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Miami, Florida, Friday, February 13, 1931
Price 5 Cents
The usual early Friday 'IiII"IIIIIIIll NIIIIIIIIIlI
evening services will begin at
:15 p. with the late serv- New Synagogue Welfare Ball Is
ces fi lng at 8:15 with
abbi Isaac M. Wapner Is Dedicated Event of Sun
reaching the sermon in Yid-
ish and English on "Religion
nd Freedom." The usual The dedication ceremonies The annual ball given 1
saturday morning services be- of the Miami Jewish Ortho- Jewish Welfare Bureau
in at 8:30 a. m. with the dox Congregation Was a red
incha services at 5 p. m. letter day in the history of be held this Sunday
Shal9sh Saudah" following Miami Jews. Sunday after- February 15th, at the ]
e Mincha services to which noon the program was opened stone Hotel, Mianii I
11 tourists and residents are with a brief address of wel- This is the fourth annui
rdially invited. come by Mr. Nathan Adel- and is designed to raise
An adult clasp in Talmud man, president of the Con- de ned to a
eets weekly under the direc- gregation, who then proceed- ficient funds to enable t
on of the Rabbi Monday ed to sell the key for the for- ganization to carry on i
ening at 8 p. m. The trac- mal opening of the Syna- lief work for the year a
ate "Brochos" is now being gogue. This honor was pur- the Jewish residents of
studied. chased by Mr. D. eW. Simon er Miami. Because of t
Sunday school begins at 10 of Detrot. Surrounding the
m. with assembly at 11:30. president wire Rabbi Dr. cent bank failures, the
Jacob H. Kaplan of Temp!q munity Chest, of which
Israel, Rabbi S. M. Machtei of Jewish Welfare Bureau
EMPLE IRAEL of MIAMI Beth Daid, abbi S. Wrubel constituent member, wa
of West Palm Beach and able to pay the full
.... (Pkforni) Rabbi Isaac M. Wapner of the able to pay the fll
137 N. 9 Street Rabbi Isaac M. Wapner of th originally allotted. The
DR. JACOB H. 19th Miami Jewish Orthodox Con fare Bureau will be una
abbH gregation, in addition to Rev. continue its relief wor
F s i Z. H. Masliansky, the world mands for which have I
Friday evening services at famous Jewish orator. After condab heavie
Sina o.g the dooo-were opened, the rc ;i,
suay morning services large audience entered and the bll is a financilsu
t 11:00 p. m. than listened to an invoca- Incharg aang
On Friday evening Mr. tion by Rabbi Wapner of the is a committee headed b
lay :J. Apte, president of Congregation. Addre sses Stanley C. Myers who
'emple Israel will speak on were made by Rev. Z. H. Mas- ig assisted by memb
he Inspiration of the meet- liansky, D. W. Simons, Rabobi t aides' Auxil by me
ig of the Union of Ameri- S. M. Machtei, Rabbi S. Wru- organization A numbary
an ._Hebrew Congregation, bel of West Palm Beach, Mr. thi leadinigartists now i
eld in Philadelphia recently Day J. Apte, president of ami l iave promised to a
thich Te attended. Temple Israel, and Harry I. the ball and help ento
On Sunday morning, Rabbi Lipton. The honor of hang- the ball and hpTkets m
'obias Schantarber, promi- ing the first Porochos was t h patserons. ices m
ent Chicago Rabbi, will lec- then purchased by Mrs. Max chased fromtt any m
re on "Defense of Jews and Hoffman and the honor of the committee or a
ure on "Defense of Jews and Hoffman, and the honor Of Hotel on Sunday night.
udaism by Christians". All hanging tne kapores was pur- present indications, a
members of the congregation chased by Mrs. Manuel Rippa. number of residents and
nd visitors to the city are The opening of the Ark was ists will attend this impx
ordially invited to attend. purchased by Mr. Max Kup- event.
ferstein. During the after- --
noon appropriate psalms were
CONG. BETH DAVID sung by the Cantor of the Philip Liberman, well-k
(Conservative) .Congregation, Nathan Wroo- communal worker and
189 N. W. Third Avenue bel, and by the children of dent of the City Bank o
S; M. MACHTEI the Talmud Torah and Sun- ami Beach, and Mr.
Rabbi day school. Backer, president of th
At the 8 o'clock service to- In the evening a musical ami Beach Congregation
eight Rabbi Machtei will program in which Cantor Louis Vangilder presided
reach on "'ear." This is the Wroobel, Miss Mandelbaum, ing the evening's exer
wurth and last in the series Mr. Mandelbaum, Mrs. Win. On behalf of Temple
f sermons on human ills and Friedman and Miss Frances Sisterhood, greetings and
ieir cures. Viewing fear Kane took part was pre- wishes were brought by
om the religious and scien- sented. Addresses were made I. L. Rosendorf, its presi
fie aspects the rabbi will by Rabbi Isaac M. Wapner, On behalf of the Ladies'
inesus the Fcausea f fear in- Rabbi Moses Tabachnik, Mr. iliary of the Congregl
[erited and environmental,
eal and imaginary, and will CONG. BETH JACOB
tress its destructive effect (Orthodox)
pon health. The rabbi will ai l Washliti Avenue
o outline the method for Maml Bi S h
vercom4ng .fer The usul late Friday night
Mr. Louis man cantor services ill at 8:15 P.
heth6 ogre .w l chant m. with-a't agued;
he prayers and lead theas the pee ee g.
ngre&atioal g A a- Special have been a
lal houtr wll ow and the feature ee service.
ublic is in s sIninue
1545 S. W. 3rd Street
ISAAC M. WAPNER
Twenty-five comely young
Mrs. Ida Buckstein made a
brief address which was re-
ceived very enthusiastically.
An appeal for funds by Mr. J.
Louis Shochet resulted in
more than a thousand dollars
At the conclusion of the
ceremdnie, a bIfMt luncheon
consisting of all kinds of
sandwiches, cakes, drinks
trtBa sandadies was servd
tA Wtof the.- .i. hundtti
TO MY WAY OF
Rab i Israel H. Weisfeld
Brooklyn, N. Y.
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Jewish social set and twenty- learned oneimorning that ther
fve of the younger social set police department had main-
of the male contingent will tained an elaborate vice squad
add to the gayety of the stool pigeon system whose
event. function and custom it was to
tickets may be obtained "frame" innocent birls who,
from any member of the lacking, to my way of think-
committee. ink, sufficient funds to bribe
-- -their way out-were sent to
Friendly Inn a refrmatory, stgmatized
for life! When Wts; learned
Will Meet that judge-"splt' fes 0 With
crooked lawyers, graspi~
The first general meeting bondsmen and merciless court
forhe ntirt genersl tin o employees its righteous Ia-
the entire m ership of dignation knew no bounds.
the Hebrew Friendly Inn
(Hachnosas Orchim) has And there arose "a mighty
been set for next Tuesday, And there arost "a mighty
February 17, at 8 p. m. at the avenger in Gotham." An uA-
Miami Jewish Orthodox Syn- dersized little. Jew, 'Isidor
Miami Jewish Orthodox Syn- Kresel by name, was entrusted
agogue, 1545 S. W. Third st. Kresel by n e, tas entustl d
when prominent speakers will with the investigation aln
address the meeting. The cross-examination of all -
chief speaker will be Mr. H. plicated in these heinous of-
Wolofsky, Editor of the Jew- fees. And truly he just.
ish Chronicle and the Cana- fed all expectatoea. i
dian.Eagle of Montreal, Can., suavely he questioned; tle
and well known Canadian mass of condemang evidea e
communal worker and writer, at his command was nuiten l
In addition to Mr. Wolofsky gathered a terfu r-
the Rabbi of the Congrega- a fi Wntfod.r
tion, Rabbi Isaac M. Wapner e fury ,Wi f I t&
will speak briefly. All a:re and the lucklesi vietm wou
urged to attend regardless of ""1 in.? d
their membership in the. or- IwSie si
ganization. Tourists and vis- honest Nei w Ii*
itors to the Greater Miami ter stiwbl- S.s
District will be welcome. wr
Chae Shel Ernes 01
Will o d Banquet b
Invitations for the seooni I
annu banquet t the
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Men's Club Mins-
day trel Show Soon
Sth The Young Men's Club of
y the Miami which is sponsoring a
I, will mnstrel show for February
night, 28, at the Temple Theatre has
Black- announced quite an elaborate
each. program in which both ama-
al ba! teurs and professionals will
Sa participate. The proceeds of
e suf- this show will be donated to
he or- the various Jewish institu-
;ts re- tions of Miami, according to
among an announcement by the of-
he re- Taking part in the program
Lre the versatile former
Com- Keith Vaudeville Star, Dave
h the Roth, Lew Hampton well
is a known Blues singer, and Bert
is un- Reisner, E. Max Goldstein,
Herbert Seppler, Abe Aron-
quota owitz, Nat Williams, Aaron
Wel- Kanner, Leo Ackerman, and
We lo Louis Snetman as interlocu-
WHEN THE PROSECUTOR
More than sixteen hundred
years ago our great sages
said, "If one admonish an-
other and tell him removev
the SPLINTER from between
thine eyes,' the rejoinder will
invariably be 'first remove the
BEAM from between thine
This keen psychological ob-
servation has of late been
constantly reverberating in
my mind. It is safe to as-
sert that people in every nook
and corner of this country
are at least mildly interested
in the two gigantic scandals
gripping the interest of every
New Yorker, to wit: The as-
tounding rottenness of the
entire judiciary system and
the Bank of United States
The derisive boast that
"New York has the best
judges money can buy" made
right-minded citizens of this
metropolis hang their heads
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By completing without mis'iap
the first two legs -of its flight
from Germany to America th?
largest airplane -yet built, th
DO-X, has revived interest in the
competition between planes and
dirigibles. The DO-X has reached
the Canary Islands, in the Atlan-
t'c Ccean, as I write. By the time
this is printed it may have reach-
ed America, the first airplane to
transport a "pay-load" across the
Builders of dirigibles are confi-
dent that they will establish reg-
ular freight and passenger routes
between the continents in the
course of a year or two. So are
the builders of airplanes. Perhaps
both will succeed, but it seems
more likely that the trans-atlantic
flights of fifty years from now.
when nobody will go by boat ex-
cept those who are compelled to
travel cheaply, will be made by
air-craft which will combine the
safety of the dirigible with the
speed of the airplane.
A BLOW FOR -UNCLE TOM
A theatrical stock company was
t.iurinr the states with a perform-
ance of -Uncle Tom's Cabin." The
show was given in a small town.
Among those present was the
editor of the hIal paper. He per-
formed, among other duties, those
of dramatic editor. Throughout the
entertainer. nt he sat and fidgeted.
Before it was over he left.
Next day his paper appeared
with this terse review of the per- c
"The bloodhounds were excel-
lent, but the rest of the cast furn-
ished very poor support."
"Corn sugar" is the fashionable
word now for what used to be call-
ed glucose. As glucose it was.
violently attacked a quarter of a
century ago by the cane sugar
and beet sugar interests, with the
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Agriculture made a ruling that all
food products containing glucose
should be so marked on the label.
The effort to discredit glucose-
or corn sugar-as an article of
food, failed because it had no
sound foundation. Now the Secre-
tary of Agriculture has removed
ithe restriction on its use in pre-
pared foods the label does not
need totell whether corn sugar;
cane sugar or beet sugar is used
for sweetening. As Mr. Hyde says,
corn sugar is about three-quarters
as sweet as cane sugar and con-
tains nothing detrimental to health.
He estimates that the potential
market for corn for the manufac-
ture of sugar may be as high as
100,000,000 bushels a year, or near-
ly 4 percent of the nation's corn
The Prince of Wales is starting
for South America to represent
British industry at the British
Trade Exhibition in Buenos Aires.
This young man has developed in-
to a sort of super-salesman for
British-made goods. There is an
atmosphere of "go-getting" about
British manufacturers today
which is quite a new thing, and
the Prince is regarded as the best
go-getter of all.
What makes this important to
Americans is that up to now we
have had almost a monopoly of
TO MY WAY 0t
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tered bank officials whose
mismanagement caused sui-
cides and the ruination of
Alas, that this pure bo'd
Lochinvar, before whose
righteous anger knaves cow-
ered, whose name had struck
.fear into the hearts of way-
ward dispensers of justice-
alas, that he should prove to
have been a director in and
counsel for the defunct and
notorious bank. "How the
mighty have fallen." Once
again this Grand Inquisitor
appears in court, but not in
his customary rule as prosecu-
tor. He is a witness testify-
the automobile business in South
America. Now English cars art
to be shown, and the Prince of
Wales is taking five British cars
through South America.
ing in h
tis own defense! Why
is that gifted tongue so.
halting? Wherd i h t:
famed irony viaMuhl t And
how the fickle mob disdains
its yesterday's idoll
Our sages were also wont
to say, "Judge thyself; then
A PHILADELPHIA SIGN
In Philadelphia I happened
across a remarkable sign. A
large canvas sign on the side'
of a church bore the follow-
ing legend in extremely -large
letters, "Special feature--
Double Sermon Today." In-
voluntarily I smiled. I had
previously noticed small neigh-
borhood moving picture thea-
tres advertise a "double bill"
as a special means of attrac-
tion. So the Church, the
house of spirituality and com-
munion was going the way of
the theater. Double sermons,
sensational sermon topics,
celebrated dancers and vocal.
ists-all means to attract the
How pathetic that it has
Mrs. I. L. Rosendorf
President Temple Israel
Mrs. Lewis Brown
President Beth David Sisterhood
Mrs. Ida Buckstein..................................President
Miami Jewish Orthodox Cong. Ladies' Auxiliary
Mrs. Barney Weinkle...Pres. Beth Jacob Sisterhood
Song, Liturgy....................Mrs. Arthur Hirtenstein
Accompanied by Miss Frances Kane
Song........... .........................Miss Lyl Sharpe
Accompanied by Miss Eleanor Clark
Song, Liturgy; duet
Mrs. Samuel Resnick, Mrs. Arthur Hirtenstein
Accompanied by Miss Frances Kane
Piano selection..............Miss Frances Druckerman
Song .............................................Mrs. Barney Kraft
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stein made public his con
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1981
IS NO GOOD
One day in a club some one
pointed out to me the distin-
guished financial editor of a
"I suppose he knows more
about the steel market than
anyone else in New York,"'
my informant said. "Doubt-
less he could have made a
fortune, but he has chosen to
remain comparatively poor."
The remark seemed to me
to overlook one important
consideration. There is a lot
of difference between having
information and having the
courage to act on it.
Money is made by a com-
bination of about forty per
cent brains anud sixty per
cent action. The world is full
of evidence that knowledge
alone has comparatively little
Years ago one of my per-
sonal friends was a wise and
kindly physician. He gave up
general practice to become an
examiner for insurance com-
panies. Day after day, month
after month, year after year
he put his stethoscope
against the chest of men who
were applying for protection
to their famiUe$. He predicted
how long te 'hearts would
keep beating and on what ap-
proximate date they would
cease, and the families would
One day, when he was
nearly eighty, his own heart
stopped. To owr amazement,
we then learned that he had
only a policy of a thousand
dollars. His wife had to be
helped by friends.
I knew another man who
wrote letters to the subscri-
bers of a correspondence
course. It was his function all
day long to encourage young
men to study and to improve
themselves, to have a plan
for the future.
There came a change in
the organization, and he was
let out. Having urged others
to plan, he himself had no
plan. While inspiring other
men to work and study, he
let himself grow fat.
Both of these friends had
all the knowledge that was
necessary to keep themselves
out of trouble. They simply
did not act.
William James, the great
psychologist, said that each
of us ought to pick out some
Oleaasat a every day
o t for th develop
of ourwifl re. It is -
-' -"' "
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I asked him,
He answered me,
Put this eye on
Now, "Love thy neighbor as
Bespeaks bright, s un n y
And peace on earth, goodwill
And, boy, that's not black
I said to him, "I'm puzzled by
The circumstance you
Good seed should not bring
So, please elucidate!"
He said, "The rule, in my be-
Is too darn narrow minded!
I tried to broaden it to suit;
That's why I'm nearly
"'Twas made for overbearing
In time's dim, early day;
Now, women should get in on
If I could have my way!"
I said, "It's kinda risky, Mac,
To change a good, old rule!"
He said, "My husky neighbor,
Showed me I was a fool:
"His big fist spoiled my the-
Of honor and renown;
'Twas 'Love your neighbor as
And-your neighbor's wife
as your own!"
The very stout lady went to
the Zoological Gardens and
was watching the lions feed.
"Seems to me, mister," she
said, "that ain't a very big
piece of meat for such an ani-
"Madam," said the polite
attendant, "I suppose it does
seem a small piece of meat to
you, but it's big enough for
"All the world
loves a lov-
"Sure; he never parks in-
side the city limits!"
Hamilton-Women are cer-
tainly queer, eh?
Shunway Yeh, my wife
used to say she worshipped
the ground I walked on, and
now I get bawled out if I
track in a little of it.
"The plaintiff alleges that
you beat him so severely that
he was unable to work for a
month. What have you to say
Defendant: "He did not
have a job anyhow."
"Now that we are married
perhaps I might venture to
point out a few of your little
"Don't bother, dear. I'm
quite aware of them. Those
little defects prevented me
alone is an insufficient safe.
guard. I omamend the motto
of Mary Lyon founder of
from getting a much better
man than you are."
Friend-What is your baby
going to be when he grows new
Daddy-A blackmailer, I'm Tie
My little tailor came to the office to measure me for a
suit of clothes.
He looked tired. It had not been such a good winter.
American nonle are either awurar ci hr s n d.. a a.ryr .r. in
afraid. .. .. .......... iy vyv .. ... .. a. y up ur a w ay uouw n in
Friend-Why, what makes their thinking and their spending. While the stock market
ou Feth w m was Ioiling they bought lots of clothes. But they stopped
add-Well, we have to very suddenly, so the little tailor said.
give him something every lit- I wondered what a tailor thinks about. It must be
tie while to keep him quiet. monotonous life, going around and measuring men, sewing
i !i up the suits and trying them on, and fxing them over, and
I r listening to a good deal of grumbling.
Miss Oldon- I wear a "Do you find life worth living?" I asked him.
switch in my hair, but then
you can't tell it. His face brightened. "It keeps me interested."
Miss Young-I can't; why, "But what are your pleasures?" I persisted. "What
I have told it to lots of men. gives you a thrill ?"
"Well, for one thing I get quite a lot of excitement in
Prof. Foozle (to his class) overcoming my difficulties."
-Are you laughing at me? He went on to tell me about his difficulties, and as he
Class (in chorus)-No! talked I felt a reverence for that little tailor and a certain
Prof, Foozle-Then, what amount of shame for myself. How much less he has than
else is there in the room to I have. But no complaining, no self-pity, no temptation to
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iuugu at-: surrender. te is playing a game in which difficulties are
I his opponents, and every day, in his modest fashion, he wins
The inquisitive woman was some victory.
worrying the gardener. She When I was in Chicago a couple of years ago they told
asked a lot of meaningless me about the late T. F. Merseles who left the presidency
questions, of Montgomery Ward and Company to become the president
"What steps do you take of Johns Manville. Why did he do it? He had all the money
with the caterpillars?" She he could possibly use. Why should a man of sixty give up
asked next. something which was going smoothly to tackle a new situa-
"Well, mum," said the ex- tion?
asperated gardener, "I takes "Moody had nothing to do with it," one of his former
half a dozen steps into our associates told me. "He called us in one day and said: 'Boys,
nearest field and turns the I think I have this job licked. So I'll just say good-by.
caterpillars round three times I'm going where there are some problems'."
so that they gets giddy and
don't know their way back." Many a man makes himself unhappy, I think, because
o n he regards his difficulties as some special affliction for
Student (leaving college): which Fate has singled him out.
Good-bye, sir. I want to thank Difficulties are as much a part of the program of life
you (for all I have learned as the pleasures. You're certain to have them. The only
from you. question is, how will you. regard them? As afflictions?
Prof.: Don't mention it- Or as a part of the game-like Merseles and the little
it's nothing at all. tailor?
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Tamale-What became of
Carne-Why, he went to
America and made a name
for. himself there.
Came-He calls himself D o R
Smith now. ,JO a N ,D
Quiggle-I hear your sonN E GAINW D.
is taking an extra subject at THE SKIN PUZZLE
college this year.
Pscadds-Yes, the doctor An old anecdote has it that a society lady at her bridge
said he couldn't stay in col- game, asked her partner, who was a young "skin specialist,"
lege unless he got more sleep. why he chose that branch of medical profession for his life
I work--such a perplexing sort of diseases, his reply was,
Sam-The doctor says he "well-those cases never get me out at night, they never
will remove my appendix for die,-and, they never get well."
$1,200. My outstanding case today was a very aggravating
Louise-Oh, Sam, I'd much case of eczema. A young farmer who came from a place
rather have a new auto. about fifty miles away. I treated him for a similar attack,
I I I five years ago, with good success, hence his return after
Every time some people ac- about one month of suffering; he was half-mad from the
cept a favor they look for the terrible itching. I assume that they will interest such of my
price mark. readers as have had experience with skin afflictions.
I I I Eczema is the outstanding skin disease-if we are to
Even the man who has a judge by the frequency of patients with skin trouble. If
will of hs own never objects one doesn't know his diagnosis very well, he will be correct
to being mentioned in some- nine times out of ten by calling it "a form of eczema."
b I I Of course, the thing the patient demands is relief; he
Don't be too sure it's a com- doesn't care two whoops about the looks of the thing-he
pliment if you are told you wants the itching stopped-the sooner the better! And e i ;
sing like a bird. The screech would you, dear reader. :
owl is a bird! First and foremost, remove ALL sources of irritation.
SI A coarse harsh suit of underwear will render relief impon i-
A writer says speech was ble, no matter what the treatment. I once compelled a lady
given man to conceal his to stop wearing a fur boa, who had an intense ecema that
thoughts. It was a needless included the skin of her father long neck. She substituted
precaution in many cases. the softest silk-or stay inside. A very simple, rak -
Sanodne-ointment dism the tro.ble. .
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makes a big mistake, for comfort, in carrying ot the Idsof removialOl ai j~
I I I tants. And, thisidea. t vita h
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The Junior Council of Jew- the Nemo Hotel on Tuesday
ish Women will hold a meet- evening, February 17th, with
ing of its E4ecutive Board Mrs. Nettie Cohen as chair-
next Tuesday evening, Febru- man. Prizes will be awarded
ary 17th, at 8 p. m., at the for high scores and refresh-
home of its president, Mrs. ments will be served.
Aaron Farr, 442 S. W. 10th *
avenue and all members are The Musical Comedy spon-
urged to attend. scored by the Sisterhood of
Tmlg i TIraeol tn h held the
Next Sunday evening, Feb-
ruary 15th, the Junior Coun-
cil of Jewish Women will
sponsor a bridge party at the
Palm Room of the Robert
Clay Hotel, at which prizes
will be awarded and refresh-
ments will be served. Acting
as hostesses for the evening
will be Mrs. Aaron Farr, Miss
Ruth and Miss Ida Schwartz,
Miss Martha Spiegelman, Miss
Bernice Lobe, Miss Georgia
Roth and Miss Jean Balber.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Bogen
are receiving congratulations
upon the birth of a bay. boy
last Sunday at the Victoria
Hospital. Mother and son are
resting nicely. The Bris will
take place at the hospital next
Among the recent arrivals
in Miami is Dave Kahn, who
now resides in Pasaic, N. J.
He will remain here for sev-
An important busin ess
meeting and conference of the
Ladies' Auxiliaries and Sis-
terhoods of Miami's Jewish
Religious congregations has
been called for next Monday,
February 16th, at 2:30 p. m.,
at Kaplan Hall. The Sister-
hood of Temple Israel will be
hosts to the organizations of
Miami and Miami Beach and
a very splendid program has
been prepared. All members
of the local organizations and
visiting members of Sister-
hoods and Ladies' Auxiliaries
who are now in the city are
urged to attend. A social
hour and reception will fol-
low the business sessions.
Mrs. H. I. Homa is chairman
of the committee of arrange-
On next Friday, February
20th, the Sisterhood of Tem-
ple Israel will entertain at its
annual garden party at the
Granada Apartments wit h
Mrs. Day J. Apte, chairman,
and Mesdames Herbert E.
Kleinman, Mendel Cromer and
I. L. Seligman as members of
the committee in charge of
arrangements. Those who
have attended this annual
event in the past will be sure
to attend this year's event be-
cause of the splendid enter-
tainment always provided.
The mask ball, scheduled
for March 2nd by the Beth
David Sisterhood, has been
aled off and in its place a
dance will be given at the
Fleetwood Hotel on Monday,
March 9th, at 9:80 p. m. In
dhakse of arrangements is a
committee headed by Mes-
damesmJ. KEat and S. J. Spec-
ter1 ..ler details will be an-
S iq these columns in
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last week of March at the
Temple Theater, will contain
a large medley of songs and
dances, and will present an
evening of entertainment that
will more than repay the pa-
tron for the money expended.
The committee headed by
Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson is
making every effort to make
this evening both amusing
We are indeed thankful for
the many cards we have re-
ceived for the entertainment
presented by the Jwish Radio
Hour. Last Sunday's pro-
gram was featured by an ad-
dress by Rabbi S. Wrubel of
West Palm Beach, and a brief
talk on the Jewish Welfare
Bureau by Mr. Stanley C.
Myers, well-known local at-
torney. Piano selections by
Miss Frances Kane, and Miss
Cecile Wolkowsky, liturgical
numbers by Cantor Boris
Schlachman of Philadelphia,
Cantor Louis Hayman of Beth
David and Cantor Nathan
Wroobel of the Orthodox
Congregation, Yiddish songs
by Cantor Hayman and Can-
tor Wroobel, and a liturgical
number by Mrs. Sam Resnick,
who was accompanied by Mrs.
Bertram Raff, featured the
evening's program. A sur-
prise number in which all
those who took part in the
program joined in singing the
Jewish national hymn, thd
Hatikvo, featured the close of
the program. Miss Kane ac-
companied Cantor Hayman in
his rendition of a Yiddish
Hadassah Cabaret and
Dance, under the auspices of
the Senior and Junior Chap-
ters of Miami, will take place
on February 22nd (Washing-
ton's birthday), at the Frolics
commencing at 9 p. m. Every
effort is being put forth by
all Hadassah members to
make this affair "the talk of
Mrs. Sam Simonhoff has
undertaken to sponsor this
lovely affair and assisting her
as co-chairmen are Mrs. Bar-
ney Weinkle, who is in charge
of the tickets telephone
5-3764; Mrs. M. D. Kirsch,
Mrs. S. Altschul, Mrs. S. L.
Wentraub, Mrs. A. L. Kantor
and Mrs. A. E. Rosenthal for
the Seniors. Miss Lena Wein.
kle is chairman for the Junior
Chapter and is being assisted
by Miss Hannah Mack, Miss
Lee Kasanof, Miss Ruth Dav-
is, Miss Evelyn Jamison, Mrs.
Jasper Cromer, Mrs. J. Rot-
fort and Mrs. Mannie Wesson.
Tickets at $1.00 per per-
son may be had from any
Hadassah member. It is ex-
pected that there will be a
wonderful representation of
Hadassah from all over the
United States at-this affair.
Mrs. S. L. Lutsky, presi-
Miami to preside at the instal-
lation of the lodge. Sunday, Iaitwnhry Vfarf.
March 1st, the charter fest
will be held and a banquet We Deliver
will follow the formal exer- Bundles
cises. The exact time and
place will be announced in the .. of .
next week's issue of the Jew- Satisfaction
ish Floridian. As usual, the P e 3-
organization will meet at Kap- Phone 3-3687
lan Hall on Thursday night. 21 North West Ninth Street
The Loyalty Club of the
Emunah Chapter, O. E. S., FATH RT
will sponsor a card party at F TIME
the home of Mrs. Freda Mar- HAS IT!
kowitz, 921 Medina Ave., Cor-
al Gables, on Wednesday eve-
ning, February 18th, at 8 10
o'clock. Prizes will be awarded'
for the highest scores and re-
freshments will be served. 8 4.
Visitors and tourists are
urged to attend.
The benefit card party SELLST IT
given at the home of Mrs. Sue
Schachter, 1021 N. W. First
St., last Sunday night was
well attended. Prizes were
5th St. & 2nd Ave. N. W.
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dent of the junior Hadassah,! a w a r d e d for the. highest
gave a report of the recent scores and at a late hour a
Southern Regional delegation luncheon was served. Mes-
at New Orleans, at a meeting dames Peggy Palmer and Sue
of the senior group Tues- Schachter were the hostesses.
day, in the Talmud Torah *
building. Mrs. Lutsky was Mrs. Anne M. Griswold of
elected third vice president Norfolk, Va., is the house
of the delegation. Mrs. A. L. guest of Mrs. Lena Simon at
Kanter spoke on the inaugu- her home, 1469 S. W. First
ration of a "Happiness Fund," St., and will remain here for
which was created for the the balance of the winter sea-
pulrrose of members donat- son.
ing to this fund on occasions *
of special happiness, and The Miami Chapter of Jun-
Mrs. Isidor Cohen gave the ior Hadassah will meet at
first gift in honor of little Kaplan Hall at 8 p. m. on
Barbara Rosemond Weiner, Monday, February 16th, when
the infant daughter of the a splendid program has been
financial secretary of the prepared for the entertain-
group. ment of the guests. All
Plans were made for a cul- members are urged to attend
tural evening with Mrs. S. and bring their friends with
Altschul and Mrs. L. Sapero them. Visiting Hadassahs
in charge. March 9th, will are cordially invited to be
be the infant's welfare present.
shower to be gven at Bur-
dine's tea room, with Mrs. On Thursday, February
Ray Somberg in charge. The 26th, the local Arbeiter Ring
meeting of yesterday was branch will sponsor a concert
marked by a large attendance at the ~ath David Talmud
of members and out of town Torah when the world-fam-
visitors. ous Jewish actor, Gershon
Rubin, a member of the Yid-
The Junior Bnai Brith will dish Art Troupe, will give a
shortly be an accredited chap- reading of various sketches
ter of the Aleph Zadek Aleph, of famous Yiddish writers.
International J u n i o r Bnai He will be assisted in the con-
Brith organization, according cert by Miss Dora Borshower
to advices received from na- who will sing a group of Yid-
tional headquarters. A rep- --_-----_ -_-_ ----I
resentative of the Grand
Lodge will shortly arrive in iLtnr
j Vo mo ary.1
,n- gs, and a
Of ~atia .1 folk songs, dlu i
the *V.:vri g. Mr. Fishm
who-aCM mpanies them on thi
tri, will preside and spia"
briefly. .The local concert k
part of a national program
sponsored by the Arbeitr
Ring and during their tour,
the artists have received Wide
Mrs. .Martin Stone and
daughter, Miss Elaine Stone,
i6f Brooldyn, N. Y., were
honor guests at a surprise
dinner party at the Colonial
Towers -recently. The table
was arranged in aT shape and
vases of roses and sweet peas
placed along the cloth. Bridge
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Phone Miami 32101
13 N s2ad Avenue
MIAMI DUACH FUNERAL BOMI
Phone N. B. 5-2101
12MI Wimlnton Ave.
City Wood Yard, Inc.
Fireplace Stove and
1216 N. W. EIGHTH COURT
Honest, Courteous Service.
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as enjoyed at the close of
Covers were laid for Mr.
nd Mrs. M. Cromer, Mr. and
rs. P. Scheinberg, Mr. and
rs. B. London, -Mrs. Stella
olda, Mrs. V. Hibbard, Mr.
nd Mrs. Bernard Gould, Mr.
nd Mrs. M. Rubin, Dr. and
rs. Coret, Mr. and Mrs. B.
avis, Otto C. Stegeman, Mrs.
ose Schacht of Salem, Mass.;
r. and Mrs. P. Alexander,
r. and Mrs. Mergentine, Mr.
nd Mrs. Leuchtag of Brook-
n, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Aron
ecker of New York, B. Rubin
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., and
rs. H. Bennet, Watertown,
Beth David Executive Board
et at luncheon last Wednes-
y at the Beth David Talmud
orah Building with Mes-
ames M. Rubin and Morris
ubler as the hostesses. A
gular meeting of the organ-
ation followed at 2:30 when
portant business was trans-
ted. An entertainment was
nounced for the evening of
nday, March 1st, the eve
Purim of which Mrs. S. M.
achtei, the wife of the Rab-
Sis chairman of the arrange-
ents committee. The mem-
rship committee reported
at three new members had
en admitted. A Parent-
acher's Association of the
th David Sunday school
as organized with Mrs. S. M.
achtei as president, Mrs.
idor Cohen, vice president;
carry Oliphant, secretary,
id MMr.ol. Weinkle, tras.
Among recent arrivals in
e city are a party of Balti-
oreans consisting of Mr. and
s, Ellis Baker, Mr. and Mrs.
seph Hirschman, and Mr.
d Mrs. M. Potts, all promi-
nt citizens of the city. They
e stopping at the Lindbergh
tel, Miami Beach.
One of the largest crowds
the season attended the
purists' bridge party at the
cayne Collins Hotel last
wednesday night, sponsored
the Ladies' Auxiliary of
SMiami Jewish Orthodox
gregation. More than for-
tables of bridge were pres-
and prizes were awarded
high score. Atalate hour
hments were served.: In
gof the affair and act-
as hostesseW were M'es
ne ar Ktestlw Sal
m," uis angil-
SCharles Tannenbaum and
ry Seitlin. The proceeds
being used to defray the
penses of the Talmud Torah
ducted by the.4mp ieati
"1645 S. W. mi-a stee.
The Fritdsdhip: League held
I reglar w inelmeeting at
U As usual, thebusiness
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members. All are
to attend this affair.
The mask ball which was
to have been held at the Hotel
Helene last Saturday was
postponed to a day in March,
the exact date to be an-
nounced in these columns
The Purim Bask Ball, spon-
sored by the Ladies' Auxihary
of the Miami Jewish. Ortho-
dox Congregation, will be
given the first week in
March, the exact time and
place to be announced in these
columns in our next week's
Mr. and Mrs. H. Harris of
Charlotte, N. C., and Mrs.
Henry Miller of Winston-Sa-
lem, N. C., are visiting their
sister, Mrs. Barney Kraft at
her home in Shenandoah.
Mrs. R. ChalinK aunt of Mr.
Barney Kraft of this city, is
visiting her son and will re-
main in Miami for the re-
mainder of the season.
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At the last meeting of the The Miami Junior Hadas-
Bnai Brith held at Kaplan sah is still plugging along on
Hall, four new members were its Time project and is ask-
initiated Addresses were ing the aid of the residents
made by Jos. M. Fine, L. of this district as well as the
Weber. of Waynesville, Ohio, visitors so that it may suc-
H. Friedlander of Worcester cessfully complete the quota
Mass.; C. Albert of New Yor needed without much delay.
city and D. Keller of Minnea- By this time, Miamians are
polis. Dr. George Rosenthal no doubt fully acquainted
will be the guest of honor at with the idea. The Junior
the next weekly luncheon of Hadassah which is aiding in
the Bnai Brith. the work of Hadassah in
the Bnai Brith. Palestine and helping take
care of a Jewish orphan girl
Mrs. Nathan Markowitz has hit upon the novel idea
and Mrs. Herbert E. Seppler of selling seconds of time for
entertained a number of a cent each. A 24-hour day
friends at luncheon and the- has been divided into sec-
atre last Thursday afternoon bonds and when the complete
in honor of Mrs. Adolph Wer- number of seconds for a day
theimer and Mrs. Nathan have been sold a clock will be
Eisenmann and Miss Henri- wolrid and when the clock
etta Eisenmann of New Or- stops, the very second of time
leans. Quite an enjoyable time denoted will decide the win-
was had by all. ner of a trip to New York
The luncheon bridge and The clock or time prpJect
Mah Jong Club held its regu- Ihas received much confinen-
lar weekly luncheon and dation from all who have
games at the Roney Plaza heard about it. However,"
Hotel last week with Mrs. mere commendation will not
Nathan Markowits, Samuel help put the project over. It
Reanick, J. Goodman, Sam
Wiessel, Charles Cohen Jos.
Cohen, of Stamford, Conn.,
E. Friedman, Sol Cohen, RAC A
Laurence Sapero and L. TE RACE FAN
Prizes were won by Mes- America's
dames Sam Wiessel and
Joseph Cohen. The next Are Entertaining
meeting of the club will be ]
held at the Everglades Hotel.
Among the singers on the
weekly program of the Uncle
Remus Club. next. unday eve-
ning over Station WQAM,
will be. the five year old Mss
Gwendolyn Sei"ck. the
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daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Resnick of this city.
The card party sponsored by
the Senior Council of Jewis
Women at Kaplan hall last
Wednesday night was quite a
success more than twenty ta-
bles of bridge being played.
The committee in charge con-
sisted of Mesdames J. N.
Morris, Myer Rauzin, J. Sim-
pson and Harry Oliphant.
Prizes were won by Mrs.
Isidor Cohen, Mrs. G. Neulan-
der, M. Fishman, and N.
Fishman all of Detroit.
The raffle of a doll con-
tributed by Mrs. Harry Green
resulted in Mrs. M. R. Robin
being the winner. At a late
hour refreshments were ser-
At the last meeting of the
Friendship League, plans for
the dance of the League to
be held on February 25 were
announced. This dance will be
held in the club rooms at the
Reportsof other commit-
tees were received and the
distribution of magazines for
the hospitals were noted. The
president spoke on the wel-
fare of the club. The next
meeting will be held next
L. (Pop) GERSON
Buyer of All Kind of Scrap Metal
We Sell Auto Parts
2141 N. W. SECOND AVE.
BAGS and METALS
EAST COAST BAG & METAL CO.
I. L. MINTZER
MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS
435-446 N. W. th Street
PEPPER METAL CORP.
Scrap Metal and Machinery
N. W. Cor. 5th Ave. and 14th St.
Roofing Paper, Asphalt
428 N. W. N. River Drive
170 N. W. sth St.
We Supply Your Every Want
is therefore urged upon all
that each purchase- tickets
representing time as soon as
possible. The money raised is
needed in. Palestine at this
time, and should be raised im-
Mr. Harry Golden of New
York city is visiting his sis-
ter and brother in law, Mr.
and Mrs. Larry Fay of this
city and will remain as their
guest for the next several
Mr. Harry Byan of Jama-
ica, Long Island, is a visitor
at the Angler's Hotel, Mimai
Beach and will remain here
for several months.
Among the gifts presented
to the Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Synagogue recently in
connection with its dedication
were: a. Chupa by Mr. and
Mrs. Jos. Schonfield; Men-
orahs by Miss Sarah Shochet
and Mr. and Mrs. J. Louis
Shochet, in memory of their
parents; a chandelier by Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Jacobskind,
a Cathedral arm chair by Mr.
and Mrs. Manuel Rippa, the
traditional lions and tablets
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629 W. Flagler St.
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(reg. pharmacist for 17 years)
Cor 22nd Ave. and 8th St. S. W.
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"Nayr Tomid" by Mrs. R.
Beck; the painting of the
woodwork of the Chancel and
doors of the Synagog by Mr.
Clein of Cleveland, Ohio; a
set of Talmud and Mishnayos
by Mr. M. Rosen of this city,
a beautiful blue and white
Porochos by Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Seitlin; hanging lights
by Mrs. J. Rifkin.
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THE JOCKEY CLUB HANDICAP $3,000 ADDED
For three year olds and upwards overthe mile and one eighth distance with
seventy-nine of the finest thoroughbreds entered.
AND A FINE PROGRAM OF SIX OTHER RACES
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
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WEST I Yeshiva Rabbi possible manner. The class of the probable outcomeorf the victoy for -the N
WEST PAL BEAChorses that have been entered races. The hurdle races, of Council of, the JeTaji
ACTVn TIES Makes Addresses in all the races have produced course, are keenly watched bune, wfich has obJecd to
aRab competition that has no for and are a particular de. improvements being mnde
Rbbi Moses Tabachnik, equal at other tracks. This light of many of the fans. with state funds uponth
Beth El Sisterhood is spon- Ri Mse aba keen competition and the This week an R. C. A. radio ppertyof the
scoring a benefit briod on- who is here on a mission rep- class of the plant itself has victrola combination will be prC erl t the Lake Pid
scoring a benefit bridge on
Sunday evening at the home resenting the Kollel Kovno, resulted in an outpouring of given away on Saturday ub, wdiscrimlte h
of the Misses Oppenheim the noted post graduate Rab- racing enthusiasts that is only night, and a Chrysler Ply- against Jews in membership
3317 Broadway, when Mrs. S. binical Seminary, spoke last equalled by the finest race mouth sedan will be given admissions.
Berner will act as hostess. Saturday morning at the tracks of the East. The week- away Monday night. The
Przes will be awarded and re- Beth David Congregation, and end races on Saturdays have musical entertainment pro- A man is generous toa
freshments will be served. Saturday afternoon at the gone over in excellent fash- vided nightly, and the close fault when he fails to corre..
Beth Abraham Synagogue. ion, due in part to the added proximity of the track to the it.
t Monday mrnin Sunday evening he was one purses which have caused a center of Miami, only three !
Beth t SiseMonday morning of the guest speakers at the splendid class of th'orobreds miles from downtown Miami, The lard manufacturer is
dBeth El Simm e Sll at dedication of the Miami Jew- to compete for the prizes, has helped in getting the fans constantly turning over anew
dl t a RSt fm ts Talmu" ish Orthodox Synagogue, and This Saturday the feature to the track. There is no leaf.ew
Clematis St. for its Talmudt cu y
Torah Fund. The committeethis coming Saturday morn- event will be the Jockey Club doubt that a real treat awaits -
in charge consists of Mes- ing he will speak at the Beth Handicap, producing a large the fan who attends the races
dames B. Ryder, L Glazers Jacob Congregation of Miami number of classy entries in a this track.
Wolfand Schutzer. GlazThose Beach. He is considered a the three year olds and up- JAI ALAI
very able speaker in the Yid- ward class. There is an added The Lake elacia Club will
interested are urged to bring dish language and though purse of three thousand relinquish all claims upon the
clothiany members and other articles to only about a year and a half dollars. There are six other property on which the state Biscayne Fronton
tany member of the comm- in this country has established races in addition to the fea- of New York is to erect a
a splendid reputation in the ture event this Saturday. bob-sled run for the 1932 The orld' Futest 8pert
The Purim Ball banned Rabbinic field. Last summer Caesar La Monaca's band winter Olympic games, as an.
The Purim Ball planned by he held the Rabbinate of the concerts are being continued nounced by Dr. Godfrey, NINE
Beth El Sisterhood for March Orthodox Congregation at daily. The races start prompt- chairman of tne winter GAMES NIGHTLY
1st at the Community House, Nantasket, Mass., where he ly at 2:15 each day and for games committee and vice- GAMES NIGHTLY
will have Harry Meyer's Or- will again serve this next those having no machines, the president of te Lake Placi
chestra. The ball will be a summer. Nantasket is a noted F. E. C. Railroad accommo- lub. This isL/Pregarded as a
mask and costume event and summer resort. nations are excellent andis isregar as a
prizes will be given for the reach the plant in time for
most grotesque and for the Races Attract the opening race and leave
prettiest costume. n charge immediately after the last JUST OUT JUST OUT
is a committee consisting of Large Crowds race.
Mesdames M. Tessler, M.argeCro d race.
Dubbin, J. Wolf, I. Moss and P R WIER
S. Frye. The old adage, "It's class DogTrack IsTER WIERN
that counts," has oeen again D a I n
Mr. and Mrs. B. Klein of proven by the owners and Mecca for Many Hn T E J
Cleveland, Ohio, are visiting manager of the Hialeah race
their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. track. Determined to make With stars of the stage and JV
H. Karfunkel at 615 Jessa- the Hialeah plant the real screen as added attractions,
mine St., and will remain "Saratoga of the South," the the West Flagler Kennel Club JT AMER Aa
there for the balance of the new owners, Joseph E. Wide- has been drawing capacity AM
season. ner and Col. Warburton, crowds every night of the l V
spared no efforts to make the past week. The dogs are well
Mr. Jack Barash, local mer- plant itself attractive in every matched and special races
:hant, is on a business trip to named for the stars attend- REVISED, ENLARGED AND
St. Louis and will return in to Miami last Sunday where ing add to the sport presented BROUGHT UP T DATE
about ten days. Rabbi Wrubel spoke at the for the entertainment of the
dedication of the new Ortho- fans. Such dogs as Cardinal, Nearly 500 page
Rabbi and Mrs. S. Wrubel dox Synagogue, and later at Celo, Galway Glide are only a c amp*)
Lnd Mr. and Mrs. O. Gruner the Jewish Radio hour spon- few whose past performances
Af West Palm Beach, motored scored by the Jewish Floridian. keep the fans guessing as to Price, postpaid $2.50
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