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ol. IV.--No. X. Miami, Florida, Friday, March 6, 1931 Price 5 Cents
=M= II IIIN CAFDPI
i bbaR Dies In
ITERTON .. --
ert K. Chesterton, the bril- Auto Accident
English essayist now visit-
kmerica, confesses that he
ten surprised to discover that Rabbi Moses Wolf who oc-
merican people are quite dif-
and much more likeable than cupied a position as "Rabbi"
ad expected to find then. of Congregation Beth Jacob,
is nothing the matter with
erican people, he conceded, Miami Beach since last June
ideals are all wrong. died last Wednesday morning
Thesterton suffers from the
piession which most Eurc- as the result of injuries re-
get from reading and hear- ceived by him last Monday
ut things American which
oo real impression upon our night when he was struck by
Because we build skyscrap- an auto driven by W. Hilty of
stories high, for economic Mai Bach.
he thinks that every Mami Beach.
wants to work and live Rabbi Wolfe who learned
yscraper, whereas most of the "Blatt" ever day at the
er to work and live any-
lse. The average height of Beach Synagog came here
s in New York City, in- last June, having previously
the skyscrapers, is only lived in Cleveland and Los
ries, but Europe thinks of Angeles, and had attended the
voted to the skyscraper*
t alone in building but in Purim services at the Syna-
ng else. gog Monday night and was
matter of fact, the Ameri- on his way home when the
standard of life seems to accident happened. He was
has entire ovelooked. taken to the St. Francis Hos-
said that we, as a peo- pital at the Beach where it
ng toward an ideal was found that he was ser-
a uslay-11hne an str e wai
nde"' ubnit economicaly ya mt h% S6
y and al get the most early Wednesday morning.
npoyment out of life,I Interment was in Wood-
is own way, he would lawn cemetery in the plot of
nearer the mark. But the Chesed Shel Emes Socie-
tthe ideal we advertise, ty. Services were held at the
sons today realize that Beach Synagog where eulo-
form of government gies were pronounced by Rab-
y the Pilgrim Fathers bi Axelroad of the Beach
south Colony was pre- Synagogue, Rabbi Isaac M.
at today we call Con-
Everything was held in Wapner of the Miami Jewish
and, houses, food, prop- Orthodox Congregation, Rab-
kinds. But even under bi S. M. Machtei of the Beth
primitiveconditions,the David Congregation, and
t did not work, though Rabbi Greenman of Vilna.
d for several years. Rabb Greenman of Vilna
mmunitie," writes wil" Harry I. Lipton president of
ord. the first Governor the Synagog presided during
th "was found to breed the services. At the grave the
Eusion and discontent....
uimen that were most "Hazkoro" was recited by
tted for labor did repine Cantor Boris Schlachman.
should spend their time
h to work for other
S..this was thought Orthodox Synagog
-.. And for mens wives
nded to doe service for To Meet Monday
as dressing their
ng their clothes, etc.,
it a kind of slaverie A very important meeting
ne objects this is mens
.. answer,seeing all of the Miami Jewish Orthodox
his corruption in them, Congregation will be held at
wisdom saw another the Synagogue next Monday
:gs them." B night, March 9th, when im-
iloopshy is ingrained portent matters affecting the
n tion. Until Congregation will be present-
was abandoned the ed.
gishaned;o wa Among the matters which will
ian.began to work
alone and to enjoy all be acted on is the insurance
of his own labor the feature recommended by the
laid for the Amer- Board of Directors which will
Sin odasamtion go into effect the first part
e d our Constitu of next month, w e a
[~ I _ou --sill IL ,, _Rm
ne businesS Is one
4 feel the business
U190m, 9 ore plans
Sad td itan a any
qpaBd the priii4pal
L them report
k 'o onMd tain
tor- I.* vina h ,.*; i
members wi De mnsurea or
enough to cover funeral bene-
At this meetingpurchase of
a cemetery which the
Congregate a option
will be finay at d upon by
The m wasto
BY ERNEST CAMP J
II..II.III.I...i ..m..m.,,,,...,..., ...M Battle of the Bridge
IIIIIIIIIII:IIIIIllll lllllliimill" The world's biggest suspension
l._ .- bridge, spanning the Hudson river
_l a *i'ct ing New York with the
Memorial Serices state oifNqw Jersey, has a big
name, and a "biig tJj being
Synalgog Sunday waged about it in a big way.
S -Iy o Sun y wHere's what happened: The Port
of New York Authority named it
In observance of the first the George Washington Memorial
anniversary of the death of Bridge. It was not built as a mem-
aorial, although its completion will.
the late P. M. Rosengarten, coincide with the Washington bi-
for a number of years active- centenary in 1932.
The protests are based on the
ly identified with the cor- assumption that the name, when
munal work of Miami Jewry, used orally, will be shortened to
"Washington bridge." Now there
a memorial meeting will be are two other bridges around town
held next Sunday evening, called that, one in Harlem and one
March 8, beginning at 7:30 in Brooklyn. So if the sight-see-
p. m. at the Miami Jewish ing visitor leans out of his car
and yells at the traffic cop, "Heys
Orthodox Synagogue, 1545 S. How d'ye get to Washington
W. Third street. bridge", the cop will have to yell
At this meeting which is back, "What Washington bridge1"
sponsored by the officers and Confusion will result, traffic will
sponsored the Mficers an get tied up, horns will be honked,
directors of the Miami Jewish and unkind words said,
County Fair Will
Dade county's exhibition of
its products at the fair which
opens Monday will be divided
into 12 departments, Mana-
ger J. S. Rainey said yester-
day classifying entries enter-
ed in the $15,000 premium
In the fruit department,
with H. B. Vivian as superin-
tendent, nearly every known
variety raised in southeastern
Florida, will be represented,
entry lists show. Additional
classifications will be made
to cover any fruits grown in
Dade county that are not list-
ed in the catalog.
Mr. Vivian also will super-
intend the vegetable depart-
ment where community, far-
mers' qurb market, and indi-
vidual displays will be ar-
ranged. The same conditions
provided for fruits will gov-
ern tlie-^~V W irsifl.'
One of the largest displays
at the fair will be the wo-
man's department, under the
supervision of Mrs. J. C.
Baile. The competition here
will be limited to entries from
Dade county, because of the
limited space available. Cul-
inary as well is handicraft
work will be included in this
In the educational depart-
ment, each grade in each
school will compete for the
awards in an interscholastic
competition. Entries cover a
wide calendar of subjects. I.
T. Pearson will be the super-
intendent of this department,
assisted by E. E. McCarty,
jr., D. W. Whitman, Mrs.
Frances M. Dolan, Mrs. Alice
Tyree, J. I. Sowers and John
The same supervisors will
have charge of the exhibits
entered by the agricultural
classes of the senior high
schools of Dade county which
also compete on the inter-
scholastic plan. This depart-
ment also includes art, edu-
cational subjects and mech-
The floral department will
be under the supervision of
Mrs. Fleda V. Hughes who re-
ports that an entire building
will be crowded with plaWts
and flowers. Garden clubs are
placing displays, featuring
Another b f will be
filed with the largest poultry
'ho in the annals of the
Scountj ftr.. tperintet-
takgmSAr &.s &&
Logical Name Not Given
A newspaper poll of its readers
said that the bridge should be call-
ed Hudson bridge. Why that very
logical name was not given the
giant in the first place is not
known, for it is the only bridge
crossing the Hudson river within
fifty miles of New York City.
But George Washington Mem-
or"at-rir't lr w-atrt wii-chiat-
ened, and the name still stands.
Meanwhile, the battle rages.
Razor Blades and Bridges
Bridge guards say that when a
bridge is being built or when a
new one opens, practical jokers re-
gard it as a cue to carry out
People send in packages contain-
ing assorted odds and ends, espe-
cially old razor' blades, with the
request that they be thrown off
On the 8:15
Commuters, comprising the huge
hurrying horde .rushing daily be-
tween their suburban homes and
New York places of employment,
were described as "peculiar ani-
mals" by the comptroller of a rail-
Whether or not they are "pecu-
liar animals," they do bring one
road alone more than J8,000,000
annually in fares. They also
spend over $71,500 a year on var-
ious articles on sale at station con-
cession stands such as newspapers,
magazines, candy and tobacco.
Once in a while they pause long
enough to get themselves weighed
but usually they rush through. Get
in-the way anc you'll ,nd out4-
Some commuters livb'i distant
cities. Philadelphia i a od e-
am ~e long.dlate .imtg to
daly I bot 0 mes
away. Fat taija make it in lsa
than two ho,. ,
Telephones ve become so n-
merous here at tibe compn y .
u an to ar
out of n ew'r
a nume- .was aML'to tio .
.changeS o. "
G lynweakhate. a*,sYlenriint,
TUNE IN ON
THE JEWISH RADIO HOUR
SUNDAY FROM 5 TO 6 P. M.
Turn to Page Two for full Information and Program
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Orthodox Congregation who
were actively associated with
Mr. Rosengarten during his
lifetime, brief tributes will be
paid by the Rabbi of the Con-
gregation, Isaac M. Wapner,
and a number of other well
known speakers. "Hazkoro"
will b.r o4,' Na.
Thiin "Wroo e o ~ nge-
All friends of the family
are urged to attend this
Among those who will pre-
sent brief tributes are Mes-
srs. Herbert. E. Scher, John
Wolf, Julius Simpson, Nathan
Adelman and Max Kupfer-
stein. Mr. J. Louis Shochet
Zionists to Hold
The first mass meeting un-
der the -leadership of the new
officers of the Miami Zionist
district will be held at Beth
Jacob Synagogue, Miami
Beach, beginning at 8 p. m.,
with Rev. Z. H. Masliansky,
the world famous Yiddish or.
ator as the main speaker of
the evening. A very elaborate
program has been prepared
with several of Miami's lead'
ing musicians scheduled to
take part in the musical num-
bers. This meeting is the first
of a series of meetings that
will be held to acquaint Mi-
amians with the conditions
affecting Zionism today.
The effect of the recent
McDonald letter will be dis-
cussed by several of the
Mr. Harry Simonhoff, pres-
ident of-the local district will
F. J. Gormican will be th
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STHE JEWISH FLORIDIAW
MIA* I Sturday will see the close
JEWISH O ODOX I of iami's fortY-five days
CON GRE TON racing season with the run-
(O155 rthod t ning of the Florida Derby, al-
1545 s. W. 3rd Street ways the crack event of the
ISAAC M. WAPNER meet
Rabbi In fairness to the new
The usual early Friday eve- management of the Hialeah
ning services will begin at plant, it must be admitted
5:30 p. m. with the late ser- that they have more than
vices following at 8:15 p. m. justified the predictions and
when Rabbi Isaac M. Wapner promises made by Frank
will preach on 'isdom Bruen, managing director of
will preach on 'Wisdom and th'"t t"h Haeh
Prophecy." In his sermon in the track, that the Hialeah
English he will stress the track would be given th-'fi-
evident difference in the nest of winter racing possi-
characters of Moses and his Adbled. p e s enid
successor Joshua and will ex- Added. p effts, a o plendtid
plain this distinction as turf, and the efforts, of the
founded upon the tneachigs management have induced
of the Talmud. In hi Yiddish thehorse owners to race some
sermon he will explain "Shio- of the finest stables in the
- -shim Yom Kodem L'Pesach." country during the past for-
Saturdav mnminr arvia ty-five days. The Hialeah
ment of the track are an-
noudWed wlieh will give We
Miami residents and tViits4
ah opportunity of seeing oe
of the finest racing establish-
ment in the country estab-
lished at the Hialeah track
with the opening of next
year's program of racing.
Because of the Camera-
Malone fight the West Flag-
ler dog track was closed as
were the other tracks thro-
ughout the district. The races
and entries scheduled for last
night will be run tonight and
from the class of the entries
a very excellent night of rac-
ing is confidently predicted.
The matches have attract-
ed large crowds of residents
in addition to the tourists
every night during the past
season. Its closeness to the
center of the City and easy
method of access has helped
draw the people. The hurdle
present at the match.
A 3-year-old Pilager out-
gamed his opposition to win
the special four-dog match
race last Wednesday night at
the Miami Beach Kennel club.
Playful ran second and Mor-
gan Blake showed. The win-
ner completed the 510-yard
beach course distance in the
fast time of 31 seconds.
Elmer (Slim) McClelland,
who refereed the Camera-
Maloney battle last night,
t ,1 -_- --* .a j. ,
Announcement' has juq
been made that Harold G
McGhan for a short time con
nected with the King Funera
Home has severed his conneo
tions with the organization
Business will now be conduct
ed by Mrs. Frank P. McGha.
the widow of the origin
owner of the business wh(
died suddenly last Decembr
on/ 0t--- &1. -1. --- -
begin at 8:30 a. m. with h plant has really become the races run every night have witnesses mte running oi mre 2u. oome of01 e old employ
Mincha service a. m:t wi e Saratoga of the South. been an added feature which ninth race from the judges' formerly associated with t0
According to an annunem. In statements issued by has helped give the patrons stand. McClelland, the guest business will aid Mrs. 1M
ment made by Rabbi Isaac M Major Warburton, and Mr. and fans fo the track great of Frank R. Anderson, track Ghan in the management (
Wapner, an Open Forum will Widener, plans for better- enjoyment. manager, was accompanied the business.
be a feature of the Synagoue's oooo++o++ o-o+oooooooooooooooooooooo +
work every Sunday morning, *
at 11 a. m.
CONG. BETH DAVID THE JEWISH RADIO HOUR
139 N. W. Third Avenue STATION "W QAM"
S. M. 1)ACHTEI o EVERY SUNDAY 5 TO 6 P. M.
The usual Friday evening g SPONSORED AND SUPPORTED
early services will begin at o
5:30 p. m. with the late ser- by
vices following at 8 p. m.
when Rabbi S. M. Machtei of THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN AND THE FOLLOWING ADVERTISERS
the'-eongregation will preach
on "The Golden Calf". o ------------------
Saturday morning, Leonard g I
Tobin, the son of Mr. and o ess Paint Store FA AN'S
Mrs. S. H. Tobin long time g W P PR GRAM
resident of Miami, will be cel- g 1. WESSON, Prop. Palatial Kosher
ebrated. Leonard will read Restra
the Haftora and make the us- A esaura
ual speech. Rabbi Machtei g P uit -J U 265 N. E. Second Street
will preach the sermon. Im- o g o,
mediately after the services 137 w. Flagler St. o ADDRESSES: THE HOM OF EAL FOOD
the parents of the Bar Mitzva Phone 2-0584 wh en K
wl o where Qhtlty eand Knsou
willbe hosts at an old fash- Address ........................ Rabbi Alex. Axelroad S Go sand y Hand
ioned Kiddush in the Tal- Congregation Bth Jacob
md T h HCongregation Beth Jacob *
mud Torah Hall. o g
Sunday school begins at 10o ooooo oo o Address .................................. Harry Simonhoff o + ***************
a. m. Sunday morning. o a o"
a. m SundayPhone Songs and Synagogal Numbers .................... "
TEMPLE ISRAEL of MIAMI | Ambulance Service g Cantor Moses J. Bergman, of San Francisco
(Reform) g Piano Selections .......... Miss Mildred Greenberg B Beauty Shoppe
137 N. E. 19th Street AHik ERN
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN FUNERAL HOME ongs-Duet ..........Miss Irene Farr and
Rabbi .....................Miss Sylvia Far
The usual Friday evening 1224 S. W. First Street o Song ............... ... ... Mrs. A. Hirtenstein Specialirinn Engene Per-
services begin at 8:15 p. m. Miami, Florida + Accompanied manent WaVbt IHmeya
DI)r. Kaplan will give a very FR t
important historical lecture FANCIS AHERN, Pres. T "e.the th
on "The Struggle Between THE DADBty iU aw
Mon "The Struggle Between *s THE DADE COUNTY FAIR ASSOCIATION
Jews began Before phristian- o ******e* **.******
Sunday morning services Jo RIeiSan ...
at 11 a. m. Dr. Kaplan will --- AWI 0 j Bobby Prollier and Dora Hilton Miller
]eby jn Fresh Kosher Rs Lewis and the Grimes Sisters St"
,e-x - In a Musical Ielange
CONG. BETH JACOB Meats and Poultry m Mu eat
(olkthodaec -- or l
L. I P 4 N. W. ?Itth St. Jewish news and social program for the week
11 W. idnr Areae Phone a-O o Other Interesting numbers
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Cheese, Meats, tarrmn,
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As usual a Ford Sedan will by Mrs.
be given away this Monday pat of fri
nlgHt to the hol4dr of the t lHia mnsi
lucky ticket. Harlerto, whAi a sho
Utisical entertainmentpro- improved form in re
vided nightly has helped keep races, rai another great r
the dog fans greatly interest- w the tet
to win the tenth, the sec0o
ed in the sport. ary feate, rm yal
In recognition of the Carm- andMaster Kildare. Beca$
era-Malone fight the Beacn of a bad starting box the t
Kennel Club was closed last ent neglectedv JlayHarley
night to permit all of its of- and he 'a4T ll.
ficials and employees to be r
New York Title d
ILert TES ummar e o werd u
Capital Foad. over
Sixty-four MIll. Dollars
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T-iday, M*k 1981
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A We*kl Newsaper
PUBLISHED BVIBY FRIDAY
SWISH FLORIIAN PUBLUHING CO
107 80 MIAAMI AVE.
J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor
P. 0. Buea 3n
iami, Florida Phone 2.1183
WEST PALM BEACH OFFICE
414 Eihth Street
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Entered as second class matter,
ly 4th, 1980, at the Post Office
SMiami, Florida, under the act
March 8, 1879.
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VOL. IV.-NO. X.
FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1931
CHESED SHEL EMES
We have just come from a
meeting of this splendid or-
nization where the issue
which will determine the very
istence of this body was ex-
tedly and bitterly discussed.
e are charitable enough to
lieve that no hidden motives
derlaid the arguments pre-
nted by some of the emi-
nt gentlemen who spoke.
This Chesed Shel Emes was
ganized for the purpose of
evening the existence of
retain ills which had crop-
d up in the Jewish commun-
y of Miami. The unfortun-
e poor who became bereav-
were to be treated in a
manner becoming true Jews;
ley were to be given the
e attention that a man of
Leans would receive.
And so this organization
prospered. It did the work of
percy for which it had been
tablished. Regardless of
whether we liked the officers,
eir methods, or the manner
which the business of the
ganization was conducted,
e must admit that the poor
ere taken care of.
Economic conditions --are
t of the best in Miami to-
y, and thus the revenue of
e organization derived in
eater part from the few
althy funerals that have
ended, is today threat-
We remember the story of
ng Solomn and the child.
e recall quile vividly the de-
ion ofthe Wise King when
directed that the child
ich had been claimed by
o women should be cut in
so that each claimant
uld receive a part. And how
the example presented
the true mother stands
t: "Give the child away to
e other woman but let it
May we respectfully urge
at this example of a true
their in Israel be followed
those who are so anxious-
clamorin or the child,
ECHD SHEL EMES.
orga nation may yet be
ved if those interested and
ln9m for it will calmly
-,the facts. d- ewish de-
.iams s a leaders
not tghee.ll, Ie la
In Short, a Dog. The Bridge Cruise.
The witness, being duly ("Two hundred and fifty
sworn, did affirm, assert, bridge players sail on liner
testify and declare, without for 16-day bridge-eruise to
mental reservation, and neith- West Indies."
er impelled, persuaded, coax- As south-by-west the helms-
ed, cajoled, bribed, begged, men steered,
besought, urged, pressed or The haze dissolving, there
in any way whatsoever im- appeared
portuned by another, but of An island locked within
his own free will, unrestrict- it-
ed, unobstructed, clear, inde- A strand to starboard, glit-
pendent, unchecked, unfetter- tering red;
ed, unhindered, untrammeled A coral reefI and no one said
and undisturbed; A word for quite a minute.
To wit, that he was the Then suddenly a tourist did;
possessor, owner, master and He uttered two: "No bid."
keeper of a dog, and hereaft-
er when the name of the dog How fair a vision! How se-
shall appear it shall be con- rene!
strued, interpreted, defined Can men forget them who
and accepted as meaning have seen
neither a cat, bear, pig, elk, West Indian panoramas?
pony, mule, civet, deer, squir- Can others match the palm-
rel, lynx, wolf, fox, lion, cow, tree cove
horse or other four-foooted They entered on the day they
beats; neither fowl, fish nor hove
insect nor other living crea- In sight of the Bahamas?
ture, nor such creature as On that ooccasion some one
may have lived in a past age, broke
nor such as it may be con- The silence with "Revoke."
ceived will live in ages to
come, but as a plain dog, How soft a breeze off Cuba,
which is to say, a four-footed, One day, however, there arose
carnivorous, domesticated A squall that threatened
mammal of the family canis. trouble.
#I !I Though prefect order was
'"The first whistle will preserved.
serve no longer as a curfew One passenger appeared un-
warning in New Baltimore. nerved,
Fire Chief Fred Schlosser Exclaiming, "I redouble!"
complained that it was dis- His neighbor also had the
turning to firemen."-News He s ;"Five no
Now Balitmore's sun was trumps I
o'er the hills so far away. At last the ship returned to
When a fireman, stripped port
foor washing at the close Of passengers a little short
of one sad day And missing from their
Heard the curfew whistle places
blowing, Two dozen gentlemen, or
though there was a fire to Had moppeared far far
fight, disappeared far, far
Rushed out trouserless, re- from
injng, "I shall have no They'd trumped their part-
h tonight. ners' aces;
h tonight." This being so, 'twas felt the
I !I ship
The Girl-Friend says that Had had a most successful
million-dollar salaries would trip.
be quite common if radio an- -C. B., in London Punch.
nouncers were paid according
to the number of times they
say "Hello Everybody."
The discovery that carrots
contain alcohol in .paying
quantities makes the situa-
tion look a little brighter. If
they contain more than one-
half of one per cent, maybe
the Government will prohibit
"Any mail for me today,
"Yes, dad, a letter with a
First Broker-Flip a dime
to see who puts up the $50,-
000 in this deal. Heads I pay
and tails it costs you
Second Broker-All right,
only I'm going to flip a penny
-I might lose the dime.
Grocer-Sir, this bill of
yours has been running for
a long time, and-
Brown-So have I, but I
can't seem to outdistance it.
Why does a corporation us
ally wait until there is noth-
to receive before asking
Parkavenue That's not
the mother of those children,
it's the nurse.
Centralpark How do you
Parkavenue She knows
them by their names.
I I !
Elsie--I don't love Ronard
any more. Last night I want-
ed to show him how wel.-1
could whistle, and as I pout-
ed my lips to whistle-"
Elsie-He let me whistle.
I I !
Customer Haven't you
anything you could guaran-
tee to waken me in the morn-
Clerk Yes, but I don't
think his mother would like
parting with him.
"My last husband was a
wonderful artist. He told me
he always fommd inspiration
in my cooking."
"Ah, a sculptor, I pre-
Dont try to runvaer street
cars when drivingyour atto-
mnhil. YAnu iu be "d
PLENTY OF KNOWLEDGE BUT NO EDUCATION
A man asked me the other day what courses I had
studied in college had been most helpful.
I answered, "Greek and mathematics."
He said it sounded like a silly answer. "You are in the
advertising business. What do Greek and mathematics have
to do with advertising?"
Of course they have nothing to do directly with adver-
tising, or with modern banking or the law, or any of the
other occupations by which I might have chosen to earn a
Yet Greek and mathematics have this one thing in com-
mon-each of them compels the mind to attack a difficult
problem and to think its way through to a solution. That
is mental discipline; that is development, in the same sense
that hard physical exercise develops the muscles. That, in
a large degree, is education.
There is more false and fuzzy thinking about education
than about almost any other important subject. We have
been in an age when the whole emphasis of school and col-
lege has been placed on "learning things", on "practical
training", on "giving the boys and girls equipment for daily
The result of this program, in many instances, is not
encouraging. Young people graduate into life with a mass
of unassimilated and more or less inaccurate facts, but with
no real mental drill, and no philosophy.
In one of his finest passages Cardinal Newman describes
an educated man as one who "has the repose of mind which
lives in itself, while it lives in the world, and which has re-
sources for its happiness at home when it cannot go abroad.
He has a gift which serves him in public and supports him
in retirement, without which good fortune is but vulgar
and with which failure and disappointment have a charm."
And in another place he defines education as "the pre-
paration for knowledge."
If all educators could agree upon that definition, it
would mean much progress. Then we should have college
graduates whose minds are prepared, rather than graduates
whose minds are merely stuffed.
Too many graduates at present have plenty of know-
ledge but no education.
JOhN JOSEPH GAINESM.D.
Yesterday I performed a minor operation for a patient
who had been taking his favorite brand of pills for some
twenty years, and who had believed that he could not live
without them; and these same little demons had slowly but
surely led him into a condition which placed him on the ope-
rating-table, and brought the order for him to abandon their
use for all future time.
At first-twenty years ago-a simple case of consti-
pation, by reason of a neglected bowel. He was a young
farmer; the vocation of all that should stand for opportunity
Iin perfect health. But, he kept on neglecting the bowel, and
calling to his aid the popular brand of pills that he has kept
up using to the present time,-and growing worse slowly,
all the time, heaping unto himself a lot of grief. He just.
hadn't had time to attend to that very important function,
the emptying of the bowel by natural methods.
The pills contained very positive intestinal irritants,
aloes being a prominent in rent; a high-powered condi-
ment lent heat and stimulation to the almost exhausted
bowel. Other atrocities helped make trouble, though a-
parently innocent during the first years of his experience.
He accumulated a very chronic inflammation of the rep-
tum, a so-called "catarrah" of the lower bowel; in time this
induced an intolerable itching of the parts adjacent, from
which the patient was kept awake nights-scratehing. His
nerves were, as he said, "completely shot to pieces."
I removed as much of the hopelessly infitratt skin .as
possible-i being past all hope of return to normal ; new
skin will take its place. I began my treetmept to uido .a
he had been doing for twenty years. I stepped the pls. "
I hate to meet somebody that has a vrte pill; k
"family pill" is a devil in disguise. Get your doctor to tell
you how to use food and water.
Childers What kind of Wife: John. the c i
good isi bzradctth. away?off t1w u^ll i it
Lawrence-Ay toaid of i a mimusa eow s e i
la f ater its sbd Into s'h^ ^-S-i"L!
(ress for my wifol .
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e i te famomu Im'
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More than 200 people at-
tended the- Literary concert
sponsored by the localBranch
of the Workmens' Circle last
Thursday night at the Beth
David auditorium. Lovers of
Yiddish and Russian folk
songs were delighted to'hear
the old melodies as interpre-
ted by Miss Dora Bowshower
of. New York city. Particular-
ly impressive- was her rendi-
tion of Chassidic songs,
though she did not do as well
in the:rendition-of. songs such
as "Kaddish." Of course, a
great, deal, of the blame was
due to the evident lack of re-
hearsal. between, the singer
and pianist who accomnpan-
ied her. Great disappointment
was shown by the audience
when it was announced that
Gershon. Rubin,. the world fa*
mouse member of the Yiddish
Art Troupe, would not appear
because he had been taken
Macon, Gas, and Mr. Jacob
Fishman.did mighty well in
S the difficult role he was as-
signed of trying to substitute
for so famous an artist as
Rubin. His declamation of.
i: "Slushay" by Anski was, in
our opinion, a well done inter-
pretation of, a poor- and; un-
timely subject. His readings
were far better and were
Dr. A. D. Halpern, well-
known communal worker of
Miami, presided and acquit-
ted himself splendidly.
Great credit should be giv-
en the local committee of'ar-
rangements for their sinceri-
ty in producing concerts of
this- character. It is by means
of such events that Miami's
interest in Yiddish literature
and art will be kept alive.
A very splendid ball was
the mask and civic ball.of the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation held at the City Club
last Sunday night. The large
hall was crowded by residents
and' tourists and the enter-
tainment and dancing was en-
joyed until the early hours of
the morning, Prizes- for the
masks were awarded to Mrs;
Mandel for an impersonation
of a beggar woman; Mrs. S.
Haas, for atr original costume
as a.waitress; HI. M. Drewitch
as a clown; Mrs. L. Levitt as
a. grass widow; Charlie Feld-
:man as a little boy; Mrs. Max
Halpern in a costume hung
with little spooons, and Nath-
an, Adelnan in a costume rep-
resenting a president of a
A large Haman tash, each
'side two and a half feet long,
was sold in shares of twenty-
five, cents each, and on the
mattre being placed before
the purchasers it was unani-
mously decided not to cut the
huge Haman tash, but to pre-
sent it to the Children's
Home Society for the orphans
to enjoy as a gift of the or-
In charge of the affair was
a. committee headed' by Mrs.
Chas. Tannenbaum as general
chairman, and Mrs. Sam Tan-
nenbaum as assistant chair-
man. In charge of the cake
booth were Mesdames: M.
Kotkin, N, Pritzker, J. Louis
Shochet; flower booth were
Mesdames H. Kotkin and
Miss Levy; in sandwich booth
were Mesdames Nathan Adel-
man, H. M. Drewitch, .S.
Haas; in cigars: and candies
were Mesdames S. Schwartz,
Nathan Abramson and Sam
Futterfass; drink booth, Mrs.
Max Kupferstein; gypsy
booth, Mrs. Harry Seitlin in
costume. Tickets were in
charge of Messrs. Louis Van-
gilder, Sam Futterfass and
The regular Jewish Hour
program sponsored by the
Jewish Floridian was again
presented last Sunday over
Station WQAM, and was fea-
tured by .an address by Hon.
C. H. Reeder, the Mayor of
5th St..&2nd Ave. N. W.
MASTBIE DRY CLEANING
SHOB REPAIRING -
BZ- The Most Modern
Method. Makes It Well-
Worth YTur Cominr.
Cat niW.-Worb Cbu..Wnbt
city Woot Yard Ihc.
lireplace-- Steve and
I1l2 N. W. EIGHTH COUvRT
Fresh Fish Dailj
at prifae tflt eumt b best:
Cap. T. o s
28 N. W. North River Drive
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21 North West Ninth Street
Miami, who spoke on the un-
employed of Miami and the
work of the Mayor's commis-
sion. Artists on the program
were Mrs. H. U. Feibelman in
a solo, accompanied at the
piano by Mrs. Hannah Spiro
Asher; several piano selec-
tions by nine pear old Marion
Freeed a pupil of Miss
Frances Druckerman; several
vocal selections by Martin
Chochem a well known Scan-
dinavian Jewish artist who
recently arrived in Miami,
who was accompanied at the
piano by Mrs. Doris Adler;
vocal selections by Mrs. Eve-
lyn Raff accompanied at the
piano Miss Bernice Langert,
solo by Mrs. Samuel Resnick
accompanied at the piano by
Mrs. Evelyn Raff; solo by
Sydney Palmer accompanied
at the piano by Mrs. Law-
rence Sapero, and a solo by
Cantor Nathan Wroobel.
The Emunah Chapter No.
175 0. E. S. received the offi-
cial visit of the Worthy Grand
Matron of the Grand Chapter
of Florida, Miss Lillian Kil-
patrick, on her tour of this
section of the State, last
Thursday night. Assembled to I
hear her and pay their re-
spects were practically the
entire membership of the or-
ganization and several visi-
tors from other chapters. Ac-
companying the Worthy
Grand Matron was her staff
of Grand Chapter officers.
Due honors were paid them
by the officers of the
chapter headed by its worthy
Matron, Mrs. Ella T. Kaiser.
Director of Funerals
Serving Greater Miami
The World's Fastest Spert
Honest, Courteous Service.
N. W. 7th Ave. at 28th Street
ONLY THREE MILES
FROM DOWNTOWN MIAMI
On Miami'. Main Thoroughfares
GIVEN AWAY HURDLE RACE
Monday and other
Night EVERY NIGHT
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After an address on "Esther"
which was intently listened
to, by the Grand Matron, she
was presented with a beauti-
ful blue enameled miniature
clock on behalf of Emunah
Chapter and responded brief-
ly. When the meeting ad-
journed the guests were
taken to the City Club where
an elaborate midnight supper
had been prepared.
More than 125 guests were
present. At the head of the
room the Grand Chapter and
the local Chapter officers
were seated. The decorations
consisting of palms and white
sweet peas were carried out
in a green and white color
scheme. In charge of the ar-
rangements was a committee
headed by Mrs. Sadye G. Rose
who was assisted by Mrs.
Fannie Pepper and Mrs. Dora
August. Presiding as the
Very bi. tia se
made at tiAq bytl.
ber of the officers. Th
mittee hai been 1
efficient .numer' inM wh
affair was conducted.
Among the winter vti"
to this district now stoa
at the: Ev; blades Ho
Col. and Mrs. I. Liebol
Memphis, Tenn.; and r
Mrs. Goldstein of Pon
W. H. Combs Co.& Eta
Phone Miami l8210
1Imx N. IS Avenue
MIAMI BACH FUNERAL .o
Phone M. B. 5-2101
126 Wewston Av .
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; Friday afternoon the
s of the Emunah Chap-
SE. 8. entertained the
y Grand 'Matt~i of
a, Miss Lillian Filpat-
nd her secretary, Miss
ma Carter at Burdine'S
rard Tea room, at lunch-
ifter the luncheon the
went to 'attend the
Df the Miami Jockey
Beth David Sisterhood
)ld a meeting of its Ex-
6 Board at the Beth
hall next Wednesday,
11, at noon in the form
luncheon at which Mes-
John Wolf and H. H.
vill be the hostesses. A
r meeting will follow at
J. m. All members are
8 p. m., with Mesdames
Sadye G. Rose and Estelle
Steinberg as the hostesses.
Prizes will be given for
high score and refreshments
will be served. All residents
and tourists are urged to at-
tend and will be made wel-
Mrs. H. Gottesman and
Miss Hannah Mack entertain-
ed a number of friends at din-
ner and theatre last Saturday
honoring the Misses Minnie
Simon and Celia Coopersmith
who are visitors from Passaic
N. J., spending their winter
Mr. and Mrs. Wi. Mech-
lowitz and Mr. and Mrs. Got-
tesman entertained at dinner
last Friday night in honor of
Mrs. K. Gelman. and Mrs. B.
Temple Israel is responsible
o Arf aangemets e as to
the bahquet.'A replesentatite
of the n&tibnil organization
and several speakers of note
now in Miami will speak on
the work of Bnai Brith. En-
tertainment has been provid-
ed and dancing will follow the
banquet. Tickets will be only
$1.00 for each plate. An invi-
tation is extended to all to be
present Sunday night. Reser-
vations may be made by call-
ing at the Temple or from
any member of the organiza-
The Miami Senior Chapter
of Hadassah will hold a regu-
lar meeting of its member-
ship at Burdine's Roof Gar-
den next Monday afternoon,
March 9, at 2 p. m., %when a
very splendid and entertain-
ing program will be presented
All members and visitors to
the Miami district who are
interested in Hadassah work
are cordially invited to attend
what promises to be an inter-
Patintz and entertaining meet-
Friday night the local Simon and daughter, Minnie, ing.
of the Workmen's all of Passaic, N. J. A number * *
tendered a banquet to of the friends of the family Mr. and Mrs. M. Lowen-
mbers and visitors in were present and quite an en- stein of Cincinnati, Ohio, are
if Miss Dora Bowshow- joyable time was spent, guests of the Penn Plaza
Mr. Jacob Fishman, * apartments.
town artists who visited "Council Night" was ob- .
in'tWeli concert tour served last Pri4iy night t Purim was celebrated in
Country. Dr. A. D. each of Miami's three Syna- Synagogues of the Miami
n prditded at the ban- gogues, whbie brief renlaiks district in a very elaborate
id a number of addres- were made of the work of the manner last Sunday morning.
re made by the officers' National Council of Jewish The Miami Jewish Orthodox
orghnitatiof and soMte omen by Rabbi pr. Jacob Synagogue held a Purim fes-
promihent' members. H. Kaplan at Temple Israel, tival at the Synagogue last
Drk of the Arbeiter lablIi aIsaac M. Wapneir of Sunday morning when a brief
ts future activities and the Miami Jewish Orthodox speech was made by Mr.
For an intense propo- Congregation, and Rabbi S. Louis Heiman, principal of
Were, discussed. A very M. Machtei of the Beth David the Sunday school and a talk
d evening was enjoyed Congregation. on Purim was given by the
e resent. During the * Rabbi. Mrs. Ida Buckstein,
i fok songs were en- A meeting of Temple Israel president of the Ladies Auxi-
the guests. Sisterhood was held at Kap- iary of the Miami Jewish Or-
* T -I'T an hall last Monday after- thodox Congregation assisted
SL. Seligman was hdon'at which a large nUmber by Mrs. Louis Vangilder vice
to attend the funeral of the members and so~ne vis- president, resented each
father which ocured itors were present. Rabbi Dr. child with a bag containing a
Last week in Toledo, Tobias Shonfarber of Chicago I gift, fruit and haman tashen.
we ill be gone about who is a winter visitor to this At Temple Israel several play-
Our sympathies are district spoke on "Esther and lets were presenetd by the
d him in his bereave- Purim." Mrs. Evelyn Raff children and gifts were given
sang several selections which by the Sisterhood of the Tem-
* were enthusiastically received pie. At Beth David the chil-
for the annual trip by all. dren were given gifts, Haman
are now being made * drayers containing Hebrew
committees of the Mi- Last Sunday evening the inscriptions and listened to a
bomeis' Club which Sisterhood of Temple Israel talk by the Rabbi on the
this annual event, to entertained at a box supper meaning of Purim.
lace on Wednesday, in Kaplan hall which was fol- At Beth Jacob, Miami
11. The trip will be- lowed by cards. Mrs. Mendel Beach the Sisterhood presen-
he club house on N. Cromer was chairman of the ted the children with bags
terrace, at 10:80 a. committee in charge of ar- containing gifts in honor of
e tickets may be ex- rangements, and despite the
Sfor pssports. Six inelement water the aoiff
'e b tte EbBtt Will was well'a4te.&& '
Jl ,. t ,,,,, Vqi t** "'" *" E I
rm. Of interest to the,
i a a repre-
n TraleSl-e it thMe
estate on Palm Islan.
of the event i s.
!Cohen as ali ,
Sydney L. Weintraub
iturd on Palestine. In
of publi&Rr 16 thb
rs. S. E. Altschul.
S*.. S .
eS he dt
II f n
Dr. Herblert Binswanger of!
Qhieago, i is f .;%n g j a t
nual visit to Miami and is
stoppihi at the Flotianr Ioa
tel Miami Beach.
The A. Z. A. the Junior
Bnai Brith organization will
hold its first banquet next
Sthday night at the Kapkn
hal1 of Temple Israel to ce-
brate- he reception o ts
charter fro. "natIonsl hed-
quArters. The Sisterhood of
A nul l fJ*-
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purim and several recitations
were given by the pupils of
the 'Sunday school.
Mrs. Hyman Bushel, wife
of Judge Bushel of New York
who has been visiting with
her mother, Mrs. Jack Cohen
at the Columbus Hotel, left
for Cuba last week by air-
plane for a week's visit. She
was accompanied by Mrs. R.
Miss Jane Schonfeld, dau-
ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Jos.
Schonfeld, long time resi-
dents of Miami, left last week
for New York and Passaic,
N. J., prior to her marriage
on April, 16, to Michael Kan-
Mrs. Daniel Cromer enter-
tained a number of friends
Wednesday afternoon, at an
attractive bridge luncheon at
her home in Miramar. The
drawing room was decorated
with a profusion of cut flow-
ers, and the luncheon table
was centered with a mound
of orchid pink sweet peas,
with tall pink candles tied
with orchid tulle, in crystal
holders, placed at either side.
Mrs. Cromer wore a lovely
costume of delft blue chiffon,
with deep insets of lace. Dec-
orative prizes were awarded
high scores at bridge. Covers
were laid for Mana-Zucca,
Mrs. Rufus Steele, Mrs. Dale
James, Mrs. Robert Louis
Zoll, Mrs. Harry I. Magid,
Mrs. 'Rae Cassell, Mrs. Larry
Fay, Mrs. Sydney Weintraub,
Mrs. Lioonel Cassell, Mrs.
Ruby Showers Baker, Mrs.
David Goldstein, and Mrs.
The man who fails to lay
up something for a rainy day
always has to depend on his
friends for an umbrella.
Every Jewish Home
Should Have the
History of the
By PETER WIERNIK
Now to be obtained at
1474 S. W. First Street
*sos .So-EslS S SCT O S
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We Sell Auto Parts
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BAGS and METALS
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MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS
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N. W. Cor. 5th Ave. and 14th St.
Roofing Paper, Asphalt
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(reg. pharmacist for 17 years)
Cor 22nd Ave. and 8th St. W.
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Prescriptiots Our Speelty
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
shower for the Orphans in
Palestine and gifts of wash
rags, combs, soap and such
similar articles will be wel-
come. The event will be held
at Kaplan Hall and all are
The dance will be held at
the Spanish Roof Gardens
atop the Alcazar next Sunday
night, March 15, according to
an announcement by the
chairman of the committee of
At the last meeting o the urged to attend. arrangements, Mr. A. H. Furr
Hebrew Friendly Inn a vote * and will be replete with speci-
of thanks and appreciation The regular meeting of the numbers by celebrated
was extended to its President Friendship League was heldaltynu ers by celebrated
at its club rooms at the Con- entertainers. The committee
Mr. M. Scheinbaum who was gress building last Wednes- is making every effort to
grantedd a month's leave of ay night passing an amend- make the evening one well
trie e J oil and o s meant to the constitution re- worth remembering by those
Nrip to Jacksonville and points guarding attendance of mem-*
North The charter of the orbers. A discussion as to the attending.
ganization was approved andtype of entertainment that Plans have been announced
will be submitted to the tpould be resented to the Plans have been announced
Courts for certification and members broht out som for a dance tt i be
adoption. Reports of the var- very valuable suggestions and sponsored by the Loyalty
ious committees were adopted will be acted upon shortly. club, the auxiliary of the
and approved,. sEmunah Chapter O. E.S.
S- *, I dancing followed the us The dance will be held at the
The.Junior.Hadassah ob-meeting. A meeting of the C
The Junior Hadassah Board of Governors will be City Club on Sunday, March
served Purim with a celebra- held next Monday evening, 22, begnnng at 9 p. mmittan
tion at Kaplan Hall last Mon- March 9th at the home is incharge of a committee
day night when a very inter-i Weiss, 1424 N. W. headed by Bob Wallis who is
testing program was presen- Secod street and all mem- being assisted by Ed Wolf,
ted. A piano selection by S n Lena Simon
Stella ADizoanvocal selections bers of the Board are urged and Mesdames Lena Simob
Stella Dizon, vocal selections attend. The next general and Sadye G. Rose. Very elab-
by Lula Mitchell accompanied meetingof the members will orate entertainment is being
by Stella Dizon, a debate on be hled next Wednesday eve- planned for presentation dur-
"Which is better, the Haman- ning, March th at the club ing the evening, in addition
tash or the Doughnut" parti- rooms in the Congressbuild- to the dancing that will be en-
cipated in by Gertrude Dietz ing, when dancing will follow joyed.
and Beatrice Goldenblank, the business session, and will nIIi I
were among the features of last from 10 to 12
the evening program. A j l fo A ll -
Pruim travesty with Francis The Executive Board of the
Williamson as the Reader, Zionist District held an im-
Veeda Cromer as the King, I
Sylvieeda Cromhauney as Vasthe King, portant meeting at the offi-
Sylvia Chauncey as Vashti,president, Mr.
Hannah Mack as Queen Esth- Harr Simonhoff, last Mon-
e, Paula Thaler as Hma day night. Plans for the work
Betty Wolfe as Mordecai, and of the organization were dis-
Lena Weinkle as the Map of cusd and a dance will be
Shushan was presented dur- itn a ve short time
ing the evening. Dr. A. Wolf- to help raise funds to carryime
son well known Zionist spoke to help raise funds to carry
on "How Purim is celebrated on the work of the local dis-
on c How Purim 4i cetrict. On the dance committee
in Palestine". At the conclu- are Messrs. A. H. Furr, as
are Messrs. A. H. Furr, as
sion of the program refresh- chairman and Jos. M. Lipton
ments including hamantash- and Baron De Hirsch Meyer
On March 16, the Junior were appointed. The organiz-
Hadassah wi sponsor a gift action is sponsoring the first
Hadassah will sponsor a gift mass meeting of the district
-i- under the new officers next
|"Off Flgl er-Off Prices" Sunday night at the Beth
Thrifty Women Shop at Jacob Congregation, Miami
Beach, when Rev. Z. H. Mas-
i liansky will speak.
IN HONOR of
On Psover the choicest of
everyhing distinguishes the
Jewish Home. Manishewitz
Mato and Matzo products
are the choicest of their
kind-produced in the larg.
et Kosher Matzo akery in
S t world. In demand
MA ISTW ITZ
GIVE THE WIFE A TREAT!
Let her enjoy the unexcelled, appetizing and delicious
Cooking of the well-known Mrs. Goldstein
G & R KOSHER RESTAURANT
403 N. E. 2ND AVE.
50c and 75c LUNCHES
and a Regular 12-course Dinner for $1.00-Served to 8 P. M-OPEN TO
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Southeastern Floridas Agricultural, Industrial
Educational, and Farm Interests, Present the
MARCH 9th TO 14th'
- FIESTA OF 1931--
GORGEOUS MUSICAL PAGEANT
ZACCHINI- HUMAN BULLET
SHOT BODILY FROM MONSTER CANNON
MIAMI RACING ASSOCIATION
Florida Derby Saturday
The Climaxing event of the 45-day meet--the most successful in th
history of the Florida Turf, last day of the races.
AND A FINE PROGRAM OF SIX OTHER RACES
Music by Caesar La Monaca and His Al M mid B ad
Race Trains Direct to Track Leaving F. C C 9City StaiMl #10-P-p
Racng Every day but Sunmday
Bune at Frequet Intervahi from VYAentjArcDg* :M 4 i
Cdmirmo f ta Bwul
MAJOR BARCLA4 I WARUXbOMs,
L&A4 MEDUflF zAND F j
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THE MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
Invites all to Attend
Honoring the late
P. M. ROSENGARTEN
SUNDAY, MARCH 8, AT 7:30 P. M.
at its Synagogue 1545 8. W. Third street
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