Price: Five Cents
so Asht Metre asyr be a~ mis-
glndersteaing we deslire t dlS-
reet the a~tteion of ear read
Sers to the feet thart thbe II. S.
rpapr, ete., expreast PRO)-
FIES is say meager whatso-1
SWes wsart aB of ear -reae
fact fle reigaestig repotrtsof
strars hld to desir organiss-
-t Weill do aHla our r power
to lulp pea st pubicity tw
perr~nk a~lete sot ~and
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OCAL JEWISH NEWS AS ANY OTHER PAPER
V.-No. VI ---
Miami Florida, Feb
t--- ----- _~-___~~___ru~i~~,~Friday, 5, ~932
Raee~to be Run
peilmemorial race will be
ltrdy night, February 6,
1Miami Beach Kennel Club
called the "Tex Rlickard
rilEvent" and the winner
Presented with the Tex
rdMemorial Trophy by Mrs.
seRickard, his widow. The
will be the seventh race of
evening and such dlog9 as
r, Altar Drain, Play G~oer,
ex Hare, Royal Palm, Anoth-
ramrock, Hunters Home and
y Boy will compete.
I. Rickard will occupy the
,n the second floor of the
house specially built for her
n Rickard when he erected I
Very elaborate plans are being
made for the installation of the
officers of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation and its
Ladies' Aurxiliary on Sunday eve-
ning, Febraury 7, beginning at 8
p. m. in the Synagogue, 1545 8.
W. Third St. A musical program
;will be presented with Rose Mary
Gerson, Cantor Boris Schlachman,
eoe Mandel, L ndarPage, Mvildred
Bernie Mayerson taking part.
Rabbi Mayer Freed of New York
City will be among the speakers
During the evening. Following the
'o. mal part of the ceremonies a
supper will be served to all pres-
ent, absolutely free of any charge.
Th ~ 1i be hinJ rovidedA b
~-~~-'U -W'IAJL* CLCU~~;a7~ C
Tune In Sunday 2 p. rn. Station
The ewih Foriianprogram presented every Sunday afternoon over Station
theM begntire tiet is on th. is rep ee wit entertainment every minute of
theentre imeit s o te air. lu~sic 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-
ish Floridian Orchestra, under the direction of Bernie Mayerson, assisted by
noted vocalists is presented for your entertainment. Would you like to have
some particular music played or sung for you? Don't hesitate, but write The
Jewish Floridian Program in care of Station WQAM and your wish will be
Sunday 2 p. m. for Real Enjoyment, Tune in on WQAM
comments have been made
big nightly crowds at the
IBeach Kennel Club about
ewlock ht inse inltle o
grnsad lawn on the out-
ralof the race track. This
11of efficiency is the only
inuse on any dog track in
vel.It is a part of the O.
mihdog harness race start.
leiewhich was installed on
track this year.
rmry dog races were timed
split-second watch in the
sof officials and timing was
adafter the dogs had left
oesto a running start. By
electrical clock the dogs are
Stlhe instant they are freed
Sthe arness to begin the
N~~the~ RO1Uf C owds FI kb the Ladies' Auxiliary in apprecia-
Ann uncmens r o tion of the splendid patronage
TO~~~~ OpnSna To Dog Track gi"" ni~t in ""'deen da nceise
--------MIAMII JEWISH ORTHODOX but the entire Jewish population
Sunday, February 7, will mark CONGREGATION is being urged to attend and en-
thn estuata 2 .Mai opening of the Little Rouman- (Orthodox) Teetuevnngolatjoy the affair. In charge of ar-
ianRetarat t 20N.Mimi 1545 8. W. Third Street wekwsta fTedyngtrangements is' a committee headed
Ave.,. where native Roumanian: JONAH E. CAPLAN. Rabbi when the Biscayne Kennel Club by Hl. M. Dr~evitch and Mrs. M.
foods will predominate. Though/ The usual early services Friday entertained thousands of dog pr-i Kotkin.
the native delicacies have not all trons at a special benefit for the
begin at 5:30 p. m. with the late t rni optl tr fteC id e n ie
yet arrived here, the Restauran- t rni opta.Saso h g
11l oe to sify the mn alls services at 8:30 when Rabbi Jonah
wi oen t sais y e may various night clubs, entertainers
~and requests! it has received. A E. Caplan will preach on "Raciall know thrugou theword o H
grand opening with music, enter- Variety for World Progress." Sat- kontruhu h ol f
tainment and souvenirs for all pa- urday morning services begin at show and sportdom, leaders in so-
trons will be held the following 9 a. m. with the usual Congrega- clety all vied with each other in Animals at Opar-Locksr zoo
Sunday, February 14. tional singing. helping to make the event one shortly will receive calls from
It is the first Roumanian resta- to be long enjoyed and remem- hundreds of their favorite patrons,
urant in the Greater Miami sec- bered. Jimmy Gallowtay the gemial the children.
tion and will specialize in their CONGCREGATION BETH' DAVID manager of the track and the of- G. F. Sirman, director of the
native foods, many o6f the deli- (Conservative) ficials donated all the profits of zoo, today issued invitations to ail
cacies being imported. A native 139 N. W. Third Avenue the organization for the entire school children of Greater Miami
Roumanian will be in charge of S. M. MIACHTEI, Rabbi night including the mutuels to the to visit the zoo as his guests, ac-
the kitchen and home made Rou-/ I hospital and more thany ygt~ companies by their teachers or
e 1Rabbi S. M. Machtei will preach five hundred dollars was received set
anaman tidbit handed past ies wi waonghtC on "A Rabbl -- hals" by the Bospital as the result. During the last few months,.
Turbkish offte pe asmdes in t' Tur-or Wroobe wil chnt Well matched cards every night,l many additions have been made to
keg Ro mania and the Balkan thw Qe rtmi. Asoca hour wiill fo a ~splendid prices are the mag- the aoo, which contains 573 indi-
lan s wilu be one of the specialties. lo.QetospetiidsoJ nets drawing the fans to the bean- viduals, grouped in 126 exhibits.
ish e w anse -tifull Northside plant. Crowds are!
the harness is fastened
position around the dog the
nglever to release them is
antcly locked and at the
Time connected by electric
Ilainto the clock. When
releasing harness lever is
edcontact is made with an
ieswitch that instantly
athe clock on its recordings
ecnsand fractions of see-
SThis clock faces the specta-
Even the judges do not
r what the official time for
'ace is until they walk across
ta and look at the clock
I the spectators side.
le average return to the win-
mn the daily doubles at~ the
ni Beach Kennel Club since ts
atg has been slightly in ex-
of $194, one day the widner
ving the record stum $994.50.
BE NEFIT SHOW
increasing nigh~tly and filling the i
sp~acius grandstand to capacity. )
WILL BE BE&LD
cussed. Tomorrow morning the
services win begin at 8:30. Sunday
hcS ool classes will meet at 10 a.
GI VE TOM ~ ln~rV r Invitations have been iassued by1
m. on Sunday. HADASSAH WORKER jts sotteheastern conference of
Tomorrow evening, Saturday,i Y ISFFS MIAMI Ithe Union of Ameriesn Hebrew
February 6, at 8:15 p. m. a con-~uc TEMPLE ISBAEL OF MIAMfI iCongregations for a meeting to
ert featuring Yiddish b lasa (Ref r) .be bald at Lakeland, la., at 3
theatrical hits will be given by 137 N. E. Nin~t Street Mrs. Edw~ard Jacobs national 'clck Sudndy afternoon, Pebrn-
members of the New York Oper- DR AO .KPARbipresident of Buadasas is spending a ry 21st. The objects of the me~et-
etta Co. The public is invited to D.JCBa PA ,Bb several weeks in Mdisas with her ing as set out by the oifficil eall,
attend the concert which will be The regular Friday evening ser- parents, Mr. and Mdrs. J. Gell of is for the pugrpos of discussig
held in the Nemo Hotel, Miami vices begin at 8:15 p. m. with 928 S. W. 10th Ave. While ham the religious problemsr presented
Beach through the courtesy of Rabbi Kaplan preaching a sermon she wil be the guest of honor of by the rural emannmitean
Goldberg and Albaum, the propri- eq "Don't say anything; Itha's e local chapter at its Give, Get: Plans for giving assirstae to
etors. her religion." The publie is invit- or Earn luncheon, Febrtuay 1i,~ outlying Jiwish communities will
-------*-------TIVE ed to attend all services and will at the fHelene Hotel Miami Backj be preseted~ ad the general sab
YESIVAREPESETATVE be made welcome. Bibe classes Mrs. Jaeobs came to Mirami fol- -Iw at ag~igIou edgewtstion w be
ARRIES ill e rsume onWedndar lowing the Southern Reegional Con- the main tople. Mr. Jurllen P.
morning, February 10. frneo asshbl nA-Bnai fJcsnil scar
Rarbby Mayer Freed of New plants last week, seen of Me Confeense. CY-
York City, National Field Secre-
tary for the Rabbi Isaac Ekchanan CONGREG;ATION BETB JAICOB S0IYO PLANS ARE iiPLEASE NWe
Theological Seminary and Yeshiva (Orthodoz) a
College, arrived in miami ls
wee for a series of conferences
with directors of the Yeshiva
peBnding their winter vacations in
the Greater Miami section,
He addressed the members and
aorshippers of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation last Sat-
urday morning at the request of
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, an alalm-
nus of the Yeshhva*
nTe Yeshiva College, the fir t
Jewish College of Liberal Arts i
the world wrill hold its first grra-
dtution and award A. B, degreQ
this coming June Itiatly
frabbi Freed hase hiva for a. l
associated with the Ye is elac i
number of years an istadens and
quainted with all etitien.e e
grrrduate of the Inrttsa
rethan five hundres resi-
.nd tourists attended the
eNewK York OprtrCo*
Sunday night for the benefit
H~ebrew Friendly Ian and
aion Beth Jacob. "Yid-
king Lear" a poweful drama
aCoGordin was played in a
rflway by the members of
company and the acting of
Itad. Josephison sad Mfr.
hsnwere exIceedlagly trn
Iongthte thi rdct ran ap-
for the Heberew Pricindlr Inn
tdin the snsat oed g hun-
and thirty dolula beint
charge of uarresplmes wre
L Azelrod, Cent er lris
man I. L M ern,~ W ,
wsand other adver men.
of the ommeally ~-
which is to be held the Istter part
of this eneath a t~he Miamri Jewrish
Ortinodox Congregation aebeing
cr~emoniies pisamed, such as the
pisms pride for# ddresses by as- t
tiona l sekers et promiseae whfo
have sitffld desir wilfagmeas to
atteed the cearemoies
Pimal pisms ad te see lete
program wil be rmammed insa p
8118 Washlasta Avesse
L. AXELBOD, Ralbbi
Regular Frtiday evening senrvies
begin at 6:30 with the late serv-
ices art 8:30 when sRbbi lasr-us
Axelrod willn preach on "The Re-
masace of Orthodoxy" Centr
Congagtional singing sd chsat-
Saturday mrorning sa~ervi be-
gin at 9 a. m.1 whe thle noted
Yiddish orartor BEvc. Ed~ B~irah 1
Musliansky win deiver am address i
asfb th~ed urgen rest et the wear-
A socia hour fdorrw the
late rsaervie sad tim public
use at rL u riia
;: a~ rr r
MORE THAN TWI
CONCERT TO BE
nr4 km* Iti JcM E Pr
Prids? Idism.b Th "nsrL is raspet to I
is fr wel ] l isal within MeC "I~
i "C uli I M q
I r II::L:TT~7esa"
The J;unior Council of Jewlrish
Women will meet next Tuesday
evening, February 9, at the home
of Miss Sylvia Dreisen, 811 W.
Flagler St., beginning at 8 o'clock
Mrs. Aaron Reder, chairman of
the committee planning the the-
atr~e party will render a final re-
port. Tickets will be distributed.
Plans for the dance to be held the
early part of March will be dis-
cussed as will the appointment of
the chairman for the event. Social
service work for the Council will
be acted upon.
Next Wednesday, February
at noon, Beth David Sisterho
will hold an executive board me
ing when Mesdames Isidor Coh
and Sydney L. Weintraub will
the hostesses. A regular me
ing of the Sisterhood will foEl
at 2 p. m. and all members a
urged to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Livingsi
of West N. J., are at the La~ee
apartments for the winter.
For a Thorough Rest and Cure
BAL FOUR HOTEL
I. SCHULMAN C. ZACHS, Proprietors
HOT SPRINGS NATIONAL PARK, ARK.
Modern and situated only one block from the Famous
Hot Springs Baths
Under the supervision of REV LOUIS SLUTZKY
Formerly of Miami, Fla., and Chicago, Ill.
Very Reasonable Rates
Write or Wire for Information
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SDoingsr At Iliamni BIII
(b By Bettye
Tis week or rather this i
ent I have what is known 4
guilty conscience. ( can't h
gmne what it's from!) I have
aen prin about as all tood
norter fhl (ut after all
n a pro esisonal) and as a
sult have very little news,
Last week I mentioned the I
that there was ornlr
0 +~~~o~l'osi9o e~as9~oo soootcesooo+Moos
coo+++ooo oooooo osooo oo
The Junior Hadassah held is
regular meeting Monday night,
February 1, at the Robert Clay
Hotel with Miss Hannah Mack,
the first vice president in the
chair. the bridge to be given next
Sunday evening was reported on,
and the joint Senior and Junior
Hadassah affair was discussed.
Plans for the $5 give, get or earn
dinner at the Blackstone Hotel to
be held on March 10th, were an-
nounced. After the business ses-
sion Miss Ida Engler gave a splen-
did recitation. Miss Bebe Golden-
blank ad Miss Reta Merson who
Ier de ates to the Southern
r gonal eConference of Junior
H ssah r, returnedl A report was
!rations she attend
resting events are
or the coming year
e Junior Hadassah.
wecre served at a
Louist dRit ga O
nor of the engage-
on Nathan to Miss
the daughter if
Harry Lewis, for-
Ita, Ga., and now
hey will hold open I
8 p. m. and all
An important meeting of the
Senior Chapter of Miami Hadas-
Eah will be held Monday, Febru-
ary 8, at the Acacia Club mn the
Congress building. At this meet-
ing Mrs. Barney Weinkle will re-
port on the recent Atlanta con-
ference, and Mrs. Lutzky will read
the paper she presented at this
conference. This paper was so
well received that it is being
Mrs. Rose Berg and Mrs. L.
Bander of Arverne, L. I., are here
for their first visit and are guests
at the .Hibiscus apartments *
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Langey and
son, Jerome, of Edgemere, N. Y.,
are staying at the Hibiscus apart-
ments for the winter. ,
A wel atened ad ejoyblestudent in the graduation e
card party was held at the hons Sorry to have misinformed
of Mrs. P. Schemnberg last W d- people--but one can't knowev
nesday afternoon when Mesdames thing 'even if he is a eo
P. Scheinberg, M. Scheinberg and Those fortunate ones wereJe
Stanley C. Myers were the hos- H. Goldsmith, Sol Levin and
tesses. More than twenty tables old Berke. (What a cicd
of bridge were in play. The door all boys.) The graduation
prize was won by Mrs. S. Orlock rather impressive, especially
of Springfield, Mass. High score march.
prizes were won by Mesdames A whole flock of rata,(I'm
Louis Weinkle, Gordon Davis, A. qitesr httet
Markoon of Portland, Me., and L. to rats exactly) just entered
Goodman of Chicago, Ill. school. They're not the kind
Icrawl on the ground looking
Mr. and Mrs. H. Himmel are cheese or thine that crawl in y
being congratulated upon the birth drawers at' night trying to
of a baby boy recently at the la fire but the kind youate
Jackson Memorial hospital. to teach things to which w
]be taught. Try it somtm-
All members of Sunday schools the latest thing.
between West Palm Beach and Those to whom this name
Miami are urged. to enter the Pu- plies are: Sarah Merlin, Rose
rim essay contest being sponsored vin, Jeanette Markowitz,
by the local A. Z. A. The rules Sudd, Louis Spector andP
for this contest appeared in the Reese. I might have stepped o
issue of last week. few while looking forot
Mrs M. Schwartz and Mrs. Mor- In the academic contest, Syli
ris Dubler will entertain Sunday Leibovitt was one of the ones chi
evening, February 7, with a bridge en to represent the school in
party being one of the series for district contest. Sylvia wxill be
the benefit of the Beth David Tal- the algebra contest. Sylvia Mi
mud Torah Chain Fund affairs. is alternate for the English e
The affair will be held at 1782 S. test. (Is it possible that "S"
W. 8th St. Prizes will be given a lucky letter or what?) It's
for high scores and refreshments shame we all can't be bright,
wl lw be sP~erve what have you ?
The first of a series of affairs printed and sent to each Hadassah rl,~eevd from ;;;
given by the officers of Emunah chapter throughout the south, and about the delibe
Chapter for the benefit of the Loy- will also be printed in the South- ed. Many inte
alty Club will be a Valentine No- ern Israelite, Atlanta's Jewish being planned f
velty party, Monday evening, Feb- paper. Other important business on behalf of thl
ruary 15, at the home of Mrs. Ida will be transacted. The meeting Refreshments ~
Goldberg, 1764 S. W. 17th St., will begin promptly at 2:30 and Ilate hour,
with Mrs. Freda Markowitz and all members are urged to attend. '
Mrs. Ann Reisman as co-hostesses. *
Prizes will be given and refresh- Frdy erur 9 rs eaN3. an~ddM s
mnsserved. The public is in- Simon, well known community 1eeto nh
vited to attend.worker will speak at the Miami ieto hi
Jewish Orthodox Congregation inFrneLwi,
Plans for the Temple Israel Sis- observance of Council Sabbath. All Mr. and Mrs.
terhood benefit bridge for Wednes- are invited.neryoAtn
day evening, February 10, at 81 *i *ofti tyT
p. m. provide for a very splendid The Junior and Senior Hadassl houebgnig
evening of entertainment. The will hold a joint leap year affair February 7, at
public is invited to attend and all Sunday evening, February 20, at their friends,
are promised a gala evening o~f the Alcazar Hotel. Ginger ale and quaintances are
enjoyment. Prizes will be award- / ce will be priced down and a cards are being
ed for high scores and refresh- sparkling show has been arranged. diing will be an
mnents will be served. In charge if The public is urged to attend. summer.
arrangements is Mrs. Larry Fay j >
who is being assisted by Mesdames Dr. A. M. Levy has arrived from Plan fo the
Frank Coret, Gordon Davis, Harry Brooklyn to spend the winter atins eb
Berg, MavidMSlain, Herbert Klei- the Palmetto apartments. This isasa Snaye
man, Miss Marion Mandel, Miss his tenth winter here. i
relatives and ac-
asked to call. Nro
issued. The wed-
event of the early i
b~eginningf at 8 o'clock at the Lon-
don Arms, Miami Beach include
the giving of prizes for all card
games played. Refreshments will
be served. Hostesses for the eve-
ning are Mesdames Jennie Rotfort, i
Belle Wlesson, Betty Wolfe, Ger-
trude Bregman, Ger~trude Dietz
Helen Yunes and Bea Silver.
benefit bridge be- i
y the Junior Had-
ening, February 7,
Seggy Singer and Miss Eleanor
At a meeting of the Sisterhood i
of Chesed Shel Emes held last
Tuesday at Beth David Talmud
Torah hall reports on the rum-
mage sale were received. A mem-
bership campaign will be started
in the near future according to
plans that are being considered.
The public is urged to contribute
clothing for the rummage sale as
more stock ie needed daily.
Mrs. Harry Markowitz is spon-
soring a benefit bridge luncheon
for the Beth David Talmud Torah
Chain Fund at her home, 921 Me-
dina Avenue, Coral Gables, next
Tuesday, February 9. Reserva-
tions must be made not later than
10 a. m. next Sunday ritorning,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Benatovich
have arrived by automobile from
Buffalo, N. Y., to spend the win-
ter at the LaVeeda apartments,
Mrs. M. Levensohn and daughter
Miss Sarah, of Brookline, Mass.,
are spending the winter at the
Park apartments. I
Mrs. Maurice Elf man and son,
John, and Mrs. David Blum of
Atlantic City are spending a
month at the Biltmore apartments
Miss Sarah Landman, National
Field Secretary of the Senior
C council of Jewish Women will ar-
r ve here next Thursday, Febr-
ur30 11th. eThe utmeb morning Rt
Senior Council will meet in the
Rd Room o toe elCoralh sab e
be followed by a luncheon at 1
o'clock to which the public is in-
vited. Reservations may be made
by calling Mrs. Julius Simpson
or Mrs. J. N. Morris. During he,
stay here Miss Landman will make
a survey of local conditions.
Mrs. Rose Baumgarden of Chi-
c'ago is spending her tenth winter
here and is a guest at the Wash-
Mr. William B. Steisel and moth-
Sdi Br klyn of Ne Yor n s,
have arrived from New York and
are the guests of Mr. Mattme\Y
S. Bandler of Coconut Grove.
~: g :: iThe Y'oung Israel basketball
A meceting of the Mazda Club team was again victorious last
was held last Wednesday at the Sunday against the A. Z. A. team
home of Charlotte Rappaport when it defeated them for a see-
when plans for a Leap Year Val- o nd. time to the tune of 27 to ;25.
eritine Party wer~e discussed. A On the victorious team were I.
basketball team is being formed Gordon, Morris Wroobel, Arthur
to play against other Jewish Shandloff, Max Schemer and Louis
teams. At the close of the busi-) Spector.
ness session refreshments were e
served. A meeting is beingS held Mr. and Mrs. John H. Teves of
as we are going to press at the Brooklyn, N. Y., are winter guests
home of Miss Rose Farkas. at the Sayers apartments.
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~7i IO E IT Y
yrs. ~ha Levy ~'k irhw i~~t~B'~:' ~ O- ot' 200 women attend-
r of her .Physical 4utltue-clarssy ed the annual birthday luncheon
chis maintained for the bene- of Sisterhood of Temple Israel
,t of te Jewish Welfare of this Monday at the Blackstone hotel at
Entertained members ,and MiJlami Beach. The long tables
herguests with a "kid"' party were centered with spring flow-
ther home Saturday night;Games ers, and the speakers' table held
ter ejoyed where fines and penl a large decorated cake, topped
tesenvolved and moving. .pie- with eight lighted tapers, the gift
arsof the class exercising were of Mrs. J. A. Richter, who with
ohono the screen. i Mrs. B. L. Reisner served as co-
Members and guests.participat-l chairmen of the luncheon.
ag er, Mrs. Bertha.Levy, Mrs. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan offered the
loe Morris, Kitty..Morris, Mrs..S. invocation, and Mrs. Isaac Levin,
Glick, hira. H. Bulbiti, Mrs. Rose president of the Sisterhood, gave
vin, Mrs. Henry Berg, Mrs. H., the address of welcome. Dr. Kap-
)rlin, Mrs. S. Katz, Mrs. Sylvia lan also made a plea for the Com-
thwlarts of Pa.; Mrs. Mi. Selig- munity Chest work, and cards
nan, Miss R. Seligman, ~Toledo, Iwere distributed to anyone wishing
)hio; Mrs. A. Baskind, Mrs. Reu- to assist. Special floor entertain-
K, oftoff, Brooklyn, Miss Ida ment was offered during the
;redlander, Pittsburgh,~ Mrs. luncheon, with bridge following.
Ye er Jacobson, Pittsburgh; Mrs. Ten prizes were awarded.
let Reisner, Mrs. S. Sa~chs, Mrs. Guests were greeted in the re-
rwin Seigal, Mrs. ~. I. Checked, ceiling line by Mrs. Richter and
laltimore; Mrs. Bert Kaplap, Chi-/ Mrs. Reisner, Mrs. Kaplan, Mrs.
ago; Miss Raith Quadow, Chicaqo;~ Adolph Wertheimer, Mrs. H. I.
drs. Cecil Penson, New York city; Homa, Mrs. Gordon Davis, Mrs. I.
Brs. D. Saul, ~~erbert Scher, L. Eeligman, Mrs. J. Simpson and
irs. Sara Saloklan, 'oing Branchl Mrs. Levin.
(. J.; and Mrs. H. Bandel, Ja~ck- ***
enville. .This afternoon, Friday, Febru-
Mbrs. Joe Morris has ~given the ary 5, at 2:30, Mrs. Sam Tannen-
!se of her tennis~ court where baum and Mrs. Chas Feldman,
lasses are held five mornings will entertain with a bridge at the
weekly, from 9 to 10, the entire home of Mrs. Chase Tannenbaum,
proceeds of which goes to this 12101 S. W. 11th St., for the bene-
lorthy organization.' fit of the Miami Jewish Orthodox
*Talmud Torah. The public. is in-
21 North West Nilath Street'
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" February,~3~I 5TE 1982 FO~IIB
lh ecn letlre of the Tem
pi Israel series itC 'bei~ng lobile
froward to with interest, as Dr.
Will Dj~irnrt will .Apeak on the
subject, "Is Progress Real", on
Snay evening, February 14th.
Dr. Durant first became na.
tionally prominent when his work
"T1he Story of Philosophy", be.
came a best seller, and in excess
of two hundred thousand copies
were sold. To those who know Dr.
Durant know that he first became
prominent in the educational world
when teaching ~in Columbia Uni-
versity, in New York City, and
those men and women who stu-
died under him there tell of the
exhilarating influences of his en-
thusiasm and his scholarship, and
they say.that they had never sus-
pected that philosophy could be
so intelligible and so fruitfully re=
lated with the actual problems of
life, until they attended Dr. D~ur-
ant's course at.the University. Dr.
Durant is known as a brilliant
speaker, as attested by the pnany
invitations that he has received
from boards of education through-
out the country.
His subject "'Is Progress Real"
will be particularly interesting to
the thousands of thinking citizens
who daily meditate on the outcome
of the chaotic conditions of Amer-
ica, Europe and the Far East. The
recent Japanese aggression in
Chnaa ripd nbl pu a nrw D -
ant will give his views on these
questions and other outstanding
problems of the day.
The series is being given at
;Ilemple Israel, 137 N', E. 19th
S. nd dev ~ rnC u waks alhon
Tickets are on sale at the Red
Next Tuesday evening, Febru-
ary 9, the' Ladies' Auxiliary of
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation is sponsoring a novelty
card party at the vestry rooms of
the Synagogue. Mesdames Wm.
Mechlowitz and Morris Rappaport
are the hostesses for the evening.
Prizes will be awarded for high
scores and refreshments will be
served. -The public is invited to
The visiting circle of the United
Order True' Sisters w~ill meet nert
Tuesday afternoon, February 9th,
at Kaplan hall for the transaction
of important business. All True
Sisters and visitors are urged to
Tickets for the 'fashion show be-
ing sponsored by the Senior Coun-
4it of Jei~\vsh Women, (Monday
night at the Scottish Rite temple,
will be on sale all day Monday at
the Flagler street entrance of
Burdine's. Assisiting at the door
the night of the show will be Mrs.
Meyer Schwartz, Mrs. M. Dubler,
Mrs. I. L. Seli~gman and Mrs. Ben
taltychairn a ndB Ms hre
Greenfield will greet guests; Mrs.
J. N. Morris, Mrs. Harry Oliphant
and Mrs. Stanley C. Meyers have
charge of the .programs.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Seldin of
J~amaica, L. I., are spending the
winter at the Park apartments,
At an organization meeting' of Sholpnk Lodge of Bnai Brip
solicitors aqd workers held at ther undertakinngi o shak a servep oC
Palatial Reeis~taurant. ~I t Fr~ida~y, (the: activities :of 1 apret ra
conipl~ete~and detailed ;instructions izartio~si ini thli Cy e m.T
were gives as to the salef of tickets survey ggpropoys ~an .pphapR 'i~n-
and solicitation of.ads for the pro-) vestigation of .th~e membership,
gram for the ~fifth annual charity purposes, .expensee tAnd, isaluef An~0
ball of thd Jewishjl Welfare'Biireau the community of each of the. for.
being held this year at the Colutn- tsid .f'i d rginiidtbioj'r likr
bus Roof on February 28, 1982. functioning in the city.
Six teams of workgera 'composed The results of the investigation-
of five members to each t~eam 'di- will' bi 'com~phiid'Q rit Abbipute
vided the city into territories and report~ which, will be~ ava~ilqbit.~ Cfot
will attempt an unprebedentedi sale use by the general public.
of tickets and advertisements' for Wihile the local~ lodge will lin no1
the program. way recommend or suggest eolian-
In addition to the usual dance nation or amalgamation of .or-
music being furnished this year tanizationsj, y'~lt ?it~ jpl posed
by Bernie Mayerson and his orch.- that the survey ,,hen: coinplefed
estra and the extraordinary array will be a basis of discussion by
of talent being donated 'by the the entire Jewish' coniifunityX,qy~igh
numerous light clubs throughout the hope utlimately or elignaznakr
the city, a midnight suptir wdl ling over-lapping or under-reach-
be served all of the guests pres. ing of activities.
ent at this year's affair. +
e e eMr. and ~.Mrs. Philip .,Winsteini
Mrs. Bernett Weinstock and of.Providence, R. I., are spending
daughter, Mrs. Albert Bunin of their sixth winter herse ant( irk
Wilmington, Dek;, are :visiting guests at; the Biltmore. adpartni Sts,
their son and brother, Benjamin Miams ~Besh.i .
Weinstock of the Spring Multi-
graphing Co. of this ecity. *They 1Mrrs. Alex Sperblum of P~oyt
will attend his wedding which in Chester, N. Y~., is the gueigaof
to be an event of this coming Sun- Mr. and Mrs.~ I. H;I lineblumiR, igg5
day. Pennsylvania avenue, the Roose-
velt: apartmaetites, Mirfim Bea~chs''
Mr. and ~Mrs. J. L. Kauffman of M dM Se
this city announce the ~wedding berg anadn chlrr Bn Eami Gnsrt
ropheh m rdo nheo r. d am and Marilyn, of Flushing, Long
WCeinstock of this city, Sunday Island, are spending the winter at
afternoon, February 7th, at 3 119 7th St.,' Miami Beach. They'
o'clock at the Beth David Syna- have as their gliest Samuel Rice
gogue, Rabbi S. M. Machtei' will of Elmburst, N. Y.
officate. 4 .Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oken and
A very interesting, luncheon 'of daughter, Miss Juliet of New York
the local Bnai Brith. Lodge was are winter guests at the Charles
held Wednesday noon at the Pala- apartments, Miami Beach.
tial Kosher Restaurant ~when
Stanley C. Meyers the newly Mr. and Mrs. K. Kohen and' Miss
elected president was in charge. Mildred Piertel of Rockaway .Beach
Mr. Roscoe Brunstetter spoke on L. I., are guests at the Biltmore
behalf .of the: Community~ Chest. apartments, Miami Beach, for. the,
A nurmber oC out of thep eit %en winter.
vited to attend and prizes will be
Given for high scores.~ Refresh-
/ments will be served.
"A4round the Samovar" featur-
ing Russian songs, novelties anld
entertainment, and serving only
Russian foods and drinks is being
sponsored for Sunday evening,
February 21st, at the Miami Jew-
ish drthodox Congregation for the
benefit of its Talmud Torah. Mrs.
Louis Levitt is chairman of the
committee making arrangements
Ifor. this nmvel event'
An .important meeting of the
Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery
Association will be held at Beth
David .auditorium next Monday
evening at 8 p. m., when matters
affecting the organization will be
discussed and acted upon.
Mr. and IMrs. I. L. Steinberg of
Spring Valley, Ill., are winter
guests at the Fountain apart-
The fist social` of. the Young
IsalClub was held last 'Thui~s,
evening, at the home of Mrs.
Myrtle Goldberg and was attend-
edby more than forty-five mem-
hesand guests. Miss Esgther
Woelin vocal selections, Jack
Krueand Nat Shoengold in' a
nvlynumber were among those
entertained the guests. IPane-
ing and gambs wei~e enjoyed ~to a
laehour. Ice creamyn, eake and
pnhwere among the: many good-
esserved through the courtesy
ofMrs. Moe Harris, who was ;the
osesof the evening. A mreet-
ngof the organization viill be
held' next Tuesday evening at tie
home of Miss Elsie Reismian,~ 346
8. W. 14th Ave., when W,, L*
Young Stribling will deliver a
talk; on "Athletics and' Clean Livc-
A very well attended atW, splen-
did affair was the card parth
sponsored last Sunday night~ ;t
lieth David by Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Friedman, Mr. and Mrs. H. Ray-
vis and Mr. and Mrs..Ch~as. Jami-
son. More than thirty tables of
bridge ~were~ in play. The door
prize was won by Mrs. Louis
Weinkle and bigh .score .prispg
were won by Mesdames M, Wein-
bert, A. Butternian and 8. Sache
Dre dian polis, and iy es S
Caruse Muller rendered~ a number
of vocal selections~ and Miss Char
iotte Bernstein played the piano.
/Refreshments were rserEved .at a
late hour. ~
Plan aor, t~heBth David mu-
sical birthday party ..Wednesday,
Feruary 17, at 8 o'clock~.:are in
Icharge~ Of a committeee headed .by
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers who isJ be-
lant assisted by Mesden~es. Inidor
noe, Morris D~ubler, S..J. .Spee-
f, Engler, Lewis. Brown,. H.
B. Farr, Louis Hayman, J. Kats,
iB Handle and Harry, Mdarkowitss
'Tb toar wilb he d ,at Beth
Mbr. and Mrs. Murry. gellmap
formerly of West Palm Bearch re
receiving congratulations1 on the
ofrh~ a baby boy last Monday
d~teVietoria hospital. Mother
r baby are doing well.
rr luu ~ ~ v u yrrJ rr
Briths were present and were in-
troduced. A meeting of the -lodge
will be held next Tu~esday eire-
ning at Beth David auditorium at
8 o'clock w~hen important matters
will be presented for action.
Mrs. Anna Schlossman of New
York has taken an apartment at
the LaVe~eda for the wbinter.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Gitlow of New
York are staying at th'e Hiluseus
apartments, during the winter.
Mrs. ;Ann Ginsburg and
Barnett Wein of Boston and i
Max LeRsser of Satlemn, Mass.,
among the winter visitors at
MrsJ. P. Rosengarten was the
winner of acn test s onsorted~ by
cetyfo th~e benefit of Hadas-
8enlafandorwas awarded' a turkey.
Mrs.. P. Nusbaum and so, r
mng, and Mrs. Spiker Snyrder o
Rocherster., N. Y., have arrived to
sped teirfifth witer and are
stoyn at the Co hnerce apart-
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The Way of Life
By BRUCE BARTON -
ONE MAN'S GUESS
New York has been so thick
with gloom that we have had to
carry flash-lights at mid-day. Men
talk about "thirty years of bad
bus ness" cand "the collapse' df t
cpitlsi sse a "h n
of the gold standard," etc.
Millions of dollars in cash are
hidden in safety deposit vaults.
Since all the authorities have
proved wrong, and one man,
judgment is as good as another s.
guess asweto whpu ishandmwhlit i
not going to happen.
It has been the record of history
.that times of great tribulation re-
sult in the removal of great ab-
Said Lincoln in 1864: "At the
end of three years' struggle, the
nation's condition is not what eith-
er party, or any man, devised or
expected. God alone can claim it.
WKhither it is tending seems plain.
If God now wills the removal of
a great wrong, and wills that we
of the North, as well as you of
the South, shall pay fairly for our
complicity in that wrong, impar-
tial justice will find therein new
cause to attest and revere~ the
justice and goodness of God."
If the Civil War had ended
quickly it would have settled noth~-
ing. 'It dragged through four
weary years, but it abolished slay-
If the present depression had
been easily cured no good would
have come of it. It is so mad, so
world-wide, that it is compelling
the peoples of every nation to
realize the two fundamentals
which were set forth convincingly
in Sir George Paish's book, "The
Way to Recovery.
,. We are compelled to realize
that the old-time insular, nation-
alistic thinking is out of date in
a world which has been shrunk
to a neighborhood. No nation can
prosper unless all nations prosper.
Tariffs and reparations and inter-
national jealousies are shackles on
trade and mean less prosperity for
2. If trade is once freed from
these shackles, including the worst,
which is international suspicion,
the future has possibilities beyond
our wildest dreams. The consump-
tive power of humanity is unlimit-
ed. Even in the most advanced
nations the standard of living is
still low. There are potential
markets enough to keep all our
resources employed, and to make
all of us well to do.
I, therefore, am optimistic, not
because this is a minor depression
but because it is so very serious,
so world-wide, so packed with suf-
fering for everybody.
Before it is finished we shall
be compelled to effect internatiol-
al economic reforms tht we never
should have considered in pros-
THE JE WISH
107 SOUTHE MIAMI AVENUE
J. LOUIS S'BOCHET, Editor
Miami, Floido.am Phone 2-1188
Entered. as scond-class mtte'r Julr 4
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Volume V.--Number 6.
Friday, February 5, 1932
A Hint to young wives:
If your husbands refuses
To wipe the dishes,
Claiming that it is not a man's
Poli el reach for the Bible
And read from 2 Kings 21:13:
"And will wipe Jerusalem
As a man wipeth a dish,
Wiping it and turning it upside
Further comment won't be nee-
According to one who Imows,
Coming out on top in te s ug-
Isn't aewy dsleirable.
Think of all the bald men in the
We find it easy
To be content with what we have.
It's what we haven't got
That makes us discontented.
Some fellows who lay by money
For a rainy day,
Allow themselves to be fooled
By the first sprinkling cart that
turns the corner.
A postage stamp. in the Aztec
When with the Aztecs,
"Don't write--telegraph." -
A Pennsylvania surgeon who re-
moved his~ own appendix has per-
formed a second operation on him-
self. Fears are felt that this sort
of thing will make him introspec-
This might be the spot for a
revival of "Madame Butterfly" in
modern dress. With a cannon uP
one sleeve of the kimono.
No man ever realizes how at-
tractive his home really is until
he offers it for sale and reads
what the real estate agent says
i I I
Authorities in Spain have ruth-
lessly crushed a series of red flare
riots that threatened the new
government, besides upsetting the
Late cables on China's boycott
had Japan breaking down sales
resistance with air raids and send-
ing battalions of house-to-house
canvassers through Shanghai to
Teacher: "If Columbus were
alive today, wouldn't he be looked
upon as a remarkable man?"
Jimmy: "I'll tell the world! He
would be 500 years old!"
Time and money are valuable,
that's true, so long as you don't
have too much of them.
It is better to know the painful
Than to imagine it worse
Than it really is*
The besti month in which to get
Says the benedict,
Is Oct mbruary-
Thre as no such month.
A en rappers get married,
as they sometimes do,
Itis said the fathers usually shed
a fw ch ers*
Wieh man who starts out in life
Uit 11 bass band,
Ususll Pomes home with a jews-
~C~-nPP-~Y.~jY~r*n ~-~~ ~IULri~L-IL V~1~ ~i~LI-d-L-- I_--~L~--- -I--i~L~V C~--rLe~i-il_~l* ~ ~_~~
A class was asked in r ~a
school examination to a Sunday
meaning of the word "sel ve ther
a while no answer was f Forthoa
in Teld hismall boy hesitating.
"Well?" said the xmnr r
"Please, sir," said the lad,
"that's what Darvid usd t
whenever he broke one of the
strings on his harpl"
Beauty may be only skin deep,
But some of it looks like it might
A quarter of an inch thick.
The woman who interests a inan
Is the one who makes him talk
If ignorance of the law
Excuses no one,
WVe feel sorry for some lawyers
If they ever get into trouble.
A healthy kid on one roller skate
Finds more joy in life
Than a dyspeptic millionaire in
The foolish "darn" their lucr--
The wise mend it.
The milk of human kindness
Beats cold cream
If biologists are correct about
the human chin being doomed to
extinction, what is left of Balkran
royalty seems well ahead of his
While a one-year moratorium is
something, it scarcely gives the
beneficiaries time enough to get
a debt cancellation drive more
than nicely launched.
If you .have a philosophical
question to ask go to a philoso-
pher, not a cynie.
If the average woman had to
choose between brains and beauty
she wouldn't hesitate long.
Shortly after marriage a girl
drops the soul affmnity business
fnd begins to scrap with the gro-
I I !ard
The moire you aehad
The less you will be heard of.
Fame is all the things
You didn't say about yourself.
The barber accounts for his tardi-
By explaining that he was shav-
And before he realized it
He had talked, himself
Into a haircut and a shampoo.
Business may be looking up,
But it's in no danger at present
Of getting a crickt in its back.
While waiting for your ship to
Why not be digging for cllass!
Mlanyr a man woho has an etc
opinion of himself
Is a poor Judge of human nature.
It is not the lead, but thlrn
That makes you tired.
A pesalmist is one whbo, of O
Choose them both,
As auie. mroreI Ithn I f
when we do get business
again our prosperity will
THE BUMBLE MOUTH ORGAN s
particularly men ob osl
and sociably meant to be tcehousoing
sickness of the bo who ome- fo
the farm to th oiy, fom ome from
school. The we rl nrom meto wa
It went with the Tommies and
the doughboys into the trench s
so much so that it is handed d es,
to fame in the song that sown
"Tommy with 'is month horg an,
'e's at it hall the time Buta i
always will remain the particular
musical instrument of the Ameri-
The mouth organ will never take
its place in opera or the symphony
orchestra, but neither will the op-
cra or the orchestra take the place
of the humble harmonica in the
life of the American boy, the
homesick or the man at the front.
So long as there is yeatth there
will be mouth organs. Like mar-
bles, tops, kittes and baseball, it
is one of the ~inaienii~~~~iiable rights of
The month organ is at its best
in the oldfamiliar arirs. It was
F~Sdag; February a ~,
rage Four THE JEWISH LRDA
The Yeshiva College is an n-
tegral part of the Yeshi a, the
Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Th oogica
Seminary, which was incorporated
in 1896. By an amendment to the
charter made by the Board of
Regents of the University of the
State of New York, it is author-
ized to offer courses leading t
the degrees o f Bachelor of Arts
and Bachelor of Science.
The Yeshiva College dedicates
its energies to the e uca ion of
selected groups of Jewish young
men. It aims to educate liberally
as well as Jewishly, young men
whto haves alea dy see et y
of Judaism and its teachings, and
who consider the complete under-
standing of the culture and the
faith of historic Judaism ari es,
sent azl part of the equipment -to
be acquired during their College
years. It seeks to strengthen in
the minds of its students this abid-
ing consciousness of the high
ideals and the spiritual heritage
of the Jewish people, and to de-
velop intellest and character
through the pursuit of those hu-
man zing studies by which life is
enriched. The Yeshiva College
believes that an understanding of
the background of Judaism, and
its contribution to human progress
will quicken the student's insight
into his liberal studies. It aims
to foster this harmonious growth,
in which t~he bases of modern
knowledge and culture in the
fields of art, science, and service,
are blended with the bases of
Jewish culture, so that its stu-
dents may be trained in the spirit
of intelligent and high-minded en-
thusiasm, and develop as informed
and devoted sons in the spirit and
faith of Israel, able to recognize
te essential harmony of le.
For the present, the Yeshiva
College is open only to the stu-
dents of the Yeshiva, who are tak-
ing their Jewish studies in the
Yeshiva itself, where the meth-
od of intensive and independent
study encourages intellectual imtli-
ative among the. students, and
where research and individual en-
deavor-properly guided and ad-
vise--inspire the student to sus-
tained effort. The Yeshiva Col-
legel is, and hopes to remain a
Isma 1 college, with a body of se-
lect students, so that this ap-
proach to the tutorial system may
always characterize the College
work, and maintain that close per-
sonal contact between faculty and
students which stimulates thought
and helps to build character.
On every side of the Yeshiva
College are the manifold facilities
for education afforded by this
great city--libraries, museums,
scholarly and scientific associa-
tions, and public for a, all eager to
lielp the student prepare himself
sk mand, spirit, and body for the
Rabbi Mayer Freed, represent-
ing the Yeshiva and College is
now on a brief visit to Miaim
where he is conferring with a
number of its directors who are
spending the season there.
THIS IS NOT GOOD WILL
(Reprint from B'nai B'rith
We admonish the International
Committee on the Christian Ap-
proach to the Jews that its method
of approach can scarcely be called
Cher itian Asttwe a drad it
neighbor's religion; it esteems the
neighbor as an equal brother be-
fore God; seeking peace with the
neighbor, it avoids gestures that
might give him offense.
Certainly, this Christian atti-
tude is absent when, under the
guise of promoting good will, the
International Committee on the
Christian Approach to the Jews
approaches the Jews with methr
ods that appear to suggest prots.
It is not good will that comes
to the neighbor with bouquets
deftly concealing the propaganda
This is found in a certain "news
sheet' that this organization has
begun to publish. Ostensibly is-
sed topoone dC stiaelatitoh
"news sheet" contains the usual
material which proselytizers have
always used in approaching Jews.
It is like the candy that the crud-
er missionaries rised in the past
to bring Jewish children to their
missions in the ghettoes of some
of the larger cities
The "sheet" contains items of
Jewish interest interspersed with
an article on evangelism, reports
on mixed marriages, news of mis-
sion activities, advice to Christian
and Jewish students on their "end-
less opportunities of discussing
religion and Christ."
We advise this organization that
self-respecting my p~re not to be
approached that j~; that at-
tempt to convert implies insult,
especially if it comes with decep-
tion; that the Jew is quick to dis-
cern and abhor any "good will
that approaches with one hand out
stretched in friendliness and the
other reaching. to assault his
faith; that those` who attempt this
Defeat the good will that abould
exsit between the religions.
Good will says: "Mly neighbor's
religion is as good for him as
mine is for me. It is his way of
life by which he seeks the goal of
righteousness, peace, and just
dealing. This is also the goal of
my religion. So he and I have
m~uc4 in common and may walk
together toward the attainment of
this goal each respecting the re.
ligion of the' other.**
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_ ~- _
New York; Mr. I. Golden, N w
,ok Mr. Cummings, Montreal,
Canada; Mr. and Mrs. Friedman,
Boston, Mass.; Mr. A. Lichtman
New York; Mr. and Mrs. Kuper'
smith, New York; Mr. and Mrs.
Drogan, Jamaica, L. I.; Mr. and
Mrs. -Senker, Baltimore, Md.; Mrs.
B. Miron, Burlington, N. J.; Mrs
Goldman, Boston, Mass. M '
Burstein, Brookline, Ma s.; M..
and Magid, Providence, R. I.; M .
and Mrs. Glickman, Newark, N
J.; Mrs. Bornstein, Paterson, N'
J.; Mr. and Mrs. Fruchter & Ston'
Newberg, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs'
Gerber, Carbondale, Pa.; Misses
C. and Dl. Davis, New York *
& & & && && & & && &
cb AROUND THE CAMPUS A
cb At University of Miami 6
cb By Milton A. Friedman c
Hello, folks! Is everybody ha -
py ? Let's forget about the de-
pression and foreign complications.
Just remember that every cloud has
a silver lining. Incidentally, the
University activities are still go-
ing strong, in case you are inter-
True to my promise of last week
this article this week will include
more than athletic news, although
there will be plenty of that.
An Economics Forum has been
organized through the diligence of
Miss Marion Sackler. It is an
organization devoted to the free
discussion of economic problems
and subjects. The topic at the last
meeting was concerned with un-
employment. I wonder if they
found out that positions might
not be waiting for them when they
matriculate after four years of
collegiate work. Other Jewish
students interested in the Forum
are Joe Fleischaker and Jack Daly.
The debating team has finally
been picked. Only one Jewish boy
will make the trip (it is slightly
uncertain who that one will be
so I will not mention any name.)
However, there are two debates
scheduled locally before the trip.
George Baer will be on the team
that will compete with Rollins
College, February 20, and Milton
Weiss and Milton A. Friedman will
;tendered Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lel-
bovitt at their home following the
Friday night services, in celebra.
tion of their ninth wedding anni-
versary. Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld
gave an impressive benediction
and a beautiful gift of linen was
presented by their friends. Dar-.
ing the evening a salad course was
served.~ Among those attending
were Mr. and Mrs. J. Sneider, Mr.
and Mrs. M. Tessler, Mr. and Mrs.
F. Barer, Mr. and Mrs. H. Lee,
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dubbin, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Barash, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Labson, Mr. and Mrs. B. Lab
son, Mr. and Mrs. S. Firestone,
Mr. and Mrs, Louis Vangilder and
Mrs. Finkelstein of Passaic, N. J.
Mr. Louis Vangilder was giving
a surprise party by a group i
friends at his home, 718 Kanaga
Ave., and received many beautiful
gifts. Card games followed, dane-
ing was enjoyed and a midnight
luncheon was served.
Among the guests present were*
Mr. and Mrs. H. Lee, Mr. and Mrs.'
H. Leibovitt, Mr. and Mrs. F. Ba~r-
er, Mr. and Mrs. J. Labson, and*
Mr. and Mrs. B. Labson of. Newr
York City, Mr. and Mrs. H. Gor-
don, Mr. and Mrs. J. Lesser and
Max Marans, a brother of Mrs.
N. Gold of Brooklyn N. Y., is
here spending his tenth winter
and is located at the Lisbon apart-
ments, Miami Beach.
A specialBoard meeting of the
Senior Hadassah is being held to-
day at the home of Mrs. S. H.
Lutzky president to discuss plans
for the donor's luncheon which is'
being held on February 15.
binson of Brooklyn, N. Y., and
Mr. Max Marans of Hackensack,
A delightful surprise party was
and rehearsals are now in prog-
Many tourists are arriving here
daily and are taking an active in-
terest in the work of the Jewish
Daily Hebrew classes are being
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The regular Friday services will
be conducted at ð El Congre-
gation by Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld
who will preach a sermon. Sat.
turday morning the services be-
gin at 9:30 and the Rabbi will
preach on-the portion of the week.
Beth Israel will hold its regu-
lar services Friday evening at the
Temple with Rabbi Carl N. Her-
man officiating and will begin at
8:15 p. m.
A Most brilliant success was
the cabaret sponsored by Beth Is-
rael Sisterhood held at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Sam A. Goldstein
recently. More than one hundred
and twenty-five guests attended.
The committee in charge were
Edit id by RABBI LAZARUS AXE ROD
A Page for
In appreciation for the surprise
pr tendered them recently m
peebarty of their twenty-fifth
celeraionann"iversary by their
wrenddin Mr. and Mrs. Lazarus
fbrins, of Miami Beach enter-
Abamsd large number of their
tained~a t. their home Wednesday
,friend Cantor Boris Schlachman
night an ber of musical se-
lections were play d by esom o
the gues s. Iad weepae
during the evening and at a late
hour a buffet luncheon was serv-
Bible class of Bt acob Cn
gregation meets regularly every
Wednesday evening at the Syna-
gogue under the direction of Rab-
bi L. Axelrod and Mr. Obadiah
Grossman. All are welcome.
Rev. Zvi Hirsch Masliansky
and Mrs. Masliansky arrived m
Miami recently and were welcom-
ed by Mayor Cleary of Maimi
Beach and Messrs. Goldberg & Al-
baum, owners of The Nemo Hotel
and many of their prominent
guests. The party comprising 1
automobiles were escorted by a
biotor Cycle Squad to The Nemo
Hotel, Miami Beach. Rev. Mashi-
ansky is acclaimed one of the
great outstanding Talmudic Scho-
lars, and for over 40 years his
Oratory has won him great fame
and esteem throughout the world.
Luncheon was tendered to Rev.
and Mrs. Masliansky, and the fol-
lowing guests were included. Can-
tor Schlachman entertained with
Mr. and Mrs. N. Cohen, Mr. A.
B. Rosenstein, Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liams and daughter, of New York:
Mdr. L. Miller, Monroe, N. Y.; Mr.
rnd M~rs. Sha iro, New York; Mr.
Goldstein, Boston, Mass.; Mr.
Smithline, Mr. A. Block, Mr. Back-
er, all of New York; Mr. Louis
Atlantic City N. J.; Mr. Pinchin-
son, Staten Island, N. Y.; Mr. and
Mrs. Nemerson, Mr. and Mrs.
Scholemson, of So. Fallsburg, N.
Y'.; Mrs. A. Levine, New York;
Mrs. Shampanier, Scranton, Pa.;
M~r. and Mrs. Kalmowitz, Paterson,
N. J.; M\r. and Mrs. Sussman, So.
Fallsburg, N. Y.; Mr. Jay Hirsch,
Glen Falls, N. Y.; Mrs. J. Fischer,
New York; Mrs. L. Steinberg,
compose the team that will de.
Ibate Asbury College, March 4.
Now to proceed to sports news
where I have plenty of material.
The Woman's Sport Club won the
intramural sorority volley-ball
tournament. The "Beas," Schaff
and Silver, played well for the
victors; Jo Ross also saw action.
I knew that these strong-arm girls
would get somewhere.
ST. PETERSBURG NEWS
More than one hundred and fifty
guests attended the banquet ofl~s Ca N emn r W l
Beth El Sisterhood last Sunday Hahn an Mrs. Harry Halpern.
at the Bevery Hotel. Rabbi Zie- *
lonka, and' Judge Henry Cohen of A regular meeting of Beth I-
Tampa, as well as Ra bi L. Leho- rael Sisterhood was held at the
er f tis itywer amng heTemple last Tuesday night and
principal speakers. Officers of the i important business was transacted.
Sisterhood are Mrs. Max Good- ***
kind, president; Miss Eva Rojin- Mrs. B. D. Sachs the mother of
sky, vice president; Mrs. M. New- jMrs. Carl N. Herman, and sister
mark, second vice president; Mrs. Zelda and uncle Mr. I. Rogoff are
A. Zelinger, secretary; Mrs. H. visiting with Dr. and Mrs. Carl
Pfeiffer, treasurer. Following the N.Hra.
formal dinner, bridge and other[ + *
games were played and prizes The regular monthly meeting of
awarded for high scores. the United Jewish Welfare Bureau
of the Palm Beaches was held
Congregation Bnai Israel will Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
hear Max Shmitz recite the tradi- MI~ary Schrebnick with Mr. Joseph
tionl Kdduh ad dlivr aBarMendel presiding. Plans for the
Mitzva address tonight at the caiybl ob ednx e-
services in observance of his bar nesday, February 10, at the Elks
mitzva which will take place Sat- Club were acted on.
urday morning in the Synagogue.
Rabbi L. Lehrer will preach as A joint meeting of Congrega\-
usual with special reference to; tion Beth El and its Sisterhood
the Bar Mitzva. Saturday morn- was held Wednesday night and ac-
ing the Rabbi will preach in Yid- tive work on the Bazaar was an-
dish. Following the Friday night nounced. More committees volun-
and the Saturday morning services teered to assist in the project.
refreshments will be served by the *
parents of the Bar Mitzva. The Mr. and Mrs. Harry Leibovitt
boy's choir of the Congregation entertained a fishing party last
assists in the services. Sunday on the yacht "Humor."
--------Among their guests were Mrt. and
Next Friday evening and Sat- Mrs. Louis Vangilder, Mr. A. Ro-
urday morning Sydney Bernstein
will be Bar Mitzva, will recite the
Kiddush and deliver ~a Bar Mit-
zva address. Saturday he will
read the maftir. Rabbi Lehrer will
preach both Friday evening and
Plans for a gala play to be pre-
sented by' the members of the
Junior Bnai Israel are being made
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