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:
September 26, 1930
Publication Date:


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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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University of Florida
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Vol. III.-No. XXXIX.

Miami. Florida. September 26. 19.30

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At the u
services, thi
bath of Re
Jacob H. K
at Temple I
mudic Philo
On Wedn
ginning the
Day of A
KEEZIG plan will
REEZING ment-the Fo
FTER three or four years of Thursday
experimenting with frozen
ish and meats, one of the largest Kaplan will
ood distributing companies is now ing and Fea
going for frozen fruits, vegetables ternoon ser
nd oysters. Modern methods of day he will
instant freezing instantly check all giveness."
tendency to decay, and when the giveness." l
frozen product is thawed out it is vices will b
aid to be exactly as good as when special mus
resh. been arrange
Spinach', cherries, loganberries, vices on W
ed raspberries and peas are and Thursdo
among the foodstuffs to which the
freezing process of preservation Special c
as been applied with success thus will be held
ar, in addition to practically all Thursday at
inds of meat and sea-foods. bi Kaplan w
OKS You Listeni
WO hundred million books were
bought by readers in the Uni- Beth Da
ed States last year. Another 200,-
00,000, probably, were read by Canto
persons who borrowed them from CantoI
public and private lending libra-
ies. That means that the average The Rosh
Rmerican reads about three books t
a year. That is not very many at Beth Dav
books. with Canto
One reason is that books are chanting th
not easy to buy or borrow in most and Mr. Lou
parts of the United States. The urerl
American Library Association re- urer of the
ports that 83 percent of the rural ing the S
population has no public library Quite a large
service. Only a very few cities present and
nave bookstores--places where Machtei's se
)ooks are the principal commodity
sold. Enterprising publishers are the first da
low pushing the sale of books in the second d
Drugstores, cigar stores and rail- ing found tl
'oad stations. ed by Rabi
We read more newspapers and
magazines than any other nation, Temple Isr
and that is all to the good. But guest speaker
nobody can claim to be educated, very interest
or get the most out of life, unless tive.
le or she also reads books. Next Frid
R ESSURI E ~I late serv
NE of the greatest discoveries ducted with
of science is that if you man assisting
squeeze anything hard enough it the sermon
will change into something else. Within Me."
[f you put two or three things vices will b
nto one pressure-chamber and ap- Wvces dn
ply sufficient pressure they will 5:30 Wedne
combine into something new. after Kol Ni
Applying this, Dr. Friedrich tei will prea
Bergius of Germany discovered "Vows." TI
hat you can get 1001/. gallons of 0:0
Gasoline out of 100 gallons of at 10:30 RI
Irude oil! You simply put the oil preach on "
nto a pressure chamber in com- and Death."
pany with a quantity of heated
hydrogen gas and apply a pres- quantities has
ure of 3,000 pounds to the square method with s
nch. The hydrogen combines with There is no
he oil and you get more gaso- which will not
ine out than you put oil in. in factories.
Too much hydrogen in gasoline
causes knocking in the combustion _
chamber of your automobile en- Chbea
:ine. Another new application of
Pressure is the "gasoline wring-
r," which squeezes excess hydro-
:en out of gasoline. One reason
or the lower price of gasoline
nost everywhere is the adoption
f these and other new scienti-
ic discoveries by the big oil com-
HAKING lemonade out of noth-
m ing but cane sugar is a scien-
ific achievement which has actu-
lly been put ~ato commercial prac-
ice. Chemists of the U. S. Bureau
f Chemistry told a scientific

meeting recently of a fungus
rhich, when placed on cane sugar
na shallW On and fed with the
roper imoit of nitrogen, wid
onvert 16 *aw into citric acid, M N
Thi chpro i e is so .J .) ..
aid, h t*h r- -f
ern w"h sittle

sive Service Orthodox Jews Miami Beach Con- A
at Temple Conduct Services gregation Observe MS

sual Friday night The Miami Jewish Ortho- New Year Holiday WW
is being the "Sab- dox Congregation conducted At Beth Jac Congregation
tu" Rabbi Dr. the High Holiday services At Beth Jacb Congregation
r aaplahn will preach i esMiami Beach, the Rosh Hash- RN ST CAMD
aplan will preach hRv. Nahan W I9 CM PA
srael on "The Tal- with Rev. Nathan Wroobelino services were conducted
sophy of Life." chanting the Musof services o services were conducted early, and with a rude shock,
esday evening be- and Rev. S. Shemer chanting with Rev. M. B. Herman the newcomer t6 these parts learns
esday evening be- and Rev. S. Shemer chanting chanting the Musof services that tipping is a real item in the
observance of the the Shacris.. Several hundred and Rev. Wolf chanting the cost of living-as much so as the
tenement, o Rabbi men and women attended the Shachris. Rabbi M. J. Saffra laundry and the milkkman.
preach on "Atone- Waiters, bell-hops, hat-check
)untain of Youth." services in the large Auditor- preached both days. Yom Kip- girls, and other menials reap a
morning Rabbi ium of the Odd Fellows Hall. pur services will begin at 5:30 rich harvest of nickels and dimes.
p.h n m.A A next Wednesday even- Many, in fact, make their living
preach on "Fast- A special Ark had been built ing and immediately after Kol from such gratuities. The wages
sting. At the af- for the reception of the Nidrei Rabbi Saffra will they receive are ridiculously small.
ice of the same i Bell-hops at leading hotels earn
preach on "For- Scrolls, and a beautiful Men- preach. On Thursday morning wages of $5 a week. You wonder
The Memorial ser- orah was mounted on the top preceding the Yizkor services how they live until you learn
egin at 4 p. m. A of the large Bimah which had Rabbi Saffra will again that they collect in tips as much
ical program has been erected in the center of speak. Quite a large gather- as $100 a week.
ged for the ser- the Auditorium. Brief adress- ing attended both days and Waiters in restaurants are paid
wednesday evening es by Rev. Mindel, Rev. She- took part in the impressive fom $7 to $10 a week, while wait-
Iresses receive from $5 to $7.50.
ay. mer and Mr. Pritzker were services. Mr. Louis Hayman In New York, this would not pay
children's services made the first day. Respon- wlil chant the Kol Nidrei and one's rent. Yet waiters live right
at Kaplan Hall on sive reading in the English Musof services on Yom Kip- handsomely. Some take in as much
12:30 when Rab- was had during the Musof pur. as $150 a week in tips.
ill preach on "Are service. Especially impressive I ork Far Waiters in some speak-
ng?" was the beautiful chanting of Communal Worker ing at all-that is, no salary. But
the Chazon Rev. Wroobel. The 1 it's a dull week when one of them
Svid Hears ritual was the strict Orthodox Is Severely Injured gathers less than $80 or $90.
VIV J erS with the sexes segrated dur-
and Rabbi h the sees. s d d- Hat-checking has attained the
r and Rabb Yom Kippur services will Last Monday morning while proportions of Big Business A
-begin next Wednesday at 5:30 at work on a machine in his concessions in buy up the hat-checkr of public
Hashono services and Yizkor services will be shop in the rear of his home, places, employing girls to nurse
vid were observed had on Thursday at 11 a. m. on Northwest Fifth Avenue, your bonnet-and gather in your
r A. Shefferman In the evening at the close of Ir. omhe blonde baby who takes your
e Musof services the Yom Kippur services the known communal worker dime doesn't sped it all on lip-
is Weinkle, treas- Congregation will be hosts tows badly injured by the saw sticks and hosiery-not a bit of
Synagogue chant- all the worshipper in the re-of the machine. He was taken it. She turns it in to "the com-
Synagogue chant- all the worshipper in the re-, -.1 pany."
hachris services. ception room adjourning the to the Jackson Memorial Hos-pany."
ge gathering was. auditorium when coffee and pital where a finger was im- In former years-before the, old
listened to Rabbi cake will be serve eeanmediately amputated. He re- Waldorf-Astoria hotel sold its hat-
listened to Rabbi cake will be served. check concession for something
ermon in English Several hundred dollars mained at the Hospital for like $50,000 a year-the hat-check
ty and in Yiddish were donated during the ser- several days and is now con- girl at the Waldorf earned a sal-
S The aend- e nd w e ed towards fined to his home where he ary of $9 a week. Yet she owned
lay. Those attend- vices and will be used towards quite ill. He will be confin- three tenement houses bringing
he sermon preach- the building fund for the eat- is quite ill. He will be confin-.three tenement houses bringing
he sermon preach- the building fund for the est- ed to his home for several ihei an annual net income of $18,-
bi Dr. Kaplan of ablishment of a Talmud Tor-ee s a s of the 000 a year. She did it with nickels
eael, who was a ah and Synagogue. Among trees a rest or t in- and dimes.
er the second day,those taking a very active j Mr. Spector is an ac-
r the second day, those taking a very active tie member of Beth David Same way with beggars. During
ting and instruc- part in the organization are Executive Board and is Pres- recent weeks, a pair of blind men
Mr. Max Kupferstein, Mr. H. ident of the Free Loan Asso- playing a saxophone and a banjo
lay night the usu- M. Drewitch, Mr. Manuel Rip- citation n A o have become familiar figures
prices will be con- pa, and Mr. Nathan Adelman. ciationI about the streets of New York.
Cantor Sheffer- A telegram from Rabbi and Bind Boys Every day you will
ig. The subject of Mrs. Israel H. Weisfeld was Pioneer Realtor clerk, who earns $25 a week or
Swill be "God receivedd and read as follows: r less, pause on his hurried way to
work to give the poor fellows a
Yom Kippur ser- Sincerest wishes and heartiest Victor Jl Our work to give the poor fellows a
egin promptly at greetings to you dear friends dime.
How those blind boys must
sday evening and for the New Year. May Hea- A. Engler, Miami pioneer laugh! They pull down from $90
drei, Rabbi Mach- ven strengthen you in your and realty dealer who return- to $100 a week.
ch the sermon on lofty resolve to introduce true ed to Miami last week after Sign in dress store at Union
thursday morning traditional Judaism into the a stay of several months in Square: "Dishonesty means prison
abbi Machtei will hearts of Miami children and the North was ordered re- fam ii to your
rhe Puzzle of Life their parents. May we all be leased last Wednesday at a The flatterers!
At 3:30 p. m. inscribed into the Book of Habeas Corpus hearing be-
Life and happiness. We are fore Judge Barnes, after an Miniature golf has now invaded
adopted the new with you in spirit now as al- attempt had been made to bb hotels. One has nbosiom in thl
satisfactory results ways and pray for your suc- take him to Ft. Pierce for be found a miniature putting
somi day be madtecess. Kseevoh Vachaseemo trial on a charge of reckless green which we have installed for
Tovoh. (Continued on Page 4) the use of our guests."
S--- Advertisement: "Operate a min-
est Contest tar Toter Flee Dictator iature golf course-one business
where the customers are always
Which proves it isn't golf!
< A movie house on upper Broad-
Sway, featuring an aviation thril,
ler, draws the crowds with a large
rotary air-plane motor set up on
the sidewalk out in front. It not
only brings 'em into the theatre
but also does effective advertis-
ing for the brand of motor dis-
The best bit of repartee heard
lately came from none other than
New York's wise-cracking mayor,

I irh^S, I~bf1eSfi
UdJ^c M i -ifn

Jimmie Walker.
The Perfect It happened during
Retort an important public gath-
ering, while Hizzoner, surrounded
by notables, microphones, and
crowds, was welcoming Captain
Wolfgang Von Gronau and his
German flying companious to this
oMatinued on Page 4)

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Yom Kippur

My -oul. be not senselesls,
like a ,eaA-t, deeply sunk;-
tb not drow.y with paAsion
drunk.-Hewn from rea~mn's
mind thou art; from wis-
dom's well thy. waters start.
-from the Lord's heavenly
My soul, let not the body's
wanton pleasures capture
thee,-it h howy treasures
not enrapture thee;- they
melt away-like the dew be-
fore the day, they avail
naught when they begin,-
and their erd is shame and


The Ifriskh enrm ha mm& 7 s-' sm l a r .-
edi an arute of hio pwmr.a sr.

ki:. He demanded an :-ter-
-.i-w with the goverTor. The
irm-eiew was cOncxede&i
-Sorr." began the corez-t.
,-Afdly. "there'a .!hie~. h-

It i! getting to re_ ,hat
a man cannot irAdflge :I ur-
geiar, murder or higi r.ea-
wri without being indicted for
making an incorrect r --ome
tax return

A drxlsr fayy1 s< pie
are apt to get dizzy when
walking by the ue. They see
pJY.ple swimming before their
.m'* -.

No financial wizard would
look .- much like a wizard if
ail the -uckers didr.'t rfv u
much like suckerF.

"'What are you doing
around here, PRa.wtu., waiting
for .your chance to, -tea! a
chicken ?"
"No, ~.ah. De judge reform-
ed me las.' month, an' Ah is
jest out teatin' rnah slf."

A Glasgow architect has
abandoned his profession to
become a Scotch comedian on
the variety stage. He should
be able to draw good houses.

"So you didn't want to
marry me, Doris?"
'That's different! You said
something about being yours,
i i

The little
small boy's

It is be1
than to be

It seems
your word

C.E eerf : I z:- I

Thi e Gir-F'-;j
idea of an op--:

wfco htr. g.. g
a cloUL. iazger ^*j
wher ke -- .ravel.rg

He: How -- d -. ,
He: WI. : .-
HHe: It:-a <: f
wire ard -_ave :a."
-'1-d .m
:t *" ,
"aj. ".t khow ?".
"Old Smith. J._:-
Whe. there .- a c:r'
.tat!:o ar.d pe-pe a
ing in ire waitr.g'
ticiet-. he aiway- g'..
that he can keep r
in his :pocket as. 'J.'.

Ein.rte:rn- e *-
space is the -only



.Ive a F:c r p.,"r about the pelvis should be kept in mind.
a-r er ;,r.--c : e acrum. the summit of the hip-bones, the puhJ
.r ar -r front. and the low inguinal regions between t
a'-=--- anrd :high. If persistent pain is in the sacrum, i er. -,rr ;- ;e in the uterus, rectum or bladder, and dil
Sa sr :rier- :.f ei-her organ should be corrected.
r: nAve A z-.dden attack in the inguinal region may mean I
-_L.f *., -r. .eal- l if the time of its occurrence adds teti
-. ar_. n<-.- < r.. It may mean appendicitis, or impacted colon abo2
he ac-r~d-x if on right side. (Don't take purgative unless
:.rierec .- your physician after careful examination.) pai
., I:e -.r .Lr.g'uinal region may be due to inflamed ovary, o0
if ._ y.. higher up. an impacted colon at the narrow spaa
c. kr_ "'-igmoid flexure."
Pat'er.:t familiar with themselves as far as possible
r r e :e::r asie to describe their symptoms to the doctor in
.':ge-::g.--h'.us enabling him to prescribe more effectual,
-.ha: r-l-e: may be obtained earlier. Remember, the ignora-i
r.. v': ~l vou he has "a pain in the side," which ma
S.ea :r. 'r : ng. the liver, the colon or the appendix--an
'r.: : r- .L-- all the difference in the world when it come
d a: '' lr. :~cplr. occuDies a space to the left of the greater
re -.. r: ,:.f : stomach, and is not usual as the site of sever
f: -.r a:-r a: Som.-t:.imes a dull. throbbing 'means enlargement01
" w-': c:r.ghe::;. of the .pleen. Between the ribs all over the che
r: '-:r ar- "i- -p r.-ercostal spaces." These are occupied by small
g a,- rA,'l.-ves-e-!- and nerve-trunks. "Intercostal neuralgia" ii
me: -th quite often. The relation of the heart to the lefl
r.ip:e is pretty well known. Pain in that locality, keen, per
r -. :.a t: or intermittent, should be investigated promptly t( d'eerr:r-.r !:. origin-it may be serious.

thing was dL-co ered by
newspaper off: ces
many years ago.

Mr. Peck, your wife ha.s
been arrested and ~ irwe-ng
held incommunicado. But the
Police chief is easy and a lit-
tle money-
Henry Peck-Fine, fine,
and tell him that there's ten
dollars for him for every day
he can keep her that way.
I 1 ,

Screen apple is the Judge: "It will go hard
double. with you this time, Sambo,
* t you look as if you have been
tter to crawl out drinking again."
thrown out. Sambo: "Yes, sah, Judge,
S dat's sho' am pow'ful stuff
impossible to give' Ah had. It was dat dere chick-'
and keep it. but it en hooth "

My soul, look carefully back isn't. "Chicken hootch! Why I
-on thy pilgrim's track;-all have never heard of that be-
:ometh from the dust,-and Some women know too fore."
thither return it must.- much to get married and oth- "Yes, sah, Judge, chicken
Whatever has been molded ers dor't know enough. hootch. One drink and you
and built,-when its time is lay."
fulfilled, must go back to Some men might compli- I !
the ground-where its mater- ment their wives more if they First Ex-Convict: The gov-
ial was found.-Death is life's were given a chance to talk. ernor an' me is great buddies.
brother.-They keep fast to Second Ex-Convict: Yeah?
one another, each taking The average man never First Ex-C:Yeah, he's my
hold of one end of their plun- misses an opportunity to pardoner in crime.
der,-and none can tear them show off before a pretty wo- !
asunder. Soon thou wilt man. Judge:"What would you do
come--to thine eternal home, if I'd sentence you for fifty
-where thou must show thy Husbands should be frank years?"
work and receive thy wages- and tell their wives every- Curprit: "I'd have the time
on rightful scales and gauges, thing-and wives should be of my life."
-or good or had, according generous and believe it. I
to the worth-of thy deeds If love is unable to see the
on earth. In discussing geographical dollar mark it is useless.
Therefore get thee up, and science with a group of orien- .
to thy Master pray- by night tal friends, the conversation Praise a man's wit and he
and day;-bow down before turned to the vexing problem will admire your judgment.
Him, be meek,-and let thy of the international date line' I
tears bedew thy cheek.-Seek -the gaining of a day while Occupants of a catboat
the Lord, thy Light,-with all coming here from China, and should always be prepared
thy might; walk in meek- the losing of it on the way for squalls.
fsas, pursue the right; so back. I! !
that with His mercy-screen; Ah Foo explained quite The hen seldom has a gru-
the Master-hide thee in the easily; "The world he round, dge against the farmer she is
day of disaster. Then thou'all same orange; China up- laying for.
shalt shine like the heavens hill, America downhill. You
bright, and like the sun go China, up hill allee way, The love of a man for him-
when going forth in might;- boat go more slow, lose one self is almost as great as that
and o'er thy head-shall be day. You come back again, of some silly woman for him.
spread-the rays-of the sun down h ll allee way, boat I !
of grace-that brings-heal- more quick, catchem up ole A girl never really appreci.
ing and joy in his wings. day. ates the attentions of young
Bachya Ibn.Pakudah, 1040. 1 I men until some other girl
(Trans. M. Jastrow.) Salesman: Thes shirts tries to get a corner on them.

Thank God for Life!

motor car with
ihQ ha^nAd "

11 Is I ea U.
Thank C G for Life: I do not !
care "I see where a girl d
If Sorrow waits upon the in a courtroom befol
stair judge as testimony in a
To rob me of my happy day. club case."
I'm glad I'm living, anyway. "Is that so? Exhibit
Hey! as it were."
It is a privilege to see
T h e m i,- -; r,, ,


re th


i myl1ister1 15 The ideal partnership is
And the adventure of the homely girl and a pretty gil
Is worth its price of joy and Unless we can discipli]


The pilgrim walks a weary
And trouble is a heavy load,
But struggling upward
through the strife,
How gorgeous is the gift of

Visitor--So ths is


birthday, Tommy! What did
you get?
Tommy-A stummick ache.
I !
Fond mother: Jack writes
home and says that he has
broken seven of the college
records-one of them the dis-
cus record.
Poor Dad-More expense! I
suppose I'll have to send him
a check to cover the damage.

Girl-You say you are go-
ing to marry a woman with a
$10,000 a year income and
you try to convince me that
it's love match.
Boy-It is, I love money.
The direst denunciation of
the rising generation comes
this week from Kansas: "The
youth who once scaled the
"Every Sunday we go fish-
ing," complained the young
wife, "and you know I hate
"Well," said her husband,
surveying the empty basket,
"I catch as few as possible"
heights with 'Excelsior' on
is, banner now climbs jnto a
- 4 .. .

I ourselves we must pay some
Sone to do it for us.
i !
SYou can't fool a woman bu
you can keep her guessing.

Unless you honestly thin]
the world is getting bette
you can't get very far in bus

Young children and som
employees seem to construe
kindness as a sign of weak
I !
Since the streets became a
congested the question i
"Have we time to take a tas
or shall we walk?"
I! I
Some of the greatest think
ers say they do their bee
work during those week
when their wife isn't speaR
ing to them.

Some fellows are always
trying to do something tha
can't be done-and failing.


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'Idall, ...p....m...r 26, 193 THEi JEWISH..FLO..D.AN

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Surprise party was given in
lonor of the birthday anni-
rersary of Joseph Fine Fri-
ay evening at the home of
dr. and Mrs. Fine, 235 N. W.
seventh ave. Worthy Matrons
nd Worthy Patrons, officers
f Emunah chapter 0. E. S.,
vere hosts. A birthday cake
vas presented the honor
:u ests and a basket of roses.
Those present were Mrs.
,aura Wallis, Mrs. Sadye
lose, Mrs. Ella T. Kaiser,
iiss Bertha Mendelson, Mrs.
3ertha Halpern, Mrs. Estill
;teinberg, Mrs. Peggy Pal-
her, Mrs. Rose Bogen, Mrs.
)lga Schwartz, Miss Jose-
)hine Lobazin, Mrs. Sue
lhachter, Albert Backer, Mr.
nd Mrs. I. Fine, and R. Bog-

Plans for fall
ie chapter were
short business
4 *

activities of
discussed in

Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Volpe,
vho have been in New York
ity for several weeks, have
*one to Kansas City to visit
heir daughters before re-
urning to begin the new
ear's work at the University
f Miami.
Sidney Segall, son of Mr.
nd Mrs. Philip Segall, 315
q. E. Twenty-eighth street,
as left for Champaign, Ill.,
o enter the University of Il-
nois law school. He received
he degree of bachelor of arts
rom the universtiy in June.

Mrs. Myer Swartz, presi-
ent of the Council of Jewish
Vomen, has called a special
meeting of the executive board
t 2 p. m. Friday at her home
847 N. W. Eighth st. All
members are urged to be

The executive board of the
isrhood of Temple Israel
eld called meeting at the
ome ofte president, Mrs.
SL. Rosendorf, Miami Beach,
'riday when a number of im-
ortant matters for the com-
ng season were settled. A
[alloween party will be given
'hursday evening, October
0, with Mrs. Gordon Davis
nd Mrs. Si Mendelson in
Mrs. M. 'Cromer, chairman
f the ways and means com-
litte, announced the follow-
ig dates for social events for
he winter: Supper Sunday
evening, October 12, at Kap-
rn hall; Thanksgiving dinner
nd dance, Wedesday evening
november 12; night at the
ollies, Sunday, January 11;
birthday luncheon, February
; Washington's birthday
arden party, Friday, Feb-
uary 20; Purin party, Mon-
ay evening, March 2.
The first regular meeting
f the sisterhood will take
lace at 2 80r p. m. Monday.
Octoberr 6. Te sisterhood
vill have chpge ofthe social

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hour following the evening
services starting in Decem-
ber. A social hour will follow
the services tomorrow night.
Present at the meeting Fri-
day were Mrs. Jacob Kaplan,
Mrs. Jake Davis, Mrs. Crom-
er, Mrs. I. L. Seligman, Mrs.
L. Zeientz, Mrs. S. Nevins,
Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Mendelson
and Mrs. Ben Watts. Lunch-
eon was served.

Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Cohen
and Mrs. Ralph G. Holberg
have returned to the Dallas
Park hotel from Athens, Ga.,
where they attended the mar-
riage of Mrs. Holberg's
daughter, Miss Frances Flora
Holberg, to B. P. Joel, which
took place September 7 at the
home of the bridegroom's
brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Joel. Mrs.
Mitchell Wolfson, matron of
honor, was the bride's only
attendant and Mose Slusky of
Augusta was best man.
Mr. Joel's sister, Mrs. B. C.
Beaullieu, sang during the
ceremony. The bride was giv
en in marriage by her broth
er, Ralph G. Holberg, jr. Fol-
lowing the wedding a dinner
was held at the Georgian
hotel. Among the relatives
present were Mr. and Mrs.
A. Holberg of Birmingham.
First meeting of the sea-
son of the Emnuah chapter
of 0. E. S. was held at 8
p. m. Thursday at the Shrine
temple. A program was pre-

Miss Laura Fierstein, 2219
boulevard, has returned, aft-
er an extended trip to East-
ern and Middle Western
states. While in Chicago she
was the guest of her cousin,
Judge Samuel Alshuler.
Mr. Samuel Kantor return-
ed to Miami last Monday after
an absence of several months
in the north.
Miss Bertha Clair Leibovitt
left for Nashville, Tenn.,
where she will attend Van-
derbilt University.
Dr. and Mrs. M. D. Kirsch
returned to the City Tuesday
after having been away in the
north for about two months
during which time Dr. Kirsch
attended various clinics in N.
Mrs. J. Louis Shochet re-
turned to Miami Monday from
an absence of six weeks spent
with her mother who is seri-
ously ill in Baltimore.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Shonfield

entertained last Sunday night
at a bridge and pinochle par-
ty honoring Mrs. H. Lebos of
Vero Beach who is a visitor
to the City. First prize was
awarded to Mrs. Ida Buckstein
and consolation prize was won
by Mrs. Julius Simpson. Dur-
ing the evening ice cream,
cake and a salad course were
served. Among those present
were Mr. and Mrs. Wm.Fried-
man, Mr. and Mrs. Manuel
Rippa, Mr. Max Kupferstein,
Mrs. I. Buckstein, Mrs. Chas.
Tannenbaum, Mrs. Michael
Yunis, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mar-
cus, Mr. and Mrs. J. Simpson,
Mrs. Louis Ruscol, Mrs. R.
Beck, Dr. Fred Lebos of Vero
Beach, Mrs. Sadye G. Rose,
Mr. I. Rosengarten, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Gropper, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Katz, Mr. B. Kandel, Mr.
and Mrs. John Wolf, Mr. A.
Tauscher, Mr. L. Vangilder,
Miss Pauline and Miss Edna
Shonfield, and Mr. M. Shon-
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Special preparation is being
made for the observance of
the Succoth Holidays by the
Ladies associated with the Mi-
ami Orthodox Jewish Congre-
gation. A Simchas Torah par-
ty will be given at the Odd
Fellows Hall on the evening of
Simchas Torah to which all
the children will be invited
and in which the adults will
take an active part. The Lad-
ies in charge are those for-
merly heading the Ladies
4 *
The former Ladies Auxil-
iary will hold a meeting of its
entire membership immedi-
ately after the Succoth Holi-
days when a newname will be
chosen for the organization
and other important business
will be transacted.
The Junior Council were
at a card party at the home
of Miss Minnie Blanck last
(Continued on Page 4)

MR. and MRS. SOL *
Wish all their Relatives and
4. Friends
A Happy and Prosperous
New Year

Wishes all his Relatives and
*O Friends a *
o Very Happy and Prosperous
New Year
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a a
Mr. & Mrs. A. Daum
* and a
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* 159 N. W. Fifth St.
* Extend sneere wishes to their
a many friends and patrons for a
o A Happy and Prosperous g
* New Year *
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Rabbi and Mrs. Israel H. Weisfeld
o of 1073 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, N. Y. o
*O *
* *
Extend Sincere Wishes to Their Many Friends and
The Entire Jewry of South Florida For a

Happy and Prosperous New Year
S"A Kesiva V'Chasimo Tovah"

Years ago it became necessary to discharge a man from
a certain company with which I happened to be associated.
His short-comings did not reflect upon his character or abil-
ity; he was just temperamentally out of place.
Everybody liked him. Nobdy wanted to hurt his feel-
ings. Hence many conferences were held.
It was suggested that we might get some other company
to offer him a position. Or he might be given a year's leave
of absence, in the hope that he would not come back. Or
we might persuade some one to speak to some one else who
could suggest to him in a round-about way that he ought to
Meanwhile, time drifted on.
Finally it occurred to us that in scheming around to find
a way to be kind to this man we were actually being very
cruel. We were allowing him to waste precious days in a
position where he could have no future. Whereupon we sent
for him, drew a long breath, and spoke as follows:
"Joe, it is necessary to tell you that you are through ...
Now that's over, and we don't need to talk about it any
more. Let us, therefore, sit down to a serious .discussion
about your future plans, because every man in the company
wants to see you happy and successful."
We helped him find the proper environment; he is to-
day prosperous and contented, and I believe that he counts
us all as among his very good friends.
The incident was recalled the other day by a conference
in aid of an important charity. The question was how to
obtain a large donation from a certain rich man. All the
usual expedients were suggested. We might "approach" him
through his bankers. Perhaps some one could induce some
one to speak to his wife. It might be possible to have a
good friend of his in Los Angeles put us in touch with a
friend of his in Chicago.
Finally a large and restless member of the committee
rose. "This makes me tired," he exclaimed. "I know this
fellow. He gets to his office every morning at eight o'clock
I'll go in tomorrow morning and tell him I have come to ask
for a million dollars. And I think he'll like it."
Said Walt Whitman, speaking of Sheridan, "Genius is
ninety per cent directness, and Phil Sheridan was a genius."
If one could gather up all the time that is wasted an-
nually in scheming how to do the clever or polite thing, he
would have hours enough to relieve all the farmers, kill each
fruit fly individually, and dig the canal from the ocean to
the lakes.
Millions of dollars would be saved if every business con-
ference opened with the blunt inquiry, "What is the simplest
and most direct way by which this thing can be done?"

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(Continued from Page 3)
Sunday night to a large num-
ber of Miami's younger Jew-
ish set. Prizes for high score
were awarded and the raffle
for a cocktail shaker was won
by Mrs. Freida Lutzky. Ice
cream, cakes and drinks were
served during the evening.
The next event will be a card
party at the home of Miss
Sara Kohn on Sunday even-
ing, October 5th.

The Alumnae Association
of Temple Israel will meet
next Saturday evening in
Kaplan hall, at 8 p. m. Newly
elected officers to act for the
coming year are, President,
Stanton Field; Vice President,
Ellis Klein; Secretary, Har-
riet Kahn; Treasurer, Alvin
Richter; Committee Chair-
man, Entertainment, Bernard
Weintraub; General, Alfred
Kahn; Publicity, Harriet Kan-
tor; and Membership, Bernice

Thursday evening, October
30th, the Sisterhood of Tem-
ple Israel will be hosts at a
Hallowe'en Party, at Kaplan
Hall. Mrs. Gordon Davis and
Mrs. Si Mendelson are in
charge of the arrangements
for the affair.

Mrs. Phil Somberg return-
ed to the City last Monday
with her family after an ab-
sence of several months in
North Carolina, where she
spent her summer vacation.

The Friendship League
held its regular weekly dance
and meeting at the Congress
bldg. last Wednesday night,
when the usual large crowd
attended. The next meeting of


S Th Greatness of God

Across the valley the tall green corn is marching
Above the mountains the turquoise sky is arching.
The grass is growing; the green peas burst the pod.
The earth expresses the lavish hand of God.

Perhaps the cities are soiled with ugly scheming.
Here in the country the day is steeped in dreaming.
I see the silver of dew upon each clod.
And worship ever the handiwork of God.

There is such order in all His perfect.planning!
There is such rhythm in faintest breezes fanning
The forest ways where the hidden blossoms nod,
And birds sing praises about the living God.

My loom is quit; its pattern uncompleted.
Dark threads are woven; my cherished hopes
My clear designing is lost beneath life's rod,
And melts in blackness; ... but not the plans of

the League will be held at the
home of Miss Jean Mohilner,
1037 N. W. 1st street, on next
Tuesday evening because of
Yom Kippur on the regular
meeting night.
The Local Bnai Brith lodge
will hold itsweekly luncheon
at the Palatial Kosher Restau-
rant next Tuesday, Septem-
ber 30th, at noon, when Mr.
A. Shefferman, a practicing
attorney of Washington, D.
C. and Cantor of Beth David
for the High Holidays will


(Continued from Page 1)
A process-server stepped up- to
the speakers' platform and handed
Mr. Walker a piece of paper.
"What's this?" the Mayor ask-
"It's a summons in a suit for
slander sir."
It was, in all probability, one of
the most embarrassing moments
in Mr. Walker's life. But without
a moment's hesitation he stroked
his chin, cocked one eye aloft, and
"Well, you've got nice weather
for it."
Then there is the one about the
Wise Guy who was looking for a
job. He walked into an office on
lower Broadway and addressed a
"Is Mr. Dwight in?"
"Do you have an appointment?"
the young woman asked.
"Certainly," the Wise Guy said.
"I'm sorry," the stenog replied;
"you'll have to talk to Mr. Mont-
rose-Mr. Dwight has been dead
twenty years."

Pioneer Realtor
Victor In Court

(Continued from Page 1)
driving. The warrant issued
by a Justice of the Peace was
found defective. Mr. and Mrs.
Engler had debarked from
the boat at Jacksonville and
were motoring to Miami when
a heavy truck driven on the
left side of the road by .a ne-
gro struck the Engler's ma-
chine and wrecked it causing
severe injuries to Mrs. Eng-
ler. Leonard Epstein, a son-
in-law of the Englers repre-
sented them at the hearing,
and afterward said that suit

would be filed against 0. C.
Barker the owner of the
truck for thle injuries sus-
tained by Mrs. Engler and
the car, and alleged that the
attempted arrest was a means
of trying to force the Eng-
lers to pay $25 for damage to
the truck.

1201 South Olive Ave.
Phone 5272
West Palm Beach, Fla.

Dr. A. E. Rosenthal
Announces The Removal Of His
Offices From The Professional
Building to
111 N. E. Second Avenue.
Practice of Dentistry
Phone 2-4819

Our low summerr rates
will save you money.
Phone today!
phone 3-2661

T. F. WHALES, President EDWARD ANDERSON, Vice-Pres.
E. C. FOGG, Jr., Sec'y-Treas. & Gen. Mgr.
A Non-Profit Co-Operative Association of Milk Producers
761 N. W. 18th TERRACE
For several months, the individuals and firms in the
producing and distributing end of the Dairy Industry in
Greater Miami have been receiving a price for their products
that has been far below the cost of production and distribu.
tion. These low prices have brought about a serious finan-
cial situation among the dairymen and we find it necessary
for them to have immediate relief.
We know the public is very much inrtrete-d in their
milk supply, and want to be assured of awayp*. receiving
Fresh Home Produced Milk o f high qualit> at a fair pIrice.
To enable you to continue to receive the .sme quality
of Home Produced dairy products that you have become accut-
tomed to since we started distributing our products to the
public, we are increasing our price three cents per quart,
(to 18c per quart retail on Raw and Pasteurized Milk begin.
ning Wednesday, September 24. 1930. Even with this increah.-
in price, milk will be sold at a lower price than ever before
in Miami under normal conditions. This entire increase got-e
to the dairymen of Dade and Broward Counties. wh.o .wn and
operate this Association.
We ask that you, as a citizen, patronize those merchants
who are cooperating with the distributors in thuer efforts t, hcp
the Home Dairymen. as they naturally wil be c(mpeiled t(.
increase their price.
We wish to take this opportunity to thank our many
hundreds of customers for their patronage, and ask that we
may continue to have the pleasure cf serving you with *Our
Home" dairy products.
Very truly
E. C. Fcgg Jr.

Keep that Miami Dollar circulating among the Home Merchants I C

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