The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
February 12, 1932
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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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).

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 35317254
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AA00010090:00155

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WQAM beginn loidn program presented every Sunday afternoon over Station who is scheduled to speak from

sI thA beinnga p. m. is replete with entertainment every minute of the lecture platform at Temple
te entire time it is on the air. Music that brings back memories of years Israel on February 14, at 8:00 p.
ago to the old ones, acquaints the young ones with Jewish music that you and m., has written to the committee
they want to know, played in the real Jewish inimitable manner by the Jew- ;cand sedtt hes sbje perom ite tro

o iheF'lor dan Orchestra, under the direction of Bernie 1Mayerson, assisted by res e a, an d ess b~e eromie tog
notd vocals is presented for your entertainm e~nt. Would you like to have use as his subject "The American
-some particular music played or sung for you? Don't hesitate, but write The crisis."
Jewish Floridian Program in care of Station WQAM and your wish will be Dr. Will Durant is peculiarly
complied with. itted to discuss this subject of
Sundy 2p. fr Rel Ejoy ent Tun inon QAMg~reat public interest today. His
Sundy 2p. fr Rel Ejoy ent Tun inon QAMaudience will hear a perspective
cnml rtcurnd mr om a toip h our
the world, our economic, moral
J01nt Campaign ,B sa eT ckand political crisis; the faults and
Announcements I ic yne rc virtues of the American character:
TO Be Made Attracts Crowds thr tet inat weifae today in die
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX I aggression in China, are some of
With the arrival in Miami of/ CONGREGATION The northside plant of the Bis- the interesting points that will be~
Mr. Harold Altschul of New York, ( 55S .TidSre(Orthodox) cayne Kennel Club is still carry- brought out by Dr. Durant in this
one of the national representatives 14 .WThrStet ing capacity crowds nightly be- 'tecture.
of te JintDisribtio Comit The usual early services begins cause of the splendidly well match- Dr. Durant has been known as
lat 5:30 with the late services at ed cards of dog racing presented a brilltant lecturer in the United
tee plans for a drive in the inter- nightly. In addition to the excel. States for more than fifteen years,
ests of the distressed Jews ln 8:30 when Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan lent and exciting races, the Wild and his critical discussion of the
JEurope and the Palestine funds, will preach on "Satisfaction in West Rodeo put on during the failure of Democracy, particular-
are being completed. Mr. Philip Giving." The usual congregational) evening has attracted thousands. ly in municipal politics, to select
Liberman, president of the Mer- s:nging will be led by the Rab'oi Saturday morning a special show.i for, public office the highest avail-
cantile Bank and Trust Company Saturday morning services begin ing of the Wild West Rodeo is be. able type of character and ability,
of Miami Beach is honorary chair- ing given free to children. This has stamped him as a man of
at 9 a. m. and the Rabbi will
man of the Joint Campaign. is being done because of the State outstanding ability on world prob-
Messrs. Day J. Apte and Harry preach on the portion of the week* rule prohibiting minors from at- lems.
Simonhoff are co-chairmen, Mrs.iCNRGTO Bli-- ----- tending the nightly races. Dr. Durant's lecture will begin
Max Dobrin, secretary and Harry COGEAINBT AI The mutuels at the track have promptly at 8:00 p. m. Sunday
I. Lipton treasurer. Honorary of- (Conservative) /been paying splendid prices and ~evening, February 14, at Temple
fices ar Rabis aco H. an- 139 N. W. Third Avenue are rather popular with the racing Israel, 137 N. E. 19th St.
lan, S. M. Machtei, Lazarus Axel- S. M. MACHTEI, Rabbi fans. Tickets are on sale for this lec-
rod and Jonah E. Caplan. Other ture at the Red Cross Pharmacy,
members of the committee will be Mr. Stanley C. Myers, superin-/ CHARITY BALL PLANS Jules, 14 E. Flagler St., and thed
named shortly. The campaign will tendent of the Beth David Sunday PROGRESSING ITemple Israel office.
be beguq with a banquet on March School, will be the guest speaker --
10. Full details of which will be at the 8 o'clock services tonight. Plans for the annual Charity *rn p nn
announced soon. The services will be conducted by] Ball for the Jewish Welfare
Plans for the inclusion of the Rabbi S. M. Machtei and Cantor Bureau are progressing. The Tp ne H l
Miami Jewish Welfare Bureau in LusHy n.Afrmwlfo-event which is to be hald at the 1 e H l
.the drive are being discussed and low the services and questions will Columbus Roof on February 28,
action will be taken the early part be answered by the rabbi. A so- includes numerous high class acts The grand opening of the Lit-
of next week. cial hour will follow. Tomorrow loaned to the committee by the tle Roomanian Restaurant at 220
Plans for the drive will prob- morning the services will begin at night clubs of the district, and JN. Miami Ave., will be held this
ably set $5,000 as the goal to be 18:30. Sunday School classes will will be followed by a mid-night coming Sunday, February 14th
attained. Meet at 10 a. m. on Sunday. supper which will be given free when a very elaborate program of
of charge. entertainment will be presented all
WASHNGTN BICENEN-TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI Unless the Jewish public, in par- evening for the benefit of the pa-
WASHING O BS-ERVED- (Reform) ticular, will aid the committee to trons. Music, singers, and dane-
NIAL TO BE 137RED ,, N. E. Nineteenth Street .make this affair a financial sur. ing will be featured.
-------DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabtbi cess, the Jewish Welfare Bureau Roomanian broilings of fleika,
The local ~Bnai 13rith; Lodge ~un- Services will be held Fridaiy will be unable to conduct its re- and similar native dishes are be-
der the dirdetion of Stanley C. evening at 8:15 at Temple Israel. lief activities. The Lades' Auxi- ing specialized in and served in
Myers is making plans for a Coun- reform Jewish congregation, at liary of the Welfare Bureau :s Roulmanian style on planks. Mas-
ty wide observation of the Wash- 1137 N. E. 19th St. Dr. Kaplan will now canvassing the city for its meliga and brindze, Roomania's
ington Bi-Centennial celebration to spa on__ the subject: "The Out- souvenir program and for the sale national dish is only one of the
be eldin iam Suday Feru"side and the Inside of the Tem- of tickets and the arrangements many imported delicacies which
ary 21. Plans call for the parti- ple." The public is welcome. committee -headed by Stanley C. have made a hit with the many
cipaion f eery ewih oran" The Bible class to which visitors Myers is requesting active coop-ptrsdrigheatwe.
ation in the City who have been are welcome. meets with Dr. K~ap- eration from the Jewry of the dis- The first Roomanian restaurant
asked to name representatives for lan at his study Wednesday monrn- trict* in this section, it has met wRith
ths vet. A usca cnc igs at 11 o'clock. instant favor and many out of
wKill be presented in addition toba FLAGLER TRACT IS VERY town visitors have been attracted
number of addresses and refre h- CONGREGATION BETH JACOn POPULAR through the notices in the Jewish
ments will be served during the (Orthodox) Floridian and through the Radio
evening Full details will be an- 311 Washington Avenue The West Flagler K~ennel C program of the Jewish Floridian.
bounced in our next isse iami Beach h etFalrKne lb Takish coffee and Roomanian
---------eL. AXELROD, Itabbi within but a few minutes ride or pastries are meeting with instant
CONCERTS TO BE GIVEN Regular late Friday evening ser- Ithe center of the city is proving ,f avor even from non-Roomanian
yidishconert feturng em-vics t Congregation Beth Jacob popular with local and visiting patrons visiting.
Ydds h ontert featuring me Yr tt at 8:15. Dr. Abraham Wolf- fans. Cham ionsu of dodo CAPreI WL
rerets Cof the pop lar New gie ill be the guest spe aker, his evenly m,,~~:oat the vario us T.J M B LL W L
pert tae Coompny wll bel given subject will be: "The Life of nightlyr cards and the resulting SEEK COLLECTOR'S POST
t8h sthe da Lod n Amhote, Mirami sauc hS inoza." Mr. Irving D~a. races have been so close! that the IT CmblPl ec
d, vionn. president of the Miami fans have been given e~xceedingly T. .CmbelPle Bah


8, beginning at .mTeo-tmt' is fce a otco
neNm lteYai Bach Beach Jewish Social set, w~ill ad- Iclos~e rad excitlag races. Teo-cwt' is lce olco
henp Nemohote, Mibamiy B4 t8:30 dress the congregants, and two Ificials have excelled in their ar- is stain seekfung that position, an-
un~ Iday nght Foebrury 4,a and or three members of the group rangement of the matchesl and souncing his candidacy for the
. m.er Mad Rose ost epbsonl gve will hold a discussion on a JewRish every convenience for the hand- office Thourday. He is running
members ofen star eastl bolde qulestionl. The public is cordially ling of the crowds has been et- sujet t the daoeasorti primary,
ndlrn hit aa sh e Jwsh stage, invited to attend these services. fected. I aeT


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Greyhound racing at the Miam
chKennel Club is just begin
igto reach its height for th~
particularly in the matte~
, attendance and peak of racing
of the dogs. The crowrdr
increasing in proportion with
Veyadditional night's racing
'erdogs have been entered in the
frn time to time by raci g

has little difficulty in ar-
onigten races of dogs so even
matched that many of the
etsend in what is called a
Blne"finish.
Altar Drain, Arch deGeer's

peerlbr seaon pe d sn ati
alymet his Waterloo in W.
eBryant's dog, Crony, that was
atfresh from California tri-
mpsand he not only defeated
great Altcar in their first com-
ttobut set a new track ree-
rdof 30 seconds flat for the 510
rddistance in doing so.
Many other dogs have shown
improvement and must he
athdduring the balance of the
Amn them r Ball
Itsish mBounddy. Jm anh Flag
rhDictator, Rambling Eagle,
linPrice, Retta. Owner's Risk,
oylPalm, Decision, Empty
ektJolly Roger, Benton,
sedcr, Veach, Fez, and Electro.
Box parties are the vogue this
eao.At the Tex Rickard Mem-
rilhandicap last Saturday eve-
igthere were no fewer than 18
r.vate parties ranging from 6 to
Guests in each one. Next Sat-
rdy evening the All Fraternal
onrswhich convenes in Mi-
ni for a two day session on Fri-
yand Saturday, will attend the
esin a body. This organization
eldsmembers of theM a-
sRoyal Areanum, and o-
enof the W~orld lodge s~and
nyof the 400 persons at dng
11have their first glimpse of
ehud racing as it is done art
miBeach. Special races will
run in honor of this orgamiza-


The Miami Beach Rod and Reel
:lub will also celebrate at the
Iiami Beach Kennel Club next
reek with a party in honor of thne
e-election of Mr. Benjamin E.
"arrier as president. A special
ace will be run on the evening
i their attendance in honor of the


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The daily doubles continues to
Sone of the most popular forms
wagering ever offered at a rac-
ortrack. Since the evening a
limian won nearly a thousand
alasfor a $2 mutuel ticket on
his Pool system, the doubles win-
lows have been the scene of much
eotivity.

ilh10RIAL SHAFT TO BE
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Sthe 1 bsone to the memory
ited lalte Max L. Abramson who
Filed a ie more than a year ago
rioon, unveiled next Sunday aft-
rn the ebruary 14, at 8- p. m.*
regat section of Beth David Con-
I Northo in the City Cemetery
Rab Noeast Second Ave*
Ratei 8. M. Machtel will oiffi-
Ir. and all friends of the late
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O~~~b~oosecooobossooosoooooooocoooosoecooo oThe First Amsir ID nor Lunch- drsement. The formal in tallatiol
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o Hadassah is giving is to be held instructions as to duties were ad-
~at 1 p. m. at the Hotel Helene, minstered, then followed. Brief
~next Monday, Miami Beach. Mrs. addresses by Mrs. Ida Buckstein,
9 a Edward Jarcobs, National Presi. president of the Ladies' Auxiliary
o~ 4
9 9 dent of Hadassah is to be the and Mr. Nathan Adelman press-
9 O++6++++++++++++*+++++ guest of honor, she will also be dent of the Congregation co elhrd
Thereulr eelymetig f hewedig ermoie o MAJthe speaker on the program. Oth- ed the crmne.Sn ce,
The Frensi egulrwelys meetin of hie werddng ceeone of. BjMis er prominent Hadassah women coffee, and other refreshments
ath Frisyendhipl Leagude wsheda WiStophi Gord'onee toM.Bnamin will give brief greetings and talks. were served after the formal ad-
at Bscane alllas Wedesdy Winsockweresolmnied astAn excellent program of Jewish dresses and program was conclud-
night with a number of visitors Sunday a tern inh at Bebtih SDa msci o epeetd yMs d In charge of arrangements
present Aon the m werk tney Louis ofiiain .hbie Rosemary Gerson, Miss Landes- were Mrs. Morris Kotkin, Mr. H.
Kaga ofNewYor, Sanly Mchte oficitin Th brde as an and Mrs. Miaurice Gordon. M. Drevich, Mrs. M. Rappaport,
Green of Philadelphia, Frank attended by her parents, Mr. and MrSam Futterfass, Mrs. Sam
Hoffman of Brooklyn, Marian Mrs. J. L. Kauffman. Following Reservations may be made by TannauMs.Ca. ann
cLa s Jn cnrv hLouis ofo Chi- theta cremodniles dinner as ts rv l al n, M .. 5B ny. Weink baum Mr""~s.m Max. Kufeas.taein.
Mass. Jack Lapin was chosen the immediate members of the H. Lutsky, president, Tel 2-4040 A motn etn fte
tesra ccetheh center* icnknent amPB~lies at Harry Rosalsky's Kosh- mom igs An beo as uiimprarwi beet o heldewih

o slaing o the city.ofGovemneor A very interesting meeting of ever held by a Hadassah in Mi. day, February 15, at 2 p. m., in

uil rykhel Monda ee ens ,s F b. thethYoung Israel group ls R Id ami. ead hel Idand the pubi is u asp
Cleavenson, 909% S. E. Miami m"an last Tuesday night when im- The concerts at the Nemo Hotsl er will address the meeting and
Road, and all members' of the Iportant business was transacted by the members of the New York a social hour will follow the bus-
board are urged to attend. and plans for the future work of Operetta Co. last Saturday and iness session.
the organization were acted upon. Sunday nights were attended byl
Iseveral hundred residents and, The Worthy Grand Matron of
The junoin Lapd Year Hdance o Final plans have been made for guests, and were greatly enjoyed /the Grand Chapter of Florida
theJuio ad enorHaasahthe "Around the Samovar" an by all. Eastern Star was welcomed Tues--
will be held Sunday evening, FebJ- evnn etrngRsincs day evening in West Palm Beach
luary 21, at the Alcazar Hotel. tms rns refreshments and One~ of the most impressive on her first official visit through
LastSunay nghtMrs.M. entertainment. This will be held gatherings of recent days in Mi- Florida by members of Emanazh
Schwartz and Mrs. Morris Dubler at the Synagogue of the Miami ami was the formal installation Chapter O. E. S. Those in the
werecohotes n iaocae hJewish Orthodox Congregation on services last Sunday night at the greeting party were Minis Bertha
favi Tamud ora Chan Fnd.Sunday evening, February 21, and Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega- Mendelson, DvdGle r.
is in charge of a committee heart- ti- n when the officers of the Con- Josephine Lobazine. Mesdames
eK 1n.;i hwrewr zes w ed by Mrs. Louis Levitt of the gr-egation and that of, the Ladies' ~Ann Rimn laT asr
Ladies' Auxiliary. The proceeds Auxilary were formally inducted
aw eoM ham~rIorawill be used towards the upkeep into, office. Seated around the rY033C"v"
EngerMa Arnovtzand4.of the Talmud Torah. heavily lad d tablasn yer mo O e ig o d
Butra of Ne York City Atnre .n .,tyre
Buttrma of ew ork ity At Next b unday evening, Februar~y i Gents, members and tourists. The
a lte ourdelcios rfrehmets the Woman's Club of the tables were beautifully decorated D e o rN
were served. '~~__ ~~. 1 -11_lIlI-:l-- (----__ _~1~_


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\Vor'kmlens Cirele will entertain at
Supper in its hall, 701 N. tE.
Sth Ave., at which Mesdames L.
Levin and A. Friedman will be the
hostesses. The public is urged to
attend and a very enjoyable eve-
ning is promised. The proceeds
will be used for the upkeep of the
Schule conducted by the organiza-
tion for the teaching of "Yiddish"
culture.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Resnick will
leave for Havana Saturday for a
vacation in Cuba and will return
the latter part of next week.
*
An important meeting of the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation
will be held at the vestry rooms of
the Synagogue next Tuesday eve-
ning, February 16, at 8 p. m. Im-
portant business will be acted up-
on and all members are urged to


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with cut; flowers, and candelabra
ornamented the main table at
which the officers and speakers
were seated. The ceremonies be-
gan with an invocation by Rabbi
Jonah E. Caplan of the Congrega-
tion, all present remaining stand
ing. A stirring appeal forar
vival of interest in matters Je
ish was made in Yiddish by Rabbi
Mayer Freed of the Isaac Elcn-
anan Yeshiva and College and
was roundly applauded by all.
Several selections by Fred Page
and Miss Dot Whitney, and num-
bers by Joe Mandelbaum and M.
Glickman were rendered between
addresses. A splendid address by
Babbi Jonah E. Caplan embodying
a challenge to all in the interests
of Orthodoxy and the true tradi-
tional faith brought the hearers
Sto their feet in enthusiastic enl-


Mrs. Rose Weiss and her moth-
er, Mrs. D. Schwartz of New York
have taken an apartment at the
Jefferson for the winter,
*
The benefit bridge for Temple
Israel Sisterhood last Wednesday
evening at Kaplan hall was at-
tended by a large number of resi-
dents and tourists. Miss Marion
Taylor won a beautiful cake which
was one of the prizes. Other
prizes were won by Mesdames
Ralp Plaut of Jamaica, L. I., I. L.
Rosendorf, Tobias Simon, L. Kur-
1.n of New -York city and Jos.
Fields. Delicioils refreshments
were served during the evening.
In charge were Mrs. Larry Fay
assisted by Mesdames Frank Co-
ret, Gordon Davis, Harry Berg,
David Slann, Herbert Kleiman,
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Re twev tabMe otMcg f
e of, the series of Beth Da~rvid
nefit Chain bridgesd Tuesday at
Dhorme in oa Gables.
Dreisen. High sroneb prs.
re won by Mrs. A. E. Freidman,
s. Harry Frankr of Warren,
ioh Mrs. a B uker Mrs.BHarr~y
w score prize was won by Mrs.
E. Lichtens~tein.

Ir. and Mrs. Sylvan Senker of
timore, Md., who spent several
!ks here at the Nemo Hotel
Sby S. S. Chatham Wednesday
ernoon to return to their home.
ile here they visited Cuba
ough the L~orenzo Tours.

'he regular bi-weekly card
ty of the Ladies' Auxi~liary of
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gation last Tuesday night saw
re than twenty tables of bridge
play. Predominant were tour-
.Prizes were awarded~ for
h scores and; refreshments were
red. Mesdames Wm. Maihlo-
z and Morris Rappaport were
hostesses.
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asb engagement BRd approach- -Omuhiersaetecl sses$ luncheon, and also the C ab an .mobilhey maeteti yh
meriage ~ ~ O No ]i a ai Judaism and Zioism whchas Dae isponsoredelbdy Senior-Junior, ***S.
wsallast Sunday night at are being conducted by Mrs. E. on February 21. Mrs. S. Scazar Algh series flctue o nNumber- wel M
nounc house and reception giv- Jacobs on Tuesday and Thursdays hoff, is chairman for the S olsogy ten se nce M ofd numbershe w hiM
byMrs. Lewis mother of the at 10:30 at 923 S. W.~ 10th Ave. and Mlrs. B. Wesson is in charge Tepiex MondayrN ni tr Sthe h
k be and Mbr. and Mlrs. The first class was held last of the Junior Tickets. Mrs. Mil- and N. River Drive, at 8 p. m. and Loi
i Levitt, parents of the prorsg usa n a wl tedd ton Weiner is the chairman of will continue for eight consecutive) A.
tiv groma he omeof Thetesa talk whihMs. wE. Jtedd tcets. Tickets may be secured nights. The entire series will be
te.The guests were greeted asothlnuaeHcosgefrmnybrd ebr.free to the public. M1
t th doo byMissLews an he sokan thou oan the Hebrew;se B. W the business session, Mrs. Miss Rexford will explain many Bal
ce, rs. Lewis and Mr. andspk eascnc a bou ok she deb ew B cn one of the Miami interesting points in numerology wee
Levit. Entetainmet was ended ihl as Hbro se reebom- legates who attended the South- which if carried out according to Ileft
neishdbyM. Silvermaimnt fo- bye ShlmSiegel, w hebre talkorn ern Regional Conference in At- her science she believes, will lead after
bry ofAlntG., h Sivren- mcrbySos enliegheningher told was bantka, on January 24-25 brought to success, happiness and prosper- Whi
d seveal pino selction and mny ofher Iol ofb an excellent report of im- ity. three
iss ee evea ine wo slchinsarm a ny Palest personal experiences portent matters which were dis- Ifornmectinthle-
glye gaven avnumer wof chalmi transitione bohee explained htoasse fdlatw the) conference. This ters m, n, s, t, or 1, numerology T
los. r. Je Madelbum a so thelagug of the bagag ook-h ada ah"oed y te paper, "Why explains the effect they have on par
are several vocal selections. Re- lan I e ss which was presented the individual in whose name they the
shent erel voserved fnrom the ma fuag iof iou prayer is now by Mrs. Lutsky at the conference. appear. The following are the sub-i gre]
atifll decratered dinin tabe lancfe aind itsl in diy par- Requests were made by the mem- stance which Miss Rexford will mor
a te lrgee diing oo o thbe Paletne an book i is dsaidisth i in b is present tohhavie this papar cover in her lecture series: in i
me.Moe ha on hndedpublished, on every conceivabl weekly. inm oc wiondayn Feb 1. Doe Yo urI Iist
esscalled during the evening subject: farming, machinery, me- aecnanM ,Sces T rI igssr
e press their best wishes. Miss .iie ies f nmlswn Tuesday, Feb. 16. Scestp e
xP icne dseseof nial, ewng A lavish display of clothes for f,13.wt
wis was gowned in a belge lace subjects of every day interest. all hours of the day were fea- foresay 1932. 7.wCte- i~th
rio tim wt eg Tese classes are rare op- tured at the fashion show
essoiesnd oreatosag opportunity for the Je wish Miami sponsored by the Senior Co un cil W he retoy li eb 8 Lo. ...
ses Mrs.k Lewis wore ma lovelywoman that wishes to learn more lof Jewish Women recently at the urd aye Faaeb.18Loebfe I
onac est> eks crep Mars h vina about Judalsm and Zionism. Mrs. Scottish Rite temple. Special elec- aFridadfer marig. How do you
E oel f bautfulEdward Jacobs is a foremost au- trical effects considerably en- talk to yourself?
ownaw a oelm t oh she andf thority on both these subjects. hanced the beauty of the occasion. Saturday, Feb. 20. Does your
trnp*Mrs. S. H. Lutsky, president of There were typical setting -for naecnanE. A. O. H orL?
Mr.Lewis wore corsages of sweet Hadassah may be called mornings the various showings, the first SndamenoniFeb. 21 2:3or p. m.
pelewedig il b a een -4040, regarding these classes. bin atbeach costumes, and th u-Square pegs in round holes.

of he arl sumer -A tea and reception honoring party. Loa ecat upyd Congratulations are being re-
The unir Haassh's ardMrs. E. Jacobs is to be held the the dresses, hats, jewelry, bags, cie yM.adMs a is
y lst undy nghtat helatter part of this month. Dale shoes and flowers. sel upon the birth of a baby boy
landon Arms Hotel was well at- is eM rs. D ida ogen a ~ringcagIea, Rut Shmoeswere Myr el alus a h ako e SP
tenedbyboh rsiens s wll* *Zeientz, Sarah Greenberg, Ger- c pof
as visitors to the district. Prizes tdeAbtSrhKnyli are resting nicely. ne~
woere awarded for high scores and A beautiful one act Purim playF Ruh ona IaMri **wi
delicious refreshments were serv- has been written by Mrs. M. D. Ba" e t Bsvinict~ary Bd elnde, MisIaE le wo scnd
Kirsh, fomer resden ofEdna Schonfeld, Eleanor Mink, place in the declamation contest rey
s ~Hadassah, this is to be presented Ant entiEn okwkat the Miami Senior High School sig
Anit Bersten, Ena olkoskg

Next Monday evening, February the latter part of March, in con- Sarah Merlin, Sylvia Greenfield, last week after spirited compet~i- 36
15, the officer's of Emunah Chap. junction with a bridge or dance- d nlrJsi ik Louis tion. She will now compete atlrlc
ter will entertain for the benefit place where this will be held to D~ietz, Gertrude Neham, Bee Al. the dstrct contestar to e el at hc
of the Loyalty Club at the hrome be announced later. brHlnFreGrrd hn h col eray2,a hc
of Ms. da olderg fl4 S W. rs.Kirch as onsnte toberg, Florence Goodman, Sylvia time two will be selected to rep-
I'lth St., with a Valentine party. dietadcs hspa.Miles, Mildred Dreisen, Daisy resent Florida at Washington in
The feature of the evening's pro- Mr.MeZn st ei hreShaff, Florence Besvinick, Sally the National Contest.
gram will be a splendid arranged of the Program Journal which is Kurman, Irene Farr, Alida Ruth ***
Mock wedding, fearing all the also to be used with this play. Whitman, Lena Weinkle. Mr. Dave Solomon of Spring-
details of an elite social- wedding. Other women on the committee Bernice Watts, Miriam Schein- field, Mass., has been a winter
Mrs. Ann Reisman, and Mrs. will be announced later. berg, Ethel Harris, Millicent Ru- visitor to Miami at the Ponce De
Freda Markow~itz will be cohost- bin, Doris Cromer, Sylvia Dreisen, Leon Hotel. He spent the week
esses for the event. The public it: Beth David Sisterhood will Mildred Vosburg, Henrietta Hirsch end visiting in Cuba. While here
arged to attend and is promised, a sponsor a musical birthday party Edith Mink, Charlotte Kohn, Syl- he has been entertained by Mr.
Yery splendid evening of enter- at 8 p. m. Wednesday, February via Solotar, Bebe Goldenblank, and Mrs. Nathan Abramson of
tainment and enjoymnent. Admis- 17l, at the Talmud Torah hall. Bee Shaff, Gertrude Dietz, Ber- this city, former residents of
sion will be only fifty cents.: Committee in charge of arrange- nice Loeb, Georgia Roth, Mary Springfield. He will leave for
ments. are Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Barber, Goldie 1Miller, Sylvia Mil- home Saturday.
chairman; Mrs. Isidor Cohen, Mrs. ler and Julia Shiro.***
Morris ]Dubler, Mrs. S. J. Spector, Bernie Mayerson's Orchestra A memorial meeting to honor
~n ~f~tno~ttt:Mrs. J. Engler, Mrs. Lewis Brown,l furnished the music. the memory of the late D~r. A.
Mrs. II. H. Farr, Mrs. Louis HayI- ***Halpern will be held on Sunday,
man, Mrs. J. Katz~, Mrs. B. Kandel National Council Sabbath will February 28. The exact place and
AXLOUIS ABR;AMPSON and Mrs. Harry Markowitz. be observed in Miami with repre- full details will be published in
sentatives of the local chapter our next issue.
FA~T H ER A regular meeting of the Junior speaking at the different syna- 1 P
Fold his h nds .pn Council of Jewish Women will be gogues on the work of the organ- Mrs. Harris Weiner of Hart;-1P
an aupo hi brast held at Kaplan hall next Tuesday ization; Mrs. Lena Simon will ad- ford, Conn., is visiting her son and
Cle oseildst his tird ym evening, February 16, when ar- dress the late services at the Mi- daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Lheet no wl dpistur hisest rangements will be made for the ami Jewish Orthodox Congrega- Mlilton Weiner and will spend the 422
Wher he leepng, ies. dance to be held on March 13, of tion, Mrs. Ben Watts will speak at winter season here as their guest.
I~ which affair Mrs. Ed Merlin is Congregation Beth Jacob, Mrs. I.l--
has drunk life'b honey-cup chairman. Reports were received L. Seligman at Tremple Israel and "HURRY BACK"
He has drained the gall- rgrdn the Capitol Theatre Mrs. Chas. Greenfield at Beth
oamay pile life's baubles up benefit party to be held on Feb- David Synagogue. Special services SE IJL :
.Be24 is chargit ll r nn~ e of Mrs. Aaron wil be observed at each of the SEL E t 8**


Is hog ie'luhe Rede Tickets for the party maiY synagogues on CuclSbah HnsCutosSrie 0
sthog h ih aghe be purchased from any member beginning Friday evening, Febr- N. W. 7th1 Ave, at 88th Str~ee
flethoug wth eas- of the organization. uary 19th. `

I his ni to h av flown away, JOsEPI P. MeGRTAN
g ~Ambalance Service
ighim songs of qulet cheer, mor

Iknow he says, could we btv A~sa'12 .W lhhSre

18M cildren, all is well." Eeti rvcR PARS

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February 18, 1981 YO~l DooR -1 ~ IIt L1Lt 'I3i 6

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srabbi t.ou~ist JI Epstein writtes coo n< av sen so m ru- :ne. .mi was back
acr 94t~ bed n aFrdayeve L nae r n. re vt n v's ou-n:lr. knt r i TF floki Wham"~~ o paid for it, Isaac!
aing ~~~~~ ~ ~ (UT~~ by th ioros ftelw naoleu to uhr crl lokng up. "The eastomers paid, Aaron."
as~h C~ontr~a~gaton oiif Camoridg, Inocmlon.u aev hiat "'lou we- A trackj~- A woodfpeckirr pecks it st"Wab e somrpido
jrtll n~ ee ePi3 ofV phar o: rne ar> anc 11 ps Out adgreatwhman utck a u. put athedl blin
and Jus~ency ofevery athe-:inu t:1 a aE are:a.: ::ev nal n Im m w en b iel H works Le a higger" o my counter r
mg whyus Je of th commn run ear. mu heWE reture nw -ke. 1 To make the hole bigger; Adte a t
ityr .. Le may be nou onet'S jlust- i :It -rme~ Rcan ve!'' r mnuel. iuseeen: ~let~ r r, c;t~ oei i utr uo' u.Olad ae e n adrt
new~: t nterer with 'he accetn u!m -n~- wasta ne nounta3~ vas uil or .I:CL ati. r t ;r tft =;1 n.Hesorifh utrwntct.Olad aerreohrero

Iinividural utc wrhat right has 11 as. hurdoi n He' snotp bothered with plans Than good lack sad mad habits;
any~:i~ vroup -f peopl rno- uset ie !r ten cheas a munssn n en u
nam otuyIf aotagonionu an -3@ Toplet not are natine mirunt: :0 helC -au oneZ a Butt there s one thing can rightly; The man who thnins he knowrs
suppoe 3ly Lw1rZlthodo cogeacio, e yesr~Pt TI ov .lt --r-ie ,nre rore he:~ e~ 5 naue? um I2 t :iniJ, I be said
for~ail the ~violati n of he aoods, : owe nal an.i r>e.' usumatei'. auelr nl ti n he l~:I ownl ana a he whole excavation Has erely stopped thinking.
the) fOUndtloin jtorme of arhe "L1 )? neC -?es faithll. :niLiTent .~ii Yolel Haslm thseplnton
3oxy' ? If I had not spoketn abouti Tkr mputa'nt inrnx ::v '?e n- heH ah t p builds~ it by using his head. When a manl~ says he can't,
it to the! prekdenJ~t of that conztre. : vligendyr: ,lindu a thle surfatce! de- ae: acutadTaet:'""H' ih bu t
gation, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ !lr~ I ol o aebleI es n esi osead2 vr Jonarr ln au :t a eumell The safest time to monkey with i y (
igt~or possile tht hav grou ovrgain j prCia~ teu uh ;htn e :ha a~ -ni~ a1aao e at en.ive tr~he soc~k market is on Sundas Every- fles firml beliew-s
'for religitous p purpose would a-c~ rak he wo. himStUD- ,\rom hisY nevias. So Jon aejnd holidayss, ht he lives on the most wea
as shamelesslY at the verryv '-ot vL -c*-tucln~1l r ai d because dferful dog in the wrorld.
Of the- redgion they sprofees.' i)'l"n!. sr,;rsr '-to ilean howv a; he~ cur. u a reae S me~n who loaf on the job That's patriotisma!
We ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~u shudlk t e oeofda htded1smiei:oyas imwnh normy uset~ the Have the crust to ask for dough, y y
this manifeasatin of the Amaeria at JL ovNement Seminary, at a coust I xtI ig?.~ .ld :t -more :her m~urd ------- Succss ros mt infntiMt'
spirit in Jewash aLffairs. $500~r: I :hen stumetiu four yeaM:arO ihat t wthred. ~nd it -:an te tit thou~and p~rsons thait cannot dis- shortest tiae between two points-
ai :e Wes~t Philadelphia Inst~iute. 1:ass. Whn the sun arose. ::hte Go~d eve between their right hand~ and Where yeP ae and where J0
impremaint"H a arer a t : wr onrowparei a suitry east wind; and their left hand: and also, much wtobe
Formtr Governor ~smuel Pen- :ius ommotn farrmer as he conclud- J<>n,, :unhet 2pu'~n thei head o- atitle Ih Lt If men as ta as thekr &d
nypcker~ of Pennsylvamar tells i wi his summryts~ "On top of thtis,;Que~stti -ir :lim*.;: amu and myre Withc ~ this qusioY nu tu)Phe boo axe high,~ I~C
Ilne of his time jobs as a practicing I altmtene the law scrhool o the dierIii.m zl. am et :g s at b mihtr closes.t MoUre simpl, ast smthing eve s
a~iBereq.L 1& conriS~td iJ drawtbingf U. of P., which involved a furhthr to i Itha ~n to iirt .Il urt YLr me qui setlf-eviden andi tuch refjv arat.
up a. daed coverintt some land in expense of 3000). Now y ,ou catn see:: ouir~ UuJo 0 io sl mo ~ ret wsa limely and touingy t HP-I
which the farmer was cncerned. that the educational needed to d~i :rraw nan.oes th o Pui well~h tod Iber tru ith was new t soken in the QUBd tm L~e othe~
At the <:oaclusion of his3 work, the upll this deedt cost nrne $2.600. Andt \ury ntair the uri an mi eter snoIaid, re Scitue th oh art~ God, st Creh k a tlrg
yeaaglawyer 8asked~ $ for dr~aw. you beieve- thatt $ is too muchr ~, to ie rnL tohow a~nlr even Thunto ato (of a kt the whl eatmutas
inf up the paper. The f~arme ( s-:harg fotrb~ tat kno dge.' ihast hatin sto Lor sa id. Thou b the~ God( ian rathr~ ofag the ee-ous smo cssl
jected brb the elasakwr ae binq: a The fanrmer looked Lawyer~r Penj the whitrich p on thire nou rd. or~d tie .wedd Iltns~ whoe~r loving kaa~ind B wean gLoed i
orbitant oak orf all proportion to! 'yparcker ove~r uinately, thtren tle neither made t nrot: 1YClabore and fthel whea t al en are showngyarha
the hthee ineekeh-" saw mins exclausd um p. go:whc qalbfrewo heei n ae
rMane wn'hb'. t at's --aa the "W yjas h a cnme nan il a nht anld perished dtifferuru ace nation sad c~reed, bt
fibraelp eapressedQ ik samrned fool yan must her his, pity ona Ninerveh, taul notrt have ol y; en, wo ,ha retd haiy eer m
"We~C drostalik" acridt hCaa afotre ~therbwf huna onye" wherein are mum evat crity:n Mi waase g heegra


aAn olsdpema deto a n
much it would cost to b
him;.
"To make you 30 agait
cost you $1,000," said in t~ w
geon, "but to make you se~
again will cost $2,000, ad
thing below th a ne 50."
"(I don't care about th ca;
just make me eighteen e coat;
said the oldster. aan
The operation seemed to e
success. But when the ugo
sent in his bill, the srgejae ne
one sent it back withrea e noate
tion:
"You can't collect from a ag,
nor!"


"""""""" """TH1E

The Way of Life --E LOO FJOA
By BRU:CE BLARTION An involuntary smile passes
-- -- -- ------- lovetr one's features at the mention
WHEN TO BE BLINDo of the name of Jonah. For the pop-

of a nlymothe~r who is ad frec r conception s es nthn tin wn lttlebeVeermon ttwn te
ter ini a girl's school. She said us to derision. I have read the A dramatic reader and acrobatic
to the head- mistre~ss: "Mlary ist Bootk of Jonah at least a hundred dancer, who was passing the sum-
not m~uc~h of a student. She likesa :nt me and I will publicly Evow mer there, was prevailed upon to
hiutor~y and does fairly we~ ll n.hat I cannot even now take up take part. She recited that old
Frvoch,~~~~ butr inaihetc1tin hsmrvelous~ book, nay, nor eve~n favorite, "The Village' Black-
she~ is ailmosit a total loss~.. speak of it, without the tears r s- s mith."
Amazemenlrt ppartJ scared the ingV to my eyves andl my heart beat- The selection was followed by
asce of the head~mistress~. "Dou you ng highe~r. This apparent rinv- tremendous cheering and te rtad-
metan to :tell mle." she exeulaimedl al boo~k is one of the deepest and er was about to respond to an en-
that you harve orouught us a child :randfest that was ever written, core when a stalwart man came
iiwho hasJ fatults: Af'ter sittind mnd I should like to say to evepy ugi the aisle and, motioning her
her fo yarsan liteingtone who appi-cachesit"Tkof to come to the edge of the plat-
ilothers whoise ~id ugtersia wer hy shoes. for the place whereon form, whispered in her ear: "I
I:!J.:L.arago., f virctue and neeli!i- i hou stande~st is holy ground." want you to do me a favor. Will
gen~ce., this is indeed al novel ex?- .Jsnah receives from God the you?"
perince ommaindi r go to Nineveh to pro. "That depends on what it is,"
Mostc Jf us alre i'onst:itultj~lionalY a ;:tl he cudgmeltnt, but he rose to answered the young lady.
naabler Tr tto Lee an defectrC in thosec i et fr!?m hthe persenc~e of the Lord "W'ell," said the man, "I hap-
we love. 1:. r..:i be bercter wens- y sh p~~. unI~ Tarshis:h in the far pen to be the 'village blacksmith'
!,:n~im ~i e could~. PJerhapsitI weI wes. Fromn t~he ve~ry beginning you've been talking' about, an' I
:,id sria y::e ;ur chairent;l :Iold- i ~the narrative. thel genuine and ijest wanted to ask you to put in
..wei w :night ae able ai~~ oyalj detvotio~n ofi the hetathen ser:- a verse sayin' that I also mend
vise~C.,f _tenl w!thade ;rltir~lIenrlr, non is pla9ced? in intentional and automobiless"
on oile ,hrit! handf, whati a blessi- xceedtt~ting~y powerful contras-t tl !
ngy t s t:lar we in lwe aLway':Sj :Ite behav o':lr of ther prophet~-they A club is a place where you pay
a sea..l inicre beli~verrs: he is the; dues
1I -Ieallung >ult .I: ies~ic met' >Myj' ieati en mn boardf. After Jo- To meet fellows who owe you
in: r-ran arcesst 1 Ildianaraphti ii an, has~ bn sarved from storm money.
wr t >n; aso me a nri se'a :)y the f:sh. he? again re-i i !
va cucexweon Lem.u-1~ es h :!mmand31 tol go tol Nine- Men1 love with their eyes;
we w woul e sen Io ad .1 lie ,beys': andi. \i. nderf'u' :0 o m ihterer.
ur''L;;:.~ ta es r )iuayt; .:me1I are.t~l ;(ca~rcel:; has~ the strange~ ET'oe !i !hi eas
av sust we v hat nor .reacnetr .rive'crsedj the th rd Ipart N oah was sixl hundred years old
Iran sIr;er ,ttn n ttl usett~: ni i hie -r:1ty cryingE out I is warning. Before he knew how to build the
wouhiana.nan -ile womue -,f Nineve~h pr?-E ark-
r?~t -Ilt -1Ce ?' accu r l -11 no taiun mt ''!:.ndi ?ut o~n the sack-i Don't lose your grip.
:i. nose: it nl lunguer~l o~rn. fthe neoule ;,f Nlineveh be~- I!!
>cm asimin t 3t -;i -tltd he wrdls ,f :het areac~hl:r A a general thing,
i~~:: 1e>aui nrni mi~lited~ hetmsielves before Metn don't acquire eye trouble
-memo r van ne min ng ou: ne!':irefor, he gro)undi and/By looking on the bright side of
meann nt cae nir a us:a a ne nne budget things.
i me oi~ll~C! ;ua+: Ir.i 'rn a ::t: `'Godc repented off i i i
V!Il i:n ue no eii al:unesr- II wI I\ e Hela hea tllhr. e t do We have discovered a plan
"c~nl I afi1, t; -tl- v~ :itm mu1 ilt lidc it; not.:' Now ~f' making 1-cent stamps
narr!7ri -Ilt e n e e r)Unf i-itapter. on ac- Dou as well as the 2's-
*** e anr:0 ac: a -oun I vues e wule ook as hy, we simply use two of them.
!itu m ne I8av vie. vmedn :annot be re-i i t
I t es ar : t!:at~ceu re !X'ampar'ls. Wh~'ile praying to be delivered
IIB at ere ra..Lls eemn from temptation,
n:itI'i l~ er C'- ua e ~ ,, es~r'- 1 never n because~t If Do not peep at it
0::: II:rf tere vuntaic": .'rirnicasedc Thro~ugh your fingers.

a:i( ::t .Tnrm es r;TI. ,..,. e le:' arow I1 nroCV ItThe-l Lorfi. Not until th~.ae 'lt her


The teacher had been giving a
lesson on "immaterial," and to
discover what the children had
learned, she told them to bring
some article which demonstrated
the word.
Next day she said to one: "Well,
Johnnyr, let's see what you have."
Johnny said: "Please hold ti
stick tightly at both ends."
The teacher did this and asked
what she should do next.
"Let go of one end," said
Johnny.
"Which end?"
"Oh, it's immaterial. There is
glue on both ends."

To make sure that he would not
be forgotten, Bobby ran to h~s
little bedroom corner just before
Christmas, closed his eyes, land
said: "God, have Santa Claus
bring me an engine, a sled, a ball,
lots of games, and a pony and
cart and saddle; and remember,
Go~d, that the Lord loveth a cheer-
ful gier "

A small storekeep r, to the sur
prise of his brethren, suddenly
decorated his window with a gor
geous new blind.
"Nrice blind of yours, Isaac,"


enng bmon Jewis spictua


int itu aggicaco'~ n ':w whrismr. ~1

San Shanc, iews 2\)I wr~X:U Iin a ~tt!
'fivay~~tct ag -~spec :n ) nu -3 ~;r

a, tt~ :Se~ st5y.~ ntaks~m -rs2n
Re~ickeit a~t ong*--agesllun Itnan
IS, Wk -ik~ ntmov n urse. n. Mp
de attne Musf -he 3ack > 5,

of ~the city. thus untroduct s. r

ta~riais YEtw thel pshhe schds E~~

cleas ng~ iuthelir :; no tha:r :h


swift in~a+ancesion."
In th Roston Jtewishj A~v~ane,


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Wq~:~PESTE P~AIALBEACHI -

.Regular Friday evening slerv-
ices at Beth Israel Temple will be
held at 8:15 with D~r. Carl N.
Herman officiating.

An unusually large number of
residents and tourists attended the
annual charity ball of the United
Jewish W7elfarheldBureau of the

the Elks Club. A splendid pro-

s ntd ina nmiotote ed ne ng
A large sum was raised for the
work of the organization.

The Bazaar committee of Con-
gregastion Beth El met at (the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin. Du-
bin, last Monday night when re-
ports of the committee were re-
ceived. The souvenir program
has been completed.

SBeth El Sisterhood held its reg-
dtiiar monthly meeting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Vangilder
when important business was
transacted. Following the meeting
1 cisocial bore mwas spent dand de-

Mr. and Mrs. T. Meyers are- re-
hevng congratalatiodnasuporn the
Tuesday at the Good Samaritan
HospitaL Mother and baby are
doing nicely.

Regular Friday evening services
at Beth El Congregation will be-
gin at 8:15 with Rabbi Alexander
S. Kleinfeld preaching the seir-
mon. Saturday morning services
begin at 9:30.

Mr. and Mrs. Jack B'arash and
Mrs. Phil Blicher returned from a
vacation spent in New York and
Atlantic City.

The long awaited bazaar of the
Beth El Congregation will begin
next Sunday evening, February 14
and an invitation is extended to
all the Jews of Florida to attend
the bazaar which will last a week.
Plenty of entertainment has been
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O of the biggest events of the
Ournet winter season will be the
curr it dance Thursday evening,
Fbener 18, at the Miami -Beach
Cut club sponsored byi the
Mliami Beach Jewish social set
f t benefit of Beth Jacob Con-
geaion. Prizes will be award-
ed for the best mask Costismes,
for the most original and for the
funniest. Various theatres and
night clubs havBe donated enter-
tainers for the evening and ever?
effort will be made by the com-
mittee to make the evening an ex-
ceptionally interesting and enter-
taining event. The entrance fee is
nominal and the public is urged to
attend. .


SA~iROUifNDf~ THEC CAM~VPUSS A
c4 At University of Miami 4

cb By Milton A. Friedman C
6 66 66 46 && && && 4 6
Hello, everybody! Are you all
ha p? That's get!
I feel hurt. Last week I wrote
a long article but because there
wasn't enough space most of it
was cut. If my articles are cut
in the future this editor might
find himself without a star re-
porter ahemm).
I'll take this opportunity to tell
you my news of last week, 'also
some additions for this week. This
will be a sports column, as that's
all~ the nrews I haveotui a is
coming along fast and furious
Only four Jewish boys ~have ad-
vanced through actual competition.
Weiss beat Blatt and in turn was
defeated by Al. Mack; WFiarren
beat Silver and Puglise (non-
Jew); M. Friedman defeated Bob
Seigal; Reidhgh;tt beat Coville a
non-Jewl It is unfortunrate that
iin almost every case a Jew was
pitted against a Jew. However,
that's o. k. because Reichgott
seems 8cermai 1o ke the cro n

my next opponent, I have to go
agans ,, rge
ag ne of tGe bgest upsets of the
year occurred when the Frosh de-
feated the Phi Eps, 18-8, in the
intra-mural touch football cham-
pions ip tilt last week. Everybo y
figured the Phi Eps to be sure
winners. It shows that you can-
not even be positive of a sure
thing. oSam Silver played with

then~ best tennis player at the
Ul ihtnwi Dav Mindl n
Everihdtayw ineerya ay he in,
showing his ability. In a recent
tournament at the Beach, Dave
advanced to the saemi-finals before
losing a tough mateh to a na-
tional veteran. Not satisfied with ?
that he went up to Rollins Col-
lege with the tennis team and de-
feated his opponent. There's a
bright future for Dave.
This week the U. student body
has been faced with a nightmare.
It is a type that comes up every
four months or so. I refer to
nothing less than the first semesi-
ter final exams. It is a period
in the life of a student when he
.or sihe goes in for the pleasant
pastime of "cramming." This is
sometimes a good remedy for cold
feet.
I could go on and write much
more but then I might not have
anything for next week. Rather
than have my readers suffer by


ing Jewish weekly, I will stop here
an..thw I'llbbe bb k next week
.dl-oo.
:


~------~ ., LORIDI


at the Ocean View Inn where d :1
ner was served. Guests inclu in-
Mayor and Mlrs. Val C. Cleary ad
ajister, Rabbi Axelrod, and Caner
Schlachman. The guests were en-
Stertained by musical selections ren-
dered by Cantor Schlachman and
Mr. Martini Chothom. Toasts were
rendered by each guest offering
best wishes to the bride and
groom.


+ HIGH HAPPENINGS 4 ,
cb Doings At; Miami High +


bride. (Poor Bebe was rather
superstitutious about the idea_
can you blame her ?)
Miriam Scheinberg was in the
evening scene. Maybe we'll be
models after all.
There are ~several students at
school and have come from dif-
ferent parts of the country.
From way up in Bangor, Maine,
comes Elizabeth Schiro. Elizabeth
is a senior and terribly attractive.
Jeanette Riuskin and cousin Elea-
nor are down fi~om Chicago. Both
s rlr havep a verr rl~n:r i r~


I'P ...____ ~u~ rly Ysqleasg personI-
d, By Bettye 6 ality.
cb Eb & &~~dc ct & ~ & t & ~ c & & 4, Well let >ne stop before I say
Oh 'ssomething about some one that I
''(O b nerves," Yours can't shouldn't and then get decapitated.
fr aste d as mine." I'm not
loo hlik a thals l" Doentdshe Mrs. Edward Jacobs, Nati nal
far fa inoruse ngit (lanso President of Hadassah, The ~Wo-
d n't ar ito ther onigt (Peas e- mens' Zionist Organization of
vising a sste har m oen--tda A~emam, i spending several
f usig nonew paragraphs)
j er~e I sit, (or rather lean against O"Fb 5hMs aoswl
odr wal ), one mo el am dst adfy-address members an rsriends of
Wlell there goes the first scene. Donors ~Luncheon which is being
(By the way I'm telling you about given by the Miami Chapter of
fashionHadassah.
afsinshow--at least that's
what I got a blue pass in school Reservations may be made by
for---not to match my eyes as calling mornings, Tel. 5-3764 or
someone's probably thinking.) *.00 *
Myrtle Zeients modeled a pair ***
of beach pajamas in that scene. Mais re he cnned
The sport scene had severalcrmofism.
representatives from Miami High.
Edna Schoenfield had a riding PALM BEACH SPONORS
habit, (everyone was terribly dis-) BAZAAR
appointed 'cause the horse was no- -
where around--Maybe Sylvia Farr The Beth El Congregation,is
was responsible) Eleanor Mink, sponsoring a bazaar at the Com-
Ida Engler and Anita Bernstein munity house, Seventh St., Feb-
all wore attractive suits. Edrla urary 14 to 18 to raise funds to
SWolkowsky wore a green and greyl pay the mortgage on the $80,000
Sport dress. building in which the services and
Next the boudoir scene. Oh entertainments of the congrega-
men! women! and children! I tion are held. The committee is
know some people are sorry for being assisted in the arrangements
not attending. for the bazaar by members of the
Jessie Fink wore underwear, 1Beth El Sisterhood.
jEsther Neham lounging pajamrcs, The bazaar will include, besides
1Sylvia Miles underwear, Sarah booths for fancy work, home inade
Merlin a gown, G~ertrude Neham foods and merchandise, regular
and Florence Goodman, pajamas. Carnival attractions and entertain-
.What a scene .. ment features, will include a
In the afternoon scene, Daisy wrestling match, a boxing match
Schaff was the only one. Can that and dancing. The doors will be
girl smile ? Well just watch her 'opened each evening at 8 o'clock
sometime. I arid the public is invited to en-
Beatrice Goldenblank was the joy the affair.


Rabbi Lazarus Axelrod of ddi-
,mi Beach will be the host at a
bridge party next week in the
lobby of the Shelburne apartments.
oAdmission will be by invitation


nCongregatign Beth aob da
services of the world famous Can-
tor Joseph Rosenblatt, who will
appear in person in Miami Beach
at the Ida M. Fisher High School
Sunday evening, March 0. Cantor
Rosenblatt will give a concert re"
cital in which he will include a
number of popular Hebrew melo-
dies, Yiddish folk songs, and oth-
er interesting features.
The proceeds will be devoted to
the Synagogue.
Full details of the program will
appear in these columns shortly.

Plans are afoot to present a
grand Purim ball sponsored by


the Beth Jacob B8ible class.


Full 1


details of the affair will be an-
nounced shortly.

A very impressive ceremony
took place at: the Beth Jacob Syna-
gogue last S~unday afternoon when
IDr. Hyman Abrams was married
to Ifiss Franis Reggis Ettinger
of Elizabeth, N. J. The ceremonyy
was performed by "Rabibi Axilrod
and Cantor Schlachman. A large
crowd attended the wedding at
which the guests partook of re-
freshments attractively served by
the parents of the bride and
groom. The guests laterassem~led


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