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Title:
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:
August 12, 1932
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Frequency:
weekly
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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 12, 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:
AA00010090:00181

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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:
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
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Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
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FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY PUBLISHED REGULARLY


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lay and Tomorrow

rank Parker Stockbridge

.....and soilless crops
y've been experimenting
"soilless" farming at the
rsity of California, and have
1,pretty conclusively it
that most crops can be
without any soil at all. All
needed is water and ferti-

at make one soil different
other is the kind and quan-
f plant food nitrogen,
oric acid and potash--that
contains. Immense crops of
Potatoes, berries, tomatoes
other vegetables are grown in
'parts of Florida where the
soil contains naturally al-
no plant food. Fertilizers-
e work.
B hardly likely that the sta-
ops, wheat, cotton, corn and
fe, will ever be grown com-
rlly bexce ti n8 solyadap~t d

atmos os tohe veg ukMl a"
,wn in wire baskets suspend-
water, in which the essential
foods in their proper pro-
as have been dissolved.

.. .. with a "double-O"
till 1929, for thirty-five
or so, any letter addressed
e. Hoover, the White Houses
pg~ton," would have been de- i
E-tbft-*- .2Tov'0~mmx
;he major-domo of the Exe-
Mansion since the days of
ent McKinley. Few people
Sof Washington rea ize tat
are two Mr. Hoovers In the
House for Ike is still on
,b, and the next tenant of


A W 0RD T 0 THE JE WIS PUBLIC


At this time the Jewish Floridian is the only publication carrying Jewish news
of this district and Florida generally. For the past several years it- has appeared
regularly each and every Friday carrying news and Items of interest to the Jewish
public found nowhere else.

In carrying out our policy of weekly publication we have adhered to the principle
that a weekly such as The Jewish Floridian owes a duty to the public at large.
Whether business be good or bad, it must, as a r~eal newspaper carry on, regardless.
Simply to carry on when business is good and to cease publication when it isn't, is
not true newspaper tradition.

For that reason we appeal to the fair mindedness of the Jewish people and that
of our non-Jewish friends to consider these facts when preparing their greetings and
advertisements for Rosh Hashono.

By Patronizing The Jewish Floridian you Insure a continued, uninterrupted
service, fair and impartial at all times.


V.-No. XXXIII.


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Price: Five Cents


Miami, Florida, Friday, August 12, 1932


Democrats to Club Tournament

Hold Dinner Here Is Continued

Democrats of Dade County un- The handball tourney of the He-
der the leadership of the Dade brew Athletic club was begun
Couny Deocrtie xecuivelast Sunday at the Washington
/C~rnty emorati ExcutielAvenue courts with about a hun-
Committee will be present in large dred' interested fans attending.
numbers at the "Happy Days" Though most of the games were
Democratic Dinner next Tuesday closely contested, the .favorites
evening, August 18, at the Coral were successful. The feature
Gables Golf and Country club. match was undoubtedly that~ of
Many of the State nominees will Weinkle--Wolpert vs Schemer-
attlenac aw~L'.Fir*"f5FmroiTHT~miia~ow because of the finesse
of the County an opportunity to and smoothness of the Weinkle
meet them at this jollification/ combination resulted in their win-
meeting. ning. Next Sunday's schedule for
Hon. Dave Sholtz, Democratic the tournament is:
nominee for Governor, will at- 12:30
tend and make the principal ad- Goldstein--Hirsch vs. Blank-
sserd Other distinguished guests M~iller.


Rose Goldsmith vs. Feuer -
Shoenfeld.
1:00
Berkowitz--Lopez vs. Koran -
Bernstemn.
Kamins Gillman vs. Friedman
-Tannenbaum.
1:80
A. Reisman Cortwright vs.
Alexiander--Sontag.
Dr. W~einkle--Wolpert vs. H.
Mack--Steinberg.
2:00
K rsac Bernstein vs. Goldsmith

eldnmben- einberg vs. J.


LBlank--Mill2*30s. Berkowitz-
Lopez.
R. Grossman--Hyman vs. Shoen-
feld-Mhayerovitz.


GrOod-Will Party

TO Be GIVeR


Synagogue and its administration work and a governor familiar with
were discussed and acted on. As forcing the necessary adjustments,
a result an administrative commit;- and one not controlled by corpor-
tee was appointed by the president ate interests, which fail to pay
and approved by the membership. their Just proportioal toward tl.1
TIhis committee will have charge support of the state.
of all plans and activities for the
Synaggue.I propose to apply the same
principles if elected as governor
Arrangements for the High Hol- hv ple bsns I
idas Ievie have appi in buinss Innd
idaysericeswil bein te hndsother words, I. will put into effect
of this committee consisting of the same elimination and reduc-
Lous Winke, reaure ofthetion in the costs of operation,
congregation; Morris Rubin, prom- which may, in governmental af-
inent merchant and pioneer rest- fairs, involve some refinancing.
dent of Miami; Harry Markowitz, Whereas my business operation
prominent merchant and commu- cssfv er g eea h
nal worker; Stanley C. Myers, rate of $1,000,000 a year, today
Sydney L. Weintraub, Leo Rosen,i they have been cut to $101,000 a
all attorneys here; Ed Friedman, year. I have distributed in pay
Leo Ackerman, Frank Solomon, 1olls, salaries and supplies in 10
and M. Bandel. Meetings of the yasi lrdmr hn$
committee will be held from time 000,000, and have paid in taxes
to time and announcement of their $8,0
activities will be carried in these .
columns."I submit this record so that the


people may be able intelligently to
dclideoswho oha te ability to do


Committee Heads

Are Appointed.

Mrs. Isidor Cohen, president of
Beth David Sisterhood, appointed
the new chairmen for the coming
year, at a; luncheon board meeting
held during the last week at the
Talmud Torah building. Mrs. B.
Kandel served as hostess.
Chairmeri include Mrs. L~ewis
Brown, monitor; Mrs. Sidney L.
Weintraub, ways and means; Mrs.
S. Schemnberg, hospitality; Mrs. M.
Engler, bazaar and dance to be
given Feb. 7, with Mrs. J. Kats
as assistant; Mrs. M. Arnold and
Mrs. S. Optner, publicity; Mrs. L.
Hayman, music; Mrs. W. Fried-
man, personnel; Mrs. C. Marko-
witz, refreshments; Mrs. R. Rosen-
dorf, sick; Mrs. H. H. Farr, tele-
phone; Mrs. M. 3Dubler, house;
Mrs. S. J. Spector, luncheon; Mrs.
M. Engler, membership; Mrs. B,
Kandel, kitchen; Mrs. L. Weinkle,
"Happy Days" fund; Mrs. H.
Gross.


White House will probably who will speak are Hon. Hortense
tim there. He manages the K. Wells, National Committee-
lent's domestic arrange- woman of Florida, Hon. C. E.
bosses the cooks, chauffeurs Davis, Supreme Court Commis-
vants generally, and his sioner, Hon. J. M. Lee, nominee
title is "steward of the for Comptroller, Hon. Linton E.
House." Collins, State Secretary, Hon. J.
body asked Ike Hoover the P. Newell, State Campaign Manl-
ay who he thought would ger, and Hon. Mark Wilcox, Con
next boss. He replied: gressional nominee from the 4th
n't know who it is gomng District.
but he will have a double Gog Chite prominent
name, the same as mine." -eort cnet wh aio

......worth fortunes Dea erat, ccronnes texd thF 1

hea ToAslirob te naC s n deille nnd c prona I ea -

th thhevnen kinds of) ance ofwnhdoDlae intyCommt 1
Ford's Brazilian rubber planned as an opening gun in
and hichhavebeenDade County's Fall campaign, and
n, ah ndwichd have been reservations have been made by
biet-making. Other rare all of the local nominees and mem-
w varieties of tropical bres ofte oar-ou rlitical club .
which may be expected to T LefrCmtol lu n
to use for making fine the Mark W~ilcox Club have made
because of their beauty 50 reservations each. The distin- -
and grain, and their hard- g~uished guest committee, under
reMuiracoatiara, Abiu the direction of Hon m. ai Gry
Massaranduba, Amar- wI. mrmider ef terta n mentfr te
nglm Pedra, Sueupira wl rvd netim t o h
Pa d'reoJuthyvisitors other than the dinner. A
tajua an Itaba. section of rooms in a downtown
ursut ofnewand arehotel has been reserved for the
reepio of the ditigise vis-
of wood fit for the use reeto ftedsigihdvs
itors, and elaborate plazas have
binemakr i on ofthebeen made for their entertainment
ersigfields of adven-
which hundreds of men wiehr.
ge.A single log which
utfor veneers may be ~quare miles of forests which have
thousands of dollars; a never been explored, and the men
dof certain ~South Amer- wrho can discover in them new
oswould be worth a com- sources of fine woods can name
fortune. their own price, almost, for their
are still millions of 8mds.


U. Of M. School

TO Be Enlarged


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The faculty of the law school
will be enlarged this year with the
addition of Dr. Sidney S. Biro,
of the University of Chicago, and j
Gerhardt S. Jersild, also of the
University of Chicago. There will
be three full-time members of the
faculty and specialists in particu-
lar lines of legal practice from the


Inaugurating the work
recently appointed Beth
Administrative Committee


of the
David
a good


will party will be held at the Beth
David Talmrud Torah next Tues-
day evening, August 16, instead
of Wednesday as originally plan-
ned, beginning at 8 o'clock. The
members of the committee will act
as hosts and will be ~assisted by
Mesdames Lewis Brown and H. H.
Farr. Cards will be played dur.
ing the evening and refreshments
will be served. The public is in-
vited to attend.


:Dade County Bar association will
Present classes in their fields.
The case method of instruction
is used, which permits faculty
members to conduct their courses
in~such a manner that the student
may acquire not only a knowledge
of law but also the ability to deal
with legal problems.
The law school affords students
trial practice in court work so
that they may become familiar
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Howey Challenges

Opponent's Plans

The program to which David
Sholtz is pledged as Democratic
candidate for governor of Florida
will increase instead of reducing
the burden of taxation upon the
people, William J. Howey, Repub;
lican candidate for governor, said
Wednesday at a luncheon sponsor-
ed by the W~omen's Republican
club of Dade county in the Ponce
de Leon restaurant.
Dr. Horton Held, president, pre-
sided. Hugh G. Williams, Repub-
lican candidate for sheriff, and
Otto C. Stegemann, Republican
candidate for state senator si-aso
spoke.
During the afternoon Mr. How-
ey spoke at a Republican reception
in the Halcyon Hotel and at a
meeting of the Women's City club
in the Columbus Hotel.
"Two-party government in Mis-
souri cost the people $15,000,000,
with a p"p"l" il'vo 2 @00,00@,

"e ,ooone-prt ru d was costing
"Two-party government is a pay-
ing proposition for the taxpayers.
"The cost of government can be
brought down in Florida to about
the same figure as that for Mis-
souri, but it will take time, hard


Reorganization

Is Begun

At a special meeting of the
Beth David Congregation held at
the Talmud Torah hall last Sun-
day eygning, plans for the reor-
ganization of the work of the




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Rabbi S. Mf. Machtei, founder
and director of the Radio Synagog~
will preach at 10:00 a. m. op Sun-
day, over WIOD, on "Religion in
Business." In addition to the


of Greta Garbo" will be presented statement of Rabbl
,by a cast from thre Dramatic feld assistant Rabbi
SLeague of Miami, including Bea- reject of Temple
ttrice Solen, Rurth Davis, Natalie Wednesday night tl
, Pallott, and Eleanor Mint. Clever and will shortly b
interpretations of some of the fa- training fot: the Higl
rlmous movie stars occur during the vices. Traditional me
course of the play which was writ- introduced this yea
.ten by M1iss Solen. Several musi-thbetyftes
,cal selections, both vocal and in- **
strumental, will be presented drur Rabbi -Jonah E. C
ing the evening as part of the so- ami~ Jewish Orthodo
cial program to which all Jewish tion will return to M
organizations of this district are week of September
invited. Refreshments will be serv- marriage in Montreal
Ied during the evening. he is spending his v
o lsAl Mack underwent a tonsilect- The regular weekl:
om atweek at the Victoria of Beth David Sisterh
Hospital and is now convalescing at the home of Mrs.
at his home. Iits president, last Tu~
rizes were awarded
Mr. Louis Zonn returned to the scores and refreshmel
c~ty after an absence of four ved.


A., 8.
and social 4
Israel let
he choir met
inintensio
h Holiday ser.
!lodies will b
r to enhac
services.

plan of abi
'x Congrega
:iami the firg
following hir
I, Can., when
vacation.

y card party
lood was held
Isidor Cohen,
resday night.
)d for high
nts were ser-


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Mrs. L. Hein and son, David celebration of the third birthday sermon there will be prayers, mu-
Hein, Miss Ah~ne Cohen, Miss Ade- anniversary of their daughter, sic, and a question box. The
line Cohen' and Mrs. Rudolph Leont Charlotte Ruth. The home and Junior Radio Synagog will pre-
have arrived from Atlanta and table were beautifully decorated sent Leonard Tobin in the ser.
will spend several weeks at Miami i n a green color arrangement monette on "I believe. "
Beach. with flowers, potted palms, ribbon
e streamers and toy balloons all
After a ek of pa the combining to make the rooms at- and those taking part in the pro-
Mim BerBa Volloy all Lan e, tractive for the Juvenile guests. gram were Norman Fregger in a
wa tid thacHf. A. C.holdingedow Games were played and each guest pianologue, Millie Dreisen in a
second place by virtue of a winl was presented with a gift. Re. song accompanied by Irene Farr,
and loss. At the end of the first freshments of ice cream, candy, N\at W-illiams in songs accompan-
half play they ended up in third cake and punch was serv-ed dur- ied by N~orman Fregger, and the
place. The second half sreding the day-. Among the guests Farr sisters accompanied by Irene
last week-. The Hebrew boys lost peetwr:Fr nseea og.Wnes
Tuesday to the league leaders, Selma Goldstein, Mitchell G~old- o h ac ots eeA o-
15-13. 13-15, 14-1-6. They then man, Harriet Goldman, Bertiard tag and Toots Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
turned the tables in the second Schankman, Gerald Schankman j Irving Greenfield, and Nat K~uper
game during the latter part of the Gene Hyman, Albert Kohn. Mary an agrt 'ie.
week and won 12-15, 15-11. 15-13. Ensley, Mlurray- Shelley, Esther ***
As noted all the games were Lee Silverman, Esther Argintar,j As" w go to press a large num-
bitterly contested. Then on the Eli Argentar, Betty KirsIchen- ber of' guests are being entertain-
past Wiednesday. about twenty of baum, Dorothy Goldstein, Mary ed at a benefit card party at the
the club had an inter-club game Sonn, Mloyer Greenberg, Betty home of Mlrs. Maxr Kuperstein
at the Flaming~o court. A great Heck, Berrkley Heck. Donnie Reis- with Mrs. Kunpferstein and Mrs.
deal of fun, was had by those man, Charles Bay, Leonard Kialr,Dae ahoflibtN.Jas
attended. Rean- Kialer, Ruth Atkins, and the hostesses. The proceeds will
AIppllcations are being accepted Charlotte fluth Blumberg. b~e used for the Talmud Torah sup-
for a tennis tournament to be i porTted by the Ladies Auxiliary of
sponsored by this club in the fu- Th mtc egeo i- the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
ture. Mlore information regarding miilprsn it frtplygregation, of which Mrs. Kahn
thij tournament will be had by- .110nday evening, August 15, at Was an active founder prior to her
m~embers of the Hf. A. C. iTemple Israel when Beatrice leaving Miami to make her home
th p t the harulbal matches on Sln1 in the North. *
Goodies loj= to the Blumbergsl ul a t pr f "G "a'' The Misses Ruth and Selma
Bloomers in a diamond ball game And rpadthRei iae wiol be plae MMerson .left by Clyde Line last
at the park. Gillman opposed by the Mlisses Eleanor Mlink andi week to spend their vacation visit-
S-chwartz on the mound and limit- Ruth Davis, and the maid by Na- ing friends and relatives in New
ed the G~oldies to tive hits. A-lex talie Pallott. Mlurray Grossman York. Washington and Baltimore.l
Goldste~in o. :he Bloomers was the w 11 direct and coach the play and *1
star if the day getting three hits, Sliss Esther Wroobel is the stage A meeting of the plans commit-
;ne of' which went fo~r a homer. manager. The play will be re-i tee for the formation of a City- j
This Sunday afternoon at 3:00 3. petdo ody uut2 ,bewide Jewish social and civic club
m;. the Bumps will meet the Dents. f~r h nrhr fteHhe


weeks spent visiting relatives and i
friends in New York and Provi-
dence.
*'**
Mlrs. Sydney I. PII~~~~~IIII~~~~almer who was
a patient at the Victoria Hospitall
last week is now convalescing at
her home on S. WC. First St.
*r *


Registration of
Hebrew School of
will begin shortly


pupils for t
Temple Isrr
according to


All members are urged to be pres- I athletic club and their guests.
en:.***
Mir. and Mlrs. A. I. Mdagid re-
Mr.~ and M~rs. Harry- Rose en- turned to the city after an ab-
tertained a number of friends re- sence of several months spent
cently at a birthday party in cele- visiting relatives and friends in
bration of the 14th birthday or the North. Mlrs. M~agid is treas-
thei sonLeonrd. ameswereure of the Ladies Auxiliary of the
enjoyed andl a number of popular Jliami Jewfish Orthodox Congre-
artists were heard in musical ren- Igation.
editions. **
Waltr Grssmn on ofMiam s Ir. M~oe Harris of Charlotte,
noted musicians and Leonard aN rie hr una o


the office of Stanley C. Igyers
and after considerable discussion,
tentative plans will be discussed
at a meeting of the committee to
be held shortly. The meeting of
the public at large which was to
have acted upon this committee
report scheduled for last Tuesday
evening was indefinitely post-
poned.
+**
The meeting of Junior Hadas-
sah~ which was postponed from
last week will be held next Mionday
evening, August 15, beginning at
8 p. m., when a play "LThe Loves


teacher in cello presented Le2onard
w~ith a cello bow. At~ a late hour
a bullet supper wsas served. Leon-
ard has won. a number of prizes
for his exellency~ in cello artistry
;ndr isnn pr ring fr a se a
nounced in these columns.


pend several days here prior to
taking his family home with him.
They are the guests of 3ft. and
Sirs. Barney K~raft of this city.


nu bear oef i o fcer and ativ:
members from the city the picnic
of the Chesed Shel Emes sche-
nitdfo ynp Sunday nhas en
held at a later date w-hich will be
announced in these columns.
.*


returnedrie

D. C., where
and friends.


theM yi4 re ne It e
trip to W~ashington,
sh~e visited relatives


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DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY ADHErEDr To


Marx Feinberg. a summer stu- Arriving today to spend several
dent at the University of Florida weeks with his son and daughter-
l returned to Miami this week aft-
in-law Mr and Mrs Milton Wein-


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tr completing the summer course er is the noted Cantor "Hirshele"
t ere. Weiner of the Garden St. Syna.
gogue of Hartford, Conn. Accom-
Abtout twenty-five members of pnighmaeHnyWie
the ebrw Ahleic lubattnd-Leonard WCeiner and Irving Wiein-

Tem em irae last Mt ndayl igt irthe latterntw stuldeats at Yale
p~~o wel ti.Aoe and no entering Harvard
for pairings for the second roundl Sam Singer of Dorchester, M~ass.
of the handball tournament was is with them.
made. The first annual smoker o
the organization will be held at ***
Temple Israel Wednesday, Ang- The second of a series of sum-
ust 24th. Plans call for the stag- me acsgren hby the Junior
ing ~ ~ ~ ~ Cnni of a ubro oigbaaewish Women was
tion of a number of novelty danc odtina hi-

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Friday, August 12, 1932


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Palestine of TodayP~"!"~"."v""" ae
I by enthusiasm. -But its future
(Reprint from The New Jadaea, must be judged on the basis of
~London.) cold facts. One cannot under-
stand the miracle that has been
Palestine is no longer merely a wrought in Palestine by the Jews
land with a past. Its future has unless one takes into account the
become an important factor in the unreasoning idealism,` the sweep-
consideration of many present ing emotional force that brought
problems. The growth of the 100,000 Jews into the country
country within recent years has within a decade. They were not
been so steady and so consistent attracted by smoke-belching. fac-
that predictions as to further de. stories which ground out wealth;
velopment d~eed not be speculative. they were not drawn by vast
It is common knowledge that acres of profitable grain. They
the Jewish people harve salvaged came seeking peace of mind, self-
Palestine from the arid wilderness respect. They found both, even
of backward countries and given though many died clearing up the
it a place in the modern economic, dreaded malarial swamps, though
in dustrial and social advance of others were broken by the unac-
the world. Encouraged by moral customer toil in afforestating bar-
approval, fortified by international ren hills, clearing rocky acres,
treaties as represented in the ploughing soil that had lain bar..
Palestine Mandate awarded to ren for centuries.
Great Britain under the auspices But not even the most over-
of the League of Nations, the Jew. whelming sentiment could prevail
ish people have made their dream against impossibility. What makes
of a restored Jewish National the effort of Jews in Palestine so
Home the instrument for giving worth-while is that this is only
back to the world a land that once the beginning. Palestine has re-
bulked large on the material as sources, prospects, realizable pos-
well as spiritual horizon. sibilities.
The effort to rebuild Palestine It is often asked: What do the
dates back 50 years. But the tem- Jews aim at in Palestine ? Esisen-
po of energetic activity was not tially, they wish for the opportun-
stimulated until 1917, when the ity to lead a free life, so that
Balfour Declaration, preceded by they may develop their civiliza-
the declarations of France, the tion mn their own manner, at their
United States, Italy and other nnl- own pace." Jewish history, Jew-
tions, was issued by Great Bri- ish tradition, Jewish ethics, must
tamn. The actual reconstruction be energized, revitahized. Palestine
work was not begun until some can produce this moral force. To
10 years ago. Much has been writ- that extent the future of the Jew-
ten about the rebuilding of the ish people as a whole is bound up
Jewish National Home. Perhaps with the future of Palestine.
less has been said about the actual( IfIW r
achievements, in terms of econo-IfIHe -_
mic growth, industrial expansion I eeaprto h u-
and agricultural improvement.
The world, perturbed by conflict- mer, I would be the shadows on
ing reports from the Holy Land. the grass.


Little Johnnie wanted to give
his kittens away before his Dad
drowned them all. So he toddled
over and knocked on the door of
a busy neighbor woman.
Johnnie--"Dood Mornin', Ma'am.
D'ye wants tute li'1 titten? "
Woman--(Impatiently) "What's
that ? "
Johanie--(Londer) "D'ye want
tute li'1 titten?"
Woman--(Irri~tably), "What ? n
Johnnie (D~esperately.) "DO
YOU WANTA D)OD DAM TATr?"

Teacher: "When I was your age
I could name all the presidents
off by heart." .
Tommy: "!Yeah, but there was
only about ten to remember then."

STenderfoot: "How can I drive a
nail without hitting my finger ?"
First Class: Hold the hammer
with both hands."

Albie Booth, Yale foot ball star,
has entered the movies. While
there, will he kindly make a search
for Red Grange, Illinois foot ball
star, who once entered the mov-
ies ?

Sandy is reported to have left a
tip under his plate yesterday; he
had to--the manager saw him just
as he was picking it up.

Cora is so dumb she thinks
elo nm n rihtsthoeny do to con-

Then there's the reckless motor-
ist who got a ticket so often that .
he went to the city hall and asked
for a Beason pass.
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Famous Letter Endings: Yours
till they roll up the rugs for the
St. Vi~tus dance. Yours till the
sheriff puts starch in his hand-
enffs.

Much of the current counterfeit
money, says a New York Federal
agent, is the crudest he has ever
seen. The boys aren't even cut-
ting up a good grade of wall-pa-
per. .
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Simile: Mixed as the emotions
of a Chicago school teacher, ask-
ing her class, "If a man earns


that were prowling around his
place. Just a typical situation--
a man having to keep four or
more wolves from the door.
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South American countries, though
bankrupt, are said to be plunging
into war for lack of amusement.
We can warn them at the outset
that a three-day chautauqua is
cheaper.
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Conditions in the New Orleans
taxi game, as related by a driver
there: "The depression wouldn't
be so bad if it just hadn't come
in hard times."

A southern schoolboy's eyes are
so constructed that he sees up-
side down and backward. Here's
a future citizen who can study
stock quotations without a qualm.
S! I
Laymen who know how to run
a hotel, a newspaper or a govern-
ment sometimes have to send a
simple thing such as a fountain
pen away to the factory for ser-
vice

First Roomm~t~ Where's Iny
golf socks ?
Second Roommate--Wh~ golf

soF st Roommate--The ones with
18 holes.

New England is almost incredi-
bly prosperous in comparison with
1es fortunate sections. The town
of Orleans, Vermon put up t
poor-house for sale, and some man
there was rich enough to buy a
poor-house.

The best way to kill a falsehood
is to let it lie.

Never show dislike unless there
is a point to be gained.

Chronic complaining makes
tough luck all the tougher.
!!
The things that make a woman
happy often look foolish to a man,

"Is the lake so big ?" said Bar-
bara.
Small arms outstretched sought
to appraise


AN AWAKENING
seems that at last even
lagcJewish Miami is be.
ning to realize that simply sit-
Sidly by and waiting for -mir-
asto happen is just, well to
the least, "passe". Coming
this time when we have just
ried the loss of the Temple
Jerusalem, and with "Shabbos
chu" tomorrow, it betokens,
Shop) a real awakening of
mi Jewry towards their real
to themselves and posterity,
Teniple Israel under the direc-
,n of its spiritual leader, Rabbi
plan has begun activities with
vim betokening real purpose of
hievement. By the estab~Jsh.
ras-f a Hebrew school itr-w;ill


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demands to know what prospects
for success the Jews face. It pon-
ders the problem of relationship
between Jews and Arabs, wonder-


If I. were a girl, I would wear
my hair in a cute little curl at
the back of my neck and let it
roll up over my` hat-brim.

If I were a girl-driver, I would
drive with bare arms and light
dresses in hot weather.

If I were an automobile manu-
facturer, I would design a car that
'had only one gear shift-and then
I would never shift it -save that
much noise.

If I were the man who origi-
nE~tes the phone numbers, I would
not pick them out of the grab-
bag-speci lly te one lththat is t l


Le a need that has long been ap-
xent within its ranks and thus
I1 help solve a problem that is
ngmet in this manner thronglr-
the country.
lehDavid congregation, the
et Synagogue in this section
the country, after sleeping on
job and waiting for miracles
happen ~suddenly realizes its
ht and with determination a
dof young men come to the
t" at a crucial moment. Though
y of' them are unacquainted
Synagogal work, we feel
ta determination to no the
t thing unhampered by fetish-
personal ambition and desires
the realization that the will
hepeople rather than the in-
dal mue re ad or thi
cities. Much can be accom-
hdife 1unttout puroe hon

Jewish religious welfare is
comm tteea'n only -ur oe. In-

Bead oie ane gadually

eegot t thert yon~
age, has shown by its strict

re d res ect within it e~so

kand dhatof i ldes og n
'n f the purpoI eT of Tl

11in numbers it probably
daout today as the only re-
us organization with content- i
tn thalca ihi cit poo
and worry to contend with,
one rlsdgfr t e'onn r
toimplortant, its Talmuld Torah.
Only all other lawithr orsa l
Hoswould become imbued with
same spirit of awakninkg, Mi-
Iwould soon begin to rea~ae
Seven in theserr hal tme a


ing whether an Arab majority will
be reconciled to an enterprising,
persevering Jewish minority. It
compares the Biblical vision of a
"land flowing with milk and
honey" with the less optimistic
reports of hasty contemporary ob-
servers. It considers the glowing
ahd eloquent prophecies of Zion-
ist leader that ot of Zo a

again come the spiritual enrich-
ment which the ancient Hebrews


$3.50 a day and works 5%g days, The waters' blue titanic bounds,
how much does he receive ?" But in the candor of her gaze,
i WCas found no gauge for measure-

--Ai un hav enile f nonr C 6e Shne cnuld not bound a lake with


eyes


Be teh pa lhedacitou siecids.

And we-how can we see the light
That ainate byou d our ken,

Tolialli ohlittle w ys of men?
To magnitude not now i Ioved,

Noern ain bras eve rs ved.

"We don't want any imported
tumn shooting urp the pep e of
chief of that city, where right now
local gunmen a e met working
more tan haftetm.

A chemist tells as the Airst alco-
holie drinks ever distilled were
Arabian. It was several yearse
later, we hear, before in nti-
oasis league was organized.

When a young man propoean
and the girl tels hln that he may
hope, he mary as w b eglauv
lag for the turnitue.


IfIee a loaf
would be home-made,
salt-rising, for toast.


of bread, I
and maybe


If I were the pot of gold at the
foo of tohe rainbow I shoud thn


If I were a new dress, I should
be thin and white and fluttery.

sh ullwere a fl wel garden, I

niueor 'w hdn in ungnon\ -

If I were a factory, I would
run all day every day (except Sun-
day), and rest at night.

If I were a porch box, I would
want nastar~tims seraggliing down

If I were where I wpould be, I
world be "where' the mountain
looks on Murathon, and Marathon
!poks on the ses."-anm American
Marrathon.


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Miss Jackobs is visiting Miss
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Ocean Blvd., Palm Beach.
*
Dr. and Mrs. Carl N.u' Herman
are enjoying a pleasant vacation
in Chicago where they are visit-
ing Mrs. Herman's parents.
*
The Palm Beach Junior Hebrew
association was organized last
Sunday night, at the home of Miss
Belle Goldberg. Harry Goodmark
.was elected temporary chairman;
Miss Selma Karfunkle, temporary
secretary and Jerry Alexander,
sergyeant-at-rams. Following a
discussion of the constitution,
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Mrs. A. Mell and son left to
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Thoms S. Clarke formerly with
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Cb WESTI PALM BEACH

Sunday night, August 7, 1932,
Wax's New York Restaurant ca-
tered a dinner and card party to
a large number of guests in the
dining room of the Monterey
Hotel.
After a delightful full course
chicken dinner, tables were set up
for auction and contract bridge.
Mrs. Ann Blicher won the prize
for contract and Mrs. Rose Schut-
zer was awarded the prize for the
auction table.
Among those enjoying the din-
ner and card party were: Mr. T.
Simon, Mr. A. Hershkorn, Mr. and
Mrs. H. Kahn, Mr. Dave Katz,
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Ward, Mr. and
Mrs. H. Gold, Mr. Jerry Alexan-
der, Mr. Lou Halpern, Mr. and
Mrs. Phil Blicher, Mr. and Mrs.
H. Blicher, Dr. Barney Blicher,
Mr. and Mrs. T. Smith, Mr. and
MrI1s. Dave Feldman, Mr. and Mrs.
P. M~ay, Mr. and Mrs. Sneider,
Mlr. and Mrs. Joe Lesser, Mr. and
M~rs. Louis Vangilder, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry A. Lee, Mir. and Mrs.
H. Leibovit, Mr. and Mrs. ML.
Pastroff, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Scher,
Mr. and Mrs. Al Gasper, Mr. and
Ms.r Martibn Dub in,aMr.Mand Mr .
Barash, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Myers,
Mr. O. P. Gruner, Mr. and Mrs.
L. Schutzer, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Schutzer, Mr. and ~Mrs. H. Green-
blatt, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gold-
stein, Miss Peggy Joyce, Miss s
Rosalind Jacobs, Mliss Rosebelle
Scher, Mr. and Mrs. A. Schain,
Mr. Dave Goldsmith, Mr. M. Ray-
der, Mrs. Ben Ryder, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry D~ietz, Mr. Harry Halpern,
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SOCIETYA regular meeting of Congre-
cb cb & &~c rt b ch 3 cb & cb cb & & gation Beth El was held Wednes-
day night, August 10. Important
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420 Jessamine St., at 7:30 p. m.
Attending were Jerry Alexander,
Harry Goodmark, Sylvia Dunn,
Ann Dunn, Harry Bergman, Sara
SWeiner, George Greenberg, Sylvia
berg and Selma Karfunkle.
*
The friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Ginsberg of Okeechobee
will learn with regret of the death
of their infant daughter last Sat-
urday evening.
Interment was at Woodlawn Cem-
eter~y. Many prominent Jews of
th.s city attended. Funeral ar-
roanr nemnts welre in charge of Sam


ing.
**
Mrs. M. Schrebnick, Mr. Jo
Schrebnick and the Misses Esther
and Fannie Schrebnick motored
to Miami Wednesday, combining
business and pleasure.
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Mr. and Mrs. Sam A. Goldstein
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accompanied by their father, Mr.
1Ym. Clein of Miami motored to
Atlanta. Their son Burton and
sister M~ildred Clein who are visit-
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C., will return with them.
*
1\rs. Harry Halpern and mother
Mrs. Esther Halpern returned
from a visit to N. Y., Providence,
Philadelphia, and Atlantic City.
**
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Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Feldman
and son Leonard were the week-
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