The Jewish Floridian

The Jewish Floridian


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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 27, 1930
Publication Date:


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


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

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University of Florida
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Vol. III-No. XXVI Miami, Florida, Friday, June 27, 1930 Price 5 Cents

Bank Depositors
* Adopt Resolutions
A meeting at the Bayfront
Park last Wednesday night
was attended by several thou-
sand of Bay Biscayne deposi-
tors and they listened to ad-
dresses by representatives of
the so called Burdine Com-
mittee as well as an impas-

S signed speech by Abe Arono-
vitz, chairman of another de-
positors committee. In his ad-
dress Mr. Aronovitz charged
that the agreement which the
Burdine committee has asked
the depositors to sign carries
entirely too much authority
and does not protect the de-
positors sufficiently. All that
he urged to be done ".tas that
a thorough investigation and
audit of the Bank's affairs be
made, and that the depositors
be protected by a clause nec-
essitating the ratification by
the depositors of any plan
submitted by the committee.
-The committee of the Bank
of Bay Biscayne Depositors
Association consisting of Abe
Aronovitz, chairman; J. F.
Jaudon, H. L. Cox, Harry Mil-
ler. and Norman Blakely
adopted resolutions as fol-
Whereas the Executive
Comnmttee is of the opinion
S that the depositors have A
right to receive full and com-
. plete information- both from
the bank. officials and the
State Comptroller and his rep-
kesentatives as to the true
status and -condition of the
said bank.
Whereas the report has
emanated that E. P. Duncan,
former vice president of Bank
of Bay Biscayne has been ap-
S pointed liquidator or will be
appointed liquidator, and this
committee being opposed to
This plan.'
SBe It Therefore Resolved
that this committee recom-
"mend and advise all deposi-
tors of the said Bank of Bay
S "., Biscayne to refuse at this
time to sign ang powers of at-
Storney with a view towards
carrying out any plan to
S freeze the assets and refuse
S to permit any individual re-
sponsible4or the closing of
the said bank to continue to
operate the same.
Be it further resolved that
this committee carry out the
desires and wishes of our As-
sociation here to appose the
appointment or confirmation
of Mr. E. P. Duncan as liqui-
dator of this bank, or any
other liquidator.

Communists Must
Serve Sentence

The llUate division of
the New.' York Supreme
Court rejt the appeals of
the five Commnunits, Foster
r Lester, Raymond
Na ter who were found
a lower court in fa-
d ie r t Unith Square
U under -the deil-
S. n the Comnmunits wgil

F Bew PUBLISHER'S Is u Pdr Candidates Express
Their Thanks
SAmong those calling at the
In conformity with a policy office of the Jewish Floridian
adopted by the publishers of immediately after last Tues-
the Jewish Floridian last day's primaries were C. L
year, we shall during the Wheat, successful candidate
summer season only, publish for County Purchasing Agent
a four page edition of the Judge E. C. Collins, for Crim-
Jewish Floridian unless the final Court Judge, James J.
advertising carried from time Marshall of the Board of Pub-
to time warrants a larger pa- Marshall of the Board of Pub-
per. A.lic Instruction and Fred Pine
S We know that our readers nominee for County Solicitor.
will approve this policy and Mr. Wheat said: "I sincere-
will bear with us even though ly appreciate the splendid
Lieut. Apollo Soucek of the Navy several features are elimin- Josiah W Bailey, whodefeated he vote of confidence given me
in the plane in which he broke the ated which they usually en- veteran Senator immons of North te confided i
world's -altitude record. The mask is joy. This is in line with the Carolina for the Democratic Senate by the voters of this district,
connected with an oxygen tank general policy in effect in Mi- nomination and particularly appreciate
ami of conserving assets dur-I
Jewish Boy Is ing the summer season. Murder Suspect he support given me by my
If from time to time you el Jail Jewish friends, many of
In Byrd Group desire some change made in Is Held In ail whom were actively enlisted
n B r 9r the features we shall be hap- s in my aid during the cam-
When Admiral Byrd ar- py, if within reasonable limits While authorities are chas- paign. I will keep my promise
to grant the wishes of our ing new clues in the murder th
rived in New York ity last correspondents and will be Sunday night of M.N. Misleh ade by me during the elec-
week accompanied by the glad to hear from our many 1160 N. W. Seventh avenue, tion to employ and use Dade
companions of his South Po- readers. Hubert Harrington, negro, County products and labor."
lar Expedition, it was learned In the early fall we have originally pointed out in a Mr. Marshall was gratified
for the first time that Bennie arranged for many new fea- group of 60 suspects by Daisy at the result and said: "By
Roth, a Jewish bohad abeentures which we feel certain Misleh, the slain man's 12- my work on the School Board
Roth, a Jewish boy, had been will add to the pleasure of our year-old daughter, remained and earnest application to the
a valuable member of the el- readers. in the county jail in spite of manifold problems cQnfront-
pedition. We craveyour careful con- a coroner's verdict that ing it, I will endeavor to sus-
"Bennie" Roth was born in sideration and the patronage Misleh was slain by "persons tain the confidence imposed
New York city in 1892, and of all for the advertisers of unknown." in me. I appreciate the sup-
sec~i~ di. s entenw in the the Jewish Floridian. The girl told Warren L. port given me by my many
public schools of New York H dah ld eedo u p given me by my r
Newcumb, peace justice; and Jewish friends and supporters
public schools of New York Hada ah Holds E. F. Kennedy, constable, aft- and will do my utmost to de-
city. His mother died when er the inquest, that although serve it."
he was 9 years old, having Final Meeting she couldn't "swear Harring- Judge Collins who received
lost his father five years be- toni was the man, yet she be- an even larger vote in this
Judgee Con planne f ^e llins who sa frecei ve
fore. His last address was The final meeting of the lievedhe was. Sam Misleh,primary than in the first
309 Powell street, Browns- season for Hadassah was held the slain man's brother add- primary several weeks ago
ville where his brother still at the Congress building last ed that Harrington's state- expressed his appreciation
imaitains his home. st.IMonday afternoon whgen a meant of coming to Miami from and said: "I shall do my ut-
Fourteen years ago Ben Me splendid prog whasre Lake Okeechobee was false, most to carry on the record
Fourteen yearsm gag B es.endd p a wil bpre- t T u Tr a u r
enlisted in the United States senate. A large number wre as he had seen the negro in I have heretofore mace and
Army and served throughout present and at the conclusion Miami several times. thus seek to show my appre-
the world after having seen of the m ing ng gifts were pre- Police, who joined the citation for the splendid vote
long service in the Phillipine sented to ea new member sheriff's office in the drive, of confidence given me last
Islands. Recently he was mo- which had been provided by arrested four suspects who, Tuesday. I appreciate the sup-
tor mechanic at the Mitchell a friend of Hadassprovided bMrs. it was expected would be port given me by my Jewish
Aviation field. When Admiral Dora Hilton Miller sang a questioned by George Bing, friends."
Byrd was about to sail on his number of splendidly received investigator of the state at- Fred Pine was happy and
South Pole Expedition he songs, and she was accom- torney's office. in expressing his appreciation
asked the War Department to pnied at the piano by Miss said: "The splendid vote giv-
recommend a motor mh- Francis Druckerman. A boat Ladies Auxiliary by the people show that
anic and the authorities uni- ride, picnic, and card party To ntethey know what they want
ted in saying that "Bennie" have been planned for the T Entertai and will not stand for any-
was the best man they could summer act vities. thing else. I have received
possibly recommend. He was The next card party of the The Ladies Auxiliary of the vindication" at the
on leave of absence at the Hadassah will be held Tues- Beth David Talmud Torah that I sought. I since
time, but was found studying day evening, Jqly 8, at 8 p. m. will be the host at their re- preciate all that my
at the Paterson station of the at the Columbus hotel when gular bi-weekly card party at friends have done for .
Wri ht 'Aviation Co. When Mrs. Barney Weinkle will be the Talmud Torah auditorium
he there received the offer to chairman of the evening. on Tuesday evening. July 8. RAbbi I avosV

accompany Byra ne immel-
ately accepted. It became nec-
essary for hi mto re-enlist for
a three year period, which he
immediately did, and has al-'
ready served two of the three
years with Byrd at the South'
Pole. To Bennie goes the cred-
it for a great deal of the suc-
cess of the South Polar Ex-
pedition because upon his ex-
pert handling of the aero-f
plane motors depended on the
success of the trip.
Bennie is one of the most.
popular members of the -
pedition and is known as. the
Jewish.Fellow," and when ho
first lefton the trip took lth.
him a 'Talith," "Tefilli,"
and Sidur.


at which Mesdames J. Katz, .
Harry Seitlin and E. Weinkle For Vacation
will be the hostesses. Prizes
will be awarded for high Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld,
scores and refreshments will of Congregation Beth David
be served, will leave next Monday for
New York and other points
Gov. Roosevelt North for his summer vaca-
tion. He will travel by auto
Issues Pard and will be accompanied by
Mrs. Weisfeld. While North,
Albany, N. Y.-Governor Rabbi and Mrs. Weisteld will
Franklin. D. Roosevelt par- visit Mrs. Weisfeld p parents
doned Frederick Rosenbe'g in Toronto, Canada, and wil
who was. serving a .term in deliver a series of lectures on
Sing Sing for larceny," last Jewish subjects before some
Saturday, because of heroism of the largest congregations
shown by Rosenberg during a there. He has also been invit-
fir at the prison. In fighting ed to deliver a series of "a
t ire eRosenperg rescued a dresses before the Yeahva
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A weekly newspaper published at
Miami, Florida
The Jewish Floridian Publishing
Phone 2-8745



In delivering an address to
the graduates of a famous
Seminary for Rabbis, one of
the most learned professors,
touching upon the attitude of
the congregation to the mod-
ern Rabbi, said: "Today the
Rabbi is supposed to be an
omniscient, a social worker, a
campaign manager, a literary
critic, a judge of art, every-
thing except a scholar or a
Lamdan. You expect him at
every marriage and funeral;
he must be present at every
public function; he must be
up to date on every problem,
economic, political, literary
and social; YOU EXPECT
CHILDREN; to shake hands
with the Mayor, to pat the
Alderman on the shoulder; to
be interested in civic affairs;
not to be strange to national
questions; to rass an opinion
on the force of the navy, the
strength of the army, the fu-
ture of aviation and the rela-
tion of relativity to the stock
exchange; all possible and
impossible subjects-but you
never question whether you
left the Rabbi time to study
the Talmud, the Midrash,
Jewish Philosophy, the works
of Maimonides, Ibn Ezra or
Judah Halevyor the works
of the modern scholars, Zunz,
Rappaport, Luzzato, Geiger
and a host of others." He
Nb,ethis was not said by an
Orthodox Rabbi or scholar at
all. Professor Israel Davidson
speaking to the graduates of
the Jewish Theological Sem-
inary of America (the so call-
ed Conservative citadel) ut-
tered these fine words. And,
continuing, he said "Religion
has become a sort of busi-
ness, and spirituality a mean-
ingless word."
These words were not
a'one directed to the students
but to that particular brand
of American Rabbi and lay-
man which parades its ignor
ance and arrogant disregard
of Jewish fundamentals un-
der a cloak of so called "Pro-
gressive" Judaism. We have
had an example 'of it when a
Rabbi in Toronto labored
hard to prove to his future
Gentle clientele that Ortho-
.- ,4 Judaism, in pontra-dis-

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'I shal
"T ailla1

a, U1A.A .a v ali l I
mured, "to share all yo
griefs and troubles."
"1 darTling, have
'1 mean when we are m
Lawyer: "I'll take yo
case for $100."
Client: "And how much
let go, if I win?"
Dr. Sledd has been chos
to transcribe the King Jan
version of the Bible into mo
ern American English.
course he cannot start un
next winter, because a slei
idle in the summer.

"Now, Bobby, why do
insist on saying that a
has feathers ?"
'Cause I heard sister s
ing Flea Is a Bird."
"Have you a visible t:
writer ?"
"Well, er-she's never
ible before about 9:30."
Have you made someone 1
Or made someone sad-
What have you done 'with
Day that you had?

God gave it to you
To do just as you would
Did you do what was wic
Or do what was good?

Did you hand out a smile
Or just give 'em a frow
Did you lift someone up
Or help someone get dov

Did you lighten some loa
Or some progress imped
Did you look for a rose
Or just gather a weed?

What did you do with
Your beautiful day?
God gave it to you
And you threw it away.

Just start out tomorrow-
You'll find it worth while
To drive off some sorrow
And help folks to smilE
"Whatsa matter, dea
wasn't your engagement
genuine ?"
"Oh, yes; the ring was,
the engagement wasn't.

tinction to "progressive" Jud-
aism, is incompatible with
genuine loyalty to the Coun-
try wherein he lives. To all
these Rabbis and laymen we
earnestly suggest that they
go back to Cheder and there
learn the elementary facts of
Judaism and Jewish life.
But what a coincidence:
Last Saturday morning be-
fore the Florida conference of
the Methodist Episcopal
Church South, in initiating a
class of nine ministers on
whom deacon's orders had
been conferred and who were
admitted to full membership
in the conference:
"You are not to be boos-
ters," Bishop John M. Moore
told a class of nine ministers
"Your business is to promote
without boosting-not politi-
cal or business affairs but re-
ligious affairs."
It seems that we Jews are
not alone in failing to realize

Lur-i I1 an ma Cni muanig *lA
our In his heart; the
no Kills one, because the
ar- And wastes his life in
or revel.
The sage man, ruling
our According to the wh
to But yields to neither
en The chronic kicker
ien The chronic kicker


ways rignt on tne JOD.

A man's credit is
good when he doesn't
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Old bachelors are women's
rights and widowers are wo-



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you men's lefts. .-. ---...
flea An amazing thing developed. Some of the worst situa-
Very few men wear their tions proved to be the easiest, and not one of the wholtlot
ing- trousers out at the knees turned out to be worth half the worry I had given it.
praying for work. The lesson was valuable. I ought to have learned it much
earlier in life, for I had been given plenty of opportunity .to
ype- Most of tne things post- observe the ways of successful men in such matters.
poned until tomorrow could One of my first bosses made it a rule every morning to .
vis- have been done today. ask for the bad news first. He said: "I want to get the tough
I things off the calendar while I am fresh. I never deal with
Every married woman poli- the same thing twice. When I pick up a paper from my desk
hap- tician thinks she is qualified I don't lay it down until it's settled. Procrastination is
to become a political boss. poison."
An acquaintance of mine is a prominent operator'in-Wall
the By the time a man reaches Street. I asked once if it were true that at different times he
the age where he really does has taken tremendous losses.
know something he has also "Losses," he exclaimed, "I've taken millions in losses.
reached the age of discretion Any man who tries to get through life without taking losses
i- and doesn't brag about it. will never make any money. The trick is to take 'em quick
ked and forget 'em. Amateurs worry about them in advance and
Doorkeeper: What's the brood about them afterward. The worry and the brooding,
long-winded discussion on to- break thei rnerve."
day? The Book of Proverbs, which said pretty nearly every-
n? Senator: They're debating thing that can be said-and much better-has this verae:
on the best means of shorten- "The _saith, Thereis a lion. without, T all. .-
wn ? ing the deoates. be slain in the streets."
Worrying about the lion, the slothful man is eaten-by
d Her Husband: Wonderful, fear, which is a more terrible death.
le? isn't it, how they can broad- The wise man steps out boldy. And more often than n .
cast news by radio? the lion proves to be just a motion picture lion, with his cla-
Mrs. Chatterson: Not so cut short and his poor old teeth all gone.
very wonderful. When I have
a little secret I want to tell
I turn it loose at the Neigh-
borhood Bridge Club and it F.'
circulates just as fast. t w
A cat never cries over \
le- spilled milk. *

S All is not gold that shows JOHN JOSEPH GAINES M.D.
up in a glittering mining S W .
rie,I prospectus. SERIOUS WARNINGS
Time and tide wait for no Big headlines in the late newspapers announce that ser.'
but man-and a woman is always eral hundred citizens have become paralyzed from drinking g
behind time. Jakee" or tincture of Jamaica ginger. This is a somewhat.
surprising conclusion, but. even science cannot rknnow --r


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what the duties of the minis- thing; we are learning day by day, often by very painful and
ters or the Rabbi are. But afflicting experience..
what a difference! We Jews Of course alcohol is the preserving agent in allevegetable -;
the "Aam Hasifer," the peo- tinctures. "Jake" is a medicine, pure and simple. It hasu. '1
pie to whom the Torah was mortal use as a beverage; the guzzler of this poison mtist
given of all the nations of the pect to take the consequences.
earth, we who should lead, The purpose of this letter to my readers is, to warn ag'afit
we Jews fall by the wayside. the use of any unnecessary thing. Life and happiness, a too
To-us-theRabbi isbut y precious to be fiddled away in foolish habits.. The m o
thing among many others. woman without sense enough to obey the law of self-pre "
Noti-hnr'to lepd us, but we tion-a law which even dumb brutes recognize--mug~ost
to lead him. pect to reap the fruits of such serious folly..
I wonder, even though this Can legislation put sense in the human head? "OrwM
coincidence, even though teaching be better? Can I compel my neighbor"to ab .Jt:
Gentiles as well as Jews seem from being a hog? Must I imprison him for noaths
to suffer in the same manner, in order to educate him? These are vital questions, i
whether or not we can realize of shaking the foundation of a republic. Wars have
that even we must go back to from disputes over less vital things.
fundamentals, that we must I shall never swear out a warrant for any im anH
realize that Religion is not a who does not interfere with my rights unjustly. But w
business, Synagogues not a right to say to my patient, my friend, my neighbor, 'i
business, but "RELIGION A no better custodian of your most precious poss
MATTER OF SPIRITUAL- health and happiness-than to fritter, themfawa
ITY." "The Synagogue a "Jake" and corn whisky, then" take the con
place where the Rabbi may blame nobody but yourself." I might sayth
properly.. bring spirituality aconite would do a quicker, cleaner job or
ald trti directly home to your. family a lot of worry! I have no
S- -as .medicine. ., .. -I :-
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There was one year in my life when it seemed As et r
thing went exactly wrong.
The resulting accumulating of worries and pribles *
loomed up like a range of mountains. It hardly seemed wth W
while to try to get on top of one of them because therew!m
so many others beyond.
Wise old Talleyrand, when he could not see his way dear-
ly through a difficult situation, used to take to his bed amd
give out word that he was ill. It was his experience..'that[
many difficulties solved themselves if one only let them alone
for awhile. :
Adopting his example, I went away for a couple of weeks
and played golf. When I got back the troubles and problems
had not disappeared, but I was a different man. *,
I went down to the office, made a list of all of them, and i
decided to tackle the toughest one first. I cleaned it up in one
day and started after the others



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ulP' s nS M accom-
S derobvie, N.
tTuesday. She will
y auto accom-
t her husband who
n to Miami imedi-
rs. -.tSimpson and chil-
mil -remain at their cot-
Sseveral months to
their-summer vacation.
Si ipsoen is -one of the
era of Beth David
iiAudlary, and was its
isrt president for some
ie tellnquishing the posi-
on because of ill health. She
i' still an active worker in
the organization. Her hus-
band is secretary of Beth
a *
M .rts. A. Daum left on the
Gl~Cy4ei e lst week for New
I. yrk W .ere she will visit re-
Slatives and friends and will
S:etutn in about a month.
-' *
Mrs. Medel Cromer left last
Iturday night to visit
Sand relatives in Rich-
ond, Vt.,-where she will re-
airn several months.
.** *
SM.iss Bertha Ungar left for
Taila last week to spend
Abouta minth of her summer
action with relatives and

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Mary Gerson will tell of
"Oommander Byrd and His
The marriage of Miss Bab-
ette Joy Simons and Leo G.
Ackerman was solemnized at
the home of the bride's par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Simons,
Thursday morning. Aaron
Farr played the wedding
march and Miss Rosemary
Gerson sang "I Love You
Truly" (Bond). The ceremony
was performed at an impro-
vised alter of roses and plams
by Rabbi Jacob Kaplan.
Following the ceremony
the bride and bridegroom
were entertained at a bridal
breakfast for the immediate
family at the Miami Biltmore
Courty club. They left for a
wedding trip in North Caro-
lina, and will be home after
July 15 at 2429 S. W. First
Both Mr. and Mrs. Acker-
man have been residents of
Miami for several years. She
came here from Omaha, Neb.
She is a graduate of Thomas
Jefferson school in New York
an attended the University
of Miami. Mr. Ackerman is a
member of the firm Acker-
man-Lewis Insurance Agency
having come to Miami from
Chattanooga, Tenn.
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Mr. and Mrs. Sol. Weinkle
will celebrate the Bar Mitzva
of their son Jerome at the
Beth David Synagogue next
Saturday morning, June, 28,
at 10 a. m. Following the ser-
vices the parents of Jerome
will be the hosts at an old
fashioned "Kidduh" in the
auditorium of the Talmud
Torah to all the worhippers
and guests. Jerome is the
grandson of Mr. Louis Wein-
kle who is the Treasurer and
one of the active workers of
Beth David Synagogue and
Talmud Torah.
Mrs. Harry Oliphant who
was away from Miami for the
past several months spending
the time with relatives and
friends in the North returned
to the city last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wein-
kle left Sunday morning for
Jacksonville, to attend the
funeral services of Mr. Wein-
kle's brother-in-law, Mr. Paul
Newman. Mr. Newman a long
time resident of Jacksonville,

Mr. and Mrs. J. Atkins an- Fla. who was in the wholesale
Interesting a wide circle of nojuee the marriage of their drygoods and notion business
ends was the marriage of daughter, Miss Rose Atkins, had gone to Asheville, N. C.
ss ;*Reba Rebecca Engler to Harry Himmel Sunday, to spend the summer when he
d Leonard Epstein at the June 15, at Beth David Synak was taken ill and died sud-
me of her parents, Mr. and gogue. Rabbi 1: H. Weisfeld denly. The funeral was held
s. A. ]ngler, at. dusk last :officiated. The bride was at- on Monday.
iucrd .- Dr Jacob- Kaplan tended by Miss Edna Badanis, *
ciated in the presence of maid of honor, and Jack At- Mr. and Mrs. Max Kupfer-
fAmlies anda few friends. kins served as best man. A stein will leave next Monday
eaome had been trans- reception followed at the morning to spend the summer
I into a flower garden. home of Mr. and Mrs. Atkins in the mountains of New
iii;Epstein of Louisville, and later the couple left for York state. He will motor
N, *as his brother's best a wedding trip to Toronto, north and will be accom-
l. UCanada. They will make their panied by Rabbi and Mrs.
rFolowing the ceremony home in Miami after July 15. Israel H. Weisfeld. Mr. Kup-
aS WUe entertaired at ferstein is financial secretary
itWr a later a tr ouple -Quite-r-large number of of Beth David and is the or-
t r-a wedding, trip members of the Arbeiter ganizer and founder of the
t r t -East an .to Ring and. their .-friends at- Ladies Auyiliary of Beth
N C, ., erq they eded the entertainment giv- David. Mrs. Kupferstein is
-bif l tlapnt Mr. en by-the Wemef's Club- last .._.-.
X.L N. Epstein. Sunday night at the Work- ..--.
S r. mens-fircle hall. Mrs. L. El- PRIVATE INSTRUCTIONS
Ruth Bryan Owen Ora- kins, one of the active mem- AT YOUR HOME
hal club has outlined the bers of the organization pre- FOCHILD OR ADULT
euseas of timely subjects sided. Each members: of the
its meeting at' S:80 p. m. organization was called upon In All Branches of Hebrew
S at .the home of Mrs. to. present his or her views as At reasonable prices, by an ex-
!Mie Scher, 27 avenue to the status of the Arbeiter- periened and able Pedagogue
aicaCoral Gables.. Mrs. Ring Schule because of the Give Your Child A Jewish
d 7tE. Rosenthal will problem presented by the re- Education -,
on !'Environment cent bank closing. Great en- E. GORDO
Ethan Heredity,'- and thusiasm was. aroused when .st Phone 298
Parkas' subject unanimous approval was giv- 1620 N. W. t St. Phone2-1
'ries." Miss Rose en by the members to the-rf -

chairman 6f t'hbi se c s 6eom-
mitted of Beth David Auxili-
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opening of the school in a
short time, and though not
called upon, the great major-
ity pledged a voluntary dona-
tion of fifty dollars per year
for the upkeep of the school.
Mr. A. Dock declaimed sev-
eral well knotn poems, among
them some of Bialik's fa-
mous compositions which had
been translated into the Yid-
dish. During the evening re-
freshments were served.
S $

Mrs. A. Kirschenbaum,
Mr.s Meyer Friedman, and
Mrs. J. Simpson were hostes-
ses last Tuesday evening for
a card party at Beth David
Talmud Torah for the bene-
fit of the Talmud Torah
Fund. Refreshments were ser-
ved and prizes were awarded
to the highest scores at each

tibie 'The hext card party
will be held at the Talmud
Torah auditorium on July 8.

Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Blanck
residents of Miami for more
than eighteen years will for-
mally announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Min-
nie, on Sunday next, to Mr.
Samuel Goldenblank now of
Miami and formerly of New
York city.
Miss Blanck was born in
Key West and came to Miami
with her parents about eigh-
teen years ago while still a
baby. She attended the Miami
High Schools and later gra-
duated from the Miami High
School after which she went
to the Benjamin School for
girls on Riverside Drive, New
York. She received her relig-
ious training at Beth David
Sunday school and congrega-
tion, her father having been
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Buyer of All Kinds of Scrap Metal
2141 N. W. SECOND AVE. / Chas. Tannenbaum,
Phone 20621 Pharmacist
(reg. pharmacist for 17 years)
BAGS and METALS Cor 22nd Ave. and 8th St. S. W.
(Inc.) Dr. A. D. Halpern, Ph. G. Ph. D.
I. L. MINTZER Prescriptions Our Specialty
MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS 128 N. Miami Ave. Phone 2971
435-445 N. W. 8th Street
Phone 4485
Scrap Metal and Machinery ADELMAN PIPE & STEEL CO.
N. W. Cor. 5th Ave. and 14th St.
Phone 22546 58 N. E. 25th St.
Aat F. E. C. R.R Phone 21486
J. SIMPSON Phone 81355
Building Materials, 53 North East 25th Street
Roofing Paper, Asphalt
423 N. W. N. River Driva PRINTERS
Phone 7251
DELICATESSEN "Printing 'that Pays"
Phone 28261
170 N. W. 5th St 107 South Miami Avenue
170 N. W. 5th St.
We Supply Your Every Want AUTO PARTS
N. W. 17th Ave. at 23rd St.
629 W. Flaler St. The Largest ear wreckers in
Phone 2-3362 Florida

Undertaing Co.
Phons 23535-31624

W. H. Combs Co., Esta. 1896
Phone Miami 82101
1m N. I. Lad Aumm
Phone M. 5B. 2101
12a WaJblsse Ave.
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Mrs. I. L. Rosendorf was
host to the members of Tem-
ple Israel Sisterhood and
their friends at a card party
at her home last Monday for
the benefit of.the Sisterhood.
Mrs. J. A. Davis was awarded
first prize and Mrs. Gordon
Davis, consolation. Refresh-
ments were served and quite
a tidy sum was realized for
the Sisterhood.

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By constipation we mear
insufficient fecal evacuation
either in quality or frequency
and is an ill with which many
persons seem to be affected
It is a matter of record thai
eighty-five per cent of con
stipation is usually acquired
or attributed to faulty habits
or poor hygiene while the re
remaining fifteen per cent is
due either to inherited bodily
defects or some underlying
pathological or diseased con-
Many of the eighty-five per
cent of the sufferers of con-
stipation, referred to above,
are afflicted as the result of
eating food that is too refin-
ed, lessened consumption of
water, lessened bodily exer-
,cise due to the use of motor
vehicles, spending too much
time indoors, repeated failure
to obey the desire to defecate
thereby blunting the sensibil-
ity of the nerves of the sig-
moid and rectum, eating food
that is too highly stimulating
and irritating, excessive use
of tobacco, alcoholic bever-
ages, habit of reading and sit-
ting too prolonged at stool,
and finally, irregularity of
going to stool.
By overcoming constipa-
tion most of the following evil
symptoms to which many
persons are subject will us-
ually disappear: colicky pains
due to distention, loss of ap-
petite, fullness after meals,
bad taste in mouth, coated
tongue, belching, mild nausea,
feeling of despondency, ver-
tigo, headache, insomnia, pal-
pitation of the heart, etc.
Good bowel movements are
chiefly dependent upon the
following factors: efficient
rhythmic wormlike wave mo-
tion (known as peristalsis) of
the intestines; well developed
adboninal muscles resulting
in an increase of the intra-
adbominal (within the abdo-
men) pressure thereby aiding
peristalsis; normal quantity
and quality of the digestive
juices, namely: bile, pancrea-
tic juice, intestinal juices
etc.; finally, sufficient resi
due or mass remaining in the
intestinal canal after com-
plete digestion causing by its
presence repeated peristali
waves until the mass is push
ed onward into the sigmoic
or rectum.
The best way to prevent o0
overcome constipation is t<
adopt a definite hygienic pro
cedure which consists of elim
inating a possible chance o:
a diseased condition such ai
intestinal kinks, tumors, stric
tures, etc. This having beer
done the person so afflicted
should eat a diet of rough
foods and fruits, drink six t4
eight glasses of water daily
regularity in the time of go
ing to stool, outdoor exercise
regularity in time of eating

and sleeping. Enemas anm
drugs should be used as a lasl
resort and only when neces
sary. Diseased conditions
should be treated and giver
the proper care and treat
Mrs. Hoyle: My husband ii
a regular cave man.
Mrs. Doyle: My husband
works in the subway.

Mrs. Harry A. Lee, proprie-
tress of Harry Lee Inc., who
has one of the most select
; lines of ladies ready to wear
in West Palm Beach, left for
Miami Friday, accompanied
n by her husband and children.
1 She will board the Algon-
Y quin there for New York,
Y where she will remain one
I month, combining business
t with pleasure.
S Mrs. Leo Rader, proprie-
- tress of the Outlet Depart-
" ment Store on North Dixie
5 and Twentieth street, left for
Chicago, Friday called by the
Serious illness of her brother,
who is to be operated on Mon-

SFinal report on the Fish
, Supper which was sponsored
by the Beth El Sisterhood,
was given last Tuesday night,
at a regular Sisterhood meet-
ing. The affair was one great
success, proceeds of which
goes to the Talmud Torah.
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SMiss Rosebelle Scher and
Miss Ruth Glasser, mem-
bers of the Delta Tau Epsilon
Sorority of Tallahassee, Flor-
ida, sponsored a benefit
scholarship bridge from
which the proceeds will go to-
wards sending one girl to col-
lege. The benefit bridge was
sponsored on Monday night
at the Elverano hotel on the
lake front. Quite a good num-
ber of friends responded for
the worthy cause and enjoyed
a delightful evening of bridge.


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one of its organizers and of-
ficers for a long time. She
is the granddaughter of Man-
uel Rippa well known Miami
pioneer and communal work-
er. She is an active member

To my friends and support-
ers I extend my sincere gra-
j titude for the splendid sup-
port accorded me at the
S polls, June 24, 1930.

S Democratic nominee for
Palm Beach County
Group one

o I sincerely thank you
and appreciate the splen-
did support accorded me

S at the polls, June 24th,
1 by the Jewish people of
t Palm Beach County

1 J. Stockton


of Junior Hadassah and *of ary of Beth DgvicE Talmu#
the Junior Council of Jewigi Torah will be held next Tues-
Women. Mr. Goldenblank was day evening, July 1, at the

formerly engaged in business
in New York city but is now
associated with Miss Blanck's
father in the general merch-
andise business at North Mi-
ami avenue. The parents will
tender a reception at their
home, 1800 S. W. 11th street
next Sunday evening, from 8
to 11 p. m. to which all friends
are invited. The marriage will
take place on Miss Blanck'b
return from her vacation in
the early fall. She will leave
for her vacation early next
week and will spend some-
time in Hendersonville, N. C.
and other points north.
Mr. John Wolf well known
communal worker of Miami
left for a business trip to
Oklahoma last Wednesday
morning and will be gone for
about a month.
An important business
meeting of the Ladies Auxili-

With The
Is At
All Summer
Strictly Kosher Meats
Freshly Killed Poultry
A Full Line of
DVlicatessen, Groceries,
Fruits and Vegetables

PHONE 53552

Talmud Torah auditorium
and all members are urged to
attend. .
Conductor: How old are
you, my little lady?
Little girl: If you don't
mind, I'd rather pay full fare
and not tell you my age.
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you to h1d up your hands,

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Flwer Wave ,


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Rouge Box ,
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We must have a name for
our new shop by July 31th.
For a few moments thought
YOU may earn the prize.
Corner of
5th St. & 2nd Ave. N. W.

Ever believing in the preser-
vation of Health in God's
Own Country, we have de-
dicated ourselves to the pro-
duction of -the finest and
For the Baby and the Adult
Our own old Fashioned
Poultry and day old Eggs



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