The Jewish Floridian

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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
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October 31, 1930
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weekly
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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Vol III-No. XLIV. Miami, Florida, Friday, October 31, 1930 Price 5 Cents


^AJ1KTP Jg CHESED SHEL EMES SYNAGOGUE


RNEST C AMP.JQNA W
New York.-Night. He calls a 0. : t
xicab. Directs it to a certain
address. A cordial meeting with
friend. "I want you to go 'ut
th me and help me fix a radio."
ughter, joking, as they set forth
n the errand. H P .. I .. .
t lonhee rrand.O ri. T. .e. r Out of a fund of $300,000 estab-.
A long, long' ride. To the far,
desolate end of Barren Island. It r wished by former Senator Joseph
is nearly dawn. The cabstops. Frelinghuysen. of New Jersey,
The friend gets out. aWhe re. is more than $77,000 has been loans
his" he asks, uneasily.' rn t to boys and girls on New Jersey
The man inside does'not reply farms to enable them to purchase
in i ords. Suddenlyhe springs pure-bred cows, swine or poultry.
-in words. Suddenly.he springs io t hn 0 o a nd
out, backing the other man against More than 1,000 boys and girls
the radiator. Paralyzed, the taxi have been helped in this way to
driver looks on. It is all just a get a start in producing better
ideous dream. t dary products, pork and poultry,
io r a and the effect upon farmers gener-
ut On Two guns are drawn. **..... ally in showing them the advan-
The Sot" In the dim glare of the ages of pure-bred stock have been
headlights the killer raises them, i incalculable.
eadlighberately. ler aisest h, That sort of help for the farmer
delib"For God's sake," cries the viis decidedly practical. There is
"For God's sake," cries the vic- always a market for first-grade
tim, "give me--" The former Riverside Presbyterian Church, purchased by the Chesed Shel Emes Congregation for products of the sorfirst-grade
Eight shots rip through his its Synagogue and Talmud Torah.gregatn fhus o rthae sort wh:chNew
chest. The body slumps to t e Jersey thus encourages, especially
Shebody slumps to the in the vicinity of great 'terminal
round. d en markets like Ne York and Phila-
till white-face d nd shaken, Beth David Church Biulding Is Rabbi Arrives to delphia.w
the axi driver told his story to
police next day. "God help me," H ld Services Purchased f assume Position sPEED
he faltered, "I'll never get that s services rcaorhirty-five minutes from the
sight out of my mind. So that's D't N Syna, time he left the William Penn Air-
puin a e mn pot n ew yn ao e port in Philadelphia with photo-
uttinga man onthe pot At CongregationBeth a- With the arrival Wednesday graphs of the World's Series base-
Then there is the one about the vid the usual late Friday Th night of Samuel B Grinstein ball game, Captain Frank Hawks
taxi driver who appeared in Traf- night services will begin at e r recently organize h ew Rabbi of Congrega- eiveredt hep pictures in a New
tic Court recently, accused of 8:00 p.'m. with Rabbi S. M. Chesed Shel Emes Congrega- t ionChesedi helof mes,reg- iork newspaper of fire. It te
parking overtime. The arresting Machtei preaching a sermon tion at a meeting of its Board tion heed hel me, uesa er defying t 270 miles
olicema intimated that had Abrham-The atte." directors authorized the gently organized iami Jew-an hour,t cover the 9 miles be-
parked in front of ae s peakeasy to m sh Orthodox Synagogue, the tween Philadelphia and the Queens
licit trade from helpless drunks. In his sermon the Rabbi will puchaseof building t Congregation ill begin its Borough Airprt in New York.
I wish you would tell me,the discuss and compare the life use the Orthodox Synago- Talmud Torh and Synagogue Then fifteen minutes in a speed
defendant begged of the court, of Abraham, the first He-g ue and Talmud Torah of the within the next few days yot took him to Manhattan
some place I can park in this bre with the history of theCongregation and last Tues- h. This was faster than the pictures
town that isn't in front of a speak- Hebrew in ancient and mod- day the former Riverside Rabbi Grinstein is a native could have been sent by telegraph
easy.en times, revealing the pat- Presbyterian Church on S. W. of Dallas, Texas. the son ofiTelegraphing photographs is now
Also the one about the man on tern in the life of Abraham Third street, between Fif- th lata Rabbi enry Grin-ihalf an hour or so or the detakis
Fifty-second Street who was m- that has prevailed in the life teenth and Sixteenth avenues stein for a lone number fof Ia picture to be transmitted over
esteds much at night by per- h hildre a people. as purchased from the for- years the spiritual head of t he wire. Over long distances, of
esons mountedst ofhis sign on thents thfront Sunday morning the first mer Trustees of theurch Jewish congregation of Pen. course, the airplane could not com-
of his dwelling: meeting nd services of t he and p possession of the BP i- sacola, Fla., about forty years pete, but in this case it was the
"This is NOT a speakeasy." Bar Mitzva Club will be held ing was taken by the on- ag, T d after going th hs al- IND
o with Mr. Abe Kurman and the gregation. Repairs and im- asmil Texas. Together wPalesith hisne The most teBLINDble affliction
Banditsce New York's against Ssterhood acting as hosts at provements are now being family he eft for Palestine which can cometo a human being,
Police Nw Ykm's poaliace sor
A s Banditso protect you agais is he breakfast hat will fol- started and will be completed to live there in 1913 and af- in all probability, is blindness. The
goi to protect. B ou from the rea ow, within the next week. The ter the outbreak of the World problem of helping the blind to be-
going to protect you from the low. f 11 b held at wanqset of thhoe e who [oe ii elu ni S s finding
police? first services will be held atw ar waso ne cf fhoe Tho ome self-supporting sf d
police ? On Saturday morning the irst services wi e wre taker from Palestine by new solutionsri constantly. T
The proprietor of a small own- hel the new Congregation and were take'rom Palestin latest is the discovery that blind
own furniture storeawas pinched usual services wilbe eldS -Synagogue on Friday evening the warship Tennessee to girls, because of their keen sense
or speeding. ppearing in court, ith abbi acei preach November 7th, at America by way of Greece. of touch, are very useful in offices
e paidh isf ine. A f ewd aysi nga s ermoni in iddish te
ter, his fine. A few daythes h srton f Yidish e when the usual services wi Returning to this Country he where thereis a large amount of
later, he washauled before the the "Portion of t be held to be followed at 8:15 attended the City Cllege of mailing to be done.
bar again and by the same po- be held New Yor City and theYe- The Brooklyn Bureau of Chari-
liceman. This time he paid a stif- p. m. by the late services at New or tyties has set up a mailing business
er fine. whirael which the new Rabbi of the shiva Yaskov Yosef, and then employment only blind girls for
Soon afterward, the same op nation abbi graduated rom the Mizrachi this sort of work.. All sorts of
nabbed him again for some minor Hear Rabb Gristein will preach. Teachers College. quantity mailing is done for busi-
.lAContinuing his studies atc hness houses. These girls formerly
third fine was paid. As the har- immediately folowingthe no other occupation than
passed motorist was leaving court, At Temple Israel the ser- services the Ladies Auxiliary the Yeshiva Isaac Elchanan, weaving coarse rugs, at which they
hep oliceman,s or t hes toryg coes,
took im on, s e es ts r ee g be hosts at a reception n he wa a classmate of Rabbi would earn only from $6 to $8 a
took himtone side. vices this Friday eve wi h Israel H. Weisfeld, formerlyweek. In the mailing work they
"Why "don't you get wise to which begins at 8:15 p. m. the vestry rooms of the Con- Israel H W eisfeld, formerly earn fromIn $15the tomailing$20 a week. And
ourself" he said, "andilet me will be marked by a very in- gregation at which the Rabbi of Beth Davis. e he addressing mail5 crippled elA
have tha, bedroom suite in your teresting sermon for which will be informally presented came Adminstrative Assist- who cannot work at occupations
window fo $150-you know, the Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan to the Congregation. Satur- school and Assistant to Rab- ehysicaexertion,re
She man did-and who wouldn't ha chosen as his s subject ay ing he sual er-chool nd ssistantReve a the most practical sortd.
e hasn't eena arrested since. Modern Scholar's Estimate of vices will be held. On Sunday bi Dr. Bernard Revel, head of charity.he ost practical ort
d a s i Jesus."o The public is wel- evening, November 9th, the of the Yeshiva snd Yeshiva COTTON
Such brigands, masquerading as come at all these services and Congregation will present the college. ease is Mrethan45,000,000 acres of
guardians of law, literally "get dit to the Rabbi's Rabbi to its members at a for Palestine, nd being an land was devoted to growing cot-
hat the same policeman once was sermon which has brought joint banquet of the Ladies ardent Zionist worker, he vol- ton in the United States this year.
building a new home in ong Is-lwarge crowds to the Temple Auxiliary and the Congrega- unteered when the call for That is five million acres too much
land, when for some reason there because of the interesting tion. At this Banquet the f- "Chalutzim" to go to Pales- in the opinion of Carl Williams,
was difficulty in getting a load of weay in which the Rabbi pre- icers of the Congregation tin was issued in 1925 andthe cotton expert of the Federal
scene of construction. sents his sermons, is featured and the officers of the Ladies with a visa as a "Chalutz" ar- hat s needed in the South,
he esourceful copper was not by a musical program of the Auxiliary will be formally in. rived in Palestine where he says Mr. Williams, is the produc-
loTh inevso l ca wa s not, hw co i ducted into office. The Ban- worked on the roads and in ion of more food which the South
long n devising a way out, how choir. quet will be held at the G. & the orange groves for two areitsinglecities in thesouth where
vinutr. He ruismed around torcycleor a few R. Restaurant, 403 N. E. 2nd years. After urgent pleadings the consumption of meat and dairy
min-tes an ndr reservation rpottedhe accepted a position as/productsismore han he roduc-
an old fellow rattling along at a to Long Island. avenue, and reservations are
ively clip in an old Ford, and And didn't have to go to court! gbein made with the Commit- Teacher and Assistant Execu- tion of those commodities in the

Thene there wU brief eonptiver- The same cop, I am informella, nda Kupferstein, chairman, Mes- Orphanagee at Safed, Pales- hond utes the land thereby reagea-
briefr beferent oeean cpmentis suburb Szome F lushing.N aNot dames P. Augustine, H. tine. While defending the ed orl ivestock and dairying or
a brief referen to e n cement suburban home G o d a ane children f he rph e growing o others oodstffs
and plaster and: OB mMdl latina- bad for a policeman. Gottesman and Sam Tannei- children of the OrphTnl be egroing of other ioodstufs
tion, and----- ,- C o s n baum, and Messrs. M. ,' from the at s of te will be sawi himself, his cofhe
o",rt, .Md resr rnunit, the cotton industry and
The old Isn -il msorga Wt Coffin is an undtr- port, H. M. Drewitch (Cowinud onPage 4) the entire South.
the stuff in his kfit r at Darien, Connecteu.


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THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN


A Wtk!y Newsper
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
byS te
JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO


107 SOUTH MIAMI AVE.

J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor
P. 0. Bae 27z
Miami, Florida Phone 2-1183
WEST PALM BEACH OFFICE:
414 Eightk Street
Mr. M. SrcSrebud, Rr etat


Entered as second class matter,
July 4th, 1930, at the Post Office
at Miami, Florida, under the act
of March 3, 1879.
SUBaSCRPTION
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One Year ........................ Ln
VOL. III., NO. XLIV.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1930


NEW TROUBLES


People often wonder why,
with advancing years and the
solution of the economic prob-
lems, new difficulties present
themselves so inevitably.
The new troubles are often
more baffling than the old
ones.
Children grow up and be-
come old enough to-get into
trouble. Leisure brings with
it innumerable opportunities
for difference of opinion.
Necessity, which in 'he early
years of the struggle settled
so many difficulties, can no
longer be relied upon.
And so we pass into mid-
dle-age, resenting that life
has punctured so many of
our youthful dreams.
The subject is mentioned
here only because it seems to
concern so many. Each of us
thinks his own troubles with
life are distinctly peculiar,
and only by questioning
friends do we discover that
they are universal.
One shrewd and seasoned
friend offers this advice:
"Avoid letting yourself feel
too much. Insist upon think-
ing. If your son or daughter
elopes, let yourself cool off be-
fore you do anything about
it. Keep quiet until you have
first taken time to think."
Anyone who has wrestled
with emotional crises will per-
ceive that this is sensible ad-
vice.
Probably nine-tenths of ail
troubles could be peacefully
settled if we would first mas-
ter our feelings in other
words, if we used our heads.


THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
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THE
CHGLOOSER

CHASER


The Girl-Friend says that "William," said the boss,
television will not add much "there will be a vacancy here
In 4IrI,,r -,linro.mp i, f x-mi I tr han, di Inrn Td m i 4lifr;,l f 4iv-I-


Friday, October 31, 1


ASH TRAYS AND BUZZERS


to see the people who are al- ing your twin brother theYEARS ago I had an appointment with a corporation presi.
ways getting wrong tele- jjob." dent. The secretaries, door men, and general factotuma
phone numbers. "Twin brother!" echoed in the great man's outer office made it clear that their bos
S William. was Some Pumpkins and that I was assuming a great deal i
"Don't you love driving on "Yes," went on the boss. asking to see him.
a moonlight night like this?" "The one I saw watching the When I finally worked my way through the last of tehe
"Yeah, but I thought I'd cricket match yesterday while and stood in the president's private office, I saw in the cor.
wait till we got farther out you were at your uncle's fun- ner a red-faced, bald-headed man seated at a plain wooden
Sin the country." eral. Hunt him up and don't desk. His coat was off and his dseeves were rolled up to
t* come back without him." reveal a pair of solid, hairy arms.
Algernon: I've been going "Ah, Mr. Barton," he said, "would you mind standing
to the dentists's for three Entering a street car, a on guard beside that door? My tailor has just sen t me over
weeks now. lady spied a friend with a lit- a pair of cooler pants, and' I Want to put them on."
Clarence: Really. Having a tle boy. A greeting was ex- So I stood guard while he stepped out of one pair of
lot done? changed between the women So I stood guard while he stepped out of one pair of
Algernon: I don't know un- and then the newcomersaid: pants and into another, chatting sociably all the time.
til I get there. I "Why, Bobby, how grown up Iwas reminded of this incident by the remark of a friend
S you are! But still you are not who was recently transferred from the branch office to the
"How's the back tire, son?" too old to kiss are you?" New York headquarters of a certain business.
"Kinda flat on the bottom, I"No," said Bobby, with Some of the men in the organization were jealous of hisi
but it's all right on top!" conviction, "but you are." promotion, and he has carefully watched his step. '"hel
a* a president gave me my choice of two offices," he told me.
"My dear Mrs. Maxton," "Do you know, my dear," "One was a grand room on the executive floor. The other
cried the inclined-to-be-stout said the young husband, a queer little dump two floors below. I took the little office.
lady, "fancy meeting you "there's something wrong It will be perfectly all right until I show that I need some.
here! Tell me, how are things with that cake? It doesn't thing better. I have enough problems at the beginning
in your part of the world ?" taste right." without the additional handicap of luxurious office."
"Oh, rather pleasant," re- "That's all your imagina- An office manager who has watched men come and go
turned the unexpected ac- tion," answered the bride tri- in a big corporation tells me that he can predict just about
quaintance. "But I must tell umphantly, "for it says in my how long a new man will last. "If his first requisition is
you, my dear, we've got a new cook book that it's deli- for a lead pencil and a blotter and some ink, I put him down
new doctor, instead of old cious." as permanent. But when a man sends me an initial requisi-
Sawbones, as you used to call tion for an ash try and an electric buzzer I notice he never
him." Patricia: Why should I let stays over a year."
"Fancy that now! Do tell you kiss me? I Napoleon was quite a trial to his courtiers because he did
me, my dear is he a nice Patrick: Well, if you want not pay more attention to the trappings of his office. When
man ?" a technical explanation it will Bourrienne was telling him that he must do so and so or the
"Oh, yes, my dear, delight- take time. It's like this- older reigning families in Europe would not recognize him,
ful," breathed her friend. "A Patricia: Aw, go ahead and he had the sure answer of a man who knows his strength.
charming man. He's always so kiss me. "If it comes to that I will destroy them all," he exclaim.
cheerful, and he takes life so a a *
easily A woman in the suburbs ed. "Then I shall be the oldest sovereign among them."
was chatting over the back Generally speaking, those who like lots of fuss are light
Alfred-Say, Morris, wait fence with her next-door weights. The surer a man is of his own capacity the less he
a minute. Have you a minute neighbor: cares for externals-including all fancy trappings and the
tf% 4n .--a "We'rp creinr nto live in a criticism of the uninformed.


Morris Yes, but nothing
else. Make it snappy.
a *
Men who marry for looks
seldom get good cooks.
A man without enemies is
apt to be shy of friends.
Some men would rather
make excuses than make good.
People with peppery temp-
ers are not the salt of the
earth.
Holidays are more pleasant
in contemplation than in fact.
a*


Many a man imagines
has a grievance because
wife does not drive him
drink.
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he
his
to


better neighborhood soon,"
she said.
"So are we," the other said,
"What? Are you moving,
too ?"
"No, we're staying here."
a *
"She said she lived happily
with her husband until after
their first quarrel."
"When was that?"
"As they left the church
on their wedding day."
"Listen," said the black-
smith to Pat, who just got
the job helping the smith, I'm
going to bringthis horseshoe
from the fire and lay it on
the anvil; when I nod my
head, hit it hard with this
hammer."
Pat obeyed instructions and
the blacksmith never nodded


You not only have a right his head again.
to your opinion, but you also *
have a right to keep it to Two microbes sat on a pantry
yourself. shelf
And watched, with expres-
The average man is not a' sion pained,
singer. Neither is a woman, The milkman's stunts, and
but you can't make her be- they both
lieve it.
lieve i said at once,
A man and his wife were "Our relations are getting
bathing in the sea when they strained."
were joined by a friend of the .* a
man, who introduced his wife. Crabbe roday, for the
Some time afterwards the first time, I really was de-
friend noticed the woman sit- lighted to hear my neighbor's
&-6 f- I


ling opposiLe uim in ia a Lra m
car. She bowea. He looked
puzzled for a moment, and
then exclaimed. "Oh, how do
you do? I really didn't know
you with your clothes on."


piano going.
Friend Something worth
listening to, I suppose.
Crabbe- I should say so.
I heard the instalment men
taking it away.


TH[ THEAIAMItY-


.DOCTOR
JO-1N JOSEPH GAINES M.D.
VALUE OF PAIN
THE best friend a man can possibly have is, the one that
warns him always of impending danger; oddly enough,
pain is a very great blessing to human kind.
Primarily, it is the apprehension-the dread of suffer-
ing, that impels human kind to shun pitfalls that bring
disease or death. Yet, for mere pleasure's sake, or in obed-
ience to perverted appetite, fools rush in where angels fear
to tread. We abuse the most" rare and sacred privileges in
the most reckless manner, and whine and cry as we reap the
certain penalties for violation of human and divine law.
Early pain is a warning that should never be ignored or
taken lightly; for instance, if suddenly taken with more or
less vague, but keen, colicky pain in the locality of the gall-
bladder, which may radiate downward toward the right side
-it may pass away quickly leaving you a bit weak-and,
may return later, a bit more insistent; you may be compelled
to cease work. Better notify your physician, the danger of
appendicitis being thought of. The pain may be opposite
the region of the appendix at first, or, seem to be entirely inl
the gall-bladderony to locate within the appendix within 24
hours. NEVER take a harsh purgative under such condi-
tions, without consulting your doctor.
Pain in the head should not be ignored for long. Here,
the diseased process is often far from the site of the pain,
To use commercial "headache tablets" without intelligent ad-
vice, is in most cases, doing the very thing you should noti
do. Not being a trained physician, you should never expert"
ment upon yourself; it never pays.
Pain in the left chest, transitory or persistent, should
take one to the physician promptly, especially if the coml
plainant is beyond middle age, is overweight, or suspects
kidney derangement a thorough examination should be
made, no matter how robust the patient may look. The pba
may come from a simple affection, or from one of very
serious nature. S


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DIet uJaviu I iberLuou gave
S a card party at the Talmud
Torah building last Sunday
evening, which was attended
by 72 members and friends.
The hostesses for the affair
were Mrs. M. Goldenblank,
Mrs. Sol Weinkle and Mrs.
John Wolfe.
High score prizes were Mrs.
J. Silverstein and Mrs. Clay-
ton D. Lewis; consolation,
Mrs. M. Kronenfeld; door
prize, Mrs. M. L. Younis and
Mrs. Harry Isaacs.
Miss IreneWeingarten and
Miss Lala Samuels of New
York, are the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Sol Friedman on S.
W. 19th'Istreet. A


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W. 19th street.

Mrs. A. B,. Kantor enter-
r trained with a bridge party in
honor of her daughter, Mss
Harriet Louise Kantor, who
g celebrated her 16th birthday
anniversary Oct. 25. Prizes
were awarded to Miss Anita
it Berstein and Miss Bernice
W atts.
Those present were Miss
S Alice Apte, Miss Jane Kauf-
S man, Miss Harriet Kahn,
Miss Sylvia Miles, Miss Helen
d Kantor, Miss Sylvia Leibovit,
Miss Charlotte Kohn, Miss
S Myrtle Zeientz, Miss Gertrude
Deitz, Miss Claire Hodes,
Miss Dorothy Roth, Miss Ed-
na Walkowsky, and Miss
Frances Kane.
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As we are going to press
0e 4-- '


THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN


home of Mrs. Joseph Fields
in Holleman park.
Present were: Mrs. Daniel
Rosengarten, Mrs. Harry
Weinberg, Mrs. Theodore
Klein, Mrs. William Rubin,
Mrs. Sam Weiffell, Mrs. Hen-
ry Bery, Mrs. Adele Vince
Rose, Mrs. Alice Goldstein,
Mrs. Herman Rubin, Mrs.
Milton Weiner.
The next meeting of the
club will be Tuesday, Nov. 11,
at the home of Mrs. Alice
Goldstein, 2020 S. W. Ninth
street. Mrs. Joseph Fields
will present the book "Millie"
by Donald Henderson Clarke.
*
A special meeting of the re-
cently organized Ladies Aux-
iliary of the Chesed Shel
Emes Talmud Torah will be
held at the home'f Mrs. Max
Kupferstein, 1371 N. W. 3rd
street, next Tuesday evening,
November 4th, at 8:00 p. m.
All members and their friends
are urged to attend.
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nation for her services in the
Choir.
*
The Temple Israel Sister-
hood will hold its regular
meeting at Kaplan hall, next
Monday, beginning with a
Board meeting at 11:30 a. m.
followed by a meeting to
which all parents are invited
to help organize a Sunday
School P.-T. A. A covered
dish luncheon will be served
at 1:00 p. m. to all members
and visitors present and all
are urged to attend. This will
be followed by the meeting at
2:30. At the luncheon the new
members will be the guests of
the old members. The Host-
esses for the luncheon are
Mesdames Day J. Apte, and
Herbert E. Kleinman. At the
roll call of members each
member is requested to reply
with a quotation from Isaiah.
On Wednesday morning at 11
a. m. Rabbi Kaplan will con-
duct the Adult Bible Class of
the Sisterhood.
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1D.4- Ii novi i giQdar-hnnri vatT.


committee, cut and made up
several dozen aprons for ship-
inent to Palestine to be used
in the Hadassah work there.
Mrs. Seligman was hostess
and served lunch to all pre-
sent. A very splendid day was
spent and enjoyed by all.
*
Mrs. Edward Cohen of New
York City arrived this week
to spend the winter season
with her brother and sister
in law, Mr. and Mrs. Isidor
Cohen.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Sydney L.
Weintraub and son returned
to Miami after sometime
spent in the North visiting
Mr. Weintraub's parents in
Philadelphia.

At a meeting at the home
of Mrs. Chas. Tannenbaum at
Shenandoah held last Sunday
night the former Ladies Aux-
iliary of the Talmud Torah
was reorganized and will be
known as the Ladies Auxil-
iary of the Chesed Shel Emes
Talmud Torah. It will help
the recently organized Ortho-
dox Congregation and will
particularly aid in the devel-
opment of the new Talmud
Torah which the congrega-
tion will maintain at its new
home on Southwest Third
street near Fifteenth avenue.
More than seventy members
were enrolled and took part
in the election of officers.
Mrs. Ida Buckstein was cho-


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the allowe'en party of tne sen President, Mrs. Louis tor Le uest costume were ... of...
Junior Council of Jewish Wo- Vangilder, 1st Vice President; won by Dave Roth and Mrs. Sati
men is in progress at Kaplan Mrs. M: Levitt, Treasurer; Herbert Seppler. Judges were Satisfaction
hall, where more than 100 Mrs. Sam Tannenbaum, Fin- Rabbi J. H. Kaplan, M. H. Phone 3-3687
guests are present, the major- ancial Secretary and Mrs. Rosenhouse, Ellard ;Kahn, 21 North West Ninth Street
ity in costume. Professional Sadye G. Rose, Recording Samuel Kanter, and B. S.
entertainment, games and Secretary. On the Board of First. The door prize was won
varied contests are on the Directors are: Mesdames: by Mrs. Saul Cohen, and Mil-
program, as are refresh- Max Halpern Nathan Adel- ton Trager. Miss Rose Mary
ments. In charge are the man, Meyer Friedman, J. L. Gerson who is leaving for theI
Misses Sally Kurman, Jean Shochet, H. Gottesman, Wm. North this week was present-
Balber, Sara Kohn, and Miss Mecklowitz, M. Rappaport, ed with a beautiful fitted < OOOOO OOOOO
Hannah Mack. Chas. Tannenbaum, M. Prit- traveling case by Rabbi Kap- L. (Pop) GERSON
zker. lan on behalf of the Congre- Buyer of All Kilds of Scrap Metal
The first card party of the Arrangemlents were made We Sell Auto Parts
Ladies Auxiliary of the Ches- for the first card party which xi 2141 N. W. SECOND AVE.
ed Shel Emes Talmud Torah was held at the home of Mrs. The Ladies Auxiliary Phone 20621
was held at the home of Mrs. Nathan Adelman as reported of the
Nathan Adelman, 1421 N. W. elsewhere in these columns. Chesed Shel Emes BAGS and METALS .
First street, and was attend- Talmud Torah
ed by a gathering that pack- Local society will be seen Extend its felicitations and EAST COAST BAG & METAL CO.
ed the home to capacity. More in large numbers at the open- best wishes to (Inc.) L
than forty tables of bridge ing of the U. & R. Kosher MRS. SADYE G. ROSE MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS
were played and prizes were Restaurant, on N. E. 2nd ave., on the happy occasion of her 435-445 N. W. 8th Street
awarded to the highest scores next Sunday according to the BIRTHDAY Phone 4485
at each table. The raffle of a reservations now being receiv- MRS. IDA BUCKSTEIN,
beautiful door stop was won ed by Mrs. R. Goldstein and President. PEPPER METAL CORP.
Ly Mrs. Harry Seitlin of Co- Mr. H. Rosalsky, its proprie- Scrap Metal and Machinery
conut Grove. Hostesses were tors. The restaurant which N. W. Cor. 5th Ave. and 14th St.
Mrs. Nathan Adelman, Mrs. has become famous through- ,,,,,,,,,,,,.n...u -i.....mu..m....i.....u Phone 22546
Wm. Mecklowitz and Mrs. Hy- out the Country because of
man Gottesman. During the the large number of tourists If You Place Your BUILDING SUPPLIES
evening refreshments were who visit it during the winterI Insurance
served and at the close sand- season has just been renov- Through me, you all-ways B J. SIMPSON
wiches and coffee were en- ated and will be the scene of feel safe, for you know you Material
joyed by all. 'This is the first a number of banquets during have the best. Rooting Paper, Asphalt
of a series of card parties the season, the first of which You also feel free to ask 423 N. W. N. River Drive
which will be held every oth- will be held Sunday, Novem- for information or assistance Phone 751
er Tuesday evening. The ber 9th, by the Chesed Shel with your policies.
Place for the next card party Emes Congregation. For the Investments DELICATESSEN
and the hostesses will be an- opening day special arrange- nsurace investment .
nounced in the next issue of rents and a very elaborate The one safe investment. ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN
the Jewish Floridian. menu has been prepared for Ask for information. 170 N. W. 5th St
the satisfaction of the guests. ..A SY We pply Your Every want
The local chapter of the W.A. ASHLEY ___ plereyW
Senior Iyadassah met for the Mrs. Charles enatenSo.Oliver Ave., FISH & SEA FOODS
first sewing party at the presented "That Man Heinie" Palm Beach, Fla.
home of Mrs. I. L. Seligman, by Louis Browne for commen- Representing only the best STANDARD FISH CO.
last Monday and under the tary remarks at the meeting old line Companies. 629 W. Flagler St.
leadership of Mrs. Samuel of the Fortnightly Book Re- Phone 2.386
_atz, Chairman-ot the sewing view club last week at the I

JE ALL SUBSCRIBE TO THE JEWISH DIAN!


WEST PALM BEACH
ACTIVITIES

Miss Ethel Wax entertain-
ed with a bridge party in
honor of Miss Mae Grunner
whose engagement to Rabbi
S. Wrubel was recently an-
nounced. High score, a hand
carved letter opener was
awarded to Mrs. Jack Barash,
and Miss Esther Blowstein
was consoled with a porcelain
dog book end.
A dainty necklace was pre-
sented to the guest of honor.
Others plAying were, Miss
Muriel Rosenwald, Miss Rose
Goodmark, Miss Ethel Nelson
of New York, Mrs. O. P.
Gruner, Mrs. T. Myers, Mrs.
I. Michealson, Mrs. Lewin,
Miss N. Oppenhiem, Mrs. B.
Wax, Miss Mae Gruner.
Jones: "Describe your sis-
ter's new baby."
Brown: "Small features,
red-faced, clean-shaven and a
hard drinker."


City Wood Yard, Inc.
Fireplace Stove and
Kindling Wood
1216 N. w. EIGHTH COURT
Phone 2-3252


AMBULANCE SERVICE
W. H. Combs Co., Estab. 1896
COMBS FUNERAL HOME
Phone Miami 82101
1u53 N E. 2nd Avenu
MIAMI BREACH FUNERAL HOME
Phone M. B. 5-2101
1286 Washinten Ave.


King
Undertaking Co.
29 N. W. THIRD AVENUE
Phots 23535-31624



DIRECTORY

PHARMACISTS
BRYAN PARK PHARMACY
Chas. Tannenbaum, 4
Pharmacist
(reg. pharmacist for 17 years)
Cor 22nd Ave. and 8th St. S. W.
CRYSTAL PHARMACY
Dr. A. D. Halpern, Ph. G. Ph. D.
Prescriptions Our Specialty
128 N. Miami Ave. Phone 29713

PIPE and STEEL

ADELMAN PIPE & STEEL CO.
58 N. E. 25th St.
Aat F. E. C. R. R. Phone 21426
A. & B. PIPE AND METAL CO.
Phone 81855
53 North Baat 25th Street

PRINTERS
MIAMI PRINTING CO.
"Printing That Pays"
Phone 28261
107 South Miami Avenue
AUTO PARTS


BLOOM AUTO REPAIR
& PARTS CO.
N. W. 17th Ave. at 23rd St.
Phone 23681
The Largest ear wreakers a
Plerida


DO YOU?


At the Hard Times Party As reported previously i
sponsored by the Temple Is- As repo previously in
rael Sisterhood last Wednes- these columns the Senior
Council of Jewish Women will
day night at Kaplan hall, the be the hosts at a supper next
large gathering enjoyed the the hosts at a pp next
entertainment provided thru mud Torah hall of Beth Da-
the courtesy of the Alcazar ud iTora hall of Ba co te e
hotel, among whom werevid in chargeof a committee
Chester Alexander, Al Park-headed by Mrs. P. Schein-
er who were accompanied by berg. Admission will be $1.00
Jimmy Tierny on the piano. for adults and fifty cents for
Dave Roth presented the children. Reservations are
Floradora Sextette consisting requested though not necess-
of Mesdames Gordon Davis, ary for admission.
Dave Roth, M. Rippa, Harry
Williams, Si Mendelson and
Helen Farkas. Others who en-
tertained were Miss Rose- Fi t Or


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man at the piano, and Miss
Irene Farr who played her
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN


Lawyer Concludes
Active Campaign

Otto C. Stegemann in con-
cluding the last week of his
campaign had spoken to the
voters of Dade County, indi-
vidually, at meetings and ov-
er the Radio and everywhere
has met with a splendid re-
sponse on his plea of a two
party government for Florida.
Pointing to the needs of leg-
islative enactments to prevent
Banking failures, and to cure
the many evils apparent in
the Florida administration of
today, Mr. Stegemann has
vigorously assailed the lack
or legislation in the interests
of the general votor and tax-
payer. His friends point to
the fact that though young
in years he has an unexcelled
record both in his scholastic
.and legal attainments and
urge his qualifications as
those necessary for the vig-
orous and needed representa-
tion of this County at Talla-
hassee.


ARE Y(

LOYAL

YOUR

COUNT]

To be loyal
try, native o0
conscientious
carefully consi
timable privilege
franchise.
SFlorida's an
Dade County's
just begun to
necessity for
dent and consci
sentation in Ta
A two part]
is the only so
abuses which
today. Elect C
mann to the Le
you will have
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STEGEMANI

CANDIDATE
... for...

Legislature


Rabbi Arrives to
Assume Position
(Continued from Page 1)
during the 1929 August 'riots,
in a hand to hand battle he
was seriously wounded, hav-
ing both arms broken and for
a long time he was an inmate
of the Hadassah Hospital.
Subsequently he became in-
terested in orange groves un-
til his return to the United
States about six weeks ago.
He received the call from the
ne w congregation several
weeks ago and decided to ac-
cept while a delegate to the
Mizrachi convention the past
week in Baltimore. He was
met at the station by a com-
mittee representing the Con-
gregation and the Ladies Aux-
iliary and will be the guest
of Mr. Nathan Adelman and
Mr. Max Kupferstein for the
next few days. He will as-
sume his duties as head of
the Congregation and Talmud
Torah within the next few
days when registration of the
children will begin.


CAMPAIGN BRIEFS


conditions and his willingness
and ability to serve. Cam-
paigning dn a platform of
Legislative enactments t o
the Workmens Compensation
laws, the inheritance Tax, and
other important measures,
Mr. Davis has recieved con-
siderable support and endorse-
ment

It isn't often that profess-
ional or business men are will-
ing to campaign for office.
However, Bert L. Acker, the
genial proprietor of the Ack-
er Drug Company in the Ta-
miami Hotel building, is one
of the exceptions. Republican
candidate for Justice of the
Peace in the Third District,
Mr. Acker, one of the Hoover
presidential electors in 1928,
has been actively campaign-
ing throughout his district.
His many friends point to the
fact that he has been an ac-
tive factor in Republican af-
fairs since his arrival in Flor-
ida in 1911 and that his
knowledge of practical every
day affairs will be an inval-
uable help m the efficient and
impartial administration of
Justice in the Third District.


Owen W. Pittmai
Among those representing son of Miami's pop1
the R blimaster, though a y
the Republican party as cand- master,t withough a y
idates is Roger Edward Davis, l has m wi c
a native or Maryland and for popular acclaim by
a long time a resident of
Washington, D. C., and for Well- Wo
the past five years a resident
and practicing attorney in SHOE SH
M i am i. Representing the J
United States Employees Corner of
Compensation Commission in 5th St. & 2nd Ave
this district, and a member
of The Junior Chamber of
Commerce, the Acacia Club, SHOE REPAIR]
the James Carnell Lodge, the R
Eastern Star, and a Trustee By The Most Mo
of the Stanton Memorial Bap- Method. Makes It
tist Church, Mr. Davis has Worth Your Co
shown his knowledge of local


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oung man
nsiderable
his appar-

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Well-
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THE


G. & R. Restaurant
403 N. E. Second Avenue
FAMOUS FOR ITS
STRICTLY KOSHER COOKING and
UNEXCELLED CUISINE
Will Again Re-Open For The Season
Beginning at 12 Noon,
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 9th, 1930

A Special Meal Will Be Served All Day And Evening
On The First Day Without Extra Charge.
Phone 2-9720


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VOTE


Overthrow
One Party Rule of
Political Tyranny
Of-By-and For
the Office Holder


FOR


Establish
Two Party Rule of
Government
Of-By-and For
the People


ROGER EDWARD DAVIS
REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE


STATE


LEGISLATURE


Friday, October 31, 1980


Ferguson
Undertaking
CO.
1201 South Olive Ave.
Phone 5272
West Palm Beach, Fla.
LADY ATTENDANT


ent knowledge and grasp of
conditions affecting Dade
County. As Commissioner
candidate he has campaigned
throughout the County and
has discussed the varied
phases of the County's activ-
ities in a manner that has sur-
prised even tne most critical.
He has made a very active
campaign for the Republican
party and if elected, his
friends urge, he will bring to
the service of the County one
of the most expert grasp of
local needs that will be of
incalculable service to the
citizens and taxpayers of the
County. __


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

IVES

CERTIFIED

DAIRY
OJUS, FLA.
Florida's First Certified
Dairy
Miami 'Phone 2-8831
&

VOTE FOR


Owen W.Pittman,Jr.
FOR

COUNTY COMMISSIONER
THIRD DISTRICT
THANKS. |
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN-A MEDIUM OF AND FOR MIAMI JEWRY!


Bert L. Acker

REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE


.. for .


Justice of Peace-


THIRD DISTRICT
9 Tuesday, November 4th
Is A Vote For An Efficient Administration Of An
Important Office.


USED TIRES

All Makes. All Sizes, $100 Up
Taken in on Trade for the General Tire

COLUMBIA TIRE CO.
(Owned and Operated by Local Folks)
F. W. BEI. L. LL
Boulevard Station Between Eighth und Nlnt i
N. W. Station at Third Street mnd Ninth Am., N. W
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