The Jewish Floridian

The Jewish Floridian


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The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
February 27, 1931
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami


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

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University of Florida
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Vo1. IV.-No. IX. Miami, Florida, Friday, February 27, 1931 Price 5 Cents

Turn to Page Two for full Information and Program

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s that are expected to .
e rolling in as a result of Zio sts Will Hold Purim Ball Is
elaborate program being Meet g E t o n
anged to make that day Beach Meetig Event of Sunday
first of an annual series.
he $20, representing the Long known as the most The only Purim Ball of the
t actual money-in-hand- fearless exponent of Zionism, season will be held Sunday
d this -date trancastion, and for the past fifty years night, March 1, at the City
e when Frank Baccocia, recognized as the fiery orator Club, 229 N. E. First street,
Petersburg, veteran turf- of Judaism both in this Coun- when the first Civic and Mask
n, came into the Hialeah try and abroad, Rev. Z. H. Ball sponsored by the Ladies'
ing association office yes- Masliansky, who is a winter Auxiliary of the Miami Jew-
y afternoon and handed guest in Miami Beach, will be ish Orthodox Congregation
anknote to Mrs. Frank J. the chief speaker at a Zionist will entertain a large number
en with the explanation rally which will be held at the of tourists and residents of
is going back to the West Beth Jacob Congregation Mi- this district. Prizes will be
ast and doesn't want to be ami Beach, Sunday, March 8, given for the most original,
t off the donation list. at 8 p. m. A number of other as well as the most grotesque
His prompt performance internationally known speak- costumes. In observance of
at under the wire the check ers will deliver brief talks and Purim a numoer of booths
S$1,000 which Joseph E. a musical program will be will'be decorated to carry out
idener mentioned he would: presented. Persian effects of the period
re at a session a few min-. Rev. Masliansky was an ad- of Queen Esther.
is earlier, which was at- locate of Zionism even before A number of the night club
ided by South Florida so- the days of the late Dr. Herzl celebrities have agreed to ap-
ty leaders co-operating in and his influence on the mas- pear for several numbers to
i affair. Inasmuch as the ses of Jewry in this County amuse the crowd and will en-
incipal figure behind Hia- and in Europe has been rec- deavor with the help of the
h Park did not stop to fill koned greater than that of committee of arrangements to
t. the check immediately, any man of his time. "He re- make the evening the pro-
'.sacoca won the he -wh r tly-eelHfj i;w-rmfw m varbia'k y PW7- a! vmaffir
heading the list. anniversary of his debut on Mrs. Chas. Tannenabum,
So those two donations to- j the platform. general chairman, is bing as-
ed $1,020 and Mr. Widener This will be the first meet- sisted by Mrs. Sam Tannen-
d the women the Miami ing held under the leadership baum and a committee of the
cing association would see of the new president of the organization.
at the affair would not fail local Zionist district, Mr.
net $10,000-meaning that iHarry Simonhoff. Beach Synagogue
e project is underwritten to
is amount and cannot fail to Chooses Officers
ean something substantial Dade County Fair
the worthy poor. Is Elaborate Event At the annual election of
However, Mrs. Barclay H. officers held at the Syna-
arburton, general chairman i officers held at the Syna-
the women's committees Deviating from the age old gogue last Sunday night, Con.
d Mrs. Bruen, her vice custom of presenting a series gregation Beth Jacoe of M-
airman, feel they can dou- of circus acts as an entertain- ami Beach elected the well-
Sthis amount and two ses- ment feature for visitors to kwn attorney and ommun-
ns yesterday amplified agricultural fairs, officials of al leader, Harry I. Lipton, as
ms for next Tuesday that the Dade County Fair hav ts president forthe coming
erlook no chance for reve- announced the engagement of year. Mr. Lipton was for
erlook no chance for reve- announced greatest outdoor several years president of the
e. Mrs. J. Arthur Pancoast America's greatest outdoor eater Miami Zionist Dis-
11 organize her Junior musical extravaganza, The trict is a aduate of Harvard
,guers to handle the pro- Fiesta of 1931," featuring the trict, is a graduate of Harvard
am detail and 110,000 pro- Pavley-Oukrainsky ballet, for Uiversity, and is now the at-
ams have been set as the l presentation each night of the torey o he City Bank of
ail price of a program is The cast of 65 talented art- cetly helped reorganize.
cents, but who will attempt ists is being brought direct to Me Harry Wasserman was
set any limit when con- Miami from Chicago, togeth- elet asuresident: J. ap-Mintzer.
er with two carloads of scen- lan, treasurer; I. L Mintzer
(Continued on Page 6) ery and lighting effects. A one of the Synagogue's found-
stage more than 200 feet in ers and most active workers,
eth JaCob Syna1 length will be required for was chosen secretary, and the
the pExecutive Board: Jacob
th J ss Bn the spectacle. The huge pro- following were elected on the
) Elects Rabbi duction will be presented in Eecu tve Bard:
the Dade County Far's am- Becker, the retiring president,
.--- I'the Dade County Fair's was chose chairman, and K.
Rabbi Alexander Axelroad phi-theater, which seats ws chosen chairman, and f
Steiner and A. Rabuchin of
Atlanta, Ga., has just beeq more than 50,000 people. Chicago, A. Paley of New
led to the position as Rabbi Artists participating in- York City, A. Cohen of Miami
Beth Jacob Congregation, clude Dora Hilton Miller, pri- Beach, Lazarus Abrams and
ami Beach, for a three- ma donna, featured artist M. B. Herman of Miami
nth period. Rabbi Axel- with WGN radio of Chicago; Beach.
4d spoke here several times Julia Compton, premier dan-
ring the past few months seuseeand Bobby Broilier, in- be fired bodily from the
I will-deliver his first ser- ternat-orially known master mouth of a monster eight-ton
n at .th: Beth Jacob late of ceremonies and crooner of cannon, completely across the
vices touigfit at 8:15 p. m. Scoth dialectician numbers huge amphitheater into a net.
labbti Akoad has been The Royal Scotch Highlander This feat is considered the
ec4 wWa te Hebrew Bat,' under the er al dimost sensational per
I itt a ~Ga., for reci of Roy D. ttyth,D will known irn theshowwu d
fair officials lielaipee that

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Sesday Is
Charity Day
At Race Track

)harity day at Hialeah
rk next Tuesday is certain
mean $11,000 to the under-
vileged children and unem-
yed adults of the Miami
trct, regardless of the dol-

few other upsets to be found
on the record of Jimmy Ma-
His knack of always doin.
the unexpected has won him
a large following among fis-
tic fans throughout the coun-
try. In Boston, where Ma-
loney earned more than $350,-
000 in purses and established
a record of 56 victories out of
60 fights, they say that Ma-
loney is the greatest enigma
the ring has ever witnessed.
So when Jimmy Maloney
predicts: that he will again
score an easy victory over the
towering Camera, Boston fans
reply that if he says so such
an occurrence is ver apt to
result. They know Maloney
do Boston fan. They hae
viewed'him t .action eno
tim r to walns that Ie pu o a s

in a rodeo here. The cowboys
were all set to head for the West,
but the show offer was so lucrative
that they decided to stay. Only
they're afraid that the folks back
home will hear about it.
One of them has traveled from
Texas to Oklahoma in an oxeart.
He has also ridden in an airplane.
He still prefers the oxcart. An-
other can throw six head of catt "
in 62 seconds and is an expert at
"breaking" wild horses. .
He says that NewYork is tough-
er than a wildc bos. i
.ior ,uportern e
bax~cfsl'|:'tdrop pp stored

.umnu,,.uuuumwnamu 111,,,,.,uu,,u.,,,,,,,,J Calm As the Night Life
i iM 111111111 11111111111111111111111 Green grass will be growing on
Broadway if the threat of the po-
lice department to toll the 1 a. m.
1k M curfew on all night clubs goe
Miami Is Scene into effect. all night
That is the woeful prediction of
f Big Fight he proprietors, who say thar n.gnt
life, flickering feebly enough as
it is, will be completely extia-
Jimmy Maloney is the up- guished. They say it will banish
set lad of boxing. And he every night club from the street
oes to otie i they made famous.
hopes to continue his upset- The threatened early closing is
ting ways when he meets the the result of the recent shooting in
Atlas of the Alps, Primo Car- one of the clubs. Police believe
nera, at the Madison Square that it was a flare-up of a gang
Garden stadium here on feud, and hope to break up sims-
ter trysts of members of the un-
March 5 in a return engage- derworld by prohibiting operation
ment. in the wee, sma' hours.
The Boston Irishman cre- Up in the Air
ated one of boxing's biggest The great concentration of activ-
upsets of the past year by his ity in New York is grahpically
cleancut victory over Camera brought out when one compares
this city with others. In Detroit,
in a Boston ring. The man- for example, factories cover acres
ner of his triumph over the and acres of ground.
formidable man mountain of Here they are built one on top of
Italy, earned him the oppor- the other. Rent far round floor
space being piobibtitv* high, it
tunity to again face the big is a common th t a factor
fellow when Frank J. Bruen employing ht~ureds of men gpe-
went about arranging for his sting on.the 89th floor of a-'twer-
impending show, his first pro- ing skyscraper. Whatever their
motional venture, incidental- salaries may be, employees cannot
motional venture, incidental- complain that thy are not h'gh u
complain that they are not high uj
ly. in the world.
A duplication of his win- Ups and Downs
ning feat over Camera will The latest design to save building
mA-. Jimmy. Mal ney thw. space is the perfection of a type
cc:o his fistic career of dual 'elevatr -with --twowear-
cance of his fistic care operating in the same shaft
Joe Jacobs, manager of Max The upper car of the two is the
Schmeling, has promised Ma- express car. It starts from street
loney a match with Der Maxie level and runs without stops to the
if the latter defeats Stribling 1lth floor, serving all floors from
thelaterdefatsgain ablet that point to the top. It is auto-
and if Jimmy is again able to matically restricted from running
win over Camera. downward while the lower car is
It will be nothing new for running upward.
M ,loney to startle the fistic As soon as the express car is out
world by gaining the chance of the way, the lower, or local car,
at the heavyweight title. which has been waiting at the base-
He whipped A-rthur DeKuh ment level, rises to the street level
*He whipped Arthur ieauh and serves the 10 lower floors.
in 1926 when the Italian was The operation of both cars is so
regarded in the light of a po- timed that both reach their upper
tential champion It was the limits about the same time. The
fight which really established ;only great open spaces left on this
crowded island are skyward, and
Maloney as one of the world's already we have to double up to
foremost heavyweights. Ma- reach those. Yes, things are look-
loney scored a sensational ing up, all right.
two-round knockout. Wild West
Eight real cowboys, two-fisted,
The following year saw hard-riding guys from the West,
Maloney creating another big are appearing in a newly opened
upset when he defeated Jack play.
Delaney. And his defeats of The producers wanted them real-
Hrr Prssn Charleistic, so they turned down profes-
Harry Persson, Charley Wei- sional actors and engaged these
nert and Camera are just a men who a short time ago annearod





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1545 S. W. 3rd Street
The usual early services
will begin at 5:30 p. m. with
the late services beginning
at 8:15 p. m. Rabbi Isaac M.
Wapner preaching a sermon
on "The Power of Unity." In
his sermon he will discuss the
effect upon the Jewish people
of the examples set them by
Esthr and Mordecai as a uni-
fying oawie; and the tendency
of trouble bringing the peo-
iTe 'tdkether to face the com-
mon enemy in unity. The
services will be chanted by
Cantor Nathan Wroobel of
the Congregation who will
also sing several solos. Sat-
urday morning services will
begin at 8:30 a. m. and the
aftqerroon services will begin
at 5:30 p. m. and will be fol-
lowed by the customary "Sha-
losh Saudah" services.
A speaker will discuss the
work of the Council of Jewish
Women following the Rabbi's
sermon in observance of Coun-
cil 'Sabbath throughout the
country. The usual social hour
will follow. Monday evening
the Congregation will convene
at 7 p. m. for the reading of
the Megillah in observance of
Purim; and Tuesday morning
the Megillah will be read at 8
a. m. All are invited to at-
137 N. E. 19th Street
Friday evening services at
8:15 p. m.
Dr. Gustav N. Hausman
will occupy the pulpit and will
speak on Ludwig Lewisohns
latest book, "The Last .Dayv.
of Shylock."
Sunday morning services
at 11 a. m.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will
speak on the subject, "Why
Synagogues and Temples
Are Cold."
Sunday, March 8, masked
ball for Religious School Chil-
dren from 3 to 6, box lunch
at 6 p. m. 75c. Entertainment
all evening.
139 N. W. Third Avenue
At thR 8 o'clock service to-
night Rabbi Machtei will
speak on "Purim" and will
compare the Hamanism of
ancient Persia with the anti-
Semitism of the present day.
The causes of and remedies
for the discrimination against
the Jew will be discussed. Mr.
Louis Hayman, cantor of the
congregation, will chant the
ritual A social hour will fol-
low and everyone is welcome.
Sabbath services tomorrow
morning will begin at 8:30
and the Yiddish sermon will
be-preached at 10 o'clock.
Duritg, the Sunday School

program on Sunday morning
a Parim entertainment will
be resented by and for the
iof the religious school.
-l Purim program for the
As4%-be presented Tues-
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ty at th Talrfid Torah;
The Megillah will be r
Monday evening at 7 i
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o'clock service.
Daily services are held at-
I a m. and at sundown.

311 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
The usual early services
will begin at 5:30 with the
late services at 8 p. m. when
Harry I. Lipton, the recently
elected president of the Syna-
gogue, will present Rabbi
IAxelroad, the new Rabbi of
the Congregation, to the wor-
shippers. R a b bi Axelroad
Iwal preach his inaugural ser-
mon Friday night. The serv-
ices will be chanted by Mr. B.
Silverman who will also lead
the congregational singing.
The usual Saturday morning
services will begin at 9 a. m.
Monday evening the Megillah
will be read in observance of
Purim at 7:80 and at 8 a. m.
on Tuesday morning.


The residence of Mrs. M.
D. Kirsch at Miami Beach ac-
commodated about 50 tables
of bridge Tuesday evening,
February 24, for the benefit
of Infants Welfare of Miami
Chapter of Hadassah.
The hostesses, Mrs. Zinn,
Mrs. C. Bell, Mrs. D. Cowen
and Mrs. M. D. Kirsch are re-
ceiving congratulations on
the event.
Mrs. Bert Heyman prepar-
ed& and served the midnight
dinner. High Score prizes
were awarded to Mrs. J. Foss,
Mrs. J. Klein, Mrs. B. Becker,
Mrs. M. Rubin, Mrs. L. Sap-
ero, Mrs. B. Small, Mrs. L.
Harris, Mrs. M. Rauzin and
dooor prizes were won by
Mrs. S. Gross and Mrs. M.
A handsome bag donated
to the Chapter was won by
Mrs. M. D. Kirsch who gave

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S it to Mrs. Zinn as a reward Aimong te prN0o
for her untiring work in mak-I rival oiin Miami Boa
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A very interesting and im-
portant meeting of the Exe-
ciitive Board of the Friend-
ship Leagie was held "lAt
Sunday night at the home of
Mrs. S. Schwartz in Coconut
Grove when the work of the
League was discussed. Dan-
cing and refreshments follow-
ed the business session.
At the social event last
Wednesday night the infor-
mal dance and entertainment
was greatly enjoyed by the
large number of members and
-visitors attending. Miss Jean-
ette Scott entertained with a
specialty tap. dance and Mr.
Joseph Mandel sang a popular
The next meeting of the
organization will be held next
Wednesday, March 4, at 8:80
p. m. and dancing from 10 to
12 will follow the business
session. All members are
urged to be on hand prompt-

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Joseph H. Perskie, city
tor of the same city.
skie is'aivery active ,os
J ewisncommiun l a
New Jersey in the Orthi
ranks of Atlantic City ;
party ,s here for a 'eat
few days and will remain h
until Sunday morning at I
Fleetwood Hotel.
Mrs. L A. Shapiro of N
York is a guest at the Co
nado apartments.
*. *
Mrs. E. Golinkin and
and Mrs. Aaron Halperine
Oak Park, Ill., and Mrs .
Ede and Mrs. H. S. Norton
Gary, Ind., are staying at t
Linden apartments
Jacob Levine of Brookl
N. Y., is visiting his fan
at the Windsor apartme
Mr. and Mrs. M. Crumina
of Brooklyn are among of
guests there.



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iami, Florida Phone 2-1183
414 Eighth Street
Mrs. M. Schrebnik, Represntatlv
Entered as second class matter,
ly 4th, 1980, at the Post Office
Miami, Florida, under the act
March 8, 1879.
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A beautiful banquet, a well-
ressed audience, heads and
abbis of Congregations at
he festive board, all present
o commemorate in the tra-
itional Jewish manner a
oubly significant event: the
ahrzeit of "Moshe Rabay-
u," and the passing of an-
ther year in the history of
hat should be considered an
important factor in the insti-
utional life of Greater Mi-
mi, the Chesed Shel Emes.
We do not care to refer at
his time to the significant
absence f r o m the festive
board of the president of the
hesed Shel Emes, of its sec-
nd vice president, of its fi-
ancial secretary or even the
absence of a number of its di-
But what we do object to,
and that rather strenuously:
is the utterance at the festive
board in the presence of a
large number of people, of
language, which to say the
least was very indiscreet, by
one who claims to be a leader
in the organization.
We should like that gentle-
man to refer back to the
words of the great Psalmist:
"Elohay, ntzor lashoni may-
ro, ushfosay medabayr mir-
moh," "0 Lord, guard my
tongue from evil, and my lips
from uttering deceit." If the
honorable gentleman were fo'
even a moment to reflect up-
on these wo'ds of the great
palmist, which as a true Syn-
agogue Jew and Synagogue
Director, he is supposed to
know, perhaps he would have
And to him or them who
were the objects of this indis-
creet demonstration, may we
be permitted to continue in
the words of the psalm, "V'
Limkallaly nafshi sidom". "and
be thou silent, O my soul, to
those who curse me."
For those who participate
in "Chesed Shel Emes," lit-
erally the Grace of truth,"
that truth should rightfully
be one of the4% paramount

Why does the man who is
always taikng of itself dis-
like to hetr other talk of
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Steps toward the correc-
tion of a foul injustice are
made in an Ontario town
where a barber reduced the
price of a haircut to 10 cents,
in case the customer has lit-
tle hair.
The charging of a flat rate
for haircuts is in direct con-
travention of the rights of
man. When a fellow wears a
mere fringe that can be re-
moved by two snips of the
scissors and has to pay as
much as another whose afflu-
ent head resembles a kitchen
mop, it is enough to make his
blood boil-unless his blood
is as scanty as his hair. It is
like taxation without repre-
sentation. It is grinding the
faces of the poor to support
the rich.
We hold these truths to be
self evident: That all men are
born free and equal; but that
in the matter of their hair
equality all too soon disap-
pears. This barber at last rec-
ognizes the fact and makes
concessions to the unfortun-
ate, so one more ancient tyr-
rany is in the way of being
overthrown. Onward and up-
ward, say we
Long may our hair wave;
but if not, then may the price
of cutting it be appropriately
In the interests of science,
54 men at a physiological in-
stitute at Dortmund, Ger-
many, have volunteered to
drink 14 bottles of beer each,
per day, over an extended
period. Ah, the lure of science!
I'd like to be a scientist
And with the scientists
The light of knowledge in my
A beer stein in my hand!
If only the banks would
use safety paper for notes as
well as checks.
"So you gave your wife a
cook book."
"Yes, but she only uses it
to hold the grocery bill."

Mr. Greene-Are you an
alienist ?
Dr. Graye-Matter That's
my profession, sir.
Mr. Greene-Well, I wanted
to know if you'll come and
fix our cuckoo clock.
Mrs. Gaber-What? A lit-
tle shrimp like you a lion
tamer and trainer?
Trainer (midget)-My size
is the secret of my success.
The lions are waiting for me
to krow a little bigger.
I I !
Rubb It's all right to
claim we still got prosperity,
but the drug store business
looks awful, I tell you, on the
face of things.
Itinn-Yeah, that's where
it looks the worst.
A certain amount of igno-
rance is necessary to, the en-
joyment of'our existence.
Mr. Asker-flow much for'
travelers inii fr-omti l
York to fSat .? I
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A song, a burst of laughter,
just a smile
Can change the day and make
things seem worth while
Somehow, just like a quick-
ly opened door
That brings a glimpse of
lovely things once more.
And you who. thought life
desolate and drear
Were just heart hungry for a
word of cheer.
We have been told time and
again that the spread of ci-
garet smoking among men
was caused by the dreadful
life in the trenches. But more
cigarets are smoked by wo:
men today, says a trade item,
than were snpCed by both
men and women before the
war. This condition wiai
brought a&out by the dread
Mfl lifi ait *..e tm.ches o0
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Bonnie little Broadway lass,
Little girl with cheek of MARTYRS
Out to gather in a male It was once my privilege to witness the establishment
Who will be your dinner-pail, of a new religion.
Who'll supply your silken The founder was John Alexander Dowie, who first ap-
hose peared in the Chicago newspapers as an obscure exhorter
And your scanty under- with a talent for strong language. Though he went through
clothes, the city and suburbs holding outdoor meetings, he attracted
Limousines, and coats of comparatively little attention until one night a hoodlum hit
sable, him in the eye with a rotten egg.
Diamonds, cash, and all At once he assumed a new character and importance. In-
you're able stead of being merely a sensational denouncer, he became
To lay hands on-does the an incipient martyr-a prophet persecuted for his faith.
thought Converts flocked to his banner, money poured in, he founded
Ever strike you that you his own city, and finally proclaimed himself the reincarna-
ought tion of Elijah.
To give up this life of sin He had undoubted talent, but it was the stupidity of his
And become a worker in opponents which persecuted him into success.
Something worthy and cureThe fiery old doctor, with his picturesque white whisk-
Possibly a manicure. ers, has long since passed across the river, but I think about
Cook or clerk, or rvin him whenever the newspapers begin to talk about the danger
maid, of "Red Riots" and the police break up a harmless mass
Work that's pure, if not well meeting with their clubs.
paid, England, older and wiser than we in many respects,
Such as teaching in a school? manages these things much better. She knows that an
If it does, you're just a fool! agitator is harmless unless you try to suppress him. Only
!t then does he become a menace. She sets aside one end of
"Grandmother," tittered Hyde Park for the exclusive use of the agitators. There,
sweet, pretty Attabelle Sloo- every afternoon, and especially on Sundays, they meet and
kins, as she presented her boy shoot off their faces against the government, the church and
friend to her mother's moth- whatever else they dislike.
er, "this is my friend, Mr. One of the wisest things President Hoover has done was
Gigglefuss." to release the foolish young men and women who were ar-
"I'm sorry," said Atta- rested for picketing the White House. He said that he did
belle's grandmother, "but I not propose to let any silly folks achieve "cheap martyrdo
didn't quite catch the name." at the government's expense.
"My friend, Mr. Giggle- A wise man of an earlier day was a Pharisee named
fuss!" cried Attabelle. Gamaliel. When the first persecution of the Christians
"Heh? I'm sorry," said her began he protested.
grandmother, "but I didn't "Refrain from these men and let them alone,
catch the name." for if this counsel or this work be of men, it will
"Gigglefuss!" screamed come to naught. But if it be of God, ye cannot
Attabelle somewhat loudly, overthrow it, lest haply ye be found even to fight
but still prettily. against God."
"It's no use," said the old It the Pharisees had taken his advice the new and
lady, shaking her head. "It struggling little sect might conceivably have passed out in
sounds just like 'Gigglefuss' obscurity. ,But they went on with their persecutions and
to me. "the blood of the martyrs became the seed of the church."
How burdensome and cheer-
less are the days H F!IL
That bring no fragment of
a happy song
Nor laughter on the morn- [ 1Ii O^ ^T O f
ing breeze. Along
Their chain of dull and stu- t
pid hours, no rays y U 7 t t
Of sunshnie penetrate. A IJO N PH GAINE.
darksome maze I
Envelopes earth and every- CHANGING DOCTORS
thing seems wrong,
Until some friend with It has been said that it's a bad practice to swap horses
buoyant heart and strong in the middle of the stream. I think this applies quite as
Speaks words of.kindly solace well to the abrupt changing of physicians in the middle of a.
or of praise. protracted disease.

In the very nature of some complaints, they advance
very slowly, taking sometimes months and years to produce
complete disability. Diseases that come slowly are, as a rule,
overcome lowly. A disorder that has been on hand .twq. or
three years cannot be cleaned up in as many weeks. Par-
ticularly is this true in diseases of the heart, lungs, and d-i
neys. To shift physicians impatintly every two weeks, in
the effort to secure quick relief is to invite disaster; .it- t
in some cases of very serious disease, several months of titi -
mate relation and study on the part of the phTyscian, -tode
the patient ashore safely. This cannot be dpne by shifting
tactics on the part of the invalid. It is his business to start.
right and stay right; his life may depend upon it.
Years ago, a wealthy man offered me $1000 to clear .
one-fourth of one per cent of albumin from his ,
accepted his bantering proposition. "What shll
he asked; "go to bed fo four weeks. I et.
possi$ly do it; you see, rve got some busiess-" Of
he had. All men have affairs.
He went to a "magnetic healer," who cured by
on of the hands. $250 wasted. Another shift to a"p
no better luck; then to a,1i ; !by thie.time
coming. A month with a aa
out." It didn't ubot l'..
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S* I I Y merits will be served. Mrs. S.
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Sof arrangements.
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-on of Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
The Installation Banquet quet there will be dancing. A Friedman, returned to the city
for the A. Z. A. local Junior full account will appear in our as a member of the victorious
Bnai Brith organization to next week's issue. Miami University Freshmen
celebrate the granting of the Debating team which won the
debates a g a il n s t Rollins,
charter to the local organiza- The fourth Jewish Radio Southern and St. Petersburg
tion by national headquarters, Hour, and the final one for I colleges.
will be held at Kaplan Hall the month of. February, was* *
on Sunday evening, March 8. replete with interesting ad- The Junior Council of Jew-
Dinner will be served, promi- dresses and splendid music, ish Women is sponsoring a
nent entertainters will appear Abe Aronwitz, well-known at- benefit bridge at the Robert
and dancing will follow. The torney, spoke on the work of Clay Hotel the evening of
charge will be $1.00 per plate the Young Men's Club of Mi- Thursday, March 5, beginning
and dinner wll be served by ami; Mr. Armand Wyle, ex- at 8 p. m. Acting as the host-
the Sisterhood of Temple ecutive vice president of the esses for the evening are the
rl and will begin at Hebrew Orphans' Home of Misses Ruth Schwartz, Ruth
o'clock. Atlanta, spoke on the work Manis, Sara Kahn, Florence
Final arrangements have of his organization, anld he Merlin and Bernice Loeb.
een made fr te ane n was followed by Mr. Louis, Prizes will be given for high
been made for the dance spon- Heiman, well-known attorney score and refreshments will
scored by the Beth David Sis- and secretary of the Hebrew be served.
terhood for Monday evening, Friendly Inn (*achnosas Or-
March 9, attheFlee o1d Friendly Inn (Hachnosas Or-
March 9, at the Fleetwood chim), who spoke oi the work Mr. and Mrs. Louis Brown
Hotel, Miami Beach. e- of his organization. Vocal of New York City are spend-
ames S. J pector an J. solos by Miss Frances Kane ing their honeymoon at the
Katz are general chairmen of who was accompanied on the Alamac Hotel and will leave
the affair and every effort this piano by her mother, Mrs. B. shortly for Cuba before re-
being made to makn e this Kane; solos by Mrs. Samuel turning home. They will be
event an outstanding one in Resnick, accompanied by Mrs. entertained by their cousin,
local social history. Bertram Raff; a solo by Mrs. Mrs. I. L. Mintzer at bridge
In charge of the Purim en-Raff, who accompanied he- next Sunday.
In charge of the Purim en- self, were features of the pro- *
tertainment and box supper
for next Sunday night planned gram. Cantor Nathan Wroo- Temple Israel Sisterhood is
by the Temple Israel Sister- bel of the Miami Jewish Or- sponsoring a children's Purim
hood, are the following ladies: tho d ox Congregation, and masquerade for the children
Mesdames Mendel Cromer, Cantor Boris Schlachman, a of its Sunday school next
Jacob H. Kaplan, Bert Reis- visitor to the city, were ex- Sunday, March 1, at 4:30 p.
ner, H. I. Homa Gordon Davis, cellent in their rendition of m., at Kaplan Hall. Prizes
I. L. Seligman, Jack Bern- synagogal music and Jewish
stein and Frank Perlman. melodies. The Jewish Florid-
.e ad a. ian is thankful for the mes- Philbrick
A meeting of the Executive sages of support and appre- l rick
Board of the Temple Israel ciation received for the Feb- Director of Funerals
Sisterhood will be held next ruary program, and expresses
onday, March 2, at Kaplan its thanks to all those who serving Greater Miami
Hall at 1:30 p. m., with a helped make this program a
^ success.

IImeetiL U th LU mem n ershiip
of the Sisterhood following
promptly at 2:15 o'clock when
all members are urged to be
on hand.
As we are gong to press,
the Emunah chapter of the
O. E. S. is entertaining the
worthy grand matron of Flor-
ida at a banquet and dance
which is being held at the
City Club. Mrs. Sadye G.
Rose, chairman of the cim-
mittee, will recite the invoca-
tion and will be followed by
a vocal solo by Cantor Nathan
Wroobel of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregaton. Mr.
Wallis in the absence of Jos.
M. Fine, worthy patron, will
act as toastmaster for the
evening. Following the ban-

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will be given to the children tion; mr. tNi Weinm
and refreshments will be cipal of, tha iunday
s.ieved. In the evening Iat and Rabbi a Ia M. W,
6:30 in order to continue the the Congregation, wil

Purim celebration the Sister-
hood will entertain at a box
supper for which seventy-five
cents will be charged. This
will be followed by bridge and
other card games. Those not
desiring to purchase the box
supper are cordially invited to
attend as there will be no ad-
mission or other fee charged
for the evenings entertain-
Next Sunday morning the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation will entertain the chil-
dren of its Sunday school at
a purim party when gifts will
be presented to each child on
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the high scores at each table. te
The raffle of a beautiful co
lamp was won by Mrs. Davis, th
a tourist. Hostesses for the A
evening were Mesdames Man- is
del, R. Beck, and Mildred al
of the most brilliant ty, relatives and immediate Futterfass. At a late hour W
events of the season friends. refreshments were served. S
e surprise dinner party The bride is a popular mem- p]
to Mr. and Mrs, A. J. ber of the younger set and A regular meeting of the se
uchtag of 1728 S. W. has been extensively enter- Junior Council of Jewish of
terrace, in honor of their trained since the announce- Women will be held at the w
g anniversary, by Mr. ment of her engagement. home of Miss Ethel Harris, th
rs. Jesse Newman of Mr.. Finnieston is the owner 1028 S. W. Third street, next A
ork City at the Span- of the Modern Orthopedic Tuesday evening, March 8, at M
rdein n tfie Hotel Alca- Co. of New Yoik City, where 8 p. m. L
oof, Sunday evening, they will live. A
euchtag is one of the Immediately after the re- The Junior Council of Jew- ra
ost architects of New caption Mr. and Mrs. Finnie ish Women tendered a sur- M
City. Mr. Chester Al- ston left on their wedding trip prise stork shower, honoring L
er, the Master of Cere- for New York City. its president, Mrs. Aaron ki
Sat the Spanish Gar- Out-of-town guests includ- Farr, at the home of Mrs. er
and a lifelong friend of ed Miss Ethel Goldberg, Mrs. Farr's mother, Mrs. A. Wal-
)nd Mrs. Leuchtag, ar- Robert Goldberg. Sol Gold- lerstein, last Tuesday night.
d many special features berg, all of Gastonia, N. C.; A large number of Junior of
por of the occasion. Mr. Mrs. Harold Bender, Warren, Council members attended bi
Kopelowitz of Coral Ohio; Mrs. Leo Rosenberg and enjoyed the games that da
) delivered a monologue and daughter, Judith, Chica. were played. At a late hour th
as appreciably received. Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. refreshments were served. Jo
ong those present were Rosenfeld Toledo, Ohio; Mrs. Many beautiful gifts were iz
hd Mrs. A. J. H. Leuch- Sophie a r r e n and son, presented to the guest of pi
Lheir son. Sidney; Mrs. Joseph, of Pittsburgh, Pa., honor. er
Leuchtag and Mr. H. D. and Miami, and Mrs. Law- o
itag, mother and broth- rence Polster of Columbus, At the regular meeting of d
Mr. Leuchtag; Mrs. T. Ohio. the Senior Council of Jewish M
s, mother of Mrs. Leuch- IWomen held last Wednesday gl
r. and Mrs. Jesse New- r. a lat Kaplan Hall, Mrs. Lewis -
and son Seymour; Mr. and Mrs. P. Applebau Brown led in prayer. An- N
a son, Seymour; Mr. celebrated their crystal an,- nounceient was made of a
rs. Benj. L. Davis, Mr. es hursay nn nouncement was made of a
Irs. M. J. Koplowitz and versary Thursday evening at card party that will be spon-
r; Mr. and Mrs. Martin their home, 1721 S. W. 11th scored by the Council Wednes- I
Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Terrace. Refreshments were day night, March 18, at a
Mr. and Mrs. H. Ben served from a lace-covered place to be announced shortly
Mr. and Mrs. I. Bergs, table centered with pink roses. in these columns. In charge
md Mrs. M. S. Rubin, Miss Thelma Applebaum as- of the affair will be a com-
nd Mrs P. Schemberg, sited in entertaining. Tele- mittee headed by Mesdames
nd Mrs. Richter, Mr r ams of congratulations Harry Oliphant and Morris
drs. S Aronovitz, Mr were r ved r^ Dubler. Council Sabbath night
rs. S. Stei tzerger, Mr. town friends. Guests includ- ill be observed at all the
Lrs. L. Stueierger, Mr. P. d Mr.. and Mrs., F. en, Synagogues in this district on
Ean. Mr. Nat MDavi Mrs. L Engle Ms. -C Fro- Friday night in accordance
an, Mr. fat Davis, l eind o.New k ork, Mr. and with the annual custom. A
-h 41.E. Fan1 dominating committee was 'ap- j1
len Kippel, Mrs. Bessie w. pointed to recommend the
t, Mrs. Flattan and" Mr. names of officers for the en-
rs. Max Psaty. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schon- suing term. On this commit-
.. *- field have as their guests, their tee Mrs. Morris Dubler chair-
.M the daughter, Mrs. George J. man, will be assisted by Mes-
iit markedte mar- Gerson, who is spending six dames Isidor Coheh, B. Simon, 8
of Miss Adalyn Ross, weeks with them. M. Cromer and Benj.- Hirsh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs.. field. Reports of chairmen
dss, and Arthur Finnie- An important business of. the various committees
son of Rev. and Mrs. M. meeting of the Loyalty Club, were given. Among the out-
innieston of New York auxiliary of the Emunah of-town visitors were Mrs. A.
whici took place last Chapter O. E. S. will be held Tolman of Detroit; Mrs. Benj.
eQday evening m the next Wednesday evening, Lewis of Mt. Vernon, N. Y.;
Jlub. Dr. Jacob H. Kap- March 3rd. at 8 p. m. at the Mrs. A. Griswold of Norfolk,
performed the ceremony. home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Va. A social hour in charge
ceding the entrance of Wolfe, 64 N. E. 22nd street. of Mrs. Lewis Brown was

ridal party, Mrs. Sam-
esnick sang "I Love You
." Mrs. Resnick later
Cadman's "At Dawn-
The bridal chorus from
engrin" was used as the
ssional and Mendela-
a "Wedding March" at
lose of the service.
e bride entered with her
r, who gave her in mar-

greatly enjoyed by those
The combined Senior and present.
Junior Hadassah social event *
held at the Frolics Club last Mrs. Chas. Tannnebaum en-
Sunday night was both a so.-
cial as well as financial suc-
cess. Several hundred guests
attended and enjoyed the TH RAC FA
splendid entertainment of- THE RACE FAN
feared them. The proceeds will
be used towards the further- A merica's
ance of Haddasah work.
Are E'ntertindinr

ertained the members of the
mminntte of arrangements for
ie Purim Ball of the Ladies'
auxiliaryy of the Miami Jew-
h Orthodox Congregation,
t a bridge luncheon last
wednesday at her home in
henla n d o a h. Bridge was
played and then 'lunch was
served. A business meeting
Sthe committee followed, at
which reports were made by
he various sub chairmen.
mong those present were
.rs. Sam Tannenbaum, Mrs.
ouis Vangilder, Mrs. Nathan
delman, Mrs. Nathan Ab-
imson, Mrs. Harry Seitlin,
.rs. H. M. Drevitch, Mrs J.
ouis Shochet, Mrs. G. Kot-
in, Mrs. M. Kotkin and sev-
ral others.
The second annual banquet
f the Chesed Shel Emes
brought out a large atten-
ance last Sunday night at
he Beth David hall. Mr.
ohn Wolf, one of the organ-
ers, was toastmaster and
resented the various speak-
rs. Rabbis Isaac M. Wapner
f the Miami Jewish Ortho-
ox Congregation, and S. M.
[achtei of Beth David Con-
regation spoke, as did Wolfe

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Cohen, vied president of the
organization, A. Dok, S. J.
Spector, and Harry Cohen for
the Young Men's Club of Mi-
A musical program was pre-
sented in which Miss Mildred
Greenberg, Leonard Rose,
Louis Eley and M. Greenberg
took part.

Mrs. Chas. Tannenbaum
has as her guests for the bal-
ance of the winter season her
sister in law, Mrs. Chas.
Grossman and daughter, and
Mrs. Grossman's mother, Mrs.
Epstein, all of New York citt.
Dr. Groasman will join hia
family a little later in the

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Charity Day
At Race Track
(Continued from Page 1)
fronted by a smiling Junior
leaguer working in a worthy
cause? Mrs. E. B. Romfh
has charge of the flower
sales, which are counted on
for a tidy sum, and Mrs.
James H. Bright will super-
vise cigaret sales.
Mrs. Bruen will be respon-
sible for soliciting the box
holders and Mrs. Cliff Reeder
and Mrs. Frank Shutts are
co-operating on the publicity,
the men on the committee be-
ing Ellis Hollums, Hal Ley-
shon and Cliff Mos'er, chair-
man. Not only Miami, but
all of Florida will be informed
of the event which is expected
to attract many who are com-r
ing for the week.of big shorts;
events of which the Carnmera-
Moloney fight, he Florida
Derby and International Four
Ball golf tournament are com-
Another session of the
women has been called for
Friday, at which time the
chairmen will have filled their
The feature events this
Saturday will be the Nursery
Stakes No. 2, with a $2,000
purse added over the nursery
purse added over the nursery
course. Another event of Sat.
urday will be the Overnight
Handicap known as the
Keeneland Handicap, with a
purse of $1,500 for three year
olds and over over the one
and one sixteenth mile course.
Doctor-Have you been tir-
ing this patient out with a lot
of needless conversation?"
Nifty Nurse-Oh, no, I've
done every bit of the talking

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The Palm Beaches are in
readiness for the outstanding
Jewish event of this season.
The Purim Masquerade Ball,
sponsored by the Beth El Sis-
terhood, will be held Sunday
night, March 1, at the Com-
munity House. Music will be
furnished by Harry Mydrs'
Orchestra. Prizes will be
given for the prettiest and
funniest costumes. The pro-
ceeds of the event will go
towards the maintenance of
the Talmud Torah.
At the Friday night's serv-
ices, Rabbi S. Wrubel will
preach on "Queen Esther."

The children of Beth El
Sunday school will be enter-
tained Sunday morning as the
guests of the Sisterhood. The
children will present some
playlets telling the story of
Purim and will listen to Rab-
bi and Mrs. Wrubel lecturing
on the significance of Purim.
Monday night the tradi-
tional Megillah will be read at
the Community House, follow-
ing which there will be a re-
ception to the entire congre-
gation by the Beth El Con-

Beach Kennel Club
Establishes Record

In the first thirty days of
racing at the Miami Beach
Kennel Club, the dog track
fans have seen three records
established which stamps the
track as one of the fastest in
the country. The club course
record over the 362-yard dis-
tance is held by Kolimore for
21 and 3-5 seconds; the Beach
course record over the 510-
yard distance, is held by An-
other Shamrock, at 30 and
1-5 seconds; while the 5-16-
mile distance record is held
by Orcades at 33 1-5 seconds.
The Club and Beach courses
are so fashioned as to give the
dogs competing the benefit
of the longest straight-away
These fast runs have held
the interest of the dog fans'
at fever heat and added to
the attractiveness of the fast
events and the social affairs
at the Clubhouse have been,
the cause of the large crowds
nightly witnessing the racing.
The management of the Mi-
ami Beach Kennel Club oper-
ating under the rules of the
International Greyhound Rac-
ing Association is making
every effort to have high-
class racing to please the
Social events are held every'
evening at the clubhouse and
last Thursday night some of
the stars of tennis, who are
competing in the tennis
matches at Miam Beach, were
among the visitors.

Flagler Dog Track
Attracts Crowds

The West Flagler Kennel
Club out on West Flagler
street, and only three miles
from the center of Miami's
business section, is attracting
large crowds every night.
During the season stars of the
fistic world and of the tage,
have bien the- guests of honor
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of the management and have
presented the winners of spe-
cial races named in their hon-
or with cups donated by the
management. Matches that
have attracted wide and favor-
able comments as to the abil-
ity of the dogs have helped
bring out the crowds. Ten
fast races, including the favor-
ite hurdle races, are being
staged each night for the ben-
efit of the sport patrons and
the results have been so close
that very few could judge the
winner, beforehand. Every
Monday evening an auto is be-
ing given away free, and next
Monday a Ford sedan will be
presented to the lucky winner
of the ticket at the weekly
drawing. The musical enter-






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tainment provided nightly is is being operated for he ben.
an added attraction to help efit of the dog racing patrons
amuse the crowds attending
the races. The management Nature supplies all her chil
of the track is being compli- dren with brains, but sh
mented upon the very effici- can't compel them to us
ent manner in which the track them.

Let her enjoy the unexcelled, appetizing and delicious home
Cooking of the well-known Mrs. Goldstein
40S N. E. 2ND AVE.
50c and 75c LUNCHES
and a Reular 12-course Dinner for 81.00-Served to I P. M.-OPEN TO 8 P. M.



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