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The Jewish Floridian ( January 29, 1932 )

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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:
January 29, 1932
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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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

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

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University of Florida
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Material Information

Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
January 29, 1932
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:
AA00010090:00153

Related Items

Related Items:
Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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WQAMCI beginning at 2 p. m. is replete with entertainment every minute of
the entire time it is on the air. Music that brings back memories of years
ago to the old ones, acquaints the young ones with Jewish music that you and
they want to know, played in the real Jewish inimitable manner by the Jew-
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noted vocalists is presented for your entertainment. Would you like to have
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The Jewish Floridian,
Miami, Florida.
Mr. Editor:
Permit us to express our sin-
cere thanks to you for the
splendid publicity and co-oper-
ation given us in our recent
dance. As you well know all
the proceeds are being; used for
the maintenance of the Talmud
Torah carried on daily at our
Synagogue.
We sincerely thank all those
through whose efforts we were
able to raise funds for~ the up-
keep of our institution, and
particularly do we thank the
many tourists who attended.
We hope they enjoyed them-
selves. In return we want to
invite all residents as well as
visitors to this section to be
our guests at the public install-
ation of our officers at the
Synagone Sunday evening, Feb.
roary 7. There will be no

aem eWeo eti mae llfee a
home and help them spend a
very pleasant evening.
Sladorely,
Mrs. Ida Buckstein, Pres.
Ladies. Auxiliary, Miami Jew-
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rules of the Florida Sta
commission is drawil
crowds every evening. Co~
the breezes from the A
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the grandstand, the~ gre:
shave been showing the
nightly. Though under wt
ly ten days the racing me
is to run another forty day
the recent arrival of a lar6
er of dogs from Californj
shas smentleemarkabl ur
the cr ck sprinters now k !

hundred f rthe bees dogog at
opportunity of witnessin
of the most thrilling race
sen on the oval at the edg
heocean.
daily double feature of th
muue system is one of th
popular betting systems a
trc.By the system the bet
endeavors to select the win
in each of two races. Should
lucky the two dollar mutue
pays splendid dividends
ng the past week some ticket
the doubles have p'aid -pricer
igas high as $241.00.
neof the most sensational
held sofa s the tentl
sTue s ar eve ing, whel
alPalm, winner of the Derb!
yn rCaliforiac dn i iry o
eat the Beach track with thr
of the field. Although run~
ga smart race and starting
as usual and busting fort
ha dash of unusual speed, ht
jugdthe ability of Rex Hart
knowing how to save himself
the final spurt beat him to the
tr.It was a race that had
lrecrowd in a frenzy of ex
metuntil the official winner
declared. Business at the
doesn't seem to have met


AMAN IS HONORED AT
CONVENTION

Mrs. Freda Lutzky president of
eMiami chapter of Senior Ha-
sshwas honored at the South-
Regional Convention held inst
k in Atlanta by being elected
codvice president -of` the
utenRegion. Mrs. Lutzky
edin a similar capacity with
eJunior Hadassah until last
arwhen she became president
the Miami Senior Chapter.
At the convention an important
eron the work of Hadassah'
as ead by Mrs. Lutzky who was
ve splendid ovation beeanse
the splendid contents and the
aerof presentation.

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hlcomini Sunday. However, we
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.TO Be Served Here noce nt Bise ye Track
g I MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
is To prove that Miami is cosmo-l CONGREGATION Tepplrnrhsd ln f
:e politan, the Little Roumanian Res- (Orthodox) h icy Kne l wtsa
taurant will open here soon and 1545 8. W. Third Street teBsan enlCu ins-
le will provide native Roumanian JONAH E. CAPLAN. Rabbi ed brilliant fields of well known
,e foods cooked in the manner that The usual early services will be-tonchrinhedfcutiv-
~t Roumanian natives know how. gin tonight at 5:30 with the late sixteenth-mile event during the
-The entire second floor of 220 services at 8:30, when Rabbi Jonah past week. Supporting the fea-
.N. Miami Ave., has been taken iE. Caplan will preach a sermon ture Thursday night was the pro-
d over by the owners and has been o"TeRbisPceithCo-gram's finale the long three-
!l redecorated with murals showing munity." Saturay morning serv-eihh ml grn in hcha
I. natives in Roumanian costumes. ices begin at 9 a. m. when the group of outstanding sprinters
s The kitchen has been equipped to usual Congregational singing will wr ace sw r on o
sI serve meats and fowls freshly be held. At the- morning services press.
broiled and served on planl3;. the Rabbi will preach in Yiddish As usual the daily doubles in
li Mamelige and brindze, the famous on the portion of the week. The the mutuels are drawing large
h native Roumanian dish is only one Bab Mitzvas of Isidor Myerowitz sums for the lucky winners and
nof the favorites that will attract and Alex Steinback will take place are becoming more popular every
those want ng to enjoy this parti- at the Saturday morning services. day.
cular native cuisine. Though there are. now three 1
Incagtwl ersdnso CONGREGATION BE~TH DAVIl) tak nfl wn h rws
Roumania for many years, and at the Biscayne track have not
e the foods have -been imported di- (Conservative) diminished and are being attended
-rect from Roumania so as to in- 139 N. W. Third Avenue by capacity crowds every night.
sure no substitutions. S.M AHERbi The management is rciig
h-Announcement ~of the .~grand RbbJeis FS. M. ache calimsr that well merited praise for the well
e na wil bemad inan erlytheJewsh estial aledarhasmatched races presented as well
e s ~e not the Jewish Floridian. be miudrto an thtaas the splendid manner they are
f supplementary service to the re- being conducted
MAYOS VITNE~ PEN cent High Holy Day services must '
MAYOR WITESS PE -be attended by all. All who at-
ING' RACES tended the High Holy Day services RABBI ASSUMES DUTIES
Gauie ofMimiMaorat Beth Daysd are urged to n- Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan former-
Mayor Guiero M' mi, Beach o tend the service at 8 o'clock to- ly associate Rabbi of the Miami
Vla Clearyrsdna of thai e Clu, night Rabbi Machtei will preach Jewish Orthodox Congregation
Chairman Reagin and M. Hl. Mabry on 0" Our Mistakes." was chosen as the successor of
I scrtry o teStat Racn Com. Rabbi Isaac M. Wapner who left
msecrn eary fe itro sceei at the TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI for the North. Rabbi Caplan is a
mpeission te West Flagler.Ken- (Reform) native of Montreal, Can., where
openin olu Wensa ht, im- 137 N. B. Nineteenth Street he received his preliminary educa.
neldia el a eerthe aeat re eighth DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN, Rabb~i tion and subsequently attended the
mae and mde brief addresses to Friday evening services at Tem. Rabbi Isaac Elehanan Yeshiva
race larg ma d attending, ple Israel begin at 8:15 and Rabbi and College at New York City
there crowd a all over the Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will preach where he received his Rabbinic de.
Thae crow thwasand packed the on "The Christian Missionary gree. He is also a graduate of
plac and ous ,,the City College of New York.
transtan andlawn Spe class in "The Jew in Eng- While at the Yeshiva he was vice
Tradtioal Ciem nies lish Literature" will resume Sun. president of the Students Associa-
Traitina d day morning at 11 o'clock with tion for four years and was very
Plann Her D. Williams in charge. active in the Young Israel move-
Durng helatter part of Febr- Bible classes will be resumed on ment.
During trdi final ceremonies will Wednesday morning, February 10.
uar tbsrae on th sentation of FORMER' MIAMI RABBI
be observe indhe pre the Miami CONGREGATION BETH JACOII ACCEPTS PULPIT
a "SafeOr Thor Cog ation. A (Orthodox)
Jewishm HOrthod Col r carried 311 Washington Avenue Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld for-
"iomt Hato sendid speakers of Miaml Beach merely Rabbi of the Beth David
noute wi mspal prgram and eve- L. AXELROD, Itabbi Congregation Miami, resigned re-
note, a musiedenalo to such an The regular Friday evening ser- cently as the setive head of the
hythin inciices begin at 5:30 with the late 'Western department of M~izrachi
event. miteei charge of ar- servies~i at 8:15, when Rabbi L. Zionist movement to accept the
ra'themcommts i ea ed by Mr. Sam Axe rda ,ilpreche on "Orh odo pulpit of the Agud s Achi C n
Fth ster ass.ah" has been Cantor Boris Schlachman will con- ceongregation is one of the largest
Trhae i "Saer ToYork city, and duct the congregational singing institutions in the Wes8t ith a
pu archaed in Miami shortly. It and chant the services. membership of over seventeen
will arie inly coplted during the Saturday morning services be- Ihundred. It possesses a large Tal-
will bnel fly co sIOfer") who will gn at 9 a. m. when the Rabbi mud Torarh and has a, number of
c0teremnbies bysed -letters in the 11l preach in Yiddish on the por- communal organizations associ-
s~aee et 11l. tion of the weekr. atwith it.


ed by and~reds oM Nai reatd nt
as well as tourists according to
present indications*
"The Yiddish Kiing Lear," a
drama in four acts by the famous
dramatist and playwright, Jacob
Gordin, is a play that has become
famous both as a powerful pres-
entation of life among the Jew-
ish people asbwell as one that con-
tains a num er of songs famous
wherever Jews congregate.
Te Jewish Operetta Company
completing its tour of the South
prfesioa la ts awhcoa ave ean
ed a reputation in the North and
feature such artists as Madame
Rose Josephson, Mme. Berinhout,
Mme. Shane, as well as Lou~s
Josephson, Louis Green, M. Mor-
rison and others.
~The musical numbers include
"Al Tiro Avdi Jacob," Aude Loeil"
and others well known to Jewish
audiences.


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The benefit play being sponsor-
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Miami Beach, at the Ida M.
Fisher High School auditorium,
Sunday night, January 31, begin-















Mrs. LouisJ Josephson, one of
the main characters appearing in
the "Yiddish King Lear" Sunday
evening.


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ST. P;iETER~S~ay

A banquet at nhicb
the tourists and rliesig
section will attends wit
at Grossman's Hotel.
tion and benediction i
nounced by Rabbi L.
the main speaker b
will be Rabbi Ziel of the


stpas soon as this number has
benreached. A midnight supper
will be served and every effort
will be made to have this evening
one of the outstanding- events of
the season.


be held at 10:30 a. m. to d: us
important matters of the orga nx
tion.
9* **
About fifty members and guests
attended the first monthly smoker
of Sholem Lodge of Bnai Brith
last Tuesday night at the Talmud
Torah hall. At the business meet-
ing, Mr. Stanley C. Myers, the
president, spoke and outlined the
pr osed survey of local orgami-
prtop which the Bnai Brith is
atryn to conduct. In his address
he denied a report that Bnai Brith
was trying to effect an amalg~-
mation of local Synagogues or the
abandonment of any of them. Res-
olutions electing Jake Brown and
Isidor Cohen honorary members lf
the lodge for past services ren-
dered were adopted. A musical
program in which Mrs. Wm. Fried-
man, and Messrs. Scher and
Prager rendered a number of vo-
cal selections followed the busi-
ness session. Card playing was
enjoyed as were smokes and re-
freshments.
u e e
The regular weekly luncheon of
Bnai Brith was held at the Pala-
tial Kosher Restaurant last Wed-
nesday and following an address
by Miss Peiser of the Jewish Hos-
pital for Consumptives at Denv'e',
the sum of twenty-five dollars was
contributed by the lodge.

The Sister~hood of Chesed Shel
Emes w~ill hold a ver~ im ortant
meeting of the organli ationp Tues-
day afternoon February 2, at 2
>'clock in the Talmud Torah audi-
torium of Beth David. All mem-
bers ar~e urgfied to attend.
*
The fifth annual charity ball cf
the Jewish WVCelfar~e Bureau will be
held in the roof garden of the
Columbus Hotel the evening of
February 28, when Bernie Mayer-
son's orchestra will furnish the
mus e. The various night clubs
throughout the city have agreed
to provide talent during the eve-
ningf for the entertainment of the
guests. T~ue to the fact that the
capacity of the hall is only four
hundred, the sale of tickets will


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Temple Israel Sisterhood is
sponsoring a benefit bridge on
Wednesday evening, February 10,
at Kaplan hall when a very elab-
orate program has been arranged.
Prizes will be awarded and re-
freshments will be served. Mrs.
Larry Fay is chairman of the
committee making arrangements
for this event. The public is in-
vited to attend.

Rabbi Isaac M. Wapner former-
ly of the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation will leave Miami for
the North the early part of next
week. He has been succeeded by
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan who is
now in charge of the congrega-
tion and its Talm~ind Torah.


phant was appointed chairman ? (
the local National Council of Wo-
men's signature drive.
*
Mrs. J. Silberstein entertained
with six tables of bridge at a
party given in honor of her sister-
in-law, Mrs. Silberstein of Bethle-
lrem, Pa. The winner of a contest
sponsored by Mrs. B. Kandel and
J. Katz ori behalf of Hadassah,
received a turkey. Prizes were
awarded for high scores and a
prize was given to the guest of
honor. Refreshments were served
at a late hour.
*


At the regular Friday evening
services at Beth El Congregation
Rabbi Alexander S. Kleinfeld will
preach on "Music, the Universal
Language." Saturday morning the.
traditional services begin at 9:30
and the Rabbi will preach on the
portion of the week. Sunday
morning the sessions of the Sun-
Sday school are held and the Rabbi
Swill speak to the parents at the
School Assembly from 11:30 to
Soon. Hebrew school convenes
daily at the High School building.

The usual Friday evening ser-
vices at Beth Israel Congregation
begin at 8:15 with Dr. Carl N.
Herman officiating and preaching.

Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld has as his
house guest his sister, Mrs. Phillip
Finkelstein of Passaic, N. J., who
will spend a month here. She ar.
r~ived in Miami by boat last Tues-
day.

Fr~iends of Sigmund Landau the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Landau
of Lake Worth will regret to learn f
of his death last Friday after an
extended illness. Services were
conducted at Temple Beth Israel
by Dr. Carl N. Herman.

The Bazaar Committee of Beth
El Congregation had its meeting
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ma~r-
tin Dubbin. Members of the com-
mittee reported that splendid
progress had been made, and that
the program had been completed.

The regular semi-monthly meet-
ing of Beth El Sisterhood was held
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N.
Leibovitt, following which a social
hour was spent. Refreshments
were served.


A card party is beint
by Bnai IsraelCore
te benefit of itsba
at the Community house
atg Sunday. The e
arra cements consists of
I uhs, A. Gellman,
ton kHarry Herman rad
Hnin.

Tuesday evening the
.Auxiliary of Bnai Israel
rgation held a wellated
party. Prizes were a
high scores and rfehe
served.

Plans are bing completed
gala mask ball and
Purim by the Ladies'A
the Bnai Israel Cnr
same committee is in
arrangements for the B
which many gifts have d
ben received.

An innovation at theFrd
ning services of Bnai Ire
gregation will be the boyr's
assisting the Rabbi in the
ang of traditional hymns.1)
Fuchs will recite the kd
ing assisted by the choir.
L. Lehrer will preach on the
tion of the Week."

Mr. and Mrs. H. M.Jao
tertained at a surprisepat
week in honor of MrsI. il
Mrs. Levitan. Prizes were s
ed bor high scores drt
garmesr that were playpdsl
were given tot~he guests.e
ments were served.

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Fpt
entertained in honor of Mr.
Mrs. Levitan of Philadelphij
a card party last week. Hed
the residents attended. F1




Rabbi Spiegel who has been
roh hee ha gone to his


The Junior
Women will h
ing next Tues
2. at Kaplan


Council of Jewish
old its regular meet-
;day night, February
hall when plans for
party to be held in
d the dance to be
ch will be discussed.
Scheinberg is chair-
Play Program that
rted during the last
h. At the Tuesday
a program w:11 be
which the Miscses
lvia Miller will pr~e-


The Young Israel Organization the Theater i
met Tuesday night at the home February, ane
of Miss Rose Dubler. Plans for gvni a
the further work of the orgamiza- Miss Miriam
tion along both cultural and athl- man of the
etic lImes were discussed. A com- will be present
mittee from the A. Z. A. (Junior week in Marc
Bnai B~rith group) was received night meeting
and their challenge for a return presented in
basket ball match was accepted. Goldie and Sy
The Young Israel team was the sent piano ai
Tictoron eat match recentlyatheld .'nd Miss Jerl
Ada Merritt field Sunday morning aIs umblder f


lon the lfe of


selections
will smng
selections.


nd violin
ry Kruger
novelty


Dreisen will speak
"Will Durant.


January 31, at 10 a. m. Plans
for a series of lectures by prom-
inent men are reported by the
entertainment committee and an
announcement of the initial lec-
ture will appear in our next is-
sue. A membership committee
was appointed and 'will be headed
by. Miss Esther Wroobel, M.
Krause, Nat. Shongold, Mildred
Klein and Fred K. Shochet.
Thursday night as we are going
to press, the organization is hold-
ing its first social at the home of
Miss Goldberg. Mrs. Moe Harris
is the hostess for this event.

Miss Rosaljm Friedman the
twelve year old daughter of Mr.
and eMr. Wm.sFr odnaen was the
test held recently and will be a
competitor in a number of inter-
school contests throughout Flor-
ida as the result of her victory.

The Senior Council of Jewish
Women held a board meeting
which was followed by a meeting
of its membership last Wednesday
at the home of Mrs. Meyer Sch-
warts. Mesdames J. N. Morris
and J. Simpson were named as
the committee in chariye of the
luncheon to be given at the Coral
Gables Country Club in honor of
Miss Sarah Landsman, national
field secretary of the Council of


*
Friday evening, Februar~y 19)th.
has been designated d as National
Council Sabbathy Each of the
local Synagogues will be address-
ed by members of the' Miami or-
ganization on the scope and work
of the organization.
**
A joint meeting of the Junior
and S'enior Chapters of the Coun-
cil of Jewish Women will be held
at Kaplan hall on Wednesday eve-
ning, February 24 when Mesdames
Lewis Brown and J. Simpson will
be in charge.
*; *

LAusta Tu sdt Mia i thee Lai

thodox Congregation entertained
at one of its regular bi-weekly
/cardthparties inthe vP st roorn
Given at each table for high score
and refreshments were served.
$58
ofMrs. Lewis Brown is in charge
ofa reception that will be ten-
Sdered the visiting delegates of the
convention of the Tri State Fed-
deration of Temple Sisterhood on
Sunday evening, March 6th.
.
Thursday morning, February 11,
a meeting of the Board of the Sen
ior Council of Jewish Women will


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'At a recent meeting the A. Z. A.
' Junior Bnai 'Brith) organization
announced an essay contest for
children attending `Jewish Sun-
day schools in the territory begin.
ning at West Palm` Beach and
South as far as Miami. Children
under twelve will write their es-
says on the subject of "What Pu-
rim means to me" and are limited
to two hundred words. Children
over twelve must write on "The
significance of Purim" and are
limited to three hundred and fifty
words. Essays must be type-
written on one side of the paper
and forwarded to the president of
the A. Z. A. not lirte~r than March
15th, when the contest closes,
Very valuable prizes will be
awarded. This is the first of a
series of cultural efforts that the
organization is~ planning in this
district.

The Junior Hadassah will hold
its regular monthly meeting Mon-
day evening, February 1, at the
Robert Clay Hotel. Reports on
the convention will be given.. Mrs.
Jacobs, Hadassah president will
deliver a message to the -girls.
There wlill be splendid musical
program and refreshments will be
served.

The Junior Hadassah is holding
a card party at the London Arms
Hotel, Sunday night, February 7.
There will be beautiful prizes and
refreshments will be served.

The Junior and Senior Hadassah
is having a joint affair on Febr-
nary 21, at the Prolies night club.
A splendid program has been ar-
al edfoby the management of the
clu fr te night.



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Last 'Sundlay evenib~g;, Mr. S.
Litt lectured to a large number
of members and friends of the
Workmen's Circle at its hall on
"The Depression and its Effect
upon Childrea ,

an. ada ht1rs.M s F. Silserm n
Louis Greenburg of Newark, N.
J., are among winter guests at the
Charles apartments.*

Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Myers and
children, Ester and Michelle, of
Memphis, Tenn., are staying at the
Trianon apartments for the win-
*
Accompanied by their daughter,
Miss D~olores Jacobson, Mr. and
Mrs. George Jacobson recently ar-
rived from Atlantic City to spend
the winter and are at the Atlantic
apartments.

Mrs. J. R. Silverman and Mrs.
M. T. Silverman are at the Fen-
imore apartments, having arrived
dur)1ng the week from Dayton,
Ohio.

Mr. and Mrs. Sigmond Spitz and
daughter, Beulah, of Olyphant,
Pa., are winter guests at the wind-
sor apartments.


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rv, Januar3i~` 29, 1983


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M. Kiss of Brooklyn and A. J. Mr. and Mrs. Robert- Joseloff
H. Leuchtag of Miami each caught are occupying apartments at the
their first sailfish on a three- IPenn Plaza having arrived recent-
hour trip to the Gulf stream re- ly from their home in South Nor-
cently. Walk, Conn.
M s. Kiss and Morris Rubin of a**
Miami accompanied the successful The A. Z. A. (Junior B'nai
anglers on the trip, which was Brith) at its last meeting, Thurs-
Baea room the docks of the Miami day night at Kaplan hall discuss.
Bah R and Reel club in the ed plans for an anniversary ban-
eah Jolly Rover, with Capt* quet and a public dance to be held
Chres Pease, skipper, shortly. Plans will be announced
n these columns shortly. Last
A regular meeting of the Sunday the first tennis contests
Friendship League was held last were held and will be concluded
Wednesday evening with~a dance this Sunday, January 31, at the
following the business session. The Miami Field Annex. A baseball
pubhec is invited to attend these game between the club and the
dances which are a weekly feature Yeddidim elub was held last Sun-
at the Biscayne Masonic hall. day and the A. Z. A. team won by
5 to 4 score.
Wednesday afternoon, February ***
3, Mesdames P. Scheinherg, M. Junior Hadassah has formed a
Scheinberg and Stanley C. Myers transportation club to enable the
will be the hostesses at one of the members to get to the meetings.
series of benefit bridges for the All girls not able to get to the
Beth David Talmud Torah Chain meetings kindly call Charlotte
Fund when they wNill entertain at Kahn who is chairman and she will
a buffet luncheon bridge at the arrange a way for you to get ,o
home of Mrs. P. Scheinberg, 1777 the meetings.
S. W. 12th St. The public is in- ***
vited. nr


Sol Goldman, flormer, national
ndball champion, -will play ex-
,ition matches with the teams
Ralph and Al Grossman also
rx Goldstein and Sam Silverman
the Washington Ave. Park
art, Miami Beach, Sunday, 2 p.


An important meeting of the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation
was held at the Synagogue last
Monday night when reports of the
dance recently held were made.
Plans were made for the public in-
stalla~tion of the officers of the
Congregation. and the Sisterhood
to be held at Synagogue on Sun-
/day, February 7, irhen prominent
speakers wHill address the public.
A program of entertainment has
been provided. There will be no
charges of any kind or collections
made, the public being invited as
the guests of the Auxiliary and
Congregation. In charge of ar-
rangements are Mrs. Morris Kot-
kin, Mrs. Harry Seitlin, and Mrs.
Max Kupferstein, Mrs. Chas. Ten-
nenbaum and Mrs. Hyman Got-
tesman.

Senior Hadassah will have its
annual $5 donors' luncheon at 1
p. m., Monday, February 15, at
the Helene Hotel, Miami Beach.
Mrs. Edward Jacobs national pres-
ident of Hiadassah, will be the
guest of honor and speaker. There
will be a musical program pre
pared by Miss Rosemary Gerson
and Miss Beatrice Weinstein. Resp
ervations are bing received by
Miss Gerson. ..,

Twenty tables of cards were
played last week at the dessert
bridge party given by the Sister-
hood of Temple Israel at the home
of Mrs. H. H. Miller. Prizes went
to Mrs. Henry Bulbin, Mrs. B.

rtmn, so ubour, O i, MWs a
D. 7Ylli~ams, Chicago, Mrs. Harry Frank, W~ar-
ren, Ohio, and Mrsl. Joe Oreni.
Mrs. D. J. Apte announced a spe-
cial meeting of her convention
committee for 11 a. m. Thursday,
at Kaplan hall. .,

Rehearsals are taking place
zyBghtly for Athe annual fashion
show and entertainment which is
being sponsored by the Se io
Council of Jewish Women at 83
p. m. Monday, Feburary 8th, at
the Scottish Rite Temple. Assist-
ing Mrs. Al Seiden, chairman, is
Mrs. Meyer Rausin. Mistress o
ceremonies fo rthe evening wi l
be Mrs. Marvin Bronner.

Sunday night, J nuary 31, Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Friedman and Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Rayvis and Mrs*
Jamison will be the hosts at one
of the series of card par ies -
ing planned for the Beth David
Talmud Torah Chamn Fund.
TThedaffairawilla di led mt the
prizes will be given for high
scores. Refreshments will b
served. Play begins at 8 p. m.
The public is invited.


Gdman will spot both teams
vepoints and will take on any
erteam under the same con-
tin.The team of Grossman
thrconceded to be the strong-
thereabouts, may surprise the
ttrnchamp. Three hundred
eexpected to witness the match-

Sol Goldman, with his famous
ipserve and consistent playing
llgive the handball enthusiasts
handball performance well
orhwatching.

The Young Men's club basket-
llteam chalked up another vie-
ryin defeating the Stanton
memorial quintet in a game at
eY. M. C. A., Monday night.
hescore was 39 to 25.
Schwartz, Hirsch, the Grossman
others, Weinkle, Baraky and
ohn were the Jewish players.
nther contest will be played
enday evening, 7:30 p. m. The
wish boys, champions of the
rthalf are now tied for first


Jimnior Hadassah will sponsor a
snft bridge Sunday evening,
anay31, at the London Arms
totel, Collins Ave., -Miami Beach.
ntctand auction bridge will
plyerderandn prizesdiware t
blcis invited to attend.

A special floor show is being
rnedfor the birthday lunch-
onof Temple Israel Sisterhood
ebruary 7, at the London Arms
loeMiami Beach. In charge
general arrangements are
ledmsA. J. Richter and Bert
.Reisner.

Emunah Chapter O. E. S. en-
erandthe matrons and patrons
fthe district Thursday night as
onrguests at its meeting at
heScottish Rite Temple, as we
teegoing to press. Judge Edith
1.Atkinson of the Dade County
penile Court was the guest
peakrfre hent wee oras rv d
4r.Bertha Mendelson, Worthy
atron, presided.

Beth David Sisterhood enter-
indrecently at the Talmud Tor-
hhall when twelve tables of
idewere in play eiPrize wir

aryMarkowits, Mrs. Louis
Winkle, Mrs. Wm. Friedman, Mr.
1.Abrams. At the close of the
lying refreshments were served.

New York visitors at the Tria-
onapartments include Mr. and
fr.Martin Stein.

Miss Jeanette Glulckman' of

ot t e Co merpeen ruta


mr. and~ Mrs. Chnarles Posman-
tur and children, Rita, Donald and
Neil, of Buffalo, N. Y., are spend-
ing the winter at the Mayfield
Court~ apartments.

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hirsch-
man of Michigan City, Ind., are
among winter visitors at the Pen-
nsylvania apartments.

Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Roskoph and
ciden Miss Je and Ralph, o


Clvla d HegtOho
guests for the winter at the
field Court apartments.


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May-


Mrs. Sol Seklir of Brooklyn, N.
Y., is registered at the Penn Plsaza
apartments for the winter.

Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Kansanot
ofBrooklint, e a. ilao pitr

ments.


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The Way of Life
By BRULCE: BARTON

STOPPING W~R


THE JE WISH

FL 0RIDIAN
PUBLIBREa VEGRY FRIDIAY

JEWISH FLORID1AN PUBLISffhIN CO


-the theory that ta igt pato
s hot coffee before Big oi a c
e duces a most restful aigt, to
-way, perhaps* I ca l kit la
s really rest more. But a
Awake four or fiv or
eit more. iehusI


eMarie dDressler na eshe e
.er hr ie en she1
holeshi her shoes.h She d
l tho sh gt er feet i
'I e ones, without any hols, l
sumably, which she has now.
II !il
Honesty, as well as good
has been promoted by the dp
sion. A monument designer e
east says that in order to a
money people are reducing 1
number of words ontobos
,Some stones now bear only t
name and the words, "o
Died..........," all of which are s
ly true.
!
The latest news on Ex-King
Sfonso is that he will be shortly
;$2,000,000 through confiscation
his Spanish property. On the o
er hand, should he return toSp
in an effort to save theprer
the changes are that he would
shortened -in physical stature
a head. In any case they are
termined to reduce him to theli
of the common people. A alest&
agreeable prospect---espeelally t
latter--for a man whose ti
are all opposed to being so d
oeratic.

A western pugilist known ast
"Nebraska Wildcat" has been
rested for fighting. I trust t
judge will bear in mind that,
ing inexperienced, he mary I
have undersoowhat he was
hn !
China's usual inte~risa war ise
pected in the spring, says aa
port. Recalling the sideshow l
former who gave six eating
hibitions a day but wouldn't
it interfere with regular mel

First Stude---asn't that aAd
lecture by Professor McColload
"T~he Culture of Prunes?"
Secod Sude It8Ucly a
He seconds fulof bi W 1jet

Mliss H~ighhat (introdued
m she loved 20 years age)~
beg pardon, sir, but i o
you name,
Old Bach -I know e
but that is not your
tried hard enough.
I II
Summer Boarder -- HaVe
seen anything around here
shooting?
Farmer Brown Noteat
came!

Eunice : Ras the doctor e
engaged to got money!
Jennie: Sure, did yen bn
was getting marriedlo


Mra Cranktshaft. IIr
da, we're late. whto
detain. get i

why can't yO oup It tdE
wher you fid them' q


120 minutes ramma ,~
)eo eo tofd oP lt.nI

"Fim may M but **e~~
moralising Ma%, bt ra
that a lot of ro~ndf

SI i
A betbtento is a assage
wieh with masltsrd as A


~ISR FLORIDIAN
THE JE -------


tt'age FbUlr


of the great annoyances of motor~
ing has been the control of brakes
by hands and feet. The nerve
strain imposed by constant appli
cation and release of brakes hat
been tremendous. All this is now
happily a thing of the past. Tht
brakes on this year's ears are op
erated by the "synchrometer,'
which, through highly sensitive
plates, detects the presence of an
imate and inanimate objects ahead
and controls the car accordingly
Presence of a red light, a motors
cycle cop, a ,,pedestrain in the
street, a dog or a stalled car is
instantly registered on the "syn
chrometer" and the brakes ap
plied.
y ( (
Wizard-Parking: At last th@
great problem of what to do with
the car while you go shopping in
the city center is solved?.~ The
sensation of all automobile shows
this winter is the so-called "ac.
cordio-zippo" construction which
enables the owner to fold or roll
up his car when parking space
is at a premium. All that it is
necessary to do is to remove three
small cotter-pins and pull a zip-
per located just under the hood.
The engine can then be folded up
and carried under the arm, while
the body of the car can be rolled
up and stood against a lymp-
p~ost. building or tree until the
owner comes out.
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"'The Registero-License Plate"-
No more laborious unscrewing of
old license plates and affixing of
new ones every year. No more
waiting in line for plates. By
this device, you merely ascertain
your new registration number
and ring it up on your plates, a
1,a cash register. Neat idea, wot?
!I
The Girl Chum says that an oo-
timist is a bachelor who buys an
extra cabinet for filing the leap-
year proposals he expects to get.
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.'So, Jenny, what was the fight
you had with Mrs. Levy today?"
'Oh, she tries to convince me that
her husband suffers more from
the depression than you?"


ers Ath Nosod nalyd plalkwo ds
"ond rontetdheb three rarmedd d s
his hip "

\ddlong-My dear, it's no use
for you to look at those hats; I
haven't more than a dollar in my
pocket.
?r1rs. Wedlong-Y~ou might have
known when we came out that I'd
want to buy a few things.
Wedlong--I did.
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Chicago paid $200,00~0 to get the
Democratic convention, which in-
dicates that it still believes there
is money in fight promotion.

consciousness that they serve their,
people best when they maintain
its union with humanity and with
the highest human values."
Conceived in this spirit the He-
brew UJniversity through its union
with Jewish colonization on the
soil is a guarantee that the new
Jew-ish Homeland will have bo~h


the roots of stability and the fruits
of nobility as part of its strue-
ture.
IHnmanity through Hebraism!
Last year Hadassah contributed
a goo~dly sum in thousands of dol-
aPrs toward the support rad devel-
opment of the Hebrew Univerity.
(To be Continued)


E-i y~ friend Admiral Samuel Me. -
r of


107 SOUTH MIAMI AVENUE
F6
J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor
.Miami, Florida Phone 2-11
to n ted a seco nd-csr mre am .
under the act of Manlh 8, 187'9.
WEST PALM B3ACH OFFICE
Mrs. M. Sdn~chrbte Roressathe r
seascRIPTION
sir Yfaths .. .. .. 1~
one Y eer.. .. . ., I.
\'olumre Y N-umber 3
Friday, Jammary 15, 1932










KiA LEID)ESCOPES
We travel upon the highway~
and bywn\as of the Mlagic cities o
1\llami and Miiami Beach, and if
w-eren't for the fact that wfe pinch
orurselvtes once in a while wfe woul
believ-e ourselv-es in a small Eur:
pan towfn
1. "Frankly? and honestly, do y-o
think it right for a Jewfish syna
gogue to appeal to a gamblin;
establishment for help! D~o yo
think religion and betting go hanl
in hand? W~e refer that to th
honorable Rabbi who made the ap
peal; w-e frankly are toot speech
less to reply.
2."We serve butter with ou
mreats and make no bones about ii
O~ur customers wat it that wKay
Do yvou think it's fair for a Rabb
to giv-e a "hechshar"' to other:
w-ho do the same thing and ye
say~ that my- place is not koshertl
3. W-e stumble upon a meeting
Bitter wo~rds are being bandie
about "It is npe~csary for the
future of our Synagogue. W
listen closer. It may be about r
Talmud Torah, or about the fi
n~ance~s of the institution tha
thesr wor~ds are being burled al
each other. I am disappdointei
how-ever, it s merely a question a!
to whether or not a piano is to be
usedl at the Friday night services
in oA rotund lite man. Clom e

n togrimme ha.A C~eb e
the busy Flagler strIeet shopping
section. He is stared at. He asks
for money, both from Jew as well
as Gentiles. He is jeered at. Wihat
matters that?
5. A rush to the ocean. The
same little "Rebbe" divests him-
self of his satin robes, his trousc-
cers, his "AQrba Kanfos" and in his
nether garthents parades into the
ocean for his '"reducing" lexer-
r ises. And then he emerges. Again
he dons his garments of holiness
and as he walkrs through the
streets of Miami Beach, rivaets
of water flowf from his trousers
and out upon the street, Of course
he hKs ao "M-a floig
gocho."~ "din torah," all in a j~um-
ble of words. Kashruth commit-
tees being formed dailyT. Charges
and counter charges are hured.
Graft holdup are favorites with
some.
;. A meeting at the .Hebrew


Friend lan. Reports are gi
Splendid work is being da
Chaurg~es of favoritism admitted.
Secretary howled down because he
is hohe~st and ants the facts.
Whhi-twarsh resolution s adopted
Ilont wat honest criticism.
a& Thietn~s being pddled abo~t


GCowan was purcasngl1 agent
the Navy during the W~orld War. H HBR~ L NIVERSIT Y
SHe s8aw something of the fine TH kEtc Eb~ Reitza Dine
83 idiea lism and sacrifice which war
calls for-th. But he saw, also. how ~
. grered and p~rofiteering and the C'an a leopard change ts spots?
basest sort of selfishness wrap Can a people the People of to
tIhemselves in the cloaki of patriot- book forget the book?
.sm and proceed co~ld-bloo~dedly to The answaer is The Hebrew- Uni-
exr~poit the public necessity. versity.
Hte sends me his plan for pre-hoa
-@c \enting: w\ar. to which I am glad ..The fos~tering: of Arab sco ar-
.@ to give wide p'ublicity. ship in; the Institu~te of Oriental
'Amend the Constitution." he Studies. one of the six institutes
urges. "so as to require that b~e- already organized at the Univ-er-
--oIre war can be declared or parru- sity, should go far to mitigate
cipated in (excerpt only in thne the friction! which is inev-itable
event of attack or inv-asio~n) there :*etween~! od settlers and news-
shall be a Referendum:: comer in the early- stage of col-
znizatlion. The research which has
'Tast rfa n~aniorit~ e~ me \-:e :eel; carr~edi on in the diseases of
or~P ens: for war.~t~ every th abl- the Near Eas:-the study and con-
bodiedi male cat.zen: btwtreen th' trrol of ma:laria an;d sand-fly fever
ages of 15 anld 35 shall bLe drafrte. naearayrece navnced
s:age- will b~e universalints

andTha: from the day war is Ce- benefi-icia effects. rz the shou r
;s cleared until peace! is finally co:I- <~ EtTI :le thae inlst tution
,f Included, noC pricei or w\age shall exs- .;er fa icii le- of a modern
it ceed what it was 30 days~ p~rior I r tre ree~h ad
dhi suTh d~allrits. in xce o- casl: be pursued in a free
o-1 'Tat hal be orfetit edcl to the i~ana:orable atmosphere. It is
'-f5 per cent shl hefretd a~e) romans:ic ur Je!:.:king this He-
u Governmnr aad o sal n Zrnl r- !-\etr-iv!- r n tr o the ei
time or war-time be received as of~ :heri return to their homeland
g a contractor who is not a mana-fi i,, rtec~eive as much attention
u incturer, or a regular dealer, in1 as irrigationc, aiffrestation and
d ;he particles to be surppied--regu- ,:romotion o7f industry, "
e .ar dealer being none other than '
-one how. at the time the o~ffer .1 stu h adsigihd
s submitred. either owps o~utrigh: .:ra una pksfouUi-
the articles offered or dependablytes:y.o
r ontrols their source of s-uppl. .he:watsal esy fi.
t. 1e w-ho see in it, the rising of a
.I calnnot see how- any- intelligent w am:eple. fro~m which an even
,i patriotic person can obj~ctr; to ha: grea:er glory~ will go forth from
s proposaltof R had the s use a Zi r. ?~ We ho see in it the sub-
t merg o~ir :i~ heCo.li, w-il of our pioneers. that
lstitution at once we should destro' side by~ side with their hard toil
ar propaganda. for no one wfou d and iac~rifkial liv-ingo the finest
dib be s foolish as- to spendi mon~ey- or :h~ought and deepest learning of
e pr p pnda a den rn ;oney ou.-~ civilization, shall rak~e up its abode
e po on~ the baef~ rr !; elovi~ed soili. Mlore than
ai We should entirely- remov-e :.-e anyt~ing els-e in Palestine. it ill-
present premium on, war ar; nd m usrams the w~orkings~ of a Jewish
t .ts stead impose a very- heavy? pern-l spirt. That spFirit says: "Yes. \ve
t alty. will become :he ir:depIendlen: peo-
d The silliness of war. under mod~- ple i;f rthis :lad. earning olur rignt
s orn conditions of destructiv-ene-ss. :t i t b effor:2 wh.nich no man: can
e isi almost as appalling as it.s ho,-l all parisitic. Yes, we shall be-
ror cm rar :ns e!:,. 1: ar, plovers
ofSapo~lean il d eto ei the ~;t' n d
hearing that the Frenchk were :'it-i te':i eil sh~all make
tIing out an. expedition to destr y- l~t' ~TIr~ tS~On our hap-
the town. sent word that if The pinezs. But rand thi; is the "but"
Asking w-ould giv-e hnim half the mon- tha:" outburr.ed the Stakes of Eur-
ley that the expedition would cost ope. this isi the "but" rthat turned
;he would burn the town downr him- The lashes~ otf Russia, this is the
jeelf. 'b':" th~at laughed dow-n Rocme,
Our~ ~ eeret wt a ot : ree: Greeceri buried Egy t) But,
Ourexpriece ithwarcoss ere- where wei dwfell in tepn~ the
and war debts- ought to nave e Tmz L .t
taught us that the D~ey was a rie~ rmce wher weearning nu t
pretywie od wlsun the Hebrew Univ-ersit- soud
be founided-toa send out~ a new -
the strFeets. I. Jacob b~eing, sold w~orj. a wtord that wi-ll be the
i oir: product of the oider spr
Guess again. Of course. it's a so1 erhfrsiet etsii
called Rabbi trymge a sturnt to the eternal genius of the Je- af r
raise funds so that be can spend synthesizing knowledge into ifi-
the winter with MiamIi Beach and nite wisdom. n
honor them byf his presence. "A eivers~ity-. Einstein has
9. Another Shul on the Beach. `Pd". ":sa place where the uni-
A store is rented. A sig~n is v-ersal~ty of the humaan spirit man-i
painted. And then the solicitationf :fests- it~sef .. aim at creat- I
.Of ~cnne, the Right. Rev- in nPaetne a people of wFork.
ezend M6. wrill again apply for tha~t ers. at resting the Jlewish vil- I
which helps earn coin, and then lat i te first place, and we
even nonJews ~ ma ataeo esire that the treasures of Cul!- 1


that which is a priv-ileg for us.U~ ssudb ~efbe t n
Enough asid, weblev.W aboring class-, especiatlly since as
shall have to comment upon these no Jw in llcrm-
things lad a number of others ed- stances, place education above all
.torall net wek. n te man-things. In this connection it de-
time, tood friends gt out and see rolvesC uon the university to
for youprselves. aYI be.you too cnrt -mme hng quite unique .
will see things as ye editor r de% B ~F oe t its teahers and I
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Sam Louis of Baltimore is I
dingg the winter at the Pris-
,l apartments.

Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Penteoff of
)etroit are guests at the Olethian
court apartments for a month.

Mr. and Mrs. C. Kanapaki and
ion, C. Kanapski r oh t ia o
re cs aartments, M~almi Beacih.

Mrs. Ag~nes B. NewR man and
daughters, Miss Harriet and Miss
~eba, of Chattanooga, Tenn.,
lave arrived by automobile arnd
Ire guests at the Olethiian Court
apartments.

Mr. and Mrs. Milton L. Stern.
,erg and daughter, Joan, of Wood.
nr L. I., are winter guests at
he ancaster apartments, Miami
Each.

Among winter visitors from Fall
tiver, Mass., are Mrs. Ann Fell-
nan, Mrs. M. W. Kaplan, Mrs.
3lara Lepes and daughter, Miss
tose Lepes, who are guests at the
Lfibiscus apartments, Miami Beach.

;Mrs. B. Solomon of Scranton,
>ais registered at the LaVeeds
patents, Miami Beach, for the
inter.

Mrs. S. Dimond of Bronx, N. Y.,
sa winter visitor at ~The Hibiscus
patents.

Mr. and Mrs. M. 8. Prieberger
SCleveland and Sol Edelstein of
Coledo, Ohio, are spending the
ritr at the Fenimore apart-
netMiami Beach.

Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Bender of
kw York and Mrs. Minnie Roll-
adrof New ark, N. J., are spend*
gtheM wnmtr at c Veeds apart-


Mrs. Clara Berman and Mrs.
ariett Silverman at Atla~ntic
tyare spending a month at the
uroro apartments, Miami Beach.

The picnic of the Sun~day sc~~hool
dTalmud Torah children of
th Jacob Congregation was a


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d b y RABBI LAZARUS AXELROD


jFlorida State next Week.
Beatrice Goldenblank left last
week to attend the Junior Hadas-
sah Conference in Atlanta. Don't
you just envy the poor Mliami girl
mn the Georgia wilds ?
Just a little warning from one
who knows. Don't buy magazines
from any magazine sellers. ('Please
don't appreciate this unless you've
had the experience.)


He ma hae moroea for te
occasion.


sT. PETERSBURG
RESIDENT DIES
Residents of this City and
Tampa were shocked at the aud-
den death last week in Tampa of
Mlrs. Sarah Davis, one of the od-
est residents in this section. She
haid been active in the communal
work of the cities here and was
highly respected by both Jews
and Gentiles. Rabbi Berger of
Tampa's Rodejph Sholom Congre-
gation officiated a~rt the funeral
which was attended ~by several
hunde people. Her daughter was
Itrridhre just a wee ago.


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her many friends, and tourists
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favored to who the singles crown.
It will be just my lack to have
to go up against him in my first
match. I hope P'm wrong.
When I started this wrK1ite-up I
never expected to fill it entirely
with athletic news. However, it's
done. Next week I'll have more
of an educational thesis.
An revoir.



SDoings At Miami High 3
Q 6
Q By Bettye d

This week is what is known to
most Miami High students as ex-
amination week. Most students
use it as a means to see how much
they can get by with, while the
teachers attempt to see how many
students they -can catch getting by
with it. (It's a great scheme).
There are a great many students
exempt. They have a whole week's
vacation to do nothing but bask
in the sunshine and rest on Sun.
days from the blue, yellow or red
laws.
A new staff was chosen for the
school paper. Sylvia Leibovitt is
still editor in chief. For the see-
ond staff Eleanor Sheldon is edi-
tor, Betty Lasky associate editor.
Betty, as you know, is also edi-
tor of the Latin paper. Rosalyn
Daum was selected news editor.
Ethel Tobin and Daisy Schaff
have become reporters. (They're
not cub ones any more). Florence
Goodman has charge of the ex-
changes.
Anson Dreisen and Billy Homat
recently took part in the ceremon-
ies ofte omi alb Anson was
speakers and Billy represented the
club at the Y. M. C. A.
Miriam Scheinberg took the
leading part in one of the four
plays given last Friday. Miriam
was voted the best actress that
night. Well, her future looks
bright in more than one way!
The students are gradually be-
ing eliminated m 'the Tennis tour-
nament. So far this week Jerome
Goldsmith has been the only win-
nen.Jerm eis ted only rdwish
ing class. He intends leaving for


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great success last Sunday at th
Sunny Isles Casino. Gatherin e
the Synagogue the children wee

ahr sent the d ejo ig t
swimming, campfire roasting, ath-
letic contests and story telling.
Refreshments of all kinds were
served and good time was had

earg ofAR eb La aus Ixer
and Mr. Obadiah Grossman,

The usual Wednesday night
meetings of the Beth Jacob Bible
class are held regularly and are
attracting many because of the
splendid courses being given. The
public is invited to join.

The Miami Beach Jewish social
set meets regularly at the Miami
Beach Country club every Thurs-
day evening. More and more at-
tend these weekly affairs which
always provide dancing and an
opportunity for both tourists and
residents to become better ac-
quainted. As a result a better
feeling is being fostered among
the Jewish younger set.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Kurlander of
Meridian, Conn., are winter visi-
tors here, staying at the Atlantic
apartments.


c ROUNiDr i E CA 8 & h

&b By Milton A riedman ct

Hi, ho, folks: Is everybody happy 9
'The University is just packed
with actvty m t now o nre e
where a person may be within a
radius of two blocks' he is bound
to find sm vdenc ofahe
endeavorsoeeic o tltc
Girls are playing volleyball, and
the boys, touch-football, on the
field across the street from the
U. In the patio, on the basket-
ball court, the intra-mural tour-
nament is going on. Later in the
pafernoeon the basketballl tearn
northern arehway inthe e dbl

may be seen every minute of the
day. In the gymnasium the box-
ing and wrestling candidates are
going through their paces in pre-
paration for the University of
Florida meet on February 23. Be-
sides this, physical education
classes go on all day long.
Last week tryouts were held in
wrestling to determine who should
represent the Miami U. against
the U. of Florida. All Jewish
boys won their matches. "Mike**
Kasanoff upset the dope by de-
feating a veteran inte latz (

the team last year) had two op-
ponents, and subdued both. George
Reinchgott (also a member last
year) won by a fall. In a chal-
lenge match Tuesday,' George
again defeated his opponent. Jerry
Cohen was unopposed in his
wiht, Fm fairly certain we'll
defeat Florida again.
The Phi Eps won the intra-mu-
ral fraternity touch-football cham-
pionship in a play-off for the
crown. 'qey won 24-12. This
Friday the Phzi Eps will play the
Freshman class team for the
grand championship.
Pairings have been made foll
ethe hdbalil tournamnent.ex w k
I'll let you know how the Jewish
boys shame ont elley' e positive
to so wl Riho s


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apartments.


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at the Charles


Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Senker of
Baltimore, Md., are spending sev-
eral weeks at the Nemo Hotel.

Rabbi Mayer Freed of New
York City national representative
of the Isaac Elchanan Yeshi.va and
College arrived here to spend sev-
eral weeks as the guest of Mr.
Harry Wasserman, vice president
of Beth Jacob Congregation.

One of the largest crowd sa
tended the mask and civic ball
sponsored by the Woman's Club
of tthe s o kmen's Cirale held ls
mans' Club Ballroom. Mrs. Henry
Seitlin was chairman of the ar-
rangements committee.


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