The Jewish Floridian

The Jewish Floridian


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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
April 24, 1931
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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Vol. IV.--N, XVII.

Miami, Florida, Friday, April 24, 1931

Price 5 Cents


1545 S. W. 3rd Street
The usual Friday evening
services will begin at 8:15 p.
m. Friday evening. Saturday
morning the services begin at
9 a. m., and Rabbi Wapner
-.:11i npal h a p qsfrmnlr nn +th

Jacksonville Con-
gregations Unite

Will jprcaul lila i. a wl Axvi J uJ liL_
portion of the week. Cantor Congregation Shaareth Is-
Nathan Wroobel will chant rael, a strictly orthodox Cong.
the services. Afternoon ser- a strictly orthodox Cong.
vices begin 6 p. m. The regis- amalgamated with the Jack-
tration for children to attend sonville Jewish Center, a con-
the Talmud Torah will con- servative Cong. in Jackson-
tinue another week and all ville, Florida, on Sunday, Ap-
parents are urged to register ril 12, with a very impressive
their children and provide ceremony conducted by Rab-
them with a real Jewish edu- bi Alexander S. Wiesel of the
cation and training. Jacksonville Jewish Center.
Special late Friday night An unusual congregation
services will be held at 8:15 assembled to witness the im-
p. m. when Rabbi Israel H. pressive ceremony.
Weisfeld of New York will be After the Maariv services,
the guest speaker. All are in- special prayers and songs
the were rendered befitting the
Si occasion in which the choir
and entire congregation par-
CONG. BETH DAVID I ticipated. The boys and girls
(Conservative) Scouts of the Center took an
139 N. W. Third Avenue active part in the ceremony,
S. M. MACHTEI the former leading the pro-
Rabbi cession with tne three Sefar
At the 8 cck-~se wr4c to- Torahs from Congregation
night Rabbi Machtei will Shaareth Israel to the Cen-
preach on "Holiness." The ter. The procession of the
laws of purity of mind and Center was led by Rabbi
body as distinguished from Alexander S. Wiesel, and that
the laws of piety will be of Shaareth Israel was led by
dealt with and the difference Mr. S. Misrachi.
between the revelation of The most impressive part
God to man and of man to of the ceremony occurred
God will be discussed. Cantor when the two processions met
Louis Hayman will chant the in the entrance of the Center.
ritual A social hour will fol- The Torahs of the Center
low and everyone is welcome. welcomed the Torahs of Con-
Tomorrow morning services gregation Shaareth Israel
will begin at 8:30 and the with a formal bow and hum-
Yiddish sermon will be an-like kiss, and marched in
preached at 10 a. m. The Bar procession down the aisle of
Mitzvah of Saul Schiff will the Center. This impressive
take place at this service, scene brought tears of joy to
Sunday School classes will the eyes of many of those pre-
meet from 10 a. m. to 12 noon sent. Congregational singing
on Sunday and Talmud Torah accompanied the processions.
lasses begin at 3:30 p. m. Several addresses were
el, ne i et Ph rendered by Rabbi Alexander
daily. Daily services are held rWienderel Mra Max Rubin,
at 30 a. m. and at 6:30 p. Rev. B. Safer, Henry Hert-
zenberg and others. Mr. Max
TEMPLE ISRAEL of MIAMI Rubin, president of the Cen-
(Reform) ter presided as chairman.
137 N. E. 19th Street A large committee of the
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN Daughters of Israel, headed
S RabB by Mrs. Alexander S. Wiesel,
Services Friday evening at served delicious refreshments
servicess Friday evening at at the conclusion of the cere-
8:15, at Temple Israel, 137 N. at the conclusion of the cere-
E. 19h street. Dr. Jacob H money.
Kaplan will have as the sub- POminent Jew Is
ect of his lecture, "After Prominent Jew Is
Death." Thepublic is always Elected to Office
welcome. lect o ffice

w(n',fel ., f At the election of officers

for the Miami unamoer w0
Commerce held last week,
Day J. Apte who is president
of Temple Israel and of the
Jewish Welfare Bureau was
elected Vice President of the
Chamber. Previously he was
secretary and had served
with great distinction. Mr.
Apte since his arrival in Mi-
Wai from his former home in
has been actively
tffied with every con-
Sti th cty

811 Washington AvMene
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The Friday evening ser-
ices begin at 6:80 and
Saturday morning asryees at
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Rabbi Weisfeld to
Speak here Tonight
Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld of
Brooklyn, N. Y. who is on a
tour of the Southern States
in theinterest of the "Miz-
rach" Zionist movement will
arrive in Mi4mi today. He
will speak as the guest of the


Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation at special services
Friday night at 8:15 p. m.
He will remain in Miami for
several days.
Rabbi Weisfeld will be the
guest at a number of recep-
tions that are being planned
in his honor.

Jewish Boy Wins
Music Contest

At the State musical cham-
pionship contests held in
Tampa last week, first prize
for excellence in the playing
of the cello was won by 11-
year-old Leonard Rose the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Rose of this city.
Leonard is a native of Bal-
timore, Md., where his par-
ents made their home prior
to coming lo Miami and
comes from a family of ac-
complished musicians, his
father having been a member
of the University of Miami
Symphony Orchestra for sev-
eral years. Leonard is a pupil
of Walter Grossman of the
University of Miami Conser-
vatory of Music and has been
one its star pupils for a num-
ber of years. He is a member
of the Junior Symphony Trio,
and has been soloist at a
large number of public musi-
cal affairs. Yesterday he was
the guest artist at the lunch-
eon of the Lion's Club 'nd
this evening he v lgWay or
Station WIOD. HeA play
during the. I
our andwil. .
.' the :. .

Bikur Cholim
Is Reorganized

At a special meeting of the
Bikur Cholim held last Tues-
day night, a reorganization
was effected by the election
of temporary officers and a
decision to make a brief cam-
paign for members. The ob-
jects of the organization are
to furnish free medical aid
and supplies for worthy Jew-
ish cases. The dues of the or-
ganization are only $1.00 per
year and with the funds al-
ready in hand, it is hoped
that the worthy objects of
the organization will be af-
fected. Mr. Natha rdelman
was chosenrpesident, Mr.
Max Rappaport, treasurer
and Mr. Max Kupferstein sec-
retary. On the Board are
Messrs. E. Gordon, 3. H. Nis-
senbaum and H. M. Drewitch.

West Palm Beach
Rabbi Resigns
Rabbi S. Wrubel, who has
been the spiritual leader of
the Congregation Beth El for
the past two years, has ac-
cepted a call from a congrega-
tion in Dallas, Texas. He an-
nounces that he will conduct
his last service here on Fri-
day night at the Community
House at 8:15 o'clock, his ser-
mon topic being "How To Be-
have In The Summer Days."
Officers urge members and
friends to attend this service.
During his stay here, Rabbi
Wrubel has organized a He-
brew School, a Sunday School
an Adult Bible Class, a Beth
El Junior Congregation, and
also interested himself in
Communal affairs.

Jewish Artist to
Appear in Concert
Martin Chochom, the well
known Jewish artist, who has
been heard recently in Miami
at various public appearances
and during the Jewish radj
hour, will appear in Wes
Palm Beach this Sunday
night at the Community
House for the first concert of
his tour of ,the Southern
States. He will present a
number of Jewish .flk songs
and other. uia numbers
during,"h ] vhie evei's enter-

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Traffic Habits
Strangers are impressed by the
way New Yorkers cross busy
streets when the lights are against
them, even on the most crowded
thoroughfares. At the busiest
crossings policemen aid the crowds
to cross, women with little chil-
dren being given special attention.
The ordinary citizen, however,
dodges through the traffic aad it
is a marvel that so few people are
hit. Efforts to stop crowds from
crossing against thelight were
dropped, after several policemen
had been crushed to death.
Drivers here are reconciled to
this condition and guard carefully
against hitting pdestrians- who
have. no right to be. n the, ir-.
way. They rarely show resemt-
meat at-sVether prighftt it-

fIcri in

Sight-Seeing Busses
One of the permanent fixtures
around the theatrical district in
New York City is the sight-seeing
bus, several of which can be seen
awaiting a load of passengers at
almost any hour from 9 in the
morning to 9 at night. They take
visitors to various points, includ-
ing Chinatown and Coney Island.
Strolling by, one is often im-
pressed by the sight of one or
perhaps several passengers, pa-
tiently sitting and waiting for hte
rest of the car to fill up. They
wear a look of mild resignation on
their faces and do not seem to be
particularly worried at the long
Ordinarily such people would be
fuming and showing signs of
wanting the bus to get under way
and the fun to start but the driv-
ers or the barkers soliciting other
passengers are never bothered by
their "victims" on the sight-seeing
The reason is that they are wit-
nessing, at no extra charge, one
of the greatest shows on earth,
the continual parade of the Broad-
way crowds, among whom can be
picked out noted persons in all
walks of life. The long wait is
actually the best part of the whole
Crowd Politeness
New York City crowds are prob-
ably the most polite set of indi-
viduals in these United States.
One can wander for hours along-
the sidewalks with nary a jolt or
jostle being administered to one's;
ribs-unless one happens to bump
into some visitor from another
This fact is one of the first.
things noted by a visitor here from
another city. In Chicago one can-
not go a block on foot without
being "given the shoulder" by
somebody coming towards one and
we distinctly remember the rough
handling we got when strolling in
Akron, Ohio, one late afternoon
when the big rubber factories
were being emptied of their oper-
In this city everybody seems to
be trained to avoid coming into
physical contact with other people
and a stroll is a real pleasure,
even on the' most crowded thor-
None of the above statements
apply, however, if one takes the
subway during the rush hours. The
repression during the rest of the
day seems to come to a head then
and the feat of entering a train is
often accompanied by the loss of
buttons and cases have been known
when ribs have cracked under the
the strain of being packed in too
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Isaac Basker was a Jew.
From the dawning day of his
maturity he had hated war.
Being orthodox in his reli-
gion, he attended the syna-

gogue on the Sabbath. As the
Martin Chochem will he Christan's Sunday made it
heard for the first time in a unprofitable to open his fa-
number of Jewish folk songs their's furniture store on the
and comical characters, Sun- first day of the week, Isaac
day, April 26, at 8 o'clock usually attended the meetings
sharp at the Community of the Socialist Club, where
House, 414 7th street. he listened to lurid speeches
He is to be heard in a num- against social wrongs. He was
ber of classical songs and glad to associate with persons
Jewish folk songs and a num- who rose above the petty
ber of comical character boundaries of race, religion
songs, according to the pro- and social standing. When
gram arranged. some great man came to the
club to hurl phillipics against
After being two weeks in war, Isaac sat in the front
the hospital, Mr. Shapiro has row and applauded enthusias-
been removed to his home in tically. A part of each holi-



The Congregation held its
last business meeting for
this season Thursday at 8
o'clock at the Community

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the gardens his condition be- aay and most ot nis evenings pioneers wno trecKea five v COMMUNITY HOUSUE
ing slightly improved, were spent playing the 'cello. hundred miles as the crow 414 Seventh St., West Palm Beach 4
For many generations the flies from Mesopotamia, ADMISSION 50c REFRESHMENTS
Mrs. Mike Michaelson is Baskers had been musicians, through hostile country, to + D+
leaving for Baltimore next many of them had written Palestine, and then down in- r,* ,,yyyy',"+"y~iT T lq
Tuesday. She was preceded by ***
her husband last Sunday. j
They plan to make their fu- w-ru T AT T T
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was held at the home of Mrs. STATION "W QA M"
Sam Goldstein on 35th street. EVERY SUNDAY 5 TO 6 P. M.
The hostesses were the Miss *
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their names into the musical
history of their generation
but Isaac had decided to en-
ter the field of dollars and
cents rather than the pas-
tures of sharps and flats.
On that tragic April day
when America awakened to
find herself swept into the
maelstrom of the World War,
Isaac Basker cast overboard
his pacificism and determined
to beat the dragnet of the
d-rift. Coming from a race
which had suffered, he long-
ed to fight for the deliver-
ance of Belgium and France.
When he broke the news of
his enlistment to his aged
father, he said, "I'm going to
prove that a Jew is no cow-
Abraham Basker smiled,
petted his son's broad should-
ers and said, "Ach, my little
boy, you come from a brav
race and a patient race. Tiose
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Friday, April 24, 198~

e Land of Goshen, were heard of her son's decision
men." she blinked away her tears
es, father," agreed Isaac and smiled. On the day that
after they endured the Isaac came down the street
nity of servitude, they wearing his uniform, she was
t their way back to proud to be his mother; but
tine against great odds." a great pain stabbed her
)d was with them, my heart. She had seen killings
and He will go with you in Russia and knew that war
ance." The old man was was serious business. Even
ng down the sob in his on the day when her son
with great difficulty, started on the great adven.
e had counted upon hav- ture across the wide Atlantic,
le help of his strong son she forced back her tears,
s business. The rest of saying, "My boy, I shall ex.
ay home they were sil- pect you to be a brave Son
of Israel."
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FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1981


Harry B8imember

The Jewish Agency is en-
gaged in a campaign to raise
in the United States the sum
of $2,500O0. This is the first
time a campaign has been
launched eerusively for the
upbuilding of Pale tine by a
body that represents the en-
tire Jewish rP e. As I have
explained on r mer occas-
ions, the Jewidi Agency is
the representative body of
World Jewry. being composed
of Jews drawn from every
sphere of life and voicing eve-
ry shade of belief and disbe-
lief within the Jewish people,
It is interesting to note the
names of some of the leading
spirits of this Agency direct-
ing the campaign. A few
names out of the vast number
reveal men who are leaders
in the political, financial, edu-
cational and civic life in
America. Felix Warhbrg, the
head of Kuhb, Loeb & Com-
pany, the second largest
banking home in America;
Herbert Lehdan, Lieutenant-
Governor of tie State of New
York; Felx Fmnkfurter,
Professor of Law at Harvard
University; Lee K. Frankel,
Vice-President of the Metro-
politan Life Insrance Com-
pany; Stephen S. Wise, the
fightingU abb, and probably
the most dsquent orator in
America todft; Julian W.
Mack, Jtude of the United
States Cirveutt ot A Ap-
peals. The number can be
strung out to fi this entire
The money collected is used
exclusively in Palestine to
buy liad; te t Manis; to
equip modern, sanitary hos-
pitals; to Maiurn a school
system from the kindergar-
ten to the university; to
ftruauspr g -
them ton hLbu s fii oom;
to dra&k .. i ...dMivl
wat r -U-J t o 3

t Bl w wp
fati n j^Al |-
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I 4w a meadow, lust and
Filled with sweet grass of
lustrous sheen;
Bright clover, crowned with
lovely bloom,
Spread on the air its sweet
While here and there a thistle
With prickly leaves and
somber hue.
An ass, a dull and stupid dolt,
Chanced one day in this field
to bolt;
Ate all the thistles, scorned
the grass,
And then, to prove he was an
Threw back his head, defied
the sun,
And loudly brayed of what
he'd done.
So, there are critics, mawkish
See naught in art but what
is nude;
In books ignore all that is
To find some morsel that's
And then declaim with all
their heart
About our poor decadent art.

Nay, nay, my friend, please,
for my sake,
No hasty, ill, comparison
The ass from thistle derives
Nature grows thistles for his
Were basest flattery to class
A ranting bigot with an ass.
S! i
Here's one on Miller Coun-
ty, told by a newspaper sub-
scription agent from Kansas
"He relates that he came
down to Miller County and
while driving out in the coun-
try he saw a man and woman
out in the field. She had her
husband hitched to a double-
shovel plow, and she was
holding the plow handles.
"It was a windy day, he
adds, and as he approached
the couple to offer them a
sample copy of his paper the
wind blew, caught the paper
and blew it between the man's
feet. The man, scared at the
paper, ran away broke the
plow and tore the harness to
pieces." 1 .
It's a consolation to some
men who are short on hair to
know they are long on brains.
Don't envy the man with a
wonderful memory; he re-
members much he would like
to forget.
ently impossible, is endeavor-
ing to do the work of the gov-
ernment without the power
that the government .has to
tax its subjects.
The quota for the Jews of
Miami is the moderate em
of $1,000. The collection of
this amount is the respen-
bility of a Committee in
charge of the Miami Doie.
It is the earnest ish of lb
Committee that everyone v 1
contribute to this cause when
SppFO.&P b duly Saceilft-
red adlOr is OWtromt
ope that no .one r to

They were discussing a mu-
tual friend.


"Yes," said Bacon. "I saw When I was younger I used to look at the Giant .Cpw-
Fish the other day. He was portions of the country with awe.
treating his wife in a way
that I wouldn't treat a dog." I thought: "How wonderful to be president of mlch a
"Good gracious I" said worldwide business. Millions of capital and surplus in *ip
Hamond in shocked tones treasury; great plants which are turning out a steam,
"What was he doin?" t products; the highest priced experts in every line to do tie
aont sed a work! All the president has to do is to sit in .a nice big
Bacon smiled artfully, office and watch the wheels go round." .
Why, he was kissing her," When I tame closer to those Giant Corporaionl a i
he replied. promptly revised my ideas.
The mistress of the house For instance:
was giving the new maid, I happened to be in the office of the chairman of the
who was fresh from the coun- board of one of the biggest businesses of its kind. The
try, a list of the household re- telephone rang. On the other end of the wire was te
quirements. president of a railroad.
"There you are, Alice," she Said the railroad man to his friend the manufactUrac:
said, and then suddenly re- "You have a subsidiary company in our territory. Its atitl
membered an item she had al- freight bill is only a few thousands of dollars a year, Jlt
most forgotten. "Oh er we want that business. Can we have it??"
don't forget we shall want a A few days later I called on a manufacturer of buing
new griller for the kitchen, materials. The president's secretary said: "The bhos
too." wants to see you, but he had to go out suddenly. He bas
Alice stared vacantly. just heard that So and So (naming a banker) is going. t
"Don't you know what a build a new house, so he jumped in his car and wont down
griller is?" asked the other to see if he could get the order.
Sharply. I called at my bank. The president was not in bi t
"I should think I do," re- fice. His assistant reported that he had gone ont-t- so-
plied the maid significantly. licit a new account.
"It's a big, hairy monkey the
size of a man. And if you A friend of mine who is in a tough business has ha a
want one of those in your very good year in spite of the depression. A competitor
kitchen I'm leaving at once." asked him: "How in the world do you get so many orders ?'
I 1 I To which my friend replied simply: "By going out and ask-
"Have you ever been sen- ing for them."
tenced to imprisonment?" the Whether a business be big or small, local or InternatiOn-
judge asked sympathetically. al, makes little difference. If it is to keep going it nmai
"Never!" exclaimed the pri- have orders. And there isn't any president or chairman of
soner, bursting into tears. the board so famous or so rich that he isn't after orders
"Don't cry don't cry," every single day!
said the judge,. consolingly Conditions have beensubnormal now for a long tiiie,
you're going to be sentenced not only here but all over the world. Many predictions
now! have been uttered: many remedies proposed.
I I My own suggestion for improving things is very siale:
What is mine belongs to me! Let's all quit talking about how bad times are.
I may worry through the Let's go out and ask for orders.
days, .Blessed are the askers!
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Sweep on their appointed
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Time, the healer, yet will I am 100% in favor of health examinations at regWlar
bring intervals. It is my purpose in this letter, to persuaded yo
Comfort for my suffering, into the same view, if possible.
If you were setting out on a long journey in yeur 'att-
What is mine belongs to me! mobile, now wouldn't you have an expert look the ear ver
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On the hillside, on the if you used the plainest variety of common sense. -
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money for advertising in 1930 you pass into the great beyond. And, during your active
than any year in its history. years, you do your best to keep away from him: yotuse:
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vastly larger than ever before are sure to come-and you send for the dote~r ldry w*rd
rolled up by the company. In you are "all shot to pieces," and fear you are i to Iqll.
the face of depression Mr. This seems to me, the most inexcusable or
Wrigley appropriated several sightedness that a sensible man or woman cam '
extra millions for advertising you wait till your automobile is reduced to a- pAs
his product hoping to g before going to the expert repair man? s y)6rh'-'
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the bargain. go to their family physician at statd intervals
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The marriage of Miss Mar-
garet Cooper and Samuel
Beckman took place at 2 p. m.
Sunday at the home of Dr.
Joseph H. Kaplan, who per-
formed the ceremony. Miss
Cooper has lved in Miami one
year, coming here from Nas-
sau. Mr. Beckman is connect-
ed with the circulation de-
partment of the Miami Daily

One of the novelist parties
given this year by the Council
of Jewish Women was an
event Friday at the home of
Mrs. P. Scheinberg. Tables
were arranged for a large
number of players. The tea
table was spread with a lace
cloth and decorated with a
bouquet of sweet peas. Pour-
ing tea at the Russian sam-
ovar were Mrs. Isidor Cohen
and Mrs. Lena Simon. The
prize donated by Mrs. J.
Simpson was won by Mrs. Si-
mon. Other prize winners at
cards were Mrs. M. Seinberg,
Mrs. Max Ghertler, Mrs. A. J.
H, Leuchtag and Mrs. Jacob
Levi of Richmond, Va.
*i *

A very pretty affair was
the regular bi-weekly card
party sponsored by the Lad-
ies Auxliary of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion at the vestry rooms of
the Synagog last Tuesday
evening. A large number of
visitors and residents were
present. Prizes for high
scores were awarded at each
table. At a late hour refresh-
ments were served. Acting as
hostesses for the evening
were Mesdames L. Levitt and
Louis Safer.
r- *

Last week's program of the
Jewish Radio Hour sponsor-
ed by the Jewish Floridian
was featured by a series of
splendid vocal and instrumen-
tal selections. Prominent were
the violin solos played by Al
Moss who was accompanied
by Dr. Barney Blicher at the
piano. Both are well-known in
West Palm Beach. The num-
bers played were Bruch's Kol
Neidri, and the Gypsy Dance.
In vocal selections were Mrs.
Barney Kraft, Cantor Louis
Hayman who sang three se-
lections, and Cantor Nathan
Wroobel. Miss Evelyn Marks
played a very pretty piano
solo. Mr. Leonard Epstein de-
livered a brief address on the
work of the Hebrew Orphans
Home at Atlanta.

Member of the Ruth Bryan
Owen Oratorical club are hav-
ing an afternoon of music and
oratory at the _Miami Colonial
Hotel at 2:30 p. m. today.
Judge Edith M. Atkinson will
be the guest speaker. A group
of well-known women, includ-
ing Mana-Zucca, Mrs. William
McKibben, Grace Norman
Tuttle, Mrs. M. Brenton Sim-
mns, Mrs. William V. Little,
ir. McCord tberts, Mrs.
Adison Hall Mrs. T. V.
oer4, will speak briefly on
different phases of women's
work -Oey represent.
Mr I. delsohn, club
will opeak o" The
of Women's
ght jM. enry Wffilliamna

has charge of the program,
which will include a group of
songs by Adelaide Clark Rit-
tenhouse, accompanied by
Mana-Zucca, and piano num-
bers by Eleanor Clark.
Miss Leona Benovitz of
Dunmark, Pa., is visiting
Miss Sadye Silverstein and
will remain for Miss Silver-
stein's marriage to Dr. Max
Pepper in June. Miss Beno-
vitz and Miss Silverstein were
college roommates.

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H a d a s organizations was
formed with twelve members
present. Temporary officers
chosen were: Rabbi Isaac M.
Wapner honorary president;
Mr. E. Gordon, president; Mr.
Morris Rappaport, vice pres-
ident; Mr. Wm. Klein, treas-
urer; and Mr. N. Markowitz,
secretary. On the Board of
directors, Messrs. Max Rap-
papoft, Wm. Mechlowitz and
Charles Greenberg were elec-
ted. They will meet Wednes-
day. The object of the organ-
ization as announced by the
officers, is the strengthening
of Judaism in Miami.

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Tannen-
baum entertained a number
of friends at their home in
Shenandoah, last Monday
evening in honor of their
brother and sister in law, Dr.
arndl MrH -TnpV\ f Wf\acf Dn nF

Surprising their 3-year-old iU IJi t lQUU u Urous nll a1 -.y
urprising t eir 3-yertlar-od New York City. During the Baker, Mrs. H. U.
grandson, Carl Rupert Glaz- evening various instrumental and a piano solo by
er, Mr. and Mrs. Morrisand vocal solos were present- dred Greenberg. A
Marks gave a party at their d and a number of games sisting of Miss Dc
home, 1752 N. W. Fifteenth edler at the ganos A.s
home, 1752 N. W. Fifteenth were played. The long table in ler at the piano, A.
street, at 3 p. m. Sunday. Carl the beautifully decorated din- at thecello and A.
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. ttil d the violin will play
Frank Glazer. A number of ing room was prettily decor- the violin will play
hFrank Glaz er. A nuber of ated and laden with sweets. of selections.
hs little friends were present. At a late hour refreshments *
Maris Rbin h for consisting of sandwiches, sal- The Junior Coun
HMarris Rubin has left ads, etc., were served to the ish Women held a b
Hendersonville and ylvia, N. guests. Among those present ing on Monday e
C., for an indefinite lengthof were: Mr. and Mrs. Perry the home of Mis
time. Stone, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Loeb. Plans were
-: ... r*- ,, Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. Feld- for the novlety dE
MYi~ G3~ dI EU l~I Wh

miss uertrux e ngei, w on
has been visiting Miss Rhea
Weingarten, 1226 'Drexel av-
enue, Miami Beach will re-
turn shortly to her home in
Cleveland, Ohio.

Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adel-
man entertained a number of
friends last Sunday evening
honoring Mr. and Mrs. S.
Frankenstein of New York
City. Bridge was played and
prizes were won by Mrs. L.
Vangilder, Mrs. Harry Seitlin
Mrs. Sam Tannenbaum, and
Dr. Jacob Grossman of New
York City. A guest prize was
presented to the guest of
honor Mrs. S. Frankenstein.
During the evening a salad
course and coffee was served
to the guests present. Among
those present were Rabbi Is-
aac M. Wapner, Mr. and Mrs.
Max Kupferstein, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Tannenbaum, Mrs.
Chas. Tannenbaum, Mr. and
Mrs. L. Vangilder, Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Shochet, Mrs. Na-
than Abramson, Miss Bert
Solomon, Miss Ray Adelman,
Cantor and Mrs. Nathan
Wroobel, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Feldman, Mr. and Mrs. S. Si-
mon, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Seitlin, and Mr. and Mrs. S.
Frankenstein of New York


* *

The Sisterhood of Temple
Israel is sponsoring a card
party at the Boulevard Inn at
the Biscayne Blvd. and 27th
street, for Tuesday evening,
April 29th, through the cour-
tesy of Mrs. Carrie Miller
who has provided refresh-
ments in addition to the use
of the Inn. Admission will be
fifty cents and prizes will be
given for high scores. Mrs.
Bert L. Reisner will be ;n
charge of tne evening's af-
Rabbi S. M. Machtei is now
located in his home at the
Temple Court Apts., 431 N.
W. 3rd street, and still re-
tains his same phone 2-2579.

Last Monday evening at a
meeting in the Beth Abraham
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man, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Van-
gilder, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Adelman, Mr. and Mrs. Har-
ry Seitlin, Mr. and Mrs. Max
Kupferstein, Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Rosentock, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Tannenbaum, Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Futterfass,
Mrs. I. Buckstein, Mrs. S.
Tannenbaum, Mr. and Mrs. J.
L. Shochet and Miss S. Seig-
el and Dr. and Mrs. Jacob
Grossman of New York City.

Another of the series of
card parties being sponsored
by the Beth David Sisterhood
will be held next Wednesday
evening at 8:00 p. m., April
29th, at the home of Mrs. B.
Rayvis, 1736 S. W. 11th st.
She will be assisted by Mrs.
Wm. Friedman, who will be
co-hostess with Mrs. Rayvis.
Prizes will be given for high
score and refreshments will
be served. All are urged to at-
tend as the proceeds will be
used for the Beth David Tal-
mud Torah.

The Loyalty Club, auxiliary
of the Emunah Chapter Is
sponsoring a card party for
Wednesday, April 29th, at 8
p. m. at the home of Mrs.
Bert Friedman, 16 N. W. 47th
street, when Mrs. Etta Wolf
will be co-hostess. Prizes will
be given for high scores and
refreshments will be served.
All residents and visitors are

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for the Mother's and Daugh-
ter's Musical Tea to be given
on Sunday, May 10 at the
Hotel Antilla.
There will be a regular
meeting of the Junior Council
of Jewish Women on Tues-
day, April 28, at the Council's
new clubroom, 307 Venetian
building. At this meeting the
nominating committee will
be appointed. A very impor-
tant and interesting matter
will be discussed so a large
attendance is urged. A pro-
gram is being arranged for
this meeting.
The Novelty Dance spon-
sored by the Jewish Council
of Jewish Women on Thurs-
day, April 30, at Studio hall,
will be a most interesting af-
fair. Music will be furnished
by Gore's Pirates. A special
program has been arranged,
which include some of Mi-
ami's headliners.

Mr. Max Weiner the son of
Mr. and Mrs. E. Weiner of
this city was married last
Sunday afternoon at Beth
David Synagogue to Miss
Shirley Werner of this city.
Rabbi S. M. Machtei perform-
ed the ceremony. Mr. M. H.
Rosenhouse, a close friend of

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The local chapter of Senior
Hadassah is sponsoring a cul-
tural evening, next Tuesday
evening, April 28th, at the
Miramar Hotel, 421 N. E.
17th Terrace to which the
general public is invited. No
charges of any kind will be
made. The affair is in charge
of a committee headed by
Mrs. Simon E. Altschul as
chairman, and Mrs. Lawrence
Sapero as assistant chairman.
A program will be presented
with the following as the en-
tertainers. Rabbi S. M. Mach-
tei will deliver the invocation
and Rev. Elishaking of the
Community Church of Miami
Beach will be the principal
speaker. Vocal solos will be
yivpn by Mrs. Ruby Showers

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the family was best man,
Only the immediate members
of the family were present,
The couple left immediately
after the ceremony for a trio
through the State, returning
to Miami yesterday.
Announcement of the wed.
ding of Miss Silverstein to
Dr. Max Pepper to take place
on June 14th, has just been
made. Miss Leona Benowitz
of Denmore, Pa., is to be the
maid of honor.

Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Kufman
entertained at dinner last Sun.
day at their home in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. H. Bornstein of
Patterson, N. J. who left for
their home last Tuesday.
Among the guests present
were Mrs. S. Billick, Mr. and
Mrs. H. Bornstein, Mr. and
Mrs. S. Young and son Ray.
mond, and Miss Sophie Gor-

At the meeting of the Sr.
Council of Jewish Women
Mrs. Ben Watts was elected
president with the following
officers to assist: First vice
president, Mrs. P. Schein-
berg; second vice president,
Mrs. Julius Simpson; record-
ing secretary, Mrs. Harry Oli-
phant; corresponding secre-
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tary, J. N. Morris; financial
secretary, Mrs. Al. Seiden;
treasurer, Mrs. Jack Bern-
stein; auditor, Mrs. Irving
Greenfield; directors for the
three year term: Mesdames
Lewis Brown, Marvin Bron-
ner and J. A. Richter. To fill
unexpired etrms for a period
of one year, Mesdames Lou
Harris and M. Rauzin. The
meeting was opened with an
invocation by Mrs. Lewis
Brown. A business scholar-
ship is being sponsored by
the Council and this will be
awarded to some deserving
girl in the city. An installa-
tion luncheon is being plan-
ned by a committee headed
by Mrs. P. Scheinberg and
will be held on Friday, May

Miss Gwendolyn Resnick,
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Resnick of Coral Gables
entertained a number of her
juvenile friends last Saturday
afternoon at her Coral Gables
home. Games were played and
the winners were awarded
very pretty prizes. Ice cream
cake and other refreshments
were served. The occasion
was Gwendolyn's sixth birth-
day anniversary.

Mrs. Nathan Markowitz
will entertain the members of
the Monday night bridge club
at her home in Coral Gables
next Monday night.
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The A. Z. A. local junior
Bnai Brith organization held
a beach party on April 16th.
meeting at Temple Israel and
thence proceeding to Deauvill
Casino. During the afternoon
a picnic supper was served
through the courtesy of Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Seiden.
The Junior Hadassah is
planning a series of "Time"
bridges to further the sale
of "time" in the Hadassah
project that has been carried
on for the past several
months The first event will

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amidst a profusion of Florida and, rbfres'a) nts will, be
Blooms. During the evening served. An arneal rif made to

be held at an early date at the
home of Mrs. Freda Lutzky.
The Junior Hadassah is
sponsoring a Mother's Day
celebration at Kaplan hall the
evening of Monday, May 11,
and due announcement will be
made of the details shortly.
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Farr
announce the birth of a baby
daughter last Wednesday
morning at Gary, Ind. Moth-
er and baby are resting nice-
ly. Mr. Farr is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. H. H. Farr and has
been prominent in Univer-

sity and Muscal circles. Mrs.
Farr is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. A. Wallerstein of Q
this city and was active in lo- a
cal communal affairs.
Popular and talented Jewish artist
Sisterhood of Temple Israel
is sponsoring an initiatin at 8 p. m. A nominating com-
luncheon at the Coral Gablbs mittee for the purpose of rec-
Country club for Monday, May ommending nominees for the
4th. This affair is in charge next year's officers were ap-
of a committee headed by pointed as follows: Mrs. Man-
Mrs. J. A. Richter who is be- nie Wesson, chairman Han-
ing assisted by Mesdames nah Mack, Mrs. Jennie Rot-
Gordon Davis, Si Mendelson, fort, Mrs. Esther Weinkle,
Joe Williamson and Harry Miss Sylvia Rayvis, Miss
Nevins. Mrs. J. A. Richter Bebe Goldenblank, Miss Betty
will be toastmistress. Quite Wolfe and Miss Sylvia Chaun-
an elaborate program is being cey. In charge of the installa-
prepared and reservations tion banquet and dance which
may be made with any mem- is being planned for the early
ber of the committee. part of June is in charge of a
S* rnmrmit ea nn.ia;4t an rnf M r

The Jr. Hadassah held its
meeting at Kaplan hall last
Monday night and listened to
a very interesting address by
Mr. Harry Simonhoff on the
"Essence of Zionism." Miss
Evelyn Marks gave a piano
number, Miss Mutchler a rec-
itation, and Mr. Joe Mandel-
baum sang several numbers.
A Courtesy card donated by
the Curly Top beauty parlor
was awarded ;to Miss Lena
Weinkle. Refrdshments don-
ated by Mrs. Mannie Wesson
and Mrs. Freda Lutzky were
served during the evening.
The organization will meet
weekly every Monday night
beginning with the next meet-
ing on Monday, April 27th,
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Joe Williamson who will be
toastmistress, and Mrs. Jas-
per Cromer chairman, and
the Misses. Lena Weinkle,
Sadie Silverstein and Evelyn
S* *

Mrs. Samuel Resnick and
Mrs. Nathan Markowitz en-
tertained more than forty of
their friends at bridge last
Thursday in honor of Mrs.
Harry Markowitz who left to
spend her summer vacation
with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Cohen at India-
napolis, Ind. The Resnick
home in Coral Gables where
the event was 'held was beau-
tifully decorated with cut
flowers and potted palms and


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various refreshments, con-
sisting of salads, sandwiches
and ice courses were served
to the guests, Among the
prize winners were Mrs. Ja-
cob H. Kaplan for first prize,
Mrs. H. H. Miller second prize
and Mr. Sam Wiessel for the
consolation prize.
Mr. S. Waldman of Miami
will reside at the Everglades
Hotel during the summer.
Mildred Greenberg, pupil of
Hannah Asher of the Univer-
sity of Miami concervatory,
will give a piano recital in Re-
cital hall at the conservatory
Saturday at 4 p. m. This is
Miss Greenberg's third year
with Mrs. Asher and is also
her junior year in piano. She
is a member of the Conserva-
tory Junior Symphony or-
chestra, also the Junior trio.
The program will be as fol-
lows: "Prelude and Fugue"
(Bach-Liszt); "Impromptu in
F shart major" (Chopin);
"Ballade in G minor"
(Brahms); "Papillons" (Schu
mann); "Jeux d'eau" (The
Fountain); (Ravel); "Prelude
in B flat major" (Rachman-
Senior Chapter of Hadas-
sah will sponsor a Linen
Shower on Monday afternoon
April 27, at 2 p. m. at the
Robert Clay hotel, with Mrs.
S. Katz, chairman of Sewing,
in charge. All Haddassah
members are asked to bring
with them as their admission
some new piece of bed linen,
such as a sheet, pillow case,
etc., suitable for Hospital
beds in Palestine. A delight-

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contribute some piece of linen
to this needy cause.
Pictures of the recent
"Trip Abroad" sponsored by
the Miami Woman's club, will
be shown at the Club house,
1737 North Bayshore Drive,
on Monday, May 4, at 8:80
p. m. In this "Trip Abroad"
the Miami Chapter of Hadas-
sah was represented as Pales-
tine and this particular coup-
try should appeal to all Mi-
ami Jewry. After the screen
showing, dancing and bridge
will be enjoyed by all. There
will be prizes and refresh-
ments. This will be a big Had-
assah night and an invitation
is extended to the public.
.A* *
Cantor Boris Schlachman
of Beth Jacob Congregation
left yesterday for his summer
vacation during which time
he will chant the services in
a number of Congregations in
the North. He will remain in
Philadelphia the major part
of the time and expects to
return to Miami the latter
part of August.
A novel method of contri-
buting to the Jewish Agency
Drive of $2,500,000 will be at-
tempted in Miami.
A Donor Luncheon will be
held at the home of Mrs.
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(continued from page 5)
Harry Rubin, 1736 S. W. 9th
street, on Thursday, April 30
at 12:30 noon. All guests will
donate $5.09, which sum will
go to the campaign to raise
$1,000.00 in Miami for the
American-Palestine Campaign
under the auspices of the
Jewish Agency. Mrs. Harry
Rubin and Mrs. Louis Zeintz,
members of the Miami Com-
mittee for the drive, are spon-
soring this luncheon.
Mesdames Rubin and Zeintz
are greatly encouraged by
the interest shown in the
luncheon, and judging by the
ready response, expect it to
be a huge success.
Mrs. Morris Pepper will en-
tertain this afternoon in cele-
bration of her daughter Shir-
ley's second birthday for her
juvenile friends. The home
will be decorated with flow-
ers and other decorations car-
rying out a green color
scheme. Children's games will
be played and ice cream, cake
and other goodies will be ser-
ved. Among those expected to
attend are: Dorothy and
Shirley Phiffer, Leroy Rubin-
stein, Jackie Matchett, Don-
ald Matchett, Betty Ann Fos-
ter, Junior Foster, Billy Fos-
ter, Arthur August, Charles
Giller, Norma Giller, Doro-
thy Pepper and Jacqueline
Head. Assisting in entertain-
ing the little guests will be
Miss Dora Shapiro of Jack-
sonville, Miss Sadye Silver-
stein, and Miss Dorothy Kap-
The picnic and outing that
will be given for the children
of Beth Jacob Sunday school
and Talmud Torah will begin
at 1 p. m. and will feature
among other things, ball
games, swimming and other
athletic contests, a story hour
"Round the Campfire." There
will be refreshments, roasting
of wienies and the picnic
will h conncluded with a talk

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number of years in Palestine
while a student at the Hebron
Yeshiva. Prizes will be award-
ed to the winners of the var-
ious contests and singing and
musical entertainment will al-
so be provided. A cordial in-
vitation has been extended to 4
all Miamians to attend this
Mrs. Sadye G. Rose and
Mrs. Ella T. Kaiser returned +
Sunday morning from Jack- +
sonville where they had at-'

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tended the convention of the
Eastern Star for Florida as
delegates from the Emunah
Chapter of Miami.
An important meeting of
the Ladies Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation will be held next
Tuesday evening and all mem-
bers are urged to be on hand
promptly at 8 o'clock.
Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
and Dr. Elisha A. King of
the Community Church will
speak next Monday night
over Station WQAM and pre-
sent the sentiments of their
respective faiths and their

plans for the
of good will
and non-Jews.
Mrs. Meyer
sister Mrs. Fa
this city will
morning for
spend several
their mother a
her on Mother

establishment by Mrs. Chas. Goldstein.
between Jews Prize winners for high score
were, Mr. A. Kaplan, Mr. H.
* H. Farr, Mrs. M. L. Yunis,
STarlin, and Mrs. B. Kandel, Mrs. I. Ros-
leave Sunday engarten and Mrs. M. Schein-
Jacksonville to berg. Fifteen tables of bridge
weeks with were in play during the eve-
ind to be with ning. Refreshments were ser-
's Day. ved.

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Beth David Sisterhood
sponsored a card party at the
home of Mrs. S. J. Spector
last Wednesday night at
which Mesdames S. J. Spec-
tor, Chas. Goldstein and I.
Tannenbaum were the host-
esses. The door prize was won



+ Cut the cost of operating your car by
+ purchasing Goodrich Cavaliers at our
S1931 prices.

+ Two new fully guaranteed tires for less
+ than you paid for one, three years ago.
+ And 1931 Cavaliers give far more
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Everyone desiring to take
part in the summer activities
of the Friendship League
must become a member on or
before the final meeting,
April 29. Dues payable $1.50
for three months, to take ef-
fect November 4th. No dues


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Compare these "Two Tire" prices....

Price Price
Size Each Per Pair
28x4.75-19........................$ 6.65 $12.90
28x5.25-18........................ 7.90 15.30
29x4.40-21...................... 4.95 9.60
29x4.50-20........5............. 5.60 10.90
29x4.75-20........................ 6.75 13.10
29x5.00-19...................... 6.95 13.60
29x5.50-19..................... 8.90 17.30
30x4.50-21........................ 5.70 11.10
30x5.00-20........................ 7.10 13.80
30x5.25-20........................ 8.30 16.10
31x5.00-21....................... 7.35 14.30
31x5.25-21........................ 8.60 16.70
32x5.00-22...................... 8.10 15.80
31x6.00-19........................ 11.00 21.35
32x6.00-20........................ 11.45 22.20

Norton Tire Co., Inc.
"One Stop Service Station"
Phone 2-2194

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Pallott Tire Co., Inc.

Phone 3-1266

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to be paid during the
Social meetings
held at the following
First week of every
Anne Weiss, Jean
1242 N. W. Second st
Second week every
Bea Silver, 625 Ave.
Coral Gables.
Third week every a
Dorothy Karp, 1361 5
Fourth street.
Fourth week every m
Ruth First, 2842 S. W. I
The closed mouth cat
no insects.

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