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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
April 4, 1930
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Frequency:
weekly
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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Vol III-No. XIV. Miami, Florida, Friday, Mff it 1930 Price 5 Cents

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To My Way
Thinking


by
Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld

...Twenty.four hours before
he first of April there was a
ad scurrying to and fro in
dia and probably more mar-
iages were contracted during
hat short period than during
ny similar length of time in
y part of the world and in
ny specific period in the his-
ory of the world.
For on the first of April,
law, considered relentlessly
arsh by the vast majority of
he three hundred million
indus was to go into effect.
his law prohibits the mar-
iage of cldren or babies. So
e Hindu parents "made hay
while the sun shone." Bride-
rooms were rudely snatched
way from an exciting game
f marbles or from the serious
manufacture of mud -pies;
rides were peremtorily com-
landed to abandon their dolls
a heartless fashion and to
ash their hands and face
and to scrub behind their
rs) for they were about to
e married. Better still.
qualling infants were given
titles to quiet them while
e marriage ceremony was
ing performed. For, was not
ie. WUitrW:- rfbe d
urging, unemotional Eng-
shmen soon to become ef-
ctive? And was not this
ad law obnoxious and repul-
ve to every loyal Hindu?
id it not strike at the very
ots of their tradition and


The "cruel" law was passed
Sthe legislature at Calcutta
september, 1929 and was to
come effective April 1st,
)30. This law restrained par-
its from marrying off their
lildren at a very tender age
I heretofor. Henceforth the
minimum marriage age for a
rl is to be fourteen and that
'a boy, eighteen. It is also a
misdemeanor to marry a
Laughter to a tree. To an Oc-
dental the latter may sound
Ily but in India where there
e many more girls than
,ys born each year and
here it is devoutly believed
tat every girl has a soul
ate preordained, it is a daily
curence for a girl who has
At obtained a human soul-
ate to be married off sol-
Rnly and simply to a tree.
'his custom prevails only in
rtain sections).
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Imagine, therefore the cha-
in of the natives at the
azeness of such a law. In an
re when "Might is right" it
better, however, for the
dak and unorganized to sub-
it peacefully. and in a
cile fashion and save its
ce. So every parent of a
arriageable son or tighter,
ich, roughly speaking,
meant children of six months
over, hastened to ayve
em lovingly eanehed ly
e holy bonds of matrimr y.
The Hindu believe in early
Tiages. Marrying o ehai-
mn anMd. mtefat, is
e REDUCTION AD AiBm
(Continued on P ge 2)


Winthrop W. Aldrich chosen presi,
dent of the Chase National, now the
world's largest bank, is a son of' th<
late Senator Aldrich of R. I. and bro
th,.r-in-law of John D. Rockefeller, Jr

Miami Attorney Is
Re-Instated Here
The state Supreme court
last week ordered Bernard
Gould, Miami attorney, re-
stored to practice following
his disbarment by Dade Coun-
ty Circuit court several
months ago.
Gould was charged with
"breach of trust" in a real
estate transaction. The Su-
preme court held that, the
charges were insufficient to
sustain the action of the low-
er court in prohibiting him
from practicing law in' Flor-
ida.
"To justify disbarment,"
the opinion by Justice William
H. Ellis said, "the alleged
transaction should be of such
character as to show not
merely a civil liability or duty
of the accused to account to
his associates in the transac-
tion, but should clearly charge
an act of bad faith so cor-
rupt and false as to constitute
a criminal action so unprin-
cipled and disgraceful as to
be reprehensible in a high de-
gree."


As we are going to press a
well attended meeting is in
progress at the Beth David
Talmud Torah Auditorium
and a "Chevra Kadisha and
Bikur Cholim Society" is be-
ing'organized. The objects of
the new society will be the
providing of men well versed
to take care of the rites to be
performed in the preparation
of the Jewish dead for burial.
It will also provide a volun-
teer corps to visit the sick
and where necessary its mem-
bers will be on hand to help
take care of and keep the sick
company during their con-
finement.

-Mere Name.Does
Not 'I er' Meats

New York-Isaac Kosher is
being prosecuted by' the dis-
trict attorney for lack of an
apostrophe and an "S" on a
sign on his delicatessen win-
dow reading "buy Kosher
meats." The district att.ney
msintains y is violating.
the .aiiwy mis representation
t y er tt


SImarriage Is Sur-
kL prisee to Friends


Miami's younger Jewish set
was taken by surprise last
week when the marriage of
Hyland B. Rifas to Miss An-
riette Wansker of Jacksonville
was announced. The young
couple met here several
months ago and as a result
of a whirlwind courtship, the
two decided to get married
last Monday morning and
phoned the immediate mem-
bers of the family and several
close friends to meet them at
Beth David Synagogue at 2
p. m. when Rabbi Israel H.
Weisfeld officiated at the
wedding ceremony.
Miss Wansker is a daugh-
ter of Mr. A; Wansker, prom-
inent in the Jewish life of
Jacksonville where she lived
until she came here to pay a
visit to her brother Mr. Wm.
Wansker a member of the law
firm of Lipnitz, Meyer and
Wansker. She was born in
Jacksonville and attended the
public schools as well as Du-
vall High school and was an
active member of the Junior
Hadassah of Jacksonville.
While in Miami she soon made
a host of friends.
Mr. Rifas is a member of
le
and Abstract Co. d has been
a resident of Miami for the
past five years. He was born
in Chicago, graduated from
the public schools, and the
Senn High school of Chicago
.and attended the University
of Chicago and the University
of Miami. He is a member of
the Kappa Nu fraternity. He
is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Max Rifas of Chicago, and his
father is one of the most ac-
tive in Jewish communal and
religious circles of Chicago
where he has lived for many
years.


Little Rock; Ark. The
state Supreme court in an
opinion rendered last week
held that the Democratic
party primaries, may bar
Negroes, and that such action
did not constitute a violation
of constitutional rights. The
court held "the Democratic
party is voluntary political
organization aqd ,as such has
the right to establish its own
rules regarding participation
in its affairs.
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Hon. John J. Parkerof Noorth'Caro-
lina, successor to the late Edward T.
Sanford, is at 44 the youngest judge
on the Supreme Court of the U. S.

Jewish Boy Helps
To Win Victory

Aiding greatly in the suc-
cess which enabled the Miami
High school Glee Club to win
first prize in the State High
school contest at Tampalast
week was Milton Friedman of
the Senior class of the High
school. Milton is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Friedman,
and attends the Beth David
Sunday school where he is a
member of the Teachers
Training Class. 'He is also
president of the Bar Mitzva
Boys Club at Beth David and
was the first president of the
Sinai Club at the Miami High
school, which he helped or-
ganize. Milton plays the
piano in addition to his vocal
abilities and comes of a musi-
cal family. His mother has
been heard at a number of
local Jewish affairs.

Arbeiter Ring Ap-
proves Campaign
At a meeting of the Work-
mens Circle Branch IArbeit-
er Ring) held last Tuseday
night at their meeting hall a
resolution to endorse the Pal-
estine Workmen (Gewerk-
schaften) Campaign was un-
animously adopted. A corm-
mittee to help the campaign
and to lend its aid in the rais-
ing of funds was appointed
consisting of Dr. A. D. Hal-
pern, A. Dock and Leonard
Barr, all well known Zionist
workers of the. Greater, Mi-
ami District. The campaign is
scheduled to start the first
week in May and will wind
up with a large mass meeting
at which Dr. Uriss of Pales-
tine will speak.


Temple Sermons to
Be About Balfour

Next Friday night Temple
Israel will listen to an address
on the life and works of the
late Lord Arthur James Bal-
four by Rabbi Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan. Mr. Harry I. Lipnitz,
prominent attorney and pres-
ident of the loal Zionist Dis-
--trit wil speak along the


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wards the establishment
King Peter Forest now !ag
lantIed in Palestine.
bb Je.S his a Mrl.l


Beth David Holds
Weekly Services
The usual Friday night ser-
vices will be held at Beth Da-
vid beginning at 8:30 p. m.,
with Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld
preaching the sermon on
"Half to Heat and half to
Worship." At the conclusion
of the services the Rabbi will
answer a number of inquiries
that have been submitted to
him regarding the usages and
customs of Passover.

Damaged Safer
Torahs Interred
Minneapolis,Minn.-Amidst
an impressive ceremony such
as has seldom been witnessed,
the Holy Ark containing sev-
eral Safer Torahs (Holy
Scrolls) were given a funeral
in accordance with ancient
Custom. In a fire which oc-
curred last week most of the
Shaarey Zedek Synagogue of
Minneapolis, Minn., Wasw de
stroyed aid several Safer To-
rahs and the Holy Ark in
which they were contained
were partially destroyed. Last
Sunday all of Minneapolis
Jewry : came to the Jewish
cemetery to witness the inter-
ment of the Ark and the Safer
Torahs. Eulogies were deliv-
ered by Rabbi Levin, Rabbi
Dr. Max Romm, Rabbi Silver-
stein and Mr. Aaronson of
Beth El Synagogue. Psalms
were recited and the Safer
Torahs contained in the Ark
were interred in a specially
constructed grave, while the
large audience wept bitterly.

Privy Council
Affirms Decision
London.-The Privy Coun-
cil, the highest court in the
British Empire today rejected
the appeals of a number of
Arabs sentenced to death for
having murdered Jews during
the last August riots. In af-
firming the decision of the
lower courts, the Privy Coun-
cil rejected the contentions of
counsel for the Arabs who
contended tnat Turkish rath-
er than English law should
have been followed. L
Dunedin, McMillan and Tn-
kerton who comprised the
committee of the council said
"The court connot entertain
the appeal without., violating
the .very principles affecting
procedure which have govern-
ed our methods and procedure
for many years."

King Is Donor to
National Fund

Saoniki, Jugo Slavia Sat.,
Mar. 80-King Alexandr of
Jugo Slavia today contributed
three thousand dinar (fe.) to-


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either nrf vmio im was L hibbtiji his pUpi, A boy of
eigitee stpei m tahe stage and beS tv piay, A buh
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h eam n -aB A bit indigDant- Was thii0 coolness bT.rDn Of
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Imut youthh' T 7he hera did not leave him long in doubt,
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will. Sn f he o these Iwho performed less well tWday you
will iar from later. But be-no. He will be a fiddler- It
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Michae ps hugee mimal painting of the Last Judgement,
ahich the friend "had the opportunity of seeing very near,
and was aftonised at the minute finish of muscles and nerves.
finfied flik a iniature" No detail was too small for the
artist vbwse ahouiders wre bent by the long effort of fnish-
ing hit im- mrial pietm'es under the dome of St. Peter's.
Bo&ti. the raet actor, was never satisfied. One night,
after a perforrapne in whiub he seemed to the audience to
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mediocrityA a happier state are debatable questions. But
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN


THE JEWISH

FLORIDIAN
A weekly newspaper published at
Miami, Florida
by
The Jewish Floridian Publishing
Company


652 S.


W. FIRST STREET
Phone 2-8745


EDITORIAL STAFF
J. LOUIS SHOCHET
A CHOCHOM
BEN DOROM
A. N. ASHER


Distribution
Jews


of the
in the World


It is almost impossible to
ascertain the exact number of
Jews in the world because
there are few countries that
take a religious ,census of
their inhabitants. Statistics
show, however, that the ap-
proximate number is fifteen
and a quarter millions, about
a one hundred and twentieth
of the entire population of the
world.
This is a very small propor-
tion, yet there are some peo-
ple who are so saturated with
anti-Jewish feeling that they
fear that the Jews aim to be-
come a world power.
This is the largest Jewish
population in the man y cen-
turies of Israel's history, and
during the past nineteen cen-
turies they have made re-
markable progress in every
way. At the time of their con-
quest by Rome in the first
century they numbered about
four and a half millions and
during the middle of the sev-
enteenth century it is believed
that their numbers were re-
duced to about one million by
disease, massacre and bap-
tism.


Although the Jews are of
Asiatic origin they are found
at present in the largest num-
bers in Europe, where they
number about nine millions
which is threef-ifths of the
entire :Jewish: population,
while in Asia they number
only about 700,00, which is
only one twenty-fifth of the
entire population of the whole
Asiatic continent where they
had their origin.
The number of Jews in the
new world, which was discov-
ered by Columbus through
their material aid, is about
4,6 00,0 00, nine-tenths of
which reside in the United
States. Their number in Af-
rica is 528,000 and in Aus-
tralia is 24,000. The city of
New York has a Jewish pop-
ulation of 1,900,000, which is
the greatest number ever con-
gregated in one city in the
long history of Israel.
During the past thirty
years there has been a vast
redistribution of the Jews in
Europe and America owing to
the immense migrations from
the former to the latter coun-
tries due to persecutions in
Europe, especially in Russia,
Poland and Roumania.
Our c o religionits are
found in every prt of the
!!;ey art o h


world. There is a small Jew-
ish community in the Fiji Is-
lands and other lands of the
Pacific. It is a noteworthy
fact that they settle in the
cities, where they can enjoy
industrial and educational ad-
vantages, but one of the main
reasons for selecting cities is.
that they can follow their re-
ligious inclinations.
As soon as their numbers
permit, Jews erect their hous-
es of worship and religious
schools and buy a plot of land
for a cemetery. As soon as
their financial conditions per-
mit, they erect hospitals, or-
phanages, homes for the aged
and various other institutions.
Within the last thirty years
settlement/houses have form-
ed a large part of their activ-
ities.
The Jews have a strong de-.
sire to congregate where their
co-religionists are and that ac-
counts largely for the con-
gested Jewish centers of pop-
ulation such as the ghettos of
New York and other large
cities. The power of adapta-
tion possessed by the Jews is
one of the reasons for their
being scattered all over tlhe
globe.

Our Bourgois Love of
Liberty

(Reprint from Bnai Brith
Magazine)

This new Russia scoffs at
religious liberty as a bour-
geois obsession, and in order
to uproot religion it has taken
to itself the manners of the
old- oppressors whom it pro-
fesses to despise.
While seeking the good
opinion of men for its social
-experiment, it alienates the
good will of mankind by such
a denial of fundamental hu-
man rights as has not been
seen elsewhere in the modern
world.
Even the stiff-necked were
beginning to look upon the
Russian experiment with tol-
erance, if not with sympathy
Me were saying, "After all,
if these Russians can build for
themselves a new society, it
is not in the hands of other
nations to interfere."
Nations that had stood
aloof entered into diplomatic
relations with the Soviet and
where there was no actual re-
cognition there were friendly
dealings that amounted to re-
cognition.
But such friendly opinion
can not continue among peo-
ples that themselves have
fought often and dearly for
religious freedom, who count
its possessions as their great-
est political good. They can
not look with kindly eyes up-
on a land in which the prac-
tise of religion has been made
almost a stealthy enterprise
by persecution.
Soviet Russia is isolating
herself again. If Russia boasts
of a new society, it must know
that 'round about it lies a new
world in which public opinion
is more vocal than of old,
which is sensitive to political


wrong. So in one weein m
Rome the pope is heard pro-
testing against outrages in-
flicted on religion in Russia;
in London, the Archbishop of
Canterbury protests; in the
United States, the Synagogue
Council of America, the
American Jewish Congress,
the B'nai B'rith, the Metho-
dist Church raise their voices.
(Continued on 'Page 5)


Old Farm
Ambition built a barn one
day,
And Pride built a house,
But Time nibbled them
away-
That great, gray mouse.

Lichened stone and twisted
sill
Are all we now see,
But purple liacs burn still
Where Love used to be.

The merging of two biscuit
firms with a combined capital
of $13,000,000 reminds one a
little of a bride's biscuits. Al-
most too firm.

The young lady in Pennsyl-
vania who shot a policeman
for a thrill may be positively
electrified by something the
state has in mind.
*
Flaunting modesty is really
immodesty.
*
Horse sense is psychology
without being analyzed.
*' *
It isn't Satan that makes
you do so, it? It's a gland.
Wisdom hasn't much to do
with a love affair except to
spoil it.
*
We want the whole world
to be civilized and have ice
cream soda.
There are men who are so
afraid of their wives they'll
eat lettuce.
*
Liberty implies not the ab-
sence of restraint but the pre-
sence of order.

A man's mind sometimes
runs to the contrary; a wo-
man's always does.

To youth a rainy day is
sixty hours long; to the elder-
ly, hardly noticed.

Only the dog had sense to
make friends with man and
secure his affection.
*
The brain, says a scientist
who made a chemical analysis
of the human body, "is rich
in tin." That is what we hear
rattling so much when some
scientists talk.
*
Howell-I have to "punch
the clock" at my office.
Powell-Well, it has hands
and can strike back.
*
Two laborers were sunning
themselves in front of a ware-
house in Tampa, writes a cor-
respondent with the base ball
team.
"Wheah yuh ahl is frum ?"
asked one.
"Ise fum Maine."
"What paht o' Maine is yuh
ahl frum ?"
"Main paht o' Miss'sippi."
*
Legal parlance is often a
bit over the lay head. For ex-
ample, why is it not the pa-
trons who are charged with
"maintaining" the gambling


house ?
One of life's little games'is


to see how polite you can be
when you are annoyed.
*
Our neighbor's sins are not
so exasperating if he doesn't
make a spectacle of them.
*
Psychology is nothing at all
but the old-fashioned faculty
of sizing up people-yourself
included.

The silent fisherman is the
most successful. Girls should
remember this when angling
for husbands.
l
Butter and axle grease look
alike to the man in love.
*
Don't expect to keep your
friends if you give them away.
*
When any one steals your
umbrella it's a sure sign of
rain.
*
It matters little what a man
thinks just so he doesn't think
out loud.
*
Many a man's character is
formed before marriage-and
reformed after.
*
Every married man has a
grievance and so has his wife
until she becomes a widow.
*
Many a man is in advance
of his age-and many a wo-
man is several years behind
hers.
*
Remember To Forget

An ad I have before me,
From a recent magazine,
Of a school for mem'ry train-
ing:
It's one we all have seen.
It pictures, very clearly,
The compartments in one's
brain
Where one may file impres-
sions,
One might care to use
again.

The picture holds me spell-
bound,
And the text is full of pith;
Yet I have one objection
That I must put forthwith,
The scheme is very clever,
'Tis a cabinet filing mind,
To hold the gems of mem'ry.
But what-of the other
kind?

Were I to draw the picture
Of a brain for daily toil,
I would provide a basket
For the evil thoughts and
spoil.
For why should mem'ry har-
bor
Things that happened long
ago,
That hold no briefs for
pleasure,
And can only sorrow show ?

A pigeonhole for this thought,
And for that a cabinet,
A shelf for thoughts of virtue
But for thoughts one
should forget
I would supply a. basket
With a lid as dense as lead,
And burn, each day, its
contents
On the ashes of the dead.
*


Cholly Chapps-Yesterday
I was in the company of the
one I love most.


m GLOOR

CHASER
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There is nothing
than flattery that
flatter.
*


flatter
doesn't


Some people are pleasant to
talk to but unpleasant to lis-
ten to.
*
Beauty is only skin deep-
and the same may be said of
freckles.

The ambition of every un-
married woman is to make a
name for herself.
*
When women kiss each oth-
er it means about as much as
a tombstone epitaph.
*
"This merger thing has
become a national problem,"
remarked a local economist
last night, as he picked up
the wrong fork to tackle a
pear, pineapple, cheese and
walnut salad.
*


"So N(
Teddy."
"Yes,
ring."


)ah is engaged to
I recognized the


Jones was the' idel hap-
band, and it was seldom that
he let a chance go by to- im-
press the fact on his wife.
"What would you do, dear,"
he said, coming down to
breakfast one morning, "If I
were one of those husbands
who get up cross in the morn-
ing and slam things about,
who read the newspaper all
through breakfast and don't
say a word, and then complain
because the coffee happens to
be cold ?"
"Well, George, dear," his
wife sweetly replied, "I should
just make it hot for you."
*
Too often a beautiful wo-
man is admired only for her
beauty.
*
A trickster is merely a man
who gets the best of a trade
with you.
*


Every
few care
ine.


man has a past, but
to use it in their bue


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Mr. Pstunge Yes itWs
I'm surprised, you don't g4
tired of being alone so much!.

Freddy-what is an iceberg
Daddy?
Daddy-Why it's a kind of
permanent wave, son,.
*
Mr. Goodsole-Cadger tells
a pitiful hard.luck story.
Mr. PstUtnge 'Yet, it's
quite a touching tale.
i
Mr. Knagg-Doctor Trim-
mer tells me I'll have to go
somewhere where I'll have
perfect peace and quiet.
Mrs. Knagg-I always did
mistrust that doctor. Now
he's trying to separate us.

"Some people thirst after
fame, others after wealth,
others after love," said the
romantic young man, with a
sigh.
The object of his affections
was not in the same mood,
however.
"And there is something
all people thirst after," she
said.
"Yes?" asked the lover,
eagerly.
"Salt fish!"
*
He-"Why do you give me
only one date a week, Helen?"
She-"Oh, there are half a
dozen reason."
*


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Mr. B. Hirshfield iwh
pent the winter "f r f here
left for his home in New York
last Tuesday, on the S. 5.
Erangeine.
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Milton Friedma, the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Win Fried-
man returned to Miami after
having spent several day in
Taimpa with the Miami High
Glee Club.
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Mrs. Mollie Green the sLs-
ter-i-law (of Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Friedman, returned to
her hmome in Flatbwsh after
'pending the winter eamon
here as the ho)Ie guest of the
Friedmans.
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Mrs. Max Zacker and chiid-
ren Ruth Lllian and Murray
Jay left for their home in
yBrPorJ n last Tuesday wo the
S. S. Evangeline, after hav-
ing qpent the winter eason
as the guest of her brother
and sister-in-law Rabbi and
Mrs. I. H. Weisfeld. Whie
here she was the guest at a
S number of functions in her
honor.
Mrs. Ben Watts is visiting
in Clearwater, Fla., as a dele-
gate from the Miami High
School to the Convention of
the State Parent Teachers
Association.
S *
Due to an error it was re-
ported that resolutions of con-
dolene were adopted by the
council of Jewish Women up-
on the death of the late Dor-
othy Bloch. The resolutions
were adopted by the Sister-
hood of Temple Israel.
The card party held last
Sunday night at the Talmud
Torah Auditorium for the
benefit of the Library Fund
was both a financial and so-
cial success. A number of res-
idents and tourists attended
and a nice sum was realized
for the Library Fund. A spec-
ial room is being fitted up
and already a number of vol-
umed have been purchased.
Prizes were awarded the high
scores at each table, and the
raffle for the cake was won
by Meadames Nathan Adel-
man and Mrs. Van Gelder.
The basket of groceries do-
nated by Mrs. Van Gelder was
won by Mr. Wm. Friedman.
Ah the cakes used and raffled
were donated by the New
York Bakery. Hostesses were
Mrs I. H. Weisfeld, Claire
Solomon, J. L. Shochet, Van
Gelder and M. Rubin.
0
A very solemn ceremony
was held at the unveiling of
the tombstone on the grave
of the late Max Schaff last
Sunday afternoon at the City
Cemetery. A large number of
friends of the family as well
as relatives assembled to hear
the services read. A brief
euloy was delivered by Rabbi


L HL WeiaeM, w ro offiirate
Cantor L HIL Pekarky chai
ed the -K1i Xoa acmim
ad Mr. C. Grefct erg recite

Th. mary friend* of Mi
H. Y. Wakcrf, the popuk
rwner of the Star Meat Mark
et WIII be p easarti surprise,
Ut keari of hiA iAamr ae ias
Tuesday to Misa Sadie Barn
ett, the daughter of Mr. anx
Mrs. JoIepI Barnett of Ne
York City. The wedding wa
;Aslemnized at Beth Dari
Synagogue of which th
groom i a member and Rabb
Israel H. Weisfeld officiated
The couple will make their
home in Miami, taking a wed
ding trip immediately after
the piasover for several
nonth i during which time
they will visit friends and re-
latives in jtafahusetts, Con-
necti ut and New York. Dur-
ing Mr. Waldorfs absence h4i
bruiness will be conducted
here as usuaL


The Wedding of Miss Bar-
bara Greenberg. the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Green-
berg of this city to Mr. Jack
Greenberg of West Palm
Beach wa:s olemnized at the
horr.e of the bride 460 S. W.
third street. last Sunday night
in the presence of the im-
mediate family and a large
number of friends. The bride
who wore a beautiful gown of
white flat crepe trimmed with
orange blosomis, it n iwhite
horsehair net descended the
broad stairs to the living
room upon the arms of her
brothers to the strains of Lo-
hengrin's wedding march,
played by a sister of the bride
Miss Mildred Greenberg. The
ceremony was performed by
Rabbi Lsrael H. Weisfeld of
Beth David under a beautiful
white satin canopy, decorated
with flowers. She was given
in marriage by her father.
Unterfihrer were her broth-
ers and sisters-in-law Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph and Nathan
Greenberg. A sister Miss Bet-
ty Greenberg was maid of
honor, while Mr. Harry Isaac-
son a nephew of the groom
was the best man. After the
ceremony the party went to
Berlin's Dining room where a
dinner was served to all the
guests.
Telegrams from all parts of
the Country were received
and read. Among those who
came for the event were the
sister of the bride Mrs. Frank
Zohn of Boston, Mass., accom-
panied by her two sons Milton
and Murray. The couple left
for a honeymoon trip through
the state of Florida by motor
immediately after the dinner.
They will make their home in
West Palm Beach.
Advanced pupils of Hannah
Spiro Asher, pianist, and Wal-
ter Grossman, 'cellist, present-
ed an ensemble program
Thursday afternoon at 4:30
in the Civic theater.
The program was "Con-
certo in C Minor," first move-
ment (Beethoven), Mildred
Greenberg with Hannah Ash-
er at the second piano; piano
solos, "Prelude" (Chopin),


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Ma:rr.a- of Misj- Claire l'u-
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Sitmn of Charle-ton, S. C.,
March 17 at the Robert Clay
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Friday, April 4, 1L
money, is being announced by
the bride's parents Mr. and
Mrs. A. Rubi
Matron of honor was Mrs.
Aaron Farr and Morris Rubin
acted as best man. Daring the
-ervice Miss Rose Mary Ger-
aon sang and was accompan-
J,-d by Aaron Farr at the
piano, who played the bridal
marches.
Following the ceremony the
couple left for a motor trip
through the state. Mr. and
Mrs. Simon are making their
horn in the city, where they
have many friends.


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corated birthday cake. Dr. A.
OCIETY D.Halpern was toastmaster
kSJVc and reviewed the life and ac-
-- ...-..- tivities of the guest of honor
in his usual inimitable man-
(Continued from Page 4) ner. Among those who spoke
Honoring her daughter, and felicitated the guest of
Mrs. M. Klein, Mrs. S. Levy honor were: Mesdames Seit-
entertained at her home, 209 lin and Slavita on behalf of
Hialeah drive, Thursday. the Womens Club of the
Workmens Circle, Messrs. El-
Mrs. Harry Oliphant and kin and Gilman on behalf of
son Elmer have left Miami for the Arbeiter Ring; and the
an extended trip North and Missess Elkin and Lazar on
will stop' for some time at behf of te pupals or the
Norfolk, Va., where they will Workmens Circle and Mr. J.
visit relatives. Grohman of the school. All
visit relativespoke in the Yiddish.
The Sistehood of T e At the conclusion a beauti-
The Sisterhood of Temple ful morocco bound set of the
Israel will hold its regular complete works of Peretz
meeting on monday, April 7, were presented to the guest
at 2:30 p. m. at Kplan hall of honor on behalf of the
and will be preceded by a Workmens Circle, the Wo-
Board meeting at 1:30. The man's Club and the Children
election of officers for next of the school. The guest of`
term will be held at the reg- honor.and Mrs. Dock both re-
ular meeting. The report of sponded feelingly and voiced
the nominating committee their appreciation for the
shows that the following have \honors that had been show-
been recommended by the ered upon them. Mr. J. Groh-
Conimittee: For president, I. man led in the singing of folk
L. Rosendorf; 1st vice presi- songs and a number of instru-
dent, Herbert E. Kleinman; mental selections were given
2nd vice president, D. J. Apte; by some of the guests.
treasurer, Si Mendelson; re- *
cording secretary; Ben Watts; Miss Betty Garfinkel of
corresponding secretary, I. M. Philadelphia is the house
Weinstein; financial secra guest of Mrs. Albert A. Sei-
Henry Bulbin; auditor, J den in her home at 2370 S. W.
Lewis; directors, J. A. Rich- Fifth street. She will be an
ter, Heny Williams and J. attendant at the Wolpert-
Davis. Nominations may also wedding on April 6.
be made from the, floor. All eddn on Ai .
members are urged to attend. M. D S
Mrs. Davis Silverstein of


The Council of Jewish Wo-
men will hold a regular meet-
ing on Wednesday, April 9th,
at 2:30 p. m. at Kaplan hall,
at which time the proposed
amendment to the constitu-
tion wilLb consider _d.
V
Dr. Uris, the noted author-
ity on Palestinian conditions
will arrive in Miami on May
6th and will spend that day
and May 7th, in Miami on his
way to Cuba. While here he
will deliver a lecture on "True
Palestinian Conditions of To-
day," the exact place and
time to be announced in these
columns shortly. He is coming
here in connection with the
Palestinian Gewerkschaften
campaign.
*
An event that will long be
remembered will be that of
the banquet which was ten-
dered by the intimate friends
and associates of A. Dock on
the occasion of his fiftieth
birthday anniversary I as t
Sunday evening at the Pala-
tial hotel. The guests were
seated at a horse shoe shaped
table which had been beauti-
fully decorated for the event
by Mr. Fagan of the Palatial
and was surmounted by a de-


Birmingham, Ala., is visiting
her brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. David Letaw.
*


land, Ohio, was hostess at a
luncheon-bridge for 16 guests
at the William Penn hotel.
Among those present were
Mrs. Leo Handel, Mrs. How-
ard Stevens, Mrs. S. Morris,
Mrs. Joseph H. Zucker, Mrs.
J. B. Rosenbaum, Mrs. J,
Lieblich, Mrs. A. Levin and
Mrs. Elizabeth Bergman of
Cleveland, Mrs. Lewis R.
Stark, Mrs. J. C. Barach, Mrs.
Ray Scheinberg and Mrs. M.
H. Rosenman of New York;
-Mrs. Max Wieser of Kew
Gardens, Mrs. Maurice Weil,
of Atlantic City, Mrs. J. Wolf
of Chicago and Mrs. Jack Ge-
scheidt of New York. Mrs.
Lewis R. Stark and Mrs. Max
Wieser assisted the hostess.

Mrs. Sam H. Tobin is a pa-
tient at the-Jackson Memor-
ial Hospital where she was
operated upon last Friday.
She is now convalescing and
doing very nicely.
*


Event of interest to a large
circle of friends will be the
marriage of Miss Helen Wol-
pert to Irving E. Greenfield,
which will take place at Tem-
ple Israel at 7 p. m., Sunday,
April 6. /
Miss /Ruth Krieger of
Brooklyi, N. Y., cousin of the
bride-elect, will be maid of
honor and the matrons of
honor will be Mrs. George
Wolpert and Mrs. Albert A.
Seiden. Lewis S. Cohen will
be the best man.
Miss Wolpert has chosen
for her bridesmaids Miss
Bluma Crockin from Norfolk,
Va.; Miss Irene Farr, Miss
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Ruth Bryan Owen Oratori- LJaura ~Uomo1U rgI -rU1 'UII
cal club will meet at 2:30 p. (Contiued on Page 6)
m. Friday, at the home of
Mrs. i Wein Our Bourgois Love of
W. Twenty-seventh street. Li rty
Miss Helen Farkas will be -
chairman of the meeting. Mrs. (Continued from Page 3)
Herbert Scher will talk on
"Our President" and Mrs. The Soviet authorities ans-
"Our President" and Mrs. The
Weinstein will review "Stran- wer with specious pleas. This
ger Than Fiction," by Lou is i a conspiracy of the capital-
Browne. Current events will istic nations.against Commun-
Browne. Current events will
occupy the remainder of the ism, they say; this is the
afternoon. At the last meet- bourgeois attack on the pil-
ing held at the home of Miss lars of the new society. Thus
Farkas, speakers were Mrs. J. they use the protests of the
Gerald Lewis and Mrs. Sol conscience of mankind to their
Lutsky, Mrs. David Bogen was own political ends.
chairman in charge. The very oppressed are em-
played against them. Because
Mrs. Ray Brostoff, who has among the Jewish leaders of
ben visiting her daughtero Minsk there was found cer-
been visiting her daughter, tain correspondence in which
Mrs. Louis Druckerman, left tain correspondence in which
last night to return to her they appealed to their breth-
last night to return to er en in America for help to
home in Ne wYork save Judaism in Russia from
annihilation, numbers of
Dr. Howard Litkin, physi- them have been arrested.
cian at the Jewish Memorial They are charged with coun-
hospital in New York City, ter-revolutionay activities
has joined his wife and son because they maintained il-
at the Ocean Beach, hotel, legal connections with organ-
izations abroad. Their plea
Mrs. Jessie Scher of Cleve- for justice is made a crime.


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W. H. Combs Co, Estab. 18N
coBS FUNERAL MOM
Phone Miami 3210i
1U9 N. I. sd Avevo
MIAMI BREACH KFUNRAL SON
Phone M. B. 5-2101
U1t WMauMNt Ave.


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1 ers .ae? to be Edward Cc La.
Jerry CoheB start iasta g
S and Max Goldstei. hie 'two
S flower girk wil be Shirle
reenfield. ier of the
goam, and Bett Leaw.
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Mr. and rsm. kubin 3J. Wo-
f tpernity rofther fbr de
Mr. and ill sing.
ieneption to filflowrlthe wed-


mont': George Woil bt A.e ei-
Kaplan hall and receiving
with the bridal party gilln be

pert, parent of tdhe bride;
Mr. and Mrs. ChiarleE I
Greenfield. the gr~om'E paE-
ent's: George WopIer.. A. Sei-
den. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Greenfield and Dr. and Mrs.
S M. Ghertler. Invitations to
the ceremony and reception
have been sent to W90. A wed-
rig tri to, Cubia will follow
.thte eemony. \
m. Pauline Scheinberg,
Mrs. J ame Schwarnz. Mrs.
.a'is Brown. Mrs. Sam Aron-
o-ht, Mrs. Max Ghefrter. Mrs.
H. Barry Farr and Miss Irene
Farr are among the hostesses
who have given partieE for
the bride-elect.
A bridge and dance was
giver by Friendship League.
Wednesday evening at the
ceubrooms instead of the reg-
ulr meeting.
Gertie AJbbott and Wiltor
L~fi wo' the mighe': score
for :he evening. Alice Eoth-
szeir was awarded the con-
solatior prize. Dancing follow-
a: a late hour. The next reg-
ular meeting will be held in
the club rooms of the League
next Wednesday at 1:30. All
are invited to attend. The
next Board meeting of the
eIPI wfl be held at the
home of Fred Platt, 0 S. E.
Fourth street next Monday
evening.


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Bere is a topi that peri
I hall therefore speak plain]
rather would I warn. with al
summin: bi&sn the narcotic dr
I am told that thee poise
school of our land-chiefly m
the world bas had itB narcotic
fields of Asia have been active
and- wumten. D a-91ers
where: the profits are fabnlou
League of Nktionm is the hope
I have seen a morphine ad
one day to kill sixteen men!
make a liar and a thief of a
fill a book with experiences in
ning of 4dope-fiends."
Morp*inism towers above
Pike's Peak towers above the
I have ever known a confirmed
the habit-- mighty good rea
as you would shun a viper.
I have seen young men v
the seductive narcotic, land i
good-will of both relatives an
reap the intolerable suffering t
to secure an increasing supply
For myself. as a physics


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of one of thae dangerous_ thiI.p, nw. g img a d
c erned a& a to w hat I d eduIrm u I a 54
brlnprl a deadly habit. The
the finest on our Federal srtatte -lain I ane is being
enforced as far as brave and dIary iM e a nforge;
but the cunning of the silent victim M am pra qo-.
canny, Eternal vigilance is the price of it y!

BHGAINE5,M.D.

ts no "beating about the bush." W Ced
yr, with no intent to wound,-
I the vehemence I am able to ix
ug as you would a rattlesnake! Bi. o r
ms are invading even the high-
rphine and cocaine. I know that RE TIO
c problem for ages; the opium- i
in producing "living dead men" E PIAY
ae coursing the seas every-
--a ednmand unceasing. The Fr
of our own people.
diet take enough of the drug in
The opium habit will invariably
honest man or woman. I could ,
Stealing with the devilish cun- D pit itns 3
alcoholism as a demoralizer, as ---
low foot-hill. I do not believe Paid Policri A~ nent
d opium addict to be cured of .,. A d. '
son for avoiding the first dose N -


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