The Jewish Floridian

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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 20, 1931
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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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).

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 35317254
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AA00010090:00104

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Miami, Florida, Friday, February 20 1981


Price 5 Cents


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Sponsors Bepefit
The Miami Racing Associ- THE J
on is going "all the way"
aid the city of Miami in
dividing funds with which Turn to Pa
offer work to men who
rd it badly.
,very person connected "'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
h the Jockey club-train-
,jockeys, stable boys, sta Prominent Welfare
owners, officials--they'll
get a chance to help make W rker to Speak
fund.a big one. Commit- Worker to Speak
will go to each group,
those able to help with Mr. Armand Weil, superin-
donations will be allowed tendent of the Hebrew' Or-
o so; those not in position o At
help much will not be phanag Home of Atlanta,
ed to do so. Ga., and a well-known author-
ollowing the donations ity on child caring methods,
all groups connected arrived here Thursday morn-
the cluo, the Miami ing on a speaking tour of this
ing Association as a section of the country. While
le will give "a substantial section o the hl
e" to be added to the oth- here he will speak on modern
methods of child welfare
e hope to realize a big work, Friday at the luncheon
for Mayor Reeder's of the'Young Men's Club of
," Mr. Bruen said last Miami at the Tri Club; Fri-
"though of course time day night before the Beth
rt and we must work David Congregation, and be-
to make the day a big, fore the Miami Jewish Ortho-
ess. In future years this i dox Congregation; and Sun-
can be worked up until it day morning before the Sun-
e biggest of the meeting. day services of Temple Israel.
e is no reason why this Sunday evening he will speak
cannot be a big one, eith- briefly during the Jewish hour
We have a fine organism on Station WQAM under the
Siy *g muapices of -the Jewish Flod-
emrb ':r Well has natisal
And whneiAs tI coleo- reputation in welfare work
are made the tdtal will especially in the upbringing of
turned over to a commit- children away from the influ-
mposed of-E. C. Rompfh ences of orphanage homes.
urer, D. J. Mahoney and He is an ardent exponent of
k B. Shutts, who in turn the idea of raising the chil-
discuss with Mayor Ree- dren in private homes under
the best plan- for use of the guidance of welfare or-
funds. i ganizations.
e decision to help with While here he will be the
or Reeder's unemploy- guest at a number, of recep-
t fund was made known! tions in his honor.
luncheon at the MAall-'
n, directo-rf Famous Stars
track ann that To Appear Here
y H. Warburton, presi-
Cntinued on' Pag) The local Arbeiter Ring
r 'l I... branch will have as its spe
Re e eMS cial guests on Thursday eve-
quet Sunday ning, February 26th, at the
.q ,Beth David Talmud Torah
e-second annual banquet Hall in a public concert to
eChesed Shel Emes which all lovers of Jewish
SBUrial Sqoety), *ill be literature are invited, the re-
at the Beth David Audi- nowned Jewish actor, Gershon
next Sunday eveing, Rubin, and the equally famous
ary 22, 1981, at 7:30 p. Dora Bovshower, singsa of
.full course :banquet will Yiddish and Russian folk
ered. A report of the songs. Mr. Rubin is a mem-
ties of the orgnii tion ber of the world famous Yid-
he past year ;wm be made dish Art Troupe, and will give
it is exe ~te at ad readings from famous Yid-
es will oe ade by the dish writers. Miss Bvshower
of Beth will be accomxsred at the
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Cantor Schlachman
At Beach Synagog
Cantor Boris Schlachman,
well-known cantor of Phila-
delphia, and formerly the can-
tor of Beth David Congrega-
tion, who reached Miami on a
recent tour of the south
will be the guest cantor of
Congregation Beth Jacob of
Miami Beach next Friday
night and Saturday morning.
He will conduct the early
Friday night services and the


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complete -Saturday morning
ritual. He s well known to
the "Chazonic" world for his
splendid rendition of tradi-
tional Synagogal music.
This is the first tim3 in
four years that Cantor
Schlachman .will conduct serve
ices in the Greater Miami
district and a great outpour-
ing of his friends is expected
to attend his initial efforts in
this section.

Dade County Fair
To Be Gala Event
Dade County's agricultural
and industrial resources will
be on parade in Miami March
9 to 14, when the 85th annual
exposition of South Florida
products will be arrayed in
competition for $15,000 in
premiums.
Plans for the Dade County
g and early eOntries indicate
that all me% rd. will be sbat-


Club Will Present
Big Minstrel Show
Fifty persons will partici-
pate in the first act of the
"Black and White Minstrel
Revue," which will be pre-
sented in the Temple Theater
February 26 under auspices
of the Young Men's Club of
Miami. The proceeds will be
devoted to charity.
The minstrel will be under
the direction of Steve Brodie,
former blackface comedian,
with the assistance of Dave
Roth, former vaudeville star;
Louis Hayman as musical di-
rector and Aaron Farr as or-
chestra leader. Chester Al-
exander, Al Parker, Lew
Hampton and other artists
who are spending the winter
in Miami, will assist.
Both men and women will
appear in the first act, which

elude the regular ent men of
minstreldom, soloists, includ-
ing both men and women.
During the intermission there
will be a five-minute orches-
tra program under the direc-
t!on of Mr. Farr.
Specialty features will mark
the olio and the seconL -art
will be a one-act negro farce,
written and produced under
the direction of Mr. Brodie.

Pioneer Merchant
Is Buried Here
Max Abramson, long time
merchant of Miami, aged 61
died at his home, 445 8. W.
Second street last Wednesday
morning after about a
month's illness.
Mr. Abramson came to Mi.
ami from Holyoke, Mass.,
about 15 years ago and re-
cently operated the Miami
Public Market together with
his son. He was a member
the Beth David Congregatio-
and a number of other char-
itable organizations.
Rabbi 8. M. Machtel offici-
ated at the funeral ceremon-
ies which were held in the
Philbrick Funeral Home,
Wednesday afternoon. The
funeral cortege then left the
fur parlors and am d
the astf residia of the de-


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Miami has been the scene
of famous battles of the ring,
as well as heated political
warfare. It now becomes a
religious battlefield.
John E. Norman. Protes-
tant, Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan,
Jew; Quin O'Brien, Catholic;
and Clarence Darrow, agnos-
tic. These are the principals
in the verbal melee which
takes place at the Biscayne
Fronton next Sunday even-
ing, February 22nd. The en-
tire receipts of this religious
symposium will be turned
over to the Mayor's Commit-
tee for Worthy Unemployed,
under whose auspices this af-
fair is being staged.
Clarence Darrow, of course
will be the prime attraction.
He has established himself
as one of the mighty men of
the age. His glamorous per-
sonality, his love for the un-
der dog, and his colorful ci-
reer have made his name a
byword in almost every
America household.
At a recent forum, one of
Darrow's opponents said:-
"Any man who would go
2,000 miles to defend someone.
he never saw, for nothing,
simply because he believed
the man was being treated
unjustly, is ply religious.".
wart old iconoclast does not
believe in religion, thinks the
Bible is worthless, despises
prohibition, and mirkes no
bones about defending his
stand in forceful, colorful and
incisive language.
In O'Brien, Kaplan and
Norman, the veteran Chicago
lawyer will meet foemen
worthy of his steel. They .are
not a bit awed by his world-
wide renown, and while they
respect his mental attain-
ments, they sturdily defend
their respective relgious be-
liefs. All are well unded on
their topics, and. the Miami
forum may go down in reli-
gious history as A milestone.
Darrow's hobby is to select 1
stories and anecdotes from
the Bible, and after subject-
ing them. to a scoring fire
of disblief, riddle them with
scornful logic. Two of his
favorites are Balaam and the
ass, and Joshua's feat with
the sun.
At every forum, however,
the 'g ed Chicagoan uncov-
ers 8sething new He sel-
dom 'retains tE same .ties.

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Announcements

MIAMI
JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
1545 S. W. 3rd Street
ISAAC M. WAPNER
Ralhhi


Racing Fans Flock
To Flagler Plant

The Miami Anglers Club
handicap last Thursday night
drew a flock of the best grey-
hounds on the track for this
well contested event. All the


THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN


have had a hard time figuring
out the results. Favorites
have not always won and this
has kept the boys guessing
considerably.
The dogs are well matched
and special races that have
been named for the various
celebrities that are visiting
the track during the week are
attracting considerable atten-


ADDITIONAL
SOCIETY

Five newly wedded couples
-Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Klein
of Brooklyn; Mr. and Mrs.
T.awrnrce E. Seff of Huntinr-


Friday, February 20,
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friends. Mother and baby
resUtg nicely. Rabbi aUMr
Weisfeld are making thel
home at 1051 Eastern Par
way, Brooklyn, N. Y., at th
present time.
The tard party of the Bet
David Sisterhood held at th
Nemo last Tuesday night
attended by about ei


CONG. BETH JACOB tion. Ten fast races including .guests. ix prizes were a-"
The usual early Friday eve- (Orthodox) a feature hurdle match are ton, W. Va.; Mr. and Mrs. ed for high score and t
ninre services will begin 311 Washington Avenue the usual evening's bill. On David A. Rosof of Jersey raffle was won byMrs. s.
5:30 with late services fol- Miami Beach Monday evenings an auto is City Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ma the wife of the Ra
lowing a will conduct the usual early being held that night. Every ise, New York-are reg- hour refreshments were



addressthe audience, among well- dish publicist and writer, will event since the opening of the entertained a number
Speak on "Zionism" He is track. The musical entertain- Mrs. John Fleischner of friends at bridge last Sun
known communal leader., who willknwn as a very interesting ment ovided is an added Bristol, Conn., is the house night at their home in Coc
Hackensack N J. who wil instructive speaker. The attraction nightly. The close guest of her sister, Mrs. nut Grove. Pr z eswe
Work of Toda. Sats C un chanting and congregational proximity of the track to the Charles Rosengarten and will awarded for high scores a
Working serTvies begn at signing will be led by Mr. B heart of the city, it being spend the balance of the win- a salad course was served
8:30 a. m. with Mincha at Silverman. All tourists and only three miles, is an added ter season in Miami. a late hour. The booby pri
Sp. m., followed by the "ha residents are urged to attend reason why the crowds are was won by Mr. Nathan Ad
losh audah." Daily Minyan these services and enjoy the large. Announcement of the birth man.
losh auda. ay Miny Sabbath in the traditional of a baby boy to Rabbi and
8sr a. m. and evening manner. Some politicians live any- Mrs. Israel H. Weisfeld last The man who is in lo,
sermnices t 5 and 6lana races have been so well where but in the hearts of Tuesday at Brooklyn, N. Y., with himself has no fear
Ga., will deliver an address matched that the spectators their countrymen. was received by a number of being jilted.
on "Modern Child Welfare." *oo ooo o c ooo ooo***************oo**++ ++ ++*+***+****++++++++++*** coioo **+++oo,

(Reform)
TELIEoM I THE JEWISH RADIO HOUR
137 N. E. 19th Street THE JEW ISH
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN j STATION W QA M"
Services will be held Fri- g EVERY SUNDAY 6 TO 6 P. M.
day evening at 8:15 p. m. o
The address of the evening SPONSORED AND SUPPORTED
will be made by Dr. Abraham g
Wolfson of the Spinoza Insti- by
stute of America on "Spinoza,
the Greatest ewn and il THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN AND THE FOLLOWING ADVERTISERS
opher of Modern Times."
Sunday morning services
will begin at 11 a. m. with g Would You Lke
Dr. Kaplan preaching the g GUARANTE
sermon on "Why So Many GUAANTED AGAN'S
Temples Are Cold." INCOME PR GRAM o Palatial Kosher
Mr. Armand Weil, superin- LIFE I 0 Aitia rt
tendent of the Hebrew Or- FOR LIFE Restaurant
hPno- A *4. For Yourself and Family 0_____ Secod Strat
Ga., will speak on "The Mod- I M. IPT N
ern Method of Caring for J M. LIPTON 0!i U s i ,n roao
Children." All are welcome Insurance Agency g *
at these services and are INSURANCE ECONOMISTS ADDRESSES: g where QuH ad Kauh
urged to attend and enjoy Lawyers' Bldg., i hone 2-1522 o ud ft n
the spiritual hour provided for a -
them. o O O *oo o++ "Modern Disciples of Abraham"......Louis Heiman g _*o* *i** .**__i_*_*
Ptans for *he Purim festi-. 0
Plans for the Purim festi- "Yonng Men at Work"....................Abe Aronowitz
val to be held at the Temple TE HAROLD G. McGHAN rTTA"
on Sunday afternoon, March a "Modern Child Welfare"...................Armand Weil
1st, between 3 and 6 p. of Atlanta, G. ea ty S
art no* being arranged and King e ve
will be announced in next 27 N. I. Send Ave.
week's issue of the Jewish Funeral Home Songs-Liturgy and Yiddish lPhe 2-35
Floridian. 1 0
Floridian. N Third Ave. ................... ....... Cantor Nathan Wroobel, pe ali t n Eug nPer
W. Ave. maent Waving, Helena
CONG. BETH DAVID R ubl ntein Facial
(Conservative) hones: 2-3535 20471 Songs-Liturgy-Duet Trateants
139 N. W. Third Avenue bukan b ail Its Brancli
19 N. W. Third Avene ....Mrs. Samuel Resnick and Mrs. Martin Raff Sa a Br
S. M. MACHTEI g ++++ *.+ Accompanied at the piano by Miss Frances Kane o ***
Rabbi 0
At the 8 o'clock service to- g
night Rabbi Machtei will Joe Reisman's Songs .....................Miss Frances Kane o h Covean
preach on "Prayer" and will Joseph Covelman's
answer the question "Can 0 a
prayer alter the natural order Fresh Kosher Songs-Liturgy and Yiddish Star K her
of events?" The rabbi will *
discuss the efficacy of prayer Meats and Poultry Cantor Boris Schachma
expressed or implied, and its M o a
ri m a 1 N. Fifth St Jewish news and social program for the week ras MEATS
will offer logical scientific 6 N. W. Fifth Ot. t
wi offer og l scientific Other Interesting numbers S AND POULTRY
findings to back up the religi- g phone 3-2270 num
0us views on the subject. Mr. o w. s ft. hoi* *
Louis Hayman, cantor of g 0 Sa
Beth David, will chant the **++*****++******+++*o *******************o*******t** --.
ritual ad will lead the pray-o : *
ers. A social hour will follow B THIS SPACE STILL 0 AUGUST ROS.
in the Talmud Torah and the S x s
public is iavited. AVAILABLE Ma*ic Bakery
Tomorrow morning se3rv- : fa dan a
foagir 0t 8 i the 361 8. W. Eighth St. *
Yiddish semen will b* Eter sing ** P un W
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Entered as second class matter,
July 4th, 1930, at the Post Office
at Miami, Florida, under the act
of March 8, 1819.

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VOL. IV-NO. VIII.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1981

RELIGION AND THE
PUBLIC SCHOOLS
United States Commission-
er of Education, Dr. William
John Cooper, struck a truly
American note in expressing
opposition to all religious in-
struction in public schools.
We are glad also that he
stressed the thought that,
while character can be devel-
oped in the schools without
religious instruction, the most
complete character develop-
ment must include the pro-
gram of family religious
training characteristic of the
Jewish people. Hence, in
.earning the ideals of great
me ilren must get an in-
sight into the working of the
spiritual forces in man, and
Shence, a mere seeplar edtuca-
:tion ofthe public schools is in-
adequate for the best type of
character training.
SIt is unfair, however, to
the Jewish children to offer
rthAm -a one-ided spiritual
4irsning by introducing the
qlebra t o n of Christmas,
which really commemorates
the birth of the chief figure
in the Christian religion, and
by giving special attention to
Easter, which commemorates
the cruiefision,
If stih inPgs continue in
the public education of our
youth, we believe that Jews
iust insist that Hanukah and
Passover, which have a direct
bearing on the ideals of true
Americans and Americanism,
be given at least equal atten-
on in the public school sys-
And were glad to note
tat a suggestion recently
de by a prominent Jewish
B ine, for the celebration
f Hanukah in the public
aools has been nw r e-
elved by rbbis and theJew-
1 e: e however, that
the best tra of Ameri-


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CHASER
A' wrU6E-

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No gold
offer,
For I have
coffer.
Nor even
purse,
Is almost
worse.
(In fact, I
a.f4o


or silver


can I


naught within my
copper, for my
useless, if no
might say on the


To view its leanness
my pride.)
So I will give, though
what old,
What's worth its wei
purest gold-
(By saying that, I
state
What some might und
mate)


hurts
some-
ght in
merely
leresti-


My heart, for massiveness re-
nowned
(It weighs, I'm sure, a half a
pound).
Ih always yours, and likewise
mine,
Let's be each other's valen-
tine.
I
We understand that, owing
to its greater ability '
Mimi elephant which plays
golf has never yet been min.
taken for a p a't lady in knck-
ers.
!
"Then we are in full agree-
ment on this matter?"
"Yes, quite in harmony.
When shall we sign the con-
tract ?"
"We do not need a contract.
An oral contract is sufficient
between friends."
"Not for me! The last time
I had an oral contract I re-
ceived only an oral salary!"
I I
Manager: "Had any experi-
ence with explosives?"
Applicant (for powder -
monkey's job): "Exper-uncelI
Why, Cap'n, I been blawed up
thiee times since I was 14."
I I
An A. P. story tells of a
Kentucky mountain lad who
can make music by blowing
into a jug. Ah, but much
sweeter are the sounds in
Kentucky made by something
gurgling out of a jug!
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The missionary smiled be-
nevolently on the native tribe
around him. "I will cure
them all of cannibalism," he
said, hopefully, as he retired
to his hut.
There he was shortly after-
wards joined by a native.
"The King has sent me to
dress you for dinner," said
the man.
"Ah," smiled the mission-
ary.. "How thoughtful of
him! You are the royal
valet, I suppose?"
"No," replied the native.
"I'm the royal cook I"
"What do you think of his
nerv4?" exclaimed a man who
was notoriously tricky iin
business. "He called me a
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Jack, their small son, it
necessary to take him to
ner, too.
While Jack was trying
cut the meat on his pla
slipped off on to the floor,
his mother's face flush
She was painfully en
rassed.
"Jack," she whispered tU
ly, you must apologize
Mrs. Smythe instantly.
something, for g o o d n
sake."
"I'm sorry, Mrs. Smyl
Jack said sunnily to the
ess. "It's funny, but t(
meat'll always do that!"
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Kind earth, universal mo
Poets forget you to sing
Of the sky and the stars
But I find your face lov
Red earth of Georgia, I
muck of New England,
Sand of the Gobi, dust o:
highway.


was
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ain- "SEE HOW WRONG YOU'VE BEEN"
g to In England I talked with sorte celebrated economists,
te it who we: e very gloomy. They said the fundamental trouble
, and with the world goes deeper than war debts or unemployment.
shed. It is the shortage of go!d.
ibar- Gold is the measure of all values. When the gold dollars
are few each dollar buys more wheat and copper and cotton
ense- and lator. So the price bf all these commodities goes down,.
e to ruining the producers in the process. If the shortage be-
Say comes much more acute, so these wise men argued, it will
e ss overturn all wage scales and debt settlements, and result in
economic chaos.
the," As I know nothing about economics (and, between our-
host- selves, I often wonder whether the economists know very
ough much), this scared me.
The next day I was talking with Ambassador Dwight W.
Mon ow, who was in London as one of the delegates to the
their, Naval Conference. I told him what I had heard.
Instead of replying directly, he took down from the
s; mantelpiece a copy of the autobiography of Lord Comer, and
ely. turned to a passage which read something like this:
black "When I was a young man I proposed to keep a diary,
i, but wise old uncle advised against it. Instead of recording
f the what had happened, he said, I could employ my time more
profitably by writing down on a piece of paper what I felt
sure was going to happen. Then, he said, 'Put those notes
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Womb of infinite types and away, ann a year or ilve years later get tnem out anu reau
races, them over, and see how wrong you have been. This will
Patient nurse of plant andi teach you to be cautious'."
man-- What shrewd advice that is! All of us could profit by
The waters recede and the it. I know that if I had written down my own private fore-
mountains crumble, cast at the beginning of each year and filed it away-it would
But you are exhaustless and have saved me from making a number of costly mistakes.
never aging. Also, the record would make rather encouraging read-
When his heart speaks, man ing. It would show that a considerable amount of unantici-
calls you mother; pated good luck had come into my life.
And falling at last into your And that many of the bad things which I predicted for
A s to myself and the country have never actually happened. .
He is hushed to sleep.

"Look here! That half- H
crown ye lent me yesterday O
was a counterfeit."
"Well, didn't ye say ye
wanted it bad ?" r A 1 ft
WJON snrn WAINIaMOR
Convict: "It's much more PLAINTALK
pleasant working in prison
than outside." The high cost of being sick has come to most everybody
"More pleasant? How so?" who has felt the need of the doctor's services within the past
"Because you're not always few years. This sort of "tariff" is very depressing, indeed.
being threatened with dismis- It seems to burden oppressively the victims, when they are
sal." least fitted to deal with heavy loads.
I Nevertheless, our people seem willing always to buy the
Mrs. Peebles-"How do you "pig in the poke." One notorious quack within easy radio
like that new husbandd of distance has rolled up over a million dollars in a compara-
Syoirs ?" tively short time, getting wel up toward a thousand dollars
Mrs. Bims-"Lor, love you. as his initial payment in advance, before he touches the com--
I've never seen such a man! plainant. That looks to me lke pretty fancy fees, when bur
Instead of 'is 'ead bumpin'- people complain of the high cost of being sick.
it dents." I know of advertising concerns that are in the medical
I BUSINESS, that exact two or three'hundred dollars in ad-
Johnson-"Your wife has vance, and they are usually crowded with suckers wh6 seem
reduced some, hasn't she?" to like the parting with their money.
Shumway-"Yes, she can And, I have met numerous "docks" who look wise, charge
go into a telephone booth now never less than.five dollars for an interview, and simply wik
and talk with the door shut." away from the brethren who strive for scientifcknolwlegp
l I and who are devoting midnight hours to sStdy. A wa oate
"Hello I Who it 7" said to nie, "it's got so you don't have to mkow anythifat
"Hellob sWthairt" be a famous 'doctor."
"Albert, sweetheart." I hate t6 think of it a possible fact. When I se a
"Who? I can't hear you!"
"Albert, daring A ofor ordinary masseur, without knowledge of atholog baert-
Arthlbe L for ionel, B fw rology, chemistry or matern medical, give %m-elt tho tith of
rt forLinel, B f doctor" and sally forth trete the piubd min, wad
boyrm E. or ward, getting much bigger fees a .the man w io has pi t ij tea
boys i speaking" col i*de6
for Robert, T. for Tommier' or more year in the col and unit I am it-
dlined to agre with the we as d
"Yes, but which of you ine to agre with the as o .
I i I wealth Io ot,eo a pftheN o
Platonic love is a sort The good gaysician's e.qug enit
pr0olte to the real thm* did not float into him tide;h tid w
SI I I often very much -ore. A good do r ais h w
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Mrs. H. T. Rosenthal of
Detroit, Mich., and Mrs. Jen-
nie Ehrlich of Cincinnati,
Ohio, are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Rosenthal, 2137
S. W. Thirteenth street.
*
Mrs. S. Bernstein of Bos-
ton, Mass., is spending the
winter at the victoria apart-
ments.
*
Mrs. Tilly Fermoglich,
Brooklyn, N. Y., is spending
the winter at the St. David
apartments.
*


Women are cordially invited
to attend.
*
A committee headed by
Mrs. M. D. Kirsch, assisted by
Mrs. L. Zinn, Mrs. B. Bell and
Mrs. J. Cowen, tendered a
bridge for the benefit of the
Mother's Health Work at Bur-
dine's last Tuesday afternoon.
Prizes for high score were
ar .dad to n Mrs Jessai Scher.


Lr tca .V IOA& V j aa
and Mrs. Charles Boniff.
Quite a large attendance
gathered and a tidy sum was
realized.
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Louis Freiman, Sea Gate, N. Vr. ana mrs. A. LeusoU o
Y., is visiting his wife and Hackensack, N. J., are stay-
daughter at the Fountain ing at the Ocean View Hotel,
apartments Miami Beach, spending their
apartments winter vacation here. Mr.
Lebson is a well-known com-
Recent arrivals at Roose- munal worker of Hackensack
velt apartments are B. Solo- and for the past eight years
man and W. Marx, Brooklyn, has been the president of the
N. Y., and Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Orthodox Synagogue of that
Jeffe, New York. city, know: as the Hacken-
a M N M sack Hebrew Institute, which
Mr. and Mrs. N. Mandel-supports Loth a Synagogue
baum, Brooklyn, N. Y., are and Talmud Torah. He is
spending the winter at Wind- also treasurer of the Young
sor apartments. Men's Hebrew Association in
S* the same city.
Jougles club entertained s c.
with a formal supper dance
at the Hollywood Country Mr. and Mrs. Louis Van-
club recently for members and gilder will entertain a num-
their escorts. Miss Florence ber of friends at bridge next
Alpert was chairman of the Sunday night, honoring Mr.
dance, assisted by Miss Lylian ard Mrs. A. Lebson of Hack-
Chisling. Red 'roses and ensack, N. J.
ferns centered the table, with *
tall red tapers placed on Miss Minnie Simon, a prom-
either side. Novel cards ;nent attorney of Passaic, N.
marked places for Miss Reg- J., is visiting here for a few
gie Goldstein, Miss Goldie weeks.
Miller, Miss Sylvia Miller, *
Miss Faye Sheldon, Miss Lau- The regular bi-weekly card
iette Simons, Miss Martha party sponsored for the bene-
Spiegelman, Miss Alpert, Miss fit of the Ladies' Auxiliary of
Chisiing, Lou Goldsmith, Har- the Miami Jewish Orthodox
('d Kasewitz, Harry Meyer- Congregation, will be held
off, M. Victor Miller, Dr. Riley Tuesday night, February 24,
Morris, Morton Rosenthal, Q at the vestry rooms of the
Shaeffer and Charles Wien- Synagogue. Mesdames R. Beck
stein, and Mandel will be the hos-


Mrs. Irma Cohen and
daughter, Miss Irma Jean Co-
hen, are house guests of Mrs.
Samuel Cohen of the Feni-
more apartments. Mrs. M.
Friedman of New York, is a
season arrival at the Feni-
more apartments.
M. Hyman of Chicago, and
Mrs. M. Rosenthal and Mrs.
Z. Goldstein of Patosky,
Mich., are season arrivals at
the Brompton Manor apart-
ments, Miami Beach.
*
The Senior Council of Jew-
ish Women will hold a meet-
ing of its Executive Board
next Wednesday, February
25th, at 1:15 p. m. at Kaplan
Hall, to be followed by a meet-
ing of the -membership at
2:15. All visiting members
of the Council of Jewish


tesses. Prizes will be awarded
and refreshments will be
served.
*
An important business
meeting of the Ladies' Auxil-
iary of the Ladies' Auxiliary
of the Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation, was held
at the Synagogue last Tues-
day night. At this meeting


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sented
for ha
number
dance
the or
of the
of arrai
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nounce(
man,
baum,
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tiful necklace wa; pre-, being sponsored by the Beth
to Mrs. Max Kotkin David Sisterhood at the Fleet-
ving sold the highest wood Hotel on March 9th, at
r of tickets for the 9:30 P. M. Mesdames S. J.
held sometime ago by Spector and J. Katz are gen-
rganization. Members eral chairman of the commit-
committee in charge tee arranging the affair. Ev-
ngement for the Purim ery effort is being made to
nd Civic Ball were an- make this event an outstand-
d as follows: Chair- ing social affair of the season.
Mrs. Charles Tanne- *
assisted by Mrs. Sam Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fried-
baum, and Mesdames man entertained a number of


Hariy Seitlin, G. Kotkin, Max
Kotkin, J. Louis Shochet,
Nathan Abramson, N. Pritz-
ker, S. Schwartz, N. Adelman,
S. Haas, Max Kupferstein, H.
Gottesman, H. M. Drevitch,
Wm. Mecklowitz and M. Rap-
paport.
*


At the last meeting of the
SHebrew Friendly Inn (Hach-
nosas Oichim) quite a few
members were enrolled and
Messrs. Nathan Adelman and
Sam Futterfass were elected
l.s members of the Board ,f
Directors. The meetings of
th3 Executive Boaid will be
held on Wednesday nights
instead of Tuesday at the
Beth Abraham Synagogue.
Collection plates will 'e placed
in each Synagogue of M;ami
and Miami Beach for the
Purim Festival to raise funds
to conduct the work of the
organization. At the close of
the meeting a vote of thanks
was extended the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation
for the use of the Synagogue
for the meeting.
*
Ca:-tor Boris Schlachman
delighted the members of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation last Tuesday night
with the splendid rendition of
a number of Yiddish songs,
during an intermission in the
business meeting of -the or-
ganization.
Mrs. Morris Small was ap-
pointed chairman of the Tick-
ets Committee for the hall


friends at bridge last week in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Lessler
of the Ansonia Hotel, New
York City, who spent several
weeks in Miami Beach on
their winter vacation. Among
the guests present were: Mr..
and Mrs. M. Small, Mr. and
Mrs. H. Simons, Mr. and Mrs.;
Leo Ackerman, Mr. and Mrs.


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Lichtenstotter, and the
of honor. At a late hor
freshments were served
*


A meeting of the local Bda,
Brith lodge will be held next
Monday evening, at the Ja,
lan hall when several new:
members will be initiated,
The usual business will be
transacted and the good ad
welfare of the organiatio
will be taken up. All member
are urged to attend.

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The Haddassah cabaret and
ie sponsored by the Sen-
and JunioJr Cahpters of
ami Hadassah will be held
t Sunday, February 22nd
ashington's birthday), at
eFrolics, beginning at 9 P.
In charge of arrangements
a committee consisting of
s. Sam Simonhoff, Mrs.
ey Weinkle, and M. D.
isch, S. Altschul, S. L.
entraub, A. L. Kanter and
E. Rosenthal for the Sen-
s. Miss Lena Weinkle,
irman for the Junior or-
nization, is being assisted
the Misses Hannah Mack,
e Kasanoff, Ruth Davis,
elyn Jamison and Mes-
es Jasper Cromer, J. Rot-
t and Mannie Wesson.
ets may be purchased
m any member of either
animation. Out of town
!tors are urged to attend
at will surely be one of the
est events of the season.
*
he Charter fest of the
ior B'nai B'rith or as they
Sbe known in the future,
A. Z. A., will be held at
plan Hall on Sunday eve-
g, Maich 1st, when a rep-
entative of the national or-
ization will be on hand to
ally install the body. A
sical program has been
pared to entertain the
sts in addition to the for.
addresses that will be
de. The Temple Israel Sis-
ood is in charge of the
insqements for the cater-
of the dinner.
0 *
e Third JeWish Hour on
radio last Sunday was
ked by the fact that it
an all-ladies' program.
the program were ad-
esses by Mrs. Meyer
wartz for Beth David
gregation, in the absence
iMrs. Lewis Brown, the
ident, who was sick; Mrs.
Rosendorf, president of
ple Israel Sisterhood;
Ida Buckstein, president
the Ladies' Auxiliary- of
Miami Jewish Orthodox
gregation, and Mrs. Bar-
Weinkle president of the
Jacob Aisterhood of Mi-
Beach. In the musical
Sof the program, Miss
Sharpe of Washington, D.
ang "Rachem," accompa-
at the piano by Miss
nor Clarke. Mrs, Barney
t, who sang "Eili, Eili,"
"A brivele der mamen";
SArthur Hirtenstein, who
the synagogal number,
w Much Longer Must We
er," and in a duet with
SSamuel Resnick in the
-known liturgical number
Chaim hee," accompa-
by Miss Frances Kane at
piano. Miss Frances
ckerman played a number
well-known numbers, in-
ing the well-known, "Bo01-
Concerto," of Mans Zucca.
e program was dedicated
e first conference and re-
ion of all four Jewish
men's -religious organiza-
of Miami and Miami
h, held in this section.
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at the Victoria Jospital
4e he is stewr. newennn
severe ipj.urie su'
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son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Friedman of this city, left
last Monday with the debat-
ing team of the University of
Miami, of which he is a mem-
ber, for a series of intercol-
legiate debates in the state of
Florida.
*
Among those entertaining
for .Mr. Dave Kahn of Eliz-
abeth, N. J., during the past
week, were Mr. and Mrs..
Nathan Adelman, and Mr. and
Mrs. Max Kupferstein.
0 *
Senior Chapter of Hadas-
sah will meet with the Presi-
dent, Mrs. Isidor Cohen at
her home, 1876 S. W. Tenth
street, Miami, on Monday,
February 23, for all day sew-
"ng. All Hadassah members
are requested to come and do
their bit.
On Tuesday evening, Feb-
ruary 24, at 8:30 p. m. Mrs.
M. D. Kirsch will sponsor a
delightful card party at her
home, 327 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach. The proceeds
from this affair will be for
the benefit of Infant Welfare.
Co-hostesses will be Mrs.
Zinn, Mrs. Clara Bell and
Mrs. David Cowen. This
cause being such a worthy
one all Hadassah members
whether from Miami or else-
where are asked to Join in
making this affair a huge
success. For reservations
please phone Mrs. Kirsch,
5-3816. Out of town visitors
are invited and a good time is
promisediall.
*"
The Misses Frances G.
Kane, Stella R. Dizon, Elea-
nor J. Reubens, and Robert
Lipschutz and Milton A.
Friedman are the Jewish stu-
dents at the University of
Miami who have made the
Honor Roll for the first se-
mester, having made excel-
lent grades in all their stu-
dies. Miss Kane is the young-
est student at the University
of Miami and is taking the
combined courses of teach-
er of piano and supervisor of
music, and is also enrolled in


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the Dramtics course. She will
have the leading part in "Lit-
tle Womn-" which will short-
ly be presented by the Dra-
matic class of the University
at the Civic Theatre.
0
At the regular meeting of
the Friendship League held in
the Club rooms last Wednes-
day night important business
was transacted. Plans for a
boat ride to be held soon were
discussed and will be decided
at an early meeting. Mrs.
Samuel Schwartz discussed
the work of the Ladies Aux-
iliary of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation. Re-
ports of various committees
were heard and commended.
A meeting of the Board of
Governors will be held next
Monday evening at the home
of Mrs. S. Schwartz, 3033
Grand Ave., Coconut Grove at
which all members are urged
to appear. The outstanding
social event of the season for
the organization will be the
dance planned for next Wed-
nesday evening, February 25,
from 9 to 1 o'clock, in the


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club rooms on the 17th floor
of the Congress building.
*
One of the prettiest social
events of the season was the
card party of the Loyalty
Club of the 0. E. S. held at
the home of Mrs. Harry Mar-
kowitz in Coral Gables last
Wednesday night at which
Mrs. Markowitz was the hos-
tess. Bridge was played and
prizes were won by Mrs. Etta
Wolfe, Mrs. Rose Zalis, Mrs.
Francis Moses, Mrs. Edd'e
Wolfe, Mrs. Mattie Kuper-
berg, and a consolation prize
by Mr. F. Moses. At a late
hour refreshments were ser-
ved.
*
The weekly luncheon of the
Bnai Brith was held last
Wednesday noon at the Pala-
tial Kosher Restaurant and
as the chief event of th i
meeting Mr. Richard E. Gut-
stadt of Cincnnati, Ohio,
Chairman of the National
Membership committee of the
Bnai Brith delivered a very
interesting address. More
than sixty-five members and


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meeting over which Mr. W.
L. Williams presided. Other
talks were made by MkChar-
lotte of Cleveland, Ofto, wio
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The annual welfare ball of
the Jewish Welfare Bureau
was held at the Blackstone
Hotel last Sunday night and
was attended by more than
three hundred and fifty of
Miami's residents and tour-
ists. Entertainers were con-
tributed by the various night
clubs and theaters of Miami,
Miami Beach and Hollywood
and greatly delighted the au-
dience present. Approximate-
ly a thousand dollars was
realized as the result of the
evening's affair. In charge
of the arrangements was a
committee headed by Mrs.
Stanley C. Myers.
Among the recent arrivals
in Miami Beach are Mr. and
Lra. Simon Needle of Balti-
nmore, Md.
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One of the largest and most
usiastie gatherings of
ent a was the recep-
tandered by the Sister-
Sof Temple Israel to the
Auxiliries and Sis-
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Mrs. P. Polsky and family,I Cty Wood Yard, Inc.
Mrs. S. Goldstein and family,
Mr. and Mrs. A. Babin, Mrs. I Fireplace Stove and
S. Roth and Mrs. M. Colshy, Kindling Wood
all of Brooklyn; Mr. and Mrs. 126 w. mIa ( COURT
A. Goldstein and family, Mrs. | Ph" 2422
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Sstein were the hosts at a re-
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-r-------Cong egation last Friday
Mrs. Chas. Tannenbaum is terhood priyer was offered night at the Synagogue im-
charman of the Committee of by Mrs. Louis Zeientz and all mediately after the late serv-
Se e C M ices. This was in honor of
A1rangements for the 'first joined in singing "We Meet the birthday of their son, Leo.
mask and c"vic ball sponsored Agan in Gladness," led by t r *
by the Ladies' Auxiliary of Mrs. Jacob H..Kaplan. Greet- Mrs. A. Kramer of Brook-
the Miami Jewish Orthodox ings ana a word of welcome lyn, N. Y., is the guest of her
Congregation to be held on were then given by Mrs. I. L. sister-in-law, Mrs. S. Beskind,
Sunday, March 1st, at 8:30 Rosendorf on behalf of Tem- of 1324 Avenue Sorolla, Coral
P. M. This event will be held pie Israel Ssterhood. On be- Gables.
in the Tri Club (formerly the half of Cong. Beth David (in *
City Club) at 229 N. E. First the absence of Mrs. Lewis Sunday evening the Ruth
Street and will celebrate the Biown, its president, on ac- Bryan Oratorical club hon-
feast of Purim which will oc- count of illness), Mrs. Isidor ored Arnold Volpe with a pro.
cur that week. A number ot Cohen responded briefly. A gram composed entirely of
booths typical of Purim will splendid ovation was accorded his music, the story of his
feature the decorations. Prizes Mrs. Ida Buckstein when she life, and his work with the
will be awarded for the best, arose to respond on behalf of University of Miami sym-
most original, and most comic Miami's youngest Jewish re- phony concert orchestra. As
Costume that will be worn. A ligious organization, the La- an added number, Mrs. Volpe
lumber of theatrical stars dies' Auxiliary of the Miami sang her husband's song,
lave agreed to be present Jewish Orthodox Congrega- "The Burned Letter." Mr.
luring the evening to enter- tion. Volpe accompanied her.
ain the guests. A tourists' Mrs. Buckstein expressed Mrs. Sydney Weintraub was
committee is being formed to her pleasure at being present chairman for the affair, and
lelp make the affair both a and pledged her help at all read a letter of personal greet-
ocial as well as financial suc- times both individually and ings from Rep. Ruth Bryan
ess. Tickets of admission for the organization she rep- Owen. Receiving with Mr.l
ill be only one dollar each. resented, for any work for the and Mrs. Volpe were Mrs.
G* common good of the commun- Weintraub, Mrs. Henry D.
Mrs. Sadye G. Rose enter- ity. Mrs. Carrie Miller then Williams, Mrs. Leo Acker-
ained the officers of the Em- presented the presidents of man, Miss Bertha Foster,
nah Chapter of the 0. E. S. each organization with a cor- Mrs. Bowman F. Ashe, and
t her home last Friday sage of flowers. Cantor Na- Mana Zucca. Mrs. George
ight, with a valentine bridge, than Wroobel of the Miami Wolpert presided at the tea
he home was beautifully Jewish Orthodox Congrega- hour, assisted by members of
decorated in a Valentine mo- tion, sang two numbers which the club.
f. High score prizes were were enthusiastically received. *
on by Mrs. Bert Friedman, Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan Purple and pink, colors of
iss Mary Barber and Mrs. gave an illustrated lecture on
lga Schwartz. At a late the Jewish colonies in Pales- "HURRY B
3ur a salad course was tine which was both instruc- TURRY BACK
Srved. tive and entertaining. A num-
Among those present were ber of out-of-town Sisterhood S E L L E S
rs. Ella T. Kaiser, Miss Ber- members spoke briefly during Honest, Courteous Service.
a Mendelson, Miss Jose- the afternoon. Refreshments N. W. 7th Ave, at 28th Street
line Lobazine, Mrs. Laura were then served. This is the
allis, Mrs. Ray Somberg, first of a series of confer-
rs. Lydia Griffith, Mrs. Es- ences and receptions which is AMBULANCE SERVICE
lie Steinberg, Mrs. Anne being planned to bring the W. H. Combs Co, Estab. 1896
eisman, Mrs. Olga Schwartz, Jewish women of Miami, in- CoUME W RAL1s 1 soLE
inMary Barber, Mrs. Bert Phone Miami 32101
iss Mary Barber Mrs. Bert terested in religious work, I m N. asas WAm
riedman, Miss Beatrice closer together. MIAMI BACH VUNUMAL BOM
iaff, Mrs. Sue Schachter, Phone M. B. 5-2101
rs. Matilda Kuperberg, and Rpent nrrival at tho l Im2 Wihiate Av.
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decorated the home- of'-
and Mrs. Daniel Cromer
day afternoon for the recp
tion at which they enter.
trained for Mana-Zucca (Mrs?
Irwin Cassel), distinguished
musician-composer. Receive,
ing with the hosts and honor
guest was Irwin Cassel.
Mrs. Robert L. Zoll and'
Mrs. Dale James poured, and
a group assisting included
Mrs. Ray Cassel, Miss Doris
Cromer, Mrs. Lionel Cassel,
Mrs. Arnold Volpe and Mrs.
Sydney Weintraub.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Miller
ente tained a number of
friends at a dinner party at
Bouche's Villa Venice Friday
evening complimenting Mrs.
N. Eisman and Miss Henrietta
Eisman of Chicago, guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Wer-
theimer.


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O MY WAY OF
THINKING
by ..
Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld
Brooklyn, N. Y.


)ST PEOPLE ARE BY
) MEANS STUPID
Every enlightened person
t sometime think "What
atal standard the French-
n's 'Je pense: done je suis'
uld prove. How many
uld stand the test success-
ly?" Many mentally weigh
ir friends and acquaint-
es, find them wanting, and
temptuously describe them
their hearts as Cervantes
tribes his hero Quixote,
id the Sun's heat increased
fast, and was so violent,
t it would have been uf-
ent to have melted his
ins, had he any left."
knd yet' I am inclined to
eve that this minimizing
other pepe's mental ca-
ty is nearly always unfair
unfounded. It springs
r from the arrogance of
hearts. We think so
ly of ourselves .. there
title regard left for others.
the present vogue of
f-expression" which re-
to its simplest fan i
amount to stepping n the
person's neck, If neces-
,to attain your own sel-
desire, is partially re-
sble for the confusing of
of cupidity stubbornness
f aggrandizement, with
of intellect and umder-
ding.
'ieo i contend, ate
than their neighbors
e them to be. If they
entrance requirements
e intelligentsia, they pbs-
a eartaln sagalne and
MoMMon -asense often
inr mmt the memi
of that august and self-
ed body. If speakers
are in the habit of
ang down" to their is-
freoms oftty AiStss ..0
to kftw t e more i-.
tely and appraise their
ect kaesstly .. they
d humbly tieg puim for
(the speakers') conceit.

ch Track
attracts Patrons

e Miami Beach Kennel
on South Miami Beach.
ting under the rules of
ternational Greyhouand
g association has been
g capacity crowds dur-
he past weeks. Such
as Wichita Rex, Laurel
Andy, Royal Pal and
Sky have made things
sting for fans of the


dog track. Last week several
long shots came home, one
paying $23.80 for $2.00 which
has made the patrons look
up and take notice. Evenly
matched races and the man-
ner of handling the dogs has
received the favorable com-
ments of many of those at-
tending the nightly races.
Of course, the clubhouse is
the scene of many outstand-
ing social events. Celebritip-
of the stage, of the ring and
of the social world have been
guests at the clubhouse dur-
ing the past week and have
been the added attraction to
the patrons of the sporty
course.
For those wanting fast and
... "%t, a visit to the j
ami Beach track will be well
worth while.


JEWISH NEWS
THROUGHOUT

In Italy there is no Jewish
movement similar to Liberal
or Reformed Judaism. Ital-
ian Jews are either orthodox
or do not adhere to the religi-
ous doctrines of Judaism.
*
Professor Adolfo Ottolen-
ghi, Chief Rabbi of Venice
and. author of "Spectacular
History of the Life of the
Jews of Venice," was honored
by the Italian Government
with the order of ^Commen-
aatore Della Corona D'Italla."
*
Chief Rabbi Maarsen of
Holland is waging an educae
tenal campaign against the
Word tThfon of Liberal Juda-
ism which has been formed at
The Hague bt Rabbi M. L.
Lasker. The Jews of Hol-
land are strictly orthodox and
any attempt to introdnc "re-
formed" practices in the syn-
ageges will be strenuously
opposed.
Mr. Louis Parness, a young
Jewish architect of Switzer-
land, was awarded the first
prime for his plans of a urgi-
cal clinic in Zurich,. He was
chosen out of saty artists
who took part ift the compe-
tition. This building on com-
pletion will be the second larg-
est in Switzerland.
w *
Julius Bab, famous Jewish-
German author and dramtnat
critic, has recently celebrated
his 50th bWrthday. Among
his most important works are
"The Theater Considered So-
ciologically," 'CWtticsma of the
Stage," "Faust," and his
drama, "The Blood."
*
Professor Edward Sapir of
the University of Chicago
will come to Yale University
as' professor in the depart-


BY WNEST CAMPJQ
RURAL MANHATTAN
This city has not lost all its rural
atmosphere. During 1930, permits
were issued for goats, horse-shoe-
ing, smoke houses, well water and
carting fat.
Health Commissioner Wynne,
who listed the above in his annual
report, also said that more than
13,000 persons were bitten by dogs
last year. He predicts a dogless
ment of anthropology and
languages. Prof. Sapir is
considered internationally as
one of the foremost author.
ties on anthropology. He was
born in Lauenberg, Pomera-
nia, in 1884, and came to the
United States in 1889. From
1910 to 1925 he was chief of
the division of anthropology
in the Canadian National Mu-
seum.
*
Maurice Robinson was ap-
pointed judge of the police
courts by the City Council of
Providence, R. I. Judge Rob-
inson is prominent in legal,
political and Jewish activities
of this city and has served
continuously in the general
assembly as a senator since
1927.

The B'nai B'rth Hillel
Foundation of the University
of Illinois together with Avu-
kah and the Junior Hadas-
sah has established a scholar-
ship of $250 at the Hebrew
University in Palestine.
*1 *
At the annuti meeting of
the American Academy for
Jewish Research which was
held at the Jewish Theologi.
cal Seminary, in New York,
Pref. Alexander Marx an
nounced that work had bdea
bega on two volums of the
collected edition of the works
of Moses Maimonides, ol
greatest Jewish thinker of th
Middle Ages. Prof. Marx is
chairman of the Committee
on publicity of the edition,
which was originally sugar
gested by Dr. Cyrus Aller,
President of Dropiie College,
and which it. is planned to
publish in 1985, on the 800th
anniversary of the birth of
Maimonides.


JOHN E. NORMAN, Protestant


city, and says that the dogs will be
delighted and willing to go. He
points out that no dog enjoys be-
ing shut up in an apartment all
day except when he is taken out
for an airing on a three-foot leash
with his head in a muzzle.
Dr. Wynne's prediction, unfor-
tunately coming just as the "400"
of New York's dogdom is being
groomed for a show, aroused the
ire of dog fanciers. One of the
enthusiasts declared positively that
most of the dogs here are "per-
fectly happy."
Speak for yourself, Fido.
LITTLE WHITE LIES
Little scholastic white lies are
daily being poured into guards'
ears, but few rah-rah boys get
past, they say. One youngster
claimed he was here on vacation
from Washington State college.
Skeptical doormen asked him
where it.was located.
"In Seattle, of course," the boy
answered, blushing nervously.
"Yah, yah, it's in Pullman,
Wash.," they cackled. "Throw him
out." So they threw him out.
EVEN A TALKING HEN
And then there's the poultry
show at Madison Square Garden.
The entire basement looks and
sounds like a giant poultry farm,
what with cackling, crowing,
quacking and so on.
Any city dweller who thinks that
New Yorkers sneer at edible fowl
should call at the Garden. Aside
from the barnyard varieties there
are turkeys, pheasants, peacocks
and ducks, not to mention Mehit-


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able, the. robot chicken who actual-
ly lays a wooden egg upon request
of almost anyone. Show officials
say that she is the only talking
hen in captivity. the miracle be-
ing accomplished by a phonograph
concealed inside her covering of
fine feathers.
WHAT PRICE CULTURE
Only "real scholars" will be al-
lowed in the main reference room
of the New York Public Library.
That does not include college boys,
however, so if you wear those
klassy, collegiate clothes and a big
knot in your tie, it's useless to try
to crash the gate.
,The march 9f culture has so
taxed the library's facilities that
a regulation has gone into effect
banishing college and high school
students to libraries of their own
schools.
The director -ays that 4,035,178
persons entered the library last
year, an increase of 24 per cent
over 1929. 11,864,160 volumes
were issued for home use, 5 per
cent more than in 1929.

One-half the world makes
a good living working the
other half.
!
Sense of touch consists of
knowing just whom to strike
for a loan.
!
One little thought makes us
forget a dozen things we
ought to be thankful for.


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F NOTICE Bruen Responsible
Annual event is postponed For Big Fight
Because of the uncer-
tainty of the weather, the (Continued from Page 1)
annual garden party sched- men than Bruen, who is ca-
uled for this. afternoon by pitalizing his knowledge of
Temple Israel $isterhood, both by coupling the Third
has been indefinitely past- Battle of the Palms between
poned. It is expected that Prime Camera and Jim Ma-
the event, which is an an- loney, March 5, and the
nual affair, will be held Florida Derby $10,000 added,
sometime in March. classic at Hialeah Park,
1- March, 7.
Hial h Trak 000 intake for this match. He
Sponsors Benefit has plans on foot to be a big
promoter in New York. He
w(ntnu f P ill not reveal what he has
(Continued from Page 1)but you can be
dent of the association; Jo- ai the tea in China he will
seph E. Widener, chairman of give Madison Square. Garden
the board of governors; a flock of headaches before
James H. Bright and other 1931 passes out.
officers had come to an en- During a lull in racing last
thusiastic agreement concern- year Bruen made the acquain-
ing the Charity day. tance of William F. Carey,
Plans already are under president of the New York
way to make the day a big Madison Square Garden. Ma-
one in Miami racing and so- jor Fred McLaughlin, owner
cial circles. Many special at- of the Chicago Black Hawks,
tractions will be offered, with a hockey combination, recom-
state celebrities and others mended Bruen to Carey.
ready to help make the day a Bruen was made vice-presi-
success. dent and general manager at
A special stake race, to be a salary of $25,000 a year.
called the Charity handicap, Although boxing promo-
will feature the seven-event tion was something new to
card. him he got into the saddle at
Mr. Widener, following a once and in less time than it
meeting of the board of gov- takes to tell it he secured sev-
ernors, issued the following eral attractive matches, Kid
statement: Chocolate wouldn't fight for
"Last year the association, the Garden but Bruen went
in appreciation of its kindly to work on Manager Gutier-
welcome here in Miami, ex- rez with the result that the
pressed a desire to be at all Cuban Bon Bon's services for
times mostcooperative an a a flock of matches were se-
times most cured. He also engineered
helpful in all worthy causes, the contractual obligations
and following that up we now the contractual obligations
feel there never was a time on Max Schmeling for the
when such aid was more need- Garden. He directed all the
ed for the unemployment sit- big outdoor fights at both
nation and other causes. the Yankee Stadium and Polo
action and othercauses Grounds last Summer. Upon
"We have, therefore, conclud- his retirement from the
ed it will be the wish of the House that.Tex built Bruen
horsemen to co-operate with went on his own. The first
the Miami Jockey club n big star he signed was Car-
bringing about a successful nra. Thenhe grabbed Ma-
day from which a generous loney and his first pugilistic
fund may be contributed to promotional venture had been
a committee consisting of completed
Mayor C. H. Reeder, Frank It is the quality of doing
B. Shutts, D. J. Mahoney, E.t is the quality of doing
C.Romph as treasurer, and things that determined Bruen
such other gentlemen as they to go ahead with his plans
may select to assist them, to for the March 5th pugilistic
distribute the proceo where plum because of his keen
most needed. judgment of the times and
"We also wish to state at his unbounded confidence in
this time that even though Miami. He saw a success
we hope this may be a gere.- where others saw nothing but
ous contribution, it is noting a nation-wide depression.
to what we look forward to "The public wants to for-
being in a position to make get its stock market head-
in future years." ache," was his philosophy.
This Saturday the feature "They want to see a great
event will be the Nursery fight and they want to come
Handicap No. 1, for two year down to Miami. The combin-
old colts and geldings. Anoth- ation cant loe.
er feature race will be the So he got the only 100
Fort Lauderdale Handicap proof match there was to be
which will bring out some of had in the world of boxing, a
the finest three year olds ever match which not only has .
to face the barrier in this direct bearing on the chan-
district The track manage- pionship but assures a toes-
meat is making every effort up struggle with no funny
to make the meet attractive business, rented Miami's
and interesting to the pa- mt eminent corner and
troWa opeaed up


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