The Jewish Floridian
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010090/00008
 Material Information
Title: The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description: 63 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla
Creation Date: January 11, 1929
Publication Date: -1990
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
System ID: AA00010090:00008
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tyand nearby Flort-
and has Ibeep active

outl strengthened
ecinof t~he Rabbi

Matters To Be

Diavid ill take
::at this *meeting a
lof prlhlems facing
'en a the plrte-
w8ibiababm~iign~et te to
I -illah~liarship for
Bi~eciasti rgnong them
rpl tin g~aetion of the
~ag y Eoasingr of tfhe
a~s~tndbhag t4~hq-Tud
, as well kno a
gsii$-g l Schoot
iiaa.to old6r moi
Milk Faihnad'8~ Toj-


cities of Flqgda, thefg
be delivered in Jako
Fla., before its C
center and tfien Aefore
Congregation in Tampa.
Ser sto ha~ve not yet been..
termined urpo/. TI~bbi WN ;:
feld plans to leav~ early dlirt~
Thursday and to Cturn to Mi-8i
emi the middle of the followq: ~
ing wveeks. In the cou~rse if
his addresses he will tell a.,~
the work of the Yeekiiva an&j
.gyill describe condi~tions at~'
Jewry in Mtiamiand. the word.kI
of the local Tarlmud Torah. ~

of the~ Yeshiva
pany Ra~bbi Ord
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Officers Chosen

At Meeting

SV'and Hakashruth Elects

That public opinion has
been aroused idii Miami and
that simple honesty is to be
enforced in the sale of Kosher
food prod fts and meats was
amply demonstrated at the
meeting in the Beth David
Synagogue held last Wednes-
day night, when officers we'e
chosen for the newly formed
V'and Hakash'ruth. After a
brief outline of conditions' as
respects the sale of kosher
meats and~ food products in
Miami, by John Wolf iglo pre-
sided, Rabbi Israel H. Weis-
feld ih? a brief but pointedly
forceful address and without
mincing words depicted con.
editions in Miami which were
astounding and 'called upon
the butchers and Kochtim to
realize that they must immed-

Talmud Torah

Ground Breaking

Epoch Making Event To Take
* Place

'The Building Committe of
the T~lmud Torah consisting
of Lewis Brown, Chairman,
Isidor Cohen, Secretary, and
J. Louis Shochet, Jos. M.
.Fine, W. L. Williams, Harry
Isases, I. Lasky, Stanley C.
Myers and Herbert E. Scherr,
met at the office of the Chair-
man on last Monday and plans
were adopted for the breaking
of ground for the new edifice
being erected to provide an
auditorium in addition to am-
ple class rooms for a Talmud
Torah for Miami's Jewish
children. A sul committee
consisting of Isi lor Coheu,
Stanley C. Myers and J. ZLouis
Shochet were authorized to
proceed with the program for
hte ground breaking ceremon-
ies, and all matters incident
to, the starting of the build-

Weisfeld, W. L. Williams and
Lewis Brown was appointed
to approve all final building
.plans and make the necessary

Seminary Repre- -
sentative Arrives
*On Mission Here

Rabbi Stope In Miami On
Southern Tour

.Rabbi D. Ordentlich arrived
in Miami this week on his
tour of the Southern States
for a two fold purpose. His
first and main purpose is to
conduct an educational cam-
paign throughout the South-
ern States to acquaint the
Jewish residents of the impor -
tance to the United Staes and
the world at large of the Ye-
shivas Rabbi Isaac Ekchanan'
n~w popularly known as the
Theological Seminary~ and Col-
lege of America. He is stres-
sing the fact that Traditional
Judaismn can best be served by
such institutions as the Ye-
shiva which combines the cler-
real knowledge of the Talmed *
the Code of Jurisprudence aind
other Ea binical lore .anrd

knowledge of a man of the

wuts orth vey ehf~ rto r -
duce Rabbis with' a knowledge
and understanding of th'e pre-
sent day problems of Jewry
who by their innate sense of
the fitne'As of thing ad

can best cope with the lack
oionaln Jdaisg ofdeute rad
man produced by the Yeshiva
c'an meet the old time Rabbi
o~n'his own grounds 'in mat-
St~ers of Jewish law and learn-
mng yet be on an equal if. not
superior footing with those
American leaders in Jewry,
clerical or lay, to whom the
knowledge of the Talmuld was
Rabbi Ordentlich is at the
same time 'trying to raise
funds for the' magnificent
Five Million dollar group of
buildings now. being erected
for the Yeshiiva, t~he, first
building being. recently dedi-
cated in New York City.
Rabbi IsraeFME~l. Welateld of
Beth David,.who is a graduate

Rabbi To Leave

On Speaking Tour
Through Florida

To Deliver Address For Ye-
shiva Building Campaign

SAt the request of he Pres-
ident and Faculty of the Ye-
shiva, Rabbi Isaac Elchanan,
known as the Rabbinical Sem-
inary and College of America,
R bi Israel H. Weisfeld, of
BADavid will deliver a ser-
ies of addressed in various

:hanghe Club
lIets Rlabbi As .
Board Member

ahplan Honored Wlnani-
mously To Office
Sbi Dr.. Jacob HI1. Kaplan
eleecteda dowee, t
of Directors of the loc-
hneClub the past

i Kaplan since his stay
i 8s aded ecad Clrun

*el a h ii lb

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intely enlist in, the cause or
face the inevitable conse-

tions presented its report and

it was unanimously adopted.
The following were chosen:
Rabbi Israel 'H. Weisfeld,
Rabbi in charge of Kashruth,
and Honorary Chairman, John
Wolfe, Chairman,~ M. Abrams

t zr, Loui War 1ke, MFinan-
Isidor Cohen, Nathan Adel-
man, Harry .Isaacs, Abe Aron
.owitz and' Louis Heiman a's
the p~cutive Board.
Various resolutions were
then adopted the most impor-
t~ant being one designed to re-
move the shochtim from the
control of the butchers and
placling them directly under
the supervision of the Rabbi
and ;the Vrand iakashruth.
A matter which vitallyr af-
f~'cted, iami Beach was
then reported and the action
of. the Rabbi and ;committee
in taking: drastic action was
unanimously approved. 4wKas
reported that the 86a Breeze
oel, Biscayne-Collinis Hotel
and Nemo Hotel had coo l~2t-
ed with _the Rabbi anld -
nFSn in all matters and their
on ws ep imaded- ~iie

involvedart wa pte e dtQ


changes if they deemed such
changes proper. The plans

fice, kitchen fully equipped,
and large auditorium for so-
cal eventat to be erected a

of ~pr nih armtiteci ue and .
designed to give the maxi-
mum amomrit of comfort and
aid occording to the latest
pedagogical method~s. An
auxiliary committees of ladies
of the Beth David Sisterhood
headed by 1Mrs. Isidor Cohen
and Mrs. Lewis Brown. is aid-
ing greatly in the raising of
funds and other matters aris-
. The committee in charge
propose that this event which
marks a new epoch in the his_
torly oif Miami Jewrs -shall be
one long to be remembered
by -all present-. Seating ar-
rangements are being prepares

ja to~ accom- ed to take carre of the large wkndents h e~
Lentlieh on a agddience of residents and aaee eetysi h e
err of0 Florida touriestwh will be pr~esent. Irmination of trhe metmber
een usaed to -and officers to make thing;pr
aalty~ of the /Bn *~ Brith To. hm from now on, it is fefe
,that good men kilil assume the'
Elee ffacrs uershs, and rrr, on t
lish~in KEash- goodH'~ 1~ woQIE ~~L rk~e by~ the l
nkd surround- lasportan' NIteeting Clll~d seat Official~s whro have not~r
teived that co
nt neeir will .:as we go to presap~Shooloq .the giefjleral pubtl
a sr~etab-om- f the loCal cate~r~ or BIth deaetee
Bamtichedir and B~jifirth will be nominatingr The 1.edgBwillKt
-'tlo JaDlmed- l. electing gfficers ~for the -Plall, oni'I'h~itrade~;~i;~
na et~fnesi termi? Muich ds 'agry 10th;~ ansd at'

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In eofr~sh p timnber rou
Wjili~e~s~ i a tree or two
't~hat: ol he~aii Fallen long
Borne dd~ryb wind ot* age -
osr pinew,
SBdadon anot neighbor
Held out its arms in sympathy
And caught the tree the
-storm had hurled
To earth, So, brothers, is the

In every patch of timber
Samaruitans of fq est~, land,
* The birch, the maple, oak .or

The nj, he cedar, all the linle;
InI every wood, unseen, un-
They bear the burdens of
their own
And bear as well another
Some brothers stricken by the

Shall trees be nobler to their
Th~an men, Wh~o boast the
noble mand?
Shall there exist within the
This great eternal broth'er- *
Of oak and pine, of hill and
And not within the hearts of
reep ?
God grant that men dre like
to these, .
And brothers brotherly as
a trees.
----Making Paper.


1(ou never ~saw your sweet-
heart's limbs, ;
But judged her by~ her
ears t

The kids w~ere wash~ed each
Saturday night,
Their da~ddy cut their hair,
Their suite were made from
Uncle's pants,
And they wore no under-
., wear.

The women padded, but did
not pamnt,
Nor smoke nor drink nor
The men wore boots and
derbyr hats,
And whiskers like a goat.

hi1aaj ?P9;Bdf C
It'Co n optai y


Spare the Rod and Spoil thle Child

"WYhy stir the matter lup ?
And again our answer "SparIe
the rod and spoil the Child."
When one learns that the pd-
lile of Mniami have been sold
and charged for what is sup-
posed to be lamb prices and
~then 'by universal ardmissibn
of~ al that this supposed lamb
was ~"GOAT,"' how in simple
honesty ~Can anyone asy "Why
star the matter dp." Whken we
find that we have bee~h paying
a tariff for the privilege of
getting supposedly "KCOBH-
ER" products and t93? ???
can anyone Ii~ simple Ihoane~sty ~
sit idly by ~Fd say nothing ?
The Jealb Floridian does
not believe that the purpose
of a newspaper is to simply
sit idl" by', over~lok matters
of even ~simple honesty ang
just.smile and pat"peopIZEOon
the back in hopeir that the ch.
ex~~tlatoA 'may be that inlcr~ea9-
ed. Our cmejton n of o~a errp.

ant. That mSit lurnot shirk
plain duty wheti~ that duty is
a matter of public interest
and it proposes .to carry that
policy into effect at all times'
Wle should -like to see all but.
chers and. all shochtim get a-
long and ~rapr, but .not at
the epa8 of simple honertyr.
S"Spare the Br'~and 8pog
the ChikI,""~we hoa~will be the
policy of thq Jewlah Commmy r
ity and people of Miami no
matter: who may. be involved,
especially where simple hon.
'esty is involved.

and watezi
a note p)ELf

my uo
and am i
double b
forged .and
imen of ha
ground to liEF~
an inch.
"If y"ou
self of the
you are f
the tarift:
don't bodger
nervous 1I
long enolghfi
es fitted.~'
She git

how it came
of a
ject at

so slipppy

back a~o.

so--if thBi~
get here -at
"Oh, you
ed back a
was the,

Listen 4 a
Listen~ to'

Don~ t Cin

A good man likes a hard
boss. I mean a boss who in-
sists upon things being done
right, a boss who is watching
things closely enottgh so that
he knows a good job from a
poor one.
-Rhodes Colossus
.. .
Noises--lak you caint tell
what 'tis makes 'em
Allus comes in de middle ob
de night
An' it's what-you-don't know.
'tis goin' to grtab yo'
Dat shakes ylo' haul de kiv-
vers up an' hol' 'em tight.

Da's a tip tap tappin' by de
An' a rip rap rappin' 'hind
de do';
Day's a flip flap flappin' at de
And a slip slop slappin'
'cross de flo'

An' you la s dar col'-sweati

Lwh!d' ntin htmuch ah's
Bsk ered mhi de datime,
know-what-'tis in de
nigh t.
* *
A doctor left a thermomet-
er with the wife of a patient,
and told her to take her hus-
band's temperature e ver y
hour and to call him if he got
any worse. When he returned
to the house in the morning,
the patient was missing and
the doctor asked what had
"I broke the thermomet-
er," said the woman, "so I
used the barometer. It regis.
tered 'very dry,' so I gave him
about a pint of corn liquor and
I swear he got up and. went
out and wKerit to ploting in
the back field."

Whengwi~se K~ing
enunciated the oft


4(*and now famous saying

iChild" we wonder if he gAd
: present day Miami in m8ind.
Much discussion has be
ev ked among the brous B
femIjinine element of our fair
City by.the Editoriat appear-
big in last weet'~s issue. "Jus
W s"in whic~aeveral glar-
ing in~iscretions on the part
of Miamni Jewish organiza-
~tions w~ere pointed oat. "Of
rs.itmas9 wrrong but why
stir the matter up! was the
unriversal comment. And our
reply: "Sparyi the -rod and
spoil the dulid." 'Of course,
we wasnt every Jewishi organi-
z8tion in Mamain to prosper and
grow!'But that gavwth must
be iwt~he proper direction. And
above allin its growikth there
i, hust not. be ,or gotten plaig

munit .iift oi~~~t ad-
herb to ~ib i~~ia tices, at
least do rip-ewish. .
Apd that5enl as to some-
atw~t thid time of great
,;~~siit to the J~ewih Com-
of Miami. As appears
-news' columns ofo~ this
opinion has been
ja Miami and the bgst

~s- ri~H~tI'are taken action to
~.,is~sqhata simple honesty
j` Bb13~z~e racticed in the hand-
bd~0~ sale of kosher meats.
:. gains~ the cry lis raised. .~

Not a soul.had ap edicitis,
Nor thought of buying

.bu chragedl you fb hi

on(T~ did not need a bank ac-
.-Join betive'4~ per cent,
f' ~J~a ire gil ot three a

~rf~i~a ~ftelve bucks paid the

~hiiif.stanrd. -tml night
la'~~:, wo rmk oCa 'er
.one foot dh tl e All,
si spprta)no a


in the- -dr

"Th~e sten~ograrpher -we re.
quire," ran the ad, "must be
.fast, absolutely accurate, and
.mus ~have hurmarln telll,
gence. If you are not a cradck.
arjack, don' bother usa." .

tb8;he oclted thi gli8
ments and went oh: "YoIur a6
vetisment appeals to a~e
strehalf-4 e~onge r thy. ~q
iwnpaared ~ ase 13 so, ,

hkope and sblliI

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lehmnan,` Mrs. H, S~teinergr,
Mrs. S. Schlorasmanl, Mr. and
. Mrs. Weeks~tein, Mlr. and Mrs.
Kaaches, Harry Plissner, Mr.
Sedler, MrF. Behwinger, all of
New York City; Mrs. R. Shul-
diener, of Brooklyn, Mlrs.
Feuerstein, M~r. and ~'Mrs.
Fisher and daughter, all of
Boston, Mass., 'Mrs. L. Snyder,
of Macon, Ga., Mr. Harry
SZolte, of Buffalo, Mrs. David
M. Siff, of A~kron, Ohio, Mr.
and M~rs. o.d Zonn, Pia el
Wa ser, of Chbisea, Mass '
I. H. Goodkowsk of Old
Orchard, Me., Mdr M. R.
Mmith, otm Bo~klSn Mdr.'sn
York, Philip Rosen, of Soauth
.Fallab rgh, N Y. Mr and
Mrs. 8. Imvin of Chioa o
Mr. and Mrs. Steinberg, o
Fleishman, N. Y Mrs. E
Greenberg, Mrs. Goldman
GSIlls, of Chicago* Mr. and
Mrs. Sheinsinnr of New
York, Mr. and ~jr. Brown, of
Providence, R. I. Mrs. Odia
and~ ~ Mr od fBosto ,
Mas. and Gr Jo eph Polak
owch ad wife of Biddletord,


After having been, success*
sivtely, filmr villain, director
and comedian, Alan Hate has

plays opposite Phyis. Haver
and wRhich will be shown at
the .Olymnple ThBatre, begn-

Jlius Dataeastein, Inc.

'rh. Sse. whhi a asprsrn.
to w. Phles a. Phos 47Os


to E TY

ning Ratrdal, ~JdM~kl-N~rIte IM I
le. :
Hoirever, this new HJale ~ro's
is a decided variaitodn from

ttaro ofl tsh 'scema8 th
he portrays the burly esptals
of a tramp freighter, breway
enough to be certain that ':
might is right, at least on his'
ship, unmoral, willing to use
any means to accomplish his
ends, and yet strangely stir-
red by the clingly hands of
an abandoned baby.
Howard Higgin directed
"Sal of Singapore" for Pathe.
Almost the entire picture wras
filmed aboard a tramp freigh.p
aerseveral miles out in t~he
oenBealdes Miss Hay~C and MQr. .:
H~ale, the cast inclu BHaxrold
William~ Hill, a seven-month-
old baby, Fred Kohley, Dan~i
Wolhrelm, Noble Johnso~, ]Pat
~Harmron and Jules Cowles,
In d~ditiop to the moving
picture program there will be '
thh offering of 'the Stage
Band under the able leader,
ship "it Stanly Majotte and
the unusually attraictive stage
novelt~ies "Mlinutes of DIves~3
sion," in which Tom apd Itet.-
ty Martin forapterly with b
Publix Unit~ Show "Red irt
Capers" will show the wlaresj
twhichr have mrade tieme tens
oaf n sowdo. Ter w10
bel 4Bowed on ~f,~~9'jt~~~
Vaughn the 'PrSF~~~p
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Miss Lillian R. Chialing, the
daughter of Mlr. and Mrsb~.
Louis O. Chilling, 1887 8, W.
11th St., who is a student at
Marjorie WeS~jter 8 cho~o1,
Washington, D. C. is sending
the mid-winter holidays with
friends sand relatives in Cleve-
land and Pittaburgh.

Mr'l and Mdrs. Oscar Atrgin-
~tar .are. being co gatulated
upon the arrival ofa son at
the Victoria Ilospital, last
Thursday. The bras was de-
layed because of the indispop-
ition of the infant and will
.takle place this unaday moarn-
ing at the home of the Argin*
tars, 429 N. W. 18th Ave.
Miss Laura Ruskcin is visit-
ing her brother andt sisei'-~in-
law, Mrd. and Mbrs. Don ]Rusk-
in. Sh~e is accompanied bY
Mise 1)~oya Barth. -Both are
students -of $allentine College,
Nlel Yoprk City ,and are on a
m-issdon for the Colege to
study conditions and environ-
merit in Havana p distin-
guished from life in American

Mrs. H. Mliiller and daughter
of Toroatsa, Caiadai, Mr. an
Mys. If~ g~rrrasr, Mr1. and de.
S.Q Ilrelshn and~~~ of Chi-
cago, Ill.; M~rs. ~olrowPitz and
son, Dr. H. Feldman, Mr. and
Mrns. I. Fedmdan, Mr. and
Mrs. ~Storlt, aR 'of BrookldYn,
N. Ya: MrP. and hMr. G.'Marka,
Mrsa. .Abramg Mrs. Cohen,
Mrs. Ffaster,bie Rocrk, Mbr.
and Mrsn. Behetndel, Mr. and
Mmrn M5iue bararowipta and
daugterF~, Mbr.and M~ta. H. B.

3, EE NE WS'

and ]Bassfpes Qppoturbitie
W.F L. W MS~

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: jdsll~l~poo3e. .lulal Ilwdr
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1P~Q~I~I :4~1Qi
l~qiair~dr j~k~p:.crr~cl;

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pin), (14 ~Proli' ~tt Man-Zm-
e a), ~il~an K. Iawisi; (s) Pas-
t~otal (Searletti) (b) Iven-
tion (Sheh), (c) Arab~esque
(Mlana 7 2neca), Gertra e
Schoenberg; (a) Etwdei (Wol-
lenhaupbt), (4~ Zuaves 'Drill
(M~ana-Zucca), Doris *Cromrer.

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1st St., last saturday, night at
Br~idgIe, Q3uite a number of
the PVluager lset were present
and enjoyed the evening.
Cak& and tes as well as hot
dogs and sauerkraut were
served to the K~nights and
LadiLes, during the evening..

: bra. J. Louis Shochet left
fob IBaltimore last Sunday
night tot visit her miot~her who
is critically ill in Baltimore.

Cantors Aaron Edgar is
agending~ the weeke in Miamni
to. enjoy a mudh needed rest
froma hipe very ardous duties
with thke Comninsity Centre,
of Jackslonvile, ]Fla. While
here; e is observing the var-
i~us, counrunal activities and
is especiallY interetsted in the
pagreesr of the iocal Talaud
~for~ah andt the pedagogical
seethtody in practice. .
Invitations have been is~su-
ed4 by Mqiss Francip pr~ucker-
toon tos a pyp le' recitrsl to be
grven at 8:80 p. m. Sa~tuday
at 1 aies hall, 410 NI E. 17th
St. To prqgrenl followv~s: (a)
Th ML~e ryPowt (Schu.
.~p) (b) I9 a S eqUqtine ,
f~i~ el MaIdrie), a; 4rie c
.1ser Th~e Ri ~ ater

et) (a) (br .@lndour, ( yrg-

loerro and ( an/

Zoecca), Sylvia Lbvit; (a)
Preud~ ~B Minor (;Chopin),
(b) Valse A Mino~r (Ch ipin)
Doris moriner Farurst on
nod), (a) PIlodr Seas (b)
Sokers' March Ljucy Bnowe;

.es), Jeanett ~lany aa n.
hauser asn ,B 3a to al"
I~pn'g Sitar), Marurice Orom-
(b) aIb)r .nend Bu -

opuer) (a) Moledl (Masse-
C1Gnatu), bySert IanesL (Cha-

N94te) Pld~Rater ( )

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ihter,~ M~rs. Isildor Cohen.
tr.an Mrs~i. Jack WYueber,
begag cogrsQateate upon
a Rhaie~ Hos~iitqi. phe
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~i awarrkins a sem em a
"c rtth ol r& Tdy Ycmma
"I ~ gd rsje 46 tI
evey da asirte rtf-i
of fit~ting a past age d slow
rmtion individual pubrtium
intob a newI age of imimr~l
Efe ram rapid tramit. 1It wll
diSrCus the rli>sns rL
qurired for mm wo fg aO m
those who ride in on-arts-
Ih~ere will be no open fa~ram
mis week. On Sunderg might
Janu ary~ 20t th Opm Emum
wil uumre rit Prof. C~
Wicer~ deofg the Uvrshyat
on "1se Peare of trte Carri-

Bcin Deai I~~-

The D~ance and Bte hed
~brJ de SPistdood df Bes
Dav~id, lat~ Sunday migitat
th Frolics- ~sueded in wais-
in a snb~ubsantl sunm for ~the
T~alana Tarap ]BaSilding Fund-
Te ~program wIIas~ m~tl t-
tor up abd the citiemonr of
Mia~mnri, ~including the Ban~s
an~d seome ofb~ thesastntal
bushress houss eshidhed
M swilling~ iess to cooperate i

than Adelman, c- ~il
~shod t~hat work and efforts
mk twalt~~b s. Of
curse Mrs. Isidor CTohen, ~mrs
Lewis Brown.- Mrs. Dubler,
Mrs. Ab Ar~rianoz ram the
other good bi of time emb-
.ie...... s ws,.ni ti el -.
the rm d 0 adrdamaght in
and ~tdcket sold be ~time. -
A large nramber of ~erdnr
and tnoursts studed ad the
R~evue psr~ested reroked a
Mt~ deal of sun'** _
On laslt Tuesday a large
card party for thebenek t of
the Tlrmad Tarah Faml was
held at time Bla~cayne-C~ims
Hotel agrstal byf the Famit? *
racobs a~d a r Israe numbe b
far due Israest of theo se-aon

weren anmate, as was the Ho-
tel, ~byr tiFePaly! Jambs.
On Cldadame. aisht r a c

Au~ f regaltmaran

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Depoitory: for United States Governmsen, ~Shn r of
County- of Dade ad City of Mbiami

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Ham~itnn Micheleen ::"
Is 8..* so..s aLr...,,'
Ilu tr -- "* ~ e PIo '**~~

SThe asualpr Friday miht ser~-

feld prmwhim a serman an
11eshe r asha"

singing wiB be led 'by Cantr
M. Shoestmen whjo wCill sing

Thbe Bar M~lzza berekfast
class wig met atr 8-30 Sp
day murmani as usarl and m
be~ tttttttttttttttttttt ~Ghe g sof IAewis Brwn
who, recentfy celebdrate hi
~aget MrirtdayF. PlAMn o f-
fuers for th r~e ls ill be

sueriso ofM. ok
wm eshaybe rm~a Ze

numbe Bof msical entrta~n-

The SundayF Schoo Assr-
bly was addressed land S
Mrs. Dunksa lof Toronsto,

The~ Adah Bibe cl assw9
meet as ualP~ at 10~ ~a-3Su-
day mornIing.- Plans a~ sw I
bing ~formuated~ for the first

Templet Israel
The usual Friday night ~se-
F-ies wZn b~e hekI at Temp~e
I~srrael a 8 P. H.l Rabbi Kap-
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a esh for the benet at thre
Tlmald Thrrah b~~imiligf
Quitea~ large amnbera df usi-
& mul ~on~~~ll

Thea Sistrboodu of Te~Lmule
Israel muler tZe ladership
of its par~residet. Mrs LL
Re~jewee~n, is planning a very
active saeason an d i begin
on J~anuary 13rh. withP a laree
dance an revue for th bene-
Oti of Ahe Orsan Fund at the
on~nL~ a e night of Jan-
eary 13rh. nbex Sunndayr, at
wrhich time in ~addition5 to the
regular show offered by the
Frolies additional stunts~ willi
be i-a
Mlrs LL SY~eligman ir Gens-
eral Chainrmn and is ~being
assisand byr Mrs H. E. Klei-
man, Ticket Chairmoar; Mrs.
J. Gerald Lewis asst. Ticket
Gaamrin and Mrs~. ~
Goldfarb as Progam Chair-

On MIonday, Ja~nuary 21st.
at 2-30 p. m., a large card
p~arty for the benefit of the
Heb~rew Unio olege Dormi-
~t~Orl Fund wil be gvnr at
Kjaplan Ball and quite a large
atteadramee is expctd. Mdes-
dam~TesL Si Mendelsona and MIor-
ris Cowen will be hos~t~esses.

.,~ SqP~P g...n be be at K >-
tended th~E at thi be moreI in i~
the natural of a socilal get Ito-
gethe than a money raisins
evet. Mesdanuis Laouis Sek -
lin ad H. M., Barg wiB1 bte

On Mondayh, Feb~rruary 4th
at 1 ~o'Elok bridge and lunch-
com will be held at a hotel on
the Beach, Use exedL~ details
to be alnwnroun in these col-
umns ina the near future Mes-
daes~ IL E_ Klei~man, Phi
Cohea of Coral Gables, Gor-
der Dark,' and H. M. Barg
kill b~e die hasteam~s.
On Fridayc. February 22-nd,
Wash~Eington's ~gbdirtha on
ef thre socill gal even~ts of
thre seasonR will be held in the
forml of a galrden party and
b,,,,e at the bane of a r
Snamue Kator, 11564 Brickell
Aore.. He eartl ddats to be
lnnuounced in thee columrts

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nitbAlcazr Hotelk ~ ~lda Veedr~ls;
ness was transacted after rd
whichS Mrs. Buc-kman.F~ ad b
knwn, for her achiFevemnts
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