The Jewish Floridian


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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 4, 1932
Publication Date:


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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami


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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Vol. V.--No. VII.


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they want to know, played in the real Jewish inimitable manner by the Jew-
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s AVerted

As published exclusively in the
'ewish Floridian several weeks
,go, a through investigation of
be sale of sacramental wines in
he Greater Miami district and the
bases that have grown up mn con-
ection with it, has been under
ray for the past month.
The climax was reached last
hursday with the arrival in Mi-
mi of Mr. O. D. Jackson, of New
irleans, La., Federal Prohibition
itector for the Fifth region, and
a staff of investigators. Repre-
statives of Miami's three Syna-
>gues, Beth David, Beth Jacob
Id. Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
egations were summoned. A

ITestimonial Dinner

To Be Held Monday

A number of Miami's Jewish
lawyers and citizens will be inl
charge of a testimonial dinner
next Monday evening, March 7, at
the Helene Hotel, Miami Beachl,
honoring Judge Julian W. Mack
of the United States Circuit Court
of Appeals who will arrive in Mi-
ami next Sunday.
Judge Mack is one of the out-
standing jurists of this Country
and for a number of years during
his incumbency as Judge of the
Circuit Court of Cook County, Ill-
inois, was professor of law and
Northwestern and Chicago Univer-
sities. In 1911 he became Federal
Jude is one of the most active
Zionists in the world, was presi-
dent of the Zionist Organization
of America and is now honorary
president of the organization. He
is an active associate of Justice
Louis D. Drandeis of the United
States Supreme Court in his Zion-
!ist work.
At the present time he is one of
the overseers of Harvard Univer-
Philip Liberman, prominent
banker is honorary chairman of
the committee in charge of sr-

r skth iny stigation reveal
d drunk in local Jewish restau- *
nts and hotels in violation of 8811glOllS FOFilm ReROWned Cantor Pomp to
Th t ts had
e bd no ed t
o Will Be Held T Si S d Rabb

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, Toronto will
great pomp a
e mony next Tu
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eIami Beach w


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Rabbi Lazar
Beth Jacob


i's Wedding

ge of Rabbi Lazarus
:iss Esther Levy *f
be solemnized amid
nd traditional cere-
lesday, March 8, at
b Congregation, Mi-
here the groom is

base wines from the local Syna-
agues in direct violation of the Sunday evening, March 13, Tem- Probably ranked as the leading~
agultios. Nmeshad eendu-ple Israel will be the scene of a Cantor of Jewish history and the
lictedon ist ofthevarousunique event in local annals when ranking cantor of the present' day
engregations and other violations a religious forum will be presented the renowned Joseph Rosenblat'
rd been permitted during the past covering the Jewish and Christian known and fam us throughout th
!veral years. aspects of their respective faiths, entire world wIl appear in person
In an exclusive interview grant- Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan of at the Biscayne Plaza Theatr~
Sto the representative of the Temple Israel will speak on "Jud- next Sunday, March 6, at 2, 7 and
!wish Floridian, Mr. Jackson said, aism and Beyond", and Rev. Don 93 o'clock as an added feature in
t is my desire and that of the Henshaw of the Coral Gables Con- addition to the picture "After To
wohibition enforcement officials ,
at each and every Jew entitled
sacrmentl wie reeivehisCantor Rosenblatt who has been
lw ance E accor din u to the er i 1 ua ce

led to receive not more than one has also been applauded for his
11on per year, and no matter, jit splendid tenor voice and the re-
w many adults there are in amakbeueoaflstovce
mily, no more than five gallons in his renditions, was brought here
11 be allotted to any one family for the benefit of the Beth Jacoi
ring the year. We will hold Cogeaio fMam ec.
?ry president of your Synago-
es personally responsible for, Cantor Rcosenblatt appeared in :
7 vilatin o thereglatinsnumber of Yiddish talkies and on
matter whether or not he isthEnlhsaeadivraby
sonally in charge. It is thedewco s.Toeeirn
attend~~~~~~ ar re oprhs hi
y of the head of the organiza-atedreugdoprcsehi
n toseetha thelawis n-Jtickets from members of the com-
ced~o eifts ila wmittee as soon as possible. He
will appear only Sunday and will
forced to stand the penalties~ ~~ ~d~~~ si then return to New York.
ly recognized congregations will
allowed the distribution and ,rpc lP r
idling of sacramental wines. T~ xa a k
ly members and bona-fide wor- ~:~~:~~i
ppers of your Synagogues resi- rpa Draws Crowds
t in this district may receive
:es. Tourists are not entitled Rabbi Br. Jacob H. Kaplan of -
wine. Any sale of wine made 1 With the opening of Tropical
touist isin ioltio ofthe Temrple Israel, who will pre- jPark, last Monday, Frank Bruen
and will be severely. punished. sent the Jewish view in the lits genial general matnag~er and
rists may requistion ~their winl! Forum at Temple Israel on president is apparently on his wva
n their own Synagogues where- March 13th. to justify the prediction that both
'their homes may be."' M~iamians and tourists appreciate
We have instructed the offi- atoa hrhwl pa nhis faith in them. The opening
ofGratr imisyaggusgreg-toa *hrc wil "a Fol and succeeding days have witness-
'of rea~r iam syagouea"Christianity and Beyond." F- ed huge crowds and liberal bettmng
prepare correct and accurate lowing the addresses an open giving Frank the break he needs
oftheir members and wor- fou ilb odce n n-to help make up the losses sus'
pers Ifany name appe rson oneithauine ayprc- tained by him and his associates
iote o w cngregatos 11 nth uiec pati- in the early meet.
r tten statement must be ob- pate.. The main speakers wil not The track is now in excellent
ch from such a man as to debate but will present an exposi- shape and many splendid horses
in co wnregation edeiet tion' of their respective views. are racing` daily to give the fans
is wie frm. Suggest The public is urged to attend just the~ thrills and class of rac-
estly, that in order to obviate n diso ilb ny$.0 igte r xetn rmcak
'er trouble, that a committee spinthers and eethoroghbreds crc
ROrepresentatives from each --------- Therac swtintr n easy distance
gogue be formed, to be known( involved the names of inany of ofthe ceteraci othie iy dsand eve
eco-ordination committee* Miami's most prominent Jews. Mr fclt oisrtecneine
this committee check all lists Jackson declared that he would of lthe ptro ns in the spacious c
ce ify them to me. If such overlook the violations of the a gradtn and beautiful club-
rcedtee is not named I shall ulations in the past becagsh;~~ as enprvdd yte
'checkt isv risy own inspec- thought greatly o the te n m eo management.
any further prmits ior thelb e tarni ed with any Federal Snce Monday the elubhousie has
of as been the mecca for many notables
ofwine locally." prosecutions. 1 ekp of this country and abroad and
e arrival of Mlr. Jackrson in A close supervision wil of leineso oitymyb en
distrlet sadshisr very liberral on the sale and distia in of a ric tere daily oenjo `myin he ki eng
extremelyy fair attitude avoid. sterraienetal wiines mn tl~ aitr~ sports di ejyn h n
scandal which would h-ave from now on.

TIhe ceremony will be performed, rangements and he is being active-
at 5 o'clock under a canopy to b~e ly assisted by D. J. Apte and
Harry Simonhoff active co-chair-

me hers who will be guests of
hono include itnhos associated with

among whom will be Rev. Z. H.
Maslinsky, Cantor Joseph Rosenl-
blatt, David W. Simons of Detroit
and others.
Reservations for this banqu;t
which will be limited because of
Sthe large number of-those who
Shave evidenced their desire to at-
tend may be made through the
hotel or from any of the commit.


Hotel Operator

Sued for $10 000

Suit for alleged slander was
filed in Circuit Court last Monday
claiming $10,000 damages by
Harry Masser, operator of the
London Arms Apartments against
B. Silverman, owner and operator
of the Ocean View Inn both of
Miami Beach.
In an interview with Mr. Masser
he declared that Silverman had
made a number of statements in
which the London Arms Hotel din-
ing room was not kosher. Mr.
Masser says he has been under the
supervision of the Beth Jacob
Kashrus Committee and that Rab-
bi L.' Axelrod and Cantor Boris
Schlachman of the Beth Jacob
Congregation had inspected his
place daily since its opening. Mr.
Abe Aronowitz is the attorney for
the plaintiff.

Dr. David Paley.
'Mr Har I. Li ton will h
matrro of h nor, Miss Helen Yune
maid of honor Mis Thelma Man
nheim of T rontjo, Can. a dn
B~usehie Stone of Toront Can,
Miss -Edith Rogow of New York,
Miss Asfnita Silve~rmian and Miss
ithrel MintabrF both of Miami;
Beach, will be the bridesmaide,.;.
Th~eafifair promlises to be one~
'to be condulcted along lines worthy
of real Jewlah tradition as betits
the marriage of a leader -in Israsl..

nus Axelrod of
ri Beach.

Decorated with flowers and palms,
in the beautiful court adjoining
the synagogue on Washington St.
Rabbi Ch. J. L. Auerbach of Pales.
tine who has known the groom for
many years especially during his
student days in Palestine will of-
ficiate and will be assisted by
Rev. Z. H. Masliansky, Cantor
Joseph Rosenblatt of New York
and Cantor Boris Schlachman of
the Beth Jacob Congregation.
Following the ceremony more
than one hundred and sixty guests
will attend a dinner given by the
bride's parents at the Sea Breeze
Hotel, Miami Beach immediately
after the ceremony. At 9:30 o'clock
a reception and dance to which
the entire community is invited
will follow at the same hotel.
Mr. Obadiah Grossman of Pales-
tine wi~ll be master of ceremoniies,
Harry I. Lipton president of 'the
Synagogue will be best man.
Groomsmen will be Irving David-
son of Miami Beach, James Kap-
lan -of Toronto, Can., Murray
Grossmarn, Joseph M. ;Liption -ad

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Rabbi and Christian minister will
.iths, on March 13th.

Bernard C. Fuchs 133 3rd St.,
north, winner of a $5 prize in a
Junior High school insurance con-
test sent half of it to Mayor
Adams for the unemployment te.
lief fund.
1%aster Fuchs recited the tradi-

ionhatl's sedr is aat Bai Fsa~

All1 Expenses, Seeing More
at Less Cost.
Provided if Desired
McAllister Hotel Lobby
or at
4541 Collins Ave.,

Fou th St, Collins Ave.
Including Sheet and Towel
Season Rate Monthly Rate
Phone' 5-9447
John Morleighem, Manager

Ambulance Service
Phone 2-1234
1923 S. W. Eighth Street

AT 2 P. M.

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A ou~ trtn f h Jnlr il esld n rie .l beginning at 8 o'clock whenl Rabbi
A bord eetng f te Jnio wil b sevedandpries illbe S. Kileinfeld w\ill officiate andi
Hadaussah will be held next M~on- awarded for high scores. r
day evening, Ma~rch 7, at 8 p. m. preach. *i
at the homer of its President, The Junior Council of Jewish
Mliss Lena Wcinlkle, 2901 N. Wi. Women is making plans for a Regulre helid at eth lsaser we- i Av'e.. whenl important bus-~ memberships party by a committee
iness~ will be~ tra~nsacrted. 'of which M~iss B.e Sha is1 the wt D.Ca
+* S Herman ofticiating and preac~h-
c chairman. Plans will be annouunced ig
The Senior Ha~dassah held anr at the meeting of the Junior Coua- ing.*
imnporta~ nt meting of its Execu- cil which will be held Tuesday evet- Tecr at fBt sal aw s&ea
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ h tive Board at theh Paail ohrnig ach8 t alnhalb-
~~~~~~~ ti 1r i h ~ail Eohr ig lrh 1 t Iainhl e Sisterhood held Sunday night at .U.- c~Ia~~ .
re~staiurant last Friday afternoon ginning at 8 o clock. 1.
when1 Mlrs. E. Jacobs, national I the home of Mlr. and Mirs. O. P. i --
p'resxiden~t of Hadass~ah spoke on MrIs. 31ae T. Duo\novn. worthy/ Gruner was attended by more than T'emple Israel, where Jewish I
thewor ofthe organization. grand mantron of the G;rand Chap- seet uss rie eeaad represent ~their fa
lasfor coming affairs wer'e ter of Florida. Order Eastern Star idfrhg crsadIfeh
mad. ncudng hedaceandply ai hr otiia vsittoEmna zents were served. Songs. The Cantor's renditions
to be pre~sente~d Sunday, Mlarch Chapter last W~ednesaday night,l were batflyrcie n e
27. hen the one act play of M\rs. March 2. hen three hundred The regular monthly meeting of was asked to return shortly for i
J1. D,. Kirsch "The Awakening" members of the Order wepre pres~- Beth IsraelSitrodwshl another concert.
w\ill be presented. In charge of ent to pay their respects. After Tuesday night at the Temple whe~n -
important business was transac- i a nnonn~ IInnuman...nmenummoonlllllltltu' Illlllllil1( 1111 111(
ar1rangement~s for this affair are the close of the meeting. delicious te.ST. PETERSBURG NEWS
ledne 1. Kirsc~h. Maetl refres,~hme~nts wer'e served, during E
Zi n n 6.1B rinl e rle. H\rr y Webinbr e y whi h~ ti met 11r Bar~ne ~ K r itstThe local B *xi rte TLno g he l 1\ an tou ee 1 edrallo Intrrebs

alnd Mliss Roset M~ary~ Gersn. wa;s H~accmpanied at the piano hy Mndynih with Joe Lesser Itors to the Building Fund Bazaar
iss T. Predinger.
prtesiding. Important matters were now in progress here for the ben-
A regular mee~ttingc of the Jun. Thursday noon Mlrs. Donovan discussed anid plans for the futu;e efit of the Bnai Israel Building
ior Ha~dassah will be held at the and the officers of Emunah chapter* ciiiswr made. FEund. In charge of the Bazaar
hobert~~~~~~~~~~~~ ClyHtlMna.Mrhwr h usso isBrh ,are Jacob Fuchs, Mrs. Weisman,
141. when1 a splenIdid programs .of -Alendelson, w-olrthy matronr of the A1d aryHniMs.HniMx
ntertt1ta\imnenr t will ~t pre~snted~~. lodge at at bridgey luncheon in the Bei I-ummlat sage r s usnyrda b3 Ctrype nn, iMrs. Stl a Golber, Mrsx /
Al mmyr reuge o ten.Corl GbesGl adCnr at Clematis and the Railroad net H. Jacobs, Harry Herman. The
teTaineds? te saenp part at the organization a considerable Bazaar is at 662 Central ve. an:
Senir Hdassh rquess ll ainuet i the Hotel parme tt :um towards the mortgage fund. is open every evening.
thoset holdinp ticketsr or c~ash for baFu~ nteHtl~~nr-.
rthe recent Senior-Junior Ha~das- 1-'olow\ing the banquet they- at- v eua rdyeeigad
sah aIffair to pl~ase accounts for tndametn fte imi r.Sch adMs Zl Saturday morning services are
them immediately to M1rs. Milton Ika ~h chapter as the guests of ah- s mo fer and sliser. of hedheewthmn tuitsa.
H eier.unce o Mr. Hemanlef bymo-tending. At the Friday night ser- I
Mis she Lv o Trnt.Btith Da\-id S st hooi vtiln hol~ i '" Iomht- morning t rtrn nto \c Stuhenelmmber~s of the Religw u
2\an., the bielcth of~ l Rab Lz the formi of a luncheon next Wed-- spending sometime here as the and sing the hymns and traci-
n-.1xam nw giett 111) nesd noonl. March 9~, in the Beth Iguest of Dr. and MIrs. Carl N. ionald mneloches.reAl riz ts dpr"
Jacobt BeckE~tr. Mrs. Franlk Bec~ket Dai amdTrhadtru emn to these services who are mem-
an isEih oo tte with .11rs.l J nglettnr as the hos- -n~d eih efr bers of either the Religious or
Bec~rk r h~rm \Iia~mi Be j m b irgli i 1 h reahe nited Jewishdel chshl Sunday school of the congregation.

a\ buffelt luncheon~ was~ served. The cok l ebr r re o w gl t i l Rabbi MfaYer Freed of N'ew York ~
guet;~ of honor was the recipitent Wednesday night 'when a report representing the Rabbi Isaac El.
of mnany~ beautiful gifts. ''"o h eetCaiyBl a chanan Y'eshiva was a guest here
Begpinn~ing next Tuesday th rndee in the interest of his institution.
Las~t Thursday- knight Rabbi Alilied Jewish Campyaign for the i re aed
La~zarus Axelrodi anld his tiauncee. Joint Distribution committee and~ A very enjoyable concert wats T~iPlans for the Synagogue to be
Missz Esthe~r Levy~ were the guests the Palestine Fund w\ill start a given last w-eek with Cantor Jos- built for Bnai Israel Congrega-
\lt honor at the dancet of the JIi- ystematnic house to house canvas epnh Friedman as the guest artist tion provide for quarters for a
ami eachJewsh scialsetin araie th goa of$5.00 s t byat the Community House. He ren-: Friendly Inn, the need of which
the iam Bech Cunty Cub. he atinal ftiersfor he i- ered a number of liturgical selec- has been very apparent during the
Dancingy was enjoyed and all form!- am itr.tio~n, operatic numbers andi folk present season.
ed into a greeting line to extend 11'ith the promised co-operation
l~icitatiixa~ io the c~ouple wh are efevery local Jewish organization fOTTYTY~~~-('

t hat the goal can! be raised if eve-

nos~ rh au \wi 7thi te ti ouad n f JOWIilb 7 Oldian Rario
Jte-~ v\efr Burate the meld ews~ in ier ditrs oin aEas en STATION WQAM EVERY SUNDAY, ~
ts~ President, Mrs. Si Mlende son,: the Palestine situation such as to SPNOE N SPOTDB
rtbig zh ~ith f birthday of t~e dm sd tever Fthsi~ msisita The Jewish Floridian and the Follow
nort wvas read of the w-ork acco~m- that everyv Jewi w-ho reads either
plished by the organization whiich the Jew-ish or English newspapers JOE REISMAN, INC.
shoedtht an nedyfailesreadily realize the necessity folr STRICTLY KOSHER PROGRAM
had been given clothing collected helpY. Everyv one here is urged to
by the auxiliary: that It hadl help- gi ve his contribution so that the i Meats and Poultry
ed in the Community Chest Drive, apelmyoc gi euti 166 N. W. 5th St. Ph. 8-2270
and that active aid had been given establishing~ the prestige that M\i-R
in the Jewish Wielfare Bureau an- ami n-eeds in this country. PaailTi 9cr ilpe
nuall Ball held last Sunday. Be- CRetWl r.
c~ause~ of t~he fact that insufficient If money really talked what ai Kosher Restaurant sent Jewish folk songs, D
funds to complete the nec~essaryS plenic w-omen would have as bank 'Ch~ere Kashrus and
work of the Jewi~sh Welfare Bu- lerks. Delicious Foods Unite popular hits of the da,
reau have been raised. the ~Ladies I i 265 N. E. 2nd St
Aux-iliary will stage a number of J(any a honeymoon has termi-*1
events this season to provide the nalted wEith the bride's fisrt requtesta
deficit. The fust affair is to be for mtoney
an afternoon bridge on Friday,f i r And Jewish Dance Music
MIarch 11, at which Mfesdames H. Is there anything so wretchted
E. Keima andB. ei~nkle will asL to look at a man of fine ability y

be the hos~tesses. Refreshmen's doing nothing'

1s stores, Greater Yriai M. Wd~ESSOJ, Prop,
Amer~ines I.commea a akL;S: asq stoes reter Ne Yrk PANT OBER UnderUl th edership of
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Friday, March q, 1932

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land daughter, Shirley Rose, are
w-inter guests at the LeVeeda
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334 N. & Second Avenue


The B1Ers nHnot Prlating
At Reasonabl Prices
Phone .3261. 197 8. Miamli Ave.

MIrs. Norma Kinder and Mliss
Ethel Ettwfein of Philadelphia are
stayi g at the Jefferson apart-
me .

E. Max GoldsEtein formerly of
Aronow-itz & Goldstein is now in
Shis new offices in the Seybold
building, the firm of Aronowitz
&~ Goldstein having dissolved as of I
March 1.

Jewfish authors and composers
willt Ce eiused bat th meeting
Friday at the home of Mlrs. Henry
E.~liams, 32 rysta court,
gessl~aura Goldstein will have

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FOR SALE Established, good
going grocery store on Miami
Beach. Bargain.
4148 Collins Avenue




Reliable Dependable
Experienced Organized
And Trying To Maintain A L;viny
Wage Seale

Miami Federation

Of Musici8RS
LOUIS J. NET2"T, Secretary
Phon 2-3912


Honest, Coulrteouls Service.
N. W. 7th Ave, at 38th Street

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childricn Xd rde~ adaTnedodyan
Pittsburgh, are at the Fenimore
apartments. M~iami Beach. This is
their fifth w-inter here.

JMrs. M~artha Gurvitz and son,
Robert, of Brooklyn Heights, N.
Y~., are staying at the Pennsyl-
vania apartments, Mliami Beach.
Beth David Sisterhood will hold
one of its series of bridge parties
for the benefit of its Talmud Tor-
/ah Chain Fund on Sunday even~
ing, M~arch 13, at the Talmud
Torah auditorium, when Mesdames
Louis Weinkle, W'olf Cohen, Re`-
becca Yunis and Carl Weinkle will
be the hostesses. The public is
invited to attend. Refreshments
will be served and prizes will 'Jr
One of the prettiest affairs of
the season was the annual Charityv
Ball given by the Jew7ish Welfare
Bureau last Sunday night at the
Roof of the Columbus Hotel. Nightly
clubs of the district furnished


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Friday, March 4, 1932

Page Three

IET Silverstein and Mfiss Bea more than two hours entertain- Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Abrams of
Silverstein of Charleston, W5. Vs.; ment for those attending. Bernie Cleveland are winter guests it the
[Mrs. W. N. Silbert, of Petersburg, Mayerson's band furnished thne Penn Plaza apartments. They made
S.a.; Mlrs. H. RI. Klein of Cleve- dance music and at midnight a the trip down by automobile.
land; Mrs. H. H. Miller of Chi- delightful buffet supper was serv- *
for the enetimn f cago; M~rs. Albert Sonn of New /ed by the hotel management. In Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Zucker have
guets Drtin te lat tr~n Orleans; Mrs. B. Kofftoff, Mirs. charge of arrangements was a arrived from St. Louis and are
club was, ac~ntie inasthl ear the Bertha LevyS and Mfrs. A. Golden committee headed by Stanley C., guests at the Cocoanut apartments.
sponsored a number o affa of Baltimore~. My1ers. More than three hundred *
spanrt fted procesbein d dfai; res iidents and tourists were pres -! Dr. and Mrs. N. M. Freund and
to local charities T vt r.N olfadduheet children, Joan and Naney, are
tionnownumrsei htorganiza- Sara. of Erie, Pa., are staying at, winter visitors at the Granger
to o number s o erinteren e na the La Salle Hotel, M~iami Beaci.; Mr. M1. Rosen is ill at his home Arms apartments.
faibrso arer beersing plndfor th because of an attack of pleurisy.l *
eairs fure. ben anedfrt Spe~nding the winter in Mliami for the past ten days. Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Schafter
a ~Beach are Mfr. and Mlrs. D. Levil- adduheCnulo eh
TheSpaishclu oftheIda31off of Hollywfood, Calif., who are M Jr. and Mrs. Sam Tannenbaum lehem, Pa., are winter guests at
Fiher Haigh schol, direthe da b. at the Palmetto apartments. have as their guests M~rs. B. the Jefferson apartments.
Mrs. Mar P. W Pomerance, mother, and Mrs. E.
Ms ay P Iare, faculty spon- MIr. and M~rs. S. Levenson have Kent, sister, and W~ilma Eda Kenlt
sor, has announced the following taken an apartment at the Pris- her niece. Mr. and Mrs. M. Kalifnan of
staff of officers who will serve cil fo eea ots ew York are guests at the Foun-
for the present semester of the P XO ,IE Ir~S Kti snwr- tain apartments.
school year* 1s orsKokni o e
Ir. an Mfrs. Victor Kotpaid and~ covering at her home from in-
Bonneviere Tomlinson, president; daughter of Brojoklyn, N. Y., andl juries received during a fall ser- Mrsf. and Mrs. Louis Meisel of
Leonard Lustgarten, vice presi- Mlrs. B. J1. Selekman of Boston,i eral weeks ago. Bronx, N. Y., are among guests
dent; Joe Fretwell, secretary. Thet are guests at the Fenimore apart- registered at the Biltmore apalrt-
club has also chosen its editorial ments, M~iami Beach. M~r. and MIrs. W. Handelman of ments.
staff for its official organ, E~li -, a *~~lhn *rE *P nn~+ C

Plans for the second annu2
Itask and Civic Ball of the LaC
les' Auxiliary of the Miami Jev
ish Orthodox Congregation ca
for one of the outstanding affair
of the current season. The affa
will be held in the beautiful bal
room of the Woman's Club, 173
N. E. Bayshore Drive on Tuesda)
March 15, and in addition to th
dancing many of the local nigh
clubs have promised to provide en
tertainm~ent for the guests. Prize
will be awarded for mask costume
in observance o lurim w ich 1
the week following. In charge o
arrangements are Mrs. Chas. Tan
nenbaum, general chairman; Mr~
Sam Tannenbaum, program chair
man, and the following chairme:
of committees: Cakes, Mrs. Wm
Miechlowitz; novelties, Mrs. Harr:
Seitlin; candies and cigars, Mrs. N
Abramson; flowers, Mrs. G. Kot
kiin; sandwiches, Mrs. Nathal
Adelman; drinks, Mrs. Max Kup
ferstein; tickets at door, 1Messr
Kupferstein and Futterfass; trans
portation, Messrs. Mechlowitz
Seitlin, Drevich and Rappaport.

Temple Israel Sisterhood wil
hold a regular meeting of its mem
bership at Kaplan hall, Monday
March 7i, at 2:30 p. m., preceded
by a meeting of its board at 1:3(
Mrs. Henry D. ~Williams is ir
charge of the program to be pre
sented in which Jewish poetry
is to be featured. Those taking
part are Mrs. H. D. Williams, Mrs
I. Weinstein, Mrs. J. Williamson
Mrs. Alex Goldstein. Mrs. B. Raf~
will sing. A social hour will fol
low. All visiting Sisterhood mem
bers are cordially invited to at
Plans for three outstanding
events for Temple Israel Sister-
hood are now being formulated.
The first is to be the annual Pur-
im entertainment for the Sunday
school children in charge of Mrs-
Frank Perlman. The next is to
he a night club affair and the
third a public bridge at the Black-
stone Hotel. The latter two are
to be in charge of Mrs. Marvin
Bronner and Mrs. H. E. Kleiman.

Mr. and Mrs. Philip Liberman
of Miami Beach entertained last
Monday night at an informal gath-
ering in their home a whichh plans
for the AlliedgtPh C ~ipaign

a nex ~ ek were discussed. Mr
La erman~c is honorary chairman of
teS local committee. Several lib-
er dvoentionsa were made duria
during the campaign were given.
Among the guests attending were
h essrs. Wm. Taradash, Jacob
lIabian, Tobias Simon, Mr. and
Mrs. B. Noble, .Harry Simonhoff,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry I. Lipton, Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Rubin, Mr. 1Mor-
ei a.Rubin, ands Ra bi Ch. J. L.

The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion will be the hostesses at a
public bridge in the vestry rooms
of the Synagogue, 1545 S. W. 3rd i
St., next Tuesday evening, March
8, at 8 o'clock. The proceeds will
be used for the maintenance of its
Talu moah The ulci

ur d to atend as pr zes 1 l-b
tiven for high scores and r ifresh-
ments will be serve .

The A. Z. A. (Junior Bnai Brith)

na nann vensar danc cthe A

evening, M~arch 6. Plans provide
for the finest event of the season
with a number of novelty number s

- M~undito, a little newspaper pub-
n lished by the club, entirely in
- Spanish. The personnel includes:
s Editors-in-chief, Walter Hayes
- and Jerome Fleeman; assistant
;, editors, Elois Smith and Sophia
Besvinick; art editor, Joe Fret-
well; business manager, Bonne-
l viere Tomlinson.
-The Aloha Girl Reserves organ-
, ization, sponsored by M~iss Mlabel
d ITucker, faculty adviser, has chos-
0 en officers as follows: Alice MIac-
n Invale, first mate; Muriel Plum-
- mer, second mate; Faith Eisin-
rmayer, third mate; Evelyn Sch-
wartz, fourth mate.
.~* **
,Interest is being evinced in the
f announcement of the annual
-Spring dance to be given by the
-Junior Council of Jewish Women,
-March 13, in the Spanish Gard-
ens, atop the Alcazar roof. Mrs.
Edward Merlin is chairman of the
:party, and Mrs. J. Weinikoff is
publicity director.
.~* **
More than 200 women were pres-
ent at the benefit card party given
by the Council of Jewish Women
JFriday afternoon in the garden
of the Blackstone hotel, Miami
Beach. Mrs. Morris ~Rubin of
New York and Miami Beach, was
general chairman. The grand
prize wa a rdd rto Mrs. J. h s

sore awards were given to Mrs.
W. A. Levy, Brooklyn; Mrs. B.
Herman, New York; Mrs. A. Sei-
den, Mrs. M. Levy, Brooklyn; Mcrs.
A. B. Friedman, Bangor, Maine;

Mr.RFy CHsel ,s. Maon k! s
ser, Georgetown, Pa.; Mrs. .
Goldsherg, Chicago; Mrs. I. W2as-
maac sMrs e. Dre seneafd hMrs I
were served at the close of the

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ruin en
tertained a. group of friends at the
Spanish Gardens, Alcazar Hotee
last week. Present were Gorge

GAxl Frs Rosf Sain Mr n
Mrs FrdeickRFrank, receve a
Mr. and Mrs.' Irn rde, fered 1
ticket for an airp ane or the, bfest
by the manage enfloor. t bs
dance team on t for

Before returning to hr hm
in Baltimore Thursday, Mrs. W l;
liam D. Jacobson entertaineda le

Wededy asking her guests to
the Olympia Theatre. Roses ab
frdn adre h ceporn se ted
the guests;. Mrs. Jacobson spen

en baaa h bb s aise r
Isaac Levin.
Out-of-town guests included Mrs. i
R. Mandel of Long Island, Irs.l




grurvr ,~oJ ., F a pell~l
Spending the w-inter at the Tria- their honeymoon at the Lev'eed
non apartments. Miami Beach, are;: apartments.
JIr. and M~rs. A. Hiller of Philadel- *

-- Ira~ar~rsrt~s~sl-- ---------s-----lle Cbll I I I L I I r I

Friday, Ma~h q, 1932



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The Way of Life

Bklessed A~re The Cope~tent

e__c--ar.: New~ Yorkef r cal -

iJl2. He~ knew :~as I had
o_ r so-~ Ira years ago~ ar.

iti:r ~ .,. m c ga t.

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ime w sr i& xucsa i~rs
was rus asracs ours
xes LL s-chweenak Prrsan

si masse stM

one 7. f1- t. s:

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o rther articles otf hardware. It is
a theory of mine that a Welsb
!rarebit, taken on top of morsels
Like that will often cause pain.

Western humor, says an analyt
trends to the sardonic. For exam.
,ple, a junk collector's sign, erected
-s~cide a Dypnver grade crossing;
j"Go ahead. Wehll buyF the car."'

The Girl Cham says that if wye
Slivet longer nowadays, as the doc-
;tors claim, it must be because we
Spend r;o much time resting 1t
g~as stations.

SIf at premier of France has to
put on rubbersTg as he often must
at th~is season, it takes an extra
mirnute or so ti glet him out of

Not o~nly is ski-jumping a
healthful and exhilarating mode of
Itrav-el. btii there is that relative
abshence of hi~crh-l~hiker to be on-n

There are always a number of
bicentennials- we should be more
than gladf tor celebrate. but we can't
mention any; names because the
figures in~volved are still around.

A New Y-orker who once ran a
shoe lace up to $4tXM),~000 over-
night is reported again on his up-
plers. .n which case, fortunately,
he would s:Bi have the shoe lace.

Composite naitiona-1 platform Ior
:1932: M~ore Fede~ral building, big-
ger Navy. treief for all, cut in
taxes and a magician for Presi-

The National Puzzlers' League
/adjourned after a week in Newr
YIork; without so~lving the differ-
Sence between a Tammany jobhold-
er's savings and his salary.

A retired sto~rekeeper in WS1is-
cinsin has gone, back into busi-
ness at rthe age of 104. being un-
able to~ keep up! with the relentless
pace of modern hard loafing.
Vitamin A. sass- a scientist, has
a d~isftat o~dor of violets. Mlany
of our s-elf)~-sarig candidates, we
fea~r, are wedily: deficient in this
imp~ortant: vitanu

A Pent~sylvania farmer raise;
black wint tYrPhe~ size of ordinary'
base bds.~- Th~s isn contrast to
Le~fty- Grov~'s feat o~f throwing a
base ball :i0 tok like an ordinary
black wYInst~

Japa~nee! foxes~ at KIangwfan
are reperted tcF be sending out
pos:s2 on dU:T r- hEavy armor, but
with ::0 _p~reious expetnce at

soul. But: i: iftr resultsf ;z land-
ing, thet~ body- b: jiL

;XCs the hardest service and Pays

i ~~THE

:2c f worsLL wasam co,~ i Ri"

to~i twou of me baher sure iar~e
-~a wn:-. Thre Is no debt~~ ~

Kask-usT~ Co~~~,cr Fad T~ :e<.Ra A

Pt.L RI-=i a whe= vt:E :he d

-tl i; les a usr-~ ,tr :

mas:~i ze _ivi Nay.

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The~ open trail's inviting
y-a- I on g Ining for the newc;
T-lr rettled life is palling,
Andi I knrlw~ that I am throug~h.

Though bjJorom friends are
An~d they- be of me toJ stay,
Mr: rrIe~s lsa ill is urging-
An~d there it no other w-a-.

a :The rewer scenej are calling
sr.~ ~ : ther clni An L ~11= I d thoughqi lone~ly are the

,it~ i~s:-.r~ll TE say~ -t.:a: A pace of mind is wiaiting-
..~,Jr :r.yers.As MOnd in distant parts.

--- --;~. .Ame rica." writes Gertrude
B... Sin,-i. the poetess, in Creative
_s-..~_- __-LL- rr- Ar:. America that is the United
-a~es ojf Amrerica and it is very
.-re~won; was throughout he
teei,,nth century beginning liv-
t'Chat is toI say thney were begin-
rnre living being made out of the
;ightieen:th century that is in all
rei nin~eteenth century they were
~~~,_,.~ -:nn~: ng living beginning
I _~. i;,vre in twentieth century. An~d
whi- -at are they to do. Having
_..e something they must be.
'L oking backward. That is. Na-
:i _al enough.
Andt how- do you look back-
ad By looking forward. And
wh'rat do you see? As they look
iiforard. They see what they had
.,: do before they could look back-
wardr~. Anld there we have it all.
;;- A .nd now to make it all clea-

~'- ~'Lt r~i The art of crooning came to
Amer~nici~a from Hawaii, a musician

0:rsccur =:Z ^:e e a aws

s~ ~~~~~r ZJ-si u i: ~l:

Sa~t :ee :: : me ;r-~ s s:car

`LI' s:f rE p-xf of :ks s; Itr-

rzes :7 1 -eri 'iet~= 3..u 5-
*Fecbe~ :::-~c~~; IP :2<;I ZI

7:ist?:i i R e:-e

1seges. tts I ag arI e
:2er'~ `_?feter Ztess :: ;- or ~

whem. "kwe~ 7ere .2 rzes

I5::c-e- fr-:eo Irm 41E- Lee 3 ~

~smtore s 'e-us~ mornmee F3J-
-~_~-ri-r :Cases ru uhe.
mnu: rt :can won~-~ re~-.R ~Jteo

::5 t B am e sa-

-~e a --wes ~f~ t-n :I edzuly Es -

2ssues3~-+2 --at a ce.ET
-III : 1hes l:C : -eI -
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2ncme ~ia~ ., -rmd" I~1vu rm:.

Ja e-~ -axarn ze. De emean-
ine wet ,-to :ucc a.-: n-2 ::e :ux 214 he evef 7+:50? :e jt

Kastras~' us. -Seef~~ e- ne---
-sele Sc ei~ to famu~ at e_~;SIs ad

ri marks. I am surprised at his
r~trudenes The Haw-aiians, on their
cart. have'l always spoken w-ell i>f

The warden of a state prison in
Kansasa is hav-ing a good laugh at
a: pri?;onetr w\ho thought he was ~
Zi0; .ng w ~hen he seized~ one o~f
::-. institutio~n's trucks and drove
raway in it-acrcompani ed~ by hii

A~ Sng of O)ld Age.

I would;: rather be gray\ and old.
Withn no mo~re sotngs that I have

1: =20 needt~I~t f\r a1 winning

N o sw-ii: hea~rt hat; is aplt to break \i

Early~ ::~ lIf whe:: :the skies

Who hea~rts are loyal mu:J

F: : harts w.I1 wearyu~ s:: frtende ;

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-sert nt f--nL ~ Cze-sentL -E :-

: : Eur'y man feels thaDt a lot o'f
A- :;x cr' $1 et: after- ima: crys:'wss is c~omma'ed abtf it 5
zs vehes 12 Suggeted~i in: Otlar~.s emwiig o h ol

ned~~t~ rst: 2@ ;Vrse i :t:s va~ AN r~ab he~~r andr webb tr,rers!

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u.: outphi'w at a prai in 4iis abat~ht ideah ~and taxes

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1545 8. W. Third Street
The usual early Friday evening
services begin at 6 p. m. with the
!late services following at 8:30
when Rabbi Caplan will preach on
"'The Head and Heart of a Na-
tion." The usual congregational
singing and chanting will be led
by the Rabbi.

139 N. W. Third Avenue
S. M. MACHTEI, Rabbi
Rabbi S. M. Machtei will con-
duct the regular late Friday night
services tonight. The late serv-
ices begin at 8:15 p. m. and the
Rabbi will preach the sermon.
Cantor Louis Hayman will chant
the ritual. During the open forum
that follows the services Rabbi
Machtei will answer questions. A
social hour will follow. Tomor-
row morning the services will be
gin at 8:30. Sunday school classes
will meet at 10 a. m. Sunday.

137 N. E. Nineteenth Street
TEMPLE ISRAEL ...... .......
Services at Temple Israe~l, re-
form Jewish congregation, 137 N.
E. 19th St., will be held Friday
evening at 8:15. Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan will speak on the subject,
"If it is Infected; it Hurts." The
public is cordially welcome.
The Philosophy Club meets
Wednesday evening at the rabbi's
office at the Temple, to which vis-
itors who care to spend an intel-
lectual evening are welcome.

311 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
L. AXELROD, Itabbi
The early Friday evening serv-
ices begin at 6 p. m. with the late
services at 8:15 when Rabbi Axel-
rod will preach a sermon on "The
Way of Life."
Cast cBaoristhSchlac man Si l
urday morning the Rabbi will
preach on "The Talmudie Interp-
retation of Sholom."
Im rediss2l afterathe Saturay
traditional "aufrufen" will be ob-
served because of the Rabbi's ap-
proaching marriage, there will be
a kiddush to which all members
of the Talmud Torah and Sunday
school have been invited together
with all -the worshippers.

A Page f
Edited b y RA:

Truth has rough flavors if we
bite through.

Whatever you lend, let it be
your money, but not your name.

When the fight begins within
himself, a man's worth something.
!r !

eslome-keeping hearts are happi-

The first time a girl falls in love
she imagines she invented it.

Like to Shop at



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Frdy Mrch 4, 1932

Prrne Fi~e


!or Mciami Beach News


c;By Bettye. c

Anyone wishing to stop me, had
better begin now, cause this time
I'm really wound up. I've just
been to a tea given by the Univer-
sity for the Senior girls of the
various High schools. Boys! Girls!
and various other ejaculations! !
What tea! It was divine, tho' I
can't remember drinking any of
the jolly ole stuff. But ah! The
one disappointment of my after-
noon was that I didn't see any
"Freshmen."~ (There were several
fresh-men, but that's different
from just plain "freshmen").
However, I did see plenty of othl-
er things .. "Frat" houses, blue
eyes, green sweaters and oh well!
Y'ou wouldn't be interested .
Those that were there besides
"yours truly," I did ~notice a few
people in the rush, were: Ethel
Tobin, Charlotte Rappaport, Anita
Bernstein, Gertrude Neham, Elel-
nor Rubin and Janice Brill. All
seemed to be interested in a cer-
tain part of the Ul .. I wonder
if it had anything to do with the
experimental part?
At a recent elimination contest
to decide who was to represent
Miami High in an old fashioned
spelling bee, Rosalyn Daum was
one of the longest ones in it.
Rosalyn missed only three. That
was spelling it. Eh what ? (Do
pardon my dense puns.)
Students are beginning to train
for the state contest in typing and
shorthand. Natalie Pallott en-
tered the first year part.
Well some people sure get the
jinxs--and others the lucks! Miri-
am Scheinberg left Monday morn-
ing for Gainesville with the rest
of the contestants in the one act
play contest. Miriam is the make
up artist.
Leave it to Miriam to make up,
she sure can do it. What a time
she'll have making up in Gaines-
Well 'till I find by way out of
the wilds of Coral Gables ...
I might even have to have a
guide the next time I go out there.

~bARAOUN i H eiyoCAM US edu etisona gos formto A lhi
~ *t nivority l Piai articles goes to press, the U. negD
By Mito A.Fredave debating team composed of
cb By & ito A. &reda c & & 44 t Weiss and Milton Friedmn
~" Q~Q~~~m ~ ~ ~ ~ will be competing against Asbury
Hello, folks! Ievrbdha College of Ky. Here's hoping that
py7 evryd we w,, in.
After braving a deluge and hav- I had intended to tell of some
ing someone from the top rowr of funny happenings at the U. recent-
seats dump a derby full of water ly, but the athletic news as usual
on me, I finally was able to seat, took up too much space. Next
myself, gs comfortably as was Iweek if nothing stops me, you'll
possible n ~ser the circumstances, 1-eadofsom eyausn e
and enjoy the U. of Miami-U. of Iet.
Florida wrestling and boxing meet. In 15 seconds it will be exactly
It was certainly an evening re- time to go off the column. Time
plete with thrills. lis up adios.
Jerry Cohen won colse tussio
on a rain soaked mat that ma' HRLE ETRERCS
footing very difficult. It was also As we go to press a spectacular
very hard to get any holds ~be- hurdle race is being featured at
cause the bodies became extreme- the West Flagler Kennel Club as
ly slippery. Georgie Reichgott one of the excellent card of races
had things all his way and made being shown nightly.
his opponent look like a baby. Al. Situatced within a few minutes
Kurtzon lost his match but madle ride of the heart of Miami's bus-
a good showing .Mike Kasanof iness section the track is easily
also lost but he did so to a fel- reached, and with the excellent
low who is considered good Olymi- class of dogs contesting nightly
pic material. the fans are being given the best
The last match of the evening ~in racing that can be shown dog
decided the wrestling part of th3 lovers. The mutuels have been
meet, which' went to Florida. Wle paying exceptionally well as have
were even at the start of thethdaldobe. ,
heavyweight match. Unfortunately, The managdubemetune Je

we lost it by the close margin of
80 seconds. The only satisfaction
possible is from a Jewish stand-
point because the Florida heavy-
weight, who made the Florida
Victory possible, was a Jew named
Weinberg. The final score was
Florida 16 and Miami, 14.
However, the boxing matches
were a cinch for Miami. We won
six bouts out of seven. Capt. Stan
Phillips won by a clean knockout.
The handball tournament is
progressing very slowly. Milt
Weiss and Milton Friedman won
their first doubles match 21-11;
21-15. They are now in the sec-
ond round. No other Jewish dou-
bles team have played so far. In
the singles, Bernard Katz lost' a
hard battle and M. Friedman won
his match 21-15 and 21-18 and
went into the quarter finals. Of
the eight remaining contestants,
four are Jews. (Warren, Mack,
Reichgott and Friedman.) Reich-
gott and Friedman are pitted
agairmt each eot Ienog aot

Adams and Carson Bradford have
been on the lookout to provide the
best of dog racing obtainable and
last week witnessed the first of a
series of intercity track contests
between dogs from the Jackson-
ville track and the West< Flagler
oval. The local dogs came in sec-
ond and fourth, with the Jackson-
ville representative the victor.
Other similar contests will be
staged here shortly.

The Young Israel, a group com-
posed of young Jewish boys and
girls from the ages of 15 to 18,
recently organized here for cul-
tural and athletic work along the
general lines of Young Israel ac-
tivities in the North will stage a
gala Purim spectacle on Purim
night, March 22, at the Miams
Senior High school auditorium.
The members of the club will pre-
sent a Purim play and the New
York O eretta Company wil b 's a

Daughter." Bernie Mayerson's
orchestra will provide the music
for both plays, the first to be
present *ijnEnglish and the see-
A nominal sum will be charged
merely to cover the expenses.

A politician thinks of the next
election; a statesman of the next


Mrs. Mary Schrebmck's

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Dunn beesses leave So. Venetian Arcade
entrance: sedans and basses leave
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Last WCednesday night the daily
doubles at the Miami Beach Ken-
nel Club paid the holders of a
two dollar mutuel ticket the un-
equalled sum of $1730.60. This sets
a world record and Phil Cohen a
Jewish lxiy of Boston was the
lucky original holder.
Between the sixth and the
eighth race, Cohen was a little
dubious about the value of his
ticket and sold a half interest to
a friend, Speedy Palumbo for only
$25. Howfever, both are more than
well satisfied. Their ticket was
the only one sold on the doubles
that held the winning combination.
Wednesday night Capt. A. L
St. G. Luster of the British wrar-
ship Danae, now in the Miami
r.G utir wife of Mita 's myo .
Thursday night the entire persol-
nel, including merq and officers
of the British warship were the
guests of the management and
presented the H. M. S. Danae
Trophy to the winner of the ser-
enth race.
Next Monday night the Little
Theatre Guild of Miami Beach will
have their night at the track. They

though the free list has not been
suspended. A number of trophies
will be presented by the organiz-
ation to the winners of the differ-
ent races and include among oth-
ers The Miami Beach Kennel Club
trophy, Flamingo Hotel Cup,
Greenleaf and Crosby Cup, Dr.
Wollard president of the Theatre
Guild Cup. The trophies will be
exhibited beginning Monday in
the windows of the Greenleaf and
Crosby Co. store.
The beautiful ocean side oval
has been visited by many notables
from both sides of the Ocean and
it has been the rendzevous for
many fashionable parties.
Track records have been equalledl
and bested during the present sea-
son and the fans have seen many
close and thrilling finishes.

"Siyom Hatorah"
Coming Event

W~ith plans for the "'Siyon Ha-'
torah"' to be held on March 2,
rapidly nearing completion, it i
promises to be one of the orutstand-
ing events of the annals of
Greater Miami Jewry-. Prominent
speakers from different parts of i
the country have promised to at-
tend in addition to artists of note
who wrill take part in the musical
program that will be presented.



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IE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, March 4, 1932

later died in the hospital. Deputy der. Premier Jorga has promised at Soroca, and several guards to
LandaPI has taken the Prosecutor's to form a Parliamentary Commis- report immediately to Bucharest.
evidence and with several of his sion which will act as an investi- The Jewish deputies in Parlia.
parliamentary friends persuaded gating factor. Meanwhile, the ment have no doubt that the sol.
the Government to re-open en- Government has ordered Colonel dier murderers will be tried and
quiries into the cause of the mur- I Gaja, Chief of the frontier guards punished.

Pase six

The affair is to be held at t
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre~
tion, 1545 S. 'W. 3rd St., and i
mediately after the formal cee
monies, all present will be t
guests of the Ladies' Auxiliary
the Congregation at an elabora
supper which will be served fr
of charge. The public is urg
to make no other engagements f
this evening as the affair will
one well worth while remembering:

Deputy Isaac Gruenbaum is
planning to leave Poland, his na-
tive land, as a protest against the
Government's failure in keeping
its promises to alleviate the social
and economic discrimination
against the Jews. Deputy Grn-
enbaum has always been a cham-
pion of the rights of Jews in Po-
land, and has been a member of
parliament since 1919.

at Src by mRu nionf so tie
guards has aroused the humane
members of the Rumanian Parlia-
ment to take steps to bring the
murderers to justice. The public
Prosecutor succeeded in learning
the truth of the outrage from the
lips of a dying victim. The six
Jews, who were unemployed, want-
ed to cross the frontier into Rulssia
to look for work. They paid one

as the Jews were just over the
frontier the guards deliberately
opened fire killing four, and
wounding two of the party, who




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Mursic byv Matchler gad his Band

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37th Ave. 37th q-

State Law Prohibits Admission of Minors

Lunch at the beautiful club house or
grandstand cafeteria delicious food
at downtown prices.