The Jewish Floridian

The Jewish Floridian


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The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
July 11, 1930
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Source Institution:
University of Florida
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oclc - 35317254
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Vol. II.-No. XXVIII. Miami, Florida, Friday, July 11, 19330 Price 5 Cents

N ew Dry Ckt

A man from Australia flew
from Ireland to Newfoundland and
thence to New York. Kingsford-I
Smith had previously flown the
same plane, the Southern Cross, 0
from Califrnia to Australia, and Col Amo W W Woodco a-
thence to England., pointed Nionl Dirctor of Proh
Nothing could illustrate better on. His b rea will opersam d
the way in which aviation is be- t- Depautrtm of Juote.
ginning to eliminate national boun-
daries and pull the whole world
together. hochtim'
Kingsford-Smith's flight is the 'ShochtinI
first really successful East-to- Strike Is at
West crossing of the North At- lie Is
lantic in an airplane. Only one Sta d till
other plane which has attempted tandSll
it has succeeded in getting across.
That was the German "Bremen," .
which was wrecked in Labrador in The strike of the local
trying to land. Fog is the great "shochtim" reported in these
obstacle. No plane yet has been
able to carry enough fuel to take columns last week is now at
the longer southern route. Only a standstill. The lone butcher
the radio director finder enabled who is antagonistic to the
Kingsford-Smith to make. a safe ntagos c
landing. demands of the local "shoch-
Thus far, the dirigible holds the tim" is still adamant in his
best promise for safe and speed contentions. It is now rumor-
trans-oceanic air navigation. I d that in order to fully con-

,.,Under a law just enacted by
Congress,. anybody who invents a
new kind of plant, by cross-breed-
ing, can get a patent on the pro-
duct. This is something new in
patents. 9f course, a new species
of food plant, such as the Logan-
berry, ..for example, which was
produced by crossing two well-
known varieties, is an invention,
just as much as a new machine
but heretofore the inventors of
such things have had no protec-
Under the new law the inventor,
or whoever he sells his patent to,
will have the exclusive right for
17 years to grow and sell roots,
cutting or seeds from the new
kind of plant which he has in-
International business depends
upon nations buying from each
other in substantially equal
amounts. This is the way it works
out between the United States and
the rest of the world:
Foreigners pay us annually, for
excess of our exports over our
imports, 784 millions; for interest
on our foreign investments, 562
millions; for government war
debts,- 07 millions- foreign Ihon-
ey invested in the U. 8., 896 mil-
lions; in d. including minor items
nearly 2 Mti=on
We pay foreigners annually, in
long-term n vestents of capital
abroad, i.ills; spent by
Amerl e, tori-sts, 565 millions;
ocean freight in reign ships, 115
Millionn. *nt lfby recent immi-
grants to.the folks in "the old
country,' 8 millions; gold ship-
ped aoa,,120B millions; n all,
including m p llanous minor
Thoe,~l-eprt t of %om- i Tiey show in very
~pla-in .S at -Uncle Sum is
*nof .tst of the world.


trol the situation he will bring
a new "shoched" to Miami
during the absence of Rabbi
Weisfeld from the city. It
appears that unless the citi-
zenry of Miami take a hand
in the matter, "kashruth" in
Miami will revert to the de-
plorable condition it was in
several years ago. As pointed
out in these columns last
week, the significant fact
that nothing was done until
Rabbi Weisfeld departed for
his vacation, appears quite

Yeshivas Fund
Chooses Head

Judge Samuel Levine of
the Court of General Sessions
of New York was unanimous-
ly chosen head of the recently
organized Yeshivas Cam-
paign Fund for New York
city. The Yeshivas which will
be benefited by the federa-
tion headed by Judge Levine
are a number of parochial
schools which were great suf-
ferers because of the break
in the st9ck market recently,
and do not include the Yes-
hiva College. The object of
the new organization is to
budget the needs of all the or-
ganizations and by one appeal
during the year to ilrovide
sufficient funds to carry on
the important work. Quite a
number of wealthy Jews have
indicated their willingness
to contribute large sums.
water pressure is 600 pounds to
the square inch. Under ground
men have penetrated a full mile,
in the Tamarack mine in Michian.
There .'several mines more an
-il4 depth, The reatest
iir ideep mines is the tam-
i; n ti-o tu
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Miami Club to At-
tend Convention
An invitation recently ex-
tended by the Convention
Committee of the Southern
Interstate Young Judean Con-
vention to be held at Atlanta,
Ga., beginning August 3rd,
and lasting until August 7th,
to the Yededdim Club at Mi-
ami was accepted by the local
club. In addition to participat-
ing in the convention, the lo-
cal club will engage in a field
contest with the Mosaen club
of Atlanta, as one of the at-
tractions offered by the con-
The program this year has
been very carefully planned.
Arrangements have been
made to secure prominent
speakers from other commun-
ities, who will make short,
worthwhile talks at each ses-
Banquets, motor trips, the-
atre parties, dances, swimming
parties, all day picnics, wa-
termellom cuttings, are a few
of the affairs planned to in-
sure everyone a good time. At
the banquet which will be.
held on the opening night,
each city is requested to put
on a stunt, and a prize will
be awarded to the best pre-
A great many of the older
boys and girls, Young Jude-
eans of the past, and present
leaders, will attend this con-
vention. Plans are being spe-
cially made for them, with a
dinner to be held on August
Arrangements have been
made for reduced railroad
fares to the convention from
almost all points in the South.
Already excursion rates have
been definitely provided from
New Orleans, and other Gulf
cities, including Mobile, from
Jacksonville and other points
in Florida, including Miami,
and Tampa. This is the first
time that reduced fares from
so many cities have been
made available for the con-

cussion at 2 p. m. today.
Among those present will be
the tax committee of the Mi-
ami Chamber of Commerce,
the Dade County Welfare
board, the American Legion
and others. -.
"We are hearing persistent
demands for lower taxes,"'
said C. H. Crandon, who in-
troduced the resolution. "At
the same time, we are receiv-
ing requests for appropria-
tions which, if granted, will
defeat that purpose. What the
board wants to find out is
what the public really desires,
so we can be guided there-
Among appropriations re-
quested within the last few
days are $10,000 for the Mi-
ami rate and traffic bureau,
$90,000 for the Dade County
Welfare board, $10,000 for a
cooperative advertising book-
let, $3,000 for an agricultural
booklet and several others.



I desire to express. my sincere thanks
to the Jewish Floridian for its support of
my candidacy for Judge of the Criminal
Court of Palm Beach -County. I feel cer-
tain that its influence and support among
its many subscribers in this district helped
me in my successful campaign.


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At the regular weekly
luncheon of the local Bnai
Brith Lodge presided over by
Mr. Isaac Levine, the presi-
dent, a very interesting als-
cussion arose which culmin-
ated in the determination that
the local Lodge engage ac-
tively in the work of the Anti-
Defamation League with par-
ticular reference to local con-

Young Rabbis
Hold Convention

Recent graduates of the
Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Yes-
hiva of New York city, com-
prising the English speaking
Rabbis of America have been
in session during the past
week discussing the problems
confronting the Orthodoxy of
this Country today. Among
those taking a a~ct-epart in
the convention :diigs is
Rabbi Israel Weisfeld of
Miami, who was president of
the Student bod~during his
stay at the Yeshiva. A num-
ber of the prominent New
York coamimal workers are
watebng :k the proceedings
wi~it t and several have.
S their ad tohe
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Memorial Meet-
ing Held for
Zionist Leader
Elaborate and impressive
memorial services were held
last week at The Chesed Shel
Emes Synagogue of Wilming-
ton Del. in memory of the late
Louis Topkis, nationally.
known communal worker, and
active in the erection of the
Beth Jacob Synagogue Mi-
ami Beach.
The services were opened
by the president of the Syna-
gogue, Mr. Israel Scheinberg,
who introduced the Rabbi S.
F. Firsht who presided. Ap-
propriate prayers and several
Psalms were then intoned,
following which there were
addresses by Rabbi Firsht,
Rabbi Berliant of the Aadas
Kodesh Synagogue of Wilm-
ington, and the principal ad-
dress which was an able eu-
logy of Mr. Topkis, by Rabbi
Zevi Hirsch Orliansky, noted
Yiddish orator of New York.
Following him, Mr. Louis
Lipsky president of the Zion-
ist Organization of America
told of what Zionism has suf-
fered by his demise. Mr.
Drevsky former president of
the local Zionist District
then presented Mr. Lipsky
with a thousand dollars on be-
half of the friends of the late
Mr. Topkis as the nusleus of
a fund to establish a "Topkis
Forest" in Palestine. Cantor
Wolf of the Adas Kodesh
Synagogue then recited the
"Hazkoroh" for the departed,
and the meeting closed with
the singing of the "Hatikvo."

Bnai Brith
Sponsors Im-
portant Work

Public to Dis-
cuss Budget

Faced with conflicting de-
mands regarding their policy
in making up the 1930 budget
Dade county commissioners
have voted to hold an open
meeting for full public dis-

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A Weekly Newspaper
by the


P. O. Box 2973
Miami, Florida Phone 5-173
414 Eighth Street
Mrs. M. Schrebnick, Representative
Application for entry as second class
matter at Post Office of Miami, Florid
now pending.
Six Months ....... .......... $1.0
One Year ......... .............. $2.0
FRIDAY, JULY 11th, 1930


(Reprint from The Jewish
As the head of the Union of
Orthodox Rabbis of the Unit-
ed States and Canada recent-
ly put it, "The true and loyal
Jew must show allegiance to
all phases of Judaism-phil-
anthropy, practical 'mitzvoth',
education, and the rest-if he
is to be recognized as such.
Jewish education certainly is
paramount, but all aspects of
our faith must be stressed if
we are to develop as Jews, in
full harmony with the prin-
ciples and ideals of the Tor-
ah." Thus attention to the
full program of Judaism tends
to promote the welfare of hu-
manity in general, which in-
cludes present day Jewish
If Jewry in this country
had conducted itself by this
program, we would agree
that education and philan-
thropy have not been in con-
flict. Unfortunately; however,
philanthropy has been so
stressed in Jewish life, almost
to the exclusion of education,
and sometimes at variance
with it, tnat, as seems to be
the general impression the
over emphasis of philanthro-
py has caused Jewish educa-
tion to be relegated to fur-
ther than second place.
In the face of the "pikuah
nefesh"-for even so, in an
intellectual sense, we may
consider the necessity for
keeping, alive the Jewish soul
of the child through educa-
tion why overspend hun-
dreds of thousands of dollars
in adorning the outward ap-
pearance of a hospital or home
for the aged, for instance, for
which adornment there is
comparatively little return,
when investing this huge sum
in the cause of Jewish educa-
tion might ultimately bring a
hundred-fold return to Juda-
ism? A philanthropy which
cares merely for the material
welfare of the needy cannot
in the full sense be termed
Jewish philanthropy. It must
also have a Jewish back-
ground which, at the same
time, has regard for the spir-
itual welfare of the recipient

Friday, July 11, 1930



S The place was crowded. It So why not put the work L 1 J
wasn't exactly a fashionable away ? MRS. JOHNSON'S RING
wedding, but there was noTomorow is another day. I am not what you wouldcall a ial success
gainsaying e interest itI'llfinish it while yet I may, I am not what you would call a-social 'success.
gainsaying the interest it N is the time and not Usually I am tired at the end of a day's work and if I
caused because both bride hreafter; am invited to a dinner where the other guests are strangers,
much in hre public eye-she Tomorrow is another day I do not scintillate.
much in ehe pub ceye-she For life and labor, love and The lady on my right asks me how I enjoyed a certain
SEveran ng went well until laughter. play, and I tell her that I have spent so many evenings look,
they reach the critical stage ing at the four walls of a Pullman berth that I haven't had
Sof the p gs, and the Do W e do y time to see it. Then she asks me about a recent novel which
cs Of the pr aedings, the ring ill, sonne I have not read. Then she asks, "Isn't prohibition terrible?"
Sclergyma asked for the ring. ill, sonny? and that about lets me out.
The ridegroom plunged Boy: In school. But last winter I had a real pleasant visit with a middle.
his hand into his pocket and aged woman-let us call her Mrs. Johnson-whose husband
brought out a rabbit. Then Mrs. Kidless I hear the has happened to accumulate about twenty-five million dollars
c the horrified look in the Nursemaids' Union is on in the past ten years.
clergyman's eyes and a start- strike. What's it all about? he is fifty-five years old, and she did not try to make
led exclamation from the Mrs. Multikids: This time a e nk se i tity he told me about her two nd
anyone think she is thirty. She told me about her two grand.
bride made him realize that they're demanding taximet- children, and nothing about her yacht or her big nsw house.
something was wrong. He ers on the babies' perambula- She was especially interesting when she talked about
looked down and saw the rab- tors. the old days, when she did all the cooking and darned her
S* I sh d think husband's socks. They had a splendid adventure, she said,
Aunt Fiucy:xm ss ould thinand if she could have her youth back she would like to go
Clarence: Dr. Fixum says you'd be ashamed to be seen through it all again.
paw paws will cure dyspepsia wearing such a short skirt. She wore a couple of hundred thousand dollars' worth
Jack: Paw-paws will cure Philippa: I do blush every of pearls around her neck, but on her fingers were only two
most anything if they have time I put it on. But what ns, '! ohn e bn wr a
money enough. can I do? If I don't wear it rings-her engagement ring, a thin gold band with a dia-
y eu every one will think I'm bow- mond about as big as a flea, and an old-fashioned wedding
Ferdinand: All right, if you legged. ring. Their combined value would probably be less than a
want to break off our engage- hundred dollars ....
ment, but I'll have to ask you f you would avoid compe- So many people have made so much money in America
toreturn my ring. ii v r that a fine thing has happened: Money has lost its old-timf
to return my ring. tuition, strive to be good rath-
Floribel: Sure, you can er than great power to confer distinction or evoke reverence.
Floribel: Sure, you can er than great.
have your ring. Would you In the old days a man with twenty-five million dollars
mind coming around to my When a man gets the mat- expected to have a fuss made over him. Today, if you are on
house and picking it out? My rimonial fever he catches it the front porch of a golf club, and some rich old bore starts
engagement rings are all mix- from some woman. up the walk, you say to your friend: "Let's hurry up and
ed up. get out of here before that stuffed shirt grabs us."
You can't blame a man for A man must be something as well as have something
The woman whose face is calling his wife an old hen tse ays.
her fortune is sure to go when she is always laying And who are the real aristocrats ?
broke sooner or later. for him. The folks who are doing interesting work. The folks who
o ,* raise healthy and successful children. The folks who are
Many a man.who poses as Mail Glerk: This letter is happy, whether rich or poor.
a wit is, merely a clever re- too heavy. You'll have to put' The folks wh'o keep a firm hold on the 'old-fashiofied
tailer of borrowed thunder. another stamp on it realities- who, like Mrs.. Johnson, are smart enough to
Hiram Hicks: That ain't know that the two-hundred thousand dollars' worth of pearls
No man amounts to very going' to make it any lighter do not represent anything half so precious as the little old
much until the world begins to make it any lighter, flea-size diamond engagement ring.
much until the world begins am it?
to sit up and take notice of *
him. The Girl-Friend says when ,gone beyond all hope of medi-
It sometimes h happens that girl tells you she has a HOW TO LIVE al assistance as regards a
It sometimes happens that i "permanent" nowadays you cure.
a newly made widower feels don't know whether she .. By... Headache, the commonest
like a man who has just es- means a wave, a beau or her DR. BARNEY WEINKLE of all symptoms and com-
caped from jail. season's crop of sunburn. plained of by many as the
*HEADACHE leading symptom for which
The Girl-Friend says that "Would I call Bill Jenkins hedach relief is sought, has for its
her idea of a myth is a man a liar?" repeated the old man. y adache we mean a uses some of the following
who gives himself the worst "Well, I don't know as I'd go pain or ache in the head. underlying conditions as ane-
oP -It in hi g'I 1,score..-, ITf -I----! _- 1

of it in his golf score. i,
Tomorrow is another day i
For life and labor, love and

of the benefaction. Strictly
charitable causes, as generally
understood, will therefore be
allowed only so much as is
necessary reasonably to keep 1
body and soul together, so i
that there be a reasonable I
residue for the promotion of
the cause of Jewish learning. i
Jewry in America as a l
whole is spiritually sick. As i
expressed by the head of the i
Central Conference of Amer- i
ican Rabbis, "Many dangers 2
face the Jewish people but the i
greatest danger is the dying I
out of Judaism through Jew-
ish ignorance .... Those who i
love the Jewish faith and who e
feel the thrill and stir of all t
the Jewish past, its history t
and its literature, must now e
unite here in America for an t
intensive program of thor- e
ough Jewish education. This i
program must stand first in a
the agenda of American Is- J
rael." b
While it is true, as sug- a
gested, that different values J

o s far as that But I u

Headache is not a dis e


what-when feeding time a symptom through which na-
comes, he can't get his pigs ture is kind enough to warn
to stir till he gets some one us that somewhere something
else to call 'em for him!" is wrong within our system
and should be attended to im-
are given to Jewish education, mediately. Fortunately for us
we feel that bringing the em- many headaches prove not to
phasis back to the teaching of be of very serious import on
the Torah, will also tend to account of the kindness of na-
bring back the emphasis on ture intervening in our be-
the maximum program as op- half; a fact many fail to ep-
posed to the prevailing mini- preciate. It is usually an ever
mum program of Jewish ed- day occurrence to come n
ucation, and thus there will contact with people who corh-
be a gradual tendency to elim- plain of being sufferers of
nate the great differences the most severe and excruci-
now existing between the var- eating types of headaches;
ous schools of Jewish thought that the only freedom they
and outlook on life. The Torah have from sucn suffering is
s the great uniting force in when they are under the in-
[srael. fluence of aspirin or other
Fortunately, we have the nerve depressing drug and
necessary beginning, as point- would give almost anything
d out recently whereby or- they possess to get perma-
lhodoxy and reform are prac- nent relief. Such treatment as
tically agreed on a change in the taking of aspirin affords
emphasis from philanthropy at its best only temporary re-
to Jewish education (which lief, and if persisted in indef-
gssentially means the teach- initely, permitting the pro-
ng of the Torah), in accord- per care and attention to be
unce with the suggestion of neglected, will eventually re-
rudge Otto A. Rosalsky. No suit in chronic changes; de-
etter starting point can be velopment of tumors, adhe-
Lchieved for the next step in sions or some other condoi-
ewish public endeavor. tion that might prove to have

mia, fatigue, bad air, hunger,
constipation and indigestion
(biliousness), alcohol, (the
day after headache), eye
strain and other eye condi-
tions, infectious diseases, ner-
vousness, kidney diseases,
neuralgias of nerves about
the head, bad teeth, nasal di-
seases and necessary sinusis
diseases of the vascular sys-
tem, brain tumor and many
other causes too numerous to
mention, as well as many
causes that are unknown.
From the above we learn
that the causes of headache
are many and varied, there-
fore, we find sufferers com-
plaining of aches and pains in
different regions or areas of
the head, and of varying in-
tensity and kinds as throb-
bing, dull, boring, etc. The
time of day markedly influ-
ences some headaches; those
associated with sinus disease
often begin at the same hour
each morning, last a certain
tirnem and pass off. This is al-
so true of the nervous group
but to a lesser extent. Head-
aches due to sypiis, to brain
tumor t oft wars *.at
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riday, July 11, 1930


Royal Princess" (Rossetti); Roth, Mrs. Sydney Weintraub
S OEY "The Spinning Song" (Eliza- and Mrs. M. Engler.
beth Phelps, and "Domby and Quite a large number of
Son" (Charles Dickens). guests were present and en-
joyed the affair, especially
SHoward Rosendorf, 1020 the refreshments provided
Miamians will be pleasantly The picnic of the Womens Michigan avenue, left last through the courtesy of Mrs.
surprised to learn of the en- club of the Arbeiter Ring, week by airplane for Havana J. Engler.
ragement of Miss Sylvia Roth which was to have een held Plans for a boat ride and
f OrndoFla.toseveral weeks ago will be held Mrs. Lee Rothl and two other entertainment will be
f Orlando, Fla., to Mr. Jack at the Sunny Isles Casino, children, Aaron and Dorothy announced at a later date.
Valdman of this city, which next Sunday, July 13th, be- Eva, have left for an extend-
ias just been announced this ginning early in the morning, ed motor trip through the The Sisterhoods of Beth
week. Miss Roth is the sister and lasting all day. Arrange- state en route to the moun- Jacob Congregation Miami
f Mr. Nat Roth, well-known ments have been made to ac- tains of North Carolina whe Beach will be the hosts at a
Aiami merchant, and of Mrs. comodate all the guests who they will spend the summer. card party at the Shelbourne
L. Berger, formerly of Miami, may obtain bathing suits at apartments, 710 Jefferson
nd now of New Britain, the Casino or come in bathing Mr. and Mrs. Albert M avenue, Miami Beach, next
:onn. She is the daughter of suits. At noon a cooked meal ris announce the birth of a Tuesday night, July 15th, at
Ur. and Mrs. Hyman Roth of will be served to all the guests daughter, Helen Alberta, July 8 m. o'clock when Mrs. I.
)rlando and was born in New for which a nominal charge 2, at Riverside hospital. L. Mintzer and Mrs. Joe Reis-
'ork City. She received her of only seventy-five cents will man will act as the hostesses.
educationn in the schools of be made for adults, and thirty Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Hartz Admission will be fifty cents
Newark, N. J., where she five cents for children. A entertained Sunday eve and prizes will be awarded for
graduated from the Eastern splendid time has been ar- at their home, 1421 N. W. high scores. Refreshments
District High. She then came ranged for and all those who second street, in celebration will be served as usual. All
o Daytona Beach and subse- expect to attend are urged to of the birthday of their friends of the Congregation
luently removed to Orlando, advise any member of the or- daughter, Mrs Sol Rotford are ured to attend and are
where her parents have been ganization so that proper re- Garden flowers decorated the promised a splendid evening
well-known in Jewish com- servations may be ma e, pre- home. Refreshments were of enjoyment.
nunal affairs and in the civic ferably not later tha# Satur- served. re* *
ife of the city. Jack Wald- day afternoon. A committee Present were Mr. and Mr Mrs. I. L. Rosendorf of Mi-
nan is a native of New York of the Womens Club is in L. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. C ami, president of Temple Is-
City, where he received his charge and a special cominit- Groves, Mr. and Mrs. B. ohn rel Sisterhood will leave to-
3ducation, having attended tee will be on the grounds son, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Ger- day on the SS. Berkshirwe for
he public schools there, and early Sunday morning to take tel, B. Berstel, jr., Mr. and Atlantic City, N. J., to spend
he Rennsslaer Poly technic care of the guests. Life guards Mrs. Tarlyn, Mrs. Sadie --sp -
:nstitute of Troy, N. Y. and have been provided for the Rose, Dave Goldy, Miss Sadie
:he Dwight School at New safety of all who may attend. Si tein, Mss Yetta Shop-
ork City. He is now asso- ire, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Leib-
-iated with the firm of Phil- Mr. Julius Simpson, secre- owitz and Mr. Rotford. Lw L- ___ _S
ip Waldman & Son, Whole- tary of Beth David, returned *wtanMr .--ee-----
;ale dry good merchants of to Miami last Monday after The Miami Chapter of Ha- L. (Pop) GERSON
Vliami, and has been a resi- having spent a week with his dassah held their first card Buyer of All Kinds of Scrap Metal
lent of Miami for the past family at Hendersonville, N. party of the summer at the We Sell Auto Parts
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live years. mne uate oi tne vo.U 1UA.
wedding which will take place n *
shortly will be announced Mr. John Wolf, Vice presi-
soon. dent of Beth David, returned
S* to Miami after an extended
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Han- auto trip to Alabama, Miss-
son, will celebrate the Bar issippi, Arkansas, Louisiana;
Mitzva of their son Billy, next Texas and Oklahoma.
Saturday i'morning at the *- W- -
Beth David Synagogue, at 10 Miss Adele Segall, daugh-
a. m. Immediately after the ter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip
services they will be hosts to Segal, prominent citizens of
their many friends and the Miami, a pupil of Mrs. Wil-
worshippers at an old-fashion- liam V. Little, gave a stu-
ed "Kiddush" at the Talmud dent's recital Friday evening
Torah Auditorium. The Han- at 8 p. m. at the Little-Peters
sons have been long time resi- Studios of Expression. Miss
dents of Miami and connected Segall will present scenes from
with Beth David for a long "The Maid of. Bregandz"
number of years. Mrs. Han- (Adelade Proctor); "As You
son is the sister of the late Like It" (Shakespeare); "The
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Bar Mitzva Boys club. nss whiltn Ar.
Mrs. I. L. Rosendorf, presi-
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The Chairman of the even-
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raffled a silver nut bowl which
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Prizes were awarded to Mr.
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the summer with her mother
Mrs. Bertha Binswanger.
Morris Blatt will return to
his home in Coconut Grove,
tomorrow, from New York,
He visited in the Catskill
mountains while in the north.
Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Bes-
kind announce the birth of a
son, Robert Letaw Beskind,
Tuesday, at Victoria hospital.
In an effort to raise the
necessary funds to prevent
the Beth David Talmud Torah
from closing down, the Lad-
ies Auxiliary of Beth David
Talmud Torah will be the
hosts of the members and
friends at a "Chop Suey" din-
ner at the Talmud Torah Aud-
itorium next Thursday even-
ing, July 17th, at 7:00 p. m.
The hostesses are Mrs. Meyer
Friedman and Mrs. H. Gottes-
man. The charges will be only
seventy five cents per person.
Arrangements have be e n
made to make the evening a
very entertaining one, and
bridge and other games will
be played after the dinner.
Reservations may be made by
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calling Mrs. Friedman at the
Wonderview Apts. Phone
Mrs. Samuel Futterfass
was hostess at a luncheon
bridge last Wednesday after-
noon at her home in Coconut
Grove for the benefit of the
Beth David Talmud Torah.
Mrs. I. Tannenbaum was the
recipient of the high score
prize, a beautiful vase, and
she donated it to be raffled
for the benefit of the Talmud
Torah Fund. The winner of
the raffle was Mrs. Chas. Tan-
nenbaum. Assisting the host-
ess in entertaining was Mrs.
S. Abenson.
Recent arrivals in Miami
are Mr. and Mrs. Tarlyn of
Jacksonville, Fla., who arriv-
ed here this week to make the
permanent home in Miami.
The Tarlyns are sister and
brother in law of Mrs. Mor-
ris Pepper and Mrs. Louis
Leibowitz of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Klein and
two sons came from Phila-
delphia for the celebration of
the birthday, July 4, of Mrs.
Klein's father, S. Levy. Mr.
and Mrs. Levy and son, Gil-
bert, and brother, Mr. Gilbert
are at home at 28 Fourth St.

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ately on walking in the morn-
ing is often due to chronic
kidney disease; such a head-
ache should always make us
suspect that disease. Never-
theless, there are other types
of headache which show them
selves at the same hour. Head-
aches that are very severe
and not readily relieved by
the taking of the usual so
called headache cures are
very frequently of grave sig-
nificance and should never be
taken lightly as usually they
are caused by some danger-
ous condition, such as brain
tumor, some form of menin-
gitis or some other serious
brain lesion.
As a rule, the chief aim of
sufferers of headaches is to
obtain relief as quickly as pos-
sible with the expenditure of
very little effort on their part,
neither taking in considera-
tion the grave consequences
which might result if neglect-
ed nor employing the proper
steps with a view of obtain-
ing permanent freedom from
headaches, as removing the
underlying cause or causes
through proper treatment.
Being aware of the fact
that the enjoyment of good

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Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lesser,
have as their guests this
week, Mr. and Mrs. Shepard,
the Misses Bella, Sadie and
Micky Shepard, the parents
and sisters of Mrs, Lesser, all
of Rome, Ga., and Mr. and
Mrs. Felix Lesser, brother
and sister in law of the Les-
sers. The party will spend
several weeks in West Palm
Beach, and will then contin-
u'e their trip to Cuba and oth-
er Southern points. While
here they are being extensive-
ly entertained. Mr. Joe Lesser
is one of the prominent mem-
bers of the Palm Beach Coun-
ty Bar, and an active worker
in the communal affairs both
of the Jewish and non-Jewish
The Jewish Community of
West Palm Beach gathered at
the Community House, last
Wednesday to bid farewell to
Rabbi S. Wroobel who left for
his summer vacation. A splen-
did reception hail been ar-
ranged and an elaborate
musical program in which
many of the local talent took
part was presented A number
of the officers spoke and con-
gratulated the Rabbi on his
accomplishments in the Con-
gregation and Talmud Torah.
A beautiful gift was present-
ed him as a token of the
esteem in which he is held by
the Congregation. Refresh-
ments were served to all. The
Rabbi will be gone about a
month, during which time he
has been commissioned to
purchase "Safer Torahs" for
the Synagogue to replace sev-
eral which were damaged dur-
ing the last hurricane.
Mr. Jacob Gruner of Bis-
cayne Drive left for New
York by machine. He will be
gone the remainder of the
summer. He expects to be
back for the High Holidays.
Congregation Beth El held
a special meeting Sunday
night at the Community
House. They had a large at
tendance. Various important
matters were discussed. The
meeting was followed by a
health is a blessing to which
we are entitled and can only
be maintained by keeping our
bodies free from disease,
therefore, let us take heed,
not to neglect the warning of
nature, "HEADACHE", but
take immediate steps to ob-
tain the proper treatment to
remove the cause lest we pay
the price which might prove
to be both severe and very

social hour attended by the
Sisterhood and friends. Re-
freshments were served by
the President, Mr. John Wolf,
and his co-workers.
Mrs. A. Leven of North
twenty-eighth street, left for
New York and Brooklyn
where she is receiving medi-
cal attention for injuries re-
ceive lately in an automobile
Temple Israel is holding a
picnic at the foot of Atlan-
tic avenue, Palm Beach,
Thursday afternoon as we
are going to press.
Friday night services at
Congregation Beth El have
been discontinued until the
return of Rabbi S. Wroobel,
who is away on his vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Barash
and children Albert and Esth-
er left by automobile last
Wednesday to spend their
summer vacation in Ashville.

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