The Jewish Floridian


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The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
August 26, 1932
Publication Date:


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


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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Source Institution:
University of Florida
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and tomorrow

tk Parker Stockbridge



Price: Five Cents

Miarni Florida, Frida
y, August 26th, 1932


.. up he goes
Piecard has been
the earth than any-

evr went and came back.
:she can go even higher
ethe stratasphere.
professor went high
eynd the layers of gas-
travel with the earth in
tions, he could stand
ceand let the earth re-
erhim, coming down
aof miles from where
up. He would have to go
sixty miles up, however,
Iten, an~d even then his
prbbywould still be in
fthe earth's attraction
1dtravel with it.
otbeyond the realm of
however, that tratvel-
hefuture, wanting to get
thrside of the world i
may just go up a, hundred
so and let the earth move
mat the rate of a hu

s o sec nd y nhde th
so ta n i o r

ONI another a~chieve-

ore Guglielmo Marconi
pntor of wireless telegra-
Inoupc~es that~ he~lye hs een
ulin developing an ult~ra-
adowave which follows
Vaueof the earth,
anunlike some other in-
,has always been careful
sulcstatements. He never
esthat he has something
ehas actually tried and
it, and he never makes
nsunless he knows they
18to come true very soon.
new discovery is of im-
abecause it means that
omunication is going to
Reliable and less' expen-
leshorter the radio waves,
interference there is from
tdother causes.
mitold me several years
Shave been friends for
arthtit would not be
ore radio reception would
etat all distances and un-
mospheric conditions. His
isoeyis a step in that
Sand probably what he

... Japan restate8
shdthe other day with
dof one of the largest
1efirms in the world. He
Something which illus-
eretythe interdepend-

nis hard up," he said,
Srayon-artificial silk-
Sinto the world market
pn's principal export,
natural silk. The dress-
of Paris, who set the fash-
the ~world, have decreed
01nmaterials will be the
Fashion this coming win-
the ladies' garment mak-
mrcacatering the mas-
n't think the ordinary
,n young woman will wear
t doesn't sound as extpen-
silk. So the American mnl-
era have developed a fab-
ch looks like wool but is
Silk. It can't be made of
and it takes" four times as
Ik to the yard as the stan-



With the approval of a charter
last week, Miami will have a new
law school, known as the Miami
College of Law. Dr. Louis D. Co-
vitt, formerly with the University
of Miami, and other prominent
institutions will head the institu-
tion. A number of Miami's pro-
minent judges and lawyers will
comprise the Board of Regents
and the staff. A pre-law course
will be offered, in addition to a
full legal course with the degree
Batchlor of Law to those having
the requisite training and general
Among those associated with its
formation now are Abe Aronovitz
and Herbert Seppler

dard fabrics now in use.
"s a res l," my friend con-
tinued, "Japan is getting larger
orders for silk than she has had
for years and hne prc e ie ro n

plans sto ok ara ith thznac -
quest of Manchuria, for which
there was not enough money
available a few months ago."
The idea that any one nation
can stand alone is as unsound as
it is dangerous.

T$E~rlVSION on its waW
One of t-he ~expe of:~ the BS
Laboratories, who is working on
the problem of television told me

urmyrJ~r ~ IMIM~nn, who spends her winters
the other day that he thought here, and who was given the
scientists and engineers are get- OUTSID)E INCOME OF choice of this or New York resi-
ting very close to the day when it $25,0003,000 REQUIRED dential property.
will be possible for anybody to see The three Normandy Beach lots,
the person one is talking with An annual income of $25,000,000 Iwhich have possibilities because of
over the telephone. It is being from sources of the city is needed the 79th Street causeway and the
done now, as a laboratory demon- to bring prosperity to Miami, adjoining county park, might have
station, and the problem is to members of the advisory council been closed out before this, Adams
reduce the cost. of the Miami Chamber of Com- said recently, but for the fact the
As for radio television, broad- merce bureau of advertising poi- writer's will gives a life interest
casting on a screen events actual- ,ted out at a meeting in the Mc- to her mother, Mrs. Mary Simon'
ly in progress, that is a long way Allister Hotel, following a discus- of 407 N. E. 47th terrace, Miami*
yet. It would be interesting if any- )sion on the need for a national in all her holdings.
body who had a proper receiving advertising campaign. At the time of Mrs. Loeb's death
Set could see the next Olympic Miami's home produced income her estate in New York consisted
games without having to travel is approximately $10,000,00 while of two residences and $10,000 i
across a continent or an ocean to more than $35,000,000 is sent out cash and securities. To these have
do so. Nobody who has even a of the city annually for necessities, been added the Normandy Beach
glimmering of what is going on it was explained, and this differ- lots and one.residence. and per-
in the research laboratories is ,ence must be made up from a sonal property here valued at $439.
willing to say that anything is sound merchandising of the city's There holdings, less several be-

impossible. important tourist business. ~ quests, go to the mother. M9UiST PAY A TUITION

Trustees of the Miami district
of Dade county told the school
board recently that a tuition on
A W 0RD T 0 THE JE WISH PUBLIC nonresident pupils attending the
schools in this district would be
forced this fall, the money to
go toward employing extra tea-
At this time the Jewish Floridian is the only publication carrying Jewish news lchers on a noncontract basis at
of this district and Florida generally. For the past several years it has appeared n $50 a month. The board voted to
regularly each and every Friday carrying news and items of interest to the Jewish I call a meeting of all school trhs-
public found nowhere else. ltees for next Wednesday to dis-
'Juss the question.
Trustees of the Miami district
In carrying out our policy of weekly publication we have adhered to the principle
are Roy A. Morrison, chairman;
that a weekly such as The Jewish Floridian owes a duty to the public at large.Mr.JhA.CmblanLos
Whether business be good or bad, it must, as a r~eal newspaper carry on, regardless. Bce.Te anandta
Simply to carry on when business is good and to cease publication when it isn't, iswihherdcdumrofea
not true newspaper tradition. hers the schools will be loaded to
capacity at the start of the year,
For that reason we appeal to the fair mindedness of the Jewish people and that I and will later have either to don-
of our non-Jew'sh friends to consider these facts when preparing their greetings and \\ble session or be c'eprived of the
advertisements for Rosh Hashono. lIinormal increase in attendance in
the district. They asked especial-
ly for the employment of inexper-
By Patronizing The Jewish Floridian you Insure a continued, uninterrupted minced teachers who have just fin-
service, fair and impartial at all times. shed their college work, when the
necessity for hiring new teachers
from th fund occurs.





The Dasde County Unemploy-
ment Relief committee, which will
administer the $400,000 special
destitution fund assigned this area
out of the $3,000,000 state and
federal road monies obtained by
Gov. Doyle E. Carlton, will hold
its organization meeting at 1 p~m.
Saturday in the city commission
C. D. Leffler, former mayor of
Miami, has been named chairman,
and Carl Meeks vice chairman,
under an announcement from the
governor's office.
Other letters to whom notifl-
cation are in transit, are Paul D.
McGarry, Coral Gables; H. C. Cos-
tello, Coconut Grove; J. R. G~ra-
gan, Hialesh; W. M. G~eronimo,
Homestead; Mrs. H. B. Edwards,
Florida City; Mrs. Avery Guyton,
Miami; Philip Lieberman, Miami
Beach; W. H. Owen, Gtoulds:
Frank Pruitt, North Miami, and
R. E. McL~onald Pulford.

pr. Meks th dyeprobably will

Leffiler's expected ab re, si nd
would come before the meeting, as
the regulations under which the
comtte is to operate have not
yet been received, nor have mem-
bers been notified when the tnzoney
will be made available.
As soon as funds are at hand,
Mr. Meeks said, it is expected the
Tommiteewh~ich has representa-
tives from every section of the
county, will formulate methods of
emergency employment of labor
on projects which will not dupli-
cate endeavors already launched.
The committee will not, so far
as Mr. Meeks knew today, be re-
quired to pass on applications for
loans requested of the Reconstrue-
tion Finance Corp.
Philip Liberman, named as the
Miami Beach representative, is
president of the Mercantile Bank
and Trust Co. and has a record of
splendid philanthropic work in
New York City as well as Pales-
tine. He has been known as a
figure in Zionist, religious and
charitable work both in this
Country and in Palestine.



We sincerely regret that ***
Jewish Floridian last week did
not reach the subscribers until
severalO days after the usual
tmde. isuroplant ha been m 4 d
an snw locate on Ws
Flagler Street. During the mov-
ing of the machinery, the Lino-

tht t e ye had tod 18 se ~
where. We realize that it meant
inconvenin t our supso ibers

If or any reason, you do not
get he paper on tiame weopn you

hee muay prevent any delay in
The Jewish Floridlian


Extension of the time for re-
c'eeming tax certificates sold on
real estate for unpaid taxes, from
two years to three or four years
will be advocated before the state

Brow, rpreentti1-e ect fo

the eMiami Belach Realty Board.
aliminat on of penalty and redu -
tion of interest to six per cent, he
?.aid. Penalties now total between
18 and 25 per cent and interest
eight per cent. Mr. Brown declared
that he is advocating these chan-
ges only as a temporary expedient
, v~liewl osghybonbnd de debt situa-
'tion which becausee ofa likely id-
creased millage presages a strike
of tax~a ersra



At a meeting of the3 ad ninistra-
tive committee of Cohgregation
Beth David, Dr. Carl Press, a re-
tired: Rabbi, formerly of New York
City, was extended the call to con-
duct the services at the Congrega-
tion during the High Holidays,
which call he accepted. Assis~ting
him in chanting the services will
he Louis HIayman, who has been
Cantor of the Congregation for
the. past several years, and Mr.
Louis Weinkle, who will chant the;
Shachris services. ,
Rabbi Dr. Press is reputed to be
an able speaker and retired from
the Rabbinate some years ago to
devote his time to research work
and the preparation of a number
of books for publication.
Further plans for the services
at Beth David will be announced
in an early issue.


Bec is all ta eain o

Irene Lob, emagazine writer and

a or inw o the tird anna r
port filed by Morton B. Adams
attorney and resident agent. '
Originally, Mrs. Loeb, a, fo ~
member of the editorial sta ~p
the New York World, owned a cot-
tage on thq bay side and a resi-
dence ~on the ocean side at the
vame Soint, but on~e~r~ -Lg "gg
claimed by her sister, Mrs. Jennie


Mr. Jessie Berk of Birmingham,
Ala. is visiting his aunt and uncle,
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Berkowitz of
this city.

The winner of the Radio Prize
in the A. Z.A. Contest will be an-
nounced at a special get-together
and entertainment at Kaplan Hall.
On the program is a play "The
Loves of Greta Garbo," written by
Bea Solen, directed by May Ka-
mins, with the Misses Eleanor
Mink, .Natalie Pallott and .Ruth
Davis in the cast. Norman Preger
will entertain with a group of pi-

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of sixty-five friends at a farewell public is invited to attta
Rabbi- -.M ahei on party tendered by them in honor M
Rabb 8.M. achelfouderof their niece, Miss Jeanne -Mi-
and director of the Radio Syna-, chaels of New York City. Bridge, Mr. and Mrs. Ben g8
goga will reachatio 10 m on pinochle and poker was enjoyed turned to the city this 4p
Sundy ovr satio WIO onby the guests during teeeig oro h ttVs
"Blasted Careers." In addition to At a late hour a buffet was served. principal cities of Plorida,
the sermon there will be music, Among those present were Mr. I **
Sprayers, and a question box. The and Mrs. Isidor Cohen, Mr. and Alfred Kahn will return
er junior radio synagog program will Mrs. William Friedman, Mr. and city tomorrow on the 8, Qa
or e oittd t alow imefortheMr;. B. Kandle, Mr. and Mrs. J. shire after a tour of Penns
ars question box. In the future the Katz,\Mr. and Mrs. 8. J. S~petor, and Ohio during which ti
y question box and the junior ser- Mr. and Mrs. S. Abenson, Mr. and was the guest of his brot~
g vices will appear on alternate Ms ar sacM.adMs sister-in-law. During 188
r- Sunday. Max Losner, Rabbi A. 8. Klein. Visited a number of A. Z. A.
oif. feld, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gold. ters.
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At a meeting of its Executive
Boari, held last Tuesday night at
the home of Miss Sylvia Dreisen,
the Junior Council of Jewish Wo-
men formulated plans for the the-
atre party being sponsored by the
organization at the Capitol Thea-
tre the week of September 11th,
when Fannie Kurst's "Madness"
will be shown. Full details will ap-
pear in an early issue of the Jew-
ish Floridian. Mrs. J. Wernikoff is
chairman of the committee in
charge and is being assisted by
Mrs. J. Levin. The next meeting
of the organization will be held
Tuesday evening, August 30th, at
the home of Miss Miriam Schein-
berg, 244 S. W. 4th St. and all
members are urged to attend.

The last of a series of summit
dances sponsored by the Junic
Council of Jewish Woman we
held at the Coral Gables Countr
Club last Sunday evening. Amon
those presenting entertaining fea
tures were Billy Buller and five c
his pupils in dance numbers, an
Miss Ann Ginsberg, assisted b
Bunny Beldner in a song number
Nat Williams was master of cere
monies. In charge of arrange
ments was a committee headed b;
Miss Irene Farr.


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f o Miami will

Dramatic League

present a one-act play Sunday
evening, September 4, at the Tem-
ple Israel, for the benefit of the
Jewish Center library which the
league plans to install in the Tem-
ple. Miss Beatrice Solin will take
the leading part, assisted by Miss
Eleanor Mink, Miss Natalie Pallat,
Miss Ruth Davis and Miss Mary
Kamines. Norman Fraeger will as-
sist with piano selections.

Phil Berkowitz, Abe Berkowitz,
Dr. Barney Weinkle, Dr. Pepper
and W. M. Scott were members of
a fishing party that spent the
week end at the Keys, where they
caught many fish.

Mrs. A. Hurwitz of Ft. Lauder-
dale is a patient at the Victoria
Hospital where she underwent a
serious operation last week by Dr.
Barney Weinkle. She is now con-

Miss Josephine Lobazin is spon-
sor for a card party at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. George Gtriffith,
720 S. W. 2nd Street for the ben-
efit of Loyalty Club of Emunah
Chapter. Prizes will be awarded
for high scores and refreshments
will be served. The public is cor-
dially invited to attend.

cerA o es f at ed t marriage
man, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Peretzman of this
city to Mr. Harry Cohen of New.
ark, N. J., are Mr. and Mrs. T.
Boruchoff of Atlanta, Ga., grand-
parents of the bride, Mr. and Mrs.
L. Peretzman and family of Tam-
pa, Fla. and Mrs. Rose Simon and
daughter L~ouise.

Miss Tillip Predinger of this
city returned after spending sev-
eral weeks in Tampa, Fla. where
she was the h ue guest dof he

L. S. Augustine.
Ra S. .Elined asoi

Peretzman of this city, to Mr.
Harry Cohen of Newark, N. J., at
Beth David Synagugue. Attending
the bride will be Mrs. Rose Lee
Schwartz, as matron of honor, and
Rose Peretzman of Tampa as maid
of honor. Jack Peretzman, a bro-
ther of the bride, will be best man
and ushers will be Louis Cohn,
Mike Kasanoff, Jack Druckerman,
Irving Cohen,' Bennie Priedman
and Milton Brill. Immediately af-
ter the ceremony the parents of
the bride will entertain st arecep-
tion in the Talmud Torah build-
ing adjoining the Synagogue,
where dancing will be enjoyed.

Joe Traeger, who visited Cuba
on a business trip where he was
the house guest of Senor Facunda
Fernandez at 'Los Llanos" plan-
tation, returned to the city this

.The Lardies Auxiliary of the Mi.
ami Jewish Orthodox C~ongresgs.
tion will begin its active work for
the coming season with a meeting
of its members and officers at the
Synagogue on T~uesday evening*
September 6th, at which time the
final arrangements for the Rabbi's
reception will be made.

Miss Jeanne Arnold, who was
the house guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Arnold of Coral Gables,
returned to her home in New York
City by Clyde Line last Tuesday

Junior Hadassah will hold an
important meeting of its member-
ship at the Ponce de Leon Hotel,
next Monday evening, August 29.
beginning at 8 p. m. All members
are urged to be on hand promptly
important matters will be dis-

Plans for the Labor Day dance

tertainment. In charge of ar-
rangements are Miss Bea Solen,
Miss flHannah Mack, Miss Esther
Hye n r Jni efrl
Fulm deands Mrslbe enn uned in
our next issue.


lieliable Del
Experienced (

Mrss Dave Kahn and son Arthurd
viositn ren s there left for her s
homein bybot lanst Turesda after"
nomeb on. Whles here shy wasthe
guest ofl honre ae aa numer f
receptions and entertainments.

Mrs. Charles Feldman of this
city left by Clyde Line last Tues-
day to spend some tune mn New
York City, where she will visit re-
latives and friends.

Mr. Leo Reisner of Cleveland'
Oh d is spnti several weeks
brother-in-law, Herbert E. Klei-
man of Cleveland.

Herber tE KloeimanM 1 f

Miss Lena Weinkle, who has
been visiting relatives and friends
in Atlanta and Savannah, will re-
turn to the city this week after
an absence of about a month.

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At a meeting of the Ladies Aux-
iliary of the Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation held last Mon-
day night, plans for a reception to
be given Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan
and his bride upon their return
to the city next month were dis-
cussed. These plans will be an-
nounced as soon as the exact date
of their arrival in Miami will be
fixed Mrs. Ida Buckstein, presi
dent of the Auxiliary will name
her committee shortly and these
will be announced in our columns.

WUB"""*O N. '-

Prank Green of
Al., ar vd here last W
to spend several weeks
Mouse guest of his aunt and
M. and rs. WilliamPr







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.tthe Post omies at M1ami. Pla.,
the act of March 8. U1879
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Stamp collectors have got to- They say it's similar to settling


inside out while leaving it intact. Iing a good crpy.

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g, Adpugut 26th, 1932

Page Three


Congratulations are being recei-
ved by Mr. and Mrs. L. Rubin,
upon the birth of a baby daughter
last week. The baby will be named
during the services next Saturday
morning at the Synagogue. Imme-
diately after the services the par-
ents will entertain at a "Kiddush"
in h0onr Of the event*

Mr. and Mrs. Jacob WNitner of
Tampa were the house guests of
their sister and brother, the Gold-
maRs Of this City.

Miss Naomi Becker, who apent
several weeks here visiting her re.
natives and friends returned to her
position in Jacksonville at the
Jewish Community Centre, where
she is one of the sftaff of the He.
brew School.

Miss Sara Hecht of Tamps was
the house guest of his sister, Mrs.
Max Davis.

Mr. Max Davis of this city is
spending a brief vacation with his
brother, Charles Davis at Ashe-
ville, N. C.

Important meetingsp of the Con"
gregation are being held for the
purpose of beginning the building
of a local Jewish Community Cen*
tre on the lot, owned by the Con-

The squirrel on the other side of
the tree never comes to the hun-
ter who waits.

The was of a yellow dog's tai
is better than the shake of a false
friend's hand.

The cook sy hat anything
rubed against the grater becomes

It's all well enough for a, man
and wife to pull together, but
they should draw the line at hair-

A benefit card party was held
at the home of Mi. and Mrs. Sol
Rubih, 339 Coconnut Row, Palm
Beach, Wedensd~yay ht at 8 p.
m. for the benefit of the Beth
Isr~ael Sisterhood. Prizes were a-
warded atech table and refresh-
ments, se d

Mr. and Mrs. Leon Glruner after
retiring hrozz a two months trip
in New York and Rochester have
moved into the Iris Apartments.
Mrs.Bree an daugtr B

ery, ret rned anthei hghme in A-
lants after spending an enjoyable
two weeks stay with Mr. and Mrs.
M. Meltz oh Maonroe Drive.

Mr. M. Meltz, who runs the shoe
department in Fein's Department
Store, left for Atlanta on a busi-
ness trip.

The regular Priday night ser-
vices of Coligregation Beth El were
held Priday night at the Temple
on Broward Avenue.

The regular meeting of the P. B.
Junior Hebrew Assn. was held last
Wednesday, August 17th, at the
Community House on Seventh St.
with the president, Jerry Alexan-
der, presiding. Sam Greene was
appointed entertainment chair-
Jmn muers wee ec usd and
president to hold a formal debate
at the next meeting which is to be
held at the home of Miss Pannie
Shorebnick, 414 8th Street. Fol-
/lowing the meeting, the members
enjoyed dancing at the home of
George Greenberg in Lake Worth.
Those attending were: Bella, I~d-

stin,` Sally Weiner, David -Berg-
man .oai Rsnbeg aS

Bergman, Harry Bergman, Ann
Dunn, Alex Goldberg, Sylvia, Feign,
Jerry Alexatnder and Geor ge
Gr enbe g

Mr. Morris Dubbin, lessee of the
Monterey Hotel, motored to Pt.
Pierce Monday on business.

Mr. Sam A .Goldstein returned
to the city after a two weeks ab-
sence on business.

Lois Goldman, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Goldman, of Mi-
ami, returned to her home Sun-

Igether to boost the candicacy of
Pranklyn D. Roorsevelt on the
ground that he, too, collects
stamps. It's an insidious campaign
and calculated to strike Mr. Hoov-
er at his most vulnerable point.
He doesn't collect stamps, nor
does he even use stamps.No patri-
0410 stamp collector should think
of supporting a man who franks
his envelopes.

If the Republicans had it all to
do over again, maybe the smart
thing would be to nominate Con~
gressman Sol Bloom, on the
Brounds that, morethan any other
American this season, he gave the
stamp collectors something to 001-

Stamps, and especially the
Roos;evelt stamps, may figure

the war debts Question without
settling the debts.

An umpire's decision in a native
ball game has been appealed to
the Nicaraguan S~upreme COUrt.
Both sides, we hear, are filing
briefs and spices.

White collars are to be permit*
ted in Russia, Mboscow decrees.
Coming within the five year plan,
the overhead for laundry should
be negligible.

An Eskimo woman is old at 40,
says a returned explorer from the
North. If she admits being 40,
why specify Eskimos3

The suspicion seems to be grad*
nally getting about that the long*
or Cactus Jackr Garner remains in

prominentlyr in the campaign. Cer- I'Itaas, the
tain Democrata would like to make for
know, if Mabyor Jimmry Walker 18 Dedlocrats

more votes be Kl
the demnocracy. The
laughed wrhen Cactusr

to receive a stamp of approval.

Klasing, says the ]Prench Acad*
emy of Medicine, is more sanitarF
than shaking hands. W~ell, just
so long as they don't brand it
goducational, and kll a pretty cs-

An Atiierican soda fountain, the
first in Spain, has ben intle
at Madrid. Pessimists await with
dread the appe rne o h is
drug sore ~hfr

London researches reveal mil-
ioanmp o erm tBritish postage
ours is so thin on1y a sure footed

Any girl who can throw a, dis-
cus 133 feet and 2 inches should
slip easily into the career of wait-
ress at one of the longer lunch

Jack said: "Politics is funny," but
their laughter turned to amaze-
ment when he made a flying trip
East, and started to prove it.

Politics may, or may not be fun-
ny, but there'sr question t~hat in

Jack, it's singular.

"I'm just an errand boy," Mr.
Garner told correspondents in
Washington, thereby clearing up a,
misunderstanding on our part. Mr.

Vi re denc ad ai post in
Congress, n be aus of his f ond-

he might consider himself the

A scientist has returned from
the Amazon basin with a story of
fish that swim. There's nothing
new in that. We once saw a per-
formance of Aida in which a black
bass was cast as Amonasro_


being thicker than water*
butnot suppose, I suppon*
Mrrsdthat "those of our
on' 'are so frequently found
prominent among the traden

rohotour history. In the
Sway a recent novel, written
Lady of Jewish descent, which
sins no Jewish character cacll"
for the observation, describes
lone in the book as detesting
res and tapiocat pudding as the the world most be"

isturalise his nose. This, I be-
,i passed for wit in Americal
Irences such as these to our
le cannot fail to be prejudi-
Sespecially having regard to
mentality of those who read
books, and whatever we may
about their intelihgence, its
does not help us in the
of testing. As the Yiddish
tells us, a Patcht from a
ammay hurt as much as a
From a naarl But what is to
onwhat is to be said, when,
have observed, Jews or those
wihdescent who have tried
atadrift their Jewish connec-
,are caddish enough to be
asthe worst offenders? I amn
&ofen thing, uess 16 be to
who know them, of theh*

.'"".'""'an brsm phbefoul

many a tired business man,
times seem to be just
adthe coroner.

tM mor dton rlg

to lose
of the

man who loved and lost
get his presents back.
obese man who is anxious
a little flesh should try one
bargain safety razors.

Some say they're given up to-
bacco when they have just given
up paying for it. This is something RETORT
to remember, if Europe ever
swears off war. ("1Much may be learned,"' says a
~nature note, "by watching a neato
First and second places in the in love.")
Olympic 100-meter race were won Ii met a newt one summer day
by American boys. Fortunately for And asked him how he got that
the impassioned reporters, they way.
were negro boys. We have read He answered: "Sir it's plain to see
only a few accounts of the race, That you have much to learn from
but already we know that the lads Inm igIprseapa
Two streaks of blackI lightning Which should appeal to any mean
thrown against a cloudless sum- I do not flatter, laud or praise,
m., sky. I win my point fn oth., way.;
Two black bolts from the azure I seldom take her out to shows,
of a California. day. II wear the plain~sE old clothes;
Two ebony flashes of lightning. It we go riding anywhere,
Two dark stabs against the I let her pay the street car fare;
light. I tell, her what to wear and eat,
Ebony shot from the starting And criticize her hair and feet;
gun. Our lips are never tightly pressed,
Two black bolts from the mid- I am at all times self-possessed:
die west. IWhen she would speak of love's
The only way the writers can young dream,
avoid a terrible anti-climaxt will I quickly seek some lighter theme;
be to have some later race won by Whatever comes. I never fail
a couple of tattooed men. To play the domineering male;
A simple plan, with no strange
Admitting he took bribes from quirks,
both sides in an election, a L~ondon IBut, tru y, sir, it always works."
defendant says he then "voted ....Thereon, I lifted up my boot
according to his conscience."' Only And squashed the silly little newt.
an unprincipled voter, it seems, -....
will stay bought. "W~iam Ralph BIge la reall
Upward of 300 theatrical press entitled to be called 'the I~lauhts9
agents are reported to be idle in philosopher' rathe than h
New York. Maybe all the bora 'loomy Dean,' says the Eanges
need is a press agenI~t. Cityr Star, and proves it by Pub-~

An Einstein tery admits the Dea hncn soar that ,
posibility of turning a tennds ball face looks like smreon else Asy.

day, after spending a two weeks
visit with her aunt and uncle, Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Goldman of Florida

Get yourself a set of photo print playing cards. Every
one of the set of 52 cards will havPe your picture, or that of

any of your friends. Use thern for bridge, elub parties, social
affairs. Splendid for gifts on any occasion.


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inches by 5-inches, together with a year's subscription of $2.
to The Jewish Floridian, and we will forward you the complete
deck of cards within ten days. Or send $1.00 for set of cards
without subscription.

Anigou tha n
is to a gentleman'rs
isn't a gentleman.


wire report says that a kickr
k a mule restored a man's
ch. But what the world was
Y interested in la what he

We do not know how our dry
ler has been doing nnancil
>ut he's four pocket ktnives
d of his JanuaryI 1 total, just
a S

P. O. BOX 2878

Tennessee police dog, set to

rsa hanod antacde and A ~t
polloman. On the ot~her hnd,
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Friday, Auffust 26th. In~



IA Problem That Should
Be CGiVOR COBJidera~ti0B

cb &f &t Q cb cb & &b c& & &b <, cb Q wartz, chairman of the Tourna- Simile: Mixed as the emotions

S 0CIETY ment Committee and publicitY of a Chicago school teacher, ask~
head of the Club as well as Al ing her class, "If a man earns
cb Q Q Eh & C1 d3 m &fc &~ Eb & &b & Grossman, athletic director, were $3.50 a day and works 5% days,
Introduced and roundly applauded how much does he receive? "
On Sunday, September 4, Beth Ifor their activity in behalf of the i !
David will begin its Fall season organization. Following the pro- A farmer near Kansas City is
of social activities with a dance gram, the guests enjoyed sand- said to have killed four wolves
and entertainment at its Talmud wiches, drinks and smokes, that were prowling around his

place. Just a t~ypical situatonl--
a manl having to keep four or
more wolves from the door.

South American countries, though
bankrupt, are said to be plunging
into war for lack of amusement.
W~ie can warn them? at the outset
That a three-day chautauqua is
SConditions in the New Orleans

Tor~ah Hall. Music and refresh- ***
ments will be provided free of T 'he Woman's Club of the Work-
charge. All members and their men's Circle is sponsoring the sec-
friends are- uirged to attend and ond of its summer picnics at Har-
'enrjoy the event. die's Casino, Miami Beach, next
*. *Sunday, August 28th, beginning at
Rgular choir practice at Tmple noon and ending at 6 p. m. A de-
Israel, under the direction of Rab- licious plate luncheon will be ser-
bi A. 8. Kleinfeld is held every Ived during the day for which fifty
Wednesday evening in preparation cents will be the cost for adults
for the High Holiday services. and only twenty-five cents for
*children. Those who attended the
The first of a series of smokers first picnic of the organization this
sponsored by the Hebrew Athletic summer will do well to attend this
Club was held at Kaplan Hall last picnic if they want to spend a very
Wednesday night with Jerr y desirable and enjoyable afternoon
Weinberg doing the honors 'as aet the Beach. The public is urged
Master of Ceremonies in a very to attend.
creditable manner. More than a **
hundred residents of the city were Mrs. Harry I. Lipton left last
present to witness the splendid week for Chicago to visit relations
card of entertainment presented. and friends there.
Beginning the program, Mr. Wein-
berg introduced Murray Grossman, The things that make a woman
president of the club, who received( happy often look foolish to a man,
an enthusiastic ovation as he wel-
comed the members and guests in
a brief address. A piano selections j d'RGROR*MRM'Sh~/~~,;91~~
by Isidor Neham was followed by FR S g gg gq
a brief but amusing battle royal IIL IIIoI
between six negro boxers, under
the tutelage of Battling Buster.
A talk by Ernie Seiler, head of the
City of Miami Recreation Depart-
ment, encouraging the organiza-
tion was then heard, and a stir-
ring address by Rabbi A. S. Klien-
feld followed. Then came a wrest- JUST OUT OF THE SEAt
ling match between Jack Peretz-
man and Mike Kasanoff. The OU know that the fish you
match went the full time without buy here is perfectly fresh,
a fall. Kasanoff, who outweighed and sure to make a delicious
his opponent considerably, was not meal.
as agile or capable as his antag- LOW PRICES
onist, but both afforded the au-
dience as splendid a contest as CAP T. T0M S
could be wished for. The next
match between Jack Krauss and Fish Mart
Arthur Norton was a sPlendid ex-
hibition of the art of wrestling N. W. 1st St., and
and resulted in a fall with Norton Miami River
the victor, after seven minutes of Phone 2-5321
snappy, spectacular wrestling. The 4ajYJ- .o -n y-C
strong man exhibition shown by
Al Berkowitz included tearing of
cdecks of playing cards, bending of
nails and iron bars, all demon- ENJOY AN ALL, DAY TRIP
strating the splendid coordination
of muscle and power developed by On The Cruiser
physical training. Presentation of O TH
pries orhandball tournament
victories were made by Murray Down Biscayne Bay
Grossman to Max Goldstein and IAdyo prbn n hn
Jack Hirsch in Class A; to Sam Adyo prbn n hn
Silverman and Irving Hirsch inl nel fishing.
Class B; and to Frank Rolls and ALL INLAND WATER
Jerry Goldstein in Class C. Mil-i ~NO SEASICKNESS
ton Traeger then gave a snappy
dance number and was followed Bait & Tackle Furnished Free
by a presentation of Billy Buller Leaves City Yacht Basin Pier
of five pupils in acrobatic and tap :0, Tuesday, TPhursday, Saturday
dancing. Stanley C. Myers spoke and Sunday at 9:30 a. m.
and concluded the program. Returning 5:30 p. m.
During the evening Dr. I. Sch-J We Cater to Special Charter
Troubles Cured by Electric 1 Master Owner
No pay if not relieved Res. Manager
For Particulars, Address
P. O. Box 197, Miami Beach Fare Only $2.00

Complete Garage Facilities
EMANU EL E. KAT Z, Manag ing Director


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