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Title: The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description: 63 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla
Creation Date: December 21, 1928
Publication Date: -1990
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
General Note: Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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System ID: AA00010090:00007
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Preceded by: Jewish weekly
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MIt, FLORID DECEMBER S, 1928


Price 5 Cents


*a'",tJ DAVID CHOOSES RABBI.
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Sfhrsfday night
I a unusual scene in'
Spoms ofBeth Da-
itiop when at a
g of thb general
I the entire con-
Sutnanimocy call
to Rabbi I.
I Rabbiatt of
cause of dn-
e4xreiments a se-
S t was in favor
call to Rabbi
e0has occupied
*Bth David for
fobtteen weeks.
eld was sent for
g advised that
desired him
that he had
uaily chosen for
tree years from
1929, agreed to
edged his efforts
Sa "U er and
umber of lada
ere made-by
Mohn Wolf, P.
Brown, Har-
others present


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filmlg to Brook
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alrthias tthe
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President d the Student ,y
for 4iree years during which
time while Editor of the stu-
dent publication "Hadenu,"
he Was the English Editor of
the "For Our' Country," the
official Mizraph=lonjst publi-.
cation. He was'dSao the chair-
man and an active member of
the debating team whichvwent
t6 Chicago to debate withthe
Chicago Theological Semin-
ary. The team led by Rabbi
Weisfeld was victorious receiv-
ing the unanimous decision of
the jqpdge presided over by
Judge l Fisher.
TheI~s at the present
time staff the Day,
one of tlhe ih pub-
lication in contrib-
uting articsh from
time to tibook re-
viewer for he vanguard a
leading literary magazine in
New York.
While in Miami he organ
ized the Talmud Toah which
now has Ave claass* in daily
session, including a .class de-
voted to TYo sB; an adult
Bible class; a Su.nd hool
Teachra Tra,,.g .
Bibihcal history, a aturday
afternoon class where por-
tions of the Talmud are being
taught t in thq original; a Bar
Miti l pay's Breakfast Club
meetingg every Sunday 'mofr
ing, and a larg*i nfimiBer of
other activities.
Because of .his duties and
activities the Rabbi has been
unable to find time for his
favorite diversions, tennis and
Rabi We~dsfr is enagaed
t ;*ias Lillian BRse: p To.
4tnto, a playmate of child-
hUbd'days atd is .expected to
bei marietiA the STIr y


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.OMMWNDEPD
Performance Praised


Onf agaii a Jewish boy
has MBme to thf fore at the
University f 'a iami, iis
time by "poIt bver' te
show. at th. Wami High
School bui Wednes-
day night... $h university
Glee Club s40d and *awed its
wares for th' fis t tiUte and
rqce ied t om natibn of
the musical citia' of the city
for the manner in which it
was put over the Herald say-
ing it w g along
with profplonal precsion."
A W 'y* r tas presented
featurim g th slod Boys, i
which Aa.q) Farr was at the
piano playtg mber of 10s
own compmonIoIs, 4 the
three bors se '5e show
time and -
One of 11e number tat
went -over ith a. bngwas
the chfs* of h t
part "E'Ge* fme." Individ-
ual stdro.sW , W
were_ I( &t1^o WAt


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for his vocal preaentatpiks.
The Farr's f a
baid. of ten pie gave ust
the touchlto the ntin pro-,
gram thva was needed ,to
round oat an eveitg O f well
thought out enioyee the
original burles.ue on sle
Toa's Cabin beldxngpa ly
amiiing.
Aaron is not' new in the
field. of music beit the su-


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IAEN'S CLUB


TO HOLD
NEWYEAR'S AFFAIR


Big Evenlt Planned


The Mens Cjpb of -Miami
will begin the 1929 season
with" a real affair outrivalig
the splendid New Years Eve
banquet held last year.
Those that attended, the af-
fair last year know and re-
member the good time had by
'all The Committee this year
plans if possible to make a
bigger and 'better affair.
There will be twelve course
banquet, and plenty to drink.
No extra charges of any kind
will be' made for crushed ice,
ginger ale, white rock or for
.anything else.' A complete
zitusical comedy show has
been engaged for the event
and will be supplemented by,
indikl"ual va dville acts dur-'
ing tie evelng, The banquet
w 'l begin at 8:30 p. m. and
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FLAGLBT ;SEET ,
MEREJCANT DIJ$
Cm

m mof
Loua Loi 45 Yms o1 age,
a tsp e e thoifrm of A%

iera of Miai, shot and killed.
himself on Monday last qt the
home 6f his umcle, Simon Cre-
ole, on S. 11th Avenue, .
Mr. Louis was a member of
Temple Is ielJames CenCll
Lodge- Masons, a former
comma Battery B of.
the NionaGuard Unit in
Key W ~at in 191 and 1S,
the- Eks Sottih Ste 7ad
Mahi Temple of the Shrintas .,
was ir of i
ing we HdoeMilita~
Aa had beo in sp "i"
di eat.h, and i epmi r to
and mBrs aecor Motlvee pa0
be fudiu# fr the act.
Th. mineral took plae, fro
the Wt. i Co6b"bs Fniema


will last until 2:30 in the
morning. Noisemakers arid" :
everything necessary for a .
real good time will be provid-
ed.
The affair will be held at
the Biscayne-Collins hotel at
Miami Beach and will be a
strictly kosher catered jne6
.provided by the Jacobs Fam-'
fly.
During the meal dancing .
will go on, a band ofAe finest
having been provided for the
evening.
Becauselpf the lack of spear '
only a limited number of re..
servations can be made, and.'
all are asked to make their re-
servations within the next fetw
days to insure themselves be-
ing at the'event of the year.


NOVEL EVENT FI RST:
TIME IN MIA 1l

An event rarely seen in ;
ami was witnessed at the ves
try oopsa of BDOtW, S*/:


Mrs. Stijman of Borough
Park, New York, was e T
ebrated. The couple an
spending their hqoeymoom 't
Miami and beianre Aigous i
quested t*t utey bem poer ,
mitted to celebrate the "Si :
,,Brochor I
traditions at th sagr
whikh was done. RAbiIUi,'1
Ral H. Weit eoiuetou eC
-eremqny wich 'was vi
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Miualaf. tseredjmint
rsd nd a d w abert
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By.&wwihtedtmeatuar tiittrb- mrmen ifnttdlieHiwrn aul r,
iWu*f tt*ininw tc the ymmg~ domu. (iar; iinisisi wonm)
giai ttitr taa *simy otter pitee bnean supenirr amw aniu
off fawish. lIt. Il thwh beam: daughterss' T7e ajjy iits iw
tm f&r gnftdi 'ahie time mO mOltlunits Weie shmadOu ne-
iniman ahe thwtf tthe girt will je w, wffSa!d0] wb
ag t t ti ll~li r i an active an~i anmimial
a t U m imiirti. It is wur dhtm as r-
wMil'SD a WHt83B1w Bafuae ntl- and' afticatns in daildbp)
nel ftunj iar enminmrnent. thnimur neasmn;i hr iimamia-
BF diuht, Auct suppousations tion ard ftitir, andi tn~ haF
wa on tate wholtk jiwtmiftalw titrte eTr will in ti cause off
i mwiitd aoummunuitie p til her oph Wher we ?fl w
titefriodnf i slhoulld seek tie Nuilt iit our-
sA lc em MHxe we bear anMt it. -
Sand artiltenma i ent in beitf and oiat-Emane.'
argeid oomngplatWr iii this Iiahe ave wremnmideredi uramui-
;eathayr, Dagtiuiiflfl f~'f wa- tuafr ite u at/ II ght off ttm
maa Ito ti e a~it gb~ ,. in cimenm? BTs our knWlml
alD ai ailt i aoiuntiir. gils kept Oae Eiun the
imult alttradi ttfr seaar 0l t titWo tniimeta $luti ii lkhani

'BRB itBeiSH an- iite arn- itniriuiitfi s andiW .
igcug wta& ti iictal:y as (sjex ILijeft ftaadalinesi; athirgEdl

tla.t mgii asu oheanaal a Be~w 0d s~f wase isup mottei tg-
tAe ai' aancmilititbr wit tao W t ar felar ant tfteiw t a riietr
d itimnail ligir eMrn lie Hahgntiami L wsisaded imntuatt
nBauift amlautt. hniiu dalitm was- tle Ibtt off tite dinegfther
agd ihlrtfi gfArt asi un tF r waie o atf- a M wmsi ula
-. wftbVoast aw fit mma.. SheAdiutme -alA
seignan der agth esroun; t ttr )e3 fr walk thr fhin i-ai
dit~randiera~ patmifnt*edIIi n IiP ae i-i te i .amig
aedi oWn faih Them is a marrwtt o inat tibe- snwiailu wnaliii.
i~Enr it th*i atfitud. T~Blhe heffwa ts mdmiini am
ik ltnm miatdtler in filih t nio- p tawtirlaI iidant.. T'ivegiwilwlo
ett anti edetastro tmyir tbo doe F wtt wouik ita tite efg-
: uU..es. th inmihrtn npihi tmimi. I.E~stie w~~fty guil lt sei
5Le ibiutselrnn] mant i aoin. "mn mmea F f et airnatftimi a0-
r t tie gil mop ely meant an hw ie t1 temaemit s ui tquPt 0t Fa
aetfhd!i -aponi lit] far tine i at tw. Ao wethdlly cwwft
ligeiousf teaitheracnl tifhe upra tlmei r fflakens anadl alue)
fits. .iti ai twto a. m d Er tiR. D ti ~ Smtfi

S lrdl mtSn iOMe ins rawnt,. i ma at inei. Smitie a-
S thef age at anei-xnd PBF- t liu- s uPa atftei
law s abe taeli f othdy oB ii- nos or s wawft iia



I t-uft Ji tg i. ftl ad ao- mae. maiibwaF
SaniagltiLtfeair ww& isf tpau to th gaagueiffMte wire anul
a Bel (ar still] say tftat itt mrant, A wana wflap Baeh
I ea BDaefr Iar miaa aft ma tumtiI htr o jMiAN
aLMan iirtae daflBaiiilt aiclh ifta3t1 (fff Cay IiBdsu amanrt Be anoa
wesiit, aw i asttw S e* W fiSifA*a tite0r f9il a*d uie ba
llOssagb seeitfarlBfitinf Te Viotstt bWeMW y Wito ie a

Lsa t 9.a s wmanuw tt o r w alal s atlNwts n= wB&ua W aunstt
2r wtite aau-inuug gmntt r giies Boas iopriirn ttODtrti

ts~ a*men A ts il annue, mani Iliin llbespone must
| a. *arBitelsmassau^nld aiide ao neanEt facs four name
l fif ^fih. Blfte nat afn. (ag- 1flB tIefl 1ameh ter gag
| ar"ir t s laus an eanr m-t ea tol atenid w
| eioiidtAels a tanaieof it MAt The aseit nwiih ef t iiaf
a| asions assut e tte**!- .a _thr w ftsa antd wask *oss*a

|~ar& Stl^ bgulatea BRay at santtihiaa(a ge Rtxhed
Lrr ea (slA9 hourteps e Ma wfcy wmag e besi BiesaBP
seem a@ Mwoman aM s as r- emt s gfe am ft.a l a sweaur-


ammes. *J|- f SSf as sad se am ^Jj* ,,A rs *-- -- ^_j|ituma-

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A ~ ~ ~ ~~- IE r- 4eY mllh ALL- ~ PltB


aile aiae cf iemni ehinotb;
tiealt ltduafre wordififl.

ttiagi, wan their own! thaf
mandnumm or-r t that on f tihinb
fdittns th Useen Ibxt- t6W dA
iursalntiiinura rienmced in tunaj
ne. iarW iestnant, indit-
r Humry tthe M&Se. wnork.
ekHbif waont in no pltaem faF
ltse ihidtlbiiate thft ahifiatb
*titelhsandt;fithi mahadiutrtmt
ItRt gijtl whito findt I ie&ar
unita ffr Uf tn 1 ne of ttnee( e
unufniittmK types, must fut-
lrn shtoulttar to the wheel a ale HEf anntteit to liveasi a
hineaetntt im tiie Bant &ijcar.
wiThdiht inresa 'utarW to tork
dufiminR pat o their livnet aund
gfi urt a- of their lives
tk must- ht B Pepared. tOn M e
Wa lliel~unditi. jatunaily. gnidwk
who, am iiientg dent tfinaP-
eiiall;. wttoanntiibute 1-n tfte
naimtlEaiangn of the home. tan-
not u e t l ati t like girl wrio
am so rmiU R likte househfniW
lfbritan TI ey olmnnt be o-
gntegd' t at!b uo dobile in belief
anci action as tit girl whio luw
.nowr uhad' tt mniake her way in
tie woritt
It i4 (f mn' utL to deplnuw
womanak iajtdlkatua and t-o
normi iii dandMnte ft iU tf ef
aaEult (If gnnditirns. [V must
be- taiken initb conirteractiin
whier edhcatnns are tibrmuiat-
irmw idltah ardi ihunminr gpro-
gmnmm of wa and itiitudy. W4a-
mar needi s e idimor mnre than
evwr ietaom WTlIout the faith
an2t comfItI afeOf rriFwed -+piuitk-
ual energy tdint true- rieigPiu
SffiSBe te weary andi tlfe
jieaByv.esaitd,. woman must
OW. wefa feta teat t-
eat iii ana agoe f hiftifng
stmndEdi and!i (nfiting
iihaili. if wel! nrijit imnsup
enatibh. iCar we Wahmacd- tie mn-
dkat n wsoma for etigstinf tite
ft-y ukatk that ffigmheme c ast
hadie ftheffr? Wht hafr matt
ABi'U t g&inf been tanghtT th a
rnee ir a, fkdew kBaers"' a
se8w- iibalca sfnriist some i n
gsithimm ofn ail Brt tffinro
aem a bttteT Ame t-t>s tlhe
weisUningf dfiatt wK3 finiashf
WaRtsO of Ifteafiter 1feam tha i
(d -t16iMNea nt Mr 1fmmfe mindA.
aff 8nfittMine anid sttimrtiina
fisr te sOgiiitt? Wioll thbefis MD-
Bdead"iB I, (if imfftriDinm
DBsem tafise tor sole tltke prub-
*emKf af t& um lndMo waftming
gjirl Botfe whfen ithe iiff aingit
a of wtfl ft ia nwna iM mk'
ambu iif.?Btia An ( tffl gihtIuac-
tiBBli if alwsfflD. uLmr spria maur
auflae ai carIfaS seiif~li iouas

gent. A IBSB heanr daahe esr
a Sgadinbr salmil diluea i not
(meitfiirDit Wtrfe tsdnt ntot opr

Bage aftHOs, fium Ife tmasiiitr-

aagter awee tiaae samhauriaam
siie daiF acthiaaa ase tor nI-


Wh'o at tle nnaimity for
judfaiBUal ttrsiraihtn ng HKt ar-
pRt? It ie a aBMeft poEBu
the s imil h Ber tUeens it ffilfeiiB
eetfhea or w as ae,. Bt ir-
~matinmgt m v'w.=wwgvvx
1 B I.M. M non- e aut r e v
&ecponfiriture Wh At
7--r .c .. =b. a ml-- "M16 &.
se se rd sensenses and seems
hmd Im h- MIaEL&% wCHo
sj ^cl~qg wi die
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Our-) vin are iubwaysi LiU.
which "h e .+pecrr ae4rs t h& liar
anWHioInI wadla4 .rt!faJtily 'o
arted ones aand rih matter
races.
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,i I' ppie may he eqal e u-
ftire te r leaw iMt nt be tore the
motIuh ir-,n-lar

(-Dwtzn a f'ilard a nd you're
a deaid-hpat jwore ten thouA-
lad and y re a frinae ier.

'i a urpinkep arty ifeverty-
body has a oidu time.
S
A. irf in kve m in often un-
ahle to' expres hoer thoughts,
bu~ it ~ differe-nt after mar-
wage.
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You can find all kinds of
peApi in the world except the
girn wtho eer really walk
h ~a from a ride .


toM t* ds without a great




wisea4y than their mothers
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Net tio makinBg a sale the
mcit Orea~ant experience is-
srilleRMiiEgr the money.
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No, idea is worth much un-
lks a firt class man is back
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Meot of u fear our friends
mre than our enemies.
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No, exprwinM of the human
sfatiifi quite so fine as the
^ anfaMfia ad goo work
WkkM mtss i" stin the dis-


good
to be
uime


If esqpeiimee is a

a Dt brigterr by Wthis
t we appear to be-


Every a 1
heir bban&d




him khe* dfe teaf hih i
ried ns l


I don't sua II
people wo NUput op a- i-a
ant fight far
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It's a lowg tiime imCe u
.seen a roewt Ictor,


. Money
thing but
thing.


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In expectiDn t e Ib
life we often Aisn s meo
sweetest joys- ..
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Often it wmld bi be ttei
the speaker w u I ruiuamn
for dullness istu d et rel
ing the audience fr i
tion.. -.

"Mary," said the t
of the hose, "I a up
lie down on the *i e fWo
an hour. Cm at 5 o'
if I happen dn
you ?" -
Some tine ater ae
-up sudden th ,de
strikiau. It e
S"Miary" i
didn't yo aB
- Mary um
"But
"you disti, lty
call you if ai
and when Ilanh-k bt
hadn't drqnd off p mr3l
were lying the
fast asleLa


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The Sdaml"
er, after talge
ittle ones
goge and I
the hdoyth b
turned the
asked, "W hat is
bright bitter
httd- "Wetv
er, the a*k fi i
tbep ba *3i


G_ Ew bid~ge! When It w9 MI
Palk"l ett tired #b chatting first mwtand
seams i bt *aScmh tIa heede S






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oafus &Sim ti.. ._ ph. we m the te. Z
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It s
al iexpedil
g jbis charming
| :that appear
p6ewish press, if
Phae : in' Ameri(
Mip u market
I .k ,u past th
rptivee Bank (
st St. Paul's, i
t Exchange, wh
Petticoat Lan
d6a 'of this lane ths
while- still an'
ool teacher in tl
wrote: "Wh
Comes to ta
lldierf of Israel
krmised Land, they
epr to the strains'
re l Left Behind M
As we walked thro
bad Lane, lined wil
rts and eager gesti
brchants, with their
d daughters also in
ce,. Cost told me
tricks of these sui
rs. tha make the
nppers there rue t
they so eagerly
me.,
The glove stunt is t
mnon, according tc
Et. Because' of ti
tmtities of un
ve,- the East En
ts tried to bring 1
ion of wearing d
gT6ves. This
vertised odd pi
lw rate or spei
|thoue who match
tofeaps on the pI
A result, in the
tot e fonings, eao
e fek around
matching
are' always
td .tthe '.eatli
Ol eckafit wn
'y 5 ia8s one leg
wear then
njis not unlikely


..oj e $. ... t -," .. .
f.eare these
tr^^-ei.^.


., stalls, they areput on sale.
Suits and coats are not sold
hire very much, because the
f irms who advertise that if
A, the you send your measurements,
htrogh- you can have your suit by re;-
"Ghetto turn mail. Just then we passed
b t the great nothing emporium.
Sby the A large sign: "Valentine, the
ucow or Clothing King." .Besid it
igtit. of was his trade mark--a ad-
ny first less man, carrying his head
"East under his arm. Althout
eied a hardly a pleasant trade-mrwk,
eemed a nevertheless, it lingered in the
tion, for .memory. ,
i Ghetto It seemed surprising, as we
Sin the elbowed through the crowds,
s known that not a word of, Yiddish
ca. was heard. Always the cock-
ad "Ald- ney accents of the stall-hold-
ie staid, ers and their women- folks,
)f Eng-' sometimes the clipped, precise
past' the Oxford accents of the pur-
ere the chases. Petticiat Lane, as
Sebegins, far as its language, might be
at Zang- any corner of London cater-
obscure ing to bargain hunters and
he Free cut-rate merchant,.
ien the When you see the barrels
ike the of -herrings, adjoining a dis-
to the play of silk underwear, you
will go suspect there are people of
of 'The Jewish persuasion about. You
Ie"." thread your. way-through the
ugh the stalls of glass-ware, pastry,
th push- spices, furs. Counters where
culating men and women sip coffee, eat
ir wives prunes and cream, or ice-
attend- cream--larger portions on
some of cold days to encourage the
ave ven- sales. A sign offers a'bar-
unwary gain in stuffed monkeys.
the bar- (Costa explained stuffed mon-
r carry key as a confection of which
English pastry-cooks are
he most proud. It is a biscuit made up
Smy ci- of almonds, raisins, candied
ieir vist orange-peelk spiem. and.-.cur-
matched rants) A man wearing a cap
d mer-' and gown reads your charac-
back the ter and tells your fortune for
different a shilling,
failing, 1But this section is no re-
airs at a lation to what we New York-
al prices era familiarly and fondly-con-
ed them jure up as our "East Side.'"
ish-cart. The hustle and bustle of the
.gey of pushcart and crowds, the wo-
ger cus- men with children in their
d- with arms and one or two hanging
r levels. to their skirts, 'the gesticula-
rs cheap ting in jargon, the bargaining,
Sual to the luscious fruits, the saVory
r folded pickles, bearded patriarchs
uipe up munching a sweet-corn, the
missing. rag-tag children crowding
i the about the ice-cream an4 wa-
jrouwill termelon stands, the shrill
4ith sev- cries of the women leaning
(id arms out of the windos, the eager
hrinkint crowding, the. homely Jewish
phrases, the bargaining, give
vendors off an over-tone of Jewish liv-
are albp 4ng that r. aks Riverside
qell you Drive and Park Avenue coma
shilling, in their limousines for a sniff
ky hlfI of the atmosphere they once
.. .re breathed.
e dAll thin seemSilos t in Lon-
Sy ~don-towjn. Thj Btastnd does
n conj not seem typically Jewish in-

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SWe are In Whitechapl Past Chancert Lane, where
Road now, the widest in Lon- Tellson's and Teomple Bar once
don. It is All paved and stood, past'the Lord Mayor's
lined with the limousines of House, with echoes of "Turn
shoppers from the West End. again, Whittington, Lord Ma- e
"Yes, there is still the" bte yor of London!" ringing t
nighted ghettO," said Costa thru the twilight that was
with a smile. covering Londoi-town with a
The upbillding of streets mantle of mellowness and me- t
and public buildings swept mories.
away most of the courts and '
alleys of that section explain. *The Various Gods of The
ed my guide. "Wih that, Jews
much 0i the communal life J
departed," he remarked. "For- "The Gods of the Jews... ",
merely it waB so congested in my friend began.
this neighborhood that ten or "Is there not only one God
twelve people lived in two of the Jews?" I interrupted.
rooms, and most social life "Sh'ma Yisroel Adonoi Elo-
overflowed into the courts itnd heinu Adonoi Echod!" V
streets.". "The Gods of the Jews," he
A touch of Jewishness as went on, "are sometimes sev-
we passed Barnett's an attra- eral. Let me tell you about
tive, three-story kosher butch- the Gods of Mr. Shabbosdeck- t
er-shop. From this shop, the el. Do you know him?"
Prince of Wales received his "Do I know him? I knew
first kosher joint when Mr. him when he didn't have any-
Barnett bought Snowdrop, thing but the pack on his
the Prince's prize bullock, back. Do I know him? I knew
Here Queen Victoria, so runs him when he lived on a third
the story, came one day for a floor in the tenement house E
taste of kosher meat. Even around the corner from the (
then, as I stood in the cool,. Partick Street Schule.'"
well ventilated building, Iobh "Well," my friend contin-
qerved many non-ews pur- ued, "then you know about
t
chasing joints and roasts. Mr. Shabbosdeckel's remark- t
The proprietor wke Amazed able, rise in the world of corn-
and amused when I remarked merde and finance in our city,
that the hot-dogs looked appe- about his elevation from the'
tizing. tenement house to the Engish
"What does that mean?"he manor in the beautiful suburb
asked, of Glaneden, where he has a
As I pointed to the rows of Japanese butler and a hot- (
juicylooking frankfurters, he house in.which he grows ha- *
laughed and,said, "Oh, Vien- nans for his table in the win-
nas." He asked me to.repeat ter time. He.is, s you may
that funny name--' b-- know, rapidly advancing to-
what was it?" for his clerks ward the rulership of the h
.treIdoor T eob .in ustry. of Amer- i

lave for Vienifas. already, one million doorknobs E
I was glad when Costa halt- a week."
ed before a restaurant bearing "I well know all of that," I
the Kosher sign.i The tramp observed. r
through the Lane and the ap- * d
petizing display in Barnett's "Until Mr. Shabbbsdeckel be-
were working against my ci- gan to be a figure in the dooru
cerone's bankrool. knob industry he was a mem-
It was a typical kosher meal, ber of the Patrick Stet
from chopped liver to roast Schule. To it he was bound
chicken. Stufflo money, ac- by food sentiments dating
companying tre tea-wth-le- back to his4 beginnings i*
mon, remind dp me p the America. There he had sat'
sliced almond bread ni6thers in the last seat on his fiast
-always had "for toipany Saath In the land. Indeed,
only," .at "yunt e' ttm~ But lon Afterward he liked 's
the surround tmdiaif~ times to sit i that'same seat-
white table clot t, duter of reveling in mellow memories.
flowers, soft' f&oted Witers, "It tiine he had become one
music. It might ha ee4eenthe of the pillars of the eoQme
Astor Roof fort. lf y of at- nation who could always be.
rto heand- e fith-: deper dedto purchase one of
Mo tramping aft*rlnh- the hooRs bf the Torah. Mr.
eon. This t through the Shaab eae always said
forbidding of that he' would be content to
Black Lion Yd, m ..,
the shadow: ij jti .. '
Church. A b-iotafe Eta Beauty Shoppe
Alaidti this 'sf lrfl 'drieei- Fae
mo dg behnmte- *and iiiap;r~on
doiwa that I~ad;f .lN. s4wm v
-fan. It seeded ue : 4I ,,,e *..
p ltoi t ... f- ..w..i'i. -* .. ''
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die a member of the Patrick
Street Schtle. -And so be
could but for bis daughters.
"As soon as they were old
enough to know the fashions,
they began to admonish him
about the Patrick Street-
Schule. It was quite no plake,
they said, for people their sta
tion .of life to be seen -ip.
Didn't -M r. Shabbosdeckel
have any sense of dignity to
be seen mingling with these
people.
"Where there is God there
Is dignity'," Mr. Shabbosdeck-
el answered solemnly.
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"'It is so old-fashioned'," -
they told him.
"Mr. Shabbosdeckel's indigo
nation rose at this.
"God is old-fashioned for.
;hem already,".he said.
"Your God is not like ow.
od," the precocious ecbpsb
replied. "Our Ged is modsi5
He ..."
"There is only one .God"
hMr. Shabbosdeckel thunder d
ie was the God Mr. Bhabbos.a-
deckel had known from his, "
childhood in Russia whose'
'ommandments he literal '
,beyed even to that day,pu*
ing the law as a frontlet e;;
ween his eyes and upon his '
nn at prayer every moof-..
ng.
"But the upshot awa that .
n the end Mr. Sh
became a meniber of the So
of Abraham Toempe Wl i :"
Sman to do tagaint.the
luasions of three. 4 hth 5
Besides, Mr. Siabb
ime had be to feehat
Lis sending itf the
loorkniob ut 4 4

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U~aarts, obiM
withouttany
Si affiliations.
fciiar whces,
atheists and who
Ved a religious
*et to'a Catholic
-4.iko ss her prol
nitely, .this wo-
ieto adviseher and
.er: 'to a0 Jqwish
A yery' healthy sign
Mat a overwhelm,
ty f. the 'girls
to'~~b e in God,
be tght to pray,
Sbe convn ce4 that
pinesslay in leading
e. They wanted
that ,would appeal to
i~ect. -They wanted
hf*ith that would satis-
.f emotions. They want.
i problem of Juda-
niitigeiqly presented.
wanted ;openly" and
S: discussed problems
as; Why should we be
to u inherited faith.
is itermarriage harm-
.f 92 girls that I ques-
I38 either had had ab-
ly, no training l, and
t these girls can rfrom
ipt 'homes. Five grls
- bi~d drecei ed a e
a from their r-
il girls said they did
wWe training. But when
e qnsider that six
MaSuni4ay school at
Ef seven, and a pri-
eapWhefor a.summer or
wowa' considered "train-
Snitut t be' appalled by
rl Otibir"of -girls who'
gfor college or
orid without a
background of
e.Stfaith. Can we
stee rle will
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the indifferent


4 n tbbli^eve. Any nwuia' Q ttd dobtro-wnthtften. n ightY
.a l .at.6 thavt. to v-cv lolt "d.o. ter-"' laugh wit disction :* le
o*ikrpk atsii again fado ritying .th t:, ..-, one's sympathies flow on un-
t, the d desire t om e, th i ra llea' wa restrainedT .
;i-fl ee I t te rely. No joking, people, I'zh mis-
t to rey lponh yet the "Don't b cow ," r6e ekable, and I don't know what
feat Uf beffirZ Yooled' ., .the t1taif "Itf e itsay to do about it either---'
C oun understand what-f Jew ere, leothn sta up ."Some jea for Miss Edith,
th ltn ub when I opened like a man ail4idmit it Euphrosia,"
y ra yetlooc? That wa# ~' rtitul th bw y thiS "Good old auntie anodyne,
just thq beginning.. l9Vt insolent chan To be sure, the fountain of youth boiled
9p hat'terrible strife, thro- he was no mchtfor the towj nt a'cup o tes- l.
.uh th .Jay rough tle ering m .o.tp t h.t acfal I permitted myself a little
nh neve ay g prioe e ~ the uof fMn, ad, ugh at my own expense.
i p' ve, t tr omet ie decided tiC hfs life o.: There was no gainsaying my
S fg. I waf t to believe,. th honor of his pebpte. Be- o'clock tea-
but I c afraid to.- sides, his best g was sitting 'You don't complain of be-
Such ;ae the thought of nd4to*him,fn he wanted to ng miserable anymore,
our grls 'of fotep,' fiiee o show her that)ie was a brave ow-"
and sixteen. h Wi t v' ma) anda proud Jew. "But I am,'Im alright herd
hn nd rifr nhe am a ewT blurted o t among m own kind, but I'll
s Tem gnor t te; rave co-religltont of Da- never be the same out there
sue ? These gil~are the f vid, asl rt from his seat (to 1e continued next week) -
ture cities, of JP.i These. pale as -a godt, 'glaring de- .
girls eie ta uMrJuture m sth& s.. fiialtft t.he, blaspheming-
Ts it~ight thi'a we should let Goliath,."I aIn a Jew;'whrt of We will but what you
them suffer in silence? It is it?" don't need and
our duty to 'e confidence, -Well; if you are a ew, "' se yea what you need
our duty tn c enesaid the c us. International Trade
to .t .heM~r s fj the step into .the nex car.
,dotbta and fira that con- You see, today is th anni-an-d Exchange .
sume their arts, to show versary- of my. fher's' 142-146 N..Miami Ave.
them way to spiritual' death nd I- wat to say Cor. 2nd St. Pl6ne 20311
e dnderstandinPar 'Kaddisha But' -there are
peace and understanding. Par- only nine Jews in the other
ents shouldinsist upon the re- cart anl I need one' more Jew HA DDRRINGT
ligious training of g s of' to make a 'ninyan.'. I am rIA IN
hiih-sehool age. Revgi ~ afraid before I', get to the ELECTRIC COMPANY .
schools should ilake every Bronx all Pe skpagogues wil C.A
fort to attract the hig.- be closed. 'c r R- -.
schpo girl. It is not to our -o N. E. Third St.LPhone 7116
crelfif ven a single girl Ovet04 e Tea. &-"
should go astraj seeking the --' : ___
rway o-life.. By-ZMIRA CARMEL .. :
.Throughout American Jew- Z King
ry, let 'a -bbath be devoted In Flynn life was. a, ilels- Un t g Co.
to the ep m af the young ant mootony'tKat is like the g o.
girl. Let tbbi point out to lullinamintibVcea .flw- 29 N w TIRD AVENE
it~a nibeers of their congre. ing alng wit te strea.A n ..THIRD AV
i ei lty that the at ;d -e -. .- -- ... -;-^M ...a -
relirece.iv 'igioQ:i train- chants one into a lassiude
ing that will help her to ad- that is not without its note'
just.herself to lifi. Let us en- of poignancy as an adlrtant.
courage. the girlr to attend movement brings.to .minOi ,the. WHY BUY NEW PART
services arid, claes Instead possibilities of a' ipIl. is -
of courses.oin Jeisil ph9o 'like that,there-in this tiny .
pby and medieval Jewis li- etropoib nestled in the Mt
terature excellentt a -the, mountains of t, :AIeghAues.
right time hd in .*;(e .rgh tOne mtoment y sitbed*re' A.T. WUD PC I
place), let groups b formed the open fire d ao s a up I TU YYAJ .
purely for theM. die o of of deep contenern i the 'ext : N
problems of life he lght you ,are in the f$i oo of I
of rliginm. & ,tnse classes human movement HAS PARTS F
let te aoaere :be warm concern . a ITo.m ... !m k fia, ,f, fi_ r\
and concil't4l a let the teach- The $est of tMHeAS..o" PARwTS t .
er be So arsep hetic;and un- literally curmisd-b i,
der 4t ng, that ,thw girls the bri e ga ; e
may need. feel that the Soneri,.our riA d -.
Law a ,.. ,. 9Fli. e tothews ent t"jchelor ""
tha r __p Hayms. the Mrs.~ l -PaRB
t of- our vo ia.bs 'ls ., r L AWN
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FIiendship Edague was held


at its temporary headquarters
at Temple Irael on last Wed-
nesday night and a large num-
ber of members attended.
This marked the beginning of
the administration upder Har-
ry Goldptein, its net pr&i-
de't. "After the brief busi-
'ness session, the usual danc-
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Beth DaVtid t :
grant Education." .
S The usual Fridar night sev.' Thineeting was pteeded t6
vices will be held at the Beth over bv.;rs. Benjsaimin Axel- oi
S David Synagogue, Rabbi Is-. road, thi President, who in-' d
rael H. Weisfeld preaching a ,troducbl Rabhi Israel H. m
sermon on "The Test of Weisfeld of BetWlDavid to de- H
ai" The usual congre liver the, invocation. Rabbi Al
Faith." The usual congrega- Weisfeld $as followed by the aI
tional'singing will be had, and Presidsfel Beta David, Mr. eb
Cantor Morris Shoulson will J. Loufi -hock who wel- B
sirwsevgal solos. Comedy th Co il to Beth te
The Junior Council.'f Jew- DOvid er
ish WoAe$ will be the guests Du e b iess portion or
of the Congregation on Friday' ~, no ~rmi portS sh
night and a speech indicating nt"resen clu~g the res a
the work of the Junior Coun- brt the Committee who an
cil will be made by one of its distri d, Thanlsgfving has- io)
S representatives. kets tB t needy. A rising m
The Adult Bible ClaA and ,bte o 0 ks was iven by sp
the Bar Mitzva Boys Break- the dC to ll who had
t Broxitri to ths worthy en- BU
fast Club will meet as usual terprir i list of those con-
on Sunday mqpnings. ributiu having been read, ca
and th press was asked th
: Temple Isrgel to conv te thanks through H
' -s'| Z its me S. 1
S Friday night service 1 be Af ter e business and edu- th
eiyitev 1 tional: oram had ben ee
held as usual at Temple Is- national ogram had bhen G
rael, Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kap- lute where refresh-
I n deliverin a sermon on were refre so
S 'he Place o Sorrow in Hu- cents eein
man Life." The choi' wiled
sing as usual. Beth David Sisterkh d ne
The Open Forum will be
temporarily discontinued un- The w l card party
S Sunday, January 6, 1929 glve4 by Beth David Sis-
eause of the absence of terhod eld at th home
t- '. Rabbi Kaplan from the city. of Mrs ary Shapiro, 2281
The definite program for the S W. 28r street, last Monday
'. Opert Forum will be Innounc- night. Assisting her as host-
ed later, esses were Mts. Louis Hay-
SAbbi Kaplan is leaana to^ Ean, Mr. 9. Kraft, and Mrs.
ligious School in eMacll a ilto Weiner. There was
attenderence o e uite a largegathering and
I the eppo d t h e priet wet won YMrs.
e w l" tidian. Isdor n, Mrs. I. Tanen-
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bCmm of Jewish Women

he Council of Jewish) Wo-
ihen held a well attended
: meeting in the auditorium of
n It celebrated
t Day. A splendid
proam n was present-
S d to trtas oef Mrs.
S romer whp was in
the 4ueical Aum-
SJamesa K. Bisset
Beautiful Stch
and was accompanied
piano -by Mrs. Clair
en Weintraub. Several
'.other musical numbers were.
rendered after which there
w~s a reading by Luella Wal-


boum, vrt. Lewis Brown, ana
Mrs. J. Katz.
On WpdAesday morning the
* sewing circle met at the home
of Mrs. Jake Engler to sew
for the Bazaar to be held for
the beefit of the Talmud To-
-rah. P sonretiime before
Puprim, A lare. number of
the mmbr fo the Sister-.


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aUnder the auspices of Mrs.
enry Settlin,' Chairman of
le national Fund Committee
f the locqfhapter of Had-
tssah and her committee, the
members of the local Junior
addassah conducted Nation-
Tag Day laSt Friday to ce-I
rate' Maccgf ean Flag Day.
bcauseof tie.va'st piount of
rritory neepsary to be cqv-
d the drive whs coritinul.
Last Mond4y. The returns
low that ral- work can J)e
complished if only one tOes
id the members of the Jn-
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endation for the splendid
3irit in which.TAg day was
successfully carried out, "


Ari intensive membership
mnpailn will be launched by
e Ha dabsah on National
addasah Day January 26,
129. t will be the object of
ie membership committee to
roll e6erk Jewish woman in
greater Miami as a member.
Definite plans and the per-
nnel of the teams conduct-
g the drive wil be anuounc-
I in these columns with the
ext few weeks.

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