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The Jewish Floridian ( July 22, 1932 )

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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
July 22, 1932
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Frequency:
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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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:
July 22, 1932
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:
AA00010090:00178

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Related Items:
Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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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:
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Related Items:
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Related Items:
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Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
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MORE THAN TWICE AS MUCH LOCAL, JEWISH NEWS AS ANY OTHER PAPER
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Today and Tomorrow

ByFrank Parker Stockbridge

DEATH .. as a penalty
Itlay was the first modern na-
;in to abolish the dealth penalty
for crime, nearly eighty years
ag.Under Mussolini the death
naty- was re-established for
erancrimes against the govern-
ent, and two men were executed
afew weeks ago, one for trying
to kill Mussolini with a bomb.
SThis is sure to stir up discus-
ion again of the effectiveness of
capital punishment. We have it
almost every State, but it does
otseem to prevent murder.
Italy still punishes ordinary
murder with only 21 years of
rsn, but executes those whose
lesthreaten the sovereignty of
he State. I personally think that
anybody is to be legally killed
t would be better to inflict the
ath penalty on those who mur-
er for their personal gain. The
kmerican view is--in theory at
as-that the safety of the in-
)vidaul is more important than
hesafety of the Government.


THE HEBRfEW ATHLETIC CLUB

of Miami, Florida

July 19, 1932.
The Jewish Floridian,
107 S. Miami Ave.,
T atmi, Foia
Dear Sir:
In view of the ensuing Hebrew Handball Doubles Tournament, that will
be held under the auspices of our organization shortly, I, as publicity chairman, have
been directed by the Hebrew Athletic Club to express our gratitude to you for
your wonderful co-operation given us and we feel certain that to a great extent,
you will be instrumental for the success of this tourney.

We feel certain that this tourney, the first of its kind held in these parts,
will materially aid you and your paper in its quest for development of Jewish
athletics. Again, I: wish to thank you for the publicity you have given this tourna-
ment and sincerely hope that your publication wi~ll continue, in the future, to enjoy
the marvelous success it has maintained in the past.
Sincerely yours,
(Signed) I. SCHWARTZ, D. S. C.
Publicity Chairman.

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,ist, .has found out how to make
white paper from southern pine,
and the time will some when the
big "newsprint" mills will be In
Florida and Georgia instead of in
Canada.


Vol. V.-No. XXX


Miami, Florida, Friday, July 22, 1932


Price: five Cents


Ladies Picnic

Is Postponed

The picnic of the Ladies Auxi-
liary of the Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation for this coming
Sunday has been postponed one
week and will be held Sunday,
July 21, beginning at 10 a. m., at
Lummus Park, Ocean Drive and
8th St., Miami Beach where tables
will be reserved for the organiza-
tion and its guests. The program
for the day includes swimming,
nd other such activities.
Chief features of the day will
be a "wiener-roast" and water-
pnelon party. Prices for all foods
and delicacies will not exceed ten
cents and many will be sold for
as low as five cents. The proceeds
of the affair will be used for the
maintenance of the Talmud Torah
supported by the organization at
the Synagogue of the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation. At
this Talmud Torah many puptls
are taken care of and tuition fur-
nished free because of the inabil-
ity of the parents to pay. In
charge of arrangements are Mrs.
Nathan Adelman and Mrs. Charles
Tannenbaum. They will be assisi
ted by other members of the con-
gregation.


Talmud Torah

TO ReorgamiZe

Beth David recently reorganized
its Talmud Torah and the classes
will be in charge of Mr. E. Gor-
don teacher. The regular classes
areefrtom 8:1 eoantoon ndi ao mme
school classes will be held from
2:30 p. -m Yiddish instruction


Miami Day to

Be Observed

Dale James, executive secretary
of the Miami Chamber of Com-
merce and chairman of the Miand
day general committee, called` at-
tention to the proximity of M1-
ami day to Miami's thirty-sixth
anniversity, July 28, and said that
tso.cessiand wui~ll v~ry a, donl-
ble significance, through salutes
to the pioneers who have been here
through practically all the years
of the city's history.
Mr. James and his associates
on the committee, George Whit-
ten, W. A. Pacetti and Norman
Mlirsky are suggesting that to-
slay be made not oray "one day
of great savings," which is the
sitalni day slogan, but that it also
take the form of an informal cele-
bration of the exty's anniversary,
since there is to be no formal
mar~kmg of that event this year*
Carry out this thought will add
to the pleasures and significance
of the second annual Miami day
occasion, when many thousands of
Miamli and Dade county residents,
as well as visitors from nearby
towns and cities meet and renew
their friendships, exchange ideas
and talk over the past, present
and future, Mr. James points out*
In line with the idea of mak-
ing Miami day a big birthday
party, there will be a big aerial
parade of planes from all the fly-
ing bases here, including the Cue-
tiss-Wright Flying Service, Viking
Flitg Boat Company danda th
bases.


ITourist Dies

Here Suddenly

Adolph Rosenfeld a native of
Austria-Hungary,. fifty-five years
of age, died here Sunday after a
very short illness as a result of a
heart attack.
Mr. Rosenfeld came to the Uni-
ted States more than thirty years
rge sand established his home in
Alabama. He was a retail gorcer
at Ensley, where he made his
home until he came to Miami
about three months ago. He was
improvingg rapidly from a para-
lytic stroke that had disabled his I
arm when the heart attacks came
Sunday. He was an active com-
munal worker of Ensley and Birm-
ingham, Ala.


THIncilOR t0 Be

Decided Soon


JudD fthge Depa vier of thuperior
SCourt at Montreal at the conclu-
sion of the hearings of the Jewish
merchant E. Abugov for an in-
junction against the "Goglu" pe-
riodicals owned by Joseph Men-
ardi c1onSistlfig 01 "Le! Goglu,"' Le
Miruar" and "Le Shamo annou-
ced that he would render his de- i
cision on September 1st. ..,
The Jewish merchant atra


~NAILS .. what are they?
Many an unsophisticated tourist
1 France has eaten and enjoyed
that the bill-of-fare called "escar-
ots," only to learn afterwards
ith disgust that he had eaten
-miJ.. 'Ph~ic popular French del-
:acy is under discussion in Paris,
'here the officials are trying to
ecide whether they are game
sh, or domestic animals. '
jThe wild snails of Burgundy are
tigscarce, and snail-lovers in-
ked the game laws to protect
m.But, said the logical French
ntionaries, anything that you
11off a wall with your fingers
nt be "game." One friend of
snail said they might be class-
as "horned beasts." Another
they should be grouped with
ters and the shell-fish.
nthe meantime, anybody who
ts to be sure of getting a dish
snails of the finest, in the best
nh style of cooking, would
er make .his trip to France
lest the edible varieties be-
eextinct under the pursuit of
leshunters!

PR. .. from the mills

dti tree mi es of my home
hstn I he fi ruins dof the mill
St fars woo pulp paper
manuu cured wasentgrn d

o tohethis pan i making r -

withu aid otuhatsir v lu ars
th e newspaper business and
esly cheapened all kinds of


meeting of the Jewish community
was held decided on legal action
to prevent further Anti-Semitic
agitation in these publications to
prevent what may have turned in-
to blood shed against the Jewish
population of Canada. The pre-
siding Judge at the preliminary
hearing declared that the publi-
cation complained of contained
matter that were dangerous to the
peace and security of the people.
He declared that the articles were
not only Anti-Jewish, but Anti-
Christian, anti-social and anti-Na-
tional in their nature.
In the application for an injunc.
tion the Jewish attorneys I. Co-
hen and M. Gomeroff set forth
that the publisher had conducted
a deliberate campaign against the
Jews of the province of Quebee
and particularly the cities of
Montreal and L~oshin. That the
editor had attempted to prove that
all Jews were Anti-Catholic and
wouldli rob tehet christians.d Ta

made by the articles to establish
a permanent boycott against Jew-
ish merchants. That the Jews,
in these articles, had attempted to
renew the blood accusation against
the Jews, and that the Jews had
been termed revolutionists and
other disreputable names.
The outcome of the legal pro-
ceedings is anxiously awaited by
the Jews of Canada who are de-
termined that this Anti-Semitic
agitation must be stopped.


!pupils so desire. An Inl~~o
He lavessurivin himhisis extended to all to visit the
widow Mrs. Ida Rosenfeld, two cassdrn nsrcinhus
sons Maxand avidand ourTutition will be charged accord-
daughers.ing to the ability of the parents
His son Max is a noted ball t a n reisrcinw~
player, playing centre field with hPrip hs nhet a.I


may be had if the parents of the


the Brooklyn Nationals. When
notified of his father's death, Max
was in St. Louis with the Brook-
lyn team and left immediately ar-
riving here Wednesday morning
in time to attend the funeral.
Services were held at the Ahern
Funeral Home and at the ceme-
.tery. Interment was in the Great-
er Miami Jewish Cemetery Asso-
ciation section of the Woodlawn
,Cemetery.


Club Massmeet-

ing IS Postponed


charge is Mr. Louis Weinkle chair-
man of the Board of Education.


$11181 SOClety



The picnic of the Chesed Shel
Emes which was to have been held
at the Pier on July 31st has been
Postponed to Sunday, August 14,
beginning at 10 a. m, in order to
make arrangements to entertain
the large number of people who
hae dsignif ed tphli sneo ofs
ing, bathing and other entertain-
ment free of charge. The admis-
sion fee of fifty cents for adults
and twenty-five cents for children
include one meal. The menu an-
nounced at this time provide for
gefillte or baked fish, potato salad,
.blintzes, vegetables, cake and cof-
fee. In charge of ararngements
will be a committee consisting of
representatives from the Beth
David Sisterhood, Beth Jacob Sis-
terhood and the Ladies Auxiliary
of the .Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation. Mr. I. L. Mintzer is
chairman of the general arrange-
ments committee. Stress is being
laid-on the fact that the funds to
be raised will be .used for the
`cemetery that is maintalked by
the organization which proviaea
free burial for the poor.


Jewish Club

BeglHS WOrk

The Yeddidim Club of young
Jewish men of the Greater Miami .
District recently reorganized and
has now opened clubrooms at 158
N. W. Fifth St., where meetings
are held every Wednesday even-
ing. A gymnasium has been fit-
ted up for .the use of the mem-
'bers and 'their guests and boxing
exhibitions are held before and
after the meetings each week.
An invitation is extended to the
young men of the community to
visit the club rooms.


The massmeeting scheduled to
have been held last night for the
purpose of the formation of a city-
wide Jewish organization was
postponed because of the inability
of the members of the committee
Ito formulate definite proposals
for the organization. The commit-
tee will be ready for the meet-
ing which will be held at the li-
brary building Tuesday evening,
August 9, beginning at 8 p. m.
Representing the B'nai Brith on
the committee are Stanley C.
Myers, Max Rappaport, Wm.
Friedman, Isaac Levin and Jack
Bernstein. Maxt Orovitz, president
of the the Young Men's Club of.
IViami heads the representatives
of his organization on this com-
mittee.


still make most of the high-
ewriting paper, and all the
on which money is printed,
mills of Berkshire county.
and cott g~aas, such as
ippings fom t~~mtieshirt and
factories in T By, provide
of the base material for
Papers, but most of the
ron which books are printed
all that is used in newspapers,
saeof wood. .
ndamakes most of it, be-
seCanada still has great
forests and we have cut
tof ours down. But Dr.
clsA. Iler~ty, famous chem-


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the regular sevces will be hlh
a. m. with the choir singing and
Earl Barr Hansen at the piano.
Mr. M. H. Rosenhouse prominent
attorney of this city will preach
the sermon on "Mosaic Laws As
A Foundation for Modern Laws.
The Junior Radio Snyagog will
hear Leonard Tobin in a sermon-
ette on "The Breach", the Bible
Lesson on "Noah" by Louis Spec-
tor and the prayer by S. Bulbin.
Rabbi S. M. Machtei founder and
director of the Radio Synagog
will be present and in charge
through he will not preach the
sermon.


Woolfe, his brother-in-law. The
bride's gown was of white crepe
romaine banded with white fox
and belted with gardenias. Her
hat of white felt and straw was
trimmed with gardenias and she
carried a bouquet of bride's roses
and valley lilies. Mrs. Owen's
gown was of pink chiffon. A buf-
fet supper was served -after the
ceremony. After a short yachting
trip Mr. and Mrs. Miller will be
at home at 810 Eleventh St., Mi-
ami Beach.
The bride studied at the Earl
Wallace Art school, Hollywood,
Mr. Miller, who is a member of
the law firm of Sampson& Miller,
attended the University of Flor-
ida, Vanderbilt University, Ohio
State and the University of Miami.
*
Rabbi S, M. Machtei of the Ra-
di~o Synagog returned to the city
on the S. S. Mohawk after a bus-
iness trip to Nevi York where he
arranged for the publication of
his book of Radio Sermons. He
was~ arccom~panied on hias turn by
Mrs. Machtei and daughter Naomi. I
They ari making their home atl
the Orlando apartments as before
*


Miss T. Gross left last we~k fo
an indefinite stay in New Yorkor

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ned te mem es ofth fm y.
Dr.- Joseph B. PMargolis a brother
of the bride was best _ma'n and
Mrt rakHqltzberg attended)
the bride. Thiey left for a trip to FUN~ERAL SE@YICE
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They will remain there: for se-/*
eral weeks. The Junior Chapter of Miami
+ $ Hadassah held its first Happy
The Misses Shirley and Garnet Hour meeting of the current sum-
Brandt of Woodmere, L. I., New mer season last Monday evening,
York are spending some time in July 17th, at the home of Miss
Miami visiting their aunt, Mrs* Sylvia Rayvis. The following ap-
Jennie Rotfort. pointments as chairmen of com-
mittees were announced.
Wednesday evening, August 3, Happy Day, Miss Edith Silver-
the Junior Hadassah will enter- man* publicity, Miss Hannah
tain its members and guests at a Mack; program, Miss Georgia
swimming party beginning at 8 Roth. One of the features of the
p. m. at the Roman Pools, Miami evening's entertainment was a
Beach. Admission will be only very excellent book review of
tairty-five cents. Entertainment Helen Grace Carlysle's "We Be-
will be provided and the public is gin" which was given by Mrs.
urged to attend and enjoy this Charles Feldman president of the
e~vent. In charge of this affair Books in Brief club. Reports were
are Miss Bede Goldenblank as presented for the holding of two
chairman, Mfrs. Jennie Rotfort and benefit affairs for the organiza-
M~iss Hannah Mack. !tion the first of which will be

Miss Phyllis Soutag and Miss on AguAA a3.1tanthse-
Estelle Kasanof entertained Tues- *i

Miss n31 ian Sen, Mies Mane Kp M, Thearri dugh er AlisMr. and
lan, Miss Rose and Miss Mildred Mrs. J. F. Laird of Hollywood,
Berg, Samuel Kaplan, Jacob Stein, Calif., to M. Victor Miller tood
Louis Goldberg, Melvin Katz and place at sunset Wednesday at the
Philp an Arnld Krp*home of Mr. Miller's parents, Mr.
*c and Mrs. Louis Miller at Mayfield
The first of a series of member- Court apartments, Miami Beach.
ship affairs to be given by the Dr. Jacob H. K~aplan of Temple
Junior Hadassah will be held Israel officiated at the ceremony
aboard the Pirate Ship "Neptune" which was attended by relatives.
docked at Miami River and 27th I The bride was attended by her
Ave., Monday evening, August 1. Sister, Mrs. L. E. Owen, and Mr.
Those attending must come mn pi- BIMiller's best man was A. E.



GREATER MIAMI
SHEBREW DOUBLES HANDBALL TOURNAMENT
Sponsored by the

Hebrew Athletic Club of Miami


Entrants Name .. Date...,..... ...13
Address ..................,...............,........................... .. _

I Wish to be Entered Class B. Under 25 ()
Novice Class(


All rules governing this tournament are under the jurisdiction
of .the Rules Committee. Entry blanks must be filed with
Dr. I. Schwartz, Room 400, Meyer Kiser Bldg.
before July 28, 198(2


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oD no ng wil be depil the pa.
tio or in the ballroom if it rains.

Th ani mi befrihed h

Ganged by Miss Sylvia and Irene
Farr, who are in charge of the
entertainment committee.
Among those scheduled on the
program of entertainment are
Miss Irene Farr popular Miami
songster, Leonard Tobin and Miss
Rose Chintalin in a number of
dance novelties. Mrs. Jack Simo
publicity head of the Council an
chairman of the arrangements
committee for the dance is being
,assisted by Mrs. J. Levin in addi-
tion to the entertainment commit-
tee.


,At meeting of th Youn Is-
Marvin Rubin last Tuesday even-



for membership were received
fro VitorKahn and Joseph
IFri ds.icTh next meeting will be
held at the home of Miriam Green.
wald, 1368 S. W. 5th St., next
Tuesday evening, July 26th at 8
p. In. .

A mid-summer sports dance wil
be given by the Junior Council o
Jewish Women at the Coral Ga-
bles Country club next Sundpy
evening, July 24. This is expected
to be one of the outstanding Jew-
ish affairs of the year, according
to Miss Sylvia Dreisen, president
of the council. The public is in-
vited.
The proceeds will go to a chart-
table fund that the council main-
tains. Tickets may be purchased
from any member of the council


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To carry on the welfare work rate or sailor costume. Admission
of the organization, the Ladies will be only fifty cents and if one
Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare becomes a member it will be ap-
Biareau is sponsoring ialbridge plied towards the annual dues. En-
party next Wednesday evening, tertainment will be provided by
July 27, beginning at 8 p. m. in stellar performers, a mid-night
the Ocean View Inn, 158 Ocean buffet supper will be served. In
Drive, Miami Beach where cards charge of arrangements is Miss
will be enjoyed in one of the cool- Bede Goldenblank, general chair-
est spots af Miami. man who is being assisted by Mrs*
Mrs. Harry Isaacs first vice Jennie Rotfort and Mrs. Veeda
president of the organization and Cromer. Reservations may be
in charge of activities during thel made by calling Miss Goldenblank
absence of the president is mak- 2-0921, Mrs. Rotfort 2-1758, or
ing every effort to make this one Miss Lena Weinkle 2-7185. The
of the outstanding affairs of the public is urged to attend.
current season. Hostesses for this) 1
affair are Mrs. J. Caplan, Mrs.! Mrs. Jennie Rotfort entertained
Harry Isanes, Mrs. Mr. Scheinbeg, twelve! of the juvenile friends of


Ils. MVichlael Arnold, mrs. osve
Davis, Mrs. P. Scheinberg, Mrs.
Herbert Kleinman, Mrs. Harry
Weinberg and Mrs. Esther Men-
del of Atlanta, Ga. Prizes will be
awarded for high scores and delic-
ious refreshments will be served.
Admission will be only fifty cents*
*
Irving K~ovenskyl of Miami re-
turned this week after a two
weeks absence in New York visit,-
ing relatives and friends there.
S *
Mr. Ind Mrs. Meyer Schwartz,
son and daughter, and Mrs. Sadye
Oliphant and son Elmer left Tues-
day morning for Charlotte, N. C.
to visit friends and relatives there


Usher niece, Shirley Brandt in cele.
(bration of her tenth birthday last
Sunday. Various games were en-
joyed by the youngsters and gifts
were presented to all. During the
evening delicious refreshments
were served. The parents of the
young guests enjoyed bridge and
the prize was awarded to Mrs.
Morris Pepper for high score.
*
Miss Gertrude Goldman who
recently underwent an operation
at the Riverside Hospital and was
confined to bed for more than six
weeks is now convalescing at the
Pan American Hotel where she
will be happy to greet her
friends.


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Friday, July 22, 1932


on'DeCJewish n mmunity ofr-
Court issued by Judge John Tay-
lor, will be in charge of all kosher
meats and poultry sold in the city.
It will fix prices and name Rabbis
and shoebtim. This decision ends
a discussion that has~ existed for
several years.


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The Russian Soviet Government
will shortly publish the works of
the famous Jewish-German poet
and his bio ahy for distribution
'to the people of Russia. Maxim
Gorky, the famous Russian novel-
ist, Kamenev and Lunacharsky
Russian writers and officials will
edit the publication.


Mrs. Larry Fay accompanied by
her sons Mortimer and Arthur
left Sunday to tour the North and
visit their relatives and friends
there. They will return in the
nearly fall.

Miss Bernice Watts returned to
the city after spending sometime
at Grace Neck, L. I. New York.

Miss Rhea Cohen 9nd Miss Ruth
Rubin of Baltimore were visitors
here last Saturday and Sunday on
a nine day tour of the South,

Mrs. Max Gropper and children
left for a visit to friends and rel-
atiires in Georgia.

_ Mdr. Henry Bulbinwlill leave
next week for a short business
trip to New York city.


;Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peretz.
man announce the engagement of
their daughter Celia to Mr. Harry
Cohn of New ark, N. J., the mar.
riage to take place at the
Temple Israel on' Sunday,' Au.
gust 28. Miss Peretzman is a na.
tive of Atlanta, Ga., where she
received her education and train.
ing, later coming to Miami where
she has lived for the past few
years. Mr. Cohen is engaged in
the dry cleaning business in New.
ark, N. J.


saintliness is undisputxed, one of
whom this writer can speak of
from personal experience, Rabbi
jiasha Baer of Breast-I~tovrsk.
Elenists w~ill unhesitatingly pro-
popp Hersl, rad I can think of no
itatellectlua or spiritual barrier to
his inclustom


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hel its Megulrar mee nkg a h
Miami Beach. Mrs. Rose R. Le-
vin reviewed "Hatter's Castle" by
A. J. Cromin and also "Mrs. Fisch-
er's Warr' by Henrietta Leslie.
Speeia ruste for the even g


Oel n, Mr.Bnjanin Misabh a d
tin.Paln e Rubin.o em 8n x

Julye26RatethenhomrealdG 1s sAde e
that time Mrs. Alex Goldstein will
present "The Fountain" by Char-
les Morgan
1 ast Tuesday evening the club
entertained at a wiener-roast on
the beach. About 30 guests were
invited to attend this annual affair.

Mrs. Isaac Levin and her daugh-
ter, Dorothy Ann, will leave Tues-
day to spend a month in Mary-
land and Virginia.

Misses Jeanette and Alberta Ja-
cobs of Jacksonville are spending
a month at the Loeusts apartments


happy chance, then, that I did not
seed my lawn to red grass!
!
It is stated that a certain rich
man of this community owns 100
pairs of trousers. However, the
fact that throughout practically
the whole of July and August itr
is possible to wear only one pair
eta time detracts some at from

Elmer Twitchell says the acquit-
tal of a certain woman in a no-
torious shooting ease was proba-
bly due to the fact that she didn't
know se wash loaded.
I
Mrs. T. S. Stribling, the author,
says the brain is a muscle. Possi-
bly one reason some people do
not do much thinking is that they
are afraid of getting muscle-
bound.

"J. P. Morgan on Crutches;
Cause Unknown."--Headline. Pos-
siljly he was caught under a load
of falling securities.
1 I
Maryland's state game depart-
ment is unable to identify a bird
which has a razor-edge bill and
groans, though it may be only a
coupon-cutter, thrown out of em-
ployment.
I: I
The debate over the Sharkey de-
eision continues fitfully with
some insisting that any new cut in
naval armament include Gunboat
Smith.

If the past is an omen of the
future, we believe Washington can
dig up grasshoppers to devastate
any appropriation Congress cares
to make in their behalf.
1 1
And yet no Distinguished Flying
Cross has been awarded an intre-
pid keynoter for pressing on end-
lessly through fog and so forth.
Nothing hurts a conceited man
like being ignored.
I !
Do you remember--s~way back
when ~the color a bathing girl's
spine was never a matter of pub-
lic .konwledge?

Casualties at the Chicago con-


I Oft in the still night
E'er slumber's chain has bound me
My senses bring the fright
Of "Honk, honk, honk,"
'I'se regusted,"
L'Peanuts and popcorn"!
"Ice creeeeam, liiiice Cream."
"Quit yelling or Pll1 spank you."
"Why don't those children come

"Yoho!"" ~Lt's go to the drug
store.
"Listen, it's a fire"!
To end the day around me.

Efficiency is illustrated in Con.
gress by arguing and voting for
weeks on a relief bill which the
Congressmen know will be voted.
EflFicienlcy at wasting time, I
mean.

After a gang of bandits at Cin-
cinnati had spent a laborious
month digging their way into a
bank vault thiey came up against
a steel door which: they were un.
able to open. It is this sort of
thing thart tends to make our bank
bandits cynical.
I- -I I
Weather news includes word of
hailstones as large as duck eggs
in Alabama, and the usual July
thaw at Duluth.
Il I I
A Honolulu wife, who took a
wild swing at her mate and missed
fell over a 60-foot cliff, but will
recover. Rumor says he is agree.
able to resuming the controversy
in Switzerland.
I ~
The statue of Civic Virtue, for
10 years in front of New York's
City Hall, may be moved. As an
example it is felt it might have
more influence elsewhere.

A Paris railway terminal offers
the traveler food, tobacco, clothes,
books, drinks, movies, dental at-
tention and overseas phone ser
vice. It's the first we had heard
of catching a train in a drugstore.
1 I I
Ivory in its natural state, says
an African item, is quoted as low
as $2.50 a pound. It must be the
ocean transportation that brings
up the price of le ande pi I
* s


Ever since Aaron induged our Miami Beach.
,re-fathers in the worship of idols ***
ring the enforced delay of Mrs. A. L. Kanter and three
:oses, many of our people are children, Henry, William and
aund incapable of resisting the Saralea, are spending the summer
having for strange gods. Other- at Hendersonville, N. C.
ise, how would you explain (I ***
n not speaking pf real conviirtli) r Mrs. George Kaufman and son,
re Jewish members of followers Morton, of New Orleans, La., are
hundreds of cults and isms, the house guests of Mrs. Charles
ost of which possess about as Rtosengarten.
uch spirituality as do the rays ***
the artificial sunrise, warmth Mr. and Mrs. Harry Orlin have
Id sunlight ? Yet, every new just returned from a brief vaca-
lophet can boast of Jewish fol- tion at Kissinger Springs. En
wers. and members of the House route to Miami they were the
Israel mnay he found by tihe Will-rguiests of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
~eds flocking to this or that Boyer in Lakeland and Mr. and
othsayer who promises econom- Mrs. Maurice Lefkowitz, in Orlan-
relief or spiritual salvation. do.
~Even Gandhi (who is entitled ***
the deepest respect as a gen- Ben Liffits will arrive soon from
iey high-minded leader of his New York to be the guest of his
ope) succeeded (without even sister, Mrs. Harry Weinberg, at
owing it) in firing the imagina- her home, at Miami Beach.
Iof the off spring of Abraham. *
Other day one of them button- Herman Rubin has just return-
edus. He wanted to know why led from a vacation in New York
whether) Gandhi wasn't a and Washington, D. C.
'prophet. Actually' he told us ***
didn't ask us has veshalom) Refreshing colors of blue and
Gandhi was the twentieth white were used as decorations for
prototype of prophet in 'the luncheon given by Miss Bertha
fullest sense of the word. We Ungar, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
dhim (we didn't tell him) Arthur Ungar, last Friday at her
She meant by a prophet. He home in Miami Shores for her
that the prophet was a man guest, Miss Hazel Jacobs of Jack-
odwho was loved by his peo- Isonville.
We told him that by that Bridge games followed. Tallies
nition Charlie Chaptin was were miniature shells and summer
idi's rival. He certainly is ]flowers were arranged to advan-
idby the people, and God has tage o nthe tables.
iowise indicated which of these ....
He prefers, except, perhaps, Mrs. M. Rosenhouse and Miss
)ug th abndace f mte-Dora Rosenhouse returned to the
prosperity, which, if that were city after an extended visit to
ndction, would make Chaplin ,1 lna r :+ )


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Regular services of Congrega-
tion Beth Israel are held every
Friday night at the Temple on
Broward Ave. with the Rabbi, Dr.
Carl N. Herman officiating, Fol-
lowing the services the regular
.sermon is given by the Rabbi.


Mrs. Charles Landau, Mrs. Max
Greenberg and daughter left for
New York where they will spend
the remainder of the summer.

Mrs. P. Dave of Durham, N. C.
left for her home after spending
a vacation with her daughter and
son-in-law, Mlax and Mrs. Irving
Moss at 710 Sunset Road.

Joe Kahn, newest B'nai Brith
member, at a call meeting of
B'nai Brith Lodge 1146 at the club
rooms, 324 Clematis St., Monday
night was unanimously elected in-
to the lodge and will be initiated
at the next meeting.

The B'nai Brith Lodge held
their regular meeting Monday
night at their hall, 824 Clematis
St. There was a large attendance.
Vice President, Mr. Feldman,
presided.

Mrs. O. P. Gruner, and chl-
dren, Rosylin and son, Stanley,
and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gruner
left by car Tuesday morning for
New York, Boston and man~y oth-
er cities.


.sed
was
ain-


9 I Iventions were confined to brui
There have been other and hap-( shins and indigestion. There i
pier times, when the land flowed little we missed, then, by remr
with milk and honey, but what ing home and playing bridge.
you see on the roads now is new- i !


An automobile has been fished
From the river after six years,
with the tires still inflated. WTe
have heard it claimed %iat water
does not rot the stomach, either.
II !
There's this to be said for the
1932 feminine attire on bathing
beaches: they keep a man in the
open air.
i !
Timur Agha, 175S-year-old Turk,
says he rocked Zaro Agho, 165,
to sleep when the latter was, a
.babe. Timur's grandfather, they
say, remembers the incident well.
I I
By a process of elimination, the
answer to the prevailing question,
wheree do we go fromr here ?"
must be "up".

Yale University is organrising a
party to locate the cradle of the
r~ic~e. "Rock-a~-byte(, baby, on the
tree top" sounds like a clue.
rI I
What a great and glorious thing
it wPould be it some enterprristg
man wPortd get busy and corner
the trouble markedt
Each wrinkle on a woman's brew
sepresets an eprience.


laid tar.
lI II
Going more deeply into this sub-
ject last evening as I put away
the lawnmoker, I deduced that the
chief objectionable feature of
green grass is that it tires the
back. Wouldn't it be possible dur-
ing the hotter part of the summer
to dispense with grass of any and
all colors, and rest the eyes by
keeping them closed ?
I I I
Some day one of those fellows
who describes hailstones he has
seen as big as a base ball is going
to be hit by one as big as a pea,
and he will say, more truthfully
than he imagines, that it is as
big as his head.
I I I
The East is routsing from its
long stagnation. India has lately
produced a man who wears srheets
and drlinks goat's milk, one who
hasn't spoken in seven years, and
one who boasts a mustache 84
inches long. Not Ameries itself
is more prolific of genilrs.
I I I '
The chief benefit of green grass
to Ps, recording to an dentist, Is
that it rests the eyesi. What a


dhi's superior.
iriously (there are those
jig our readers inclined that
), disregarding the glamorous
;entional, spectacular display
eck of display of raiment (that
Is theatrical only in an oces-
al atmosphere), this writer
point to half a dozen Jewish
era, who are or were the equal
andhi in every one of the
's fine spiritual and intellee-
sualities. Taking the devo-
Ia lifetime to onselj~sh
smas th~e basic trait of Gan-
Scharacter, there have been
rast three whom tre have re-
ed as equallyr endowed: Abre-
S. Freidus wasr probably more
Ite; Felix Adler, at leat is
i in intellectual bnluence; sand
im Behar, not inferior in ste-
anlike appeal and moral
I; not to mention half a dep-
arbh~s whose~ i~tptstatn for


Miss Pauline Bott of Nassau is
visiting her cousin, Mrs. Sam
Wrubel at the Cordova apartmrentrs

Mbrs. Dave Feldman was hostess
to a card party spoirsored by the
Beth Isael Sirstrhood.


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S 0CIETY tourney and all who are entered J. G. C. elab will be held on July i
A peia metngofth ee-are anxious to be in tip top shape 29. Itatocre nis ill b
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STemple Israel has been called by iIAfter losing two straight ai committee consisting of their
R~endei srce that i both JIrs. Isaac Levin, president, to be matches that sent them into third M~isses Shirley -Elkin, Lillian Eis- i
ro-ling a sevc isheld immediately after -services at place, the H. A. C. made a valiant man and ~Gladys Abenson. Miss I
novl n tsmethods and ex- th epeFia vnn.comeback last week and finallyFlorse, Berman will be. initiated.
treel ncesay t hi tmeis emerged in a tie for second place. M ~iss Bessie Levitt the president ,
that giv-en to members of the Na- They had as their opponents the appointed Miss Betty Lasky as =
tioona Moer tor Clinc, B P Lc- Mis Iudav EnglerFth eante rtie famed Lonoeons who are one of I chairman of publicity. A social =
woo exertmotr mchaic s T d igta ithaH e the strongest teams in the loop. hour followed the business session. 1
manager. and Olin Earw-ood ex-~ls Fte ~mn. ~rget The score wnill indicate howf close ,
pert body man is associated wfith. included Mfiss Shirleyv Annis, M~ins rh ae ee he r 1416; 31.adMs tne .~Jesf
Member's automobiles receive eve- Lillian Eismuan, Miss Shirley El- 5 fas1e~ me epae I.adMs tne .Mes
ry attention nec~esary to kieep ton, M1iss- Florae Berman, Miss ljl 1-11 ae rr pa edturned to the city last Tuesday/ I
their 'cars in the best of sEhape Gladys Abramson, Louis Spector,atteFmigFelCors atranabecofeealees
for the small sum of twfo dollars John Klein, Irving Shindler, Joe Tht- CrpsF lead by Al Reisman spent in the North on business and
per month. Even if accidents 1Fields, Victor K~ahn and M~arvin beat the Burps lead by Irr Hiirsch pleasure.
should damage a member's car, 1Rubin. 6-2) at Flamingo Sunday after- r s li
no charge is made for labor and I on bottit er rsn iss Rosebelle Scher, Mfiss :
the only expense to the members Due to a combined meeting of to playr ball. The pitching of Helen Float and M~iss Lola Von
is the cost of parts used. Bat- twfo of J1iami's premier organiza-i Goldstein plus the splendid sup- Hoff of Palm Beach recently vis- K
teries are recharged for only 75e tions the regular meeting of the port of his teammates wFere too itdMs DrtyRoha e
with no rental charge for the first Hebrew Athletic club w-as post- muhfrteBrs o h home, 1776 S. W., 23rd terrace. I
tw-enty--four hours, and tires are poned until next wFeek. A com- lsr. o enl tre ohc
patched and repaired free of I mittee has been appointed to at- !in the field and at bat. The fourth
charge if brought to the garage etnd this meeting and to have agame of this- series will take place- F
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