The Jewish Floridian

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The Jewish Floridian
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
April 29, 1932
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;


Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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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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---~--_mi, Floridads Friday, April 29,1932

Price: Five Cents







Vol. V~-aNo. XVIII.

What Matters It

To the Handful.

San Remo .. A beautiful and
inspiring gathering of represen-
tatives of the greater and small-
er world nations .. And at last
there flashes ~by cable, wireless*
byr everynmeans a alaole the i i
*PThe British Government's" His
Majesty's government views with
favor the establishment of a na-
tional homeland for the Jewish
people Ln Palestine .. has been
approved by .all the nations gath-
ered there. The Congress of the
Unted States passes a similar
resolution and it is duly signed
by the late President Woodrow
Wilson .. Rejoicing throughout
the world wherever Jews exist .
At last the Jewish people are to
receive their due at the hands of


311 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
L. AXELROD., Rabbi
The usual services will be hele
Friday evening with special ser
vices Saturday morning. A kid
dush in honor \bf Rev. Zvi Hirscl
Maa~liansky will follow the sr
vces 9turday. All are invitee
to attend.

189) N. W. Third Avenue
The usual Frda niht srie
will begin at 8 p. m. with Rabbi
A. S. Kleinfeld officiating. Can
tor Louis Hayman will chant the
'the members of the A. Z. A
wil have their representatives
speak and help in the services
Friday evening.
Regular Saturday morning and
daily services are held.

(Orthodox) -
1545 S. W. Third Street
The usual ,early- services will
begin at 6:30 F~riday night and
Saturday morning services at 9
a. m. with the Mincha services at
6 p. m. The late Friday night se'-
vices have been discontinued.
Sunday school meets at 10
o'clock Sunday morning with as-
sembly at 11 o'clock.

137 N. E. Nineteenth Street
The usual Friday evening ser-
vices will begin at 8:15 with a
lay speaker. Mr Louis Zeients
will be in charge during the ab-
sence of Rabbi Dr. Kaplark. The
confirmation class meets on Sat-
urday morning withi- Ms. Isaac
Levin in charge.
igious understanding .
It is perfectly proper for this
;heet to blatantly champion the
lause of Jewish rights and yet in-
ult their intelligence by carrying
'DOUGHNUT" greetings during
he Passover week .. when all
manner of leavened food is forbid-
en ..*
It is perfectly proper for a
heet that calls itself Jewish never
o observe the decencies of Jew-
sh festivals, but to print upon
very holiday, regardless .

lewish Voters An Open Letter

Show Intereslt Dea Edt
'"-----A ship, at sea, has a look-out
Two meetings of the Jewish stationed in the "Crow's Nest".
voters of Dade County were held For the purpose of observation,
during the week both at the t~he armed forces of a country
dCourthouse. The first me insend airships and balloons aloft.
SMonday night was addressed by nl hig th obvosbsve ra an bt e
-number of prominent men who perspective. Once removed from
urged that all register and pay the scene of combat and viewing
'teir poll taxes. it from above, the look-out sees
-T ursday night a large crowd more of the field, and has the add-
Sattended the meeting at which ed advantage of looking over and
time several speakers addressed beyond the objects that obstructed
the meeting and explained the his view when he was on the same
purposes of the organization A plane with them. All this is by
)series of resolutions were sub- way of preface to the remark that I
mitted by E. Max Goldstein on since I am "on the air", or, as
behalf of the Board of Governors some would have it, "up in the
of the Voters League and were air"', I see things with a broader
unanimously adopted. The name vision and in their proper juxta.
i of the organization was changed position to other objects,-as well
-to the David Yulee Voters League. as over the heads of the obstacles
iDavid Yulee was the first Jew to that obstructed my clear vision,
hold the position of United States when I was on a lower plane, phy.
ISenator and served from the sically speaking.
SState of Florida from 1845 to 1861l I would be derelict in my duty
withh distinction. if I did not warn those engaged
Among the resolutions adopted in the combat of the dangers that
were: are in the field against them. But
1. That the name of the organ- you ask, "Who has sent you to
ization heretofore known as Jew- observe for us ? And who wants
ish Voters' League be and the your report?" Very true. I am
sarme is hereby changed to The a self-appointed look-out. Yet,
David Yulee Voters' League of I have a fainth belief that there
Dade County, Florida. are' some who will be grateful
2. Recognizing that one of the for the report of my observances.
greatest rights that are possess- It is not incumbent upon anyone
ed by any voter or citizen, is the to be guided by my suggestions.
ability to exercise the franchise So that evens up the score, I hope
to vote, it is hereby stated that IYou see, I act in accordance with
one of the aims and purposes of my conscience. Whatever else I
The David Yulee Voters' League may violate, I do not violate that.
is that the Jewish voters of Dade Ii know others who do not violate
County, Florida, exercise their their consciences. They have none
privilege of citizenship by regis- to violate. What possessions they
teritig and voting. have, including -their consciences,
3. It is further resolved thatarinteamsothrwve,
whil TheDavi Yule Voersor mn corporations. Legally, a
League shall not espouse or en- corporation is a body without a
dorse. the candidacy of any indi- soul
vidual aspiring for office, it is I had been studying, as all good
the desire, aim and purpose of the rabbis should. In a Talmudic
organization to fully acquaint all tract I came across an explana-
Jlewish voters of Dade County, tion of the conditions that led to
Florida, with the characteristics, drastic changes in the burial laws.
qualifications and platforms-of the Briefly, these are the conditions
various candidates for public of- that had existed prior to the in.
fice so that each voter might novation by Rabbon Gamliel: It
formulate in their own mind, he used to be that the wealthy buried
whom they deem best fitted for their dead in expensive garments
office ~and vote accordingly. and the poor in cheap garments;
4. It is further resolved that the faces of the dear rich were
The David Yulee Voters' League uncovered on the bier and the
shall endeavor to see that all faces of the poor were covered;
candidates receive and be accord- Ithe rich were carried through the
ed equal and like treatment at the Istreets on expensive biers and the
hands o fThe Yulee Voters' League poor on commonly made 14ers; i
and that ths equal like treatment Ibecause the rich relatives adorn-
to accorded to each and every led the. caskets of their dead and
candidate regardless of race or the poor could not, the poor used
creed. to desert the bodies of their dead;
all this was done because the '
Following the adoption of the mourners could not bear the dis-
resolution a report was had on grTace associated with their pov-
the work of the various commit- erty. To remove this stigma,
tees who have been out he'%ng Rabbon, Gamliel ritled that all
register the Jewish voters of should be buried alike in cheap
Dade County. The office of vice shrouds and on a common bier or
president was declared vacant and in a cheap casket.
will be filled soon by the Board It, therefore', appears from this,
of Governors. that when a rabbi finds, an evil
A series of public meetings will existing that is associated with
be held soon at which time every an established religious custom it
candidate for office will be given it his dutiy to rule against the

Cantor To Be

Honor Guest

Sunday evening, Cantor I.
Kaminsky will be the guest of
honor at a special dinner at the
Nemo Hotel tendered him by a
number of admirers headed by
Cantor Boris Schlachman, Nathan
Wroobel and Louis Hayman. Can-
tor Katninsky who was a cantor
of note in Europe prior to his
coming to America has been a
winter visitor to Miami for a
number of years. During his
stay here he has always tendered
his services to the local Cantors
to aid them in their study of li-
turgical compositions .Because
of his many musical .composi-
tions" he has been in demand
throughout the country, but. in
recent years he has declined to
accept any position excepting one
for the High H~lidays. Cantor
Boris Schlachman who is chasir-
man of the arrangements commit-
tee has been a student under ICan-
tor Kaminsky and his admirei*
for a long number of year having
studied 'under him together with
other cantors of note. At the
dinner Smiday night a number of
prominent speakers wiR tell of
Cator Kaminsky's contributions
to Jewish music and his indef-
tigable efforts to .leave for pos-
terity' its many beautiful' folk songs
an historical Synagogal music.
Following the dinner the Cantor
will be the guest at a reception
to which many of Miami's lead-
ing citizens have been invited.

tablished custom and to remove
from the hands of the oppressors
the whip which they hold over the
There is an analogous condition
existing in our community which
I shall, please God, refer to the
organization existing for that pur-
pose. Should the condition be not
remedied there, I shall feel it my
duty to rule against: the contin-
uance of the practices of the past,
in the interest of the common
good. Great damage is done to
the cause of Judaism when a dic-
tator sets himself up to order
mourners to do his bidding under
threat of withholding the ritualis-
tic rites to the dea~d. It is so
palpably wrong that the younger
generation resent it and they are
repulsed from judaism,---for o
them it is a symbol of the reli-
gion of their fathers. We, who
know more of judaism, know it
to be symbolic of despotism, bru-
tal~ity, and a coarseness that does
not stop at inflicting pain upon
the mourner in the very hour of
his greatest pain. It is our duty
to brand it as such.
From my vantage point of ob-

We are in receipt of so many
letters protesting against the
statements recently appearing
tin a localpaper referring to
fewish voters, etc., that it is

those who have previously op*
pressed them. A national home-
land for- the Jewish -people, ~not-
withstanding the efforts of some
bigoted Ratibie who contended
that the Jews were merely a re.
ligious group. 4
Time passed on .. We are
now in Miami in 1982. Self styl.
ed leaders of Jewry rush into
print .. Among them an ardent
Zionist, a former president of. the
local Distriet ., .And together
they solemnly proclaim: "The
Jews are only a religious group,,,
etc., etc., What matters whrat
our history proclaims ? What care
they for the declarations of world
powers and statements ? Not a
nation but a religious group. So
saith the handful. ,
Consistency, thou art a Jewel!
A rare Jewel at that'

Louis Marshall and other great
Jews appear before the diplomats
of the world powers to secure for
the Jewish people throughout the
nt os of the world 'MINORITY
RGTS, not as a religious group,
but as a people. Poland, Rou-
mania, and other ~continental
countries demur but are forced to
agree .. President Wilson again
champions the cause not of a
religious group, but of a nation.
The Jewish nation .
But. .the Miami wonders .. .
the handful does not approve. The (
Jewish people are but a religious
group not a nation.
The Jewish encyclopedia, the l
greatest authority on matters Jew-
ish at the present time ...
says: "Jews in modern times, a c
race as distinguished from their s
religious creed." '
And again the handful does not t
agree .. What matter encyclo- r
pedias to them Of course, /d
they know better.

Civic groups may be formed by t
all, even political groups. Each ir
of the great dominant parties may e
support~ foreign born voter's
leagues, Hungarian Clubs, Pol.
ish Clubs, German Clubs, all poli- il
tical clubs throughout the nation p
and employ tenls of speakers toel
address them during campaigns, c
but of course, they dare not be il
Jewish voters league so saith T
:the handful ,. .

the opportunity of appearing m
person to address the Jewish

Don't Fail -
10 -
Re ;et

ers' League. Fear nt. v yu
It is perfectly permissible to form of airousing the Jews to their
candis reins b ele b -oa n .e dhe m e oppoas tio dsuc as
int them insert Pulrim greetings thatne on hnMfl kie dl
or Passover gretipggs in their mis. fre 1 s inu sight Thei oal of
erable sheets~, when they fa11;ll ell Thi ea kos 11rit dh gabl per-
know that i t la ot customary,r a ivic duty wel and abyp
and offen~i g. W A~~--Cri .Tket je- formed. ...

W~e could kieep on this way ad
nfinitum. But why? The purd
loses of the handful is too se f
vident. It is obvious. TheyO oE
ourse, carry the JEWISH eket
their respective vest po 18t.
'hey speak for the Jewish peopot-
K~eep on you David Yulee Vt

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uar~oI ac racl~e gise impossible for lack of space to
~ks hardships on a mass' of lirnt them all. We feel that
,pulation. Wh~en thej masses itsmchaobotntn.
mposed and hindered fIkom Fotht ts
,ee exercise of their rights w rfrraeeetee
o s e w h ho h o rt~he re n o of sm e l a -c rn el
ace, i is th. ddut of the Hitle to' the Jewish commealty

to decree against the ea-Mtw ree olav hst
the oblivion they so rlebly sh-
(g said .u~ pea ~~s)~ sirre;'

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Broward Ave- Rabbi Carl N~
Hermari will officiate and will de.
liver a sermon following th sr
vices. esr
Regular services of the Conge
gation Beth El will be held grre-
day night at the Communi i-
House on Seventh St. Mr. 8 ty
Schutzer will conduct the amr
vices. sr
The regular card party of the
Sisterhood Beth El was held Sen
day night at the Comni~unit
House with Mrs. Sam Goldberg f
hostess. Delicious refreshm nt
were served and prizes were late
awarded. e
Miss Adline Goldstein is the
first Jewish girl in Palm Beach,
to win the essay contest sponsor-
ed by the Civitan club of this
This contest was open to all
'seniors about a hundred and fifty
in number. She is to be present-
ed with a medal on class night.
She is among the most popular
as well as good looking girls in
the Palm Beach High School and
the local Jewish circle. After gra-
duating she expects to leave for
the North to study art. She is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Goldstein and is well known
among~ old Jewish pioneers
of Miam i, ey West, and Tampa.
Mr. Goldstein having at one time
one of the largest department
store in Miami.
The flea was the original back-

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Friday, April 29, 1932

A rr

vinck uf audCan are seeded
pae and are expected to
mae oo hwns Al Ma k
7-5 and 6-4. Herb Friedman and
Milt Friedman were pitted against
each other and as you have no
doubt guessed, Friedman won.
He's in the pink of condition
and rarin' to go. Who ? None
other than Al. Hammer Harlib.
Al who has a beautiful record
in boxing is leaving this week for
New York where he will compete
against the nation's best for a
position on the much coveted U.
S. Olympic Boxing Team.
Harlib has had about 130 fights
and won more than half of the
knockout route. While at the U
of Illinois he won the feather-
weight boxing championship and
glso became the title holder in
the central A. A. U. meet. Com-
ing down here he immediately
proved his ability to Miamians'
by winning the South Florida
championship in the 126 lb. div.-
sion at the recent A. A. U. box-
ing tournament held in Miami
Beach. Still seeking further laur-
els he won the intramural tourna-
ment at the U. Besides being a |
great boxer he is a wrestler of.
ability and in 1928 was runner
up in the wrestling tryouts for
the Olympics.
The student body is behind you,
Al and wish you all the luck there
Adios my dear readers till next
time. Will you be reading.
There is nothing more unsatis-
factory than a one-sided, kiss.
r !
Everything comes to the man
who lets the other fellow do the

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Hello folks, is everybody happy ?
How did you all enjoy your
Pesach? Don't tell me you got
intoxicated by the good wine avail-
Two weeks ago on a Saturday
night one of the sororities spon-
sored a carnival. Boy it was
some affair. Each sorority and
fraternity had a booth in the pa-
tio. One booth called "Rusty the
Rat" attracted a nice crowd. There
was a board with numbered holes
and whichever hole the rat ran
into the person who had placed
his money on the lucky number
won a prize. Another booth con-
tained a freak show, another was
a house of mystery.
The most novel and popular

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ntra ie a ru ffinssm e htsapocig ny
st we ih ahldy pry wi, dent ta rn back
asoe errs m ns w r evm mois? Pes xue m f
d.Toseatnigwr isIhae pt ayoeiamlncl

Miss Frned Glaser of Je ohns Ot ofr thven class of 400d thee
wn entertained agopo recently amre only' 73 honortudnts. That
r we ith a "Mickyy Party" tMim wis stdoesnt that havhd ng baver
eac. Guoest attending were tisIheage: ot 98.5or boe tha e tnhree





Misses Anne Koller, Naorni Pohn,
Lillian Melcher, Murray Gross-
man, Charles Melcher, Irving
Henry and Herbert Snowe.



years of high school. Slyvia Lei-
bovitt ranked fourth in the class
svith an average of 95.46, Rebee-
ca Weingarten 92; Myrtle Zei-

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entz, 90.33; Edna

At a recent meeting of the Maz- 9 8.91. (What an escape that was) Ibooth was sponsored by the Ph
dar Club jeld at the home of Anita 1Anita Bernstein 98.8, I'll bet that /Eps. A nigger stood beyond
Bernstein a Passover program was time .3 of a point looked like canvas sheet with just his heat
presented with Rose Cromer, Ida three point, Hub ? showing; and for the small sun
Safer and Janice Brill taking part Miss Eleanor Pete Sheldon and of ten cents one was given thl
part One of the members, Miss MisBty ak noieteprivilege of throwing three rub
Rose Farkas was recently el~ected Miss--I imagine it must be to ber balls at the grinning darky
a member of the National Honor take up space) both members of This was funny enough but fore
Soexety of the Miami High School. the journalism classes have re. fun came unexpectedly. One o1
cently been nominated as candi- the professors dared Stan Phillip!
Wednesday, May 11th, Abram dates for the Quill and Scroll In- to get behind the canvas instead
Bramson well known flute player ternational Honor Society, Why, of the negro, and that if he did
is sponsoring a concert in which oh why ? didn't I take that sub- so he, the professor, would spene
popular artists will be heard at ject and maybe this; article ja dollar trying to hit him. Stan
the Talmud Torah, 139 N. WV. 3rd wouldn't have been as terribly didn't feel exactly happy about
Ave. Joe B. Mandelbaum, May- bad as it is. Ithe idea but he was egged on
nard Scott Watson, Morris Gold- EenrSldBetLakBoy could that professor throw
man, Leonard Rose, Mildred Roay amadAiaBr-he hitSanpet.Ihog
Greenberg and Lewis Eley are stein are to be initiated into the wie'd die laughing-
those who will be heard. The pub- Hi-Press Society. It's a pity we The professor tried to get tricky
lic is urrged to attend. all can't be writers-who would and use a regular baseball, but
write about it anyhow? fortunately for Stan he missed,
4 6 4 44 & & && & & & The English department in hon-(Idntbleehralyri.)
H~~IGH HAPPENINGS a ro hkser' itdyi Last week I spoke of the ten
cb Doings At Miami High peetn TwlhNit.A-nis tournament. The Jewish en-
Q- i trants are Georgie Reichgott, Wal-
b b cb b cb & &, cb & b cb or 1b d 3 leiscMar MI v. Applbam B
Cahn, Jerry Cohen, Murray Le-
Well friends, boys and girls, ones who hasn't fallen asleep on
even enemies (if I have any) Ithe job as yet, is to be the Jes-
there's only one more month ofl termi the play. /Perhaps I hadn't better mention
school and then yours truly will Now I guess I must say some- those that weren't victorious.
probably be out of two jobs. Do thing about boxing. No onei Would anyone like me to tell
'I hear any expressions of grief knows how I feel about discussing a little incident that happened to
or exclmations? Any offers oflthis subject. In the recent con- a person that stayed~too long in
a job ? Hey what ? No sour grapes tests the results were: Merlin, the sun ? Well I'll save that for
but I really wouldn't take one if Fields and Leven were victorious. next time.- N'est eepas.

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thk. In ad ition to the sermon
so os, an scbeptur m adi payrs
The question box period will be
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oelinquish th Rs fiftoieaen in-
utes of its time to an internation-
al N. B. C. broadcast in the in-
terests of the Hebrew University
in Palestine. This feature will be
heard at the Robert Clay Hotel
in Fort Dallas Park at 8 o'clock
on Wednesday evening under the
personal guidance of Rabbi Mach-
ton. The classes are open to the

town constable post.
Mr. Meschendorf is married, 20
years old, and lives at 220 N. E.
25th St.

Mrs. Naneye L. Rickard grand
condutes a fl bhee Grando chap

Thursday night of Emunah chap-
ter O. E. S. at the Scottish Rite
Temple at 8 p. m, there will be
a musical program and r~efresh-
men s.

The Workmens' Circle is plan-
ning a series of affairs which
will be announced in these columns
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Mr. and Mrs. Sam Karnes are
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rival of a ~baby boy at the River-
side Hospital last week.

An important meeting of Juniorl
Hadassah was held Monday night
at Kaplan hall. Rabbis M. Macn-
tei spoke on the significance of
.Passover. Mrs. Leonard Epstein
spoke briefly and Miss Bernice
Watts, rendered several vocal sel-
lections. Miss Bea Silver was in
charge of refreshments that were
served during the evening.

Ten per cent of the proceeds
of the May dance being sponsored
by the Junior Hadassah at the
Roney Plaza Gardens Sunday
evening, May 1st will be donated
to the Jewish Welfare Bureau for
its welfare work among the local
poor. ,,

Mr. and Mrs. M. Mandelbaumi
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Miss Ida Mandelbaum
to Oscar I. Bernstein, son of Mr.
and Mrs. I. Bernstein of Miami
Beach, formerly of Fleichmanns,

NB th Miss Mandelbaum and Mr.
Bernstein are well known among
th yM ger J wsh set of MaM
and~~~~~~~ Mim ec.Qiean
ber othpartiedse have been arrangeto
be given by her sister, Mrs. J.
Wilson. The wedding will take
place sometime in June.

Annual election of officers for
Hadassah will be held the second
Monday in June and will be fol-
lowed by the installation dinner
in October.

Dick Meschendorf constable of
the Third (downtown) district by
appointment of the Governor is
a candidate to succeed himself:
"I feel the experience gained
during the nearly seven months
I have served the office qualifies
me to offer myself to, the voters
as a thoroughly competent candi-l
date," Constable Meschendorf
said. "Those who are familiar
with my work know I have given
long hours to the office and have
been- available both day and
night. If the voters see fit to re-
turn me to office I shall continue
the same conscientious service as
in .the .past."
Although the June primany will
mark, Mr. Meschendorf's first race
for office, he has been identified
;prominently as a worker in Demo-

ie rs. r ek ame rtedima sn 19
from Kentucky and was engaged

me shs in etator obr thee co
ty soli illor's~afc (A de Geor e

he of airaft mtoamlo thea don

Bonest, Courteous, Service.
N. W. 7th Ave, at asth Street

1 Phases SSWAS1434

The iportnt metih of th
en which was to have been held
Wednesday will be held today at
Kaplan hall beginning at 1:15
ch p. m. with a meeting of the Ex.
heecutive Board and followed by ~a
g- Inecting ection m oiea for2
s. Ithe ensuing term will be held at
he this meeting following the report
i-of the nominating committee.
In Mrs. Harry Oliphant chairman of
ipthe Girl Scout Committee will
at report on the progress of her
s-committee. Following the busi.
he, ness session a social hour will be
spent with Mrs. Lewis Brown
ll hospitality chairman in charge of
llI refreshments. All members are
to urged to attend.

id Preparations made for the
l1- benefit card party Sunday pve.
b- ning, May 1st at the home of
td Mrs. Morris Rubin, 1923 8. V.
r-13th St., have been completed
mand provide for an evening of
-enjoyment and entertainment.
1- Mrs. Hyman N. Levy chairman of
ethe arrangements committee will
rbe assisted by the members of
sher gym class who have been giv-
ing benefit affairs for the Jewish
sWelfare Bureau previously- Those
ewho will aid are Mrs, BM L. Reis-

refreshments; Mrs. Sam Katz
rl Prizes; Mrs. J. Shnpson cards, tand
t rs. I. L. Seigman assis ing
nMrs. R bi sat the doo .e The e -

n d f re work of the Jewish Wel-
y fare Board.

.A wellldattended Passover br dg~e

JW. Clein last Sunday night
-with Mrs. Clein, Mrs. Wm. Mech-
"lowitz and Mrs. Max Rappaport
as hostesses. More than thirty
l tables of bridge were in play and
-prizes for high scores were
awarded at each table. Refresh-
'ments were served at a late hour.
'The next card party will be held
3Tuesday evening, May 3rd at the
vestry rooms of the Synagogue
'and all are invited to attend.
'Prizes will be awarded for high
scores and refreshments will be

In the Miami City Tennis con.
tests, Bernie Frank the son of
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Frank, long
time residents of Miami, won the
Boy's championship by defeating
Bill ~Wicker in three straight

Mrs. Herbert E. Kleiman is
chairman of the Installation
luncheon for the officers of Tem.
tle Irae Siste o ao nbeAhld
Miami Beach Monday, May 2nd
11 noon teaM 1 6dure n o ei

sH.11 tio mare onies. Dlay J. Apte

esisdi g o ume ofp p plrel
ecti s an Idwill be a companies

piano. Tables will be prepared
so that all may enjoy bridge im.
mediately after the luncheon.

As we go to press Junior Ha-
dassah is having its H1ard Times


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ish Women Voters in te Great- charge of the services at Beth
er Miami section last Wednesday David Synagogue at the request
afternoon at her home. Assisting of its officials. Bernard K~ats is
her as hostesses were Mesdames chairman of the arrangement s
Herbert E. Seppler, Joseph Wil. committee and those tab to p 1
liamson, David Bogen, and Phil include Milt on trea mo "Jdism
Smear. xPresidingi at his meet. preachoalsnonte nd LlDai irsch
itroduced the speakers. Jack Illowills talk. A oeial our
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Page Three


The entries for the May Day councilman of Miami Beach eac
celebration sponsored dby the Jun- spoke briefly and stressed t
rquaas theRo~ y ~ynvenangduty of the Jewish women to rel
dens include candidates from is er and pay their poPl taxe
loany local organizations total. Abe Aronowitz. candidate for tf
ing nine in number. Legislature received an enthus
Bede Goldenblank for Senior astic ovation when he arrived. i
gadassah, Slyvia Dreisen for stressing the duties of citizenshj
Junior Council, Sylvia Chauncey he urged the women to see thr
for Beth Jacob Sisterhood, Rosle they and all their friends regic
Cromer for Mazda Club, Irene tered before the closing of th
Farr for Beth David Sisterhood, books Saturday night
Sylvia Miller for the Ladies Aux- Following the addresses a
Mary of the Jewish Welfare Bu-J agreed to go out and canvass a
ress, Bernie Watts for the Senior their friends and urge them t
Council, Ruth Schwartz for the register. A special committee t
Yeddedem Club and Millicent Ru-j direct this work was appointed
bin for Bnai Brith complete the consisting of Mesdames Joe Wil
list of entries. Votes will be al- liamson, Lawrence Sapero, Her~
lowed for each ticket purchased ert E. Seppler, David Bogen, an
and some of the local notables Phil Somberg. Following the for
will count the ballots and an- mal meeting a musical program
nounce the results. jwas presented in which Mrs. Law
Following the formal corona-) rence Sapero was heard in a num
tion and the presentation of a ber of piano selections; th
loving cup donated by Julius Misses Goldie and Sylvia Mille
IDamenstein, the dancing will be- in violin and piano selections
gin with the formal march led by and Mrs. Sam Resnick in a num
the May Queen. A number of ber of vocal selections. Delicious
novelty entertainment stunts will refreshments were served at thr
be presented during th~e evening. close of the meeting.

The Hadassah first annual
Thrift Luncheon will be held al
the Beth David Auditorium or
May 9, and is expected to be ar
outstanding event of the earl
spring. Among the speakers wil:
be Dr. Horton Held who will
speak on "Child Care and Health"
A musical program including
many local favorites will be pre
sented. Following the luncheon
cards will be played. The menu
~to be served will be a typical
Palestine menu for school chil
dren. A similar event is being held
in New York city with more than
two thousand reservations already
made. In charge of arrangements
are Mrs. Morris Dubler, Mrs. S.
Weinthraub, Mrs. David Bogen,
Mrs. P. Somberg, Mrs. J. Will-
iamson, Mrs A. Kleinman, Mrs.
J. Hartz, Mrs. H. Rubin, Mrs. S.
Simonhoff, Mrs. J. Zeients, Mrs.
M. Dpbrin, Mrs. J. Cohen, Mrs.
M1. Schwartz, Mrs. H. Weinberg
and Mrs. B. Kandel. Reservations
may be made by calling any
member of the committee.

The Infant Welfare and J. N'
F. bridge will be held for the ben-
efit of these respective Hadassah
funds on May 18, at the Miami
Beach Golf and Country Club
amt Mes Barey Win nkle aad
assisted by a committee whose
names will appear in our next is-

The Penny Collection Drive fod

.cal AHad ssah is beng pleann d

ue one odr more pennies toe pr

Saturday morning the members
and worshippers of Beth Jacob
Congregation, Miami Beach will
be the guests at an old fashioned
kiddush in the Synagogue immed-
intely after the services in honor
of Rev. Zvi Hirsch Masliansky.
The noted Yiddish orator. Rev.
and Mrs. Masliansky will leave
Mliamni Beach for their New York
home Saturday night after having
spent the winter season in Miami
Beach. During the morning ser-
vices Rabbi Axelrod of the Con-
gregation will speak with parti-
enlar reference to the accomnplish-
ments of the guest of honor.
During his stay here Rev. Mas-
liansky has been heard in the
Synagogue in a number of ap-
peals for various charitable and
worthy causes.

An important joint meeting of
the Miami Jewish Congregation
and its Ladies' Auxiliary has been
called for Sunday evening, May
1st., beginning at 8 p. m. Ad-
dresses will be made by officers
and a brief talk by the Rabbi will
be heard. Reports of the prog-
ress of the Talmud Torah which
is today the largest in the Great-
er Miami District will be presen- :
ted. Plans for the coming sum-

w "Jr. or dsued end n ad upn
Among these plans is the enlarge-

th erctithe o'Pahnalud Torahoand
g ild g vn t ral f ytheoSr a

hase pl dged fund ord he eroec l

Important boardtomeeting is l
*en *el *s cg opes

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P. O. Box 2973
MCiami, Florida Phone 2-1183
Entered as second-class matter July 4,
n9d r at the tPost Offiee8,d Miami, Fla.'

414 Eighth Street
Mrs. M. Schrehnick, Representative

Volume V.--Number 18.
Friday, April 29, 1932

The following sign was found
by telephone company engineers
while surveying in Georgia:
"Trespassers will be perskuted .
to the ful exten of 2 mean mon-
gral dorgs which aint never ben
overly soshibil with strangers and
1 double barrel shotgun which aint
loaded with no sofy pillers. Dand-
ed if I aint tired of this hel raisin
on my proputy*"
A worried questioner writes to
a medical columnist asking what
to do for head noises. Prompt and
decisive action is necessary. If
the noise is the buzzing of a poli-
tical bee, the patient should re-
fuse to run, isolate himself, go to
bed, and wait till the nominating
committee comes.
A court decision in Ohio up-
holds the right of a state univer-
sity to oust a student who fails
in scholarship. Having regard
for their reputations, however, the
universities will, of course, ex-
er~cise the right with moderation.
Suppose that a student defi-
clent in scholarship leaves a uni-
versity before he masters the art
of wrestling. He might go into
the profession ill prepared, wres-
tle awkwardly, and give the uni-
versity a bad name. Only last
week I saw a mat artist, "for-
merly of Notre Dame," who made
me wonder if that school hadn't
been over-rated.
I !
These days when rabbis are of-
ten famous orators, or book re-

all we can promise is to do our
S4. We hereby reaffirm our faith
in Santa Claus but promise not
to depend on him in the pinches.
5- We want the jobs. -
6. The pussyfooters and strad-
dler~s havedab~ade it impossible to
get through any honest plank on
prohibition war debts and othei(
#ital issues but we think the
voters know* pretty much how the
candidate~ stands on these matters
fn what he will do about them
i lce.
7. We evade any 16ng pledges
about moratoriums, tariffs, econ-
omic readjustments, etc., because
we don't know any too much about It
the subjects a nd -the voters I
wouldn't believe us anyhow, but t
we guarantee to brng about the ~
flowing benefits, which, we
t ink, appeal more to the aver- s
age man: 1
(a) Th ree meals a day, if we f
ge thThreameals a day, if we ~

o ). A roof over every man's e
nead and an honest attempt to fi
~lug up any leaks. (
(d Enough jobs to go around, c
f we can possibly do it. a
(e) An honest and sincere ef-
'ort to raise the wage level.
(f) Shoes for baby. l(
r. oeinstpn li lia deflation of u
9. We flatly reject the theory tl
,f a chicken in every pot and a je
wo-car garage with every home, S
-we pledge ourselves to do what
ve can to get some meat in eve- p:
y sandwich and no police court w
ummons for parking the flivver

10. We will try to be on the w
llie with ourselves and with the rt
*bic w
11. We present the above state-
tents and pledges as having come
tom sources which we believe ac- br
urate but they are not guaran- w











view experts or dramatic critics
or economists, it's refreshing to
remember 'the story that harks
back to village life in Eastern
Europe. A Jew who needed the
answer to some ritual problem
came into town, from his little
hamlet, to put his question before
the rabbi. When he reached the
latter's house, he was told ta
the rabbi could not be seen. When
he asked why he was informed
that the rabbi was in his libray
studying. ay
"What's the idea?"' was the
Jew's query. "Do you mean to
say that now is the time for him
to study ? I should have thought
the congregation would have pick-
ed a rabbi who has already finish-
ed studying."
I! !
Tobacco, as I often say,
Induces calm and peace;
From all the worries of the day
It brings *a swift release.
And if a little off his feed
A fellow sometimes feels,
A quiet session with the weed
Will help digest his meals,
But that is not _why day and night
I constantly employ it;
Its benefits may be quite slight
But I enjoy it. '

The game of golf, I tell Iny wife---
As often as I dare--
Will lengthen anybody's life
And ease his load of care.
It soothes the mind, it calms the
So often racked and rent,
And, followed every day, it serves
To make for truth here gives
me pause,
And I, who shouldn't say it,
Confess that I play golf because
I LIKE to play it,

I rather frequently explain
That when I take a drink
It mildly stimulates my brain
If I am forced to think.
And so, when I'm perplexed about
Some problem I have got
~st can't. be readily worked, out
takee a little shot.
Bu just between us I admit
Th without adreservation li
Tat now and tn crave alt
tle stimulation.

Three Jews were seated at one
;able in a restaurant. All three
were very glum and for some
;ime not one of them uttered a
Suddenly one of them broke the
;ilence with a deep sign of "Oi."
The second diner them 'awoke
Irom his reverie and responded
nihaofstl mW h. deeply felt

xThe third di cl thereupon okr
iercely at his two companions,
'Why in the name of goodness
an't you two fellows stop talking
,bout business?"

Two "howlers" came from out
local Hebrew school. A teacher
aes talkinnd t she dls "b

he Queen of Sheba came and laid
ewels and flie raiment before
lolomon, what did he say?"
One small girl with experience,
romptly replied: "Ow much d'yer

rant for the lot?"
uAr teesa lessonothe tea c
,ife into the ark?" Instantly the
eply came: 'Cos all the other
'omen were drowned. .
I I I:
The longer a man remains b
achelor the more some sensil
oman doesn't want to marryl

Friday, April 29, 198


t'a e F ur

education---James Bayard.

The American Constitution, in
harmony with the people of the
several States, withheld from the
1Fededreal Government the power t
citadeltehm of consienc thesnc-
uiaryl of osine the sou;adntfo nc-
diffrene but th su atd nth ifrinite
Spifritce ot eteral truhe might
move in its fetedoml and puigt
an owe i t r.-eorg Banc proft.
and power------e Baco
There is not complete religious
liberty where one sect is facored
by the state and given an advan-
tag by law over other sects.
Whatever establishes a distinc-
tion against one class or sect is,
to the extent to which the dis-
tinction operates unfavorably, a
persecution, and if based on reli-
gious grounds, a religious perse-
cixtion. The extent of .the dis-
crimination is not material to
the principle. It is enough that
it creates an inequality of right
or privilege. Judge Thos. M.

The sacred rights of mankind
are not to be rummaged for
among old parchments or musty
iyccords. They are written, as with
a sunbeam, on the whole volume
o~f human nature, by the hand ~f
Divinity itself, and can never be
erased or obscured by human
povaer- That is what is called the
law of nature, which, being coeval
with mankind and dictated by
God himself, is, of course, supe-
rior in obligation to any other.
No human laws are of any valid-
ity if contrary to this. It is bind-
ing over all the globe, in all coun-
tries, and at all times.--Alexan- ,
der Hamilton.


I had occasion recently to visit
an Ohio city of thirty thousand
people. Its industries are running
onyhalf time, and everybody is
hard up, but cheerful
Funds have been raised to take
care of those who must have fi-
nancial help. And on the second
floor of the city hall I saw an
exhibit that gave me something
to think about*
The women of that city have
ransacked its homes, from cellar
to attic. Literally! They have
requisitioned every old suit, over-
coat, dress, hat and pair of shoes.
Not a single garment has escaped
them. The second floor of the
city hall looks like the basement
of aI department store, and the
piles of goods are melting away
very fast. The closets of the
community are bare.
Yesterday my wife received a
note from our daughter, who is
in a girl's school in New Eng-
land, saying: "Send up all the
old clothes you have. We are
gathering them for the people in
this neighborhood who need them."
I said: "That's a fine spirit for
the youngsters to have. You must
send up a good big bundle right
"But I can't," she protested.
"Why not ?
"I have already sent out every
single scrap of used clothing we
had in the house. As for shoes,
you'll find when you look in your
closet that you will have to buy
some. I looked over your collec-
tion and took them all.
Speaking the other day to a
group of bankers about the mo-
tor industry, my friend R. H.
Grant of General Motors pointed
out that fewer automobiles were
sold :in 1931 than went to the
scrap heap, and that every month
of subnormal production is mere-
ly piling higher the total future
A leader of the tire industry
,old me their surveys indicate that
there are more badly worn tires
,n cars today than ever before.
The railroads are having to use

uhedqu me extni lyugr paioe ~
All this means a type of "con-
umption" which is very differ.
nt' from that of the years 1921-
929. In that period we thought '
f a "consumer" as one who used I
n article until it was a little
habby and then traded it in-
The dictionary definition ,f
consumer"' is "one who de-
trops, one who uses up an arti-
le., *.. i
We are destroying things now,
sing tse upoicom letely.a Thr

E aeod o business in this coun-
When we come to restock! h


("I would like to see the Demr-f
rats adopt a` platform at Chi-
ago tat undsos brief it c ldm oe

1 the s eet inha few minutes."-
1. Wed f. kl ) o
1.W ran ly admit that these

ms trying times, that the prob-
m on ron ing the nation are w
!r implicated and that we do r~
by ahn chey canobe snolvsedarnere- sl

2.t W ouseke.
itset cha Inour 1ca di ae isnt
n ral &man, a Hindoo magic-
niu or alre es, aondintellectual m
3. Realiz'n oey cear.y fht
eare f acinfg tem nadru ha~t c

nor enP ... ..


A Solution for Anti-Semitism?

It does not help to extend the
right cheek, when the left has
been slapped. It does not move
them; it does not disarm them.
They will also slap the right
cheek. It will not help to live an
exemplary life and try to influ-
ence them by one's own actions.
They say: We do not know, we
do not see, we do not hear.
It will not help to look for sol-
itude. They will say: The cow-
ard hides himself. His bad con.

science whips him into solitude.
It will not help to go amonE
them lind offer your hand. TheJ
say: What does he want witl
his Jewish tactlessness and insist
tence ?
It will not help to keep faith
with them as co-citizens and co
fighters. ~They say He is the Pro
teus. He can play all roles*
It will not: help to aid them in
liberating them from their slave
chains. They say: It is his in
terest. He makes his profit*
It will not help to remove their

,po son 1Theyhtn-ew new pos n
and die for them. They will say:
He is a Jew
But what should~the Jews do?
Sacrifice is of no avail. Efforts
at reconciliation meet with cold-
ness or laughter. Conversion re-
pels anyone who has self-respect.
Assimilation is fit only for the
weakest individuals*

Worth While Say-

ings of Great Men

The blaze of truth and liberty
may at first dazzle and bewilder
nations which have become half
blind in the house of bondage.
But let them gaze on, and they
milso Ma ca to bear it.-

Not only shol there be com.
plete liberty in matters of reli.
gion and opinion, :but complete
liberty for each man to lead his
life as he desires, provided that
in so' doing he does not wrong
t.s neighbor. Theodore Roose.

The purity of religion is best
preserved by keeping it separate
from government; and the surest
means of giving it its proper in-
fuence in society is the dissemin-
sation of correct principles through

SThe Editorial reprint in our last
y ~issue "Why I Am A Jew?" by
h Edmend Fleg was taken from the
-book by the name published by
the Block Publishing Co., and we
'are happy to thank them for per-
-mission to reprint.

There is the story of the actor
'who was making his debut on the
!radio. He was painfully and
-painfully ill at ease and faced the
microphone trembling. Is th-th-
this a n-n-nation-wide h-h-h-hook-

"Wy?" gigkle th eanamnouncer
"Because was the retort, "I
want to know how loud to speak.

A certain fil-lum magnate, who
is just the type for pictures, con-
fided to a friend of min'i that his
business was terrible
"Of core eaent lo in
moneyv corse rvonl el ing ou
pro t,' he exp aine "ut per-
sonally," he added, "I am so hard
up I can only afford to smoke ten
Corona Coronas a day."

cozo ane a,"emi' "'eify on, M
insurance company: "Could I in-
terest you in an insurance policy
-say accident insurance, for
about $2,500, covering radio
speeches ?

Yu scowlmat tme ferociouslycnt

My ts e. I don't mind that at all.
(It means that you're about to
fall. )
And though you try to make it
That -I give you an awful pain, 1
I know you're fooling allither tmee* I
I~~~~~nd~~~ s a beki hml
To say I've always loved a brute.
You know I. think you're just tool <

It's cheaper to express your e
opinion than it is to send it by
mail \I




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meicine and surgery. From the Mioin amn aldM s hshl brCak 11 te Jws h !t h rs:wetH a
oitof view of hygiene, the sis- s.amnie wo seri.ves i=si.'f 4t;,o Jer _~id L ;&ysseia Maistehr weeC Barset Cewea. H'Ys tan pan c~ ,wne -d The Sari-Chase~,
trart of medicine and surgery, memory of Jew-ish people as -6~ Be**La': rd -So s-turgrmMse as Isaac Ide and walker J. Jadak Me- o Os. 6tat:c i awks,~
Moses has an enviable position. ratpyiin td,.' so= enl nfc.hdD.Jdhde n18woeM '-rs r n erco'
ueto the local and to the ignor- ,i,, p omsop der.ato aznd phy foist live at- Tr~ osa.. api readiar e sickj during aoi~ great r e rp at.2 Ato tkm the a
aneof those sounding him, Mosesgt siciaune aonideis ",exrie ar L Las A- Y32g*-: toJaam .Mar30 heaow foe jSpCidek istU1 tom- geaiatral, mange ofar th Su
sogt in his prohibitions and di- reat i eceo hisods am a i beLwrci yc Moes' h~iadl uner.see be ars in hscripio Fir ends Fans d .. rwr s~ h
retons to raise the standard and atrpros oeph eae lYkcsZaesh a nhslbr h it@ cso rpryi
ien of living of his coreli-i Medical culture is :"e actherce: C~:ober. 1490. hbor obf haiat* Moo~reharwn Astnet
nists above that of other in- brought by ithe Jhew on Erow a ews hscin h M =a r an nes&t im
abitants of their world. In his medie. Without n their intens~v sough:y _r hr~es k~iep ter~s fath 0rand reamist switl asa a hat ireIkprtment c~~rintr~ 194 w
dythe proscriptions were es- md ic h pnihI- t a ela h nieeupetcnitdo
setilan smeofhi odesciation of values, Jeish physi- ,qg,- e a i ar Caik Toteihbtat fti Ct.ahn drawn zthemical rad a
ar o aluean evme toay hIt has cians soon acquired a true, sees'- when denounce and broht be- fea ae ris ko~ngt Mhors drawn steoam catin. with
benclaimed that the Jews have tific way of looking at things.i foe h Inquisition hegrrs wwaess hBis knowledge and his apab~Y~ilit
bee fre o a umbr o oter-Thus while medical men were sel1 their religiont and statio r~eC~~;~ent Whn y were risited with Te-l- a an xc-tenrt, s he made rapid
wiecommon diseases due to the trfln wihcars mue* i.Mn Jw h had~ kept kw Fem, saintd tes 18 in advanemet bing ap-c
rule of ose, an tha duinsaintly relics and other trinkrets sheir nationality aKC sertwr eta ey Mo oitda he i 9Ai h
epidmicsof te MddleAgestheof superstition, many of the Jew- !bu2rne at the stake in Spoqan cis per ilse obyfrtu inet cpct ew ni 97
weelikely to escaea is hscaswr einn oadPrtgeeAeiadra ea ldcmis political career is marked
Jews were y oe pe. look upon these things with a the 16th and 17th countries. There the good that he did was h ihsces htfwaeal
The institution of the Sabbath certain secret contempt, were few JewFish pho~ician in the muewse o h~iiase death! to attaia,_~h~rpz and clarl k asote-
asa twenty-four hour recess gave During the M6iddle Ages and orsigina thirteen colonies, either Jeihpscassrvdi efoihtdesofaapleee
period of rest to the human long afterw~ards, the lot of the Ibecause of their limited extent or Colonial forces Ph~ilip Mocses eicttra He was deleted a members
mehanism. The utility of this Herw aspyiin a t ete mar opruiisf r*rsed in some radcal~ capac~%~it ohe it CoaaILC in 1980 an~d
rlae has bee recogize agins used and abused. They were re study afforded by the two, achools at Valley ForgE. Dr Nthan as the insPtigator in parchasiat
onl laely by"bi buines-sorted to because of their superior of medicine founrded ont ese'- eyr Dr. lryYp MSr the Bay~ Feat Propertyr where
iet inspection, according to He- scientific attainment. but hard'Y shores. n .Mmn p&or aen iy Pr o
brwrites, is observed today in countenanced for anyr other rea-' TZh first record of a Jewish tion as civilians or military phy- stands HEl advocated the puf-
sthemea an animal, industery. son. The Council of Vienna~ Inphysician in the cokloies is that t Jiirsbrad:ths & L~a ekee of the old Elser~ Pier for
Thestap f aproal "kshe,"1267 forbade Jews to practice of Jacob Lambhroso described as A ~ Mons 4.U Dr. $11000~, but due to a change in
isimitated at this very moment among Christ'ians. Jewish physi- -the"' Jew doctor, a natire of JaCOb de la Moutta Dr. Abrham the form of eonrnment. the deal
by hestap f pprva, In-cians were banished from Spain Lisbon of the Kingdom of Porta- dLenatdsarynda fell threath, but was later ae-
petdand Passed," of the Uni- in1412. Although utilized as galf. He lived in Holland beforre surgeoens and cotiuedia jClto th uird yth Ct a acst.
edStates Government, at every tchrat onplirndSal- settling in Maryland, in which dacmn fmdia cec 3j0
luhter house and point of en-i erno, their places were filled b?' latter place, he buailt up a lera-f Dr. Mdanuel Pilli~ps se~rve as a1 Mr. Chas wa selected Sheri~f
ryof meat, fish and fowl for hu- non-Jews whom they had taught- tiv-e practice in 1656. assistant surgeon during the~ War in 1924, defetatin six candidates,
consumption. The disappro- Athough retained by- pope, pdri- In Georgia, one of the original of 181% jtaking oface Januaryv 8 192A
alsignified byr the expression ices and potentates as personal land grants was to D~r- Samuel The past centay has added the During the four years he he~ld this
Trifha" has its counterpart in physicians, Jews wrere not allowed N~unez Ribiero. known also as Dr. naLmes of many Jews to the list oftwoe be was compelled to serve
he"Colnifikn~ed" meat. to study at European universities N unes. He wfas a wfealhy native Iof prominent phy;sicians. Every tund the most trying conditions
Despite this general advance in until after the French Revolution. lof Lisbon where he had beers field of medical and surgical sci- of anyI Shrff in the Sitate. The-
iediine and hygiene the He- The modern industrial epoch, Court Physician. Warned of an ence boasts of its kwas in medi- od Court House wa demolished
reshad no outstanding single both in the Old Wforld and the imepending attack by the Inqui- icine. Some, it must be admitted, a ndf temporary quurters were
edclman. Hundreds of years Ne,, brought forward a nwa at- sition he gave a great party at wfhen successful, case to be maintained at the stockdad in the
easdwith no figure among Jews Ititude toward the Jew as a Phy his house, escaping wpith his fua- Jewfs. Others dropped Judaism an Noth Wiest Section, req~uiring a
rival the position of the Hindu sician. The example of the stand ily to England, during the testi. order to attain successs. division1 of forCes. The real es-
orenthe Greek physicians, of our liberated American colon- cities. He joined the adventurers In the basic science of patho- tate boom brought a larger num-
hoinclude Rippocrates, the lies in their formation of our glor- to the land and gained the admir- logy, the study of the stree~tarebe o f undesireables than had
rather of MLedern Medicine, the lious nation was undoubtedly a ation of Oglethorpe by his gra- lof organs in disease, we name ever been in our city bfore, show-
Roaswith their penchant for spur to the action of the French taitous service to the-meedy. D~e- IHenle, Cohnheim, Weigert, Trn.- ing the need of a cler handed,
which led to their revolution. The Ispite the protests of the trustees be, Tricker and Pic. fcaparble executive as Sheritt. in
Jew, for the first time since nei in England who thought that the! In legal medicine, eve memPor- spate of these manyUU conditions,
dropped his armour and his glori- doctor should be paid for his serF- able for its Jewish originators--- r.Caeisled mn im
fiction of war, was accorded v ices, Oglethorpe made him aI for was it not legal medicinewahich prov~ements in the office, proba-
W, CE CL WA TSON equal citizenship by Napoleon I grant of land. began in the TPorah ?---we mren- blec the most imrportant, being: the
in1806. Welcomed as co-citizens In Virginia, mention is made tion with pride Caspar, Le~saerorgamaation of the present used
Ottoenghi and Lombroso, the finger print and identification bu-
ANNOUNCES father of modern criminology, Man.
HIS ANDIACYRe-EectAmong the nerve specialists, Mr. Chase in 45 years old and
HIS ANDIACY- RO OCwe have RombergC, Moll and is of a quiet unassuming charae-
reantd, whose name lr well known ter, genial, but with a Armness
for to most of us. that is required to succastally
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aehmrde ipr was ~~ behwd~rac ~ ~jlra be ameral the fetal srAm
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Plllsghr TaE JEWI~ FUIRIDIAN hldsy, Apr

(Continued from page 5)
to skin diseases and it was one of
the functions of the Hebrew
priests to distinguish the dreaded
leprosy from its comparatively
harmless imitators. Among the
world-famous dermatologists1 we
have had Hebra, Kaposi, Neu-


We, the undersigned, Can-
~trs occupying pstons in
the Synagognes of Miami and
Miami Beach, recognizing the
value to the Jewish world at
large, of--he services render-
ed by Cantor I. Kaminsky in
the preservation of Jewish
liturgical music and folk
songs; and of the inestima"
ble vaiue to all of the splen-
did Synagogue music com-
posed by him throughout his
long career as a Cantor, take
this means of expressing our
sincere appreciation to Can-
tor I. Kaminsky for the splen-
did services rendered by him
to us during his stay in
Miaml, and to wish for him
a I~fe full of happiness and
replete with health and pros-
perity* i

Cantor Boris Schlachman
Cantor Louis Hayman
Cantor Nathan Wroobel


mann, von Zeisel and the still liv-
ing and active octogenarian, Paull
Niuna of Hamburg.
In the field of infectious dis-
;ease and the prevention of dis-
ease, than which there can be no
Higher aim for the true physician,
we have had Metchnikoff, Fraen-
kel, Friedlander, Marmorek, Haff-
kine, Neisser and Paul Ehrlich,
the last developing tuberculosis
during his study of the staining
reaction of the germ then recent-
ly discovered by Koch.
In the field of medical history
the Jews have not kept up the
traditions of their race. They
were investigators, translators,
compilers, reviewers, critics and
writers. Among the medical his-
torians are Hirsh, Marx, Pagel,
Magnus and Neuberger.
Heroic figures in medicine,
Jews need not bow to anyone or

Yield a place in the vanguard of
originatorsin medicine. But we
must close. It has not been our
purpose to praise the Jew in Med-
icine, he needs not our weak ef-
forts in this regard. It did seem
worth while in this age of practi-
cality to review the historical
background for the man or wom-
yn in the profession of medicine
among our people. Our heritage
has been a noble one; it is being
nurtured by the present genera-
tion for posterity, carried like a
sacred fire unquenched through
the ages*

An Open Letter

(Continued from page 1)
servaton, from "the air", I have
seen other enemies lurking. Snip-
er's bullets have failed to bring
down an injured look-out. I hope
to report on the snipers, also, in
due time.
I have sacrificed too much for
my people and for Judaism to sit
idly by and permit the structure
to be undermined by the enemies
of Israel within the told, by ren
egade Jews who flaunt their un-
Jewishness in the eyes of the Jew
and boast of their irreligiousity
to the non-Jlew; the leaders, cler-
gy and laity, who mislead and
whose acts bring dishonor to the
rest of us who bear the name
"Jew". Why should you and I
keep ourselves busy polishing the
Jewish escutcheon when these
come along and occupy themselves,



Subject to Denioeirtath Prba
June, 1985

I. s""'=:" o' as.t cord a
sideration. Successfully ser
people as Sheriff of D~ade
from 1925 to 1929. ResE
solicit the support and vote
many loyal friends.
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gleefully, with besmirching it ?
Too long have we suffered to at-
tain a station of honor for the
Jew to permit the result of what
we have purchased, with blood,
to be bartered for a thing of van-
.ity and doubtful honor. I call
upon sincere Jews and Jewesses
to rally to the call for a concert-
ed action to remedy conditions.
The Radoi Synagog will, with the
help of God, continue to champion
the cause of justice. Only clean
hands are wanted.
Sincerely yours,
S. M. MACHTEI, Rabbi,

The Girl Chum say that every
tme a traffic cop gives her a tick-
et she tries to remember that it
is not the gift itself, so much as
the spirit in which it is given,
!that counts.
The news from Finland sounds
like propaganda for the liquor in-
terests. It seems that the people
celebrated the death of prohibi-
tion with a wild orgy of sobriety.
i! i
There are cynics who had no
idea radio would advance so soon
to the point of broadcasting a

dog's bark and who
now on they will l
o ten.

A look of recogniti~
the diner's face as tt
entered the restaurant
"Parden me, sir,"
think we met here
The newcomer shoe
"Sorry," he replir
enough, "but I do spot
"Mayrbe not(" said
"and I don't know you
ognized your ambrelB
"That's impossible,
on the newcomer;
ago I hadn't an ambre
"No; but I had," ca
er's retort-
i !
i "If The Conditions (
,Ibefore then,".says the
flower stan#, "we c
electric refrigerators 1
for coats in this some
I !
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among the biblical chi
Dlaniel was the only r

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I take this means of an-
nouncing to the Citlans of
D~ade County, that I will be
a candidate for Sheriff in the
coming Democratic Primary.

do not personally know me I
requs h atm you ivs is n'
integrity from any citizen
who does know me
Mr. John Sewell, Dr. J. A.
Smith, and Mr. Frank Mc-
Crimmon, who have known
me for a great many years,
capa gn cm ttteoe;cte il\
have campaign headquarters
open in a few days. I will
endeavor to personally see
every citizen of Dade County
bi ens election. I promised if
cal obligation to any clique
or faction and will give you
fair aind impartial law in-
fo ce es spectfully,
(Plre, PozLrrzOAz AoVaarrasarax~T)

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The officers, the employees and all connected with this As-
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the courtesies shown during the Passover holidays and their
response to our efforts in providing them with Kosher Passover

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