BrOWne to Lecture
In Temple Sunda?
Dr. Lewis Browne, author o
"This Believing World" and "Sine
Calvary," the first lecturer on
series of programs arranged b
the cultural committee of Templ
Israel, will arrive in Miami on th
Clyde liner Iroqluois today, Dr
Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi, has an
nounced. Dr. Browne will lecturt
on "Why Are We Religious ?
Sunday evening at the Temple.
Dr. Brownie's subject will dea
with the similarity between~ th<
principles of all great world reli
gions, in creed as well as in cere
mony, and will outline the instinct
that have caused the tremendous
organizations of the world to be
built and supported'
Other lecturers include Dr. Wil:
Durant, philosopher, who wil:
speak February 10 on "Is Progress
Real?" On March 13 Rabbi Kap-
lan and Rev. Don Henshaw of
Coral Gables Congregational
Church will conduct a religious
e ormdon T nunort litythandr th
may be obtained from members
of the Temple or at Jules Store,
14 E. Flagler St.
WCith the opening recently of
;he Goldberg's Kosher Mar et in
West Palm Beach, the Jewish- rels-
lents and tourists of the Pa m
Beaches are assured of strictly
kosher meats, poultry and delicat-
!ssen. Situated in the heart o
West Palm Beach at 510 Clematis
it., and equipped with the finest
n show cases, refrigeration plant,
,nd other conveniences of the best
he Jews of the cities need ha e
to further worries as to where t
Obtain their food. heof
Mr. K. Crystal, a shoche o
ong standing formerly of Minan
sin charge of the meatsva e
poultry to insure strict o serThce
f all kosher regulations. I ro-
tore carries a full lin ets Mr.
series, and dairy prodcs h
i. Goldberg, the proprietorhalam
een a resident of wetPl
leach for a number xof yet s
having operated a siml ahe 8sold.
several years ago which Ie so
[e then engaged in the wh leshe
leat business and because o h
~ck of of a kosher butcher store
gain established the business.
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Announcements lRb Aie
SIn Palm Beach
MIAIMI JEWISH ORTHODOX -
CONGREGATION Rabbi Herbert E. Goldstein, on~
(Orthodox) of the foremost Orthodox Rabbi!
1545 S. W. Third Street of the United States, and presi
ISAAC M. WAPNER, Rabbi dent of the Union of Orthodo,
JONAH E. CAPLAN, Jewish Congregations of Americ~
Associate Rabbi is spending several weeks withE
The usual Friday evening ser- his family in Palm Beach.
vices begin at 5:30 with the late When interviewed, he expressed
services following at 8:30 when the hope that the Jews of South
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan will preach Florida would succeed in estab
-in English on "Life, Our Contri- Ilishing traditional Judaism in their
bution, not Possession." The ser- communities and that proper at
vices are followed by a social hour tention would be paid to educa
in charge of the Ladies' Auxiliary. tional work among the children
Saturday morning services begin and to the establishment of kash-
at 9 a. m. with Mincha services at, ruth~. H eiiae h l
5 p. m. Je~wish Orthodox Congregation
upon the choice of Rabbi Jonah
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID E. Caplan as its Rabbi, and be-
(Conervaive)lieved that much could be accomn
139 N. W. Third Avenue polished through him. Rabbi Cap-
S. M.MACHEI, abbi lan is a graduate of the Yeshiva
Rabbi Isaac Elchanan where Rabbi
"Life's Claim" will be the sub- G~oldstein is a member of the
ject of the sermon by Rabbi S. M*I Ifaculty.
Machtei at the 8 o'clock service
tonight. The rights of the in- 1WiRmi t0 Form
dividual and his obligations to the
crmnmn ty wi b H d lcussed tC" Kashrus Committee
ritual. A social hour will follow. .--.
Tomorrow morning the services With the passage last week of
will begin at 8:30. Sunday School as kosher law by the City Cormmis.
classes will be held on S~un ry
morning at 10 o'clock*
TEMCIPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
137 N. E. Nineteenth Street
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi
Services at Temple Israel, Fri-
day evening at 8:15. Dr. Kaplan
will speak on the subject, "Felr
not -Prosperity Will Never Re-
turn,but a Better Life Will Come."
Confirmation class meets Sat-
urday morning at 10:30 at the
Rabbi's study. All other classes
resume work as usual.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
all Washington Avenue
L. AXELROD, Rabbi
The usual services begin at 5:30
with the late services fol.
1powing at 8:30 p. m. when Rabbi
Lazrus Axelrod will preach a ser.
on "Hope Israel flope." Can-
mon Boris Schlachman will chant
the services and lead in the con-
Saturday morning services be-
ai t 9 a. m. with Cantor Sch-
1 nhman conducting the services.
Rabbi Azelrod will preach in Yid.
dish onthe portion of thie week.
sion of Mami covering the sale of
foods, represented to be kosher,
jin butcher stores, delicatessen, and
(restaurants added impetus was
given to the formation of a com-
mittee to enforce kashruth in Mi.
Representatives of the Syna-
thgesin' Miam eeinterestede I
week and form a permanent or-
ganization. Inspectors will be
Named to visit the butchers, stores
It is expected that eventually
the local organization will unite
with a similar body in Miami
Beach for the purpose of insuring
the strict observance of all regu-
lations for the benefit of the pub-
Ladies Auriliary to Sponsor
To raise funds for its Talmud
Torah the Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion is sponsoring a dance on Jan-
unry 19, at the Womens' Club.
Entertainment including a number
of vaudeville acts will be presented
during the evening in addition to
the music for dancing. Several
delegations from West Palm Beach
and Miami Beach will be here to
aid in the worthy cause.
5~ ~ MORE THAN TWICE As MUCH LOCAL JE ISH NEWS AS ANYi OTHER P R~
With the first half of the~ inaug-
rlTropical Park meeting coming
0a close on January 13 and re-
peigfor the Spring campaign
bruary 29, President Frank J.
runpoints with pride to two
uttniginnovations that went
wiith the ppblie.
ighe stall gate used for the first
mein Florida and the approxi-
naeodds board featured the race
nt.Both have come to stay in
henerve wracking turf business.
Bill Hamilton's wonderful start -
gand little jockey Hank Mills
lestional riding also gave the
pcttors thrills that will long
ve in their memories.
The man responsible for the in-
roution of stall gates on prac-
icly all tracks in the country,
humanitarian fixture for the
d becl ss f ied s t ea eom h;
on of the turf. He has invented
tomany things helpful to the
orse game it would take columns
relate in detail. He has a mu-
elticket invention stuck away
na leather folder in his pants
soket that if it is ever adopted
vilrevolutionize the window sale.
Five years ago Waite and his
partner G. R. Bryson thought up
he bright idea of giving the
ossa break, which boiled down,
ent the elimination of sidling,
because of all bad starts. To
more explicit, the stalhi~ give
;nimal:~ a four feet breaking
acand in addition makes lifle
ndlimbs safe fdr the aslilstan't
tresivith an 18 inch spade pro-
Waite knocks wood when the
ays no horse has ever been hrirt
inethe installation of stall gates.
lealso calls attention to the fact
ht since the start of the Tropi-
alPark meeting there have been
'0 consecutive good starts, and
tnost important the saving in tirfe
pf one and one-half hours in a rac-
ig day, er better stl ita t ssse ~
The stall gates have been in
'se in New York three years. He
lar fem bilt so that any num-
tor of orses can be accommod-
Itd. He had as many' as 28 sep-
trate stalls in one race al; Belmont
lark, ad h a ed anl
10. In 1930 the ya Gatloanhta o
Hon the Kentucky Derby Wtaite
"as prepared for 23 but only 17 t
MAGAZINE STORY k
Marjory Stoneman Douglas, in- T
h actor in short story writing at E
he University of Miami, and il
lrtold Farkas, student in speeal a
avecle writing at the university, t:
ceve had a story written by them I
"e pted by Liberty Magazine. o
I ttle of the story is "Search-
Sof the Caribbean." lt
obert the story of a Miami pilot, it
aobrti Moore, manager of the p
olers rAir station in Biscayne o:
own off and a plane which went sl
Plfi f Bimini several years ago. cc
'V ersons lost their lives in 8
he pae. Moore was the only be
"e aaved and when picked up was i
Th a tte of collapse. .h
iThe story will be published sc
e bhin the next sixt weeks and will H
broadcast over National Broad- m
88t Company hook-up on the Li- la
With appetites whetted by the
keen racing provided nightly at
the Biscayne Kennel club, many
Miamians and tourists can be seen
nightly at the beautiful plant.
Thrills are provided by the well
matched dogs, and prices on the
mutuels have been so good that
the bettors have been getting more
than their fair return.
It hasn't always been the favor-
ite that has won at the large dog
rmkped home headloo th faota
ites, time and again. Several long
shots have paid exceptionally good
prices. The new combination tick-
ets being sold which permit fans
to bet on a combination of races
have paid so exceptionally well
that the .tickets have achieved
much popularity in a very short
S veral nights during the past
week capacity audiences attended
e the races, and were more than
s rewarded by the excellent cards
-presented by genial manager
x Jimmy Galloway and his able
-x ii I'X II t F81
Plans for the Jewry of Tampa
-to be represented in the South
-Florida Fair to be held in Tam-
pa during the next month will be
Made at the meeting of the Ladies'
iAuxiiiar~y of Rodeph Sholom Con-
lgregation to be lield soon. Mrs..
IA. R. Berger is president of the,
organization and she is being as-
sisted by Mrs. Perlman, first vice
president, Mrs. Eichell second vice
.]president, Mrs. H. Brash treasurer,
SMrs. M. H. Kissell recording see-
retary and Mrs. Jacob Wittner coc-
SOUNDED AT BEACH
Warning has been issued by C.
W. Tomlinson, Miami Beach city
clerk, that penalties will be im-
posed after January 15 on all bus-
inesses being operated within the
city which have not purchased li-
censes. Mr. Tomlinson said that
wile col sections this year have
been better than last, they have
slumped within the last two weeks.
Licenses for the year were due
Julius Rosenwald, who built a
fortune in retail merchandising
and gave more than $25,000,000
of it to benefit humanity, died at
his suburban home in Highland
Park of kidney and heart disease,
Mr. Ros~enwald was chairman of
the board of Sears, Roebarck &
Company, which )Ie had built to a
$300,000,000 concern since 1910.
He became ill last April and had
been confined to his bed since
June. His five children were
summoned here on December 29
from their widely separated homes
when a heart attack nearly proved
He leaves his second wife, the
former Mrs. Adelaide Goodhind,
widow of a St. Paul, Mlinn., merch-
ant, whom he married in 1980);
two sons, Lessing J. and William,
both executives of their father's
company in Philadelphia.
LE T US
HELP SOLV E
.YOUR .. .
CG H TING
rd PO WER
PRO 8L 5MS
5 CON QMICALLY
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Page Tw 1
elected at the last board meeting;
Mrs. M. Dobrin was appointed
chairman by the president, and the
followiin~g` women were elected to
serve with her on the committee:
Mrs. Milton Weiner, Mrs. D. Bog-
en, Mrs. R. Somberg, and Mrs.
Any women interested in joining
a sewing group to sew garments
or to sew at home for Palestinian
children, please get in touch with
Mrs. S. Katz, chairman of the
Two spacious rooms, all conven-
iences, with fine family, exrcep-
tionally reasonable. Will furnish
meals if desired.
1021 N. W. 2ND ST.
ten minutes of my good tia
a week .overtaxing my bna
have: the results go to a
else's credt. This is ~te
mention that most of the ddpj
9VadittbnfairjS Trini their res~l~i
collees~ have returned. R:g
you through no fault` of thd
Well, until I get more inspia.:
-tions from sitting under leap)
posts counting stars. (Please da'
take me literally).
AN ED)ISON STORY
Here is an Edison story thatil
lustrates the keen mind of the i
Edison had a peculiar glassa
tainer made for one of his expr.
ments. It was of no particle
shape and covered with knobs ald
other irregularities. He called h
two of his assistants and t~
them he wanted figures show~l
exactly how much the containr
'They went to work whh
,tinds of instruments, dived inter
higher mathematics and two day
later told Edison that they nearly
had the answer, would in a few
"Never mind," Edison told them,
''I had it two days ago." Natural.
ly they wanted to know how come.
"Just filled the thing with water,'
the inventor told them, "and the
measured the contents to a drop."
Incidentally, Edison was not an
easy man to work for as his mid
wa oa wyse js a little ahead d
e;s ~- -I...
TRE JEWISB FLORIDIAN
- ;r -L~C-
cb I H HAPPENINGS "
cbDoings At Miami High 4
house of learning--you know; the
place we attempt to digest fM le
sixth of the things taught to him
and forget four sixths and one
third of them. ( Figure diat one,
if you can). However, I'm no in
terested in the resu ts. -fe In
vacation that was one I
fact we ought to have anot Ir ne
to rest from this one. dl r
busily getting down to work an
what have you. (Mostly the latter)
Several students have ented two
academic contests. In fc w
have come out in the Algebra and
English contests. I won't men-
tion names as they appear to be
modest. However, if any happen
to get the trip to Gainesville, I'll
let you know.
During the holidays a new Jew-
ish club was organized. The stu-
dents from Miami High receiving
different offices were: Frederick
Schochet, president; Mildred Clein,
treasurer. If this club has one
of those lofty aims or purposps /
we do hope they succeed in their
Now this next matter is both
personal and public. It has come
to my ears (I think are capable
of hearing things straight) that I,
not only write this article once
every several weeks but I have
several contemporaries who have
their hand at it when I don't write*
mat u, r fseiso spndrat la t
of out of town guests including
Mr. R. Cohen. Vocal selections
were rendered by Martin Chochom
and Miss Reba Luria. #fr. M.
Silverman` presided.' Folk songs
were sung by those present.
Ben Liffits, who has been spend-
ing the holidays with his sister,
Mrs. Marry WCeinberg, 818 Jeffer-
son Ave., Miami Beach, has re-
turned to his home in New York
At the meeting of the Loyalty
Club held Tuesday night the fol-
lowing officers were chosen. Mrs.
Saye G. Rose, president; Mrs Mat-
tie Kuperberg, viec president;
Mrs. Ann Reisman, secretary and
Mrs. Benjamin Kohl, treasurer.
Mrs. Lena Simon the retiring
president installed the officers in
a few appropriate remarks.
Refreshments were served at a
late hour after the business ses-
sion was concluded.
Mr. and Mrs. 'Wim. Friedman
celebrated their twentieth wedding
anniversary last Sunday evening
by entertaining a number of
friends at their home. Bridge and
other games were enjoyed. Miss
Bernstein played a number of pi.
ano es ectionsA whlakwe ogrea -
freshments were served. Among
those present were Mr. and Mrs.
H. Rayvis, Mr. and Mrs. H. Simon
and son, Mr. and Mrs. Kirshberg,
Mrs. Michaelson, Mrs. Bernstein
and daughter of New York city,
and Mr. and Mrs. Pred of
Miss Rose Goldberg of Hotel
Briarfield, New York city and
Miss Emily Bernsweig of Long
Island are now stopping at the
Strathhaven Hotel, Miami Beach
and will leave this week for a
trip to Havana through the Farr
tours, returning to Miami where
they will remain for a short time.
Mrs. J. J. Hellman, president of
the Sourthern Hadassah Region
during her visit here was honored
with a large Tea and Musicale at
which over one himdred women
aThis affair was held on Decem-
ber 30, int -the' Hotel Helene on the
Beach from 3 to 5 p. m.
Mrs. Hellman, president of the
Southern Hadassah Region is on
the National Board, and is also a
sister of the National President
of Hadassah of America, Mrs. Ja-
This tea which was given hon-
oring her was given by the Miami
chapter of Senior ~Iadassah, it
was one of the most beautiful and
impressive events ever held here*
The meeting room was most ar-
tistically arranged in the very
Beautiful dinning room of Hotel
Helene, ferns and bougainvillea
were in profusion.
Mrs. S. H. Lutsky the president
opened the meeting by greeting
and welcoming all members and
their friends, and then she turned
the meeting over to Miss Rose-
mary Gersori, program chairman,
who in hr usal c arming manner
The first number was a group
of songs which were beautifully
sung by Mrs. H. Feibelman and
accompanied by Miss Hortense
Landesman, who is a favorite with
!Hadassah audiences. The second
number on the program was sev-
eral violin selections exquisitely
played by Mrs. Mar~ion Barry Tay-
lor and Miss Landesman.
Following the lovely musical
program, Mrs. Lutsky introduce.
Mrs. Hellman, who mna most in
spring and interesting manner
cers. She spoke of Haas a
achievements and accomplishments d
Iocue heera np h bymkng a
cona fo membership. Her talk
.a poleaore db an open forum rt
wic oti ee alL persons were priv-
ileged to participate in active dis-
csiion The program was con-
eued by the singing of Ratikyoh,
this was~ led by Miss Rosema'y
In one corner of the artistic
meeting room there was a large
and beautifully set sweet table
1Cfrs. M. Weiner, Mrs. B. Kohl,
Mrs. B. Weinkle, Mrs. S. Somberg,
Mrs. D. Bogen. the committee in
charge. Tea was served thur the
courtesy of the hotel.
While here Mrs. Hellman and
her mother, Mrs. Gell were enter-
tained at luncheon, and board
meeting which was held at Gersons
Inn; numerous other private af-
fairs were given for her.
Mrs. Hellman concluded her
s algng tour with Miami she
ha been touring thru the southern
cities of importance where there
are Hadassah chapters. Wednes.
day evening she returned to her
home accompanied by her charm-
ing young daughter, Joan.
On Monday, January d1 th 20
p. m., Hadassah is holding teir
hirt Jauar 1etn Cno t Al
An exceptionally fine program
is being arranged for this meet-
ing. Mrs. M. Dobrin guest speak-
er, will talk on "The Hebrew Uni-
versity," there will also be the
regular monthly message which
will be read by Mrs. A. L. Kan-
ter, a lovely musical program is
also being arranged. Refresh-
ments will be served. Visitors are
At the last executive board
meeting, Mrs. S. H. Lutsky was
elected as the delegate to attend
the Southern Hadassah Region
Conference. Mrs. Lutsky has been
asked to prepare a very impor-
tant paper which she is to pre-
sent at the conference, which takes
place in Atlanta on January 24-25.
The nominating committee was
The Ladjies' Auriliary ,of' th~e
Miami Jewish Otrhodox Congre-
gation will sponsor a card party
for the'henefit of. its .Talmud
Torah fund next Tuesday even-
ing in the vestry rooms of the
Synagogue wheti Mrs. Wm. Meck-
lowitz and Mrs. Morris Rappaport /
will be the hostesses. Prizes w~ill
be given and refreshments will be
Mr. Nathan Gordon of Union
City, N. Y., who was visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Pepper for sev-
eral weeks left for his home this
The meeting of the Junior Coun-
cil of Jewish Women scheduled
for next Monday evening has been
postponed and will bd held on
Monday evening January 17.
The Sisterhood of Chesed Shel
Emes is sponsoring a card party
at the London Arms Hotel, 727
Collins Ave., Miami Beach, Sun-
day evening, January 17. In
charge of arrangements is a com-
mittee consisting of Mrs. L. Iot-
kin as chairman, Mrs. J. Engler
and Mrs. L. Weinkle. Prizes will
be given for high scores and re-
freshments will be served. Because
ethe oapztor nhee p elic is r
ed to attend.
An important meeting of the
Young Israel Club was held last
Tuesday night when Miss Miriam
Greenwald was chosen treasurer.
Jack Peretzman was named pub-
licitity director. A constitution
was adopted and plans for the
work of the organization were
adopted. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan
and Rabbi L. Axelrod were chosen
honorary officers of the club. The
next meeting of the club will be
held at the home of Miss Rosalyn
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lazarus are
spending their honeymoon in Mi-
ami as the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Pepper and Mr. and Mrs.
Max Schapiro. Mrs. Lazarus is
the former Miss Yetta Schapiro
of Jeeksonville, Fla. While here
they r ben extensively enter-
Mrs. Meyer Tarlin left for Jack-
sonville, Fla., after having spent
about a year in Miami. She will
make her home there.
Beth David Sisterhood will hold
a board meeting in the form of a
luncheon next Wednesday, Janu-
ary 18, at the Talmud Torah. Mrs.
L. Weinkle and Mrs. HI. H. Farr
are in charge of the luncheon. A
regular meeting of the Sister-
hood will follow at 2 p. m. to
which aH members are invited.
The Mazda Club (light of
friendship) met recently at the
home; of Miss Anita Bernstein for
the transaction of ~its business.
Following the business session a
program was presented in which
the Cromer sisters gave several
vocal selections. Refreshments
wee sevd at a lbt hdeat. The
home of Miss Janice Brill.
A very nice and enjoyable' even-
ing was spent by the large nul-
ber of members and guests present
at the supper given by the WC7o-
man's Clulb of the 'Workmen's Cir-
cle last Susiday evening at their
hall, when' Mrs. M.; Kaler was hios-
tess. During .the evening .brief
addresses were made by a number
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Mr. and Mrs. W~asserman enter-
tained a number of friends at a
New Year's eve party when danc-
ing, games and special entertain-
ment was enjoyed. A New Year's
breakfast was served shortly aft-
er midnight. Among those present
were Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Wol-
pert, Mr. and Mrs. A. W7Callerstein,
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Aronowitz,
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Farr, Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Dubler, Chester Wal-
,der, Mrs. and Miss Goldberg of
Detroit, and others.
On January 27, the annual ball
of the Woman's Club of the Work-
men's Circle will be held at the
Woman's Club on N. E. Bayshore
Drive, when elaborate entertain-
ment will be furnished in addition
to the music. In charge of ar-
rangements is a committee con-
sisting of Mesdames M. Kaler, E.
Kats f, Hnry SeitlinR s dlvtr
Celebrating the birthday f thei
another, Mrs. Isidor Cohen, a bir h-
day celebration was given last Fri-
day evening by Mr. and Mrs.
Sydney L. Weintraub. Variofas
entertainment was provided and a
most enjoyable time was had.
During the evening a delicious
salad course was served. Among
the guests present were Mr. and
Mrs. M. Weingarten, Mr. and Mrs.
M. Rubin, Dr. and Mrs. Max
Ghertler, Mr. and Mrs. M. Rubin,
Dr. and Mrs. S. Aronowitz, Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Dubler, Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis Brown, Mr. and Mrs.
H. H. Farr, Mr. and Mrs. M.
Scheinberg, Mr. and Mrs. Ruter,
Mt~. and Mrs. Walder, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Czech and Mrs. Max Aron-
The Workmen's Circle is spon-
soring a lecture at its hall, 701 N.
W. Fifth Ave., on Sunday, Jan-
uary 17, when Mr. S. Litt will
speak on "The Depression and its
Effect on Child Education." The
public is invited to attend.
Mrs. Max Ghertler entertained
Tuesday at bridge honoring her
daughter in law, Mrs. D. Ghertler,
of New York city, her daughter,
Mrs. S. Shapiro of Canada, a sis-
ter, Mrs. Greenfield of New York
and several of out of town guests.
Six tables of bridge were in play.
During the afternoon refreshments
were served. Among guests pres-
ent were Mesdames J. Richter, P.
Scheinherg, Chas. Greenfield, Mor-
ris Pratt, Isidor Cohen, Mrs.
Blumenthal, Neil Finkelstein of
Jacksonville, Fla., Dave Davis, of
Jacksonville, Geo. WColpert, Max
Kirsch, Mrs. Mutchnik of Michi-
gan, M. Rubin, S. Aronowitz,
Sidney L. Weintraub, S. Wolfson,
Lewis Brown, Morris Dubler, Na-
than Frank and Sylvia Frank of
New York, Sonya Snowe, Rubin
Walpert, L. Seiden, I. Greenfield.
Plans are now being concluded
for the gala fashion show that is
an annual event with the Senior
Council of Jewish Women and
which will be held at the Scottish
Rite Temple on Monday evening,
February 8. Bernie Mayerson's
Orchestra~ will be in charge of the
music and will lead in the show.
More than fifty-two girls will
model various styles and designs.
Mrs. Al Seiden is general chair-
man of the committee making ar-
angments for the event.
Mr an Mrs Jue erm
are ann ucin the bi h Penalman
January 1, at Jackson Memorial
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A number of prominent out of
ian guests will speak and a
lendid musical entertainment
11 be provided. Mr. I. Levin is
airman of the arrangements
A very interesting meeting of
e Junior Council of Jew~ish WTo-
en was held last Tuesdayi niirkf
1Kaplan hall. Final reports on
'e annual December dance spon.
,red by the organization were re-
lived. Plans are now being made
ra theater party of which Mrs.
arnReder is in charge. During
leevening Mrs. Sydney L. Wein-
ubspoke. Miss Evelyn Marks
ayda number of *piano seleo
asand the Misses Goldie and
liaMiller at the piano and
clndelighted the audience with
number fd mus cal ar n e
tPresident .to fill the vacancy
i hat offee,
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~FT'Ci! TFtlrtran rerl r\rru~rrrr
One of the prettiest events of
the season was the New Year's
Eve banquet at the Nemo hotel
Miami Beach, last Thursday night
for the benefit of the Hebrew
Friendly Inn. Gathered around
the beautifully decorated tables
were more than one hundred of
Miami's representative Jewish cit-
izens. The large dining room was
decorated with potted palms and
other tropical plants, with stream-
ers of varied colors hanging from
pillar to pillar. Little Zionist
flags were mingled with the Amer-
ican colors at each place and ad-
ded to the spirit of the evening
Mess Goldberg and Albaum, ope
rators of the Nemo Hotel made
every effort to make the evening's
festivities one to be long remem-
bered. Talent providing amuse-
ment during the evening included
Mrs. Louis Joseph and Louis Green
of the New York Jewish Operetta
Co., Martin Chochom, the well-
known tenor, Cantor Boris Sch-
lachman, and Miss Hortense Lan-
desman at the piano, in addition
to a six piece orchestra that had
been provided for dancilig. In
charge of arrangements was a
committee including I. L. Mintzer,
president of the Hebrew Friendly
Inn, as chairman and Mrs. I. L.
Mintzer, Mrs. R. Yunes, Mrs. I.
Cohen,. Mrs. Morris Dubler, B.
Schlachman, Mrs. J. Engler, Mrs.
L. Brown. Actively assisting the
chairman were also Messrs. Harry
Wasserman and B. Fleeman.
Guests during the evening includ-
ed Rabbi Lazarus Axelrod of Beth
Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach.
Last week Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Dubler entertained a number of
griends at their home in Coral
Gables. Bridge and pinochle were
enjoyed. High score prizes were
won by Mrs. Chas. Breenf ield, Mrs,
S. M. Machtei /nd Mrs. H. H~
Farr. During the evening a buffet
luncheon was served. Among those
present were Mr. and Mrs. Chas
Greenfield, Mr. and Mrs. H. H
Farr, Mr. and Mrs. S. Wallerstein
Mr. and Mrs. C. Walder, Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis Brown, Mr. and Mrs
Isidor Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. Stan
ley C. Myers, Mr. and Mrs
The Champion Young Men's
Club basketball team inaugurated
the second half at the Y. M. C. A.
Sunday School Basketball League
with a 41 to 30 win over Stanton
With Ralph Grossman and Izzie
Schwartz hitting the loop consis-
tently, the boys in blue overcame
an early disadvantage and forged
ahead in a brilliant five-man of- ,
fensive. The score stood 20 to
11 at the end of the first half.
In the second half Weinkle re-
placed Hirsch at center, the latter
dropping back to guard. With
the added offensive power the
squad continued to score in a spir-
ited display of fast teamwork.
Ralph Grossman led in scoring,
accounting for 16 points. Izzie
Schwartz goaled 14.
A very interesting and pretty
affair was the "Pidyon Haben"
last Sunday afternoon of the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schwartz
at their home on N. E. 2nd Ave.
Mr. S. Weinstock of Rockaway,
Long Island, N. Y., a winter visi-
tor to Miami was the "kohen",
and Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation officiated and spoke brief-
ly in Yiddish. After the formal
ceremony refreshments were serv-
ed to the many friends and rela-
Beth David Sisterhood entertain-
ed twelve tables of bridge at their
card party last Sunday evening,
'at the Beth David auditorium
when Mesdames Chas. Goldsten, B.
IKandel, J. Kats and S. J. Spector
were the hostesses. Mrs. Louis
'Weinkle won the door prize, and
hihr sMoreRa f, Mrs. S. A esobf
and Mr. B. Kandel. At a late hour
refreshments were served.
Mrs. W. J. Barge and daughter,
Sybil, have returned to 1Miami
!from Ashevilie, N. C., to spend
.Miss Sid ~Goldberg who was the
;house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
!Friedman, returned to her home
. in New York city after spending
.several weeks here.
I~irs D. J. Apte, chairman of
nts for the Tri-State
,vetion of Sisterhoods, which
11meet here in Miarch, appoint~-
committees on arrangements
ndy at meeting at Kaplan
1.They are as follows: Regis-
atio, Mrs. I. L. Rosendorf and
rs. ordon Davis; flowers and
actions, Mrs. Harry Nevins;
usic, Mrs. H. U. Feibelman;
anprtaton, Mrs. J. Simpson;
usng, Mrs. I. L. Seligman; pro-
asand badges, Mrs. Rosen-
rf;luncheons, Mrs. Adolph
ertheimer, Mrs. J. A. 'Richter,
rs Gordon Davis and Mrs. M.
ome and Mrs. Louis Zeients.
Mrs. L. Zeients led the sister-
odin prayer. Delegates to the
invention were named as follows.
r.Isaac Levin, Mrs. Apte, Mrs.
cb H. Kaplan and Mrs. H. E.
linman. Alternates are Mrs*
avis, Mrs. Seligman, Mrs. ~J. 4*
cter and Mrs. Wertheimer* .0 :
.Some coming events were 8n-,
une.There ~will 'be: g~a qve9-:
gparty, January 17, with Mrs.
.E. Kleinman and Mrs. Selig-
anin charge. An afternoon card
rywill take place January 25
the home of Mrs. H. H. Miller*
birthday luncheon will be Feb-
ry1, with 'Mrs. Riichter' and
r.C.: L. Resiner in charge, and
musical is planned for Febiru-
y10, with Mrs. Larry Fay_ as
Dr. Kaplan gave an inspirational
de.Piano numbers were pre-
nted by Annie Laurie Lee, and
ca selections wre gvenh b
dycircle, last Wednesday-re
mdits activities at Kaplan
11at 9:45 at m.
A public installation of the re-
ntyelected of ficers f or Sholem
deof Bnai Brith will be held
the Palatial Kosher Restaurant
xtTuesday evening, January 12
7 p. m., when Mr. WT. L. WNil-
methe retiring president ~will
rmly installed the officers. Thre
bleis invited to. a~ttend anid
Inake reservations by cal~ing
y member of the committee dr
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WIEST ~ PL gCB OFIPI
Ylrs M.Screake, aepresetative
country reported yearning for.
sight of anow, it is fae t o
be necessary to bring back;i
Northwest Miounted Poliee sof
The Rardio Manded Uitue~
next door tapped hesitandl f
Mrs. William Spink's door alogj
about 11 a. m.
"Please, Mrs. Spink," he plab
ed, could we borrow you a
USorry," said Mrs. Spink qug
ly, "you can't. He's at the office "
All creatures, even the had~
lest "enjoy the process by wh4/
they earn their livelihood," adei
ing to a French savant. I hrr
noticed that, particularly in t
ease of politicians andmoqtl
Corsican authorities are e
ing hard to clear the island
bandits, in the interest of the
ist business. More tourrists vie
the island every year, andofi
are shocked to learn that a
of them are robbed before a
reach the hotel keepers.
to sa dn' btker some
Teil your pipe stories to
plumber. He enjoys them.
As a role the average wa
is more genereas than precise
fact, it is laziness and cwri
My father was aditnus
large congregation. He e
hesi-tate~d to have views or to gi
them vigorours expression.So
times parishioners criticised hit
Be said to me onee: "It I do
know better than the ma
of my congregation what soni
preaching my people shouldha
than Iam not entitled tobett
The president of a croa
with world-wide interests oughtl
know more than his sokod
or his customers.
He ought to know whbether
present tariff policy is a helpd
a hinsdrance to our economic
and have the courage to say
He ouoght to know whetner
foreign debts should or should
he revised, and guide his4
holders in their thinking.
He ought to knroarw &
policy should be toward Boai
Ourrs is a democracy for
genmertion- or more we have
luring our best brains ink
T tme is coming when
bna ba ms eder
cad ~aabe IbrrtCongress
HOW TO) YEASUBBg
Mkt in deeds, not ym r
In fseelags, not in ioa
Wito thigh laos st.
blfast m*Is O
I re bu a me as t
S By Mlilton A. Friedman a This is the thitet Ia~_Er r
i ii aa aa aa ~~ ~ its of artircl on Hadsaog
E80 hum! Yacat~ion is- over anJ t~ itow n ob te mst imor r nOi utc efrs
work~~~~~ msstranw Latwe tnth o~r~hganiza nsa ia~ge ceremonies free and. throws
I did not write an article for this h ews in a present of a dollar to every
column because I thought I Ough~: Th ineiggopsest bride. Up to that pomnt, two can
Ti~~~t! ~ lidn~i Fru si~kjtionlive as cheaply as one.
not do anyv work wFhatsozever, ana :nae for iltsef so P"it pIt
therefore enjoy a regular vac's- w~ithin thl r~::k of thewn: Thc~ f rt dhi ma ocos
tion. ivne yp ae unded the Arabian desert is coming to
Howeer, ere am gainwas e spcifi insiutons likE; this country to look around. If
a freshbatch f home ome .rms and: their he thinks he'll have to travel 100
news( a la Phil Cook)! i5~.irrci ar og:.:-:::: in the form m-iles to an noasi he has been mis-
Students are flocking hsba 1ck~ fc a Wo`rkir-ng-womi n a Counc'il inform med.
byr the hour. Evetryhere onG the! Mon-:fE: Hai-Poeloths. It is this 1 ( !
campus one hears the failroiar c* iCouncul wh:ich 5:ieadfastly aims to Being in receipt of a treasury
j"Hey there, howf'd you enjoy :rhe 'e:u ~e ndwdrfed for tax refund of $85,022, Uncle Andy
vacation?" Inev-itaby the' a::s womeni::- agTr~ltu1Ire ara~ mou;- Silello is in the position of the
wAer is, "Boy, I had a heluva- ge>:y :aw~- iht hi ate us o oo h o phs
time." However, it doeSr.`; :3- t a-::rht:: re ;ramr movein:err: and ~lin on surprise party.
a mind reader to knowf hOw tri~pQ i goealcn1!r.
enjoye themslves trer :ces p s group?. the a~u.Im o It w-ould be all right for that
stx math . . S1ee
one Yar .. . ss.@
Volume .- number 2
Friday, January 8, 19 ~
Co-op~ertion is the magic wford
being bandied about today as the
secame for opening the gat~ewfay
to satisfaction and success That
it is true to a great extent is
ev-ide~nt, that the lack of it caues
harm is event trur in the Jewfish
commuunities of Greater MiamL
There was- a time not sco ln
S3age wromnu rtedc iat a real
hones-t to g~oodness Talmud Torah
of more than one hundred daily.
When. the Synagogues boasted of
recular a9ttendance at the danily
services inclding even the late
Friday night eri~ces. Today t. ..
with the population rea~tly inl-
creased, with splendid edi~fics
ready, wilf~ling and anxious to re-
ceiveP children, and worshippers. -
Toda not an officer or mem-
ber of any Synag~ogue, Reform,
ConsPervativ or Orthodox dares
evepn whisper of the a ~c~noe
The lack of it is too, self appar~entt
Today, wit~h all the modernity- pes-
sleni RaMA pt tep Cos~
tihe Beth David with its varied
attractiolns both are bewariing the
fact that attendance has greatly
mad Torabs of the Orthodox Syna-
together they hav-e nowhere nar
the afttenane that a single Tal-
mad Toanh a number of years ago
had, without even taking into com -
sideration thte increae of popular.
Ition. Why !
Tobday with the splendid asi-
trane of the city~ to msinr
of Miami and Miami Beach we
have krosher laws that manyQ cat-
monities throughout the cou~nt~ry
haven~t But to haut good?
Ist's ot. like ostriches, bury
.our heads in the sand and forget
the actual. facts with which we am
faced. Int's honestly and truly
try and tet together with the sh-
n that &i~s roen amarato
whas it or needs and prlz
to mer. However, Miami pro-
per has no Kashmt cmmPittee.
That should be estahlished. The
Greater M2iami coImrmunit has too
manyr Jewih boys sad girls that
have arve seen the inside of a
'Talad Toa o indticat a
healthy sritmatiam. We can sad
mast apr C~ihilre must
,batts wichi one is a matter for
the parents, Ims that hemuta-
- aged, is the mattr ra ml cas at B
Spagagmes must insens their
ws..hapsseem.. J are m
gver LlLt em~d a y epces xrsereat orator to expound the pro-
One fac~e is sunburn,, thus ear var;it Or:: o calpito an hour and 40 minutes,
ly showing th~ e~ffcts~ of a war;= I 1:ptdb h fh uthd' adi a sl-
sun, a beach, the refreshoxg ce": ;i Nasir Itric (Jewis evient itws"el
beautiful oc-ean andi ever~~lr:S eeso .wncco- ,
else that goes to maikei up :5iat derng facitis A average of 70 pounds of live
paradise on eayrth, M ami. Ane...-, ~ par a;rr :'ret country y. salmoin produces 418 pounds of edi-
er fac is rdiant show IcI 1:= e. a wa~~r x- tde fish, states a packer. The re-
effects of a cool, perhaps ..:1c0' r-r i Or.: en:D~rciaery, Jcar nsde. a E vtrn e
section of the country wi:z i: 1 -:s-i:wr. t3nanea .F eeasr-
of~~~~~~~~~~~~~ exrieadpenyo u.5- ~::nn e ofmber it, is then put mnto cans.
another face has no smile, or tas; Ea sa nac I
a very sick~ly one and~ a tT ve~ry me ".~6i i~:~Parents- call us the rising gen-
expresionI. This either ~Shows :~a- B acies-eaion," says flapper Fannie, "but
the student is not useat~- to ge:::1~:: I firs: t doesn't mean they know what
up for an 8:30l class~, after havil:S ij. re w r pt
had two weeks vsacaion, or tils ;S-i he up-u t.
the student hasd Eine p r s,- ne Poli:en~ess is a coin that passes
but theme is no reason fojr 1:. r5 curn neeyln.
I'lldesst. n~ I ns nark He is a poor humorist who is
Getting~~~ downr tonw.Rd:The won en / unable to make his butter from
life right now, is turn~i~ hng itowr swihtk hecemo i oe
athlenes.j Five.:sr~s sports are~ no :ee build of hi jo
going on in earWer m prepaira-PT 1mns
tion for intercollegiae competiti.:: :I 0i gar~2zat: n~i hKissing comes as natural to a
in the near funtture The rspo--' 0 rer -g l as a fly does to a baldhead.
basket bal rsig og
tennis and swimming. ~: a:%5 NTLLTal I
There is oiry one Jewisht cad-alag i
date for th~e basket ball :eanr, Ju- eZi: .: R O e
thus Friedmana, h~e was- fomerly a5 j~ is- n : anr tr~:a, n: Ttg W a f
member of the Ida Ml. Fsiishe Htighfam adn-- :he~t s:P: :: n~T:ajfai.S By BRUCE BAR[TON
s-chool quintet, Jack Daly~ is ou : oA v :e giulrl
f or the managerhp; he w~a~-CS onJ tri & 2:i: :r :::ir. if womI1en. WHERE BUSINESS IS TO
the squad last barU. Hdsa t. c i n-BLA1E
It seeins that Jew~ish boys-~ arecerned wi-.ti :Eereb heal:h prob I w-as lunching with a group of
managing everything :Es ye-i. ier~8 of :r. e x::zr adl :ends high executives, and the dises-
Joe Fleishakier is manager ie: :*ox- mr n :: c-:t-as ze p~r- sion turned to economic problems.
'ne .^-caiTE rpta=r or: ve/;-i emei=cia earihis-i : ~r::E d=- Prsently out came the usual line
squad is rrn owbz .ac~g em-taeehi::rghi rar:adp n fcomn
workouts an en~es. 5sys n: o sensi ConreeSS is a bunch of idiots.
As for westing the fe~lowf~s!\ r io -y er, i--o_ :1 l'r.- E,: pla?-- How~ can we hope for any sensi-
thowngeah thr ruitdL fetrou i g.s.-;.; itn is as gaigr. bagawnsbiie program when our laws are
Jewry Cohen, captain, Gec;rrge-,; :m .=*rus. aa and mnade by such men?'*
Reich~gots and Miike Kasant7f ::l ns it diseases These I was annoyed.
A lotof fliew are5-1 ab-:+== e w.. r:v w-- .Tv :r.:r.k: XAl my business life I have lit-
sorbed in the ~fin game of team5~.:'I" "ougware ir:-.5 :: th athan ened to that sort of talk. I have
The lobbers (thi is a word l~ican ns '.Ers Hei, Ii th~ CeC~ers kn~rown a good many Senators and
made uip mean~in fedows6 who ti:l~ deris tc an Tel: Aviiv. It i Conglr~ressen Myl judgment is
lobs. Lobs is a term~, ofr terens* ': acide~~rras! t: EHaiassan hasthat they are fairly representative
are Harvey Scharizra-. Da\:~ 5" at ip::"ar.: stefe it ~r- of the nation, neither better nor
Minadlin Brunny Be~r dnecr. ic onr--rr.a- :n re c"..:-r~Tng te orse than the rest of us. They
stel, Joe Stein and Bb Coh=2. ataarh;c: I:-rict. wh~ich doi not ongmiate very much in the
The only Jewihs bo?- ou: fir i,-,t ;lareerned ri:r. th weH mattr of national policyrndleg I
swimming is George Sahaxmant. lir wrrzelr. LTnd cildr;GEn fren iisation. They merely record. in
cill probaF bly maketh team. :c tr-ii iT tr~: jc 1 sw. inws:a the sentiment that growsaP n
ff~r~if recenie Z I-tcs ;er- in the country; around thems. They
er-~or e~irtck. al iorward- respond to public opinion.
ana~filliated with eithe Synagia i-ig P-iz-e womec are so i-. And habt does Big Business do
w en hr is Pods toberko~~` Equal~ Psight c~ai 0 1 ~ubi opi iodn? fotcl th
au athe oon~~r Jew I i- Tapolit ~ ve=~ff~ ery young man who enters
appeuana, in this Magic City of mmg tuto a! edsera la Big Business is told in effect
own. ~~s~r tiid ins-ance of an ir-j "Now you have taken the ed
We are daily- beset with~ ther bd metnga m- Fr~om now you must not exppsres
evils of transints. p~rofessing :o0~r~~ .d sand rehfusng to any opinion on a controersial
be Rbbis wholate tur on::0 mob~t. Th fight subject. You are no longer mee-
be simple scablawgs They do this :s~ st Lill beint waged ly an individual; you are the rep-
cmmunity antak harn with brb.: domesc fr ation beair wmen s resentative of a large body of
Jewrs and nonden.s d:nh~ e Rabci~nica C ing subject :a srtckholders who hold divergnt
lat' cooperte or te cmmo cr~~izen of~ r (if they re ntlews on almost everthing. Yug
good CInt's fllO o the Talnd Torahs :t-ncasin stP~rattle), them is an must not offend eiter or IM.
let's taild upn the Syaoa esod pre t ,ago ,r thge to secure inter- holders or ouCr cutomers Your
et' ALL woRK AND CO-OPE- Iship. 42torce. manea-c dn n. uty is oto okad
RATIE FOR THE COMMONI;,- bei n n muhsa
GOOIL What any yea communall problm a modern spirit. The Bit bnkers ad carprtentoB
womens? 0 pbaro hid rasses i an ra moBregr this a oe 'L
on the br in can sor
avoided by using pa
" The J ACOBEA .N "
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Edited by RABBI LAZARUS AXELROD
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of that period he returned to his
family. Not wishing to over-
whelm them with surprise he went
into the Beth Hamidrash and sent
his wife word of his return.
His wife, however, did wish to
surprise him. She therefore sent
their son, Ray Hoshes, to the Beth
Hamidrash (Synagogue) to debate
with his father, instrneting him
not to reveal his identity. Ray
Hoshea asked many difficult ques-
tions. Ray Chama was greatly
astonished ta~ the young man's in-
genuity and he heaved a deep sigh,
tik If a cha ben ani e my
this young man."
When Ray Chama entered his
house he noticed that the young
man followed him. He thought that
he desired to continue the discus-
sion, and he stood up before him.
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Rottner of New York ei y.
Charming bride to be was
in Norwa~lk Cork, where
attended Hillside privatee
1o. Coming to kdiami she en-
EdHarris' school from wKhich
graduated in 1929. She is
remember of the sophom ie
sistaltshoe a me er oL 'I'mple
el Alumnae and active in the
kof the organization.
r.Rottner is a native of New
city where he received ble
nation graduating from the
vrsity of the City of New
kand later receivmng hiis den-
degree at t a me ins iin.
a Epsilon, honor fraternity,
Be te thiAlp a, ad O tegh
gh still a very young man he
laen ornowe by aontm n
department of the Univer-
of the City of New York in
operative and ceramic divi-
Kantors are well known in
communal life of Miami, Mr.
trhaving been a heavy con-
utrto the Talmrud Torah, a
president of the Hebrew
eLoan Aslsociation, and active
Teple Israel. Mrs. Kantor is
ntraioal Known Author
an y, Jan. 10, 8 p. In*
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THE BURNING BUSH
From Egypt Moses went away,
He said he really couldn't stay
Bcdausee t ere was ic king.
On freM fm out as bs ai risse,
Thenawith his hands he hid his
He knew it was a holy place.
And from the spot where was the
From out the bush a Voice there
It was the Voice of God, he knew*
To tell him just what he should do.
God said: "With brother Aaron go
Into the palace of Pharaoh,
And say that God demands that he
Should right now set the Hebrews
But Pharaoh laughed and he said,
Swdll not let your people go!
How God did punish him, we'll see,
And justly so, you will agree.
-S. H. Galaton.
Michel Klemtner Invites You to
Stop at the
Washington, Cor Espanola WYay
Bathing from Hotel, Ocean one
$10.00 per week and up. Very
low season and monthly rates
8fonetive in Temple Israel Sis-
A formal reception will be held
later in the season.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lippman
and family of New York are vis-
itors at the Blackstone hotel, Mi-
ami Beach. Mrs. Yetta Hartman,
Miss Efattie Haatman and Charles
Hartman, of New York, have also
arrived at the Blackstone for the
;M .and Mrs. M. Levy of New
wood r~e registered at the Fern-
Mr .and Mrs. Max M. Newman
of New York are staying at the
Penn' Plaza apartments for the
Mr. and Mrs. W. Goldberger,
and daughter, Miss Irene .Gold-
berg r,eof Chicag ar Cmn t n
Mrs. Charles S. Adelman, Miss
Luie an Bob Aemn and Mrs.
guests at the ,Fernwood apart-
THE LEGEND OF LIGHT
Have you heard of the legend of
Do you know of what stars dream
by night ?
When they open-eyed sleep,
And they golden-eyed peep
Adown to this world from on
They all dream of our earth, I am
As a heaven besprinkled with gold;
Bush and stone--each star
Seems to them from afar-
And this gloomiest globe is their
-r. M. Rtaskin.
The Miami Beach Jewish Social
set, an organization of Jewish
young men and women met at
Davidson's Restaurant last Tues-
day night for a brief business ses-
sion which was followed by bridge
and dancing. More than eighty
members attended. Gil Ornstein
won first prize at bridge, and Al
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STORY OF A RABBI
Jewish Academy, where he stud-
ied for twelve years. ~At the end s urprised, and, falling on his son's
Mazor consolation. Through the
courtesy of the City officials the
orhnizationigwillbmeg n ev v
January 14, at the Miami Beach
Country Club. After the dancing
refreshments were served
Final plans have been completed
for the big event of the Sister-
hood of Beth Jacob Congregation
to be given next Tuesday evening
January 12. At the Helene hotel'
Miami Beach. Many reservations
are being made for the card games
that will be enjoyed. Prizes of
value will be awarded
ments will be served.
is urged to attend.
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a WEST PALM ]BE~Cgg &
Congregation Beth El and its
Sisterhood held' a joint meeting
Thursday when i~mport~int business
was transacted and plans laid for
the installation of its recentlyrelec-
The regular monthly meeting of
the Jewish Welfare Bureau of the
IPalm Beach was held at Beth Is'
rael Temple last Wednesday night*
The Hebrew Literary society of
Congregation Beth El resumed its
sessions last Monday when Rabbi
S. Wrubel delivered a brief ad-
drss on odeRn bE uionne Ne
the Congregation will speak on
"Zionism." All members of the
Congregation and visitors are in-
The usual Friday eevning .serv-
ices will begin at 8:15 p. m. at
Beth Israel Temple with Dr. Carl
N. Herman officiating.
Mrs. Dave Feldman president at
ceh Is ale Sse ghod last Tunt
The Parent Teachers Association
and Child Study group of Beth Is-
rael will be held Monday evening
at 8:30 when Dr. Herman will
speak on "The Science of Psych.
ology and its Relation to Child
Study." This will be followed by
a discussion to be led by Missi
S. A. Goldstein, president of the
P. T. A. ...
Mr. M. Dave of Durham, N. C.,
left for his home after spending
several weeks here with his daugh-
ter and son in law, Mr. and Mrs.
Begizining last Saturday regular
servieds will be held every Sat-
urda~y morning during the winter
at Congregation Beth El with Dr.
Kleinfe~ld in charge.
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Berg of New
York city are spending the winer
here. Last week they enjoyed a
Fishing trip with a number of
Mr. and M~rs. J. C. Kaufman of
Chicago are again spending the
winter here where they have been
Mr. and M s. S ~M. J~ess will
formally dedfecate th~eircmelfr hbme
next Wednesday evening with a
party to which many of their
friends and relatives have been in-
vited. Rabbi L. Lehrer will re-
cite appropriate prayers*
Many of the Jewish residents
of St. Petersburg will attend the
nuptials of Miss Lena Argintar
to Mr ~oris Coolik~ap
day eveningS in Ta neg
Rabbi aiolgh Bu~e Oi
cja~e~siat Lbi eh ~rer i
800o 8. w. POIIFearth
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ST. PETEjRSBULRG NEWS in charge of Rabbi L. Lehrer.
mre' a nsal ag tServices last Friday night were A card party wrill be he~ld Sun
tendance. The address by Dr. M. hall for the benefit of the Sister-
S. Lunin on the "Medical Aspects hood. Prizes will be given for
of Kashruth" drew much favora- high scores and refreshments will
ble comment. Kiddush was as us- be served. Many reservations
ual recited by some of the smaller have been made and a very enjor-
pupils of the T'almud Torah. Reg- able time is being. planned.
ular evening services are being -
conducted and regular SaibbathF Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wittners
rvi Oe ~ a r~m~na formally dedicatedR tir newL nme
with prayer bl dabi a supper
coming regularly for the past wih wus phoa swe re b uplaed
wentyyears* *and various entertainment was
Mr. and Mrs. A. Giralski and provided. Among those attending
Mrs. Brooks or South Bend, Ind., were Mr. and Mrs. J. Goldman,
spent the week end here and stop- Mr. and Mrs. Ed Goldman, Mrd
ped at the Roumanian Inn. and Mrs.i r.GoldBento Mr. n
The regular Sunday night card and Mrs. H. Herman, MI<. and
party was held at the home of Mrs. S. M. Jess, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Schutzer, 420 Jacob Wittner of Tampa, Mr. and
Hampton Road. Following the M~rs. M. Hl. Kistler of Tampa, E.
games refreshments were served. Fuchs, Miss Belle Goldman, Mr.
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