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The Jewish Floridian ( August 5, 1932 )

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
August 5, 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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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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:
August 5, 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:
AA00010090:00180

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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.-No. XXXII.


Miami, Florida, Friday, August 5, 1932


Price: Five Cents


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( and omorrow

nk Parker Stockbridge

* *. their assignment
ver the President of the
states goes, secret service
company him. .When the
's car leaves the White
pounds h lo h dzdent gad

orit. He is never more
w feet away from an
rt service man, except
inside the White House
private camp on the
River.
r.Hoover went to the
of a new spectacle in
km last week the chief of
heHouse secret service
tha staff of men, preced-
yhalf an hour and made
sh I r ofmthe building
body bbutththose on a

in the building while
et was there.
prcutions may sound
ryin a democracy, but
on does not forget that
its Presidents have died
dsof assassins. I am
Weonly man living who
nt at the assassination
rsidents. As a small
shntnI was in the
ore and Potomac rail-
nwhen President Gar-
hoand as a newspa-
BudPralo I -was at the
usic o'f the~ Pan-Amer-
sition when Major Mc-
ashot.

....jazz king losres
eof years ago the fat-
in the public eye was
emn, the famous or-
der, who weighed more
pounds. I dined with
King" the other night
me -I had seen him for
arand w4s amazed
weighing less than

st as much as I ever
d, "but I divide up my
trety. On the day
starches, for example,
meat or fruit. One
at only fruit, another
net. It's the mixing of
offood in the stomach
which makes-fat. '
won't work for every-
ediet system that the
s. hiteman worked
de Paul adopt before
aryhim, by the way
has had a great effect


..at Washington
the enormous project
gand beautifying that
shington which lies be-
Capitol and the Wash-
methas so far prog-
Sit is now possible for
to grasp the scope of
work. Between the two
esradiating from the
nnylvania and Mary-
seais a great triangle
rsnearly two square
the Capitol as its apex
park which extends
hieHouse to the Po-
iras its base.


e than a hundred years
anent has been develop-
riangle into parks sur-
publie buildings. Now
!omrmerce Building, with 4


J UST AFE MORE DA Y S

Radic is today developing into one of the greatest opportunities for the will-
ing boy and girl, ilnan and woman.
The Jewish Floridian, anxious for the welfare of its readers proposes to afford
a worthy boy or girl, man or woman an opportunity to make good in Radio.
If you are interested in receiving a thorough training in the art of broadcast-
ing, diction, continuity and all of Radio's attendant requirements, enter the
JEWISH FLORIDIAN RADIO CONTEST
There are no strings of any kind attached to this offer. Merit alone will count.
A six weeks course of intensive training in Radio broadcasting with the
AMERICA-N BROADCASTING COLLEGE
under the direction of Robert Fairchild will be awarded to the winner in each of the
two classes.
Any Jewish boy or girl between the ages of twelve and eighteen, or any Jewish
man or woman between the ages of nineteen and thirty, who desire to compete for
the valuable prizes will send their names, ages, and details of their training to the
Jewish Floridian immediately.
When all entries are received a contest will be held in a public hall, full details
Sof which will appear in our next issue. At a public audition the judges will determine
the winners.

This Contest Closes Wednesday, August 10th.


Joint Club

Meeting Planned
Next Tuesday evening, August


Emunah Chapter



A get-to-gether meeting of the
Loyalty Club of Emunah Chapter
O. E. S. with Mrs. Bertha Men-
delson, Worthy Matron as the hos-
tess was held at her home last
Wednesday m-nght with a large
nmpe al u e members n esw
M s. Ella..Kah bapatset as oi te In

a resident of Elizabeth, N. J. A
very enjoyable evening was spent
and cards were played. High
score and prize winners were:
Lyda Griffith, Annette Fine,
Clara Fine, Bertha Halpern, Joel
Kuperberg, Lena Simon, Ella Kai-
ser, Laura Wallis, Janette Fried-
man and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Fried-
man,


9, the joint meeting of the locally Because of the important work ~u uyr
B'nai Brith Lodge, and the Young~ to be undertaken by Rabbi Dr. H. Goldma 3:3 P. We nberg
Men's club of Miami will be held Jacob Hi. Kaplan of Temple Israel ma enbr in h r g,
at the Library building, corner( this coming season, the Board of vs.D B.einkber -- Wu her., v
of S. W. 16th Ave., and 5th St., Directors have appointed Rabbi SNOWE e She pe ,vs
beginning at 8 p. m* A. S. Kleinfeld as assistant Rabbi 4:00emerm.
.This meeting to which all Jew- and social director of the Temple. Winner of Gol stei vs. Berko-
ish residents of the Greater .Mi- Itabbi Kleinfeld who is a musician witz match vs. Blank Miller.
ami dlistrict have bee~n invited will of note ,and has been in the Rab- There will be no scheduled dia-
hear plans which have been drawn binate for a long number of years mn algm hswe eas
by the committee .of. Fifteen rep- will supervise the social activities oftetunmen bl a th we but in th
resenting the two sponsoring or- of the Temple under the direction event, the first round is over
ganizations and the public at of Rabbi Kaplan. He is now di-ealenuhtenhremyb
lr.These plans will include recting the orglanization of a large):~~~h ahe ameema
a method to form an organization volunteer choir which will be heard
to be citywide, non-religious and! for the first time during the High IC us d e
non-political to which all shades Holiday services. CI re d e
of Miami Jewry may be attract-i Registration for a daily Hebrew i *nE gne rn
ed. It is intended to be social ShotobcodtebyR bi1 In E ie rm
and civic in its nature and to be Kleinfeld at the Temple will begin ......
the means of cementing the friend- shortly and will be announced in 'PoTnvrivn im rl


! offer engineering when it reopens
:in October, it was decided last
week by university officials. En-
gineering is a department of the
College of Liberal Arts. The cur-
riculum offered in the department
of engineering may be applied to-
ward mechanical engineering, civil,
chemical, sanitary, architectural,
electrical and general.
The university will operate on
the three-term plan this year,
with fall, .winter and spring terms.
Registration ~will be September 29
and 30, and October 1. Classes
will begin October 3.


Junior Hadassah



T~he swimming party given by
the Junior Hadassah at the Ro-
man Pools last Wednesday night
was attended by a large number
of the younger Jewish set of the
Greater Miami District. Water
sports and professional diving and
swimming exhibitions were pre-
sented during the evening as part
of the entertainment.
Swimming contests and diving
exhibitions resluted in prizes be-
ing won by Edna Farber, Edna
Shonfeld, Clarence Feuer, Abra-
ham Shonfeld and others. During
the eveniing refreshments were ser-~
ved. Miss Bede Goldenblank was
chairman and she was assisted by
Miss Hannah Mack and Mrs. Jen-
nie Rotfort.


Ir'shig T ip ship of local Jewry. these columns.
Mr. Stanley C. Myers president Rabbi Kleinfeld has a long and -
Now Available of the B'nai Brith Lodge and Max active service in the Rabbinate
Orovitz president of the Young and was Rabbi at a number of im-
~Men's club will preside at this portent congregations during his
For a delightful day of real en- meeting. Many of the prominent career. Recently he served as
joyment a trip on the Yaent Doro- Jewish- citizens of thre community Rabbi of Congregation Beth El at
thy is recommended. Cruising on) have agreed to be present and ex- West Palm Beach and for a short
the inland waters of the Biscayne press their views. time acted as supply Rabbi at
Bay, Capt. R. H. Denny takes one Beth David Congregation at Mi-
down to the keys where delightful Chesed Shel Emes ami. 'While in West Palm Beach
fishing is enjoyed. Bait and tackle he organized a large and success-
is provided free to the guests fl T11 r* fu erwSho.
aboard the ship and real plentiful 10 11010 YICRIC f Hbe col
fishing is enjoyed. At the present On .Sunday, August 14, the
time snapper, grouper, grunts, and Chesed Shel Emes will hold its Tisha B'Av to
other similar fish is being caught first annual picnic at the Pier
in large quantities. Those desir- South Beach for the purpose of O sre
ing lunch at a nominal price mnay raising funds to continue its B b ev d
obtain same on board the Dorothy charitable work. During the day '. ...
or may even have their fresh dinner and supper will be served The ninth day of Ab will be
caught fish cooked to order. The for the small sum of fifty cents observed with special services at
boat leaves Pier 10 Tuesday, each for adults and twenty-five Beth Jacob Synagogue, Miami
Thursday, Saturday and Sunday at cents for children under 12. In Beach, Miami Jewish Orthodox f
g:30 and returns to the city at charge of arrangements and aid-i Congregation, and the Beth David
5:30.' ing in the service will be represen- Congregartion, beginning, next
tatives of the Beth David Sister- Tuesday evening at 8 p. m. At
hood, Beth Jacob Sisterhood and the Beth David Congregation, Mr.
more floor space than any other the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Louis Weinkle will be in charge
office building in the world, is Jewish Orthodox Congregation. Tuesday night and at the services
completed, at the northwestern Mr. I. L. Mintzer president of Wednesday morning. At Beth Ja-
point of this triangle. The un- the Greater Miami Jewish Ceme- Icob Congregation Mr. Max Felt
sightlyr old private buildings front- tery Association, which is afili- w~ill be in charge because of the
ing Pennsylvania Avenue 'have ated with the Chesed Shel Emes absence of Rabbi Axelrod from
mostly been torn down to make is general chairman of the affair the city. Mr. Nathan Adelman
room for the new Department of and hee is being assisted by Mr. will be in charge of the WFCednes-
Justice, Post Office Department H. M. Drevich. Unless funds are day night and Priday morning
and Interior, Department buildings* raised for the work of the orgazi- services at the Miami Jewish' Or-
When this work is finished cen- ization it is evident, according to thodox Congregation. Tisha B'Av
tral Washington will unquestion- a statement of the officers, that is observed in commemoration of (
ably be the most beautiful city in the organization will be compell- the destruction of the Temple at
tk world. dtoupediswr.Jersusalem, as a fast day. I


P~~~~ ~~~~~


I-~i ia


Handball Games

To Start Sunday

The handball tournament of the
Hebre~w Athletic culb will start
this coming Sunday morning,
August 7, when the following
games will be played.
11:00 a. m.
Goldstein J. Hirsch, vs. Ber-
howitz Lopez.
Rose -Goldsmith, vs. Richter
- Neeham.
11:45 a. m.
R. Griossman Myman, vs. M.
Weiss G. Weiss.
E. Weinkle A. L. Shoenfeld,
vs. Burnstein -Wrooble.
1:15 p. m.
A. F. Shoenfeld Mayerovitz,
vs. Mandell Gaynor.
M. Reisman L. Baron, vs. A.
V. Reisman Cortwright.

I. Hirsch 2:0 p. Siverman, vs.
Friedman Tannenbaum.
Blumberg Davis, vs. Alexan-
der -- Sont45 m

M. Levine Golden, vs. Silver
- Kats.
L. Seitlen S. Levine, vs. C.


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*Manni~e l Sh evrldon rsalesi
ngeaiqws eda h ager for the COlo Co. of aim
Synagogue last Tuesday alght ate rks Saudy andy wl bresig
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder which time reports of the pienicenaeiotrbsneshorl
and director of the Radio Synagog Iheld last Sunday showed that a e
will preach over WIOD at 10:00 substantial sum had been raisedI
a. m. on Sunday on "Demolished, for the organization. maeadamesi All members of Congregatioa
But Not Destroyed." ,The sermon Traeger, Drevich, and Morris Rap. B hDvd rlmmeso
will deal wit ihethemeoof Tish'- a p ca itdt s oat eea n

mon there will be scripture read- the Chesed Shel Emes on August both organizations which will be
ing, prayers, and music. The Jun- 14, at the Pier, Miami Beach. held at its Talmud Torah building
ior Radio Synagog will present M)rs. Dave Kahn of Elizabeth, N. Sunday evening, August 7, begin.
Leonard Tobin in the sermonette J~ formerly of Miami attended ning at 8 p. m. The futuie of
on "Our Temple." the meeting and was extended a the Congregation and plans t
Announcement of tentative plans cordial welcome. Plans for other solving its acute financial probe.
for the services on New Year and activities will be announced short. lems will be discussed and actel
the Day Of Atonement will be ly in these columns. oresiMr. Lew Brown president will
made at the close of the servicesl e e P.
this Sunday-. Wordl wars received here that **


atS or iy Mother
bby ea e doing enti ely.
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and


13w x d da ghter,6 Mr. and th

The second of a series of sum.
mur idance n Tillofke siehn by men
at the Coral Gables Country club


Mir. and Mlrs. Aaron K~anner en-
tertained a large number of


MIrs. I. Mendelson of this city
and now of New Orleans, La.,
had been notified of the death of
her father in New York last Tues-
day. MIr. M3ax KostofF was 72
years of age and a retired merch-
ant at the time of his death.


Quite a number of guests at-
tended the picnic of the Ladies
Auxiiary: of the MIiami Jewlish Or-
thodox Congregation at Lummus
r.dl i^LC.r~r mmna Ween-


Sundy eenin, Xgus r, o 'a'Klast3utua3,Irulls friends and relatives at their home f
which the public is invited. ies, hamburgers, watermelon and qna ih n eerto f
other goodies were sold for the :"d ng i ebrto f
are nk r wasa ordi odtoh benefit of the Talmud Torah, sup- the eeearvl fabbd
statement~pote of Miss RegeGl- 1ghurganizain 1 da rated for the occasion and all eve-
stakein, chairmnss Rgitigae thd-Iqie alresmwsraie. ning delicious refreshments were
Mtisse Sylvmn.Xsia tn D rein Mille charge of arrangements and as- served to all. Prominent residents
Sis yv Dreisen, Tilliee PrdneIaSh sisting in serving at the picnic of the city called during the re-
aartz, Henrie ta werch sis om1 N an s ion and in addition toethebpi -
baum, Ida Buckstein, Sam Tan -e gytegadprn r
Stanley C. My4ers,9 well known nenbaum, and Mr. Nathan Adel- rcie ytegadaet, .
attorney ar.d popular in this see- mn hsi h scn fasr and Mirs. Louis Seiden.
tion will be master of ceremonies, ie of sumrpim whc r
Norman Fregger, a talented artist being sponsored by ~he orgammza- Miss Beatrice J. Fryer of New
will present: several pianologue4, tion. Plans will be announced York city who spent several weeks
the .11isses Irene and Sylvia Farr shortly for the third of the series visiting here left for her home
will be heard in a number of duets opins.last week.
and impersonations, Nat Williams~. **
will accompany himself on the Dr. and M1rs. Mlax Pepper who/ As we are going to press an
Ukelele for a number of songs, were visiting relatives and friends important meeting of the plans
and a surprise feature wIill be pre- in Jacksonville and Daytona Beach committee of the proposed city
sente~d during the latter part of returned to the city last Sunday wide club being sponsored by the
the evening for the entertainment evening after an absence of four local B'nai Brith Lodge and the
of the guests. weeks, Young Mfen's club is being held
Levin and M\rs. J. Wernikoff. at the office of Stanley C. Myers. i
Special meeting of the club' Mrs.. Lena Simon returned to/ Plans drafted at this meeting will i
wias held Tuesday evening at the the city this week after an ab-i be submitted to the meeting ~f
home of Mliss Reggie Goldstein,' sence of about a month spent vis- the organization which will be held I
1540 S. W5. 7th St. Special activi- i ting friends and relatives in Bal- next Tuesday 'night.
ties for the summer months are timore, Wrashingt~on and Richmond.: +*
being planned. u ehDvdSseho sposor
Mir. John Wolf formerly vice ed the second of a series of bridge j
New Officerj of the J. G. C. president of Beth David Congrega- parties at the home of its presi-
club are: President, Mliss Helen tion and active communal worker dent, Mdrs. Isidor Cohen Tuesday
Eisman; vice president, M~iss Betty of this city who removed to WCash- night for the benefit of its Tal-
Laskyv; secretary, Miiss Bernice ington, D. C. about a year ago is mud Torah. Prizes were award-i
Schw-artz; treasurer, Mliss Lillian! in Moiami now for a ten day visit. ed for high scores and refresh-
Eisman. Past officers are: Presi-~ He is visiting his daughters and ments were served.
de-nt, Mlis Bess~ie Levitt; v~ice sister-in-law and other friends! ;;
president, Mliss Lasky; secretary, her during his stay. Miss Augusta Le~vy left on the
MissChalote Dais;tresure, ** *S. S. Seminole last Tuesday after
Mli.-j Rosa {yn K~lein. The next .11rs. Sydney L. Palmer is a: anetne ii ihhrsse
m~eeuing will be August 12 with p~atient at the V`ictoria Hospital MIrs. MIax Weitz of Miami Beach.
M~iss Ethel Mlintzer, 903 Jeffer- where she was taken last Tuesday .
sunXve .Iam Be. ,g A meeting of the Ladies Auxili- i
JIr. and M\rs. LouiS Druckerman; Mrs. Dave Kahn prominent 11n
entertained at dinner Sunday for Talmud Torah work her s cverai
Mirs. Neal Sarasohn of Birming- ye.~ars ago accompanied by her son I
ham, Ala., w~ho is visiting her par- Arthur, arrived in Miami last
ents, )Ir. and Mlrs. MI. M-ayerovitz.: Tuesday to remain here for about H 0TEL
A number of other events will mnoth visiting friends.
honor the visitor. RAWYadLNONBU
** The first membership party of BR*WIi LIDL O~
>fr. and Mrs. Louis Heiman en- the season given by the Junior IIA beautiful, luxurious hotel, locate
tertained recently in celebration Chapter of Ifpdassah was hedld Beach, facing the ocean, Latest mo
o:f the third birthday anmiversaryl Monday night at the Pirate Ship IIsingle or en suite; all
o~f their son, Eugene! Charles. The Neptune at Miami River and 27th
hom~e and table were decorated in Ave. All arrived in Pirate orf DIETARY LAWS STRI
pink and green color scheme sailor costumes and helped make
with flowers and potted palms and the evening one of outstanding Tel., tong Beach 3400-1-2-3-4
streamers of ribbons with top bal- novelty and entertainment. Among
lons hung from the ceiling. those who entertained were Beat-I R EDU C ED
Games were played by the ju- rice Solen in an impersonation of
venile guests attending and each Zasu Pitts and Sophie Beckman
was presented with a toy sailboat. for a dance. Other entertainment
Ice cream, cake and punch was was provided by the management.
served dur-ing the day. Among Games were played and in the
the guests attending were Hope "Place the Nose on the Skele-
Ellen Tannenbaum, Alvin Samet, ton"' Miss Beatrice Solen won
Barbara Samet, Donna Joyce Feld- first prize. Miss Florence John-
man, Jerry Rausin, Claire Ruth ston won the prize for the best B.LUE EP
Solomon, Chairles Blumberg, Lesliei Pirate's costume, Miss `Bea Sil-
Goldberg and Albert K~ahn. ver for the best Sailor's costumes WURTSIBOI
and Mrs. Debs Gulkis for the most
Mrs. Sadye G. Rose, executive original costume. Th~e prizes were
secretary of the Jewish Welfare awarded after a grand march be- Most beauful Hotel, equipped rth
13urieau left last -night: for a visit fore the judges who were non.i single and en suite with or withor
of several days for New York city members of the organization.
and wil retun nextweek. during the evening delicious re- ieasm.Frtls
freshments were served. In charge S E.Cotos
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Hartz, Mr. of arrangements were Mdiss Bede
Lou Rottort, and Shirley and Gar-; Goldenblanck. Mlrs. dennie Rotfort
net Brandt left by auto last wreek .and Mrs. Veeda Cromer.


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or what, he cn make;lkl 1 Moore and by~ Beryl Mercer as his
grandmother. Richard Bennett
and Hobart Bosworth play doctor
mas tree or play here, and a Sun. roles, Alec Francis is the charm-
day observance in the Synagogue ing old priest and Mischa Auer
there. the sympathetic rabbi. Helen Jer-
It seems to us that adherence ome 19ddy and Martha Mattox
to the plain and simple fare is represent cold-hearted ch yity and
not only a good rule in dieting, Tom McGuire represents the law
but may be applied to religion as las a policeman. Lew Seiler direet-
well. Why add trimmings that ed "No. Greater Love" from an
have been found wanting and original story by Isadore Bern-
blame it on the COFFEE ? stein.


... ..................................... ...nuanonuanuun n smm


~~~.SOMETHING NOVL* ***


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Page Three


:____ _I will fascinate a kindergarten'.
'ges a os Lif John ]junyon 'explained to his

wanted his book to be read by
SOMETHING SIMPLE common people everywhere. He
Iwishoaekhatnmorelans has his wish: "Pilgrim's Prog-
I wih toaskthatno ore lan ress" will live as long as anything
for solving the economic situaj nou agug.
tion be sent to me. My quota is inourlan's stye ge tai

mental dec s on esoareetire fro lclearer and simpler as he grew
Plan Reading was reached some "Wha har m an a bdookdotht

qn ernet gntlmanwit a costs a hundred crowns ?" Voltaire
gleam mn his eye got in anyhow .xlimd "Tet oue o
th th da H ked i will never make a revolution; it
cedabo r n y: c ea mew tro is the little pocket pamphlets that
reada bok n wicha nw pop-are to be feared.,,
het sets forth a new religion. The


Bid me adieu while the night is
young,
Bid me goodby today-
That night may find me all alone,
With you far on your way.
Bid me adieu before the stars
Climb, golden, to the sky-
For then my love would be too
strong
To answer your goodby:
For come the night, like nights
we've known,
Down where the trees bend low,
My heart--my eyes--they could
not lie'
And then--and then--you'd
know!
So while the sun is hanging low,
Grass wet with even dew,
While I am strong-while I can
smile-
My love, adieu--adieu!
I I I
The name of Mr. Jouett Shouse
I find amusing in my house;
My daughter says she wears a
blouse
And sonny says he caught a
smouse.

The Democrats pride themselves
on economy in spending only three
cents to convey the news to Texas
Jack. But the Republicans have
a rare opportunity of going them
one better by sending Messrs.
Hoover and Curtis notifications by
telegrams marked "Colleet."
I I I
That peculiar condition, favora-
ble for criminal activities, is be-
coming epidemic. An outside wa-
ter tap on a house in our neigh-
borhood was turned on yesterday
by someone and left running. And
when all the boys in the block
were questioned their minds had
'go0ne blank.

Not every one is wearing the
thinnest possible kind of a suit
this summer, but that style is gra-
dually becoming pretty general.
Some men have bought suits of
the thinnest possible kind, and the
rest will have suits of the thin-
nest possible kind as soon as the
thick suits they bought three years
ago have worn a little thinner.

Wealthy citizens of Selencia, in
Mesopotamia, dodged their taxes
2,000 years ago, research shows.


before you." The irate king prom-
ptly ordered him beheaded. An-
other, with a flair for diplo y
phrased the sentiment in s
words: "May your Majesty o~ut-
live all his subjects." He was
knighted.
!i
The new king of American gyp-
sies is a college graduate, al-
though personally wie don't re-
embe~r ever being asked to sub-
scribe to, a horse to help him
through.
r '
A British inventor is striving to'
interest capital in a fire extin-
guisher of po t size. ;So that's
what we've een thumbing vain-
ly, trying to light a cigar.
I I
The old maripe, Smedley But-
ler, landed recently in Washiing-
ton and apparently has the bonus
situation well out of hand, as the
expedition is already dispersing
for home.
SI I
Strictly speaking, in a "return
bout" wouldn't Sharkey be walking
forwnard7
r I
The time seems ripe for spring-
ing a correspondence course in
the Prince of Wales' new parlor
trick of standing 'on the head,
without which hereafter one will
be nothing socially.
I I!
Rube Waddell once sent his
fielders in to the bench and fan-
ned the next three batters. Doubt-
less the idea was original with
Rube, as this was before Mussol-
ini's time.
I I
Some men go to bed too late
ever to wake up famous.
I !
A wise youth never expresses
his~ love for an heiress C. O. D.
I I
Some men make a specialty of
posing as horrible examples.
I I
Strenous pursuit of the impos-
sible begets activity minus the re-
ward.
1 I
Even if love weren't blind there
would doubtless be just as many
divorce courts doing business.
I I I


gentleman assured me -that if I I do not know wh
only all men and women could lead us to new heig
be led to think the thoughts of perity or whether,
this prophet every difficulty would wll be any one 1
fold up. There be, it will cons
While we talked I turned the' that everybody can
pages of the book, an'd after about such as "the less
a minute I assured him that I trade the more trade
hI


s ould not need t~o read it; ip order i
to know that it would have no in- I
fluence.
He was aggrieved. "You have
a closed mind," he charged.
"Not at all," I said. "I hap-
pen to know what kind of words
move the world, PH1 give you an
example: I
'The Lord is my shepherd,"
ete
'Four score and seVen1 yea~s
lago our fathers founded on this
aotnn~ et
Contrast these simple -words
biha oouples *f phrases from
"'The definitely "an~t ,, try
value of the self-protecting mech-
anism of covenant obligations ..' /
"Expanding conselousness ob-
tainable through the direct appli-
ea io of the method of cyclic
"N obody is going to overturn
the worldd" I concluded, "unless

der tandabitoevmn eo a1 lette ch 1
Second-rater e alwy osue
But the h rs iarei ways obscure.
ment of lI e, cre nto whta r
it ibe medicine theolo~t sei np


rat Plan will
:hts of pros-
indeed, there
Plan. But if
list of things
.understand,
you hamper
can expand.


STORY OF A GREAT LOVE
BETWEEN AN IRISH CHILD
AND A KINDLY OLD JEW ~

Irish and Jew team up again
to provide dramatic fare in "No
Greater Love," the Columbia pic-
ture showing Saturday at the
Tower Theatre, but the combine.
t~ion is unique.
The Irish are represented by a
little crippled girl and the Jews
by Sidney Cohen, a delicatessen
store -owner, and the partnership
takes place when Mildred's mother
dies and "Uncle Sidney" adopts
her. The adoption takes place
with the sanction of the church,
the kindly old Catholic priest be-
ing willing to entrust the child's
welfare to the Jew who would not
interfere with another's religious
beliefs any more than he would
let another interfere with his
own
Alexander Carr, of "Potash and
Perlmutter" fame, plays "Uncle
Sidney" in "No Greater Love."
The little crippled girl is played
by Betty Jane Graham. The Irish
are also represented by Dickie


Sankel w as sick, so sick that CFEZ
~could hardly drag himself to
:doctor's office. And he knew
What made him sick. The
LFEE. Until he drank that
ee, he felt tip-top. And then
.like a million devils in a
) for all fight pummeling them-
ies around in his stomach and
getting the worst of it. That's
r he felt. The doctor looked
his overcoated tongue and
led. "D~id you eat anything be-
! that coffee?" he asked.
ire", Yanketl repliett, "but it
in't them things because I felt
Until I drank that coffee. It
that damned coffee that -aone
'~'What were them things you
?" Persisted the doctor. "Oh,
Sing much," replied our Yan-
"Just some gefillte fish and i
Fin, some chopped liver, noo-
and mandlen soup, roast chick-
ja few fried potatoes, a nice
~lockshen koogel and .. "
bread, pickles, pie, some
,a schnapps on the side, and
dessert" queried the doctor
reached for his prescription
"Yes,"' admitted Yankel*
none of them things didn't
me sick doe, because it was
\I drank that coffee that the
lepain come into my atom-
nddoubled me up and *
wonder if that's the story
the Judaism of today. The
old fashioned religion of our
others that helped the people
tadthe tortures of inquisi-
and pogroms was all bad.
needed modernization. The
rswere out of date. The
dof conducting the services
d.We needed choirs, beau- I
synagogues, sisterhoods and
roods. Dances, above all
erhigbut ,. ..
yet .. and yet .. "To-
efind that everything is
to a greater conservation /
dim." A recent magazine
says, and concludes with
one who refuses to admit
atsimply fails to see what l
ngplace in American Jew-
Reform Congregations begin I
liethe significance of "licht i
e", of Friday night gather-
and "K~iddush," of the real
of Judaism, and Conserva-
nrations go back to their


And look at these wealthy citizens ( In order to size up the average
now. What has happened to them? man correctly, get his estimate of
Every one of them has lost his Ihimself and knock off 50 per cent.
property, that's what has happen- !
ed. Coming events that are calcul-


In the American advance during
the final days of the war, a sers-
eant ordered an unbleached pri-
vate to go into a dugout and clean
out any Germans that happened
to be there. The colored gentle-
man blanched a bit, swallowed his
Adam's apple, and then said husk-
ily, "'Ef you sees three or fo men
cum a running' out ob dat hole,
don't shoot de fust one!"
i ii
"Is this the speedometer ?" ask-
ed the pretty girl, tapping the
glass with her finger.
Yes, dear," he replied.
"LAnd that's the clutch?"
"That's the clutch, darling," he
said jamming on his brakes to
avoid a fast approaching taxi.
"But what on earth is thisT"
she inquired, at the same thmee
giving the accelerator a vigorous
push with her took
"This dear," he said in a soft
celestial voice, "is beoves." ~Ad
Ipicking up a harp be flew away.
I I I
There is an old story of an en-
thusiastic courtier who said to his
king: "Mary yopr qqb~Ocp al die


ated to separate people from their
coin are always heralded by an
advance agent.
r I 1.
If a man salutes a female ac-
quaintance military fashion in-
stead of lifting his hat, it's a
cinch he is bald.
rI I
"Mummy, is it lunch time yet?"
"No, darling, .not for another
hour."
"Well, then, my tummy must be
fast."
S I I
Bridegroom--"I thee endow
with all my worldly goods."
His Father---"There goes his bi-
cycle !"
I I
The curfew tolls the knell of part-
ing day,
A line of cars winds slowly o'er
the lea,
'A pedestrian plods his abseant-
minded way
And leaves the world quite an-
expectedly.
I I
Men neer know as moneP about
anything rr aswomn kow about
dlress.


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deck of cards within ten days. Or send $1.00 for set of cards
without subscription.


r wonder whether it really
the absenrvaqe of the real
on of our foreiathers (call
a coffee, if you please), Qthat
d the ilnes ?O, as4
dded trimming of doing awary
this and doiar away .w~let
D r ~sgg, IIsypppC CaP '


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***
Shirley Janice Aaron, daughter
born to Mr. and Mrs. Ben L.
Ardmore Road, at the Good Sa-
maritan hospital, Saturday, was
named at a religious ceremony
conducted by Rabbi Solomon at
Beth El synagogue, Monday. Re-
freshments were served after the
ceremony.
**
The usual Beth Israel services
were held at the Temple on Bro-




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Tamiami Trail at 15th Ave.
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Saturday Only
ALEXANDER CARR
I in
"No Greater Love"
A lovely old Jew adopts a
Gentile little girl--Both finding
Happiness Together

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"REBECCA of SUNNYBROOK
FARM"


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TIhe new mnembership commlrr~i
selected by thed f Id rs gvr
nors isd cmposM.ofI Grossma, M.

Reisman and A. Grossman. This
committee reported on the applica-
tion of nine new members to the
club. The previous committee re.
ported on the acceptance of two
new members, Mr. J. Atkins and
A. V. Reisman.
The handball tournament starts
its sway this Sunday at the W~ash-
ington Ave. Courts, Miami Beach
and there are fifty-six entrants
eligible to play. Following in
this column will be the schedule.
The next meeting of the He-
brew Athletic club will be held
at the Temple Israel on Monday
night, Au ust 8, at 7:30 p. m.

The late Julius Rosenwald was
asked about the range of sales by
his famous stores. ,
"We sell everything," he said'
"except the Ten Commandments.
We would sell them, too, if we
had not broken them."



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Mr. Sam Goldstein officiating in
the absence of the Rabbi, D~r. Carl
N. Herman.

At a meeting of the B'nai Brith
Lodge Monday night Sol Rubin
was taken into the club. Mr. Ru-
bin and Joe Kahn will be initiated
at the next meeting of the club.
S* *
A surprise party was given for
Mrs. Louis 11an Gilder by her
husband at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Hi. Leibovit on Florida Ave.
*. *
The Beth Israel Sisterhood card
party was held Wednesday night
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
A. Goldstein with Mrs. Goldstein
hostess. Following the cards,
prizes were awarded and delicious
refreshments were served.
+
Mr. J. B. Jacobs of Atlanta is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sam A.
Goldstein for a few days.


dMrs.1 Iavidh sdMosesfoand chhil-
Plains, New York to join her hus-
band, where they will make their
future home.

Mrs. Abe Kominers left for a
few days visit in Orlando, Fla.



Love doesn't laugh at the lock-
smith often enough to enable him
to pose as a professional humor-
ist.


S 0CIE YT



Featuring Mr. Louis Koran of
New York, as principal speaker,
ThTe Hebrew Athletic Club held


e
d,


WEST PALMI BEACH
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Mrs. A. J. Haimowitz of Orlando,
Fla., daughter of Rev. B. Safer of
Jacksonville, is visiting Mr. and
Mrs. M. Haimowitz of Lake Worth,
Fla. Mrs. A. J. Haimowitz is a


one of its most successful meet- sister-in-law of Mrs. M. Haimo-
ings last Monday at the Temple witz. *
Israel. The key note of Mr. ***
Kioran's talk was "the harmoniously Mrs. Harry A. Lee returned to
feeling a club like the H. A. C. her home on Valencia Road after
can establish for the Jewry of spending a delightful vacation in
Miami." Mr. Koran is well known New York and various other north-
in athletics in Upper New York ern points.
and his little talk was appreci- *
ated by all the members who were Mr. and Mrs. Aarons and son,
present. David, returned after spending a
The Board of Goverhors were month in New York. While away
completed and the list now in- Mr. Aarons purchased his stock
clude Mr. M. Grossman, A. Gross- for the Pahokee store.
man, Md. Levine, M. Goldstein, I. *
Reisman, I. Hirsch, Dr. I. Sch- Word has been received by Mr.
wartz, R. Grossman, R. Schweit- O. P. Gruner from his wife that
zer, A. V. Reisman and G. Davis.l she, daughter, Roslyn, and son,
A joint meeting with one of Stanley, also Mr. and Mrs. Leon
theothr ctie lubs in Miami Gruner, are spending a very en-
was h gesate nd it swas agreed joyable time while in New York.
hatd ae dte ain hden frfuthi Mr. L. A. Merlin of Atlanta,
wouldbe se asiGa., visited in the city this week,
metn .__r-,: p~H;~cn in route home from Miami.


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