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The Jewish Floridian
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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
January 9, 1931
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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AA00010090:00098

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
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Vol. IV.-No. II. Miami, Florida, Friday, January 9, 1931 Price 5 Cents


Announcements Miami Racing
_____- Season to Oper
MIAMI
JEWISH ORTHODOX The sixth annual season of
CONGREGATION thoroughbred racing undei
(Orthodox) the sponsorship of the Miam
1545 S.W. 3rd Street Racing Association will bt
ISAAC M. WAPNER launched with the best class
Rabbi of horses ready to race, thar
-has been seen on any winter
The early Friday evening race track since the halcyor
services (Kabalas Shabos) days of California winter
will begin at 5:15 p. m. with racing of over two decades
the usual late services at ago. Every stable of promi-
8:15 p. m. when Rabbi Wap- nence in the country has
ner will preach on "The Pow- some representation at Hia.
er of Weakness." He will be leah Park, and it will be the
assisted by Rev. Nathan first time that many of then
Wrubel cantor of the Congre- have ever raced in the win
gation who will chant the ter. Among the nationally
service and lead the Congre- known establishments now
nation singing. The sermon awaiting the opening Janu
will consist as usual of Eng- ary 15, are the Greentre(
lish and Yiddish. stable, Cornelius Vanderbill
Saturday morning, Rabbi Whitney, Belair Stud of Wil
Wapner will preach on "Our liam Woodward, Joseph E
Conception of a True Bar Widener, George D. Widener
Mitzva," because of the Bar Rancocas stable of Harry F
Mitzva celebration of Charles Sinclair, Bud Fisher, James
Adelman the son of the Fitzsimmons, Keeneland Stud
President of the Congrega-- R. L. Gerry, Marshal
tion. The parents of the boy Field III, Edward B Mc
will be hosts to the worship- Lean, George M. Hendrie, J
pC. Ellis and others of note.
pers at a iddush" immedi The meeting will be mark
ately after the services. The meeting will be mrk
All are urged to attend ed by the appearance in the
Alfl .urgedtoattnd saddle of many famous Joe-
services which begin prompt- saddle of many famous Joc.
ly at 9 a. m. The Congrega- keys and these will include
tion being strictly Orthodox Sonny Workman, H. R. Riley
urlest all tourist and resi- Albert Robertson, Mack Gar-
dents of the Greater Miami ner, Eddie Barnes, Jack Eaby
distort wo agre wth hese I Eddie Kummer, Harry Thur.
Sditrie t w agn ber, Eddie Ambrose and oth.
vices to which a very hearty ers airmostar I vr6Wf.
welcome will be given them. There are over 600t th rs
I now quartered at thep drse,
TEMPLE ISRAEL of MIAMI and by the day t meeting
(Reform) opens this numb r will be in-
It N. B. 19th Street creased to ove ine hundred.
JACOB H. PLAN The de d for stabling
DR.AOBHroom thi eason was far be-
Rabi yond e capacity of the
Services at Temple Israel, o e, and many horsemen
Reform Jewish Congregation, to be refused.
187 N. E. 19th street, Friday It is generally conceded
evening, at 8:15 p. m. The that the season will be a ban-
subject of Dr. Kaplan's lec- mer one and under the spon-
ture will be "Perfectly Na- sorship of Joseph E. Widener,
tural." Tourists are cordially master of Belmont Park and
invited to attend all services. a leading figure in the Mi-
CONG. BETH D ami Racing Association many
CONG. BETH DAVID persons of wealth and prom.
(Conservative) inence are being attracted.
189 N. W. Third Avenue The track proper, which horse
S. M. MACHTEI men pronounce one of the
Rabbi safest and fastest in the
The usual late Friday country is in splendid condi-
night services will begin at tion for tne opening, ana
8 p. m. with Rabbi S. M. horses are being worked over
Machtei preaching a sermon it every morning.
on "Backbone." Mr. Louis The conduct of the meet-
Hayman will hold the con- ing will be in most capable
gregational singing and hands. Major Barclay H.
ichiantingj. A social *hour at Warburton is president;
which the Beth David Sister- Joseph E. Widener, chair-
hood will be hosts will fol- man of the Board and Frank
low the services. J. Bruen, director-manager.
Saturday morning services George Cassidy, who acted
begin at 9 a. m. and the Rab- as starter at the last meet-
bi will preach a sermon on ing when he succeeded his
the portion of the week in father, the late Mars Cas-
Yiddish. sidy will again send the
fields away. Young Cassidy
CONG. BETH JACOB also acts as starter on all of
(Orthodox) the New York tracks and
311 Washington Avenue also at Saratoga.
Miami Beach
The usual early Friday singing and the chanting of
night services will begin at the services will be conducted
5:15 p. m., with the late ser- by Mr. B. Silverman.


vices following at 8 p. m. Mr. Saturday morning services
Harry I. Lipton prominent begin at 9 a. m. Ah tourists
,ettrney and president of the as well as residents are in-
rdis Zionist 4iatrict will vited to attend and will be
-s pek on "The Synagog of made welcome at all services
Today." Thei ~e regational including the daily Minyan.


dox Congregation which pur-
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Riverside Presbyterian O g t a
Church several months ago Opening to a capacity
and has been remodeling it crowd last Saturday night the
since that time is now prepar- new dog track known as the
ing to formally dedicate the West Flagler Kennel Club
building as soon as the al- headed by JaKe Scher well
terations have been com- known Jewish communal
pleted. The committee in worker anu citizen of liiam.,
charge has tentatively set the has attracted numerous vis-
first Sunday in February as itors because of the excell-
the date of dedication, which ence of the sport being shown
will begin the Friday night there every night.
previous. A nationally known The track which is locateA
Chazon will conduct services within a few minutes ride of
on Friday nignt and Saturday tne heart of the city is mou-
morning and on Sunday eve- crn in every respect and has
ing will sing at a banquet been designed to give te
which will close the three acme of comfort to the pa-
days dedicatory exercises. trons at the same time show-
Several well known Rabbis ing the best in dog racing.
and laymen prominent in Races are being run every
Jewish Orthodoxy of this right excepting Sunday and a
country have volunteered to hurdle race is being run eve-
assist in the exercises and ry night for the entertain-
will speak Friday night, Sat- ment of the patrons. Musical
turday morning, Sunday af- entertainment between races
ternoon and Sunday night. is provided for the patrons.
The children of the Sunday The officials in charge of
school and Talmud Torah wili the actual racing are well
take part in the Sunday;af- known throughout the coun-
ternoon exercises. The.Ladies try, and it is predicted that
Auxiliary of the Congrega- their handling will soon make
tion is cooperating in the this one of the most attrac-
plans for the dedication. i ~ve ses in the country.
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"All right," hiccuped one of the
stews, addressing a newspaper
man next to him, "--all right, whit
have YOU done for the world?"
"Me?" came the instant rejoin-
der. "Why, I sold advertising for
The World."
THE HEIGHT OF SOMETHING/
Every small boy, at some stage
of his career, has a consuming am-
bition to become a cowboy. Later,
his ambition is to be a railroad
engineer. But my great, Suppres-
sed Desire was different. I wanted
to ride through the streets of Mon-
roe, Georgia, in clown costume
playing "Sweet Rosie O'Grady" on
a steam calliope.
Maybe I missed my calling. All
who agree witn me please signify
by-no, never mind.
LION 'S' TAGGERS
New York recently witnessed
for the first time a complete cir-
cus presented on a theatre stage.
The Jolson theatre, in 7th avenue,
was remodeled for the event, the
stage being enlarged and the floor
braced to support the weight of
elephants, et cetera.
But something was lacking.
There was no big, mysterious tent
pitched on the vacant lot down by
the water-works. .... excitnfr
street parade headed by a bellow-
ing callope. .. No rumble of
reo-and-lu t cages seething wit
feroio s Hons and wgdcats;. .
No swit, d a ,Wred
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Ladies' Auxiliary
Holds Dance

One of the best attended
and delightful events of the
early winter season was the
dance given by the Ladies.
Auxiliary of the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation,
at the Woman's Club last
Tuesday night. Booths were
placed around the spacious
hall and contained cakes,
sandwiches, novelties, drinks,
candies and cigars. Flowers
were sold to the guests as
they entered the hall. A large
number of tourists to the
Greater Miami section were
present and were entertained.
Among the articles raffled
and sfld during, the evening
was a large doll contributed
by Mrs. H. Green, cakes con-
tributed by tne Alamac Hotel,
Sea Breeze Hotel, Davidson's
Restaurant and a large num-
ber of contributions and gifts
by private individuals. The
committee in charge and
those aiding the committee
were: Mesdames Louis Van-
gilder, chairman; P. Augus-
tine and Sam Tannenbaum,
assistant chairmen a-d Max
Kupferstein, Mn Rippa,
M. Kotkin, J. L. hochet, C-
Tannenba Sam Futter-
fass, i Levitt, Harry
Seitli nas. Feldman, H. M.
Dr itch.
Entertaining during the
evening were: a delegation
from the Sortelle Dancing
School, H. Green, Mrs. B.
Kraft accompanied by Bar-
oness Leopold at the piano
and Miss Helen Wroobel.
Mr. Louis Vangilder acted as
Master of ceremonies and he
was assisted by Mr. Max
Kupferstein.

Orthodox Shul Is
To Be Dedicated

The Miami Jewish Ortho-


Cohen Is UrgedIN T
For Office

Former Congressman Wil-
liam Cohen of New York city ir'fAt mk Ak
is being urged as Borough
President of Brooklyn to suc- BY EN9ST CAMPA
ceed Julius Miller who was New York. A Farewell to
elected to the Supreme Court Broadway:
Good-by you gaudy circus
Justiceship. All elements of Of splendor, lies, and lights-
Jewry in Greater New York A merry mask for heartbreak-
Of gin and jazz and nights .
have united to) urge his Farewell, you Painted Lady,
choice because of his out- You and your hurrying pack.
SI'll think of you occasionally-
standing ability and fitness. And wish that I were back!
He'is an active worker in all IF ONLY-
charitable and welfare insti- George Bell (that wasn't his
tutions of greater New York name) had been arrested on a
criminal charge. After several
and has been a frequent vis- months at liberty on bail, the grand
itor to Miami. Several years jury heard his case. Bell went
ago he spoke before the Men's home to await their decision.
Club of Miami and contribu- That was on a Friday.
ted for the outfitting of a He waited-an eternity of men-
tal agony-through a sleepless
basket ball team for Jewish Friday night. Through a long, long
boys of Miami. Saturday. And the maddening,
slow hours of Saturay night.
Friendly Inn To When Sunday dawned he told him-
Friendly Inn To self he could stand the ordeal no
longer. He shot himself. That
Hold Meeting night, in a hospital, he died.
Meanwhile, down at the post-
office a letter waited for him. It
The Hebrew Friendly Inn was just a brief note, signed by
(Hachnosas Orchim) will hold the prosecuting attorney. It in-
a public meeting at the Beth formed-orwas intended to inform
-the accused man that the jury
David Talmud Torah next had failed to indict him... .
Tuesday evening, January 13, RELATIVELY SPEAKING
at which time prominent in this town of incurable wise-
speakers will address the crackers, Professor Einstein, dur-
meeting and explain +be im- ing his recent visit, showed that
portance of the institution ; he is no back number himself.
Public meetings will be held Harassed for a concise explan-
Public meetings will b held tion of his Relativity Theory, he.
at the different Synagog.s m finally broke down as follows:
S.-.ry .month tc. "If a man holds a good-looking
arouse public interest in the girl in his lap for an hour it seem.
institution. At the last Exe- like a minute, but if he sits on a&
r metin r t red hot stove for a minute it seemed
cutive Board meeting report like an hour. That's relativity."
of the various committees GOING TOO FAR
granting aia to transients GOING TOO FAR
granting ai to transients Notwithstanding, there was no
were received and showed the excuse for an incident that hap.
need of the Friendly Inn in opened a few nights ago.
Miami. A friend, dropping in at my pea-
The organization is being green apartment, spied a humorous
The organization is being college magazine on a table.
chartered and is at the pres- "The Yellow Jacket," I said
ent time maintaining a home chestily. "Swell little mag. My
where lodging for transients brother is one of the editors."
are being provided. c"HIHpLhoorayt!"-the smartest ex-
e b g claimed. "At last-a writer in the
-family!"

Flagler Dog HELP!
g HL A little group of Serious Drink-
Track Opens ers were in argument. The con-
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN


Friday, January
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JEWISH NEW '"
THROUGIOUTI


Jerusalem: Though denied
by official sources, it appears
Bentwich, the Jewish: atter-
ney General of Palestine will
not return to that position at
the end of his present leave
of absence. From credible in-
formation it appears that Mr.
Bentwich has already ten-
dered his resignation which
has been accepted. Though
never popular with the Jew-
ish population of Palestine
his resignation will at this
time prove a moral victory
for the Arabs who for a long
time have demanded his res-
ignation.
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Chicago: Bread in the Jew-
ish Londale section is being
sold at three cents a loaf be-
cause of a strike now on be-
tween Union bakers and their
employers. The employers
caused a lockout of more than
150 Jewish bakers, and these
in retaliation formed a bakery
of their own and are selling
bread at the low price while
the regular bread is bringing
five cents a loaf.
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Bucharest, Roumania: It
appears that the Roumanian
government is determined to
stamp out Anti-Semitism in
official sources. On orders of
the Government the head of-
fice of the Anti-Semitic "Iron
Guard" was closed and all the
records were confiscated. All
government employes taking
part in riots against Jews or
in anti-Jewish propaganda
will be dismissed without no-
tice.
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Cleveland, Ohio: The noted
Jewish scientist and world
famous anthropologist, Franz
Boaz of Columtla University
was chosen president for 1932
of the American Society for
the Advancement of Science
at the convention held here
this week. President Boaz
will assume his duties Decem-
ber 27, 1931 at the conven-


tion of the association in New
Orleans.
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London, England: Prof J.
Garstong will leave this week
to undertake Archaeological
investigation to determine the
manner in which Joshua
caused the walls of Jericho
to fall. Prof, Garst6ng be-
lieves that the Jews under


Joshua laid mines beneath
tne walls and when the trum-
pets blew, caused the mines
to explode ana the walls to
fall. He claims that he has
found evidence of fire in the
split rocks, and large piles of
coal surrounding the walls.
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Warsaw: The town of Ho-
rodenko near Stanislau, Gal-
icia was the scene of a terri-
ble catastrophe last week
when ten Jewish women were
killed instantly and fifteen
more wounded when the boil-
er in the "Mikva" (Ritual
Bath) exploded. A panic was
created and when physicians
arrived they found the dead
and wounded.

London: The Association
of Chemical Industries award-
ed a medal to Dr. Herbert
Levinstein for his discover-
ies in dye materials. The
award is considered one of
the most noted in Chemistry
circles.
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New York: The History of
the Jews in America by Peter
Wiernick noted historian and
editor of the Jewish Morning
Journal has just been pub-
lished in a new and revise
edition. It is illustrated and
contains more than five hun-
dred pages.

With the election of Rabbi
Zusmanovitch as the head of
the famous Slobodka Yeshivo
by an overwhelming majority
over his opponent Rabbi
Osofsky, the three year con-
troversy in the Yeshiva has
at last been closed. Beginning
with the naming of his son
in law as the head of the es-
hivo by Rabbi Epstein when
he left to assume charge of
the Hebron Yeshiva, the con-
troversy waged until it had
assumed proportions which


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SLANG
There is nothing new under the
sun. A smart scholar has been dig-
ginginto the classics of literature
and finds that many expressions
which are generally regarded as
strictly modern slang are hundreds
of years old. Alexander Pope, for
example, the English poet who
died in 1744, originated the expres-
sion "nobody home," to signify an
empty-minded person. Dean Swift,
famed as the author of "Gulliver's
Travels," described a middle-aged
woman as "no chicken."
The phrase "twenty-three," in
the sense of "it's your turn to dis-
appear," comes from Charles Dick-
ens. In "A Tale of Two Cities"
Sydney Carton, the hero, is await-
ing his turn to go to the guillotine,
in the French Revolution. The old
women, knitting, call off the num-
bers as the executioner's victims
pass. "Twenty-three," they call,
and Carton is led to his death.
About the only "modern" slang
that is really modern is derived
from modern inventions. Shake-
speare could never have one of
his characters advising another to
"step on the gas," nor Dickens
at one time threatened the
very existence of the institu-
tion.
Rabbi Osofsky has now
been chosen as the "Dayan"
or Jewish Judge of the city
of Slobodka and all parties
together with a committee of
the leading citizens of the
city are now working to make
the Yeshiva and the city
which is dependent upon it,
the successful and worth-
while institution that it was
in years past.


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refer to an individual as a "flat
tire."
FLYING
Col. Lindberg the other day
pointed out that the improvement
in airplanes since he made his
New York to Paris flight has been
so great that it is only a question
of a short time, in his opinion,
before the public takes to flying
as it has taken to motoring.
Planes are safer, faster and
carry larger loads than (a few
years ago. What is needed most
is landing fields closer to the cen-
ters of towns, says Col. Lindberg.
Where 90 miles an hour was a
good cruising speed in 1927, now
the same type of plane makes 140
miles an hour easily, and carries
1,200 pounds as against 400 pounds
then. With increased safety, fly-
ing becomes a matter of routine
like driving a car.
Col. Lindberg's opinions are en-
titled to respect. He probably
knows more about both the science
and the art of flying than anyone
else living, and has proved himself
a conservative and accurate prop-
het in the past.
WAKEFIELD
Nearly two hundred years ago
George Washington's father plant-
ed two thousand cedar trees on the
family estate, "Wakefield," near
Fredericksburg, Va. Today that
cedar forest is the scene of the
greatest activity since the birth of
the first President, for workmen
are engaged in restoring the old
house, which was burned on Christ,
mas Day 150 years ago. The stone
foundations and chimneys still
stand, and a brick-kiln has been
constructed to make bricks from
the local clay, just like those of
which the original house was built.
The restoration and preservation
of the homes and birthplaces of
the Fathers of our Nation is a


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splendid and
We paid to ttA
eirly days to'
with the resul-t'tgt.
have disappeared, n to
placed.
Wool)
WOOD hra .
Nothing has ever replaced
satisfactorily for the Int* L
"trim" of buildings. With -m
effects can be obtained whbl* .|
impossible with metal or
tion. But the use of wood Infargt
buildings in the cities has been di
courage because of the fire rlsk.
New York authorities are now
experimenting with a new fire-
proofing method which seems like-
ly to be adopted. It consists in
soaking the wood in a chemlithl
solution which, when heated, gives
off a fire-extiguishing vapor and
at the same time covers the sur
face of the wood with a protective
coating.
In New York now wooden shel-
ves, paneling, doors and trim asi
not permitted in tall office buldl-
ings and hotels, and wooden floors
are allowed only when laid over
solid concrete.


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Last Rac AtL 0 ADMISSION 50 Ten Night
Last Race At 10:50 -IExcept Sunday

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From Mll Beach-Croe oan 7Ith Stret Cuswy and Turn North on N. L. SmAd Ave to 1140 -I
From Wet Palm Beach, Lake Worth, Fort Lauderdale, Hnollywood4Drl.n soth O Dixie to 114th s t
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t JEWISH
LORIDIAN
A Weeky Newsper
PrUBLSUBD VERY FRIDAY
by tbe
g JaWIS FLOWIIAN PUBLISHING CO
107 SOUTH MIAMI AVE.
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S J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor
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VOL. IV.-NO. II.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1931.

S ADVICE WORTH HEEDING

Some plain talk appears
over the signature of Dr.
.Solomon B. Freehof in a re-
cent issue of the American
p *raelite. Dr. Freehof's thesis
that "missionary effort"
Reform Jews among the
Jrthodox is as bad as Chris-
tian missionary work among


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Follow your heart in your says she has no plans for KILLING WI INN
friendships, marriage at the moment, KILLING WITH KINDNESS
For your heart will point which will give you a rough Recently a young couple were subJected to the ordeal
the way, idea of how widespread the of a fashionable church wedding, and started joyously on
And the friends you make for1 depression is. their honeymoon.
pure love's sake, I They were a nice boy and girl. His only idea was to
You will keep for many a Our prisons are filled with f nd a job at the bottom of some good business where he
day. men who have committed pre- could cave out a career for himself. She lhad dreams of
meditated crimes, says a making a little home, keeping him happy, listening in the
Follow your heart in your writer. Our observation is evening to the story of his day's adventures, and helping
friendships! that the average inmate be- him by her love and enthusiasm to be a real success.
Position, money or fame lives he is in prison because They had only one draw-back, or rather six draw-
Will not weigh a thing against he did not have a better law- backs; two sets of wealthy parents and two very rich old
joys that ring yer. aunts.
At the sound of a true I 1 While they were away the two aunts had an inspira-
friend's name. Ted-Why didn't you mar-tion. They looked around secretly in the most expensive
ry Alice? You used to say part of the city and picked out a swell apartment. They
Follow your heart in your she was as good as gold. employed the highest priced interior decorator, and gave
friendships! Everette--Yes, but I met a generous orders at the leading furniture stores.
Make friendship your fin- girl who has gold. When the couple came back to town they were met by
est art, all four' parents and the two doting old maids. In a big
So it lasting till y Mae-I want to write a de- limousine they were whisked up to the apartment. The
When your heart is a worn scription of a pack of wolves lights were switched on. The older people waited expec-
old heart But where can I find a packtantly for the exclamations of joy that would greet the
o eart.of wolves ? splendid lay-out.
I Tom-Come on over to my Too astonished to say anything, the poor little rich
ULK, Berlin: Isocrates was boarding house! children gazed about them. Then suddenly the bride cov-
an orator in Athens, and to ered her face with her hands and burst into a flood of tears.
im came others, students ( A inirr ak Wash- The older people thought that they were tears of joy.
elocution, to learn his art. intn anier itsra "What In clumsy fashion they began to comfort her, to tell her
ne day there came a maington answer editor, "What that what they had given her was nothing in comparison
to him named Creon, who particular crime i comml- ; with what they would like to do:
6da wthpn ah an n1 z.aaonaoi _


Jews. wanted to become famous as copied and sold" Wouldn't
"We ought to leave Ortho- a political spellbinder. income under the general
S doxy alone!" Dr. Freehof de- "You'll have to pay double head of Arts and Grafts?
clares. "It has problems fees if you want that k of i I
enough without our adding to instruction said Isocrates. Customer-"But this doll
them. We ought to treat Or- "Why shall I have to py keeps calling 'Blaa! Blaal "
thodoxy as we wbuld like all more than these other fellow dealer "It's the latest
religions to regard each oth- studyingg forensic eloquence thing in congressmen dolls."
er. If, for example, Christians asked the prospective pupil. i
are confident that Christian- "Because I shall have to Jack-"I'm from a curious
ity has the exclusive truth, teach you two arts," replied family. My father has a woo-
we would like them to con- Isocrates, the teacner of rhe- den leg, two of my brothers
tend themselves with the con- .oric. "First I must teach you have artificial arms, a sister
fidence that saime day that speakingsand, second, keeping has false teeth and- "
uth will prevail everywhere. silent. Clifford-"And you seem
"'We would, of course, have I S to have come by your wooden
our own opinions about that. Soft as the notes of heaven, head naturally, then."
So with regard to Orthodox Flute-like and tender true; !
Judaim, Reform Jews are Misic comas softly stealing, I know a man who has no
cenvited that the principles Stirring the heart of you. grand possessions,
of Reform are essentially w But just a pipe, a shelf of
right. Let us then rely upon Choose what your heart de- books, a niche
S that rightness to find its way. sYres; In one friend's heart, a mind
"In America, after Reform Yours s the will to say- of rare impressions .
established itself, it grew rap- But choose w.w Ihe utmost And he is rich.
idly.and is still growing. No caution-
missionaries are sent out to The Piper demands his I know a man who owns nalf
vert Orthodox congrega- pay a city,
s. The logic of events is But finds his idle days hard
dually leading many Or- Dance to the flute of Aban- to endure.
t odox congregations to re- don- his heart has never thrilled
form their ritual of their own Dance tothe Song of Love- to love or pity .
accord. Dance to the Devil's daring- And he is poor.
- : "Orthodox Judaism all over Dance to the hosts above! !
S the world is staggering under Experience frequently has
heavy blows. Let us not give Pn ill supply he music, some slow pupils.
it another enemy to fight. If Fate will supply the dice-- s p
Reform is as right as we be- Gamble and ance 'till the Cupid has a snap when it
lieve it to be it will come, as finish, encounters an idle brain.
S it has come, out of Oritho- But be willing to pay the i
40xy. Let time be our only price! Promises make debts and
S flssionary." debts make more promises.
S Dr. Freehof's editorial Miss Peggy Hopkins Joyce des e
t particularly with the The man who says he hates
sent efforts of Rabbi Jer- ter man could be chosen for a liar often merely lacks self-
e Mark, a Hebrew Union the task. But the task is a esteem.
Ilege graduate, who is e nw ong one. !
leave aj amence from his "The above -editorial ap- There is no ailment more
mna, Al., pulpit, and en- hearing in the last issue of difficult to cure than willful
ged in[ work for Reform the Bnai Brith is extremely ignorance.
ism Melbourne, Ave. interesting to the Editor of I
w mraer the auspicea f the Jewish FIoridin. Dr. When a public official ma-
e WeMd Jnion for P, ogres- Feehof, Rabbi Mark and the gines himself a big gun It's
e Judaism. writer were school mates and time to fire him.
'"Rabbi Mark s Aoing he- went to the Baltimore Talmud I I
work, but I wish he were Torah together. Dr. Freehof's The grandchia's voice will
4pig it at all," writes Dr. Lather is today one of the res- always be raised in aefens
". e is an under- peted Orthodox laymen in of the mother-in-law.
-. and *irituajy- Baltimore and a practicing I
Sa n. None of lia "Mohel." That muscle, of Muscle
will be b t Rabbi Mark's mother washoals, is abecon n terrial
Strslely devout O o4oz withered 0ron. *l O l i.
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Being a well bred young lady, the bride did not dis-
illusion them. She mumbled some conventional words of
thanks and held herself under control until they had tone.
She could not tell them-and they would not have un-
derstood-that they had done the cruelest thing imaginable;
that they had destroyed her dream and robbed her of one
of life's sweetest pleasures. They had tried to be so very
kind, and they succeeded only in taking from her the joy-
ful right of every girl to fix up her own little home for
herself.
Most of us run no danger of hurting our children in
the same degree. We are, fortunately, too poor to rob
them very much.
Yet all parents need to be on guard a bit in this pos-
perous land. Let us have the good sense not to kill with
kindness.
Let us give our kids a chance to enjoy the same grand
pleasures which we enjoyed-the pleasure of selecting their
own mates, making their own homes, and fighting tir
way up by themselves.


W JOMN JOEd4 GAMES .
SEASONABLE HINTS
The crisp, invigorating days of autumn somehow in-
spires one with renewed courage and faith in the things
about us The appetite becomes keener, the breathing
deeper; the morning walk in the open drives the fatig~ e of
mid-summer. The machinery of digestion takes on a new
hum; in short, we "feel better all over."
The rural housewife finds much for her capabbl hands
to do. Think of the canning of pears, the preotving of
late plums, the pickling, canning, catsuping of the lusious
fall tomato! Such substantial for the winter-day diaag
table! How we anticipate, as we carry out autumn details!
I am in direct touch with the National Camnes Asso-
ciation of America, and with great benefit to myself as an
advisor to the public in the interests of more and better
health. I find the great canning industry striving, with
every improved facility known, to give our people the best
in sealed provisions, employing the most skilid scientiats
in laboratory tests, in order to provide nutrimnt of ase-
ralelled flavor and purity for our people. The winter hurt-
can holds the juices, vitamins, proteins, so o- ble to
right living. Our canned products reach o to the
four corners of the earth.
In time, the housewife will escape the .e.tu duties
of canning fruits; they can be put is tf gMt
and expert techniehans, cheaper, more~9d ti
and can be ot ready to use eim-
pared with the dgery of home min- -
We are wetW past the age whea;' i: :
color the glass of cOmmei r*i as oi
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* Mrs. May Lasky with her
son Dale, and Miss Francis
SHouse, all of New York, are
located at 327 Washington
avenue for the winter.
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Among guests at the Vic-,
toria apartments are Mr. and
Mrs. David Glaser of Cleve-
land, Ohio: Mr. and Mrs. I.
Sbkol of Akron, Ohio, and
Miss Rae Miller of New York.
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Games, for which prizes
were offered, moving pictures
and refreshments made the
afternoon enjoyable during
the week when Dorothy Le-
onia Dubler celebrated her
birthday anniversary with a
party at her home.
IHer guests included Miss
'Ida Safer, Miss Betty
Banks, Miss Doris Watson,
Miss Myrtle Goldberg, Miss
Betty Lasky, Miss Rose Dub-
ler, Miss Rosalyn Daum, Miss
Dorothy Dubler, Wallace
Mamlin, Maurice Croiper,
Louis Spector, Ralph Dubler,
Paul Reese, Charles Price,
Abe Resnick, Billy Leventhal
and B. Cooper.
Mrs. Ida Levine, Troy, N.
Y., is spending the winter at
the Shelbourne apartments.
*


Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Cassel
were hosts to a dinner bridge
,party Friday evening when
prize winners were Miss Irwin
M. Cassel and Mrs. Gertrude
Sherman. Other guests were
Mr. and Mrs. D. Weahter-
prost, Mr. Cassel, Leonard
Abess, Baron de Hirsn Mey-
er, Mr. and Mrs. William
McIntyre and Mr. and Mrs.
Mitchell.
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Miss Rosebelle Scher of
Palm Beach is the house
guest of Miss Dorothy Roth
in Shenandoah, Miss Scher is
a sophomore at the Florida
State college at Tallahassee
and a member of the Delta
SPhi Epsilon sorority.
*
Miss Dorothy Roth left
Friday morning for Jackson-
* ville where she will visit over
the week-end with friends be-
fore resuming her studies at
the Florida State College for
Women at Tallahassee. Miss
Roth is the daughter of Mr.
:-e and Mrs. Louis R. Roth of


conductor; Laura Wallis, as-
sociate conductor; Lida Grif-
fith, chaplin; Estelle Stein-
berg, marshal; Rose Bogen,
organist; Olga Schwartz,
Acahb; Mary Barber, Ruth;
Bert Friedman, Esther; Bea-
trice Shaff, Martha; Sue G.
Schachter, electa; Anne Reis-
man, warder.
Max Schier sang during the
evening and readings were
given by Mrs. Robert Booth.
Drills were given in honor of
the new officers.
*
Guests recently arrived at
the Knickerbocker Hotel are
Miss Marion Groshoff of Cin-
cinnati, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs.
I. Smith and daughters of
Paterson, N. J., and A. Sher-
man Cohen of Brooklyn, N. Y.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goru-
bin of Niagara Falls, N. Y.,
are recently arrived guests of
the Commerce apartments.
Others guests who recently
arrived are Mr. and Mirr.
Phillip Kallman of Brooklyn,
N. Y., Miss Anne O. Davis of
Rochester, N. Y., and Miss
Nan C. Wolin of Buffalo.
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Mr. and Mrs. S. Stein
arrived January 1 from
cago, are guests at the
apartments.
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Mrs. I. Rollin and Mrs. Kuth
Rollin Goltlib, both of New
York, are located at the Bal-
tic apartments.
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Mrs. Louis Matz and son
and Miss Stella Jusevitt..
Pittsourgh, Pa., have reeent-
ly arrived at the Sheiourne
apartments.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Henry A.
Jacots and Mrs. Julia Cohn
of Naw Yo:k city are season
,ucsts of tne nose apartments

To all ou friends and pa-
trons, Junior Hadassah wishes
to thank all of you who have
been so kind as to purchase
"Time" from its members in
its campaign to commercial-
ize Time. And Junior Hadas-
sah wisnes to let you all Know
that we are deepy grateful.
This is what has happened
Junior Liadassah has insti-
tuted a novel procedure to
raise funds for their many
worthy enterprises. Having
secured twenty-four nours f
valuable Time (we vamped
that youngster, 1931) we
are now passing it on to you
folks at a great s'vino: Only
one cent a second. When we
have sold the entire twanty-
four hours, a clock, Father
Time's Representative, will be
wound in the lobby of t
Fairfax Theatre to run itself
out. When the clock stops,
the person who has purchased
-the ~econo of Time upon
'which the second hand of L..e|
c'ock has stopped, will receive<
a free round trip to New fork k
city.
As soon as our lime was
offered for sale, it met with
a tremendous success. There
is plenty Time left so buy
. ours early.
Time may be purchase:!
f'om the following, Regeie
Goldstein, chairman of the
Junior Hadassah Clock Pro-
ject, Bebe Goldenblanck, co-
chairman, Jeanette Hoberg6r.


Miss Betty Michels of Sa-I Paula and Beverly Thaler, Illlllllllllllli|1i111111111111 llllltI I.NIh
vannah was complimented at Esther and Sylvia Chauncey,
an enjoyable bridge party Helen Lipton. Helen Yunes, CLOPTON'S
when the Misses Selma and Hannah Mack, Sarah Kohn,I
Retta Merson entertained at Sadye Silberstein, .ena v ein- 44 S. W. SIXTH AVE.
their home in Shenandoah. kle, Belle Wesson, Sylvia Corner let St.
The holiday season was em- i Rayvis, Dorothy Brill, Louis p
phasized in the decorations L'chenstein, Ruth Davis, Jen- Faicy Groceries
and refreshments. Miss Mich- nie Rotfort, Bea Silver, Fran-
els is the house guest of her' cis Lewis, Mary Aamins and The Finest in Fresh
uncle and aunt, Dr. and Mrs.; Minnie Goldenblanck, and any Meats Fruits and
Jacob H. Kaplan, over the Junior Hadassah member. Vegetables
holidays. We Deliver Phone 2-3344
Those present were Miss Miss Millicent Rubin enter- ll ii lll!|||
Fay Burnstein, Miss Rosella tainted recently with a bridge
Burnstein, Miss Dorothy Brill party at the home of MiAS
Miss Sadie Silberstein, Miss Sylvia and Miss Goldye Mil-
Winifred Weinkle, Mrs. Ches- ler, high score prizes being
ter Goodman and Mrs. A. awarded Miss Florence Alpert SPECIAL ICE
Dulbin. and Miss Reggie Goldstein.
Miss Rubin was presented a D A Y O R T
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Schul- guest prize.
man and family of Chicago Others attending were Miss
are at the Aravilla apart- Faye Sheldon, Miss Lucille NO ORDER TOC


Shenandoah. ments for the season. Adelman, Chicago; Miss Ada-
lyn Ross, Lawrence Joselove,
Emunah chapter 175, Order of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Davis Miss Lillian Chisling, Miss
Eastern Star, held a public and Mrs. Sophie Berg of New Loretta Simons, Miss Doris
i installationn of officers at Bis- York city are at the Hiawatha Weingarten, M r s. I r v i n
".ayne temple Thursday eve- apartments for the season. Greenfield and Mrs. William
ning with W. H. Combs, sr., Shane.
pawt' grand patron of the Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rap- *
G mnd Chapter of Florida, giv- paport of New York are Invitations have been is-
itg the welcoming address. spending their honeymoon Isued by Mrs. Larry Fay, 2131
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan offered with Mr. and Mrs. Frank- S. W. Tenth street, to a mo-
the invocation and Anna Hand Becker of the Victoria apart- their and daughter tea to be
president at the piano. ments. given at her home Friday af-
Installing officers were .ternoon.
inge Jaiisbn Mank, Walter Mr. and Mrs. J. Hacki Mrs. *
gey Rickard, grand Abel Elk and Milton Finkel- Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Rosen-
Sthe Grand Chapter stein, all of Passaio, N. J., baum of Cleveland, Ohio, have
da; Mable Ramey, are at the Park apartments an apartment -at the Brennan
I Holden. for the winter, apartments, 521 S. W. 12th FI]
So cers are Ella T. avenue.
worthy matron; Jos. Mr. and Mrt. D. Glasser 1-8 C
-worthy patron; Ber- and sons, Rooert and Adolph, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Pearl-
associate ma- and daughter, Maxine, of stone of New York; Mr. and
Golde, associate Cleveland, Ohio, and Mr. ana Mrs. Lewis Diamond and sons P
G. Rose, 8ec Mrs. I. Sokol of Akron, Ohio, of New Yorkoa at th
.brg, tre_,t. are recent season irrivalsh at Jean pa il L S. W.e
I Lobaiae, I the Vitoria iapatnts. 18th I ieao,. a


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Miss Emile Adler, New
York, is spending the winter
with Mrs. M. Blum at the
Commerce apartments.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice A.
Cohen, Baltimore, are spend-
ing their second season at Mi-
ami Beach and are at the All
Corners apartments. Other
recent arrivals here are Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Zimmer,
Miss Rose Zimmer, Mrs. J. M.
Reilly; John Metz, Miss Elea-
nor Metz, all of Covington,
Ky.
*
Miss E. Kay and Mrs. E.
Posner of New York are at
the Baltic apartments for the
winter.
*
Mrs. Joseph W. Shiffman
and Mrs. C. Stern of Cleve-


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Phone 3-3687
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May Be Purchased FRESH
Daily at
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A. Goldberga .. daugh.`
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Mr. and Mrs. 'L:$ppapo
and Mr. and, M~i L R.
shin of New t;iaei, Conn;,
are spending ttJ* nter at the
Herbert apati ts.

Miss Lillian 'bin and Mli
Ethel Lazaroff of New Yoi..t
and Chicago, are spending the
winter at the St. Davia apart,
m:nts. Other arrivals include
Miss E. Friedlander, New
York.
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The P. T. A. of Temple
Israel SundAy School discuss-
ed pbis for the Sunday school
and the furnishing of mater.
ial lor itstteachers at a meet-
ing held last Monday after-
noon. The next meeting of the
organization on Wednesday,
February 4, at 2 p. m. at Kap-
lan hall. The Sisterhood will
hold no meeting during Feb-
ruary.
A book review is being
sponsored by the Sisterhood
of Temple Israel at the home
of Mrs. Day J. Apte at which
time a musical will also be
giveri. Mesdames Max Dobrin
and Harry Rubin will assist.
The affair will be given the
evening of Tuesday, February
8.
The Annual Dance and Ba-
zaar of Beth David Sister-
hood which will be held at the
Woman's club ballroom on
Wednesday evening, January
14, will be in charge of a com-
mittee consisting of Mrs. Isi-
dor Cohen as general chair-
man and she will be assisted
by Mesdames Morris Dubler
Ticket chairman; Samuel J.
Spector sewing chairman;
Charles Markowitz refresh-
ments; Sam Wiessel, novelty
booth' Louis Weinkle, grocer-
ies; B. Kandle and J. Katz,
cakes; S. M. Machtei, flow-
ers; A. Wallerstein, misscel-
laneous booth, and S. Arono-
witz, candy. The affair is in-
tended to be one of the pret-
tiest events of the season and
every effort is being made to
fl IC the affair one of the
outstanding events of recent
years.
Mr. 'ack Lewis of Balti-
more, Md., a well known com-
npunal worker there is again
a visitor at Miami Beacn
Swiere he will remain at the
Meridian apartments for sev-
eial months.
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guests present were Mes-
dames L. J. Hartz, M. Rey-
nolds, George M, Morgan, J.
Ginsberg, S. Lutzky, M. Wes-
son, J. Croter, HArold Tobin,
M. Pepper, R. Groves, and
Miss Hann Mac k.
a.
The Junior Council of Jew-
ish Women will hold an im-
portant board meeting next
Tuesday evening, January 3,
at 8 p. m. in the home of Mrs.
Louella Farr, 442 S. W. 10th
avenue. All board members
are urged to be on hand
promptly.

Next Thursday the board


of setn David Sisterhood will
hold a meeting in the form of
a luncheon at which Mes-
dames Isidor Cohen and Mor-
ris Small will be t-le hostes-
ses at 12 Noon at the Talmud
Torah hall. The regular meet-
ing of the Sisterhood will fol-
low at 2:30 p. m.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Si Mendelson
will be at home to their
many friends next Sunday
afternoon, Jaiuary 11, from
3 to 6 P. in. ih honor of Mr i


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Sa era as n nuavcuifcu loce
Mende son's brother and sis- defy and now arrangements
ter in law, Mr. and Mrs. Rue- are going forward for the
ben Kostoff of Brooklyn, N. holding of the game.
Y., who are their housi guests The management of the
for a short time. Biscayne Fronton is seeking
V authorization of the game
At a meeting of the Execu- from the Spanish board which
tive Board of the Temple controls jai alai inasmuch as
Israel Sisterhood, Mrs. B. L. Garate is recognized as sin-
Reisner was elected to fill the gles champion of the world
vacancy on the board of trus- because of his victory over
tees created by the resigna- Guillermo. Two seasons ago
tion of Mrs. Sam Levenson. here Alvarez defeated Guil-
W* lermo in a special non-title
At the regular meeting of match and for this reason
Temple Israel Sisterhood Sam Kantor and Lou Magno-
held last Monday at Kaplan lia believe the Spanish board
hall a program was present- will readily accept the coming I
ed immediately after a brief match as one which carries
business session. Dr. Kaplan the title of world champion-
in a splendid talk introduced ship.
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Rev. Don C. Henshaw wh6 Surrounded by most of
delivered an address on "The their- Miami friends and all
Wonders of Modern Life." their children, Mr. and Mrs.
He spoke of the complexities Louis Levitt celebrated their
of the day and in concluditig twenty-fifth wedding anniver-
said, "The only thing in life sary at their home in Buena
that counts is the fatherhood Vista, last Sunday night.
of God and the Brotherhood Harking back to the event of
o, man." Others on the prow twenty-five years ago the
gram were Sylvia Leibovitt couple were united under a
who gave several piano selec- canopy and there listened to
tions and Effie Silverman who a speech of congratulation by
presented several readings. Rabbi Isaac Wapner of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox con-
Mrs. Morris Dubler, chair- gregation. A poem in Yiddish
man of the Maccabean Flow- by Avigdor Golden was read
by the author. Several
er Day recently observed here speeches of congratulation
expressed her thanks to were made by Louis Vangil-
Mesdames S. Simonhoff, L. der, Nathan Adelman, Max
Zeientz, Lewis Brown, B. Kupferstein and others. On
Kandel, Isidor Cohen and N. behalf of the Ladies Auxili-
Cohen for their aid in mak- ary of the Miami Orthodox
ing the event a success. congregation a beautiful gift
of silver was presented by
Jai alai activities at the Mrs. Julius Simpson who read
Biscayne Fronton will reach a poem composed by her spe-
an interesting climax proba- cially to commemorate the
bly next week. A special event. Mrs. Levitt is treas-
match game embracing the urer of the Ladies' Auxiliary.
promise of oheof the great- The 'large dining room was
est contests of its kind Mi- beautifully decorated with
ami courts have witnessed, is cut flowers and< the dining
being arranged. table was covered by a Re-
Alvarez, brother of' An- naissance lace table cloth.
tonio, and one of the game's During the evening refresh-
foremost stars, has issued a ments of all kds were serv-
challenge to Garate, world ed and at a late hour a but-
challenge to Garate, world fet luncheon delighted the
champion singles player. The fet luncheon delighted .the
\Ir 1ham +~n..u.., L .^ A^ guests.


daynight at a'bridge party
honoring Mr. and Mrs. I.
Bergs, Mr. and Mrs. M. Kiss
and Mr. aind Mrs. Leuchtag
all of NeW York city. Assist-
ing the 'hostess in entertain-
ing were Mrs. Abe Aronowitz
and Miss Reggie Goldstein.
The home was beautifully
decorated with bougainvillea
and cut roses and at a late
hour a buffet luncheon was
served. Among the guests
present were Mr. and Mrs. P.
Scheinberg, Mr. and Mrs.
Boris Pred, Mr. and Mrs. M.
Weingarten, Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Wolfson, Mr. and Mrs.
M. Rubin, Dr. and Mrs. Max
Ghertler, Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Aronowitz, 'Mr. and Mrs. M.
Blumenthal, Mr. I. Arono-
witz, Miss Reggie Goldstein
and Mr. E. Max Goldstein.
*
Final arrangements are be-
ing made for the gala dance
and entertainment sponsored
by the Senior Council of Jew-
ish Women at the Spanish
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Ferguson
Undertaking
Co.
1251 south Otiv,. Ave.
Phone 5272
West Palm Beach, F
LADY ATTENDANT


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SHOE SHOP
Corner of
5th St. & 2nd Ave. N. W.

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SHOE REPAIRING
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN


ADDITIONAL
SOCIETY

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Gardens of the Alcaar Roof
on the evening of January
25, for the benefit of its wel-
fare fund. In charge of ar-
rangements are Mrs. I. L.
Seligman chairman and
Mesdames Myer Schwartz,
Sig Baar, L. Harris, Marvin
Bronner, R. Rauzin, Al. Sei-
den, P. Scheinberg, Harry
Oliphant, J. Morris, Julius
Simpson and B. Watts. Res-
ervations may lie made by
calling the Chairman, Mrs.
Seligman or Mrs. Meyer Sch-
wartz the Council president.
*
According to an announce-
ment by the committee in
charge of the "Big" night at
the Frolics next Sunday eve-
ning, January 11, sponsored
by the Sisterhood of Temple
Israel, the residents and
tourists of the Greater Mi-
ami district will be missing
an evening of real entertain-
ment should they fail to at-
tend Sunday's event. Dave
Roth well known keith vau-
deville performer is in charge
of the evening's entertain-
ment whicn is to be given in
addition to the regular F'ro-
iics show. In charge of the
affair will be Mrs. I. L. Selig-
man, Mrs. Sig. Baar, Mrs. H.
E. Kleinman, Mrs. J. A.
Richter and Mrs. Louis
Zeientz.


ception of a 'True Bar Mit-
zva." Saturday morning the
parents will Ie hosts to all
the worshippers in the ves-
try rooms of the synagogue
at a reception for which in-
vitations nave been issued at
their home, 1421 N. W. First
street.
$ *


Mesdames Weinkle
Blanck and reservations
be made by calling
Weinkle at 5-8764, or
Blanck at 5-1446.
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and
may
Mrs.
Mrs.


The Ladies' Auxiliary of
the Orthodox Congregation
hold one of its regular card
parties in the vestry rooms


The many friends of the of the Synagog at 1545 S. W.
late Samuel Rosenzweig, Third street next Tuesday
familiarly known to nis many evening at 8 p. m. Prizes will
friends as "Uncle Sam" have be given and refreshments
been invited to attend the will be served. Mesdames
unveiling of a-tembstone in Mandelbaum, Harry Dubler
his memory Sunday after- and A. Daum will be hos-
noon, January 18, at 2 p. m. tesses-.
at the Chesed Shel Emes All tourists, residents and
section of the Woodiawn friends of the Congregation
cemetery on the Tamiami are urged to attend and are
Trail. promised a very enjoyable
At the unveiling regular evening.
ceremonies will be held ana *
addresses will bemade by e Temple Israel Sisterhood
local Rabbis. The m Temple
locfr s the family are will be hosts at a card party
friends of the family are next Tuesday afternoon at
urged to attend to pay their 2:30 p. m. at the Floridian
respects. Hotel, Miami Beach, and ad-
*mission will be seventy-five
Mr. Leon Scher well known cents. The committee in charge
communal worker of Louis- are Mesdames P. Scheinberg,
ville, Ky., and president of Mendel Cromer, J. Morris,
the Orthodox Synagogue Marvin Brohiner and Samuel
there for the past fourteen Aronowitz. All tourists and
years is visiting his son, Mr. friends are urged to attend.
Jacon Scher of this city and .
will remain her for the win-
ter season. At the meeting of the
Friendship League last Wed-


The Miami Branch, 192 of
the International Workers
Order for Icor are sponsoring
a free concert and lecture at
the Odd Fellows hall, N. W.
Second avenue and Fourth
street tonight, January 9.
Mr. A. Epstein recently re-
turned from Russia, will be
the principle speaker of the
evening. Mrs. Sonya Snowe
well known vocalist will sing,
and the Junior Trio of the
University of Miami will play
several selections. Those in-
terested in Jewish coloniza-
tion in Russia are urged to
attend this meeting.


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organization met with a very
splendid response. The board
of Governors will meet next
Monday evening, January 12,
at the home of Mr. Gilford
Ornstein and all members of
the board are asked to be on
hand.
$* *
All members of the Execu-
tive board of Senior Hadassah
are urged to be on hand
promptly at 1 p. m., Monday
January 12, at the Tri Club
when important business will
be transacted. A regular
meeting of the organization
will follow the board meet-
ing and will begin at 2 p. m.
Tourists and visitors are
urged to attend this meeting.
*


Ed Douglas he wel known
promoter i sta i Staging a
outstanding card of wrest.
ling matches' next Tuesay
evening, Jauary 18, at the
Coral Gables Col0ieum whe
Mike Romano the Italian
Champion will meet Joe Var-
#a of Hunary for the heavy.
weight championship of Italy.
Plenty of action is promised
patrons because of the well
known ability of the contest.
tants. Others taking part are
Bill Middlekauf of the Uni.
versity of" Florida against
Firpo Wilcox.'


Mrs.
Samuel Rosenzveig
and Children
Request the Preenee of Their
Friend at the
TOMBSTONE UNVEILING
In Memory
Of the late
SAMUEL ROSENZVEIG
at
WOODLAWN CEMETERY
SUNDAY, JAN. 18TH
At 2:00 p. m.


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