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:
November 28, 1930
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami


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

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University of Florida
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SMiami, Florda, Friday, November 28, 1930


The war against defacing th
scenery and endangering the live
of highway travellers by advertis
ing billboards is gaining new re
fruits daily. The latest is the Fo
Film Company, which has announ
ced its abandonment of billboard
advertising in favor of newspapers
Newspapers are better advertising
media, the Fox people say, and o
that there is no possible question
If there were no other argument
against billboards, that should b
Safety on the highways depend
upon every driver keeping his eye:
on the road. There should be nc
sign boards by the roadside, ex
cept those which call attention tc
the wares of the roadside retailer
on the spot, direction markers an
signs established by the highwaJ
authorities to indicate the condi-
tion of the road ahead.

Two-thirds of what passes foi
"sport" i the United States is pure
commercialism. Some of the inside
of the "boxing game" was reveal-
ed the other day when a fight pro-
moter sued Gene Tunney for 'half
a million dollars, claimed as com-
ission for arranging champion-
ship bouts. The court decided
against the claim, but in the course
of the testimony the whole busi-
ness of prize-fight promotion was
exposed as the money-making
scheme which it is.
There isn't any reason why peo-
ple who like boxing and wrestling
matches, professional baseball or
college football or ay of the other
so-called "sports" which are pro-
moted for the big gate-money,
should not go to see them. It is
a degradation of the word "sport,"
however, to call such things sport-
ing events. They are in the same
class of entertainment as the cir-
cus and the movies.
Although related to one of the
richest families in the world, T.
Coleman Du Pont started in life
with nothing but his bare hands
and a keen mind. He worked as a
coal miner, with pick and shovel,
in a coal mine which he later own-
ed. He loved to build, but cared
little for the thing he had built
after it was done. When the Vu
Pont powder industry was dying
of dry rot and his cousins, who
owned it, wanted to sell out, Cole-
man Du Pont offered to take hold
and see what he could do. He built
the business up into one of the
most important industrial corpor-
ations in the world, and then re-
tired to do something else.
A great American passed away
when Coleman du Pont died at the
age of 66.
The head of the Westfeld, N. J.,
schools, told a convention of school
nurses the other day that one of
the things which high school stu-
dents should be taught is how to
select their future husbands or
wives, and how to Judge the char-
acters of men and women.
That is extremely practical ad-
vice. The problem of mating wise-
i is the most difficult one which
We Young man or young woman
wes, and the one in which he or
she usually has had less help from
Parents than in any other of the i
problems of real life.
ThreUe-qa t lest of all
bought the divorce rate up Mo
thigh tin c unetryo M trm
t fact that 7oUsI.iM SIm





Jew Is Elected
Suburban Mayoi

Louis Nathan, prominent
for a number of years in Mi
ami Jewish circles, formerly
one of the Directors of th(
Jewish Welfare Bureau,
member of Temple Israel an
a member of various frater
nal organizations of this Dis
trict was elected Mayor of Mi

Mayor of Miami Shores

ami Shores last week by an
overwhelming majority. Mr.
Nathan came to Miami with
his family several years ago
and promoted several subdi-
visions during the period of
local Real Estate activity. He
was acting mayor of Miami
Shores for a short period
prior to his election having
been chosen to succeed the
Mayor who resigned recently.

Beach Meeting
Is Well Attended

A large number of Miami
Beach citizens attended a
meeting held at Val C.
Cleary's campaign headquar-
ters on Washington avenue,
last Tuesday night and listen-
ed attentively and enthusias-
tically to the talks on Miami
Beach problems made by such
men as Frank Clark, Jr.,
Harry I. Lipnitz, Judge Mor-
row, Judge Cleary and several
others. John Reid presided at
the meeting and impromptu
speeches were made by mem-
bers of the audience. Stress-
ing that fact that Miami
Beach needed men of experi-
ence, vision and determina-
tion to protect its interests,
speaker after speaker urged
the fact that Judge Cleary's
long residence on the Beach
antedating its incorporation,
(Continued on Page 2)
no instruction at all as to the qual-
ties in the other sex which make I
for married happiness. In a corn- i
pletey civilized state, the proper
voting of young human beWga
will be garded as of equal im-
ortace with the proper mating
df lnvetock.

iPrice 5 Cepts
Price 5 Cepts


services Rabbi S. M. Machtei
will preach on "Gratitude."
The observance of Thanksgiv-
ing Day will be discussed
from the Jewish angle and its
relationship to everyday life.
Mr. Louis Hayman will chant
the ritual and lead in the con-
gregational singing. A social
hour will follow in the vestry
Saturday morning Rabbi
Machtei will preach in Yid-
dish on the portion of the
week. On Sunday morning the
Bar Mitzva Club will be the
guests of Mrs. S. Tobin and
the Sisterhood at Breakfast
immediately after the ser-
vices which begin at 8 a. m.
An invitation is extended to
residents and visitors to at-
;end all the services and reli-
gious activities of Beth
David. Library reading rcbmi
s open daily at the Talmud
Torah from 8 to 6:80 p. m.

311 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
Services are held daily at
8 a. m. Evening services at 5
p. m. Early Friday evening
services at 5 p. m. Saturday
morning services at 8 a. m.
Sunday school is conducted
regularly at 10 a. m. every
Sunday. Talmud Torah daily
beginning at 3:30 p. m. Tour-
ists as well as residents are
welcome at all times.
Mr. Max Feit of Miami
Beach was elected Executive
Secretary last Sunday and
will serve in that capacity as
well as take care of the duties
of the Sexton of the Congre-
gation. Mr. Feit is one of the
founders of Beth Jacob and
has served as Mashgiach for
the Congregation several
years ae.



Announcement Jacksonville Wel-
r -Ans comes New Rabbi
S CHESED SHEL EMES Rabbi Alexander S. Wiesel,
(Orthodox) has accepted the position as
y 1545 S. W. 3rd Street spiritual leader of the Jack-
e SAMUEL B. GRINSTEIN sonville Jewish Center, suc-
a Rabbi ceeding Dr. Harry Cohen,
d The early Friday evening rabbi during the last two
Services will begin at 5:30 and years, it was announced yes-
will be fo d by le s terday. Dr. Cohen resigned
will be followed by late ser- the Jewish Theological Sem-
vices at 8:15 p. m., at which inary of New York as profes-
the Rabbi will be assisted by sor of Talmud.
Cantor Nathan Wroobel. The For the past seven years
subject of the Rabbi's sermon Rabbi Wiesel has been a resi-
is "Our Views of Palestine." dent of the South, serving the
Congregational singing will Congregation Agudath Israel
be conducted by Cantor Wroo- of Montgomery, Ala., from
bel who will lead, and who 1923 to 1926 and from that
will also chant the service year until his removal here
solos. A social hour in the as rabbi of the Congregation
vestry rooms will follow. All Agudath Achim, Shreveport,
are invited to attend. Sunday Louisiana.
school begins promptly at 10 Members of the Jewish
a. m. with assembly at 11:30. community of this city feel
Registration for attendance proud of their good fortune
in the Sunday School and Tal- in obtaining the services of
mud Torah may still be made Rabbi Wiesel and are confi-
by applying to the office. Ar- dent that they will profit
rangements are now being through his leadership, it was
made for the presentation of declared. The rabbi and the
the Chanuka Play on Decem- officers of the Center, how-
ber 21stl ever, cannot make great prog-
ress without the moral and
TEMPLE ISRAEL of MIAMI financial support of the entire
(Reform) Jewish community, a state-
137 N. E. 19th Street meant by the Center added.
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN Rabbi Wiesel will maintain
Rabbi during his administration the
Services at Temple Israel, same standards in the daily
Reform Jewish Congregation, Hebrew school and religious
Friday evening, at eight fif- school connected with the
teen p. m. The subject of Dr. Jewish Center.
Kaplan's lecture will be "Who "The Jewish Center," Rab-
Lives Here." The visitors in bi Wiesel said, "is an organi-
the city artW most cordially nation which meets all the
welcome and all interested are Jewish needs of Jacksonville.'
invited to come and worship It provides cultural and
with us. social activities for the young
Religious School Sunday and old, for the ultra ortho-
morning at ten o'clock. This dox and the conservative.
Sunday morning there will be Such an institution deserves
an assembly of the entire both the moral and financial
school at ten o'clock when a support of the local commun-
specially prepared program ity, regardless of affiliation,
will be presented on the stage by yearly membership or an-
entitled "A Day In A Jewish nual contributions to its Tal-
Home." The various ceremon- mud Torah. We must provide
ies of the Jewish Home swill the future leaders."
be explained. All parents and I Among Center activities to
children are welcome. be launched in the near fu-
iture are senior and junior
CONG. BETH DAVID choirs, the reorganization of
(Conservative) the Young Judaea clubs, and
139 N. W. Third Avenue. the organization of a Young
S. M. MACHTEI People's League to -be affili-
Rabbi ated with the United Syna-
At the late Friday night gogue of America.

so organization in Miami able
o give relief to worthy tran-
ients was stressed and the
need of a Heorew Friendly
(Continued on Page 2)


Chesed Shel Emes
Adopts Resolution

At new elections for offi-
cers held at the Odd Fellows
hall last Thursday evening,
the following were elected
for the ensuing term for the
Chesed Shel Emes, (Hebrew
Free Burial Society.) Presi-
dent, Manuel Rippa; 1st Vice
President, Wolf Cohen; 2nd
Vice President, Nathan Adel-
man; Recording Secretary, E.
Gordon; Financial Secretary,
Max Kupferstein; Treasurer,
Louis Weinkle; On the Board
of Directors, S. Abenson, H.
M. Drewitch, Max Rappaport,
Sol Schwartz, S. J. Spector,
Chas. Goldstein, A. Pepper,
A. Dock and M. H. Nissen-
baum. A resolution calling up-
on all organizations of Great-
er Miami to refrain from the
furnishing of shrouds or ren-
dering the last rites to the de-
ceased, with the exception of
furnishing the burial plot,
was adopted. A committee
consisting of Messrs, S. J.
Spector, Max Hoffman and
Louis Vangilder was appoint-
ed to communicate the resolu-
tion to the different organiza-
tions of the city. An official
installation will be held short-

Hotel Manager Ex-
pects Good Season

Returning from an exten-
sive trip in the North during
which he visited New York,
Montreal, Washington, Phila-
delphia and Boston and con-
sulted various tourist agen-
cies, Mr. Arthur Childers,
managing director of the
Floridian hotel and the Rob-
ert Clay hotel reported that
a splendid tourist season is
indicated. Mr. Childers is a
native of Tryon, N. C., and
came to this district about 8
years ago to assume charge
of the Ponce De Leon Hotel.
Since then he has been man-
aging director of the Meyer-
Kiser Hotel interests in this
districts and has made him-
self popular with residents of
this district and tourists. He
has been of considerable aid
to various Jewish organiza-
tions from time to time plac-
ing the facilities of the vari-
ous hotels he has been con-
nected with at their disposal
for various benefit affairs.
Mr. Childers is now mak-
ing an active campaign for
City Councilman of Miami

Friendly Inn Is
To Function Soon

A very well attended meet-
ng marked the second gath-
ering of men interested in the
formation of a Hebrew
Friendly Inn in the Greater
'liami District. The fact that
it the present time because of
economicc conditions there is


however, allow preference in Beach Meeting
The the case of an orphan. And s Well Attend
those who think that respect IS Attend
JEWISH SENSE OF JUSTICE for womanhood is solely a --P
product of this generation, Continued from Page 1
0 may be surprised to know that the fact that he was ex
In Judaism, the unity of justice roll down like water judges of old gave preference sive property owner, and
God is the all pervading idea and righteousness like a in the judicial calendar to the who had made a very envi
of its theology. What, how- mighty stream," pleads Amos case of a woman before that record as Justice of the
ever, is the dominant note of in beautiful metaphor. Isiah of a man. entitled him to their votes
its ethics? I do not believe and the other Prophets re- Never has the rigorous up- the day of election. The
that one can long live the peatedly sound the same note. rightness of the judiciary of Judge Cleary on the De
that one can long live the When King Jehoshaphat been better exemplified than itor's committee for the
Jewish life without feeling in appoints new judges for Ju- in the ideal outlined by Mai- ami Beach Bank and T
every fibre of one's being that dah, he charges them thus: monides: Co. was stressed by Mr. I
what the prophet, priest and "Take heed what ye do, for "A judge," he wrote, "must ry I. Lipnitz who acted
rabbi were primarily concern- ye judge not for man but for conduct himself as though a general counsel for the c
ed with was justice. Indeed, the Lord Who is with you in sword were lying over his mittee. Mr. Cleary apology
the very conception of the judgement; wherefore now throat, and Gehinnom open for having to leave the m
Divinity in Judaism, in a let the fear of God be upon at his feet; he must know ing early as he was to i
great measure, serves to re- you; take heed and do it, for whom he is judging, before guest at the Banquet of
enforce this concept of jus- there is no iniquity with the Whom he is judging, and Committee of One Hundre
twice. For the God of Israel Lord, our God, nor respect for Who will demand an account Miami Beach. The next m
above all is a just God. Rome persons, nor taking of from him as to the justice of ing of the organization wil
and Greece conceived their bribes." the judgement. held next Tuesday evening
gods as susceptible to all The first sentence reveals Such was the ancient Jew-
forms of appeal, exulting the sublime conception Israel ish conception of jurispru- Rich Widow So m
sometimes in sheer power, entertained of the Judge. God dence. Some day we moderns men want me only for
sometimes in beauty and even himself, as the sentence de- may catch up with it. money, I fear.
in lust. But Israel visualizes clares, is to be considered a ++++++++++++ Poor Suitor Darling
essentially a God who loathes participant in the judicial little do I care for money
iniquity and more than any- processes. Often do we meet Campaign Briefs I can honestly say I've n(
thing else demands justice. the phrase "inquiring of God, C p a earned a cent in my life.
Zedek, zedek, tirdof. "Jus- used as a synonym for judg- I*mgrtefu bec ****u
twice, only justice, shalt thou ing. I am grateful because t
pursue." That is the refrain What were the qualifica- ong an s for are so many highly pra
that beats ceaselessly thru tions of a judge? We get the City Councilman of Miami beeks that I haven't read,
the Torah and the Brophets. first description of the men Beach is Lyman W. Rogers can turn to when I am so
And it seems to me that in fitted to be chosen for this a practicing attorney of this cined.
this, our ancient faith exalted function from Jethro, County who has been a resi-
preaches the message most when he advises Moses to se- dent of Miami Beach for the
urgent to our own days. lect "able men, such as fear past six years. Mr. Rogers H A
Look about you here in our God, men of truth, haters of served with the American H A R
own land. We have attained covetousness." Expeditionary Force in Italy.
the forms of democracy in a The rabbis later elaborated with distinction and was CA
greater measure than history on qualifications. They de- awarded the Italian War RE E
has yet revealed it. We have cleared that the requisite Cross by the Italian Govern-
attained, too, not a little of traits of a judge were wis- ment. He is a member of a Cit C
its spirit. But read your news- dom, humility, fear of God, number of local organization
papers. I think it will be gen- hatred of money, love of among them the Harvey
erally agreed that the most truth, amiability and a good Seeds Post of the American MIA
challenging evil has been the reputation. Legion, The American Bar (Pai
judicial scandals in the City Our sages carried the law Association, Dade County
of New York We may pro- of the Torah against corrup- Bar Association, and the Phi
gress to Utopian democracy tion to the point where they Delta Phi Legal fraternity. Jalllllllllllll llllllll
in our institutional life, but it interpreted "bribe" to mean In campaigning for office he
will avail us naught it jus- not a monetary reward alone, stresses independent thought
twice is flaunted. For, judicial but anything that iight dis- and the necessity for clear
corruption can cause the turb the impartiality of jus- understanding of Miami
most perfect political system tice. A favor, words of flat- Beach's problems to insure its VO
ever devised to rot. And in tery-these were classified as future prosperity.
sensing the paramount signi- "bribes." One of the rabbis,
ficance of justice, Judaism the Talmud tells us, refused Waging a very active cam- =
has, I believe, revealed its so- to act as judge in a case paign for Mayor of Miami
cial genius. where one of the litigants had Beach is Frank Katzentine
The Megillath Ruth begins removed a feather lodged in who served as Municipal
with this significant sentence, his (the rabbi's) head by the Judge of Miami Beach until
Vayehi biyeme shefot hasho- wind. he resigned to enter the May- I
fetim vayehi raav baaretz. There is a case cited of Mar oralty Campaign. A native of =
"And it was in the days that Samuel, who was helped over Alabama, and graduate of
the judges judged, that there a crossing by a stranger. As Vanderbilt University. Mr. l
was a hunger in the land." he reached the other side, the Katzentine who is a practic- =
The tautology of the phrase stranger said to the Rabbi: ing attorney of Dade County Kt
-"the judges judged" piqued "I am glad that you are here, came to Miami about six 5
the commentators. Why was for I have a case that I want years ago and has taken an E
it not sufficient to say "in the you to decide." active part in municipal af- =
days of the judges"? The Mar Samuel replied: "I can- fairs since then. He is a mem- .
sages tell us that the real not act in this case, for you ber of Sigma Nu legal frat-
meaning is that in the days see, you have done me a fav- ernity, the Dade County Bar
when the judges were judged, or." Association, the Lions Club E
there was a famine in the Our sages went so far as to of Miami Beach and for two M
land. In other words, hunger say that one must not take a years served as President of
followed judicial corruption, bribe even to convict the the Alabama State Societ E
Some may aver that this is guilty or to free the innocent. He made a splendid record
but rabbinical subtlety. I As stringent as was their de- while in office as Municipal
think, on the contrary, that mand for impartiality, so de- Judge of Miami Beach and is
it displays the profound in- mocratic was their attitude. being supported by such men
sight of the rabbis, and de- A case involving a "perutah," as Mayor Snedigar of Miami M AM
monstrates that they realized the smallest Palestinian coin, Beach.

the indispensability of jus- they held, must be adjudicat-
tice. For when the judges are ed with a gravity equal to
corrupt, we may expect just that of a case involving the f am ily 1
that very thing-famine. We largest sum of money.
may expect the country to Judges, they added, must f finish
deteriorate in every way- take cases in the order in
no matter how efficient its which they come. They did, A completely finish- I Will Spare Neil
method of production or its ed service at rea-
system of government may sonable rates. Conscientiously p
be. For, justice is lifeblood; ng phone 3-21 the Office
and when that is polluted, Undertaking Co. NA T N A
life is stunted. NA T I O0NAL
See how this same plea of 29 N. W. THIRD AVENUE LAUNDRIES, I N C. (Pa
justice runs through our en- Pho-s 2353E-31 Miami llll
tire sacred literature. "Let 23535J3
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Friday, November 28, 19i

Friendly Inn Is
led To Function Soot

L) Continued from Page 1)
ten- Inn was definitely establish
one ed. Among those taking at
able active part were Rabbi Sam
peace uel B. Grinstein of Te Orthe
work dox Congiegation and Rabb
pos- S. M. Maihtei of Beth v-.:
Mi- A Finance Committee which
rust will conduct a campaign to
Har- raise funds and arouse inter,
I as est in the project will be nam
'ized ed within a few days by th
ieet- president Mr. M. Scheinbau
be a who has already chosen Mr
the M. Rosen as the Chairman o0
d of the Committee.
Leet- Acting as Temporary secret
II be tary was Mr. Louis Heiman
g. prominent member of the
local Bar. The next meeting
lany of the organization will be
my held at Congregation Beth
Abraham, 535 N. W. 5th ave.,
Sso next Wednesday evening, De.
that cember 3rd, at 8 o'clock.
but "Everything for the Home in Food"
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Friday, November 28, 1930

A Weekly Newspaper
by the
AM06 tb
P. 0. Box 2973s
Miami, Florida Phone 2-1183
414 Eighth Street t
Mrs. M. Shrebnick, Representative
Entered as second class matter, b
July 4th, 1930, at the Post Office f
at Miami, Florida, under the act
of March 3, 1879.





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nave you heard of the
Who went crazy trying to
each a silk worm how to
nend runs in his wife's stock-
Who makes hooked rugs
*ut of his discarded golf
Who sued the livery stable
because the carryall he hired
rom them wouldn't?
Mistress-But why did you
eave your last place?
Cook-'Cos Mr. Groucher
sed to have such awful rows
rith his wife.
Mistress-What did they
uarrel about?
Cook-The way the meals

was cooked.
Client (just acquitted on
burglary charge) Well,
good-bye, I'll drop in on you
some time.
Lawyer All right, but
make it in the daytime, please
Mrs. Campbell Dear, I
saw the sweetest little hat in
a shop today.
Mr. Campbell Put it on
and let me see how you look
in it.

He-May I kiss you?
She-But what would
their say ?
He-She says "Yes."
just kissed her.


Six Months ...................... $1.0
One Year ...................... $2.(

A Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving! What shall
we be thankful for? Let us be
thankful for the privilege of
living on a soul saturated with
the blood of those who lived
and died for freedom of life,
thought and belief. Who, un-
dismayed by the apparently
insurmountable vicissitudes,
because of their supreme and
implicit faith in God blazed
the path for posterity. Let us
be thankful that we have
been granted the privilege of
living in an age that is replete
with scientific wonders, with
epoch-making events and the
initiation of movements that
will leave their indelible im-
print upon the pages of time.
On this Thanksgiving Day let
us be thankful and hopeful
.. thankful for the initial
steps that have already been
taken toward the goal of a
better understanding between
nation and nation, religion
and religion; and hopeful that
ours may be the day in which
the goal of perfect harmony,
love and understanding and
the readiness to forgive the
next man's weaknesses may
be realized, and a sincere
heartfelt resolution to propa-
gate those ideals which per-
meated the lives and actions
of those who are responsible
for Thanksgiving Day, be
ours on this day.
Hodu ladoshem ki tov, ki
leolom chasdo. Give thanks
unto the Lord; for He is good,
for His loving kindness en-
dureth forever.
Doremifa How was it
that Snubbers bought back
his old car, paying $100 more
than he sold it for?
Solasido The auto sales-
people wrote. such a glowing
description in the newspapers
that Snubbers felt he could
not afford to miss the bar-

that a

may have observed
hotel keeper at a health
is seldom there for his

* *

The Girl Friend says that
it isn't the location and price
of theater seats that deter-
mine their real value--it's
how far they are from the
giggle- and whisper theater

A sixth birthday was cele-
brated up the street after
school Tuesday, ice cream and
cakes being served and a good
scream had by all.
A wise man shuts his eyes
when he looks at a woman's
Some wire-pullers are tele-
graph linemen and some are

A man
even if he

can always tell
when he sees
is color blind.
* *

A bald-headed man is al-
ways telling you how he had
a fever and lost his hair.
The toper may be said to be
in a happy condition when he
is wreathed in smiles.

It is difficult to persuade
yourself that a man is a liar
when he says nice things
about you.
Bess-A wife makes a man
forget a whole lot of troubles.
Bob-That a bachelor nev-
er has.
The City Kid-Look at that
cow licking her calf. What's
she doing it for?
The Rural Kid-I dunno.
That ain't the way my maw
licks me.
"Say, Snyder, you ought to
start to work. You can't im-
agine what a pleasure it is to
work at something that inter-
2sts one."
"That may be, but I ain't
a-goin' to throw my time
away on mere pleasure."

First Relatve The idea
of old Uncle Sneezer willing
all his money to have a mau-
soleum over his remains. It's
just willful waste.
Second Relative Huh! I
call it a wasteful will.

Kind Old Lady Do any
of your friends ever come
here to see you?
Prisoner 4 7 4 7 47 No,
ma'am, they're all here wit'
"So you've put Fred off till
"Yes, I told him I wouldn't
give him a definite answer
till then."
"Why not till then?"
"I want to wait and see
how he looks after the foot-
ball season is over."
Mrs. Bilgewater Where
have you been until this
Mr. Bilgewater Working
at the office, my dear.
Mrs. Bilgewater Then
you must be made of asbestos
The building where your of-
fice is, burned down at 10

Misery loves company, but
the company seldom recipro-

Many a man looks
ward only when he is
about the weather.


Three interesting and very different experiences oc-
cured one Saturday last fall.
In the morning we sat in the chapel of an historic aca-
demy in New England and, while the preacher prayed, we
peeked a little. Our eyes wandered over the bowed heads
of the boys; our imaginations were busy with thoughts of
what might be in store for them.
Riding back to New York on the train we read an im-
pressive speech by the President of the United States.
When the train stopped at Hartford we looked out of
the window to see a crowd filling the air with rice and con-
fetti, and presently an embarrassed but happy young couple
hurried though the car and into a drawing room.
Of these events-the prayer in the academy chapel, the
speech of Mr, Hoover, the marriage of an unknown and
apparently common-place young couple-which was the most
important? Which will leave the most lasting impression
on history?
No one can possibly tell.
If every child and every happening were labelled "This
is important" or "This is unimportant" the business of living
would soon lose its zest. The eternal uncertainty of it keeps
it exciting.
For example, a King of England, coming down from
Scotland, stopped for refreshment at a little town called
Scrooby. The young man who waited on the table was so
obscure that the king probably never noticed him. But who
is more important in the light of history, the weak King
James I of England or the strong young man William
Brewster who sailed on the Mayflower and became the first
governor of Massachusetts?
In 1704 occurred the Battle of Blenheim. Most of us
remember nothing about it except the last lines of Robert
Southey's poem:
"And what was the use of it all?" asked little Tweed-
"I don't know," the man said, "but 'twas a famous vic-
Just one year before, not far from the battle-field, was
born a red faced baby. His name was John Wesley.
Battles, kingdoms, fortunes-they are all part of the
great human drama. But the thrill lies in the fact that a
word dropped into the fertile mind of a boy, or a young dou-
ple starting a new home or a helpless infant uttering its
And any one of us, quite unwittingly, may be a part of
first cry-these also may have undying significance.
a famous victory.



He came into my office last week, eyed me suspiciously,
I thought; acted as if he'd fly out if the least thing happen-
ed that was unusual to hom. He gave his age as 52, had been
behind a counter all his life; hadn't had the time to get mar-
ried, or to attempt anything not directly beneficial to him-
self. He had within the last month sold his business, and
felt bereaved by so doing. He was of foreign extraction,
weazened, tremulous, greedy-looking. Examination revealed
no organic disease whatever.
But there are human disorders graver even than organic
disease. Here was a man with a worn-out nervous system.
Every thought of rest and recreation had forsaken him long
ago. He had one obsession-that he might be compelled to go
to the poorhouse or starve to death before his time.
I all but lost my temper when he skittered all over the
room as I tried to take his blood-pressure-made more noise
than a frightened child-this man of over fifty. I told him
he ought to be turned over my knee and warmed with a bed
slat. He looked at the door, wistfully I thought, and I told
him he was perfectly welcome to decamp; go back to "bus-
iness" and wind up in the bug-house! This aroused his ire
a little, and he told me he hadn't been born yesterday; that
he knew what he was doing. I congratulated him for his first
natural expression in my presence, and told him he had prob-
ably been born, but he had never lived-he had just existed!
We finally agreed and shook hands-on a schedule of con-
duct for him.
There is a man, a perfectly good- man-headed straight
for the insane asylum, unless he reforms right now, and it
may be too late. Why is he in this condition? Just the mad
chase for a dollar! He has it-at the price of all health and
comfort. There are thousands of good men, doing the same
foolish thing. This letter is just a warning; learn to rest
while it is today.




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rent spare room to nice young
man with all improvements.
Tel. Had. 0839 or apply 609
Miss Slippingfast Why, I
am still only a girl. Iwas born
in 1902.
Mr. Hardfar Very inter-
esting. Number 1902; what
"What do you think of that
cigar I just gave you? Satis-
fying, eh ?"
"I should say. One of them
would satisfy a man for life."
If a man's sins don't find
him out his wife will.
The best antidote for sor-
row is steady employment.
You can't hurt some people
unless you hit them on the
When a woman has a sus-
picion she is always willing to
share it with others.
The financial frenzy of a
man is due to the fact that
his wife needs the money.
The more a woman's photo-
graph does not look like her
the more she tries to believe
that it does.

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Friday, November 28, 19

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Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Siegel
of Chicago, Ill., have arrived
to spend their fourteenth
winter. They are residing at
the London Arms Hotel, 727
Collins avenue, Miami Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Biscow and
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Cohen
of New York are winter ar-
rivals at the Delaware apart-
ments. This is their fourth
winter here.
Emunah Chapter O. E. S.
is sponsoring Memorial serv-
ices for District 29 Order
Eastern Star Sunday after-
noon, November 30, at 3 p. m.
at the Bscayne Masonic Tem-
ple, N. W. 15th avenue and
1st street. Rev. Don Hen-
shaw will give the benedic-
tion. Max Sheir, Clara Holden
and Anna Hand will take part
in the musical program of the
afternoon. The services will
,be open to the public as well
as members.
Marking the advent of the
winter season the Mayflower
hotel at Alton road and 17th
street, Miami Beach will re-
open on December 1. Owned
and operated by the Nator
Holding Corporation in which
the well known Sam Kantor is
a prominent figure, the Hotel
will endeavor to serve the
tourists and visitors to this
section in a beautifully reno-
vated and redecorated build-
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ing. Cyrus W. Gray will be in
charge of the Mayflower as
its manager. A restaurant
will be operated in connection
with the hotel and under a
management which has be-
come famous throughout the
North for its fine French
cuisine will endeavor to serve
the public under a reasonable
price program. The beautiful
patio of the hotel is one of
its distinctive features. It will
be the scene of a number of
gala social events during the


Mrs. I. Meyer and son,
George, of New York, are
guests for the winter at the
Roselle Hotel.
S. C. Wertheim is a winter
guest at the Roselle Hotel,
633 Euclid avenue, Miami
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schon-
feld of 1429 S. W. 11th ter-
race announced the hetrothal
of their daughter, Miss Jane
Schonfeld, to Michael Kanter,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Abram
Kanter of Passaic, N. J.
Miss Schonfeld attended
elementary and high school in
Miami and later was gradu-
ated from the University of
the Alabama. She is a mem-
ber of the Delta Phi Epsilon
sorority, and has been award-
ed the Tau Kappa key. Miss
Schonfeld is also a member
of the Miami Junior Woman's
club and assisted in founding
the local chapter of the Jun-


ior Council of Jewish Wow-
en of which she was the first
Mr. Kanter attended the
School of Commerce and Fi-
nance at the New York uni-
versity and is a member of
Phi Beta Delta fraternity, the
Preakness Hill Country club,
the American Legion, Equity
lodge F. and A. M.. Elks. and

Mr. and Mrs. Nat Zalka is also a Shriner of the Sala-
were hosts last Sunday eve- am temple. He is president of
ning at a supper bridge party the Service Garage, Inc., and
which honored their sister, secretary and treasurer of
Mrs. Michael Greenberg, who the Kanter Chevrolet, Inc.
celebrated her brithday anni- Miss Schonfeld is at pres-
versary. ent at 214 Riverside drive,
Those present were Mr. New York city and expects to
and Mrs. Dave Rosenberg,Mr. return to Miami soon. The
and Mrs. Altschull, Mr. and wedding will be a social event
Mrs. Louis Rosen, Mr. and of early spring.
Mrs. Irving Siegel, Mr. and *
Mrs. Nat Schwartz, Saul Before an improvised altar
Zalka, Jack Green, Mrs. Ben- of potted palms and flowers,
jamin Bell and Joseph Levin. Miss Minnie Blanck, daughter
Prizes were awarded to Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Blanck,
Altschull, Mrs. Rosen and became the bride of Samuel
Mrs. Bell. Goldenblank at 5 p. m. last
Sunday at the home of the
Mrs. F. Nusbaum and bride's parents with Rabbi
daughter of Rochester, N. Y., Machtei officiating. Only a
are spending the winter at few intimate friends and rela-
the Commerce apartments. tives witnessed the ceremony.

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S. L. Baar was named tem-
porary president by a group
of Jewish men who met at the
Tri club last Friday and
formed the Young Men's Club
of Temple Israel. The three-
fold purposes of the club are
to promote service between
the members and Temple Is-
rael, the city and themselves,
it was said. Another meeting
Is scheduled for tonight and
a dinner-dance for Decem-
I- A..

oer 4.
Gay balloons in bright col-
3 s decorated the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Isidor Cohen who
entertained Saturday after-
noon in honor of their grand-
son, Albert Laurence Wein-
traub, who celebrated his
first birthday anniversary.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sydney Weintraub. Mrs.
Weintraub will be remember-
ed as Miss Claire Cohen.
Tables were placed on the
lawn where a refreshments
course was served. Birds were
given as favors.
Those present were Bar-
bara Ashe, Dale Pullen, Carol
Jane Wolpert, Judith Wolpert
Richard Boyen, Marvin Cas-
sel, Shirley Hauser, Sheila,
David and Leonard Lewis,
Joyce Perlman, Mimsie Sild-
en, Irvin Frank Mitchel, Phyl-
lis Rosenthal, William Noble,
Robert Beskind, Joel Cooper-
berg, Donald and James Cole,
Baby Rosenstock, Donald and
Benjamin Axelroad, Betsy K.
Wood, William and Eugene
Frezell, Frederick Freedman,
David Lutsky.
Florence Cromer, Thomas
and Robert Guyton, Joy and
Elaine Simonhoff,, Henry
Thompson Clise, Harold Wine-
burg, Baby Shann, Tevy
Wolfe, Eva Naomi Machtei,
Philip Winstein, Robert Lit-
tle, jr., William Rusbin, Rose-
mond and Charles Rubin, Bar-
bara Maum, Anne Emerson,
Harvey Rehman, Anne Cassel
Lois and Freeman Nervis,
Jean Bartley, Edwin and
Jack Barker, Lois Marks and

Nancy Strunk.
Mrs. Sidney Beskind and
Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff were
welcomed as new members of
the Ruth Bryan Owen Ora-
torical club at a meeting last
Friday afternoon with Mrs.
George Wolpert. Mrs. Wol-
pert will be chairman of the
next meeting at 2:30 p. m.
Friday with Mrs. Henry D.
Williams, 3523 Crystal court,
when Mrs. I. M. Weinstein

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She then came to Miami and
attended the University of
Miami when it first organ-
ized. She subsequently enter-
ed Hunter College in New
York where she received her
A. B. degree. She is a pupil
of Madame Duding head of
Hunter College Department
of Music and an authority on
Voice Culture. Miss Wroobel
has sung before Radio station
WEAF of New York city a
number of times, and has a
splendid mezzo soprano voice.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mech-
lowitz entertained a number
of friends at dinner last Sun-
day in honor of Rabbi Sam-
uel B. Grinstein head of the
Orthodox Congregation of
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The bride's gown was of will talk on "The Life and
flesh colored georgette, worn Philosophy of Nietzsche."
with a close-fitting moline Mrs. Jules Pearlman will give
turban shaped headdress. Her a discussion of George Bern-
bouquet was of tea roses. The a:d Shaw's "Man and Super-
bide was given in marriage man."
by her father.
Following the ceremony a Mrs. Hanna Sayetta of New
buffet supper was given by York is visiting her mother,
Mr. and Mrs. Blanck at their Mrs. Rose Weiss at the Royal
home for members of the im- apartments, 221 Collins ave-
mediate families. The young nue, Miami Beach.
couple left during the evening *
for a wedding trip through I. Pressman and grandson,
the state, after which they Swecllin of Cleveland, Ohio,
will make their home at 1235 have arrived to spend the
S. W. Sixth street. Mr. Gold- winter at the Herbert apart-
anblank is associated in bus- ments, 139 Meridian avenue,
:nes with the Broadway Shop. Miami Beach.
Mrs. Goldenblank is a na- *
tive of Florida and has resid- Miss Helen Wroobel of New
ad in Mami for several years. York city arrived last Sun-
She was graduated from Mi- day to make her home in Mi-
ami High school and later at- ami with her parents, Rev.
tended the Benjamin School and Mis. Nathan Wroobel of
for Girls in New York. She is this City. Miss Wroobel is a
an active member of the Jun- native of New York city re-
ior Hadassah and Junior ceiving her education there
Council of Jewish Women. where she graduated from
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of the Greater Miami district
are urged to attend the first
package party to be given by
the Ladies Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation at the vestry rooms
of the Synagogue 1545 S. W.
Third street on Sunday eve.
ning, November 30. No ad.
mission of any kind will be
charged. A very interesting
program of entertainment has
been arranged for those at-
tending. The committee is
composed of Mesdames Harry
Seitlin, J. L. Shochet, Cecll
Tannenbaum and G. Kotkin.
Members are requested to
bring a package with them.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Gordon
have moved to their new
home at 1021 N. W. 1st street.
The card party scheduled
by the Senior Chapter of Ha-
dassah for Nov. 30, at the Co-
lonial Towers will be held in-
stead at the Tri Club 229 N.
E. 1st street at 8 p. m. All
members, their friends and
tourists are invited to attend.
Mrs. Barney Weinkle is chair-
man of the committee and she
is being assisted by Mrs.
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Friday, November 28, 1930


(Continued on Page 6) kle; Cakes, Mesdames J.
Mendel Scheinberg and Mrs. Katz and B. Kandel; Flowers,
omfrris Small. Mrs. S. M. Machtei: Mip.oe

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C.
Myers are being congratu-
lated upon the birth of a son
last Sunday at the Jackson
Memorial Hospital. Mother
and baby are doing very nice-
ly. *
The Council of Jewish Wo-
men will be hosts at a bridge
luncheon at the Colonial Tow-
ers, December 9th at 1 p. m.
The affair will be in charge of
a committee headed by Mrs.
p. Scheinberg. Admission will
be $1.00 and prizes will be
awarded for the highest

Great interest is being
si6wh i in the benefit bridge
being sponsored by the La-
dies Auxiliary of the Jewish
Welfare Bureau at the Alca-
zar Hotel for Tuesday, De-
cember, 2, at 8 kn. for the
purpose of raising funds to
carry on the work of the or-
ganization. In charge of the
affair is Mrs. Max Dobrin,
Executive Secretary of the
Bureau and she is being as-
sisted by a committee com-
posed of Mesdames Wmi.
Friedman, M. Schwartz, P.
Scheinberg, S. Mendelson, M.
Bronner and Ben Watts.

The Sisterhood of Temple
Israel will meet at Kaplan
hall on Monday, December 1,
beginning with a P. T. A.,
meeting at 12 noon. This will
be followed by a covered dish
luncheon at 1 o'clock to which
all members are invited. The
'board of the sisterhood will
meet at 1:30 and will be fol-
lowed by a meeting of the en-
tire membership at 2:30 p.
m. The Bible class for Jew-
ish Women will meet Wednes-
day morning at 10 a. m. un-
der the leadership of Rabbi
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.

The Beth David Sisterhood
will sponsor a Congregational
dinner at the Talmud Torah
Auditorium on Sunday, De-
cember, 7, at 6:30 p. m. fea-
turing the installation of the
recently elected officers of
Beth David Congregation
who will be formally inducted
into office that night. Mrs. M.
Arnold is chairman of the
committee in charge of ar-
rangments and is being as-
sisted by a committee com-
posed of Mesdames J. Katz,
M. L. Yunes, B. Kandel, A.
Cohen, Louis Weinkle ind
John Wolf. In addition to the
formal speeches of the in-
stallation ceremonies a pro-
gram of entertainment has
been arranged.

A bazaar and ball is being
sponsored by Beth David Sis-
terhood for Wednesday, Jan-
uary 14,. and the place will
be announced shortly. In
charge as General Chairman
of the Bazaar is Mrs. Isidor
Cohen. The following chair-
man have been announced.
Tickets: Mrs. Morris Dub-
ler; Sewing, Mrs. S. J. Spec-
tor; Refreshments, Mrs.
Charles Markowitz; Novelty
htoI as- l_ mu wIMa lI

laneous, Mrs. A. Wallerstein;
Candy, Mrs. Abe Kurman.
At the third of the series
of card parties sponsored by
the Ladies Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation for the benefit of
its Talmud Torah Fund quite
a tidy sum was realized.
Prizes were given for the
highest score at each individ-
ual table. A beautiful table
cloth was raffled and won by
Mrs. Sam Marcus. A cake
was raffled and won by Mr.
Manuel Rippa. Hostesses for
the evening were Mesdames
Max Rappaport, Morris Rap-
paport and Max Jacobskind.
The next card party will be
held at the vestry rooms of
the Synagogue on Tuesday
evening, November 9th, and
the hostesses will be announc-
ed in these columns next
Junior Hadassah gave it's
members a gala time last


Myrtle Zeientz, Harriet Kahn,
Sylvia Miles, Heleir Kantor,
Bernice Watts, Rebecca Wein-
garten, Ellis Klein, Alvin
Richter, Jerry Goldman and
Isadore Neham.
Mrs. M. Krieger, formerly
of Pittsburgh, Pa., and now
of Miami Beach, and promi-
nent in Hadassah work thru-
out the country, entertained
at a luncheon and musical at
the Alcazar hotel, last Tues-
day afternoon in honor of
Mrs. Harry I. Lipnitz, a bride
of recent date and formerly
Miss Ethel Stern of Chicago.
Brief addresses of welcome
to Miami's Jewish Commun-
ity were made by Mrs. Jacob
H. Kaplan, the wife of the
Rabbi of Temple Israel, Mrs.
I. L. Rosendorf, president of
Temple Israel Sisterhood,
Mrs. Isidor Cohen, president
of the Senior Hadassah, Mrs.
Frieda Lutzky, president of
the Junior Hadassah, Mrs.
Max Dobrin, executive secre-
tary of the Jewish Welfare
bureau, Mrs. M. D. Kirsch
and others. Several vocal se-
lections were rendered by the
well known Miami vocalist,
Mrs. Sonya Snowe, who was
accompanied at the piano by
Mrs. Adler. A very pleasant
fin 1-7 1l

a ternoon was enjoyed by all.
Monday night at Kaplan hall, mong those present were
in celebration of its tenth the g t hose present were
birthday. Refreshments typi- the guest of honor Mrs. Har-
b irh da. Refreshens eypi- ry I. Lipnitz, the hostess Mrs.
cal of kiddie's likes were M. Krieger and Mesdames
served. Costumes for the John Meyer, M. Jay, B. Birn-
most part those of ten year krant, Sydney Weintraub,
olds were worn by the large Barney Weinkle, president of
crowd attending. A program Beth Jacob Sisterhood of Mi-
over which Miss Helen Yunis ami Beach, Jacob H. Kaplan,
presided was presented. Lena I. L. Rosendorf, Isidor Cohen,
Weinkle, Sarah Silverstein Frieda Lutzky, Max Dobrin,
and Bedie Goldenblank repre- M D. Kirsch, Sonya Snowe
sentative of kiddies just ar- and M. Adler.
rived from Palestine told the
story of Junior -Hadassah's The sisterhood of Beth Ja-
work in the Holy Land. Eve- cob Congregation of Miami
lyn Jameson and Sylvia Farr Beach will hold a regular
played a duet on the piano. meeting at which important
Miss Beverly Thaler render- business will be transacted at
ed several vocal selections. the Synagogue next Monday
Games were played and Mrs. afternoon at 2 p. m. o'clock.
Aaron Farr-won. The prize All members are urged to at-
for the best and most original tend and bring friend's with
costume was won by Miss them. A social hour will fol-
Beverly Thaler. The arrange- low the meeting.
ments were in charge of Jean- *
ette Hohoerger and Paula A large number of local
Thaler who received much members of Hadassah attend-
commendation from all pre- ed the all day sewing meet at
sent. Ithe home of Mrs. S. Katz,

The food sale conducted by
the Sisterhood of Temple Is-
rael at the Ritz hotel bldg.,
138 E. Flagler" street, last
Tuesday under the learder--
ship of Mrs. Mendal Cromer
was both a moral and finan-
cial success. More than a hun-
dred dollars was realized
which will be used for the
Organ Fund of the Temple.
Celebrating the birthday of
Myron Zeientz, a number of
friends gathered at the home
of Alfred Kahn, 979 S. W.
4th street. Games were play-
ed and at a late hour refresh-
ments were served. The din-
ing room was beautifully de-
corated for the evening.
Among those present were

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a delicious luncheon was ser-
The drawing of the raffle
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winner of the Radio Raffle,
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Sunday evening, November
O3tl, at 8 p. m. o'clock. Dr.
A. D. Halpern will make the
principal address of the even-

At the last meeting of the
Friendship League nomina-
tions for officers for the next
term were made. Miss Effie
Silverman gave several reci-
tations which greatly pleased
those present. Dancing fol-
lowed the business meeting.
The next meeting will be held
on Wednesday evening, Dec-
ember 3rd, at 8 p. m. when a
program of entertainment
and dancing will follow the
business meeting.
The Friendship League is
making every effort to have
its dance of December 9th, at
the Alcazar hotel, one of the
outstanding social events of
the season. Tickets may be
oItained from any member of
the League. A splendid pro-
gram for the entertainment
of the guests has been pre-
An effort to have the dance
sponsored for the benefit of
Beth Jacob Talmud Torah of
Miami Beach, one of the out-
standing events of the season
is being made by the com-
mittee in charge. The dance
which will be held on Carter's
Pier, December 17th, at 9:30
will contain a number of in-
teresting entertainments. A
committee consisting of
Messrs. B. Fleeman, J. B.
Berner and I. L. Mintzer are
in charge of the arrange-
Mrs. S. H. Abrams and
children, Herbert and Jerry,
are spending the winter at
the lona apartments, 619
Meridian avenue, Miami
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are among winter guests at
the La Veeda apartments.
Mrs. B. Hoffman and
daughter, Minnie, of Ottawa,
Iowa, are winter guests at
the Merriam apartments,
1866 N. Bayshore drive.

Mr. and Mrs. Abe Gold-
berg, Newark, N. J., are at
the Hibiscus apartments, 42
Collins avenue, Miami Beach
for the winter.
At the meeting of the Sen-
ior Council of Jewish Women
hed at Kaplan hall, last Wed-
nesday, Mrs. I. L. Seligman
gave the opening prayer. Mrs.
S. Katz, director of the needle
work guild, expressed the
thanks of her organization
for the help in reaching its
quota. The committee on
Community Cooperation re-
ported that a number of gar-
ments had been mended dur-
ing the month of November
for the Southeastern Branch
of the Childrens Society. The
committee had also aided the
Jewish Welfare Bureau in en-
tertaining the Mother's Club
of the Bureau during the past
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month. The sum of twenty-
five dollars was voted to-
w a r ds the Thanksgiving
Baskets provided by the Jew-
ish Welfare Bureau. Reports
were made that the Free Day
nursery had also been visited.
After the business meeting a
social hour in charge of Mrs.
Lewis Brown followed and re-
freshments were served.
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Lee Dawe, Mrs. Benj. Gold-
berg, Mrs. Sam Schutze,
Mrs. T. Smith, Mrs. Julia
Rosenwald, Mrs. J. Shevira,
Mrs. Benjamin Ryder, Mrs.
I. Michealson, Mrs. T. Myers,
Mrs. 0. P. Gruner, Miss Db-
rothy Gruner, Mrs. J. Hal-
pern, Mrs. Jack Barash, Mrs.
Martin Dubbin, Mrs. J. A.
Dorsher, Mrs. Morris Dubbin,
Miss Ethel Wax, Mrs. Ben
Wax, Mrs. Sam Berner, and
Mrs. H. Kahn of New York.
At the Friday night ser-
vices Rabbi S. Wrubel will
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At the first meeting of the pUdeK oran M a riage. "
Jewish Dramatic Club held at Uderstand M ge.
the home of Mr. Hyman Apte The Beth El Adult Bible
last Tuesday evening the or- Class will have its next meet-
ganization was formed by the d a t t the
election of the following offi- ing Monday night at the
cers. President, H. Rose me of Mrs. J. Sneider 727
Vice President, H. Rosalsky; unset Road
Treasurer and Dramatic Di- Congregation Beth El will
rector, Mr. Hyman Apte; Sec- hold a regular meeting Wed-
retary, Irving Greenbaum. hod a regar meeg ed-
The next meeting of the or- nesday, December 3, 8 p. m.
ganization will be held next at the Community house.
gazatin nwilbe held next There will-be nominations for
Tuesday evening, December new officers, and members
2nd, at the home of Mr. Apte new officers, nd me
723 N. W. 19th street, and all are urged to attend.
interested are urged to at- 00.0**0*****0**0*c*00000
tend. Plans are now being JEWIH NE
made for the presentation of JEWISH NEW
the famous Yiddish drama THROUGHOUT
"Ohn A Heim" (without a
home), by the late Jacob Gor-
din, sometime in January.
All who are able to sing or William Green, President
possess any ability for speak- of the American Federation
ing parts whether or not they of Labor in a speech last Sat-
are now able to speak Yid- urday night at Bethoven hall
dish fluently are urged to be at a banquet in honor of Mor-
present and help in the estab- ris Feinstone, emphatically
lishment of what promises to declared that the British Gov-
be a "Yiddish Little Theatre" ernment was wrong in the is-
in Miami. suance of the so called "White
Paper" by its Colonial Minis-
Rae Wolpert, well known in ter, Lord Passfield. Mr. Green
Miamian Jewish circles for declared that American labor
her general participation in would support their Jewish
local communal affairs is brethern in their fight for the
featuring original dress mod- establishment of a Jewish
els at moderate prices in a homeland in Palestine. "As
store out of the high rent dis- president of the American
trictItt'260 S. W. 6th street, Federation of Labor, I call up-
and is receiving the well mer- on my English brethern, the
ited thanks of her patrons, leaders of the Labor party to
respect the wishes of the Jew-
t ish labor movement in Amer-
ica and to remain faithful to
WEST PALM BEACH the Balfour Declaration. We
ACTIVITIES join the protest of the Jew-
ish masses against the recent
Action of the British govern-
Miss Mae Gruner, bride ment," declared Mr. Green.
elect of Rabbi S. Wrubel was "We are sincerely interested
honored at a Miscellaneous in the fullfilment of the Jew-
shower given her by the ish aspirations in Palestine"
members and friends of Sis- he went on to say. Thunder-
terhood Beth El. The guest ous applause greeted Mr.
of honor received many beau- Green's address.

tiful gifts.
Bridge was played and de-
lightful refreshments follow-
ed. The Community House
was beautifully decorated in
blue and white and cut flow-
High score was held by
Miss Racheal Oppenheim, sec-
ond Mrs. Harry A. Lee, third
Mrs. Morris Tessler, and con-
sultation Mrs. Julia Rosen-
Those attending were: Miss
Rachael Oppenheim, Miss
Nellie Oppenheim, Mrs. Mor-
ris Tessler, Mrs. Charles Lan-
dau, Mrs. Harry A. Lee, Mrs.
Sam L. Sable, Mrs. Max
Greenberg, Mrs. Frank Bar-
er, Mrs. S. Samuels, Mrs.
Harry Lerner, Mrs. Nat
Bleckner, Mrs. John Wolf,
Mrs. Jack Sneider, Mrs. Jus-
tin Held, Mrs. Louis David-
son, Mrs. Ray Cohen, Mrs.
Geo. M. Fry, Mrs. Louis
Schutzer, Miss Sara Berg-I
man, Mrs. I. Moss, Miss Rosa

The eleventh International
Congress of Zoologists recent-
ly took place in Venice under
the presidency of the famous
Jewish Italian scientist, Pro-
fessor Paolo Enriques, who is
Director of the Institute of
Zoology in the University of
Padua. Among the other Jew-
ish scholars attending the
Congress were Prof. Cesare
Artom, Anna Foa, Felice Su-
pino, Tullio Terni, Raffaele
Issel, Dr. Bruno Schreiber,
secretary of the session on
"Protistology," Dr. Giorgio
Schreiber, and Dr. Alessandro
Seppilli. The Hebrew Univer-
sity was represented by Dr.
F. S. Bodenheimer, Professor
of Agriculture and Nation
History at the Experiment
Station in the Hebrew Uni-
versity of Jerusalem. Prof.
Bodenheimer will also attend
the Congress of oleaginous
plant growers which will take
place at Athens, Greece, at


Mauricio Minkovsky, fa-
mous painter of Jewish
themes, is holding an exhibi-
tion of his works in the Mul-
ler Salon of Buenos Aires.
His paintings of Jewish life
have already won great suc-
cess among his South Ameri-
can co-religionists. (Trans-
lated from the Spanish jour-
nal, Mundo Israelita.)
Among South American
Jewish architects few have
won distinction equal to Isi-
doro Gurevitz. He has won
numerous awards for his no-
vel designs and has recently
added to his laurels by de-
signing the beautiful eight-
story building in Buenos
Aires belonging to the well-
known jeweler. Abraham
Dubin. Dr. Gurevitz is an as-
sistant instructor in archi-
tecture at the Academy of
Natural and Physical Sciences
in Buenos Aires. (Idem.)
Argentine Jewry have or-
ganized a Committee which
will set up a Yeshivah in Bue-
nos Aires. The object of this
Theological College will be to
train Rabbis from the native
Jewish population instead of
having to import them from
other countries.

Dr. Meyer Waxman of Chi-
cago has just published his
first volume of the "History
of Jewish Literature." It is
an unique work and com-

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prises information on Rabbi-
nic, Talmudic, and Jewish
philosophic literature. No
work of such wide scope has
yet appeared in the English

"What makes you order i
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soup for the last?"


my stomach is 1

set, so I eat my meals

the end of October. He will
act as secretary to the Com-
mission of research on Olive
Pests. This Commission is or-
ganized by the International
Agricultural Institute at
Rome. (Translated from the
Italian journal Israel.)
Senator Giula Fano, well-
known Italian Jewish physi-
ologist and statesman, died in
Mantua in his fifty-ninth
year. He took an active inter-
est in the Mantua Jewish
community. (Idem.)
Dr. Guggenheim, famous
Swiss jurist and a leader of
the Social Democrats, died in
Berne in his thirty-sixth year.
His place in the Federal Legal
Council will be taken by Dr.
David Scharfstein, a brother
of the Polish Mizrahi leader,
Herschel Scharfstein. (Trans-
lated from the German of Is-
rael Familienolatt.)
Rabbi Dr. Friediger, Chief
Rabbi of Denmark, presided
at the Congress of Scandina-
vian Jewry consisting of dele-
gates from Norway, Sweden
and Trondhjem in Norway.
Dr. Friediger delivered a lec-
ture on "Jodisk kulturarbeide
gjennem to artusener" (Two
Thousand Years of Jewish
Culture), which was favora-
bly report ed by the general
press. (Translated from the
Norwegian journal Hatikwoh)

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