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:
May 16, 1930
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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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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AA00010090:00064

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Campaign Briefs

William M. Toomer, candi-
date for Secretary of State,
was born in Charleston, S. C.
He moved to Georgia and
was admitted to Bar there;
was elected a member Georgia
Legislature, and also Solicitor
General of Brunswick Judicial
Circuit.
He moved to Folrida twen-
ty-five years ago. Practiced
law, and engaged in lumber
and naval stores business.
He is a member of the Bar of
Supreme Court of Georgia
and Florida, and of the Su-
preme Court of the United
States.
A son was in the aviation
service during the world war,
and one adopted son, a neph-
ew, in 'late war, is now at rest
in Flanders Field.
If elected his friends say,
he will not assume office as
a partisan; but will take to
that service such impartial
and deliberate judgment as
he can command, and make a
sincere and earnest effort to
subordinate everything to
what he finally concludes is
the real, permanent interest
of the State and its people
and instutions.
He has never held public
office in Florida, and believes
in more dispassionate busi-
ness brain and less politics.
The feeling prevails through-
out Florida that his nomina-
tion and election as Secretary
of State will bring to the
Governor's Board and the
great Boards of Education,
Budget, State Institutions,
etc., new life and ability, un-
influenced by previous politi-
cal alliances, influence, or ap-
pointmeent.
CoL Tooer isa opposed by
Thee Tallahassee Candidates.

T. E. (Tubby) Price a can-
didate for Judge of the Crim-
inal Court of Record is a na-
tive of Texas though he re-
ceived his education at the
Jackson High School at Mar-
ianna, Fla., and subsequently
attended the University cf
Florida where he also received
his law degree. His friends
point with pride to his record
as Judge of the Municipal
Court of Miami which posi-
tion he held from 1919 to
1928, and his work as prose-
cuting attorney for Dade
County which position he
accepted to fill a vacancy and
in which he served for 11
months during 1923. He is
an active worker of the Shen-
andoah Presbyterian Church
and is a wwesut r of Mahi


TemlWe. I r JF6PCe than ten
years t e president
Band, mar n has
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Soon to Wed


Miss Elizabeth Hughes, youngest
child of Chief Justice Hughes, whose
engagement to William Thomas Gos-
sett, young lawyer of New York, is
announced.

Talmud Torah
Drive Is To
Begin

Under the leadership of
Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld and
a committee headed by Mr. S.
J. Spector, a brief campaign
will be started shortly to at-
tempt to enroll every boy and
girl of school age in the Tal-
mud Torah. The object of the
committee will be to bring to
the attention of the parents
the advisability of taking ad-
Svantage of the summer vaca-
Stion to give. their children a
Jewish education, which dur-
ing the winter time he or she
has been unable to obtain.
tress is. being laid on the
fact that all are welcome to
the Talmud Torah and that
the object of the Tlalnud
Torah is to obtain children,
respective of their ability to
pay for tuition. A number of
members of the congregation
as well as non-members have
signified their willingness to
Serve on this committee.
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and bears a splendid reputa-
tion with the Bench and Bar.
Thomas S. Ferguson, in an-
nouncing his candidacy for
judge of the Civil Court of
Record,: is basing his eam-
paign solely upon his qualifi-
cationb for the office, he is
a-U.-a has
ii 'in 142F. for
= .esix yws.P Fe soni is
a rescter of all religious or-
derst aiS fraternal orders, be-
ing a Wiimber of several him-
self.


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Savannah to Greet
Rabbis' Convention
The Orthodox Jewry of
Savannah, Ga., is making ela-
borate preparations for the
first Conference of English
speaking Orthodox Rabbis
and laymen of the South
which will be held there be-
ginning Tuesday, May 20th.
The convention which will be
held in two sections will con-
sist of the Rabinnical Confer-
ence which will be held at the
B. B. Jacob Synagogue and
the Laymen's Conference
which will be held at the
Jewish Educational Alliance.
Quite a number of important
papers will be read and stress
will be laid upon the problems
confronting the Jews in the
South. Among the Rabbis
who will attend are: Rabbi
Israel H. Weisfeld, of Miami,
Rabbi Heifetz of Nashville,
Tenn., Rabbi H. Epstein of
Atlanta, Ga., Rabbi H. Gold-
berg of Mobile, Ala., Rabbi
Feigon of uastonia, N. C.,
Rabbi Stampher of Memphis,
Tenn., Rabbi Mandelbaum of
Louisville, Ky., Rabbi Axel-
man of Charleston, S. C., and
Rabbi N. Rosen of Savannah,
Ga. Each of the Rabbis will
be accompanied by two dele-
gates from his congregation.
The convention will discuss
problems of interest to Jew-
ish life and will map out a
unified program for Jewish
activities and the curriculum
of the religious schools and
Talmud Torahs of the South-
ern Orthodoxy.
The reception committee
which will welcome the Rab-
bis and laymen are: Sam
Blumenthal president of the
B. B. Jacob Synagogue, L.
Weitz, M. Wilensky, Sam
Portman, Nathan Persky,
William Pinsker, Isaac Blum-
berg, Albert Blumberg, Rev.
H. Geffen, Morris Slotii,
Fred Rosen, Charles Garfun-
kel and H. Horovitz.
The program for the con-
vention is:
Tuesday, May 20: First
session at 10:30 a. m. Lunch-
eon at 1 p. m. as the guests of
the Senior Hfadassah; 2nd.
session at 2 p. m. dinner in
the evening as guests of Mr.
Garfunkel.
Wednesday, May 21st: Bus-
iness session at 10 a. m.;
luncheon at 1 p. m. sponsored
by the Iaughters of B. B.
Jacob; business session at 2
p. m. including election of of-
ficers; 4 p. m. sight seeing of
the city, including an official
welcome at the City Hall by
the Mayor; City wide Ban-
quet at the Jewish Alliance
at 8 p. m.
Thursday, May 22nd: In-
stallation of officers at 10 a.
m. and final business session.
Luncheon at 12:80 p. m. Out-
ing at Tybee Beach at 8 p. m.,
and fish fry at Tybee Beach


at 6 p. m.
The banquet committee
consists of Meadames A. J.
Garfunkel, J. Kandel, I. Rab-
ban, A. Slihim,, H. Blumen-
thal, L. Weit., Sram BlurMs-
thal, M. Slotij, I. oli W
steinberg Sam lr tend
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Tom Early, of Lakewood, N. J4
who, is 101 years old, claims, and
probably correctly, that he is the old-
est volunteer fireman in the world.

Prominent Merch-
ant Is Robbed


Abe Dock, proprietor of a
dry goods store at 1425 N. W.
Third .ave., reported to police
he was held up and robbed
by three men of $500 Monday
morning.
Dock said the men came in-
to his store with a pretense
of buying a shirt and as he
turned to get a part of his
stock, one of the men stuck
a revolver in his back. Anoth-
er drew a knife and after
warning him they would kill
him if he made an outcry
forced him to open his safe
in the rear of the store.
After obtaining the money,
the robbers bound Dock to a
chair and fled.
Mr. Dock is prominent in
the Workmen's Circle and in
Yiddish literary and art cir-

Candidates Quizzed
On Kosher Bill

All candidates for the Leg-
islature are receiving ques-
tionnaires in which they are
being asked their stand on a
"Kosher Bill" which will be
introduced in the next session
of the Legislature. The bill
is a copy of the New York
Act which was approved by
the Supreme Court of the
United States. In its opinion
the Court held that contrary
to the arguments of the de-
fendants, the Kosher bill was
not a religious matter but a
question of simple honesty
and protection to the consu-
mer. Similar bills have been
passed in Maryland, Michigan,
California and eighteen other
states.
Mountein Teacher


Educational Advi-
sory Committee
Is Named

The- Educational Survey
Commission has announced
the appointment of an Ad-
visory Board to the Commis-
sion composed of twenty-three
men and women representing
various organizations and in-
stitutions of the State. This
Board will pass upon the code
of public school laws now be-
ing prepared by a Code Com-
mission consisting of Hon.
Fred H. Davis, Attorney Gen-
eral, Chairman; Hon: Glenn
B. Terrell, Chief Justice of
the Supreme Court of the
State of Florida; and Hon.
John C. Cooper, jr., repre-
senting the Florida State Bar
Association and other matters
of public school interest.
According to a statement
issued by Geo. R. Hilty, Sec-
retary and Treasurer of the
Commission, the first draft of


the code of public school laws
will be submitted to the Ad-
visory Board where it will
have the advantage of being
studied from different angles.
The President of the Florida
Parent-Teacher's Association
will study it from the view
point of this organization;
the head of tne Federation of
Women's Clubs will study it
from another angle; the State
Federation of Labor will
study it from still another
angle; and so on.
Criticisms ana suggestions
from the members of the Ad-
visory Board will be consid-
ered by both the Educational
Survey Commission and the
Code Commission, ana anoth-
er draft will oe submitted to
the Advisory Board for its
final approval. This raft will
be sumitteo to the public be-
fore the code is presented to
the 1931 Legislature.
Florida has no uniform
code of public school laws and
the Commission feels that
attempts made to improve the
existing public school laws by
amendments would be simply
an endeavor to modernize Ah
obsolete structure, and that
there is no reason why Flor-
ida should not take her place
with other progressive states
in the Union by adopting an
adequate and uniform code of
public school laws. he find-
jngs of the Survey Staff now
make this particularly im-
portant.
Among the members of the
Advisory Board are: Hon.
Doyle E. Carlton, Govern"
Dr. B. F. Ashe, President
the University of Miami Pr
Edward Conradi, Pres. h .
ida State Women's Collee,
Dr. John G. Tigert, Pres. Uni-
versity of Florida.
The members of the uEdu
tional Survey
are: Dr. I. E. PhiilIp
sonhvie, ,
Kathemae B.


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Campaign Briefs


"IF A MAN DIE, SHALL HE LIVE AGAIN?"


It is the age-old question, asked at the side of every bi
And what can one say in answer to it?
Every one of us is taught in childhood to believe in G
and an after life.
"The world just happened." say some men. "It create
itself through the operation of natural laws."
But who or what established the natural laws and
them to operating?
When you can dump a load of bricks on a corner lot. a
let me watch them arrange themselves into a house-wh
you can empty a handful of springs and wheels and sere
on my desk, and let me see them gather themselves togth
into a watch-it will be easier for me to believe that all the
thousands of worlds could have been created, balanced, a
set to moving in their separate orbits, all without any dire
-ing intelligence at all;
Moreover, if there is no intelligence in the universe, th
Jhe universe has created something greater than itself-f
'it has created you and me.
Is it easy to believe that a universe without personal
-could have created us who have personality?
Isn't it easier to believe that our personality is a litt
art of the great pervading Personality that has created ar
SwA6 permeates the universe?
And i there be a Personality in the universe-a God-
what kind of God is He?
He must be at least as good as you or I. He could n
have made us better than Himself. The worse can not crea
the better.
SAnd if He is a good God, is it reasonable to suppose th
-H. wotlld have planted in human hearts this unquenchab
yeatning far immortality, and left that yearning unsatisfeld
o s,,'9u a-id I would not have done so.
S,GO ghee you will, from the most savage race to the mo
Cuured, you will find that same instinctive assurance th;
-aethlfs W&ioffre end. Would a good God plant that assuram
lth1wh cr tiies merely to mock them?
ganiLdWitthonumortality the world is an answeries riddle
..i'W e~ .b it~M struggle up through slow years of develop]
t aJn itjftLC'e have reached our highest point of us
(f e airaqg off.
wai AJis liat forime to believe in a universe that made itself
;8#fitillA githle-Al casts away its most precious povsession-
Si /,bJis~te4 siai~ cjLtbeve that behind the universe is a gui
"blBifeWpf~,- 9.wAjose personality my own is a tiny spa
l(jtat Bakpjot so l9ttf while He lives.
iritoAi I llWnic&,l oyk -that this is so. neither can any of
prove to meathai t is t so.
aaicl ~~it~om l.B; n disprove it, I find it easier, mo
.Ib ow1 efMad^t Wea to.-believe.
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George E. McCaskill, the
incumbent in the office of
County Solicitor is now con-
ducting an active campaign
or re-electionto the office
which he has held for the
past two years. Having been
in the practice of his profes-
sio since 1911 and in Miami
since 1912. Mr. McCaskill has
had a splendid record. He has
served as City attorney of
Miami Beach for about six
years. and as attorney for the
County Commissioners for
about the same period. In his
platform declarations he
points to his record in office
and the fact of his having at
his command very able assis-
tants. thus enabling the Coun-
ty to have its legal machinery
in the County Solicitor's of-
fice at all times ready to
serve its needs. His friends
point to the fact that he has'
devoted his entire timeto the
duties-- of his office and that
he has prosecuted without
fear or favor, and that his re-
turn to office will be reaf-
firmation of the public's rec-
ognition of work well done.
Russell F. Hand who is a
candidate for the office of
County Commissioner for
District No. 3. is thirty-seven
years old and has been a resi-
dent of this district for more
than thirty-one years. He
was connected with the F. E.
C. R. R. extension construc-
tion department for a number
if nod nr than w+ar oo w lai_


TTHE FAMILY


,DOCTOR
JOHN JOSEPH CAINESM.D
"TWILIGHT SLEEP"
Sounds almost alluring, doesn't it? Gives one a sort of
dreamy feeling just to think of it. Yet, as used in medicine
and quackery as well, it is one of the most deadening coin
binations of drugs we have at our command.
The originators of the formula known as "M.MC"
claimed at first that a thigh might be amputated without
pain under its influence. The attention of the medical world
was attracted. That was a good many years ago; and their
best surgeons of America are still using the safer method of
ether anaesthesia; "twilight sleep" dropped back to its very
limited sphere and stayed there.
Hyoscin, Morphin and Cactin are the ingredients of the
compound; the first two are most powerful drugs, and the
more so when used in combination; the latter has, if ay
effect at all, a very negligible one. My experience with
"H.M.C." led me to abandon it early in its history as too
dangerous to tamper with.
For instance, a patient of mine, an inebriate,was in
delirium tremens-alcoholic mania; he had not slept for four
days. Having tried everything else, ir despair I gave him a
dose of the new twilightt sleep." Well-it worked; within
five minutes the man was snoring loudly, and almost blue
fiom cyanosis; he breathed only six times per minute! I
stayed at his bedside fourteen hours, until the poison wore
away-never more anxious before or since. When he awoke
he declared, looking wildly about him, that he had been
drugged!
I told him if he hadn't, then there never had been a man
drugged. He immediately ordered his belongings packed and
left town and I didn't blame him. I blamed myself and the
new "twilight sleep." Now I only use the stuff in. eighth-
grain doses,'to soften the terrible pains in childbirth--and I
haven't used it even that way in fifteen years.
The quack, however, uses "twilight sleep" as a slogan,
and dopes his dupes in his own sweet way with the deadly
thing.


V 0 uear_. CalU Lil sll s 4 oo WV -
ated with one of Miami's at Lake Forest, the Univer-
e. largest banKs. He has been sity of the South, The Univer-
P- engaged in the general insur- sity of Freiburg, Baden Ger-
e- ance business for the past many, and at Sorbonne,
several years and has been France, and received his le-
lf. very active in the Masonic gal training at Harvard Uni-
fraternity. versity he was admitted to
In his campaign he is stres- the Massachusetts Bar in
d- sing the need for the patron- 1912, and the Florida Bar in
rk age of home industries and 1915 since which time he has
home labor for County con- been practicing here. During
ne struction work. His friends the World's War he served in
point to the fact of his past the French Army and was
re business record, his generally demobilized because of wounds
recognized business ability He re-enlisted in the Ameri-
and his understanding of can Army to go overseas and
f Dade County conditions as was demobilized in 1919 as
ample reasons for the elec- Captain. He was City attor-
tion of Mr. Hand to the office ney of Miami from 1919 to
which he seeks. 1921 and in tf Legislature of
\ Florida in 1929,
S. P. (Pete) Robineau who In addition to being chair-
is in the race for re-election man of the Judiciary com-
r to the Florida Legislature in mittee and a member of seven
S Group 2, is making an active other important committees,
canvass of Dade County and and introduced and worked
urging his past record of for 18 important bills includ-
achievements as ample reason ing the Workmen's Compen-
for his return to the legisla- station bill, etc.
ture. Having been educated The friends of Mr. Rob-

SEver believing in the preser-
ration of Health in God's
Own Country, we have de-
dicated ourselves to the pro-
S duction of the finest and
p- ~ rest
MILK
For the Baby and the Adult
SOur own old Fashioned
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Poultry and day old Eggs

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ineau point to the fact that
with his knowledge of condi.
tions in Dade County and the
invaluable experience he has
received in the last legisla-
ture, he would be able to have
passed much important legis-
lation needed


A VOTE FOR


D. J.


Heffernan


FOR


Judge
of the Civil Court
of Record

Inaure. a Speedy, Im*
partial and Efficieat A
ministration of aa 13
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Year Welfate.


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THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
A weekly newspaper published at
Miami, Florida
by
The Jewish Floridian Publishing
Company
652 S. W. FIRST STREET
Phone 2-8745

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EDITORIAL STAFF
J. LOUIS SHOCHET
A C '.iCHOM


plishment or this conference.
It is therefore, with a feel-
ing of hope for the future
that we bid this first confer-
ence of Southern Orthodox
Rabbis ana laymen, God
Speed and Good Luck in tneir
deliberations.

SUCCESS
"You cannot say that any
man is successful, so long as
he is alive," said the head of
one of America's great indus-
tries not long ago. He meant


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CHLOOER

CHASER ^


ALL PASSES
Once in Israel reigned a king,
Who, upon his signet ring
Graved a maxum true and
wise,
Which, if held before the
eyes,
Gave him cunsenl n t a q .lano.


BEN DOROM that any man might make a Fit for every change and
A. N. ASHER blunder which would offset chance.
-------all that had gone before, no Solemn words, and there are
matter how successful he had they
S* ben. "Even this shall pass away."
I v That was drawing it pret-
ty fine, but how many men Tains camels trough the
Swhom the world regards as sand
s o-ft_6_6_ "successful', feel that way Brought him gems from
i- about themselves? Find the Samarkand
men who feel that they have Fleets of galleys through the
succeeded in doing all that seas
GOD SPEED AND they ever hoped or tried to do Brought him pearls to match
G D LUCK an dyou find the unhappiest- with these.
Smen alive. They may have But he counted not his gain
=What ncerely believe succeeded in their business Treasures of the mine or
51 b1 epoch making enterprises, but they have main;
snt i story of South- not succeeded-tn living. "What is wealth ?" the king
Str of South- Success means different would say;
i J e Conference things to different people, "Even this shah pass away."
En king Rabbis and sometimes the man
"IEd f the Ortho- whom the world pjte' hs In the revels oijs court,
egations of succeeded in leal~ alehM ) A ~t~P hesport,
will be held pier life than has the one We pa of all
it Beginning who mthe world envies. A guests
ct saose of us man who overtakes his' ideals B -d with clappin t
Bo haee in the South is not a su 0 Jesg rJ
ive been rone to over-, sense of the eo ,l(e'amUano aw
k the.g ms which have our standards grow steadily Cried: "Oh, loving friends
fifront at all times. higher as we approach them mine!
ee title Rabbi has been we soon lose the zest of stri Pleasure homes, but not :-
iumet/ very Tom, Dick ingoto attain them, and Ik I8J A =
d Ha Every shoched, that striving, not in the over- Evein this shall pass awa
Scher, peddler and what not taking, lies happiness, and no-
Ms become a "Rabbi" upon here else. Fighting on a furious field
tearing the So the art of is a co on misconc Once a javelin pie

o en pend o n e l Si f d m
non 'etnoof t4 i'teff i oh ef
SToday there is need in this able rights 'of humankind. Groaning fr his tortu.
euntry of a militant Ortho- The right which the Colonists side,

ds oh, qua ification, euuca uon r

iglects e A_' thee ww ay oo o r:
elected in the way of ed teearest approach to hap- qualified or the o fice
tion in the south, and t i i44.tsI V seeks. And should that nM
Style stress has been laid .-* en r be a fellow Jew, we shall
38 the essentials of Jewish hand, as well as it can be b afe ll eat opporte .
quirements. The trouble has done omes nearer to success, doubly glad of that opport
en with the fact that until not only in his or her immed- ity. Where a man has sho i
Went years our Orthodox iate occupation but in the himself as Anti-Semitic
bbis though s e mimen i eocupnsa i in a c- shall ,c duty as well a
gve been han a by Yafi e~l t4:)btl )1.1 \Jo oppose that rue
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day,
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square,
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Rose his statue, carved in
stone.
Then the Kng, disguised, un-
known.
Stood before his sculptured
name,
Musing meekly, "What is
fame ?
Fame is but a slow decay;
Even this shall pass away."
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old,
-Waiting at the gates of gold,
Said he, with his dying
breath,
"Life is done, blut what is
death ?"
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"Even this shall pass away."
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charge you this time, but
don't let me see you loaded
again.
Marriage, says the town
cynic, is only a process by
which a woman confirms her
suitor's avowal that he
doesn't think he is worthy of
her.
*
Either the best or worst
pun of the month is one as-
cribed to a Toronto paper,
commenting on the wicked-
ness of Paris, as follows: Eif-
fel to hini who Eiffel thinks,
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The girl friend says that
among the rarest things of
life is a smile on the face of
a man who goes shopping
with his wife.

A woman's aim is prover-
bially inaccurate, but when
she throws hints she hits the
target nine times out of 10.
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man!
He grum'le all de while.
Dey ain' no pusson in dis
town
Dat evah see him smile.
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come.
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road
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We would appreciate your
forwarding all society and
organization items to the
Jewish Floridian, 652 S. W.
1st street, or rhone 2-8745
not later than noon Wed-
nesday.

Celebrating the 15th anni-
versary of her daughter, Miss
Beatrice Goldenblank, a bridge
party was given Saturday
afternoon by Mrs. M. Golden-
blank at her home. A salad
course was served following
the card games.
Present were Miss Mary
Paterson, Miss Helen Randall,
Mrs. Diver Wayne, Miss Wyl-
ma Terbush, Miss Juanita
Miller,, Miss Mary Keen, Miss
Louise Sottile, Miss Barbara
Dye, Miss iLorothy Campbell,
Mis Crystal Jones, Miss Betty
Sulivan, Miss Louise Deitz,
Miss Gertrude Deitz, Miss
Minnie Blank, Miss Millicent
Rubin, Miss Norma Peleer,
Miss Mary Louise Davies,
Mrs. J. J. Smith, Mrs. Joe
Sigal, Miss Charlotte Chan,
Miss Anna Mae Field and Miss
Mary Meredith.
$ *
Impressive ceremonies
marked the installation of of-
ficers at the luncheon of the
Miami section of Hadassah
last Tuesday with Mrs. Max
Dobrin as toastmaster. Fol-
lowing a short address of wel-
come by Mrs. Dobrin, invoca-
tion was given by Mrs. Jacob
H. Kaplan. Mrs. M. D. Kirsch,
retiring president, gave her
report of the year's activities
followed by a financial report
made by Mrs. Milton Weiner.
Following new officers were
installed: Mrs. Isidor Cohen,
president, who made a short
talk; Mrs. I. A. Ruscol, first
vice president; Mrs. Moses
Kreuger, second vice presi-
dent; Mrs. A. L. Kanter, re-
cording secretary; Mrs.
Harry Weinberg, correspond-
ing secertary; amrs. M. Wein-
er, financial secretary; Mrs.
Harry Rubin, treasurer; Mrs.
Samuel Simonhoff, auditor.
Trustees appointed were mrs.
I.L. Seligman, Mrs. Louis
Eeineitz, Mrs. --. Snowe and
Mrs. Morris Plant.
Chairmen elected included
Mrs. Morris Dubler, national
fund; Mrs. S. Katz, Palestine
supplies; Mrs. David Bogen,
penny luncheon; Mrs. Selig-
man, infant welfare; Mrs. A.
E. Rosenthal, milk bag fund;
Mrs. Dobrin, cultural; Mrs.
Sydney Weintraub, publicity;
Miss Rose Mary Gerson, mem-
bership, ,roup singing, led
by Miss Gerson, concluded
the program.
I *
A meeting of the Junior
Hadassah was held ,ast week
at the nome of Miss Norma
Wolfe at which time final ar-
rangements for the boat ride
which will be given under tne
auspices of the organization
was announced. The Boat riue
will be held on the evening
of May 18, on the boat isis-
cayne and will begin at 7 p.
m. A five piece orchestra will
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has been arranged. Refresh-
ments will ue served. The
committee in charge consist
of Miss Sara Kahn, oue Sch-
ecter, Norma Wolfe, Hannah
Mack, Millicent Rubin, Evie
Marks and Irene Farr. Tick-
ets will be the nominal sum
of one dollar.
V *
A blue and yellow color
scheme prevailed at the
breakfast party and kitchen
shower given by Mrs. Sue
Schachter at Nina's Tea
Room, Coral Gables, last Sun-
day morning for Miss Sylvia
Katz, bride elect of Harry J.
Schwartz. A miniature house
with bride and groom, sur-
rounded by a fence with
"Love Nest" written on the
gate, formed the center table
decoration, and yellow chicks
holding blue cards marked
the places except that of the
guest of honor, Miss Reba
Engler, Reggie Goldstein,
Babette bimons, all brides
elect of June, whose places
were designated by miniature
brides and grooms. Miss Mil-
licent Rubin accompanied by
Miss Sylvia Miller on the
violin gave her version of
Harry's past the bride's fu-
ture in a cleverly illustrated
recitation. Miss Reta Merson
who was the recipient of the
lucky key unlocking the door
to the miniature house found
therein a gold and black van-
ity case which was then pres-
ented to her.
The course of the breakfast
carried out the general color
scheme. A blue vegetable bin
decorated with ribbons and
filled with gifts was present-
ed to the guest of honor.
Guest gifts were also present-
ed to the Misses Engler, Gold-
stein and Simons. Covers
were laid for thirty guests.
I v *
Plans for the garden card
party to be given by the Jun-
ior Hadassah on May 25, be-
ginning at 8 p. m. at the May-
field Court Apartments Patio
on Miami Beach were an-
nounced this week. Further
details will be published in
the next issue of the Jewish
Floridian. At the same time
plans for a dinner dance plan-
ned for June 2, next were also
announced oy the Chairman
Miss Sylvia Katz. It has been
tentatively yset for the Coral
Gables Country Club.
*
The first of a series of af-
fairs that will be given this
summer by the Progressive
League, an organization com-
posed of young Jewish men
and women, was held last
Sunday afternoon. Tennis,
baseball ana other games
were played at Flamingo park
after which the entire party
went to Sunny Isles where
swimming, boating and a
wienie roast concluded the
day's program. Among those
present were Lillian Wucher,
Miriam Scheinberg, Ray Co-
hen, Jessie rink, Ruth Green-
wald, Helen Kantor, Fay
Silverman, Alice Apte, Lath-
eria Steinberg, Frances Eane,


and the chaperon, Mrs.*J.
Field. Philip Breman, Jerry
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The double bar itza of
The double bar rnitzva of


the Rubin cousins took place
at Beth David Synagogue
last Saturday morning when
Arnold Rubin the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Rubin of this
city, and his cousin Harold
Rubin, the son of Mr. ana
Mrs. Isidor Rubin of Coco
Beach, Fla., recited the bless-


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ings as is customary. Quite
large number of friends a
tended the services and Am.
old was complimented upon
the splendid manner in which
he recited the blessings and
Haftora. Arnold has been a
regular attendant at Beth
David Talmud Torah and Sun.
day School. Immediately fol.
lowing the services the par.
ents were hosts at an labor.
ate "Kiddush" in the auditor.
ium of the Talmud Torah.
After all the guests were
seated at the festive tables,
Mr. M. H. hosenhouse presi.
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dent of the Congregation,
presented Rabbi Weisfeld
who recited, first the "Bro-
cho" and then the "Hamotzie"
after which all were invited
to partake of the goodies pro-
vided for them. The toast-
master, Mr. Rosenhouse then
spoke on behalf of the Con-
gregation and extended felici-
tations to the celebrants and
their parents. Mr. S. Rohald
the teacher of the boys then
spoke briefly. Harold Rubin
then spoke and he was fol-
lowed by Arnold who both
pledged their adherence to
the Jewish precepts and their
deep gratitude to their par-
ents. Rabbi Israel H. Weis-
feld then concluded with a
spirited talk to the boys,
mentioning the advantages
which Arnold who was a Mi-
ami resident possessed in be-
ing fortunate to have a Tal-
mud Torah which he could at-
tend. He then addressed the
parents and stressed the les-
son conveyed by the portion
of the week that this Bar
Mitzva ceremonial was but
the beginning of what should
be a life consecrated to the
service of God and man.

A meeting of the Progres-
sive League was held last
week at the home of Albert
Resiman at which the usual
business was transacted.
The meeting was concluded
with a brief social during
which refreshments were ser-
ved.
*


Dr. Barney Weinkle accom-
panie dby Mr. Joseph Berner
went on a short fishing trip
last Sunday and (according
to THEIR reports) had a
very successful excursion re-
sulting in a rather large and


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fruitful catch which provided
their respective homes with
fish for the major portion of
last week.

At the regular meeting of
the Yedidim Club held at the
home of Irving Applebaum,
last Wednesday detailed plans
for the Boat ride given by
the Club were announced. The
members will leave pier 7 on
Sunday next at 8 p. m. on
the Boat Biscayne and a good
time has been arranged by
the committee. The final
events of the athletic contest
between the club and the
Coconut Lamp Co., will be
held this coming Sunday at
Smith's Casino and pools.
S *
One of the social events of
the week was the reception
tendered by Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Rubin at their home,
1923 S. W. 13th street in
honor of the Bar Mitzva of
their son Arnold. The home
was beautifully decorated
with cut flowers ana palms
and a profusion of potted
plants, which made the home
look like a beautiful arbor. A
long table in the center of the
large dining room Was heavi-
ly laden with sweets and
countless goodies for the del-
ectation of the guests. As the
guests arrived they were
greeted by the receiving line
which was headed by Mr. and
Mrs. Rubin, and the Bar Mit-
zva Arnold. Guests began to
arrive at 8 p. m. and the re-
ception did not conclude until
the early hours of the morn-
ing. A number of out of
town guests were present in-
cluding Mrs. T. Holtzberg,
Mrs. Morris Holtzberg, Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Aronovitz, all
of Key West; Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Halpern and Mr. and Mrs.
Isidor Rubin and family of
Cocoa Beach, and Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Rubin of Ft.
Pierce, Fla.
S *


Election for officers of the
Council of Jewish Women was
held last Wednesday at Kap-
lan Hall and the nominations
recommended by the commit-
tee on nominations was unan-
imously adopted, with the ad-
dition of Mrs. I. L. Seligman
who was chosen to the Board
of Directors. The amendment
of the constitution providing
for the holding of meetings
on the 4th Wednesday of each
month to be preceded by a
Board meeting was adopted.
A resolution was adopted by
which the Council endowed a
bed for $1,000 at the Chil-
dren's Hospital at Denver.
The installation luncheon will
be held at the Alcazar Roof
today, May 16, at 12:30
o'clock.


The incoming Executive
Board of the Sisterhood of
Temple Israel will be enter-
tained by its President, Mrs.
I. L. Rosendorf at luncheon,
next Monday at her home at
Miami Beach.

Mrs. I. L. Rosendorf an-
nounced the following heads
of committees for the Sister-
hood of Temple Israel. Peace,
I. L. Seligman; Visiting, J. H.
Kaplan; Music, Hannan Spiro
Asher; Social hour, Gordon
Davis; Program. I. M. Wein-
stein; Membership, J. A.
Richter; Students welfare, I.
Levin; Entertainment, Sam
Levenson; house, Adolpn
Wertheimer; Happy Day
Fund, Harry Nevin; Religion
and Sabbath School, H. I.
Homa; Foundation Fund, S.
Klein; Dormitory and Scholar-
ship Hebrew Union College,
Adolph Cohen; Sewing, Sam-
uel Katz; State Federation of
Propoganda,, D. J. Apte.;
Ways and Means, Mendel
Cromer, and Publicity, Ben
Watts.
*


The regular bi-weekly card
party of the Ladies' Auxiliary
of Beth David Talmud Torah
was held at the Auditorium
last Tuesday night when Mrs.
Nathan Adelman, B. Kandel
and I. Silver acted as the hos-
tesses. Quite a large number
of guests were present and
prizes were awarded the high-
est scores at each individual
table. Refreshments were
served.
*
Two new song hits are in-
troduced in "Their Own De-
sire," Norma Shearer's all-
talking picture which is play-
ing at the Tivoli Theatre next
week. ,
They are "Blue Is the
Night," written by Fred Fish-
er, and "She's Got the Boy
Friend Blues," by Reggie
Montgomery and George
Ward. In her last picture,
"The Last of Mrs. Cheyney,"
Miss Shearer surprised her
fans by playing the piano in
an after-dinner recital scene.
In the new film, the star
again plays the piano, using
the "Blue Is the Night" num-
ber. "She's Got the Boy
Friend Blues" is sung by a
quartet.
A marriage seven hours oe-
fore a man is to hang for
murder, and the buying of a
husband on the instalment
plan are announced as start-
ling plot features of "Dyna-
mite," by Jeanie MacPherson,
Cecil B. De Mille's first talk-
ing picture, which will open
at the Tivoli Theatre next
week. "Dynamite is said to
be a story of the old-time De
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WEST PALM BEACH
ACTIVITIES
Charles Bickford and Julia
Faye.
Two social events will com-
plete the May social calendar
for the Beth El Sisterhood.
The first will be a card party
sponsored by Mrs. Wax and
Mrs. Schrebnick for the bene-
fit of the Talmud Torah
Maintenance Fund for Sun-
day evening, May 18, at the
Community House. Elaborate
preparations have been made
to make this evening a real
enjoyable one and in addition
to the prizes which will be
awarded, refreshments will be
served.
The second and final of the
May socials will be probably
the outstanding one of the
month and will take the form
of a Fish Supper for the bene-
fit of the Talmud Torah and
which will oe held on Sunday
evening, May 25, at the Com-
munity House, 414 7th. Street
West Palm Beach.
Announcement has been
made that summer schedule
for the Talmud Torah will be-
gin Monday, May 19 and will
be the hours of 9 until 12
every morning. Two classes,
elementary and advanced will
be taught.
The baseball League re-
cently formed by the Beth El
Juniors is nmakin rapid
strides in its practice and will
shortly issue challenges to
the pupils of the Junior
grades of nearby Talmud
Torahs and Sunday Schools
including those of Miami. The
youngsters are very enthusi-
asti to make this team one
of the outstanding teams in
the Southern portion of Flor-
ida.
Mrs. Mary Schrebnick, our
West Palm Beach reresenta-
tive, is now interviewing our
subscribers ana we apprei-
ate the many courts being
shown her. At the same time
we sugest that if there are
any social items which our
friends desire to be publish-
ed we should appreciate their
being forwarded to Rabbi

TIVOLI
Theatre
W. FIhgh 1 86 Au,.
Fri. aJ Sal, May 1-17
LON GHANEY

"PHANTOM OF
THE OPERA"
TaIig cnd
Ae oA f soCal- Tadi
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NORMA SR ARRK

Their Om Desire"
-- OLLTWOOD ST-A-R


Wrebd, our correspondent,
or to Mrs. Shreanick.
The average woman is
truthfl until she get old
enough to lie about her age.
*
A man doesn't have to wear
good clothes if he can afford
not to.
*
Age brings window: that
may be why a woman wil
not tell her age.


VOTE FOR

SRusseH F. Hand

X Comty Cniemer
3rd Datrict
SYer vrte wil be appreila ed
X \


WILLIAM

M. TOOMER
Candidate For
SECRETARY
OF STATE
June Primary. 1930

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a.?s aS r of State.
S-c e Governor'
Cabre ac -be ereaz: Boards
k:Earios: Bfidgt. Stare
:I-_3i=e-:5s. e:c- New life

ar.:wr uc erpomments-
a <; re- t .al allianee

He Is Oppsed By Three
TaBaassee Candidates
(Pai Poitical AdvA.


T. E. PRICE
(Tubby)
WISHES TO ANNOUNCE
HIS CANDIDACY FOR
ELfEC IO TO THE OFFICE
Of
JUDGE OF THE CRIMINAL
COURT OF RECORD
Of BaD Cmaty. Frida
SeiC to the I Demratk


S vatie iandr sappt wi
be uanly apprecined.


I respetfa o pres-nt
Mysdlf to the D1mcratice
fteris of Dade Cinty
for m 2imme. aw their
adale for the affie
of Repromtative frc
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mended to you Because:
t, energetic and Impartial in the
is of criminals without fear or

2. He has, and will
devote his entire
time' to the of.
flee.

3. He has appointed
nd will main.
taiu a staff of
able and\ honor.
able assistants.
4. He is free from
a n y obligation
whatever to any
newspaper,
group or indivi.
dual whomsoever

)RD OF HIS OFFICE IS UN.
ED IN THE ENTIRE HISTORY
COUNTY.
YOUR VOTE FOR

McCASKILL
County Solicitor
Will Be Appreciated
atic Primary, June 3, 1930
advertisement paid for by a friend.)


J. C. BROWN
For Representative
Group 1.
TWICE A MEMBER
OF THE
FLORIDA LEGISLATURE
I favor a Beduction of Tan
Expanding our eductiona
facilities
Cessation of State Hig hY
Construction
Provide sufficient funds for
aamntenaaec of roads with
a reasonable amount for
School fund, the balance of
Gas Tax money to be re-
turned to the Counties for
the retirement of Bonds.
R-apportionment
Abolition of Poll Tax
Leteli rlHorse radci .
SDog racial
+ subject t the Deerati
Primmry, aJne rd.


ELECT

Thomas S Fergses

Judge of the Civil
Court of Record
If enede Ip-hmye 1 0e0,
time t thu Ite 'aI toe f t
Court f Ruewd a wDl ftw
faly perfw the sdtie 9 ,
office.
YTer Ve= a 0it will s


S1929, a0d believe
mmri e will ea
s to rabder better

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. Jue 3., 1930

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