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The Jewish Floridian ( September 25, 1931 )

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
September 25, 1931
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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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Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
September 25, 1931
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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).

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:00138

Related Items

Related Items:
Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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MORE THAN TWICE AS MUCH LOCAL, JEWISH NEWS AS ANY OTHER PAPER~


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toulicements

JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATIo

li W. Third Street
SM. WAPNER, Rabbi
services will be ushered
15 p. m. Friday evening.
Sand Sunday morning the
will begin at 9 a. m.
Nathan ~Wroobel chanting
tbbi Isaac 1M. Wapner
gat the morning services.
evening the! worshippers
heguests of the president,
anAdelman in the Suc-
hecongregation. After-
vcsSaturday and Sun-
begin at 6 p. m. with the
servlipeisat 6:45 Ip. m.
special children's ser.
entertainment will be
heSuccah of the Congre-


EISRAEL OF~ MIAMI

.E. Nieee~nth Street
OB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi
esat Temple Israel, Mi-
eorm Jewish Congrega-
11be held Friday evening
and Saturday morning ~at

idy evening Dr. Kaplan
kon the slb~ject: "The
the Symbol of Faith in
Man.
ad women of all religions
toreligiottrr~ae watamre at
esof Temple Israel*
IUtpit will be decorated with
dressed with flowers and
;nd the palm branches and
i choice citrus fruit, will
part of the Sukktoth decor-
rhese have been the sym-
he Booth for thousands of


1, DO YOU WANT TO EARN A PRIZE? i

li ~Rabbi 1Michael Alper, well known author of books for chil-
dren on religious studies, and our Uncle Judah of the Junior Jew-
ish Floridian wants to know how many of our boys and girls
CR c Write 08 JOWish subjects. Here's the offer: J
Every boy and girl may write a story on any subject of"
r) Jewish interest, not exceeding two hundred words. It must be i
Original. For the best story a prize of Ten Dollars will be award- 4
Sed; second and third prizes of $5.00 each will be awarded to the 3
Il8Xt best stories; the next best five stories will be given a prize i
) Of tWo dollars each. Ten other prizes of Palestinian novelties +
r will be given for the next best stories. +

The parents of the contestants must be subscribers of the f
Jewish Floridian. Send your story in at once. i
d Rabbi Michael Alper and a committee of three judges will
Decide on the merits of the stories, Q

4 ~GET BUSY: AT ONCE. i
Show Your Ability and Win A Prize.


I~e~pEirva~" ~ r


IME IV.-NhUMBER XXXIX.


PRICE: FIVE CENTS


MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1931


By OBSERVER
Methodists to Honor Woman
The first woman ever to become
a Methodist is to have a chapel
named after her. She was Barbara
Heck, a cousin of Philip Embury,
the first Methodist parson in the
United States. She came frpm~"
Limerick, Ireland, with her colisin
in 1760 and aided in founding the
John Street Church in this city, the
oldest Methodist church in Amer-
ica.
The Barbara Heck Chapel will
be located nineteen stories above
the street level, on top of a sky-
scraper to be built on the site of
the. old, John Street Church, soon
to be torn down.


Transient Guests
Most hotels along Broadway ca-
ter to transient guests. The last
word in temporary occupation oc-
curred the other day at the Vic-
toria hotel. It seems the hotel
bought a lot of furniture on
"time." Some hitch came up and
payment was demanded and re-
fused.
Thereupon judgment was ob-
tained and the sheriff's men start-~
ed carting out the stuff. As fast
as they carried out the old furni-
ture, new movers brought in other
stuff to take its place, the guests
meanwhile sitting around and won-
dering if they were going to have
a bed to sleep in. Finally the w7ar-
ring parties got together and the
guests resumed their more perma-
nent transient form. In other
words, they were privileged to stay
as long as they paid their bills--
the regular hotel custom even in
this city of deadbeats and live
ones.


C3RO'WDS VISIT
JOCKEY CLUB

More than ten thousand visitors
took advantage of the invitation
extended them to visit the Miami
Jockey Club grounds at Hialesh,
last Sunday. The visitors were
astounded to see tBhe remarkable
progress made in rebuilding the
track and making it one of the
prettiest in the country.
Local labor only is being em-
ployed in the improvements that
will cost more than a million dol-
lars.
Those that have seen foreign
racing plants say that the Hialesh
establishment will compare favor-
ably with any of the continental
courses in beauty and facilities.

ZIONIST CONVENTION
TO BE HELD


KEASHRU;S CONFER-
ENCE TO BE HELD

At the instance of Rabbi Laza-
rus Axelrod of Beth Jacob Congre-
gation, Miami Beach, a conference
will be held early next week be-
tween the V'And Hakashruth of
the Beach, the butchers and the
"Shochtim." The purpose of the
conference is twi insure .that only
"Kosher" meat will be handled in
all food stores of Miami Beach
supplying Jews.
It is hoped that the organization
will eventually combine with the
congregations of Miami and the
rabbis of the Miami congregations
,so that the movement will insure
"Kosher" meats for the~ entire
Greater Miami district.

CONGRESSMAN PRESENTS
WASHINQTON PORTRAITg


Synagogues Filled
Rn YOm sippur

Yom Kippur services in the
Greater Miami district was marked
by an unusually large attendance
in the various Synagogues. At
Temple Israel special musical num-
bers were rendered, the KIol Nidre
being played by~ Louis Eley. Rab-
bi Kaplan's address attracted
many*
At Beth David, special interest
was paid to the Yiskor services
which were preceded by the ad-
dress of Rabbi Machtei, and the
Kol Nidre service in which an ap-
peal for funds by Mr. Lewis Brown
resulted in several hundred dollars
being pledged.
At Beth Jacob Congregation,
Miami Beach, Cantor Schlachman
and his choir conducted impressive
services. Sermons by Rabbi La-
zarus Axelrod and an address Kol
Nidre night by Mr. Philip Liber-
man received the careful attention
of the worm Jewish Orthodox
Congregation, Kol Nidre was
chanted by Cantor Nathan Wroobel
to a Synagogue that was filled to
capacity and standing room only
was available for many who at-
tended. An appeal after' Rabbi
Wapner's sermon resulted in an
unusually large amount of funds
being pledged, the major portion
of which has already been college
ted. Yom Kippur services were
chanted by the Cantor, and ser-
mons were preached by Rabbi
'Wapner.


NATIONN BETH DAVID
(Conservative) .
N. W. Third Avenue
M. MACHTEI, Rabbi
hthe Feast of Taber-
egns at sundown today
be observed until sundown
,O tbe 4. At he la e
bi ht e reies at 8 o'clo k
Rabbi S. M. Machtei will
an "Huts and Ha~ppiness."
Louis Hayman will chant
er.After the services
grgation will enter the
adjoining the synagogue
Kiddush. Tomorrow and
services will be held at
m. and 6 pe m. Talmud
mdSunday school regis-
~will continue throughout
between the hours of 4
Sthe afternoon.

NATION BETH JACOB

h Wash n 6 )Avenue
Miami Beach
. AXELROD, Rabbi
th services begin Friday
at 6:15 p. m. with Cantor
3chlachman chanting the
saturday morning the
.will begin at 9 a. m. with
3chlachman assisted by the
banting the services, and
ixelra~d preathing: on "Tem-
Dwelling." S5aturday eve-
re services begin at 6:15
Sunday morning the ser.
ill begin at ,9 a. m. with
Schlachman and the choir
: and the Rabbi preaching
lon on "The Fodur Species."
ns the morning services,
Swill be served in the Sue-
he! CDDOPegatipp,. .


The annual convention of the
Zionist organization of America
will be held at Atlantic City be-
girmin ornm iund No ember 8tthe

various districts throughout tthe
country early next week by the
convention committee. Members
of Hadassah and the Order Sons of
Zion will also send delegates to the
convention.
Qualifications for delegates pro-
'vide that a certain number of mem-
berships must be paid for each
delegate sent to the convention.
Miami in the past few years has
had one delegate from the local
Zionist district.

MERCHANT VICTIM
OF ACCIDENT

Mr. Morris Tessler, well known
resident and communal worker of
West Palm Beach was the victim
of an unusual accident last Sunday.
While fishing at Palm Beach, a
small boy in casting his line stum-
bled and the hook caught Mr.
Tessler in the neck. He was .tak-
en to the hospital where the hook
was removed and was then given
anti-tetanus serum inoculations to
prevent possible lockjaw or other
infection. Mr. Tessler is now con-
valescing from his injuries,

"Whren a wife passes over her
hubby's faults," says knowing
Nora, "it's ten to one she does It
wiith spikes -in her abaes."


Eagle-Eye Gus
More automobiles roll over
Queensboro bridge, the most
northerly of the four East River

Ilin 1h or n aly 1h ,00 cr es
ing the bridge every day in the
year. Among them are a lot of
stolen cars, naturally, and out of
that fact has come fame to a mo-
dest German-American policeman.
beHe is Gus Schalkham, now dub-
be Egle Eye Gus." The other
day he captured thieves in his
208th stolen ear--all authenticated
eases. hHe bc rries a little notelxmk

t2 rnng1. wn ior is re list ofan
writes down the new numbers they
photograph on his brain--and,
curiously enough, when they are
recorded found, he chalks them off
mentally. So far he has never ar-
rested any man for driving his
Sown recovered ear. To us, that is
the greatest part of his work.

A Contented Cop
One would think Eagle Eye
would jump -when he was offered
a sergeancy by Police Commission-
er Mdulrooney. But he did not
turn a hair when he refused, with
a grin. Instead, he asked for a
e~ar of his own to cruise around
town and raise his batting aver-
age. And that's what he got and
(Continued on page 6)


Congressman Ruth Bryan Owen
of this district, who declared her
candidacy for renomination last
week, is presenting every school
n hrp dstrkotwth ra beautiful pr-
in colors in commemoration of the
Washington Bicentennial celebra-
tion which begins on February 22.
throughout the nation.
Mrs. Owen paid a visit to Miami
recently in which she outlined her
work during her stay in Congress.
This visit was in line with her
promise to make a personal report
to her constituents regularly.

TALMUD TORAH
MEET TO BE HELD

According to an announcement
a conference between Jewish citi-
zens of Miami will be held short-
ly for the formation of a city-


BNAI BRITH
JUNIORS TO DANCE

The Miami A. Z. A. (junior Bnai
Brith) organization is sponsoring
a dance at Carter's Pier for the
benefit of its social and cultural
work, Sunday evening, September
27th. Mr. Isane Leyin, former
president of the local Bnai Brith
lodge is the adult sponsor for the
organization. Those interested in
advancing the -cause of helping
in spreading Jewish cultural and
social work among the youth of
Miami are urged to patronize the
dance*

It is easier for a woman to
sharpen a man's wits than a lead
pencil.


wide Talmud Torah not to be af-
filiated with any of the local con-
gregations. Those supporting this
movement urge that the education
of children should be a non-parti-
san affair and should be modeled
along the lines adopted by Jewish
communities throughout the coun-
try where Jewish boards of edu-
eation function and contain repre-
sentatives of every congregation.
Such' organizations are sponsored
by the entire communityI. Dore no-
tice of the meeting will be given
In these cohrians shortly.


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Recently I read an article by Professor Harold J. Laski in which
he pointed out how every new idea that ever came into the world
has been opposed by the "experts."
"Not even so great a surgeon as Simpson could see merit in
Lister's discovery of antiseptic treatment. The opposition to Pasteur-
was so vehement that he declared regretfully that he did not know he
had so many enemies."

Napoleon scoffed at the steamship. Wellington was never per-
suaded that the breech-loading rifle was any good. Vande bilt re-
fused to entertain the crazy notion that Westinghouse coul ~top his
trains by "jamming air against the. wheels."
If we keep our minds open to new ideas we are bound to be mis-
led often, and sometimes to be ridiculous.
;'But the surest way of all to be wrong is to assume that God has'
completed His process of revelation and that the world tomorrow will
be exactly like the world today.


ber 25, 1931


Page Thr~ee


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JEWISH

RIDI AN

Weekly Newspaper
SHDEVERY PRIDIAY
by the
ORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO.

THMIAMI AVENUE
6 ~

ISSHOCHET, Editor
P. O. Box 2973
orida Phone 2-1183

PALM BEACH OFFICE
414 Elshth Street
Schrebnick, Representative
second-class matter July 4,
Post Office at Miami, Fla.,
ctof March 8, 1879.
sUBsC0mPTION 8.o


IV.--Number XXXIX.
,September 25, 1931





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OTH AND THE
HLREN

ceh has become largely
of middle aged men, for
m seen anymore. In the
elderly men it stands a
structure, illuminated by
ht that was still in their
they were young.
eight there was in the
building it! The children
cellar for odds and ends
.. an old door .. an
owframe .. a packing

eager hands reached to
dit! The Succah was of
of all the family, an al-
ecommon. devotion. The
gathered the branches
ch the roof was thatched.
erand the bigger boys
builders. The mother and
adorned the rough in-
ihapples and grapes

latit eas i {peted and
athe joy of the willing
beautiful love which had
all the family to this con-
.These elements make
crude structures super-
ey as they stand in the
fthe middle aged men
slater
came the hour of its dedi-
athe domestic altar when
land some of the neigh-
mbled w thin t nar o

iver of the seed-time and
et. It seemed an eter-
g; for long, long ago in
history, it was commanded
the Succah on this holiday
eeit stood, just as was

one must seek far and
find a Succah in a back-


henew generation of chil-
ows it, if at all--only as
agthat was commanded.
2dit not be good to ful-
Scommandment for the
the children ? W~ould it
vel to give them the taste
imple delight of our youth,
the hearts~ and hands of
iyin a fine Jewish devo-

auld a sophisticated gener-
Sindifferent to a lovely
itof our simpler youth?
Sit not worth trying ?


Mrs. Nagger--It says here in
the paper there are six million
slaves in the world today.
Mr. Nagger--Huh, no one can
tell me there aren't more married
men than that!

"A man dropped 800 feet from
a building the other day and was-
n't hurt."
"Impossible!"
"No, they were pickled feet."

Diamond--I thought you said
you took pri ate lessons from a

Hardt--Yes, but I never get dealt
to me the hands I have studied.

Old Lady--Here's a penny, my
poor man. Tell me, how did you
become so destitute?
Beggar--I was always like you,
ma'am, giving away vast sums to
the poor and needy.

Where was the Declaration of
Independence signed ?
At the bottom.

A proposition is for a country to
have no alcoholic drinks in it.

Define the first person.
Adam.

The form of government most
commonly used in the cities is keep
to the right.

The fact that King Henry VIII
treated his wives so cruely proves
that his love for women was mere-
ly Plutonic.

"Twilight Sleep" means you set
your clock ahead an hour."

Gossamers--people who gossip
about each other.

A flood of tears indicate trou-
bled waters.

A preferred creditor is one who
never troubles you.

The world owes every man an
existence but not a living.


grea s yacie oi hou hav monea
for experiments.

Don't put too much trust in the
minister whose trousers never bag
at the knee.

When ordering a new ribbon for
your typewriter always specify
whether it is for her or it.

If a man was hurt every time he
is scared he would never live to
reach the three-score-and-ten limit.

A mountain pass is a pass given
by railroads to its employes so
that they can spend their vacation
in the mountains.

Launcelot arrived at a castle,
where he asked if he could be put
up with for the night.

The girl chum says it's one of
the little paradoxes of existence
that the life of the party is the
fellow who tries to make you laugh
yourself to death.

Premium is when you buy a box
of oatmeal and get a cup and


Unleavened bread is made with-
out any ingredients.

A woman is someone with many
bundles who waits complainingly


in the vestibule until another ten-
ant, who didn't forget his key,
comes along to let her in.

William ruled well at home and
several kinds of vegetables began
to make their appearance in Eng-
land (a. g., the turnip).

The American war was started
because people would send their
parcels through the post without
stamps.


kil ed weic prove vhry fta em
them.

Hornblower--I heard that a ban-
dit relieved you of your pocket-
book last night.
Windjammer--No relief for me,
but he saved my wife the trouble.

It seems that some New York
judges who were elected to dis-
pense justice, were dispensing with
justice.

According to the eternal fitness
of things a contortionist should
draw a double salary.

Good things go as easily as bad
things come.

Many a man who refuses to la-
bor tries to work other men.

Unless a servant knows his
place he need not expect to keep it.

A politician's idea of a fool is a
man who affiliates with the other
party.

It is useless to kick for a dis-
count when called upon to pay the
debt of nature.

Money isn't the root of all evil.
What's the matter with a stray
hog in your garden.

A girl's idea of a slow young
man is one who has failed to ac-
quire the hair-mussing habit.

"You can't hatch an idea," says
pondering Ponzelle, "unless you
set your mind on it."

The Red Cross does canteen
work because soldiers constantly
need water.

Perhaps the hardest word to get
into print is "peculation," in the
embezzlement story, it invariably
appearing "speculation" in type-
not that it makes a seintilla of
difference.

"Remote control" by which a
warship is steered with no one
aboard seems unimpressive beside
the feat of running a world em-
pire from a point 12,000 miles
away.
A resident of New York state
has written 23,981 words on a com-
mon postcard, but we can't say if
this is good unless we know what's
par for the course.

After the first three or four
weeks of breaking-in, it usually
pretty well determined which of
the pairs with the two-pants suit
is the senior.

'What ever ~became of the party
cutup who used to slip the crys-


tal out of his watch and give a
screaming impersonation of George
Arliss ?

You have to be all-fired good
at rolling cigarets by hand to sare
any money at it.


PADLOCKED MINDS
We were discussing Russia at the dinner table of a banker. None
of us knew anything about the subject, but that did not prevent a
long and animated conversation.

The general opinion, forcibly expressed, was that Stalin and his
associates represent the great menace to the present-day world. It
was even urged that all the capitalistic powers ought to combine to
overthrow the Bolshevik regime.
Finally I made a timid suggestion.

I said that it seemed to me probable that the Russian extper~men's
wdll have to be very much modified or it will fail. It appears to run
contrary to too ma4T deep-seated human instincts.
Man is moved by the ambition to acquire opportunity and security;
for his children. The Bolsheviks deny him the right of acquisition.
Man is "incurably religious"; the Bolsheviks have attempted to abolish
God. Sooner or later, man has always revolted against unbridledl
autocracy under whatever guise or name.

"But," I continued, waxing a little bolder, "any one who looks over
the capitalistic countries today must admit that our economic organiza-
tion leaves a lot to be desired. Think of the tragedy of wheat selling
below the cost of production at a time wherr thousands are standing
in bread-lines. What a frightful thing it is for factories to be shut


down for lack of orders while a large percentage of the human race
still lackts adequate clothing and shelter.
"Instead of condemning the Russians out of hand, wouldn't it he
more sensible to see whether they discover anything, no matter how
small, that we could apply to make our own decrepit economic machine
a little better? "


WITH MY READERS

I had quite a few letters from different states, referring to my
former article, "Mistaken Folks." You will recall, it dealt with those
who have sciatic neuritis and mistake it for "rheumatism." And,
remedies and measures for rheumatism did not relieve at all.

One man had sciatic neuritis, a very obstinate case, and told me
he had "bladder trouble" for years--and also has a fissure, a rectal
lesion, for years more. ~Either of these complaints might be causing
the neuritis, and should certainly be attended to before attempting to
cure the sciatic. And none of his ailments ar& of the rheumatism
variety--not at all. No use to take out tonsils or teeth in the hope
of removing rheumatism germs. It is well known that a pronounced
lesion of the bladder, prostate' gland or rectum may cause sciatic neu-
ritis, a disabling disease.
One with disease in the bladder or rectum may get a sudden at-
tack of sciatic neuritis by lifting, bruising, or otherwise disturbing this
great nerve-trunk of the human being.
REST is by far the greatest factor in the treatment of sciatic
neuritis--rest, and attention to other organs in the vicinity of the
nerve. How many women with uterine prolapse complain of "lum-
bago" and "sciatica?" Neither of them rheumatism! Removing all
the tonsils and teeth in the world will not relieve a backache that is
caused by a sagging uterus!
Then they inquire about "cleaning out and keeping clean."' Those
who are more or less ponderous about the abdomen, I imagine. To)
clean out is simple. The keeping lean is the trouble; I'll try to-
devote the nextt chapter to that subject.


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turned to. the city this week after
an absence of six weeks spent vis-
iting her relatives and her friends
in the north.
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The Miami chapter of Senior Ha-
dassah will start its season's acti-
vities with a "Plantation luncheon"
jionday, October 12th at Gerson's
1301 Collins avenue, Miami Beach.
In charge of arrangements is a
committee headed by Mrs. Jos.
Williamson who is being assisted
by M1rs. Sam Simonhoff, Mrs. A.
Goldstein, Mrs. Mi. Rubin and Miss
Rosemary Gerson. Reservations
may be made w~ithi any member of
the committee.


In i peprns r e beei



Louis Weinkle is chairman of the

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~~01~~S9~~~~O~~~~~- `j r4 election of officers. May comm ttee of Mesdagmens J. i
******+++++++++++++oo% 30th, formal installation of ofcr en sitdb
a lunchbeoa Katz, B. Kiandel, Samn Bevinic ,
IETYat fs ,+H. H. Farr and M.I Scheinberg.
Ga n isAn Wcsa fsre The public is cordially in-
o West Palm Beach were the guests sevd
o of M~r. and Mrs. Leon Elkin last viedt ated
*********@esooseseasesow iweek
Mirs. W'illiam Clein returned to
i dox Congregation are being re- The A. Z.A raiain(u iami afte nt astnc la s vrnl
I cive daly t te Snaggue nior Bnai Brith) have made final mont s spen Charlecston, S. C., and
IRabbi W~apner is in personal charge arrangements for the gala dance friends, in
and arges that all those who de- nx udyeeigSpebrAlnI a
sire their children to enroll, par- 27th at Carter's Pier, M~iami Beach. Wd aeennSp
tiulrl tos i te ouhw~tEvery effort is being made by th~2itme r Ne th esyl Club of Em-
section of the city, register their committee in charge to have the temb Caper 30th L noya n ty crd
children imm'eiately. event one of the most outstanding unaht Capter is e sons 5s. Ma tie
-*- ~~~~in local affairs. Novel entertain- pat ttehm
The school committee of the Ar- ment wfill be provided in addition Kh upeber, 322S. .3 coudal nie
better Ring and its W-omen's Club to the dancing. Tepbi scrilyiv
is sponsoring a banquet for the w attend.
benefit of its school fund this com- Bt ao nd 8hool~l will e .Jyes i sprn
ing Sunday evening, October 4lth' Bae th Joracob oen Sunday se Stanleyt C.h Myers Dais super
at Odd Fellowfs Hall, beginning at a orning, m ror lt whn efln te-i coo ndent l of um th e hDavid Sund
7:30 p. m. An elaborate supper bi Lazarus Azelrod and his staff school ande wil eT hliday pw n
wfill be served and a musical pro- of teachers will be on hand to welt?- i Sud~shoo r ill begin. Regis-
gram will be presented. Only $1.00 i oethe 1uib Tho who de- rto a md n fe-
per plate will be charged. This mir e upi be members of thetriomabemdatnyae-
banquet will be a formal welcome teace' tf r re ocm noon between 4 and 6 p. m.
to the new head of the Yiddish oi ecate' withf the uRabbi immedi- ded
Schulet ast well asb marking, th very splendidly attended event
formal a opening ofmrk the Shue tely. w~as the card party last Tuesday
wrhich will take place on Monday/ rght sponsored by~ the Ladies
October 5th. Incag fa- The Senior Chapter of Hadassa8h Auxiliary of the MIiami Jewish
rangements is the school commit- through its chairman of the Jew- Orthodox Congregation at the ves-
tee headed by MIr. E. Silverman ~ish National Fund, MIrs. Alex Gold- try rooms of the Synagogue. The
who is being assisted by A. L. stein requests all those having box- door prize w-as won by MIrs. MI.
Feinberg, B. Chertkoff, Eli Irvin, as in their possession to please no- Utchenikr. Refreshments were
and Mesdames Henry Seitlin, F. tify her at once by calling 5-1907 served and prizes w-ere aw-arded at
Slaviter, E. Katziff and MI. Kaler. or0 by leaving the boxes at 17'2 each individual table.
The public is cordially invited to~ N. W-. 5th street. +
attend. Mrs. Louis Pallott and son re-


Those who wish to sree Rab
Jacob HI. Kaplan in his study w
please take into arccunt the ft
lowing definite program, and tis
their appointments accordingly
If you call up, leave your numb
and name with the one answeris
the phone and the rabbi w
call you up at his leisure. Sands
morning, 10-12 religious schoc
Monday, 9-12, classes. ITuesda
12:30-1:30, Exchange Club. Wfe
nesday, 9-12, classes; 8:30 mi<
night class. Thursday, 12:30-1:1
Exchange Club. Friday evening
services. Saturday morning, Coi
firmation class.
-
One of the prettiest events we
a surprise birthday party given t
Joseph M. Fine last week at hi
home by the officers of Emana
Chapter and its auxiliary, the Lo]
alty Club. Mr. Fine is one of th
organizers of the Chapter and i
now its Wforthy Patron. Flower
were presented to the honored
various games were played, as
refreshments were served. Amonj
those present were Mr. an
Mrs. Leo Kaiser, Mrs. Sayde 0
Rose, Mrs. Lena Simon, Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. Griffith, Mr. and Mro
Jack Schwfartz, Mr. and Mrs. Isi
dor Fine, Mrs. Dave Bogen, Mrs
Phil Somberg, Mrs. Max Steinbe~rd
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. WF7allis
David L. Golde, Miss Josephine
Lobazine, Mrs. Mitchell Kaperberg
Miss Berths Mendelson, Miss Mfar)
Barber and Mrs. I. L. Reisman.

Sundayt morning religious shoo
of Temple Israel meets and al
children will be taught their pari
in the Harvest Festival which win
take place a week later.

Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock
Dr. Kaplan willi open his Bible
class at his study in the Temple.
All members of last year's class
and all new members wishing to
join are requested to attend WFed-
nesday morning, Sept. 30, at 11
o'clock.

It is the intention of Dr. Kaplan
to open this year on Wfednesday
evening a Philosophic Barbarian
Club, to meet at the rabbi's home


fel eis nelgt ouh to b
""le .abra nd has a s n


spersn o make a rangmecall t
join this class. Only a very lim-
ited number can be accommodated.
MThere will be no charge for mem-
brship.
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Beth David Sisterhood will en-
tertain the children of its Talmud
Torah and Sunday school at a Sim-
chas Torah party on Sunday, Oc-
tober 4th, from 11 to 12 o'clock,
when refreshments will be served.
Mrs. Jake Engler is chairman of
the committee in charge.

Congregatiozi Beth David mem-
bers and ~worshippers will be the
goest of Beth David Sisterhood
at a reception in the Sueeah im-
mda ey after the late Friday
night services tonight, when tea
and other rretreshments will be
sefe In charge of arrange-
ments are Mrs. J. Engler, chair-
man, Mrs Louis Weinkle, Mrs Isi-
dor Cohen, Mrs Sol Schwartz, Mrs.


Wm., Friedman, and Mrs. Isidor
'Fi.**
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Rlegistrationsu or the Talmud
Torah of the Miami Jewih Orthe-


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.


-*- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Friedman
Mrs. Isrry Fay left this wKeek who spent their honeymoon in Ii-
for a month's vacation in New ami with their aunt and uncle Mr,
Y'ork city to v-isit her relatives and Mlrs. William Friedman, well
and friends there. known communal workers of Miami
S_t left for their home last Friday.
The wedding of Louis J. Afr. Harry Friedman is a well
Schart ofMiai t Mis Sdieknown athlete mn Brooklyn being
Milleart of Monral, Canis ada, is a member of the Cardinal Athletic
scheduled e pefored a weClub, a semi-professsional organ-
arhe goin to hepfress at Bet Daid nation excelling in all around
Synagoigue t rs Bh ai athletic work. Mrs. Harry Fried-
w man has been an active worker in
The L~yaty Clbo mnhvarious communal affairs in Brook-
Chapter is preparing for its gala 1 n i uteasoilfiue
event of the season at the Alca- i
zar Hotel Wednesdayr evening, Oc- Beth Jacob Sist rood of Miami
tober 28th. The decorative scheme Beach i pnon cr'at
to be carried out is the Halloween W ednedy seponsorin acard part
motif and globlina, witches andjh efi y, pte am u r3thfor b
other similar decorations will be fun dbnft Grof is, Ta1 olmud Torah
/placed about the hall. Anee na sns 31Clisae,
A v when prizes will be awarded and
ning of splendid entertainment will refreshments will be served. The
be provided bo th lag sod Sisbterihood invited the residents of
to attend, Valuable prizes will be get n rms as ie en
awarded during the evening. In gue tse and promiesavey n
charge is a committee headed by jo non
Gm Si~mandMr. Brt Beth D~avid Sisterhoo is mk


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with hn tae fayof Gra
Miam 's befs orga iztions, th

sah has made a number of changes
in the calendar of activities re-
cently published. The events as
they will be held are: October 12th,
formal opening of the season's ac-
tivities with a Plantation luncheon
at Gerson's; October 26th, regular
meeting; November 9th, regular
meeting; November 23rd, sewing
circle for Hadassah hospital units;
November 25th, baked goods sale;
~December 14th, regular meeting;
Decembei 21st, sewing circle; De-
cember 28th, five dollars, give, get
or earn luncheoin; Januarry 11,
regular meeting; January 25th,
sewing circle; January 26th, mu-
sicale and tableanx; February 8th,
regular meeting; February 22nd,
sewing eire; February 22nd,
Washington's birthday, Hadassah
ball; March 14th, regular meeting;
March 28th, sewing circle. In
March a joint affair of the Junior
and Senior units will be held, the
exact date to be announced later.
April 11, regular meeting. A card
party will be held in April the ex-
act date to be announced later.
May 9th, regularr meeting. May




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rah and Sunday school pupils Sun-
day, October 11th at Sunny Isles
Casmno, when swithming contests,
races and campfire gatherings will
be featured. Full details will be
published at an early date.

Plans for the activities of the
Senior Council of Jewish Women
will be discussed at a meeting of
its executive board Tuesday, Sep-
tember 29th at 2 p. m. in the home
of its president, Mrs. Ben Watts,
1823 N. W. 8th' street. All mem-
hers of the board are urged to be
on hand.


WEST PALM BEACH
ACTWITIIES

Reform Jewish Congregation
Beth Israel will hold services for
the first night of Succos tonight
at 7:30. Children of the high
school of the Temple will read the
service and the school as a whole
will present a harvest festival ser.
vice. A booth has been erected by
the Congregation on the altar
which has been prettily decorated
by members of the Sisterhood. Fol-
lowing the service the Sisterhood
under the direction of Mrs. I. M.
Prager will serve refreshments.

Succos services at Beth El Con
gregat~ion will be in charge of
Rabbi Alexander S. Kleinfeld who
will preach a sermon at 8 p. m.
tonight on "The Harvest Festival
and the Spiritual In-gathering.'s
On Saturday morning at 9 a. m.
the Rabbi will preach "The Taber-
nacle and Its Lesson.'*

The first regular session of Beth
Israel religious school will be held
this coming Sunday morning at 10
o'clock. There will be classes for
children from ~kindergarten grade
to that of high school.


letting them go as fast as they
want to travel in thinly populated
districts. There are no more mo-
tor accidents in these states than
there are in others which try to
regulate speed on all highways.
Part of this is due to the great-
er stability and better control of
the modern automobile, especially
since four-wheel brakes have be-
come standard equipment on all
cars. But a large part of it is due
to the fact than we now have a
generation of motorists who began
to learn to drive when they were
children.
I was forty before I ever sat
behind a steering wheel. It is im-
possible that I shall ever become
as good a driver as my daughter,
who began to drive when she was
fifteen and who has better con-
trol, even of a heavy car, more
self-confidence and quicker reac-
tions, than anybody who began
driving late in life can possibly
have. Anything which calls for
skill, courage and coordination of
mind and muscle must be learned
young to be learned well.

AGE
I~ had a visit at my farm a few
days ago from a young man of 75
who, with his wife, who is in her
sixties, was making a round of
visits from one brood of grand-
children to another. This old
friend had never tried to drive
a car until he was 71, but he had
driven on this trip from Florida to
lowa, then to Illinois, Wisconsin
and across to Northern Michigan
on the Canadian border and thence
eastward across Ohio and New
York State. He stopped off to see
me on his way to visit a family of
grandchildren on Cape Cod Bay,
and was going to drive back to
Florida from there.
I had not seen him for five
years, but he and his wife each
looked ten years younger. They
attributed that to the fact that,
even in what most of us call old
age, they are not afraid to try new
things.



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Beth El Sisterhood is planning
a number of Locial events for the
winter season due notice of which
will appear in an early issue.

Mrs. H. Becker and daughter of
Tampa, Fla., who visited her sis-
ter and brother-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Murray Kellman left for Mi
ami Wednesday where she joined
her husband to return home after
an eight-week's vacation.

A man's good judgment usually
shows up the day after.

Many a wife has lost her mind
by giving it to her husband In
chunks.

Dora, back from a western tour
which included Old Faithful Gey-
ser, reports her inability to lo-
cate the handle marked Hot.


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,September 25, 1931


Pa e Five


d nignt at his home. A number
of friends by prearrangement de-
tained him at the Synagogue after
the conclusion of Yom Kippur ser-
vices and when he arrived home
he found a large number of friends
gathered to greet him on his
birthday at an elaborately pre-
pared dinner. The home was ~beau-
tifully decorated in the blue and
white color scheme, emblematic .t
the Jewish colors. Roses, gladio-
las and potted palms were place I
about the large dining hall. Af-
ter dinner, games were played and
various refreshments were served
including an ice course at a late
hour. Among the guests present
were Mrs. Mary Schrebnick, Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Sneider, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Greenblatt, Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Tessler, Mr. Jos.
Schrebnick, and the Misses Esther
and Fanny Schrebnick. Also
present were Ben Devor, Master
Martin Smith and Miss Ethel
Smith.


Sfor the Children's Succoth
tin at the Miami Jewish
)xCongregation have been
edby the committee of the
Auxiliary of the organiza-
11children are invited and
ho have been attending the
school and Talmud Torah
Synagogue have received in-
Icards to attend. The
ext Sunday afternoon, Sep-
27th will be held in the
of the Synagogue which
inbuilt in the spacious yard
congregation. Mrs. Nathan
nis chairman of the com-
in charge and she is being
by Mrs. Nathan Abramson
s.Charles Tannenbaum.

Sudy evening, October
thJacob Sisterhood of Mi-
chwill sponsor a Simehrs
concert in which Cantor Bo-
Tahaand a number of
artists will join. Members
tuet bible class will pre-
number of features during
migand refreshments will
edby the organization. The
isinvited to attend.

Wax Goldstein will again
thsyear las lone of the
staff of the University
wi football team.

annual adult Simchas Tor-
byof the Miami ~Jewish Or-
Congregation will be held
Synagogue at the expira-
SSimchas Torah Sunday
Ocoer 4th, when the La-
xiliary of the Synagogue
hosts to the congregation
friends. Mrs. Max Kup-
Sis chairman of the commit-
arrangements.

H. Goodman of Miami
returned to the city after
ence of severtil months*

and Mrs. David Gottfried
edto Miami Beach after an
eof several months spent
igan*


FEAR
Almost everybody is afraid of
something at some time or anoth-
er. Right now the whole wdPorld
seems to be in a state of fear-
not fear of war but fear of pover-
ty. I think these fears have been
exaggerated by all of the loose
talk about business depression and
unemployment. There is a certain
justification of course, for the
man who is afraid that if he loses
his job he won't be able to get
another right away. Too many
people are letting that sort of fear
interfere with their work. It
ought to be a stimulus to work
better and harder, and so reduce
the risk of losing the job.
The people upon whom fear rests
most heavily today are those who
in flush times enlarge their scale
of living to a point where their re-
duced incomes do not now cover
the expenses they have incurred.
The only happy people, after all,
are the ones who have got their
fixed overhead expenses down to
a point below their assured in-
comes. They are the only people I
know who are not afraid.


Last Saturday, Shabbos Shuvo,
Congregation Beth El had a large
number present at the services to
witness the Bar Mitzva of Irving
Moss, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Moss of this city. In addition to
reading from the Torah and recit-
ing the Haftorah, Irving delivered
a splendid speech on the duties of
a Bar Mitzva, for which he re-
ceived many congratulations. This
was the first Bar Mitzva of the
new year and the first under the
present Rabbi of the Congregation.
~Followingf the services Mr. and
Mrs. Moss were hosts at an old
fashioned kiddush to more than
fifty of the members and worship-
pers. In celebration of their son's
Bar Mitzva, Mr. and Mrs. Moss
are entertaining Thursday night,
as we are going to press, at a sup-
per in the community house. They
are bearing all the expenses, and
a nominal charge is being made,
and all the proceeds being donated
to the Congregation. At this sup.
per Mr. Al Moss, well known vio-
linist, Dr. Nat Blicher, well known
pianist and a number of other
musicians and artists are scheduled
to entertain the guests. Dancing
will follow the supper.


QUALITY
There is always a market for
any kind of a product which is of
higher quality than the general
run of commodities in the same
line. Somebody will always pay a
quality price for the best.
I know a woman who makes
homemade bread, of such high
quality and flavor that she has a
market among the wealthy families
for all that she can bake, at twen-
ty-five cents a loaf. Of course,
she can only make a limited num-
ber of loaves of bread a day. If
she made more, hired other people
to do the work, she probably could
not keep up the quality, and would
have to.reduce the price.
I know a farmer who has made
more money off five acres every
year for the past few years than
any of his neighbors have made
on a hundred acres. He sells fresh
vegetables, but instead of ship-
ping them in bulk to the open mar-
ket he packs them in fancy baskets
and boxes, even wraps some of
them individually in cellophane.
There is always a market for
quality goods.


Hebrew School of Congregation
Beth El will begin Monday, Sep-
tember 28th at 3 p. m. and will
be held daily excepting Friday and
Saturday in the portable building
of the public school. Sunday school
for the instruction of religion and
history will begin October 11th at
10 a. m. in the Community House.


first round of the tennis
net of the Yeddedim club
eld recently at Henderson
J.Warren, M. Sperling, H.
Geo. Davis, H. Cromer, and
nes were the victors in the
eres. The second round
Held this coming Sunday
same courts in the morning.
Iual track meet will be.held
conclusion of the tennis con-


Inesday evening, September
heYeddedem Club will hold
ster party at the Capitol
r for the .benefit of its see-
niersary celebration. Har-
omer was elected to fill the
causedd by the resignation
elDock as president.

a meeting of the student
class a tennis club was form-
ad arrangements are being
for a series of contests with
local organism as. At its
meetingl\W, e~d~l ~ night,
abating socie ~-f thclass
Senate "Resolved that `Rt-
imis beneficial to the J t."

gistration for the Talmud To-
and Sunday school of Beth
SCongregation, Miami Beach
Ctill being received and the
Ito of those desiring to be
led are urged to register their
'en immediately. Rabbi"Axtel-
Sin charge.

;h Jacob Sisterhood is plan-
a picnic for its Talmud To-


Sisterhood of Temple Beth Is-
rael is sponsoring a card party at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry A.
Lee Sunday night at 8 o'clock. The
Temple Interior committee is in
charge of arrangements. Prizes
will be awarded and refreshments
will be served.

Mr. L. Davison returned to the
city last week after an absence of
a month in New York City on a
combined, business and pleasure
trip.

Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Dickson
returned from a honeymoon spent
in Brooklyn and New York City
and are temporarily' residing in
the Rader apartments.

Mrs. Dorothy Zeitlin returned
last week from a month's visit to
her sister and brother in law in
New York City.

The regular card party of Beth
El Sisterhood scheduled for last
Sunday night was held on Monday
night because of the holiday, at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Sneider. There was an unusually
large attendance and delicious re-
freshments were served.

Tom Smith, West Palm Beach's
popular baker was the recipient of
a surprise birthday party last Mon-


SPEED
Several states have taken
the speed limit on automobiles
tirely, holding drivers strictly
sponsible for reckless driving


off
en-
re-
but


(os1 N. s. CIasT AVENUE


VINCENT R. BRIICE, MAN~lerR


THE JIEWISH FLORIDIAN




eCCCICCC~*-


TO FORM JUNIOR
CONGREGATION

The Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation announces the formation
of a Junior Congregation to be-
gin immediately after the Succoth
Holidays. Membership in the Con-
g~regation is limited to boys be-
tween the ages of thirteen and
twenty. The boys will have their
own officers and will meet for ser-
vices every Saturday morning in
the Synagogue. They will select
one of their own number to preach
a brief sermon, and two of the
boys will act as Cantors every Fri-
day evening and Saturday morn-
ing. The Junior Congregation will
be under the supervision of the
service committee of the. congrega-
tion. Applications for membership
are now being received, and a 11
boys are urged to affiliate with the
new organization by, calling at the
Synagogue any afternoon.

It is always an era of hard times
with the shiftless man.


Mrs. Harden's Curb Market
8424 N Scond ve.

Tender Ducks, 25c lb.
Day Old Eggs 35e and 45e doz.


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Together with Hour of Sunset.
(Kindling of Lights 18 Minutes before Sunset)


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COMPARE OUR PRICES WITH THOSE OF
CHAIN STORES
White Rose Salmon, 30 to 35e sellers, 2 for 49c
Corned Beef, hot,......................................... 90c lb.!
Many other specials too numerous t~o mention.

Schiff's Delicatessen
160 N. W. FIFTH S3T.
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Announcing the Opening of;
VETERINARY HOSPITAL
Dr. }7. Wl. Knowrles
VETERINARIAN
740 N. E. Ninetieth Street
(Just East of Boulevard)
Phone Edgewnater 1601


MAIN STREET LOOKS
AT BROADWAY

By OBSERVER

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his average did mount. Everybody
is happy, except the thieves,
Nobody knows why he turned
down all the extra coin he would
get as a sergeant but there's a lot
of insiders who claim to know that
pleased owners slip him enough
reward money to make his job a
cinch. He refuses to say anything
himself. Other cops would leave
Lindbergh to get a smile from him

"Near beer ? I should say not!"
scoffed the party with the bottle)
opener. Why, it came from an
abandoned .brewery."`


1931
Friday ..........~........September 25
Saturday .................................. 26
Su d y .................................... 2
Friday ..,......................October 2
Saturday .................................. 3
Sunday ...........:........................... 4
Friday ...................................... 9
Sunday ...:.................................. 11
Monday .................................... 12
Friday ...................................... 16
Friday ..............,........................ 23
Friday .........................,............. 30
Friday ..................November 6
Tuesday .................................... 10
Wednesday .............................. 11
Friday ...................................... 13
Friday ...................................... 20
Friday ......................~................ 27
Friday ..................December 4
Saturday .................................. 5
Thursday .................................. 10
Friday ...................................... 11
Friday ...................................... 18
Sunday .................................... 20
Friday ...................................... 25


Friday ........................J nury 1
Friday ....:...........,...................... 9
Saturday .................................. 9

Friday ................... ................... 29
Friday ..................,.....February. 5
Sunday ...................................... 7
F~ria .,.........................y ..... i
Friday ..........,............................ 19
Friday ..................................... 26
Friday .....,.......................March.. 4
Tuesday ,.................................... 8
W edneday ................................. 9

Monday ................ c 4
Frisda y ..................................... 2
Frineday ..............,.....,..........Api 1
Thrsday ................................~... 7
Friday ..................................,.... 8
Friday ..................................... 215
Wedesday ..........,....................., 20
Thrsday .............................,...... 21
Friday ...................~................. 22
Thue sday .................................. 26
Wedneday .................................., 27
Thrsday .................................... 28
Frineday ..............................._.. 29
Friday ............................May.. 6
Striday ..................................... 7
Friday ..................................... 13
F ri neday .................................. 20
Tuesday ................................... 24
Friday ...................................... 27
Friday ..............................June 3
Sunday .................................... 5
Thrsday .................................... 9
Friday ..................................... 10
Saturday .................................... 11
Friday ...................................... 17
Frdy .................................1.. 24
Ilfnday i. ...................... 4
Tuesday ................................... 5
Friday ...... ............................... 8 )
Ftriday .................................... 15
Thrsday .................................... 21
Friday ...................................... 22
Friday ......................~.............. 29
Wedneday ................August....... 3
Friday ..................................... 5
Thrsday ............................~.......11
Friday ...................................... 12
Fhrida y .................................... 219
Friday ...................................... 26

Thursday ..............September...... 1


Friday ..........-........................... 30


Erev Succoth .. ......- ....---5:54
(1) Succoth
(2) Succoth
Hoshana Rabbah ....................5:42
Shemini Azereth
Simhath Torah
Erey Sabbath ..........................5:31
(1) Rosh Hodesh Heshvan
(2) Rosh Hodesh Heshvan
Erey Sabbath ..........................5:20
Erev Sabbath .............~.............5:09
Erey Sabbath ..........................5:00
Erey Sabbath ..........................4:52
(1) Rosh Hodesh Kislev
(2) Rosh Hodesh Kisley
Erey Sabbath ................. .........4 :45
Erey Sabbath ....:......................4:39
Erey Sabbath ........................4:35
Erey Sabbath ........................4:33
Hanukah
(1) Rosh Hodesh Tebeth
(2) Rosh Hodesh Tebeth......4:32
Erey Sabbath ..........................4:34
Asarah Betebeth
Erey Sabbath ........................4:38


Erey Sabbath .. ..............4:43
Erey Sabbath ..........~................4:49
Rosh Hodesh Shebat

Erey Sabbath ........................45:1
Erey Sabbath ........................5 :22

(1) Rosh Hodesh Adar I
E2) Ro~sh bHodesh Adr I..5:0
Erey Sabbath ...,.... ................5 :39
Erey Sabbath .......-..~..............5:47
Erey Sabbath ........................5:54
(1)v osh Hodeh Adar.........~. II
(2) Rosh Hodesh Adar II

Fas Ro sth oerh Adr
Ere v Sabbath ..~......................6 :17
Erey Sabbath ........................6 :24

Erey Sabbath ............~............6:31
Erey Sabbath ........:................6:39 -
Erev Passover .......~.................6 :44

(1) Pesah
Erey Sabbath (2) Pesah....6:46
Erey (7) Pesah ..,...................6:50
(7) Pesah
(8) Pesah
Erey Sabbath ........................6:53
Erey Sabbath
( R sh H deh lyar ........7:00
Erey RSabbateh ..............:7
Erey Sabbath ........................7:14

Lag B'Omer
Erey Sabbath ........................7:20
Erey Sabbath ........................7:26
Rosh Hodesh Sivan
Erey Shabuoth .. ...........7.':30
(1) Shabuoth ..... ...... ...7 :30
(2) Shabuoth
Erey Sabbath .......................7 :33
Ere 14 bah ........................7 :
(1)v Rshba Hode .......;... a z
(2) Rosh Hodesh Tammuz
Erey RSabbateh ... ..........7:4
Erey Sabbath .. ....................7 :30
Fast of Tammuz (17th)
Erey Sabbath .............7:26
Erey Sabbath ......................7 :2o
Rosh Hodesh Ab
Erey Sabbath ..............7 :12
Tisha B'Ab
Erey Sabbath ........................7 :03
Ere v Sabbath ........................ 6: 5 4
Erey Sabbath ........................6:43
(1) Rosh Hodesh Elul


Erey Sabbath
Erey Rosh Bashanah ............5:45


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'C HAT benefits has Dade County
derived from racing ? What
can the county and its people
expect of racing in the future ? How
does racing affect each of us economic-
ally ? What is the moral effect ? Hour
will racing affect taxation ? What pen-
alty would Dade County pay for a neg-
ative result in the referendum ? How
much racing should be permitted ? How
does racing affect the tourist season ?
dh getd mthe tors lro ande how

prises of the community ? What does
racing mean to labor?

All of these and many other ques-
tions every voter should answer for
himself or herself before casting a vote
on October 20th. That date is Dale
County's "Zero Hour" .. Never have
Dade County citizens had a more im-
sIortant decision to make.

The Miami Jockey Club, operated at
Hialeah Park under the direction of
Joseph E. Widener, will, during the next
three weeks, publish a series of facts
and data which should be useful to
Dade County voters in considering this
qusto *

More than one million dollars is be-

Tune in on WQAM, 6:30 p. m. every


ing expended this summer in improve-
ments at Hialeah Park. The entire
plant is being rebuilt to provide the fin-
est racing plant in America. Work was
started earl in the summer and has
been pushed toward completion with all
possible haste in order to be prepared
for the coming season. The enterprise
was started and continued by the Wide-
ner interests in the full belief that
Dade County people are cognizant of
the importance of racing to the com-
munity and that they will vote in the
referendum for the best interests of the
county and the state at large.
We urge that this series of imfor-
mative announcements be carefullY
read. Those who are sufficiently inter-
ested in their personal future and the
future of this community to base their
1'ote on a careful study of the situation
will, we believe, find these announce-
ments helpful. No voter can expect
this matter to be decided to his own
satisfaction unless he takes an active

ir nds voting himself and urging his
fred o dolkewise.

Monday, Wednesdav n ~itY





TEE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
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OCTOBER 20, DADE COUNTY'S


HOUR"


"ZERO


Dade County Voters will be called upon to
decide a. Vital Local Question. You owe it
t0 the County and to Yourself to become
thoroughly informed concerning the Ques-
tio0 :



What Will Legalized Racing Mean

TO Dade County People P


"The Call of the Thorobred," featuring Joe Ro~se.