The Jewish Floridian


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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
July 10, 1931
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Newspapers -- Miami (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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Vol. IV.---No. XXVIII. Miami, Plorida, Friday, July 10, 1931 Price, 5 Cents


1545 8. W. Third street
The usual Friday evening seirv-
ices will begin at 7 o'clock. Sat;.
orday morning servbices ait 9
o'clocki, with the afternoon 'serv.
ibeisat; 8:80 o'elocki. Sunday school
and Talimud Toraih are now onri va.
c~itfioh dat (6 tiCe ~bsnce fiiop.
the city oft glbi abt iapner; who is
oh his vadatfoli.

C~1CRtitGRGflOff BICA l$AVIb)
(Corsery tivb~)
180 14. 1. ~idAvenue
s. Md. mbACBTf arhbi
Services are held daly9 at 7:84
a. fit, witli thle afterndonr anil eve-
tiige seirvfibes dariljr at 7 itift 7:15.

Talatiia braih cflassesJ I during
the summer term will b~e held ev-
eri nioirSiziS exeispt Sait~irrday
aind SundayJ from 9 to 12.

? 181 N. e. Watieteenti IStreset .
Dir. JACOB H. KAPLAN, ]itabbi
Services at Temple Israel, 127
"- st. .9thh gtet ouhM y whenin ,
cotinu thr." ot" the sme

an informal presentation of mat-
ters of interest and a discussion
by the members present. Anyone
who has any subject of interest
to be discussed is invited to pre-
sent the subject to Dr. Jacob H.
K~aplanr, so thart he may be pre-
pared to speak 'on it. A social
hour will follow each religious

311 WYashinP tn cAvenue

L. AX~mRODa Rabbi
beginning at p. mab zerd
m ring se vces ~isb xlo
Sil th~eaich oil th portion of the
The regular~ Sundayr school pro-
gram begins ai; 1 a. m. and will
be continued throulghout the year.

Merchants Atten'd Meetbng

Miami merchants, both mem-
lIers and non-memnbers of the Mi-
ami Retail Merchants' Assaocia.
tion, tilet in the city commission
room of the courthouse to discuss
thje work of the association and to
foster a better understanding and
ito promote co-opera~tioit
E. Lt. Allsworth, president of the
organization, jprealded. George
Whitten of Burdine's, J. William
.Baros of tre~ Miami Rug Company,
Johin W. Watsoh, fr.,cty attor-
n fey, and F., G. Bailey, county
com reroner, a oi.

a of the Rabbl Isaa M. Wapnr of MI- MBET~ING AT~ 1CR
Cemetery mi addressed the Akron, Ohip' ~
lI interest-l congregations during~ the pat tw4 The next G~tr a~ti~3t-
send their weeks, having ormaerly occpled or Miam ~ciii Jibi~ 6s6-

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At the convention of the "Rab-
binical Assembly" (Conservative
Rabbis), Rabbi Israel Levmnthal of
of Brooklyn, president of the or-
ganization, discussed the unem-
ployment situation in the ranks
of thre rabbis. Hie. stressed as the
cause the fact that numerous rab-
bis r~e~ gradigated every yeair from
the Jei\Nsh Thieoogical Seminary~,
aind because no new cong~regaitions
dire formed many youing rabbis art
without pulpits. He proposed as
tire rei~t ied or thlis problem that
the course at the sefinary be
inarde foui instead of three years,
.anid that nelwll trsadated rabbis
I be compelled to serve as assistant
Srabbis in a co igeg~atfort for at
leass a year bfre accepting a
pulp i f he

Rabbi David Aronsort of Minneap-
olil and pr. I~tar i~yCohen, for-
mrerly of Jarcksonvirlle, Fla.

In memory 6f the late Dr. Theo-

Z:*,,"** moeet the a tl erad

Sunday evening, July 12, at the
Miami IColonial (formerly WTat-
son) Hotel.
The arrangements, which havre
been in charge of a committee rep-
resenting the Miami Chapter of
Senior Hadassah, provide for an
address on the life of Dr. Heral
by Harry Simonhoff, president of
the Miami Zionist district; ad-
dresses by Rabbi 1)r. Jacob H.
Kaplan and Rabbi 8. M. Machtei
aind a brief speech by Baron De
Hirsch ZMeyer, city councilman of
Miami Beach. A inus~ical program
will ~be presented by Mirsc. Evelyn
Raff, Miss Bose Mary Gersoli and
the University of Miami Junior
Symiphony orcheatira, consisting of
Miss Mildred Greenberg, Leonard
1%ose azid Louisr they.
The committee will serve re-
~frestiments at the close of the
meeting. Mrs. F. H. Lutzky, Mrs.
J. Williamson, Mrs. Harry Orlin,
Mrs, Isidor Cohen, Mrs. Sayde G.
Rose, Mrs. B Kandel, Mrs. H. Ru-
bin and Mrs. Sam Simonhoff are
the members of the committee of
the Senior Hadassah.

LONDON.-The will of the late
Adolph B~endler, wKho died in Par-
18 Hii 1918, wacis finally approved
by the local courts. In -his will be
left niore thain ai ~iniioh dollars to
be used for helping those Jews
who came to England to eseap*
from religiousr perseeattons. More
than twenty charitable organize -
tormt wre also ben~eticiaries on-

It's a good plan when visiting
New York to keep moving right
along. A stop is likely to lead to
anything, including a chance to
spend or give' awayj some of yorki
hard earned money. Nowhere elIse
in this country are there so many
people living by their witsr as in
this eity.
ThesEe men can be found every-
whore fro the ritziest hotels and
aio e, elomahtle fernished WallJ
Street offices to the sidewalk
curbs, and they are all after the
same thing---youir money. BCtek in
one's home town, praictically thei

to yu fr mnkar e frmbo

your money and you can slam the
door in their faces and end the

Evid Busi sh nden here intercept
one on the streets mn the unend-
ing game of trying to separate
you from your coin. Most of theth
are bootblacks of the kind Hora-
!'ro Inger made famous two agen-

worthy ltte caps and wl e-
polishing your shoes,
They are much the same type
as Alger drew as a picture of New
York life, except that few of~thern
.nowadays are ragged, like his he-
roes, but instead are well-shod,
aggressive little chaps with a
Keen eye to business. Their shines
might be a little more lasting, but
That is the penalty one pays for
dealing with a sidewalk merchant.

Street Performers
At night most of these little`
lads go in for street performances.
Their favorite stamping ground is
;the sidewalk outside of a theater
during the intermission of a play'
When the theater-goers come
out to smoke a cigarette or get a
bteath of fresh air, these young-
sters go into action. One of them
starts playing a mouth organ and
the others fig. Some of them turn
lcar~t-wheels and occasionally one
is seen doing a clever little jug-
'gling act with a worn derby or an
orange. Then the hat is passed and
quite a few dimes 'drop into, the
hatr. Their act is often so interest-
ing that, the spectators are larte in
getting back to their seats, caus-
ing more than a little annoyance.
Bist it is one of those things one
soon gets used to in this eity.

Evietbd 'Clat
Radio City, which is being built
right in thehearut ofC the theatri-
;cal district and which wtll cover

ith at som sufne ng. oshamf
tBhis exikstsmong the cats who
havebee drvenfrom hpine%.
They have naot~ only loat their
homes, but lost all their tblink
~titi th@ei aeihb4 #di
n aj*& b cPala ose ti .ghists
Iifi~; Tlittil on their h

first meetings nce the fonrmal in. YL NBR
stallation of the organization lasrt Th'e Chevra Kadie
Tuoesday night, with Mr. Josep greoaer Miaml Jew~is
f%. Lesrser, hd of the orguanise Assulation is asking
ston, presidin:. A lare niumbr~s ofed la this work to

The recently organized Palm
B har rla d~ f Bl B ithI h ld its

Community~ Center

Plans Are Drawn

Plans for the erection of the
Commdmity Center for Miami
Beach, adjoining the synagogue of
the Beth Jacob Congregation, were
submitted by B. Kingston Hall,
M~iami Berich arch~itect, to the
building ebmmittee consisiting of )
J. Caplain, J. Albert, A. Wasser-
man and Jacob Becker.
The plans provide for Talmed
Torah and Sunday school rooms,
a Piyiinnacsiotun, Ilocei* irooms, ra~b-
bri's office and offices on the
gr~opnt flobr. A.bitriqu~et roond
withl a seating capacity of 800, a
niobt ozi gturb booth, kitchenl stid
offices will be on the second floor.
Thle buildirig wheni ;ereetejd will
be the enlthninkrtioni of anr effort on
the part of kianii Eieach Jewry
to estalblisih a Jew~ish comshiinity

more than fourdeit athoivf san dollr n
masraise f~r ~the erection o the e
Twhi the cntrs i to e eineeted
witi n wi te atr hhs re ove
hoode ofr forty thouisand dollar. r.
Hia irry~i Lb Litoi i president of the


Memorial Shaft


On irext Sunday, July 12, at 11
a. m., the unveiling ceremonies for
the tombstone in memory of the
late Jesse M. Hoffman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Max Hoffma1n of this
city, will be held in Wfoodlawn
Cemetery. Rabbi Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan of Temple Israel will of-
Young Hoffman met a tragic
death from drowning while on his
vacation visiting his uncle in ;Ala
bama a year ago in trying to save
one of his conipanions~ wihen the
boat in which they were rowing
All friends of the family are
rirg'ed to attend.


Dr. John W. Shisler, city ~wel-
fare director, and MBrs. Cora Bain'
in charge of charities, were in-
structed Wednesday to report the
present status of charity and un-
employment in the city to the city
commission Monday, when a meet
ing was held with the commission
to devise means of relieving un~
The city commission met with
Dlr. Shisler, Mrs. Bain, W. r.
Greene, who participated in the
handling ~ofthe mayor's une~-
ployment fund last spring, and
Louis MeReynolds, secretary of
the chril service boar .
~No action wars taken pending
the uep rts by Dr. Shisler and



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Cemetery OBoy

Adopts Rules

At the last meeting of the
Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery
Association, held last Wednesday
night at the Beth David Talmud
Torah, the constitution of the or-
ganization was formally adopted.
The organization, which was
chartered several weeks ago and
took title to the Jtewish section of
Woodlawn cemetery this week, is
composed of representatives of
the! Beth Darvid, Beth~ Jacob and
Miami Jewish O~rthodox Congre-
igations. Mlembe~rs in good stand-
ing of these three congregations
will be enrrolled as members of the
cemetery association for the sum
of three dollars per year which
will be paid by the congregations.
Non-mnembers of these three con-
gregations inay enroll as members

bypain anuldu of se

A Chevra Kadisha which will
perform the last rites is now be-
ing organized and will be under
the direction of the association.
alls nder shrl ibet a'kd e
er Miami district for a standard-
ized funeral for the members of
the association.

Preparing For

High-Holiday g

At a recent meeting of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congregi-
tion committees were named to
arrange for the high holiday ser-
vices which begin September 10
at night.
New seating arrangements are
being made and well known can-
tors will chant the morning and
evening services. It is also plan-
ned that a new Safer Torah which
!has been purchased by the congre-
gation and which is expected to
Arrive in Miami shortly will be
Formally placed in the synagogue
Iwithr formal exercises. Prominent
'speakers will attend and a very
elaborate musical program will be


LAKELAND, Fla.-Max Bernd
Cohen, hioted fresco painter of
Macon, GCa., and New York eity,
whGlo recently returned from five
years of study and exhibidiing in
Europe, will be a member of the
fa~crilty of the John and Mabel
Ringling art museum at Sarasota.
President Ladd Mri. Spivey niade
the announcement Tuesday. The
school oliens at Barasota Occtober
1, under the direction of ~Southern
Coheh will arrive in Sarasota in
September. He received a bachelor
of arts degree sit Colimbia Uni-
verityiiiii~~~~~~ and -then tooks a degree
As babhelor i laws. Fo the

Yotrk eit. H~e is in his early


.Friday, July lo, 1981

food, so when the children left for school
I asked my husband to set some fish thus
day because the children are tired of the
foods he set earch day. The same things
only to phe na. So la sot ma and sasi

day he'll buy flah *when he has moneyp.
Now they have to eat what I order sad
be satisfied. So I told my husband that
he knows well enough that he can buy
food because he has money for a person
that has no money does not sit In one
place and read a book all day for weeks
and weeks without worrying.


ChfOthclCIS Of Married Life

Set Out in Charges Preferred By the Wife Against Her .
Husband in an Unsuccessful Attempt to Oust
Him from a Secret Order

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So he used to answer me, "What am
I feeding you for?" So for years I never
mentioned it again. About two years ago
my husband took the children to the bank
and deposited $500 on my name and $255
for each child in separate accounts. He
brought the book to me, so I thanked him
for what I told him I thought was a gift
from him for Christmas. I didn't mention
that he owed me the $500 because I knew
with whom I was dealing,
So when he left me with no support so
isea tdl borrowing mdon f un m
savings account. But when I, went to the
bank (Mrs. I.... C.... was with me),
at the bank I was told that the money
has been drawn out and they also kept
my book that I handed in and refused to
give it back to me. I asked the cashier
1o bl can drank ph.. (wrtim i e
to be in his office. He told them he want.

.d t em o elp e ake p ae no th e f

hem the Id mhuak a ne
The men got so excited and started to
leave the office, so he called them back
and said, "What are you leaving me
with?" They asked him if they deserved
that insult after he asked them to his
office to help him. They told him ~they
remembered talking to him years ago that
this is not the way to lead a life that
she (I) had to get a lawyer; there was
nothing for to do after you started with
the law.

My husband realized he was wrong and
sent these gentlemen to me with the fol.
lowing conditions, so I answered them
that I am very sorry but I cannot accept
any conditions without my lawyer's ad.
vice. While in my husband's office these
gentlemen told him that if it were he
(my husband) that was right in .this case
they would not hesitate to help him in-
hta f om e. Mr. Sm2. re nded mV
tell him all about what's going on and he
was dodging him (Mlr. 8....) until once
he did find him in his office and my' has-
band did complain to him, so he (Mr*
8....) lectured him, showed him why he
wRas wrons; at that time my husband had
a sign in his office saying 'Heelpins the
Helplese-Only Colored," so Mr. 8....
asked him was that fair and is he (my
hubsand) not ashamed to have such a
sign and his own wife and children
He answered him, he knows exactly
what he is doins. So when mr husband
blamed Mr. 8.... for lettinsC me set a
lawyer Mr. 8. .. reminded him about
the above. He told him that he did advise
him long ago to set different and this



you to take something to do away wi h
it, but if you don't want to, ten so -
So I used to cry and ask him what
he meant y it. Wh did he do that to

me. I pleaded again and asked him what
he wanted of my life. So he answered,
*What happened now is because P'm jour
husband. But I told you to do away with
It." During the seven months there were
days when I felt well, so he used to tell
me that I am pretending. During these
seven months he would make me do all

and the children can so without things
and have no money. If you don't like it,
take me to court." So I asked him what
was wrons. Again talking about court?
So h awin' "estha' 18 usts what I mM d
realized that the beach vacation was a
put-up Job to put my mother out of the
hous c. that something was going to
happen again. After that he did so much
spite work to hurt me that I felt I will
get sick if it continues much longer. I
reminded him of only a week ago when

(Continued from Last Week)
My mother cried and asked my hus-
band why he wanted to kill her daugh-
ter. My ............ said to my hus-
band, "All right, J...., come on with
me." So I answered, "'All right, .......
you tried to do this for years, to break
myhome, and you have him now.

continued for a long while until he left
the last time. After that Mr. S.... and
Mr. Rt.... left my house (on a Saturday).
Wednesday morning following I was over
to Mr. I.... C.... home. My little girl
phoned me there, saying that my hus.
band was home. I was shocked. Mrs. C..,..
wa afraid toltm ohm ln n
;n.:~d ~~, I~ ~~l

hat I
l live
sah I

he made me some beautiful promises,
he said that he was very rich and t
knew it and that from then we will
dieother res table people adt
i~lr ~~kpnPn n heandill

the heavy work such as wash clothes* It seems to me, I told my husband, that
floors and take care of the lawn at the he stays home to watch me. 'Tou'll har
h use. any du dholit. He wuld a fuse toa swell chance, I told him. Maybe ye
wase asnice as eposil. Af ther maing me want to eatch me with my lover," I told

work very hard all day and worry me. Inimb tg, o he saieheayshnothnga do,
I asked him why he was so kind in the not watching you. So again I pleaded wt
evening only before he needed me. So he him and asked him again what is it ag.
answred "Yo ar mitake o Iactly that he wants from me, his ebldl
answered, ~ ~ ~ *Yo *r itkn ,"S dren or the world, on the whole what was
answered hini, "Remember, J..... there wrong with things that nothing pleased
is a God inkthis- world .and if you can him and made him so mean and adyl at
hurt me likei this you will be punished times we moody, So 8 now ifml asked
for it nant, he answers, "'I don't know; I
So h answer tat hs Gd hd didn't do it." When he answered me that
wooe hea ansrd chant hearGo hmand if I would get all excited and ask him who
he does to go ahead and punish him. Then he thl out he asd talkn t that wl a pe
after that he formed the habit of going wIt Ilenot h .fo I i tll alc e kn
out evenings without me. He tried to do So he answered, "I didn't say anything."
anything that would hurt me and if I So I asked him if he thought he wasI
kept quiet and started something else a dealing with the type woman he dealt
little meaner. So I tried to make the bestwth he nhealobuns.Isea
of it and obey doctor's instructions such of sympathy from him I received Insults.
as not to worry because I' realized my life He worried me so that the lIttle life with.
was, in danger.,One night after he left I in me died and for months I was slek
took very siek. pu thhq hide no bd brM ul tht lif ka uiw asr ass tb
head and forgot to take the spread off with me. After this each time I crle
my husband's bed. Around midnight he the doctor I begg~ed him to tell me the
came in, came to my bed and yelled for truth, what was wrong with me. I toldthe
me to get up and remove the spread off doctor it seems to me I was not penn
his bed. I was so sick I was unable to but I thought it was a cane pr aesnan
answer him. He continued to yell and I I felt terrible pains in m fneehtuor
was so frightened I felt something was m
going to happen that night. So I asked While the doctor was there he ce
him to please take the spread off him- very nice, attentive to show theedaector
self, that I can't lift my head because I that. he sypathie with e hp
was so sick. So he refused and said that band was scared I wo id t le th dco
I simply must get up and take theepread howma he a om.8 doctor
off-there will be war in this house. I told meano eo was to me. So thes dotr
asked him to keep quiet because he will not m ane not to worr, myt mslknesswa
scare the children and reminded him that n acne rtmr u utke
it was midnight and if I get up I will or inothe hworr adno t o n
drop, and asked him again to please re- oue
move the spread. o d F~ L: r^-

they left. I fainted again. My neighbor, She feared something drastic will happen* me the books to prove to me that all he
Mrs. J..... came in wethchlrnBut I insisted on going home alone. When Jhas is both his and mine. I answered him
calld fr hep. he rvivd me MyI came in the house my husband was that I don't care about his money if only
neigborandmy othr hlpe meup-sitting down and greeted him, saying, he would treat me like he was a gentle-
stairs and put me to bed. Meantime the "Hello." He stood up and said, "M...., I man, that it would make me happy
chidre clle or fiens theIG....) came for my clothes. I am going away. enough. I reminded him that he swore in
chilren alld ou frinds(theG.....)front of the judge that everything be.
on the phone and cried, telling them to wht w lomnew ow eAls wh ember thog longedtohsiteadMr.B..So
please come to the house, that their (I will turn out to be a bum. It is no use he todme asinl stoomepro ehhs a i
Daddy and ...... almost killed their to try, I am getting worse and not be t- a iad htIkow gehsb ok od andwel that i'
mother. Then called Mr. and Mrs. I.... ter." it's ours (my husband's and mine). So
C.... and told them the same. At the IasedhiWhdooutllkeagain he told me that he did that to
time my husband struck, the children ran tiTs souhmeawllamneprotect himself so that I could not get
to the phone to call a doctor and for and no one is sending you away." So he n on omamhtakedh "Hre
help but my husband held them back and answered, "Give me my clothes." This in g ocutaan"Atrta emvd
would not let them do it. As soon as they an angry tone. So I told him not to back to our home in Miami. I asked him
left, the children called my friends and frighten the children about the clothe again to give me some money so that I
Mr. I.... C.... with his neighbor, Mr. and I told him I was sorry and will have can set the children ready for school and,
R..... came to the house and brought to question my lawyer first. So he ran leav me out. I'll try to do without. But
th dctr it tem(Dr. A....). The ou ftehuevr a.the children had to get ready. So he did
next day I called Dr. M. T.... to come H kdgive me some money that day. For it I
tha Ie ue teuse my eyes pa ned meD tune tote hake puto the crne an e kse and thninked him. The next day
T.... told me I escaped very lucky and and threw it on the floor and said, "To
after that I stayed in bed for a week. hell with my father and remain home and
When Mr. C.... and Mr. R.... and Dr. remember." Then he said, ''M..... (in a THIS PART HAS BEEN
A.... came in I told them everything nace tone) I am going to give you a
that happened. When my husband left weekly allowance $40 each week to run DELETED
that night when hesrc eh okthe house with," and asked me what
the $50 cheek with him. I was left with- about the clothing. I looked at him and
out any money. I borrowed $50 from Mr. could not make out the whole thing. The The doctor visited me and told my
G..... The next week he (my husband) idea of him (my husband) should con- husband that I must stay in bed, must
sent me through his bank a cheek of $50. Side that a woman or children need cloth- not be aggravated, must not do any hard (
I noticed that my first name was mis- sus, because he was not accustomed to work, and in spite of that he worried
spelled. Instead of M.... he spelled it that. During the 14 years I was married me more than ever. Each time he came
something like M.... and refused the I made everything to wear for the chil- home and found me in bed he would pull
check. dren and myself. I only bought them off the blanket and say ''I want service.
shoes and hose because I didn't know how There is no such thing as sickness and r
I went to the bank and asked them to to make that* you cannot stay in bed." He had no cause
please change the name M.... to M.... for that because I would prepare my
So they told me they cannot do it but So to hear him being so considerate I meals anyway but stay in bed my spare l
they will call my husband and ask him thought he surely changed for the good, moments. During this when I felt badly
to correct it. At the same time my little so I told him, "That's nice, J..... Now I used to call to my neighbor to have
girl called my husband on phone and you are talking and with the allowance her call the doctor. When the doctor came
asked him to change the check so that it was also a surprise." I never received in each time finding me at work he
we can have something to eat because an allowance during the 14 years of mY would say, "Good for you-didn't I tell r
we have no money and no food in the marriage. He used to bring food to the you that you can't work, that you only l
house. She asked him for the first bank- house and pay all bills necesayay. I had help make yourself worse by doing so?" I
ers' check he took aa wthhm heto cry for every dollar I eVe~r received I would have to sit down while doing my Is
night when he struck me. from him* work but I never neglected my duties to
my husband, home and my children. The i
And he answered the child, "Goodby: At this time my mother was still liv- only time he was kind to me was in the t
that check Mama will never see." At that ni" hwih oth hael b gane t ing aul evenings. That is exactly how it kept up I
tim Iha 800 n avnga cunt i h
Rnc~ark Bioan Rnk~ efreI a the children was, "Well, children, as long frsvnmnh.

y a e s ariend of ours
th at lives across the street from as came
o rd and knocked at the back door and
tse me would I mind if he looked at
th exercising thing my husband had to
th ack yard. So I answered, "W~ih
Pleasure, but come in. Mr. E.... is here"
So our neighbor friend came in. This
h anndhas been a sick man for years. My
hsa and he began to talk about his
(oui friend's) sickness. During their con-
ve as le my hosan thMd o akdt re
smile than his usual ones as aff""Ie was
making fun of our friend. So I left the
room and ,they continued talking. After
whileM theh mban sai s "Well, I am go-
inn" M huban anwered him in a
nice way to come over some times and
use our exercise aPparatus. He; also told
him itwill do him good. So the man an-
see i,'I you would come over to
us. Mr. E..... we would visit you folks."
So my husband answered him, "I don't
like to go to anybody's and I don't like
anyone coming to me." The friend felt
insulted and hurt and answered my hus*
band. "You must remember we are neigh
bors and old friends." So my husband,
"All right. I'll see," and our friend left.
So my husband looked at me in a funny
way, smiled sarcastically and said, "So
you fooled J.. E..... eh?"
At that I began to laugh and shook

matkhush Atr ti hek eft toe homs o
the first time in many weeks. That night
he came home, had his dinner and I no*
ticed he had a trick for a new plan. I
could tell by his looks already when he
planned something. He was very cross
and grumbled all the time and would ear
toume d Momething is uofn end twe
very mad and start to fuss art. him and
I aidI am Bon r g te oer to oar frie 1

denh hisgaeetadmd "M o n

So he answered me that he waited too
long for me to drop and as yet I never
dropped dead so he wishes I would get
up and maybe it will surely happen this
night. He yelled some more so I decided
not to answer at all. So he took the
spread (it was a beautiful, expensive one
that I liked very much) and tore it in
half and asked me if now I was' going
:o answer. I said nothing at that as
much as it hurt me: I kept quiet
After that he went to bed.

as Grandma is with us I will not take
you and Mama out. Not until Grandma
eahtime es~at dho n hoe w Idalstad
that Grandma had to leave. Naturally I
felt terrible to see him hurt my mother
and a kednh m ew at i hd idea of stad"
my poor old mother. So he answered that
he did not want my mother in his house
nor in this town.

I told him that he didn't wat m
mo her in th house and cannot make
him but I wanted to know why he ob-
jected toher staying in this town. I also
asked him why he can be so cruel as to
ask her to leave town when he knew
thathahe w nooldthperso and hd t
was afraid to let her to North for the
wnte abtranbei d h re fa n eo pei o
it has to be so and he didn't want her in
the house and that's all there is to it.
Then my mother and I asked him to rent
her (my mother) a room somewhere in
the city for over the winter and he said
no, she has to go back to New York:
doi frhe rather ueae khe wilw o t
gave me any money to do it with. So trr
to picture how uufel was to see him

married my father gave me a gift of
$500. I gave it to my husband to hold.
He was doing business with it. Every time
I asked my husband for a few dollars he
always insulted me, so I asked him to
please give me back my $500' so that I
could have a few dollars of my own.

He treated me very cruel, not like a
human being. Until I realized that he
tricked me to make me sick so as to kill
me in a mece way. Durmsg these seven
months I bled continually each time I
took very sick. I called my doctor and
he said to my husband, "Remember, J..,
she has to stay in bed. That will be the
only way she will pull through. She must
have help in -the house. I have number
of cases similar to your wife's case, so I
put them to bed and make them take
care of themselves so~ they can pull

So my husband said he cannot have
help in the house, he will take care of
me. ~My doctor answered this, "Until now
I spoke in tone of a friend, but now I
8me She c t w e'd w orre. Y u ust
about yur imainess. Yo aren't nurse her,

Again my husband told doctor he can-
not afford help in the house, he'll take
care of her. So the doctor said to him,
"'J..... does it not cost you more for
me to visit your wife twice each day,
the yoican abire a eolored- sch i fr a
visit your wife?" I was so discouraged at
this time I Met nkd knew that hedeliph -

ho e I eee ett be no mter no

To this day I never mentioned the
spread incident to him. I repaired it as
well as I could and kept quiet. He tried
a million ways in which to annoy me so
as to make me sick. So again I asked
him why he treats me like that and what
does he do it for, there must be a rea-
son, so he answered he will do me mean
est there is in the world. He came back
for revenge because I got a lawyer to
fight his complaint, and if I couldn't get
my -revenge through law I come to get
it myself. He asked me why I didn't comle
to him to beg him to retur ise o
getting a law r adr rny intad pof b
he can hurt wyerfeal ngsanhe wa5 dpos ble
Then he started something new. Fo
weeks he didn't get out of the house for
neu moment and began to punishldus br
th atoer a8r end or er ona ri
what I needed in the line of aod me
now he ordered just what eh footd, but
I kept quiet. I wanted to se hwatd So g
this trick can last. I had tosee ow alon
the time also and I didn't stayn t lall
him. He used to sit wnan to leaer o
th akn ahrd r in th ause fom mr
was cros ll ng wthea too and as usual he
mhealse hday andk shae i a l. hi e ti

tn .e opo fo ek.A h a re

him t o le e ta for e wne d
unanswered ovr admover ao in, o I
few days after that he changed for the
tood. He was as nice as he could be. He
told me he realized that I was in a run-
down condition because of how he treated
my mother and me. But he said, 'c' you
would no home (my mother) then we
could move to the beach for a few weeks
to give you a chance to rest up." He said
to my mother, "You know what a terrible
summer she had because of me and if you
were a real mother you would immedi-
ately." This he said to her to trick her.
So I told him that he was very nice to
be so considerate of me but that those last
few days were worse for me than the
whole summer. So I felt that something
new will happen. I knew he wanted my
mother out of the house so that he can
get after me again. After that my mother
moved away. So my husband said, "Now
we can move to the beach," and we did.
The first week at the beach he acted
very nice. After that he started his ugly
ways again. After staying at the beach
two weeks he said we will have to move
back to Miami because the air does not
agree with him there. While at the beach
I received my weeklyl allowance for one
week: after that he said I did not need
any money at the beach: that he will
again brings in whatever food we needed.
So I knew another scrap ws soon to
happen. So I told him school was to open
sobn and won't he shve me omre money
with whleh to set the children ready,
and also asked him for moneyr for a pair
of shoes and hat for mysllf.
Our holidays were approaching and I
,needed those t hans 1t I wantal to so to

n i the past several years.



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have all been taken from court recod~'""_""""'"fIo cutrcrds I tterecwitno ie i

The story appearing in to
y's issue and that

Of last week were taken from chare filed c~
FESS8081 years ago,. as outlined i
the caption apern inve

knihiMaillill 1111115 lignill III MIMMI I 1 I 1 IllimRAMIMI MMnr

Friday, ~July 10, 1981


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P. o. ass asta
Miaml, Florida Phone 2-1183
Mrs. M. Schrehnickt, Repnresetatie

s pa uum no e am y, no your c ren, nto you and your
wife-and if you all use it four or six times a day, all the better-
for the nostrum-vendor. For, nine out of ten, you could use hot water
and boracic acid with better results at one-twentieth the cost.
A good rule for the rural radio-fan is, to believe nothing he hears
from a paid propagandist. He has an ax to grind, and you, dear
reader, have been picked out to turn the grindstone. Summon your
horse-sense; that's my advice.

strascalPTION Lawyer (taunting witness)-
sh Months ........... t@Hv you ever been in jail?
One Year ........................ s3.00
Witness--Yes, sir; once.
VOL. IV.--NO. XXVIII. I Lawyer--Ah! For how long ?
FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1981 Witness-Just long enough to
whitewvash a cell which was to be
occupied by a lawyer who had rob-
bed dozens of his clients.

Passenger (asking for third
time)--Have we reached No. 284
Prospect street yet?
Conductor---Yes, ma'am. Here
you are. (Stoips ear.)
Passenge~r-Oh, I didn't want to
WIHOSE JOB IS IT? *. get out. I wanted to show my lit-
tle doggie where he was born.
From time to time we find dis- MveDrco-ewn n
cussions in the daily and the Jew- adec o h pr cn.
ish pr~essr regarding examinations, Castienge Dir tetopr-Acnyaric-
conventions, elections and other .,sin Drco-A ptiu
important events being held on lar types
Jewish holidays. To us this is get- Movie Director--No, just any-
ting to be' a nuisance and we .body who can cough.
imagmne it must be a nuisance to
a lot of others. It looks as if we I have one love who keeps his
are perpetual complainers, just be- tryst with me,
cause we use so little sense in Forgets no promise, fails no
meeting such situations. If it is rendezvous;
of importance to see that colleagues Spring pours each year new bowls
and schools avoid holding exami- of ecstasy,
nations on a Jewish high holiday, Brings buds to birth, and when
then w'hy in' the name .of common h oe owo
sense shouldn't there be someone, Casts doubts, dilemmas,b ever~p"
or some committee to check it up thnaid,
in advance ? No, everybody waits Anlieamnrhlisme
ountil- a group has selected its date for his bride.
and then a protest goes up. Inter- Spring never did and never will
views and more interviews, and forget
letters and then more letters, lo- To bring me daffodil and violet.
cal rabbis get busy and national Tho' all my other loves are re-
rabbis get busy, the American mis
Jew sh Cohmmitteeb gets bsy,o the Sprin t ki .otfail to wake me

--just one excitement after an- -
other. Here's an example of just Mike--Pat, what in the world is
what we mean. Let our Jewish the matter?
leaders read this editorial from Pat--I just got out of the hos.
the Boston Jewish Advocate:: Ipital--was operated on for happen.
"It is with decided regret that dicitis. -
we find the refusal of the Nation- ;Etike-What's that got to do
al Executive Committee of the with the lump on your head?
American Legion to postpone the Pat-Why, it's got a lot to do
opening day of its convention, to with it. They ran out of ether.
take place in Detroit, until after -
Y'om Kippur, a definite and irre- You don't have to lead the av-
vocable one. Although countless erage young man into temptation,
Jewish members have appealed tot Let him alone and he'll hunt it up.
the Legion officials to change the .When the average young man i
official opening so that it would has been engaged three months he
not conflict with the holiest day begins to look as seedy and bossed
in the Jewish calendar, which this around as a married man. .
year falls on September the twen-) When a man turns to arbitration
ty-th'rst, and although Legion it's a pretty good sign that he
leaders declare they are anxious ta otsce fdy o h
to avoid the mistake in the futurethtmsscrdodasorhe
of holding the convention on an Jews deprives those ]Legionnaires
important Jewish holiday, yet, as who expect to be present at the :
far as this year is concerned, the convention from participating ;
die is east. The first session will therein.
start on Yom Kippur Day, de. "This failure, however, on the
spite the fact that it interferes part of the Jewish Legionnaires
with the religious observance of a and the Detroit Jewalh leaders to l
large factor in the Legion mem. secure a change of date should l
bership. serve as a lesson to all JTewry. P
"The decision to hold no after-i Only too frequently do our spokeas. a
noo session of Yom Kipper, al. men wake up too late to discover
though perhaps a somewhat gra- that examinations in school, con.
ecious aiet ourtwardly, does- not al- vention dates, or other events,
ter the fact that but half the re- have been scheduled for important
spect is shown its Jewish mrem. Jewish holidays. These occurrences a
brsa by the Legion, since holding can be prevented. There is no rea.
any meeting, no matter how brief son for .their continued recar.
or trivial in importance, during rence!"





didn't make his bluff work. .f If
you could ring the bell every time RAD)IO AND HEALTH
you shoot, there would soon be no
fun in shooting. .. If you can't Radio, the crowning achievement of its time, and one of our
take a roasting, you should be greatest blessings, may be degraded to a mere matter of dollars and
careful about roasting someone cents, when mankind descends wholly to that level. D~id you ever think
else. Possibly the other fellow that your receiving set may lead you headlong mnto the open arms of
doesn't enjoy it any better then the nostrum-vender and quack, solely in the interest of his pocket-
you do. book ? That you are made poorer and he the richer by your own
~soft gullibility ?
My neighbor in the lunchroom It gives me a first-rate case of nausea to hear the blatant yawp
down the street of some hired man for a quack concern, pleading with me and you to
Sweetens his cup of coffee gen.l go to a drug store, first thing in the morning and BUY a bottle of
erously; Igerm-killer that knocks 'em in a specified number of seconds!
Stirs it a bit, and then let's it go These fellows that never crossed the threshold of a pathological
at that, laboratory in their lives, presume to tell me about "bacteria." They
In indolence, as far as I can see. infer off-hand that yo'u and I have a mouthful, neckful, stomachful of
He drinks it down, nor heeds the potent germs, deadly in character, if not killed off at once by the
bitter tang; great bottled savior of mind and body; they juggle handily with labo-
Thus a large residue of crystals ratory terms, as though they had been raised on test tubes and re-
sweet torts and chemical reactions; all to get YOU -ard ME to BUY their
Is washed out, mingled with; stale gully wash and soak it in our systems.
coffee grounds, And do we buy it ? We certainly do; we buy stuff of which we
To elog the sewers underneath know absolutely nothing, at the solicitation of an itinerant who in
our feet. solely interested in the sum he can extract from your purse, and who
The gathered sweetness in our cup knows and cares nothing about the stuff he is paid to peddle. He gets
ih~ ba1. l r~ ,Ir t th f l it il

Chlorinda--So there was some
hot necking at your house last

night ?
got too near the gas
celluloid collar t

Uncle John
Jet with his

prefer ch

-I understand that you
barges against this man ?
-No, sir. I prefer cash,
s what I had him brought

Entered as second class matter, urc
July 4th, 1980, at the Post Office ad that'
at Miamii, Florida, under the act here for.
of March 3, 1879.

of life
Is love, sweet love, bequeathed
to us to share
With fel~lo~w travelers on its toil-
some path,
To make its memories .beauti-
ful and fair.
How can one waste in strife and
petty peeves
The precious hours that pass in
measured haste ?
Sweet love, unshared, a miser's
useless hoard,
Is, at the end, a treasure gone
to waste.

Then, let not nature's love and
Be flung into the discard of neg-
While thre~ se .lonely spirits .to
be cheered,
And ~little ones to cherish and
Let true love be the biggest thing
in life,
Of -all its sparkling chain the
central link;
And let it not, dishonored, leak

Through perforations of a kit-
chen sink!

The office boy took off his cap,
presented the bill, and stood at
ease. "My boss says I'm not to go
back until you give me the money
you owe him," he said.
"Oh," was the reply of the debt"
or. ~"I wonder if he'll recognize
you in a beard?"

It doesn't require much effort
to gamble*

Too many men speak twice be-
~ore they think.

Prolonged visits are likely to
deal hospitality a deathblow.

114 the haimmer of trUth wRhen
you have occasion to nail a lie.

One can never estimate a man's
salary by the work he claims to

It costs more to' avenge our
wrongs than it does to protect our

A woman never knows what a
anan thinks of her, although she
thinks she does. -

"Waaier, an egg boiled, not too
soft and not too hard-tonat, also
not too hard, but well browned."
"Yes, sir; any bpeelal pattern
on the ckinat".



Last summer there wras a wt-"tter-shortage in;a visiting.
I happened to be chatting with my host, who is a noted man, while
he was shaving, and I noticed how careful he was to, use very little
"It seems sort of silly for you to be so conscientibus," L remarked
"After all, the few drops that you conserve won't make any differ-


"they m 1' mak ffny tieorec in the final result," he said, "but
When he saw from my expression that I did not quite get hi's
meaning, he proceeded to give,me his philosophy of life.
He said that when he graduated from college, a quarter of a
century ago, there was a great deal of popular emphasis upon so.
called "social service."
Science had begun to introduce wonderful new inventions for in-
creasing human happiness. Men were stirred by the hope of a quick
millennium. Young people graduated with the notion that a few years
of earnest effort would transform the world.
My friend was one of the most eager of the reformers. He or-
jganized, and voted, and agitated, and did all the things that he
should. But nothing happened. The good candidates for whom he
cast his vote were defeated. The good causes made slow progress,
Human nature showed a discouraging unwillingnessP to change.
"I went through a period of deep illusionment," he said. "I
thought to myself, what's the use of doing anything when one's single
effort seems so futile ?
One day while I was in this mood I discovered these words of
'I, therefore, .. consider how I may exhibit my soul be-
fore the judge in a healthy condiition. Wherefore, disregarding
the honors that most men value, and looking to the trath, I shall
endeavor in reality to live as virtuously as I can; and when I
die, to die so. And Iinvite all other men, to the utmost of my
power; .. .to this contest, which, I affirm, surpasses all con-
tests here)
"That flashed across my mind like a bolt of lightning,"' my friend
continued. "It clarified everything.
"I realized that I am not, responsible for the success or failure of
any good easse. All I am responsible -for is my own best effort- in
that cause. Whether my vote be effective or not; whether the amount
of water I can save will make any difference--these are dot the ques-
"The only question is: Am I doing my bestt
"That discovery gave me great comfort," he concluded. "May~be
you could use it in one of your editorials ? "
"Many thanks," I ansBwerdC. "I can1."

BEB~d~IUlld dii~B)FOBbB~UlbfJI~1~BYI i

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Friday, July 1(>, 1981

F': :tt street and Second avenue.' day evening, a very interesting re- B. Kandel and Mrs. Lewis Brown.
80999************ Q00oo9oooooo09 otes In the absence of its president, view of Priestly's "Angel Pave- During the afternoon refresh.
~Mrs. R. Yunes, the vice president,( ment" was given by Mdrs. Isidor ments were served.
Mrs. Sol Schwartz, has been in Weinstein. Prior to the review
+ o charge. Among the work of the the business of the organization Mr. and Mrs. J. Louis Shochet
o raiaini teswn fwstransacted. Refreshments entertained at dinner last week for
~~*shrouds for the dead, and the rais- were served following the meet- Mr. H. M. Drevich and Missi Ruth
a a ing of funds for the defrayal of ing. Drevich.
4++++@@# # #++# # # # ## #@#@++@*@@ Q~e++ooneou expenses for the funeral needs of
the poor. Milton Trager was the victoi in THIS AD WORTH 25 CENTSJ
The Senior Chapter of Miami by the Ladies' Auxiliary of the the Fourth of July marathon race
Hadassah is sponsoring a lantern Mliami Jewish Orthodox Congre- An important meeting of the at Miami Beach, finishing far 'On Each $1.00 Purchas6
bridge party at the Mayfield Court gation was held at the vestry membershipp of the Beth David ahead of his closest competitor. No Discoulnt Without Ad
apartments patio, 730 Pennsyl- rooms of the synagogue last Sun- Congregation was held at the Tal --- Hi-Grade. $110 R81)8Hders
vania avenue, Miami Beach, on day evening. More than eighty mud Torah Hall last Tuesday eve- Due to an error the name of
Tuesday evening, July 21, at 8 guests attended, among them a ning when plans for the future of M~iss Theda Maurer was omitted 12 N. W. Fifth street
o'clock. Prizes will be given for number of tourists. During the the congregation were discussed, as one of the winners in the ath-
high scores and refreshments will evening Cantor Forster conduct-i letic contest during the Bnai Brith ---=*=umm
be served. In charge of arrange- ed the Maariiv services and later VisitWinMr. Sadye GL~. Rselat pichi c at Fort Lauderdale about we lq ~ ~ o
ments and acting as hostesses are sang several Jewish folk songs. Sunday were Mir. and Mrs. Louis la week ago.
Mrs. Harry Weinberg, chairman, After supper many enjoyed playI- Vangilder and their children. The Thrifty eomen S~hop at
and Mesdames Harry Orlin, Isidor ing bridge. In charge of arrange- ;Vangilders are now residing at Miss Louise Chandler of Atlanta
Cohen, Sadye G. Rose, B. Kandel ments were Mesdames Max Kup- :West Palm Be~ach and were for- is the house guest of Miss Goldie
and B. Weinkle. The public is cor- ferstein, Morris Rappaport, P. Au- merly very active in the work of Warschoff of 1342 N. W. Seventh
dially invited to attend. gustine, Nathan Abramson, Sam fthe M~iami Jewish Orthodox Con- Icourt.
Futterfass, H. M. Drewitch and gregation.
Carter's Pier, Miacmi Beach, others. Assisting at the tables Mrs. Syrdney Beskind entertained
will be the scene of a card party were the Misses Hannah Mack and Mr. Harry Rose of this city is a number of her friends in cele-Ji 2 a ra
sponsored by the Loyalty Club at Ruth Drevitch. in Baltimore, where he attended bration of her son's first birthday
2 p. m. next Wednesday, July 15, -- the wedding of his niece, Miss anniversary. Games were played: Noth MggIbS
when Mrs. Robert J. Wallis and The Misses Rose and Lillian Rose Wilder, to 1Mr. Louis Free- for the juvenile guests and prizes Y"
Miss Josephine Lobasine will be Zlalis will arrive in Miami shortly hoff of Baltimore. He is expected Iwere given. During the afternoon
the hostesses. Prizes will be given for a month's visit with their to return to Miami shortly. refreshments were served.
for high scores and refreshments brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and ~T
will be served. The public is in- Mrs. Joe Zalis. Mr. Henry Seitlin will leave Mrs. H. M. Drevich, who has .=
vited to attend. shortly for a combined pleasure been spending her vacation visit-
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seitlin en-j and business trip to New York ing relatives' and friends in New
Honoring Mr. and Mrs. Edward tertained recently in celebration of city. He will be away about a York and Jersey City, returned to
Wolfe, who have been residents of the joint birthdays of Jackie Seit- month. Miami last Tuesday after an ab-/
Miami for a long time, the Loyal- lin, who celebrated his tenths -- Isence of about a month.
ty Club is tendering a bon voyage birthday, and David Seitlin, who Mrs. Sam Tannenbaum and
farewell party on Sunday evening;, arrived at his seventh birthday. daughter, Hope Ellen, left Wed-/ The Beth David Sisterhood card
July 12, at the home of Mr. and A large number of the juvenile nesday morning for a vacation of party held at the home of Mrs.
Mrs. Ed Friedman, 16 West 47th friends of the youngsters were several months in the north, dur- Morris Rubin last Wednesday af-
street. All friends are urged to at' present to enjoy the: many games ing which time they will visit rel- ternoon was attended by a large
tend to bid them farewell. They that were .played. Many gifts were stives and friends in New York number of visitors and members.
will leave for New York city on received by the young Seitlins. city and other points. Acting as hostesses were Mrs.
the 15th to make their home there. During the afternoon* refreshments _T jMorris Rubin and Mrs. Max Gol-
Mr. and Mrs. Wolf have been were served. The A. Z. A. (Junior Bnai denblank. Prize winners were Mrs.
A~mog the organizers and mostly -Brith) organization will hold its
active workers of the Emunah On Sunday, July 19, the Wom. next meeting on1 Tuesday night, L. C. Smith and Corona Typewriters
Chapter of the O. E. S. and have len's Club of the Arbetter Ring will July 14, at Kaplan Hall, when un- Phone Miami 2-3859
served as worthy patron and hold the formal installation of its portant matters will be acted
worthy matron of the organiza- officers at a supper in -the club- upon. All boys between the ages
tion. They have been very active rooms of the ,organization .at the oif 16 and 21 who are interested in SAINR TR
in the work of the Loyalty Club. Workmen's Circle Hall, 701 N. W. the work of the organization are G. E. McFarlane, Manager
Mr. Wolfe is one of the organizers Fifth avenue. A musical program a rged to attend. 157 8. E. FIRST STREET
of the Miami Je wish Orthodox has been arranged and a good .......................,,....................
Congregation and served as its time is promised all who will at- At the last meetings of the Jun-
first president. He is now a mem- tend. The charge is a very nomi- ior Hadassah, which was held at
ber of its executive board. nal one.' The public is invited to the Robert Clay Hotel last Mon- jJ
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Mrs. Louis Pallott and son left 111!11111m111)13(lY
Sunday for their former home in The Beth Jacob Sisterhood ofl JOSEPH P. McGHAN i a m H t
New Haven, Conn., where they lMiami Beach will entertain onl FUNERAL HOMED
will visit their relatives and Wyednesday, July 15, at 8 o'clock~l Ambulance Service Delightful and Healthful $1 95 and u
friends, expecting to return to Mi-~ at the Mayfield Court patio prhen Phone 2-1234 *u
ami in the early fall. bridge will be enjoyed by the 192i~3 8. WY. Eighth Street
-~g u est s. Pri zes w il lbe given for a......................................... *bic
Cantor M. Forster, who was a high scores and refreshments will
visitor to Miami, left Wednesday be served. The public is invited to "URRUBY BACCK" Di0001' of Funrl s
for Raleigh, N. C., and other attend. TO 0 nrl
points north. While here he sang .8 E L LE RS Servin Greater Mdiami
at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Rabbi Lazarus Axelrod of the HnsCutosSrie
Congregation. Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami N. W. 7th8 Ave, at 28th Street
Beach, is on a motor tour of the
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Fay spent northeastern states and is at thel KING
the week-end at Naples, Fla., fish- present time spending a few weeks FUNERAL HOME
ing and golfing. in New York city. He will visit DR. H BOL LO1MAN
~Boston, Montreal, Detroit, Cincin- DENTIST I N.I w. THilD AVENUB
'The Ladies' Aurdiliary of the nati, Cleveland and Chicago, where Pheme 23535124
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega- he will address a number of con-
tion is sponsoring a card party at gregations on the life of Jewry in 54NrhWs eodAe
the vestry rooms of the synagogue, southeastern Florida and patticu- -
1545 S. W. Third street, on Tues- larly in the Greater Miami see- *iyW o YrIc
day evening, July 14, at which tion. He will return here in about AMBUJLANCE SERVICE Ct odYrIc
tim eMesdames William Mecklo- four weeks to resume his duties. W. B. Combs CesBtab. 1898 Fireplace Stove and
witz and Max K~upferstein will be *~lg MIamII SBalKidng od
the hostesses. PrizLes will be given The constitutional committee of Isa N. a. ead Arasae
for high scores and refreshments the Greater Miami Jewish Ceme- gIY II nfgLU MH IIU *t N.WEIGHTH CoUBT
will be served. The public is TEor ~tery Association held a meeting at ass waumstem Ave. LE U
diay invited to attend and is the home of Mr. J. Louis Shochet HELP SOL VE
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panied by her son, Milton, and fnihCOOLICL
her daughter, Rosalyn, are leav- TeSseho fCee hl*DlvrPOE812
ing this weekr for a stay of sev- Emes, wihrcnl eddt I 3Acmltl lih
eral weeks in Birmingham, Ala., theGeteMimJeih em-Dge sric atr-
where they will attend the Bar tery Association all ispoet t,,,snberts
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581-589 N. W. 3rd Ave. Ph. 8-1524


Miss Ruth Blicher of New
Brunswick, N. J., a niece of Mr.
Harry Blicher, is visiting her rel.
atives, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Blich-
er, of this eity. She will remain
here for several weeks.

Mrs. Barney Blicher, accompan-
ied by Mrs. Phil Blake, will leave
Tuesday by auto for Miami, where
they will board the boat for New
York city. Mrs. Blicher will visit
her relatives and friends in New
York and will return here in time
for the opening of the school ses-
sions in September.

Mr. and Mrs. Irving Moss spent
a brief vacation of a week in Ha.
vana, Cuba, and returning, spent
several days at Miami Beach.

Mrs. Irving Moss entertained the
Sisterhood of Beth El last Sun-
day night at her home, 5i32 Twen-
ty-sixth street, where a very en-
joyable evening was had by all.
Refreshments were served during
the evening.

The meeting of the Welfare
Board of the Palm Beaches sched.
uled for last Sunday was held on
Monday, July 6, at the store of
Mr. Sirkin, where very important
matters were discussed and acted

Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Littman of
Pahokee left last Tuesday for
South Carolina, where they will
remain a short time. They will
then travel by car to Washington,
Philadelphia and New York city,
and from there they will go to the
Catskill 'Pountains for a short

Beth Israel Sisterhood held a
very important meeting which was
preceded by a luncheon let the
home of its president, Mrs. D.
Feldman, of 522 Twenty-eighth
street. A general meeting of the
sisterhood followed at 2:30. Plans
for the summer activities of the
organization were acted upon.

Radio Company Moves

The 'Twin Radio Company, op-
erated by E. D. Merlin and A. L.
Stein, has moved to its new home
in the Tamiami Hotel building,
W. Flagler street and Second ave-
nue, where it has a splendid stock
of the latest models of R.C.A. and
Majestic radios, for which h
company has been appointed au-
thorized dealers,
Mr. Stein is well known in this
territory, being the son of POP i
Dr. Salo Stein, who was rabbi of
Beth David Congregation f or a
number of years and later the first
rabbi of Temple Israel, which he
helped form*
Situated in the heart of the city
and yet out of the high rent dis-
trict, the new firm is in a position
to serve the needs of their many
friends gained while in the radio

Foot Expert in Miami

Henry G. Michel, a former resi-
dent of Hollywood, Fla., and with

a reputation as~a foot correction-
ist and arch support expert, open-
ed offices in the Realty Board
building this week. Intended to
relieve strains caused the nervous
"'"I'"' be"T::: .. '"'. fe"!and
supports designed by Mr. Michel
afford relief that has been en-
thuisiastically endorsed by many
reputable physicians.


(Corner Second Avenue)
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Rubbing Alcohol, pint..........29c
Veldown Sanitary Napkins,
package ................................29<
Fountain Syringes, $1.00
value, guaranteed one
year ............... .....................59c
PHONE 2-9334
For Free Delivery Service

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Palm Beach Winter Gardeix M~ay
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Fish Company
629 W. Flagler Street
PHONE 2-3362
Stap e, whole, lb...................15
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Splo anisMakrl, lb............ 20.....,1c
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We Supply Year very Waat

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Phon~ 81855
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Telephione 2-4888 Miami, Fla.

Mrs. E. Gordon, accompanied by
her sons, Harry and Isaac, left
Sunday for a motor trip to Macon,
Ga., to visit relatives and friends
there. They will return in about
three weeks.

Last Sunday evening the Junior
Hadassah held its dance at Car-
ter's Pier. A large number of
guests were present and enjoyed
the dancing. During the evening
prizes were awarded. In charge of
arrangements was a committee
headed by Mrs. Mannie Wesson.

Mr. Julius Naiman of this city
recently received an appointment
at the government experimental
station at Chapman Field. He has
already assumed his duties there.

Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub will
be hostess to a number of friends
this afternoon at a bridge and
handkerchief shower for Miss Min-
nie Kehoe, whose wedding will
take place Saturday.

Miss Doris Cromer, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. D~aniel Cromer, left
for New York recently to take a
course in psychology at Colum in
University. She will spend hes
week-ends in New York city with

Mr. and Mrs. B. Marx of Coco-
nut Grove and children are spend-
ing the summer at the Marevists
Apartments, Miami Beach.

Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Abramson
entertained Mr. Nathan Adelman
and his son, Charles, at a dinner
labt week.

Taking part in the program of
the Riverside Woman's Club last
Tuesday was Mrs. Sydney Wein-
traub, who gave a book review.

Miss Belle Seigel of Coral Ga-
bles is visiting in Boston and New
York during her summer vaca-

At the summer concert of the
Junior orchestra of the Universi-
ty of Miami last Sunday at the
patio of the university conserva-
tory, Miss Mildred Greenberg,
well known and gifted young pi-
aniste, was one of the soloists
and gave a most pleasing per-
forniance of the Beethoven C Mi-
nor concerto with the orchestra.
Miss Greenberg is a student of
the University of Miami Conserva-
tory of Music and has taken part
in many Jewish events in the city.
She is also a member of the Uni-
versity of Miami Junior Trio.

At the meeting of the local
Bnai bBrith Lodge next Tuesday

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We Sell Aate Parts
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Phone 20821

488-44 N. 8th Stnret
Phone 4485
Serap Metal and Machlaery
N. W. Cor. 5th Ave. sd 14thr St.
Phone 2854 "

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Phone 1251

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riday, July 10, 1981

Dentist Opens Office

tnre R. a. r ac ag od the pas

Brooklyn, N. Y., who arrived in
Miami recently, announces the
opening of dental offices at 811
S. W. Seventeenth avenue, in the
heart of the populous Shenandoah
district. Completely equipped with
the most modern of dental appli-
ances and gas and oxygen ma-
chines or th s of t pies

evening, July 14, at the Beth Da-
vid Tatmud Torah Hall, an open
initiation of new members will be
conducted. The general public is
invited to attend.

Because of the splendid success
attending the dance of the Junior
Hadassah last Sunday evening, ar-
rangements are now being made
for another dance which will be
held at Carter's Pier, Miami
Beach, on Thursday evening, Aug.
ust 6. In charge of arrangements
for this affair is a committee con.
sisting of Miss Beatrice Silver as
chairman and the Misses Sarah
Kahn, Sylvia Rayvis, Evelyn Jam-
ison and Lee Kasanoff.

The next Happy Hour meeting
of the Junior Hadassah will be
held on Monday, August 3, when
Miss Sarah Kahn will be the host-

Mrs. Carl Weinkle entertained
last week at her home, 1168 N. W.
Twenty-ninth terrace, in honor of
Mrs. Jack Weinkle, Mrs. Meyer
Balsar and Mrs. L. A. Rosenberg,

Mrs. Morton Fagan is now re-
covering from an operation on
tonsils which was performed by
Dr. I. H. Agos. Mrs. Fagan is at
her home.

The usual Bnai Brith weekly
luncheon was held at the Palatial
Kosher Restaurant on Wednesday-
Among thosi& taking part in the
informal round -table discussion
were Mr. W. L. W~illiams and Mr.
Jack Bernstein, who spoke on t~he
work of the Bnai Brith. The next
luncheon will be held at noon
next Wednesday.

all of Atlanta, Ga., with a bridge
party. Prizes were won by Mrs.
B. O. Weinkle, Miss Bess Lutzky
and Mrs. Louis Heiman. Refresh-
ments were served during the af-
ternoon. Among the guests pres-
ent were Mrs. Abe Feldman, Mrs.
Levin, Miss Leo Schribach, Miss
Bess Lutzky, Mrs. Sol Lutzky,
Mrs. E. Wolf, Mrs. Louis Heiman,
Mrs. Mannie Wesson, Mrs. H. To-
bin, Mrs. Sol Weinkle, Mrs. B. L.
Weinkle and Mrs. Louis Wemnkle.

The ne~ meeting of the Bnri
Brith. Lodg will be held on Tues-
day evening, July 14, at 8 o'clock,
at the Beth David Talmud Torah
Hall. All members are urged to
be on hand as this will be the
only meeting for the month of

Mr. and Mrs. J. Louis Shochet
entertained Mrs. Sam Tannen-
baum and daughter, Hopen Ellen,
at dinner last Tuesday.

Spend an Enjoyable Hour
,at the..

w de lre t em, Dr Bomnwl RIVERVIEW TEA HOUSE
endeavor to be the neighborhood 25 N. W. North River Drive
dentist serving those in the vi- LNHOS RVT
cinity and saving the patients BRIDGCEOS AND TEA
timie,aenergys an money. A caordia PRDEARTI TES
pay Dr. Bowman's offices a visit*l MADAME RAMONA SABELLA
1 serving Tea

Phone 2-0798

Vincent R. Brice, Manager

105 N, E. First Avenue


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Most Popular Eating Place in Miami
Waldorf Restararnt
38 W. Flagler Street
opposite courthouse
Specializing in 50c Dinner


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112th Avenue and 8. W. Eighth Street i
-Phone 2-121s- a

Kodak Finishing and Enlargin#
Commercial Work and Home Portraits
50% Off on All Amateur Work
334 N. E. Second Avenue
Phone 2-5385

cats are going hungry and are
growing more and more gaunt as
time goes on. TIhe Society for the
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
is trying to round them up and
put them out of their misery, but
is finding it extremely difficult /
to lay hands on the sufferers.

A Modern City
Radio City will ,,obably look

eoie w en it ise tedoJohn Da
Rockefeller, jr., is to spend many
millions on the project and it is
to be built so all its parts will har-
monize with each other. Viewed
as a whole it will probably be an
exciting and stupendous sight.
Across the way from where it is
built will be old St. Patrick's Ca-
thedral, said to be the eighth larg-
est building in seating capacity in
the world. Its twin spires, once
thedpride of News ork annd wh;
structures, will be dwarfed by the
solid masonry of the new develop-
ment. The new beauty will out-
shine the old in sheer solidity. But
there will be a slight ache jn ~the
heart of those who make the com-
parison between the lace-like. ar-
chitecture of the cathedral and the
modern, towering skyscrapers.

279 E. Flagler
Phon 2-5597

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sy recently flew their airplane
over Jacksonville Beach for i84
hours and 33 minutes without re-
fueling. The engine that made it
possible for them to stay so long
in the air is the latest application
to aviation of the invention of the
late Rudolf Diesel, an engine
which uses crude oil instead of
gasoline, and ignites its fuel by
the heat of compressed air and so
needs no electrical ignition sys'

te esel engines today drive half*
of the world's ships, at a third of
the operating cost of steam en-
gines. Building them light enough
to fly with is a problem which
engineers are beginning to over-

com new Navy Zeppelins being
built at Akron will have Diesel
engines. So will most of the air-
planes and airships of the near fu-
ture. Fifty years from now some
other kind of engine may sup-
plant the Diesels in turn.

I take off my hat to John
Hawkes of Beacon, N. Y. Mr.
Hawkes is 72 years old. He heard
that the State of New York had
adopted an old age pension law, so
he went to the town hall and ap-
pliedofor his alt ewaanp li io w s

granted and he collected $90 in
the course of a few weeks.
Then he learned that the old-age
pension was only for persons who
were dependent upon others, or
unable to earn a living. That put
another light on it in the eyes of
old John H~awkes. He went out and
got himself a job and before long
walked into the town hall again.
He laid $90 on the clerk's desk and
told him to give it to somebody
that couldn't earn anything. He
was willing tnottak en t dadrr


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Telephone 2-5721



Fishing Trip
"Down Among the Cays"
We Furnish Bait and
Tackle Free
Leave Pier No. 10 9:30 A. M.

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Friday, July 10, 1981

Licensed Foot Correctionist
Room 504, Realty Board Building
327 N. E. First Avenue
Hours 9-5 Tel. 3-3089
Permanent Relief from Foot Ills
Comfort Through Painless
Removal of Its Cause
Examination Without Charge

Page 6

the stigma of pauperism wi~th it!
Johin Hawkes is the sort of
American that one can be proud
of, He puts self-respect above
money. There are too many men
younger than he who are content
to live on charity; too few who
refuse to accept anything they
have not earned.


(Continued from Page One)

has less opposition than te man
who wants to be rich.
The mdh who wants to be good


The Miami Daily News was sued
for $50,000 in Circuit court Wed-
nesday by the law firm of Rosen-
house & Rosenhouse, attorneys for
Nathan Grebstein, second-hand
furniture dealer. The attorneys
said that the suit was based on
an alleged libelous statement ap-
pearing in the newspaper recently
when Grebstein was selected as a
member of a jury in Criminal

Mr. and Mrs. Max Hoffman
Request the Presence of
Their Friends
at the
Tombstone Unveiling
In Memory
of Their Beloved Son
Jesse M. Hoffmall

A typical American is one who
knows how to run (1) a railroad,
(2) a newspaper or (3) a hotel
better than persons who run (1)
railroads, (2) newspapers or (3)
hotels *


DIESEL sources and their regular mode of
Walter Lees and Frederick Bros-
fil broken into these hundreds of

Woodlawn Cemetery
Sunday, July 12th
at 11 a. m.


205 West Flagler Street


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We cordially invite you to visit
our new downtown store, opened
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known to all
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