The Jewish Floridian

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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 29, 1932
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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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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University of Florida
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The Jewish Floridian, anxious for the welfare of its readers proposes to afford
a worthy boy or girl, man or woman an opportllqi .ptO make good in Radio.
If you are interested in revsiving a thorough training in the art of broadcast-
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There are no strings of any kind attached to this offer. Merit alone will count.
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Any Jewish boy or girl between the ages of twelve and eighteen, or any Jewish
man or wonian between the ages of nineteen and thirty, who desire to compete for
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When all entries are received a contest will be held in a public hall, full details
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t~he *wmners.
This contest closes August 10th, at midnight.


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ol. V.---No. XXXI.


Miami, Florida, Friday, July 29, 1982


Price: Five Cents


Ladies' Auxiliary

To Hold Picnic

The picnic of the Ladies Auxi-
liatry of the Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation will be held
Sunday, July 31, 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 "wlener-roast" and water-
melon 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
orf ~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 pupils
are taken care of and tuition fur-
nished free because of the inabil-
?har of othe arrpnetse o pay. In
NathanbAdelman and Mrs. Charles

ted by other members of the con-


FRT .. despite the heat
aled on President Hoover the
rday. Outdoors the ther-
etrstood at 88 in the shade.
SPresident's office it was a
rtable sixty-eight. That is
of the reasons wh~y Mr. Hoo-
is able tol stand up under his
task and still keep in first-
physical condition.
went with the President to
opening of the exhibition of
Pantheon de la Guerre, the
Ids largest painting, commem-
igthe war. This is shown
a circular sheet metal build-
which might be expected to
ethe characteristics of an
n.But the same air-condition-
system used in the President's
cemade it comfortable even
era blazing sun.
went up to the Capitol to call
a congressional friend, and
ndSenators and Repres~enta-
asdebating in an atmosphere
frd c, cooled ar e whch i o
vet orator to work up a per-
rtion. And I came back from
I ntnon an air-conditioned
rin bSthe Baltimore and Ohio,
Most comfortable railroad
rrney I ever made.
Mr. Hoover believes, with many
lers, that this air-conditioning
cesss, still in its infancy, is go-
Sto develop as big as the au-
riobile industry.

)NUS .. at the front line
Half expected in Washington
find squads and detachments of
S"Bonus Expeditionary Force"
a-handling a~ll over town. I
veiled pretty well over the Dis-
~t of Columbia and except in
vicinity of the BE.F. Camp
jthe Anacostia Flats I saw no-
ywho could be identified as
meber of the bonus-seeking
y. I talked with one man who
Been active in getting Con-
asto appropriate $100,000 to
these men back to their
estates.
ost of these chaps are de-
fellowy ,out of jobs, with no
burces, who just came for the
," he said. "A few of them
rather simple-minded people
Really think the government
isthem a living. But in the
eris quite a strong corps of
muitagitators, who have
Hopeful that there would be
resort of a military or police
lonstration that would give an
seto start shooting. The
munists are looking for mar-
but the Washington authori-
have not permitted them-
ato be trapped into anything
of which inflammatory propa-
acould be made. But the
F.certamnly had some mem-
of Congress badly scared."


grgtin
The committee to confer andl A public meeting of members of Edythe Rose Mink, well known geain
provide plans for the formation Temple Israel was held last Sun- Miami Jewish girl will be the sub-
day morning at the Capitol The- ject of a feature article in next Important Meet-
of a Citywide Jewish club, recent- atre where Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Sunday's issue of the Miami Daily
ly sponsored by the local B'nai Kaplan submitted plans for the News by Vivian Yeiser Larramore, ing TO Be Held
Brith and Young Men's club will "Rejuvenation of Judaism" as Miami's poet laureate. I ( hDvdCngeainwl
meta nonedesweei particularly applied to his con- Miss Mink is the granddaughter IBt ai ogeainwl
these columns. The members rep- Igregation. He discussed the ap- of the well known Miami Jewish hold a special joint meeting of the
resenting the City at large are: parent lack of interest of the communal worker, Wolf Cohen, ICongregation membership and its
Murray Grossman, Baron de Jews in religion, and though he and while attending Ada Meritt Sisterhood at the Beth David
Hirsch Meyer, Nathan Adelman, said the same was true of other Junior High School was its class Talmud Torah, Sunday evening,
AbeKuma ad ary aro.fit, hewspriuaryjtr ot She attended Miami Senio'r August 7, beginning at 7:45 p. m.
witz. Those representing the ese nJudaistia. He discussed HihSchool and then left for Vrossekr i drs h
Young 1Men's club are: Max Oro. causes and attributed some of the Hihildelphia where she graduated, meeting ana the membership of
vitz, Sol Cohen, Leo Ackerman,J blame to the lack of adaption of subsequently returning to Miami. the Congregation and the Sister-
Aaron Kanner and M. H. Rosen- religion to present day conditions. Miss Mink is the author of a hood will be asked to aid in the
house. Those representing the As a method of combatting the number of poems which have at- plans for the future of the organl-
B'nai Brith Lodge are: Stanley condition and arousing interest tracted considerable attention from ization.
C. Myers, I. Levin, Max Rappa- and greater attendance at Tem- prominent critics. Mr. Lewis Brown, president of
port, Wm. Friedman and Jack ple Israel, he suggested: the Congregation, urges that all
Bernstein. 1. An oldfshoeFrdymmesbonhdpoptys
The public meeting will be held night supper with all the cere- ""'",hP~ 4"~Jews Active in fuller cooerton must be had for~
Tuesday, August 9th, beginning at inon"ials, including the Kiddush, B Mthe success of the Congregation.
8 p. m. when the committee's for- smngmg of Zmiros, and benshen; 88n MOVe
mal plans will be announced. This with a brief speaker from time Once A Jew,
meeting will be held at the Libr- to time. Max Losner former City coun-
ary building, corner of S. W. 16th 2. Services to contain in lies cilman of Homestead was named Always A Jew
Ave. and 5th St. of some of the prayers, readings correspondent for the group ask-
The committee requests that from some of the outstanding He- ing for a charter for a- national
the public send its suggestions to brew literature; and a dramatic bank to be established at Home- In a recet suit, a presiding
Mr. Myers prior to the committee presentation of an ethical or Bib- stead in the building formerly oc- Judge of one of London's Courts,
meeting and they will be thankful- lical lesson during the services to coupied by the Bank of Homestead. declared that until a Jew had ac-
ly received. convey more effectively than a Aiding him in the organization is tually become converted to an-
sermon, the message of religion the Universal Corporation which other faith, or had publicly affi-
to the worshippers. .Harry I. Lipton prominent attor- listed -himself with a faith other
HerZl Memorial 3. A study class to compare ney and president of the Beth thann the Jewish, he would be con-
happenings of today, their causes Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach, sidered a Jew. The decision was
Meeig L h d and their historical background as is the representative. Other prom- rendered on the occasion of a
^'applied to Jews. inent Jews are also active in the Jewish communist refusing to
4. A committee to bring into Universal Corporation. It is ex- take the oath on a Jewish Bible
Beginning last Sunday, mem. practice the teachings that Jiida- pected that charter will ibe sse"called as a witness.inh
orial meetings were being held ism is a method of life; that this granted shortly and the bank will dimwaee.TeCuthl
throughout the United States and Icommittee act- as a ud an ta oeainsso.thtsnes hned was brne an Jew h
in the European Countries in ob- check to observe the ethical con- .would be amenable to the law as
servance of the 28th Yahrzeit of duct of Jews in business and pro- H g ~ ia uhutlh a eiieyain
the death of the late Dr. Theo- fessions and from time to time(Hg edlda I himseil wihe ha dinother faith
dore Heral, the founder of politi- to make pronouncements a~s to Pla saeM d
eal Zionism. In most of the cit- their attitude. .
ies the Jewish National Fund has He stressed the fact that as g& At a meeting of the Miami Jew- Former MIaBRRR
cooperated with the Zionist dis- Rabbi he was there to teach hirs ish Otoo ogeainhl
tricts and Hadassah in holding )congregation and lead them in thel last week, plans were drawn for A cpsP li
these memorial meetings. At these Iway of Judaism and nothing else. the High Holidays which will be-
meetings the life and accomplish-i At the conclusion of the ad- gin September 30th. A number RbbA.evnomrlRai
ments of the founders of political dress, Mr. Day J. Apte, president of applications have been received of Beth Jacob Congregation, Mli-
Zionism is told by prominent of Temple Israel spoke briefly from prominent cantors through- ami Beach and a winter visitor
speakers. and said that a meeting of the out the country and will be ae-to1imior he asserl
Though Greater Miami has a Board of Directors of the Temple ted on shortly. The synagog willyeracetdaalreelyo
Zionist District, no memorial meet- would be called shortly to con. be given a thorough renovation the pulpit of the Beth Israel Syba-
Ings have been held for the past sider ways and means for carry- and comfortable seating arrange- gogue at Baltimrore, Mld. Known
several years, and none have been ing these plans into effect. About ments are being made to provide a eyal pae n ab
arranged for locally. This fact is fifty men and women attended the far .the worshippers. of standing, he has a large num-
attributed to the inactivity of lo- meeting including a number of Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan will be ber of friends in the Greater Mi-
ael Zionist leaders. non-members of the congregation. in charge of the services. ami District.


Opm s Body

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report from Warsaw, Poland l
oesthat the consent of .the
a of 'Chopin, world famous e
poser, has been obtained for
removal of his remains from ~
r biarial place at Paris to a i
ne to be erected in Warsaw. r
so the body will b~e brought to (
md liy the Chopin committee i
ational .funieral will be held. c


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"Rejuvenation"


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on Seventh St., with Mrs. Bn
Moss acting as hostess. Following
the cards prices were awarded I
delicious refreshments were sorp
ed.

Mrs. L. Rader left for Chicate
for the remainder of the summer,
She will be joined by her hoahn
later after which they will it
other places of interest.

Mr. and Mrs. Morirs Dlbi
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morning at 10:15 on "Racial Tol. terhood will follow promptly at
erance". In addition to the ser- to2 ptten. Al ebr r re
mon there will be hymns, pr y- *o n

uisolo andiSyanquesti11 p esene Mrs. Nathan Adelman accom-
Leonard Tobin who will deliver panied her husband last week on a
the sermonette on "Duty." trip to Ft. Myers, where there
spent several days.


cil of Jewish Women at the Coral
Gables Country club last Sunday
was attended by more than two
hundred residents and visitors.
Mrs. Jack Simon chairman of
the arrangements committee was
assisted by Mrs. J. Levin and the
Misses Irene and Sylvia Farr. Nat
Williams was master of ceremon-
ies and Leonard (Bunnie) Beldner
was assistant as ereo of crme

cellsen eprong amn uf eter an en
lowing.
Leonard Tobin and Rose Chin-
talin in an adagio dance, Rose
Chintalin in an acrobatic dance,
IIrene Farr in a number of vocal
Solos, Nat Williams in song selee-
tions, Dan Taradash in "auf wied-
ersehen M~r. and Mrs. Irving
Greenfield in an exhibition collegi-
ae fox tnot, a hAiltiSontag and


Mrs. S. M. Abramson and
daughter Mrs. Ben Werner left
Tuesday for a vacation trip by
auto to WTashington, D. C., where
they will visit relatives and
friends. They are expected to re-
turn to the city sometime in Au-
g. .

reThe wedding ro Ms Cei P ,
Ne ark, N. J. will be held at
Beth David Congregation, Miami,
instead of at Temple Israel as
errcntously reported in our last
issue. Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
will officiate.
*
Mr. Louis Levitt prominent
grocer of this city who is now
spending sometime in Europe vis-
itmng relatives and friends will re-
turn to the city sometime in Sep-
tember according to advices re-
ceived from him this week.
**
Mrs. M. Harkins will leave this
week to join her husband in At-
lanta, Ga. They are expected to
return to Miami in the early fall.

Ch. roand Mrs. MikelFi~sher ~
Balance of the summer at Miami
SBeach where they have been for
several weeks.

Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz,
son and daughter and Mrs. Harry
jOliphant and son, Elmer return-
ed to the city after spending sev-
eral weeks visiting relatives and
friends in Charlotte, N. C
*
Mrs. X. Pritzker returned to
the city recently after several
months tour of the North where
she visited relatives and friends
in New York and other points.

Congratulations are being re-
ceived by Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
Kianner upon the birth of a baby
boy at the Victoria Hospital last
week. Mother and baby are rest-
ing nicely.
1* **
Mrs. B. K~andel returned to the
city this week after an extensive
auto trip visiting friends and rel-
stives in Washington and Balti-
more. She is now making her
home at 828 N. W. Third St.
where she will be happy to re-
ceive her friends.


Arnold Rialin entertained at his
home Sunday night with a Span-
ish fiesta. He received his guests
in a toreador's cosftame and his
guests were also in Spanish cos-
tume. Dancing was in the patio.
The guess included Miss Kay


The first of a series'of m~ember-
ship affairs to be given by the
Junior Hadassah will be held
aboard the Pirate Ship "Neptune"
docked at Miami River and 27th
Ave., Monday evening, August 1.
Those attending must come in pi-
rate or sailor costume. Admission
will be only fifty cents and if one
becomes a member it will be ap-
piditowardswihle nup o dus En-

u elatr sp~erformers,beasemid-nig t
charge of arrangements is Miss
Bede Goldenblank, general chair-
man who is being assisted by Mrs.
Jennie Rotfort and Mrs. Veeda
Cromer. Reservations may be
made by calling Miss Goldenblank
2-0921, Mrs. Rotfort 2-1758r or
Miss Lena Weinkle 2-7185. The
public is urged to attend.

The regular m eting of the He-
brew Athletic club was held at
Temple Israel last Monday night
and much was accomplished. The
final selections and pliaiing for
the H. A. C. handball tournament
were completed and a full list of
the teams will appear later.
le uhwe Madi theachAVolleybal
ing down third place after a dis-
astrous week of kplas. 1They5 ls

and to Alonzo's Mosquitoes 15-10;
15-11; 13-15. This week will fin-
ish the first half of the leagues
standings and the H. A. C. are
determined to climb as high as

poss eS nda et Flamingo Park
The Owls captained by Hirsch
will meet the Buzzards under
Reisman. These games are well
attended anld there is a crowd of i
about thirty odd players who are
present seeking a game. It is an j
afternoon well spent. The game
will start promptly at 1:30 p. m.
M~any merchants are among the
contributors of prizes for the
Handball tournament.
Following are the Rules com.
mittee pairings that have been
filed on record as eligible to play
in the tolirn mnt

Mr. G~oldstein -J. Hirsch; S.
Blank-J. Miller; A. Berkowitz -J.
Lopez. ClsI

R. Grossman-S. Hyman; N. Ka-
mins-S. Serkins; M. Levine H.
Golden; A. B. Reisman-M. Wtiner; I
I. Hirsch--S. Silverman; S. Sil-
ver-B. Katz; M~. Friedman M*
Weiss; A. .Shoenfeld-E. Meyero-
vitz; M. Gaynor-R. Gillman.
Class C
F. Rose-J. Goldsmith; A. Rich-
ter-I. Neham; E. W~einkle Lefty
Shoenfeld; A. Burnstein-N. Wroo-
ble; MI. Reisman-L. Baron; A. V.
Reisman-E. Cortwright; H. Kamin
-G. M. Davis; S. Alexander-Al
Sontag; Dr. Barney Weinkle-Geo.
Wolpert; C. Feur-H. Snowe; M.
Wucher-P. We nberg; J. Warren-
M. Shemer; A. Goldman-J. Wein-
berg, and Louis Seitlen.
The judges for these contests
will be Dr. I. SchwartZ, Alvin
Grossman and M. Grossman. All
games must be played under the
supervision of one of the above of-
ticials, and will be played on the
Washington Ave. Courts at Miami

Potentries will be received by
Dr. Schwartz.


T'he next meeting of the H. A.
C. will be held at Temple Israel
on Monday, August 1, beginning
at 7:30 p. m.

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to Baltimore on a business trip.
Hew ill be away a week.
,
Mrs. Nathan Abramson and
baby Alvin left by auto Tuesdayl
m rind nintoSp tng Ird, Mss S e
will return to the city the latter
part of September.

Mr. H. Rose and son Leonard
returned to the city after a visit
of several weeks in the North
where they visited relatives and
friends in Baltimore and Philadel-
phia. ***

With an admission of -only
thirty-five cents for the swimming
party being sponsored by the Jun-i
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HOARDIING Mr. and Mlrs. Aaron K~anner
will entertain their friends and


See the piles of awful bills,
Monthly bills.
What a world of argument their
explanation mills!
How they glare, glare, glare
In the ghastly ~gleam of light.
Figures that are wont to flare
Misshapen eyes up at me stare
And make me shudder with af-
fright.
They keep leering, leering, leer-
ing,
With a sort of fox-like peering
If I hesitate to write a check the
date the sender wills
For the bills, bills, bills, bills,
Bills, bills, hills.
Oh, the glaring and the staring
of the bills.

Big game is disappearing from
Central Africa, a traveler reports,
and hunters haven't much to do
there but play at camping. That
gives them more time to purchase
their lion skins aibd make up their
stories, 'I


Comre! Look-rean you not see
Red wings against the moon ?
Mybj heart, deserting me,
Has found its Meces soon,

It struggled in my breast
To hear the wild winds blow,
Each night it would not est.
And so I let it go.

For when the spring rains fell
Nothing could stop its call;
It writhed in pain to smell
The bonfires of the fall.

The perfume of a rose,
A pansy's velevet touch--
Oh, why it was God knows--
These hurt my heart so much.

I always meant to give
My heart to love some day,
To live as most girls live--
"Be still, heart!" I would say;

"Home hearts are happiest;
BWhy should you struggle so?
Be qut let ers!


About fifteen years ago there relatives at a reception Sunday
07I SOUTH: MIAMI AVENUE was a typhoid epidemic in a cer- evening, July 31st, beginning
6iR tain city, which baffled the health at 8 p. m. in honor of their in-
authorities. Children were strick- fant son born tro them last Friday*
J. LOUIS 8~IHbOC Editor en in widely separated neighbor- No siqeial invitations will be is-
amFlorida Phone 2-1188 hoods. The water supply was all sued ant-I al friends are cordially
neeed a scon-eas mtte Jly4,right; so was the milk and so invited*
0,at the! Post Olffle at Misank Pla.. were the general sanitary condi-
r the st of xseb 8, 1su. tions. Yet riew cases continued to ***.
was P~usa~a rrca develop. W ord was received here this
au is hlth street Finally the mystery was solved. week that Mrs. Manuel Kent of
Mrsr. Mr. Schrnbak* Repesentative A doctor discovered a domestic New York eity, who spent the
BU~acaPTIONservant who was a "carrier" of winter season here with her sis"
moth ... .. *81* yhod ers Though perfect. ter, Mrs. Chas. Tannenbaum, is
ye 7. .. ... ... SaM l well herself, she took the di. the happy mother of a baby girl
sense with her wherever she went. born to her last week. Mother and
V um5 umShe became nationally famous un- baby are doing nicely.
Fridy, Jly 2, 192 =der the name of Typhoid Mary*
Times like the present produce At the election of officers of the
a lot of male "Typhoid Marys." Young Israel Group held last
SThe germs they carry are rumors Tuesday night at the~ home of
and fears. One of them came to ;Miriam Greenwald, the followinE
see me last October when things officers were elected:
a x iawere looking very bad. Miriam Greenwald, president;
Shaking his head dolefully, he Rosalyn Daum, vice president;
suggest tha I ughtto aveElsie Reisman, secretary; Marvin
some money tucked away in sold. Ruiteauean ors
THE JE W I blew up and rained all over net meeting er t-a cub will b
GiveMana Pupos andsav li isid: "MiU oen ston held at the home of Rose Levin*

Cm from despair, is a recognised less theuUnited States is insolvent. 234ghN.W.2tS.netTedy
nd infallible elixir in the hands And if things get to a point where eig .
Sf the experienced psycho-ana- Uncle Sam is .busted, then what ***
ist as well as the moulder of good will gold be, do you think? isBarc J re fNw
Dan's dei~tinies. As applied~ to af Do you imagine for one moment York eity is visiting friends and
arce, it may be relied upon to that, in a period of general chaos, relatives m -Miami and will spend
rurn up insurmountable obstacles the mass of people would dealthbancofhesmeseon
nut in the path of those equipped tenderly with those who had help- here.
Rith a sacred trust and a holy ed to bring on the crisis by hid- *n *motn ei
m8use. Upon how holy the canae i ng gold" tu i b A wy n imporant cmeeting of he
s, depends the success of the cro-, My general attd nti asadmascmiteo-
lader. The Jew went out to con- whole situation has been as fol- ganized for the purpose of dis-
ju er igntilorncte and suert tony lows cussing and formulating plans for
ad h isstil o th jo, nt oly I pay little attention to the a City wide club, representative
;o safeguard his own peace and market quotations on good bonds, of llshaes ofd Miamin Jewy wl
happiness but to secure it for all preferred or common stocks. Eith- meet at the office of Stanley C.
if humanity. Material conquest er they are worth a lot more than Myers,Sebl bidig net
lever enticed the descendants of their current prices or they are Tuesday evening, August 2nd, be-


A fellow in New Jersey has had I tr ged, "I 11l nott No!"
the D~emocratic wet plank enigray-
ed on the head of a pin. Mlany Its pleading was a knife
wets, who have a pin, are said That tlut~atened all my peace;
to consider this a satisfactory sub- I grew so sick of strife
stitute for the usual prayer. I gave my heart released

Crushing the dut who chirps And- as it rushed from me,
"Is it hot enough for you ?" is I cried, "Oh, come back, soon!"
no mean task, but one might men- But look--can you not see
tion the recent violent snowstorms Red wings against the moonl
reported in Argentina.
I i I r
These, I gathered from remarks New Orleans thieves broke into
of a house-to-house canvasser who a sumptuous apartment and took
called last evening--these are the the occupant's pants containing 11
times that try men's soles. cents. He expects their return
I i I quickly, with the stamp "Insuffi-
"Please advise," writes a Caro- cient Funds."
lina citizen to the local editor, I I I
"if there is any law against mur- A Pittsburgh record-breaker has
during a milkman who sings at l~own a blissful 65 miles in a glid-
the top of his voice while deliver- er, secure in his knowledge of
ing milk at 5i o'clock in the morn- freedom from gas taxes and
ing." breaks in the oil feed line.
I haven't looked up the law, but !
hasten to advise that murder is at One property of a newly discov-
least inexpedient until after the ered drug is that it obliges the
man has finished his delivery. As taker to divulge his entire past.
result of such a deed, I once had Personally, we prefer amnesia in
clekrmtp ou te s froe ot:30 our after-dinner orator.

Slo tc ide nhi n mbet orbe adkeen Thet cief end of man is the one
ing a singing Imilkman.
It the One way to unsettle a question
A correspondent report s t is to argue about it.
restaurant sign out Palm Beach, r
"Eat Here. Diet Home." That People who never look forward
"diet" is one word, he explains, to the future seldom manage to
and there is no "a" before the get ahead.


acob. That is why Israel never
wasted a world conqueror. Every
people at one time or another had
ne-the Greeks had their Alexan:
ers and the Romans their Cae-
urs. Barbylonians and Persians
nd ancient Egyptians dreamed
reams of world. conquests. Mod-
m France produced a Napoleon,
ut where is the Jewish Onesar in
a whole. of 'Jeis .history? -Even
eir rlgion,thwhic G eie

~n ioned tthe establishing of Hi

'ary to the practices of other re-
Iious leaders who prescribed the


worth nothing. In either case there 1
is nothing I can do about it;.
2. If the worst were to hap.
pen I have enough egotism to be-
/lieve that I could make a living
and provide for my family under
any sort of government or any
/sort of conditions.
3. I Iceep a white horse and
ride ~him every day. It we have
a oia uset on winl find me

t rad 1n nwhit hlorhh. And~r

Some day in the not far distant
f)~ ~tn all hall have to look


uure, we s


r'rd as a means of converting l
re unbelievers. A people thus
bdowed, naturally remains num-
*ically unimportant and insigni.
:ant, but insignificant and unim.
>rtant from a material viewpoint
I1y.
Spiritually the Jew wrought ~
iracles. Think of the strength
te Jew exhibited in conquering
as enemies who, like mighty Ti-
018, swept down upon him; of
Le? spiritual power that enabled
an to survive the onslaught of
neountable hosts who were de-
Irmined to annihilate him. An-
ent prophecy and modern science
#ar witness to the immortal pow-
i of Israel to survive, and con.
sue to teach a bewildered world
~e ways of God and His universe.
jResting urpon a bedrock of Jew.
ra ho heey montainrel igna t
World, supportlag hunddr be amt edgos of

l hir a o~d w lec mod
n science and philosophy me
tided to a clearer understanding
man and the universe through
e teachinnsa of the laspired lead.
a and thinkers of the Jewlah



lr a ~o truth leeakseg


feature about losing
is that it refuses to

II !
man who boasts of
hasn't got nerve


!II I
Some one estimates that Amer-
icans lose 80 years every day
waiting at; red traffic lights. On
the other hand, a man occasion-
ally "gets" 30 days for running
through one. That evens things
up, in a way.
!
Convention spellbinders could
Aind some solace in the thought
that writing "boo!"' on a ballot
renders the same null and void*
iti
The round-the-world fliers who
came down in Russia will trF
again. That's the danger in the
game; one gets so into ~a rat*
i ii
It has been said before, and
the situation is as then: Europe
is wiling to let bartones be buy-
gones.
i i
Unfortunately the third degree
is not new: There's an old bor*
lesqule bit in which a bystander
reminds the cop whose alghtatick
Jha slipped from his hands, mOf
Seier, you dropped your brls.n"


The worst
one's temper
stay lost.

Usually a
his bravery


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to The Jewish Ploridian, and we will forward you the complete
deck of cards wRithin ten days. Or send $1.00 for set of cadrd
writhoult subscription.


enough to push a setting ben off
her nest.
!iti
Nothing else turns a man's hair
gray as quickly as trying to please
a woman who doesn't know what
she wants.
1ll
If a man has to propose more
than once before being accepted,
his wife only adds insult to In-
jury by remindlag Bhi of it in
after years.
III
One trouble with a great many
people who don't know good maa-
sic from bad is that they don't
know it.
1 1
Batter in Russia has dipped be-
low1 the $4 mark, but we fear the
millions there most stil put up
with the loeas esvari rad other
substitutesr.


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the home of Miss Esther Wobl
476 W. Flagler St., when a re-
raviews of the play "Joint Owners
in Spain" will be given tTh s
interested in the work of te or
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ling work for those out of jobis as
the plant is enlarged. Storage is
also provided in the large garage
pf the firm.

Mrs. Geo. G~oldberg entertained
Number of the juvenile friends
af her daughter, Leslie on the oc-
casion of her fourth birthday last
Wednesday afternoon. Games of
all kinds were played by the
youngsters and then iee cream,
candies, cake and punch was ser-
ved. The mothers of the young
guests were also present. Among
those attending were Hope Ellen
Tannenbaum, Donna Joyce Feld-
man, Eugene Heiman, Jerry Rau-
zin, Claire Ruth Solomon, Tommy
Ray, and Betty Rumbaugh.
*
Mrs. Clara Greif' of New York
city is visiting her sister-in-law,
Mrs. H. Mechlowitz and will re-
main here for a short time.


cb 6 cb 4 b Q cb cb & &~ d, d, d be raised will be used for the

YTC I ES cemetery that is maintained by
the organization which provides
6 4 4 6 && o 6 && && &free burial for the poor.
A series of weekly card parties
for Beth David Sisterhood will be
The picnic of the Chesed Shel given by Mrs. Isidor Cohen at her
Emes will be held Sunday, Aug. I home every Tuaday afternoon, for
14, beginning at 10 a. m. In order the benefit of its funds. The first


f o these parties was held last Tues-


(day afternoon, and an enjoyable prior to the meeting.
Afternoon was spent. *
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berkowitz
An iinIportant- meeting of the and son who spent the past four
Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami weeks touring the North where
Jewish Orthodox Congregation Ithey visited friends and relatives
will be held next Tuesday, August in Jacksonville, New York and
3, beginning atc~~ o'clock when Boston are expected to return to
important business of the organ- the city tomorrow'
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will be presented. All members weeks ago, Mr. W. M. Humphrey
are urged to attend and enjoy the lof Boston, Mass., a long time rail-
social hour which will follow the road man, determined to make
business session* Miami his home. He immediately
purchased a home at 2811 S. W.
About ten tables of bridge were 8th St., and established the Na-
in play last Wednesday night at tional Motor Clinic at 1625 S. W.
the bridge given by the Ladies 7th St. In announcing the plans
Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare for the organization, Mr. Hum-
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ments were served during the opportunities. The organization
evening and a very enjoyable time provides a unique service for its
was had by all. Prizes were won members. A car is completely
by Mesdames Norman Mirsky, serviced whenever necessary for
Sadye G. Rose, Harry Isoocs, and no extra charge other than the
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Mrs. J. Caplan, Mrs. Harry Isaacs,
Mrs. M. Scheinberg, Mrs. Michael
Arnold, Mrs. Rose Davis, Mrs. P.
Scheinberg, Mrs. Herbert Klein-
man, Mrs. Harry Weinberg and
Mrs. Esther Mendel of Atlanta,
Ga.
*
Arnold Volpe, founder and con-
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symphony orchestra for more than
fifive years, was honored by an
evening of chamber music, given
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Artists presented on the pro-
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Asher, Jane French, Robert Kist-
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Mr. Volpe appeared in two pi-
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