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The Jewish Floridian ( September 2, 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 2, 1932
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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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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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
September 2, 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:
AA00010090:00201

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 JEWYISH' WEEKLY PUBISIIHED REGULARLY


CAMPAIGN FOR FUND WILL HADA33All CONVENTION TO
0 2R EBMETPESN OI IGEB BE HELD IN HEW YORK CITY


Miami Hadassah will be repre-
sented by one or more delegates,
according to plans of the organi-
zation, at the National Convention
of the organization to be held in
New York City at the Hotel Com-
modore, Sept. 18, 19 and 20. The
convention will mark a farewell
to its president, Mrs. Edwallrd JaL-
cobs, who will sail on the last day
of the convention for a year's stay
in Palestine.
Among those who will address
the convention during its sessions
are Dr. Haim Yasky, its medical
director, Dr. Stephen 8. Wise,
Rabbi L~ouis I. Ne~Oman, Dr. C. E.
A. Winalow of Yale University,
Judge Julian W. Mack, Morris
Rothenberg, Dr. Mordecal M. Kap-
lan and Dr. Nathan Ratnoff, head
of the American Jewish Physicians
SCommittee.
Round table discussions of prob-
,lems confronting Hadnessah, vital
Ito its needs will be held during
the convention meetings and will
be addressed by noted authorities
on the subjects.
The feature of the convention
will be the annual banquet to be
held on the evening of the second
day of the session and will be ad-
dressed by some of the outstanrd-
ing Zionists of the nation. Musi-
cians of prominence will provide
entertainment.
The lc~al chapter will choose its'
delegates some time next week.

COUS1iS BATTLE IN TEnnIS
MAflTCHES FOR SUPREMACY
Two Jewish bysn fpo
neer Miami me c ant and -o
kers in the Jewish life of the com-
munity, were pitted against each
other last Sun ry bat Henderson

born's championship of Dade Coun-
ty. Aaron Goldenblank, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Max Goldenblankt,
was victorious over Arnold Rubin,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rubin
in straight sets of 8-3 and 6-1.
Both boys showed splendid ten-
nis ability during the entire con-
test and though it was not expee-
ed, both boys won all their pre-
liminatry matches and advanced
to the finals, when cousin met
cousin, and cousin won.
Both boys attend school here
and attend Beth David Synjagogue
where their parents have been ac-
tive for a number of years.
Dade county schools Witll pay a
monthly tuition for school privi-l
lees, trustees of all, county schools
decided Wecdnesday in conjunction
with school b-oard members. Rates
will be $4 a month for each pupil
in the elementary schools, $8 tor
junior high school students, and
$8 tor hisgh school students.
Residence will be determined on
the voters' quahlfcation of twelve
months in the state and 8 months
in the county. The method of ;col-
lecing tuition is under considera-
tion by a committee composed of
Royr Morrison, Mrs. John Camp-
bell and L. O. Becker, trustees of
district 2, the Miami district. 'A
report will be mader next Wednes-
day.
It was decided to hire no addi-


tronalJ terctes~ ntli after the op-
eningd ofchool. The money cadl
looted froma the to~ldn than -w$1,
be uset to emprla ew 0 eabeat~ (


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Miami, Florida Friday Se 2


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Price: F~ive Cents


REPUBLICANS TO SPEAK LOCAL RABBI 'WEDIS

AT SIIWFORD As we go to press the wedding
ceremonies or Miss Lena Herman
of Montreatl Canada, to Rabbi Jo-
W. J. Howey, candidate for nah Eq Caplan of this city isbeing
governor, will open his campaign solemnized at Beth David syna-
at aLabo da demnstatio ingogue in M~ontreal in the presence
SantrdMond setembr 5of a large audience including the
8rtniord, *Vody Letmr representatives of the Rabbi Iasaac
Special trains will be run by Elchanan Yahivat of New York, of
the Atlantic Coast Line, one lear. which the groom is a graduate.
ing Jackrsonville at 8:55 A. M., --Rabbi Caplan has been t~he Rab-
stopping at G~reen Cove S~prings bi of the Miami Jewish Orthodox
and Palatka, arriving in S5antord Congregation for the past year
at 11:45 A. M1. Another train winlland during his term has developed
leave Tamps at 9:00 A. Mb. stop- the Congregation and its activities
Ding at Plant City and ]Lakelaund, principally the Talmud Torah and
reaching Santord also at 11:45. 5undayr School.
Motoeade frm thnoutthe The "Sheva Brochios" will be ob.
stae wlt ob n aparde hruserved tonight and tomorrow at
the trees o Sanordat nonthe bride's~ home, after which Rab.
Included in thie musical' organi- bi Caplan and his bride will go to
satonsexpcte topariciateinNew York for a brief honeymoon*
"th"exet o paradeis he ades Drmand will then come to Miami11 to
and Pifae Cors; 1the e Infntr make their home here. Upon their
Bandof te Ntionl Gurdarrival they will be welcomed with
Jacksonville; Eustis Boys Band: a reception at which the officers
Benson Springs Orp~hanage Band; and members of the Congregation
santo~Ird Elks Baind' and Orlando ~~and its Ladies Auxiliary will be the


Td IOmorrOW

~arker Stockbridge

Cal peRCer Why
Sof Berkrshire Coun.
Betts' are getting to
best cooks I know
And that is all on
neighbor, Cal S5pen-

wife died, a couple
),he went into the
made such good bread
doughnuts that his
edhim to show
West S8tockridge
Cal did, and he
firt pr~ise in ave

is going to send
a. culinaryl products ~
)reCounty 1%ir at
nand the farm
county are deter-
let him get away
'ribbons. As a result,
farmers ard get-
at somne of the best
is man ever


1059los Iast,

ofthe emancipation
)been to leave mere
*yfew places to go
enjoy the society of
thu eminidie in-

used to be such 'a



They still don't let
Masonic and other

im ad ber kon ke
hesmoking cars. I
New York to Wash-
time age and found
"club car, tr-

of fancy sofas and
benefit of women

esanta Pe railroad
special smoker for
g rla want to a ke
haeaplace whr
get into the men's


Miami's effort to attract its share
of the 1932 tourist business of the
world will be launched on Steptem-
hber 20 with a city-wide campaign
to raise the sum of $35,000 ad-
vertising fund. This wasp decided
Wednesday night at a meeting of
the finance committee of the Mdi-
ami Chamber of Commerce Bu-
reau of Advertising in the McAl-
lister Hotel.
Because every Miamian is affec.
ted by the tourist business the
committee decided to divide the
cityg into 100 zones in which 1,000
workers will make a house-to.
house solicitation for co-operartion,
while other groups will contact a-
partment houses, hotels, business
houses, out-of-townm real estate
owners, chain stores and foreign
corporations, including transpor.
station companies and bondholders.
SReceipt forms will be used by an
auditing committee in keeping a
record and a report later will be
made by a certified public atccoun-
tant so that the public will be ad.
vised of the disposition of every
cent collected.
"September 20 should mark the
dawn of a new ers in Miam," said
G~eorge Estill, finance chairman,
"for it is not as though we were
asking for charitable donations.
We are simply appealing toi the
horse sense of every one of us to
invst a, little .something now in
our and Miami's future."

NOTED CANTOR
TO OFFICIATE


m nt i ae ht e ante n b
Alexander S. Wiessel of Jackcson-
ville has been engaged to chant
the High Holiday services at the

a~i mn, 46dwillO asi Rab J-
nah E. Caplan during the Holi-

daabbi Wiessel was for the past
two years Cantor and Rabbi at
jthe ..Jewish ..Community ..Centre,
Jacksonville, ands has a splenode

for his ability as a Cantor.

1018ESIDENT PUPILS WILL
DiV THITIAH TO SC O
Nonresident pupils entering


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so s. u e a s o the reception
will appear in our next week's is-
sue.

HIGH HOLIDAY PLANS
ARE MADE FOR MIAMI
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i~ewaboys Band.
At noon there will be a lunch-
eon for 20~0 persons wKith Mr. How-
ey ase guest of honor '
Mr .Howejl appears in Santord
as the result of an invitation frotn


the Seminole County Chamber of Plans for the High Holiday ser-
Commerce, a likte invitation hav" vices at Miami's synagogues in-
Ing also been extended David clude the usual traditional services
Sholtz, democratic candidate for with added features to make the
governor, to speak at a later date. High Holiday observance more im-
Ipressive than in the past. At the


bioe-a .n chuman s.'" Rabbb a sse
Evageline Booth sa~ys things atre ~bY prominent cantors who will
setting better. She ought to know. chant the Shachris and 1Musof ser-
She is head of the one organfiz- Ivices. On Yom KBippur and Rosh
tion in the world that is closest Hashone special Chidren's services
to lunan suffering. That is the will be conducted by Rabbi Cap-
The Salvto Army reaches At Beth David Congregation,
down to the lowest strata of hu- Rabbi Carl Press will be in charge
mnanity. It ideals with human be- assisted by Cantor Louis Hymatn
ings as individuals in trouble. Its and the schedule of services will
officers know better than anyone be announced next week.
else. when times are hard and At Temple Israel, Rabbi Jacob
when they are easier. So when H. Kaplan will be in charge with
Miss Booth says that things are Rabbi A. 8. Kleinield, directing
getting better, I, personally, would the~ choir and musical program. .
place more reliance upon her re- At Beth Jacob Congregation,
port than on those of all the Miami Beach, Rabbi L. Aztelrod
economists and statisticians in wil be in charge, with the well-
the world. The demands upon the known Cantor Boris LSchlachman,
Salvation Army for help are an who has just returned from a Con-
accurate barometer of human ne- ced;t tour, in charge of the ritual
cessities. chanting.


s


. man, 011 m&B
everyone realize~
eof the average
is not in the least
the ancient Greek
tushave been pre-
tiquity. But it wis
....l to me' **
-hne.pot-bel.
odlin the Ameri-
of Natural History
nsthe average
male of today.
fastook the aver-
nsof 100,000 A-
raon their return
Id ar and have
which, probably,
isthe typical
of twenty-three
Pom an artistic
he is nothing pretty
carries too much
hot 'enough legs to
-the classeial ideal

annothrr ten thop
lulrasbe shuAdrds


A W 0RD T 0 T IIE JE WISH 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 real 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.

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

By Patronialng The Jewish Floridlan you insure a continued, uninterrurpted
Isierie, fair andiarpartial at all times*


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_aurble Glo a ho, speint ser-

It and~i Mrs. S. MQersa~n returned
tor he'l homef Ln Wash~i-- got. D. C.:
last Thund night.


MerJ1son- wo spentz abouttr a mon~tht
r~-tirt~n relfat~e and frledsh in
Nliew York and Ma MaTnd retured
Ito the City- thris w~eek

The Jumo ~Ctcr il- of Jfew;ish
Women is sponsorms a Theat~er
pasry at the Captal Th~eate r hen
Panmes Hursts Back St~reet WA FFF~~~~~FFFFF
be shown on the mght o Sep- j
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pa=r~ts~ o f~35 W Md emm~et~
ati a rcegiani s the Talmurd Tor-
AM; adom'msr *&e ~ ogue
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The m-Ean of the Hebrew ARc-

fak ~int~: vas pos pred beCause
he he;ld ner: Monday Evenin at


acted and Fepons of Pre commit-o
iror th Tenn I':I,~~~~Toujrnm ar
beng madei by A J. Reasman.
chama o -'he Ru~Le Commi3i~ttee
It aD consist of two clases. Class
-1 cons~isun of xp,-e'ince play-
e-s and~t Classt B at novices.

In the Miamrri Beach~S Yolley Ball
ore~st, the HebrewCO AUh~ef c Club


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September 2nd, 1932


Paire Three


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Cb W~EST PALM BEACH (

Regular Priday night services of
the Congregation Beth Israel are
held on Friday night at the tem-
ple on Broward Avenue with var-
ious members of the Congregation
conducting in the absence of the
Rabbi, Dr. Carl N. Herman.

A joint meeting of the Congre-
gation and Sisterhood Beth El per-
taining to thie high holidays was
held Wednesday night at the
Community House'

Mr. Leon O~runer motored to
Miami Tuesday on business.

Mr. Nathan Goldman of Miami
spent two days here as the guest
of his brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gtoldman of
Florida Avenue.
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Regular weekly card party of
the Sisterhood Beth El was held
Sunday night at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Smith on Sunset
Road. More than sixtfy people en.
joyed the evening. Prizes were
awarded at each table and due to


by Sam Green to assist him in
preparing entertainment for the
vario....uetng. An.........
was made that the next meeting
would be held at the home of Mrs.
May on 27th St. with Miss Sara
Weiner acting as hostess. ]Follow-
ing the meeting cake and punch
were served by the hostess after
which cards and dancing were en.
Joyed until a late hour. Guests for
the evening were Dorothy Zeitlin,
Moses Schupler and ISid S5neider.
Others enjoying the evening were:
Sylvia Feiga, Sylvia Dunn, Sylvia
Rosenberg, Rosalie; Rosenberg,
Bella Goldberg, Sara Weiner, sel-
ma K~arfunkle, Adeline Goldstein,
Ann Dunn, Fannie S~chrebnick and
Simon Schupler, Max Bergman,
Harry Bergman, David Bergman,
Sam Green, Jerry Alexander, Har-
ry Goodmaker, Sam LewisonI and
George Greenberg and Alex Go0ld-
berg.

Mr. an9 Mrs. Leo Rader of
Northwood and Belle G~lade retur-
ned to the city after a two month's
leave. While away they visited
New York, Chicago and St. Louis,
where they combined business and
pleasure.
Prnu Tony Senerl. 43~ Germnan


A much-married man had ar-
ranged with his wife that they
should spend their holidays sep-
arately.
O nthe eve of the wife's depart-
ure, she asked, fussily. "Wi~hen does
my train go exactly, John?"
A trifle tactlessly he answered,
"In three hours, twenty eight min-
utes and sixteen seconds."

"Rather polished girl, Jean,
don't you think?"
"Very. Everything she says,
casts a reflection on somebody."

The only impending car short-
age is the one that will be obsery-
ed on the college campuses this
year.

The skyscraper was predicted bF
the fellow who said, "There will
always be room at the top."

Once we didn't want taxes with-
out representation. Now we don't
either, if the later ise the sort plro-
vided by Congress.

"You are charged with selling
adulterated milk," said the Judge.
''orhonor, I plead no guilty."

i 25 pe ent water "
it ihmer, ic terposed counsel, "if
your honor will look up the word
'milk' in your dictionary YOU will
find it contains from 80 to 90 per
cent water. My client should have
sold it for cream."

Coleslaw--That new maid is cer-
tainly quiet. One would never
know she was about, the place.
Mrs. C.--She isn't. She left ~this
morning.

G~assaway--Dd you rescue your
poor friend who wks captured b7
the cannibals?
Blowhard--Unfortunately when
I arrived he had already been
scratched off the menu.

Eusebina-tt ~us sit neareir the
music.
Custis--But then you can't hear
what I'm saying to you.
Eusebia--Yes, I know. Come a-
ong.

Nitt--In Europe, they are now
sending milk by airplane.
WCitt--Yes, they say you can
get it from either Cannes or Cowes

Our worst fears concerning the
"gentlemen's agreement"' at Lau-
sanne were unfounded. ApparentlF
the boys aren't going to hit the
R. F. C. for a loan at all.

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

A scientist says the world will
come to an end; in 100,000,000
years. If so, it would bring it to j
a Quadrennial campaign year, per.
haps making it less noticeable.

Candidates just getting in on
the wet side of the controversy are
dumbfounded to learn how many
are sharing in the riparian rights.


Parmersr' wives never strike, as
they haven't the time.

An author, relating his early
strussles in Paris, ears he was a
gear without iresh lInen. one can
always borrow a bit at shalk,
though, to make a note on a ORi.


MORNING
Blanket spread upon the beach,
Books within my laz~y reach,
Sea-gulls swoop and soar on high,
White against an azure sky.
NOON
Plunging inthe cool, blue sea,
Feeling young again and free,
Dining where the scent of pine
Stimulates the air like wine.
NGIGHT
Sailing neathh the golden moaon,
Hearing just the sea's soft croon,
Canopy of stars unfurled--
Dreaming in a magic world.

Destiny, to the average citizen,
is something he has to meet; the
first of every month.

The "absence makes the heart
grow fonder"
And "distance lends enchantment
to the view,"
I don't advise that you should
wander
If you would keep your love for-
ever true.
There is another way for you to
stay
Forever in love's heady essence.
Remember that the girls today
Will always love your presents.

"Do y like to e oa
smoke?'ou ose oa
"'If she doesn't drop sparks on
the table cover," answered Miss
Cayenne. Some women smoke as
a habit. The objectionable smokers
are those who are in a constant
state of experimental nervous-
Iness."'

A new weighing machine in En-
gland is so sensitive that it will
show the difference in weight
caused by writing on a piece of
paper. We can ~easily see thatf the
signature on a, check, for example,
might make a difference of s~ev-
eratl pounds.

Poverty may blunt our other
senses, but it sharpens the taste.

Too true, a lie often cripples
when a cannon would be ine~ffee-
tive.

The baggage master checks your
trunk and the physician checks
your grip.

Of course it was a woman who
said, "An honest man is the lone-
liest work of God."

Men never overlook a chance to
take a vacation, but it's different
wsith the gas and electric meter.

A base ball crank says that it
takes more than the bleachers to
remove stains from the umpire's
record.

Wishbones, rabbits' felet ~and
dolls.were among the mascots car-
ried by Olympic contenders. In
deference to world amity, however,
the horseshoe in the boxing glove
was proscribed as a chafmn

It seems to have been no joke,
about h Sdkcma goin alone
recently made an A'tlantic solo
hop, leaving his bride of threep
weeks on the abore.

The Prench Academy of Meddi-


cine has oi~icially decided that
M~ains is 8arer than hand-Shak-C
ins, and anyr goungC fellowr whe's
darned tool enugh to put safet
are~ in sluch maitter can eshe hi
tha~nk to the FrenLh Acadesb o
Medicine.


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Volume 5.--Number 36
Friday, September 2nd, 193ty. _


the fact that Tom Smith, our lo-
cal Jewish bakter was host, unusualrecsadpuyndm brof
delicious refreshments were served teSca eortcpry s
one of the best known women poll-
including cheese cake and coffee
cake. ticians in Germany.
Reently an o~ponent referred


WIE WONDERR

A reader writes: "Some months
o a neat card was tossed into
e ar, advertising a new place
er eders could be repaired
ael fa d properly. I kept the
rd and after a while decided to
over to have some of the marks
a hard winter ironed out. To
r surprise I found a large truck
cked up to the door and *men
sy moving out machinery.
'When I located the proprietor
.d told him my mission, he said,
,h, but you have come too late.
vtaited and few came. I could do
od work but had to quit for I
a no longer pay ,the rents'-
"It was sorry that I came too
;e. It would have been just as
avenient for me to have come
clier. And it made mb think
at maybe that is what is wrong
th conditions todaf*
"Maybe a lot of ps are postpon-
r the things that we should have
fie ~today"w~v ichc world -mean the
e-blood of some enterprise that
equipped to give honest service,
some institution without which
e community cannot exist.
I'Possibly by overcoming just a
110 of our negligence and con-
Fvatism, we could do a whole lot
wadkeeping the wheels turn-

We wonder whether this could
tbe a lesson to us Miamians.
hyewe are postponing the very
Inswe should have done today.
purchase of just a little thing
)W and not when the season
inwould certainly help things

ndwe wonder if the same
ngdoes not apply with refer-
ceto Miami's Jewish institu-
s.Just now when the Syn3a-
kues, Welfare institutions, Cem-
ryassocations are so badly in
ed of funds, we are postponing
ir aid. But it may be too late.
Stitch in time saves nine," is
true and aged adage, but as ap-
Icable today as ever before in
story. A dollar expended with
lur merchants, a dollar contribu-
cl towards the Welfare organi-
tions and Synagogues will be of
ach more value than many times
at some distant day off. It maF
en be too late
We wonder, if it isn't our too
neervative conservatlam that's
eping tas down in the month.
Id worrying.
Just a little buobin up, a Uttle
acing up, a little les worrying
Ld more obserfiblaces and reaLl"'
Ition, and urhrassumean woM 5
tter oh.


th he i ebat as "i Sepxag-
is a fighting word to Prau Sender.
She immediately sued for slander.
The decision rendered by three
Berlin judges was to the effect
that it is no slander in the Ger-
man reich to accuse a lady of pos-
sessing sex appeal, "but the ex-
pression is infelicitous and not in
very good: taste."
Frau Sender took the decision
hard. "This is a curse!" she shout-
ed. "?I am outraged!i"

A woman writer says that mis-
chief causes dimples. Some people
are under the impression that
dimples cause mischief.

A Chicago owner of a kennel of
pug dogs will try to restore the
breed to popularity. Humorists
are cheerfully lending a ha-ndas
a pug dog is always good for a
wheeze.

A cocktail named the "Prince's
Shirt" has appeared on Biarritz
mars. No doubt it is tastier than
a local concoction sometimes re-
ferred to as the Motorman's Glove.


Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dickrson of
520 Hampton Road, returned to
the city after an absence of two
months spent in New York and
Brooklyn*

Miss Muriel Rosenwald returned
Sunday morning atter a three
months absence. ]During her trip
she visited Berlin, Paris, Carlsbad,
Itally and various other points of
interest.

Mr. Ben Ryder returned to the
city after a month's absence dur-
ing which time he visited New
York and Saratoga Springs.

Mr. and Mdrs. Max Greenberg
and daughter Yetta, of Lake
Worth, returned from New York
and the mountains -where- _they
havie been for the last month.

The regular weekly meeting of
the P. B. Hebrew Assn. met at
the home of Miss Fannie Schr~eb-
nick, 414 Eighth St. At this time
a discussion on a new name for
the club was held. Alex Goldberg
and Sylvia Dunn were appointed


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

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

JUST SEND YOUR SNAPSHOT OR PHOTOGRAPH

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.
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deck of cards within ten days. Or send $1.00 for set of cards

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Second Roommate--What golf
soks ?
First Roommat -The one with
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,iew Englaond is almost incredi-
bly prosperous in comparison Tith
less fortunate sections. The town
of Orleans, Vermont, put up its
poor-house for sale, and some mn n
there wass rish enough to buy a
poor-house.

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



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SO 'I TY setmed jafter pndimng a vacartion at ser-
Until the streams of life are fl~-ied eral months in New York and ur-
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The social activities dat eth tone of the diner bell. ;AMAZING.Olympic receipts
Dlavid for the coming Pall season The most amazing statement I
will begin with a dance at its Tal- Mrs. Charles Cohen and ss a vese npitinyasi ht
mu~d Torah Ball next Sunday eve-. were visiting her parents, Mr. and the Olympic Games Committee
nring. September 4th. This is the Mrs. F. N Imv~ine of 1000 N. WR. hseog oe nhn r
first of a number of social evlen'ts 10th Avenue, left for her home izz M nrcit t a akte
that the Adminstration Commit. San Antonio, Texas. by steamer milon dollars which the state of
tee is npanningr to bring the awmem. last Tuesday evening. During their C'alifornia lent in 1927 to finance :
bers of the congregation and their stay here they were the guests of h rprtosfrtegeti-
Me'inds into closer social relation. honor at a number of affairs give the rnpatinlathleti tournament i
ship. Music and refreshments will for them by their relatives and d o v neb flr l
be provided and no charge of any friends here. Id o vr M
heard of a state or a government
kmd wil be made. c ori aywa bsre d n getn back any money that it

Mi~ssBessi 14ritt. the daughter by members of Emunah ChapterhdletAdwataesimoe
of M'L~. and Mrs, L Ritt of this at a celebration held last Wednes-aazn stathrwre8000
City LF visDIIn friends and rela- day evening as the home of Mir. paid admissions to tim Olympic
tire m Atanta. Ga. and will and Mrs. George; Griffith. Durring g ames mM thsgar of deps
spend a breif vacation there. the evening a paper prepared by rei~
D~avid L. Golde. worthy patron of It all oes to show that Cal-i-
The Mdisss ~Syviari and Helen the chapter was read on the life fornia is a wrsooderful state, and
IrviFn of ALa~~nta. Ga.. who were and accolmpishments of Robert that there are stil1 some sports- '
sPendmg theor vacation in Mi~ami Morris. loving people with moner left in
Beach. returned to their honel ;the world.
lass week. Mr. Har~okI~ Berket left Thursday *
~night to enter the University of The best way to kill a falsehood
Mbr. Louis levits returned to Cincinatti far a full course in Aet- i to let it lie.
rfhis myi suis week on the s. s.ronautical eng~ineerPing.


Mahawk after spendingt three
modehs in wlape rcr he visit-
ed relatives and friends in Poland,
Russia and other cities at the
cnrinent.


Beth Jaob Syn~eotoge. M~ami
-ec.rtre to th ciO ti
wReek after atnabsence of several
months spent in the Norh He
risited Sharon Springs. Pall~s-
burgh. 'tTak rla Ph~ildelphia.
New Yark. Washing~ton and Sar.
ana~h.

The latest Pari~sian wrhim is to
use ultra3-lagep safety; nfs n place
of bct'oe.s though somet wIl thint i
the wFeatherr a MtX cose yet for a



thbe dfumb anrd u-r~esouxrceful sce-
rists se tryin to learn th~e secret
of the are~i TIheir met~hod is to
subje male atoms to the third
dpegre Didn't i ever occur to
them to earmsdrop when a coupe
of female atoms are taIkingP to-
res~he- ?

A singnga beart a often know
~11ae hash of sornro's cold re-i

Andf lip that hump a constant sm( ~
can taste the bitacrns o r pain
And feer he canI at frequent rain.
But singing hands can not be sam1: j
'the~re's always little things to d~
Ch~rysanthemumsto gather in a
When Antumn 's treah gro ws
sharrp and thm.




Have mrade so nman hearts a song
To echo through the ~Pis
r~oas!


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