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The Jewish Floridian ( February 6, 1931 )

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
February 6, 1931
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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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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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
February 6, 1931
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

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).

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:00102

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Related Items:
Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
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
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
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The usil early Friday



ending services will begin at
.15 with the late services
flowing at 8:15 when Rabbi
iac M. Wapner will speak
i "Dedication." A special
*ogram has been arranged
Le formal dedication of the
ynagog which will follow on
anday. The usual Saturday
morning services begin at
s80-wit't the Mincha and


Miami, Florida, Friday, February 6, 1931


MIAMI


JEWISH ORTHODOX SYNAGOGUE


Home of the-Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, 1545 S. W. Third St., which will
February 8th; formerly the Riverside Presbyterian Church.
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ihaloah Saudah". at 5. p. m. lAIUIstuB etIltCL U -1
Sl.tourists and residents are ficers fr District
vited to isttend. liners fo r DIsiricl

IMPLE ISRAEL of MIAMI Harry Sinionhoff was elec-
(Reorm) ted president of the Miami
187 N. I 19th Street Zionist district at a meeting
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN last Sunday night at the Beth
Rabb David hall. Other officers
Services Friday evening at named included Harry I. Liu-
15 p. m. at Temple Israel, ton, Rabbi J. H. Kaplan, Rab-
7 N. E. 19th street. Ten bi Samuel Machtei and Rabbi
Ite calk by. Dr.Jacob H. Isaac M. Wapner,. honorary
on -~ y Jews-Have vice -presidents;. A.-H. Furr,
arlef ePrt1 o recording secretaryy; Joseph
e meeti held Philade- Lipton, corresponding secre-
14 of t U n American tary; Dr. A. D. Halpern,
treasurer; Mrs. Morris Dub-
akes


r Mr. Simonhoff, who has
been for several years .a
member of the national exe-
cutive committee of the Zion-
ist organization of America,
pointed out that Palestine
will be rebuilt by the Jewish
people despite difficulties.
"It is a holy shrine, sancti-
fied by thousands of years of
traditions," he continued. "It
will become a homeland, for
the Jews without doing an in-
justice .to the Arabs, Chris-
tians or any people residing
there or 'to those who may
choose to make their homes
there."
Mrs. Maix Dobrin, Philip
Liberman, president of the
City bank of Miami Beach;
Dr. A. Wolfso of Flushing,
I., and Mrs. M. Kruger al-
so spoke, .
CLUB SPONSORS SHOW
Arrangements have been
announced for the staging of
the Minstrel show sponsored
by the Young Men's Club of
Miami at the Temple Theatre
on the night of February. 26.1
Several noted Broadway stars
have been engaged to appeal,
during the -venin'-4n addi-
tion to .the. matur talent
which is being .furnished by'
the or aiio ,n itself. In
charge of ar is A com-
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Sunday' morning services
I. b. held for the first time
is tundai morning in Tem-
SIsraerl at 11 p. m. Dr.
plan w l, .speak on the
iique subjel of "A Defense
; rstianity; -by a .Jew"'
ebdy. is- weilobie; these
rvices are held especially
. Jews and nonJews who
0oy- .relgioup services in
rm -'ny with the scientific
re.

CONG. BETH DAVID
(Conservaive)
189 N. W. Third Avenue
S. M. MACHTEI
Rabbi
The usual Friday evening
-vices will begin at 8 p m.
tL Rabbi S,. M. Mchtel
eqching the third of a ser-
Sof bermons on human ills
d their-cures, his subject
ing '!n y. d A .distinction
I1 be made between renvy
d jealousy and the health
toying effect of each oil
. human system will be
hinted out
Mr. Louis Hayman will
-nt the services and will
aduct the congregational
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CONG. BBTH JACOB


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European Rabbi
To Speak Here

Rabbi Moses Tabachnik, a
noted Rabbi and scholar of
Kovno, Lithuania arrived in
Miami last Thursday in the
interests of the Kolell Kovno
and Kollel Beth Israel. This
institution is a post graduate
institution at which noted
Rabbis take their training af-
ter they have graduated from
the Yeshivos. It has produced
noted scholars and Rabbis in
the last century and is now
headed by the renowned Rab-
cho Rabbi B h-
pire, me7T ;a1t of !o-
vno Lithuania.
Rabbi Tabachnik will ad-
dress the Congregations of
Miami and Miami Beach dur-
ing his stay here. He is re-
puted to be a splendid speak-
er and from reports received
he has attracted large audi-
ences throughout the United
States during his addresses.

Welfare Ball
Is Next Week

Final arrangements have
been made for the annual ball
of the Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau which will be given at
the Blackstone Hotel, Miami
Beach on Sunday night, Feb.
15th. In charge of arrange-
ments is a committee headed
by Mr. Stanley C. Myers who
will make a brief address on
the work of the organization
during the Jewish Radio
Hour over WQAM. A number
of artists have promised to
attend and make the eve-
ning's entertainment one well
worth attending. Tickets for
the Ball may be purchased
from any member of the or-
ganization or at the office of
the Jewish Welfare Bureau;
mittee consisting of Messrs.
Abe Aronwits, Sydney Wein-I
trau an4 Ld e Ackman.


be Dedicated Sunday,


Jewish Synagogue
Will Be Dedicated

The formal dedication cere-
monies for the Synagogue of
the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation, 1545 S. W.
Third street will begin next
Sunday, February 8th, at the
Synagog. Among the guests
and speakers who will take
part in the ceremonies are
Rabbi .Dr, Jacob .. Kaplan,
of Temple Israel, Rabbi-S. M.
Machtei of Beth David, Rabbi
S. Wrubel of Beth El Con-
gregation. West Palm Beach.

president of Temple Israel,
Lewis Brown, president of
Beth David, Philip Liberman,
president of the Miami Beach
Bank and well known com-
munal worker, Harry I. Lip-
ton, well known attorney and
Zionist, and Baron de Hirsh
Meyer, the only Jewish city
councilman of Miami Beach.
A number of other prominent
men will be present '
The ceremonies which are
scheduled to begin at 2 p. m.
will start 'with an invocation
by Rabbi Wapner of the Con-
gregation, a brief address of
welcome by the president,
and the formal opening of the
Syfnagog which will be sold,
in accordance with custom.
Cantor Nathan Wroobel of
the Congregation will then
sing and then the procession
will all enter the nSynagog.
The formal dedication will
then begin. Addresses will be
made by the various Rabbis
and laymen. Music will be
played during the afternoon.
At night the ceremonies
will begin at 7:80 p. m. when
an elaborate program consist-
ingof voal solos, instrumen-
tal music, etc., will be pro,
sented for the .guests and
then addresses will be heard.
The Congregation was or-
ganized last eptember and
held its firstservices in t"


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Hialeah Races
Attract Patrons

With' the statement recent-
ly from Joseph E. Widener,
chairman of the Board of the
Miami Racing Association,
that' no efforts would be
spared to make the Hialeah
Park track the Saratoga of
the South, all rumors that
the present interests in con-
trol of the park would be dis-
posed of have been definitely
spiked. The racing cards pre-
sented every day, the splen-
did coritests that have aroused
the interest of the spectators
have all helped to make the
record attendance that the
race track has witnessed
daily. The week end races
seem to have gone over far
bigger than expected and it
is due in part to the added
purses that have brought out
a splendid class of thorough
breds. Thrills and close fin-
ishes are now a daily occur-
ence.
This Saturday the feature
race will be the Hialeah Park
Handicap, over the one mile
and one sixteenth distance
which has brought out seven-
ty-nine thorobreds in the
three years olds and upward
class.
There is an added purse of
twenty-five hundred dollars
and- keen competition is ex-
pected. In additIon t-the fea-
ture race there 'will be ibx
other races Saturday after-
noon. Caesar La Monacas
band concerts is an additional
reason why both visitors and
residents make Hialeah Park
"South Florida's social re#-
dezvous."

Odd Fellows hall during the
last Highi S0olsa. Then the
Synagog which is being fbr-
mally dedicated was purch-
ased in Novembet and remQ-
deling of the interior ofthe
structure bega-. -} build-
ing has been e6o.p~i ly re-
modeled on the 'is di, and
painted and rp&kired .n the
exterior. Active 'in t work
of the Synagogape .has bee
the Ladies Auxilibry he
by [rs. Ida Btcse. AT
mu4. Torah is being om :
ed it the Synaego
on Sunday morning i
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CROWELL
Production of munitions of war
in the United States did not get
organized and under way until
Benedict Crowell, young engineer
of Cleveland, was placed in charge.
I saw a lot of Crowell during
the war. He was a human dynamo,
never resting, ceaselessly driving
the hugest industrial organization
ever assembled, but making every-
body like it. After the war, when
politicians were doing everything
possible to discredit everybody.
who had served his country, Bene-
dict Crowell was indicted as a
criminal because he had ordered
war supplies without waiting for
the slow action of Congress to
authorize the expenditure. The
indictments were thrown out
of court as entirely unwarranted,
and Crowell went back to his en-
gineering work in Cleveland.
Now President Hoover has nom-
inated Crowell to be a brigadier-
general of the Reserve Corps, with
a reference to his distinguished
service during the war and to in-
dicate "my own feeling over what
we always considered was a grave
injustice."
Even the professional mudsling-
ers who infest the Senate will
hardly try to make political capi-
tal out of this belated tribute to
Benedict Crowell.
SUCCESS
"Never call a man successful un-
til after he is dead," said an old
friend to me the other day. He
was worth a million and a half
two years ago. That classed him
as a "successful" man. Today he
has nothing left but his salary.
He did not get out of the stock
market in time. People now speak
of him as unsuccessful, but after
he is dead I am confident that he
will be eulogized as a great suc-
cess, not because he made money
at one time but because of the


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CHARITY
In a small New England village
where I frequently visit live two
old people whose lives were ruined
in childhood because they were
taught to look down upon their
neighbors. Their family was then
wealthy. Today the old man and
his old maid sister have not a
penny left in the world except the
old house which is slowly falling
into ruin.
But the neighbors, poor people
mostly, have kept this old man
and' woman alive for years and
still do. They are too proud to ac-
cept food or clothing offered to
them, bridling indignantly when
anyone suggests they may be in
need. So the kindly neighbors
leave baskets -1 provisions on the
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By KA1DD A A ItIt SU.T V--R.' ,. A -
(From the Talmud and Yerushalmi)
The echo of the last golden nail concealed disappearedian & le hrizon
.. the Deity hovers over all and everything.
On the roads thousands of caravans veiled the ways to JerusaM.
The oxen's horns are overlaid with gold, and the Bikurim baskets are
filled with the blessings of the Lord.
The air is satiated with praises, hymns and songs of praise.
The voice of the trumpet calls: "Come to the House of God; come and
receive Holiness and enjoy of the Godliness l"
The King in his glory; the Safer Torah in his right and the scepter in his
left hand stays in front of the Temple.
Ambassadors of countries near and far, bearers of tribute and presents
are gathered, but the Sheorim of the Beth Hamikdosh remain closed.
The eye wells opened, and heart prayers of the monarch were:
"God Almighty, we did it for Thy sake, (0 Our enemies), for the sake
of Thy Torah .. Oh the enemies of Israel."
And the tears opened the doors.


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a auw rmwq num.ammiaa w..
S 0 "Next to writing poetry," Women appear natural only
1n iO MI AVE. says a columnist, "the hard- when they don't try to.
0l 6 eat thing is to get someone !
J. LOUMl tr to read it aloud who is gifted When in doubt the best
J. tLOr.m 9. 9 Or to keep someone from thing to do is to keep quiet.
Miami, F Pone .1 reading it aloud who isn't
1809, ob PIMm -1agifted,
wa I_ m mw_ e ams gt It is easier to make your-
oMs =u Im Great advances have been self tiresome than agreeable.
N* .I made in 10 years in British !
Enter s eond c matter hotel construction, says a Ride your hobby if you
July 4th, 190, at the Poet Offim London note. We understand will, but don't play horse
at Miami, Florida, under the act the aroma of boiling cabbage with your friends.
of MaK o 8, ltf* no longer penetrates above !
sumCIaurmPo the fifth floor- Heaping coals of fire on an
sk Mans ....................... enemy's head often adds fuel
o To v 0 .................S. aoW It is said of a cosmetic ex- to his hate
VOL. IV-NO. VI. pert in Hollywood that any A small boy says coasting
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1981 actress made up by him is is all i itsay, but it
."., "as much a work of art as as all right in its way, but it
DEDICATION Rembrandt." It is understood has its drawbacks.
hereafter he is to sign each
It is neutral that the Edi- face. Sometime the wages of sin
tor of this neutral that the Ed should con- I look suspiciously like fat div-
gratulate the officers of the A revolving bed has been idends on watered stock.
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con- devised as a cure for insom- !
gregation upon the dedication nia." There are tens of thou- Important Personage (wel-
of its new edifice this com- sands of total abstainers in coming aviator) What a
ing Sunday. But, we sincere- this country who have never marvelous engine you havel
ly believe that the entire retired to a revolving bed. We didn't hear you coming.
Jewry of Miami, be they in- I I I Aviator-Guess we were
dined to Orthodoxy, Reform "The type of office holder traveling some. The sound
or Conservatism should be that sits back with his feet will be along in about 10 mim-
congratulated upon the estab- on the desk is unknown in utes.
lishment of this Synagogue Norway," says an observer. !
in Miami. It has been tried, but the While our leading gang-
Faith and belief never fear skis make it impracticable. sters may go South for the
problem, especially problems winter, as a dispatch from
Chicago says, too few of them
of a monetary nature. Did "Are you going to marryChicago says, too ew of them
o mo a"Are you going to marry ever "go west" in any season.
Miami need another Congre- the man you want?" ever go west" in any season
gation? And the answer must "Well, if all the other girls Brown You ought to
undoubtedlybe in the affr- want him." brace up and show your wife
atl .l- e editions be I I I who's running things at your
co A r %l .. Mrs. A--Read any fiction house.
of a Congregation cannot lately? Potts (sadly) There's no
agree, e the reason what- Mrs. B.-No, my husband need. She knows-
eer it may, it is best forth hasn't written to me since he !
welfare oall concerned that went to Cuba. Father: "Did you peel that
a mutual understanding to apple before eating it, as I
diarebe adopted and that Those sterling virtues, told you??"
all Partles remin friends honesty and independence, Jimmy: "Yes, dad."
even though not members of have not lost their hold upon Father: '"hat did you do
the same organization. the masses. with the peel?"
The Miami Jewish Ortho- A truck gardener has for Jimmy: "I ate it after I
dox Congregation stands for some years regularly deliv- had finished the apple."
a reaffirmation of the age old ered fresh onions, peas, let- !
faith o0f .rforefathers. It tuce, chard, tomatoes, aspara- Actions speak louder than
stands Oth securing in no gus and potatoes to a subur- words when a girl is discov-
unertfain manner of the Syn- ban family, reports L. W. ered under the mistletoe.
agoge as an impregnable One day the housewife ask- I !
citadel of faith, of true and ed, "Why do you never bring The wise man never boasts
unadulterated Orthodoxy. In any spinach?" of his knowledge, but the man
that purpose it deserves the "Missus," said he with who thinks he is wise does
support of every Jew, be his dignity, "I won't raise and nothing else.
tuBef whatever It may.. We won't sell anything that I 1 l .
Sgratulate Temple Israe, don't eat myself. That spin- Whenever. a young man
its offiare- and Rabbi, Both ach is just weeds, and don't goes to court and pleads guil-
David if offers and Rabbi let anybody tell you it ain't-" ty to being in love he ought
for their acceptance of them- II to get a life sentence.
it ateon be present at the Interrupting an unusually I I !
i tjOn .:.eIones. We suave sesman, the town Always look on the bright
Q eo it is a step in the in- cynic remarked, yesterday, side of things and if you are
t of a closer frendhip "I've been kidded by experts, buying them look on both
M.i moeu ar1mnios fe7n including myself." se.
eish coummun ty tof Great. Americana: New Britain, The belle in the choir of-
JMbiIam. Conn., is considering an or- ten brings more young men
ay e theod i on of the dinance requiring every pea- to ch than the bell in the
_ew S inagoge othe MIami seager in a police patrol to steeple.
J h Orthnox C repay a fare. l l
be a -s "I Child (to young man who
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When he was hardly more than a boy my friend Jim
Derieux, one of the editors of the American Magazine, was
secretary to the governor of South Carolina.
There was a brilliant young chap in the state adminis-
tration who at the age of twenty-six held the office of as-
sistant comptroller. He had not intended to run for the
comptrollership, but a political faction organized to head
him off. This made him mad, and so he did run and was
elected.
After holding office for only six months he asked for
an interview with the governor.
"What's on your mind?" asked Jim.
"I am going to resign-"
'Why."
"I'll tell you presently."
They went into the governor's private room, and the
young official tendered his resignation. The governor was
amazed.
"What's the matter?" he exclaimed. "I thought you
were sitting pretty."
"I am," said the young man. "That's just the trouble."
"But I don't understand-"
"Well, Governor, you know this office that I hold is a
mighty pleasant place. I'm twenty-seven years old, and it's
a very pleasant place indeed. I am afraid of it."
He was afraid he would settle down and become too
contented. Afraid that, without hard problems to tackle
and stern duties to conquer, he would get flabby and soft.
Afraid that at forty he would wake up to find himself a
lazy office holder with no ambition and no hope.
Nobody under fifty should be in too pleasant a place.
Robert Updegraff, the writer of business articles, ut-
tered a profound business truth when he counseled: "Never
complain about your troubles. They are responsible for the
greater part of your income-"
Almost any one can hold a job which presents no dif-
ficulties; hence such jobs pay small salaries. Men at the
top are paid for their willingness to accept responsibility;
fot the problems that they tackle and the difficulties they
lick.
King David wrote: "The Lord is my shepherd; I shall
not want. He maketh me to lie down in green pastures;
He leadeth me beside the still waters."
But when David wrote that he was a fugitive from
Saul. He was fighting through the wilderness, pursued by
enemies and wild beasts. The green pastures and still wa-
ters were all in his mind.
He never did reach an entirely pleasant place. Even
when he became king his life was full of problems, disap-
pointments and hard work- But his soul gave birth to songs
that are among the finest of all the ages.


W juIN F Ii L LJIVLW.
CHILDISH TROUBLES
Ho-hum ... It's 10 P. M. Just returned from seeing
a little fellow four years of age. The only child ofthis par-
ents, hence a very anxious mother, who co-operted with me
at every step. I encountered a moderate fever, a loaded
digestive tract belonging to a "very hearty eater," a vigr-
ous and rapid pulse and breathing, a slight sore threat;
lungs not involved- Any old mother might have givew a
dose of cator oil, and wrapped the little patie t u:p WrM
in bed, and he might have all right tomorw -
But, this is highly =hn.cal age. Wise yo ts
do not fool with old wives' fables; they call al pb
The little fellow was very anxious tht
should visit him; being a personal friend of tCi
idol of childhood, I readily promised to intemrGc t e&i.it
of the fat little saint--which brought me a vy wibi-g $a-
ject for examination..
I actually taught the 4-year-old to did
it to perfection. A simple evacuat fo
with a nice, good-tatlg germicidef rath:e
trick was turned. I larned incdal
basement to the cottage that was ot
damp at tiknea.that the ttl: bC
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Mrs. Joseph Karo
daughters, Gloria and
of New York city are
ing her sister in law, Mr
Wolfe'of this city. The3
remain here as her
guests for an indefinite
*
Mrs. S. D. Karo is vii
her daughter, Mrs. Ed I
and will remain here fo
balance of the winter se

The regular weekly
ing of the Executive I
of the Hebrew Friendly
was held last Tuesday
at the Beth Abraham
gog when the regular re
were presented. The mo
general meeting of th
ganization will be held
after next and the exact
and place will be annoi
in next week's issue ol
Jewish Floridian.
*
The marriage of
Selma Meyerson, the da
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Sa
Meyerson of this city, tc
Samuel Swartz of Coc
Grove was solemnized
Sunday evening at Beth
vid Synagogue with Rab
M. Machtei performing
ceremony. The only a
dants were Miss Mary
who acted as mride's i
and Mr. Max Schwartz a
their of the groom who
as best man. As the st
of the Mendelson wed
march was played the
marched down the aisl
tended by her father
gave her in marriage. Im
lately after the ceremo
reception was given ai
home of the bride's par
2112 N. E. Second av
where brief speeches
made and dancing and
ing entertained the gues
The couple left for a
week's wedding trip to
Beach and other points i
State and upon their r(
after February 8th will
home to their friends at
Grand ave-, Coconut G
where the groom is eng
in the wholesale and
fish business.
*


THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN


Mr. M. Eisenstein and Mrs.
Ida Buckstein president of
the Ladies Auxiliary who
presented the Rabbi with a
gift from the Auxiliary. The
Rabbi responded briefly. Af-
ter Miss Helen Wrubel sang,
the birthday cake was cut by
the Rabbi who gave each
guest a piece of the cake as


and briefly. The dining room was a remembrance.
Leila beautifully decorated and a *
visit- long table in the centre held The Beth David Sisterhood
8s. Ed as the centerpiece a large will sponsor a Mask Ball on
y will birthday cake surmounted by Tuesday evening, March 3, at
house eight candles. Rabbi Dr. a place to be announced later
time. Jacob H. Kaplan of Temple and three prizes will be
Israel spoke during the after- awarded for the best cos-
siting noon. Mrs. M. Dross of Chi- tumes. Mesdames J. Katz
Wolfe cago was the winner of the and S. J. Spector are joint
r the door prize and the raffle was chairmen of the affair.
?ason. won by Mrs. H. Posmantur *
of Buffalo, N. Y- Individual On Wednesday, February
meet- table prizes were awarded to 11 the LadiesAuxiliary of
Board highest scores. Mrs. Herbert the iami eis Orthodox
r Inn E. Kleiman was chairman of the Miai Jewill be the
n the committee in charge of Congregation will be the
night the committee in charge hosts at a tourists card party
Syna- arrangements. at the Biscayne Collins Hotel
'ports Mami Beach, to which all
nthly The Beth David Sisterhood tourists and residents of the
ie or- will sponsor a card party at Greater Miami district are
week the Nemo Hotel on February invited. Prizes will be award-
time 17, at 8 p. m. with Mrs. Net- ed for high score and refresh-
inced tie Cohen as chairman Prizes ments will be served. The
f the will be awarded and refresh- proceeds will be used to de-
ments will be served, fray the expenses of the Tal-
mud Torah operated by the
Miss On Friday, February 20th, Orthodox Congregation at its
Lugh- The Sisterhood of Temple Synagogue, 1545 S. W. Third
tmuel Israel will entertain at its an- street. In charge of the af-
Mr. nual Garden party at the fair is a committee consisting
conut Granada apartments with of Mrs. Max Kupferstein as
last Mrs. Day J. Apte as chair- chairman and she is being as-
Da- man of the committee of ar- sisted by Mesdames Sam Tan-
)bi S- rangements. She will be as- nenbaum, Louis Vangilder,
the sisted by Mesdames H. E. and Chas. Tannenbaum.
tten- Kleiman, Mendel Cromer, and *
Zonn I. L. Seligman- Mrs. Simon, Mrs. Gelman
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Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hay-
man are receiving congratu-
lations on the birth of a baby
daughter last week. The
young lady, called Shayna
for her paternal grandmoth-
er, and her mother are doing
finely at their home on
Northwest Fifth street.
More than three hundred
and fifty guests attended the
birthday luncheon and bridge
sponsored by the Sisterhood
of Temple Israel last Monday
afternoon at the Floridian
Hotel, Miami Beach. Eddie
Cantor the well known stage
celebrity attended and spoke


Beth David Sisterhood Ex-
ecutive Board will meet next
Wednesday at noon when a
luncheon will be served at the
Talmud Torah Auditorium.
Mrs. M. Rubin and Mrs. Mor-
ris Dubler will be hostesses
for the luncheon.
A regular meeting of the
entire membership will fol-
low at 2:30 p. m- and all mem-
bers are urged to attend.
*
The Ladies Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation was the host last
Sunday night at an affair
that will long be remembered
by Miami Jewry as both en-
tertaining and instructive.
The Synagogue was crowded
when Rabbi Isaac M. Wapner
began speaking and annou-
nced that the class for Tal-
mud would be begun that
evening. The privilege of re-
citing the first portion was
purchased by Mrs. Harry
Seitlin who then presented
the honor to the Rabbi. After
the first portion was recited,
the usual Kaddish was said
and then refreshments were
served to the guests some of
whom were seated .at indivi-
dual tables and others at a
long table at the head of
which the Rabbi sat. Acting
as toastmaster, Mr. Nathan
Adelman president of the
Congregation, then told of
the celebration as being in
honor of the Rabbi's birth-
day. Among those who spoke
were Mr. Louis Vangilder,


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and son all of Pasaic, N. .J.,
and Mr. Israel and son, Rob-
ert of Hackensack, N. J., are
spending the winter season in
Miami.
*
Marvin Englander, Bronx,
N. Y., is spending the winter
at the Commerce apartments.
*
Mrs. A. Sobel and son,
Murray, of New York are at
La Veeda apartments for the,
winter.
I|
Mr. and Mrs. M. Weil of
New York are spending the
winter at the Biltmore apart-
ments.
|
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Pollock
and children Cecelia and Syl-
via, of Asheville, N. C., are
at the Muriel apartments for
the winter.
*
Mr. and Mrs. David Kohn
of Albany, N. Y., are spend-
ing the winter at El Vanala
apartments. Other arrivals
are Mr. and Mrs. M. Asher,
Newark, N. J.
*
The Sisterhood of Beth

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Last Wednesday night the
Loyalty Club, an auxiliary of
the Emunah Chapter O. E. S.
held a business meeting at
the home of its president,
Mrs. Lena Simon, 1497 S. W.
First street. Committees were
named and important plans
for the work of the coming
year were discussed.
*
The Helene Hotel will be
the scene of a Masque Ball


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Congregation


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Phone 3-3687
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To Hudson-Essex Owners

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Jacob, Miami Beach will hold
its regular monthly meeting
at the vestry rooms of the
Synagogue next Monday eve-
ning at 8 p. m. Visitors and
members are urged to attend.
A very interesting program
will be presented.

Mesdames Peggy Palmer
and Sue Schechter will be
hosts at a Benefit card party
next Sunday night, February
8, at 8 p. m. at the home of
Mrs. Schechter, 1021 N. W.
First street. Prizes will be
awarded for high score and
refreshments will be seved.
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next Saturday night, Febru-
ary 7, for the benefit of the
Jewish Congregation of Mi.
ami and Miami Beach. This
ball which is being sponsored
by the management of the
Hotel Helene :and a number
of socially prominent guests
will have as oie6 of its many
novel features, nine year old
Stanley Cohen, a protege of
the famous American dancer
Ned Wayburn. In charge of
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Congregation


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Hadassah. -All residents and
tourists now- visiting the
Greater Miami district are
urged to attend.
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The P, T. A.,f the Tem-
ple Israel Sunday school held
its Book Review and muicale
at the home o'fMrs. trman
Wolkowsky, 445 -.- 2th
street at 8 p. m., when "'The
'GXitto" by Louis Worth was
reviewed by Mrs. Max Dobrin.
She compared the Ghettoes
of Europe ith the Ghettoes
of Chitag of today. Mr. Har-
ry Simonhoff reviewed "The
History of the Jews" from
the tine of fClumbus to that
of th p tre t day. Taking
part in the musical was Miss


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'dite -afinotincement- ill be
made in. thet next issub. e the
Jewish Floridian. .
*
At a meeting of the Fort-
nightly: Book. Review .club
held t the.- home of. Mrs.
Adele Vince Rose .in Coral
Gables Mrs. Albert E. Rosen-
thal reviewed,: "The Little
Dog Laughed" by Leonard
Merrick. After the review re-
freshments were served. A
very enjoyable time war had
by all.
*
,The local Bnai Brith Lodge
will hold a meeting at which
initiation of members will
take place next Monday eve-
ning at Kaplan hall, begin-
ning at 8 p. m. All members
are urged to be on hand and
witness the 'inition. Visit-
ing Ben Briths will help in
the degree work.
*


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lichaynu." Miss Kane played
a eiano selection which was
well received. Little Leonard


nose played a concerto on the
Mr. and Mrs. J. Louis Sho- cello and he was accompanied
chet entertained at dinner by Miss Mildred*Greenberg
last Sunday in honor of the well known Miami pianist.
birthday of Rabbi Isaac M. Master Rose is a pupil of
Wanner of the Miami Jewish Walter Grossman, and Miss
Orthodox Congregation. Sev- Greenberg and Miss Kane are
eral guests were resent. pupils of Hannah Spire
Asher.
Father Time though aged *
is still very much on the ac- The Sisterhood of Temple
tive list and is even being Israel is making arrange-
made to work here in Sunny ments to sponsor a "Musical
Miami, this time by the Mi- comedy", which will feature
ami Chapter of Junior Had- a medley of songs and dan-
asah. The clock project ces, at the Temple Theatre
which .evoked so much en- last week of March. Mrs. Mit-
thusiasm at the Southern chell Wolfson is chairman of
Conferiee- of Junior Hadas- the committee incharge of ar-
sah is still being enthusiasti- rangements and the names
cally pushed in Miami. of the remaining members of
For those not-already fam- the committee will be annou-
iliar with the novel idea: The need in an early issue of this
Junior Hadassah to rase paper~ .--
funds for the carrying on of -. *
its share of .Paestine work 'The Sisterhood of Temple
proposes to sell time to Mi- Israel presented the libraries
amians and tourists. of the University of Miami,
A twenty-four hour day is and the Flagler Memorial Li-
divided into hours and sec- brary copies of the History of
onds, and tickets have been the Jews by Levinger.
printed with every second .
designated. These tickets rep- The Sisterhood of Chesed
resenting particular seconds Shel Emes held a very inter-
of a day are being sold for testing meeting at the home
one cent each, and each Jew of Mrs. S. Schwartz last week
or Jewes is urged to buyas and plans for the work of the
many seconds as he possibly organization were made for
can When the entire twenty- -
four hours of the day will
have been sold, a clock will be
Wound and paed in the lobby
of the Fairfx Theatre. When THE RACE FAN
the clock stops, the particu-
lar second otd will then America's
mark the wi r trip to
New York city. C.... ttes' Are Entertaiinnag
are now selling these tickets
and though they have met
with fair success they have
not received the cooperation
that this splendid project de;
serves. s re- a a .


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tive years ago was presented
with a strand of crystals by
ithe members of the organiza-
tion in recognition of her
faithful services After the
meeting a social hour was
spent and refreshments were
served. ..


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ami iBeiah aid Wst -Palmz
&Bach to edeoy thel first Jew-1
ih Radio EHwl .resented inI
the :South;.: Takin part in
the first program were Rabbi
Dr. Jacob H.- Kaplanof Tenm-
pie .Israel, Rabbi &. M. Mach-
-tei of Beth David, and Rabbit
Isaac ..Wapner of the Mi-:
ami. Jewih Orthodox Con-
gregation.
-The program opened with
"Rachem" .of Manra Zucca
sung by Miss Lyl ShArpe of
Washington, D. C., who was
accompanied at the piano by
Miss Eleanor Clarke. Sydney
H. Palmer well known bari-
tone singer then sang "Eili,
Eili" and he. was accompan-
ied by Miss Frances Kane at
the piano. Cantor Nathan
Wroobel sang a liturgical
number and also "Al Tasch-


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Alvin Schwartz celebrated
his fifth birthday anniver-
sary at the home of his grand
mother, Mrs. S. Schwartz
last Tuesday afternoon.
The home was beautifully
decorated in a Valentine
scheme of red and white, with
ribbon streamers, flags and
cut flowers. Games were
played and refreshments were
served. Among the juvenile
friends of the celebrant pres-
ent were: Louis Fine, Marcia
Schwartz, Betty Kirschen-
baum, Esther Lee Silverman,
Lillian, 'Albert and Louis
Aronwitz Stanley Hayman,
Albert Eskenazy, Donald Mc-
Clusky, Blanche and Jeanette
Seligman, Rose Farkas and
Adelle Segal.


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synagogues *i l* e'Nifd at
iKaln hall oioday after-
noon, at 2.80 ~tt which the
Sisteihoodrof Templ Israel
will be hosts.

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Flagler Dog Plant
Furnishes Thrills

The West Flagler Kennel
Club has attracted large
crowds every day since its
opening, because of the class
of dog racing that has been
exhibited there. Cashoo, Kit-
ty Dunn from the Whitehead
kennels, Dick Skeets of the
Dreadnaught kennels have
proved favorites with the
crowd. The hurdle races are
attracting much attention be-
cause of the added zest which
this race affords. The musi-
cal entertainment provided
nightly, and the attraction of
a free Chevrolet, being award-
ed every week have brought
out the crowds. This week
a New Chevrolet Sedan will
be awarded on Monday night;
the night having been
changed from that of Satur-
day. The track is within easy
access of the center of Miami
being only three miles from
downtown Miami on Miami's
main thoroughfares. A treat
awaits the patron.

Eddie Cantor at
Biscayne Plaza

The management of the
Biscayne Plaza Theatre has
succeeded in securing Eddie
Cantor for a personal appear-
ance in that theatre on both
Sunday and Monday nights.
The first time at 7:15 and
second time at 9:15. Mr. Can-
tor will not only show his
operation but will play, sing
and furnish thirty minutes
entertainment such as is sel-
dom seen.
On this same program
"The Criminal Code" starring
Walter Huston who plays his
role even better than that in


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"Abraham Lincoln, and Phil-
lip Holmes.
"Resurrection" Count Tols-
toys Immortal drama will be
shown Tuesday, Wednesday,
and Thursday nights. Lupe
Velez and John Boles playing
the lead. This showing will be
the first time this picture
has played in all the South.

Beach Track
Pleases Fans

Continuing its policy, the
Miami Beach Kennel Club is
matching recent winners dur-
ing the nightly racing, thus
insuring keen and extremely
competitive racing every
night. Among the sensational
racers have been Kollmore,
the two and a half year old
greyhound that startled old
followers of the tracks with
three straight victories re-
cently at the track over some
of the best dogs entered.
Wednesday, Beifton, Nacy
Hanks are among the other
popular dogs that are attract-
ing the attention of the race
fans.
Combined with the splen-
did racing cards presented
nightly are the numerous so-
cial events which are being
held at the Club house and
which are being attended by
a number of the social cele-
brities of the district includ-
ing prominent visitors.

WEST PALM BEACH
ACTIVITIES

The Jewish Welfare organ-
ization is sponsoring a dance
and midnight show at the
fashionable Palm Beach Win-
ter Club at Kelsey City on
Tuesday evening, February
10. The proceeds will be used |


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MIAMI RACING ASSOCIATION


towards the relief of the des-
titute of the city and the
care of stranded transients
during the winter months.
The officers of the organiza-
tions are J. Mendell, presi-
dent; S. Wax, treasurer; M.
Tessler, vice president, and
S. Goldstein, secretary. Tick-
ets may be purchased from
any member of the Beth El
congregation. The Greater
Miami district is invited to
help in this event.
The Beth El Sisterhood
will hold its regular weekly
Sunday night bridge at the
Community House on Sunday
nght with Mesdames H. Leib-
ovitz and M. Dubbin acting
as hostesses. The proceeds
are used for the upkeep of
the Talmud Torah.
*
Last Sunday night the
bridge given by the Sister-
hood of Beth El at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. T. Simon was
both a social and financial
success. Quite a number of
tourists attended. Prizes were
awarded and refreshments
were served.

The Fopd Sale which was
held last Friday morning at
Clematis by the Beth El Sis-
terhood for its Talmud Torah
Fund proved quite a financial
success,all the food donated
being sold.
*
On Sunday, March 1st. the
Beth El Sisterhood will spon-
sor a Purim Ball at the Com-
munity House for the benefit
of the Talmud Torah. Full de-
tails will soon be announced
in these columns.
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West Palm Beach Jewry,
organized house parties last
Sunday afternoon to hear the
Jewish Radio Hour from Sta-
tion WQAM, which was spon-


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SATURDAY

HIALEAH PARK HANDICAP
For three year olds and upward, over the mile and one sixteenth distance,
with seventy-eight of the finest thoroughbreds entered.
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COLLINS AVE. AT BISCAYNE ST.
MIAMI BEACH. SOUTH
Sun. and Mon., Feb. 8-9
7:15 9:15
EDDIE
CANTOR
In
PERSON
HE SINGS
on the screenn
WALTER HUSTON
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"The Criminal Code'
Tum. Wed. Than., Feb. 10, II, and 13
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Count Teotoes Immortal Story Now a
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Music by Caesar La Monaca and His All Miami Band
Race Trains Direct to Track Leaving F. E. C., City Station at 1:30 p. m.
Racing Every day but Sunday
Busses at Frequent Intervals from Venetian Aracade, Direct to Grand Stand
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SChirma St the Beard


MAJOR BARCLAY H. WARBURTON,
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dian. The program was great-
ly enjoyed. This week's pro-
gram will have Rabbi 8.
Wrubel as one of the speak-
ers.
Professor Guido Adler, in-
ternationally famous histor-
ian of music, has just cele-
bratea his 75th birthday.
Among his standard works
are: "Method and History of
Music," "Iichard Wagner,"
and "Handbook of Music His-
tory." Professor Adler has
been professor of the theory
and history of music since
1898 at the German Univer-
sicy of Prague.


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