poverty.)
In one scene, several actors bu'-
el sque the long shirts then typical

'~"1"' "'~""a----- ----- ~r--- I Ohr ycahI saidl Eddie.
of Jewish dress. A passerby says 1 1 r
to one of them, "How long do you I spoct a hped
w ar your s grs? n frocnt of the Roosevelt Hotel
"Like the Jews," is the answer,
"fr~om one Sabbath to the nexst.,,i olwo atsme.Voi-
sky was standing near the en-
A third scene contains eventanewhutavn onact
morepoined ofens to ews.A o hat. It w~as such a hot day.
camel, wearing his covers, and "s' hsrmral et-
with grotesque mannerisms, .is r"akdaohrNwYre.
brouht uon he sage Oneco-"Out here you don't have to wear
median begins soberly, "Why dloesaht"
this camel mourn?" After impres- "nNwYok"rpidVln-
sive theatricality, the answer is, s dh ht'
'These Jews, you know, permit y "yo av .
the soil to lie fallow in the sev- I
enth year, and finding themselves The son-in-lawc-to-be was ar-
without any green herbs, they eat rang:ng a little matter of finance
the camel's thorns, and this camel with his father-in-law-to-be.
mourns for thm1." "(Of course, you must under-
Perhaps the most dramatic of Stand, sir," said the young man,
the anti-Jewish scenes mentioned "that my pride forbids me to ac-
in the Midrash is of a group of ceept anything fsro 3rou after I
clowns,a with sheoads closely shaved na'' youl s aa er loedpea-

lash:on of Jewish habits andi cus- arrtly surprised.
toms. One of the comedians asks, ( But how ar~e you going to
"Why are these clowns bald-head- I1ve' ? he asked.
ed?" "Wlell," said the youth, 'I
"These Jews, you know, observe Ithought you might make some
the Sabbath, and on the Sabbath kind of settlement beforehand."
may eat only what they worked !! !
for and prepared during the week. The Wall Street backer of a
But these Jews found themselves certain Broadway theatrical pro-
without wood to use as fuel in ducer suggested to him that it
cooking their food; therefore they might be a good idea to have a
broke their beds and used them cer~tfied public accountant go over
as fuel. They were thus compelled his books.
to sleep on the floor and roll :n "You know how money sticks to
the dirt, and they needed to bathe Ithe fingers of certain people in
in oil which sent the price of o~il yoqur business." pointed out the
Jky rocketing and these men could the Wall Street man.
not buy any to save their hair." "I know I've been robbed from
These little scenes of anti-Jew- time to time, but as it is never
ish jokes are over two thousands very much I don't mind," admitted I
years old. It is no new things to the producer. "Besides, my broth-
have the Jew upon the stage rep- ler-in-law and his brother look aft-
resented as ridiculous and unclean er the bookkeeping-and you know
how that is."
The Wall Street man admitted
it,l and in justifying it, we create Ihe had "wife's relative trouble,"
va ues, is that not affirmative and~ but urg~ed the engaging of a cer-
worth-while illusion? tified accountant.
Is it wrong to condemn illusion To please him the producer act-
as such. There are illusions whi h ed on the suggestion and had the
are essential to a fine life. Life it- books gone over by a well-known
self may be an illusion--but it is firm of accountants. At the end
foolishand silly and futile to acte of a fortnight the firm turned in
lon that assumption. The only way a lengthy report in which they
lfe can be hived is as a reality. certified to the correctness of the
The poet who says "life is real, books*
life is earnest" does not have to "They're smarter than the ac-
e inearn right. AWe make life real countant when he showed the re-
says "ife s bt and tenepoe ewho port to his Wall Street backer.

We have been told time and
again by many of our so called
leaders that Jews as such must not
organize or take part in the poli-
tical life of a community. We
don't want to argue that particu-
lar question at this time, though
we could point out that these same
individuals have taken part in a
movement to politically prefer
some of their own friends.
Today we are about to enter
once again a campaign which
means much for the political fu-
ture of our State and particularly
of ore Cuendt, Mam t ficers a e

fc rs, jde, utic of mee Pece
and many others too numerous to
The question -naturally arises in
the th~inds of any right thinking
J'ew, why, do not our Jewish citi-
sons step forward? Why do not
some of our professional men or
business men enter the political
arena and try to help the general
community. Are there not men
amongst us who have shown abil-
ity, a wi lingness to work for the
common- good, and by their past
record shown that the Jews can
and do produce men who can serve
the common citizenry ?
Is it because we are suffering
from an inferiority complex and
are afraid that as soon as a Jew
comes forward the non-Jew will
not support him?
Not long ago we had the op-
portunity of talking over Dadle
County matters with one of the
leading citizens and influential
non-Jews in the State. One of his
rematrks remained with me and
became indelibly impressed upon
my mind. "Just so long as you
Jewish citizens will not put for-
ward some strong, capable ?en
for public life, and unitedly sup.
port them, just that long will the
Jewish citizens of Florida fail to 1
receive well merited recognition." .
Undoubtedly that is true. While <
a man is not entitled to political
office simply because he is a Jew, .
the contrary is also true, that sim;-
ply because he is a Jew is no rea- I
son that he cannot aspire for of- ]
fice. I
Florida, the State that produced I1
a Judah P. Benjamin, a Uriah
Levy, United States Senators, ('
years ago, surely can and does I
possess sufficient Jews of intelli- c
gence to be proud of. Certainly, J
Miami and Dade County with their t
large Jewish population, with the
many millions- of dollars invested t
both by local Jews as well as Jews it
from every part of the Country a

Two peasants attended theatre
one night, taking with 'them, as
is the custom in Europe, a large
sausage and two bottles of beer.
One the way down the isle they
were accosted by the usher, who
asked them whether they would

and unsavory asethesedistories
bhw an epoe his det, his
holidays, his ceremonials to ridi-
en e. Perhaps it were time these
jokes cea~sed.

may be right, but it is of no im-
portance. We cannot act on that
assumption it has no actual
meaning for us.
Let us cease to examine the
"right of the Jewish people to
exist"--let us cease to question it
and~ to inquire whether it is a
illusion or a reality.
We will assume that it i .
right, and then act upon theias 1
sumption. By acting uon the a
sumption we make th sup etas-
true. umi*

The Jew -Butt of ~

"Humor" ) o

Examples of very old theater~
cal jokes upon the Jetws are to be~

found in the
Midrash Ekah Rab-

y, April 1, 1982

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tee or in any other fiduciary rela-
tion, the name of the person or
corporation for whom such trustee
is acting, is given; also that the
said two paragraphs contain state-
ments embracing affiant's full
knowledge an dklef di sothe cir-

which stockholders and security
is old sk tdhoe cmpann as urpuon
tees, hold stock and securities in
a capacity other than that of a
bona fide owner; and this affiant
has no reason to believe that any
other person, association, or cor-
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Sor indirect in the said' stock, bonds,
or other securities than as so
stated by him.
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the mails or otherwise, to paid
subscribers during the sx months
preceding the date shown above is
(This information is required from
daily publications only.)
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'Sworn to and subscribed before
me this 31st day of March 1932.
(Seal.) H. Rifas,
~Notary Public, State of Florida.
(My commission expires July ,O.

thiWhat kind of business <0 von
"M-m---well, 'most any kind ex-
cept minding their own."

Martin Chochom, Well known
Jewish Tenor with years of
experience on the concert
stage in a repertoire of music
embracing five languages is
open for concert engagements.
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L~ouis Shochet, who, having been
duly sworn according to law, de-
poses and says that he is the pub.
lisher and owner of the The Jewish
Floridian, and that the following
is, to the best of his knowledge
and belief, a true statement of the
ownership, management (and if
a daily paper*, the circulation),
etc., of the aforesaid publication
for the date shown in the above
caption, required by the Act of
August 24, 1912, embodied in sec-
tion 411, Postal Laws and Regula-
tions, printed on the reverse of
this form, to wit:
1. That the names and address:
of the publisher, editor, managing
editor, and business managers
are :
Publisher J. Louis Shochet, 621
S. W. 15th Avenue, Miami, Florida.
Editor J. Louis Shochet, Box 2973
Miami Florida.
Managing Editor J. Louis Sho-
chet, Box 2973, Miami, Florida.
Business Managers J. Louis
Shochet, Box 2973 Miami, Florida.
2. That the owner is: (If own-i
ed by a corporation, its name and
address must be stated and also
immediately thereunder the names
knd addresses of stockholders ownr-
ing or holding one per cent or
more of total amount of stock.
If not owned by a corporation, the
names and add1-esses of the indi-
vidual owners must be given. If
owned by a firm, company, o~r
other unincorporated concern, its
name and address, as well as those
of each individual member, must
be given.) J. Louis Shochet.
3. That the known bondholders,
mortgagees, and other security
holders owning or holding 1 per
cent or more of total amount of
bonds, mortgages, or other securi-
ties are: (If there are none, so
state.) None.
4. That the two paragraphs next
above, giving the names of thz
owners, stockholders, and security
holders, if any, contain not only
the lis;E of stockholders and secur.
ity holders as they appear upon
the bonds of the company but
also, in case where the stockhol!-
er or security holder appears upon I
the books of the company as trus-

A age for IViam Beach News


Said rr~~vlrls, de8C of theoceta
one:L'A U~ingS mn I~e mak-mari he adorhe a
wa Ce inte my "offbuic n aske mdy kt8ddmc u
for an application blank. He said laughter u ad
that two years ago he was worth The anulsuei ok h
$200,000, and thought that he and is b~e dnnu lsse dvenir boo, which
his family were safe from financiall occasion of the Panurially on he
worries forever. Now the $200,- presented to each gurim all, was
000 is less than $50,000.. His only entered the dance gues, Thsi they
hope of independence is through tractively bound volun e sa in
systematic savings as represented the program of the evening am
by payments of life insurance greetings from the Jacksonville
premiums.") Jewish Center and expressions of
Another told of a man who askr- thanks to all who aided in making
ed: 'I am thirty-five and have to the ball a success. It also includ-
start all over again. ~What kind ed a. complete list of the Jackson-
of a policy can you offer me that ville Jewish Center membership,
wil unsure me a competence at its officers and directors, as well
sixty? as all committees. A list of all
We were all carried off our feet the organizations affiliated with
by the new theory of investments the Center and its officers are also
in 1929. Bonds and insurance were listed in this program book.
out of date. Common stocks were Tempting refreshments were
the one sure way to fortune. served during the evening, by a
Now he enduum as sungcommittee of the Daughters of Is-
back. The old-fashioned ideas are re.
in style again. It is a time when Th repto cmitewo
insurance companies ought to dou- ehe hadl eaosiustedoupneteig
bneslese their adertisig an insr David Moscovitz, general chair-
ancesalsme thir ffots. man of the Purim Ball; Harry
When we were prosperous we Finkelstein, honorary president,
sometimes regarded these sales- Max Rubin, president, Rabbi Alex-
men as a nuisance. Today their ander S. Weisel, Joseph Hackel,
wares are "as rivers of water in1 M. (;. Kass, and Mr. H. H. Bloom,
a dry place; as the shadow of a chairman of the souvenir book.
rock in a weary land." Handsome prizes were awarded
__.... the winners in the masquerade
Dr. R. R. Goldstone, Detroit, Among those who received high
Mich., is the guest of Mr. and Mr::. praise for the direct cooperation
Charles Rosenthal, 2137 S. W. 13th extended to the Purim Ball com-
street. mitte chairman were: Mr. Henry
Herzenberg, chairman. of decora-
The Comet club entertained Fri- Jtions; Hyman Silverberg, master
day at the home of Mana-Zucca, of ceremonies; M. Feldman, and
an honorary member, when Mme. Mrs. H. Weiss, Mrs. A. Sager,
Ernest Castellen, French lecturer, Mrs. A. S. Wiesel and their Ladies
was guest of honor. She spoke of committees: Miss Naomi Becker,
illustrious persons she had person- who was in charge of publicity,
l1 contact with, in an informal ad-) and others.
Iress. A large sum was realized which
I~kclub will meet again Friday goes to the Talmud~ Torah Fund.
rt th'ome of Miss Laura Gold- I***


The Way of Life


When I was fifteen years old my
father took me into his study and
gave me a talk about life insur-
sece. He was a preacher, with a
large family and a small salary.
"Paying my premiums has kept
,e poor, and often in debt," he
said, "but I am well rewarded. I
can lie down and sleep soundly at
In order to bring the lesson
home, he applied for $3,000 of
life insurance on the twenty pay-
ment plan for me, saying that he
would carry it until I had gradu-
ated from college and I could go
on with it from there.
Twenty years seemed longer at
that time than a hundred years
seem now. I wondered if I would
ever live to the ripe old age of
tirty fven when the policies would

\pell, I have lived that long and
these policies, and some others,
Share all paid up. Father himself
lived long and, having educated
his children and seen them all
started, he cashed in his insur-
ance and was comfortable in his
old age.
Remembering this lesson, I have
signed my checks for premiums
very cheerfully, but never with so
much satisfaction as during the

past two years.
In a period when almost every-
thing one owns is tumbling it is
great to know that one invest-
ment, at least, is just as good Is
it promised to be. Nothing has
happened to any of the big insur-
ance companies, and nothing will.
I was reminded of this the oth-
er day when I attended a conven- I
tion of insurance salesmen. They

Stein. /Greek drama will be fea-

A brilliant assemblage of guests
were present at the twenty-ninth
annual Purim ball and masquerade
dance, held Purim evening in the
Jacksonville Jewish Center, witll
David Moscovitz, general chair-
The affair met with great suc-
cess financially and proved to ;
one of the most successful an
elaborate balls of the season. The
spacious hall proved a perfect
setting for the affair. The Purim
motif was carried out effective Y
in the decorations of te an a or
ium, with blue and white s re m
ers, palms and bunting. The walls
were artistically covered forming
an unusual background for the
dimn ightss of colooredl pes wcitth
casting a soft glow over the color-

"A 1setumnggust stra furnished

trdm onthe pro ram in dditteo
to te uualdancngwasa com-

wl a )nug te pato he m rieSl-
a Goldie Goldstein playing the
dat of the bridegroom. Herman
Popkin served as maid-of-honor,
w~o also showered the 'bride's
path with onion skins, as flowers,
with Hyman Silverstein, as

Ao hr entertainment was the
:omedy skit, by Hyman. Silver-




Of great joy and merriment to
the pupils was the Purim Mas-
querade partly, for the children
of the Religious School and the
Daily Hebrew School, of the Jack-
sonville Jewish Center. The party
was given by the religious commit-
Stee of the Daughters of Israel,
'and took place Sunday afternoon
in the Center auditorium.
A host of children, from rll
classes, most of them masked and
.in elaborate costumes made up the
assembly for the afternoon, and
everyone present was in a real
holiday mood.
~Games, dancing and the rendi-
tion of several songs by the pupils
made up the program for the chil.
dren. Miss Miriam Ezzes furnish-
ed the music for the afternoon
,nd the hostesses were:
aMrs. H. W~eiss, chairman, Mrs.
I. Moskovitz, Mrs. J. Weinstein,
Mrs. A. S. Wiesel, Mrs. M. Wex-
lerM and otheroscoiz himn
of the religious committee of the

hlpe to carRy ut the arrinese-
ments and program for the after-
1At tehe ecmelusion ofoth d as-
prizes were award t h il
dren who wore~ the, most attractive
Refreshments were served and
each child received a souvemir as
a memento of the occasion.

A motorist in Indians stalled
his car astride a grade crossing

wvere full of human interest stor-

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I Hereby Announce that i

I Am A Candidatte For Office Of

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A man is known by the company
h eeps,obu n ema eis know

ing. 8wi
The Navy reports a spot in th!
Caribbean is four miles deep ant
the general shape of Pennsylvania
It is not confirmed, however, tha
its polities are lower,

Any day we expect to pick up
a paper and see where some South
American trapshooter has broken
9)8 clay presidents out of 100.
i I
Failure ofthe Shan hai war to
carry on uptil the base ball open-
ings leaves the public temporarily
I with no play-by-play descriptions.

"'"e :' "eere it ," "". endm M
of his colossal undertaking, of the
rebuilding of a Jewish Homelanl,
but the seeds which he planted
have blossomed forth into one of
the world's most important move-
Zionism is undoubtedly the
greatest vehicle to help in the
preservation of Juraism. It is a
movement of composite virtue,
spiritual, political and material.
It s the natural and dignified solu-
tion of the Jewish problem. It
strives to create a "legally se-
cured and publicly recognized
home ih Palestine for the Jewish
people", and aims to build a me-
dern countryI out of the ruins of
20 centuries, so that it may re-
ceive as large a number as posji-
ble of Jews, to whom it makes'
its appeal as a homeland, and to
those Jews who need a homelandc.
Only in rehabilitating Pales-
tine can the Jewish soul be re-
juvenated, for the true philosophy
of Zionism is the effort of keep-
ing the Jewish spirit and the
Jewish culture intact.
The second question is --"W-hy
Palestine ?'
I am reminded of a story told
about a conversation between Dr.
Chaim W-~eizman and Mr. Balfour.
"Why is it that the Jews refuse
toal t ke Ugana a @e want anl
ered, "Hitat were you to say Mr.
Balfour if someone were to offer
you Paris instead of London?"
Mr. Balfour drew back, and said
"But we have London". "Y'es,
ai mDr WCe m n, we ad Jeru:
Palestine is the seat of the
Jews ancient glory and heritage.
It is a country precious to the
Jew by virtue of association, a
land where his very roots are
deel I mbeddedoin- the soiH lan t

him for centuries. A promise that
someday he would return from his
exile to Palestine, and in the land
afhish frefather he would duge -
ing has become seared into his
soul--and in his prayers and as-
pirations he has turned to ZION.
The very name Eret'z Yisroel
awakens withiin the heart of the
Jew, the most lofty of sentiments.
No country, no matter of w~hati
imperial or military importance
has attached to it such sublime
memories. Every great religion ;n
the world turns with veneration
toward its ruins, seeking hope and
consolation. Nation after Nation

We extend sincerest thanks
and ao W itin fo rthe a
our recent bereavFement and
loss of our mother.
Mrs. Nathan Goldman
Jos. M. Fine
Isidor Fine

has ossesed t, bskedin t
glryp-dain ad ii ones ins spe
dor, without adding anything of
importance to its histor-y.
(To be continued)

The Pullman Company can not
collect an extra charge for riders
who sleep two in a berth, it Is
held. Nor need it pay a bonus to
those performing the miracle.

Why Hadassah
By Frieda Lutsky

(A paper read at the recent cone
f rence of the Southern Region of
HCadassah, at Atlanta, Ga.)

Great success and accomplish-
ment in any endeavor can only be
attained, when the persons work-
ing and striving for it have faith
a faith that comes of understant-
ing. To understand one must
have knowledge, for "knowledge
is power", regardless of what un-
The customary procedure per-
haps would be to tell about Had-
assah's numerous achievements,
but I presume you are all familiar
with them. I am therefore go-
ing to attempt to answer, and
clarify two vitally important ques-
tions, which every woman must
understand to thoroughly appre-
ciate "the beauty and soundness of
this cause, and which in turn will
answer the question, WHY HAD-
The first question is-W~hy Zion
ism ?
Since the Jews dispersion from
Palestine, the Jew has lost his
status, Israel Zangwfill once said,
"Had the Jew perished from the
face of the earth, and his civiliza-

li enra u ded Jew oo Id have h
joyed a far higher reputation, but
his obstinate insistence on survi-
val has thrown the world's judge
ment quite out of perspective .
A victim of fanaticism, down
prodee rcoed by advers ty
bigotry, the Jew's history is an
example of martyrdom. A pitia-
ble character, exiled, scourged,
abused and oppressed. The .pages
of his history are replete with
acsfpnhd sic viole ce,a aoth~e
goat--and yet he has been "divini?- i
ly' preserved for a purpose w-orthy
of a God".
oTroea g eiJewr sdow enne s g
no infirmities of age. In spite of
his many vicissitudes of fortune,
he is apparently becoming more
distinct and indestructible. He
has livetdria d perpetuated. Hope-

peace, and to teach his ideals of
truth and justice.
As an outcome of centuries of
dreams and hopes, prayers and
suffering, fifty years ago, a small
band of men and women, organiz-
ed under the name of "Lovers of
Zion", determined to go and live
in Palestine. This daring experi-
ment was made in de~fance of all
danger, and despite insurmount~-
mleo bstacl so us bly con routed
their progress. This pilgrimage to
Eretz Yisroel, w-as the prologue
to modern Zionism, which is to-
day the most potent factor in the
future destiny of the Jef.
D~r. Theodor Herzl was the
founder of Modern Zionism, a man I
of God, a man who has oft times I


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