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The Jewish Floridian ( February 19, 1932 )

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
February 19, 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

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

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University of Florida
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AA00010090:00156

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

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Material Information

Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
February 19, 1932
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:00156

Related Items

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

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MORE THAN TWICE AS MUCH LO1~r Pm.hnr arvmr~~~


'' Price: 'ive Cents

Drive Committee

Named Wednesday

The committee in charge of the
joint campaign for the Palestine
Appeal and the Joint Distribution
Committee was named at a lunch-
con meeting held at the Palatial
Kosher Restaurant last Wednes-
day. In charge are Messrs. Philip
Liberman as honorary chairman,
SMessrs. D. J. Apte and Harry Si-
monhoff as .co-chairmen, Harry I.
Lipton treasurer, and Mrs. Max
Dobrinesecetay h te a mJ e-

Bernstein, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Trown, Mrs. Isidor Cohen, Mrs.
'G do Da is,MMrs. LMo ris EDub-
Herbert U. Feibelman, Max Oro-
vitz, Harry Isaacs, Mrs. I. Levin,


S AS ANY OTHER PAP R


'rvernor Visits

Beach Track~ Tune In Sunday 2 p. m. Station ja

Last Wednesday night the Mi- WA
mi Beach Kennel Club entertain- W QM
SHis Excellency Captain and I
rs. Bebe Clifford, Governor of T Jws lrda rga rsne vr ua ftno vr ain
e Bahama Islands who is in ThJeihFoiinrorm reetdeeyunaafronovrtton
iami on a visit. They occupied QAM beginning at 2 p. m. is replete with entertainment every minute of
e Club box and in the official the entire time it is on the ai.Mscta rnsbc eoiso e
mm. wE. ohnstonde R. N.,p Honu. ago o teod ones, acquaints the young ones with Jewish music that you and
SMrs. D. H.Johnstone E. Co. they want to know, played in the real Jewish inimitable manner by the Jew-
d 0. B. E., Mr. and Mrs. Harry ish Floridlan Orchestra, under the direction of Bernie Mayerson, assisted by
Platt, Mayor and Mrs. Val c. noted vocalists is presented for your entertainment. Would you like to have
arjy, r. and Mrs. rEllis 1o- some particular music played or sung for you? Don't hesitate, but write The
msovr. no r's. cupws preslene Jewish Floridian Program in care of Station WQAM and your wish will be
ring the evening.copidwt*
Sa urdayv udhtae special race Sunday 2 p. m. for Real Enjoyment, Tune in on WQAlW

yards will be run beginning at
SClub house barrier. Tis ~is o-


longest racedthusafar hd thh BIRayne Track
ved by Capt. Hayden, the rac-
rt Oses for Season


Satuday morning Wlarner Bros.
Will take motion pictures for a
ITed Husing Sports-slant to be
Shown all over the country depict-
ing a dog race from the moment
of weighing in, the actual race,
the betting windows until the li-
nal results are shown on the board.
This will give Miami one of the
finest advertising opportunities
ever afforded. Al Wetzel and
Bill Cassell, noted movie experts
arrived Thursday morning from
the Olympic games at Lake Placid~ t~mB mgB ae~a l

Monday night in observance of
Washington's Birthday a special


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Tonight the large Northside
plant of the Biscayne Kennel Club
will hold its last races for the 1932
season of dog racing. The first
to begin racing in this section, it
was the first to open this year
and has drawn large crowds from
the very beginning. Some of the
finest dogs in the country, well
known for their ability have been
matched by the able racing offi-
cials. These have resulted in keen
competition and added thrills for
the fans.
Tonight one of the finest cards
of the season has been prepared


Mrsr. Sol1. Luta ry, rsL~. Si1 Men e-~l

Annou cemens i)Noted Cantor son, Norman Mirsky, J. N. Morris,
Anno ncem ntsStanley C. Myers, Mrs. J. A.
I~~ ~~ To Appear Here ";cte, """;l i'':?,: ," eg
MIAMI JEW3ISH ORTHODOX nel Simonhoff, Mrs. Barney Wein-
CONGREGATION Cantor Joseph Rosenblatt of kle, WV. L. Williams, Dr. Abraham
(Orthodox) New York city famous throughout Wolfson, and Mrs. Louis Zeients.
1545 8. W. Third Street Plans for a banquet the week of
the world for his rendition of tra-
Th March 6th, include an address by
Promptly at 6 p. m. with the late will arrive here soon in prepara- States Circuit Judge of the Court
;serivees at 8:30. 'This Friday tion for his concerts to be given of Appe~als. A thorough canvass
iinight Council Sabbath will be ob- Mrh6at imiBc.Cn-of the district will be made in the.
served Swith an address by Mrs.toRoebatwlapertth itresofhecm inwhh
Lna Simon a representative of t Rsnlt i apr hewill provide funds for the dis-
the local Council of Jewish W~o- scyne Plaza Theatre at 2 p. m., tesdJw n atr u
men. Following this, Rabbi Cap- 7 p. m. and 9 p. m. immediately a well as for Palestine.
lan 11il preach on "Women's Con- before the regular show so as co Those desiring to aid in the
trib lton to Jewish Life." A re- afford all the opportunity of hear- splendid work of the Campaign
services llflsw tefoml ing him. The proceeds are for the are urged to communicate with
i.~ Beth Jacob Congtegati~on of Mi- eitherr of the chairmen of the com-;
|ami Beach. I mittee.
CONGEGATON BTH DVII) Cantor Rosenblatt is noted for
(Conervaive his rendition of Synagogue andl Flagler Dog Track
13 M. ACThird RAvnue folk music, and has been widely
S. M MAHTE, Rbbi acclaimed whenever he appereodl Draws Big Crowds
Rabbi S. M. 1 achtei will preach on the Concert stage both in this
tonight at the 8 o'clock service on Country and abroad. Some years
"'Bellsi." Cantor Louis Hayman ago he played several roles dep- The West Flagler Kennel Club*
will chant the ritual. The rabbi icting a Jewish Chazon in movies, within a few minutes of the cen-
will answer questions during the in a picture with Al Jolson. te ow n ami iso damin t pg
forum that follows the services.
A oca hurwllfllw h A tst t p*a station as sprinters have been
A soialhourwil folow he rtits t Ap ear carded in the ten races every night
Ch"" Greeu iind thl seaninon th For Charity Fund ""t o e"" Indmatched ithattithe
Penne f abrn m 1 ing eth ir coi eh. Tdhd ti
at 8:30 a. m. Sunday School will Sm ftems usadn
Thrills that the evening is one
be held at 10 a. m. on Sunday. entertainers in the Country, nowfildwtectmn.Th m-
apbs annd t eat es in n utea ter tuels, particularly the daily dou-
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI Florida have notified the Jewish bles have been paying well and
(Reform) WlreBra omteth the crowded windows show the
137 N. E. Nineteenth Street tewilaeratheCriyresults. Beginning next Monday
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi Balt egvno eray2.the West Flagler track will be the
Services will be held tonight at Limited to four hundred guests ol iytaki prto n
Temple Israel beginning at 8:15 th affair which will be given at muheo iantrst sbigsonb
when Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan the Columbus Hotel Roof, p-om-thdofas
will preach sermon, "In the iees to be one of the gala events
Name of God." The public is in- of the winter season. Guests so- Prohibition Investigation
v~ited to attend. Special music cially prominent in the United! With the arrival here last week
is provided by the Temple choir. States have promised to attend. of a representative of the Federal
-- The proceeds will be used for Prohibition Adminstartor of the
the welfare work of the organiza- Southeastern District, an investi~-
CONGREGATION BETH JACOII tion which takes care of fifty gation of the conditions involving
.(Orthodox) families in distress and numerous the granting of permits for sacra-
art washington Avenue other welfare cases throughout the mental wines in the Greater Mi-
Miami Beach year. With the economic condi- ami District was begun. The of-
L. AXELROD, Itabbi tions existing throughout thie fice declined to make any starte-
The usual early services begin country the bureau has been un- ments, but it is known that com-
at6 p.m. with the late services dergoing continual drains on its( plaints were received at the New
at p f RbbiL. Ael-funds and unless the citizens come Orleans headquarters regarding
at 8:15 in charge o Rb L xl to its .rescue with financial aid the obtaining of permits not in
rod and Cantor 13oris Schlachman. at the ball, it will, be compelled ~to seBcordance with the law. Follow-
Rev. Zvi Mirsch Maslianskye and close' its doors. sing these complaints, an inspector
Mrs. Ed Jacobs national president Committees of the Ladies' Aux- arrived in Miami.
of Hadassah will speak at the late iliary of the organization are aid- Recently what purported to be
series on"Palestine The pub- ing actively by soliciting adver- Synggogues began to organize ;rl
servceson d. atudaytisements for .the souvenir pro- Miami Beach and complaint arose
lic is urged to attend audr gram being published for this as to the. manner of their incep-
morning services begin at 9 a. m. event. One hundred per cent of tion. Application for wine permitsP
and the Rabbi will preach on the all proceeds is being devoted ex- followed the formation of these s>
portion of the week. Iclosively to 'welfare work. called Synagogues.


cup race will be run with many as the finale for one of the most
well known dog champions con- successful racing seasons that the
testing. Biscayne Kennel Club has thus far
A very large crowd is expected enjoyed. Much success for this
and keen competition will be fear- first meet under the mutuel laws
tured. is due to the genial manager of
The prices paid at the mutuel I the track, Jimmy Galloway.
windows have been exceptionally
good and the beautiful ocean side *
plant has been packed to capacity ._
nightly. '


Mrs. Edward Jacobs, National
president of Senior H~adassah,
now on a visit to the Miami dis-
trict in the interests of the or.
ganization.

Artist to Appear
The Little Roumanian Re tal-
rant will shortly furnish entertain-
ment for its patrons every night
inthe abaret style. Mr. M. Rosen.
stin ecNe York, a popular
New York artist and daish
figure of the New York ~Yid ie
stage is expected to arrive here
soeienext week and will ap-
poea timhe Restaurant every nignt
during the week in a series o
popular museicales.


Siyom Safer

T0rah Soon

The "Siyom" planned by the
Jewish Orthodox Congregation for
the early part of March will be
characterized by the traditional
ceremonies of filling in the un-
completed letters. This will be
in addition to the ceremonies of
placing the beautiful silver crown
upon the "Schroll" and similar
ceremonies. The "Safer Torah"
ha etn purchased through funds
ists. buted by members and tour-
it.The silver crown is being
Pre ented by a prominent Miami
d mly in memory of their parents
a nd is several hundred years old.

'lralitional Ceremony to be
Performed

Saturday night, February 20th,
Ziami Beach Jewry will have the
oPPortunity of witnessing the first
traditional "Mlavob Malkoh'' held
in the Beth Jacob Synagogue
when Rabbi Ch. J. L. Auerbach,
noted Rabbi of Jerusalem who is
here on a visit will conduct the
ceremony. It is the traditional
farewell to the Sabbath, and Pal-
estbini songs, an address by the
Rabi ad a supper will feature
thes ceremonies. 'The public is
in ted to attend. The ceremong
wilstart at 8 o'clock. ..












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15e grad opening of the Little J. N. Morris, Adolphr Wertheiaer.
Rooamania Restarurat at 280 N. Marurin Brolane. Tobias Sim~n
Miami Av. last Sunday night and YMr Jaco Hf. apLan.
w~s attended by mnyn residents Qiealreadec tedd
rad tourists aow in this distriet- the seCOnd of a series of leCture
Entetrtinment of differet kinds being contducted by- Teplep Israel
was furnishedl including the sint- duriqg the winter seasonn. Dr.
ing of fofls songs, etc The es- Wi~ll DuPrat, famos~ satfher and
taurant was beautifully decorratd lect spoke on cona~tions rf
with palmsf and eat flowers w~iich itoday with especial reference to
enhuaned the picturesque moral~f "The Aercn Crisi."
decorations showring~ native BaO- **
manian life anrd countryP. Ameongt Mr Ed Jacobs national pres~i-
those attendiar wer Mr and Mrs.i t i ALEr U i


mapn. LL Seisman, P. Scheinberg o Alfred Kahn




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as c-chairmen. Every effort is e, 4, agess & & 6 6 6 6 4 amony the mid.tn r
twint made to make this dane m n AROUND TilE CA 118 a Ition eeremonies took place
outstading wronemog the young. At University of Miaf81 4 tbe U. auditorium. &R8 i
eJrJei~sh set. A splendid set of i-- ht eole ahlro
musicians will furnish the music sb By Milton A. Friedman a d~esus nd so another msanl
and several novelties will be fur- a a 4, 4, a a a a & & & a a & & ters that small but select gro
Snisthed in the way of entertain- Hello, folks! Is everybody professional inen known as ha
,men happy! y 78 of luck Harry.
*The other day one of the slta. The aeeemonl was very bsi
The sufppr giv-en by the Wo- dents at the U. asked me why I ast I hrow oi no other college atl
Sman's club of the workmen's Cir- used the same opening sentence datlbion crmony in the cut
cle. Sunday-. February- 14 at wrhich every week for my article. My shylo distinguished. More W
Mrs.~ E. Levin and Mrs. A. Freed-i reply is that when I learn or am alx college presidents were on ti
man where bestesses was a great informed of any better way of platform al the same time. (li
success.i Mrs M. Silverman wasf expressing cheerfulness I will be 'of tims inesidents stated that 6
chairmnn of the evenring. The more than happy to use it. This reason wma so many of themwen
speakers were Mr. S. -itt, Mrs. complaint, if it may be termed ill Miamif now was because end
Feldman olf Bridgeport, Conn., such, makes me feel good; It wPas seeking some rich man a
rs.1 TI~shler of New York city, proves that at least someone is bac~k t~itir~ institutions. He fe
Mrs. B. Chberthoff and Mrs. Hi. reading my articles. there stated that although the
SeCt~tli the proceeds of this supperI Our wrestlers and boxers are wer in competition whith end
went to Shale Fund. having a swell time. The boxers other,~ he hoped that they would
went to Washington, D. C., for a all be Mieidds, a~t least while a
Nex YDt Mond night, February meet with Catholic U.,, after that *h p *fam
20 the Junior Chapter of Hadassah /they wPent to Parris Island, S. C., As you all know, Washington'
w i hold a mreeing at the Robert!~r, where-, were joined by the Ibitthday is next week, so mi
CLay Hotel a t which time Mrs. Ed- wrestlers, f or a dual meet with parting bit of philosophy is, never
wrdr Jacobs, national president o~f the Parris Island Marines. Both tell a lie--lnless you haew to.
SeirHadassat will deliver an teams are now at Ft. Benning, Ga.I Ahtl be see~in"yith. (Cradter
address. A splndid musical pro- where they will meet the soldiers. drat.)
gramhas eenprepredand e- after that they come home and
frshenswil eseve.alwill be against the Uj. of Florida,l ~,_ ~,,_


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0. Argintar, Mir. and Mrs. Jos.
Schonfeld, MUr. ad 3Mrs Slam Titt*
M1r. and Mrs. Louis Rifas, Mr. rand
Mgrs H. Marks, Yiss Eva~ Marks,
M1r. Harry Rosenthaul, M6r. and
MrFs. Adolph HmRaime, Mr.
Mrs. Sheraunsa M and Mtrs A. 1
Rosenthal, M~r. and Mrs. S. Silver,
Mr and rs. M. Barash, of New
Yor; MIr. rad Mrs.x See of
Bfraookln; M9r. and MLrs. GodstePti, '


the gues-t of honoar at a rtecption
being tenderepd her byF the loal
chapter on Wdnes~day. Feb~rury
24. in the club rooms of the Acacia
Club in th~e Congress buiding. as
3 p. m. 'IThe pbliei is crdlly
invited to attlend.


c~enter~d '


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Much intiieres is beirg


.ou~ a y vuaco s aI lon
time resident of Mimi who spent
the summer in New York eity vis.
iting his children and friends re-
turned to Miami this week by S.
.F Shawnee to remain )er the
balance of the winter. He will live
wijth Cantor and Mrs. Nathan.
WroobeL,

Monday evening, February 22,
a concert will be presented at tbs'
Beth Jacob Synagogue,. Miami
Beach for Cantor I. Luria. Those
taking part in the progrank are
Cantor Nathan Wroobel, Loanw
Hawman, Boris Schlachman and
L, Levin. Miss Rhoda Luria will
sing during the evening.

Mrs. A. Pomerants and Mrs. Jk
Kent br~o~ither and sister of Mrs.
Sam Tannebaum will arrive herei
Sunday morning to spend the bal.~
ance of the winter season as heri
house guests.

The reua i-weekly card
party will be held by the Ladies'
Lintiiary of the Miami Jewish Or.
thodox Congregation Tuesday eve-
ning, Febraryu 23, at the vestry
rooms of the Synagogue. Mesdamnes
aurry Seitlin and Sam Hasrs will
be the hostesses. Prizes will be
awarded and refreshments will be


mEmben~t an their friends~ am
urged to aKtted.

Miss Bea-rr, fe Heen; Cohen, of
Moun: \Yerzo. New Yor. en~t r-
rrta aed wit a Edre party- Wed.
rmr-ay evenritg at he homre. ~224
N. W.~ Her, Avenue. Prizes wet c

score~ ~an is Sid K~leir: lw scorre.
Guestr vers~: M s Marjorie Pred-
Irge~r, Mrs~ C. C. Small. M5rs. Rose
Sam:ff ~ Mr.fhuy Tay~Or. Mdiss
Be~ry Greenburgz~. Miss I da Gold,
Mis RoE~+ ParkeT. M:itss Sra Win-
er,. #mis .Ann ,imor.. MIiss Alex.
andia. Taracul-~. and M5iss D~ra


Mrt. and~ Msi. Jacob Cohn ~and


on the Radassah dance to be given
Sunda Februar 21 at the Al.


ne~xt Tuesday. Some road trip!
The boys can be depended on to
paint every town red and leave a
lasting impression.
Stan. Phillips, the lone Jewish
boxer, won his bout against Ca-
tholic U'., but lost a tough fight
in the Masrine skirmish. I don't
knowf the results of the Ft. Ben-
ning battle but I have a hunch
that Stan came through and wil
be on the right side of the ledger
when he comes home. As for the
wrestlers, Georgie Reichgott, Jer-
ry Cohen, and Al. Kartson, cam
through wfith flying colors against
the M8arines. This wasn't unex-
pected because the boys are really
good. I'd be willing to lay a nie-
k~el to a doughnut that they also
won their Georgia matches. Pll
bet we make the Ul. of Florida


yurr. y a
of Syracuse; M. Abrams, of Sa'! cazar Hotel under the ~initr am-
Frracisco; Mr and Mrs. J. ~Ten-'p of the kniorf tad Junior
nick; of Far Rockaway: Mr.and seprs of Hadassh. In; charge
3rMrs Kor~ of NewF York; f arrangem~ents arte Mrs. S, Si-
Bohm &d dr tu of C~hicago; monhoff. Mrs. Mriltn W~einer. Mrf
M6rs. Invy~ and dauhter of But-~ M. Wessun antd Miss Lena Wet*Ik
falo; MYr. and Mrs, M. Becker of a**
Balt lmore; MYr. and Mrs. Joe E~ich. Suday. February SE loaln Jews ~
ler of Phildelphia; Mr. a. Aron- wril be given~ the opportuity -If
owitz. of Jacksonvle, Fla; Mlr. playing tributze to the me~rmory of
and Mrs. Glickmran, f NewP~f or; :h late D~r. A. D. Haljpen when
Mfr. and Mrts. J., A. Mazr, of Sar- a mtemorial meezitin will be hed
atotga Springs. N. Y.; Mr. ad Dr. Balpers wase a resident iy
MIrs. H G. Faber and Mr. and sanuy yearsE Yin M iam d as ac-
Mrs. N. S. Pabe both of Brooklyn,: tirec commualp-j rworkr hpere. dbe.
N. Y.; Abre Kobell and Beramn v-othe his ti~me btweeu~n Zionis:
layine, of Saratoa Springs, N. activities and the ork~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ otf the
Y.; Mr. and Mrs. ~Abltramwia Mr.orkmem's ICirele He died re.
lad Mrs. Rocklin of Brooklyn. N. eently after atteningrfr a m~eetin
T, tad M~r. and Mrs. Ted Gfi ,c rrs : 4 rt


icity on the ere of his depzance


daughter. Bteavi-e Helen and sons
Ir~ =3r f axiRoer of Mlount Yer.
non~. New York are spenidin the


of Yirmti


lo~ok sick
.4 little switch has been made
in the debrating~ team line-up for
the Rollins College debate, Satar-
day. Pauline Laskry and another
girl will go against an all-girt
team from Rollins Saturday morn-
ing in the U. auditorium. In the
afternoon George Baer will argue
through the ether, that is, ove
the radio. Rollins is our toughest
debating Ioe so 1 sure do hope
we take them down.
Tuesday morning with due pomp!


~~for Mliam ue t 4 .W 1t v.
The S-istaHoo~d Qat eple Israe *'
is s cponsoring a Georrrg Washing- Mr. cSidney Steciabery whj was~ A mseeting o thae Junior~ Coun-
ton Birthday guare part in thef risiting hisp sister and brother-a-,:~ ,i' o Jeish~t WomenI~ was held
gardens of the homee of Mrs. J., A la, Mr. and Mrs. Na-han Aeltrsan Las 3rTuesda =igh: at Kiaplan hall
R~ichter, 18b93 S. W. 10th St. next son for the past five mons-th re- whten lr i e number of members
Honday, Febrpuary 2, at 2 p. m. t arand to his home n S ,prl-.giel cad roarists t~tendd. A book re-
The pulblie is arged to attend th~Is Mas. bi stwo this waeek. iFew of W-7 Dr-,am:' ~ Tranri-
even~t which will ineloe card play.' tion"~ by Mis Mdike Dehesn was
ing. Prizes will be awrde~d and The first arnnual dance of the re of9 the feature Of *e ev-ening.
Irfreshasents will to served. In', A. & A.Janior Basi~ Bdth~) or-b~St Muscal slecion~ by th Misses
charg of arurangemets is a com- gapniztion will be he d March 8. Goldie~ an Syka Mille at the
unittee headed by Mrs Gordona Da- at thbe Patio of thbe Antill B::e:l piano ad vio inwre part of the
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introduced. Presidents. of other-
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Mrs. Lewis Brown of Beth f)avidi
Sisterhood, Mrs. B. Weinkle of
Beth Jacob Sisterhood, Mrs. Sadye
Rose of Loyalty Chtb. Mrs. Krl-
ger an officer of the organisation
and a prominent nationally known
worker of Hadasseah spok~e briefly.
Mrs. Ed Jacobs ~the guest of laronor
delivered a very eloquent' address
on Zionism and its place its ~the
world. A musical program Sin
which Maurice Gordon on the vio-
lin, Hortense Landesman at the
piano and Rose Mary Gerson in a
number of vocal selections, took
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1761S, 1th t. Moving pic-
*tures of the class taken from time Iw
ato time showing the workings of F:
the organization will be sh Dn
s~S~"C~Lduring the evening. A nom nalF
ouncil sabbath will be observ- Eley, violinist, and Leonard Rose, charge will be made and the pro- B
at the Beth David Synagogue c ellist mna number of selections, ceeds will be given in full to the tt
day night, February 19, it was ~and a solo by Mrs. Chas. Marko- Jewish Welfare Bureau. The or- 1!
ounced by Mrs. Lewis Brown, witz. A beautifully decorated ganization was formed recently Oq
sident, at a board luncheon sweet table was placed at one end and the nominal dues charged is a
rting of the Beth David Sister- of the auditorium and contained devoted to the work of the Jew-is B
SWednesday at the Talmud many goodies which were served ihWelfare Bureau. The girls e
ah. Hostesses were Mrs. Ist- to the guests during the evening. and women belonging to the cllb c'
Cohen and Mrs. Sydney Wein- In charge of arrangements was a take a thorough course in physi- de
ab. MArs. Cohen chairman of committee headed by Mrs. Stanley cal culture daily from the, hours o
warys and means committee, C. Myers. of 9 to 10. Those interested are i"
,rted $310.50 had been raised urge: to join as members and thus I
s the last four months for the Mrs. Reuben Koftoff of Brook- to help increase the good work be- je
in fund. Mr. and Mrs. Harry lyn, N. Y., was hostess Friday ing accomplished. fi
d.nA Mr. and Mrs. Michael afternoon at a luncheon brid e. 1


Page Thr~ee


nold will sponsor theater part-
at the Tivoli from February
to March 15. Tickets may be
,ine~d from them. Mrs. Louis
!ikle, Mrs. Carl Weinkle and
nR. Yunis will Isponsor a card
tv t the Talmud Torah hall,


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Giena Madam, a noted Russian
riter and correspondent of the
reihiet, a Yiddish Communist
'aily, will lecture Stmiday night,
ebruary 21, at 8:30 p, m., at
eth David Talmud Torah under
re auspices of the Mliami Branc~h
92 of The International Workers
rder. Her subject "The Icor
nd Its Colonization Project in
iro-Bidjan," will deal with the
Cforts of the organization to help
olonize Biro-Bidjan with Jews un-
er Soviet Russia. She will tell
f the ultimate goal of establish-
rg an autonomous Jewish govern-
rent in this vast colonization pro-
!ct embracing more than thirty-
ve thousand squaike miles of land.
[ore than eight thousand Jews
re members of this colonization
program according to the speaker.
he is now on a tour of the Uni-
!d States to explain the workings
f the project and its purchase of
actors, and industrial machinery
or the equipment of factories in
addition to the farming develop.
rents.

The United Order of True Sis-
ers Visiting Council of Miami
rill hold its next meeting at Kap-
rn hall, 137 N. E. 19th St., Tues-
ay, February 23 at 2 p. m. All
sisters and friends are cordially
Invited to attend. A very inter-
st ng program will be presented.


!atop the Columbus ~roof.The~ Val.
entine motiff was carried out in
the table appointments, favors
and prizes.
The guest list incided: Mrs. Ja.
cob H. Kaplan, Mrs. Gordon D~a-
vis, Mrs. Harry I. Magid, Mrs.
Reuben Koftoff, Mrs. Max Dobrin,
Mrs. M. Nevin, Mrs. Hyman Levy,
Mrs. Mitchell Kuperberg, Mrs.
William Jacobson, Mrs. Isaac Le-
vin, Mrs. Ljarry Fay, Mrs. Samuel
Kantor, Mrs. -Si Mendelson, Mrs.
Louis Nathan, Mrs. H. R. Klein,
Miss Elizabeth Helle, Mrs. Louis
'Snetman, Mrs. Louis Zeintz, Mrs.
Hl. I. Homa, Mrs. Joe Goldie and
Mrs. Morris Woronock.


The members of the New York
Operetta Company gave a very in-
teresting and entertaining series
of concerts at the Nemo Hotel
and the London Arms Hfotel last
Saturday and Sunday evenings.
Many tourists attended in addition
to a large number of residents.
*
The Junior Council of Jewish
Women is sponsoring a theatre
party at the Capitol Theatre next
Wednesday evening, February 21,
and Mrs. Ed Merlin is chairman
of the committee of arrangements.
All members are urged to pur-
chase tickets from a member of
the committee so that the organ-
ization may receive its share of
the proceeds.
**
National Council Sabbath, an
annual event throughout the coun-
try will be observed Friday night
at the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation when Mrs. Lena
Simon, the well known communal


gys. J. Engler, membership
iraannounced 17 new mem.
r.Mrs. Stanley C. Myers,
rmnof the musical birthday
yfor Wednesday night, an-
ucdarrangements had been
plted. Mrs. S. J. Spector was
chairman of the purim din-
rin March.

'The Miami Beach Jewish social
thas been holding its regular
urdy evening meetings and
nesat the Miami Beach Coun-
Club. The increasing attend-
ceshows that it is meetltng
thgreat success. Al visitors
well as residents are welcome
tthese weekly affairs. Great in-
retis being shown in the gala
smeball being planned for
urdy evening, February 11ths
hnprizes will be awarded for
most original costumes.

A large number of friends and
emesof the family attended
unveiling of the tombstone to
memory of the late Max Louis
baon last Sunday afternoon
tthe City Cemetery. Rabbi S*
.Machtei officiated and spoke
rifyof the deceased. The usual
raeswere recited and the shaft t
unveiled by a member of the


A join me 1 Wo om ten Sn o

norCouncil of Jewish Women
11be held next Tuesday, Febru-
23, at Kaplan hall when mat-
rsof importance to both organ-
utions will be acted on.

Last Friday the S~enior Counci }
fJewish Women' tendered a
nhonat the Coral Gables Coun-
Club honoring Sarah Landmin
tional secretary of the Senilor
Iof Jewish Women wh wa
dy.Miss Landman made a brief
areson the work of the organ-
izto.On Saturday afternoon
MisLandman was the guest of
hnrat a reception at the home
ofMrs. P. Scheinberg. Many call.
enduring the afternoon to meet
heguest of honor and were serv.
delightful refreshments. A brief
dreswas made by Miss Land-


Wednesday night a large crowd
attended the birthday musiegle
po ord its T lmud Toah a d-
torium. Those taking part in the
elaborate' program that was pro.
anted were H. H. Farr, asI ma~-
t of ceremonies; Rose Mary
Geronl in a number of vocal selec-
itions: H. Greenberg, in a Yiddish
ho~personation; Sydney Palmer, in
a number of songs; Ida Eh~ler, In
a' delightful reading. The Univer.
eit Junior Trio conalsting of Mil-
(rdGreenberg, pianist, Louis


Jerome Goldsmith, son of
'and Mrs. Guy L. Goldsmith,
gone to Gainesville, to enter
University of Florida.


Mr.
has
the


Mrs. C. Glick of Detroit enter-
tained guests of the Drexel Arms
apartments, Miami Beach, with a
Valentine party Sunday in her
apartment observing her birthday
anniversary. Mrs. Glick was the
recipient of many gifts.

Mrs. Morris Plant of New York.
formerly of Miami, is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Louis Zeintz, 337 N.
E. Twehty-eighth street, for two
weeks. f

'The Jewish Welfare auxiliary

ddtyontohe t nni c rtoutd te
home of Mrs. J. N. Morris, 1761
S. W. 15th St., Wednesday, Feb-
ruary 24 iv Monte CarloM partL

Shaw spoke on child welf are at
the meeting held Monday.

According to present indications
"Aroun the S mnven*"oan e eijin#

etc., being sponsored by the Ladies
SAuxiliary of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation for Sunday
evening, February 21, nl mbe sof

tourists and residents of the dis-
triiet. Mlrs. Lou~is Levitt; is in
charge ~of the committee m kn

aric is hesmI an ally by ithe Con-
gregation. ...


worker, will speak
the National and
tion. Following the
services will be
public is urged to
*
Mrs. Ed Jacobs
dent of Hadassah


of the work of
local orgammza-
address special
observed. The
attend.

national presi-
was the chief


speaker and guest of honor sit the
first annual Donors Luncheon of
the Miami Chapter of Senior Had-
assah held last Monday, Febrn-
ary 15, at the Hotel Helene, Miami,
Beach. Mrs. Morris Plant one of
the organizers of the local chap-
ter now of New York city also at-
tended. All four past presidents
lof the organization were at the
wsp fser tbe. M e in uctinn
son and then a greeting by Mrs.

1


The Bertha Levy physical cu -I
ture class under the personal dt-
'rection of Mrs. Levy will give a
moonlight public exhibition of~ ~ SicP
'gymnastics and calisthenics 24th
nesday evening, Februar 2tenis.
beginning at 8 p. m. on th tni
court of Mrs. Joseph N. Morris ----
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The Way of Life
By BRU'CEG BARTON

MIORALITY
In Mary~ Roberts Rmnehart's a~-
Stobiography. My Story. occurs this
I efrence to petticoats:
They- had to be made, two or
Three, very full .. and gener.
ally: a short flannel one to the
k~nees ...
..Not long ago a young girl of
nry acquaintance wase going thru
an old trunk of her mother's aid
came across a brief bit of em-
.eroidered flannel.
,, *What on earth is this T' she
demanded.
** *That ? That w-as my- flannel
pe ttic~oat for my wedding.'
**Whereupon the girl burst into
shieks~ of delighted laughter. I
smiled w-hen I heard the stor~.
,ays MUrs. Rinehart. "I too, have
somew-hat just such a g-arment~. I
sc~alloped and embroidered it my-
sed for myv wedding, and I sh~ould
L~ave felt a shameless w-oman wi~th-
out it "
Julia W'ard How-e. when a little
girl grew w-eary from a long ride
in the family coach, and allow~d
her knees to drop apart child-wie.
Instantly her father reproved her:
.*\Iy daughter. if you can~not sit
like a lady wre will stop at the ~t
next tailors and have you meas-
ured for a pair of pantalo~ons.
The characteris-tics- which d 5-
tinguish a "'lady-" and comprise h~r
moral code have differed wfidely ;n
different generations
I remember the first girl I ever
sawf who had cut off her hair.
she w-orkied in my office. The
president of the company called
me on the carpet and w-anted me
to fire the young lady-, which I
declined to do. To his wfiay ~f
thinking, bobbed hair w~as a sure
sign of an abanldoned woman.
I recall the first lady whom I
ever saw lighting a cigarette. .411
of us wFho w~itnessed the perfor -
mance wfere sure that she w-as no
better than she ought to be.
Only recently I ran across an
old copy- of the Book of Rules ts-
sued by a coeducational college a
quarter of a century- ago. It con-
sisted of thirty- pages of "Thoau
shalt nots" and, having prohibited
almost ev-erything, it w-ound up
with this blanket injunction:
.'In addition to the foregoing
rules, students are expected to re-
frain from card playing. dancing
and theatre-attendance. and to obt-
serve the other common rules .i
moralirty."
The Old Testament contain,
many precepts. but in the bookb of
MIicah there is one verse wFhich is
it summary- of them all. It reads:
"He hath showed thee, O man.
habt is good; and what doth the
Lord require of thee, but to do
justly, and to love mercy. and io
walk humbly with thy God?"
This is the basis of all moralitY
This is fundamental and unchang-
ing.
But whether hair or petticoats
are long or short is nothing to
worry about


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RESPECT
"GCetting out a paper is no pic-
nic. If w-e print jokes folks say
w-e are silly. If we don't they
say we are too serious. If we
publish original staff they say we
lack variety. If w~e clip from oth-
er papers they- say we are to
lazy to write. If we stay in the
office we ought to be out hunting
news. If we hunt up news. we
are not tending to business in the
office. If we wear old clothes,
we're stingy. If we wear new
ones they're not paid for. Like Ls
not some one will say we swiped
this article from another paper. '
The above is what appeared in
the first issue of our paper some
years ago. It fully epitomizes the
general feeling of all towards a
newspaper. Should we take a
definite stand and criticise what
is self apparently wrong in the
management of an institution, a
are unfa r (so wFe're told) to that
:nstiation. If wre keep quiet, we
condone a terrible waont*
If we were today to comment
upon the situation in the Jewish
camp in the Greater Miami terri-
tors, thre terrible "aam haarat-
auth" that exists; the lack of .o-e
~pect for Jewish traditions, Jew-
ish law, Jewish observane _that is
so characteristic of so-called` Jew-
ish leaders in this territory,we
presume that we would be con-
demned to everlasting purgatory.
When we decline to enter into
the controversy, we are told that
it is because we are protecting
someone. WChen we defend a man
from obvious unfair and inhuman
treatment at the hands of men who
are the very antithesis of every-
thing Jewish and honorable, of
course, there is an ulterior motive
for our course of action.
Wfhen we satgest that Rabbis be
accorded the respect that such a
title and position calls for, we re
derided. When wre suggest that
each and every congregation be
particular in its choice of spirit-
nal leaders, we are again derided.
What, good readers, should our


T Jews Floridian's course in
the past years has been Pad wrinll
continue to be definite, fair and
honest. We believe that everyone,
es~pecially those who have charge
of the erwy vital forces of things
Jewish should be honest, fair,
abow beard and fully capable. ~ppp~~~ppp~~~ppp


series of articles from the pen
of a web known writer who has i
been spending the season in Mi- l
asi. These articles will pose ~
the tree factse~di the Jw-


that
Husband: Why n
vulnerable.
Wife I made my
the da arre y


counter.


rEveryheat has her coat and eve-
i! I 9
A boy is badly reared who is
brought up by* a p iceman.

A man's best capital is his abili-
ty and willingness to work.
rr !
Some men seem to have been
born asleep and forgot to wake
up.

The average woman takes the
cork out of a bottle pushing it mn.
I !
About the only cheap thing that
gives satisfaction is a compliment

If men could read each other's
thoughts there would be a radi-
cal change in thin ing.

You can always tell the floor-
walker in a dry goods store from
the proprietor by the good clothes
the floor-walker wears.
I I !
A Cass County teacher was test-
ing the knowledge of her pupils.
Slapping a silver dolhi~r on her
desk, she asked sharply: "WKhat
is that?" The reply came from
~iie: "Tails."


poleon planned his great futum
while he was hungry and torment-
ed and despised by his school-

M sfortune will show whether
you are a mpan of characterr or just
another human. Anybody cm
stand prosperity. It takes a real
man to withstand adversity. Wihat
a man does when facing misfor-
tune and people turn against him
determines whether or not he de-
Sre is hplc pay t wr
losophy: "Yoou an't kecep a good
man or a squirrel on the ground."
And don't forget the motto of
the Salvation Army:
"Aman may be down, but he is


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Friday, February
~f~


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TW'O BROTHERS


Ther talto deoted brthers,

Thc-r eti hard working farmers

The harvest time has come now,
Each one his own field reaps:
And then, each loving brother
Lies thinking, ere he sleeps.

The older brother lies, and thinks:
**.lly brother leads a lonely life,
And be needs more of harvest

W'th which to get himself a
w fe.

.I' r that he has not enough
Of rain. when harvest's o'er;
8i of the rain I've harvested
'l" lete hmR have some more.

..Tt bring him some of my own

At n:igciht I will go;
And, w-ho has brought him sheaves

He swheatnot ever know."

The yo\ungeir brother lies and
thinks*
*..lly brother has a child. a wife,
An;d Io he needs mrore harv~est

He surely- har a harder life!

.I'n: su;re :ha: her has not enough
Of grain. whein harv~est`'s o er:
0o of the grain I ve harvested
171 let him have some more.

To bring him some of my own
gram '
At\ midnight I will go;
An.-r. who has btro7ught him sheaves
of' wheat
He shall not~ ever knowf."


Ik o m lke tAl oof d 3 centuries he stnld
ot ? ou'reOof t unm vang, while the sand

ot Yu'eloiknowtm drf lwly. Wel
big mstake:Howpie uresque he looks wpith his
au ie


H band: t ws nogrand slam
on my part, ei her, bay*
W-ife: Why did you marry me,
then
Husband: I misinterpreted th?
signals.
Wife: One of these days you'll
come home and find me missing.
Husband: Somebody'll take you
out in hearts, I suppose.
Wife: Oh, I dunno. It might
be diamonds. .
Husband: You can't get out of
here until I say so, honey.
Wife: Why not
Husband: I've got stoppers!
*
Prosecutor: What is your plea?
Prisoner: Guilty.
Judge: I double you.
Prisoner: Pass.
Prosecutor: Now, where were
y-ou on the night of Oct. 22?
Prisoner: I was leading through
weakness.
Prosecutor: Did you or did you
not shoot the complainant in this
case ?
Prisoner: I certainly did*
Prosecutor: What for ?
Prisoner: He bid four no trumps
with a single and two unprotected
kings.
Judge:Prisoner discharged. Deal
a new deck.


No h rest comes fr ti a'
field,
~No peek of sweat his cool brow
yield ;
He views the wol t sifl
smirk,
While some~Rrt poor ub does all thei
work

"Cold and Storms Grip Ero-;
pean Countries, Causing Great Dis.
tress."--H~eadline. There's a sia.l
ple way out. Why not repudiatej
'emi

Theme song for the present
world crisis: "All A Loan."

Here's a funny; business. 14,
year golfers in the United States
spent $21,000,000 only to go in
the hole.
i g
In the be-oo-ti-ful land of Perp,
Where there isn't a darned thing
to do
But to lie in the sun
And get loans by the ton-
In the be-oo-ti-ful land of Peru.

Both major party conventions
will be held this year in Chicago.
At last there will be justification
for calling it the Windy City.

~Love may not~ be blind, but it's
awfully nearsighted.

If money really talks, about all
it says is et me go."

I i
Women who are confirmed man
haters had to begin on some par-
ticular man.

The blot on a man's good name
may~ often be traced to a poor
fountain pen.


found on a bargain


AndC so each brother takes some
hsea-es
To~ bring unto the other;
Andi .r. he drrakness brothers

Bde chh one cries out-

Nown each o~ne knows how v-ery

Is his own brother's heart;
Arnd so the brothers kindly- kiss
A~nd then for home depart.

But god looks~ down. and sees the
deed
And sEag: "On this good land--
On this same spot where brothers
met-
Here shahl my Temple stand!"
Samuel S-. Grossman.


SIISFORTI'NE'S BLESSING

Those who hav-e everything thty
.zan wish for and know trouble
only as something that ha pns t
-he other fellow ppno e a i
that misfortn s canno redalize
and a blessing on dsb a eduain
Whn had luck-as we call it -
comes upon usE one of two thi -
happens. We give in and misfngs
tune conquers, or we go pw
er, character and abit fn ow- t
very mental reaction that coe
from misfortune's blow cms
Nothing a hurt~ a m ,.


SLove isn't


I
underdog in the scrap may
the right, but that doesn't
any bones with the dog on


The
be in
rattle
top.


!


! !
the' feminine
according to


Minnetata is
of horse-laugh
ern slang.

It never does
To crack.


!
a smile any harm


naslong

Hay fever sufferers, according R~istory has proved t saten Ep~
to a scentific wrriter, can get par- tetas, born a slave, cri pled bpi- a
tial relief by attending the mo- Ibrutal master, rose above the ma

In so e cases the patient needlfns piooey wIs onse of it- s
not even go inside. The type of a woniderful lesson, s
man who hesitates to visit a den- John Brown failed in er pc
tist needs only to approach the tical effort, but he rem prsac hr
picture house, and his symptoms who plodded on, overcomin evro
will disappear. misfortne but death. ingonevery
bmrts'li seo Aove almost im issble uodtose
A mn' wll elompreva~hs oaf placeihsoy mPM ndtios
against a woman's won't. aiunnahh lif finally re d

The abuse of me.lpi aol
ish life of Miuai. It will spare made one of theI we tid' woread
name and flavor none. The true poets of Shelly. It gpBreatest
EMt will be told, regardless of -misshapen let that to Bron's h
eho thy myp rfae I'had pride, to the heights. N


Be natural, borrowed garments:
seldom fit well.

Spontaneous combustion is
term applied to a bad ease o
measles or smallpoxr.
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Bread is the staff of life,
But it is our determination to
have pie
That kreeps up the hicosts livinf*

Only fe watch footballl
Close enough
To hate the referee at the ib
time.

B~ences is wisestt argue
of the ignorant man.

,ts a glross imposition when #
p for twelve dosen and get but
eeven.


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Saturday morning services are
conducted by Rabbi L. Lehrer and
many tourists have been attend-
int. Sunday mornings have been
featured by addresses by Dr. S.
Lunin on Jewish health laws, tra.
editions, etc., to the members of
the Confirmation class as well as
the many adults attending,


J ACOBt iN "
A P 85 for Miami Beach News
ed by RABBI LAZARUS AXELROD


Mr. and Mrs. S. Goldberg of 623
Grdienia St., are receiving congrs

pin ls WedneaTM it the Kop
event of Thursday. Mother and
baby are doing nicely.

The regular Friday nitht serv-
ices of BEdth El Congregation be-
gin at 8:15 at the Communlity
House, when Rabbi A. 8. Klein-
feld, who officates will preach a
sermon. Saturday morning serV-
ices begin at 9:30.

Friday evening services at Beth
Istasel Congregation will be held
at the Temple with1 Dr. Carl N.
man officiating, beginning at 8:15
whben the Rabbi will preach the'


SThe annual Bzar of Beth la
Sunday nijkht at the Co munity
House is still pors n
large numbers of tour a ea ad aes
idents have been attending. The
varied entertainment presented
has offered the patrons much ed-
tertainment and enjoyment.

Many toudists are arriving daily
at Palm Beach and West Palm
Beach and they have been talking
an interest in things Jewish in the
Palm Beaches.


JACK(SO~NVILL;E NEWS

The Ladies Bebrew Shelterling
Aid Society, eighth anniversary
social heldi Sunday evening, Febi'-
taJry 14, at the Jacksonville jew-
ish Center, proved a decided sti-
cess.
The vnn a pn b h
ch irma en te af aro MssReb

President Mrs in Sch ediz an
Mrs. J. T. Wilensky, vice president.
Miss Rebar Wlensky, secretary
gave an itemized report of the
year's activities, and Mrs. Rose

in talk on wat th om o h
Aged means to the city of Jack-
sonville.
The program for the evening
was opened by Rabbi Alexandier
8. Wiesel, who gave an inspiring
address. Other outstanding speak-
ers for the evening were: Bev. B.
8afer, Rabbi Dove K~asachkoff,
Natihan Schevits and Abe New-

A. very entertaining musical
program included Mrs. David torn,
who rendered several solo num-
bers.
Others on the program were:
Miss Alice Biscow, violinist, Miss
Rebecca Mloskovitz, pianist, Nor-
man Marks with his saxophone,
Mrs. Edith Nabin Wilson, soloist,
who also decompanied herself on
the piano, MLisses Fay and Shala-
meth in a duet. Mr. and Birs.
osear Magesis were in charge.
Refreshments were served.

Mrs.~ Alexanded 8., Wiesel, wife
of Rabbi Wiesel of the Jew~ifh
Center of Jacksonville and her sOn
Bernie is visiting in Miami for a
few weeks.

Plans for a novel and un'ique
affair to be given by the Joaler
Badassah at the home of mA'$


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Mr S Litt, teacher of the
Mr. -n's Circle Shule, will lee-
workmday, March 18. His surb-
ture, be "The Prophets and
eCt y wil e Social Justice." The

vseld b anoce te p we

Mlr. Hilel Rogoff, ifatdusr Yfid-
4ihand English journalist and
2aaigeditor of the Jewish
DlyForward, largest Yiddish
ewpprin the Ko~rld, will ar.
yehere Saturday, Febrdrary 20,
a short vacation. While here,
r.Rogoff will deliver a lecture
orthe Workmen's Circle, Branch
9; subject, date and place will
announced shortly.

Those winning priz~es~ at the
rhAnnual Masque and Civie
giou by the Woman's Club
thal vWorkmen's Circle, held
anry27, at the Miami Womans'
abn Bayshore Drive were:
rtprize Mrs. M. Silverman, $10.
hewa dressed as a math ped-
ler Second prize, Mrs. L. Levitt
5,she was dressed as "D~epres-
on"Mr. Bramson a beautiful
nhenset, he was dressed as a
eo.All the winners donated
eir prizes to the Workmen's Cir-
leShule
Mr. Joe Mandelbaum entertained
tha number of populgir songs.
large gathering attended the


Mrs. Sidney Beskrind was hos-
Seswith an informal party Wed-
edy afternoon, at her home,
ecrtosand refreshments car-
yigout the George Washing-
1 idea. Guests included Mrs. A.
iheMrs. B. Wishner~, Miss
eeteAvalou of New York,
!r.Irving Greenfield, Mrs. Ru-
e bin Wolpert, Ms. Guy Gioldsmith,
r irs. P. Scheinberg, Mrs. J. A.
ee,hMrs. Cohen, Mirs. D~eon
tte lann Ms ai

Mrs. Hyland Rifas, Mrs. Louis
.Rifas and Miss Evelyn L. Marks
ltrandfor Miss Min Rifas
e~hi aSo niithr a uppyrdance
recently. Present were Miss
orsCromer, Miss Jeanette Ava-
oMiss Cynthia Chuckrow, Miss


Hortense Holsman, Mis M lic
Rubin, Miss Sylvia Direisilient Ms
Sylviar Miller, Miss Gol sen Miss r
Bess Besvinick, S ye Rner,
Justin Fisher, H ony antSera,

Mhare a enten Heebert Ras
M ry Seligman, Robert Seligma ,
noer Hyl 8en ranz, Leonard Beld-
and Paul H. Maar s.oi .Rfs

The senior council of Jewish
Women has postponed its card
party until 2 p. m. Friday, Febru-
ary 26, at the Blackstone Hotel.
birs. Morris Rubin is chairman of
arrangements.

The Women's Club of thfe Work.
men's Circle are giving a basket
picnic Sunday, February 21, at 11
o'clock at the Deauville Casino,
Miami Beach.

At the meeting of. the Friend-
ship League held Wednesday night
Jean Mohilner was elected vice
president to succeed Ruth First,
resigned. Miss Dorothy Clevenson
was chosen corresponding secre-
tary. New members of the board
of governors are: Irving Green-
baum and Julius Spector. Dancing
followed the business meeting.

The A. Z. A. is making plans
for the observance of A. Z. A.
Sabbath in this district and a
committee to make plans has been
named. An athletic league wts
recently formed together with sev.
eral other Jewish organizations of
the city. A basket ball game will
be played shortly with the Young
Israel orgammzation.

The Friendship League is spon.
isoring a Theatre party at the
Capitol Theatre for March 4.
Tickets may be obtained from any


*b HIGH HAPPENINGS
(b Doings At Miami High
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a Eb d, Eb <6 ct '6 4 b~ i A farewell party is being given
Recently., and a little before that eoMr a dMr. rBan asrten wb
I've had so much criticism about Richmond, Va. They have been
my columri--not spinal that I'm liberal, contributors to the build.
really afraid to write. It might ing fund of the Synagog~ and ae-
be 'cause the news is rather scarce tive workers for Judaism. They
-at least that of interest to eve- will return to Miami early next
ryone. To the critics or so called year and will make their perma.
ones, I really ~apiprciat~e the nent home here.
C*0*N*S*T*R*U*C*T*I*V*E cri-
ticism, and to the "praisers,"' I Sunday, February 21, Mr. sand
say thanks--it's a great help. Mrs. Horowitz will entertain a
The students as a whole have large number of guests at dinner
been kept quite busy this week. because, of the brith of their' 7-
If you have cause to doubt, just Ihonth ha~by, delayed betaue it
cast your binoculars on Sylvia illness. Rabbi L. Lehrer will of-
Miles walking home from school, ficiate.
or to school, if you wish. What
a friend, I am, Sylvia, trying to Last Saturdayi, Sydney Born-
get you a ride! The girl is ac- stein the son of Mr. and Mrs.
tually loaded down with books* Barney Bornstein celebrated his
Speaking of books, reminds me Bar Mitzva at the Synagog. Fri-
that some of us won't have to day he recited the traditional Kid-
think of them much longer. Plansu dush. Saturday morning he re-
have already begun for graduation. eited the Haftero and delivered a
Lest you forget who the Seniors brief address on "Bar Mitzva."
are, notice I didn't say digmified,] The parents entertained in the
'cause most of that has been lost Synagogue at an old fashioned
or else it was never had, here goes: kiddush following the services.
Rebecea Weingarten, Sylvia
Miles, Jamece Brill, Alfred Kahn, Final plans have been made for
Ine o Ile ntn, M rte Zeetthe huge Bazaar to be given by
Elanr hldnEd' Wl.w the Synagogue and its Ladies' Au-
sky, Miriam Schetirberg, Daiisy xiliary. The proceeds will be used i
Schaff and Bea Goldenblanek. for the building fund of the con-
A new dramatic club wdsr recent- gregation.
ly formed. Members of the old
club formed the liacleus. Among Washington's Birt~hday will be
e g mam eare M observed Monday wt ad
ad inbRosa nd Dam., Aa these grl party at'tghe home of Mr. and Mrs.
ite Roalente inm.A these drmaic Jess who will entertain more than
are qui tlne t da tc eigity4 gaests. ~
line. Prizes wkill be aiwaiaded' and re-
Oh listen to this: Alvin Rich- freshments will be served. The
iter a senior has betome a regu- proceeds will be for the building
larr oancr e just h ardi tha i fund of the synagogue.
the winner of several other con- Dr. Adolph Spiegel of Sarasota
tests. So here girls is your lng vstdhr atwe.
sought' for chance. Take n- an
tagof y' uete know i loe yer Mrs. M. Robins returned to the


tell yon all about my chemistry
expe iment that wouldn't experi-
ment. There must ave at n
smething wrong with the m ter-
a.


member of the committee.

At a well attended meeting of
the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jew-
ish Welfare Bureau held last Mon-
day, plans for a Monte Carlo par y
were spade, full details of whi h
will be announced ena earyi gt

women present pledged enthusias- I
tic support for the Charity ball
to be held on February 28.


eity after a brief vacation spent
visiting friends in Jacksonville.


The Hebrew Friendly Inn holds
a regular meeting of its board f ir
directors every Tuesday at noon
in the Inn~ when luincheon is sev-


ed. The general public? is
to attend in order tjo learn
work of the organization.


urged
of the


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Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fein are
sponsoring a costume ball Sundriy
night at 9 o'clock at the Elks club
for the benefit of Beth Israel Co~n-
gregation. There wrill be prizes,
refreshments, entertainers and
dancing.


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