The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
February 26, 1932
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Frequency:
weekly
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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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jBanquet To

Begin Campaign

With Judge Julian W. Mack of
the United States Circuit Court of
Appeals as the chief speaker, the
joint campaign for the J. D. C.
and the Palestine Appeal will be
begun, Sunday evening, March 6,
at the Helene Hotel, Miami Beach.
Other noted speakers include
Rev. Zvi Hirsch Masliansky, noted
Yiddish Orator. A musical pro-
gram to cl esence tdurinste
Rosenblatt who will be in Miami
at that time, and other noted vis-
iting artists.

une thempl dpersi rf Damds
Aht rarul Harrth Simonhof~f, co
Jewish sufferers in Eastern Eur-
ope and the needy in Palestine.
Practically every Jewish organ-
ization has been enlisted in this
national drive and a house to
house canvass will be made to
have every Jew, both resident and
visiting, contribute to this worthy
cause. A national representative
of the J. D. C. is now in Miami
illielp organize te died ohc
banquet. Reservations for this
affair may be made through any
member of the committee and a.
Nominal charge of only one- dollar
and fifty cents will be made per
person.
Reservations for this banquet
may be made at the Hotel or
~through any member of the com-
mittee.

Noted Journalist

Will Speak Here


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Be~ed~udryS Tne In Sunday 2 Tp. m.Staion

annual charity ball of the W M
e ihWlfare Bureau will be T Jws lrda
ldat the Columbus Hotel Roof ThJeihFoiinpormpeeedeey udaatronovrtton
raise funds to keep up the work WQA beginning ateene 2vr Sudyatronoe tt
f th orgniztion th begitire tt p. m. is replete with entertainment every minute of
Bheas ftefiu oofn~ain the ag etor time it is on the air. Music that brings back memories of years
community Ches to aisue the nee-t th e eo ones, acquaints the young ones with Jewish music that you and
ssariy funds, ito ~isaen that ne-ey want to know, played in the real Jewish inimitable manner by the Jew- .
heJewish Welfare Bureau will ish Floridian Orchestra, under the direction of Bernie Mayerson, assisted by
receive a very small part of noted vocalists is presented for your entertainment. Would you like to have
necessary funds. To insure some particular musit played or sung for you ? Don't hesitate, but write The .
rkontinhuane org z e ensp endid Jewish Floridian Program in care of Station WQAM and your wish will be
rk o theorgnizaion theoQ- complied with.
ceshope to have every Jew tn
district attend the ball. With- Sunday 2 p. m. for Real Enjoyment, Tune in on WQAM
uta sufficient sum beinpg-aised
ugh ths evnW 16 ie rB lze

y o compelled to close down "Siyom" Ceremony T oia k
p~al,, .,, ~a nliAnnouncements i rpia Pa
heter in the district has pledged t 80 H l er e pens Monday
ahaire some of its foremost en- MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
ertines pes ntdrng th eve V ry~ ~ impesiv ceemme CONGREGATION Tropical Park, Frank Bruen's
ngfor the entertainment of the hvbenpnedorte"in (Orthodox) beautiful plant out Coral Gables
net.At midnight a supper will Hasaer which wille ber hel bSyo 1545 8. W. Third Street way will reopen for its final rac-
eserved to every guest, free of HSther Mhimi Jwish b Orhodo Con JONAH E. CAPLAN, Rabbi ing meet of the present season
hrargeill f nis lWayes msi{)fr gregation on Sunday evening, The usual Friday night early oMnaFburi
ng. IMarch 27, at the Synagogue. The services begin at 6 p. m. with E
anemg.program, in addition to the tradi- the late services following at 8:3l0 Saturday, many of the horses that
StaleyC. yer ischarma optional ceremonies include addresses when Rabbi Caplan will preach on haebe aigteewl e
he committee in charge of ar- by noted out of town speakers, "The Use and Abuse of Religion.. triansfered tothe Grables plnt. r-
angmetsandheisbeig s-music by an orchestra and singing The usual congregational .singing riasfo te rcs inue
listed by committees from the byafmu atr olwn n epnieraigwl greater competition and as fine
dies' Auxiliary of the JewIsh the formal ceremonies the Ladies' led by the Rabbi. la brand of horse racing as ha:
Welfare Bureau. Auxiliary of the Congregation will 'been shown anywhere in the coun-
At 11o'clock there will be entertain all present at a buffet, Itry. Mr. Bruen recently returned
staged a floor show of more than orCONGREGATION BE~TH DAVID) to Miami from a visit to the North
fifeenindviualact. n adi-, (Conservative). where he had completed plans for
tionto utsandng hearicl sars The "Safer Torah" arrived io 139 N. W. Third Avenue the beginning of the present meet.
of the stage and screen who are Miami Tuesday and tha tenpc S. M. MACHTEI, Rabbi te h l m n
now residing in Miami and who seen in Miami. An antique Silver Rabbi S. M. Machtei will preach(, ~~nepesdcniec
have promised to appear, the fol- crown for the scroll will be pr- .tonight at the 8 o'clock service h. ru eprssd ofien"
wingact wil beshon: ar-sented during the ceremonies and 'on "The Golden Calf." Cantor hos ai ol utf i e
To roet as 4 rl, blbue sger will bedeck the Scroll on festive? Louis Hayoa l ioatn ph rilioef ring this section y main the i
and dance team who have long evns od will follow. A social hour will preded n met oe ofam the bet at-
played under the auspices of the During the ceremonies the tra- flo h ou.Tmro on eddi h im ertr.
R. K. 0. Circuit; Dolly Griffin, a ditional filling in of uncompleted 'fono the service will ro beg n a :0 ay oal tbl aent-
Rusi arbt dne h a letters will be carried out in iE fh evcswl bgna :0 ied the management of their tak-
just completed a successful run in memory of departed ones, or fr atd~ 10 oo a.ase m.l on unay ing part by having their best
"Girl Crazy"; Eloise McAllister 1 those desiring their names per- at1 ,m nSnahorses entered in the various races.
Joe Rubin and his gang from th lpetuated. All is in readiness for the start-
Alcazar roof. --------TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI er's call on Monday.
(Reform) .


IvOdern Mxatzo

Plant Is Opened
The opening of the new Plant
of the B. Manischewitz Company,
the World's largest producers of
Mlatsoh and Matsoh Products, at
143-151 Bay Street, Jersey City,
New Jersey is an event not only
of interest to American Jewry,
but also marks a decided step in
America's industrial development.
The manufacture of Matsoh and
allied products has grown into one
of the big industries of the coun-
try. Established forty-two years
ago in Cincinnati, Ohio, the B.
Manischewitz Company has grown
into a big business' of World-wide
extent, and came East to provide
better service for the Company's
ever increasing customers in the
Greater New York and Metropol-
itan area and all Points East, and
to take care of their constantly
growing Export Trade.
The new plants is the best equrp.
ped and largest of its kind in the
world, occupying a square block
in area-one hundred. thousand
square feet.
Impressiv ecereinonies marklied
the official opening recently, be-
Eore hundreds ~of people prominent
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Hillel Rogoff, internationally
known journalist and lecturer, will
be the chief speaker at a meeting
to be held in the Workmen's Cir-
cle hall, 701 N. W. 5th A~ve., Sun-
day evening, February 28, at 8
p. m. His subject will be "The
Present Situation in Russia." He
will discuss conditions in Russia,
the five year plans, its industrial-
ization projects, and particullarly
their effect upon the other great

"ie"" R,;,he wh rlis managing
editor of the Jewish Daily For-
ward, one of the largest Yiddish
dailies in the world, is a lecturer
of note and the unusual faculty
,f keeping his hearers interested
;hough the subject may be in-
rolved.
Mr. Rogoff is the author of "An
~ast Side Epic," the book depict-
ng the life of Meyer London,
loted Socialist lawyer and former
congressman,
Admission to this lecture will be
he nominal sum of twenty-five
ents, and the proceeds' will be
voted to the work of the Yid-
ish Schule of the Workmen's
irelP,, which is sponsoring the
cture.

MEMORIAL MEETING IS
POSTPONED

Because of the Charity Ball and
number of other affairs sche-
uled for next Sunday night, the
~emo~ria meeting for the Inte
Ir. A. D). Halp~ern has' been iost-
ozie'd 'to ~Su~nday evening, March
3, at the Workmen's Circle hall.
number of speakers familiar
ith his' cotmnalU .work' will
ea8k.


7 31 N. B. Nineteenth Street
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi


With ac sonvI e Services will be held Friday
evening at 8:15 at Temple Israel,


As we go "to press the results reform Jewish congregation, 137
Beth Jacob Congregation Miami of the special match rpee at the N. E. 19th St. Dr. Kaplan wiH
Beach is sponsoring the only ap- West Flagler Kennel Club Thur~s- speak on the subject, "Lo~yalties. )
pearance of the famous Cantor, day night between Ring Officer, Visitors are welcome.
Joseph Rosenblatt, in Florida dur- and Galway Ranger, representing In a private interview, Dr.
ing recent years. the pick of the dogs at the Orange Kaplan stated to the Jewish Flori-
The noted Cantor whose appear- Park, Jacksonville, Fla., dog track, dian that most of his members
ance in many cities in this coun- and Cardinal and My Laddie rep- cannot attend services on Friday
ry3 and abroad was the signal for resenting the fastest dogs in the evening because they are busy
rowded concert halls and theaters West Flagler track, is unknown. studying. Judaism ait home and
Will appear in Miami Beach in In an effort to provide the dog while they are studying Judaism,
hree performances Sunday, March fans with the finest possible, the he is studying the Jews. ,
;. He will be heard in a number officials of the local track unhesi- His subject, "Loyalties, this
f liturgical and folk song corn- tantly accepted the challenge of week he stated is given for the
positions that have endeared him Jacksonville, but insisted that for purpose of finding out whether
o the masses of the Jelrsh people. the benefit of the local fans, the there is, enough loyalty among
contest be held in Miami. Jthe Jews to Judaism to come to
holin Gov rnor Under the management of Joe hear the lecture on "Loyalty."
Af011RR VerB~f Adams and Carson Bradford the --'
West Flagler tracks has become CONGREGATION BETfI JACOt
Visits Beach Track the meeca for the many Miami (Orthodox)
fans who want the finest in dog 311 Washington Avenue
'Wit oen M i Odie aig Betting at the mutuels Mi mI Beach
NthGoeror axO.Gaidierhav been pretty heavy and the L. AXE ROD, R'abbi
Nrh Carolinia as the guesthvebn exceptionally
honor the fans at the Beautiful prices Th early Frda vein er-
ean side Miamteri'l Beac Kennelr Tood.ac is I ated within ten ices begin at 5 p. m. with the late
dubbr nlesaw Pa~rtner, the sixer mnThes trac from the center of services at 8 o'clock when Rabbi
ischinde sola qfg wid theeple- Miminu bus business district, and Axelrod. will preach on "1Wasted .
nor ovort Meg np wi tohe G~ov- i es pn ny thrills for local LiYgs."., Cantor Boris Bebleehmran
eneda orgth Ca~rplinp tropy parvrJI mp; at its betatiful will lead the congr~egational sin~-
dnsa night, in ~ ~ a peddyfn vr ih ing and chanting. .


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+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++o JACKSONVILILE NEWS jamin G.o glant on Chhaerlrith The Deacon and the Froi
a rr S. C. who was the guest speaker A great many people we


SOC IE TY hHhd
o a being the fifth annual banquet AI deacon was on hi
;secfOonoovocoocoocococoocoooocoseccocooo* ;ince the erection of the Center, Another unique fe ture of the church one Sunday mor n w~ay t
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cohen of are staying at the S~helburnle which wasH featurecd by the install- velcning was7 he r ndh ronof s~ ed in his best and with hso
Brooklyn are guestse at the Foun. apar'tments, Miami Beach. nationn of the nely~? elected offirce.s f.a ceTheesngs werete clevenr niel poised wihenh her sho
tain apartments, Miami Beach. *; *or thep yePar l:193. dif~ers. o s popular meeelodes an namel called from muhoe nea~dIr
This is their tenth visit here. lag, e54. H iveI hGl~reestlj i in 10i: eI~ than tithl rui testo eor-- acttu~ ehjs ofpp r hede a n sh rabsd Ilfown in the hol
apartments at the Shelburne, Mi- of the Jewish co~mumity wrce ad chreeite fteofcr. .I have been in here threedm
Mr. and Mrs. Max Stern of Cin- miBahwerthyrepedpren.They wer~e sung during the eve- said the frog, "without a ss
einnti avetake anapatmen in thir t~rdFloida intr. nder the leadership of Dr. ning by the entire audience ac- to eat, and I wish you woulything
at the El Paraiso, Miami Beach. Samuel Benjamin, Rabbi of the cmaido h in yMs eot, l
** itentbeofrie e onrgtoBniIrali19 Rebecca Moskovitz. The d'eacon looked at the u
Mlrs. J. EisenberR of PittsburR :n play last Tuesday night at thle n appeal for the erection of thle A noal uia rg and looked at his shiny shoes sh
and son, Ralph, and Mcrs. H. A. regular bi-we~ekly party sponsoredl / 'resnt Jewish Cenlter was malde. was pr.esented by Mme Berte LongI rembinbered that he had tos pan
Cor~nblum of Cleveland are spend- ,y the Ladies' Auxiliar~y of the~ In Se ptember 1927 the laying of Knouche and Miss Alice; Biscow, the collection plate in church so
ingthe winter at the Mildre~d Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-- the CornersYtone took place, a~nd who were very charming mn theil he replied: "I'm1 sorry, old mal
apartments, Miami Beach. tion. Many visitors fromn out ofJ the first banq~uelt on1 the occasion renditions. I can't help you now, but on R
tonatne.Tedo pieo h fiilopnn fteJc- 3me Kinoche received praise forwa bck ro chchIl
Mlr. and Mrs. Max Bernstein and aswon by Levy~ Hirschtield o~f onville Jewish Center took place a number of Jewish folk songsj, you a lift out of the hole gv
Mr~s. Louis Cohen of New Y'ork Newv York. Individuarl prizes were Ja.1 llnury. 1928. Manyll notabl. sl! and3ss B:SCOW was very well As he came back from church
sre spending their first winter awarded to the highest score at a~ttended. received in her violin presenta- the deacon was surprised to find
here at the Fenimore apartments, ach table. Jlesdlamies H~arry Seit- TeJkonl J ihCntrtions.thfrgstigntemdl o
Miami Beach. lin and S. Haas werec hostesses, bulighsabauiu yaou t the conclusion of the banquet the froad conten n thedl snpinl a
aa *Rabbi W'iessel spoke, and thanked flis
w\h ch! carn ac~como~date nearly one es
The marriage of MIiss Goldie: MI. and Mr1s. R. Deutsc~h a!-huadpol, pcosad- Rabbi Axselman of Charleston. huh o adyucud'
War~schoff, daugfhter of M~r. anel no"uncd the engagement of their tor~liuml. eq~ui'ciipd w~ith a stagre for .'Th vn a lsdwt h get out of that hole," said the
M~rs. D. S. Warschoff, and William dagtr LsLlinDush 0tepeetto fpasadalsmgng~ of Hatikva. deacon.
Elma, whch tok laceFebraryJulius Aronson, the wedding date Ithe fa~cilities to make it suitatble Tehl a euiul eo- huh olntet
15, was announced at a large re- to be announced later. fo ulcfnton uha a-ated and the tables were bedecked utlasaecm ln n
r~eption given Sunday- afternoon by utlcue n asmeig.with flowers and dainty decora-juthdogeotrpldth
the parents of the bride at their On WVednesdfay, February~ 24, te Ter r l< o o the tions. frog.
home, 1324 N~. WC. Firs~t Court. IMiami C~hapter of Hadassah hon-Thbauewsctrdtrog
The bride is a graduate of the ored Mrs. E. Jacobs, N"ationall Ta~lm~ud Toranh andt Sunday Shooli the courtesy of the Daughters of Lots of people are discovering
To30 class of the MCiami Senior Prestident of Hadassah with a re- ndmti rm frlde.s-Israel, headed by Mrs. Moses Feld- teedy htte a otig
c~ieties, and c~lubs. A Beth H-an' m an- they didn't think they could do.
Hihe sho lth aund Hn asactiv me- ept~i Caldmu sial h e ld fne msit, crash is provided--c on; the first floor mThe officers installed were Max Under the pressure of necessity
E~lman came to Miami from Moni- program was presented: Violin, for daily pray-er ar,\d study-. Daily Rbnprsdt;H ryFinkel- every one of us can accomplish
treal, Can.. but is now connected .ar~yl Oakes, vocal selections b~y an abt evcsaehe.stein, honorary president; Daviol the impossible. In good times ne.
with the U. S. Mail service in Mi- M~rs. B. Raff, accompanied by ]The junlior ~cngrzeg:ion; have ;:s 310scovitz, first vice president; body uses more than a fraction of
ami, where the young couple plan Frances Tarbaux, also a reading sevcsoJleSabt onn.Aoses Feldman, second vice presi- hsaiiyadrsucfles
to live. iby Millicent Rubin. Mrs. Jacobs h ehCr.J sas h dent; Joseph Witten, treasurer, But when the snake of hard times
*spoke on Hadassah. Refreshments home for thce Sen:i:r andc Juniocr PlipBradtr oehHc comes along we just have to get
Regular meeting of Temple a\vre served during the social hour HadasEsah. the Ladier' Auxiliary? of kl rcrdn seetr;Miss Out of a hole, and like the frog
Israjel Sister~hood will be held Monl- following. :he Center, hth Heb~rew Sheltering~ Naomi Becker, secretary. in Mr. Kettering's story, we find
dlav, March 7, at Kaplan hall, at Mrs. Jacobs is leaving for New Aid Society-, the Boy and Gir~l The directors are: Sam Blatt- "ome way to do what we didn't be-
2:30 p. m. when an interesting Yor'k, Saturday evening. Scouts, Young Judaea, and several neB aeHrr iklti. lieve we could do.
roramwil b prseted T is other organizations. Sa F?, letche~r, J. F~leettM.C.~ Kass, It is a good thing for humanity
meetings will be preceded by a; Friday at 12:15, the Hadassah The fifth annual banquet wej S. D. Kramer, Jacob Lapinsky, S. !that life is not always pleasant
board meeting at Kaplan hall at board will hold a luncheon meet- opened with an invocation by Rab- Mizrahi, Isidore Moskovitz, Max: and easy. Intelligence, ability and
1:30 p. m. n~lg at which time Mrs. Jacobs will bi Alexander S. Wiessel, Rabbi of i Rose, S. Selber, M. Wolfson, Iki? character are only developed to
All members are urged to at- discuss the respective duties of the Center. Witten, Dr. J. T`. Wilensky, Oscar their best in the face of adversity.
tend. Ieach chairman and discuss plans During the meal, Max Rubin, M Ragezis, Louis Moscovitz, I. Prier, And the harder the struggle, the
'tor organization. president of the institution, acted Fred Soforenko, B. Beingas~t, Mrs. more fun there is in looking back
Mr. and Mrs. J. Hirschfield and *) as toastmaster for the evening, A. Sager, Mrs. M. Feldman, and on it after the peak has been pasf-
son, Howcard, and Mrs. Harold; Monday at 2:30 the regular and introduced Abe Newman, who- Mrs. H. Weiss. i ed.
Hirschfield of Chicago are among meeting of the Senior Chapter ofl installed the officers for the year. ----
guests at the Coronado apart- Hadassah will be held; important The officers in brief pledged The local Senior and Junior
ments, Miami Beach. reports will be read, fine program Itheir loyal support and urged all Hadassah held its joint outstand- Our heartfelt thanks to ail
planned. All members are urged present to extend their co-opera ing fund-raising affair for .the our friends for their kindness
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. W. Engle o~f to attend this meeting which is tion. year at the Jacksonville Jewish and consideration in our be
Ridgfefield Park, N. J., are winter to be held at the Acacia Club. An interesting feature of the Center recently. The affair wasl reavement.
guests at the Coronado apartments evening, and the most inspiring in the form of a carnival and al Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Friedman
Miami Beach.e _.Plan ar _~"b'eingmadel for the address was given by Rabbi Ben1- very large sum was realized.


production of a
play, called "T
which was writi
Kirsch, a fori
H ast nayo ii
ca d pr .noFu


A sewing me
assah was hele
the home of MI
sewing for the
Bureau. Mrs.
man of this but
woman wishing
bureau whether
with Hadassah
with Mrs. Katz

One of the 1
cial events of
Senior-Junior C
was given Sun
at the Alcazar
ish gardens; o
people attend
show was prese
onhoff, Mrs. M
Wesson and M
were in charge


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Mrs. R. Balkany and daughter
Miss Martha Balkany, and Mrs.
Straus of Chicago are spending
then winter at the Mildred apar't-

Mrs. A. G ldwn and daughter,
June, of New York are winter
guests at the El Vanala apart-
ments, Miami Beach.
*
Accompanied by her daughter,
Miss Sally Greenberg, Mrs. M.
Greenberg of Hartford, Conn., has
taken an apartment at the Hamil-
ton, Miami Beach.
*
Al Feldman and Nat Tarlin of
Boston are at the Trianon apart-
ments, Miami Beach.
*
Mrs. Harriet Korman and chil-
dren, Edith and Jacqueline, of
New York arrived Saturday and
are at the Coconut apartments,
Miami Beach.
*
Mr. and Mrs. William Fink and
son, Richard, arrived recently by
automobile from Pittsburgh and


vey re ine one-act
'he Awakening"--
ten by Mrs. M. D.
mer president of
nbe present dh th: eIi 10 10 8 (1 f g 3
rather developments STATION WQAM EVERY SUNDAY, AT 2 P.~ M.
* SPONSORED AND SUPPORTED BY
!eting of the Had- **
d on Thursday at The Jewish Flor ldian and the Following Advertisers
rs. Chas. Goldstein,
Palestine Supply JOE REISMAN, INC. Little ROillR8iall
Katz is the chair- STRICTLY KOSHER PROGRAM:
reau in Miami, any RStaurant
gto sew for the Me8ts and Poultry
r affiliated or not 220 N. Miami Ave.
plas gt n ouh 166 N. W. 5th St. Ph. 3-2270ea Native Roumanian Dishas

aata This concert will pre-
most successful so- Kosher Restaurant sn eihfl
the season was the 'Where Kashrus and ,en Jeihfl ongs,
abaret dance, which Delicious Foods Unite popular hits of the day,
Iday, February 21, 6 .E n t
Hotel in the Span 25N n t
'ver three hundred ""
ed. An excellent (FYOUJ STILLr DEMAND THE,
!nted. Mrs. S. Sim.i~l And Jewish Dance Music BEST TRY
[. Weiner, Mrs. M. "BARON'S"
diss Lena Weinkle By
451 Coliris Ave.

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Morris, Mrs. Adolph Werthheimer,
Mrs. Marvin Bronner, Mrs. Tobias
Simon and Mrs. Jacob M. Kaplan.

Mr. and Mrs. George Weintraub
of Scranton, Pa., are spending
their honeymoon at the Admiral
Hotel, Miami Beach. Mr. Wein-
traub is of brother of Sydney
Weintraub of Miami.

Beth David Sisterhood will hold
one of its series of benefit bridge
parties on Sunday evening, March
6, at its Talmud Torah 'Auditorium
when Mesdames Louis Weinkle,
Carl Weinkle and Rebecca Yunis
will be the hostesses. Prizes will
be awarded for high scores and
refreshments will be served. The
public is invited to attend and the
proceeds will go towards the Bethr
David Talmud Torah Chain Fund.

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er-in-law, Mtichell Kuperberg,
mother-in-law, Leo Kaiser, minis-
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At a late hour delicious refresh--
Sments were served.

Thr~e ~were 40 tables in play
4t the benefit bridge party given
Monday afternoon by Temple I~s-
real Sisterhood in the garden of
Mrs. J. A. Richter's home. Large
(umbrellas shaded the tables and
the natural beauty of the garden
served as decorations. The pa-
triotic note was expressed in dec-
orations.
Prize winners were Mrs. L.
Levy, Ashland, Wis.; Mrs. H. Gor-
don, Mrs. B. L. Reisner, Mrs. F.
B. Schessinger, New York; Mrs.
J. M. Silverstein, St. Paul, Minn ;
Mrs. W. Steinau, Columbus, Ohio. 1
Mrs. F. Beriistein, Chicago, and
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}Ir. and Mrs. Lazarus Abrams cobs, national president of the
of Miami Beach announce the en- Se~nior Hadassah was the special
gagement of their niece, Miss guest of honor and made the prml-
Esther Levy of Toronto, Can., to Icipal address of the evening. Miss
Rabbi Lazarus Axelrod of Beth Eleanor Rubin in a1 number of
Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach. piano selections and Miss Thelma
Miss Levy is the daughter of Mr. Mannheim in several vocal selec
and Mrs. Lazarus Levy of Toront~o, tions accompanied by Miss Hor-
Can., where she was born and at- tense Landesman at the piano dle-
tended school. She is a graduate ~lighted the guests. Miss Sylvia
of the University of Toronto. She Dreisen president of the Junior
came to Miami Beach about eight Council of Jewish Women made
weeks ago to visit her uncle and a brief address. Miss Sylvia Sch-
aunt. Rabbi Axelrod is a native wartz the first president of Jun-
of Liverpool, England, where he ior Hadassah in Miami was in -
received his early secular educa- produced and spoke briefly. At
tion. a" late hour refreshments were
ile received his Rabbinical train- served. In charge of arrangements
ing in the world famous Slobodka were Mrs. Jennie Rotfort, Miss
Yeshiva at Hebron Palestine Bea Silver and Miss Hannah Mac!<
where he received "Smicha" from *
Rabbi Moshe Mordecai Epstein, D~r. and Mrs. S. Aronowitz en-


Plan in honor of the occasion
preached on "Women's Part in
Jewish Life." Following the ser-
vices a social hour was spent.
*
Thursday, March 3, at noon Mrs.
Bertha Mendelson worthy matron
of Emunah ~Capper will entertain
with a bridge u`lincheon honoring
Mrs. Mae T. Donovan, worthy
Grand matron of the Grand Chap-
ter of Florida. Other guests in-
vitedl are the officers of the chap--
ter*

S( nior and Junior Council of
Jew;Jh Women held a joint busi-
ness and social meeting at 8 a.
m. Wednesday at Kaplan hall. The
refreshments provided by the sen-
ior group, while the juniors pr?-
sented the program under the di-
rection of Miss Goldie Miller.
Miss Thelma Manheim sang a
group of numbers, accompanied by
Hortense Landsman. Bettty Le-
taw gave a tap dance and Mirss
Mildred Dreisen read EugenL
O'Neill's one-act comedy, "Before
Breakfast." Plans for the dance
to be given by the Junior Coune;ll
March 13 at the Spanish Gardens,
atop the Alcazar, were discussed,
and tickets distributed for the
bnfit heuanteer party given byth

Capitol.

The Comet club, a newly orga:1.
ized literature study group, will
have its first formal meeting at
the home of Mana-Zucca, honorary
member, at 3 p. m. today. Percival
Wilde will be the honor guest and
will speak. Mrs. ~I. M. W~einstein
is president of the club with Mrs.
Henry D. Williams, secretary and
treasurer.
Mr. Wilde's one-act play, "Out
of the Mou.,thn O," will be present-
ed with Mrs. Max Goldstein, Miss
Lil Chisling, Mrs. Frances Wil- I
liamson and Mrs. Weinstein taking
part. Mrs. Williamson will give
the life of the author and Mrs.
Goldgtein wi ll re vie w one of his
books. Miss Evelyn Raff will be
heard in a musical number.
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IRabbi Meltzer, Chief Rabbi Kook
and others. He came r4 the Uni-

hed lest on vn At ata, Ga. a
has been serving the Miami Beach
congeadioen for his seco d year

mud Torah and Bible class, and
was the organizer and founder of
the Miami Beach Jewish Social
Set. The wedding will take place
sometime in March.

Friday, February 26, the Sen-
ior Council of Jewish Women will
hold a card party in the gardens
of the Blackstone Hotel, at 2 p.
m. Prizes will be awarded for
high scores and refrshments will
be served. In charge is a commit-
tee consisting of Mesdames Mor-
ris F. Rubin of Brooklyn, N. Y.,
and Miami as chairman, and Lewis
Brown, Chas Greenfield, P. Schein-
berg, Isidor Cohen, Daniel Cromer,
1. L. Seligman and H. H. Miller
assisting.


tertained last Saturday evening In
honor of a number of their out of
tofn ly o atThe home was bean-
and potted palms in profusion.
Amongr tos attending wete m,
and Mrs. Chas. Solomkin, Miss
Rose Wertheim, Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Silverstone, all of New York city;
Mr. and Mrs. I. Wohl, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Isaacs, Mr. and Mrs.
A. H. Leuchtag, Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Dubler, Mrs. I. Wohl, M.
and Mrs. James Hurwitz, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Kruger, and Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Berner. At a late hour a"
elaborate buffet lunch was served.

Mr. and Mrs. Abe Silverstone,
Mr. and Mrs. A. Kruger and Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Berner left for a
cruise to the West Indies and the
Bahama Islands last Tuesday.

One of the finest affairs held
was the "Around the Samovalr"
Sla st S un day nig ht, sponsored by
the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion at the Synagogue. Several


Mrs. S. B. Schlesinger of New
York City is visiting her aunt
and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Brown of this city and will spend
the balance of the winter season
here as their guest, and while here
is being extensively entertained.

Tuesday evening, March 1, the
Executive Board of the Junior
Council of Jewish Women will
hold a meeting at the home of
Miss Mildred D~reisen, 811 W.
Flagler St. All members are
urged to be' on hand promptly as
important business will be trans-
acted. 4se

Mrs. K. Tishler tendered a sur-
prise party at the home o f Mrs.
lielnun, hono ig Mher sit re a

ingeb fet sppeor wa served the
guests during the evening and
brief speeches were made by Mr.
L. Elkin, Mrs. S. Bienstock, Mrs.
Feldman and Mrs. Tishler.
All joined in suinging folks songs
and a very enjoyable time was
had by all.
Among the guests present were
Mrs. Feldman and son, of Bridge-
port, Mrs. K. Tishler and son, of
New York, Miss Robkin, Mr. and
Mrs. S. Rockson, of New York,
Mrs. B. Rockson, B. Lisker, o~f
Ohio, Mrs. S. H. Robinson of Con-
necticut, Mrs. S. Freed, son and
daughter, Mlrs. W. M. Nelson and
daughter, Mit. and Mrs. Bader, at
Pittsburgh, Mrs. Sophie Bienstock i
and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Elkin.

Junior Had saah held a regular
meeting last Monday night at the
Robert Clay Hotel when a large(
number of members and visitors (
attended. Special guests of the (
organization were members and (
officer of the Janior Council of
Jewish Women. Mrs. Edward Ja-


were dressed in Russian costume One of the most enjoyable af-
and a beautiful Samovar was the fairs of the current season was


centerpiece of the long table up n
which were various foods. Al
kinds of foods were served in caf-
eteria style. Following supper
cards were enjoyed by many. In
charge were Mesdames Louis L-
vitt, Philip Augustine, I. Magid,
I. Buckstein, C. Tannenbaum, N.
A rason, M. Kuperstein and
ohr.

A special meeting of Emunah
Chapter will be held Wednesday
evening, March 2, at the Scottish
Rite Temple to honor the Worthy
GrndMaro o teG ad Chap
ovan MI r he e onran o fca
torof te is ae A ns cia r-
gram basbeent ITane is ewho

ni 1 present instrumental and vo.
Ia selections. All Stars are in-
vted to attend.

Council Sabbath was observed
at the Miami Jewish Orthod~x
C nreation last Friday night
gre Mrs. Lena Simon on behalf
of the local Senior Council ad-
dressed the worshippers on the
work of her organization. Rabbi




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Friday, February 26, 1932.











W~ilEc ARE THE BLIND?
The ~Mqn Bad Women who can see,
Cobvi~rising the majority ?
Or those depending on the mind
To guide their course---are they
.,the blind.,


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Of Jewish Inter~est ..maon c, ssstn
SProfessor of Hebrew Language at SH)ER
The Jewish Community of Rou-l Hebrew Union Colleg~e and 'in-
mania has been trying for many structor in Bible at the Univer- n w yu ms e ta od

aur~attorirdce em s sity of Cincinnati, was appointed Who liked to laugh and joke w~ll appear ina t edx
Shcaio l femi kicesolr,., rr la


s director of the Ame
acir n c oo And trade my favors or a ss film as a racing drive
n for Oriental Research in Jeru- Among the country folk. all who are prediction
e salem. He is the first Jew to be mobile will in time su
s named to this post and is believed But one day Sorrow came along horse.


"curaeJ

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the Jewish faith to give religious!
instruction to boys and girls ii
the high schools throughout t~h
country. Again and again thi!
request was rejected and only E
month ago did the director of ed
ucation agree to appoint Jewist
teachers to teach Judaism in al
the high schools. This decision
was gained by men like Chief Rab-
bi Niemirower, Deputy Dr. Theo-
dor Fischer, Dr. William Filder
man, the President of the Jewish
Community of Roumania, and oth-
er prominent figures. Hitherto
Jewish children, who did not re-
ceive religious instruction in the
hedarim or privately, were com-
pelled to attend the religious
classes conducted solely by Chris-
tian teachers. Now the Jewish
Community will be able to appoint
their own teachers under the gui-
dance of the Rabbinate and thus
assure a Jewish religious educa-
tion for all Jewish children who
attend the state schools.

The G~overnment of Lithuania
has passed a law prohibiting Jews
from buying state land for agri-
culture purposes, unless the pur-
chasers were and are still farmers
for the past generation. This law
will prevent many jews who had
settled on the land with a view
to becoming farmers from becom-
mng private owners, and will virt-
nally force those desirous of con-
tinuing agricultural work to sub-
ject themselves to the will of the
.egahized farmer.

Much excitement has be~n
aroused in Czecho-Slovakia owing
breaunexpce a ti-Semitit sut
dents in the Universities of Pra-
gue and Bratislava. The Czecho.
Slovakian Nationalist press has
published inflammatory articles
against foreign students who have
settled in the country, and these
articles have incited Christians to
anti-Semitic acts. Many Jewish
students were thrown out of their
classes, and ill-treated by the
fanatical Nationalists. This event,
following close upon the anti.
Semitic outbreaks in the universi-
ties of Poland, has created a feel-
Ing of insecurity among the Jew-
ish students throughout the coun.
try.

The study of Shakespeare's
"Merchant of Venice" was order-
ed removed from the curriculum
of the public schools of Buffalo,
by E. C. Hartwell, Superintendent
of the Board of Education. The
action of the Board of Education
followed the protest of' Dr. Israel
Efros of Temple Beth-El of this
city, who emphasized that the
characterization of Shylock as a
typical Jew was a malicious ang
prejudicial libel. It constitutes
one of the worst influences in
fomenting an unwarranted preju-
dice against the Jews in the minds


And soon found me out;
He silenced all my pretty song
And quieted my shout.

I slyly waited him to pass
And now, behind my door,
I'm twice as gay as any lass
Who ever laughed before-

Twice as gay! And no one knows
Who pass outside my gate,
That sheltered by my sober clothes
I thumb my nose at Fate.
!
A woman member of Congress


t'o be the youngest person ever
thus honored. Dr Glueck will oc-
cupy this position from June 1932
to September 1933, on leave from
his positions in America. The call
to Dr. Glueck is regarded as a
tribute to his work in Palestine,
where he was a research fellow in
archaeology in 1927-28. This Amer-
ican School for Oriental Research
is the center of most of the world's
archaeological work in the Holy
Land, and serves as a post-gradu-
ate institution for archaeology
and Semities in Palestine. It ;s


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Recent war maneuvers at h.
olulu were more like a w~ar~t~
many imagined. A week has u
ed and it hasn't been ceale C
termined that anybody warl de
I g
John Diderot was not "so ho:.
Sue Manx was far from cld*
Poor Sue would not be bold,
John Diderot was dumb and shg

IJohn Diderot was just a "chomp,*
But Sue had brains for two,
'And always knew, deep in Mr
mind,
Just what she wished to do.

Sue waited patiently for John
To tell his passion grand,
Then said, "I see, it's up to me
To take this 'goof' in hand."

Alas, for poor John Diderot,
The truth cannot be hid.
When Sue cried out, "Don't dare
kiss me!"
That simple ass John did.
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The more you crumple your car
rency the more you will find it in-
creases.


supported by one hundred Amer- I sys she has never seen a Con-
icanUnivrsites. gressman drunk on the floor of the
House. It would seem unnecessary
Aaron Horowitz, local manufac- while so many can talk that way
tur~er and communal worker, was when cold sober.
reelected Mayor of Cornwall. On- The only way they got a drop
tario, for a third term. He is the on the saloonkeeper was to beat
second Jewish Mayor in the Pro- Ihim? throwing dice for the drinks.
vince of Ontario, David Kroll hold- i i !
ing the office of first magistrate Canals in Venice are reported
in Wnsor*, ice-bound for the first time in
----- years. It is expected all this will
The foundations of the Einstein be cleared away, however, in time
relativity theories have been in for the big log drive in the sping.
part re-affirmed by a repetition t
at the Zeiss Works at Jena of the "I see nothing to worry about"
surprising result of which later said John D. Rockefeller, sizing up
stimulated Prof. Albert EinsteinanegticputnFlrdre
to develop his theories, as report- cently and replying to a query on
ed by the Science Service. Therethbuiesolok
is no "ether dirft" flowing through
the atmosphere, because of the AtonegeratEsAuoa
motion of earth through space. Atw niera atArr
This deduction made by the late N. Y., has demanded a sharp re-
Prof. A. A. Michelson and his col- duction in salary. If he has any
eagues, was again verified in influence in high places, we dar~e
lenaby D. G.Joos whoma~e say he'll swing it.
ne of ah rap ara ss ahloedm !
'interferometer," and announced New prima donnas at the MCe-
hat his latest experiment did not tropolitan are reported willowy
indicate any evidence for th~e and svelte. In fact, they say there
movement of the ether. isn't a real old-fashioned roll-top
soprano with the troupe.
A tour of unusual interest is !!!
!eing arranged by Mr. Joseph An old bachelor says that mar-
=ornrich of London, England, to rage is the undertaker of love.
,e accompanied by extensive lee-
~ures and talks that will include A Missouri town, found by the
much of Jewish history and tradi- Kansas City Star, is so~law-abid-
ion. ing that dummy in the police sta-
~tion game of bridge has been able
The roun to e coeredex-to handle all trouble calls in the
.ends from Ur of the Chaldees to patfv e rs i
Palestine, Egypt, Greece, Rome, It is hardly to be expected of
pain and other countries associ-anolndgsiecmpyto
Cited with Jewish history in mod- erc h oaur f e -
rn times. As the organizer of t~he benrc thnge, vouaye oi theHe-s t
;our is acting mna purely honor- rewa typogue, yet theis seems to
lry capacity and solely in the In- bae a by-prodct o teir work We ul
ierest of Jewish travel and edu- hv utrcie nuuuly'
atin wthot avie togai, tisbeautiful specimen of the printer's
;our promises to be of unusual in- art, a pamphlet replete with pho-
erestand vlue.tographs and diagrams, in two
colors, and written entirely in He-
brew. We understand the same
When a man knows he is right company has published a similar
t matters not what others think. booklet in Arabic.

When Cw i !krrme h, After describing the products of
Whentwobankrs eet heythe company and reasons for, as
immediately begin to compare well as proper methods of employ-
lotes. ment, the pamphlet ends with a
I I g~lossary of Hebrew words and
Success comes to most people their English equivalents. Jewish
,y the inch and disappointment chauffeurs at present generally
,y the yard. :say "lubricatsia," for "lubrica-
S! r tion,' but hereafter they will
A student of human nature who more likely say "sicha," meaning
rnows his business never wastesy an "oiling." "Chassis" is a word
much time in: society, virtually adopted into the langu-
1 age, but it will likely be displaced
WhenBasaniosai "As1 1 by the more classical "sheled,"
ame up~anon th ack L'A h meive, meaning a "skeleton." "Worm-
Whree Ipo than myk h mat i drive" is literally translated into
om~ee." a agmy~t my Ir'nehiga-helsonit."' Other phrases,
like "upper and lower spring
Th shackles bolts," and "brake clim-
r oe ever ds largest manufactur- shaft bearing~s" are equivalently
week dfceadg but has bn two set over into the ancient Jewish
ng n hs prod, u our soe is march- language which had originally no
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H~ow many of our Jewish lead-
ers, (communal workers, leaders
both socially and spiritually are
there today in Miami who can
"1SEE?" How many depend on
their minds to. guide their courses
through the sea called "Miami
Jewis~h Life?" How many of
thedm merely see, without really
lseeing "
Life, even in a community, as
well asthat of the individual
travels in cycles, and once having
traversed the course, again be-
Igins it anew. Today the cycle of
'Rabbis" is. once. again before us.
In Miami we have had the spec-
tacle ,in recent weeks of charges
:and counter charges being hurled
tfo r fa andbackhaerod ains a
jabis ~o ~t ,isth th et Jw
:Once gien biic er ngs, recs inl
!tions, scanmdals are ,having their
gorgeous test. Suits in Court
talks on the.Radio all lend thei/
ihelp toads c ti n the mds
'of the G t iles, n e en oeur onwn
.Jeive, what? Certainly not a feel-
.ing olot.respect for our people, the
~people of the Bible. On the con-
!trary it is ucgsing a feeling of
.revulsion, towards everything that
evenn bears the remotest resem-
Iblance tdwards things Jewish.
On the'Bea~ch ive have been
'treated to a spectacle that even
the Romans in their grandest days
Could not have conjured up for
spectacular effects. We have
:charges and counter charges
against Rabbis. Stories that make
:the mind revolt, all paraded for
.the delectation of men, women and
childrene, as a public spectacle;
Seven, as 'a gladioctorial combat.
Are~ the officers of this congre-
gpation blind ? Can they not see
:that such spectacles can do noth-
ing but harm ? Do they not real-
hze that matters of this kind should
not be paraded in public ? What
respect for their own Synagogue
do they expect to create in the
minds, of ourr. yonth7
And pray, good friends, what
manner 'and kind of spiritual
guides and leaders of Israel need
be brought ~here feprom foeign lands
to help, stage such spectacles ?
Are wee phd7nf po we see, and
yet not see what is before our

veet'hTi dncei agails, see, not mere.
.ly: with our eyes but with our
minds and 'Jewish conselences as


well. Let us once again respect
those whom we have chosen as
our guides and leaders, so' long
as they occupy that exalted posi-
tion. If we have things to air
or charges to hear let them be
heard in private. Let not the
world scoff and ridicule us.
Let the name of Rabbi once
again, in Miami, bring the respect
that it deserves, the respect due
a leader in Israel. Let not "Rabbi'
be a synonym for "target," a
mark for venom.
Once again Let us see!


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r~ltcr ftrffl~Qa Flr~nRTn'lb.N


By BRUCE BARTON

THE FORGOTTEN VIRTUES

Some years ago a chicken thief
committed a series of robberies
on big estates outside New York.
He got away with some very
fancy stock.
Finall)E -one of the gentleman
farmers, whom we shall call Van
Norton, hired a private detective
ani caught the Nmiscer cub
Sting in a New o cu
few nights later, Van Norton re-
ceived the congratulations of his
neighbors. "You did a fine thing,"
they said. "Now we hope you'll
send the rascal over the road for
a good long stretch. d n

over rdo oad a Vmn No n ask-
ed.
"LWhy, prosecute him. Send him
to jail."
"Prosecute him ? I don't intend
to prosecute him."
They were incredulous. "Surely
you're going to see that he is
punished for all the loss and worrY
he has caused us."
"Just a minute," Van Norton
responded quietly. "Suppose I do
prosecute him. Suppose i get a
conviction and a jail sentence.
What will happen ? Ten years
from now my name will be men
tioned in a gathering such as this,
and somebody will .say vaguely,
'Van Norton ? Van Norton ? Inet's
see. Wasn't he mixed up in some
chicken stealing business a little
while agot"
It is a curious fact of he an
nature that we forget the best in
our fellow -men, while a single
stain of scandiftings to our maem-
ories forever. ilnd
A very wise and good fie
of mine had a motto. Said e
"Every man has a right to b
judged by hbis :best." r~j
Will some psychologistexli
why it is so hard for wtO t
member the best? h
And so easy1 to remember .b
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i o Rarh -h Rabbi Louis Aaronson represenit-
ing the Slobodka Y'eshiva spoke?
As we go to press the benefit Iduring the services at Bnai Israel
card party of the Beth David Sis- Congregation last Friday night
terhood for its Talmud Torah and Saturday morning, and at the
Chain Fund scheduled for March Bris of the young son of Mr. and
6, has been changed to Sunday Mrs. Horowitz. Quite a large
evening, March 13, to avoid con- sum was realized for his institu-
:I flict with a number of'other af- tion.
fairs being held the same day. ----


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Paste Five


Acting as hostesses for the eve-
ning will be Mesdames Louis Wein-
kle, Carl Weinkle, Rebecca Yunis


More than fifty guests attended
the bris of the seven months son
of Mr. and Mrs. H. Horowitz last
week. The circumcision was per-
Iformed by Rabbi Lazarus Lehrer I
!in the presence of several phy-
8101888.

Tuesday night the Ladies' Aux:-
iliary had a very well attendt1
meeting and listened to an ad-
dress by Dr. S. Y. Lunin. Impor-
tant business was transacted and
plans for the work of the organ-
ization were acted on.

Rabbi Falk of Cincinnati was a
guest in St. Petersburg last week
and addressed a number of the lo-
cal residents with the view of
forming a Reform Jewish Congre-
gaation here.

Rabbi Adolph Berger of Tampa
was a guest here last week and
visited a number of friends inl-
cluding Mr. and Mrs. Witner, Mr.
and Mrs. Alex Hecht, Mr. and Mrs.
Max Davis.

Dr. Poley of Jacksonville was
the guest of Rabbi and Mrs. L. Le-
hrer last week.

Mrs. Cohen who was a patient
at the local hospital and under-
went a serious operation is now
convalescing at her home here.
She is an active worker in local
communal affairs.

At the Friday night services
Rabbi Lehrer will preach on "Thle
Scholar, Fellow Man. and Teach-
er." the choir will aid in the sing-
ing of hymns. A social hour will
follow.

Mr. and Mrs. Pie and Mr. and
Mrs. Cohen of Jacksonville were
the guests of Dr. Lunin last Sun-
day.


and Wolf Cohen. Prizes will L! I
given for high scores and refresh-
ments will be served.
*
Mr. Mendel Scheinberg will re-
turn early next week from a bud- -
iness trip to New York City.
i* *
Miami Beach Jewish Social Set
entertained a large number of
Rabbi Lazarus Axlerod, whose guests last Thursday night at :ts
engagement to Miss Esther Levy weekly dance at the Miami Beach
of Toronto, Can., was announced Country lub. Kinig Levinsky the
this week. boxer, d the members of the
victorious Young Men's Club Bas-
Mrs Edar Jaobsadresedketball tem were the guests ,f
honor.
a large audience of over 350 peo-l *
p'!e at the Beth Jacob Congrega- ,.Last Sunday the Schule com-
tion during their Friday night mittee of the Workmen's Circle
services. Rev. Masialansky also was host to the children attend-
spoke. The subject was Zionism ing the Arbeiter Ring Yiddish
and Why. school, and the women of its Wo-
men's Club at a picnic held in the
Jacob Friedman the five yearly Deauville Casino, Miami Beach.
old son of Mr. and Edward Fried- Games were played, swimming
man died suddenly Wednesday contests and other athletic events
:fternoon as the result of an acute were staged, and refreshments of
illness. He had been sick but one all kinds were furnished to the
ay. Mr. E. Gordon officiated at guests by the committee. Mr. M.
the services in the Beth David Silverman is chairman of the com-
Eection of the City Cemetery, in mittee in charge of the School.
the presence of the members of Ic '
the family, numerous friends and Next Sunday evening the met-
representatives of Emunah Chap- bes.fteMai ec eihI
ter of which Mrs. Friedman is an social set will entertain at a pi'--
active member. nic and Beach party at the Beach.
A number of novel events have
been scheduled for this affair. Mr.
Mr. Murray Yunis is in Boston, Irving Davidson is president of

ex 2cedn ao beus s ithendit this organization.
shortly. -----

Wednesday night the Friend- JAss CKrONVILL AWike n
ship League entertained at a spe. iB(rroteAnenlJ
cial dance with Jack Lapin render-i Missadsh atke rpnthed conerence.
idng a number of songs. Next Mon. ior Weinle sa cairano the cofrne
day evening its Board of Gover Miss Wenl sc aimmite of the
nors will hold -a meeting at the membership cmiteo h
home of Miss Dorothy K~arp, 1530 Southern Regional and was hon-
S. W. 2nd St., and all members ored when elected Bic kre air-n o

da v ni altl mdmbr sade tr- mnr ife J wih National Fund
ed to attend and account for the- of her unit.


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president and manager of Tropical Park, and
has family.


Frank J. Bruen,


tainment sponsored by Beth Israel
Congregation at the Elks club
last Sunday night was attended
by a large number of guests.
Prizes for best fancy costume
was won by Mrs. O. P. Gruner and
Sam Goldstein; second prize t~o
Mrs. Carl N. Herman. Dave Tis-
nower and Mrs. Charles Albert
won the prize for the most orig-
inal costume. The committee in
charge received much commenda-
tion for the very creditable affair.

A jo~nt meeting of Congregar-
tion Beth El and its Sisterhood
Swas held at the Community House
Last Tuesday night when Mr. Mar-
itin Dubbin, chairman of the ba-
zaar recently held rendered a re-
port. Other matters of importance
was discussed.
** *
Beth El Sisterhood sponsored a
card party at the Community
House Wednesday night with Mrs.
Sam Berner as hostess. Prizes
wase awarded for high scores and


aet Beth El Congregation begin at
8 p. m. with Rabbi Alexander S.
Kleinfeld preaching. Saturday
morning services begin at 9:30 the
public is invited to attend.
**
Friday evening services at Tem.
ple Beth Israel will begin at 8:15
with Dr. Carl N. Herman officia- j
ting and preaching the sermon.
a a ,
Frank Kleinfeld the son of Rab-
bi Alexander S. Kleinfeld was the
winner in the declamation contest
between representatives of High
Schools from Dade, Broward, Palm
Beach and Monroe Counties in a
competition held at the Miami
Senior High School last week.
Young Kleinfeld will now be per
mitted to compete in the state con-
te t. ..

Beth Israel Sisterhood is spon-
soring a card party at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Gruner,


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tions received, was one 'from
Joseph Manischewitz, of the Cin-
cinnati plant, who predicted a
bright future for the new plant.
Conducting the many guests
among whom were included repre-
sentatives of the Jewish and Eng.
lish press as well as prominent
Rabbis, on a tour of inspection
through the plant, Mr. Max Man- i
ischewitz explained the modern
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Friday, February 28,

Rabbi Israel Rosenberg
of the Union of Orthro o~~
and Rabbi Me IBosein xb I
voked a kindly hrveate in, F
welfare of the proidnce for~ri
Manischewitz eoopkaen 8t. th
tertainment of thedmn
and greeted many of his friepd

YOUNG ISRAEL MEETS
An important meeting of q(
SIsrael was held at Louis Speo
home and plans for a Purim
were acted on.


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Club, many of the members b e
Jewish. I'm not quite sure, bu
just judged by the names. Miriam
Scheinberg was elected sergeant-
at-arms. In other words official
buncery fooI ecleaner,r Indy u h

harmisess.) Miriam was also pres-
ident of the old Dramatics Club.
Miami High has a very good
chance for the Basket ball ratmg*
The assistant managers are:
Billy Homa and Anson Dreisen-
Both boys 'tho rather short In
stature are keen in mind and have
be ute bus since they entered
T en io plenty of the unkind work
Yn emt ieia they al-
and seemba k nfo mreasLet's give

t w tht7 peardau ns are being
made for baseball and track, many
candb b sble, Sde uR senthal
was appointed manager of the
teamtrack, Ed Leven, winner of
last year's pole vaulting contest
has come out again for this com-
petition. Here's luck, Ed!
Sylvia Leibovitt was the only
Jewish student from Miami High
in the County academic contest.
Sylvia was entered in Algebra.
The results have not as yet been
recorded.
thit ol word( uothose who ie
been told by some that they look
with interest for this publication.)
Please don't harp on this sub-
ject. (0. K. Joe?))

MODERN PLANT OPENS
(continued from Page one
in all walks of life. Warm con-
gratulations from Governor Moose
and Mayer Hague of Jersey City
were heard as well as from the
many others who were present.
Mr. J. U. Manischewitz the presi-
dent extended a cordial we ome to
all visitors, and invite M~ey!r
Manischewitz to press the button
starting operations of e factory.
Among the enthusiastic felicita-


A DOG GETS HI[S CHANCE
"C'1Mon Silver Skates, hop in
there with D~emitt Raby and Ruby
Taylor. We've got to get goin'

G.R.uMicell s ete t en Irc doos
and turned to lock his kennel door
a familiar sight met his eyes.
Back there in a small kennel with
it's floor covered with clean straw
a pair of bright canine eyes star-
ed at him beseechingly. The thud
of a tail pounding on the floor
could be heard. A series of short
whines, almost human in the in-
tensity of their appeal. Slowly
Mr. Mitchell closed and locked the
door to the big kennel.
mThe otog Iden ferkmha been
to the Miami Beach kennel club
without a word being said between
driver and owner when Mr. Mitch-
ell broke the silence in a low and
trembling voice, "Mac, I can't
stand having Burning Daylight


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EbAROUND THE CAMPUS h
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I -
Eb By Milton A. Friedman C

Hello, folks! Is everybody happy ?
Well, the wrestling and boxing
teams came back from the trip
with a batting average of .500.
The boxers lost three matches and
the wrestlers won all theirs. This
doesn't, however, take away any
honors from Stan 'Phillips~f the
lone Jewish boxer. Just as I
guessed last week, he won his la4t
fight, which gives him a standing
dftwo wins and one defeat. Not
As for the wrestlers, Kurtson
and Reichgott came through with
perfect records. Jerry Cohen lost
a heart-breaking match at F~.
Benning by the small margin of
85 seconds after two over time
periods.
I asked some of the boys if any
funny incidents occurred during
the trip. The answer was that
they knew of nothing especially
funny having happened. However,
I gleaned this bit of information.
Before the Parris Island meet,
the Marine heavyweight wrestler
approached ortocoacht adi akd

spin (twirling an opponent in th*>
air and then usually throwing hint
out of the ring.)
This wrestler was a professional
and so wanted to use this means
of ruining our man. Imagine his
embarrassment when our wrest-
ler applied that same hold on him
and put him out of commission.
Saturday afternoon a very
amusing thing' happened when we
debated Rollins College team over
the radio. Ordinarily the speak-
er's mouth is very near the micro-
phone. However, there is any'in-
strument which shows how near
or far the speaker should stald
from the' "mike", or how soft he
should speak. One of the Rollins
debaters who has a love for ges-
turing got up to speak. He be-
came so enthused in his subject
that he began to shout at the
"mike," make faces at it and~
brandish his arms. So excited did
be get, before long he was
standing about two yards from the
"mike" and was absolutely roar-
[ng. The instruments in the con-
;rol room began to quiver and the
needles went from one extreme to
the other. The operator began to
:uss and ended up by turning off
nost of the instruments. The
speakerr finally got through ald
hen innocently smiled at the peo-
,le around him. Ignorance cer-
ainly is bliss to some folks.
I can't write any more now be-
ause P'm getting ready to go ?o
,he U. of Florida---U. of Miami
>oxing and wrestling meet tonight
[Tuesday). P'lllet you know the
-esults next week.
Thank you. Until next week at
;his same time, thank you.


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begging me that way every time
I leave for the races. P've made
up my mind to school him agail.
I can't deny him his pleasure of
racing once again, so F'm going to
school him, and if his toe is al-
right--welly--we'll see."
Last week Burning Daylight
schooled. He ran his race like
the old master he is in 22 4-5 sec-
onds, leaving behind a pack of
seven gasping greyhounds. Folks,
that was the happiest moment in
the whole life of one of the best
greyhounds that ever faced a bar-


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rier.
Six years ago a brindle white
I son was born to Billy Steam and
SRambling May. He was named
Burning Daylight. Two years lat-
er at Peoria, Ill., he ran his first
race. No first or second program
event for him, nosiree! Started
in the feature fifth race! And to
i this day has never had to run in
competition below the fifth race.
Burning Daylight developed into
one of the toughest, speediest, and
fastest breaking racers that ever
dug a nail into the turf. He beat
the best of them. At the Beach
last year he~ kicked dirt into the
noses of Royal Palm, Harlerto,
Master Kildare, Hot Box, and a
host of other outstanding stars.
Last summer while chasing a
live rabbit he broke a toe. His
owner felt that such a grand old
;i campaigner that had won purse
after purse for him was entitled
to spend the rest of his days in
comfort and rest. He brought the
speedster all the way to Florida
1 this season just to be certain that
he got the proper care.
SBut Burning Daylight loves to
race. It was born in him. And
day after day when he was left
in his kennel and he knew where
his kennel mates were going his
eyes were turned to his master
unmistakingly appealing, "Is it my
turn now?"
Burning Daylight has schooled.
He won his race by a mile. Folks,
when you go to the Miami Beach
kennel club next time, scan your
program and see if Burning Day-
light is an entry. And if he is-
remember--that there's a grey-
hound that's on the come-back
trial---out to give his utmost-
out to prove to his adored master
that he's still king of the Mitch-
ell kennel.
This Friday night "Burning
Daylight" is getting his chance
and what a~ race that's going to


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cb Doings At Miami High

cb By Bettye

Hot dogs, tangerines, and strar-
berries (or any kind of herr~ you
like.) I have actually been able
to get down or rather perch, "bird-
like," on a stump to write this
article without having to say that
there was no news.
Here I go apologizing again,
but honestly I am sorry to have
caused such confusion among some
people. In fact, I can think ,f
several who refuse to dance with
me for fear of my commenting on
their style .. or maybe 'm
wrong.
In that .newly Formed Dramatics


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