The Jewish Floridian

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The Jewish Floridian
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
August 8, 1930
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;


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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IHE Federal Government has be-
gun an active campaign against
ise, fraudulent and misleading
Ivertising. The Federal Trade
missionn has announced a policy
! holding newspapers and maga-
nes responsible equally with the
One result has been the cleaning
p of the advertising columns of
e less responsible publications in
le past few months. Another
suit has been to send advertis-
g frauds, especially medical
lacks, into radio broadcasting.
Sooner or later broadcasting will
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Miami, Florida, Friday, August 8, 1930

Returns Triumphant

Mrs. Helen Wills Musody, w,, ,
champion tennis player, phot
graphed on her return from h
European victories.

Loses Bride But
Finds His Fait

ve uo be reguiaeo, 0oo. Perf Aguda, a prominer
IGARETTElawyer of Barcelona, Spai
who was engagedto a prone
HE prejudice against cigarettes inent member of a Cathol
seems to have practically dis- family was surprised to r
appeared. The report of the Bu- ceive a letter from the Da
au of Internal Revenue for the ents of his bride urging hi
ear which ended on June 30th to break the engagement b
st, shows the largest consump- cause of the discovery the
on of cigarettes in history, nearly though he had been a devoid
ne hundred and twenty billion of Catholic all his life, vet h
em having been sold during the ancestors were Jews, and the
ear. That is an average of 1,000 did not want Jewish blood
cigarettes a year for every man, their family. The engagemel
oman and child in the United was broken. An investigate
showed that during Ow171
he !idea that cigarette smoking sht-wed that during h i'n
More injurious to health than century an ancestor Don Pe
he use of tobacco in other forms off, had been mayor of ti
Still held in some quarters, but town of Palma, though
medical men generally do not take prominent Jew. Whether 1
very seriously.. met death at the hands of ti
Cigarette smoking by women is t death at the hands of t
ow commonplace, though until Inquisition has not yet be(
he war there was only one res- determined.
urqnt in New York that permit- Senor Aguda applied to tl
ed women to smoke within its Jewish community to becon
alls. a Jew and will remain a men
OLITICS ber of the Jewish fait.
FTER all the sound and fury Though he lost a bride,
over the ratification of the oun at
aval Reduction treaty, just nine
senators voted against it. Pla ih H l-
By the noise they made, and the l Hih H li
mount of space which the news- day Servie H r
apers gave to the opponents of day & rvices Her
he treaty, most people were ex-
ecting if not defeat of the treaty, E 1 a b o r ate arrangement
t least a verv close vote. In .

ashington everybody knew bet-
r. There never was any real
doubt that the treaty would be rat-
fied. All the uproar was merely
personal and partisan politics.
The trouble with two-thirds of
he so-called "news" that comes
out of Washington is that it is
misleading. It gives the' impres-
sion that little meh are big men,
that their words are intended to
be taken seriously.

OME Building is on the in-
crease, according to the Home
DwnersInstitute of America. Re-
gions where there has been nol
shortage of housing facilities are
now beginning to feel a demand
ror new homes.
This is a particularly favorable
ime in which to build a house, the
Institute states, Building mater-
ials are lower than at any time
since 1922 and financing compan-
ies, savings banks and other mon-
y-lending institutions are asking
more liberal loans for home build-
ing, and on easier terms.
Practically every new home is
uilt with borrowed money. Most
people hold that it is better to
iave a "permanent" mortgage on
mne's home than to own it free
sad- lear. H mast comuuaitiea it
is to st property with a
de is less f the houoe
.r's individual p t AI
into ash 1 an e wif y.

are being made for tne Hig
Holiday services by Beth Al
raham Congregation. Accor(
ing to present plans, a prom
nent Cantor will be engage
to conduct the services at or
of Miami's large halls.
Beth Abraham, though li
tle known, is the oldest stric
ly Orthodox Congregation (
Greater Miami, and has coi
ducted services regularly e
ery Friday and Saturday fe
a number of years, in a sma
Synagogued owned by it, an
attended regularly, lby i
members. During the winter
season it attracts considerable
attendance from winter tou
ists to this district.

Bnai Brith Plans
Initiation Dinne
At the regular weekly lui
cheon of the Bnai Brith, hel
last Wednesday at the Pali
tial Kosher Restaurant, plan
9or the daitiation tI e hel
y ,ere a
for a jper to b

Price 5 Cents

Sa! lodge and will b featred the staff of the old company Fnman, Fm A.
e by nevel winterte h wU be with. the -GuardP
4n egie Alag consistrst o though one of the Budilan,
SWbiad nan m I. sl will be ia t she IA Al Dia and
> Will mm r oran Oscar Poller.


Rabbi Resigns Minister to Norway
Beth David Pulpit JEWISH NEWS
Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld, THROUGHOUT
who has been Rabbi of Beth FLORIDA
David Synagogue for the past
two years, tendered his re-I
signation to the officers of COCOA, FLA.
the Congregation last week, Isadore Rubin, prominent
to take effect immediately, Jewish merchant of this city,
and will leave Miami Sunday who was a member of the
morning by motor for New Elks Delegations to the Con-
York City, his new field of vention at Atlantic City, re-
endeavors where he shortly turned last week.
expects to occupy a pulpit.
Rabbi Weisfeld, a graduate DAYTONA BEACH, FLA.
of the Isaac Elchanan Theo- Ge M. Cohen of the
Logical Seminary, came to Mi Hoffman Philip, who has been City Water Department is in
ami in September, of 1928 at representing the U. S. in Persia, the Halifax hospital suffering
e, the call f the Congregation has been transferred by the Presi- from a serious illness.
to succeed" Rabbi Murray A. dent to a cooler climate. ,
Alstet, resigned. During his Herbert M. Davidson, edi-
incumency, Rabbi Weisf Jewish Lawyer tor of the News-Journal, left
re-established and enlarged e ishtoof eNewsorn e
h the Beh David unaylast week for New York where
SSchool, and organized the Tal- Obtains Franchise Mrs. Davidson has been at-
mud Torah. At first the Tal- tendng the Vassar Institute
nt mud Torah and the Sunday George J. Rosenthal, popu- of Eugenics. They will return
n, School occupied quarters at lar Jewish attorney of this in about two weeks.
n- the old Miami High school city, was awarded a franchise LLE,
!ic building, later going into its by the Monroe County Comn- JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
e- own Talmud Torah building missioners at Key West, for Julius Hirschberg, promi-
m which was built largely as a the construction of toll nent communal leader died
e- result of the efforts of Rabbi bridges across the unsannedhere as the result of a severe
at Weisfeld. Teachers were en- ter gaps n the Overseaheat attack. Hirshberg, who
ut gaged and considerable prog- Highway between No Nam was 72 years old, was a resi-
is ress in Jewish education made and Lower Matecumbe Keys, dent of Jacksonville since
;_ in Miami as a result of this to cost about thirteen million 1908 having prior to that time
t work. doll M R thal at Lake Jackson and Talla-
n He organized the Bar Mitz- ars. r. Nsen l ree-hassee, where he was promi-
Sva: Boys Club, which iiet-re-' set N roman d net asn a tobac rowe
r- gularly every Sunday for ser- $500,000 within ix months, was the organizer and first
he vices and breakfast. He also 0 ad will begin construction president of the United Jew.
a organized the Adult Bible within ninety days after post- ish Charities of Jacksonville,
he Class which he conducted, as ing the bond. The work must a director of the Duval Coun-
he well as a public speaking class. becompleted within three ty Community Chest, advis-
en During the winter season he years, and tolls will be charg- ory committee Boy's Home;
conducted classes for adults ed for 40 years after which Chairman for the state of
he in "Ayin Yaakov." He organ- the property will belong to Florida for the American
ie ized the "Sinai" Club at the thppety to Jewish Relief Committee, War
n- Miami High School for Jew- Mr. Rosenthal better known Relief Campaigns, a member
h. ish boys' and girls to over- as "Doc among his clients he Florida Executive Co
ie come the effect of non-Jewish' and friends has the degree of mittee for the United War
religious propaganda conduct-M. I'D., though he has never Work campaign, and Jewish
ed there. His efforts resulted practiced the profession. He Welfare Board; of the Young
in the establishment of a is a member of many frateru Mens Hebrew Association, of
course in Jewish history, at al and civic organization, Temple Ahavath Chesed, Elks
e the University of Miami,, both Jewish and non-Jewish. Masons, Bnai Brith and many
which he conducted during other civic and fraternal or-
ts the past year. He took an ac- N T t ganizations.
rh tive part in general communal N W TruSt
b-affairs and was Honoraryw O TALLAHASSEE, FLA.
d- Vice President of the local pany Now Opn Ban Gilberg returned from
Zionist District and of the New York City where he
ad Jewish Welfare Dureau. Liquidation of the Biscayne spent some time.
.o He was honorary president Trust Company subsidiary of
of the Chesed Shel Emes and the defunct Bank of Bdy Bis- TAMPA, FLA.
t- of the Bikur Cholim. cayne was started last week Mrs. I. Z. Kessler was host
t- He will continue graduate with the opening of the at a birthday party for her
of work at the Columbia Univer- Guardian Trust Co., controll- son Arthur last week at
n sity and at the Yeshiva Col- ed by the J. C. Penney- which twenty little guests
v- lege in New York, as well as Gwinn interests. This group were present. Games were
Ir engaging in journalistic work, has shown its intense interest played and refreshments ser-
1l and in the preparation of a in Greater Miami by its City ved. Assisting Mrs. Kessler,
Id number of works on Jewish National Bank in Mami, the was her mother, Mrs. M. Hen-
ts Education for one of the most recently formed Cty Bank of ry Cohen.
hr prominent Jewish publishing Miami Beach and now by the *
le houses in the country, in ad- Guardian Trust Co. Mr. Mor- The Y. M. H. A. Fishing
er edition to the duties of the pul- gan S. McCormick is presi- club held an all day outing on
rpit which he will occupy. dent of the new trust corn- the yacht "Benetta" last week
He was the guest of honor pany and "a trust company and a splendid time was had
last Sunday night at a fare- doing a strictly trust busi- by all. The party who report-
well reception 'tendered him ness" is the proper descrip- ed a splendid catch was m
by the Bar Mitzva Boys Club, tion of the new concern ac- charge of Dan Wegman, A. S.
r and is the guest of honor at a cording to its president. "The Fineman and Louis Stein-
farewell banquet being given unraveling of the affairs of berg. Others in the party
i- him by the Ladies Auxiliary the old Biscayne Trust Co. were: Harry Kotler, Dave
d as we are going to press, at will be our first trust" the Gordon, I.. Glassman, Sam
a- the Palatial Kosher Restau- president added, '"To that we Edeletein, Louis Simovitz,
*s rant. will devote our best consider- Albert Rosenberg, Oscar Ver-
d -- ation." Several members of kauf, Simon Cooper, Morris



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Jewish Education
Without Judaism
We like the szourd of :th.
note that was heard at the
Conference of the Nationarl
Council for Jewish Educaionr
in New York: Jewish educa-
tion without religion is es-
tranging Jews from Judaism.
There seems to be preval-
ent a form of Jewish educa-
tion that is emphasizing cul-
ture. This is good, but it is
not Jewish religion any more
course in literature, or a
classical course in the univer-
sity is religion.
It does not make Jews. It
makes dilletantes who add
their bit of Jewish culture to
their smattering of French,
Italian, and the classics. It
teaches the mind only, in-
creasing the accumulation of
its knowledge: it does not cul-
tivate spiritual life.
Spiritual life is of religion.
It concerns those graces of
the character, those ethical
ideals, that lofty outlook,
that sense of kinship to re-
ligious prophets by reason of
which it may be said of a


Education is of value only
as it can be given to others.

The child born to tempera-
mental parents--an emotion-
al hysterical mother, a moody
morose father-both lacking
self-control is handicapped
from the beginning. Judge-
ment of him should be tem-
pered with mercy.
"Love is just to give away.
It can't be kept at all."
Dreaming is a pleasant pas-
time. but dreams are not of
much use unless they are ma-

Meal-time holds the great
adventure of the day to the
"-Flowers are the perfect
gift. There'- a smile in every

"The only purely spiritual
act is prayer.
Ar amateur actor, who had
-:is: concluded the part of
Hamlet. said to an old friend
who had been one of the au-
"Sll. old fellow, don't you
feel inclined to congratulate
"Indeed I do." replied his
"May I so far infringe on
mrode,-t as to ask his name ?"
inquired the vainglorious
"Certainly." returned his
friend. "His name is Shakes-
peare, and I heartly congratu-
late him on his unavoidable
absence this evening."
The parson adds one to one
and the sum is one; the di-
vorce judge subtracts one.
from one and two remains.

The Girl-friend says peo-
ple who smoke in bed prob-
ably think they have a sure-
fire way of falling asleep.
Mr. Goodpatter-I'm aston-
ished to see you here. Do you
consider it becoming in a
clergyman to play golf on

There's a notice on the win-
There's a padlock on the door.
There's an air of desolation
Where high revelry reigned
There's a sound of busy foot-
On the pathway to the rear.
There's a gurgling in the
And a smell of alley beer.
There's a bar that's bent and
There's a bowl of crackers,
There's a mirror sadly shat-
And a pot of putrid stew.
There's a phonograph that's
And refuses now to play:
There's a yawning window
When the barkeep went away.

There's a lookout chair that's
There's a dice cup none may
There's a slot machine that's
Never more to win or lose.
There's a punching board
that's resting
With a pad of race horse
In the tank with broken
Where the alley beer still
There's a truck that is not
There's a boat without a
There's a bunch of popeyed
Driving swiftly down the
There are faces oftimes noted
That have vanished from our
There's clamoring for admit-
At the port of missing men.
A woman's love for pickles
seldom sours her disposition.
A man never realizes how
little he knows until a small

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The traffic light flashed red, and the big car
short. The car behind it brushed the front car's f
Nothing of any importance. Just a bump.
Instantly, the driver of the first car was on the pa
No one could bump him with impunity. He'd show the
I stopped to watch the performance, and the action of
other driver gave me a smile. Mild and innocent, he sat.
did not turn his head. He never said a word.
When the traffic light flashed green he stepped on the
and moved away. His angry accuser had to climb back i
his driver's seat, and before he could get going angry ho
were blowing all around him.
He had the satisfaction of his outburst, but the sil
man won.
Years ago I received a very bitter letter. The writer w
wrong in his facts and unjustified in his tone.
I carried the letter around in my pocket. Several times
started to dictate a hot reply. Then I would think of soa
thing meaner and decide to wait and try again.
On the third morning I had an inspiration. "The mot
paralyzing answer I can send to this man is no answer at all,
I said to myself. "What is he doing all this time? Look
eagerly in every mail to find my letter. Planning out in
mind the things he will say in reply. Mentally lashing
to the mast."
"And I am going to disappoint him. I'm going to leave
him there, all bottled up, stewing in his own juice."
Peace came over me. I never thought of the man again
It's not an original idea. John D. Rockefeller, in his
younger days, was working away at his desk one afternoon
when a man rushed into the office and began to denounce
him in violent terms.
Mr. Rockefeller leaned back and listened as if to a story
of fascinating interest. He did not utter a word.
Presently the man exhausted himself, and walked out,
looking rather foolish. Mr. Rockefeller quietly picked up his
pen and went on with his work.
There is a very wise old verse which reads: 'The meek
shall inherit the earth."
Is it tide? Look-around you. The meek do not nttakt
spectacular showing. They lose many opportunities to an-
nounce their rights, and defend their honor, and show what
tough fellows they are.
But they certainly do inherit.




man, "He is a Jew." Sunday. boy begins to ask him ques- Speaking plainly, "bellyache." Fifty years ago. a patient
The fundamental of the The Rev. Mr. Lynx-No, I tions. complaining of it was jollied a bit,-finally given a good
Jewish identity is Jewish re- don't. That's why I gave up "swig" of castor oil, which generally subdued the villain, a1
ligion, not art which is called my pulpit. True domestic happiness is closed the incident happily for all concerned.
Jewish or other cultures that '. founded upon the rock of a A volume mght be-indeed many have been-written oX
are called Jewish. "Jewish Mr. Spenditt You have cradle. abdominal pain; there is no more important symptom in tW
art" will not prevent inter- overdrawn my account 400. category of human ailments than this.
marriage but Jewish religion What do you mean by being A famous author's prefer- It may mean a most serious process starting up; the
is the anchor that has held so careless? ence for that strident color physician knows this-the patient may not. Given a womut
the Jew fast to his people in Mrs. Spenditt Well, the red, may have been born with and a child, both suffering from pain in the same locality;
all the times. Religion has bank's advertisement showed him, for his hair was a fiery the cause of distress in each may be far from similar, w
been the preservation of Jew- that their resources are over red. On day, showing a young demand entirely different treatment. The day of hit-or-misn
ish life. $1,000,000. lady over his library, he said medication has gone.
Let us have Jewish culture to her, "You see, my walls The sufferer with abdominal pain, ute or chronic. should
by all means but far more let Fashionable women in Eu- are red, my tablecloth is red, consult, the family physician the very first thing; take no
the emphasis be on Jewish rope are having miniature my floor-carpet is red, my ,medicine whatever until he advisesit Many a life has be
religion. Let us have teachers landscapes painted on their window blinds are red, my lostby the delay caused by tryingout really trong medicine
of Jewish culture but even finger nails. When thus de- curtains are red." "Yes, I that are "purely vegetable," and ar in thefamily m i
more let us have also as corated, their intense love of see," said the visitor, "and chest.. Some of these contain strong portions of sloes,
teachers illuminated men and art causes them to exercise what a pity it is that your phyllin, belladonna, and the like-that should never be t
women, spiritual beings, to of- the greatest caution about books aren't read too." without a capable physician's advice.
fer this finer light to the getting their hands into dis- The day of strong purgation to "stir the liver"
Jewish chile. water, etc. His Father-Your medical thing of thepast. The medicine that Hli t 6rs
education cost me a lot of an errant digestive tract may get re may set
The small delivery boy was A woman grows old just money and I don't see that trouble that it will cost many dollars d toli
bringing groceries to a new about as gracefully as she you're making anything out Tere are a few medi are kon o b
customer, and had encounter-i climbs a fence. of it. but more harm can be done by trl a ha eot at
ed a huge dog in the yard. The Young M. D.-But I abdom'nhaml an do t e bfa y mtakica chatsneshan in
"Come in," said the lady of' Sometimes an amateur vo- am. I write my own prescrip- other condition tha e fily me dicine t
the house, "he doesn't bite." calist loses his voice and the tions and dodge the speed] astor oil and tntine for mat everthi s btin
The boy still hung back. neighbors live peacefully ever laws every night by merely days of apendictiand Bright's diem ag
"Does he swallow?" after. showing my professional card. dangerwu abj.a



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, August 8, 1930


Albert E. Rosenthall
ined at her home, 8101
Save., Miami Beach,
ay evening for members
e Fortnightly Book Re-
club. Mrs. Harry Wein-
reviewed "Heritage," by
C. Feld.
ends of Mrs. Herbert E.
ian will be interested to
of her recovery from a
us illness and that she
w convalescing at the
East hospital, 112 E.
street, New York City.
Kleiman, who is an ac-
club worker, is vice-pres-
of the Sisterhood of the
>le Israel.
. and Mrs. Sydney Bes-
are making their home at
Sorolla avenue,- Coral

and Mrs. Leonard Ep-
returned last week from
week's trip which in-
d the Carolinas, Lake
ge, Canada and Atlanta.
Goldsboro, N. C., they
guests of Mr. Epstein's
nts. They are spending a
days with Mr. and Mrs.
ngler, 1744 S. Miami ave.
iami Junior Hadassah
scored a dance at Carter's
last Wednesday night,
quite a large number of
younger set were present.
committee in charge in-
ed Miss Harriet Corn,
SSarah Kohn, Miss Evelyn
ison and Miss Sylvia Ray-
rs. Selma Corin and baby
ew York City a sister of
Max Halpern of this city
visiting here and will leave
home early next week af-
having spent about two
ks here. She is stopping
SMr. and Mrs. Sam Mar-
rs. Selma Corin was the
t of honor at a bridge en-
ainment, given by Mr. and
Sam Marcus, last Sun-
evening. Quite an enjoy-
evening was spent and
es were awarded for the
Scores. At a late hour a
cal "milchige" meal with
ntzes" etc., was served.
ong those present were
and Mrs. Meyer Fried-
, Mr. and Mrs. J. Schon-
,Mrs. R. Beck, Mr. and
.Sam Myerson, Mr. Ed
f, Mr. and Mrs. Max Hal-
, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mar-


Seisfeld, who is leaving the last Tuesday afternoon, Rab-
S T city. After the boys, were bi Israel H. Weisfeld. Quite a
S gathered, the president of the splendid catch was reported.
C Club Milton Friedman, pro- *
posed a toast to the Rabbi Mr. Harry Green, a well-
cus and the guest of honor, which was drunk by all. Al known furniture merchant of
Mrs. Selma Corin. Mack, the first president of this city, is at his home re-
the Club then spoke and des- covering from injuries re-
Mrs. A. Daum returned last cribed the influence exercised ceived in an auto collision last
Tuesday to Miami after hav- over the boys by the rabbi and Friday, when he was badly
ing spent her vacation in the expressed tne appreciation of bruised and injured.
north. all for the work he had done a *
f or them. The boys then pre- Mr. Rubin Wolpert is now
Miss Lena Weinkle left by sented a program prepared recovering from illness result-
the SS. Algonquin, for New for the evening at the close ing from an injury received
York City where she will of which Rabbi Israel H. inan automobile accident re-
spend her vacation. Weisfeld responded in an ad- cently.
dress in which he delivered a *
message to the boys, and ex- Mrs. L. Vangilder, acting
Mr. and Mrs.I. Rothman, pressed his regret at parting president of the Ladies Aux-
who motored here on a tour from them. The affair was p ent of the Ladies Aux-
through the South are viit-from them. The affair was iliary of the Talmud Torah,
ing th the Southns Dr. andre visit- held at the La Veeda Apart- will leave this coming week to
ing their cousins Dr. and Mrs. inents, Mi mi Beach, which will leave this coming week to
A. D. Halpern and will leave nents,MiamiullBeach, which visit relatives in Jersey City.
the latter part nf this week be tifuly decorated She will be accompanied by
on their r return home to New evening. The commit- her two children and will re-
York.n their return home to New tee in charge consisted of turn sometime in October.
York Frederick K. Shochet and
Mrs. Alex Goldstein and Martin Wucher, to whom the Mr. Harry Lipnitz, well-
children returned to Miami thanks of all the boys were known lawyer, and president
after having spent some time expressed for the splendid wa of the local Zionist district is
in the north. in which the affair was pre- leaving today for Chicago on
the evening carried on. During a combined business and
Mr. Ben Kohl returned to the evening cake, fruits, var- pleasure trip during which
Mr. Ben Kohl returned to ious goodies and ice cream pleasure trip during which
Miami after a motor tour to were served to the boys A time he will also visit Pitts-
New York, Cleveland and oth- beautifully decorated cake burgh and New York City.
er points North, on a combin- with the inscription "Our b i^^
ed pleasure and business trip. Rabbi" was presented with
the compliments of the Gold-
Mr. S. Waldman and family strom Bakery, as were someU NE
are spending a three week's cookies by the New York f1)s.os .o a spps .oo ss sg o
vacation at Saratoga Springs, Bakery. In bidding the Rabbi
N. Y., prior to returning to farewell many of the boys L. (Pop) GERSON
Miami. were in tears. Among those Buyer of All Kinds of Scrap Metal
present were: Abe Berkowitz, We Sell Auto Parts
Mrs. B. Kandle will leave Al Mack, Herman Mack, Max 2141 N. W. SECOND AVE.
Miami for a visit to her home Shemer, Milton Friedman, Phone 20621
in Washington to see her re- Louis Berner, Martin Wuch-
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The members of the Bar
Mitzva Boys Club were hosts
at a reception last Sunday
night in honor of the founder
of the Club, Rabbi Israel H.

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Page 3

The Ladies Auxiliary of
the Talmud Torah will hold
one of its regular card parties
on the lawn of the home of
Mr. M. Rosen, 1643 N. W. 1st
street, next Tuesday evening,
August 12th, and all are urg-
ed to attend. Prizes will be
awarded and refreshments
will be served. Admission will
be fifty cents per person. Mrs.
R. Beck, Mrs. I Tannenbaum
and Mrs. Sadye Rose will act
as the hostesses for the even-
Mr. and Mrs. I. Levin, ac-
companied by their children
will leave this coming week
for Rocky Mount, N. C.,
where Mr. Levin will remain
for a short time and then re-
turn to Miami. Mrs. Levin
and children will continue to
visit relatives in Baltimore,
Md., and will remain there
until October, when they will
return to Miami, stopping en
route at their former home
Roanoke, Va. Mr. Levin is
the president of the local Bnai
Brith lodge and Mrs. Levin
has been active in the Miami
Women's Club and other local
organizations being a past
(Continued on Page 4)


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(reg. pharmacist for 17 years)
Cor 22nd Ave. sad 8th St. 8. W.

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Prescriptions Our Specialty
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Phone 81855
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president of the Council of
Jewish Women.
The engagement of Miss
Sadie Silberstein. the daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Silber-
stein of this city to Dr. Max
Pepper, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. A. Pepper of this city.
was announced at Philadel-
phia Pa.. this week. Dr. Pep-
per is now connected with the
Columbia Hospital at Phila-
delphia and Miss Silberstein
is spending her vacation
there. Miss Silberstein is one
of the popular members of
the younger Jewish set and
has been active in Junior Ha-
dassah work. To celebrate the t
event, the parents of both the i
prospective bride and groom
entertained last Wednesday
night at the home of the Sil-
berstein's for a number of the s
immediate friends of the

Mrs. A. Goshen and Mrs.
Jasper Cromer entertained
last Tuesday at the latter's
home. Beacom Manor. in hon-
cr cf Miss Norma Wolf. who
will be married Sunday To
Harold Tobin. The affair was
a bridge tea. and the guest of
honor wore a pa-rern greeS
print frock fashioned along
princess lines.
Prizes were-won by Mrs. M.
Nankin. Mrs. Joseph Cohen.
Mrs. J. H. Katz and Mrs. Wil-
liam Hirsh. A bride's book
was presented to Miss Wolf.
A glass shower and bridge
party was also given for Miss
Wolf Monday evening by Mrs.
J. H. Katz and Mrs. B. Kan-
del. at the latter's home, 414
S. W. Fifteenth avenue. The
prizes were won by -Mrs. J.
Wolf. Mrs. Al Goshen and
Mrs. M. Hodes.
Miss Norma Wolf and Mr.
Harold Tobin whose marriage
will be solemnized this com-
ing Sunday evening will en-
tertain the members -of the
bridal party with a novel
earthquake bridge at the
home of the bride, Thursday
night, as we are going to
press, following which there
will be a late supper.
Tonight Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Hayman will entertain at a
dinner party in honor of Miss
Norma Wolf and Mr. Harold
Tobin, whose marriage will be
an event of next Sunday.

Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Rosen-
thal have moved to their new
home, 810 Euclid ave, where
they will remain for the bal-
ance of the summer.

Dr. A. E. Rosenthal a
known' dentist of this
left for Ft. Screven,

where he will be in active
training as a member of the
Dental Reserve Corps., U. S.
A., for a period of fifteen
days. Upon his return about
August 23rd, he will open his
new offices in the Congress
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Snet-
man and son have returned
from a vacation trip and are
making their home at the
Granada hotel.

By .

The occurence of hundreds of
cases of tetanus in our own coun-
try following Fourth of July injur-
ies and other wounds, make the
prevention of tetanus a most im-
portant subject. The germ re-
,ponsib}e for the disease is. it has
*een said. widely prevalent in the
*oil of our farm lands, horse stab-
es. and in old wood ana rusty
nails especially where the sun-
ight and air have not been per-
nirted :.o enter.
The period fo-llowing the intro-
uction of the infection into the
.odcy before the onset of the
y-mptoms is known as the incuba-
:, d perxicd. The incubation period
anges fro 5 t' days usually 7
sys. A patient ring until the
(n- day has an equal chance for
re.-i-very. and efery day bTeyond the
(r.1 day a tbeer chance :- re-
S-ome -f -hfe 5Vlrptoms tha:
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her of the body that has received
an injury-no matter" how trivial
the injury might appear, a stif-
fening of the abdominal muscles,
stiffening of the muscles of the
jaws accompanied by an occasion-
al yawning, a feeling of lassitude,
some rigidity of the muscles of
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too fatal toamer a
ttet a ater taf
tiW ymtoal the
enormous, and there is
suffmrlai t allow this
develop on eeout of i
lemacm or ladiffere~me
Again I wish to rmpm
punctured wounds, cased
pistaols, br, etc. call a .
to give the chid the trt
protection to which it is
Te treatment, in poor peo
eanmot afford the sernive
privat physician, can be
at no cot from the City D
at the City Hall.

head on the chest and the attempt
oi King is 91 of the neck, sometimes diMffllt
'breathing. We should the mor
;suspect tetanus if there is a his-
tory of a nail punctured wound,
:a wound caused by gun powder,
ior burn.
The best treatment of disease is
the treatment directed toward the
prevention of the disease. A phy-
sician's business is to treat di-
seases or diseased conditions with
a view toward the eradication of
ithe disease, cure, or amelioration
of the symptoms, therefore, when
a child has a nail punctured wound
by all means call in a physician,
Sdo not attempt to 4Xeat the wound
yourself. Tetanus germs cannot
live in pure air or oxygen, there-
I fore, the wound should be opened
and allow oxygen to enter and re-
ceive the proper recognized pro-
phylactic treatment. Finally a suf-
ficient dosage of tetanus antitoxin
jti iD D dI, l9Otjp will be administered that will in
-h a yar ags ll probability prevent the devel-
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