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L No. 8._
Of a' Newspaper
w l you, Mr. Reader,
a fid not appear
pag, because it's not
y iw. But unlike folks
II neighipa into the
t .h d like
t ormalify. And
fpl to be our front
,we know you'll
we're doing our level
you a real weekly that
be ashamed to let ev-
the family read. News
front page that isn't re-
rom old new*pppers; a
picture each week to keep
,acquainted with the
Stown; an editorial to
ur views aout things
ie aia not a lot of bal-
one or,, N feature ar-
original. ,A column or
igrams aic nonsense; a
p about the people,
Syou please; and last
t, the activities of the
izatois. here in Mi-
1 are vitally inter-
Iwe coul tbe better!
S to niprove as
r with your help.
to call us up and
yUW to see
nust so you're
ip us, and e'll thank
out to make money
S paper and we can't
y appealing merely to
athy. Wed rather do
g you more than you're
r and getting you to
Swish Floridian as
own. And we don't
o sell "the proverbial
for a 4s, of pottage."
ike us And want to help
fTe Jewish Floridian
of which you're going
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sa: w a nt wh
W'ed in cc
da State 1
it was h
ji ition of I
tb-I a g5
wan your A step forward in welfare work
merchants of Greater Miami was taken T
at they've Thursday night at the Alcazar Ho-
St tel, when Incorporation night of
Boys' Work Incorporated was cel-
For months the crying need for-
some organization to undertake
Big Brother Work in Miami has
Honor become more and more notice-
able and has been the subject of
the Flor- numerous conferences between
enists As- thoqe -interested in the develop-
onjunction meant of the underprivileged boy
Dental As. of Greater Miami. As a result,
E. Rosen- th- Miami Civic Clubs Council
honored ly and others interested in local wel-
sident of fare work proposed to found a
hygienists. new organization whose object it
maduate of wald be to "further physical,
School of mental and moral development of
the under privileged boy in Grea-
ter Miami 'district; to establish an
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The above photograph was taken by the Staff Artist of The Jewish Floridian at the
Hotel, when the first meeting of the Junior Council was held, inaugurating the season's a
pnd shows the officers, sponsors and members.
Junior Co ncil MNeets
Committee Cha rrnen Announced
The first meeting for the menu Martha Scheberg; hospi-
ter wasorr of 1928 of t4e Jui, ,. Ada.lyn ;t *e hisip,
held at the Alcazar Hotel lst Ruth Frankenstein; music circle,
Tuesday night. A very enthusii Mrs. Wm. Shayne; athletic circle,
astic meeting was held, at which Harriet Saltzberg; dramatic cir-
the business of the organization cle, Fayp Weintraub.
was transacted and was followed MisE Florence Alpert is presi-
by a social program, dent, and Mrs. Harry C. Markle
The following committee ap- and Mrs. Wm. Shayne are the
pointments were announced: Af- sponsors for the organization.
fairs, Marcella Seiden; entertain- Those taking pa# in the elabor-
agency to co-operate with the Ju-
venile Court and sAlh other agen-
cies as the Board' of Governors
may designate; to establish a per-
manent home to further its work,
if founc4 advisable.". The new
organization will be known as
'81.,se Ilork, Inef and will don-
gist!,of. tree members from each
organization interested in such
woik, whose participation shall
havybten approved by the Board
of Governors. The Men's CLpb of
Miami is represented by Stanley
C. 1fyerg who drew the charter;
E. )Max iGoldstein, and J. Louis
t)es. R. Hilty of the Florida
Poper &1 Light Company, who is
acting chairman of Boys' Work,
Judge Edith Atkinson of the Ju-
venile Court and JudgeStoneman
of the Municipal Court were the
guests of. honor and gave very
interesting talks on the problems
of the underprivileged boy and
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Ther only ole definnitignvf news.1 Iis GOSI
of the neiborhoot wn as EAR H. And upon see-
o n l o the earth
thofttWe're. bittt other earth.'
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ate entertainment prog
Aaron Farr in several si
Wallerstein in a real
Miss Ethel Tauber at
will begin the members
paign and will be held
Israel on the evening
her 13, where an elab
gram of entertainment
freshments has been pre
Win Be Felt
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N A ro pr Jews,
44 c n throughout the world
f 'w't good accomplished for '.
h and whose loss will '
S y throughout the wor
eLfC: .Kr au, -for f ty yeori
ChG .rai ,Master of ai rithC
.o h*pee a prominent figure
political life of icago f
many years having served ou tj*
'Board of Education and as Coir' .''
portion Counsel. For twenty
,years he served as the Interna-
tional head of the Bnai Brith and
traveled throughout the world in 4.
the'interests of Jewry and tgAelpj '
ameliorate conditions in Eastern
Erope and other places where
the Jew had lp persecuted.
Great 'cultural and welfare world
was undertaken during his tdmi'' "i 4
istration. He was a, frequent visil *- &
tob to Miami. *
Ctivitiek' Leqn Kamaiky, one of the fouh-
S ders of the Jewish Daily News of
4 New York, which was subsequent-
r" ly merged with the Jewish Morn-
ing Journal, has been a promi-
nent figure in American iewry
for mgn y years. Whe ntAnfAmer-
ican Jewish Committee was or-
ganized Mr. jamaiky was Ine of
the fifteen original members cho-
A sen by Mr. Luis Marshall as ep
;NAm were resentative of America Jewr
am nd 1914 he or ized the Central Re-
ding, and' and distrib e more ta ten
the piano. million dolras to the war suffer-
(female), ers. He. was Vice President of
ship cam- the HIAS and spent nearly a year
at Temple in Europe straightening out im-
)f Novem- migration problems so that Jew-
orate pro- ish refugees could come to Amer-
: and re- ica. At the time of his dea* he
pared. was a very active figure in numer-
ous Charity and Educationa in-
stressed the need for such a co-
Local Boys in Crash
Nat Williams; the son of W. L.
Williams, prominent local realtor
and active in Jewish Communal
circles, was a passenger in an au-
tomobile driven by Charles 0.
Sims, Jr., last Tuesday when the
car collided with Mrs. Beulah
Brown's auto and caused serious
injuries to the occupants of the
Brown car. Others in the car
with Nat Williams were Paul
Mark and Sam Silverman, all stu-
dents 'm the Law Department of
the University of Florida, who
had been in Miami for a week-
end visit and were returning tb
school. None of the boys were
hurt and upon an investigation by
the county authorities were exon-
erated from all blame.
Jewry of the worla and espe-
cially America, will greatly mourn
the loss of these two men.
The book contest stated several
weeks ago by the Flagler Memor-
ial Library to arouse interest in
books has caused great' mltert to
be shown by the- children iftd*-
ing the public schools. Prisr are
being .ffM r grade o
and three rTot :t e f
book marks,' which 'b*
plain black and white or c"
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Prizes for classes, four, five andu
six, and for classes from seven to d .
afoe, are for postets showing or
~tinao th advantaged~of
an ~lwJe inacolor. ; .4
hibited w, the wini of
Library, ntral Book Shop,
We are advised that 4
S er in the schools wu l;S
than glad to assist the:* !
ttiag up of their Ali
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A very enjoyable evening was
spent at the home of Miss Raba
Engler on South Miami avenue
when she entertained at a bridge
supper in honor of Miss Eta
SBucholtz, of Jacksonville, last Fri-
Sday night There were three ta-
bles of bridge, and high score
prize was awarded to Miss Reg-
F Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gordon
are being congratulated by their
Numerous friends upon the arriv-
al of a baby boy. Grandmother
Cohen is mighty, mighty happy
and proud of the boy.
Mr. and Mrs Leo Rosen are be-
ing congratulated on the arrival
of a baby daughter last week.
Grandparents Rosen and Rauzin
are mighty proud.
One of the social events of this
week will be a bridge and linen
Shower at the Alcazar Hotel on
Saturday afternoon in honor of
Miss Claire Apetowsky, whose en-
gagement was a recent affair. Mrs.
Thomas'Apetowsky, an aunt, will
be the hostess.
The Misses Pauline and Betty
Lasky were hostesses last Satur-
day night at their home in River-
side at a delightful party, where
a large number of games were
played and a good time was had
by all. At a late hour refresh-
ments were .served. Prizes were
awarded to Muriel McDonald and
Frances Marx. Among those
present were Gertrude Diets, Lou-
ise Dietz, Dorothy Roth, Pauline
Dampier, Muriel McDonald, Ros-
n Daum, Francis Marx, Teir
evale, Julia Carnevale and
Mrs. S. Bergson, of New York,
has arrived to open their winner
home at 2144 S. W. Uth St., for
the season. Mr. Bergson is ex-
pected here shortly and will re-
main the entire season.
On last Tuesday night Miss
Edythe Katz entertained at a
bridge party in honor of Miss
Hortense Katz. The home was
decorated in Hallowe'en effect
Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Mor-
ris Gusky, Mrs. Sydney Rosen-
stock, Miss Clara Apetowsky and
Mrs. Herman Wepman.
THE THREE BROTHERS
By Ben Dorom
I shall try to describe three
S brothers, the first two diametrical-
ly opposite. Suspicio and Gullibio
and the third brother, Sceptico.
Suspicfo is always found in the
company of Greed, Distrust and
Discontent, traveling a trail
"through a jungle of bitter herbs."
Gullibio always has as his com-
panions, Faith and Charity and
lived in Paradise-Fool's Para-
Suspicio trusted no one. There-
fore, he could not be duped. By
brute strength of his avarice, re-
inforced by a native cunning
peculiar to his ilk, he achieved
wealth and power. And as his
fortune grew, his circle of friends
diminished. And his soul became
Gullibio, he without a shadow,
continued to swallow everything
he was told-hook, line, sinker-
and remained a laboring slave o
the end of his days. He achieved
the reputation of being a mark for
every trickster, fraud and bunk
Dispenser in the land. His name
embellished all the "sucker lists"
and was handed around freely
among the birds of prey who man-
aged to keep him poor. He per-
sisted, however, in his dogged re-
fusal to ever question the other
fellow's good faith, nothwithstand-
ing frequent unmistakable evi-
dence of underhandedness. Once
in a crowd, he detected a "dip" in
the act of "lifting" his watch.
S"What -are you doing, kind sir,"
I said Gully naively. "I ust wanted
Sto know what time it is," said the
Other. "Oh," a poor Gully
sweetly, and that csd the ini-
S Now enters the third and young-
Swmt brother-Septico. He was
Union Tha-iikivin 1
neither oversuspicious nor unduly
credulous, but was always being
mistaken for one or the other of
his brothers. He had traveled long
with Suspicio and GulUbio and
after observing their respective
modes of living, he had concluded
that both were wrong. He had no-
ticed that Suspy could find muck
even where there was none, while
Gully couldn't detect it .even
though it were right beneath his
Sceptico came to regard the one
as a mean-spirited crab.
The other he classified as a pur-
The one he disliked.
The other he held in contempt.
He watched the one distrust vir-
He saw the others nurse vipers
to his promiscuous bosom.
Sceptico said."As I see it, Sus- .
py thinks the world's all black.
Gully, on the other hand, thinks
it's all snow-white. Each is color
blind. Anyone with discernment
can see that it is neither all black
nor all white, but a mixture of the
two with frequent overlapp.pin.
There is no reason why a in
gent perso cannot leam to dis-
tingnih the one from the other,
by sterig a middle course be-
tween t attitude of Gullibio and
Sispici~. For why can't
I strolthroll through e of Rea
sonsbhl Doubt, wheres thise light of
day tas the od, without
being mistake for my brother
Sus$i.6 And why an't I vis
the &iiae of faith awd embrace
the Lltieks without hein con-
fuse th Gullibio. a't there
Happy Medium be'twea the two
in Dade County
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We're more than pleased to see
"Morty" Fagan of the Palatial at
last realize a fond wish, that of
opening a real restaurant serving
splendidly cooked kosher meals in
a large and pleasant place. We
congratulate him because we
know that "Morty" has at all
times been more than willing to
go out of his way to help the
boys. Those of us who have been
gathered around his festive board
at meetings of the Men's Club
know how hard he's tried to please
us at all times. A friendly word,
an extra dainty, has always mark-
ed the pleasant meetings we've
had. "Willingness to serve" is
So, congratulations, "Morty,"
to you and your good wife, and
may success attend you in all
265 N. E. Second St.
Grand Opening, Sunday, Nov. 4, :
FOR RESERVATIONS i-
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744 N. W. 23rd Curt
60 West Flagler St.
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1! m POOR
I": 'fi^*l~ enemy of '
neaCutrotl aiyB? t? It is
b in, Ce common
.it it help me
_A im- bib
St icrsed digity.
Swere asked to
n te rabbi aked in a
ost udlble tone. Then I
,Wpre there nof othe
as 6ompetent as you ?
pCu o! hi vile dog wlt
the hospital, and the doctors,
of hom are senior, made a
y t him. It is one case in a
ua4' Other big, noted mai-
m omeo off whom at ptro-
hav been consult, aid
hisve that an operation
u 0t only be fatal, but im-
hi case ha interest
doctors of America, mid
f e are willing to attempt an
etratim. Ate hItbpios l recent-
thy had a consultation and
ee knowing my .reputation
4 the .success had achieved in
ricate cases where an operation.
tie obtain had to be performed,
at eB eto operate should be
They expressed tbir confi-
ce Inmy ability and skill."'
Another long interval went by
ore Finkel spoke again, and
Stime hotly and passionately.
'I haven't got the courage to
rate in suml a manner that he
11 through, or at least feel,
torttares, the pains that he in-
uted 4on otr; upon his cow.
,hktim "n bia mor than
stice t they should be aveng-
a thousand-fold. And how I
d ldit could I but control
.tf. I naid inac him Q
i f- the cold.band of
a ad then I would prolong
S:Alternately, I would tor-
ahias Iongs as I please. For
a- he burned alive or
ivI would plunge him
Sindto the bitter debias bf
o iat he would tish he was
es, I would sear his soul
thiame manner that he seared
T 14 tabbi shuddered percept-
y, and a cold sweat gathered on
s foarehead. Then Finkel contain.
e, weibs hbis parched lips with
S"i the question is: Should I
t hisldie a death fit for a dog-
hasve him die humi ly, under
b.-x 6f .some e do
"If t pas someone eals upon
Ie, UAOldi ocue the "a
would if so. dM .d,
5 ad e.4
upon anyone v sonethla which
no mortal can take upon himself; "
that belongs to the Almighty. God
metes out justice. ir.his o am,wa y;
we can o~ily- iur bhe :iad
place our fate in Iis hauds. What-.
ever injustice$ete Jews have suf-
fired, uthey overlook. They
nmat iotgive and foet eL
"But it is likegiving new life
t6 a deadly, venomous eptile to
ontiiie its devasti.g wrki"
"God crute reptiles for some
f "Beasteibh8 Act human! You
Ikew as well n. I, that it is rank
folly t o let thki man' live," ve-
hemently protested Tikel, forget.
ting tq whoma 'fas.speaking.
"My death Fhnkel, despite the
fact that you called the Jew an
animal, if he is, let us say, of a
higher mentality, must he sow the
shse atribaues and virtues of
those mental, morally, and
spiritually hiferigr than he? Re-
vefa., tIbiliiw, ts sometfitg for,
ein teithew w. He who indulges,
or even entertains that idea, is in-
finitely inferior to his persecutors.
In America, in the olden times,
Indians scalped people and crush-
ed babies 'heads against tree
trunks; Jhe European. savages,
with whom you4 unfoupastely,
were so rel acuaiiateud ere per-
haps more cruel!; must you there"
fore follow teair ~ieaple and be
still mnre inhuman?' Because a
dog bites you, mutst.you. bite him
"Good heavens, how you talkl'
impetuously cried Finkel, getting
redder every moment. He started
to gesture wildly and' excitedly.
"You with your,. disgusting senti-
mentalism! It's impossible .for
any intelligent person to swallow
it; it deprives him of his last bit
of msalftood and self-respect! As
for mpyself, know that if I should
operate,, I coud not helr plung-
ing the operating knife deep into
the sb lehil's boack soul. Seeing
his brutislf et, what decent man
could control inmself? Should I
fawn aboul thi" low, base, despic-
able person as you would have
mre? Should I inject life in him
so that he can spit, at my face?
Shalt I let him go back and tor-
ture those victims of bis with a
crueler lash, a hotter iron, a sharp-
er knife? ,Aye, and you--a rabbi,
a person'inbued with the spirit ,of
Judai .would actually let this
happen again! .Ydu would turn
loose this bloodthirsty hound, this
insatiable beast! You would see
thpse derading atrocities take
plhee agandl nm ave the ruthless
program a national sport with the
an-iSemites! Have you no feel-
in, n39 sympathy? You*-you-"
Here e doctor, truly seemed on
the Verg. Mf aelexya He was
trembling and his face was lvid
with trajr;f rahlted ord he
rose tq:ls tu e-l idgt" on s.toes,
ateq by the
f Iair v a
TVrw w ^^^-".^
^a j^ .,,
,- -f i?,: r At
like one gaping for a breath of
fresh air, he rtlhbd headlong out
oft;, kme loudly slamming the
door afte him.
All that night Finkel acted like
a manm intfa.lhgtmare. Back and
f.t bhe' paed in his bedroom,
his mind in a raping turmoil; and
the more he deliberated upon the
situain, thq mgre intense his
hatredlfo this. ati-Semite became,
until it lnew no bounds.
But the rabb's words pounded
unceasingly- on: his brains. It
served to oeol his flaming emo-
tions; and then later to re-alight
them witw a hotter flame.- He
had thogt the rabbi a sane
and logical person, devoid of such
sickly sehtimentalism; a person of
clear reasoning; one who could
feel the injuries of his race and
wish to avenr them. He thought
thie abli' too, would believe in
"an eye for an eye," that he would
rejoice in disposin of this veno-
mous, deadly, reptile?-the rabbi
actually s uted operating so
as to saveltuewdrthless life of this
Jew-hater, 0.ds cruel Jew-baiter,
this flaming tid-Semite! Are the
Jews so utte'" devqid of sense of
honor tha)th'y seek not to return
blow for bliW? The Europeai
Jews, he cone lated, were ndr-
row-mindned anho*, but an in-
telligent tyit~ch as this Ameri-
can ew, well versed in the ideals
and'principle' o America's demo-
cracy and j filc, would stoop,
deign, nay, cohdescend to utter
such nonsensical, revolting words!
Indeed the Jewish pind goes in a
circle'- Wlhat the world consider-
ed bravery as cowardice in the
eyes of ihe Jews, and what the
former considered cowardice was,
in the eyes of ie latter, heroism.
It is true, bitte'y reflected Finkel,
that the Jewish mind has not pro-
gressed much during the thousands
of yeats of wandering through-
out the earth. Yes, indeed, it was
sickening, discouraging, and more
He begtn to'.. el a& hatred for
this most .ai al affair in which
he was so padvertaetly mixed up.
And yet; tr ma 6woul hed, could
not make up his mind one way or
the other. To kill-why not? It
would be no miii than justice
Had not this brute extinguished
many purposeful livs; numerous
lives that were striving to main.
tain some beautiful ideal accord-
ing to the 'oncets ,of their re-
ligion? These ple enoyin
and aipresutins that d
to gve themw were brutally wiped
ofi t.1earf', is ifthey bad ever
exisedL Their death caused no
more eommotion"in this cold
world then the qiet ripples of a
stiIeac'ful walea stted by a
peZ e.Thir live. were snufIed
out lile a candle by a cold, Jy
dmttl'the cep flife to te way
AW, was t thi t ha akc
e-0 lO -d no _oai _
that8tW Ulved i" America, he
baf~ed ittirdly to undestand
aoWft e wi their poein of
viit Ke i ttlttbod- of rswnainR.
ruthlessly upset his chain of
thoughts. It was his Jewish con-
science, lie reflected bitterly, that
was manifesting itself. He could
feel himself wavering. To be born
a Jew, he caustically meditated,
is a curse, for one cannot shake
himself entirely free from its in-
That afternoon, while attending
some of his patients in the hospi-
tal, he met a warm friend of his,
Henri Chambeau, a noted French
doctor. The latter, gushing with
compliments and good wishes, joy-
ously seized Finkel's hand.
"Congratulations, mon ami. I
was so very very much glad to
hear of your appointment. When
I first heard of the case-Ivan
Yankovitch is the name-yes!-I
think at once of you. 'Finkel is just
the man.' I said to myself; 'all
the rest of the big doctors talk
too much, and look too serious.
My friend Finkel is the very
man!" And sure enough he gets
the appointment. All the luck
in the world I wish you."
"I haven't yet decided to ac-
cept," explained Finkel.
"What! No confidence in your-
self? Bah! You're worse than
some of my patients," snapped
Finkel said nothing,
thoughtfully studied his
"When is the operation s
ed for?" inquired his fri
"Tomorrow, at ten o'cl
"Have you yet refused?'
"Then don't be a fool!"
beau dryly remarked. "All the
seniors have declined because they
lack 'confidence in themselves.
And if youa succeed, just see what
a name you'll make for yourself!"
Finkel wearily shook his head,
"Is he in such bad shape?"
"I haven't examined him yet,"
he explained "I know only what
others tell me about him. Of
ours, I'm familiar with such
ases." Finkel's voice was low,
in fact so low, that the alert little
Freoml -sea n seed something
"What! Even before examining
you talk about refudiag? Big men
honor youand you ti e with it
as if t wwe nothing e shook
his head diqwarag y.
The l tedious- day slid by
ad 74'i agitated ft-ode his
raomlte ak caed'sflion. lHe had
I'm thankful, that te sun
Are both hung up so hig
That no pretentious hand can
And pull them from the sky.
If they were not, I have no doubt,
That some reformin ass
Would recommend to take them
And light the world with gas.
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"Judaism is not a mere nega-
tion of the dominant belief. It is
a positive religion. It is an act-
ive, living faith; a faith that is
shown not by our words, but by
our daily life; not by the public
edifices we build, but by the in-
fluences silently, ceaselessly at
work at our family hearthstones
... If there is one lesson that the
Jewish home, the true Jewish
home, teaches above all thinp, it
is the lesson of rest; not slothful
ness, not passive acuiescene in
the mean or the sordid, not. igpo
rant acceptance of the false or the
bad, but that loftiqst ptpipai,
that restful conetednesst which
is born of an unshaken trust in
Dr. Solomon Self Cohen.
Myself and Me
I hase,to live witbiryself and so
chedul- I want to be fit for myself to
end. I want to be ableas days pogb .
ock." 'Always to look myself stra kht
I don't want to stand withdthe a et
And hate myself for the thing
Cham- I've done.
I never can hide myslf from ms;
I see what others may ne a m.
I know what othen may newv
I never can fool myself, and so,
Whatever happens, I want to Ibe
Self respecting amd eCidme
OVA I my t
2 you 15ke any W o W a A tM
teke it nd gie US~~k ct ...
m Pee s trra
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THE JEWlTH FL
SRIDIAN _ _
Late services beginning at 8
p. m. will be held as usual. Rabbi
Israel H. Weisfeld will preach a
sermon on "Fifty ighteous Men."
A feature of the services will be
a continuation of "Testimonies of
Great Nations," to be led this
S week by Abe Aronovitz. As usual,
one of the members of the congre-
gation will offer a prayer.
A special class for teaching of
Yiddish reading and writing hs'
been begun for young girls of 16
and the enrollment is steadily in-
Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kal
will preach at the Friday ever
services on "Whom Are You
A feature of the services
be a special "Schlessinger M
cal Program." Mrs. H. U.
belman and Miss Kahn will
a duet, "The Lord is My St
I The dsual religious classes
open forum will be conduct
Last Tuesday evening the
aassah showed its ,ettle when
of t the largest card parties of
,a~a ',was held at the Alca
S Hofe Quite a large number
i both members apd non-memi
1. M.teoded and af enjoyable ev
*' ib wts had by all. Beauti
4 riies were awarded to the v
.r ., ners. Refreshments wee sen
The committee in charge, c
sisting,of Mrs. Morris Dub]
chairlady, assisted by Mrs. Si
uel Simonhoff, Mrs. David
S gen, Mrs. Mndel Cromer and c
era, deserve much commendat
for the very efficient manner
which the affair was conducted
A very important meeting
'the Board of Directors of Had
sah wai held at the home of 1
Loui' Zeientz on last Mon
night. Much regret was express
at the resignation of Mrs. Mor
Plant, who will not return to I
ami any more, having taken
her permanent residence in N
S Yqrk City.
A nominating committee v
appointed to propose names i
A joint meeting with the lo(
Zionist District will be held in t
S near future to discuss wqes a
means for co-ordinatdn lo0
S Pland are being whipped in
shape for the Thanksgivig d
Sner dance to be held next Than]
giving for funds for the Had6
:| sah work.
At a meeting of the Board of
Directors of the Jewish Welfare
Bureau it was decided to hold a
Charity Ball and Bazaar to raise
funds for the Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau in the early part of Febru-
ary. Mrs. P. Scheinberg is to be
Chairman, assisted by Messrs.
Norman Mirsky, D. J. Ape, Stan-
ley C. Myers and H. I. Homa.
A gala card party for the bene-
fit of the bureau funds will be
held on Tuesday, November 13, at
the Alcazar Hotel, and will be in
charge of a committee consisting
of Mrs. P. Scheinberg, Mrs. Anna
Benjamin and Mrs. D. J. Apte.
The proposal of the Community
Chest that the Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau join the Central Council of
Social Agencies which is to consist
of all local welfare associations,
was approved. Each organiza-
tion will send two representatives
to the Council in addition to the
Social Secretary. The Council
will seek to eliminate duplication
of activities and will encourage
interchange of ideas in Welfare
and Council Of
At the meeting of the Board ol
Directors of the Council of Jew.
ish Women, the President, Mrs.
Ha- Benj. Axelroad announced that a
one check for the sum of fifty dollar
the had been received from the Boa'
m rton Chapter, towards Charity
.f work. A vote of thanks was given
ber the Boston Chapter and it was de.
r-n cided to accept the gift and send
iful it to the Jewish Rehabilitation
yin- Committee at Palm Beach for the
red. reliefpof tie Jewish families who
;on- suffered because of the last hur.
eam Announcement was made for a
Bo- elaborate program for November
th. 14, at 3 p. m., to celebrate the
ion National Peace Program of the
in Council. The full details of the
|. program will be announced in the
next issue of the Jewish Floridian.
of This general meeting to which all
lag- are invited, will be held at Term
h pie Israel.
ay Because of the fact that the
ad Council feels that all organize.
rrg tions in the city hkve their defi-
M[i. nite field for work and not to ov-
up erburden the people, it was defi-
few nitely agreed that the Council will
sponsor only one benefit affair
was this year, to be in the form of an
for elaborate entertainment to be held
January 22, next. No other af.
cal fairs 'of any kind will be held for
h,6 the CounciL
The Hallowe'en. part sponsor-
e_$b.y.the Loyalty Club of the
Emiuah Chapter was held at the
home of Mrs. Dan Ruskn' on
Turday night, and was marked
by'the large number of guests
proent Very intersting and
quat ,costumes were worn by
m of those prese. During
the evening a decoratdcard table
,./ SUBSCRIBED FOR
. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
The regular weekly meeting of
the Mana-Zucca Music Club was
held at Mazica Hall. A large
membership was present, and a
varied program, including solos
on the piano and violin dhd a
number of vocal solos, was ren-
dered. Those taking part in the
musical program were Miss Elea-
nor Clark, George Lowinger, Ir-
win M. Cassell, Mrs. L. B. Staf-
ford, Edythe Dann, Ruth Phelps,
Faye Rogers and Frances Tar-
An enthusiastic and well-attend-
ed meeting of the newly organized
Felicia Rybier Music Club was
heldat the home of Mrs. E. Blum
at Coral Gables, last Tuesday
night. A vocal solo was rendered
by Eugenia Holmsdale, who was
accompanied by Miss Florence
Besvinick. Two Mana-Zucca com-
positions were played by Gertrude
Dietz. A very interesting paper
on the "Life of Schubert" was
read by Mrs. E. Blum.
After the program refreshments
Among those present were Mrs.
E. Blum, Felicia Rybier, Babette
and Laurette Simons, Gertrude
and Louise Dietz, Eleanor Blum,
Pauline and BettyeLasky, Theresa
and Shirley Harris, Sema Lomask
and Mrs. D. Lomak.
S All preparations have been
Made for the Friendship League
Armistice Dance to be held at the
Floridian Hotel -on Armistice
Night, November 1lth; beginning
at 9 P. M. Extensive plans have
been arranged to make this dance
the outstanding affair of the sea-
son. Tickets are being rapidly
: sold and from all indications a
record-breaking attendance is
anticipated. Admission is only
$1.50 a couple. The League has
always been known to provide
the best entertainment possible at
the lowest admission. The dance
is the fore-runner of'a' number of
social affairs which will be given
by the League during the Winter
Season. Tickets may be had at
the Central Book Shop at'N. E.
Second Avenue and First Street, as
well as from all members of the
The Dramatic Club of the
Friendship League met Monday
night at the home of Miss Lena
Winkle. A one-adt play entitled
"Spot Cash" will be put on at the
regular meeting of the League next
Wednesday night. A Treat is in
store for those present. Professor
Covlitt of the University of Miami
Law School will also give a talk
on "My Idea of a Jew." A very
interesting meeting is promised.
The meeting will begin at 9 P. M.
The Friendship League Dram.
atic Club will meet hereafter on
Tuesday nights at 8 P.M. at Beth
David Synagogue. All members
o hie Club are urged to be pres-
aeAtany activities are being
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