The Jewish Floridian

The Jewish Floridian


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The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
May 15, 1931
Publication Date:


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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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Miami, Florida, Friday, May 15, 1931

Price 5 Cents


1545 S. W. 3rd Street
The usual early Friday
evening services will be held
at 6:30 p. m. Saturday morn-
ing services begin promptly
at 9 a. m. and the afternoon
services at 6 p. m. On Sunday
morning the usual Sunday
school exercises will be dis-
pensed with because of the
picnic at Hollywood for the
Talmud Torah and Sunday
school children.
Next Thursday evening at
6:45 Shvuoth will be ushered
in with the usual Holiday
services. Friday morning the
Holiday services will begin
promptly at 9 a. m. and the
sermon will be preached by
Rabbi Isaac M. Wapner of
the Congregation.
139 N. W. Third Avenue
At the 8 o'clock services
tonight, Rabbi S. M. Machtei
will preach on "Counting
Days." The Sefirah period
and the counting of the days
between the first and second
Omer will be discussed from
the angle of the lesson ap-
plicable to human conduct.
Cantor Louis Hayman will
chant the ritual. A social
hour will follow and every-
one is welcome. Tomorrow
morning services will begin
at 8:30 a. m.
Shevouth services will be
held Thursday evening, at
6:30; Friday at 8:30 mL,
6:30 p. m. and 8 p. m.; at-
urday at 8:30 a. and 03
p. m. Memorial seri0e6i will
be held on Saturday morning
at 10 a. m. Rabbi Machtei
will preach on Friday morn-
ing, Saturday morning and
at the late service on Friday
night, during the Shevouth
137 N. E. 19th Street
Services Friday evening at
8:15, at Temple Israel, 137
N. E. 19th street. This being
National Good Will Week, Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan will speak
on the subject "The Rectan-
gular Basis of Good Will."
The Rectangular Basis con-
sists of perfect economics,
perfect biology, perfect relig-
ious philosophy and a joyous
creative service.
Commencement exercises
of Temple Israel Religious
school will be held Sunday
morning, May 17th, at 10:00
o'clock. Prizes will be given,
honor certificates presented
and a brief review of the
years' work presented by

each class. Parents and
friends are cordially invited
Mnd most urgently requested
to be present.
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Senior Hadassah

Elects Officers

At the meeting of the Mi-
ami Chapter of Senior Hadas-
sah held last Monday after-
noon the election of officers
was held. Mrs. S. Lutzky un-
til now the president and
original founder of the Mi-
ami chapetr of the Junior
Hadassah was elected presi-
dent. Mrs. Sam Simonhoff,
first vice president; Mrs.
Mrs. Louis Zeientz, second
vice president; Mrs. A. L.
Kanter, third vice president;
Mrs. Milton Weiner, financial
secretary; Mrs. S. Altschul,
recording secretary; .Mrs, H.
Weinberg, corresponding sec-
retary; Mrs. Herbert E.
Kleinman, treasurer. Trus-
tees chosen were Mrs. Morris
Plant, Mrs. M. D. Kirsch,
Mrs. M. Dobrin and Mrs.
Isidor TCohen. Tni e-~~ office rs
will be installed at a luncheon
which will be held on May
25, full details of which will
be announced in next week's.

Community Chest

Given Approval

The Community Chest as
the best method of distribut-
ing charitable funds was un-
animously indorsed by a
meeting Wednesday attended
by directors, representatives
of chest agencies and civic
leaders. Crate D. Bowen,
chairman, directed the pro-

on Thursday evening, May 21
at 7 o'clock. Following are
the names of the confir-
Charlotte Davis, Harriet
Damenstein, Billy Ernest
Jacoby, John Klein, Robert
S. Levin, Eleanor Lustgarten,
Laurence Levenson, Maurice
Orovitz, Marjorie Riesner,
and Milton Wasman.
311 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
Services will be held as
usual Friday evening at 6:30
and Saturday morning at 9 a.
m. with the afternoon serv-
ices at 6:30. Sunday school
begins at 10 a. m. Next
Thursday evening the Shv-
uoth services will be ushered
in at 7 p. m. with the usual
Holiday services. Friday
morning the services will be,
gin at 9 a. m. with Rabbi
i zarus Axelrod preaolhizn .

Mizrachi Organ-

ization Is Formed

At a meeting held last Sun-
day night at the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Synagogue ad-
dresses were made by Rabbi
Lazarus Axelrod of the Mi-
ami Beach Congregation,
Rabbi Isaac M. Wapner of
the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation and Rabbi Is-
rael H. Weisfeld of New
York who came here in the
Mizrachi Zionist interest.
Cantor Nathan Wroobel pre-
sented a musical program. A
permanent organization was
effected and quite a number
of members joined and paid
their dues. Temporary offi-
cers selected were Rabbi
Isaac M. Wapner president,
Nathan Adelman treasurer
and J. Louis Shochet secre-
tary. On the Executive board
Rabbi Lazarus Axelrod and
-Mr. B. Silverman were chos-
en. The organization will
shortly begin a campaign
here for membership and will
start a series of Zionist cul-
tural meetings in its behalf.
T; Campaign for the Miz-
rachi Palestine Campaign
which has been quietly con-
ducted during the past two
weeks succeeded in raising
the quota originally set by
the organization.
The Mizrachi Zionist Or-
ganization is an international
movement headed by Rabbi
Meyer Berlin with American
headquarters at New York
city, and represented on the
Jewish agency, and has been
conducting an independent
Palestine campaign this year
throughout the world.

Orthodox School

To Hold Picnic

The first picnic sponsored
by the Ladies Auxiliary of
the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation for the children
of the Sunday school and
Talmud Torah will be held on
Sunday, May 17, beginning
at 9:15 a. m. when the chil-
dren will meet at the Syna-
gogue and from there be tak-
en to the Hollywood Casino
where a good time will be
prepared for them.
Athletic and water sports
contests have been planned
and prizes will be given for
the winners of the various
events. Refreshments will be
provided. There will also be
games for the adults who will
attend. In charge of the
event is a committee headed
by Mris. Harry Seitlin as
chairman and !MTB. M : .Ir:r
Duble~ i~r~ aaf'ant hiiraan

Jewish Boy Vic-

tor In Contest

In a contest to decide the
representatives of the Miami
High School to take part in
the finals of the Spanish
profficiency contest for a
cup offered by the Spanish
Government, Harold Tannen-
baum was chosen as one of
its two representatives. The
High Schools of Dade Coun-
ty will have their representa-
tives take the final examina-
tions on Saturday night at
the High ScEJol and the win-
ner of this contest will re-
ceive the cup presented by
the Spanish government for
general proficiency in the
knowledge of the Spanish lan-
guage. Harold is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. I. Tannenbaum
of this city and has been an
active participant in student
affairs of the Miami High.
School. He is one of the offi-
cers of the A. Z. A. (Junior
Bnai Brith organization.)

Attempts Made to

Convert Jews

Of interest during the Na-
tional Good Will Week which
is being observed in Miami
and elsewhere this week, is
the story that at the conven-
tion of the Presbyterian
Church which will be held
shortly a report will be sub-
mitted as to the activities of
the Missionary Board to con-
vert Jews to the Christian
faith. In this report, it has
been rumored, the story will
be told of thousands of Jews
who have been converted to
Presbyterianianism and urg-
ing the Church Missionary
Board to further effort along
this line among the Jewish
people, because of the fact,
as the report contends, of
many Jews leaving the Syna-
gogs. When this report was
made known to Jewish lead-
ers, many of them branded
the story of converts as de-
liberately false. Rabbi Wil-
liam Rosenblum of Temple
Temple Israel 91st street and
Broadway, New York city,
stated that the whole story
had been a figment of some-
one's imagination,, and label-
ed the entire matter as one
of deliberate falsehood.
The late Louis Marshall
several years ago protested
against prosely iag efforts
by the federation of churches
who were at "th2 t time lead-

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yIumrer CAMPA
,- Rabbi Naftali Fried, a Bohe-
mian Jew, has been appointed li-
brarian of the Pope's Hebrew li-
brary in the Vatican. He will live
in the papal palace, but under the
strictest rules of the orthodox
Jewish religion; he will not work
on Saturday, his food will be pre-
pared according to the Mosaic law,
and he will have special religious
services for a small Jewish con-
gregation in a synagogue set up
in the headquarters of the Roman
Catholic church.
Learning knows no religious or
racial distinctions. Truth is truth,
in whatever tongue it _speaks.
Men of real learning have no pre-
judices against any other man of
learning merely because he speaks
a different language, dresses dif-
ferently or worships his God by a
different ritual. When Dr. Ein-
stein, one of the world's most
learned men, visited America, how
many people thought of him as a
Jew? All united to welcome and
honor him because of his learning;
his 'religion and race did not mat-

Some Tall Insurance
People along the "main stem"
are pretty well case-hardened to
almost all sorts of big deals, but
one business transaction recently
gave even city people a thrill. It
was the placing of an insurance
policy for $55,000,000 for three
years on two associated risks. The
annual premium was figured at
$91,300, and the risk was distri-
buted among many companies, no,
single one caring to carry all those
eggs in one basket.
The property insured was that
of the new Hudson River bridge
and the Holland tunnel, which
runs under the same river and car-
ries millions of passengers every
yaer. As both structures are as
near fireproof as human hands
can make them the policy cannot
be called fire insurance.
Instead, the policy guarantees
against loss from any "Act of
God," the country's enemies, dep-
redators and other individuals. It
is about as complete coverage as
can be had for such structures.
The Port of New York Authority,
the interstate board which built
and operates the two enterprises,
is forced to carry such insurance
in order to protect the bondhold-
ers who lent the money to build
Moving Day In Gotham
Moving day in the country is a
much more simple occasion than in
large cities, particularly New
York. Even the Metropolis, how-
ever, got a thrill early one Sunday
morning last month. The occasion
was the removal of the treasure of
the Irving Trust Co., amounting
to $3,000,000,000, from the vaults
in the Woolworth Building to the
new building of the bank at No. 1
Wall Street, just across from old.
Trinity Church, a distance of less
than half a mile.
Now a ton of gold, avoirdupois
and not troy, amounts to around
$640,000. Had the treasure been
all in gold it would have meant
that something like five thousand
tons would have been moved. As
most of it was in securities the
job was a lot easier.
In spite of its "simplicity" an
army of machine gunners lined
Broadway for half a mile, side
streets were blocked off by armor-
ed trucks to prevent a raid in
force, and armed guards by the
hundreds stood around and wit-
nessed the transference of the
treasure. All this happened be-
tween 6 and 8 a. m. on a quiet
Sunday morning in otham .
w as not apprised ge er a e
was not .Ippril!d adtme of
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DARKNESS life. "I do believe that God sight oh a strong man whose never knew how many wires scelce galloped
uses our catastrophes to life had been rudely turned had been manipulated to spring. One May
AND DAWN make us finer. Thus we learn upside down. She detected make it possible for Rachael he was walking on th,
that, with God, we are big- the birth of something Bloomstein to accompany him in back of the hospital
S.ger than anything which may strange and wonderful in the back to America as his spe- Rachael Bloomstein. s
(Continued from Last Week) happen to us." blinded man's life, and she cial nurse; he only knew that ing, she picked a few
The handle of Ursa Major tried to formulate this some- he was discovering that all and placed them in m
Isaac seemed to ignore her had swung almost one-quar- thing. Not until she had the world is kind to one who hand, saying,
comment. "The fish-gods ter of the way around the crawled into her cot did the suffers. The long hours on (Continued Next Week)
were kind to usfor improved North Star when Rachael answer flash upon her like the deck of the Von Steuben
to be the night of the May- Bloomstein tip-toed away to the revelation of a high truth, worked miracles for Isaac. To Does you sister swim,
fly hatch. Did you ever hear her room. Her heart was Music was the proper word to his great delight, he learned old?
of the Mayfly, Miss Bloom- brimming over with some- apply to this spiritual rebirth that he was to be sent to Col- Depends on who's with h
stein ? thing akin to pity, but more -this upheaval was' like mo- umbia War Hospital No. 1, Mr. Shye.
"No; please tell me about than pity-an emotion grow- dern music in that it picked in his own New York. He had
them. The quick intuition of ing out of sympathy and up even the dissonances and known the brick building on Well, what did you do wit
the woman understood that blossoming into a deepened clamors of war, and wove the hill when it had been your bathing suit?
her patient's remimscences understanding of a man's them into lovely patterns, used as a hospital for his own I put it in the wash baa
were the finest of medicines heart. She was awed by the! Lieutenant Isaac Basker people. The days of convale- and it just disappeared.
"Well," he continued, "the
Mayfly passes through a *J+++*J++++4+++ +++++++++. 4+++++LS+++++++++ ++++
two-year cycle of growing +
and moulting until it finally +
rises to the surface of the ~
water as a wiggler. To watch
one of those wigglers crack 1 =0 o
open and shake out its yellow 4U
wings, is like witnessing the + 0
dawn of creation. Alas, those
winged poems often meet, = r
with tragedy at the very hour -- r e
of their birth, for the trout
like them dearly. We saw +
hundreds of "trout leaping
silvery under a ragged moon.
The lake was a titanic piece
of black velvet being sewn- +

backward and forward as he W 1
rambled on, as Iugh he ou
held a rod in his hand. His
face flushed as he recalled 4
the days that could never be
again. "Oh, Lady! To sit in tt '
the bow of a canoe, inhaling for the price formerly paid
the odor of your gutde's pipe, f
is to understand what Berg- '
son means by elan vital. We
could hear the forest folks +
wallow down to the plashy '
margin of the lake and hun-
dreds of trout seemed to be i
clapping their tails for joy Cut the cost of operating your car b
I shall never forget that pic- 4 purchasing Goodrich Cavaliers at our
ture, even in my darkness: .
the clouded moon hanging 1931 prices.
over the feathery plumes of + I
the spruces and the mystical +
lake, like a huge basin at the1 Two new fully guaranteed tires for less
feet of Old Katah4d.. Those' t+
trout were game. I can see than you paid for one, three years ago. +
them ripping up and down, Ae
spilling pearls from my line And 1931 Cavaliers give far more
as they fought for life. I re- I mileage...more safety...more comfort. +
turned most of them, wet- '
handed, to their native ele-I Compare these "Two Tire" prices..
ment. I suspect that some of CtpPallott Tire Co I
those Trojans were sore and
educated." As he dropped OI., n .
back upon his pillow, exhaust- Price Price
ed, he could hear the woman Size Each Per Pair Phone 3-1266
asking: 28x4.75-19...... $ 6.65 $12.90
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game fight? Do not our+ 29x4.40-21.............. 4.95 9.60
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after terrific struggle ?" 4 29x4.75-20.... ....... 6.75 13.10 _
Moonlight filled the woman's 29x5.00-19 .. 6.95 13.60
eyes with pools of fire as she 29x5.50-19.._ 8.90 17.30 1.
leaned over th5 wounded man _______ ________
studying his face without em- 4 30x4.50-21.- 5.70 11.10
barrassment, and noticing his + 30x5.00-20.._ 7.10 13.80 4

quivering mouth as he re- + 30x5.25-20._.- 8.30 16.10 N on T e
plied. 4 31x5.00-21------- 7.35 14.30 otO 1e o
"Yes, I am beginning to 31x5.25-21.__ 8.60 16.70
susWct that God has sent 32x5.00-22._ .- 8.10 15.80 "One Stop Service Station"
this catastrophe to me to 3 .00-. 015.80
forceme to think taller + 31x6.00-19 11.00 21.35 500 WEST FLAGLER S T.
thoughts and more fully to 32x6.00-20...........11.45 22.20 Phone 2-2194
appreciate the other faculties 4
which I possess." He was 4+
startled by the vehemence of+
her challenge:
"Not God, Lieutenant. God 4.
must not be blamed for the + '
atrocity of war. God is a gen-+ 4
tle father." She reached over +
and gathered' thq. artistic +
hands, folded across the % =
white sheet, into her warm
ones,as a mother holds the
hands of her son while she .
epl4ins the great mystery ofu .D~a~i~


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Friday; May 156 1981

A Weekly Newpaper
by the
P. 0. Box m27T
Miami, Florida Phone 2-1188
414 EIghth Street
Mn. Schnbnek, tRepusnteh
Entered as second class matter,
July 4th, 1980, at the Post Office
at Miami, Florida, under the act
of March 8, 1879.
Six Months ...................... 1.9
One Yer ......................... s.0
FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1931

Just a brief thought occurs
to one when the second of the
three festivals in Jewish life
rolls around once again. The
Feast of Weeks coming aft-
er the seven weeks of abstin-
ence following the Holiday of
Liberation, is best remember-
ed however, for the "Zman
Matan Torasaynu" the giving
to the Jewish people of the
book of books, the Bible. And
the thought that cannot help
but occur to the thinking Jew
is: Why amongst all the na-
tions and people of the earth
must the Jew alone be
ashamed of the greatest her-
itage ever bequeathed to
man? Why is it that in the
schools it is inevitably the
Jewish child knows least of
the Bible. And one cannot
help but think of the beauti-
ful lines written by the late
Morris Rosenfeld, the renow-
ned Yiddish poet, which we
delight here to quote:
Is it a book, a world, a heav-
Are those words, or flames,
or shining stars,
Or burning torches, or clouds
of fire,
What is it, I ask ye-the

Who inspired these infinite
truts ?
Who spoke through the
mouth of the prophet?
Who mapped out the high
ways of ages,
The glorious lines of the
Who planted the flowers o
In this sacred soil of the
angels? ,
0 dream of Eternity-
0 Light "that. is all and fo
We just wonder whether c
the occasion of Shvuoth the
cannot again be revived
the heart of the Jewish bx
and girl, the Jewish man au
woman, that love for ti
Torah which was hand
down to us at BSina on th
memorabEL- o i A iiM wh
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Of course the heroism of
young Bryan Untiedt was
sensational, but the presence
of a Bryan in the White
House made the story per-
So live that in case of be-
coming known as the Well-
Dressed Mayor you won't
have to worry about white-
wash on your blue serge suit.
The contortionist leads a
double life.
If you are going to sea,
ship with a reckless cap-

It's the early picnicker
that catches the pneumonia.
No man ever sees his faults
through a magnifying glass.
Manslaughter is a penal of-
fense, but man's laughter

isn't see?
If riches didn't have wings
they would be unable to roost
so high.
The highwayman holds up
other people in order to sup-
port himself.

Always give the devil
due-but it's best to keep
of his debt.


I !
When a man's business
runs down the sheriff comes
along and winds it up.
1 II
Give the average man an
opportunity and he will make
a chump of himself.
The Girl Chum says some
people are never satisfied-
the individual who is lucky
at cards would a lot rather
be lucky in finding parking
Owner of Old Car: "My
price, sir, includes everything
you'll need-even road maps."
Prospective Purchas er:
"And what about a railroad
time table?"

"Do you believe
trying in haste
means repenting a
"After a man i
has no leisure."

that mar-
t leisure?"
marries he

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eight. It seems a cruel thing t
to do. The winter after I WHETHER WE FEEL THAT WAY OR NOT
graduated a couple of attic
mice would have starved to A friend of mine tells me that he has recently added
death if my diploma had been to his income by working in the evenings as a press agent
as small at that. for an amusement park.
t I It was his first contact with that great industry which
Daughter: "But, daddy, has grown up out of the rather pathetic eagerness of folks
why do uobect to my be to be happy-to have their minds diverted from their work
why do you object to my be- and worries.
coming engaged? Is it be- wri.
cause of my youth?" He said: "My job has been hard work, but it taught
Father: "Yes- he's hope- me one thing that is priceless-how to look pleasant wheth.
less." er I feel that way or not."
l s s .It reminded me of a conversation I once had with the\
Teacher What is the press agent of a circus. In describing the freaks in the
surest way to keep milk side-show, he remarked: "Ever so often we have to send
from souring?"e them away. They get sucker sore."
Little M Leave it in "Sucker sore!" I exclaimed. "That's a new one on
the cows. me. What's the meaning of sucker sore?"
e c He explained that, in the parlance of the circus, a cus-
No need to go exploring tomer is a sucker. It is not a derogatory term, merely the
now. The scientists tell us conventional phrase.
that the North Pole is mov- "The freaks sit there on their raised platforms, listen.
ing southward at the rate of ing to the comments of the suckers who press around them
seven inches a year. I am go- all day long," he said. "The living skeleton hears the same
ing to select a good location rude jokes a hundred thousand times. The fat lady is polc-
where I can sit by the fire ed at with umbrellas, and kidded by smart young fellows
and see it pass. who imagine that their wise cracks are something abso.
and a. lutely fresh and new.
Si b "Day after day the freaks put up wth it, smiling pa.
tern tosay "no;" it's bet- tiently. But every day the strain of their suppressed emo
ter than "nit." tions grows greater, until finally they want to jump down
St o b off their platforms and bite the customers. Then we have
Stick to your business with to send them away for a rest. They are 'sucker sore,."
the glue of industry. Most of us can sympathize with the freaks; we, too,
I I tt have been sucker sore. There have come days when our
Responsibility that carries tired nerves rebelled against the demands of the customers
no weight is not responsibil- who give us a living; when we grumbled at the Job for
ity. I which we should have been grateful; when it seemed that
Cold cash melts lots all interest had gone from our work, leaving only dull rou-
Cold cash melts lots of tine.
hearts that are not affected It is wise on such days to pull down the desk and walk
by warm love. ,-,, .., +i.n fF,,;.-.i-t.h. .T :llni.. .A U- ..--- ..-.

The experience
is seldom up to

Don't refuse
wife have her

a man buys
the sample

to let your
own way-

she'll have it anyway.
What do the stars remind
you of, Elsie?
Dandelions; they pop out
all over.

It's not
does in a
what the

for peo
holes v
new Er
who mi

i! I bad ch
e Sudden resolutions, like the firs
the suddent rise of the mer- is over'
cury in the barometer, in-
dicate little else than the A lit
- changeableness of the weath- borhoo
er. quite a
I I I in thesis
Diplomas of New York took tw
f high school graduates will be School,
reduced in size this year, and the col
measure only six inches by came
-- home a
falteringly through the ages
despite persecution and tor- While
ture. att
r- And we wonder whether That
the beautiful custom of dec- zes
on orating the house of wor- Weten(
re ship with flowers on Shvuoth tha
in is not because of the fact that For I
oy the Torah should be to us an
nd everlasting symbol of the Engil
he beauties and truths contain- Americ
ed ed therein just as the flowers compete
at and ferns are an everasting at Marl
ch reminder of the beauties of ply the
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what the player
base ball game but
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jaw as a punishment
)ple who listen at key
would be the prope
principal figure in
iglish novel is a fellow
akes his living writing
ecks. We want to be
st to say the character
tle girl of our neigh
d is proving herself:
,n asset to the family
e depressed times. She
ro, cents to Sunday
made change front
election plate when ii
around, and brought
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spinach jokesters still
product with keen
der them a vote of
giving prunes a rest.
neering item: An
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But even this cure does not always work, or can not
always be applied. Sooner or later we have to face the fact
that life is a fight, not a picnic. And one of the elements
of victory, in the words of my friend, is the capacity to
"look pleasant, whether we feel that way or not."



t "Colds" and "heart disease" seem to be in the vast ma-
. jority of American ailments, if one keeps his eyes open to
r complaints at home and watches reports of sudden deaths
out-state. And colds are considered hot at all serious,
though extremely inconvenient to have on hand.
a Let me again hammer this truth home: The proper
Time to "break up a cold," is at its very beginning. When
g you begin to feel a little "shivery," and begin to sneeze
e frequently, with vague and shifting little pains about the
r different muscles, with a general indolent and incapable
feeling, lack of appetite-ntaybe feverish and apathetic,
you are taking a cold; and the time to begin treatment is
. right then and there.
f Bear in mind that, there is no demand for a purga-
Y tive unless the bowel is positively not functioning; aad
e even then, a non-irritant like cascara or compound licorice
y powder is best. I am advising those, of course, who have
Snot a physician within- easy reach.
t I am aware that the patient resents this admnition,
t but, the thing to do, if you would be correct is-go to bed
and cover up warm, no matter what the time of day. If
you do this, you can break your cold completely within 24
hours-if you take a simple glass of hot water every hbo
Add lemon-juice if you wish; the kidney need flaushe
quite as much-often need it more than the bowel.
The principle is, restore the surface circulation; sei
anything that keeps the skin warm and full of blood wE
cure a cold in short order, if taken early. If you w't ltqt
or three days before beginning to treat, yo my as
figure to wear the cold out by your sheer powerI~ s of 4
i tance--and you may get a cough that lasts th better it.
i of the winter, simply by your neglect. .
r Warm, dry feet make a pretty good
colds. It Was pae aid, "keep the head coi
i and the bowel ope." There's a whole v
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The Bnai Brith Lodge was
host to a large number of
men and women at the Beth
David Auditorium last Mon-
day night in observance of a
Mother's Day program.
Adolph Freund, international-
ly known philanthropist was
the principal speaker of the
evening. -Miss Lillian Chisling
in a recitation, the Miller sis-
ters in a violin and piano
number, Max Schier in a vo-
cal solo, and a duet by Can-
tor Louis Hayman and Mrs.
Chas. Markowitz were the
features of the musical
program given. Milton
Friedman, active member of
the University of Miami stu-
dent body and a member of
the A. Z. A. Jr. Bnai Brith
organization of Miami spoke
on Parent's Day and was en-
thusiastically a p p la u d e d.
Card playing followed and at
a late hour sandwiches and
other refreshments were ser-
Next Monday, May 18, the
Sr. Council of Jewish Women
is sponsoring a card party for
its benefit at the home of
Mrs. Charles Greenfield, 321
Madeira avenue, Coral Gables
when she, Mrs. Irving Green-
field and Mrs. Al Seiden will
be the joint hostesses. Prizes
will be given for high score
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Miss Beatrice Goldenblank **
the popular daughter of Mr. Last Friday evening the
and Mrs. Max Goldenblank Women's Club of the Work-
and an active member of Mi- mens' Circle tendered a fare-
ami's Jewish younger set in- well reception in honor of
tensively interested in Jew- Mrs. Leon Elkin who left for
ish communal affairs here, New York city to spend her
celebrated her sixteenth summer vacation. More than
birthday anniversary last fifty members of the club
Sunday at her home when and Workmens Circle were
she entertained a large num- present. Yiddish poems, folk
ber of friends. Dancing, songs and a few addresses
games and other amusement were given during the eve-
were enjoyed by the guests ning. Dr. A. D. Halpern
and at a late hour a bountiful praised the work of Mrs. El-
repast was served to all the kin for the organization. A
guests. Miss Goldenblank is a gift on behalf of the club was
student at the Miami Senior then presented to Mrs. Elkin
High School, and is a member in a brief address. Various re-
of the teaching staff of the freshments were served dur-
Beth David Sunday school ing the evening.
from which she graduated *

several years ago.
A very interesting and
well attended meeting last
Tuesday night was that of
the Ladies Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox
Synagog. Plans for the sum-
mer were acted upon and will
be announced shortly.
A brief but enthusiastically
applauded address was made
by Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld
formerly of Miami and now
of New York city who spent
several weeks in Miami as
representative of the inter-
national Mizrachi Zionist or-
S ganization.

Frances Kane is a very ver-
satile and popular entertain-
er. She played the bass violin
with the Symphony Orches-
tra Monday night of last
wsk at Bayfront Park, and
Opled the piano accompani-
with the Steadman
itb Ensemble Tuesday
. ... at Bayfront Park.

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At the recent conference
called by President Hoover
at Washington to discuss
child welfare throughout the
Country certain principles
were approved and were in-
corporated into a code known
as the "Children's Charter."
Parent Teacher Association
throughout the Country have
distributed printed copies of
this charter to the classes in
the public schools and follow-
ing this lead the Senior Coun-
cil of Jewish Women will
have their representatives
present copies of this charter
to the Sunday schools of
Greater Miami's four Syna-
gogues next Sunday morning

Enjoyable event of Sunday
was the Mother's Day tea
given by the Junior Council DR. HOLLOMAN
of Jewish Women at the An- DENTIST
tilla hotel in Coral Gables.
Guests were received in the 54 N h Wt S
patio of the hotel and the
natural setting was enhanced
by a profusion of cut flowers.
In the receiving line were AMBULANCE SERVICE
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Presiding at the punch
bowl were Miss. Nellie Pred-
inger, Miss Georgia Roth, ittnwr
Miss Ruth Schwartz and Miss anm rg rp
Hilma Rose. Those appearing
on the program were, J. F. We Deliver
Cutter and Miss Adele Segall
who paid tributes to "Moth- Bundles
er." Miss Stella Dizon gave ... of...
a piano number, and Gypsy SAisfa *
Gay presented a solo dance. OatisfIo I On
Vocal selections were given Phone e-s687
by Mrs. Barney Kraft, ac- 21 North West Ninth Street
companies by Miss Tillie

during the Sunday school ex-
ercises. At these exercises
the Rabbis of tne different
congregations in compliance
with a request made by the
Council of Jewih Women,
will talk briefly on Good will
in celebration of National
Good Will Day advocated by
the National Council of Jew-
ish Women.

Predinger. Dance interpreta-
tions were presented by
Malae Frech, student of the
Viola Belasco school of danc-
The University of Miami
Conservatory of Music's jun-
ior trio composed of Leonard
Rose, Louis Ely and Mildred
Green berg, presented a group
of numbers under the direc-
tion of Walter Grossman.
Each artist also appeared in
solo numbers. Seventy-five
guests called during the


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Tuesday afternoon she played
piano solos on the Mana
Zucca club program, also on
the Miami University recital
Saturday afternoon.
On Monday evening of this
week, Frances entertained on
the Mothers' Day program
of the Junior Hadassah, ren-
dering a number "Quieting
Baby," which she originated
for the occasion, which was
very humorous and proved
most enjoyable.
On Saturday evening, she
will dance for the Junior-
Senior banquet of the Ida M.
Fisher High School at the
Pancoast Hotel.

The election of officers of
the Miami chapter of Junior
Hadassah will be held Mon-
day, May 18, at 8:15 p. m.,
at Kaplan hall. All paid mem-
bers are urged to attend.
On Monday, May 25th, the
Miami chapter of Junior
Hadassah will hold their last
meeting of this year before
the beginning of the summer
activities. This will be known
as Parent's Night. Plans for
an excellent program are be-
ing made.
Milton Friedman the, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Friedman
of this city has been reap-
pointed as manager for the
Freshman football team of
the University of Miami.

Loyalty Club will be spon-
sors at a card party on May
20th, at the home of Mrs.
Beatrice Shaff, 319 N. E.
25th street, when she and
Miss Mary Barber will be
hostesses. There will be re-
freshments and prizes. All
are invited to attend and
spend a very enjoyable eve-
At the bridge party of the
Junior Hadassah held at the
Mayfield Court apartments,
Miami Beach last Sunday
night more than eleven ta-
bles of bridge were in play
and a number of visitors in
sympathy with the time pro-
ject were present. Each play-
er was given a gift of a book
representing one minute of
time in the "time" project
sponsored by the Junior Ha-
dassah and forty-four books
were distributed. Mrs. Louis
Miller won a prize donated
by the Biltmore Laundry. At
a late hour refreshments
were served.

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Rabbi Isaac M. Wapner of
the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation officiated at
the unveiling exercises last
I Sunday afternoon at the
Woodlawn Cemetery of the
tombstone erected to the
memory of the late William
Rubin. Members of the im-
mediate family and a large
number of friends paid their
respects to the memory of
the deceased.

Mrs. Isaac Levin the new
president of the Sisterhood
of Temple Israel has issued a
call for a special meeting of
the Board of the Sisterhood
to be held at the home of
Mrs. D. J. Apte, 610 N. E.
58th street, on Monday
morning, May 18, at 10 a. m.
All members of the board are
urged to be on hand prompt-
ly so that important matters
for the future of the organiz-
ation may be acted upon.

The next meeting of the
Council of Jewish Women un-
der the leadership of its re-
cently elected president, Mrs.
Ben Watts will be held at
Kaplan hall on Wednesday,
May 27, and all members are
urged to attend.

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The children of the Beth
David Talmud Torah and'
Sunday School took part in
the Mother's Day celebration
presented last Sunday morn-1
ing at the Beth David Sun-
day school. Stanley C. Meyer |
and Rabbi S. M. Machtei
made the principal addresses. :
Mrs. Isidor Cohen presented
Mrs. Lewis Brown as the
mother of the Sunday school. 0
Other remarks were made by
Mrs. S. M. Machtei and Mrs.
Charles Greenfield. Miss
Adele Segal gave a reading.
Each child was given a cor-
sage of flowers to take home
to his mother as a gift from
the Beth David Sisterhood.

At the Mother's Day cele-
bration of the Junior Hadas-
sah held at Kaplan hall last
Monday night the welcoming
address was made by the
president, Mrs. Freda Lutzky
who also delivered the bene-
diction at the close of the
meeting. Mrs. Max Dobrin
and Mrs. Moses Krieger spoke
on the work of the Junior
Hadassah organizations. The
University of Miami Junior
Trio consisting of Miss Mil-
dred Greenberg, Leonard
Rose and Louis Eley present-
ed a number of splendidly
rendered compositions.
A novelty interpretative
dance representing "Mother-
hood' was given by Miss

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Frances Kaike and
Muller sang a num
songs. Stella Dizon pla
number of piano selection
tribute to Mothers was
by Miss Edith Silverman wl
was chairman of the evel
ning's program and who pa
sented each mother preset
with flowers in commemor.l
tion of the celebration. At t
close splendid refreshment
were served which were en4
joyed by all.
On Tuesday next, May 19,i
the Junior Hadassah will
sponsor a Moonlight swira.
ming frolic at the Roman-
Pools Casino beginning at
8:30, when a program of wat.
er sports will be presented.
Refreshments will be served
and admission will be sixty
cents each.




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Temple Israel will hold the
graduation of the High
School Department will take
place at the regular services
Friday evening, May 22nd.
Those receiving diplomas are
Myrtle Zeientz, Bernard
Weintraub, Edna Wolkowsky,
Anita Bernstein and Harriet
The graduates will take
part in the evening services
and then present the follow-
ing program:
Announcements ...... Dr. Kaplan
Outline of year's work, "The
Jewish America" by Levinger.....
Harriet Kantor
"An Appreciation and An Appeal"
Bernard Weintraub
Collateral Reading in Jewish
Literature, Review of one
book by each student:
1. Why I am a Jew by Edmond
Edna Wolkowsky
2. Dr. Isaac M. Wise by Max B.
Myrtle Zeientz
3. Ghetto Tragedies by Israel
Anita Bernstein
Address ........................ Dr. Kaplan
Presentation of Diplomas ............
..............Pres. of School Board
Mr. Zeientz
Closing Services, Pages 58-59
Harriet Kantor

Mr. and Mrs. David Silver-
stein have arrived by auto-
mobile from Birmingham,
Ala., to visit Mr. and Mrs.
David Letaw. They were ac-
companied by Mrs. Joseph
Holzman, who is the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Beskind.
The visitors have been enter-
tained with numerous parties
during their stay.
Mr. and Mrs.' Samuel Kan-
tor, Miss Helen Kantor and
Mrs. R. Spiro of the Granada
apartments have left for New
York where they lo-
cated until June 15th when
they will then go to their
summer home at Bantam
Lake, Conn.

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gram was read from Dr. Max
Pepper, the fiancee.
Prizes were won by Miss
Sari Levin, first prize, Miss
Reggie Goldstein second
prize, Mrs. Ray Kennedy
third prize, Mrs. B. Weinkle
fourth prize, and Miss Tillie
Predinger consolation prize.
Among those present were
Mesdames: Mrs. Sol Lutsky,
J. Cromer, H. Tobin, E.
Wolfe, S. Rubenstein, J. Au-
gust, J. Schwartz, J. Simon,
J. Williamson, C. Weinkle,.F.
Weiss, H. Weiss, R. H. Law-
rence, R. Kennedy, H. R.
Kline, L. J. Hartz, M. Pepper,
B. Silver, J. Silberstein, L. A.
Johnson, and J. M. Beebe.
Misses: Hannah Mack,
Reta and Selma Merson,
Helen Yunis, Sylvia Ravis,
Evelyn Jamison, Irene and
Sylvia Farr, Lena Weinkle,
Beatrice Goldenblank, Mary
Bandel, Dorothy Brill, Dot
Kaplan, Dora Shapiro, Fan-
nie Bernstein, H: Belfort,
Lyle Chisling, Sue Schacter,
Sarah Kahn, Charlotte Kahn,
Thelma Applebaum, Gertrude
Deitz, Fannie Schemer, Sally
Kurman, Evelyn Marks, Syl-
via Chauncey, Flo Alpert, Rita
Gordon and Marjorie Pred-
The election of officers for
the Junior Hadassah sched-
uled for gay 25, has been
changed and will take place
on Monday evening, May 18,
at Kaplan hall. All members
are urged to attend this im-
portant meeting.
Last Sunday evening, Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Dubler ein-
tertained a number of friends
at bridge at their new home
in Coral Gables. The home
was beautifully decorated
with cut flowers and potted
Bridge and pinochle was
enjoyed by the guests who
were served all kinds of re-
freshments during the eve-
ning. At midnight luncheon
was served to all. Among the
guests present were: Mr. and
Mr-a Wo 1l'.'a+llr in_ "Mr Ad

The Ladier s Auxiliatry of "'"* 'l "'ll" ". Unu
the Ladies Axilary o Mrs. R. Walter,'Mr. and Mrs.
the Miami. Jewish Orthodox Wassman, 'Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
Congregation will beThosts atris Aronowitz, Mr. and Mrs.
one of its regular: bi-weekly Marion Brooks, Mr. and Mrs.
card parties next Tuesday Lewis Brown and Dr. and
evening in the vestry rooms Mrs. A. E. Freidman.
of the Synagog when Mes- ,
dames Sam Marcus, Sam M. an M a a
Meyerson and Selma Sch- Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Small
Meyerson and Selma Sch- of this city entertained a
wartz will be the hostesses. of thn s tproente New
Prizes will be given for high York Clothing manufactur-
scores and refreshments will York Clothing manufactur-
be served. Al are welcome ers when they visited Miami
bd ured. to are wend for a brief visit recently. Mr.
d u Max Bernstein, Mr. Ben Le-
Mrs. Mannie Wesson and in and Mr. Louis Richmond
Mrs. Sol Rotfort entertained who have been friends of the
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last Tuesday night with a
Boudoir-Lingerie shower for
Miss Sadye Silberstein, bride
elect of Dr. Max Pepper.
Miss Silberstein wore an
Ashes of Roses chiffon, Mrs.
Wesson a yellow crepe, and
Mrs. Rotfort a green chiffon.
Miss Leona Benovitz, of Dun-
more, Pa., Miss Silberstein's
maid of honor, assisted the
hostesses. A color scheme of
green and orchid was carried
Miss Silberstein was the
recipient of many beautiful
gifts. The imrprise of the
evening came when a tele-
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years arrived in Miami on
May 7, by auto and spent
several days here. Leaving
by plane for Havana last Sat-
urday they spent several
days there and returned to
Miami by plane Monday
morning. Wednesday they
left by auto for Jacksonville,
from where they will go to
New York by plane.

Beth David Sisterhood will
install its recently elected of-
ficers at a luncheon which
will be held in the Beth
David Talmud Torah on
Tuesday, May 19. Mrs. Isidor
Cohen is chairman of the
general arrangements com-
mittee and is being assisted
by Mesdames H. H. Farr, R.
Yunis, I. Rosengarten, J.
Engler, and B. Kandel. In
charge of decorations are
Mesdames S. M. Machtei, D.
Klein, M. Scheinberg, F. B.
Solomon and S. C. Myers.

In charge of the swimming
frolic sponsored by the Jun-
ior Hadassah at the Roman
Pools Casino are Mrs. A. E.
Woolfe chairman, Miss Sara
Kahn, Miss Sylvia Chauncey,
Miss Helen Yunis, Miss Sel-
ma Merson, Miss Lena Wein-
kle, and Mrs. Joseph William-
son. An elaborate program of
water sports in which Miss
Anna Benoit world champion
distance swimmer and Al
Berkowitz well known athlete
will give exhibitions of 'skill
will feature the evening of
Tuesday, May 19. Those de-
siring to bathe will come
dressed in their bathing cos-

Beth David Sisterhood held
a meeting of its Executive
board in the form of a lunch-
eon last Wednesday in the
Talmud Torah building. The
hostesses for this luncheon
were Mesdames J. Engler and
R. Yunis. The regular meet-
ing of the Sisterhood follow-
ed at which time officers for
the next term. were elected.
Plans for the Sunday school
picnic to be held on May 31,
were announced for Holly-
wood Beach. Officers elected
at the meeting were: Mrs.
Lewis Brown, president;
Mrs. Morris Dubler, first vice
president; Mrs. Stanley C.

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Myers, second vice president;
Mrs, Harry Oliphant, record-
ing secretary; Mrs. F. B.
Solomon, corresponding sec-
retary; Mrs. Louis Hayman,
financial secretary; Mrs. Snl
Weinkle, treasurer and Mrs.
Sydney L. Weintraub, audi-
tor. For directors for a three
year term: Mesdames J. Eng-
ler, J. Katz and Louis Wein-
kle. For a two year term, Mrs.
Chas. Goldstein, For 4a one
year term, Mrs. R. Yunis.
Mrs. Isidor Cohen chairman
of the nominating committee
conducted the elections. A
brief congratulatory address
by Rabbi S. M. Machtei of
Beth David Congregation fol-
lowed the business meeting.
At the card party for Beth
David Sisterhood held last
Wednesday night at the Tal-
mud Torah auditorium, Mes-
dames Louis Weinkle, Sol.

Weinkle and Garl Weinkle
Were the' hostesses. More
than 16 tables of.bridge were
in play and prizes were won
by Mesdames M. Silver, S. J.
Spector, Harry Oliphant, J.
Simpson, and I. Tannenbaum
and by Messrs. Chas. Abbott,
and Chas. Greenfield. The
door prize was won by Mrs.
L. H. Frankenstein of New
York. At a late hour refresh-
ments were served.

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Temple Beth Israel at 8p.
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