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:
July 3, 1931
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Among the new interned who
have been named to the staff of
Jackson Memorial Hospital this
week is Dr. Max Pepper, son of
Mr and Mrs A. Peppr lo -~t m
residents of this eiy.e Dr. n pina
is a recent graduate of Jefferson
Medical School at Philadelphia and
was married to Miss Sadie Silber-
stein about a month ago.
Only hospitals with complete fa-
eilities and of high standartls are
approved-by ther~Sa~uiaerleAn-Mdical

etcso M eoral H tli re
Stion with a high rating.

''IOrld Ziomists

Dr. Chaim Weitzman, who for
the past thirteen years has been
the president of the World Zion-
ist movement, formally resigned
hia. post at the conclusion of a
lengthy report at the second sea-
sion of the Ziomast Congress at
Basle, Switzerland, which opened
I "hrr r
Dr. Waltsman resigned because
of the situation caused by the
publication of the British White
paper on the Palestine situation*
which was made public last Oc"


Among the winners of first
prizes for 4-H Club workE in Palm
Beach county was Sylvia Feign of
West Palm Beach, who won high-
est honor for the best health pos-,
ter. She also won a certificate for
four years of 4-R Club wRolrk.


Because of the Congregatiopal
supper being given by the Mirami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation and
the dance of the Junior Hadassah
on Sunday night, July 5, the Heral
Memorial meeting scheduled for
Sunday night has been postponed
and will be held at Beth Daysd
Talmud Torah hall on Sundar
night, July 12, at 8 o'clock, when
a number of prominent speakers
will address the meeting. An elab-
maratemudscl~ prgram will be

me stin is being spo 8oed by ale
Miami Zionist organizations.

Greeks Attack

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-Photo by plney It Bee (Jewish Plorkdl~sa Art Departmeont).
Part of the audience present at the installation ce ~monies of the Palm Bech Lodge, No. 118B6,
District No. 5, at Palm Beach Winter Club, Sunday, Jundl 28. Immediately in front are, left to right:
W. Xr. Williams, president of the M#iami Bnal Brith Lodge; Joseph Lesser, president of Palmr Beach
Lodge, and David Davis, of Jacksonville, representing the district grand master.


1845 & W~b. TIt street
ISAAC 'a. .WAPNeRg, 8rbM
The usala Friday evening serv-
qices will1 begin at 7 o'clock. Sat-
ujrday asrning seravices at 9
o~jl~~ift~the afternao n serf"
,ldas o'~j:~c~e clk Sunday school
rl~~HdTorah are now on va-
(ptar;rs to the absence from
M~r~:abbi Wapner, who is



sr4Fi~ervies daily at 7 and 7:15.
day8Cxr~ and Su~nday mornings
t services will begin at 8 o'elock,
with the afternoon service on Sat-
1pday at 8:80 o'clock.
Taeland Torah classes during
'the s~mauer term will be held ev-
ery morping except Saturday
Sand Sa~deig from 9 to 12.
Wg ineteenth Sltret
H. KAPLAN, Rabbi
atTemple Israel, 127
eFriday evening,
ottthe summer
0p;/t elee la alan hall.
sailgousr service with
.~preetartion of mat-
tha iitesbt and a diseassion
t Iiinbca'~~~s pesnt Anyone
has n'y subject of interest
dituate is invited to pre-
Ifb s~abfct to Dr. Jacob H.
;ii that he may be pe-
on it. A social
foQllow each religious




West Pa~lm Beach

-og Intle
The Palm Beach Winter Club at
Kelseyq City was filled to capacity
when the formal installation cere-
monies for the Palm Beach lodge,
No. 1186, of the independent Or-
der Bnai Brith, were held last
Sunday evening '
In charge of installation of the
lodge and the presentation of its
.Edht er as wmeml as heiwats Mr
David avi otme Jcsn I l, M
personal representative of t e
president of Bnai Brith, District
No. 5. During the. open initiation
ceremonies for the new members
Mr. Davis introduced the delega-
tion from Miami lodge and Mr. W.
L. Williams, the president of the
Miami lodge, presided. Assisting
him in the initiations and the con-
duct of the ritual were Rabbi S.
M. Madrhtei, Stanley C. Myers,
Jack Bernstein and Isaac Levin,
all of Miami. The officers of the
new lodge installed by Mr. Davis
are: Joseph Lesser, president; El.
more Cohen, former elerk of the
ariatina court of Palm Beach, vice
president; Harry Fleischman, re.
cording secretary; Dr. Barney Bli-
cher, financial secretary; Samuel
A. Goldstein, treasurer; Harry
Diets,~ monitor; Morr2is Pastroff,
assistant monitor; George Schwab,
warden, and I. Markowits, guar-
dian. As trustees Messrs. A.
Kamener, Sam Scherr, D. Feld-
man, J. Sneider, O. P. Graner,
John Wolf and Joseph Spitzer
were chosen.
After the formal ceremonies
were over addresses were made by
David Daviar of Jacksonville, Sol.
Wittenstein, the representative of
the Orlando B~ai Brith lodge;
Jack Bernatein of the Miami
lodge, and Rabbi S. M. Machtet of
the Misms ladse.

Do you remember the first pair
of spatts you ever saw ? Or per-
haps you live in a town where
they shodt men like that first, be-
fore they find out what is the
matter. This is tg notify one and
all that the sehoming season on
spats is forever closed.
Street cleaners here wear them.
Yessir. Not one, but a lot of

Co fi e tally ae wat them all
winter, and so, when we saw the
street cleaners sporting them at
aroused more than a little curi-
"How does it come about that
you are wearinglapats?" we ner-
vously asked one gutter Chester-
He just grinned, and then told
me they were the most comfort-
able articles of wearing apparel
he had ever worn. "They keep the
dirt out et the tops of my shoes,"
said he, and I saw the point,
"They don't cost me anything,
either," he continued. "'You'td be
surprised at the numberr at paire
I find in emptying garbsae earns.

Riots began Tuesday in the
Jewish section of Saloniki when a
large number of Greeks attacked
the Jewish inhabitants and set fire
to many homes and stores.
Ten were killed and fifty wound-
ed during the day. The Jewish
section is in flames and more than
two hundred homes are burning.
,Because of the conditions it is ex-
pected that the government will
declare martial law and use the
militia to enforce order.

Biilagles Merchanrt DIi

Herman Woolf, for the past sev-
en years a resident of Miami and
in the grocery bulsiness at Blaleshe
died suddenly last Tbursday eve-
ning. He was a native of Poland
'and prior to coming to Miami re-
sided in Montreal, Canada. He
leaves surviving him his widow
and fourF children, all living in
Montreal. The body was shipped
there by the MeC~han Funerrl
home last Priday. The deceased
was a member of the Seth David
The -busiansl of the deeasJed is
being conduated by Leo Evaea, la.
69to racmsy, who wa aport4

Where Olld Bata Go
When everybe iy wcM eikjW hats
there wa s arushting 'trye In rsee
ond-hand hnat, cabbM65 getting
most of thea. Now eas-a
tamers buy up most. s ad
a~ them to rmagpipans ~d setors
for fifty cents ech.1~ The~e is also
a strong market foar theat in Ceno-
tral Afries b~~ative cehiei-
tains paarg~l th much the
same l~~:iiijght Alteao did his
jeweled crowp. BOTi-P theas-
ands arrsesold in Atrakl dides
may neavet*.b~ La (::

Wagnania Rdt
Geeak~~imlys one sees
etf litie os fashion


(splan will speak on
irp Ohurch and Temlple
i2 Diseassion by the
@eC~Qb rabble's ad-
la ~is invited
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Noted Cantor Arrives

A visitor to Mbiamri this weekt l Immediately after the ceremno-
1Cantor Forster, who antil recent- an therrnrr~~o pgan labrae pret
ly oceapied the position, of mentor fets lanc~hea was serve a &s-~
with, a large L~os Angqeles engr~ e- beutitalr pfal of thed club Dem
gation. He previaonly held pos- lag foliloe prk ta~b'~~


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to sit down to est. He did that to insult it's vwy 1
me in presens of the help. brlains A
.One nMbb # broughrt:home two rdadic tk only
nrlw~n the porch. The coloed sirl for the N
was delas the dishes In the kitchen. Mrfslater to 1
husband alldd her In, laring, ''8wst. "To hell
hurt, stand here for a wreL (p De~nt of didn't a
the radlo} and tell me whles one you like to we wo
best" He bid these things very often. He asnd my s
sadthat wasU to proew to me that I am allow you
lower than my cdoord help. I was used low to be
it ueb m an mmuaussamlnod nalu afe while take you
So isd~t a lqket. Nekvr anwerc himeyu el
came out aD the porch and bald to my with you
mother, Mother, how long are you soln The nex
to i~ve? Why doesn't God take you away0 he tried hi
That stare a scrap. I told him not to One morr
I'."he sai t "Yusou I bn wrahn m k I fl
ed bringing up a danshter like her, You him firt.
ousht shoo ae wit e gun. Ih ieh fmd sat

sited Mutherwith even oe Lworde in o not -
Some time after that he went to the 'At lthrt
home of Mrs. Islbore C.... and complain- York was
ed about gee. Told them the lowrest things bF speeail
about me. Mrs, C.... refursd to listen. not tell m
She told him she does not permit any man me.the lel
talking about a woman utless he is will" that we
ing' to prove it. The following mornirus When we
Mr. and Mrs. C.... eams to my home to he started
ask him (my haeband) to repeat wbst he that he re

like clearing the house he starts a fues of after that
this kind. Nothing pleases him* Septemer
All this happened during 19861. After he The sotom
left he save me 8100 per week for sup* worke ver
Cort. Five weeks latr I askel blm awain things rizx
to come home and we shall try to make send me
ap again. I orted and. pleaded assia tw said, "I dl
the aske of the children. He came beak. yourself to
He was two and a half weeks home. Du* it mnad me
tog this time he did not give a cent I The doetor
had a little money saved fromn the while with plent
nhat ega met Ok0 eac w k so I I would n
keep him quiet. Whenever I would ask le willing

for some money. Thla was one morning and call s
aes he was about to take the childrn to I heard a
school. He answered, "Money? I came in 1927 th
for blood. Your death or my death," etc. ater the
The chil ren set scared arid ran over to My childr
me. I as ed my husband why he talked school at t
like that and was that why he came back
to live with me. He answered that was We lived
not all yet, he'll show me what he can la quite st
do. My entire
After that he gave the children $1 each th cu. hilr

him again. I asked him how could I poe-woknat
sibly manage with $1 a day. To feed and dorkne anth
run the home for a family of four all on mad. Hel
$1 per day. didn't return
It continued like this for a week. I he lIke to
threatened to expose the whole affair to cated like
our friends. I also asked what he was answered,
planning to do because of such treatment. don t. For
He answered me, ''1 cannot do any dif- like horses
ferent until my lawyer tells to do dit- say anythil
ferent." I got angry and told him if that's with you."
the case I'll go to his lawyer and ask him Three d
/myh lwy r did' te m ht I amns do fr m Wps
ing than all by self.fc tjst
He iusd to do all the marketing fo. the Yuifro
iXouse.H,H neve gave me any cash with- receive sam
out me crying and being insulted for at. within 24
Bo I: had all purchasee sent cr-p. D. to that they
him. One night he brought home a box sender beca
wit ahoky. oau bok and pn ann i ad HM Mn't sin
the bok inl the kletchen and keep ablae-a At that
will put some money in the box and it m ey
yot spos 5 ntemfor bes s, mark do n sent e, by
week when you buy the beans." That t
hurt me terribly so I cried and asked him, ofc. Z
"J..... La shis the prize you brought home e.I
to to ndmehe 14 eankI ele h rur n s p.
are today?" sw ac~o
I also told him I knew he wanted to and told hi
hurt me by making a new rule now. II sent me m
asked him to run the house as he used to I refused t
do, to do the buying exactlyr as he did. So Mr. P
So he answered he wanted to know where wl o
his money soes to. So I Baked him, **How to sa M
can I~ gieyua an enm unt ef the ml no d d's knk

''ac I wn ait s.Tmrow sunot c 4 eand th

I re Wse tondo ht. So h br usht okme not my lp
him how can he hurt the children by asked me ~
pulishins me like. He answered that's cause of th
al h cn92 and bts to qetion hu .w man in n
take me and the children to the moun- Mr. P....
tains in New York. But I had to prom- her husband
fee not to make anything new to wear Tlhey are
for me or the children, which I didn't. Mr. P...:
I asked him why must we so if he can- band's sister
not afford it. Bo he answered, "If I say refused. I
we're roins it's so. I can afford it," he husband we
answered and also told me he is filling trn.
barsls with the money he le making M~y husba
now, but not for me to spend. So I didn't second stor
ear anythmsg more. I knew that he wes until mornl
doins all that to hurt me. He told me to bto sa but
mn* hpfsome dresse with material he for again.
brous om Nassamu and I did. I do all him and he
mly owns sewin a s I managed the best as heleft for
I could. The next dar he told me that our I went to
trip will be delayed on secount of his When I ca
bookkeeper (a colored man) who was year asked him
sick. Dr. L.... of this eity treated thle he was laur
colored man but they could not save him. came home
It cost mr husband $2,000 to try to save children. I
this man. He died that month. his children
The day the bookkeeper died my bus. whr doesn't
ban dame home lad carried on terrblu. every nisht
He hit himsellf o is head with his flate "Howv In

and asid he wlahe he could I ewith lead such a
God because the colored man le.The children an
next day he told me he won't be able to no feelings
so so soon. So I insisted for not to she Ialo
up the trip. I told him it would do him led thO r
a lot of sood because he was so nervous la te as
slace his bookkeeper took elak sad died. 2ears. I
He said wRe'll go and we did the next bes him I
month. ont a
I ..ked him whyr he spent so mucah and eotl u
monef on the man, so he answered that ,I conid n
It would hi bm pleasure to be able to that Maurn
spend thet meeh for ,doctors and nesses wanted to
for me because he can live without me enough I h
and cannot lI~ve without that colored band Is pla1

Aftepr emeh one~ of th~e boeInsulte I --I'll do it I

sood for me--40wifll sharpen my me, "If you ku eiep ad* 7
fter that he ws alwsas angr, This colored man is a
hbeda fo had to or felt ikleslb aam the th~
orth I asked lm to colae to his Ihe i the painter. But poitg'll toi~
teH lear god~b and he smeweed casetal; i some one comes
with her." He also said, "If you tsend him into another roa,"^ eldd@
to my sirta when I wanted you windows 'k Iq mtsared P~at "I~~
,n't now rad to hell with youl fuse to tae anhcacs i .h~
later." He clso said 'LI wAouldn't a white man to fx the house I'll w
to so to my slater, you are too outw nk" sa e id, "Whyhh A
in my later's company. I only can do it better and for half the
there when I feel like hurting That started a bis fuse. He
ings. Reasembr. rll gst even that at should be as ad wieded ino -~
when I ket to thsecountryr." ssid itale idln t alrraim hev won'
:t day we left. In the country be arand, that I will have to beb
is best to be meaner than neual. to waton the colored man. So my hb
nins wrhile there our laundry told me hasr the asme colored man
hm asot t t~ to nBein n, d hy osno uddj r ea bte
That made hIm angry. 8 h .e 1 emnord him of the time
of the lwst tra hat sh h a m. Miamr avsu e 4 hte nl
papreciate berns trakn to the Mknt wolhnna 7 p am ted h 17

.timie a uniqee of tke la New lthe colclen man, but they eealda6 as
to be manned. She wrote to us him. At that .ame I was not lialia.
delivery and my husband did tolo me was.. happened anid now lawan
e. abort ($. He never showed ed me to take the baWe ehrMj
tters. Ve sanddesrilyb deolded I told him I'll stay in the houa~lat
were to leave for aw York. Is ..ntli he bringcs a white man be pl
reached the home of my niec at during art L..a he never :
to seprag asla, telliasg them Illh"l so aur. ..oUt his trip
funds to atted the welding be- world a~ did tell every one at

wsunr W let or MW"m f~tr l I received a cebok with a ~ ~ ~
.We arrived omne Taueday, ter from his bank stating that my bb
14th, week of the hurrica~pe band arnagsd with te kn for l
destroyed b'oo unhe. I hqdtbaao~ to .send me S60 each wee.Ta i
ar bd in t house setingatr be had his dinner I bsi b i
ed s I ue him to please zessr and checls and askea hi whe
a colore d arl to help me. He meant, sad told him I a od h
on't stud gou. You esn wrork leaving for a trip around the world, a
death, worked so hard thlt L arskedi ham what I should do fant
e slek. I alinost had pneumonia. the $50; should I educate He ci
t old me I had to star la bed pay Ior their music lessons, feed
y of attention and if I didn't clothe them. If you were here and I run
,tlast lone Hedsid that dnotes aor atoutd es you, b in youu?
to prove the abow. you are leavins for a year a tune, and le

service and white skin, service. All this I asked him and he answered,
rumor about the first month "'rndr as all anar a at you sike at -aou
aot my husband is one month tnue an a very harsh tone, .anowalns has
first storm, USeptember 1926. temper as usual. He also told me ''Un- ~ ';
en were tedig Riverside til now I was a homer man ana from now e~
hat time. on Il II e a money man ana nans your- ,
self. I have money enough to bathe my- !l
at our present address, which saen an out not xor you and the coarldren,
ome distance from the R. 9. ol o meThbetthat money can ~ *
day was taken up with taking uyis fr, me. Wvhar you telr me thaL
n back and forth to school on UYo wo'hvenuhon50pr ek

that ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~w tie nfct ehsno o ep ou t croe' muslc and eloctonsasn

ling in years. That made him eiter
left the house that night and So I answered him, ''If that's the case '
:n because I asked him wouldn't I am their mother and Id see at this
have his children highly edu. date~ warnts my anildren to set an edu. 4
his nieces and nephews, so he catron or be brought up as horses." So .
"If you don't want to do it, "e saad, "how, listen, wrll you huan up'C"
mly part you can raise them Jao I answerea, "1 won t because at hurts
.Don't bother me and don t me and I will not acept tne money, and b
ng more to me. I'm through Iremember, J...., you are going too far.
3o be ran to the phone to call ...... to
ays after I received a wire come over to the house. I pleaded with
alaoUnililThe mthas e ann elnote to calla d d en us trho -
they are holding a 350 check todayy U-
,m the sender and that I will He answered, "If you don't hush up,
ne each week. I must answer remember you are dealing with J...
hours. So I answered by wire E.... and I have money, so I will get
shall return the $50 to the the doctors isnd they will put you in the
ruse I refue to accept It. He crazy house. Remember that I told you
hi nma t ushndwire but I that d have money and with money you
time my husband's attorney rinn on m ie."Aand lonhe md, ''Re-
elette.Ater I rlawy tha hi member, FIl ptr you ini the crazy hou "
W. U. He went to his lawyer. ) hone.
th.., aw ha td emm ,e mheea The children were there and heard it
th4 vih o rr m~i thir l~allso they got scared and began to
eent to n mym hund' scream He rang ....anyway. He
eyqethoe amarthl sdMr.of wh a rd no .... Sawlnt dou to conmn oer
tn myusbn ame. to. see. him accept $50 per week. Maybe you can talk
im that he had left home and he inodigi
oney through W. U. and that I refused to stay in the house to see
o take iL. ...... and I took my youngest childo out,~ :~
~.... told my husband that he walking. My child pleaded with me to re.
to aesd hea what I hav turn home. She wRas afraid to leave Grand.
r. Pme. a also id me 1t hat ma and sister with her father and ...... :
a anyt 5 abou th e turned back an nfoundask a n

imony, hath wathi e Zte un'tbee mbe a in' of h sk w ord dih an
whbatd Iae thn sestob he S asked .... Whti t hti
at, o Ithin thre l an ther gongon ee t do yi n our all rwnt from
this ca e, so Id es to c d m t h a o m h st d s i i
that~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ o Ioe? fee tha hi sste d that my husband aet imadt
dt are sbreakin b up my hom e, everything tha woe. ase goint o., Mh
theed ones .. that Inuec him.hsadtodhmta
Ionsted that I sat he m he. cnto be his collect of his wrent aindt h
Ir an hub and' nme. and I.. urn it" in to himp (wa )ro myho
wasari hat i I didn myem tobhe shoul haved charge. ~hti ev it tand
a oul kIl me if her w aould re gIn shul reeiem $50 oo each week fromte
ndr camees bakhega nht of thenlmrlts' my busmesand Ia o stappoe to
m (tobery ha. 1926 andd staedl know : l this wash. intepesneo
ing. I thought hes camser s lho my husband. I beg to cry and told.
he too Iareak eost andm loef him, ".......n not lon gethng a n wek g
That days I reare suppuer for. hean promid hme that ou will b leveu
dimidn' ht com home. o I m ke aloe: hon won'eto mx hin bentweend my~
goo agan e dy ae husband'sIln and me.r Now youohi so. back.. on tr
seem yi thuand in his office, your od handyuwntt e charge eryhn d
me in he beank toe laugh. I ofe evey hing.I Ho wud y m ot urps Mte
wan'.Itogt he asamed hm usand. wh ti h haa woke for 1 ears helplj

ghins. So he answered he just makce her husband as I did my b~Cc
for that nisht to protect his and my husband should come in to iCf;
ans~wered him it' he felt that charge of everpthin8"" Then m d ~
n needed him for that alsht, hand saeid, "ZI you don't like (to my)ba
'he know that they need~-i haYOUrelf. You are not au wed to h~
. Asked him in a nice tone, anything: ..o.wil thk-p~"Cir
will you carry on Ilike that, everythias and be slad that I ah
Smiserable 11* and make the YOU 350 each week. I snansw ~1i
d me ashannel, and have ouband that Io am ashamed to~cl i
-no1 fear of God?. frnmt of then (......) wh en ian ~
SI~e as there do and told the na
m adel him about ..,..... that through with them. So subs~hndan
rme sahlerable life for the past swered, littlno his h~ang, T ai o
also told him that the reason and struck me near m etm
8eac timea to return is because smiled at this and I e t t for h
our home broken up sad children and my another hepdm ow.
oed him. So he came home from the floor. I had painted me uptlm
edto act as utual--aven worse pad when I opened m ~rtr ln
inarmanwitbl.SoIel time I said to ....... 'OM oat & br1
lek l b hppen rad he house. ro murderer." He nrrr e
ardk an otr scrap. So sur **This go J** hame. I am not or t
nnir a rumor that tay h~E leave and you ean't makse Aso

whenever tr11 frnn Ih N a y dd

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Chronicles of Married Life

Set Out in Chrarges Preferred By the Wife Against Her
Husband in an Unsuccessful Attempt to Oast
Him from a Secret Order

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My;iy~c Dea J "'
Youc~rtwolovinglettrmcs Irecie a er ldt er
that yo r el hstw etr utrcevdtgteo
of31tande one ofthe 1st.I do'tkowhthtis.Were
Welacll itOla; 9rte onryay a-ti we.
Clraad sipe oe o e m esera; ak adOg oe
to e.I hveplntyviitos ro Mimitha cmeto e m,

an I asgadt ha tatwenOgasenyoyo asetig

Best regards and kisses to you, my loving husband. Regards

ofroms all the ofamily Bst. regdsn' tow Mr B;teli that Mss.W rs.

B.r adIsdr comes to see me an hilos verdy; ood. Give myrgards e
to all.AbuMrR. I wrote plnyv tor hiom. Giiv thim cmy lovse.

(Thea rande' attray enti fo nwon is directed to th paent isre-
ancy between th ates of' abeored leotters and atse told atoutet

B of e stor) s m n h lo vr od i y eas

1924. On a Sulnday aternoon in the
month of August, my husband was out
fishing and I was visiting with a friend.
My husband was to meet me there. When
he came in late in the afteroon, the
children and I gareted him. One of the
sirls asked him for ice cream. He got
enary and cursed her. My friend's hue-
band was at that time elek in bed, so I
pldaded with him not to start any excite-
ment in their home. In spite of that, he
carried on trribly, cursed me and called
me the verj vilest names such as "street
walker," etc. I cried and couldn't stand
It any longer. My friend spoke to my
husband, asked him why he acted like he
did Just over a nickel. She told him, "If
i had to serub floors for a living I
wouldn't live with a man like you." He
set very angry and left the house, saying
to me, "Remember, rll fix rou for thrt "
Alter that he was a mean as possible.
We tried to hurt me by abusing the chil-
drna. One day at dinner, my little I....
asked faror anthe portion of chleken nd
may husband refuse to thve It to her.
He grabbed hold of her neck and threw
her to the loor. He bit her on the I~ps
o hard that It left his hand mark fIor
ar fewy s after. His temper reached
the stage where I thought he would kill
the abil I said nothing, onlyr treated
the child with cold appiesations. About
months after that he (my bus-
me. I was veryr mooah shamed
slo I went to his office nd
i to return. I truly wanted him
"IIP I love him and also pleaded
f~~i or tb he asso our children.
our friends wet to him cand
rtso beek to his home. They told
deats roar wife do it
Ht saserd "I am

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it up until 1925. At that time my niece
of N. Y. was visiting me. My husband
wanted me to visit his eleter (living In
this city) often. I sacid I would it he
promised not to curse me in his sister's
home, which he used to do always. At
that he got mad and again cursed and
called me the vilest names. My niece wit
nessed the fuss. She cried and pleaded
with him to stop it. She told him she
can't stand to see him make me suffer
as he did,
she can't stand to see me center so
much. He answered her, "Thla is nothing.
I'll make her suffer until she spits blood...
Bo I: again begged him to stop it. I asked
him to let me alone so that I can be
a well mother to my children, so be n-
swered me this. "Until you don't realise
that you are lower than a negro and that
I am J.... E.... and emptain, too, you
have nothing to ear. What I say ses.
You are nothing but a ervnmt in this
house. "Most of thee quarrels started
because of his faiymxn n hr
treted me ln be did. Awy nutd
me. He blamed me for everything. Mr
alone Ilet in Dec., 1925. After Eaustr pt
that year one day he brought home a
ease of ginger ale la smal bottles, just
small enough to be placed in my large
lee boa. When he c~ame home that evening
he saw the empty case on the floor sobe
began fuselas-wanted to k~no what I
did with the closer ale. I answered bla,
' la the fee elst." Re wu as so he
threwP the silver art the tabi'le m
the roWm ind 8glar cursed abe sad ..W
me the vileet apmes,
Mr anothe r wa living with as then. Sje
asked him to keep nuiet and said she weald
put them back where he wanted them. I
told him ti I made a afetake I am willl

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J. LOUIB BBOCIIET, Editor Jailbirds are always
F. o. Ba.. ms quit their nest.
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asr alshe asess widow by her sighs.
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Urey-IHow many have you de- MISTAKEN FOLKS3
pendent on you?! People are still referring to sciatic neuritis as "rseiatie
Fuqua--None to mention. rheumatism.". It just seems impossible to educate people to
Urey-I thought you had a big the point where they can discriminate for the man or wo-
family. man who limps-to say that he or she may not have rheu-
Fuqua-I have a large family mnatism at all. Remedies good for real rheumatism will not
but they are the most independ- bettefit cases that limp from other causes.
ent bunch of people you ever saw. I ha~ve seen many patients who had teeth and tonsils
Youg Srible .andhi brdeout, in an effort to cure neuritis that came from overstrain
weeaoune for thle fr~shst time or injury. I once had a case of sciatic neuritis--- severe one
,, ,,-whose left sciatic nerve became inflamed because of a dis-
te n'7 hmnte.makDarling, abe eased colon at the sigmoid flexure; he was quite disabled,
confessio to you-cnt cook.,,nrbl confined to bed. This man had had hs tonsils out and several
"Aw tat' al igh, ear Iveteeth extracted without benefit, of course! Such diagnoses
"a cnfso toa' make rgtooea. I am in this advanced' day a'nd time are positively mnexcusable. A
poet and there won't be anything neurts~ ad nvrm ent whohadsynvit i th
to cook." knee joints, tha~t might have been cured in the early stage

"Is a mosquito bite on the palm byT simple rest and the proper apphecation of dry heat. Nine
of the hand worse than one on the out of ten of them had taken medicine for "'rheumatism,"
instep?" asks the Boston Globe. which of course failed. The synovial membrane is a soft,
It feels about the same, but the cushion-like layer, lining the joint, which provides the lubri-
moral effect is worse, in that its cation for the smooth performance of the hinge. Inflame
presence convicts one of sloth and that membrane by violent pressure, overstrain, or by exter-
incompetence. When a mosquito nal injury, and you have synovitis; the joint becomes fever-
alights on your palm you can, if ish, dry, painful, and with little swelling. It is not rheumat-
you try, clap your palms ~together. le, is not necessarily caused by germs, and is not benefited
I have never been able to do that by serums, vaccines, or drugs taken by mouth for rheuma-
withmy nstes. To me, another terrible misnomer, is to call a complaint
Five years is that magic age muscularr rheumatism"--that is, between the joints. One
when a broken heart may be heal- may get muscle strain, myositis, or the vague achings and
ed with a nickel's worth of balm_- general tire of anl exhausted nervous system, but not for
to wit, a vanilla cone. goodness' sake "mitscular rheumatism." I am not infallible,
but to me there "is no such animal." The fellow wIi~th this
The loveliest bird has no song. complaiint needs REST, change of scene, mild warm baths,
and possibly change of diet and feeding. Rheumatism medi-
What a loan-sum life the pawn- emnes broker must lead. I wish I had more space to elaborate.

A small boy's definition of a
meantime is school-time.

A false rumor gains currency (?
qutiker thoan the averaep mara.

W~hy is it a mother always ex-
pects her son to turn out better

by dongg

anxious to

of a young

Cinders and pretty girls are
hard to remove from a man's

It is useless to tryI to get the
small boy to work while a brass
band is passing.

When a man makes an ostenta-
'tious display of his wealth he ad-
vertises himself as an easy mark.

Why does every man who hears
of a man-hating woman believe
she would alter her views if she
were to meet him?
T.rm *a a :n

RUNNING DOWN OR SIELT- ubn al d wife
WINDING T Weave for this racket
--"""" Ofd life.
While the layman cannot pre-mrie .
tend to follow the scientists with Daily they battle
their discussion of relativisticc Cellar to garret
thermodynamics" and the "heat Quarrel and prattle-
death of maximum entropy," there Who shall wear it.
is one line of debate fairly clearly
drawn and emphasized at the re- Ifseiwner
cent meeting of the American As- Go heptemn
socitionfor he dvanemen of Scraping the dinner
~Pli soiaten fr te Avancmen of From a tmn can.
Science. It is simply stated thus:
Is the universe gradually wearing It is no better

elooki cr is it self-winding and de- She hides a debtor
signed to run on f~sorewr? Of Eden's sin.
This is, to be sure, an ~old prob. F lv hmsu,
f~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~o lov~oltadrnin onliea Ie ishomespuin,
lem, but modern science, if still Qitdfrto
unable to come to an agreement, mwstd tofi to---
has learned a great' many more aoo rvl hone
things to say on each side of the onrelthoh.
question. Professor Richard C. Fill up the rag-sack,
Tolman of the Onlifornia Institute anquet the moth,
of Technology made at least one Splinter the loom-rack-
point that may easily be grasped. Love is just clothl
It the universe is really so con- -
stituted that it can run down, why Although treed by a bull on- an
has it not already done so? Oritario farm, that census taker
As Professor Tolman put it, must have been able to fill out at
there must be behind the universe once the question on who was the
San "infinite past;" when and how head of the house.
it had a beginning, it it had one, -
can only be conjectured in figures "Mama," said little Dorothy,
so enormous as to be meaningless. "sister don't tell the truth."
Surely by this -time the universe "Why, Dorothy, you mustn't say
would show some signs of decay, such things," reproved the mother.
of "Eanning down," of loss of en.j "'Well, last night~ I heard her
cergy. Professor Tolman, like Dr. say, 'Charlie, if you do that again
Rpobert A. Millikan, believes the I 'll call mama.' And he did it twice
universe is self-perpetuating, that more' and she didn't eall."
Sit is an endless process*

mor mpaent nit a oe s n h th zi k s i m tioive me th higeata p
whol myter is uit beondthe sition qutickest?
whol myter is uit beond Editor--If you contribute a
human mind. Even if they can fineryatil powderr magal-

th ni erse had aete agn in a
nor end, no one can understand it. Dubb--I believe I shall have to
r vth h a, dnig give up taking part in amateur
theatricals. It always makes me
at cetai da ad mnut, nnefeel that I am making a fool of
~at a _cretain day and minute, none msl.
of us can understand what was go- ChbbI nw;evryoy ees
my igon before the amiverse began tesm a.
or what will to on after it ends. -
That isl probably why it is true Tamale-I can't afford an auto.
that "it there were no God it Carne -But I thought you had
;would be necessary for man to one.
invent one." Tamle-I have. That's how I
discovered that I can't afford one.
Ronnder-I sure need advice, It's a good thing to have opin-
old man. P'm in love with a Chi- ione -and it's a better thins to
esso gangster's wife. What wKould keep the lid on them sometimes.
yeaP recommend T.-
Mender-Wj~ell, the Prodential Perhaps the spendthrift is ans-
or the Postal are both good com- ious to get rid of his money be-
Speaies. cause he is afraid of the microehs.

ht an his father didl CP
As we drove along beside the Hudson River we noticed
If y~ou would alimb upward you a crowd at one of the piers. A discouraged gentleman had
must look upward, think upward attempted to drown himself.
and live upward. Dripping and dejected, he sat on an empty barrel, while
the cop who had pulled him out of the water talked to him
If some people were to manrr like a big brother. Presently the patrol wagon arrived to
tor brains instead of for money take them away, the cop still uttering words of friendly en-
they would probably get left jurst couragement.
the same. At a busy corner stood a woman with a baby in her
arms and a youngster tugging at her skirt, anxiously view-
Morals generally are improving, ing the torrent of traffic, afraid to plunge in.
they say. Y neo bl nger fi A cop in the middle of the street sighted her, and raised
lhavatoryn the com there hadyoue his arm with a knigthtly gesture. The city stopped while
daaont find the omb. an, the timid little mother crossed over.
It was late at night. On the steps of a residence, the
.windows of which were shuttered, a man was slouched in
Sawing wood adt carrying up an obvious state of intoxication.
co ar me .A cop touched him on the shoulder. They held a brief
ont.conversation. Presently the hop hailed a taxi, loaded the in-
den isa, Ild man," said he we 1f- ebriated citizen in it, gave instructions to the taxi driver,
yunnd aoi' het me~ if a and ese idn t o purring within my own sight and
arond ayng he ad a an f lose together, reminded me that I have long intended to
you. You don't hear my wife say"~ write a little something about cops.
ing that;) I have been a respectful admirer of them for years,
lyo, t replied the oheo aapl ohey are so good loig physically, so even tempered, so
wifeshe id hr bet."Doubtless there is an occasional grafter among them;
All of, the ,protest against -thel lio large group of men in any profession is free from black
representations of crime and vice sheep.
in the movies seeda to have had no; I: admire most of all their self-possession shd the ~sound
appreelable e~ffect. common-sense way in which they go about their work. Ad-
"Two Gun" crowleyl, New Yorks Ilai E. Stevenson, once vice-president of the United States,
latest "cop killer," an undersized, used to quote a friend's remark that "the Constitution of
undeveloped boy of twenty, haslnlinois is an almost perfect document, but it should have
admitted that he got the idea of one additional paragraph. It should provide for an appeal
being a "bad man" from the from the Supreme Court to any two justices of the peace."
movies. The idea was that when all the high-priced lawyers and
"Gangster" films are worse than judges had finished their legal wrangling, then a couple of
crime stories in the newspapers country chaps should render a final decision on the baasi
because they reach the lamature of simple common101 sense.
mind that~ does not read the pa- I recall that remark whenever I see a cop calmly taking
pers. Children cannot d~aisote- testimony and dispensing justice in a traffic case. I feel then
nate between right and wrong, and like adding a paragraph to my will, to read:
the gmnman, even though shown "'In case of any dispute aong my heirs, the whole mat-
as a criminal meeting a bad end, ter shall be submitted to the theaiest traffic poliema~n, and
seems lke~ a here to many at them.. his decision shall be final."


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returns next Monday altht a
Robert Clay hotel.

Mr. Julfus Simpson retre
the city this week after luei
spent a week's1 vacation at E
dersonville, N. C., where his a1
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Returning to Miami by way of New
York city.

The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congregay
tion will hold the third of its se-
ries of summer card parties at the
vestry rooms of the synagogue on
July 14, when Mesdames Max'
Kupferstein and William IMecklo-
witz will be the hostesses. Prizes
will be given for high scores and
refreshments will be served.

Mr. and Mrs. Sol Rottort left
by motor last Tuesday for their
summer vacation which will be
spent in New York city and other
points north. They will stay away
about one month.

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seitlin, ac-
companied by their son and
daughter, will leave for New York
city to spend their summer vaca-
tion. They expect to return to Mi-
ami in the early fall.

Soslen of Chattanoogar, Tenn., Mrs
Bertram Raff and Miss Beatrice
Shaff. For the men the winnera
were A. Czech, Dr. Barney Wein
kle and J. M. K~oplowitz. Durini
the evening refreshments weri

:Mrs. Joe Schonfeld returned t<
Miami this week from an extend
s ed -trip to Newarltk, N. J., where
Ishe attended the wedding of hes
Daughter, and New York eity
'where she was present at the
Wedding of her niece.

Beth David. Sisterhood is spon-
soring another ;of its series of
card parties on Wednesday after-
noon, Ju~ly 8, at 2 o'clock at the
home of Mrs. Morris Rubin, 1928
8. W. Thirteenth street, when Mrs.
Rubin, who will be the hostess,
will be assisted by Mrs. Max Gol-
denblank. Prizes will be given for
high score and refreshments will
.eserved. The public is cordially
invited to attend.

Mrs. Michael Fisher and chil-
dren of Charlotte, N. C., are
spending a summer vacation of
two months at the Marevista
apartments, Miami Beach.

~Mr. Ferdinand Kauders of Say-
annah, Ga., is visiting his uncle
and aunt, Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H.
Kaplan, at their summer home in
Miami Beach.

Mrs. Sam Tannenbaum and
daughter, Hope Ellen, will leave
next week to join Mr. Tannenbaum
in Atlantic City. They expect to
return to Miami in the early fall.

Miss Laurette Simons, the
daughter of M~r. an~d Mrs. Harry
Simons of this eity, will leave for
her summer vacation Sunday for
a trip lasting about three months,
during which time she yKill vialt
friends and relatives in Chicago,

Mr. Mortimer Fay, son of M~
and Mrs. Larry Fay of this eit
accompanied by his brother, A
thur, and James Bishof of Miat
Beach, left last Tuesday mornil
for Camp Oseeola, Hendersonvill
Ni. C., where they will spend tl
remainder of the summer, return
ing in' the fall to Miami. Mort
mer, a student of the Universil
of Miami, will act as counselled
during his stay.

Dr. and Mrs. Max Ghertler el
tertained last Thursday evening
'at their home in honor of Mr. an
~Mis. M. Weingarten, winter res
dents of Miami.
Bridge was enjoyed by th
guests present and during the ev~
ning various refreshments wer
served. At midnight an elaborate
supper was served to the guest!
Among those enjoying the eve
ning's affair were Mr. and Mr
M. Weingarten, Mr. and Mrs. B
London, Mr. and Mrs. P. Schein
berg, Mr. and Mrs. Mendel Cro
mer, Dr. and .Mrs. Samuel Arono
witz, Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Cohen
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Letaw, Dr. ane
Mrs. Max Ghertler, Mr. and Mrs
Morris Dubler, Mr. and Mrs. Kleil
of New York city and Mr. an~
Mrs. Lewis Brown.

The J. G. C. entertained with r
party Saturday evening at the
home of Miss Rosalyn Klein, 151!
S. W~. Fourth street. A green ani
white color motif prevailed in tht
decorations and refreshments
Games were featured during the
evening and dancing was enjoyed
Members and their guests pres
ent included Miss Charlotte Da
ois, Miss Rose Levine, Miss Betty
Lasky, Miss Gladys Abenson, Miss
Klein, Miss Helen Eisman, Miss
Rose Dubler, Miss Rosalyn Daum,
Mi sa Lillian Eisman and Miss
Bob Levin, Al Perper, Victor
Kohn, Maurice Orovitz, Albert
Bernstein, Louis Spector, Arthur
Shia dloffd Mari 8R bInmLeonard

Mrs. Nathan Adelman, accom-
panied by her daughter, Marcie,
and Miss Rachel Adelman and

J kneA Iay 1o tge stoa t d.
where they will spend several
weeks visiting their relatives and
friends. Mr. Adelman will leave
July 6 for Europe to visit his par-
ents in Latvia, returning in the

Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Spector en-
'tertained a number of friends at
bridge last week at their home.
Itizes were awarded to the high
score winners and during the eve-
ning a salad course was served.
Among the guests present were
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wasman, Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Aronowitz, Mr.
and Mrs. Marion Brooks, Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Dubler, Mr. and Mrs.
'A. Warterstein and Mrs. S.

rF. race. In the same distance for girls
;y, over 100 pounds, Esther Nehan
.r- won the event. In the 100-yard
mi dash for boys Louis Seitlin was
ng the victor. The Traeger boys won
le, the 440-yard relay.
he The main event of the day was
n- the baseball game between the
;i- Yeddidim Club and a team of the
ty A. Z. A. (Junior Bnai Brith)
or which was won by the A. E. A.
who received a trophy which they
will hold until next year. The
n- trophy will become the permanent
Ig property of the team winning the
td prize for two consecutive years.
i- The ears and trucks assembled
at the Palatial Kosher Restaurant
le and from there all went to the
e- picnic grounds at the Fort Land-
re erdale Casino, where tables and
;e benches had been provided for the
s. guests through the courtesy of the
!- city commissioners of the city. The
s.J street in front of the casino had
i. been closed and was the scene of
I- the athletic events. At noon a re-
,- cess was taken to permit lunch and
,- refreshments to be enjoyed. Dur-
l, ing the day bridge and pinochle
d were enjoyed by the older folks
I. and both pool and ocean bathing
n by others. Ice cream, punch and
d candy were distributed free by the
Bnai Brith lodge to the many
guests present. The athletic events
a were in charge of Stanley C. My-
e ers. In charge of arrangements
9 was a committee headed by Wil-
d liam Friedman, wrho was assisted
e by W. L. Williams, S. Rayvis,
.Harry Freeman and others.

.Very elaborate plans have been
- made for the congregational sup-
-per which is being sponsored by
'the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami
'Jewish Orthodox Congregation
this coming Sunday evening, July
,5, at the synagogue. Supper will

lasn unti 8 lock TIe cannd
'will be seventy-five cents and dur-
IIing the evening a musical program
'will be presented. In charge 'of the I
dffair is a eomm~i te heade bj

ing assisted by Mrs. Nathan Ab-
ramson, Mrs. William Mechlo-
witz, Charles Feldman and H. M.
Drewitch. Reservations may be
cmad through any member of the

The final preparations have
been completed for the gala dance
being sponsored by the Juni"
Chapter of Hadassah on Sunday)
evening, July 5, at Carter's pier,
Miami Beach, beginning at nine
o'clock. Every possible arrange-
ment to make the evening's affair
an outstanding entertainment for
the guests who will attend has
been made. Twenty valuable cour~
during he vriee will be awarded
duin te vein. t are urged
to attend and are promised an ex-
ceptionally enjoyable evening.
Mrs. Mlannie Wesson is chairman
of the arrangements committee.


Mr. Lewis Brown, president
Beth David Congregation, is
Cuba on a business trip.

The next meeting of the Junior
Chapter of Hadassah will be held
at the Robert Clay hotel next Mon-
day evening, July 6, at 8 o'clock,
when important business will be
transacted. Immediately after the
business session Mrs. Isidor Wein-
stein will review Vicki Baum's
"Grand Hotel "'

All members of the Junior Ha-
dassah holding tickets or money
for the dance of the organization
to be held at Carter's pier Satur-
day night are urged to make findi

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bi for its pulpit, which has been
vacant since the resignation of
sabiSa Wrubel, who left several

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been on his vacation for the past
several weeks, is still in St. Pet-
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had MYrs. Day J. Apte, is in
sisvisiting friends and rela-
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ermother, and they will then
New York to meet Mr. Apte.

ar~e than asity guests attended
-eongregational supsper spen- l
by the Be~th David Bisrt~r.
last Wednesday night at the
ut Trah hall. After supper
served those present remain-
.to a yi bridge a~n~d -otheir
e.Prizes for high score were
by William Friedman and
.Isido -i-A~. Ini. habrge c~
emnswere a committee
isigof Mrs. R. S5chdarts,
a; Mrs. B. J. Spector, Mpbs.
.Maurer, Mrs. Charles Gold-
35r. J. Enagldr An# Mrs. Iali.

garden bridge party comply.
ngTemple Israel Sisterhood
dyafternoon in the Granada
partio was marked by a large
dac.The sihrubbery of the
eswith the vists of the bay
edan interesting background
the colortal tables arranged
bridge playing. Assisting the
esewliq were Mrs. A. He
,Mrs. Louis Wolf~on and
B. Pred, were Mrs. Mitchell
on, Mrs. I. I;. Rosendorf and
Isaac Levin. Those receiving
were Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan,
R. D. Flato, Mrs, Isidor Co-
Dr. F. B. Pasola and Mrs.
Id opplin.
blswere reserved by Mrs. D.
man, Mrs. C. 'Miller, Mrs.
'sBrown, Mrs. Albin Czech,
Lasrry Fay, Mrs. B. F. Fuerst,
Willian Flriedman, Mrs. Har-
Mre: -harlcs A-bbot,
6Schreiber, Sr., Mrs. F.
ard, Mrs. Gordon Davis, Mrs.
Mendeson, rs. Frank Corett,
Alois Schwarts of St. Louis,
.St A. Renach, Mrs. M. Ghert-
and Mrs. R. Wolpert. The
rhof the series of parties hon-
gthe sisterhood of Temple
elwill be held July 18 at Mi-
SBeach, the hostesses to be an-
Ciced later,

ssIda Safer, daughter of Mr.
:Mrs. Louisi Safer, celebrated
~tenth birthday anniversary
a. party given in her~ honor
andy at the home of her par-
i_881 N. W. Fourth avenue.
housei was decorated with
a?]nd .gladi3oli. Each guest was
te~6pd frith flower. TPhe ta-
krioratd6 with terns'
altol dais"ifi wra a feature.
eie! were Miss Midamn Safer
house guest, of

Bather~bl~~ Cr]Er, Ra Cohen,
Raippaiport, Rosae Far-
ree Seignnan,, Gladys
i borethyi~J Dutbler, Doro-
t liil AX~aid' Welas Messrs.

Al -ack, LoaLs Settlin, -Benm 811-
ver, T. Weintrautb, Harry Lipset.

Mr. and MA~, Ben Watts and
daughiters, Miss Bernice and Mise
Janice, and Mrs. Watts' sister;
Mrs. I. L. Seligman, left recently
for a vacation in the north.
Mrs. Ben Watts, president of
the Council of Jewlah WComen, who
has left for a vacation, has an-
nounced that, all business conce~rn-
ing the council may be transacted
with the vice president, Mrs. P.

The regular weekly Bnal Brlth
luncheons are being held regularly
at the Palatial Kosher Restaurant.
Topics of the day are diseassed by
Prominent speakers and a round-
,table discussion follows. The lun.
cheon begins at about 12:15 daily.

The boat ride sponsored by the
Yeddidim Club on Biscayne bay
last Sundair evening was attended
by a large number of stiiests. Ten.
dered in honor of members of the
organization who returned to the
eity from their student activities,
a 'veryt enjoyable evening was
spent. Dating was enljoyed on
board. The arrangements were in
charge of a committee consisting
of Messrs. Robert SwReitzer and
Hilliard Clein.

A very important meeting of
the Senior Chapter of Hadafisah
was held last Monday at the Rob-
ert Clay hotel. Plans for the sum-
mer activities were discussed. Mrs.
Freda Lutzky presided. Following
the business meeting a social hour
was enjoyed.
The Fortnightly Book Review
Club met last Tuesday night at
the home of Mrs. Harry Orlin,
when the book, "Grand Hotel," by
Vicki Baum, was reviewed by Mrs.
Adele Vinee Rose. Refreshments
were served immediately after the

All boys between the ages of 16
and 21 who are interested in th'e
work of the A. Z. A. (Junior Bnal
Brith) organization are urged to
attend the meeting of the club at
Kaplan hall rThursday night, July
9.~ An interesting program wwill
be presented and refreshments will I
be served.

The next meeting of the' Great-
er Miami Jewish Cemetery Asso-
ciation will be held next Wednes-
day evening, Julyj 8, at the Beth
David Talmrud Torah hall, when
the constitution and by-laws of
the organization will be discussed
and acted uPon. Title to the Wood-
lawn cemetery, Jewish section, was
taken this week. Mr.-W. L~ Wil-
liams is president and Mlr. I. L~.
Midntser vice president of the or-



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SJewish Florldian, was taken an
MST~ PIA MBEACII front of the clubhouse.
Mrs. Schrebnick had as visitors
last Sundag Miss Sarah Shochet
Mrs. Harry A. Lee left Tuesday and Mr. and Mrs. J. Louis Shoch-

by motor fo iai, heroes
will leave by boat for New Yorkl
city, later spending some time vis-
iting relatives and friends in
Philadelphia, Baltimore and Wash-
ington. She will return the early
part of Agust*

Mrs. Leo Rae of the Outlet
Department Store left by auto for
Chicago and expects to be gone
about two months. Mr. Rader will
join her in Chicago in about two
weeks and they will then go to
New York for a comnbmned.buasiness
and pleasure trip.

The dance sponsored for the
benefit of Beth El Congregation's
Rabbi fund, held last Thursday at
the Show Boat, attracted a large
audience. Musie was furnished by
Al Moss' orchestra which received
enthusiastic applause from aill
present for the splendid manner
of the musical renditions. Miss
Sarah Bergman won the distine-
tion of selling the most tickets.

Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Rosenwald
left this week for their. home in
Chicago. They came here, to see
their mother, Mrs. Julia Rosen-
wald, who was sleriously ill re-
cently, but who is now convales-

'Taking part in the musical pro-
gram presented last Sunday night
at the installation ceremonies of
the new Palmn Seach lodge of Bnal
Brith w~ere Miss Myrtle Shelby, in
several tarp dance numbers; Miss
Edna Salter, in several song ab
bers; Mr. Simrpson and Missr Elste
Hafrrtley i piano and vocalsle-

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Meat packers are making a
great to-do over the advice of the
U. S. Public Health Service that
people should eat less meat in
summer. The packers have sent a
protest to the government, saying
that Eskimos liire on meat the
year around and do< not suffer
from it.
This is an interesting example
of the way in which commercial
interests try to influence govern-
mrental affairs. The pulblic health
is a secondary consideration with
the packers; they are concerned
with selling more meat.
Americans are the largest meat
eaters in the world. Also we have
the highest' rate of deaths from
heart disease and hardening of
the arteries. I asked an eminent
heart specialist the other dar
whether there was any connection
between these two facts. His re-
ply was that meat is a highly con-
centrated source of muscular en-
ergy which should be used spar-
ingly by everybody who does not
regularly do a great deal of heavy
physical work or exercise.
"Eat what you like, but all in
moderation" was his advice, which
sounds like good common sense.

A colored man in Boston won
$150,000 in a gambling pool on
the British Derby. Thousands of
other Americans won large sums
.and the city newspapers have
printed columns about their win-
nings, which will make it easier
for the seller of chances on these
events to rope in more suckers
next year. Lotteries and other
forms of gambling are illegal in
most of the United States, but it
is questionable whether they do
any more harm than unlimited
speculation in stocks or grain. The
desire to get something for noth-
ing is inherent in human nature.
Mankind has always gambled and
always will. '
Nevada has recently legalized
gambling and is licensing gam.
bling establishments. A curious re-
salt of this is that a great ga~m-

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Avenue without encountering some
women well past seventy, decked
out in those original hats. Most
of them wear their skirts to the
ground, carry reticules and look
like a page out of Bodey's Ladies'
Book, which, you may recall, was
the fashion gazrette of Civil War
These old women are treated
with respect by 'everybody. This
is probably the only place in the
world where their manner of
dressing would not excite dert-

Silk Hats
Time was, within the memory
of young middle-aged persons,
when practleally all "white col-
lar" men in New York wore silk
hats to the office. For a time the
"toppers" vanished from the
street; Now they are coming back.
Men who follow the fashions wear
them in the afternoon and it is
not improbable that they may
come back for business men.
.One class never stopped wear-
ing the stovepipeses" 'I'ey are
the cab drivers who can be found
near Central Park waiting for
fares. They still drive ancient
"Victorias," hansoms, flys and
other horse-drawn vehicles.

Some Old Cabs
Taxis in this town bear famous
names like 'Packard, Cadillac,
Pierce-Arrow and others denoting
expensive makes, although along-
side appears the legend "15 and
5," meaning it costs fifteen cents
for the first quarter of a mile
and five cents thereafter, no mat-
ter how many ride. They are well
patronized, although $40 is a fair
take for the driver in the course
of a week.
Right in competition with them
are some fifty or more horse ve-
hicles of the same type as those
in General Grant's day. They look
like a page out of Dickens' but
many people prefer them to the
automobiles. -They charge about
$4 an hour, which averages about
fifty cents a mile if one .drives
through the city.
Probably half of the outsiders
who ride in them are honeymoon-
ers. We agree with their choice.
Automobiles are better for funer-
als. The "clop clop" of the horse's I
feet ana the slow progress of the
carriage all tend to intensify a
feeling of revery. Riding in them
can be described as one of life's
happiest moments.

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bling center will be set up closs
to the government's "mr~odel cit?"
at the Boulder Dam, on a twlenty-
acre strip which the authorities
overlooked in acquiring land for
the toEwnsite. Prohibition laws, it
is said, will be strictly enforced,
but it is easy to foretell where a
considerable part of the .wages
paid to workers on the big dam
will go.

New York was the list city in
America to abandon the old-fash-
ioned horse-drawn street ears, the
last of which ran uip to a couple
of years ago. Bqt it is the first
large city to abolish the steam lo- 1
All passenger. trains entering
New York city from any direction
have been drawn by electric loo-
motives for several years. Steam
engines are still used for hauling
freight trains on the west side of
Manhattan Island, and in parts of
Brooklyn, as well as on Staten
Island, where the Baltimore and
Ohio has its port terminals. But
the last steam locomotive is to be
taken off Manhattan Island this
It is exactly 100 years since the
first steam-drawn passenger train
ran on a railroad in America.
There were railroads, with horses
to draw the cars, for a hundred
years before that. There will still
be railroads a hundred years from
now, but the method of running
trains may be something w~e of
today do not dream of, any more
than our great grandfathers
dreamed of electric motors. Per-
haps air-propellors driven by Die-
sel-type engines will pull the fast
freight from New York to Frisco
in a day on high elevated tracks
in 2031. Perhaps some means of
propulsion by rockets will be used.
All we can be sure of is that
the speed will be greater.


Situated in the heart of Hender-
sonville, N. C., but two blocks
from the business section of the
city and yet placed in the midst of
the picturesque mountains for
which the city is famous, the Rose-
dale Inn, operated by Mrs. Rose
Lipsitz, has again opened its doors
for the current summer season.
Mrs. Lipsitz has been operating
hotels in this section for the past
ten years, but this is only the see-
ond season that the inn, located at
331 First avenue, has been under
her management. Modernly equip-
ped with the finest of furniture,
adjoining baths, spacious porches
and large grounds, the hotel yields
one the comfort that is needed to
provide an enjoyable vacation.
Famed for its home cooking and
exceedingly reasonable prices, the
ROsedale Inn has attracted the
finest of clientele from all parts
of the country. It as close to fam-
ous golf links, tennis courts and
where horseback riding may be en-
joyed. A large number of Miam-
ians have signified their intention
of becoming guests at the Rose-
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