The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 18, 1931
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:00150

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Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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STune In Sunday 2 p. m. Station



Feel' th
~Florid ng tat the prestige of Miami Jewry will be enhanced, the Jewish
Foinin at great cost to itself, is again sponsoring a Jewish Radio Program
over Station WQAM beginning Sunday, December 20th, at 2 p. m.
Jewish music alone is to be presented. The famous Bernie Mayerson of
Chicago will lead the Jewish Floridian Orchestra in Jewish classical and dance
music. Noted vocalists will appear from time to time.
Shulamis, the famous Jewish operetta of Goldfadlin will be featured on
th irst program. "Rozhinkes and Man dlen", "Die Shvuoh", "Shulamis Mesh-
uga are just a few of the famous compositions that will be played, and sung
for your benefit.
Remember ...Sunday, December 20th, 2 p. m. Station WQAM for the
Jewish Floridian Radio Program *


Announcements

MIAMI JEWYISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
1545 8. W. Third Street
ISAAC M. WAPNER, Rabbi
JONAH ECA LN,

The usual Friday evening s~er-
vices at 5:45 will be followed by
the late services at 8:30, when
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan will preach
in English on "Our Pursuit for
pleasure." Rabbi I. M. WNapner
will, preach in Yiddish.
The usual Saturday morning
services will begin at 9 a. m. and
Congregational singing will be led
by the Rabbi.

CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(Conservative)
139 N. W. Third Avenue
S. M. MACHTEI, Rabbi
At the 8 o'clock service tonight
Rabbi S. M. Machtei will preach
on "The Tenth of Tavais". Asoroh
Betavais is a minor fast day in
memory of the siege of Jerusalem
prior to the destruction of the
Temple.; Cantor Louis Hayman
will chant the ritual. A social
hour will follow. Everyone is wel-
come. tomorroww morning serv-
!ices will begin at 8:30. Sunday
School classes will meet at 10 a.
m., -on Sunday in the Talmud
Torah.

TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
187 N. E. Nineteenth Street
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi
Sabbath services will be held at
Temple Israel Friday evening at
8:15. Dr. Kaplan will speak on
the subject "Organized Govern-
ment"'. The public is welcome.
There will be no Wednesday Bible
Class this coming week on account
of the busy season.

CONGREGATION BETHZ JACOB
(Orthodoz)
811 Washington Avenue
Misal Beach
L. AXfELRODj, Eabbi
The usual early services begin
at 5:45 p. m. with the late ser-
vices at 8:15 p. m.' when Cantor
Schlachman will lead the slerviees.
Rabbi L. Azelrod will preach the
meual sermon in E~nglish.
SaturdaY morning services be.
gin at 9 a. m.


Will Banquet at

Beach Sunday

The annual Banquet of the
Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery
Association will be held at the
Nemo Hote~l Miami Beach, Sunday
night, be sninga 0 sAs pao

musical entertainment will be
presented.
The University of Miami Sym-
phony Trio consisting of Walter
Grossman, Frances Druckerman,
and E~stelle Cromer will present
a concert of dinner music. Rose
Mary Gerson will be heard in a
number of vocal selections and
she will be accompanied by Miss
Frances Druckerman at the piano.
Adele Segall will give a number
of readings. Among those who
wiam spakA aro M.HMax Dobrn

oJoandCohe wil be tmetastmMs-
ter. The financial report of the
orgammzation will be presented and
no appeals for money will be
made. The main object of the
annual banquet is to afford Mi-
amians the opportunity of learn-
ing of the splendid work of the
organization,
Benefit Dance Is Planned
A benefit dance for the Talmud
Torah fund of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation will be
held January 19, at the Woman's
Club Ballroom under h y auspice

ayr~lre M the si ral annual af-

Prominent Athlete Is Hurt
E. Max Goldstein was one of
tlhe passengers injured in an auto
accident, Thursday while return-
ing from the University of Miami
where he issan assistant coach.
Mr. Goldstein is one of the prom-
inent Jewish lawyers of this sec-
tion.

A musical and novelty pi'ogram
will be presented for the enter-
tainment of the guests. Tickets
will be sold beginning next week.
ANOPNLTE
Mr. Editor,
Jewish Floridian.
City.
Dear Sir:-
For a' long time we have
watched with interest your ap-
peals for a kosher butcher shop

kohrat resonabbe rice W
are now ready to meet your
challenge. At great cost to our-
selves we have imported to
Miami young corn fed steers of
the finest quality, alive. To in-
sure kashrus we will have them
slaughtered by our "shoched",
Canter Nathan Wroobel, You
may see for yearself the slen-
did quality of beef that will be
furnished the Jewish pubic. We
indite the Rabbis of Greater
Miami, yea and all the Jews of
this section to come out to our
slaughter house and to assure
yourselves of 'everything that
we esy.
WWB have cat our prices low
enough to meet the demands of
the most exacting and are gir-


Ing far better quality than ever

Will the JPewih people re-

SinerelyJ,
JOB RIElBMAN, Inc.


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orida, Friday, December 18, 1931


iscayne Fronton

()pens Tomorrow

Under the d rcton$ of Samuel
ntor, the Biscayne Fronton will
>e Viami's ninth season of Jai
li, Saturday night. Mr. Kantor,
hohas been presenting sueess-
asport events here for many
ar, has signed up eighteen of
greatest athletes from Spain,
ba Brazil, Peru and Mexico to
a ,pt 'n t i alai battles
A gala opening is planned at
lebig N. WJ. Thirty-sixth street
orts center. The Spanish Trou-
aours, famous radio entertain-
s, will provide music and song.
aning on the Spanish patio will
San additional attraction.
What promises to be the fast-
jaii alai contest evetr sen trea

ame on the opening night. Al.
arzand Antonio, famous broth-
Steam, will battle the great
arey and Mir in the feature,
fifteen-point doubles.
Famous stars of the H~avana
foton, signed up to bring Mliami
hibitions of the old Spanish
an dqual tlo asny seen in Cuba
Miami first saw jai alai in 1924,
hn a group of Cuban young.
rsstarted playing the game at
teold Hialeah Fronton which
asrazed last summer to make
om for improvements on the
imiJockey Club plant. .The
satiful Biscayne Fronton build-
g, present home of the old Span-
thBall game, has been the Mee-
Sof thousands of sports follow-
rsduring the annual winner of
ti alai games*
The game organized as a slim-
lehandball contest played by
pnsh peasants in the Basque
rvinces of Spain. It is now
lyed by professionals in Spain,
ubMexico, South America,
hia, Egypt, England, Italy and
heUnited States.


LiM il Off- e

Estahhs~hed Here

An air mail postoffice, individ-
alfrom the domestic posrtoffice
fMiami, will be opened soon at
heDinner Key base of the Pan
smerican n1i500,000 hp eds o
reign air mail passing through
iscity annually, Owen WV. Pitt-
lapostmaster, announced.
South American mail addressed
Northern cities will ~be sorted at
)inrKey and go direct to the
thst. field of the airlines' to be
ledaboard Eastern Air Trans-
otmail planes, eliminating the
op at the downtown office. .
The plan is the result' of a
bredy conference by Mlrr. Pitt-
anwith F. E. Smith, superinten-
tof the railway mail service,
hFred H~irone, assistant in
are of air mail, Atlanta*


E experiences with hellotherapy
a various sun ray centers in Swit-
eradwere related byT Dr. Joseph
SAdams, Miami~ Beach, who
poeduring the we~ekly lruncheon
Sthe Coral Gables Ideas club
eda.All Lions clubs of the
rea ill be guests at loacheon at
heFarmersP' mraetd, 15 8. E.
ithAve., at 12:15 p. -Mi. Mlbaday i


/Tmpical Park to
Olien In Week

All preparations are being made
for the opening of Tropical Park
out at the new Gables Racing As-
sociation plant, Saturday, Decem-
ber 20. The entire plant, ,new
Clubhouse ~track and everything
lis in shape for a gala season of
racing.
Horses from all parts of the
country have already arrived or
will be here this week in time for
the inaugural race next Saturday.
Approximately 100 thorough-
breds which have been quartered
at Jefferson Park will be shipped
from New Orleans to campaign
at Tropical Park this season. The
horses will come here on a spe-
cial train which will leave New
Orleans on Sunday and arrive zt
the track early next week, accord-
ing to an' announcement from
Frank J. Bruen's office yesterday.
D. R. McDaniel, who developed
Vander Pool, the Tennessee sta-
ble's sensational colt, has request.
ed 20 stalls be reserved for his
string. Four racers arrived from
New York yesterday in a van and
others are expected to come here
in a like manner. Schooling races
are being held each morning at
Tropical Park and horsemen are
expressing their satisfaction of
the racing strip.

Cut Rate Mtarket Opens
WCith the opening of the Cut
mit Pub 11 Marke for orro ,
rate market containing groceries,
delicatessens, non-kosher meats,
fruits, vegetables and everything
in the way of edible merchandise
that one might desire. Mess. Co-
hen and Ross the proprietors have
been engaged in this line of bus-
iness for a long number of years
in New York City and they will
conduct the new store at the cor-
ne f Northwest Fifth Street an
First Avenue along the style of a
large New York market. Son-
venirs will be given the opening
day.

Apte Become Boy Scout ned
Day J. Apte was chosen pm si
dent of the Dade County Bo?
Scouts Association at an election
of officers held this week, .
Apte is on of the most act v
cmmeasl workm's f bimir be
ing now president of Temple Ir-
rael, a director of the Comm nt
Chest sad of numbereau 4h
wielfare sad elvic organizations.


Emunah Chapter

Elects Officers

At the annual election for offi-
cers held last Thursday evening
the following were chosen as the
officers of Emunah Chapter O. E.
S. for the next year. Mrs. Berths
Mendelson, worthy matron; David

'oain, as o ist mton; upe r
Griffith, associate patron; Laura
Wallis, conductress; Lena Simon,
associate conductress; Lyda Grif-
fith, treasurer, and Sadie G. Rjtose,
secretary.

Temple and Woman's Club
To Bring Churchill
Temple Israel and the Miami
WComan's City Club have joined
forces for the purpose of present-
ing the famous WtCinston Churchill
to Greater Miami. Mrs. Clarence
M. Bush of the Miami Woman's
City Club is general chairman of
the committee and Mr. H. U. Fei-
belman is general chairman for
Temple Israel. The Right Honor-
able Winston Churchill, noted in-
ternationally as diplomat, author
and lecturer holds the distinction
of having held more portfolios in
the British Cabinet than any othi-
er man in history. He is on a
lecture tour of the United States
and has delivered a number of ad-
dresses to large audiences in New
York and Massachusetts,, He will
speak in Miami on the subject of
"The Destiny of the Enfglish
Speaking People," at the Biscayne
(Ja -A nu)Frontom on Sunda11 e-

a limited number of reserved seats
at $2.00 each, a number of seats
for students and teachers at 50
cents each, and the rest of the
seats w~ill be sold at the nominal
figure of only one dollar each.
Other members of the arrange-
ments committee are Mrs. Clark
D. Stearns, Mrs. I. Levin and Bert
Colemen, and tickets are now be-
ing sold.
Mr. Chiarchill will spend a short
vacation in Nassau prior to ar-
riving in 'Miami, where he will
stop at the Roney Plaza Hotel*

Restaurant Changes Partners
Mrs. Li. ~Levitt of the G. & L*
Restaurant has been succeeded b7
Mr. Sam Goldstein of the Hungar-
lan Restaurant of Miami Beach
and New York City. The new firm
will be conducted as previouslF
under the direct management of
Mrs. Rose Goldstein'and Mr. Sam
Goldstein as thre G. & L. Restraw-
rant, at 408 N. 10. 2nd Ave.


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A h sual bi-monthly card
ary sponsored by the Ldes Au-
iryof the Miami Jewish Or-
ooxCong. last Tuesday at the
eryrooms of Inks Sngue
,iealarge nome Mf tnis
ttne.Hostesses were Mrs.
IYandel and Mrs. H. M. Dre-
th.Prizes were won by Mrs.
(,Harris, Mrs. P. Peartman and
(r.Joe Zalis. A deliciousa course
reserved during the evening.

Mr. Louis Glickman returned to
he ty afterr an absence of sev-
almonths spent in New York


Arcade tomorrow, Saturday, De-
cember 19, beginning at 10 a. m.
Mrs. Lena Simon and Mrs. Jose-
phine Lobasin are in charge anrd
request that all those who have
promised food and .cakes please
bring them to the store ecirly Sat-
urday morning.
cbc
The Senior Council of Jewish
Women will hold a board meeting
at 1:30 p. m. next Wednesday,
December 23, at the home of its
president, Mrs. Ben Watts, 1823
N. W. 8th St. This will be follow-
ed by a meeting of the members
at 2:30. Mrs. Lewis Brown chair-
man of Hospitality will greet the
guests and be in charge of the
social hour that will follow.
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PI USINES8
Directory

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EAST COAST BAG &t METAL CO.
Incorporated
I. L. MINTZER
MACHINERY OF ALL K(IND)S
435-445 N. W. 8th Street
Phone 2-4485

BUILDING SUPPLIES
J. SIMPSON


Building Materials
Roofing Paper, Asiphalt
423 N. W. North River Drive
Phone 2-7251

DELICATESSEN
ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN
170 N. W. 5th Street
We Supply Your Every WYant

PHARMtACISTS
BRYAN PARK PHARMACY
Cas. Tnnenbaum
Pharmacist
(Reg. Pharmacist for 17 Years)
Cor. 22nd Ave. and 8th St. B. W.

PIPE AND STEEL

A. &t B. PIPE AND METAL CO.,
53 N. E. 25th Street
Phone a-lass

ADELMAN PIPE &t STEEL CO.
58 N. E. 25th Street
At F. E. C. R. R. Phone '2-1420

TRANSFER

FLASH EXPRESS &b STORAGE
COMPANY, Inc.
48 N. W. Seventh Street
Telephone 2-4836 Miami, Fla.


The Bnal Brith is joining the A.
Z. A. in its celebration of National
A. Z. A. day, December 20, at
Beth David Auditorium, at 8 p.
m., when Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. K~ap-
lan will be in charge. T~he com-
mittee in charge consists of
Messrs. Isaac Levin, Wm. Fried-
man, Stanley C. Myers and Harry
Rayvis of the Senior organization.
A musical program, a number of
brief address by various prom-
inet speakers and refreshments
will precede the cards. The com-
mittee desires to make this an
enjoyable get-to-gether for the
Jewish residents and visitors in
the Greater Miami District. There
will be no collections of any kind,
no raffles or appeals. In short, the
affair will be absolutely free of
chargebein od eq tea te phe pe

work of the organization.

The Mazda Club, (Lt of
Friedship) held its meeting Thurs-
day night at the home of Miss
Eleanor Mink. Officers of the
club are: Ida Safer, president;
Rose Cromer, vice president;
Charlotte Rappaport, treasurer;
Sarah Merlin, sergeant-at-arms;
Jeanette Seligman, corresponding


DR. IOLLOM~AN


534 North West Second Ave.


Miss Miriam Orovitz, who has

curtsets a sic e eanma ne et
of her engagement to David Bass,
waste honored with a pajama bridge
par y given Mon ay nigh by Mrs.
Dan Ruskin at her home. Bridge
awards went to Mrs. Herman Ru-
bin, Mrs. Sol Cohen, Mrs. Marvin
Bronner and Mrs. Harry Mark-
owitz. Following the games the
hostess served a chop suey sup-
per. Thirty guests were included
in her invitation list.
cbc
Mrs. Isidor Cohen is chairman
of the Turkey Bridge Lunceon be-
ing sponsored for the benefit of
Beth David Talmud Torah at the
Auditorium, Tuesday noon of De-
cember 22nd.

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An important board meeting of
to Junior Chapter of Haddassah
,held at the home of its presi-
e t, Miss Lena Weinkle, on Mon-
,when reports of the Turkey
'rt dance was given by Mrs. Jen-
*e Rotforrt, chairman of that
rent, and a report of the Oriental
ridge supper was given by Miss
[ary Barber. Important business
as transacted and announcement
1as made of the Pot Luck supper
Sbe given on January 18, at a
)lace to be announced in our next
Issue. Miss Bede Goldenblank is
airman of the committee in
barge of this affair. Miss Helen
'anes is ready to assist all who
re planning to make affairs to
ake advantage of the p6,oo give,
et or earn supper to be held on
'ebruary 14t *h
(b6
Final plans are being made for
he Masquerade and Civic Ball of
he Workmens Cirele ;to be held
an Wednesday evening, January 27
rhen Jo Astoria's band will fur-
lish the music. Members on the
committee are Mrs. M. Kaler, Mrs.
0, Katziff, Mrs. Heenry Seitlin,
Idrs. F. Slaviter, Mrs. B. Chert-
ioff, Mrs. R. Rosen and Mrs. ).
3ross. Further plans will be an.
bounced shortly.
cb6
Last Sunday evening the first
,riatio eof tem Ghide at-
mder its present administration
nras held at the Arbetter Ring
Elall. The examination was con-
ineted by Mrs. S. Litt, the teach-
ar, who also delivered an interest-
ing address on the significance of
Dhanukta.

Mrs. Meyer Schwartz has re-
hure famr a .thre Bwees vs
Y. She also was accompanied
home by Miss Gertrude Friedman
from Washington, D. C., who will
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Rabb S.hi.Machtei will be pre-
sented Sunday morning, December
20, over station 'WIOD).
In making his plans public,
Rabbi Machtei said, "I want
it clearly understood that the
local Jewish Hour ha~s its pur-
pose, which, to my mind, is to
furnish the Jew with an enter-
taining program of distinctly Jew.
ish music and to acquaint the
non-Jew with the distinctive Jew-
ish melodies. The Radio Synagog
is to be a model of Jewish relig-
ious thought for the nonJew and
it is to fill the lack of Jewish con-
tact for the many who do not at.
tend Synagog services for reasons
many and varied. The small com-
munities in this part of the state
whose J~ws have no religious or-
ganization will benefit most." Thiis
Sunday Rabbi Machtei will preach
on "APersonal God."


secretary; Esther Cromer, report-
er. Following the. business session
songs by Sarah Merlin, Jeanette
Seligman, Rose Cromer and Esth-
er Cromer were part of the pro-
gram. Refreshments were served
at the close of the evening. An-
other meeting of the organization
is being held as we are going to
press at the home of Dorothy
Roth.
cbc
Temple Israel Sisterhood will
again honor Rabbi Dr. Jacob Hl.
Kaplan by a birthday dinner on
the occasion of his birthday, Sun-
day evening, December 27th, at
Kaplan hall, beginning at 6:33.
Day J. Apte will be the toastmas-
ter, and Mrs. Leonard Epstein will
deliver an address. Rose Mary
Gerson, Evelyn Raff and Mrs.
Herbert U. Feibelman will sing.
Th members of the post confir-
mation class will serve the supper.
Mrs. Mendel Cromer is chairman
of the arrangements committee.
cbd
At the card party of the Tem-
ple Israel Sisterhood last Sunday
night of which Mrs. Charles
Greenf~ield was the hostess, more
than one hundred guests were
present. Prizes were won by Mrs.
J. Cohen, of- Mt. Vernon, N. 'Y.,
Mrs. Isaac Levin, Mrs. Sam Katt,
Mrs. Isidor Cohen and Mr. Lewis
Brown. Refreshments were serv-
ed during the evening.


Mrs. Irving Kwart of 3023 N.
W. 8th Ave., was hostess at a
-bridge party last Friday, honoring
her ouseguest, Miss Mollie
Rosen of New York City. Prizes
for high score were won by M s
Kirachenbaum and Mrs Ru rs. n
d fth supper Ann dancing follow-
ed te ca ni MAmong those present
were Gr. ad Mrs. Oscar Argintar,

Sil erman, Ms. e iTsSafersM ?*
M. Seligman, Mrs. F. Willi on
and Mrs. Rubin and Mrs. Linn of
As he ville, N. C. wh oare gu ests
of the A rgintars.


A very enjoyable affair was the
Orienta. Bridge supper given last
Sunday by the Junior Chapter of
Hadassah at Beth David Talmud
Torah Hall. Mrs. Jackson was the
winner of first prize, and Miss
Hannah Mack, of second prize.
Miss Mary Barber was chairman
of the committee in charge of ar-
rangements. An Oriental supper
was served prior to the card play-
ing*
ct6 t
Beth Jacob Sisterhood of Miami
Beach is making plans for the
gala card party it is sponsoring
on Tuesday evening, January 12,
at the Helene Hotel, Miami Beach.
Mrs. L'ouis Schwartz is chairman
in charge of tickets, and Mrs.
Jean Becker is in charge of
prizes. Refreshments will be ser-
yed. ,

Mrs. Sidney H. Palmer and
daughter, Harriet will leave to-
night for Atlanta, Ga., to visit her
parents during the holidays.
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would tell it to spare the custom-
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A lady from Kansas sends a
very personal question: "Have
you,") she asks, "ever known of
any instance of the efficiency of
prayer ?"
The answer is, Yes. And this is
the story.
Years ago when my revered
friend Dr. WTilliam Goodell Frost
left his comfortable professorship
of Greek at Oberlin College to
take the presidency of the strug-
gling little college at Berea, Ken-
tucky, his friends thought he had
made a terrible mistake.
The buildings w~ere old and di-
lapidated. The faculty was under-
paid. There were plenty of debts,
and no income. The president, in
addition to his scholastic duties,
was expected to ride the rails from
city to city and beg for funds to
meet the current expenses.
Frost was a seer and a prophet.
He knew the sterling character of
the Kentuckiy mountain people; he
was thrilled by the vision of what
Berea College could mean to
them. Full of courage, he journey-
ed up to Cincinnati and called up-
on the pastor of the leading Prot-

"CI yon invite home of the

a meeting and let me tell them
about the needs of the moun-
tains?" Frost asked.
"Oh, no," replied the pastor. "I
couldn't think of that?" .
W~ill you let me preach an
your pulpit Sunday morning ?
"No. W-e hav-e a positive rule
that the Sunday morning service
is never to be devoted to any
charitable appeal."
W~ell, I don't suppose you get t
many people out in the evening, '
Frost persisted. "W'ill you let me
speak Sunday evening ?,,
Aan athe pr ache vee. J
ning pay re mee ig o pa fr

the mountain people and the sue- s
cess of the college?" Frost de- a

dh trahr adhe though i
ask the Almighty to help a cause n
to which he could give no aid him- t

"My brother, since you can do) tl
nothing to help us, will you join cc
me in prayer for your church and he
your ministry?"
The pastor could not refuse. tl
Down on their knees they went "`
together, and Frost proceeded to SI
send up to the Pearly Gates not pe
only a prayer for the church but
a most eloquent and moving pre- fr
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HADMSAH

(This is the tenth of a series
of articles on Hadassah and
those people who have worked to
make it one of the most impor-
tanrt organizations at- work' for
the Jewish good).


a AROUND THE CAMPUS
cb At University of Miami
Eb By Milton A. Friedman

H~i-ho, everybody. This is--b
why tell you, you already know.
With every joy there must com
sadness and vice versa. Universe
ty students have just been i:
formed that the Christmas vac~
tion will start at the ending
this week.
Is everybody happy? It ma
surprise you to know that the
are not thinking about it at a
(don't take this too literally). T1
reason is simple; this week is b(
ing devoted to mid-term exam
If I've got any gray hairs you'
know the answer.
The Debating Council of the 1
has set up a series of debates
January, between the candidate
for the team. This is being don
to test each debater's ability "ur
der fire." Pauline Lasky an
George Ball will oppose Milto
Weiss and Milton A. Friedman i
an all-Jewish fight. Jack Dall
and Joe Fleischaker with thei
partners will struggle against eac
other in a mixed foursome. Plent
of fireworks will be set off whe
these Jewish orators get going.
A mock radio program wa
given Saturday evening in th
Gables. Mitchel "Mike" Kassanof
was one of the radio characters
I could make a pun about Mik
speaking in 'the "Mike" (Micro
phone) but I won't do it.
The annual intra-mural handbal
tournament will soon take place
This pastime is always increasing~
in popularity at the U. Last yea:
Abe Shoenfeld won the single
championship in a tough battle
with George Reichgott. These
boys, as partners, won the double!
championship. Thus, the tourna
ment turned out to be an all
Jewish, two-man affair. This yea~
bids fair to be the same. Schoen
feld is not back to defend his
laurels and so Reichgott is the
favorite for singles honors. Reich
gott is paired with Al Mack for
the doubles and they make a
plenty strong team. Other Jewish
boys who will try for the coveted
singles title are: Milton Weiss, Al
Mack and Milton A. Friedman.
Wrell, the Phi Eps won another
touch football tile. The final score

The hi tEps ae do oin art

And now for another of my
,et hobbies; the mixed chorus of
,he U. has gained such fine pub-
icity though its splendid work
hat it has been asked to sing at
3ayfront Park in the very near
uture. The chorus sang in assem-
,ly this week and received much
,raise. The Jewish members are
'auline Lasky, Frances Kane,
Milton Weiss, Jack Zion, and Miel-
on A. Friedman,
Space and information being at
op a aium el'llno sig nof.ou
-ait ?

A frog swallows air, a fish
trains it out of the water, while
n insect makes no effort.


If anyone says "Happy New
ear" to the town eynic later this
.onth, he plans to object, "But
aet's what you said last time."

Icky mountaineers and the lit--
Illege that was struggling to
lIp them
WVhen the prayer was finished
e preacher's eyes were full.
iou must come to my church
Inday morning," he said. "My
ople must hear you -
Frost went, and so began the
iendship of many people in Cir-
nrati for Berea College.


H use* "Every time I shake my
oua .h Iab luhs "
heolth"es bab ae always was :
fond of rattles. ,,
*r *
"She says she thinks she could
learn to love me."
"Yet yon do not look happy."
"(It is going to be expensive.
Had her to the theater last night,
with a little supper afterward. The
first lesson cost me $25.
!t !
Dreyden: What did the National
Commission on Law Observance
and Enforcement report on the
probation situation in this coun-
try ?
Wetmore: That the law wasn't
being observed and that should be
enforced.
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years, shows
having had water on rae si
although we have thought eobri p
hibition right along asarlei
ly modern issue 8a raie

A Missouri girl thot he flante
because he abused her la d
which, she confes, h sl
more than she loved him. He,

wose fat houh He ihbo
married her. emsthv

A little girl in our neighbor
hood, wiser now than she waq
says she used to wonder whgd
shelf the traffic jam was kept on
rI !
Jazz bands have replaced the
tomtom among the Indians, sap
a western news brief. It weald
be frightful if the savages shookl
ever go on the war path again
and use that as a weapon.

Remorse is memory that has be
gun to ferment.

The fact that Lenz is an ar.
complished magician and boure
as well as a great card player
made him one up at the start, th
Culbertson team having no triple
threat.
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)i- When Hadassah undertook to
n-plant a grove of one thousand
a- es to be known as the Hadas
ofh trove of Eretz Yisroel, it was
sddn another item to its con-
ay structive program.
!y Foet e d utilitarian as
L wll Foess serveshetsc prose. That
he I oesass eaestiy aicla needs no
e-proof. What a decade or two ago
s.S was a hillside of dull, gray, ugly
'll rocks, is now a grove of sturdy
eucalyptus or fragrant pines or
U. tall sypresses. And the refresh-
in ing shade that these trees offer
es brings joy to many weary men
Le and women, who for brief inter-
n- vals, find rest in that protection
Id from the sun and courage to con-
n) tinue in their very necessary labor.
n But forests are important eco-
y nomically, too. Not only do they
r' improve the climate but act as res-
h ervoirs for the storage of rainfall
yI and dew, and as barriers between
n fields and -violent winds. In this
way, trees are instrumental in
sj protecting field crops and orchards
e from floods, and in minimizing
'f danger of destruction by strong
. winds. Woods preserve the soil,
el for they prevent it from being
- washed away into waters or
streams and into the sea.
l There is a striking relation be-
. tween the cultivation of hardy for.
g ests and the cost of essential com-
r modities. Innumerable items in-
s dispensable to ordinary domestic
e and industrial needs are derived
eI from forests, and the consumption
s of forest produce all over the
- world is rapidly increasing. At
-present, a large majority of these =*
r articles must be imported into
-Palestine, and consequently are a
handicap to the d I omet of
!Ithose industries edepenened tm the
-forest for their raw materials
The consumption of timber and
forest produce is steadily increas-
ing in the more advanced coun-
tries. The doors, window-frames
roof timbers, and furniture in our
houses, shops and stores, the pa-
per on which we write, our news-
papers and books, our matches

the tannin with wich our a ot

of our food, the cases in which our
citrus and other fruits are exo
ed, the sleepers on which port-
trains run, and many other rti ur
too numerous to m nation are d -
rived directly or are manufactured
from the products of the forest
In establishing its grove Hads-
sah was aware not only f as-
aforementioned im ortync o te
trees, but recognize ance th of
significance as health-so ir in
agents. The tired spirit finds re-
freshinent inbtheird solshade and

fom their stimul asn nfr gane

choice of the site for the Hadthe
sah Grove is particularly gratify-
ing. It is to be located on a speci-
fic tract of land in K rith Aal

egtonmtime rusa Jual arndn
next to the Herdl ad Enti
Woods. But what sho id bEinstein
particularly is the fact beha inot
the vicinity of this Grove, which ~
i o cost thiefly of Die.t~


leave my maid alone in
all day and know exactly
will be doing until I get


"I can
the house
what she
back "


"Why didn't you send up a man
to mend our electric door bell?
"He did go, madam, but as he
rang twice and got no answer he
concluded that there was no one
at home."


PRAYE RS


Teacher: Fred,
beautiful," what
be ?
Fred: Past,


if I said "I am
tense would it


A South American general,
fired on from ambush, was found
to be the wrong man. Or, being
a South American general; mqyke
he walked into the wrong ambush

People who take the position
that a rubber of bridge is sooe-
thing akin to a world war ought
to marry one another.
r
A New York sneak thief out-
ran half a dozen patrolmen who
went in his pursuit. Unfortuinate-
ly it is thought a bit late in the
season to find him a place in the
Sing Sing backfield.

Exemption is what the state
pays you when you die.


eA wma wo sudte vIlg

for the money," she is quoted sI
saying. "'It's half of the prince
ple of the thing."
i! i
The Girl Ohum says she coul
stand pride being demolished bl
a fall, if it wasn't accompanied
by "runs". in silk stockings.

"The Hard Times may not have
taught us any new wrinkles," saap
impecunious Imogene, "but they
have given us a lot."

A composer has written'a jad
number too aifcltU fo a Ivr

there are any number of average
jazz numbers the .average Ia
band can overwhelm.
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ch aps motoi ish der a
price.


!
The bulk of the current all-
America selections look less like
eye charts than in other years.
The line, especially, seems much
stronger in vowels.


hBy standing ok nra fshb on its
hed n sroig i bc, a
naturalist~ finds that the animal
passes easily into a trance. But
is all this advisable ?
!t !
A face that never wears a smile
should be avoided.

Knowledge is the root, will the
stem and results the grain.

Whe a man does wrong it's a


say the e aeoh


poo ecu t


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A wise man
he hears, but a
than he hears.

The mummy
earthed after


doesn't believe all
fool believes more


of a Pharaoh, un-
several thousand


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Jews returning to Eretz Yisroel.
The Jews in the diaspora can also
participate in the necessary task
of afforesting our homeland. N
more suitable memorial n geto
er tribute can be estab ihe in
"emor ndsor in howr oe r loved

which, beneficial and beautiful
wits door Th ling testimonial to
itre ioos assue permanency of a
tre i asurd. For the sum of

plns ethsapg hteN nds uni it
isasl-supporting tree and if it
is damaged, plants another in Its
place. The various tree funds es-
yeblieshed th oughb the Keren Ka-
growing, so thatea tonay n ly
: duina ae done to countless trees
iotsg the Fuwah and the recent
ulpanaiots t Fn as in its success-
Hu padtassh ios over 700,000 trees.
adsfactiony wel find great sat-
ffrsactian n participating in the
aforsk tof vast et Yisroel, a
evel opment importance to the
and.open ofe Jewnish homre-


is t be uilta tberculosis sana-
tor um, the patients of which will
un oubtedly regain vigor and
sTrngth from their surroundings.
Te sages of ancient times ap-
preciated the importance of nur-
tting fre Iand often made cer-
lain etiva 8 the occasions for
punt ing trees. At present these
csoms are being revived by the


True patriots work for thei
country's future instead of boast-
ing of its past.
ike
A millennium is something lilre
centennial, only it has more lg

Macbeth proved himself a so
ard when he said:
"H~old on, Macdaff.lo enDOuh."
Damned if I aln't o

Work is the overcomiria l
istence.





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A SILENT REFLECTION

I am sPudn fiEvf LOr s x hours
a day, every day of the week, in
order to keep abreast with the lat-
est thought in the world of science
as related to the re~i~gious life of
man and I am way behind- in my
studies.
I am just wondering how~ the
members of my congregation who
believe the are lib go ~areh keek

when they never even attend ser-
vices.
What mode of inspiration some
of'' y good people are using to
kep\ abr ast in ethetotime would

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Rabbi Dr. A. Spigel, formerly
Rabbi of the Shaarey Zedek Con-.
gregation of New Yori City, a
thirty-third degree Mason and a
winter resident here addressed the
Bnai Israel Synagogue last Fri-
day night on "LThese Lights Are
Holy." Dr. Spigel is taking an
active part in the work of building
the local Jewish community and
has addressed the Reform Congre-
gation of this eity duritig his stay
here*

Many visitors from the Nort~h
are arriving here daily to spend
the winter season here sild are
attendants at the religious serv-
ices Fr iday night at Bnai Israel
Synagog where services are con-
ducted by Rabbi L. Lehrer. Satur-
day morning the Synagog has a
larg attendance at the traditional
service-

Young members of the congre-
gation Bnai Israel presented "Ene-
mies of Israel," a Hanuukah fan-
tasy in one act by Louis Broido
under the direction of Miss An"
nabel Jacobs Sunday evening at
the temple, 921 Ninth street north.
Rabbi Lazarus Lehrer opened i
the evening with a prayer which
was followed by group singing by
the congregation.. Refreshments
were served later in the evening.
The cast of characters in the
play included Bernard Fuchs as
Mr. Solomon; Ir'ene Jacobs, Mrs.
Solomon* Buddy Sweet, Judah;
Max Schmitz, Simeon; Libb
RothEhlatt, Miriam; Muriel, Horo-
witz, glannah; Hazel Abrahanti,
Mary, the maid; Jerome Silver-
Gae, dgnoanece; Jeroae Gohi a g
Louis Abraham, Evil; Norah
Bhunb rg, Tu elloor in Elil e -

jamin and Leon Young, young
boys and girls.
.The Ladies, auxiliary will give
a concert Sunday evening at the
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A Jew without a wife is with-
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Whether you be good or bad,
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God says, "I have refined thee
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Next Sunday tho~ncert of the
Bnai Israel Congregation will be
held at Synagog and an imposing
array of talent will take part in
the excellent concert that will be
presented. The funds are being
used for the building fund of the
Synagogue.


SPage for Boys and Girls


Conducted by Uncle Judah .


'Friday, December 19, 1931--Eighth Day of Tebeth, 5692 Number 15.


ESCAE FR THE GUILTY
,, andered into a garden,
k mank d and ate mulberries
lichpl ere growing there. The
nerpursued him, saying, "What
ieyou in your hand "
Nothing," replied the intruder.
hnsaid the owner,h This is

at th e stoo n fuis are
hus spoke Cain to God, "I kinow
..Am I my brother's keeper?"
But God answered him, "The
ceof thy brother's blood crieth
toMe from the groun .

WHY SACRIFICES?
heBook of Leviticus in the
le devotes a great deal of space
a description of burnt-offer-
sand sacrifices of all kinds.
rRabbis ask, "Why did God
mad Israel to offer up sacri-
at all? Is God pleased with
iacsof animals to Hlim?
the Rabbis reply by saying
t God did not give them a com-

untficeb ra her. An the e
Bin what they meant, by this
)ry'
The son of a certain king, instead
eating at the royal table, was
customed to feast and dine with
,rthless companions from whom
acquired bad habits. When the
Ra found this out, he said,
henceforth, my son shall always
t at my table; at least he will
,p learning bad habits."
Thus, when the Israelites had
lien into evil ways and offered
orifices to false gods, the Lord
,d said, "Bring your offerings to
2 t le st the 11l nt be laid
ion the altar of false go s.

THE JW
All Jews are princes (that is,
i Jews have an equally noble
cestry--the poor like the rich.)

Three virtues characterize the
tion of Israel; they ar~e compas-
mnate, they are .modest, and they
e benevolent.

When one Jew is being beaten,
SJews feel it.

A Jew, even if he has sinned, is
:11 a Jew .


RABBI SIMEON AND THE -
~JEWELS '

(A Talmudic Story)
Rabbi Simeon, son of Shetach,
From a friendly Ishmaelite,
Bought a camel for a journey,
Strong in limb, of noble height-

Rabbi Simeon's young disciples,
When they drew the saddle
down,
Found a hidden band of diamonds,
Fashioned like a royal crown*


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HIGH HAPPENINGS 4
cb Doings At Miami High



Gee! Gosh! "ol! N t c~tt
alliteration), and l theN ote e
clamations you can think of, (of
course don't think too hard.)
head y tis was ofte week that I
hdid'cause to be overjoyed, I
French fte8 tIo t kcnoouplho
different they are from those of
any other lan ura~n e th Cln~


Rabi, abb, ciedhispuplsthey're French ones and French
"God has blessed thee with this they will be!) or kill a few people
But Mater terly asweed:as my noble friend advised. (Don't
Bu h atrstrl nwrd you remember, Fredrick ?) just to
"Gtd commands not theft, but get some news.
*hif. Last week I mentioned that a
"Tak thse iamods o teirSpanish contest was to be held.
ownker*eedaonst hi The contest was held. I wasn't
'wer very nearly worng, when I said
For a camel I have paid; that the Jewish students' entered
No iorm gamin rdne iIr] jwels had a very good chance, in fact
Wit mycomadedidI tade" te winner was Miss Sylvia Lei

Thus the Ishmaelite, delighted, boid I'd b ter that a h rt be p

An~damoae rcius gms hn dia- Coast usen sh chy n hoes' ou
monds Misjeiot gt ed
Rabbi Simeon Shetach won. trilps LeiCbovitin luing tdan n
--Louis ~ racesmn. eave,, hunting and beaching.
(Be careful Sylvia the Cubans
WORK AND WIDSO1M have "taking" ways.)
Rabbi Eleazar, son of Azaryah, .Miss Leibovit also won third
said: He whose wisdom exceeds place in a Journalistic contest re-
his works, to what is he like To cently held. Her entry was" a
a tree whose branches are many, news story. (I'm really afraid
but whose roots are few; and the some of these news correspon-
wind comes and plucks it up andl dents had better be careful.)
overturns it upon its face. But he Not to change the subject, but
whose works exceed his wisdom, I'm sure some of you are inter-
to what is he like ? To a tree ested in just who did and didn't
whose branches are few, but whose get on the honor roll:
roots are many, so that even if Here are the Seniors:
all th orind o ite world come! 90.b Jnio i sem ,o he ioem k
stirred from its place." 94, Charlotte Rappaport 92, Bea-
-Ethics of the Fathers. trice Goldenblank 92, Rebecca
Wingarten 94, Edna Wolkowsky
YOUNTH AND OLD AGE lik e they are I hope you'll
The learned, as they grow old- Betty Lasky 96, Sidney Rosen-
er, grow wiser; the ignorant, as thal 96, Ida Safer 96, Rachel Co-
they krow older, become more fool- Ihen 94, Gladys Abenson 92, Mau-
ish. rice Cromer 91, Dorothy Dubler
91, Mildred Clein 91, MYildred Wer-
The world is preserved only by ner 91, Lois Louis 90.
the innocence of the school chil- Sophomore:
dren. Bennet Applebaum 95, Andrew
~Dreisen 95, Bernice Schwartz 92,
At the Academy respect wis- Felice Shreter 90.
dom; in company respect age. Now in the line of entertain-
ment. The Lyceum Club presented
Does the worth of a thing de- a program last Friday evening in
pend on its age ?-Nay, it is on the school auditorium.
P d The play presented was directed
its quality that it depen s. byMrmScine.
Estem te chldrn ofthe Ushers were-Rosalyn Daum an
Ida Engler.
poor, for they shall disseminate Well. I'd better stop now before
knowledge. rambling off into-what I'm not
'~~~~ supposed to ramble about.
Knowledge acquired in youth Is
eaied far better th when ac- C A A L C
REAL ESTATE AND PROPERTY
MANAGEMENT
Only one thing tt passes ,,A service with a conselence"
never to return is to deplored, 559 West Flagler Street
and that is Youth. Phone ansat
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Happy art thus, O Jhsraell
like unto thee '


Who


Just as the world cannot be
.thout winds, so cannot the
>rld be without Jews.

Even a heathen who engagfes in
e study of the Torah is equal to
high priest.


-- -- -
A Jew without a wife
nsidered a pe sn


is not


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!th El Sisterhood. m m I c ~ u rl I
of bridge were in a A AOE IGWINTER SEl
s were awarded to
prize winners at
Refreshments were
e hour.
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s Association and
as e neneadit 5AU DA ,DEE BE
Is presented by Dr. FR TR C ,23 .N
n. The group parti- FRTR C ,23 .M
discussion which SV NHG L S A E
Sam A. GoldsteinSEV N IGI LAR C S
the organization.
as FEATURING
ing, at 8 o'clock, ITOIA AKOEIGHNIA
terhood is sponsor- RPCLPR OE IGH N IA
ty in the home of
Joe Spitzer. Flrs: SIX FL'RLO GS PURSE
s in charge of the
HILLSBORO CLAIMING PURSE
~isterhood is parti- ON ILEScnayFtuePRE
New 'Years Eve
Mayflower Hotel. OIA AK-eeyhn h aeipis The glamor of ol
ay'W made by call- S iibogh oyuinFoia A beautiful, picturesque clubboust
Gruner, Phil Blake, h melike and comfortable in the afternoon sun of the Southland. Din
Lman or Mrs. Carl 1I under a ceiling of gay Castilian color design or on the terraces, under cloud fleekec
skies. Walk out onto the balcony, or the terraces; sit in the grandstand, wit

FihR-ETTES L perfectly banked racing stiip. There, before you, is the fastest track i
FisherHigh America; horsemen admit this fact. Behind you are the long rows of room
& IEstables, the. low, spacious paddock. Nowv the horses, with their jockeys i
Ethyl ? & brightly colored silks, parade between the clubhouse and grandstand ont
cb cb & ch 4 .d, c' A the track. They go to the post, the finely trained thoroughbreds prancin
S-H-E-R starting as they await starter's command; far across, the view sweeping over th
i~riday eveninggreen afield, you see the waving tropical growth, so different from any;
/ rdy eem thing anywhere else in the world.- On still farther, the stately Biltmore, th
tall buildings of Miami, the winter playground of America. This is the Tro
a little note from pical Park setting, second in its picturesque beauty to no other track in th
ein saying that he world. It has every convenience a race course.can offer; it is -the last wor
and is almost well. trn track construction iifiv~~'-i~ e are proud to invite you as our guests nex
hear that. Saturday, and the succeeding days of the meeting.
he so ial coanmitte General Admission (including State Tax)...................
junior and senior Club House (including tax) ................................
and that all had a

Redland 23 to 35
that's a good start
d alms-lmater,
class has made a
tion for their rings GBE(i~aI
s quite "different"
h school. rings in '
odernistic designass
re. WCait till you
're beautiful. ON BIRD ROAD WEST OF THE BILTMORE TOWER
~are what any body .OLW TEAR~ST RPCLPR
he Christmas holi- F LO H R O ST R PC LP R
nd. I I flriirinrm f~i rmrr II I ll11 gal ju rrmm rum a~l | mrr I rr Irinn 730D ajB ja ~rrrrrrrrnis a


Pzrne Six


Beach for Be
Eight tables (
play and prize
the inrdividual
each table.
served at a later

Monday even
Parent-Teacher
Cid ctS y cl
cipline" and wa
Carl N. Ifermal
cipalted in the
followed. Mrs.
is president of
Sunday even
'Betti Isgel Sis
ing a card par
Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Sirkin ir
arrangements.

4)3eth -Israel S
cip~ating in a
,party. at ~ t Pi
Reservation ~aj

Mrs. D~ave Feld
N. Herman,
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c~ By
Station F-I-
their weekly
broadcasts.
Just received
Sanford Bronst(
just $bt home r
We're glad to
I hear that tl

party for the
high. last night
good time.
Fisher beat
last week. Well
for The senior
very good s'elecl
this year. It it
from most hig
that it has a me
its main featu:
see them, they
Well, I don't
says I'm glad t
days are at hat


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The Smaday Behool of Beth El
Congregation presented a Chanuka
;play last Sundayr, under the diree-
tion of Rabbi K~leinfe~ld, in which
Marshal Barer, Robert Shutzer,
Dorothy Dubbin, Dorothy Leven-

Shtzer, EerhdWa~x, ar in S itahn
Nettle Don, Albert Barash, Sol
Goldberg, Selma Shutzer, Bernice
Shutzer, David Karfunkle, Pearl
Gold, ]Eiuth Greenblatt, Ray Fried-
I~~'"-man, Airette D~ubbin, Bernice Moss,
Rose Goldberg and Mildred Moss
took part. Taking part as candles
were Walter Moss,. Isaac Moss,
M~uriel Shutzer, Daniel Moss,
Shirley Leibovitt, Mildred Moss,
David Leventhal, Selma Shutzer,
Albert Barash, Edith Wax, Isaac
Moss and Harold Moss. Musical
presentations by Lester Abrqms,
Ernest Gold, Mildred Greeit E9nd
others, were part of the program*
A stirring address by Rabbi Klein-
feld was one of the main features'
.of the program. Much of the mu-
sic to th'e play was composed by
.the Rabibi, who is a musician of
n t. J

Mrs. Louis Weinkle, Sol and
Sam Cooley and .son, Reuben of
Sav~annah,' Ga., were guests at the
Itoumi~nian Inn 'last Tuesday.
cbc
Beth El Literary class held a
short meeting monday night, due
`to the busmnes men being engaged
-until a~ftej* the first of the year*
Classes have. been suspended un-
til then.

Mrs. H. Blicher was hostess to
the Bet ~El Sisterhood at its semi-
monthly~ meeting at her home on
Sunshine Park. Following the bus-
iness session a -social hour was
spent and delicious_ refreshments
were. served*
Eb t
Friday evening, atr 8:n the reg-
ular service will be. held by Re-
form Congregation Beth Israel in
the Temple. Dr.,Carl N. Herman,
the Rabbi, will officite.
Mrs. Ben Ryder was hostess g
the regular Sunday night cr(
party at the Horton Inn, Palm


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