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The Jewish Floridian ( September 9, 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:
September 9, 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).

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University of Florida
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AA00010090:00184

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Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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Material Information

Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
September 9, 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:
AA00010090:00184

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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FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY PUBLISHED REGULARLY


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ITEMS OF JEWISH INTEREST


Dr. Samuel Goldflam, leading
Jewish member of the medical
profession and a member of the
Jewish Agency for Patlestine, died
in Warsaw last Saturday, at the
age of 80.

Bernard M. Baruch, in an arti-
cle in the current issue of The
Nation's Business, urges a redurc-
tion of at least $1,000,000,000 in
the Federal budget as a prime "es-
sential" to general business recov-
ery.

The Rv. Louis Harris, pioneer
Jewish minister of Johannesburg,
died recently at the age of 78. He
was actively identified with Jewish
philanthropic and civic work.

Rabbi Julius Silberfeld, spiritual
leader of Temple B'nal Abraham'
Newark, is acting as chaplain of
the Citizen's Military Camp at
Camp Dix, Wrightstown, N. J.
There are 1,300 boys at Camp Dix,
of whom about 225 are Jewish.

Maurice L. Rapheld, who is ac-
tively affiliated with many organi-
zations and movements of the
Jewish community of San Fran-
cisco, has been appointed execu-
tive scretary to Mayor Angelo J.


urs. M. c. loss, prominent in
Jewish and civic affairs of San
Francisco, has been elected chair-
man of the 1933 program com-
mittee of the California Confer-
ence of Social Work. She was
given charge of the arrangements
fo~r he 1933 meeting of the state
next May.


rabhi of ogreW tio Ohe Sho-
lom in Newark, N. J., forty years
ago, died last week at his home in
Frederick, Md., at the age of 74.
Aftr leaving Newark he held rab-
binates in Portland, Oregon; Me-
ridian, Miss., and Houston, Texas.
He had lived in Frederick since
1926.


50 years there has been no organ-lyothertonfasutbe
ized Democratic party in Florida." builb nh m beG s ofe Jih
Asstrting that as governor he community as well as by non-Jews
could influence the legislature to because of the Rabbi's departure
enact beneficial legislation,, Mr. from the city where he had earned
Howy asserted: Ithe friendship of all members of
"I certainly could handle thethcomnt'
legilatre ettr thn yur re- Rabbi Lehrer will begin his work
sent Democratic governor handled jthe coming High Holidays with a
the recent session of his Democra- series of sermons, and immediately
tic legislature a squabbling, Ithereafter will begin the organi-
squawking, squandering session zation of a daily religious as well
characterized by its infamous tax as a Sunday School.
burdens; a leg~ilature that had to
be prolonged into three extraor- FIRMS' ASKED TO AID IN

d an 22000 Oan ^1 I sto seson 011 ABVY IERTISil8 BRIVE
stopped the clock and worked on/
throughout the night and into the With every section of the city
holy hours of the Sabbath in or- to be canvassed in a drive to raise
der that routine legislation which an advertising fund, Miami em-

o laave en nactd attheployers recently were asked to so-
regu ar 00-day session could be licit their own organizations for
Mse .H /subscriptions and have the money
Mr owey went on record as ready when the drive worker calls
opposed toaddirngma seventh nmem- ion September 20.camnofhe

urged redctionn lofhe 42t circi herane o mite ofte reia i


Mrn Hwe contended' that tax- of e pu ictat cm itteme i hr
payers can be saved $15,000,000 McAllister hotel, said this coopera- i
annually and itemized these pro- Ition would save the time of sev-
posed say ngs. eral workers.
Mr. Howey discussed at length "Although we will have a large
Florida's banking law problems crew of workers,"' Mr Estill said,
and recommended creation of a 'their job will be a big one. If all
state-wide corporation to become employers in Miami begin now to
liquidator for all defunct banks. line up their organizations, it will
Mr. Howey said that in making Ibe a great help, for then the wor-
appointments "traditions of the ker will merely need to call and
South will be strictly upheld." collect from one source. the money


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ol. V-No. XXXVII



ay art Tomorrow

Frank Parker Stockrbridge

i iE ....a, survival
oligalong the bank of a
stream on my farm the other
I saw a fish capture an in-
tius frog and proceed to de-
it. Crossing the meadow on
way back to the house I saw
awk pounce down upon a baby
itand heard the victim's
scream as the bird's talons
edits skin. At the edge of my
's flower garden I encountered
alstriped snake in the act
wlonga toad.
tI reflected, is life as they
rineit. They prey upon
other and none are safe. But
have no ot her way to live. It

kd th snake orthe fiha wc e
Itwould be to call humans
because they, too, kill ani-
for their food
opy sentimentalists endow
lower animals with the same
ibilities and emotions as hu-
sand make a great fuss about
cruelty of life. No one who
meat is in a position to cri-
ethe hawk that eats rabbits
in time, a few thousand years,
hps, men niay get over the
eto kill other men because

eren l~a ge or en she abeta
of them in trade.

the new editor
hereby extend the hand of
wship to Al Smith, editor. I
enot always agreed with the
.Alfred E. Smith, politician,
when he began to write for the
rsa couple of years back I
htI saw the making of a

spaatmh i ou mf politics-- i
ras the present campaign is
ered,d at atny rate--anm i

fhis own, Al and I ought to
logfine. I'll say this for Al,
usa punch into whatever he
s.He has ideas. i
the New Outlook, of which he
be the responsible editor, he i
doubtless say a lot of things I
which I will be in perfect l
ony. Anyway, like a, lot of
rAmericans,~ I'm going to ~
hfor that first issue under
reton.

LO .the masterpiece j
greatest maker of violon-


was Nicolas Amati, who died
unrdYears ago in Cremo-
tl.The greatest maker of
for violins and 'cellos, until
ehwas Alfredo Plactti of
owho owned Amati's finest
and played it with Tourte's
bow.
blythe greatest living 'eel-
Willem Willeke, born in Aus.
fa Dutch father land an En.
-Hungariatn mother and now
mrcncitizen. He has ow.
Platti's~ Amati !ello for a
time. At a, dinner given by
lovers in Wileke's honor
thrnight inr New York,, the
bow which Piatti- used wsas
the 'cellist' r~euiiiting two faa
instruments, .
47ever heard such rmusi (
emWillekre pr~oduced6 wh'ed
ewtha4 lir across thd
ofi thelt '~cello.


A W 0 1D T 0 THE JE~W IS 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 Ha~shono.


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


----I~~. --


Miami, Florida Friday September 9th 2


Price: Five Cents


RABBI LEHRER GOES
TO ASHEVILLE, N. C.

Rabbi L. Lehrer, for the past
several years Rabbi of Bnal Israel
Congregation, St. Petersburg, Fla.,
resigned his position there last
week to accept the position of
Rabbi of the Jewish Congregation
at Asheville, N. C. H accepted the
call because of the larger field for
intensive Jewish communal work
thus afforded him. While Rabbi
of the St. Petersburg congrega-
tion, Rabbi Lehrer organized a
large Talmud Torah and Sunday
School wlich made remarkable
success there. He also organized
the work of the community, as a
result of which plans were made
for the erection of a Jewish com-
munity centre. A lot was prur-
chased and work will begin short-


/DAVE SHOLTZ SPEAKS AT

MEETINS IN GAINESVILLE

GAINESVILLE, Pla.--Delegates
from 17 counties in the central
part of Florida heard Dave Sholtz,
Democratic nominee for governor,
address the three-region confer-
ence of the Florida League of
Young Democrats here Wednes-
day.
The crowd overflowed the Ala-
chua county courthouse and was
said to be the largest gathering
the league has held.
Other speakers on the program
included Attorney General Cary
D. Landis, Congressman Lex
Green, Mrs. Beulah Hooks Han-
nah of Lakeland, vice president of
the league, and J. P. Newell, state
campaign manager for the party.
Charters of the Gainesville and
Oxcsa clubs were accepted by the
Sholtz called upon the younger
members of the party to lead the
way in getting out a record Demo-
cratic vote at the November elec-
tion. He said if this is accom-
plished Florida will have the right
to demand representation in the
cabinet of Franklin D. Roosevelt
in the event of a Democratic vic-
tory.
"The rank and file of the people
are waking up to the racket which
the Republican party has been
p"''ing ovye on th sh cun yd for


LOCAL RABBI AT PALM
BEACH FOR HOLIDAYS
Rabbi Samuel Mi. Machtei, for-
merly Rabbi of Beth David Con- I
gregation of this city, has been
called to the pulpit of Congrega-
tion Beth El of West Palm Beach
where he will offiicate at the High

Rabbi s hti is the founder of
the Radio Synagogue, which he di-

reeng eat o Bet hml iste old-
est Jewish congregation in West
Palm Beach and also supports a
Talmud Torah where daily reli-
gious instruction is given the chil-
dren, during the winter season.
for the entire organization. This
plan, too, will eliminate the neces-
sity of disrupting the employer's
organization during the working
hours."


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Prof. Ismar J. Peritz, head of
the Bible Department at the Uni-
versity of Syracuse, will supervise
a new course in the field of reli-
gious education this coming fall,
which will be known als the "Bible,
Religion and Democracy." Prof.
Peritz, in outlining the course,
says that American democracy
eound its originating source in re-
ligion, with the Bible playing a
great ~part.


Ruth Oruber, of Brooklyn, N.
Y., received the degree of Doctor
of Philosophy from the University
of Cologne. Only 20 years old, she
is believed to be the youngest doc-
tor of philosophy in the world. In
Cologne, where Miss Gruber's alca-
d~emic achievement was widely
hailed, it is asserted that Dr. G~ru-
ber is the only student so young
ever honored there and the only
one to wi a doctor's degree in a
single year. A graduate of New
'Y'ork.University, she,won a schol-
arabip to Wisconsin, where she re-
ceived hr M6. A. and~ an exchange
scholarship at Cologne.


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HOWEY SPEAKS TO LABOR

DAY CROWO AT SANFORD


W. J. Howey, independent Re-
publican candidate for governor
speaking here Labor Day urged re-
duction of the governor's salary
from $9,000 to $5,000 a year and
said, "'our tax rate can and must
be cut in two **'
"What Florida needs," said Mr.
Howey, "is a good dose of two par-
ty government. For more than 50
Years Plorida has been electing
nothing but Democrats to office.
When you had a Democratic par-
ty organization and Democrats
were bound by party pledges it
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pvBLISHrED EVEnR RIr~DAY

ssr~ooRqrgAN PUB)LISHING 90.
gOUH M[AII AVENUE


LOUIS SHBOCBET, Editor
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Voue 8.--Number 37
IaSeptember 9th, 1932

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' " '
a WEST PALM BRANCH k
r *P a ** 1 9 P ** ** P'
Regular Priday night senrvices
held every ~P~PPPPPPrida night at the
Temple Beth Israel on Broward
Avenue .with .the .Rabbi, Dr. Carl
N. Herman officiating after which

the usual sermon is given.
The regular meeting of the P. B.
Junior Hebrew Assn. wats held on
Wednesday night, August 31st, at
the home of Mrs. May 27th St.,


^ me..i.. olsa s~eh'a :...
Board was held at the Temple on
Tuesday' nigh~t.

Benefit card party of the Beth
I~srael sisterhood was held at the
home of 1Mr. and Mrs. O. P. G~run-
ner, Wa~Shngton .Road. Prizes
were awarded at each table and
delicious' refreshmnents were ser-
ved by the hostess. ,

Mr. Kerman motored to Jack-
sonville where he will meet his
wife who is returning from Chi-
9caso after which they will both


The main difference between a
wise man and a fool is that the


G~eorge ~Washington and Carry
jNation achieved fame with a hatt-


wise man keeps his mouth shut chet, but nobody has ever done it
and his eyes open, while the tool Iwith a hammer.


keeps his mouth open and his eyes


Since gray is the fashion for
men, our old black suit will do us
for another year. ,


T- he n e m ay ihee i r~ then erh
mu ero wn i fe ei ha

Wouldn't a rabbit be chesty,
though, it it could realize that it
was growing nice sealskin coats?

As chilly as some bankers are,
it's no wonder that their banks,
assets get frozen.

According to the crime figures,
the wages of sin hartv not been cut
durizig the depression.

It looks as though the most
prosperous man nowadays is the
fiddler--everybody must pay him.

When you find a thing hard to
do and struggle with it you are
Mean is sometoind. y e any
marking t~ime and not get.
ting algead.

.A man who is dsprt is c Mao

and security is usually a safe bet
in business *

A disorderly person se ldom
makes a good manager. He may

.Tl o an o rdern de aie
to make a success of him.

People who do not respect a
confidence should never expect
one. When you go around spilling
the beans on the other fellow, the
one to whom you spill them ex-
hpe ts you to do the same thing to
h i......
The basis of all business is de-
sire and necessity. Create some-
thing to fill a desire or supply
soniething that is required and
you have at business.

A good business to be in is sup-
plying something that is universal
in use, a repeater and within the
reach 'of atlmo~st everyone who
could use it. ,

Bliss is only momentary and
soon forgotten. Satisfaction lasts
a long time and endures.

Hope leads us on thru life'sl
troubles; it fires us with ambition,
makes us overlook faults, and
makes mistakes pardonable. ~It is
the big "kilck" that makes living
worth while.
A slave driver is one who tries
to get more out of his employrees
than he pays for by holding the
w~hil of Tdischar~ge over themn.

When a man ceases to worry a-
bout his bills hq is in a bad way
and then you will have to do the
wortfing. '

Teacher: Give me a sentence
using the wo~rd 'bhwithd'."
Mick~~ey: Go ahead, felers I'll
tiewitches in a minute. '


If you have honestly given any-
one service you should not be a-
fraid to ask for your pay because
you have earned it and the man
expected to pay when he accepted
the service. If you have to beg for
your money for lenr oi Ang h

it is not a safe bet.

Wen you earn t repu aton
of being a good fellow you are us-
ually classed as an easy mark also.

A man who can give an unplea-
sant order courteously and with
a smile will usually have it carried
out cheerfully.:

When you owe a man money let
him~ know what you' are doing a-
boti nd hewl ae sou foar.

oerryou and you will soon lose

.Newspapers in general today are

ree hma ity a makn s war
of our fellow men. We are led to
Believe that the world is full of
/criminals and suckers.

The truth coes more often
from the lips of a poor man than
a rich one. That is the reason we
have so many poor people. Truth
seems to be quite flexible with
thnost of us.

The young traveler plasters his
luggage wth lbe *; the old-tie

desires publicity while seasoned
riches desires seclusion.

The party who says he has no
confidence in others hasn't a
chance to inspire confidence in

lives everyone is crooked needs a
Hell, of a lot of watching also.

Hoax. I am not surprised to
hear that Mrs. Spinks is an ardent
spiritualist. She ~is a woman who
always goes to extremes.
Joax: Is she? I thought she
Went to mediums.

Bim: Henpeck claims to have
something in common with Ein-
stein.
Bam: Henpeck? Why, he's as
dumb as an ox.
Bim: I know it. But he says
his wife doesn't understand him.

Bosch: 80 Mrs. Bipton doesn't
speak well of anybody?
Joach: No, she has an impedi-
ment in hier voice.

Bullet Joe: Gtee, that's a ter-
rible picture of you.'
Galttling Pete: 'Yeah, I'm going
to ^se'l 1 cakt arrange to have tihe
police Use the photo I had taken
at that rSwell place on Michigan
Avenue.

Youngwed: I learned to cook
whlr4Q my husband was abroad.
'Priend: And what did he say
~dhen'he rturnied?
Younswed: Nothins he went
aboa again


when a man gesb stuk on him-
4pit.'it's~ 5n'iaf ( he has poor
memory.


with Miss Sara Weiner ac
'


Jacob Epstein, sculptor, who


and "Rima," Is about to startle the
world of art again, this time with
his most fantastic creation-the
huge figure of an ancient sun god.
The figure is nine feet high, with


hostess. During the meeting a
discussion was held concerning the


of the members ptho are leavinE
for college next week. .Followint
the meeting cookies and punch
were served by thej hostels, fol-
lowed by cards and dancing. until
la late hour. "Dimples" Abeish of


Jacksonville, wyas a guest for the light, its hair forming an aureole
ev~ening. !Those attending besides of flame.
the hostesses were: Adeline Gold-
stein, S~elma ,Karfunklfe,' Sylvia Dr. Fritz Neumann, New York
PFeiga, Doorthy Zpitlin, Bella Gold- physician ~and father of Mrs. Mday
berg, Rosalie Rosenlberg, ,Anti define Reichert, wile of Rabbi tr
Dunn,.lVI Sylv 8ia Rebergg Pann~Ie ving P. Relchert of Coigregatio l
JSchrebnick, Sylviai Dunn and 8n EmanuE I of 8 an rnsc,
Green. Alex goldberg, Jerry Alex* whiom he had ,been visitiqg, dieid
ander, David Bergman, Georg4 last sunday. IDr. Neumann was
Greenbere, Harry Bergman and connected with the Lejnox 1911l
pdax. Bergman. Hospital in New York and was~ a
member of the American M~edic~al

mee ten o Urlynic e ewi l 1el bdis e eNew York County Mdedigal
fare Bureau of the Palm Beache
was held Wednesday night at~ thd CANADA


arms 8


outstretched toward the


-T~xATION POR JEWTISH
EDUCATION

erntAmerican Heb~rew l
sablhe Orthodox Jewish
who have suggested the
tiono a one cent, tax on
ermeat and foul for the
stnneof Talmud Torahs 85
irJewish schools, have revived
practice that will solve
problems. Ever since the
ty Federations have included
education in their budgets,
has. been _keen di~safitfac-
with the proceeding. The edu-
afeel that the Federation
undertakee to supply all
unsrequireed in aegiven cmd

eand many contributors
deainare of the opinion
education should not be
edwith charity and should
a part of the objective or
tyof charity funds. In Chi-
the Jewish Charities, which
clearing house for all the big
Jewish philanthropic orgatn-
sis currently engaged in
ga survey of the contribu-
on this very subject. The re-
1a agi plit the Jewish
meon Chncago into the cha-
oniinwhich preceded the
sulef fort toward unity. The
sonto "tax" kosher meats
owl for the support of Orth-
Jewish religious schools, Tal-
Torahs and Yeshivas will
dean annual income approx-
nga million and a quarter
hspurpose-at present suf-
t for all demands. It will
eJewish education inths
independent of charity--the
algroup is capable of taking
of its own without requiring
income from this source.Te
gof these large funds will
el-imposed, automatic ad
n.Both tradition and com-
sense are behind this sug-
onwhich, withj a little pa"
ceand careful organieiation*
Sbe translated into a great
a for Jewish educational re-
'ements for one section of
erican Jews.

Foforth: reinbuck won't let his
Ssmokre cigarettes. .
omeback: Whiynot? '
ktorth: He says her throat iV
Ithy enough sh~eady.

hosCe~ ags r sure po~h*,
h the reduction in car fare we
l't be able to save a rrs saW P


Beth Israel Temple on Browetr
.Avenue with the Vice-President,
Sam Goldstein presiding, in th#
absence of the president. Several 1
important cases were taken car
of.

Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kominers re
turned from Chicago after an ab
sence of one month from the city

Dr. and Mrs. Carl N. Herrmart
returned to the city from a, two
months' trip in Chicago.

Mrs. M. Haimowitz of Lake
Worth, Pla., returned after spend
ing two weeks in Jacksonville with
relatives.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Landat
of Lake Worth, Fla., returned from
New York and various other nor
nhem points. I'hey were gone two
*ots '


At a meeting of the Board of
Trustees of the Toronto Federa-
tion th following officers were el-
ected: Edward Scheuer, honorary
president; Ajrthur Cohen, presi-
dent; IJarry Rotenberg, chairmEan
of board; D. Dunkelman, 8. K~ro-
nick, 'Charles praimin, N. L. N~a-
thanson, vice presidents; A. Ro-
senthal, treasurer; ad Dr. A. Bro- j


PALEISTINE
Excavations are planned early
in the Winter on the site of an
ancient synagog in northeacstern
Palestine. A license to carry on
the diggings has been granted by
the Palestine G~overnment's de-
partment of antiquities to Dr. E;
L. Slukenik, archaeologist of th#
Hebrew University at Jerusalem.

ori e days somne rpe ple's fav


I


Get youlrself a set of photo print playing eards. Every
one of the set of 5i2 cards will have your picture, or that of

any of your friends. Use themr for bridge, club parties, -social
affairs. Splendid for gifts on any occasion*

JUST SEND YOUR SNAPSHOT FqR PROORAy

not smaller than 1-inch by 2-inches and not larger than 8.
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 dayrs. Or send $1.00 for set of cards
without subscription-


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H 0TEL NE W Y 0 RKER
uts s. consnsetict Ae, NcuIour~l aPbw s..nts -~open AH1 Year
ATLANTIC CITY~I, N. J.
Thje Kgosher Botel of Atlantic. City
U todt rooms, H~ot and Cold Sea Water. in all Endorsed by Rabbi Leventhal, Philadelhis, RabbI
Otis Electric Elevatorr to Street IRnvL. Cd kin NtlantsoAritysdRbi ebr
. Enlarged Dninia Room. Solriarla and ,Sittng Boom, Unsrpassesd iacase.
Additional Lobbr sad Ball Rnoom. Refind Jewish surroundfassr.
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_ _


Ser>tem'lrer 9th, 1932


McPhersen: What do you In
q
by staying away ali night? 4
didn't you come right home afte
the show?
McPherson, Jr.. I dropped


& & = 64 6 & && & & trip to New England with their CEI h oiia da
00 IE Y aunt, Mrs. M. Halperin of New When the five-day week and the
York City and a cousin, Miss Eva "'staggering" of hours of employ-
"i d; i i i &; & & & tLi Rubin of Chelsea, Mass. Their ment so that everybody will have
guests will remain here for some a job become the general practice
Rabbi Dr. Carl A. Press, who time and because of their arrival in the United States--nd I see
will direct the services at Beth here on the eve of the recently signs which make me believe that
David Synagogue the coming High anticipated "hurricane" have been they are coming--perhaps the cre-
Holidays. attended a number of Icalled hurricanee guests" by their dit will go to the man who started
European Yeshivoxs, including the many friends here. The Bulbins the project, perhaps not.
famous Telzer Yeshiva. Born inanomkigheroeat16 The man is Isador Teitelbaum
1886 in Korno. famous as a center S. W. Fifth St. w-ho makes and sells fine furniture
of Jewish learning in Lithuania. ***i e ok n a atfl r
he studied there and subsequently Mr. Julius Damenstein. promi- Teitelbaum, who is a deep student
came to America as the protege [nent jeweler of this city, returned of economic questions, cutlinedi iE:
of Dr. David Neumark. noted He- )to Miami after a hurried trip to idea of the short weeks and the
brew scholar. During his stay in New York to visit his father who wider distribution of jobs. "Come
Cincinatti. Rabbi Press instructed is, seriously ill here. out to the national convention of
a class at the Hebrew Union Col- ***the Furniture Association and tel
lege. He received his Ph. B. at the Miss Rhoda Levy of Long Island' them about it," his friend urged.
University of Berlin and his Ph. N. Y. arrived here Thursday to Mr. Teitelbaum had never made a
D. at the University of Chicago. spend the winter with her aunt public spech in his life, but he
He served as Rabbi of Congrega- and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Julius talked thart convention, represent-
tion Bnai Israel. Jacksonville, Fla. (Simrpson of this city. ing employers of 400,000 men and
from 1921 to 1923, Congregation ***women, into indorsing his plan.
Rodeph Sholem, Lo~s Angeles, 1923 Since then the shorter week and
to 1926. Temple Beth Irael, Hemp- the staggered hours system has
stead, L. I.. 1926 to 1929 and then CHIRBOPODIST been put forward by. hundreds of
came to Miami where he married Summer Rates others, and it was one of the big
Mrs. Feuer, prominent communal 50c Per Foot $1100 Both Feet features of the President's indus-
worker here. He has since devo- D.I CW RZ
ted his time to literary work, be-
MIEYER KISER BLI)G.
ing a prolific writer and a contri
butor to many magazines and An- Room 400 Phone 2-4765
glo-Jewish papers. He is at the 2.
present time writing a book which Not CI~~M AY 2 2
will appear shortly. Rabbi Press f
will preach during the Rosh Has- FRESH FISH 3, -
hono and Yom Kippur serv-ices, SOR T
and will be assisted byCnor
Louis Hayman, who will chant
the services.

Last Sunday night, the first of L~
app seie f social affairs being -6


trial conference a couple of weelt
;ago. Somebody else may get the
credit for starting it, which is why
I want to put it in the record now
that it was Isador Teitelbaum's
original idea.

"Ef yo' charged a dollar admis-
sion tuh church, I betcha it 'ud
be crowded, ef the minister prea-
ched in a bathing suit."

"Twras a wise youngster at Sun-
day school who, on being asked,
"'What is the chief end of man?"
Said, "The end that's got the head
on. "

This is a true story. Mrs. Helen
Hunt Jackson was a celebrated
writer of fiction and poetry. She
.lies buried in a lonely grave in a
canyon of the Rocky Mountains,
a spot that is much visited by lit-
erary people.
Before her marriage to Mr.
SJackson, her name was plain Hel-
en Hunt. One Sunday morning as
she was on her way to church she
found a purse. Thinkiing that it
migh have been dropped by some
churchgoer, she requested the ree-
tor to announce that she had
folind a purse and ,would cheer-
fully return it to the owner. And
the good man made the announce-
ment in this way:
"I am requested to announce
]that a purse has been found. If
,anyone present has lost lone, he
1 8 requested to go to Helen Hunt
for it."


and a ta


~penny at the corner
parked on it.


Is your conversation unintee
ing? Why not have an oeai
and have something to talk l
all the time?

There is no unmploymentI
jmong those who spend their i
minding other people's business,

If whistling is a sign of a mr
then we know what to calltt
cop who stopped us the other d

Sometimes we think the of
boy isn't trying, and thenag
we decide that he is very.

When a fellow lets you in
tihe ground floor, look out for f
cellar.

An American in Vienna has I
her face lifted seven times in
few years. It is too bad, but
course no one dreamed the
pression would go on and on.

A scientist says the world i
come to an end in 10000,
years. If so, it would bring it
a quadrennial campaign year, p
haps making it less noticeable.

Candidates just getting in


sponsored by the Administrative
Committee of Beth David Congre-
gation, was held at its Talmud
Torah Hall with the members of
the committee and their wives as
the hosts. Dancing was enjoyed by
the two hundred guests attending
and delicious refreshments were
served. No charges of any kind
were made. These affairs are de-
signed to promote and encourage
social relationship between theft
members of the Committee, the
members at large and the Jewish
public generally.

At a meeting of the Ladies Aux-
iliaryI of the Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation held last Tues-
day night at the Synagogue. final
plans sor the ar ception noRab i

discussed and will be acted upon
at a special meeting of the organ-
ization which w~ill be held at the
Synagogue next Tuesday after-
noon, September 13th at 2 p. m.
All members are urged to attend
promptly. Following the meeting
a social hour will be spent and
refreshments will be serv~ed. The
final plans for the reception await
the arrival of the Rabbi. 1

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bulbin re-
turned to the city recently after

I
PROSTATE and BLADDER I
Troubles Cased by Electric (
Device
NVo pay if not relieved
For Partiorulars, Address 1
P. O. Box 197, Mim Be 1


Youg if: the wet side of the controversy I
Youg wfe:It says, 'beat the dumbfounded to learn how me
whites of eggs till stiff.' I think lare sharing in the riparian rigb
they must be done now.
Hubby: Why, are they stiff? Farmers' wives never strikre,
Young Wife: No, but I am. they haven't the time.


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