The Jewish Floridian


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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
November 7, 1930
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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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University of Florida
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Building operations in the Unit
States go by fits and starts
)e year there will be a building
om, the next year a depression
e reason is the difficulty oj
financing the spread between
first mortgage money and the
silding owner's capital.
Some Chicago builders have a
an whereby the people concern-
d in the building industry do this
lancing themselves. Contractors
supply manufacturers, dealers in
wilding materials, architects, $nd
bor are to take a part of their
ay in' junior mortgage certifi-
tes, to be paid off in install-
ents. This plan will not reduce
ages or profits, but generally
adopted will make building opera-
ons independent of general fin-
rncial conditions.
Things are moving in the Hoov-
Tr Dam project at Boulder Can-
on on the Colorado River. Power
nes are about to be run to the
ite, to furnish energy for the
handling of the immense masses
stone and concrete which will
required to build the dam. En-
neers are being appointed, plans
ave been made for the town to
house the ten thousand workmen
ho will be employed on the job,
ds have beert asked for some of
he materials which will be first
It takes time to carry out a
great project like this. Five and
me half years is the lowest esti-
mate from the day construction
gins until the great dam' is fin-
d. It takes a lot of time to
epare to begin work.
That is the difficulty about re-
ying upon public works to relieve
sudden stress of unemployment
it takes so much time to plan
em and provide for financing
em that by the time the work
ready to begin the period of
employment may be almost

The announcement by the De-
rtment of Agriculture that the
ederalsugar cane experiment
station at Canal Point, Florida,
s developed a cane which yields
third more sugar to the acre
banany previously known variety
id at the same time resistant
cane diseases, is of importance
0 Pevryone in the United States.
e consume several times as
ch sugar as any other nation in
e world. Our sugar producers
ave had difficulty in competing
ith foreign sources. The sugar
dustryin Louisiana was practi-
l wiped out a few years ago,
Ylant diseases; the Mississippi
lood of 1928 almost finished the
Ab. But the introduction of a
ew type of sugar cane from Java,
known as "P. O. J. 213," has reju-
lated the Louisiana sugar indus-
ry, which is now producing five
nies as much sugar as in 1926.
The new cane developed in Flor-
ia, called "C. P. 708" yields a
n more sugar to the acre of
ne than does "P. O. J. 213."
hat should mean, eventually, both
reduction in cost of sugar to the
Maumner and better profits to the
A Florida man shipped a carload
SOranges to a produce dealer in
nia. The dealer sent the
r a chC loa.. Je
st a invofud a weeetly-I
mated Federal P
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Services at Temple Israel,
Reform Jewish Congregation,
137 N. E. 19th street, will be-
gin at 8:15 p. m. Friday even-
ing. The subject of Dr. Kap-
lan's sermon is "England and
Palestine." The public is in-
vited. The confirmation class
meets every Saturday morn-
ing at 10 o'clock. Religious
school begins at 9:50 Sunday
disclosed the fact that the net
proceeds of the sale of the oranges
was nearer $700 than $250. The
court ordered the dealer to pay
the shipper an additional $463,
with interest, and to pay it before
November 4 or go to jail.
It looks as if there is at last a
way In which shippers of farm
products can get the money due
them. State and local laws don't
protect them; they operate in fav-
or of the local dealer and against
'the -shipper from anther state,
The Federal courts are ot subject
te loal nflueinees, and the new
law seems to banve teeth in it.

Florida, Friday, November 7, 1930

Price 5 Cents

the institution of the Sabbath lin. The Water As yet, these clever
are worthy of this conaidera- Is Pure Ne wYorkers have fouad
tton. We urge the enthusias- The only way to eruia an no way to adulterate the water
tic cooperation of all our egotIt to pay no &ttemti~R thim ve the time! lke we -
mAhbers. to hA I 't built ia a day ...

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r Orthodox Congre-
gation to Banquel

The joint installation Ban
quet of the Orthodox Jewish
Congregation Chesed She
Emes and its Ladies Auxiliary
together with a welcome t(
its new rabbi, Samuel Bi
Grinstein, will be held at th(
G. & R. Restaurant, 403 N
E. 2nd avenue, on Sunday
evening, November 9th, ai
- 7:30 p. m. According to an
. announcement by the chair-
i man. of the Banquet Commit-
Stee, Mr. Max Kupferstein, an
e elaborate program of enter-
e tainment has been prepared.
In addition to the Rabbi who
I will deliver the principal ad-
Sdress of the evening, several
s of the officers will speak. Mr.
Julius Simpson will be the
SToastmaster and Mr. Louis
* Vangilder will install the of-
ficers. At the time of our go-
ing to press reservations were
Coming in rapidly and indica-
tions point to the fact that
many reservations will be re-
fused because of lack of room.

Zionists Will
Hold Meeting

According to an announce-
ment by the officials of the
ocal Zionist District a mass
meeting will be held Sunday
evening, November 9th, at a
place to be announced in
these columns next week. A
protest against the recent ac-
tion of Great Britain in the
issuance of the Lord Pass-
field "White Paper" will be
made and Palestinian condi-
tions of today will be discuss-
ed by a number of prominent
speakers among whom will be
Rabbi Samuel R. Grinstein of
the Orothodox Congregation,
a resident of Palestine for a
long number of years and one
of the Chalutzim who took an
active part in the building of
Palestine. The local Rabbis
will also address the meeting
and an effort will be made to
revive interest in the local

Temple Israel
Holds Services

Quits the Stage Beth David
t -Hears Rabbi

h The usual late Friday night iALOBMA
1 services will be conducted by i1gW V
y .Rabbi S.. Machtei at Beth BY ERNE9T CAM J
SDavid beginning at 8 p. m.
with the Rabbi preaching a NEW YQRK.- Nine months I
e have spent in New York. Yet I
Sermon on "Peace and per- have not eaten more than a half
missilee lies." All are welcome dozen decent meals-and all these
The social hour will follow the atN private homes youd apartments.
I services. Saturday morning what you spend, it seems almost
the regular services will be impossible to find pure, fresh, and
te r s s unadulterated food, intelligently
held with the Rabbi preach- cooked and served.
ing Yiddish on the "Portion Like almost everything else you
ing Yiddish on the buy here, food is usually an ingen-
of'the Week." On Sunday ious swindle.
Elsie Janis, famous entertainerya n the Bar Mitzva club* *
endeared herself to the'fi Bo i acu Tasteless Vegetables and fruits
A. E. F. during the war,,,a nnotaes will meet for services at 8:30 Vegetables in particular, are un-
that she will act- nonore, bnngau a. m. with Mr. W. L. Williams fit for human consumption. That
and the Sisterhood as hosts is, in the opinion of one who comes
from the South, where the humb-
ChLeed Shel E at the breakfast that will fol- lest laborers in the cotton fields
below the services. Sunday eat better vegetables than New
S uny Yorkers pay cover-charges for.
Holds First school begins at 10 a. m. All the vegetables I have seen in
S.New York taste exactly alike-ex-
ight actly like water-soaked sawdust.
ServicesTonightCouncilman Is They ar notfresh, and no one
knows how to prepare them.
The Orthodox Congrega- Beach Candidate Then there Aer dr
tion, Chesed bhel Emes will Then there is milk. After drink-
tion, Cesed el Ees will ig some of the pale, ellucid
begin its activities on Friday City Councilman, of Miami fluid that parades under that name,
evening, November 7th, at Beach, Col. H. M. Bankhead I can understand one reason for
the pitiful little sunken-jawed
5:40 p. m. when the usual has announced his candidacy children that haunt these streets
Friday night services will be for Mayor of Miami Beach. their wasted, heart-breaking
hel little bodies.
held. At 8 p. m. the late Fri- Born in Alabama in 1876, the Milk! Any self-respecting, God-
day night services will begin, son of the late U. S. Senator fearing cow who saw this stuff
Congregational singing will John H. Bankhead has had would turn over in her stall and
ceweep great, salty tears.
feature the services in addi- considerable experience in It is about the color of house-
tion to the rmon in Enli governmental affairs. As pri- hold ammonia, and contains about
ion to te sermon in English vate secretary to his father as much butter fat as the clearW
which will be the first ser- during a period famous for sparkling liquid that we used to
mon preached by the new the first declaration of tnis quaff from the Old Oaken Bucket.
Rabbi of the Congregation, Country as to the rights of You stop at a fruit stand and
Samuel B. Grinstein, whose Jews in foreign countries, pay as high as ten cents apiece for
topic will be "Prayer and Col. Bankhead first received "apples," and what do you get?
Unity." After the services his official governmental ex- A large, rather wellshaped fruit
there will be a social hour in perience. His father was one of pale green or yellow color with
the vestry rooms at which re- of those whose voice was whatsoever.
freshments will oe served by heard in protest against the Down in the mountains of Tenn-
the Ladies Auxiliary. Russian Government immed- essee and Georgia, such junk is
On Saturday morning- the lately after the Kishineff Po- fed to hogs. But so long as New
usual services will be held at ad later forcing Yorkers don't know, and can't get,
mgroms, and later inm foriiny better-who cares?
9 a. m. r the late President Taft to re- *
Sunday morning registra- scind th* treaty between this The Orange But perhaps the big-
tion of pupils for the Talmud Country and Russia because Swindle gest joke-or the big-
gest burglary is the "orane
Torah and Sunday school will of its treatment of American juice" you buy a in nmerable
begin at 10 a. m. when the Jewish citizens. He dates his street stands. Thousands of people
Rabbi and staff will be pre- Army service from 1899 hav. have convinced themselves that
sent to greet the children. ing receive his appointment this is excellent for "health."
Talmud Torah classes will be- then as 2nd Lieut. He saw
gin on Monday, November 10, in the W ld War and t's a in, concoction of plain
gin on Monday, November 10, service in the World War and water, sugbrj, artificial color and
at 4 p. m. in the Synagogue subsequently was in charge a casuaLdach of orange. Health!
on S. W. Third street, be- of Army work at St. Monaco Orange juice! Haw! Haw! Haw!
tween 15th and 16th avenue. where he was decorated by A walk around the corner would
All children are urged to at- the Prince there. He retired do a lot more good.
tend and particularly those from the Army in 1922 and I am told that even the "choco-
living in the southwest sec- has made his home in Miami late" candy that I buy is princi-
tion of the City. Beach since 1925. He was pally cinnamon, ingeniously used
elected City Councilman of to simulate chocolate, with just
m pl Siir h C o enough of the real article added
Temple Sisterhood Miami Beach in 1928 and has to give the product a deceptive
spent his time in the work of color and flavor.
Adopts Resolution the municipality. He was one Even the air in New York City
of the speakers at the dedi- -and I am not joking-is adulter-
At the meeting of the Sis- cation of the Beth Jacob Con- centage of dirtees with arbon monolarger per-
terhood of Temple Israel the gregation at Miami Beach (auto exhaust), chemical fumes,
following resolution was un- last year, the only one of the and other foul, nauseous gases
animously adopted. "Friday city officials who attended, than the air anywhere else that I
night is Temple Night. We though all were invited. He is hacover been luckless enough to dis-
the members of Temple Is- a member of the Miami Beach *
rael Sisterhood feel strongly Realty Board, the Lions club, Mounted on one of the high
that no member of this or- Miami Beach Post American buildings on lower Broadway is a
organization should arrange so- Legion, and united Spanih machine that tests the "purity" of
ganization should arrange so- Legion, and United Spanish the atmosphere by sucking air
cial affairs or functions on War Veterans. Col. Bahk- from the streets all day. Every
Friday evening which tend to head is a brother of John H. 24 hours that one machine, in
disturb its sacred character Bankhead who was elected U. that one place, pulls in SEVEN
ad interfere with Temple at- S. Senator of Alabama last TONS of solid dirt. That gives a
tendance. The Synagogue and Tuesday over Sen. Tom Herf- ROUGH dea....


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Friday, November 7, 193

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A Weekly Newspaper
by the


P. Box 2973
Miami, Florida Phone 2-1183
414 Eighth Street
Mrs. M. Schrebnick, Representative
SEntered as second class matter,
July 4th, 1930, at the Post Office
at Miami, Florida, under the act
of March 3, 1879.
Six Months. ...................... $1.n
One Year ........................ $ .00


It was on a Friday in July
that the Jews in the village
of Balaceano, Roumania, were
set upon, beaten, driven, pill-
aged. On Saturaay when the
passions of the villagers had
subsided, they dared return
to their shattered homes.
About them lay desola-
tion The wrecks of their
houses ... The pillage of their
household goods The sul-
len hate of the enemy whose
passions were momentarily
What was to be done?
What a question to ask. Was
this not the Sabbath? What
else then was there to be done
but to go forthwith to the
synagogue and render praise
unto the Lord who giveth the
The Synagogue had been
plundered; tney seated them-
selves amid its devastation.
"The breath of every liv-
ing being shall bless Thy
name, O Lord our God,"
they chanted, "and the spirit
of all flesh shall continually
glorify Thy memorial, 0 our
King The Lord slumber-
eth not, nor sleepeth; He
arouseth the sleepers and
awakeneth the slumberers;
he maketh the dumb to speak,
looseth the bound, supporteth
the falling, and raiseth up
the bowed."
What did this matter? This
destruction which is, after all,
only the destruction of things
which must in their time fall
to the dust; this hate which
is like fire that soon con-
sumes itself?
"The greatness of God and
His goodness fill the uni-
verse," they chanted, "knowl-
edge and understanding sur-
round Him; purity and recti-
tude are before His throne,
loving kindness and tender
mercy ore His glory."
So iey continued their
service to its conclusion, leav-
ing unsaid no word of praise
in the ritual, and closing with

Pupil: I know an example
of true love.
Teacher: What is it?
Pupil: Our maid loves the
postman so much she writes
a letter to herself every night
to make sure he will come the
next day.
Student (leaving college):
"Good bye, sir. I want to
thank you for all I have learn-
ed from you."
Professor: "Don't, mention
it-it's nothing at all."
"What was your last occu-
pation ?"
"An umbrella mender in
the middle-west this sum-

"My razor's 'awfully dull,
dear. I can scarcely shave
with it."
"Why, Charles, you don't
mean to tell me that your
beard is tougher than the

Joe: "How were your
grades last quarter ?"
College: "Jules Verne."
Joe: "How's that?"
College: "Twenty thousand
leagues under the C."
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Mrs. Gushing: "My daugh-
ter has wonderful musical
talent. Where would you sug-
gest sending her for voice
culture ?"
Mrs. Gushing (new neigh-
bor across the hall, speaking
very quickly): "Oh, by all
means, send her abroad!"
"Look at the lovely radio
set I got today dear, and only
$5 a month."
"For how many months?"
"Oh, I forgot to ask."

"Going my way ?"
"Kin I ride with you
home ?"
"How far away is
"Eight blocks."
"I'm parked farther

to my


Paul-Are you going to
kiss me good night?
Eve-Mercy, no! That's the
last thing thing I'll do.
Paul All right, then,
what'll we do first?
Autoist (to pedestrian he's
just run over)-Here's a ten
spot. I'll give you more later.
Victim-What's the idea?
I do not choose to be run ov-
er on the installment plan!
Dr. Slicem-How is young
Mr. Schmidt doing since his
tonsil operation?
Nice Nurse-As affection-
ately as can be expected.
Lyon-What! That little
"Blessed, praised and glori-
fied, exalted, extolled and
honored, magnified, and laud-
ed be the name of the Holy
One, blessed be He."
We call attention to this as
a high act of faith in a time
when old foundations of faith
are shaken and men prostrate
themselves before broken
golden gods and importune
the mto rise again.

insignificant cur a police dog?
Baeu-Why. yes. He does-

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n't look like it, but that's be- A Famous advertising agent was talking with me about
cause he's in the secret ser- business in these United States.
vice. It is his function to prepare the advertising for seven
l ( d c large manufacturers, and to consult with them on their
Counsel (in divorce case) sales problems. He goes home every night all tired out
-I ask this point a recess be takenor. He says he doesn't know anybody in business who is getting
at this point' Your Honor. r f o of it.
Judge-On what grounds'! any real fun out of it.
Jounsel-My cient wisg s "I'll give you my program for a typical day," he said
Counsel- y client wishes "I come down to my office a little before nine, and there is
to change her gown. he has- the sales manager of a shoe company waiting for me. Hi
nt displayed half her os- pockets are ful of charts. His company's sales are 20 pe
tumes yet. cent ahead of last year, but is he satisfied? Not for a min
GuestI asked you for a ute. He must set the mark for next year 50 per cent ahead.
Guest-I asked you for a "Then I go over to the office of a food manufacturer,
quietroom was so quiet after eightid this He has just closed up the best year of his history. And we
o'clock you could hear a pin try to figure out how he can do twice as much again!
odlock you couI d hiver a pn "I lunch with the officers of a cement company. If
bowlin s over valley they would get together with their competitors, and agree
Hotel Clerk Well, can't to curtail production just a little, they could all make more
you hear 'em drop? money. The price of their product might have to be raised
a trifle, but I doubt it, because the sales expense would be
It takes an experienced that much less. But will they curtail? Never. Every year
elevator boy to let a man must show bigger figures. The quotas must go up and up.
down easy. "The trouble with this country is that we have gone
Sea on the subject of volume. We are quota mad."

Hospitality often looks st
piciously like a mild form
A married man's secret
A married man's secret

never safe after
knows he has it.

his wi

A woman never seems mo
beautiful in the eyes of a mE
than when he sees her pas
ing out of his life.
A man with curly hair h
as many excuses for keep
his hat off as a bald man h
for keeping his on.
The Orchestra Man-Isr
that new piece of yours ve
much like Chopin's "Funer
The Composer-Most lik
ly. Them cheap guys are
ways swiping from us su
cessful song-hit writers.
Mrs. Sabertooth I s
young Skinpants hangl
'round our cave, watching' o
girl. Wonder if his intention:
are serious?
Her husband Seriou
nothing He ain't got nothi
heavier'n a bamboo walk
stick with him.
Income Tax Inspector-
How many dependents ha'
One Of the Many Tv
children and a landlord.
A new farm hand from tU
city was told: one wintry
morning to harness the mul
In the dark he tackled one
the cows instead of the mul
The farmer shouted fro
the house, "What are you d
"I can't get the collar ov
the mule's head," yelled tl
new farm hand. "The mule
ears are frozen."
Nothing is impossible in
world where two cars ca
obey the parking rules b
swapping places every hour

Kitty-And did you
kiss you?
Betty-Let him? I
help him!

let hi


us- As he talked I recalled a conversation I had some year
of ago with an American who represents a French manuface
turer in this country.
"I have a heart-breaking time with that Frenchman,"
is he said. "Every year I go over there and plead with him to
ife double his factory. We could sell twice as much of his stuff
if he would only turn it out. And do you know what he
says? He just waves his hands in French fashion and
)re sputters: 'Why should I double my plant and work twice as
an hard? I and my family are making money enough. We
ss- have a good time. We enjoy our lives. Why should we
work ourselves to death ?"
That seems to us Americans a very terrible utterance.
as It is treason to the spirit of modern business. Of course, a
ng man should force his production, and his sales, and force
as his own poor mind and body until he dies at the age of sixty
with an order blank in his hand.
Somewhere between the French attitude and our atti-
n't tude there must be a half-way point that would combine the
ry best elements of both.
ral "Life," says the Bible, "is more than bread, and the
spirit than raiment." It also asks the question, "What shall
:e- it profit a man if he gain the whole world and lose his
al- own life?"

In these hurry-skurry days. when Mr. Everyman keeps
his eye on the clock while he is bolting his skimpy break-
- fast, so as not to be a second late at his next performance-
ve it is not strange that, the samd "hit-and-run" expert clean
overlooks the cause of disease, as well as the best means of
vo its prevention and cure.
Beyond any question of doubt, the factor of REST is
the physician's most dependable asset in correcting human
ne ills. Many ailments of very severe character are really
ry cured by enforced rest, while poor, unscientific, undepend'
le. able drugging takes the credit! I can ascribe a hidden
of virtue to my dose of pills, if they make my patient so
e. infernally sick that he has to go to bed and get well! For,
your sick man generally does the thing last that he should
m have done first.
o- To cure a fractured bone, we place the fragments in
proper position and keep them there till REST does the re,
er paying. Carry it further: Shattered nerves, for instance;
e est is the absolutely imperative thing. Nerves are shat-
tered by over-activity; remove the cause of the trouble-
Sget away from it. Rest is the cure.
Many medicines are employed-to enforce rest, to coPI
pel peace and quiet in patients that are so far along that
a they are clean out of sight of land, nautically speakin;i
then the physician drags them ashore with his bromides or
Sworse. No other alternative left him. The lesson for you,
year reader,steer wisely; there is plenty of time allotted
you for rest; don't trifle with inexorable laws!
0, the stomachs that are abused shamelessly-never
m permitted to rest! The average hound pup knows how to
care for his stomach better than the average business MnO
does.iit's a fact. Ballast is a good thing, but too much
to it ill sink the ship; to overload is to overwork. To be
temperate in all thingsis the price of immunity. .




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Mr. and Mrs. Louis Levitt,
of 160 N. E. 43rd street, are
entertaining Mr. Levitt's
brother, Max of Brooklyn, N.
y.; who will spend the win-
ter season as their guest.
\ Last Tuesday night the re-
i organized Ladies Auxiliary of
S the Talmud Torah of the Or-
r thodox Congregation met at
the home of Mrs. Max Kup-
ferstein on N. W. 3rd street
and plans made for the sea-
son's entertainments and af-
fairs which will be announced
f in next week's issue of this
Paper. More than sixty mem-
bers of the organization were
present and listened to the
S announcements of the various
r committee appointments
which were made by the Pres-
e idet Mrs. I. Buckstein. The
membership committee re-
sBported that twenty new mem-
bers had joined in the last
week and that an intensive
membership campaign would
o be inaugurated shortly. At
I the close of the meeting Mrs.
e Kupferstein served refresh-
l ments.

e Friends of Max D. Augus-
e tine the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Augustine of this City
will be pleased to hear that
a he has completely recovered
e from a recent illness. He is
now a student at the South-
ern College at Atlanta, Ga.

With the second of a series
of card parties given by the
Ladies Auxiliary of the Tal-
mud Torah next Tuesday
evening, November 11th, at 8
p. m., the card parties and
entertainments of the reor-
ganized Auxiliary will be held
in the vestry rooms of the
new Synagogue of the Con-
gregation and Talmud Torah
on Southwest Third street be-
een 15th and 16th avenues.
Meidames Philip Augustine,
and M. Pritzker will act as
hostesses. Admission will be
fifty cents and prizes will be
awarded to each table. Re-
freshments will be served and
a surprise is being prepared
for those who will be present.

Next Monday, November
10th, the Senior Chapter of
Hadassah will hold its Board
of Director's meeting at the
Beth David Auditorium 129
N. W. 3rd avenue, beginning
at 1 p. m., to be followed by
a meeting of the entire mem-
bership at 2 p. m. All mem-
bers, their friends and out of
town visitors are welcome. A
program of entertainment has
been arranged.

Beth David Sisterhood
Executive Board will be en-
tertained at luncheon next
Tuesday, November 12th, at
noon when Mesdames M. Ar-
nold, and N. Markowitz will
be the hostesses, following
which there will be a meeting
of the Board. At 2:30 p. m.
there will be a regulate meet-
mg of the entire membership.
On Tuesday, November 18,
the Sisterhooa will be the
hosts at one of its regular
card parties at the Talmud


Torah Auditorium when Mrs.
A. Pepper will be Chairman of
the Committee in charge.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Rosenberg
entertained last Friday after-
noon for a number of the ju-
venile friends of their son
Marshall Alen in celebration
of his third birthday. Games
were played and refreshments
were served. Among those
present were: Sonya Zalka,
Mildred Zalka, Bobby Bell and
Lester Bell of Chicago, Ill.
Harriet Palmer, Esther Shoc-
het, Ray Shochet, Eunice Bi-
shop, Louise Bishop and Mes-
dames N. Zalka, J. Green, B.
Bell of Chicago, Ill., S. Pal-
mer and A. Zalka.

Mrs. Samuel A. Waxman,
society matron of Avondale,
Cincinnati, Ohio, is visiting
her niece Mrs. Sadye G. Rose
and will spend some time with

Mrs. Ben Watts was instru-
mental in the forming of a
Parent Teacher association
last week at a meeting of the
Sisterhood of Temple Israel
hlAl a o Tronlan hall She wro

the major portion of the mem-
bers attended.
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Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Tan-
nenbaum and Mrs. Ida Buck-
stein entertained last Sunday
night with dinner in honor of
Rabbi Samuel B. Grinstein of
the recently organized Miami
Orthodox Congregation. Lat-
er m the evening a reception
was given for the officers and
members of the Executive
Board of the Congregation.
Quite a number of those pre-
sent entertained and all join-
ed in the singing of a num-
ber of melodies. During the
the evening refreshments,
sandwiches and coffee was
0 *
In celebration of her six-
teenth birthday Miss Harriet
Kahn entertained a group of
her friends at her home, 1523
West Avenue, Miami Beach.
Bridge was played, high score
for the ladies oeing won by
Miss Harriet Kantor and for
the boys by Alfred Kahn. At

a late hour
were served.

After the re-

freshments various games
were played. Among those
present were the Misses Ber-
nice Watts, Myrtle Zeientz
and Frances Kane. Messrs. El-
lis Klein, Phillip Breman,
Stanton Fiela, Sam Harris,
Myron Zeientz, Alvin Rich-
ter, Arthur Kahn, Milton
Friedman, Sam Silver and
Harold Tannenbaum.

et:JU U p XLUP114UU Hall. TT WOO
LA A A (tS l AtA1. 1.AV Mr. Jacob H. Kaplan the
elected as temporary chair- R Job H
man and Mrs. H. Nevins was wife of Rabbi Dr. acob H.
appointed secretary. A nom- Kaplan and Mrs. Adolpn
inating committee, who winl 4er^theimer were hostesses
also act as membership corn at a card party last week at
mittee, was appointed com- the benefit of the Temple Ifor
posed of Mrs. Gordon Davis, the benefit of he s theIs
rs. BertRiesner and Mrs.raelSisternoo. Ths is the
Mrs. Bert Riesner andMrs.first of a series of card part-
J. A. Richter. ies which will be given regu-
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan spoke larly. A beautiful necklace do-
to the women on the value of nated by Mrs, J. Schwartz
a Parent-Teacher association was raffled and won by Mrs.
in the Sunday school. An elec- Ben Watts.
tion of officers will be held at a a
the next regular meeting of At the first bridge supper
the Sisterhood. of the Council of Jewish Wo-
S* S men held at the Talmud To-
The meeting of the Sister- rah hall of Beth David in
hood of Temple Israel opened charge of a committee head-
with conglgational singing ed by Mrs. P. Scheinberg
led by Mrs. ri. U. Feibelman quite a large gathering at-
with Mrs. J. H. Kaplan at the tended. The proceeds will be
piano. PPrayei was read by devoted to the Welfare Work
Mrs. S. Merson. New mem- of the organization.
bers welcomed into the gro'p *
were Mrs. J. Morris. Mrs. B. Mr. and Mrs. Max Rappa-
F. Fuerst, Mrs. I. Feldman, port entertanied a number of
Mrs. M. Orowitz, Mrs. Leo friends at dinner last Sunday
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Ackerman, Mrs. A. manner,
Mrs. J. Williamson, Mrs. S.
Goldsmith and Mrs. J. Simp-
son. Mrs. I. L. Seligman pre-
sided. Mrs. Geo. Stone gave a
reading of a "Peace Play" and
Mr. Mavin Bronner spoke
on "Cooperation."
Mrs. Samuel Katz, sewing
chairman, announced that she
had been made sectional pres-
ident of the Needlework
Guild of the Sisterhood, and
appointed the following direc-
Mrs. Bert Riesner, Mrs. M.
Nankin, Mrs. S. Merson and
Mrs. H. Nevin. The Sister-
hood has pledged its quota of
garments to the Guild
A Thanksgiving dinner
dance at the Alcazar hotel is
being planned by this group
under the chairmanship of
Mrs. Dave Roth.
Dr. IKplan in announcing
the November tour of the
Union of American Hebrew
Congregations called for vol-
unteers to tour the neighbor-
ing cities. At thi luncheon
which preceded the meetings

honoring .RaDD amuel b.
Grnnstem who arrived last
week to assume charge of the
recently organized Orthodox
Congregation, of which Mr.
Rappaport is a director.
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of the Orothox Congrega-
tion is now making his home
with Mr. and Mrs. Klein at
1860 S. W. 4th street.
A reception was given by
Mr. and Mrs. A. Applebaum
at their home in Shenandoah
recently in honor of their
daughter Thelma. Entertain-
ment was furnished by Miss
Irene Farr and Miss Sylvia
Farr, Francis Kane and Joe
Guests included Miss Claire
Hodes, Miss Ruth Drevich,
Miss Esther Wrubel, Miss Do-
rothy Roth, Miss Ethel Tob-
in, Miss Ruth Sontag, Miss
Sylvia Greenfield, Miss Shir-
ley Hanson, Miss Charlotte
Sail, Miss Bernice Watts,
Miss Miriam Scheinberg, Miss
Rose Farkas, Miss Lenore
Rose, Miss Gertrude Rappa-
port, Miss Marjory Preinger,
Miss Bebe Berlin, Miss E.
Schliengold, Miss Gertrude
Neehan, Miss Lillian Wricker,
Miss T. Steinberg, Herman
Mack, Max Schermer, Alex
Klum, Harold Austin, Al
Kurtzman, Sydney Bucker,
Bernard Weintraub, Eugene
Roth, Leonard Loff, Martin
Morris, Jack Berry, Joe
Sterns, Mortimer Fay, Stan-
ton Fields, Milton Friedman,
Irwin Jaffe, George Reichott,
Max Silverstein, Joe Mendel-
baum, Al Richter, Al Cohn,
Bill Freeman, Robert Switzer,
Abe Warmer, Ralph Gross-
man, Paul Larsoner, Beebs
Berner, Robert Whitson, Al-

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vin Walder and Chip Cohn.
Mrs. E. Baskind of Louis-
ville, Ky., has arrived in Mi-
ami to spend the winter sea.
son. Mrs. Baskind formerly
lived here where she has
many friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore
Klein of New York City, rela-
tives of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Fields of Miami, are spending
the winter at the Drexel
Plaza, Miami Beach.
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Mr. and Mrs. Philip L. Pat-
ner and daughter, Lila, are
spending their third winter
season here at the St. George
apartments, 736 Collins ave.,
Miami Beach.
Among winter guests are
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hyman,
who have arrived from New
York and are guests at the
L o c u s t apartments, 918
Ocean drive, Miami Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Kop-
kin and Mrs. Morris Kopkin
(Continued on Page 4)

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Phone Miami 32101
1O N. l dS Avdn.
Phone M. B. 5-2101
1sas Whuists Ave.

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Pheme 23535-31624

Buyer of All Kinds of Scrap Metal
We Sell Aute Parts
2141 N. W. SECOND AVE.
Phone 20621

435-445 N. W. 8th Street
Phone 4485
Scrap Metal and Machinery
N. W. Cor. 5th Ave. and 14th St.
Phone 22546

Building Materials,
Rooting Paper, Asphalt
423 N. W. N. River Drive
Phone 7251

170 N.;W. 5th St.
We Supply Ycor Every Want

629 W. Flagler St.
Phone 2-332

Chas. Tannonbaum,
(reg. pharmacist for 17 years)
Cor 22nd Ave. and 8th St. S. W.

DrA. D. Halpern, Ph. G. Ph. D.
Prescriptions Our Specialty
128 N. Miami Ave. Phone 29713


68 N. E. 25th St.
Aat F. E C. C. R. Pheoe 2142
Phone 816655
53 North aut 26th Street

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Telephone 2-4836 Miami, Fla.
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Friday, November 7, 1980




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(Cbaatied from Page s)
have returned after spending1
three months with friends
and relatives in New York
and Albany, Cleveland anu
Through an error the open-
ing of the G. & R. Restau-
rant which was held last Sun-
day was announced in our ad-
vertising columns as this
coming Sunday. We regret
the error, because of the fact
that a good number who were
desirous of attending the
opening were unable to come.
This Sunday night the res-
taurant will oe the scene of
the Installation banquet of
the Congregation Chesed Shel
Emes. The restaurant is fea-
turing t he businessman's
lunch at this time at popular!
prices and a large number of
our Jewish business men will
be sure to take advantage of
the opportunity.
--* *
The Yededim Club eldd
their regular weekly meeting
Wednesday night at the Tem-
ple Israel.
The Club will give a Yokel's I
dance at the Temple Sunday
night, November 23rd. Ad-
mission price 99c for a couple
or 79c for stags.
A good time is promised to
The Jewish shopping cen-
ter of Greater Miami will now
have the added convenience
of a bakery inits very midst.
The Hearth Baking Co., with
Jacob Schiff as its retail dis-
tributor has just completed
a modern and sanitary bak-
ing plant which ranks with
the best in the South and will
endeavor, according to its


oman, to sbfth a rep~-
tabto for the sr lenee of
its products particularly its
rye and pumpernickel bread.
The Friendsip League
held its regular meeting ht
1X7&,__^w in;"+ m ;+w L mAJ

having had sj of experi
ence in the ma ent and
operation of Kosher restau-
rats in Chicago, MLt Clem-
ens, Tampa and St. Peters-
burg, Fla., the e-stomers will
have the benefit of metropoli-
ftn innwvationa in the food

ad will shortly be announe-
ed. As the main event of the
winter season it will hold a
Bazaar and dance sometime in
January. The Chairman and
her committee will be an-
nounced shortly.

weanes ay gngt at its ea &mu -- -- I
quarters in the Congress served. An important business
building at which time the meeting of the Loyalty club
reorganization of the Club The Executive Board of the 0. E. S. was held at the home
was acted upon. Members who Ladies Auxiliary of the Tal- of Mrs. Peggy Palmer on S.
have been in arrears since mud Torah of Chesed Shel W. First street last Wednes-
June will be reinstated upon Emes held a business meet-; da night at which time im-
payment of t he current ing last Thursday afternoon important business was trans-
month's dues. at the home of Mrs. Max acted.
Next Sunday evening the Kupferstein. Important reso-
League will here open house lutions as to various enter- At the weekly luncheon of
at the home of Miss Selma tainments it will conduct this
Meyerson, 2112 N. E. 2nd-
avenue, when bridge will becoming season were adopted famiy
played followed by a buffet a
luncheon and dancing. Ferguson finish
The pext meeting of the
League will be held in the Undertaing A completely finish-
Congress Building and the ed service at rea-
business session will be fol- i CO. sonable rates.
lowed by dancing. 1291 south Olive Ave. phone 3-2661
Situated in the heart of the I o52 N A T 0 N A L
Jewish shopping center, Mrs. West Pa Beach, Fa. LAUNDRIES, IN C.
A. Appelbaum and Mrs. A. LADY ATTENDANT Miami
Schwartz will be in charge of
the dairy and vegetarian res-i

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The Jews of Miami Are Invited to Send Their
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SCongregation Chesed Shel Emes :
a, Southwest Third Street, between 15th and 16th Ayes.
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Registrations Begins Sunday Morning, November 9th
at 10:00 A. M.
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of the
Fifth Street Kosher Dairy and
Vegetarian Restaurant
158 N. W. Fifth Street
(In the heart of the Jewish Shopping Center)
"We Know How To Please You"
PHONE 2-6259


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403 N. E. Second Avenue


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the loea aal Bruth Lodge
held at the Palatial Kosher
Restaurant a discussion as to
Palestine and conditions there
arose, and Rabbi S. B. Grin.
stein of the Orthodox Congre
gation who has just returned
to this Country after a long
stay in Palestine gave a brief
but interesting talk on condi.
tions there.


Col. H. M.




Colonel Bankhead is quali.
fied by virtue of his back-
ground, training and exper-
ience to minister the affairs
of a city as cosmopolitan as
Miami Beach.
Colonel Bankhead is not
bound by the barriers of
A vote for Bankhead is a
vote for ability and exper-
He is familiar with city
affairs and has always sided
with progress and liberalism.
Henry M. Bankhead is the
logical man for the office.
His record of service to his
nation is brilliant with
achievement. Compare his
record with theoe of other
candidates and you will
readily understand why he
is the logical candidate.

... FOR...

Col. H. M.

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