The Jewish Floridian

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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:
April 11, 1930
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

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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University of Florida
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AA00010090:00059

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Rev. Daniel A. P o .l D. Prer
ident of he Waodi d'hrtin Bn-
deavor Union, who iM the House
Judiciary Committee that modern
young folk are not the drunkards
they have been represctd.,-

Noted Orator to
Speak Wednesday
At the insistence of a com-
mittee of prominent social and
communal workers of the
Greater Miami district Miami
will have the distinction of
being one of the few North
American cities to have the
pleasure of listening to the
noted orator Dr. Urias, for-
merly of Poland and for the
past number of years a resi-
dent of Palestine. Dr. Uriss,
whq married a South Aimeri-
can girl, was an ardent Zion-
ist ..r114 VES
birth bat i.ubme- q tly emi-
grated to PIteMa ~reU he
soon beams 4e S of e most
active weui r dthe "Histad-
ruth." He irtmwa as an ora-
tor of ex--pdeaal ability and
has been a favorite of the
South American countries at
whose request he made a spe-
cial trip from Palestin.to dis-
ctlss conditions in Pilastine
today. On his way north, back
from his tour of South Amer-
ica he will stop in Cuba and
then stay over in Miami to ad-
dress a mass meeting at the
Talmud Torah auditorium
next Wednesday night. Elab-
orate preparations are being
made for his reception and in
addition to Dr. Uriss,4an eve-
ning of exceptional cultural
value is being prepared, in
which noted singers and in-
strumentalists will partici-
pate. The committee.in charge
consists of Rabbi Israel H.
Weisfeld at chairman, Harry
SI. Lipnitz, John Wolf, Baron
de Hirsch Meyer, Dr. A. D.
Halpern, Leonard Barr, A.
Dock, Mrs. L Buckstein, Mrs.
Henry Seitlih, Mrs. M-. D
Kirsch, Miss Rose Wary Ger-
son, Nathan..Adel:lan, M.
R o s e n, Max Kupferatein,
Louis Weinkle. A meeting of
the committee t, w tl b .Mld
early this week, swileh time
the final reprlathii6for the
important meeting will be
made.

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A ,lVMcEIIIrl -ner Seeond Annual
chant Dies Here REGISTER! Seder Celebrated
Mianii Jewry was surprised Beginning next week we In accordance with a cus-
and shocked when lines of the will present in short form a tom established last year at
sudden leath of Mi. Harry brief history of the various Beth David, the second annual
G I .reenfield p tm er andidites who have an- Beth avid, the second annual
Green d, prominent mer- ouned themslves for of- Children's Seder was observed
chant of Miami, was made fies aubleet to the Demo. last Wednesday night at Beth
known last Friday night. cratic Primaries in June. In David Talmud Torah. At long
Mr. Greenfield, who had re- our issue immediately pre. tables beautifully decorated
turned to Miami after an ab- ceding the election we will with flowers, and laden with
sence of about a year and had compar the rerds all kinds of fruits, nuts, and
,d claims of the various eandi- all kinds of fruits, nuts, and
made his home at 2542 S. W. i1e and make our reconm other goodies, plates were set
Sixth street, since his arrival vaedations for the guidance for each child containing a
here less than a month ago, of the voters. In the mean- colored egg and Matzo. Along-
appeared to be in excellent time we urge allof our read- sde was a glass of wine for
health until last Sunday he era as a duty to themselves,ild. Th Bar Mitzva
complained of severe pain. A to the Community, as citizens each child Th Bar Mtzva
physician was called and he and as Jews to pay their poll Boys Breakfast Club was in
was removed to the Jackson taxes and register. In that charge of the seating arrange-
Memorial Hospital, where he way and that way ONLY, ments and accredited them-
was immediately operated on can the voice of the people delves splendidly. At the head
for appendicitis. 'Appaently be heard. A GOOD JEW IS of the main table sat Rabbi
on the way to recovery, he NECESSARILY A GOOD of the main table sat Rabbi
took a turn for the worse last CITIZEN. A GOOD CITI- and Mrs. Weisfeld, Mr. M. H.
Friday morning and late that ZEN MUST REGISTER. Rosenhouse, president of Beth
afternoon died from complica- David, Mrs. I. Buckstein,
tion that had set in. --- president of the Ladies Aux-
Mr. Greenfield was the son T pll iliary, Mr. I. H. Pekarsky of
of the late Mr. and Mrs. Abra- Temple Israel the teacher's staff, and Mr.
ham Greenfield and was born Hold Services Nathan Adelman After de-
51. years ago at Zhitomir,oldsSerice Nathan Adelman. After
Russia. He came to this tailed explanation of the cus-
country while a young boy and Services at Temple Israel, toms and meanings of the var-
later settled down in Edmon- Friday evening at 8:15 p. m., ious steps in the ritual, the
ton, Alberta, Canada, where Dr. Kaplan will lecture on the kiddush was recited first by
he was in business for more subject, "Why is this the Loui Spector and then by
than 11 years, after which he Great Sabbath." ron Goldenbank and Rosa-then by
catne to Philadelphia where he Passover Services will be Aaon Gol blank e d Rosa-
ed business held .g Daum. The 4"ddeng of af-
q" .. .... Cfr-Fb.s-Af wSh ifdrnbi et rtmew;r!SIn" ex-
They later came to Miami and a. m. Speial festival music plained br Ephraim Bulbin.
for the past number of years has been prepared for Pass- The four questions were then
were associated together in over and Dr. Kaplan has recited in the Hebrew by Rose
the.Merchants Auction Com- chosen for his subject Sun-
pany and H. & C. Greenfield, day morning, "The Signifi- Dubler, and by Robert Roth-
until about a year ago when chance of the Passover Hagad- lein, Gertrude Belcov and
Harry went to Los Angeles, dah." Emanuel Seitlin in the Eng-
Calif. While there he made There will not be religious lish. The "Slaves we were"
a host of friends and earned school on Sunday morning but was then recited in the He-
a splendid reputation in the all children are expected to brew by Lena Friedlander and
business world. He was a attend services.
members of the Elks, and of was followed by a detail-
the Bnai BGith. He is survived Retired Merchant ed description and explanation
by his wife, Hannah Green- of the various customs by
field; a married daughter Dies Suddenly Rosalyn Daum and Isaac Esh-
Beatrice Rosenstock, and Syl- .. kanazi. The parts of the four
field, his children; two broth- Joseph Stanman, the well sons were taken by, Samuel
era,, Charles of Miami, and known wholesale clothing Badanes as the wise, Teddl.
Louis of Seattle, Wash.; a sis- merchant of Pittsburgh, Pa., Simons as the wicked, Arthur
ter, Mrs. Hannah Rotman of whohasbeena wintervisitor Kahs n as the simple, and
Olympia, Wash. The funeral to Miami for a number of Charles Adelman as the one
which was held last Monday, years died suddenly Thursday ho had not capacity to in-
which was held last Monday, yes t oc M quire. The "Vehie Sheomdo"
was in charge of the King morning in the office of Mr. quire. The "Vehie Sheomdo"
Funeral Home and interment S. Waldman in the Venetian was then recited and explain-
was in th e Woodlawn Ceme- Arcade Bldg. He had retired ed by Fred Shochet. The One
terry in the plot of thedlawn Chesed from business several years Who Knows, etc., were recit-
tery in the plot of the Chesed ..e lvessi vng him ed by Seymour Kaplan, Sol
Shel Emes. Rabbi Dr. Jacob ago.Heleave surviving Schim ed by Seymour Kaplaubin, Morris
H. Kaplan of Temple Isreal, three children al residing in WroobSchiff, Aaronold Rubin, Morrisenblank,
which the deceased had at- Pittsburgh, Pa., of whom two Wroobel, Aaron Goldenblank,
whichtended, officiated at the serv- ttare dau ers Friedberg, Louis Seitlin and Seymour
ices held itd t the Funeral Home and M Sch-etter. The body Rubin.
ices held at the m eteryve was s ed to his Pittsburg During the evening in ad-
and at the cemetery. Active was home Th night by the edition to the Rabbi Mr. Rosen-
pallbearers were closedfriends om e -had h nd ths.B B tein
of the deceased and were King Funeral Iomewhoe had hpuse and Mrs. Buckstein
iof the deeased and were ." b. l -~~iange-ments. sjoke for the Conregation
Lewis Brown, Daniel Cromer, charge of alland the Ladies Auxiliary and
Mendel Cromer, Herbert E. .- -- .. Mr. I. H. Pekarsky for the
Scher, Morris Weintraub and teachers and students. The
Marvin -Bronner. Attending Chad Gadyo was led by Rosa~
the funeral were a number of lyn Daum and joined in by al
Miami' prominent Jewish citi- and .the Beth David school
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Miss Patricia Marsh of Pittsbu 4
Kansas, elected th Sast beautiful
and pogplar girl st _* at
Universty. Baldwin, KA .

Beth David to
Observe Passover
The usual late Friday night
services will be held at Beth
David at 8:30 p. m. The Pass-
over holidays will be ushered
in on Saturday evening at 7
p. m. o'clock. Sunday morn-
ing services will begin at 9 a.
m. and Rabbi Weisfeld will
preach at the morning ser-
vices. The evening services
will begin Sunday evening at
7 p. m. and the Monday morn-
ing services will begin at 9 a.
m. and Rabbi Weisfeld will
again preach. The chanting
VW*t'ebyi tore *- Ft PMt-
sky.

Bikur Cholimis 1
Organized Here
After weeks of endeavor,
the Chevra Kadisha and Bikur
Cholin of Miami was organ-
ized at a well attended and en,
thusiastic -meeting held at
Beth David Talmud Troah
last Thursday night. After
the purposes were discussed
at length and the necessity
for such an organization was
presented, all present became
members and the election of
temporary officers to serve
until June 1 was then held.
Mr. M. Rosen, well known
realtor -f Miami, attU iowii
among Iiaini Je*w as q
kil," was chosen:.
unanimously. :. N
Adelman, well knownR
munal worker, wa erect
vice president in charge f f
Bikur.Cholin. and Mr. EK GOr-
don was elected vice presiejit '
in charge of Chevra KdiuB
Mr. Max Rappj ort
chosen treasurer", .d'
Max Kupfersteis,
Talmud TmQ* w -
elected se tary.t6
will constiba th
board untl- he E t.
The purpose t.;
tion are theA"-
sick of s
augplies ani 1sn
nursing. The 91cr i
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He to roduee a liert which a:--
anen mld tee w rogh izg ha, pmzzied
elCticaL experu ever saee lim e y -
icr. ; i ht W iayig iids at night
be ame amportn. landy, Ayi%
aross cOrnnerIy, A lt the
of te electric are prodmeed aln a
trolt pale slips oaT Ate mwe cold
be seen Irm the air when no aher
lghi~ was visible. lie reported at
Sto tithe .eneai ehieial CinApC and
the result is a =w ARlsiAg*e arc tea-
can, te saitst guide to might fycrs
ye: evolved.
Great invm .1 ts caVe often fran
tose obsrrvat"ii f lite thiaes. .al.
L:nddir-erg i- what be is became ie
notces ittie this.

PROMISES
Polticians dea: in promises. E5rno-
nmis:s deal in iact. Noboc' loves
facts Everybody loves pronmses.
That is why we listen to the poli-
ticians and tur a deai ear to t e cmn-
Omists. And because the politicians
eeldon are able to make good an Aeir
promises, iwe throm- titem out and te&t
another se: wh- make even more at-
*ractve -promises.
S- ta years economists have -'i
trying to get Europe's lances
traiitmeaed oat, following tihe -war
im2 wich the uabons went bca m e
of what thiabr ltians proamaed
Ie. The principal obstadc to Ct-
lmieni oi the war bills was the prnin-
is of potizians made after the
Amistice. As Ow( I D. Young
p-inted oat thae er jifA te-, hti 5s
ised thev wmaid ale CGernany y
$33.o00.000.000. Nar the
have got the war debts AnaSy seed.
1 Tenmo *r that Geam can Von is
s9k .OOMuE ) Hfef cEifsors Sa ve
agreed to accept that ann Now the
ame politicians are making bter
prconises and their peoples are believ-
ing t.he, m the same old taV.
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Time airship is coinng into its wn.
tali a dozen great American mau-
acturihg industarie, backed by the
National Cin.y alk, have arranged
to manniarmre comramercial dirigibles
of hne size, on the successizil 7Ap-
,pei design. in ijoth Grman- and the
Usated States. It will be a year or
ore imefore the first of these is
ready for service. but with fve
years we may iook tr, see an immense
voimne of ireight and passenger traffic
carrie! by a-ir in t:ese huge ships.
aMeantime. other Americans are ex-
perimenting with almhetal dnrigibies
on a sm~ilier scale, and thase look
!',r mr.'sing.

EUROPA
The fastest passenger ship in te
world is th- new German Ermopa,
which crossed irCn Cherbourg to
?Nea Yor in 'lfou da ., 17 hoUrs
and si- mI:::nte;. Th rI-: fastest is
the Brer'i., ais, a Ge-Tman ship.
wiah diid the trim in Tni i 17 minutes
slower time. There are only three
is in the world larger than the
azrmpa and the Bremen. They a
aMEAii: m Gernnman. '-iiey are the
X t~o nigmnallb the Biuaarck,
rBI Airr the war by Great
ii e, the Leviathan, origoiallv the
IaamtIi, seed by the LIjnand Saes,

COc nCin y speaking, these ltg
f ast ship-, are not gpreiablek. peed
easts koo imu Imbt as advertise-
u .ents aof teir lr pectwe natiuss they
p"ey large d vidmds in goodwill. .st
a.r Ge ay eeams to be agents m.t
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KICKING
I heard Walter amrosch at
a little private function give
one of his iimitable talks
about mUsic.
He i that Lazart was
e e mmst ended to pre-
sent 'his aompsitions before
the proud Archbishop of Baiz-
balr. hOn sch eccusions he
ate with the servant,, being
only a genis, ad hence in-
ferior to tihe men who had in-
herited money, or stolen it.
One nig~-rhtwh his concert
htad been received with ap-
plause, he plucked up courage
to ask if he might have his
meals with the stewards.
Whereupon the Archbishop of
Salzburg kicked him down-
stairs.
"The anty claim which the
Archbishop has to immor-
tality,' said DamroICh, *"is
that he once kicked Mozart
downstairs."
A certain Dr. Radcliffe was
master of Pemibrke College,
Oxford, when Samuel John-
son came to visit.
"Radaiff received h im
coldty,"' Bswell reports.
"Johnson at least expected
that the master would order
srnrv th th tog and pauiiui app.cn-
tixesh.p t:i'.ch1 ai,-ay- precedes ;
success. It can't e tdone.
Just nom two 'ou"e men who broad-
cast a e'-rrt, cn-y featnre ever
ight a attaCtUw l-widwie at2ea-
tion. "Amos Asm" df e reported
to be drawing a salary of IlMtO a
year, so ithMsands of yumS m


MOZART
a copy of his dictionary, ,now
near publication; but the
master did not choose to
speak on the subject, never
asked Johnson to dine, nor
even to visit him while he
stayed in Oxford."
Doubtless Dr. Radcliffe
thought that his high posi-
tion would cause him to be re-
membered forever. He is re-
membered,, but only as a prig-
gish gentleman who snubbed
Saumel Johnson.
Most of us will never get
our names into the histories
at all. And when I consider
how short a time is covered
by human histories, and how
long a time lies ahead of the
human race, I doubt if even
the names that do get in will
stay very long.
Only two thousand years
have passed and already Jul-
ius Caesar is reduced to a few
paragraphs. How much space
will he occupy-or Roosevelt
or Hoover when twenty
thousand years have passed?
Fame is an illusion, and
living with the hope of im-
pressing posterity is foolish.
But each day each of us does
impress posterity in a meas-
ure.
Every day we come into
contact with some young man
or woman, some boy or girl
who may be lifted up or cast
down by'a very little word or
act.


ir4. Ut) nar j il PM -.- It is easy to form the habit
The yomag m~n oaa are m aig a oof being encouraging and
fornne for their ability as entertain- ul. It is equally easy to
ers went through years of il-paid drop the habit of being
long-hour drudgery befor- thr Uns mi i
cameinasters of ttheiar So did u .
otrer grea: artist in : 1:: ;t s,. What a at reward if
every man or worr: .;( ha.L/ some one to w im we have
a success in bu :iess r- c been gracious should turn out
'oig IpeOle co::e i-,' t. very well! What an awful
henn tie p is i 3
u:': wi:l 5:.: ve w en t thing to be remembered as
-ve crjnbied o0 dIutm. having kicked a Mozart


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The Glamour of Your
Presence
The tiamour ao your presence
still remains.
As when the sun. fast sinking
in the west.
Spil- vivid color or. the sky's
broad breast.
So memory upon our life'- blue
lanes
Paint thouItt- of you in
everiasting huet.
The words you spoke t(o ui
are cleaning yet.
Those hbcnr with you are
fre&h and dew wet.
And mparkliw wth eternal
reda- and blues.
The een laves of our days
are turnimu bwrwn.
Tie star art fadin from the
Tiae strong west wind has
dwindled to a sigh.
Tie crtari of our life is
Adrmspian don.
fat we reanber still. and as
.tle aWrM.
TYor face will gpton. unrading
to ar sigRh
As are the stanr upon h
Samer ni Mb
...Tte giramour of your
presence still renmins.


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THE JEWISHB
FLORID'IAN
A weekly newspaper published at
Miami. Florida.
by
The Jewish Flor!dian Publishing
Company
652 S. W. FIRST STREET
Phone --8745

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SD)ITORIAL STAFF
J. ,OUIS SHOCHET
A CHOCHOM
BEN DOROM
A. N. ASHER
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ARE WE FREE!

Passover, that great feast
of liberation, is once again
with us again. Again we are
to commemorate the great be-
ginning of the freedom of a
people destined to become
one of the leading nations of
the world, not n the sense of
great geographical possessions
or great armies and' navies,
nor even monetarily, but
leading in the spiritual sense.
Being looked up to as a pe-
culiar race, perhaps,, because
of our ability to assimilate
and withstand persecution,
torture, degradations, mas-
sacres and what not and never
the less coming back stronger
throughout the ages and re-
maining a decided factor in
the affairs of the world. '
And yet we often
wonder, are we really free?
Are we entitled to celebrate
and commemorate the great
feast of Liberation?
Are we free? Are we. not
enmeshed, bound fettered and
tagged in all our innermost
spiritual aspirations by the
fear of what the next fellow
will say?? Do we not blindly
follow the dictates of every-
thing that is contrary to what
we really and deep down in
our hearts desire and crave
for, simply because of our so-
cial aspirations?
Freedom is a peculiar term,
indeed. Are we enjoying free-
dom when we side around in
our splendid autos go to the
Symphony concert, attend the
Civic Theater merely because
our neighbor does it? Is the
Jew enjoying his freedom
instead of taking advantage
of his right to practice his
own faith and belief in his
own way, he apes the next
chap and stays away from his
Synagogue and Temple, be-
comes estranged from every
thing Jewish'! Is it freedom
when he is afraid to buy
Kosher meats or observe the
Sabbath simply because a
neighbor of his may call him
an old timer? Is it if you
please, freedom, when one
who denounces everything in
the Orthodox Jewish belief as
superstitious, apd then when
he has Kaddish to recite, or
Yahrzeit to observe, steal
into the Orthodox M ainaa by
the back dorr, stands in the
back and thinking no one
ee him quietly ~dts the
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fess and practice the age old
traditional Judaism, make fun
of all their rites, come into
the same Shul and going up
to the Shammos ask that
"Tehillim" be recited for the
recovery of some one who is
ill? Is it freedom when' down
deep in our hearts they re-
alize the absolute necessity
for a Talmud Torah, and for
their childrefi to attend that
Talmud Torah, and yet afraid
to contribute or send their
children for fear that their
neighbor may think it old
fashioned, and not as modern
as an ultra modern Sunday
school? Is it freedom to make
so-called "Trips to Jerusalem"
as benefits for other organi-
zations and refuse to con-
tribute to your own, and
maybe even keep others from
contributing because you will
thus become a social factor?
We most respectfully con-
tend that those individuals
who fear to practice what
they believe in, who conscien-
tiously know they are strang-
eis in their pursuits in alien
fields, who are afraid to as-
sert their own religious con-
victions and practice them,
are not liberated, ,ARE NOT
FREE. If ever the Jew was
a slave, these Jews who are
afraid to practice that which
they believe, are slaves in the
fullest sense of the word. For
those Jews, we submit, Pass-
over was not proclaimed.
May the lesson of Passover
'be ever present in the minds
of these Jews, who knowing
themselves fear to recognize
themselves. Let them leave
the land of bondage, even
though it be only mental! And
to that greatest of blessings,
"KNOW THYSELF" let there
be practiced a still greater
..owe,"BE THYSfELF."
And let these same Jews
repeat to themselves one of
the most beautiful and signi-
ficant passages in the Seder
Service: "Hashato Avday, les-
hono habo'oh bnai chorin,"
"this year we are slaves, but
next year we may be free in
the land of Israel," if not
physically at least mentally
and in practice.
She-Am I the only girl
you ever loved Joe?
He-Oh, I should say not,
but my taste has been improv-
ing right along.

Mrs. Plainmug-I'd like to
sit for my portrait. Think you
will do justice to my fea-
tures?
Psmear, the Artist-Oh,
lady! How could you think me
so stern and hard as that?
S* $*
The Publicity Man-Whats'
the matter with this line:
"Tears and Laughter Follow
Each Other?"
The Movie Manager It
won't catch the matinee
crowd. No woman wants to
laugh and grow fat and then
wash out her complexion with
tears.
.* S


Help others and it will help
you to forget your own
troubles.
You can always bank on
finding well-filled pocket-
books interesting.
S *
Science is about as much
evidence of wisdom as a paper
collar is of a short.


CHASER


During courtship a woman
clings to a man's neck, but
after marriage she usually
walks on it.

"Did you read about those
American pilots who stayed
up seven weeks in the air?"
"Yes. But that's nothing.
My brother in law went up
in an explosion two years ago
and he hasn't come down yet."

"What are you eating,
Bill?"
"Soup. Are you deaf?"

They were quarreling, and
the wife said to her husband:
"You were bright and sweet
enough in the summer at the
seaside, old bear! I'd just like
to know how many girls you
made love to at the hotel be-
fore you met me."
"Twelve," the man groan-
ed, "but I didn't remember to
count them until it was too
late."
"It that girl letting her hair
grow?"
"No, she's just not stopping
it."
*
The angels men marry soon
shed their wings.
*
It is easy to have a good
time-if you have a vivid im-
agination.
It is astonishing how far
a few feminine tears will go
with a man.
*
It requires years of practice
to enable a"man to fall in
love and light on his feet.
*
Matrimony makes a man
awfully restless a little before
and forever after.
*
Some people make a bluff
at hiding their light under a
bushel who have not light.
*
Blake-Why is Jim so pop-
ular at the club? Why, every
one knows that he can't speak.
Flake-Yes, and he knows
it, too.

Mr. Justwed I thought
you were going to cream some
potatoes for dinner?
His bride-I was, but the
recipe said to cut the potatoes
in dice and the last time we
had dice in the house your
rowdy friends won $42 from
you.
Agent (to applicant)-So
you want the job as janitor
and have no experience. How
would you handle a furnace or
boiler? Could you start a fire?
Applicant-Yes, I think so.
I was just in nine years for
having started one.
**


Man (rushing into editor's
office)--"Se here, you've pub-
lished an announcement of my
death. You must fix it up."
Editor-"Well, 'we never
contradict anything we've pub-
lished, but I'll tell you what
I'll do. I'll put you in the birth
column tomorrow and give
you a fresh start."
S .* -
Rings for the cure of rheu-
matism are sometimes adver-


*
"What a terrible looking
dog!"
"I tell you that dog cost me
a thousand dollars."
"He did-he once bit a
dancer in the leg."
*
"Liac tapers in silver cande-
labra," says a society item,
"furnished the illumination."
"I have never," says the Vet-
eran Rounder, been illum-
inated with lilac tapers."

The birthstone for April is
the diamond, which Dora
thinks is a very pretty com-
pliment to baseball in the in-
fancy of its new season.
*
One of the doubtful states
is that of matrimony.
*
Only a married man can ap-
preciate.the comforts of his
club.
*
A man seldom does things
the way a woman thinks he
should.

Many a woman keeps a
dark secret in a bottle labeled
"hair dye."
*
When a woman loses all in-
terest in the fashions the un-
dertaker gets a job.
*o *
Of course riches have
wings; that is why it is so
asy for them to do the disap-
pearing act.
*. *
Every. man ,-may hve his..
price, but sooner or later the
majority of them go to the
bargain counter.
*
A young hopeful thinks
they call it the mother ton-
gue because father rarely gets
a chance to 'use it.
*
Mother-in-Law: "Why, Ma-
rie, any woman would be
satisfied with what Percy,
says he gives you."
Marie: "So would I."

Many a wife wishes a crank
case was something to put the
husband in.
*
A man who marries a rav-
ing beauty always wants her
to stop raving afterwards.
*


A man was praising his
wife, as all men ought to do
on proper occasions. "She's as
womanly a woman as ever
was," he said. "But she can
hammer nails like lightning."
"That's remarloable," said
a listener.
"Yes sir," said the first
speaker "You know lightning
never strikes twice in the
same place."
S
"Our poets are declining,"
says a critic. Yes, but don't
forget our publishers are al-
ways setting an example.

A farmer was losing his pa-r
tience and temper trying to
drive two mules into a field,
and was using strong lan-
guage'when a local parson
came by and said
"Don't s9a- like that to.
J....-.L J..Imel ,'-


An ounce of taffy on a stick tised .Wedding rags ve u mu .
Sl worth* a. pound of epitaphy beP t Par
on a tombstoe., aget. ---

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Paison: "And why?"
Farmer: "Tell me, how did
Noah get these into the
SArk?"
'


"I was to have met my hus-
band here two hours ago;
have you seen him ?"
Floor walker: "Possibly
madam. Anything distinctive
about him.?"
Woman: "Yes, I imagine
he's purple by this time."
*..i *.
A one-time poultry expert .
is now owner of a set of chain
stores. Just shows what pluck
will do.
..'
If a woman would write the
postcript first it would save
her the trouble of writing the
letter.

About half the time when a.
woman does hit the nail on
the head, she drives it in the
wrong place.
*
Flubb-Grugg is certainly
having a time of it.
Flap-He has the St. Vitus
dance, hasn't he?
Flubb-And his wife does-
n't believe in dancing.
*
Johnny Bostonbeans-Why
do they always speak of the
mother tongue and never of
the father tongue?
Father (with a sigh)-It's
because a mother always has
more to say than a father.

Waiter: Yes, sir-those are
the very best eggs we have
had for a year.
Diner: Oh! Well, bring me
two that you've had only
about six months.
*
"He must be. feeling the
heat just now."
"Where is he living?"
"He's not."
S
"Look here," said a man to
the forman builder, "can you
give me a definite date on
which this house will be corn-
pleted? You see-I'm getting
married when it is ready for
occupancy."
"Right," the foreman re-
plied. "You leave it to me. I'll
see the job's spun out as long
as possible."
*


Then there was the
man who bought the
cause the clutch was
in.
*


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car be-
thrown


Visitor: There's nothing
the matter with this countWi .
All it needs is a better ty.,
of setter and a decent water
supply.
Resident: If you come to'
think of it, those are the only
drawbacks to Hades,
S *
Friend: How many hmA
work in your office nowadays~
Mr. Fracture?
Mr. Fracture: Oh, about
half of them.
S
"So you were held up,.and'
robbed last night after W .
ing that you could
man on earth handsI
"But he didn't g__ i..
chance. He madema e t asm l
up."


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fit wle s,'e camt
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We weol appreciate yur
Sferwarding all society and
orgalamtlo fitme to the
Jewish Floridan. 652 S. W.
1st street, or FhmBe 2-8745
Set later than Moon Wed-

The engagement of Miss
Reggie Goldstein, one of the
popular members of Miam
Jewry's younger set, to A. H
(Bob) Furr, a member of the
law firm of Aronovitz. Fun
and Goldstein, was announc-
S ed at a dinner party given in
honor of the couple by Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Goldstein,
the parents of the bride to be.
Miss Goldstein was born in
Jacksonville, Fla., and attend-
ed the public and Duval High
school there, coming here to
live with her parents a num-
ber of years ago. She has been
a very active member in the
Junior Hadassah, of which she
is now vice president and also
in the Junior Council of Jew-
ish Women. Mr. Furr is a na-
tive of Washington D. C.,
where he attended public and
high schools and later attend-
ed the University of George-
town and the University of
Maryland, where he received
his degress as L. L. B. and
S LL.M. and Master of Patent
Law. He was for a time one
of the United States Assist-
ant Attorneys. He is a mem-
ber of the Phi Alpha Frater-
nity and is a lieutenanii the
United States Army Reserve.
The dining room was beau-
tifully decorated in colors ap-
propuiate to the event and a
profusion of c ut flowers
adorned the table. Among
those present were Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Goldstein, Mr.
and Mrs. Abe Aronowitz, Mr.
William Goldstein, E. Max
Goldstein, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
S. Joel of Jacksonville, Fla.,
Miss Etta Buckholtz of Jack-
sonville, Fla., Dave Arono
witz of Key West, Dr. and
Mrs. S. Aronowitz, Mr. and
Mrs. Aronowitz, Mrs. B. Pep-
per, Mr. and Mrs. Max Hoff-
man, Miss Sylvia Katz, Aaron
Reder, Isador Aronowitz,
Miss Laura Goldberger of.
Flint, Mich., Miss Irene Ac-
rach and the guest of honor,
Miss Reggie Godstein, and
Mr. A. H. Furr, while no time
has been set for the wedding,
friends of the family believe
it will take place in June.
S *
S Miss Mildrd Greenberg has
S left for St. Petersburg, Fla.,
where she will represent the
University of Miami in a num-
ber of musical contests, to-
gether with several of her
classmates. She is well known
i in musical circles for her abil-
I ity at the piano.


Mr. Philip Romer was host
to a number of friends at a
birthday celebration at the
Froics last week. Quite a
spirit time was had by all
pait, among whom were
Se n Mrn,, Mr. and
Mm. J. Wererm, Mr. and Mrs.
SMerim, Mi O MaryllaB
iM sM, MaoeBs truas, and
*- ie M eftNi e ra.


1he Sisterhood of Temple
Israel held its annual election
of officers at Kaplan Hall last
Tuesday, when the following
officers were elected: Mrs. I.
L. Rosendorf, president; Mrs.
Herbert E. Kleinman, first
vice president; Mrs. D. J.
Apte, second vice president;
8 Mrs. Ben Watts, recording
e secretary; Mrs. I. M. Wein-
i stein, corresponding secre-
tary; Mrs. Henry Bulbin, fi-
nancial secretary; Mrs. S.
Mendelson, treasurer; Mrs. J.
r G. Lewis, auditor; Mesdames
SJ. A. Richter,, Henry D. Wil-
liams and J. Davis for trust-
. ees for a three-year term;
Mis. Adolph Wertheimer to
fill a two-year expired term
as trustee, and Mrs. Sam Lev-
Senson to fill a one-year unex-
pired term as trustee. Because
of a recent amendment to the
Constitution, the outgoing
president, Mrs. I. L. Seligman,
was ineligible to succeed her-
self and will serve as a mem-
ber of the board of trustees
during the term of her suc-
cessor. The formal installa-
tion of the newly elected offi-
cers will take place at a
luncheon to be given in their
honor shortly, the exact time
and place to be announced in
an early issue. After the
business session was com-
pleted a cultural program in
charge of Mrs. I. L. Rosen-
dorf, ,chairman of programs,
was presented. Mrs. H. I.
Homa read a paper prepared
bye her during the Tri-State
Convention of Teniple Sister-
hoods on, "Resolved that the
Sabbath shall be changed to
Sunday." She was followed by
a book review on "Stranger
t h a n Fiction," by Lewis
Browne, given by Mrs. I. M.
Weinstein. A social hour fol-
lowed.
*
The Welfare Department of
the Miami Senior High P.-T.
A. is sponsoring a card party
and entertainment to be given
at "the Columbus Hotel on
Thursday afternoon, April 24,
to which the nominal sum of
only 75 cents will be charged.
The proceeds will be devoted
towards aiding needy grad-
uates of the High school who
will graduate within the next
two months to defray the cost
of clothes, photographs and
such other incidentals with-
out which they would be un-
able to appear at the gradua-
tion exercises. It has been
the purpose of the Welfare
Committee to prevent any boy
or girl who is about to grad-
uate from partaking in the
exercises because of their fi- I
nancial inability to purchase
clothes, etc., and the Commit- I
tee is making every effort to
make this card party a big
financial success for that rea-
son. The public is urged to ;
attend.
S *
Mr. and Mrs. Max Kuppfer- i
stein, ,well known Beth David
workers, will be the hosts of U
the entire congregation of
Beth David next Priday night *
immediately after the 'late I
Friday services, at the last i


"Chomet"P reception prior to
the Paover Holiday. All -
are urged to attem&


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Miss Dorothy Flitman, Miss
Jeane Weinberg, Miss Yvonne
Lc. enzo, Miss Patricia Wil-
liamno:, Frank Berg, Henry
Kanter, William Kanter, Jack
Russcol, Herbert Ruscol, Vic-
tor Earl Irons, jr., Lewis Mil-
Itr.


Lester Jay Rose was host
to a group of friends Monday
at his home on Sorolla ave-
nue, Coral Gables. in celebra-
t:on of his birthday anniver-
sary. An effective color
scheme of pink was used.
Guests were Miss Grace
Berg, Miss Saralea Kanter.


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last pri at the residents a
Rabbit ab H. Kaplan in th
presence of members of th
families The wedding, which
was to have been an event,
of Sunday evening was chang.
ed because ot a death in Mr
Greenfield's family.
M. and Mrs. Greenfield
left Friday for a wedding trip
to Havana and upon their te.
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SOCIW?


(Continued frm e Pape 4)
urn a reception will be given
or them.

Harry I. Lipnetz, prominent
attorney and president of the
f.eater Miami Zionist Dis-.
rict, is in New York for a
prief business trip. While
here he will, attend 4 meet-
ng of the Zionist Executive,
,f which he is a member, rep-
.edenting the Southern dis-
rict.
*
The regular meeting of the
Friendship League was held
n its clubrooms. at: the Con-
ress building .last Wednes-
lay evening and fh446llowing
iew members were-admitted:
'heodore Rosengartem:, Ir-ing.
;reenebaum and Mary Kam-
% Jr. IM^ _I-~ 6-A12 ---


THE JEWISH F A.


earcella Schwartz, Gloria and
Helen Samet.
S* *


The Ladies Auxiliary of
Beth D i#d Talmud Torah
will be hosts at a Passover
celebration next Tuesday eve-
ning at the Talmud Torah au-
ditourium, when, in addition
to the elaborate entert4n-
ment, cards will be played.
Pesachidge refreshments will
be served, including seasonal
third quenchers. The public is
urged to attend. Mesdames
John Wolf and Sam Futter-
fass will act as hostesses.
*
The meeting of the Miami
Chapter of Hadassah sched-
uled for next Monday has
been postponed to the next
day, Tuesday, April 15th, at
2:30 p. m. and will be held
at the Granada Hotel and
apartments. The election of
officers for the next term will
take place at this meeting.
*


ns. Miss BeX .cU was The Miami Chapter of Ha-
hosen recording Se try to dassah is sponsoring a sym-
ucceed Miss Siema aeson, posium on Jewish music on
designed. lades, f* a large Tuesday, April 22nd, at the
lance in the near future will home of Mrs. Louis Zeientz,
e announced shortly these 338 N. E. 28th street at which
columns. The next omeA bof time Mrs. J. Louis Scheinman
he board of ditect os i be well known Hadassah worker
leld at thehoimeo~ Min, and president of the New
lie Lesnoff,, i Firt York region will review Prof.
street, and all to at- Eielson's latest book on music
end. A musical program will be
presented by the well known
Mr. and Mrs, Jack Finkeli''rtist Hannah Spiro Asher, of
tein entertained a large num. the University of Miami and
)er of children in honor of will consist of singing by the
he third birthday anniver- choir of Temple Israel as well
ary of their son larold, last as individual numbers by Miss
saturday at their eme, 2111 Rose Mary Gerson. A splendid
W. Eleventh steet. The afternoon of entertainment is
large dining room was beau- promised all who attend. The
ifully decorated with cut general public is invited.
lowems, dressee.k pesi ni *
lolla represent -. differ- The .CouiL- of Jewish-Wo-I
nt nations of the wod. Va- men at its meeting last Wed-
ious games were played dur- nesday afternoon listened to
ng the afternoon and refresh- the report of the nominating
nents were served. Among committee who recommended
hose present were Donlad the following: Mesdames M.
darx, Rosalie Kotkin, Char- Schwartz for president, Mar-
0tte Kotkin, Sydney Kotkin, vin Bronner first vice presi-
iybil Saffrin,, Miriam and dent, P. Sheinberg second vice
Bertha Neham, Shirley and president, M. Rauzin record-
Emanuel Seitlin, Hope Elen ing secretary, J. Morris, cor-
'anenbaum, Stanley Tanen- responding secretary, M. Fin-
)aum,, Stanley Taa aum, berg, financial secretary J.
iretchen Doris Gros~ man, Bernstein treasurer, Sydney
)onna Joyce Feldmah, Bea- Weintraub auditor. For direc-
rice and Fay Finkelstein, tors to serve three years Mes-


dames Morris Dubler, Max
Ghertler and I. L. Seligman.
Mrs. P. Scheinberg chairman
of the social service commit-
tee reported that about twen-
ty baskets had been prepared
for distribution to needy fam-
ilies for the Passover holi-
days. The Council presented
copies of the Book of Jewish
Philosophy tot he Library of
Beth David Talmud Torah and
to the Temple Israel Sunday
School. The amendment to
the By-laws providing for the
change of meetings, so that
meetings of the organization
will be held the same day that
Board meetings are held was
read and will be acted upon
finally at the next regular
meeting. Both meetings are to
be held on the 4th. Wednes-
day of each month.
A social hour followed in
charge of Mrs. Lewis Brown,
chairman of hospitality.
*
Mrs. Ben Watts who has
been active in affairs of Tem-
ple Israel an dthe Council of
Jewish..Women, as well as in
the affairs of the P. T. A. of
the Miami Senior High school
has just been elected Press
Chairman of the Miami Wo-
mens club.
*
Mrs. Samuel H. Tobin is
still confined to her home as
the result of a recent illness.
*
The Board of Trustees of
Congregation Beth David in
conformity with a custom of
several years standing have
again contributed the sacre-
mental wine necessary for the
needy families of Miami. This
will- be distributed by the
.'ewish Welfare Bureau.


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JNA\ TH A &MH

/DOCTOR
JOItN JOSEPH GAINE.M.[


He lived about thirty miles
from me, in a not very noisy
farm district I had not even
heard of him until about two
yekrs ago; I at once made up
my mind to go and see for
myself the results of a hun-
dred and one years on the hu-
man body, and how the old
man managed to attain such
great age.
He was sitting by an open
fireplace, fully dressed, and
could not have been mistaken
for an invalid by even an un-
practiced eye. He was chew-
ing tobacco, calmly, utilizing
the old tooth that I could see.
He greeted me pleasantly,
saying he was glad he was not
in need of my services-in
which I acquiesced with all
my heart.
He said he had lived pretty
much as he pleased; had eaten
and drank and slept when he
felt like it, and had stopped
when he had enough. He had
made it a point above all else,
to do enough work each day
to compensate for the bless-
ings he had received; and as
in the eating and drinking,
he had stopped working when
he had done exactly enough;
tomorrow would provide a
new day; he did not propose
to do two days work in one.
What an example here of
right living! Our modern
man of business might add
years of life and happiness, by
adhering to the simple philos-
ophy of this old man, who had
proven that he knew how to
live.


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if he over-ate for supper." ]
believed he "relished 1
breakfast a little better th
the other meals-though
enjoyed them all. You'll laul
at me," he ventured, "but,
ruther have a glass of go
buttermilk and three or fo
cookies for supper, than a
of your new-fangled fixin'i
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died at 102. Just got ripe, a
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