The Jewish Floridian ( March 11, 1932 )


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The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 11, 1932
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Source Institution:
University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Preceded by:
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Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper


Material Information

The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 11, 1932
Publication Date:


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

Record Information

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

Related Items

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

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Vol. V.-No. XI. iaiFlrd.Fda rh1.192Price: Five Cents

Theatre Guild

To Have Benefit

Monday night, March 141 will
be Little Theatre Gui~ ld Niht ;rt
the Miami Beach Kewnnel club.
Sores of the country's most ntote
peopl will anttend the special prro-
gram of reuyhound r~acing of
whieb the entire samission re-
ceips willU go to~ the 11t~tle The-
atre Guild fund~ whric they are
enadeav~ring to raise to carry out
theirl program of expansion ou-
lined for the coming year.
There will be 11 greyhound
. races. featuring sp~r:nts, long
route raese, and a s-pecial match
f-ace be~wee four olf the faster
dogs5 at the kennels. There will
a ::o-ph:tes presented to the ownr-

Spezria trjfphies harve~ been donated
;3y Dr. Geor. E- Wootfllard. prexi-
denrt of the Gua;d; Greedef ard
Crosby; Mayrjr V5al C. Cleary; The
i'wtcxd fEM~~~ttttt~~~~~ ad~ tb Mkiso

doing~ their bits toward pn--t~o

irzawring trophie are Thos. Meirp-
San; Zona1~ Ga~ie. Irving Poe lir
Gerg5re Gershwi; Mrs Walt :
inlchB; Rejez M8orgean.; Ea 19
Sande~; W. L. "Yeang"t St5r lt,
Gerge~Ja Ade; Ra~e: Goldberg Jro a
Go6en; No~rrwnay Johnon;t Ja k
Markey; Benc Lryv; BEbe back. ~:
Dr. Josep~h AdamsP; Mayor~ YaJ f
Cleakry MayorT Vmmart~ D. WymacII;
T~oa r @j, ME Ptaa -f

Irr ing J. Bente; Mrs. WateIC~Jr
Ekaera; Bart Wil~ams: fPadd
Burdim: ars. E50s P. 5"s-p~r.;
Mrs. James J. Walker; Mr. fra~ek
J. Erp-n A~ J. Mh and Mr.-
and Mrs.k D. 2 rhard~f Head.
-'zk we~~jCIRt~ of J~a
Ase~ a beeCrJ sel as both chd T~wa

the~ trac o c~n Ast enit.irse**t
W~~~E an. rs G~I adyserp Y. be
wood and~ ThEect~ Bark are 5n
cha ~to of L riBjP .ifiE com-
A~e ;5 rfbMs cr l~r~

f~CD~jl Pam. Pas PmT~rd


Mr.- sy a'*enoo spe a me ens .r-ICS.. pade at~iF ca sta-

.57 gragoge wi~th regular Lfas day from: the rtim t~ Sr~isrecivd from
treading o~f -h Toirah and pe- the! iAk" and placd on the red-
teyrr~ia: p;rayfers being; reeind& er' desk unti ij t~ isgin replaced.



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Judge Speaks at Congregation Fasts

Campaign Banquet When Torah Drops

Judge Julian W. Mack of the! A scene that is unusual in :5r-
United States Oircuit Court of [annals of Jewfish histo~-ryoccurrcd
Appeals, Niew York, urged 200 last Saturday morning during :h:-
Jews to assist their distressed Sabbath serv-ices at Beth Day.i
iSynagogue. M1r. Louis Weinkrle.
brothers In eastern Europe and in traurofteSngu w
the upbuilding of Palestine in op- was acting cantor during the ser-
ening a campaign for funds at vices arose to lift one of the Safer
a meeting Monday night in Hotel Torahs at the conclus-ion of the
Helene, Miami Beach, sponsored reading of the law. As the congre-
by the Allied Jewish Campaign gation rose to stand in honor sf
committee of Miami. jthe ceremony, one of the "ai~z
Judge Mack told of the difficul- ChavTims" (arms upon which the
ties and dangers confronting the Torah is wrapped) )broke and the
Jewish people in Russia, Poland, "Safer Torah" dropped to the
Roumania and the opportunities floor. Immediately a gasp eame
the race has in building Pales- from the audience, because of th
tine for their national home land, gravity of the event and the pe3-
where they will be able to help ance that follows.
themselves get away from eco-l According to Jewish law all
nomic, social, religious and poll- present in the Syn~agogue mult
tical oppression. fast forty consecutive days, from
"M~any improvements and devol-l sunrise to sunset eer~y day; being
opments have been made in Pales- permitted to eat one meal at- ev- -
tine in the past few years,"' Judge 1
"'"osad!" """'",,""" opruie3Plans Made for

of Amrnbuinn capia,einea'"fiti t Gala Event
buted un~deLcthe direction of '.he
Jewish agency. .
"The only civitized race without 4Fnl n a a
a national home has a right to chag of the "S m~I HateJrab-

re-create the Jewish people. Har-
nessing the Jordan river has made

c ut~ n ofw nlabl che icals. De
1 e moments also hae been made
inte ei rus in rsres. Ciis are
replacing swamplands and Jew~s
in Palestine are given opportuni-
ties to make a living, worship
without being m~iae and de ;
velop their educatiatoC1 program.
Philip Lieberman, M 1i Beach
banker. was toastmaster, and was
introduced by Bharry I. Lipton.
D. J. Apte and Harry Simonhoff,
co-chairmen of the Alllied Jewish
committee, also spoke. Mr. Simon-
hoff making the appeal which re-
stdinmore than a thousand
dollars being raised. Rabbi Ch.
J. L. Auerbach delivered the in-
Committees will now canvass i
the city for the balance of the
$5,000 goal set for the local cam- ~

ISil ~L---i

fhic ail
ami Jewfis
t~ion Sunda
gram calls
~il enter
be wEelcoin
propriate t
by a prom
will be c
program h
the singing
tween the (
es. All w
heavily lad
will be pro'
No charges
made and ;
will be the
the banqu
the first t
be held in
years in co

samp tm


$WA sy 2 p.MB. far $AA




are...t aCere.. ust 5. as
li~ens Pesu at Temple bu


State Night at

Flagler Park

Stt,~e Night is~ being cekbrated
an -cr tha~ r. *ro *housrd New

ten thriring races inr the spe~ela
'-op ra~tce ben me for1 the rd-
ders, o'-~ Engre_- rare such
ch-~ampionr ra ~~s~ Na I~acC Ca-
Ieas, Trtdafe MarshalL My~ aidde.
Ihey~s Dm*-r. Cii*j Cour~t, Dec
0i~ iY IY ber

-rac has dtrraw thassadgs ofr ~
iF-tist and~ local 6 fans been
ofar thf e sperdid cr~-j~aier of dos

Withi easy~ access frmc :& i~
he~arst atPa the Cits b~asiBAS e*

treesi sleek far,

wereI thie morei arrl )ierely
Ms~c. E-m- &5 JIE M Y Fr

7wk~~; M-rts Sop~Tje PE~Sex. & Pr
v56me.~ & L andt iEmb~teetas Gi-

take 1:bt atr the M~i. -,cgr;;r ~y;
h Orthodox Congr~:- ega- Mae 3 a 8ochk-nTe-.e
y eve~nir g. Mlal~r b7t -~ Ir when Be rm (JS peak we ~~CEZ=
at 8 o'clock. rt city-"~ arrs 1Fnd Beyour. In
forV~ a rsesii atl~an. Rbbi~ rf Temph
doors to music al- -af- delreteJei
nt As = rcthepsee p Wak* R
the Syaggu it. jgaICie- and) Beynd azJ :be Re
ed at the doo~r by ap iu cuetath sspno
traitional bymns r Th qt %rIL h9 fee elesag of a sr.
inent speakers and the A. pubi -addresses at Tez,
fi'in~g of the le:Tes+ Israe itwhchth cd
carried on with proper ors, Lewis Br~own ad
A splendjid marks-! -~Ch

g wiil tk4 LLe p ~ O-: e~;ri~ g~
1crmconie s an addreCSL pie pso be pe~rmteedr to ~-
ill b seated at r5-' je ~ B-~~~i~~ B
ien banque*: tabks th: i;S i 5 ft L i
vided for a~'rE The guests.i 54pf nt of heC pro
s oJf any kird~ a di ~ -jt p~r~i f'~~ iif
all -ourism and~ vsorsL~b ~ Bi i~ i ar
gues-,ts of I~Ithelde' pend a verCI A~Pdeda~ be~ L
of the cnrmqe~gatc~ 'iU "-- 34 ,BitOj r
the f orzelre mem e'oar ifif ~ ~ ~~

Mianj forj a~a IfB- ri SO~T P96 IL

~f a *Torah'. Atf the ELETO~i M., ai penms ~
ted forwar7 Tors 31 th were it, Swhmtea asonis ~b
a sainabi sikra OT crow: OirT wastrn~k by a Pemmy'i~ramia gZ~

Christianity and

Judaism Discussed

Pc~.e. Zton- Beshr~awu we known
D,'Efor andre; r~iver+~ o theCora j3
Gab es CorTgi-egaLjw-:a: Chureb~ w:U

Tune In Sundarl 2 p. m. Station

The Jewish ~arin g~a amB ee 'n;;f~~o~ pa~~
fg beginning~ a 2 p.r m.i repe~8~~te e e&~~~~~~~~~eeeeeeeeee aiah B
d~e entire tmze it is onI Onear aest Ij-Yplg~~f aRing Isk memoraies of yea
to the ots ones, acqurints the yong onesri~ rh J dew tM re W
wae rnt to haow, played in th~e real Jeish 3i~nimitabl ~Leaerwu ~s-byte Jw-

aoed F~lif~~plaa e for your eaiL~tlCtr ..en WeekLB yes ik~e to h~ae
~som~ paptj~r elari pb~s as It 7 rfIrtBdr~,br rQ
Fle x~Kdian Psroami tor c~ f~areo Staen Y WQA amlI yearl wishw be
crp~orn hal &

a~m m. -.. m.s....
we segmementcr~ Jewishint is
ames.. m.... aL s...si

~Rat~ hrt ~ r'lRebl

,, ~kidrsYarch 11, 1931
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4~ a
nercee trascssset**** a

Martia Cheche Well known
Jewish~ hear# with yrsr of
experiences as te concert
stager in a repgertPi~re of muIsiC
embrar a fiwj fta~usaeis
open fr coe verta estagements.
Ingerirr, the Jewish~ Floridian


Time Jeish Floridian and theFollo *~~Advertisers


Prt~tjirS T~tiscnetey yril prc- Per ~isamean Rehef

Stn S~orts fOWiS S(lk songs B~-i wO 0..

~iafj. 4n r ,~ Pc*Paarr hits of the da?, wo .Is


J"lh M~t~rtait CiSty,~ and for pFst
?*~i~~ 'Iarswlh Repll~g Pala and

IICL~~~~- -r aao n ---- --
FJ~~~lt~~nam IC IEP S
...an.an aat; on r
.hrrt .. ..nnrr 8 l;~~ Lf~e R

3 P~ ~CI ~~i The ilJewi~Sh Ibrkhan 1Uist"r 1a

c. artc~. haIOJ~s
i~jb~fZ~tT ~Pa~r~j~MS R ~"t~tlb AIXq
TSSON Pa ~in31a
i~~~~ R&R`~~U~-~~ t~"~ ~


Wed4 Suri~ fena wulr giv thte. rh Mrfg 'skains ~ anlllt on- Swea.t the tannoune~
:Aa of benu~a efats or, rmd the pair t~ll be made-r thgPOuintment of the following

'r~Z ic Mr.~ H.~ NTE. h~CZ E'imn dacbT and a special orchestra will The committee will recomend th
to rixs nd efrshent. urn.sh thes mus~ic. Every o~ne :A ~IstE of o~ffiers3 for next year at
~ :kr nerl~p of heWzri :.ted to come out and enjoy the next m~e~etig of the Siste~
The~ tc a S hrrmedgof me Maz ri g~civre, as the datncing will hood. A~ meting orf th Sister
.~l~E wasfi held at rsr-da ee:~- continued on and on and on. hoolvd followed at 2 o'cloctk when
'e~. e B B ~rPill n letct r'! The proceeds of the evenn a Ireports of distric t committees
ag Itne :af ..eers weret~ e vl a w 1 g to the bride and gmrom, weu~re recived. Mrs. Morrris Dub.
R.ia :em: r. Frree montt; a "r? them off on their newi ler chairman o 6thePrat
,~tf~.~ I~-fT.~~~- Janc Br < artsr w-ith a biang and the: gwl~cJ fr the Adlzay iECsch~ed h.idrfen re-
T*7-~I vice~ pncor.:anert .Se a.Ehe~ of all their many friends ported that~ the affa Lr will1 be held
.;eFef y sCreI;itary:e Je~anett fe Sunrday, Mare~b 20.1 at 10) a. m.,
**nr Merin. treasurerT: Esth r ** ich rine grift will be p~resnted
(k;3rom serpari-t-at-arms, and xt Mornday afternoon, Ma~rich to r he children. Mrs. S. B. Sch-
ArtsC BernTeC~~ uriI5 e~r. An i:,- 1Y, at 2:30J p. m. the Sen or Chap. ilessingr- ~ dona- te dollars 1?.
~-resti p~rot a was presentred rer of Mliami Hadasrsah w~ill meest wards :h panrry. MrSh. H. Isaacs
wair. t~- mebef the A. Z. A. in the clubrooms of the A~cac~ repor~ted that 'e Tiveh Theatre
TtLcXrTticrtig. PBefreshments were Club in. the Congress building affair had Sright: mor~e tan fifty
z--Tre as~ L 3aic h~ur. where a veryv elaborate program dolla~rs to~ th organiion. Can-
t f entertainments will b-e present, tor- Kanr~r;kyt 1-Maesd rtha mean.
"be Masse Jewish Social Ser ed for the guests attending. All bers of the SsErhood an~d their
:q:,lk.zec ruevera3 monthc ago members and their friends are ch~i-ld-r. amz ~end t on Mndays and
men; IZL a -27 mt the Miami Beach urged to attend. Thirsay : :0 .mwenh
iari~try Ct7 for a wie~ekly dance a wil cozidue: classes= .r Con~grega-
be)l s ve~r enjoyst~i combiniation To raise their quota for th~e t;onal Eing~7L( Yeg.j~ MsB n'ey We
:crer ind dnes at Davidson,'s Hadassa'h Hospital organization i;' president~f o~f B Jacob Con-
_~f~~k` :r Monday eveninge. lhe. local chapter of Senior HadC- gngah:':- Sherhoo of Miami
New~-r -tii -:f ~ beigwre in ffi ud eah Sak b el

tra.L trp R
:~~ 1C7 xres
wr~ht: kf; ~;?a~'c: 5:<~ ,2~
Sr;S;f~tL city 7L.' ankL;' e ed

~tfT Iaa:?h r Sfra..- pa
ta yr7Y i i ;;

:(:T I:n~~~fE'song wha
~-r u-~-r;~nr =rr. re-ex-- t rz

el:~ rlfTr -opti 5CE~ h.. s: :

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:int *;': ee v~rf.~r~i dtre tr

"'t f wCTI 1 il I

nl h ~z~ : nr` j- 'r a: ~na.

man zn.u "h~rt a<.0 E~l r
n.h~T~ u;.Lnwe R-,nu~ FCP;e'

S 2r~- 8:uemo A'i k ni -ts.

'PeU: tl: 6hf Tsthnt "bFt

T:L-r~d~~fr 7emicatemiaun rti
~~~~LV -OE~ h~owr if tu beases T'
nwhi~~men~ w -v1 waverrs ani
n -r.s v~nil tu webetr. ao htft
rr hajs r "k rl un : : 'twsi- rtr

Thew 8:~~~ f'$..) =i 1 meTrbers

A: ;w =;r woma :Es the- B--ad

r-;,,.as..,y,-Ar E-r rr -=;isaT p~ lt 7L.

.l-itu .fW~ mr he m

?c~lnst re 1

an.~~o us.h NI. TCrff- To

~3r. rt7f fl was onarc a.

n: Tiawr~J~ %f;- n

c .Yv-:st :. nra l-r

n~ n :*onancemt :tu rar:
n n u~nUI i7u Pse :t !fun

s--v: ~ f Trl ow m

h:- .r n)i :n E-- fTLi

nt .rt~ v;ud~ ww ennrur wo. f 4 -

~~--ix -ah ,7e-r~ ;Nz

t-~rw ~-nn -f.lrume t Cone~i.m k-
MVl- r Z .f nTer arUtnmer. ant Lno
W m~1 icR~hn I seT.. rI. jzrce: -
nt~ Ylflm d8~~-f u Ynen Em~~a .
Ih fiT;ITfi hat 1 .1 Laman.
nart. u-rt twe~nt sser r: Yu~ t~rl
?ianms- Arn-iumc L metame was ~
hall wasr, neannafi. ant jan r~t'Ee-

wr- uis~ way drseae aE~ uks'so
:tu rmmona fsist **nc A nn- C1

TL~~ anc wht -f;rTr.~Cic~h fo!-

I~~,!~7'~T' T~~cAr Maur LTry ~
: : :f:~r:~_r. Fredesar Jerry e
-cir TK7 :T e fl-sfEr. G rB isf ~

he~t;~rtr, a3? M~ds Fr hIeda Gk
~, ,9~ r s~'c 'bou~r refras`trcir.ts

nr :rtrr 6 ;g.- c ~er,

no-r~- 's! F; e f;r so~erda'i

a~oisit e `a-i Wesril we mak-

he: homeif~l in Mimi
at my sala mJ hie for
tri kre -B-;. m~a ctu,.-

Trrnz~rrm oet ie : 4 ~fth ;r he z

La su~i. v.nrnt. tN offered ;The

.rip to Cuba free of charge.~ Full;
onc~mrcn ma e ouqneaif~

City- is registered at the Fenimez e2
apartments, Miami Beach.

H alloahrd meet id ola the Ju isr

night at which time plans were
announced for the "Giv-e, Get : r
Earn Affair" that will be held
shiortly-. At the same meeting
.Miss Selma Mlerson accepted the
chairmanships of the Cultural
Study Group recently- appointed.

Beth David Sistetrhood is spIor.-
sortug a gala Purim dinner on,
Sunday? evening, Ma~rch 20, b~ginl-
ningp at 6 p. m.. w-ith Mirs. S. J.
Spectsor as chairman and .11r.
C'harles M~arkow-itz. J. Katz. B.
Kandle, and D. Daum assistingT.
The public is invited to atte .d
s:nd a splendid program! w\ill be

Bt:h Davidi Sisterhood Excu.
:ivei Boa~rd he~ld ap mleeting~ in te
fo.rmn of a lun~cheotn at which
M~iadames ,lake Engler- and won ,
Friedmanr! were the ho~stesses last

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Friday, Marh 1 18

O CSIET th tsnment of the guests. Among Iwork under considerable hardshbips
SC E tose who will entertain those pand a detailed report of its accom-
present are the Traeger boys in plishments will be published short-
a series of aerobatic and novelty ly. It will reopen next year.
dancing and singing numbers. Al *
Oneof hepretiet nd os ceebrtig hs ift-seenh w -number of prizes have been con- The nominating committee was
impessv eet of the p aetetadmst dleraing anivesarfy havint bel tribute by local firms which will named Monday at a meeting of
ypearsiv helint Mimiwa the wetd-n marrived nRosh Chodeg Aeen be given for the best costumes and the Temple Israel Sisterhood at
yaing cereinmoame whe abb Laxe- Shaynie in 185,an ht Choes w amasks. In charge of arrange- Kaplan hall. Mrs. L. Zeients is
,rus Axereodie ofe Miami Beach han n 8 and happy to haeben"nerir ments are Mrs. Chas. Tannenbaum chairman and others are Mrs. I.
p~iss Esther Ruth Levy of Toron- othswdigaaftigclerge~neral chairman, assisted by Mrs. L Rosendorf ,, Mr.H Klima, ,
toCa., er unte inmariae tio ofhis owddngs a itnnivers 11 Sam Tannenbaum program chair- Mrs. Max Dobrin and Mrs. HI U.
ato Tusay. wevemung.e rosari e ation thir feet and era ry, a man, Mrs. Wm. M~chlowitz for Feibelman. A committee on the
lAt 5 o'cloc more thng at ou- forme thanr fivet minute H ud cakes; Mrs. Harry Seitlin for nov- prpoe change- ofbylas n-
sAnd guests gthered about theulo I.r Liton pvesmidnt fthes arry elties; Mrs. Abramson for cigars eludes Mrs. H. 1. Homa, Mrs. Ros-
sa geth aco Syagou here bu 'e Rab gpogu hn spokesd on bheh yna- and candies; Mrs. G. Kotkin flow- endorf, Mrs. D. J. Apte, Mrs. Mor-
Bit JAxeod is thoge sprtulledrte congreation nd tehen of ers; Mrs. Nathaq Adelman for ris Cowan and Mrs. H. IL Miller.
blAnrd myocuied the sprta eats ~thatsne h couple~aio widthe aitpre adkwiches; Mrs. Max Kupferstein Tickets for the Purim en-
had been provided onthe beati- t wo hundred and fopewt ifty dol Th ns, tickets at door, Messrs. tertainment to be given by the
ful lawn adjovining the ynagoue- groomnde Rabb ift Lazars. elre Kupferstein and Futterfass; trans- Sunday school children Tuesday,
inr the ntr adofn the lyawnsood ten grepl aid Landr tanked ll portation, M~essrs. Mechlowitz, March 22, are in charge of Mrs.
sevra o~ crthe offices the canson-i their rfelicitadtionse Duil tor Seitlin, Drevich and Rappaport. Kagplan. Tickets for the Sunday
gvreatio holdn the staffes of the dinnteir Beriiainie Mayrson a it e Tickets may be obtained from night lectures by Dr. Joseph H.
treaditonahldn "chup sah"whchws of h nrchetra i played o m and Jeiss any member of the organization? Kaplan and Rev. Don Henshaw at

gaily bedecked with the blue andi numbers. The benediction was the or t ted hall The protnaceds weiKalnz hall aroeindr harg o Mrs.
white national colors of the Jew- pronounced by Rabbi Samuel Mn bhe usemd for the maintenance of ZeentMs Rsnof n r.
ish people. Potted palms, cut flow- Machtei and Rabbi Jonah E. Cap- te or mn za on at su4 ork \ Mllr.
ers an vaiegtedplats erelan, and then all adjourned to the Third St., which has a daily at- Mared es. Henry d D. Wilams pre.
placed all about. To the strains of lobby of the hotel. parneo or hntitycn- ned. the splaendi eroga pnre-l
Mlendelson's wedding march, the A reception for all the commun- tiendac fmr hntit il etd h paeswr nr-

Page Thr~ee

Maruas Levy, Chicago; Max Levilr,
Terre Haute, Ind.; Rose Pichs,
Waukeegan, Ill.; A. Bernstein,
Chicago, and Emma P~erlman, (fhi-
cago. A social hour followed with
Mrs. Jack Bernsetin pouring. tea.

A verdict in favor of the Tip
Top Grocery Company, defendant
in a suit for $15,000 filed by Mrs.
SrhAfremow,82 efro
Ave., Miami Beach, was ordered
by Judge Paul D). Barns in Circuit
court Monday. Mrs. Afremow
charged that she was injured May
9, 1931, when she stepped on a
hand truck which was left in an
aisle of the grocery store at 27
N. W. Fifth St. She was repre-
Ssented by Sidney L. Weintranb,
Louis Heiman and Dewey Knight.

uSundaythevening the mhir lle -
given at Temple Israel at 8 p. m.
Rev. DonK Henshaw anhde Rabb Ja

Subjects are "Christianity and
Beyond Christianity" and "Juda-
ism and Beyond Judaism."

The children of the Religious
school of Temple Israel will pre-
sent a Purim play on Tuesday
evening, March 22, to which the
admission will be 25 cents for
adults and 10 cents for children.
Parents and friends are cordially

On Sunday afternoon, March 27
from three to six in Kaplan hall
a masked ball for the children of
the Religious school will held to
which the children of Beth David
school have been invited. The Si~s-
terhood will also give a Purim
entertainment on March 27th at
the Alcazar.

The Hlebrew Friendly Inn at
a meeting held last Thursday night
decided to close shortly for the
summer. It has accomplished much


1334 8. W. 8TH ST.



*e Ship Indian River Freit
To All Parts of the U. 8. A.

groom was escorted from the syna
gge on the arms of the venera
bloeleader of Jewry, Rev. S. H
Masliansky and Lazarus Abrams
ande icit ftheo~ pbride hande lec
the bridesmaids and the grooms~
men. Finally came the bride upor
the arms of her mother and Mrs
Masliansky, and she too was lec
to the "chupsh" and took her plac~
beside the groom.
Rabbi Ch. J. L. Auerbach o~
Palestine, a friend of the groom
awaited them and then the bridr
marched around the groom seven
times in accordance with tradi
tional custom. The vows were
then pronounced by Rabbi Auer
bach and then amid the applause
of the large audience began the re
cession3Ql to the Synagoguet It
was the first open air wedding
held here and was exceedingly im-
pressive. Among those attending
the ceremonies were Rabbi Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi S. 2.
Machtei and Rabbi Jonah E. Cap-
lan, and Mayor Val C. Cleary of
Miami Beach.
Following the wedding cere-
mony about one hundred and fifty
of the intimate friends of th~e
family gathered at the Sea Breeze
Hotel to enjoy the wedding ban-
Seated at a heart shaped table
in the centre of the large dining
room was the bride, groom and
bridal party. At long tables sat
the other guests. Heaped about
the tables were all kinds of mints,
nuts, cakes, etc. An elaborate re-
past was served "k'yad hamelech",
and -the proprietors of the Sea

Leeire eied Mu cA en a
tion from everyone attending. Dur-
ing the meal Mr. Obadiah Gross-
man an intimate friend of the
groom acted as master of ceremony"
ies and introduced the speakers
and read the telegrams received
from many parts of the country.
Mayor Val C. Cleary of Miams
Beach was the Airst spae a d

community on behalf of the City.
Then Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
dp Tebp isre 1 s Wf I id c
ed by Rabbi S. M. Machtei 3f
Beth David, and Rabbi Jonah *E.
1Caplan of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation who congra-
tulated the couple and the Miani
Beach~h comut and wse d t

veteran of the J:ewishe~~~~eeee~~~~eee Forum, Rev.
Evi Hirsh b slank ha p ro

Re hp~e slowly &n im reasively
of the work of a Rabbi and the
dulties of a1 community. When he
told the audience that he was

ducedl by Mrs. J. Willilamson. Mrs. ~rs. ranrcsJ Damond, of New
W;lliams spoke on "My Impres. York, are guests at the Fenimore
sions of Percival Wilde the Man", apartments, Miami Beach.
gathered from a personal inter-
' Id MrsthMac aG m nrgrs ir^'" SHENANDOAHI

Oe AtePlay" Mre I.of~eins ein CANDIES
Wildehs one acrs play ut rof nb MADE FBE8H DAILY
Crystallized Fruit ~~....C5c lb.
ed a musical group of vocal selee- CooaeCse ri 8 b
tions, accompanied by Mrs. Glen-
nis Head. Mrs. Rose Baran foun- 3Is sotdCooae
der of the Philanthropic League a~ riory ....$ 5
of New York spoke adF.t ny....
gKitche sad Salesg
wereo aedat s ed~o phat~eind 422 8. W. 22ND AV $NUE&
Kenosha, Wis.; B. Mandell, Bay- Phone 2-8728
side, L, L; D. Stenen, Columbus,
Mo.; m.ae Kaa Kait, Mo;I MIAMI 21 V]HA RSC

Thl~e store was represented by the
law firm of Miller, Mic~zy, Dixon

Harry M. Green has been called
to Newark N. Y., because of the
death of his mother.

Mrs. R. Goodman and daughter,
MF i,,

-ity and their friends then began
-Cantor Schlachman 1ag sees
.numbers and dancing ws ge voed
;, by all. A buffet luncheon was
deF Idown nthis reep !on, Rabbi
-and Mrs. Axelrod left for a brief
n honeymoon. They will return to
.the City, Friday afternoon for the
d traditional S~heva Brochos which
e will be conducted at the Synagog
and at the home of the bride's
f uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Laz-
Iarus Abrams, Friday and Satur-
e day nights.
Mrs. Harry I. Lipton was ma
-tron of honor, and Miss Helen
Yunes of Boston, maid of honor.
-The bridesmaids included Miss
!Buschie Stone and Miss Thelma
-Manheim of Toronto; Miss Edith
Rogow, New York city; Miss
Anita Silverman and Miss Esther
Mintzer of Miami Beach. Harry
(I. Lipton was ~best man, and the
groomsmen Joseph M. Lipton, Iry-
ing Davidson, Dr. David Paley,
Murray Gfrossman and Obadiah
Grossman. The ushers were
James Kaplan and Harry Stone
of Toronto; Benjamin Silverberg,
New York city, and Murray Yunes
of Boston.
The bride wore a formal gown
of white crepe, heavily trimmed
in beads and silver. Her tulle veil
was caught with spray Mof one
blossoms and te bia oqe
of white roses was showered with
lilies of the valley. The atten-
dants wore formal evening gowns
in pastel tints, and carried pink
and yellow roses.

The dance of the A. Z. A. held
gtte Anttitsellotel lastmSund y
the local boys and girlsT ad wa
quite a social success. *h h m
mittee in charge received muc
commendation for the very en oy
able evening afforded th Ile
attending. The dance was preceded
by an anniversary banquet at the
Ponce De Leon Hotel.

International ..A abah
will be observed at BethM Da i
Synairogue Marchl b6 wen a hre

o ll th elattu rviceab One o
the boysr will act as h ab
and others will also take parts
during the formal service. A l
youth organisrtions are invited to
attend. **

Next Tuesdiay evening, March

tion will glsi 1- wua ana
mnask and civlc bal at ah beub

In addition to the dar~noin man
of the night cler hate ft *m on-
to contribute t*ln io h n

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at ~. .. Wtcl den t mind any-
Ih~ say ceas really I've had
~~,~ a uibrat:ing wk-endi nd adll

ls itswithitY~r, *~~g*

~=*n~, u ~tt~art an insntkpirtc

~~~~- 1~ ~~it Jt writ

sh~ r ar*t andhrh~ thoif ye aw

;=f~h-' ~star as ~L~

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ar** 13aban -fee Smak'b t~ -
as Rafacs t~,e s~ummaga' gtrm tlant stMBE;a ME Zi'3r. Mr n2MzL

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iihate to think so. Too many i-f THiE

N~ "kaht",- -,.*- *1,1;'f -i ~~ The Way of Life 7- t8O
Ntgritt to whom mortney means Wr By BRIUCE BARTON
jlttih The answer wre believe i~s -LCB~H 1E
o si~mplet Wherwlt E ch whert- ca WRested: Tachers of Homer
motLre opportunity be foundr thanj I oncer had somce correspondene -r
inr '"Kashrus' ma~tters fofYr goeip, wtt h ch alumnae secretary` of a We'v~e marched in columns withl Advertisint xpt may be in.
Galk.medding o wha haveyea oman'% college,. an estimably lady' the ranks, trse ntesoytl yWli
H~e Rabbasy ar ri her naw visit sekn oriemr oe o nd climbed the columns called Johnson Stnrgis, automotive exe-
ru the cormmunity for their passi- her -:nstitrion, which it well det- the Forum; cutiv~e, btter known as Jack.
a iular muszr whiat better oppecrma--- srves. We've added columns in the banks, In a Maryland hotel (saysa Jack)
a :ry for pubh~ttyc thtan to raiset J Or letzter deviope~d quite an And smoked a few--writh less his bag was carried to his room
L. New'Bi sho'ut ^kasLh)ru' particula--- rrttli:eres Ltag~$ exhneof ideas on decorum, byt a porter who seemed to have
v when =ithe lirabbi -~ tis M rned ~ whs awain._ until i made the mis- Imuch difficulty in hoisting his/
,Ilc nada~h drew yan cotume ? --ake~ ,-f seeing :his comment,: Housed in our cabin, pans and pots heavy feet.
Agu ajI*1rh -thy dep way t ar "r-1 a it abeevr. in woman's ce)!- A-re ranged in columns ordered! "W~hat's the mnattr?" Jack ask,
sa tha::h ;j= che~~r liay, I was~ stop-`;fE I ;eges ra thinLk they4 receive proper. ed, "are y'ouF tired?"
ged L'e =e st-'ve jy an3 feiveL at~ teaLCh less :Mr th rightful shares Then Polly spots the GLOOM1 "Bozs) ah sheo is," eame the
sea paerPZ hre~ alnd :e'dl Sit: -ne &L izegazres and gifts. But I some- CHASER-- gloomy answnr.o r"This here job's
en itairm' was avted-liYi jby -ite gLI;.lfe- ::mes :& ~~ tlhy e pushed their And all the columns could na'l so hard sh gaess ah'll have to go
.L -re -i Am Rif-bs s~cays.-*n :1 .sc~T2~-I Zfo as:: canda toot high, and! stop her! back to mah old job, even if sh
we'Y jt in y t~ we cts ea -;l rtte 3my war en too rigorously7. jdid get nerfus prosteration out
Ma~cej can~ cenaiit on ung Il Twoa~ rth --0s: Succeful and Jt-j We let the scones burn in the ofi it."
;Ls cy tw wndngrt -d the TiL-m~ateI e-e::ve;-t addl age women of skillet, "Wh~at was8 your job?" Jack
sayr I; -ty~t 'rhe L72;it Cachged -ny re- ~'1L--.x-::te le college gr~a- To join the rout of jibes and wpanted to knoow.
Sol~ ;t-~thag4F a rans iL1 :sf t i-tltes TDey haebenasue lughter; LAhi was in advertising," and
_a :Ms~r 20numbleg Rabbi. nr:4et Ird ~see :01 their almza And if w-e could w-e wad na' wll the dejected oae,
Leeas t~tgl sy 3ze --*:e 35re~e YE:. Of : Preset Stan- it Jack's ears pricked up, being
ble :6:r 2nsbe cased :0~- -he ia-is 13 beetl _= f?ee in --heirl To change the Column, beam or! interested in advertising:
Seach, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ c mu b4-na wisd' me ay -4hi w a itTarti;~f after. "What kind of advertising? Di-
was sa~tised.t :amh r-sm 4-rd sl~-i izel"' ed cQ of' :here wo ha-es reet-by-mal, poster, newspaper,
ie : 17 : as's iand~ru INU~ it. mid 3\te :'.g -- waot of-:Izfe at th? Jack might be a nice name for magazine, or wereQ you1 in an ageo
Istan ad should :f~ve od- r: z::i: erse Te one of' the Government's new baby Icy as a copy an,~t production man
:eL a a : w e Cllr s~~tZerl s. te: *: are j ndj. or Prudence if it's a girl. or contact mran?5"
nrwever -tree:'- ye~ ar--in jnsse rd _-m: amen."~~ i "None o-f them kinds," came the
-3r e~~~ Las les nLv;. feesne:y-=S :icLtt seed -s1he face~-i3usl: **Aft- AI star of silent films, w~hoje answer. "Ahb wa in the advertis-
-:f h inatch4' ^: eitoL:r:n. to `-5! t' is ~;~. Ast-c*: co'i ege~ girls voice w-as found unsuited to the in' business for a hypnotist"
t ofd :r rly.ra 10ms ui-- ~a-ze e see: he r.'essan alkies. is nearing the end of a "Hypnotist?" Jack puzzled.
-a rock. ~ re ~1C:heSyraggre Ild ;i ~nf-"narmte My' _lra ?f; a co- ;ong-term contract. For se~veralj .-aas,~ seh yo, see, this hypno-
_w- pIF~ww. uJ zl 'L.~lLas-* on arlEl fi.eC~U Y'I wal -e : teach years, he has drawn $10,000 w~eek- tist. to advrt'--se his business, used
ad~tt~ rls~ ie-ag ca ~r p: o :md ~ :he :2h cok sr :Miz- heath. ~- .y hush money. to put me to sleep in a sto' win-
uri Atvail vaarm-ns~tr ,~=~I zi---cre: stn~se `J humo~r.lIIi dr
Lee pef: y meer~es et d -2e m wh~err smritof s arule the money- a bachelor "Buat," and the former advrertir-
a- men~ ag-s..- ?r I mmiune- qfat metr ea-t;-u= -'Lt "he iai'' Absrbn't save by remaining single ing tarn grew glam "Ah had to
`:fl;ffwS-nif; f;_,ar Xt meai w--ace-~I sqer;S= :d o ould be more than enough to suP- Igive up thae advert~lisin businless-
to mmrme- ei e 2 nse "kso~f 5=9+: :-:m-speedecce-~: f port a w-ife and children. that wrork ws so hard sh gota
Ig c.e ih ac Jcid-r s'cignervous break-down.
Le s d weevs eases er-c :>a Pepper Mfartin wIho did every- Thr '~h cepol odI
a zzart- t~~~hing else in the WKorld Series, Teems esm epefn
'r4i TIY -serv -mea remem :03 pu>1 may- have to steal first base th s of capital pani~shment" says the
Se~s~ l~am -te :-l.nea:~. Jac tL' Aid =:21 yea toi escape an1 anti-c~limax. girl next dEOor, bY1 the w~ay the
i-*r Jew Int ns :fewa.2' politicians are fzhtng for the
fees ce lss vey irstedg as sav-agle African tribe where a Peietl oiain
bride is paid for wfith cattle is! tdento tbrtrlnt
nome ases se two reyes -sume- -ze:a-<"jsaid to have adopted the civilized tdent aeabase ogt
xweaso nt'-va ;I'sco~ e Tw -?-'fU ""'~~'' t custom of installment buying- !develop into a liar.
me:=wr se A w-seefar rcs-a.2 12<:& Tewed :-*nothing dowfn and a cow- a month.
Treet~ :umzes~~--n, tra za-< rs- n Whe there is an old bride to tumn Every dog8 'as his day and every
em: ze s rac r= "'e's:*n as a down payment. naturarlly. wo-rman has her ways.
must awmses a -pr-me at :tnea es .Ya:: m Yimuss, wrs r- e w s a 2< es m sightly- lessened.

ande ve runuce stm ares ee mas :N M 11 humanity is tamed.
-ac-s, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ dn adil ml-esatTemn ha.s mtt:-- Pl tniss t ose ads~ inl :the r
tnstir twar a x Trust d stee3. tcaamtnt y :rt u ow mntrr- Not: enewrat credit wa given
~~i~~y;.-At "-1P m1 i .t~r .f ory. However, the Depa2~rtmetnt ~ :i those Chies cawyester who re-
Reas ~ ~ ~ L at -se! ~2e sac-'wma he at~ won am14: dricfultur is offe~ring a ~niftl- both~ Chpt nighdy s it could be
nat men st ~ru age-~a~t nuxei hule k staf xtin. "The 1 ye A ffa r: fl~t~teed1 againS~ for dkue next day's
an~~i~. 'ewa remae d~I :2< l~ Y:
notes 14gy astre rr _tunce iJ- l-:o -:4 ys' AT1S~-~ 2assag hh~'dic~s

RiiEcau FErIYid Phonre attcit

see~ at -iN st Geny ~at~ rrum F
rneti 6u jwE ai lias a tra

um~ asse so,,.. ~i~
~as J i-rs~hre alrc "* ~

8.1 shAoes -. au1t

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iii, i

1a as kro at cver 3raw

7rt ZCsiltae =te eki ~Sad sai

:~ ;ra 3teemn; mr sent. Ps L

-ear-rmwc -r al~ alas

mnr han 4mit azar a karrv
z e sitise. d isi, 2nadk Jan ie
manm th*>< la~~r sa tht~s aver cre ;
-us an lfI dei Scar m~its 3 f e
--s; we-~l -ay govertiLf `af);t rme Zt--

b'~a e-ye~T T2nclfit 5 essls n;e$a-

'cmrir;e~ 1semew s-mtv -2 'r ,
marrliNes> Jac-e so--s wors `E
,: ~can-rr Area ladarn. SanI 2it ,t-f
Reser$n.I-t basahas ,~1vL 1Peave .'ng

armarani ~ -n mere ita mws

istra. mei masst ~e saw~f a :esm '

sc-- :anne as was mac so WI
meant a inii :.r -an 14-sca.1
Inuse ~2e Trearsonas Os-a-st-
ag Macar & .' zerirdrent me
nemanarc ses..ms a There
ru -
g uses weemances
se- so

a: ~ i- S ett ;* e '
r-rebel "a m~. ac--:

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u-Jr -uesi r okw-dst

u; -ss ri Exa U: v:1 Art a

---w. amZ :r I =~tra _rmsl VS2 f~~
em~ ~arirepat :Ms- -*i > eseun


&I: Amb`c~~assui-r itsau 1swe
Es-m si is red. 1.

rkati Nam 2 ;P)3 4 C

~There's a certPai Frenc class
in at crtrai paort o the school
a-t hi &i reaC T g rat srening.
MUaurks~ Czwa~rr. a *sier bright
nwmber. a: Mas the gade~s say,
*iths In eaist-jf peants.E~ Janice
.Brit sambera mefanp-r dlihts i3
thnrvaris th se uand believe it
(T act th sea~ibEe r. A 5gtitute,
ac~tua ityg Tas ~in pIcig the
remainder at If~ y get that

r.'Is E'MPia as acti mmber
4f oth M M~e has d beenrl
iioint QQ-are a w f inr @Ue line of
'iv'@~ E ~i ks~a & As he le
as 'eastr two anags ~ asC teast club
awlni~pE wIcketP Qarkistg a smile.

At sk samell mee~tig of f&
Desasta-'s9 Chab~L Ma Engler gave

tbrahi~ tleveNY the meC a
tlrasksxae & theat ~ale. I can'

swear seat ilt e4~r~ emans~ to the
ca~n ir d~ wheat use the can is to
dc eI ~ rarar gg a bes t i 86

ase A thwalr Lthi C Deat

rVP iswahaaglte

s i e r v e. m e a s r u a s s i I 'b~d~~T f e z a n t s P iI E n a 3 + r e t 3~i' e
means af rmer sa aS atlr meaN''S- Mi sect:-~PI~ Iand Rt-2 T:2v

wearnes act at Ibsmt 3tand at

..,war noIt je a ml~t~I ~rl

-sec ~t wr*-knt .e Z$*aeI~ ana d
.'cr-tfa rA~ r +4zet- ?rri. tICiu. rL5
"Wh? rr as ~mIi~P sad. 3;as

war w as *mumsr 4E~ Cti Stac

Wannsr 3emar -chr aace iLa swan
SYErwLlr~ar' 1magIna 3hat a at
ths fSwe-r-t IShut~-iM l SQI ~t~tru3@ >
d reamme angl;m si hmasoni~ ~

~ir~nims -se norzz~ -.r n- -

ans--sac-agsor seummr.
'i~ s a=nnuacrwa -ne S-~E all vil

z e 3imanut &f 1-~s t na ru s-
IYnameE tar ?t- Iterand bank ~
ztsenspmer at m8an .nla. '"her at -
g-~-lrur +ptn~att JE l@ ZCSQL~ ~~c-
seeh sco~ Pamenue n at~diss ~ammed
s;~tus w~r-mt-in tha s,~Pmes~ :
anfLf~Cr emisc a ee- e

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A Page for Miami Beach NeWS

tyrn ppl or n ld~
Schule of the Workmen's Circle
under the direction of S. Litt, their
teacher. Two short plays will be
presented in Yiddish one of them
being "Der Versterter Pesach".
IThe affair will be held in the
SWoman's Club on Sunday evening
April 3. Tickets may be obtain-
ed from any member of the or-

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Including Sheet and Tow~el
Season Rate Monthly Rate
John Morleigqhem, Manager

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, At University of M ami

% By Milton A. Frie mn

Dar~Y 'b~i~6il

CONGREGATION On Sunday, March 13, Mr. S.
(Orthodox) Litt teacher of the Yiddish Schule
1545 8. W. Third Street
JONA E. APLN, Rbbi of the Workmen's Circle will de-
JONAHE.CALANRabM liver an address at the Workmen's
The usual early Friday evening Circle hall, 701 -N, W. 5th Ave.
services at 6 o'clock will be fol-beinnat8pm Adsio
lowed by the late services at 8:30 isfe y h ulci nie
rrheanhRabbi J~onah8 E a sen ril oa 8d Tdhe sbeco ntdi ec
;Fnances' basing his sermon on Cry for Justice."
the portion of. the week. The
usual congregational singing and TePrmSpe ceue
r sponsv reading will be led by originally for Tuesday evening,
series a 9 o' aturday morning March 22, will be held under the
auspices of the Woman's Club of
the Workmen's Circle on Sunday
CONGREGATION BETHA DAVID evening, March 20, beginning ati
-(Conservative) 7 p. m. A very excellent program
139 N. W. Third Avenue has been prepared and a splendid
S. M. MACHTEI, Rabbi supper full of delicious foods will
Rabb S.M. achti wll on-be served. The admission is only
Judge Pau D. Barntes will bon 50 cents. Mrs. Rose Kaler is chair-
the guest speaker at, the late ser man. othe arrac ngemen ts comt-
vices tonight. Rabbi S.. M. Mach- tend ep i sivtdt t
tei will conduct the services and
ICantor Louis Hayman will chants

sat down than, of all things, a preach on "The Threefold Peace".
group of negro students from the Saturday morning services will
Booker T. Washington grammar begin at 9 o'clock. Dr. Y. S.
and high school came on the plat- Lunin continues his regular lee-

fr The were retteming aevst tue evr ogu e rnorning a

ored boys and girls~ had really not 7-
been deliberately placed on, the
same program with Ted Shawn. ~ICiILLyYU
It was merely a coincidence. b c& Q Q b ch b d, & cb & cf It 6 rt
And did; those kidg strut their WE dc STc PAL ilEACI e c i r t
stuff. The ~bla~ck bottom dances -&&
that you may imagine were put on
by those Icids not over ten years The regular weekly;.Sisterhood
old.' The tadents~ nearly had card party fits; the assembly went into an El was held at the Community
uproar. The expression on Shawn's House with Mrs. Martin Dubbin
face was enough to :frighten a as hostess. A large number of
child ou /of its wits. He walked residents and tourists attended.
out assembly, and on the way ~prizes were awarded for hign
out] said, "If that's being taught scores and refreshments were ser-
to school children today, I don't ved.
w t lan education." 1*
In recalling~ this' eple I've ~gone! TPhe regu~lar Frid~ay evening ser-
into a convulsion of laughter and vices will be conducted by Rabbi
so, inust stop writing. Bon goir. A. S. Iyleintfeld of Beth El Congre-
r.r- gation at 'the Community Houje
"" '"'"""' '5"" ""1111(1(1 beginning at 8 p. m., when he
ST.~~ ~~ PTRBR NiWj:ur Irr will preach on the portion of the
DrAolhSpee frerRb week. Saturday morning services
bi, Ad lfew Yor ity andme now begin at 9:30 o'clock. The pub-
resipntof araota pok to' alic is invited to attend.
ia-ge aiudienice l~ist Friday night Friday evening services at Tem.
at the Unai Israel Congregation ple Beth Tsrael will be conducted
on "Itai~som' Using the portion by Dr. Carl N. Herman who will
of the week ass his text he con- pec herglr emn The
demnd th kidappig ofthepublic is invited to these services.
b dhrh bab and th rnrsom A social hour follows.

quired by the Bible for the Jews CogeainBeth El Sister
ojf .old: as' a .contribution towards Coongregationg ln fo the Pu
the erection of the Tabernacle in hodis mnraking p ns for thhildren
Sthe time of. Moses. o ritee Sunamme Shoo 0ned dail Y
.religious school this coming week
tast Tuesday ~night the Ladies in observance of Purim. Gifts will
SAuxuiliary of Bnai Israel Congre- be given to the schildlren and an
/gation held an. important meet- entertainment presented under the
ing and reports as to *recent ba- direction of Rabbi Kleinfeld.
zaar were received.- They show- ~*
ed a very splendid financial suc- Beth Israel Sisterhood is plan
cesss for the building fund. Offi- ning a Purim entertainment for
;cers of the Auxiliary are: Mins the children of its Sunday school:
IBelle Goldman, president; Mrs. ,Yw i bevn o un

IHello folks, is everybody happy ?
True to my promise of last weqk
lIn going to tell of some amub-
. g incidents that have, recently.
ocurred at the U. Hfowever, be.
fore doing so I'll tell.jSou all the
news of the week*
Al. Harlib, one of the best little
boxers I have lever been, has just
deI down from the U. of Illinois
and has enrolled at the U. He
has entered the A. A. U. boxing
tournament at Flamingo Park this
wieek. He has plentjr of class And
looks like a wmnner. The boys
around the school call him "Ham-
mer". I don't know the Teapon
for this, but wippkhodw lIetted if
he decisively defeats his oppoW
eits. >
The last sports item for" .th:s
week is the fact that Stan Phillips
is now coaching boxing to all stu-
dents who would rather take that
form of exercise than the regular
physical education work. He knows
his stuff, all rigit He n edi doe .
There was a lastl weane .. Iptea
debating lineup das Milt~ Fidtiman
of Milt Weiss and dJl Fltidselia
Pauline Lasky and ho Alsbury -
leer wet up a dweek the two ur
M(Itoiis will debate against: St.
Petersburg College~.Being natural-
ly lazyi this postponement or work
was certainly agreeable to me.
What I'm going to tell you no*
might not strike your sense o
humor, but it suie did. to th~e v.
students. Onk qay iia assembly
the public spea ing. in mtructor,
who by the way, is a preacher, told
this story. He said that in one
of his classes they were discussing
the U. and its ideals; what they
stood for, etc. One of the students

the ritual. Rabbi Machtei will L~S 'ay ngttemmes
"answer questions during the forum of the School~ Board of the Work-
that wilflo.Eeyn sien's Circle and tlhe organiza-
welcome to the services and to to n t oa' lbwr
the social hour that follows the hosts at a reception in honor ojf
services. Tomorrow morning the oof nentoal
services will begin at 8:30. .Sun- known lecturer and author who
day School classes will meet :st left for his home Saturday morn-
10 a. m. on Sunday. ingd. Mr. Rogoff spoke. briefly
eprenemb teir a preito 'f
TEIMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI Mr. Rogoff's visit to Miami and
(Reform ) the encouragement. given the lo-
S137 N. E. Nineteenth Street cal organization by him. At a
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi late hour refreshments were serv-
Services at Temple Israel wills Ilf hflen te
lbe held Friday evening at 8:15.
The subject of Dr. Jacob H. K~ap-;
lan's lecture will be "Cause and Plans are now being made for
rEffe in Ethics". te annual qlysrto be present

in order to make pis point~ clear IMay a Benjamin, vice president; and the traditional play and en-
gave a really live exalip~le. .He Mrs. Stella Goldberg, second vice tranetwl eudrted.
asked a beautiful girl to staril~id-1 president; Mrs. May Benjamin, reaction of Dr. Carl N. Herman.
front of the class. jHe 'then turn- secretary. At this meeting a~con. -
ed to the class and explained that stitution for the organization was An important meeting of Jun"
thegr I resented the ideals of ado ted, for Hadassah will be held at Kap-
the irHe thlen walked over to the -lan hall netx Monday, March 14*
girl, took her in a close einbrace Thursday evening, March 10, an beginning at 8 o'clock. An inter'
and' kissed her wiith enthusiasm.~ omportient meeting of Brial Israel eating program will be presented
After this he said that's, the congregation was held at the lfor the entertainment of all at-
the student body should ~embrace Community House. ~important tending. Guests to the city are
the ideals that th~e Ul. stood for. business and plans for the buildi- urged to attend.
Well, you guessed it folks, im- ing fund were discuss N a h mksaspcat
mediately signed up for public Noma rhaed can expeciat

T f Ilowing incident;ialso hap- Le~hisr oFridy Cnirghtio R ilt bi, inoth pink of condi-
pened in assembly, howRever, not ----?
the same week as the above. Ted
Shawn, the great American expo-

811 Washington Avenue *
Miami Beach
L. AXELROD, E~abbi
The regular Friday evening
services begin at 6 p. m. with the
late services following at 8:45
when Rabbi Axelrod will preach.
:Cantor Schlachman will be in
dharge. of the services and lead
mn the congregational singing.
Saturday morning the services be-
gin at 9 o'clock and following the
services a Kiddush will be served
in observance of the wedding: of
Rabbi Axelrod last Tuesday and
the attendance of his bride at the

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Synagogue the first
lowing her wedding.

Sabbath fol-

nent of aesthetic dancing gave a i
lengthy and bitter talk agai st I
present day dancing. He said thsl
the present ballroom dancing was
immoral, disgusting, etc., he kept
thsup efopra gt aw ire in C
(he didn't say this), )dancing that
he stood for. No sooner had he


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A view of one sectiozi of the huge electric sign atop the Miami
Beach Kennel Club.

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-- -: State Law Prohibits Admission of Minors

;Lunch at toe beautiful club house or
grandstand cafeteria -deliioues food
at dowPntown prices.


Dunn buesses leave So. Venetin~ia Arcade
entrance; sedans and busses leavb
Flagler and Boulevard; for hire cars
leave all hotels,' direct for Park.


FRANK( J. BRUEN, President-Manlaer.




1el, just don't blame usi al tik

And poor Jonah E. he didn't
.know what to do. There he sat
eathntt ilazarus ad tes jh 'e i
listening to Kaplan and Machtei
and the terrible picture they pain -t

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Of course we watched the table
at which Miami's Rabbis sat. And
of course we were happyr to note~
that they followed the Talmudical
injunction to "Samach bayayin".
Yes the eighteenth amendment
wa ticdluly ose-rvedrea rywhere

And did Obadiah shine in all of
Solomon's glory ? Well had he
been a good boy and followed his
own instructions to the speakers
everything would have been fine
and dandy. But the gem of the
evening was "I now introduce the
SPIRITUAL leader of the LA-
ITY" when he presented Harry
Lipton." Yes, Harry a bottle or
two does make a difference in
the King's English.

W~e wonder if Val Cleary knew
he was being kidded by that good
scout Masliansky. Val for decent
protection you'll .have to learn
Yiddish. Yeh, Schlachman still re-
Inembers a little.

Now by dear Rabbis Kaplan
and Machtei. In the name of fanr-
ness why didn't you tell the bride
the whole "aicho" before the cere-
mony and not wait until it was
too late. However, watching trl
shining countenances of you both,


ed "Es is tzoros". What would Ituan capacity these legal 1iht
yo b s do ip his place? I gpes** mus poas s.~'~ egan ndertn
for the "preidential race in the
Bernie Cohen and Baron Meyer Shul.
were very hungry as they left the
festive Board, with all the kishke, But how about you Meyer?
cakes, etc. They couldn't touch Well enough said for this wak
their plates. What a gargan- If you like it, I'll write more.

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Have a heart and a big one at
daswh tm wth dpr ssibd lathe o

Poor girl, the bride. She couldn't
get out of it if she tried. Her

her husband's name, too, is Laz-
arus. And when she calls Lazarus
whom will she want?

~rrn, ~o rlucnr~rou e~. o Some chap behind me was heard
Th n i~hadn hmet to remarkotha the Rabbi marched
er day and get the smiles, we ac- wo asupsetoft.(It's
cepted the assignment with alacri- taiinlta ro at n
~the eve of his wedding.))An
when Rabbi Axelrod was asked by
Of course, we could not confirm this gentlemen he was quick to
the story that it took four police- remark, why certainly I ate today.
men to get the Rabbi to the Chu- The questioner looked aghast at
paSM Ser tat S isessoometsy o c tan milsoin. Then there eabb
lice Force was one of the train "that's the reason we planned It
bearers. Wle saw it ourselves. And for Rosh Chodesh, when you don't
let me tell you right here and have to fast." You .should have

it too.

I won't tell what Rabbi it was
who asked why so much "kavonoh"
was displayed by Rabbi Auerbach
when he pronounced the vows un-
der the chapah. And neither will
woe f om sid ta sked wnhd wha lesd h k
brochos on such a festive affair.

They tell me that Councilman
Baron de Hirsch bought the movie
rights from Goodkind and they
are going to be shown on the
stage. Good break, ch?
Congratulations to Masliansky.
That old sense of humor is still
there. When they were taking
the bride around the groom for the
seven traditional trips, the Grand
Rabbi was keeping count by tap-
ping his foot. They must have
made about ten trips or so when
Masliansky got impatient and
called out "shon genug fardrent
ihr a kop". What did you mean,
old friend ?

And did you see the dignity and'
eclat that our friend Harry I. pre- Is it true that Bernie Mayerso~n
served as he did the honors and wanted to play "Sha, sha De Reb-
carried his spiritual leader to his ?be Geht" but the groom wouldn't
?? ? We wonder how long hei let him ?
trained ?

And did you watch Mintzer
strut his stuff? Some class, ch?
By the way what's that old Jew-
ish saying that a "Kale is a nas.
herke az es regent tzu to ihr
chape" ?




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