The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
May 1, 1931
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Vol. IV.-No. XVIII.


Announcements

MAIM
JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
1545 8S. W. 3rd Street
ISAAC M. WAPNER
Rabbi
The usual Friday evening
services will begin at 8:15 p.
n. Friday evening. Saturday
morning the services begin at
) a. m., and Rabbi Wapner
ill preach the sermon on the
portion of the week. Cantor
qathan Wroobel will chant
he services. Afternoon ser-
rices begin 6 p. m. The regis-
ration for children to attend
he Talmud Torah will con-
inue another week and all
parents are urged to register
heir children and provide
hem with a real Jewish edu-
ation and training.

CONG. BETH DAVID
conservative )
1i9 N. W. Third Avenue
I. LM MACHTEI
Rabbi


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Rabbi to Begin Oragnization Large Mass Meet-
Of Miami Mizrachi Groups ing Saturday Night


Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld
who arrived in Miami last
Friday in the interests of the
Mizrachi Zionist movement
spoke at the late services in
the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation last Friday
night and is preparing to or-
ganize a permanent Mizrachi
group in Miami prior to the
initiation of a brief campaign
for the Mizrachi Palestine
Funds.
The Mizrachi movement
whose slogan is "The Land of
Israel, foi the people of Israel


authorities throughout the
entire world to rank with the
foremost, and is the best and
most complete system of edu-
cation provided in the Holy
Land.
Stress is at the present
time being laid upon the fact
that contrary to. the popular
belief that only old men are
identified with the Mizrachi
movement, the greater part
of the Mizrachists in Pales-
tine are young men and wo-
men, who are tillers of the
soil, builders, factory workers.
and "Chalutzim" in every
sense of the word. The "Poe]
Hamizrochi" composed of
young men and women is be-
ing supported by the world
Mizrachi organization. They
maintain at the present time
a number of oil, soap and silk
factories 'and provides not
only work but instruction for
those not versed in the work.
They maintain employment
agencies throughout Pales-
tine for the benefit of these
workers.
A centre is now being built
in Jerusalem by the Mizrachi
which will not only provide a
home and centre for the
young girls who will live
there but will also be a school
to provide them with instruc-
tion in various branches of
home economics.
Rabbi Weisfeld is now on a
tour of the South and South-
western part of the United
States for the purpose of edu-
cating the people the import-
ance of Mizrachi work. On this
tour he has formed a num-
ber of very active Men's and
Women's Mizrachi organiza-
tions, and has organized a
number of campaigns for the
purpose of raising funds for
the varied Mizrachi activities.
While in Miami he ull hold
several group meetings at
which time it is hoped that
local Mizra~i groups will be
formed. After completing his
work in/the district Rabbi
Weisf d will go to Atlanta
for s ,eral weeks and then to
Ne Orleans.

martin Chochem

Sings to Audience


SThe Miamians, an organiz-
Sation formed last year to pro-
Stect the tax payer's interests,
will hold a large mass meet-
Sing in Bay Front Park on
Saturday night to discuss the
proposed changes to the city
Charter. Chief among the
t measures advocated is the
change from the commission
form of government in which
i the five commissioners are
t chosen by the entire city.to a
- system whereby twelve 'men
- will be elected to the cgmmis-
sion, each representing twelve
different sections of the city,
This method will give a more
I direct representation to the
varied interests of the differ-
ent cities. Mr. John W. Har-
I per, president of the organiz-
ation and one of its founders
Swill preside. He is at the
.presenLtime a candidate for
Sthe City Commission.

iBnai Brith Hears
National Officer

At the regular weekly
luncheon of the Bnai Brith
organization held at the Pala-
tial Kosher Restaurant last
Wednesday the principal
speaker was Richard Gutts-
tadt, educational director of
Bnal Brith. In his address he
pointed out the varied activi-
ties carried on by the national
Bnai Brith. He mentioned the
Hillel Foundation, devoting
its work to the students of
the large Universities; the
anti-defamation league, the
activities in Mexico, and its
influence with press and news
agency to keep from print
anything that is unfair and
derogatory to the good name
of the Jewish people.

with encores in a lighter
strain, delighted the audi-
ence. The singer was assisted
on his program by Al Moss,
local violinist, accompanied at
the piano by Dr. B. Blicher.
Mrs. M. L. Pastroff accom-
panied Mr. Chochem.
The auditorium was artisti-
cally decorated with baskets
of gldioli, snap dragons,
maril and fern. The
f anPl o hed agew-


Friday evening services at according to the Torah of Is-
emple Israel, 137 N. E. 19th rael" was organized by the
street, at 8:15. Dr. Jacob H. world famous Rabbi Jacob
plan will use as his subject Reines about thirty odd years
review and criticism of the ago, shortly after the begin-
atest book by Heywood ning of the political Zionism
roun together with George inaugurated by Dr. Theodore
ritt, entitled "Christians Herzl. Though Mizrachi is an
nly, A Study in Prejudice," independent international or-
book written for both Jews ganization, yet it is actively
nd Christians and is worth allied with the Jewish agency
while reading. Come and upon whose governing boards
ring your friends as you the Mizrachi is represented
ill regret if you miss this and at the world Zionist con-
ecture. The public is always gresses. The movement
welcome, stresses Orthodoxy boPi in
theory and practice in Pales-
EMPLE ISRAEL of MIAMI tine. The international organ-.
(Reform) ization is headed by Rabbi
137 N. B. 19th Street Meyer Berlin whose home is
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN now in Palestine, and the
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN American office headquarters
abbi are in New York city,,where
"Retrospect" will be the some of the most prominent
subject of Rabbi Machtei's Rabbis and laymen are 'ac-
sermon at the late services tively engaged in the estab-
tonight beginning at 8 p. m. lishment of active Mizrachi
The rabbi will discuss the branches throughout the Uni-
value of past performances in ted States.
Jewish history as an influ- Besides the establishment
ence in shaping the future of a number of colonies where
destiny of Judaism and fu- Orthodoxy is strictly obser-
ture contributions of Israel ved, the founding of one of
to mankind. Cantor Louis Palestine's most active and
Hayman will chant the ritual, important Banks, the Mizrachi
A social hour will follow Bank with several branches,
and the public is invited, the establishment of a con-
Services on Saturday morn- struction company, the "Olim
ing will begin at 8:30 and the Bonim" whose endeavor it is
Yiddish sermon will be to not only construct but to
preached at 10 a. m. Sunday finance construction in Pales-
school classes will be held tine cities and colonies, the
from 10 to 12 on Sunday Mizrachi movement has set
morning. Daily services are out to establish and has at
held at 7:30 a. m. and at 6:30 the present time the best edu-
cational system in Palestine.
CONG. BETH JACOB Hebrew is the language in
(Orthodox) which the pupils are taught,
L. AXELROAD and in the 67 schools main-
..Sn5S tainted by the organization in
Palestine, which includes
Ml Wiasdn Ae four High schools, technic.'
The F. M schools and two teachers se
The FiAdl rening ser- a inaries, everything is taug
turdes beagin sv p. and in the fullest possible man
a. m.turday uervics at x-in the original with the '
a. m. Rabbi Lamarus Axel of- giving the students
nis iarous lay ost complete training I-

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Rats
Even the average New Yorker
does not know of the efforts put
forth to keep rats out of the city,
and incidentally the rest of the
country. Incoming vessels from
foreign ports, where there are no
departments of health, often
swarm with rodents and they car-
ry a menace to everybody in the
country if allowed to come ashore.
To guard against their invasion,
no vessel is permitted to tie up
alongside of a dock, and all gang-
planks are guarded to prevent rats
from coming ashore. Even the
heavy mooring hawsers, ropes
many inches in diameter, are pro-
tected, a huge funnel with the big
end opening towards the vessel be-
ing fixed on each rope to feee
off the rats. But for that they
would be able to saunter ashore
with little difficulty.
The protection is only one of the
many activities the government is
engaged in at the big ports of en-
try.
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Cats
Whether the rats used to be so
plentiful here that cats ware need-
ed as an offset, or W4ateb.. the
reason, there are proba~ Tse
cats to the aqtare mile in New
York than in any other city of the
country. All hours of the day nm
can see them strollizg abol t even
in the busiest of streets and they
are not bothered to-any utert.In
fact,' Ne9w Yorkers are -tileabM'
for their love for ai1.ii
small cfldren, the latter pa'-
arlyr "
o.. It.
One of the moat curious 7i.it7 '
of thqctyto one hoppeM t
safy outrh
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Miami, Florida. Friday. May 1. 1931


pYLWEOr CAMaJB
New York Taxicabs
New York's 80,000 or so taxi-
cabs are to been seen scurrying
around at all hours of the day and
night and they are singularly
cheap to ride in. That is, provid-
ed one does not engage them to
go across town during the rush
hours when the many delays will
make riding in them one of the
most expensive of all trips. The
meter works just as fast when
the cab is standing still as when
it is under way, as in all towns.
The rate averages twenty cents
a mile after the first quarter of a
mile. Which is fifteen cents, and
visitors wonder how autos of the
highest price makes can be used
for such a cheap service. The cars
are specially made to stand up to
the Wear and tear of the city
streets and the frequent use of
brakes.
All New York taxes must be
built to carry not fewer than five
passengers, which is the reason
why there are no Ford taxes used
here. Efforts to introduce Fords
have met with failure, as a car to
conforjr to the law requires a lon-
ger wheel' base than that of the
low priced.'ear. Many Tammany
officials own tck in some of the
big taxi operate companies, and
have opposed any ange in the
law, the results be that the
streets are cluttered up- long
taxicabs when smaller cars uldl
do quite as well.
The average taxicab driver
earns about $35 a week and has
to know a lot about the city to
hold his job.
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DARKNESS
AND DAWN


(Continued from Last Week)
Despite the fact that war
wiped out many of the super-
ficial barriers of life and
most men judged their bud-
dies by one standard, calling
them "white" or "yellow,"
not all men so easily outgrew
their former hatreds. Thus it
was that Isaac Basker suffer-
ed many indignities which he
had not experienced in cos-
mopolitan New York. One day
a man in his squad had said,
"I suppose, Iky, you expect
to tramp around Jericho blow-
ing a silver trumpet until
the fortifications tumble
down?"
Another man had refused
to share a pup-tent with Isaac
saying,
"I'd like to see myself bunk
with a Jew! I'll go to Leaven-
worth before I'd suffer that
insult."
Isaac rose above the pet-
tiness of men and tried to
learn the game of war thor-
oughly, although he was fill-
ed with nausea when the
hard-boiled top-seageant, who
was always boasting, "When
I was in the Spanish War!"
shouted, at bayonet practice:
"Rip open their guts and
let in the daylight!"
After many weeks back of
the lines, Isaac jabbed his
bayonet into the hay;t iffed
dummies as thoug/"'Leting
in the daylight",w*ere all in a
day's work. He won a corpo-
ral's chevrons and, by the
time his outfit "moved up,"
he was wearing three stripe.
,-- .. When B Company scuffed
into one of the most danger-
ous sectors on the French
front, Isaac's heart was back
in the second-hand furniture
shop on Sixth Avenue; he al-
so found himself longing t~
run his fingers up and down
the neck of his 'cello. He had
heard men talking about "the
glory of war that transform-
ed ribbon-clerks into heros,"
but he had found war dirty,
bloody, death-dealing work.
When he jumped out of the
muddy trench at zero hour
and crawled towards the
enemy, he was filled with an
unspeakable loneliness; he re-
called his aged father's words
"God will be with you." He
trembled with fear, but his
brain forced his unwilling
body ahead until he had cap-
tured a machine-gun nest,
single-handed, by tossing in
a hand grenade. He captured
eight Germans and drove
them back to the home-lines.
For bravery in action, he was
ordered back to an officer's
training camp to receive fur-
ther instructions in man-
killing.,
The life of a non-commis-
sioned officer is hard enough,
but that of a second lieute-
nant is worse. When Isaac
earned his gold bar and was
.. sent as casual officer to the
.. 817th Infantry, he learned
that the life of a "Shave-
tail" was, at best, proof of
the ancient adage, "between
i- the dil. and the deep blue
."d [ tSs a "Second Louie's"


agreeable task to do every-
Ia f the regiment that
alnkbiBa oned officers
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN


orders that please buck-pri-
vates about as niuch as it
pleases a tomcat to be diag-
ged by the tail; backwards,
over a velvet carpet. The of-
ficers of D Company were
outwardly friendly, but a
thousand omissions reminded
Isaac that he was a member
of an outcast race, even
though he were laying his life
upon the altar of sacrifice. As
the 317th Infantry marched.
into the Griman-court sector,
the men sang "Hail, hail, the
gang's all here!" Then word
flashed back to stop singing.
On the morning of November


10th, 1918, Lieutenant Bask-
er stood in the gray morning
with his foot uplifted to the
firing-step, waiting for the
m'nute-hand of his watch to
touch zero-hour. The artillery
behind the lines checker-
boarded the enemy area with
orderly precision, clocking
forward with noisy rhythm.
Flares streamed up the dark
canopy of early morning, re-
vealing in periodic instants,
the mangled trees of Griman-
court, then sparkling down-
ward like a tremendous
Fourth of July display. As
the leader of the Second Pla-


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toon waited, he overheard
Red Kelly, a Duck-private,
sneer, "I'll bet that Jew Louie
will show a streak of yellow
up his spine as broad as this
trench."
"Yeah," grinned his com-
panion, they're all spineless."
Lieutenant Basker grit his
teeth: his heart hurt with the
injustice of Red's remark,
but his only words were,
"Come on, men, let's show
the world that we can wear
our crowns of thorns like a
cap and bells!" Lifting his
foot, he lead the way into No
Man's Land.


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ankes of eQalbr te
Yankees, D Company
into action. Into that
strom, where every man
fear, the Second Platoon
crouched, crawled and
zagged. The rattity-ta
machine guns stabbed
deafening growl of artlij
fire. The agonizing groait
huddled human beings
lost in the deafening clatt
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fied the spurts of flame th
blossomed the dawn. He sa
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VOL. IV.-NO. XVIII.
FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1981


ThB fIlBODWI


FAITH
I. is night. I am being
whirled through space in a
parlor car at something like
50 miles an hour. The car is
br~iHantly lighted. Outside all
is black.
Across the aisle a boy of
tender years is climbing up
on IHis mother's lap, and the
mother, with that light in her
eyes which only mother-love
can inspire, is patting his
curly head. They do not think
of danger. Neither do I. We
have Faith. We have faith in
the engineer. He is a compe-
tent man, or he wouldn't b_
in charge of this train with
its several hundred human
live., He. knows his engine,.
knows the roadway, knows
all the possible things that.
could happen, and is alert to,
avoid them. So we, knowing
his hand is on the throttle,
take it easy and think of
things far removed from rail-
way wrecks.
It seems to me that there
is a loasr this for you and
for m -the mle.n of Faith.
It is not givRe to us to see
var fa iate the future. For
miy ItM I don't want to
know what i goig to happen
to ma N est week or next year.
I am sathed' te keep plug-
gim atas doing my little
job& fn dmr to day as best
I cam-azp trkwting my fate
to tha teat regime whose
handiam the throttle of
your Me& and a be and the
lives of teWMtles eomVr tho-
sands.
The business man who has
faith i not very Uigly to go
wrong.. j is *Sing tor steer
his ship of commerce thagh
the trouble waters of ms-
fortune, perhaps even ader-
sity, with. serenity boa of
the ota that bt-
ing can ha imn pesmflaet-
ly so TlongX e sees d5 wdy
and a a wIa* fheN siDlbe
many hamde; to tuMd
his-wil
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Our return to prosperity
recalls an old picture in
Punch: A passenger on a
slow train asks a station
agent, "When do we get out
of here?" The agent replies,
"That depends." "Depends on
what?" persists the passen-
ger. "That again depends,"
says the agent.
Perfumed ink is a. new de-
velopment in the printing
trades. I look forward to see-
ing under a masthead: "This
'is the finest newspaper you
ever smelled."
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Counsel-I would like to
put it this way, your honor,
Supposing I were to see your
honor going into a saloon ...
"Coming in," corrected the
judge."
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, The manufacturer of a phr.
enology machine advertises
that it is. a. sure money-mak-
er, but I imagine in these
times it is taking the bumps
right along with the others.
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Don't judge a disinfectant
by its smelL
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Cruel words seldom cut a
lazy person to the quick.
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Don't think a national debt
isn't a blessing-to the bank-
!ers.
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Things are actually what
they seem-about one time in
a hundred.
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Work is nature's physician,
but most people prefer some
other doctor.
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No man is ever so friend-
less that he can't find some
one to jolly him along.
The briny breakers at the
sea-shore are less dangerous
than the heart-breakers.
Physicians are called upon
to prescribe for the imagina-
tion of tner than anything
else.
S!I'
The woman who takes in
all a man tells her often does
it merely for the purpose of
taking him in.

Tommy-Mothers is awful.
His Father-Why, Tommy ?
Tommy If my ears is
dirty, mother washes 'em and
if my ears is clean she whips.
me fer going' swimming. "

Faith who believe that
right is right and will trim
umph: who sticks to his prin.
ciples and the ideas though
the thunder eof misudel r
standing crash above him and
the lightning of malice bli.
him now a them -thatoma
will win all that is worth
while in life. We who were *n
that train in the nitt bad
faith in the engineer, andw e
arrived at htr dltnat#3i
safely. We who are all tra*
ern ot graeari loSy
journey towaft< Stern Sy
must have ftithm i the Ge
Hnwineet' Wefa* knowflet


if wve d 4
rive at .eat thju

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Pled&e to a Lady
On your lips, my lady fair,
Trembles that eternal
query,
Often I. have read it there
And it never makes me
weary.
Is my heart for you alone?
What a question, my en-
trancer,
Though quite willingly I owi
You're entitled to an ans
wer;


And I give it to you now
I sincerest asservation,
tUlia. 4&L M.uIlH T I we e


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TAKE TIME TO THINK IT OYE


There is a man, now old in years but still very vigoroMs,
who built up the largest company of its kind in this coW-
try. One of his younger associates was recently giving.o m
some sidelights on his character and methods.
"Whenever we had some especially big problem on lbe
the same thing invariably happened," he said. "It might h'.
a building program involving the investment: of million oq
the launching of a new product, or a plan for extending
our operations into a foreign country.
"Always, in the midst of our discussions, the Old hAa
would bring his fist down on the desk with a bang,
"'We will stop right here,' he would say. 'We will nt
decide a single thing. I am going away to the country forw
two weeks to rest and fish. When I come back I wil tel
you how to run this company.'"
My niformant sad that the OCld Man invariahlv rtlnm.


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Nothing is in reservation. ed with a better perspective, clearer wision and fresh cour-
age.
Let me whisper in your ear, Years ago I read a biography of Benjamin Disraeli who,
I'm a loyal, cheerful. giver, began life, as you will recall, as a writer with publishing,
My heart' all to you, my ambitions. He conceived the idea of a magazine, and; wae
dear, bold enough to hope that he might persuade Sir Walter Scott
Though another owns my to be its editor.
liver. He took the train to the city where Scott lived and r.
? r rived late in the afternoon. Instead of making his cll
So live that you won't be at once, he registered at the hotel, ordered a comfortiale-
just one of the also-fells when room, and went to bed. ,,
the accident happens. In recording the experience, he said that he had .ma4i
It I up his mind, even in those early days, never to attempt. a
difficult interview when he was tired.
Want Ad. Two men of my acquaintance were thrown out of ea-.
For sale-a heart ployment by a merger. They were men of ability for whui
The price is high opportunities were sure to open sooner or later,
But, oh, hope The first man proceeded to worry himself'into a state
That you wil buy, of nervous inefficiency. He hurried around among his
If so we'll close friends; he let fear show in his eyes and face.
The sale today. The other man went away. When I met him last he
I only ask was sun-browned and rested; he had purchased some new
Your heart for pay. clothes, and was starting out serenely to conquer the world
I r Most of us have to take our vacations at stated inter#
First Camper-What's this vals, which are fixed by the routine of business rather than.
stuff? by our personal desires. But it is possible for even the
Second Camper Heavens, humblest of us to avoid the mistake of making important
man!l That's poison iVy. decisions when our minds are weary or worried.
First Camper--Well, don't Lots of times the best thing we can do is to say: ."
worry. I just picked some; I shall now turn my back on this desk and leave the office
haven't eaten any. and I will not think about this thing again tonight.
I I "Tomorrow will be a new day and, if I am rested, a dajr
Seven men were in a gro full of much more courage and wisdom. Se my decision wil
cery store today. One was & be sounder and braver than it can possibly be today."
reporter. Six of the men told :
the reporter how to run a
newspaper, but no one told
the grocer how to run his TH E E
store. Why is it that nearly
everybody knows how to. run
a newspaper and only a few '
people know how to run a Al
store? GAN ,'
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Some men get. into finan-
cial straits and others get
into financial crookedness.
1 !
With the exception of our.
selves no one ever does things
as they should be done.


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Nothing hurts a
pinning his faith to
en idea and being
by the pin.


man like
a mistak-
scratched


In matrimonia afatMrs the
idivaoe is sometimes tbl, wis-
est part.
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SIf aH flfgat1s graold age
Smet be wHecuredb lay.-
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unless. you ame i. the mas"n
bat.
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erolpuot k hratzt ruh
ier husband. r
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nally savor rf. quknilty lis
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Almost in despair, I am wondering if I shall live to .ee
my friends of the laity become so educated-rcall it. intelli
gent if you will-that they will not be "taken in" byMj-Ah ,
bugs?
In charity, I must admit that some very ignorant speak
pursue their detestable games, in the firm beef that tWier
are benefactors of mankind, and can cure the thittgaW *ey
press, to; they are so blindly ignorant that they .balie
they have skill that the educated physician dams not psa
seas, One of the most illiterate men I tever samr beYbm
he ceml cure cancer-honestly believed it. He b oasied oit
l that he "knew more about a cancer than any of there
ed doctors He did not have the intelligence to distin-
guish between a common pimple and a, maliant drs
Of couas he deceived only the most stupidpelep., hat .
semed plety to give him asuh a largeclisentel .
A late instance.-toda. I was consulted thebsie w
ao by afasmr's wife,, who was una to lea, her,
chair, bting afflieted with "ultip saebrouisg' d
the spinal cord, which pralyaed her limbs-aht i
walked for over two years. .
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tha k aen sher ea, ; S aweL WSe

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***-**-*********** bridge last Tuesday night at Mr. Sam Lesnoff a brother
',' '1the Boulevard Inn on Bis- of the bride will be best man.
Scayne boulevard. Prizes for There. will be groomsmen,
high scores were awarded at flower girls and ushers. There
[ each individual table. A will be a reception following
o prize was also won by Mrs. the ceremony at the Talmud
[ E. Bowman. During the eve- Torah hall of Beth David.
ning refreshments were ser- Immediately after the receT-
*******o+++..o+ o_ ved. A very: enjoyable time tion the bridal couple will
S'--- was had by all. leave'for a honeymoon tr;p
evening various refreshments North.
were served and At a late The installation dinner of *
hour a luncheon was served, the Sisterhood of Temple Is- Bertha Berkowich Levy
Among the guests present rael will be held at the Coral (Mrs. Hyman N.) will leave
were Rabbi Isaac M. Wapner, Gables Country club next shortly to reopen her camp in
Cantor and Mrs. Nathan Monday, May 4, when Mrs. J. the Blue Ridge Mountains for
Wroobel, Helen Wroobel, Mr. A. Richter who is chairman girls for the coming summer.
and Mrs. S. Haas, Mr. and of the committee in charge Well known for her activity
Mrs. Nathan Adelman, Mr. will be the toastmistress. Dr. n social welfare work
and Mrs. Max Kupferstein, Jacob H. Kaplan will deliver throughout the country, hav-
Mrs. Walter Falkenstein, Mrs. the invocation and a splendid ing been active in many or-
Ida Buckstein, Mrs. Chas. program will be presented organizations and founder of
Tannenbaum, Mr. and Mrs. through the efforts of Mrs. the Baltimore Y. W. H. A.
Louis Vangilder and Mr. and I. M. Weinstein. Reservations Mrs. Levy's camp has become
Mrs. J. L. Shochet. for this affair should be made famous as an ideal camp for
with Mrs. Richter immediate. -he training of the Jewish
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dub- ly, girl. The Jewish Dietary laws
ler will entertain all their are strictly observed, every
friends at a house warming Mr. Murray Grossman will form of athletic activity is
Sunday evening, May 3rd, leave shortly for the North to enjoyed by the girls, such as
from 8 to 12 p. m., at their be associated with the Black miniature golf, volley bail,
new home, 1303 Madrid ave., Apple Inn Loch Shelldrake archery, swimming etc. Read-
Coral Gables. and is expected to return in ing, writing and arithmetic -s
the early fall. provided for those who desire
The Loyalty Club will hold to "brush up" for the coming
an important business meet- Mr. and Mrs. Sam Golden- school term under the most
ing at the home of Mrs. Rose blank are now at their new pleasant surroundings. Ns-
Baskind Kohl, 944 Meridian home, 1900 S. W. 11th ter- ture study, art work, drama-
avenue, Miami Beach next race, to which they have re- tic training in short anything
Wednesday evening, May 6th cently moved. that may help the girl to-
at 8 p. m. Cards will be played wards the realization of a bet-
immediately after the busi- Mrs. Leon Levitt entertain- ter trained mind and body is
ness meeting. ed two tables of bridge at ully developed.
her home 1269 N. W. Fifth *
Beth David Sisterhood is street, last Wednesday after- A very important meeting
sponsoring a card party at noon. Prizes were awarded to of the executive board of the
the home of Mrs. Samuel J. Mrs. Louis Baron and Miss Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
Aronowitz next Wednesday, Josephine Ross for high gregation will be held at the
May 6th, when Mrs. Arono- scores. The home was beauti- Synagogue next Monday
witz will be the hostess. fully decorated with cut flow- night, May 4th, at 8 p. m.
Prizes will be awarded for ers and carried out in silhou- when important matters will
high scores and refreshments ette motif. During the after- be discussed. All members are
will be served. Those desiring noon refreshments consisting urged to attend promptly.
to attend are asked to phone of varied salads were served. The following week an impor-
their reservations to Mrs. Among those present were tant meeting of the Congre-
Aronowitz immediately. Mrs. Mac Reisman, Albert nation will be held to act up-
Lichtenstein, Reuben Clein, on certain recommendations
The formal installation S. J. Spector, Louis Levitt, that the Executive Board is
banquet of the Senior Coun- Louis Baron and Miss Jose- expected to make.
cil of Jewish Women will be phine Rosg. *


At a meeting of the Ladies
Auxiliary of the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation
held last Tuesday afternoon
plans for the picnic to be giv-


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O W L. a "- A M- I -- -
e served. The regular weekly meet- --
tesses are ing of the A. Z. A. Junior ftwrL o I i
irs. Louis Bnai Brith was held at Kap- I m 11
cordially lan hall last Thursday night 1aUI(rU Qthrtp. f 1gi i h
when Sydney Leuchtag was W Dlivr i8 h
one of the initiatees. The next We Deliver complex
carry Seit- meeting of the organization n dl1 i d ely -v..
number of will be a social event and will B U 1 oonabler. e at. rea.
r night in be held on Thursday night as ... of... *
Irs. Jacob usual. 1atfatin p ho 3-3
Fork city, n w 3t07a N AT o 1 NAL
and prizes The Sisterhood of Tepe 21" he ~~~NAUNTION
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eh the Gh i Ofr the n
Torah and nSulday'
were disjiuaedF P1ans. to
affair will be announce
an early date.
The concluding pro
for the winter season o
Tewish Radio Hpur incl
one of'the best presents
that has possibly been giv
Featuring an address b
Aabbi Israel H. Weisfl
of New York city, several ..
elections by little Leon
Rose on the cello, accompi,
ed by Miss Mildred Gree%
erg on the piano, three num.
ers by Mrs. Evelyn Rafft
ompanying herself, and'h
bne number being acconlpagi
led by Miss Sylvia Miller oj
the violin, a number by Can
tor Louis Hayman, a splendid,
Song by Mrs. Barney Kraft,
a duet from Shulamis by Cai
tor Hayman and Mrs. Kraft,
Who were accompanied at the
piano by Miss Frances Kane,,
several piano selections.'
Miss Kane, a splendid
number by Miss
Bader, ahd a brief address b
Leonard pastein, the pro
jws full of enjoyable acetl
tfrbm the beginning of th
hbur to the very end. 'T 1
programs will again begin in.
June for half an hour ach
Sunday and will return to t*e
full hour program beginning
:with the month of November ,


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Is Now In Its New Quarters
114 N. Rosemary St..
West Palm Beach
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(Continued from Page 4)
A very beautiful and well
attended event was the re-
ception tendered Rabbi Israel
H. Weisfeld of New York city
last Tuesday night by the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation at the Synagogue. Mr.
Louis Vangilder one of the of-
ficers of the Synagog acted
as toastmaster and presented
the speakers, Mrs. Ida Buck-
stein president of the Ladies
Auxiliary spoke on behalf of
her organization and express-
ed the pleasure of being able
to show to the Rabbi the re-
sults of the work begun by
him several years ago while
in Miami. Rabbi Isaac M.
Wapner of the Congregation
delivered a stirring address in
Yiddish and at the conclusion
on behalf of those present
and the congregation pledged
that the work begun by Rabbi
Weisfeld for Orthodoxy would
be carried on. Among others
who delivered brief addresses
Were Mr. H. M. Drewitch,
Rabbi B. D. Mendel, M. Pritz-
ker, Mrs. Wm. Mecklowitz,
Mrs. Harry Seitlin, and J. L.
Shochet. C a in to r Nhthan
Wroobel of the Congregation
sang. The principal address
of the evening was delivered
by Rabbi Weisfeld and in his
talk he congratulated the
Congregation, its officers and
the Ladies Auxiliary upon the
splendid work accomplished.
He urged them to continue
the good work begun and
would carry on in a true
spirit of real Judaism. At the
conclusion of the formal part
of the evening's program re-
freshments of all kinds were
served by a committee of
ladies. At a late hour the pro-
gram was concluded.
*
The members of the A. Z.
A. Junior Bnai Brith organiz-
ation will attend the late ser-
vices at Beth David Synago-
gue tonight in a body. They
will listen to the sermon of
Rabbi S. M. Machtei.
*
The young ladies of the Mi-,
ami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation recently formed the
Delta Sigma Tau sorority for
the purpose of advancing
Jewish culture among the
younger Jewish set. The or-
ganization meets every Thurs-
day evening at the Syna-
gogue for a cultural and so-
cial program. The officers
elected are: Pearl. Rubin,
president; Mildred Clein, vice
r resident; Esther Wroobel,
secretary; Louise Goldberg,
treasurer. Members of the
executive board are Ruth
Drewitch, Claire Hodes, Ruth
Axelroad, eItty Ornstein,
Natalie Pa~;t and Ida May
Gilman.
o *
Beth David Sisterhood held
a card party last Wednesday
night at the home of Mrs. B.
Rayvis when she and Mrs.
Wm. Friedman were the host-
esses. About twelve tables of
bridge wew pOj i y A Plsee
were won-t ieat.,o ..Mink,


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late hour refreshments con-
sisting of sandwiches, salads
and punches.
0 *
A bridge and dance will be
given next Monday night,
May 4th, at 8 p. m. at the
Miami Woman's club, 1737 N.
E. Bayshore Drive by the
Senior Chapter of Hadassah
following a special showing
of the moving pictures taken
of the recent "Trip Abroad"
in which the Hadassah was
represented in several Pales-
tinian scenes. Prizes will be
given for high scores and re-
freshments will be served. An
invitation is extended to- all
Miamians and Hadassah
friends to attend what is cer-
tain to be a very interesting
and entertaining evening.
0
Miss Frances Kane, well
known local Jewish artist will
play a piano solo at the pro-
gram of the Mana-Zucca Club
next Monday afternoon, May
4th, at Mazica Hall, when she
will play Chopin's Nocturne
in C Sharp Minor.
*
At a regular meeting of
the Junior Council of Jewish
Women which was held at the
club rooms in the Ventiari
building, plans were drawn
for the novelty or Bargain
dance held at Studio Hall last
Thursday night, as this paper
was going to press. The coun-
cil is sponsoring a business
scholarship to be awarded to
a worthy Jewish girl. A social
hour followed the business
meeting.
*
A regular Board meeting
of the Junior Council of Jew-
ish Women will he held on
Monday, May 4, at the home
of Miss Georgia Roth, 2127
S. W. 11th terrace. All mem-
bers of the Board are urged
to atetnd.
*
SOCIETY .... them ..............
The Loyalty Club sponsor-
ed what was probably one of
the largest card parties of the
season at the home of Mrs.
Bert Friedman, when she and
Mrs. Etta Wolfe were the
hostesses. Prizes were award-
ed to Sam Meyerson, Louis
Raidman, Selma Meyerson
and Rita Gordon. Refresh-
ments were served.
*
Aaron Reder and Miss Jean
Balber who were married at
a civil ceremony last Satur-
day night were united in mar-
riage at a religious ceremony
last Thursday evening (Pes-
ach Sheni), at the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congrega-


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Bertha Berkowich Levy, own-
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Mountain Catnp for girls.
tion by Rabbi Isaac M. Wap-
ner. The couple is expected to
leave for Boston the latter
part of this week.
S
Mr. Lewis Brown president
of Beth David returned from
a combined business and
pleasure trip to Havana.


WEST PALM BEACH
ACTIVITIES

The Sisterhood of reform
congregation Beth Israel,
West Palm Beach, will hold
its regular meeting and an-
nual election Tuesday, May 6,
at 1:30 p. m., in the Louisi-
anna Cafe. Officers will be
elected and a program present.
ted. The meeting is under the
direction of Mrs. Carl N. Her-
man and Mrs. M. Pastroff.
Mrs. Dave Feldman is the
president of the Sisterhood.
of the Ssterhood. Dr. Carl N.
Herman will deliver an ad-
dress at the meeting.
*
The religious school of
Beth Israel congregation and
the school of Temple Israel
in Miami have arranged to
hold a joint picnic on Sunday,
May 31, at Ft. Lauderdale.

At the recent election of
officers of Beth Israel con-
gregation, Mr. Sam A. Gold-
stein was elected president,
Mr. Jacob Fein vice president
Mr. 0. P. Gruner, treasurer,
Mr. Harry Surkin, financial
secretary; Mr. M. Pastroff,
corresponding secretary, and
Dr. Carl N. Herman was re-
elected the Rabbi.
*
Confirmation services will
be held in Temple Beth Israel
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on Sunday morning, May 24.
the confirmands are Sylvia
Felga, Jane Lins, Herbert
Kerman and Morton Prager.
0
Closing exercises for the
Beth Israel religious school
will be held Sunday morning,
May 17, at 10 a. m. in the
Temple.
*
The adult group which has
been studying Biblical litera-
ture under the direction of
Dr. Herman once each week
through the winter, will hold
its final meteing this week,
for the season.
*
Rabbi S. Wrubel and wife
left last Monday for their
new home in Dallas Texas.
Last Friday evening the Rab-
bi preached hs farewell ser-
mon, and he and his wife were
the guest of honor at a recep-
tion tendered them by the
Sisterhood of Eeth El. Mrs.
M. Tessler the president pre-
sided. Well chosen remarks
were made by some of the of-
ficials and a reply by the
Rabbi. Refreshments were
served.
0 *
A very interesting meeting
of Beth El Sisterhood was
held Tuesday night at the
Community House when
plans for the Suvuoth dinner
to be given Sunday, May 24
were completed. All are urged
to join in helping make this
affair a real success because
of the fact the proceeds will
be used towers a very worthy
cause.
o *
Mrs. Ben Ryder, Miss Mur-
iel Rosenwald and Miss Joh-
anna Held returned from Ha-
nava where they have been
for the past ten days where
they had a very pleasant trip.
SM *
Miss Dorothy Gruner is


Those who recall Pihkus
Schrebnick in the Palm Beach
High School class play of '27
will learn with interest that
the young hero of "Puppy
Love," is now connected with
the moving-pictures.
Although not connected
with the acting staff, younh
Schrebnick is with Metro-
Goldwyn-Mayer Studios of
Lulver City, Calif., and is en-
gaged in script work fok
Norma Shearer's new picture
"A Free Soul." Word has just
been received from hi at
Yosemite National Park,
where scenes in the new film
were being made. He left here
January 24 vry suddenly to
assume this new position.
For several years Schreb-
nick was connected with the
Central Farmers Trust Co01
pany at West Palm Beach. /

Tom: "I'd like to give my
fiance a surprise for her an-
niversary present."
Jerry: "Why not tell her
what your income really is ?"
I I
Irate Golfer-You must be
the worst caddie in the world.
Caddie Hardly. That
would be too much of a coin-
cidence.

Mrs. Newlywed-We hadn't
been married a week when
he hit me with a piece of
sponge cake.
Judge Disorderly Con-
duct. Five dollars and costs.
Mrs. Newlywed (sobbing)
-And I'd made the cake with
my own hands.
Judge Assault with a
deadly weapon-one year.


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Page 6 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN WI yMay
-o--m-o= oZSr*SS Bearinghi his human burden, Even though the disasters of game of war, Major. I didface.He continued,
TODAYIsaac crawled up the side of war were his stock-in-trade, not enter the war with my tenthought of
TODAY AND the shell-hole and wiggled the doctor choked, "My dear eyes shut. I did hope that a accidentally discover
frbn hole to hole. Keeping fellow, you tumbled into a bullet with my name written he was near-sighte.I
TOMORROW flat, he was not seen. He had puddle of mustard gas. You on it might discover me if I electrical wizard wept.
wormed his way back about will never see again." were called upon to pay the amblind I Condemned t3
Sfive hundred yards when he The condemned man clinch- ultimate price of solaering." nal darkness His
PARACHUTE felt the burden roll from his ed his nails into his palms but His face t w it c h e d his overcame him: sobs shook
back: Red was dead. Diving spoke with a strange calm: thoughts wrote themselves broad shoulders.
The tragic death of Knute into a hole, Isaac, weakened "It is all a part of the hideous I across the white page of his (Continued Next Wce)
Rockne, the world's most famous
football coach, in anairplane ac- by over-exertion, sank into
cident, brings sharply to the front unconsciousness again. Al- 0--1/1-J1/1'J-J0-'--/M-1J-J / / /
the question of the safety of pas- though he was lying in a pud-
sengers in commercial air naviga- die of gas, he did not attempt
tioe Federal laws to protest his face. When he OFF FLAGLER OFF PRICES
The Federal laws requiring
every passenger-carrying ship or regained consciousness, he
boat to provide life preservers for heard a woman's voice, urg-
every passenger are rigidly en- ing, YFA M UT AY S
forced. There is just as sound rea- Lie perfectly still, Lieute- YU S
son for compulsory legislation re- "Lie perfectly still, Lieute- r I .
quiring a parachute for every pas- nant. You were found by the
senger on an interstate airplane, stretcher-bearers this morn-
Doubtless the transportation com- ing. The war is over, an ar- Cosed All Day Thursday
panies will protest at the sugges- Closed All Day Thursday
tion of carrying more weight. mistice has been signed this
Commercial enterprises are prone morning." In preparation for the
to put profits ahead of human "Did you say that it was
lives. But if they kill a few more morning, nurse?"
Rocknes, whose lives could have
been saved by parachutes, as seems "Yes, it is past noon. The 7th A nn versary Sale
to be true in this case they will armistice was declared at
have neither passengers nor their eleven o'clock."
profits. Isaac tried to rip the ban- R egin ing Today, Friday, at 9 A. M
dage from his eyes, crying,
DARKNESS "My God, I can't see!" He
felt strong hands force his Ready to wear, pajamas, hats, yard goods, cotton dresses, draperies
AND DAWN head back upon the pillow.
The awful realization of his our complete stock all to go at ......
situation flooded his brain:
(Continued from Page 2) attempting to sit up again, he ANNIVERSARY PRICES
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