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 18, 1932
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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami


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. XII. M )iami, Florida, Fri day. March 18, 1932 Price: Five Cents

neert to be Given Rab an Officers ~;SU~~

At Mami eac Tune In Sunday 2 p. m. Station AeR-lce

What promises to be one of the, At a special mreeting of Beth
ottnin ocet f h ea A Jacob Congregation. Miami Beach,
n ill be held at the Beth Ja- held last Tuedsdy nightr Rabbi
Congegaton, iamiBeac I Te Jew7ish Floridian program presented every Sundayv afternoon over Station i a~o lo, CnllBr,
i ~WQAM beginning at 2 p. m. is replete with entertainment every- minute of ~
the entire time it is on the ai. Mus~Lic that brings back memories of years
ago to the old ones, acquaints the yo.ung ones with Jewfish music that you and ,
i~: they want to know, played in the real Jeis'h inimitable manner by the Jew- ~
ish Floridian Orchestra, under the di: actioni of Bernie M~ayerson, assisted by
noted vocalists is presented fo r our entertainment. Would you like to have
some particular music played or sung for yrou? Don't hesitate, but write The
Jew~ish Floridian Program in care of :ton WQAMI and yVour wish wIill be
complied w-ith.
Sunday 2 p. m. for Real Enjoyment, Tuane in on WQAM)

Siyom Ceremonies PROMIINENT REAILTOR DIES Gr~ ui at

To Be Observed -- To Be Held Soon

aFinal plans for the "Siyo~m Ha- __:- s: wa;-= Tes 3I~ if I: me
Cantor Boris Schlachman torah" to be held Sunday evening 2~'-~ ~~-rep. T;"'9.2 ;f:r- a
whnCantor Boris Schlachman of M Sarch 27, at the MIiami Jew~~ 'ish :-: is a rc.-:: Li 31.=0=>
teCongregation aided by Cantor Orthodox Congregation, 1545 S. :=w -5as
Job Friedman of Detroit, Mich. W'. Third St. have been completed. 7~ '-:' -=' =;=0L *:s a se re-
wilgive a joint recital of litur. Among those w-ho will take ;a_ ded New York :icri ;. b re~YI he r-
iclnumbers, and Jewish folk ini the program of the evening are j '"'i~-~ j ~:r36Hj~
sog.They will be accompanied Rev. Zvi Hirsch Alaslianskyv, Raby 5 ou
bythe well known violinist, Ber. bi Lazarus A-xe {rod of Mai0
ieMayerson. Beach, and Rabbi Jornah E. Cap-
Cantor Fried~man is a gradua'e ian of the Synagogue.
ofthe Eastman School of Iujicl As the bearers of the "Tora. 12
atRochester, Ni. Y., and possesses ~will arrive at the doour -il :he I H :25
Splendid lyrie tenor. He has a Synagogue -they will be greered 0.;r:~z ia-r:s azo and
spedid repertoire of classicalb3 a cashte and Cantors 2,, L~Z~
ndfolk songs and has attracted us Gr: ;eater am dite .. r : er
lre audiences wherever he has ;In3 appropriate nymcs :o ::c.6 Jo I-a : fh
appeared on the concert stage. :'ompaniment of Bernie Mayer- r a-inlc;
Cantor Schlachman has been on's Orchestra. The "Scrro wriij :_1. s;;~- 31 4F t a meber
well known in this district for then be deposited on the dia:." ne 2: as~f 2=dIi;= l~as ~
many years having been Cantor A welcoming address~ will th-" a'b
atBeth David Synagogue several be made, and the Torah: offcially zzdoa
years ago, and at Beth Jacob Conl- ceived. -Grc f:
grgton during the past year.l The traditional ceremonies o;f 2m ss
He has been Cantor in, the B'nai filling in the letter sil w 1D tmdD sd
Moshe Congregation at Philadel. charge of Rabbi Lazarusl ~L~Axi rmi l~ 5::- L.2 .1 o--;-:
phia and has held other impor- of Mfiami Beach and as each le**.er 2r i13: 5~ fte and 3ha L rbr s
tant positions throughout the is filled in it will be ~dedicaed to .Z --
country. ~~~the memory of a departed rela- _nd t 2
tive or to the perpetuatio o~f :hfe eoehPSG~
Purchaser's name and will be ent- .I~:i31 l 5 53 W ~ 8thSt
each K~ennel Club tee i speha boor fr ta:h : *iBeb
purpose. During the; cermones 2 31 be CarV Czmeerr
Hold Charity Day 8" ",s^ d dmre. es~ yic 'i- br.- t 3
nent citizens of the corrmunis~ .. x:2 li wsOrhd
Through the efforts of the lo- Following the ceremonies th :=c c>e
unemployment committee and Torah will be enclose inth C=ra= t';tr
iddby the management of the"mtl"doad o e;1y
Miami Beach Kennel Cilub, the and then antique slver frige~ Pioneer Resident
Stte R~cn Comiso gat. ornaments will! be placed s:, ::
ed te anm@ o arms of the "Torah'' and a shzield
hich will be devoted to the local and hand hung upon the "Tojras
unmloyment fu~nd. The track as a memorial gift :G am )r.Les ie esdn f
oses it ownt mee Saturda of known in er Yiam famly. Miamzi for more than twenty years
ichs wek withe aies gala c ard i FolSa~ng the, ceremonies a died at the home of her daughte r,
h h soe ofe ther fi e t d g h t banquet wPill be served free o~f M rs Nath Gold manQ last Th r-
areraced here aring" the pre~s- charge to all the guests by the day morning after an illness of a
n sasn iRpatted against members of the ladies' Auxiliary-re YA Pi. Fun. wes -
chother. It is the calmination ofteCnrgtini years od, was the
I whathas ben anexcepion tion of the event. No charges way ~of a pioneer citizen of theJeih
ine season of the finest dogbe deordisinothsa.omutyer-
)acing ever shown here. bemad Ao nativeio of Russi she mad eonrij
The extra day granted the trackr per her home in Key West for a num-
ppl ,given over entirely to t e bai ng contribute oy jbe of years afterwardscmig
unemploy-ment fund and all the adcaiyngtc e4
'take" of the track, including the the Beach Kennel Clah. elevn hubsad she- twias very ctv in
management's share of the mu- night's card wriH hae c 0~~~asn h waffs bur rt M
tuels will be donated to the fund. greybound races, fes~tanngg toPn ri v o at comal emri hisdeth.S
*. J. Cleary chairmn of the on- long route races and ag spca o levssrviving he~0 or, daughter
unployment fund has promised an match race between usow M s Natha sn Goldmsa, sa two i~
vPening of additional entertaial- best dogs at the Len 5 seas Joseph H. rfin adIsdr
nent in which miay of the local Many of Miami's~most pran-jph wiBe ba e & ae
arbt cldbs, wml funrnish talent. nent visitors will aten Davi setie& eCi
~ednesday the Bea~tch r c held i helpiY ng w the amemployJ~ CeeDr nd rabM S M.Mah-
thenefit whichr drew bylarge wrin help relivew dtric Tim te=~' win drFocid at t h wes
j'owd, for the beness of St. ment simtasinr in this dibed the wiil Rbehl eimn t
"rancis Bospita of Miami Bath, Amr of goe today h b
is that this affair wrlB be the see- specil goatr o b w n ktP DJ

WhPat promr-es toJ be one of :5'I
outstnin~g Purim affairs of ri-
cent= yers~ is being sp~onsre by
&b Young Israel Club of Miamir
for next Tuesday evening, Miarch?
22, a; 8:15 p. m. in th~e~ Mia-i

RahI; LazaItrasAxhd

Setior~ High~ Eool auditiorium. Schlachman, anrd Mr. Slax F~ir
cIi e~lebration wit begin w;th Se ton we~re~ reel~ecte for ano:h;-
thea prerentationsof a one ac: ~er term of on~e yeoar by uEnanimate
EngIfsh nmusical show cralled ~Ha. actin of? th~ membezs. Offieen
mart Ge-s Ii s" In wh~eic the men- again, chosen to soceeed thEmr-
bers~ of 'Lhe organization wfil play ~sPele were Harry L Lipton-,
the- principal roles, and member- presi~dent, Hiarr Wassrman v.e=~
of thPe lclub and those o~f t Jun~- President. LL MIinter secretaryt
for group will forl the chorus. and J. Caplan --reasurer. rThe 3r s:
The ply is being coached by~ Fry3 tw had nE o oppoition while M1ir-
Page. Following the pa~r~esnatin -ze~r was~~ chosen over htis orpp~-
o id: 5 p'ayi. 'he mm~bers of th nes: by- a three to one majo~rity
Newa York Operen-a Company wil: At~ this metn plans for the
p~resn a Yiddishf showa ~f-in *hree fuur of te Congregation were~
ac~ts rEplete withE mus~ical ~~numbe dist~cussd an~d the Board of ~iret-
called the ~Raboi's Daugh-er." tors was~ d3irectd to m~ap ouit a
This comp,-any has- cmpl-ete f ~program to e~nable Miami Bacht'
tour of the SothrefZ state asi jonly Jewish Synagogue to esab-

fis a Talmud Torah., Young peo-
ple's organizatrions and othe r sim-
ilar activrite for thpe coming year,
A number of tour't who amen
ed promised their active cooperat
tion in tLhfis ork

Conduct Services

this wniU b their last- appara- In *he~ Sout~h annd rert aimer.
Bernie Mayerso~n's Orcestra I
ull acco~mpany~ ~both showsg and
play the ov~ertue. Many~ affairs
that were scheduled for the same
revenig ]have been postponed~ be-
cease~ of th;e desire to3 hel~p thib~
young rtwanization recently form-

I~a fteThe ~ng t Israf Eo e
ment. TI~-ckts for the show are

onl Aifty cenats each for reserrva WTh A. & A. (Junior B'cas
seats and twEnty-ifar centS can~ Brit'h) organization will be in
for getnerl admission. T-icke fu" charge of the late Frida- er=-
may Lee o~arinerdfrom ary memr- nin service as Beth DarF-d Com
C b erf the organization or- a t~ $rie gregtin o Friday vr Z
box office thPe night of fth per- March 25, in~ celebration of Inte-
fe~m.~ national A, ~L A. Sabah.
Many ~ ~ ~ '~s ofMimis eain ct-fe byle Rick the 4--
seas including the Ci ficty i rcswl eldb

an idealf Je l" by Cyni Blaenha;
conreatina sign willsn be di-ac r
street ymton A.i Prieodman and~
OR~ E the desiant prayers wBIbe
anouncd byr Sam Siler Followbi

$(0888[ing the services the pearets of

at a social hour i the Talmed
Warning to tme pubae tBst reg- 'irb l~r~~W aeo
IsMrio ba &rl &o roe t public is invited oad a Jewish
special racetrack election does not Yoouth mrir~~ intt
ooiy roa mo vd i a p- ret abrgd to afttad.

mmmarys we W Me- to the mann
day by T W.r Srw~rrart je., dea oro essrte fae
super vased r.e Yacte tre camtymdeMad

Mir. Stearrt sad anyl persons sh~oweld tant the abos were bein
appmnal to title rrf~p a good shra pe ts
sion dtht emm a o t he bes, th but that thLe agislassise t ddat
raed set gle say mete sumies as bee ervediar hgiL


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d -u!%aq 'Og go3ts~ 'Suguaaa AspunS again. For the first time in the may be trusted not to divulge suci~vrai
r- ning at 7i p. m. A very excellent hitr fteU e aeh asce*piero it's not atheei again. Thi
y program of entertainment has fltr fte .w aeha ert thatts o theis Ida, at th
I- been arranged in addition to the spring football practice. Th's will Mliy closing bit of ogic is: tht last meeting of the Dramatic Clu
d peddspe hti en r-last till the end of March and as it is, is; that it is not; is no ; directed a play entitled, "The FloI
- pared under the direction of the long as it does my manageral is that not so? list Shop."'
s arrangements committee headed ability will be taxed to the utmost.: Now here's a note to whom
e by Mrs. Rose Kaler. A nominal Three Jewsh boys who are now 4, cb ct ct m m ct cf = cb ci c& jmay concern.
I- sum of 'only fifty cents will be following the pigskin (the shkot- d, HIGH HAPPENINGS b ca' maiew
w charged for admission. zim) are: Stan Phillips, and Geo. m Doings At Miami High hi pl love to hmiea thesmse Ikpe
5 + Reichgott veterans, and Joe Lov- d, p te bvevitynhess (not suelftl
d Plans being drawn provide forl erade newcomer from Chicago. d By Bettye a word) of certain things. that
-an unusually splendid performn-Joisaoagodwetr. & d really" cares how long it takes fo,
- ance in Yiddish by the members So far, Hammer Harlib hasi I'm so terribly reieved that someone to write an article. ii,
t of the Yiddish Schule of the Work- justified his nickname by hammer- there's an honor roll this week or be willing to challenge anyone nI
t rnen's Circle the evening of April ing out a victory in his first I'm really afraid I'd have to give /a writing race--not for the bes
-3, at the Woman's Club, 17i37 N. match in A. A. U. boxing tourna- ulp this job--Just think of all the item I assure you- but to se
SE. Bayshore Drive. The pupils of ment now being held at the Beach. subscriptions, readers, news stand Iwho could write poetry the fasb
the school will present two Yid- Because of inclement weather the slet.thtwould be lost. est. (Yes, that's it.) Those par.
-dish plays, one called "Den Vers- remainder of the bouts were post- IJust think of it--that's what I entheses again,
dish plays, one called "Der Vestrers pn coned. o tHari' match ws opoeth id ao nd that's why I'mra dwriting.salo f aoane~
l etrPesach"; adthe other,cletontecrhsopen oukwteeaesvrlde I k
"'Feivele Berihmer" the children being one of the best boxers inprsonaoudmtlinhe ttashaotfinrnc
will sing various songs. Tickets the tournament. By his victory, rein ftecrbu.Hns-cri icise te other fellow.
Inay be obtained from any mem- Harlib is now being considered :Is l a' epi ywtadcn
ber of the organization. an Olympic candidate in his divi- cei po ount sude nl fy amidt thes Soeimusal mas e
sion. Opinion is almost unanimous islm ie-I utb h
'ha soem lins-I must be theponhi a
Celebrating the first annivers- tahewlwitechmoshpsociates.
in his weight at the Beach. That;'s *
anry of their grandson, Lawrene eog o prs Education will Sjylvia Leibovitt, now in New ,

of ir ndm las Suda ng lnod dil war id an ildeb~atetl < khineg I satab ut hern-bu
P es110ehiasts Sud e "ixon gaist S. Pterburgcolege I don't feel kittenish. I still in-
b2 Mrs. Sam Tannenbaum anld They won for Miami its first sthaanoehtgtsuc
Jls 3ix Rpaot ad low- forensic victory of the year. The an'L average must have gotten some j.
Mrs.Max appaor a of the brains that I was to have
score prize was given to Mrs. Ida two Milt's have thus far compiled reivdbtO!Wl!!!Re
Buckstein. During the evening a an enviable r~ecor~d, having won b eccWeingar-bte foh!llow iha
delicious salad course was served every debate in which they have
followed by a buffet style lunch- entered since they started at the an average of 93. i
eon at a late hour. Among those U. two years ao. Both boys will Nowu follow those that barely' ;i
p Iresent were Mrs. Ida Buckstein, travel up to Rollins College iV~on- got over the line and were glad / '
Mi~r. Nathan Adelman, Mr. and Iday to take on the team which of that. No offense. .
M~rrs. Mluller, Mr. and Mrs. Max went into the finals of the Na- Ethel Tobin 91, Bea Golden-i
;Rappaport, Mrr. and Mrs. Wm. tional debating tournament. We blank 90, Myrtle Zeientz 90, Eliza-
hiecklowitz, Mrs. Pomerance of hope for an upset of the dope ao beth Schiro 90, and Edna Wolko- 1~' "8*-
New York city, M~rs. A. Kent of that the boys' record may remain wsky.
N~ew~ York city,, Mr. H. Mi. Dre- unblemished. In thle lead for the Juniors ;s L
vich, Mlr. Harry Seitlin, Mr. S. This week might well have beenl Betty Lasky with an average of j :
Haas, Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, Mr. termed "politician's week." There 96; Gladys Abenson 95, Rosalyn .I
land Mcrs. Mlorris K~otkin, Mir. and were vacancies in several offices Daum 94, Rachel Cohen 93, Ida
M3rs. P. Augustine, Mlr. and Mlrs. in the student government and the Safer 93, Anson Dreisen 90, and i
Louis Levitt, and Mr. and Mrs. battle waged furiously betweenLiois Louis 90.
J. L. Shochet. the candidates of the Prog~ressive Ber~nice Schwartz was the only/ Martin Chechom, Well known
S* and Independent tickets. Whencnsohomom~re) wih average of 91. Jewish Tenor with years of
M~r. and Mrs. Fred Wimmer of the smoke from the front clear~ed- And that's sumthin'. Don't forget experience on the concert
Fargo, N. D., are staying at the away. Joe Fleischaker, candidate Bernice is only a Soph. By the stage in a repertoire of music
Buckeye Inn, 648 Collins Ave., for the office of associate justice time she's a Senior we'll be ex- embracing five languages is
Mliami Beach. of the Honor Court on the progres- pecting big things. open for concert engagements.
sive ticket emerged a victory. Thej In a recent basketball game Inquire, the Jewish Floridian
lr. and Mrs. S. _K~a zan o~f Ak- margin of victory was compara- played by members of the Gyrm 0 r~rz ~

classes! Bea Goldenblanck a lank
forward and Ida Engler played
a grand game. But. give me thea
times when basketball was baske
ball and not anything, (notice he,
I adore beginning sentences wit
conjunctions) I hope no Englisl
teacher is neer
rarsa rather a lo

c6ic~'b c cb cb cb 6 & & & b & && tively slight. However, the losses
aAROUND) THE CAMPUS 4 i on both rjides were not as large
dAt University of Miami # ~as expected. Many cigars change
d& hands and George Baer was seen
c By Milton A. Friedman m giving a dime to a fellow student
6 6 & = &do d 4,& && &in prder to get his vote for Joe.
Hel foki eeyoy ap his is supposed to be a secret
W ~ell, I'm back to the old grindl a bre de4 tllng itwtot tou,


ron, Ohio, are amovr~LI
at the Buckeye Inn, 648
Ave., Miami Beach.
a a e

'Several hundred members an
guests of Beth Jacob Congrega
,on were the guests Wednesda;
night at the Synagogue at a re
caption given by the officers ane
members of its Sisterhood in hon
or of Rabbi and Mrs. Lazarur
IAxelrod. Mrs. Barney WTeinkle
president of the Sisterhood wel
comed the guests-and in a fev
well chosen words extended felici
Stations to the recently married
couple and on behalf of the Sister
hood presented them with a beau
tiful case of sterling silver flai
ware. A program of entertainment
in charge of Cantor Boris Sch
la i~man was then given in which
M~iss Kruger of Chicago, Ill.; Miss
Trager and David Trager of Mi
arni and Cantor Schlachman to~k
part. Following the program all
w\ere invited to partake of the
delicious refreshments that had
been prepared for them, on a long
sweet table in the centre of the
synagogue that was heavily laden
with cakes, candies, and fruits.
11iss Lillian Berner and Miss Ethel
MIintzer presided at the punch

Bow. Incag far n eet

Yunes, I. L. Mr~intzer, J. Caplan,
and B. H. K~ohl.

MIrs. Rebecca Yunes entertaii-
ced Tuesday night honoring Rabbi
and M3rs. Lazarus Axelrod of Mli-
ami Beach. Among the guests at-
tending were Rabbi and lrj.
Axe~lrod, Mlrs. L. Levy of Toronto,
C'an.; Mlrs. MI. Welsfeld and Mrs.
A. Lev-in of Toronto, Can.; Mlrs.
Louis W\einkle, Mrs. A. Cohen and
cantor Boris Schlachman. During
the evening a delicious salad
.ourse was served.

The Sisterhood of Temple Israel,
at the request of many of its
ilriends-, has arranged for a see-
ond night club affair for Sunday
evening, Miarch 20 at the Alcazar
Hotel. Three special floor shows
w-il be presented during the eve-
ming and special prices for food
has been arranged. MIrs. J. A.
re~ichte~r is chairman of the com-
Initttee in charge.

A nominating committee will ~e
named at the next meeting of
the Senior Council of Jewish WIo-
mlen at Kiaplan hall Wednesday,
March 23rd, begmmuig at 2 p. na


Al~l members are urged to attend..: after a bri honeymoon spent in
ithe NIorthern part of Florida.
The children of the Religious They are making their home at
school of Temple Israel will pre- the Shelburne apartments, Mlia~i
ent a Purim play on Tuesday Beach.
evening, March 22, at Kaplan hall *L d*
tor which ip re s and friends are thLoyelty ar bWi dpnepor nrch
ri 23rd, at the Capitol Theatre.
Tickets may be obtained by caill.
de vrly teretil r s ing the President, Mrs. Sayde G.
SRose at 2-17i67 or from any mem-
cle hall last Sunday evening by
Mr. S. Litt, teacher of the Yid-beoftecu.
dish schule sponsored by the ar-
ganization. A large crowd attend-/ An urgent appeal is made
ed and enjoyed the address which to Miamians to donate cloth-
was followed by aq\,open forum.j ing to the Sisterhood of

Rabbi and Mrs. Lazarus Axel-
or d returned to the city Sunday

Chesed Shel 1Emes for its rum.
mage sale. There is a demand
for such clothing and unless it
is met the organization will
be imable to continue its
splendid wRork. Phone
and it will be called for.

A cordial invitation is extend-
ed to all Miamians and visitors
to attend the Purim Supper to be
given by the Woman's Club of the
Workmen's Circle at its hall, 701
N. Wi. Fifth Ave., this coming

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Assisting were Mesdames Mlorrrs
Rappaport, Wm. Mechlowitz, Max
Rappaport, Nathan Abramson, A.
Kent, Sam Tannenbaum, Nathan
Adelman, G. Kotkin, Harry Seit-
lin, Max Kupferstein. In charge
of tickets were Messrs. Futterfass
and Kupferstein. Quite a tidy
sum was raised for the Talmud
Torah maintained by the organ-
ization at the Synagogue where
more than thirty children receive
their daily religious instruction.

Miss Tay Engler of Jacksonville
is visiting her annt and uncle, Mrt.
and Mrs. Sam Tritt of this city
and during her visit here she will
socialeagu s~t of honor at many

On ounde and fifty guests
;attended the benefit bridge party
rtth tim Bec aontr alb

eorthe benefit of thde w~ish Wl

aWe e abann w e wotn banMs ,
L. I., and Mrs. Harry Isaacs., Re-
freshments were served to all the


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One of the prettiest affairs ofj
the current season was the second
annual mask and civic ball given j
by the Ladies' Aruiliary of their
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation last Tuesday- night at the
Woman's Club ballroom.
Alore than three hundred guests i
attended. A program of enter-
tainment presented, mecluded acro- i
batic dancing and singing by the'
reager yos popular songs h
Prizes were awarded for the best!
costumes. Judges were Mr. M
We~t~nstock of Far Rcockaway, New
York, Mrs. L. K~otkin and Dave
Golde. Arrangements were in
charge of Mrs. Chas. Tannenbaum.

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charity boxes with them for a
**Grand Opening." A social hour
will be spent with refreshments
,provided immediately following
ithe business session.

An important meeting of Had-i
assah was held Mo~nday, MLarch
14, at the Acacia Club when M1rs
Harry Orlin read a paper on


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Fridu. srehis,1992TnJEWISH FLORIDIAN
~:sta led and took part in the pro- "Henrietta Szold, the L~eader."
SOCITY gram that was presented. At the Sue Dickson sang, and Anna Lan-
close of the meeting refreshments rie Lee played a group of piimo
were served. The next meeting selections. Reports were given by
w~ill be held at the home of Dot all chairmen of standing commit-

Mr. E. M. Alch, of Hot Springs Immigration and Immigrant Edu] Roth, tees.
National Park, Arkansas, is vis- cation committee. All v~isitinr4 Xgl uimpryi oo Thare Ifnt Welfarney Co innitee
iting this ety as a representatives council members are urged to st A galan Pythurim part is tof ,, chiren Mrws. Bariney Weinkle
of the Leo N. Levi Memorial Hos-( tend. gvnb h uirCuclo n h eihNtoa ud
pItal, of Hot Springs NJational r Jewish Women and Junior chap chairman Mrs. Alex Goldstein are
VarkArkasas.An imortat metin il ter of Hadassah on Monday, planning benefit bridge, the
The~c Leo Nsa. LeiMmoilHo-hl amotBeth Jacobn SKl Mr arch 29r, at Kaplan hall. Rabbi date and place to be announced in
itaelc is stric a charitable ist- Midami Beach incargb ynagogue, Dr. Jacob Hi. Kaplan of the Tem- a n early issue of this paper.
Intloil established to take care of Lois Dobrin to form a cultural e iss to be thle guest sp reaer and...
the hundreds of indigent health group for the intensive study of uiss Golde Mhtaill er wildreete a Mr. M D. Kirasch former eres-
seekers who are attracted by the Zionism and its history, next Jon- Put rim la tht il bes prsented deto adsa av ey
Hot Springs to that health resort. day afternoon t at evening. Mrs. StaeJnley Con Tuspedda musnicale Mathr hom on. L
The Hospital makes no distinction All members of Hadassah are 31ye sp siaton oftll udn ier un TedyvniMac15Mr
of race and creed, and admits only urged to attend. An open Forum address on "National Council Pro- Keefer sang a group of songs and i
those wiho are unable to pay* will be part of the program which ject." The Council membership wars accompanigaed by Mrs. Ree
During the past year the Leo N. wil contain a number of interest- committee of which Miss Bea 3r.Soingv ru f
Levi MIemorial Hospital took care ing features. Admission will beSafi cara s ann negro readings; Mrs. Sonya Snofe
of 4,116 men, women and children free and the business session will ki M sang a group of Russian number.
who naetrfrom every sec ion ofbe followed by a social' hour. Stnr.Ter he eig A quartet played srtissng msicm
maintained by contributions from A erlagnubrotur begeinnlsl ihihSelgall played a mzmber of violin
Welfare organizations and indivi- ists and residents attended the *os accompanied at the piano
iuals and is under the auspices iof spring dance tendered by th My3rs. B.Kadle i hima fd At a lat eur ro
theB'ni Bith th grat ew-members of the Junior Council of the Purim party to be given for ceeds were donated to the local
ish fraternal organization. Jewish Women at .the Alcazar the paid members of Hadassah iHadassah chapter.
l i h I h1-

Page Three


Ho~te, lastL Sunay~ ng tn. nr c large on Mnonday, March 28, at 2:30
of arrangements w~ere Mrs. E. D. p. m., at the Acacia Club in the
Merlin, general chairman wmho was Congress building, she will be as-
assisted by Mrs. J. Wernikoff, sisted by Miesdames Hf. E. Kiler-
Miiss Miildred Dreisen, Miss Godye man, Dav-id Bogen, Phil Somberg
and Sylvia Mliller, Mrs. J. Levin and J. Wfilliamson. The afternoon
and Mrs. J. Kamin. wfill be spent in the play-ing of
bridge and prizes wiill be giv~n
A gala Purim dinner is being for high scores. Refreshments
sponsored by Beth David Sister- wFill be served during the after-
hood for next Sunday evening, noon. Invitations will be issued
March 20, beginning at 6 p. m. st only to those w-ho have paid their
the Beth David Talmud Torah ~years does and those who have
Vlall. The public is urged to at- not yet paid may receive invita-
tend as a specially attractive pro- jtiojn by making their payment
gram has been arranged for their promptly.
entertainment. Mrs. S. J. Spector ~* *
is chairman of the arrangements An important meeting of the
committee and she is being assist- Ladies A~uxiliary of the Jefish
ed by Miesdames Chas. MIarko- Wfelfare Bureau will be held at
witz, J. Katz, B. Kandle, and Do Kiaplan hall on Monday, March
Daum. 29, at 2 o'clock. All members are
urged to attend and bring their



The regular card party sponsor
ed by the Ladies' Auxiliary of tht
Miami Je~wish Orthodox Talmuc
Torah next Tuesday night hai
been posctponed because of th~
theatre party and Purim play
given by the Young Israel club.

Last, Sunday night one of the
regular bridge parties sponsored
by Beth David Sisterhood for th~
benefit of its Talmud Torah Chain
Fuhd w~as peld at Beth Daivid
auditorium with more than thirty
tables of bridge in play. Mesdames
Louis Weinkle, Wolf Cohen, Re
becca Y'unes and Carl WCemnkle
were the hostesses. The door
prize was won by Mrs. Charles
High score prizes were won by
Mesdames B. Kandle, Mrs. J.
Ginsberg of Chicago, Mrs. A. Au-
gast, Mrs. S. Wimmer of Fargo,
N. D.; Mrs. C. Raff, and Mrs. S.
Brenso~n of Brooklyn, N. Y. At
a late hour refreshments were

Next Sunday morning Beth

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Isaacs and
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Arnold who
have been sponsoring the theatre
benefits at the Tivoli Theatre an-
nounce that all tickets will be
good to March 27, the manage-
ment of the Theatre having ex-
tended the time. The proceeds
are used for the Beth David Tal-
mud Torah Chain Fund under the i
auspices of the Beth David Sis-

The Allied Jewish Campaign
committee is still conducting ;ts
campaign for the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee and the Palestine
Fund, started about two waeeks
tgo u am temono 6 dinn t
States Circuit Court of Appeals.
The committee in charge is head-
:d by hili n, drmessas Bone -
Apte and Harry Simonhoff as a -
tive co-chairmen *

A very. pretty affair was he d
at Beth David autditoriam last
Thursday night under the suspaces
of the J. G. C. Club for the b~ene-
fit of the Jewish Welfare Bureau
and a tidy sum was realized for
that worthy organi atso were
charge of the arrangemet hwrtz.
Ethel Mintzer, Aendi Sc Levin.
Lillian Eisman, ordd fore hmigh
Prizes wendebacious rereshmen
scores and dicor ers~~
wRere served.

The Unaited Order of Troe Sis-
ters Visiting Circe will hold hin

fom ofaPurim party on Tpes-
day, M1afi 2,1 at EsPl h siser
gianmn 2 p in. sstr
and finsm od~l nie
to attend.

T last meeting of the Masda
Club took pl~ae at th & r f
Miss Chrot npntr
the nert eleelafarr~

avid Sisterhood

will entertain

the children of its Sunday school
at a Purim party. A play will be
presented under the direction of
Stanley C. Myers and then gifts
will be given to the children by
Mrs. Morris Dubler who is in
charge of arrangements for this

vio rise fundsego tes H be
rash L'Morim) of Chicago, Ill., a
committee of Chicagoans have ar-

evening, March 22, at 6:30 p. m.
Tickets are $2.50 each and half
of the proceeds will be given to
the institution. The committee in
char,-e is headed by Mr. A. Rabu-
chin who is being assisted by
1Messrs. H. Berkowsky, E. Liber-
man, Shapiro, Steiner and A.
Jaffe. According to the commit-
tee honorary guests invited to at-
tend are Rev. Hirsch Masliansky
and Rabbi L. Azerod of the Beach.

The Senior Connecil of Jewish
Women will hold an important
Board meeting at K~apan hall next
Wednesday, Mdarch 23, at 1:15 p.
m. to be followed by a regular
meeting of the membership, bpe.
ginning at l2p. m.p An nm esie

social hour /in charg of Mrs.
Leis Brown, hospitality chair-
man, will follow the business esee
Sion. Because no meeting of the
organization was held in Feb~ra-
-,, ""*mif :"'' ",l ive th
report will be presented by Mrs.
Morris Durbler chairman of the


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The Way of Life
Years ago an eminent econonust
had an idea.
Selecting one protestant denom-
ination whose records had been
kept carefully, he set down the
number of new members added
oac her. lupphoesitel thsine anh
year from an economic standpoin
as prosperous 05r lad.anifain
year; nineteen thousand people
joined this particular church. In
1866 came panic, and new mem-
bers jumped to thirty thousand.
Then years of "good" times, but
bad times for the church, unts '1
the panic of 1873, when up shot
the membership, reaching a "new
high" in 1877, when prosperity
registered a "new low.
Panic in 1893 was followed by
a church gain in 1894; the pin h
of 1907 by a boost in membership .
in 1908. And so on.


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Mo Ynths .,, )n

Yol~aume V. -Number 12.
Friday. March 18, 1932 ,

Cr- 'i

Friday, ~March 18~ 1~9


t'Age Four

After being robbed three timep
a Chicago bank, is now doing bus
iness with locked doors, and a
trons are admitted only after pe
sen igo lhei credent mesthroug

iness is stl fl, bt the proposed
additioknrd aanzoat dal rigre,

guarding the battlements, is x
pected to make the place reason
ably safe.

I expected a No"
When I sent in this poem.
It is usually so*
I expected a No"
But editors grow
Tobe careless, God bless 'em.
I expected a "No"-
So I sent in this poem.
The average man might be fair-
ly happy if he could forget all
the mean things that he knowsJ
about himself.

They fail, and they alone, who
have not striven.

A letter to a Chicago medical
publicist, asking what is to be
done about the flock of 14 boils,
is signed J. F. This is perhaps
the first int matio that Job had
a fami y name.

Little ash trays.
Little mugs,
Ltle pictures,

Little cushions,
Little lights
Done in blues and

Little turbans,
Little wraps,
Little blouses,
Little caps,
Little whatnots,
Little beds,
Done in whites and

I~~~~~ fICS81

The best newfs I have seen In
the papers in a long time is the
announcement that Henry Ford is
about to start production on a
new- line of cars. Lots of people
have been w-aitaing to make up
their minds what car to buy this
spring until they see the new Ford.
I think there is going to be a
big rush for newf cars of all makes
as soon as the newf Ford models
are shown. Most of the cars now
in use are pretty w-ell shot, and
nowf that the definite upswing :n
business and industry has begun,

reds and whites.

blues and reds.

Little baskets,
Little pads,
Little, poems,
Little ads,
Little gifts

til s ugll t Lto e get er -IJK~ o~IrV e~veryone, t
ev-er in the automobile business, I fancy the same thing is hap- Little thought of Washington.
for Ford and for everybody else pening today; at least our church I !
who makes a good, low-price car. has been full recently. Last Sun- Major General Washington
SLEAREDSHIP And the number of men w-ho day the pastor chose this unusual Standing in a boat
SToo often has Grreater Miami wilg akt oki h odtx:.Kept his balance cleverly
i ~~factofpg~~?irakeli a big dent mn "And when David inqured of And remained afloat.
showfn it~Qs Tailoconfidence in its the themplloyment: situation. Jehovah (as to whether he should
leaders, particularly in its sppiri- attack the Philistines) Jehovah Ia uta oda e
E-ual heads. Abut a year ago* WA~LLACE ad n tsalb hnto In my mut oldet way,
rTemple Israel set a splendid ex-i The death of Edg~ar W~allace, h~eare'st the sound of marching in I maintain a balance in
sample when it elected Rabbi Ja- most prolific writer of detective trhe tops of the mulberry trees Several banks today.
!cobs~ H. aplan as its scpiritual fiction. is a personal loss to hun- that then thou shalt bestir thy-
)eac h life. Last Wednesday at drw~is of thousands of Americans elf; for then is Jehovah gone on .
congregation Beth Jacob of MIi- who, have been in the habit of before thee.". An escaped lion roamed an Ohio
iami Beach at an election meeting, redn vr e alc ok Tepece adta eiincity for an hour before extricat-
fl t o ficers wereoagan c reen as son a it came ot~ No writer z onsists in being able to recog- in g ti l rsmfeldo bcokwno cpi
,foranoter trm o o y ear ver lived who produced such an nize the extraordinary in the or vt
Moreparicuarl worhy f nteimmense volume of entertaining dinary things of life. ,,
however, is the unanimous action stories of such uniformly high~ Many people hear the wind an
of the members in electing its qiualityV. Wallace frequently worki- hetesansa:"titewnd Most everyone else has seen the
spartua leaer abbiLazrused on three or four brooks at once in the trees." Now and then comes lgt u eiltr eead
Axef Irnd its Cantor, Bori; dictating each to a differ-ent ste- otne who says: "It is the footsteps there still try to carry on cal-
S'c~ahiat a B a b irterm no .grapher. and more than on~ce of Jehovah.', pagne spending with beer money.
on -er wrote anio i ~b entire full-sized novel Many people see the turmoil of '''
congr~atulated upon having confi- in less than a we~ek. He was the present. and say: "It is conl- Oh, to be anywhere with you-
dence in itself and thus showing nev-er at a loss for a plot, and his fusion; it is anarchy; it is hope- Under a cloudless sky of blue'
confidence for its future. chiaracters carried the stamp of less. But those who are wiser Under the sun on the warm brown
Though we have had our differ- reality. say: '"It is God remoulding His sand,
ences with Rabbi Azelrod in the Edgar W~allace was a giant of w-orld into a new and better image. Feeling the touch of your friendly
past ye~ar, hesitated not to express a man, of apparently limitless Let us bestir ourselves and go hn-
ourselves rather emphatically, we physical energy. but even the f rard Hearing your voice your laugh-
are happy to congratulate him strongest is not proof against ter, too,
The sermon lifted us. It was a
upon his re-election. Wfe take this) pneumonia. There are many- oth- Oh, to be anywhere, now, with
means of pledging to the Congre-( er good writers of first-rate de- cerpohtcvieanucn you!
gation and particularly\ to Rabbi tective stories, but ndne who has ta h oe hc aete
world has not deserted it, is stlil
Azrelrod our unsti.nted support in W'allace's energy and capqeity for Oh, for winding road and wide,
every .mov-ement that wFill benefit rapid wTork. working in it. It made us feel There to be trudging by your side,
the Jewish community of Miamui thtw uh olf u ysadThere to be sharing your joyous
Bach sad Greater Miami. We BTLE be active, lest these great and far- sog
fee Rabidire i juI~r. Ni aolas M urral Butter 5 cagsp ett s Pillowed sin shade on the soft cool

chat Isbrte mke Bethet ani I advise all preachers these days Bs,
proper uhneh to vai ersar a,. se President of Columbi:1 < preach a positive faith. To Dreaming with you as the hours
Jato ne of th oetno in eon Univers yS inut ge- Tr eCi-9 put aside any: sermon that criti- p"ss.

is a splendid field there for the -umbia has become the largest ea prec confidiscourand coeu Oh, to be anywhere with you-
establishment and development of univ-erscity in the w-orld, with a n hoe Sailing a lake of saffron hue;
a real Talmud Torah in the true onsme-thi ag like thirty thousand g ndoe Counting the stai-s from the depths
sense of Judiasm. There exists stdnt n asaf fthe Mn need this now. If the o ih;
in Miami Beach for a hard workE- thousand professors and instn.c- chrhcnpoiethehuh Just sitting still in the candle
ing and well meaning Rab~bi the ter rll make great gains. Bad times lih
real opportunity for making of Thr r odmn epehave always been its best times.Kown yu'e ertom-
Miamni Beeach a Jewish community who think that Dr. Butler talks1 carmng, t Q
.complete in every respect, "tta tno much, but they are mainly SILVER Oh, to be anywhere, now with you!
Gott and tzo le~it". The field for folksr who don't like what he says. i!!!
a real Rabbi, such as we believe There is no stauncher defender of Now- that the major financial The less you say the less you
the spiritual head of Beth Jacob the fundamental principles of de problems of the nation ame rapidylyhave to Correct
to be., is unlimited, if conrfined mocracy than he. And I do not being cleared up, attention in a,,
to his spiritual work and leader- know of anyon who had a sound. Washington is focusing again on Le vr a tedt is
ship of his flock. er or more complete foundation rthe monetary position of silver. own business.
To~ the members of Beth Jacob o f education to begin with, or who of which I hav-e spoken Jefore in I v.
Congretation, prermit us to say. has made as good use of it, as this column. The way to be gone is not to i
"It now lies within year power N;ichfoilasc Murray Butler. His in- Senator Pittman of Nev-ada has staI.
to build a community in Miami flurence over thrirty successive arra. introduced a bill for the purchas-e 9 I
Beach as has never been drieuamt dating classes of Columbia ~ifll b the government of five million To delay an undertaking is oft-
or ev-en thought of before. Your five for generations. ounces of silver a month, to be en to ruin it
Rabbi has had his trials and tri- It is a great responsibility; to pad for in silver certificates. That r r
Islations in the pas Alance, he ntr to guide the thinkrian of such probably will not be done injs ilt**
can do~ nothing. With your co-op- a host of young people, but on the that way, but I kow so many peot- cess. iec s emte fsc
eration and active aid he can ae- whole I think Dr. Butlerkhas made Ple in influential fumacial and r
coppish much.. Aid him by tr- a good job of it. political cireles who believe that All affectation is a fault that
smoing finanial crare d wor- sometbhing msat be don to restore can be only remedied by bein I
ries froma the Rabbi's mind and silver to its money position, and honest yin
tiam Let him ~devote his abilites tion that comes with a real spiri- whoa are working so hard and in- r r i
to se Synargogue asasurd at a tea life and acieoenatrt will be teigently toward that end that A *a *h lisi e aei
decent be~dlihoo and contentennt. your reward" To that eaccmplish- I believe we shall see something the marn wh~o lies ic bed lte ina
'te rsulnts yee ~dnesire seeb S as met thet Jewish Ploridian pledges efPfecdve deae about it bleforner tOr mornig lo sres much ofthe day
bound tO ceas, rand the atibe its very orbu avsmchtmefr

I !
An unemployment committee in
the East has placed the recent fa
j their of triplets as a night watch-
man. It is not what he wanted,


but should enable him to catch up
wt is s eep.

Maybe this ocean travel on the
easy payment plan should be tried
out first around the Thousand Is-
lands, where a fellow behind in
his installments won't have far
to swim'

Shieks in Arabia now take their
wives along in separate cars bus,
touring. Travel by sight-seeing
bus, with all that backseat driv-
ing, had become unbearable.
Western growers are labeling
their potato sacks, "this bag
makes an excellent dish towel,"
Afaybe a bigg r busiu ss-gete

with sleeves.

We give our friends advice but
not our pocket oks.

The fillt thing necessary
know when you start to tramn a
dog is to know more than the dog.

Now adays one hand washes the
other--if there is a little soap.

A speech when too long pleae
no one.

If you keep your nose onto
the other man's business you are
well off.thol
Anywaey the hen is tebreak*
institutionn that delivenl asanitary
~ast food in a natural sntr

Oh, patience. Whbel re leav
when ladies wKho enter and ev
he hotel stop in the revolving
oeors to fix their stocktings

If you tanlld in wztharm bi the
eoa have little to fear fo b

You cannot gett busineOs out O
mar~n who has none to give.

People who try':i to sin the
nt~l~ ee s la~medu themelves.


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Engl's rendering "Ata Boker"
sad othe compositios.
It wood be well to inquire into t
'h maeie of the traditional SaS-
bath night for i an uderstanding
of rthe meolodies of th~e Seiihot~h
the~ prelud of rhe algh Holy

There is more delg~ht in boy~
than in, enjoymnct.


seclaziriebei xber reguar mee:-
ig at the. Tem~pl-.

of Bethk Isrl Cnrgto a

neid at the~ Temple with Dir. Car;
N. Bearma o~ffician follwe

Beth El Congn~-gs:!:mr beld the~ir
rela F;mLrida Boight 3erice at
~;-schzzer ofeatirg.

tl To Be:EIs~- se: Sirer-d er
isEi:-r.l I-r_ M ~ Madams~ Ber-

:ne -~ied i s-enan arBf. Pr:z-I
were"~ awardedjf and refr~EshmerLI;

&E-s E: 51=trbadrS `feld terCLT

somet of Mr. and M1rs. Morrms Dah-,
rl- 2@ Grrernrerr Dr-;ive. ~rdelous
refreshmerL= I we~rf served~ ty *he~
k:5s~ and ~P;ie werfe awarded

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A sufccssful mran may; be lazy
in the bcdy bt~M must be actie in
his~ hed

-- -- -- -JEW~ISH .11ESIC
Announcements A -S A LANGUAGE OF
'- ~- ------JEWCISH LIFE
CONGREGATION If one doubts :hat Judaisme i .
(Orthodox) braces more than dj~ivie wosrs=:_.
1545 S. W. Third Street that the religious attitude so, co- r
JONAH~ E. CAPLAN, Rabbi 'nate our w-ays of life th~at it 2;-u
be accounted the v-ery- upwe li
The regular early services wIll1 waters of our social and a ii~
begin at 6 p. m. Friday evening v itality. let him attune i ~
with the late services at 8:30 when to Jewfish song. LEt: him. isr-
Rabbi Caplan w~ill preach on,,, acuithsl l Er
"'Haman and Hilr .d e usual ish musical forms an-d h wi 6 ;
resp'onsive reading and congrega- cover, that song and prayer a
national singing will be con uct- intimately- bouund up :ogete and
ed. Saturday; morning serv-ices be- that one w-r~:ithou the wr ir =Pu:-e
gin at occk inconei-able. Hef will fir.d th 1-
ifor the mostI~ par. EJewi~S jolk
Purim services wcill begin M~on- music deriv-es from: Jer:~:.s pry
day- evening, M~arch 21, at 7:00 and that many- bits of litu-gical
p. m.. when the "Megillab" will s'ongs descend f~orom tune ra ged ~~
be read. Special services wfill be in at, the fefStive boazrd-a musick l
conducted because of Purim on expression, of :he Jeffsec r~arner
Tuesday morning at 8:30. 2of hirnng.

~~sy .zes Uze wEek'-day atmoI-

r:t ::s abr~ianc rf zpi-: and

Llfir': irm f

o. `L:Eai~ "cs-2 Or. :5 noa

ar as.C~ B team a
;s i .~ c o v e r y 5a g e s In s u c h a
a- ji a:;i. t;::2. :1.0-:..r The male

?Iacc. ; on-. ?bT-C ftS:r
derftrl i== r: **< re;,-. The ;-try
.tb: fir ad : d elea3r--

r ess : :Ee= LSabba:E ffe:4 rod
-m3:- I -Je ir rs hi; -: Lec

LT! an dh1C.h-sE:

on Passovr ahe Cmices of
wes~8a dk *9* *ntb

he wedd. to demobd


(Conservative) tingb is a ho~use of pray T. .15 :+x:
139 N. W. Third Avenue i nitnl piiul eek
S. M1. MfACHTEI, Rabbi esi em orfe : J
outlook; on life asd to rrecapir;::4
Rabbi.~ M. Machtei will preach the Doune: i L:If 1

; eniencers 01 : to irndi;-id-;r; and .
the community. "Lk: a 2`ar ;L-
derst:and the meanirg sure~d awaF ~
in. musical lines, arnd h wi~ll `r
sustained w~ith spiritual pabul2 -,-
I-,r the res:r oi :cis ;ife." ski
great ar.d th~oughtu rin icism i~
In the weeik-day; AmidakEt
hard w-orkiing Galut-dd~rern Jew
pours otu: h~ir afcicrtd sul. Ito
Amidalecomes as a refuge i: Tis
humnble, beliabored JTew sEeray :O
wirest a livinge fromr :E~e wa~r aof
material thingr. ThE n:2sical s:Fle
of the weeuk-ay Am~idabs i :1-e
0: abjectrion an-d hopL~-elSSne;Ss TN
s-pel it ca~sts .s hardlr calculced
to~ arouse fee~lirng : c-owagr. arr.
bition, or trrimp`h. I=I aspril-.ratins
doa not' ri se i:` igh IiEg of is '

not to be~ found~ :ht "frgveff US.
O, Our Fahebrs" of :Ee sede;r
Highr Holy~ Days wher :Z IS spokjEtr
amid a ciamlor of' -~r;eson- I~~-
tencee. He~E if a char:II. which 6:-
v-ers close t :.I f3i rEalTite~ 3f -GE

exac~ctions. Ther ahf-ir- aner
the weekday; "Thoui AnT Holy-~ are
thios of a Jewa whoI i- everlastingi-
ly harassefd by; need s wich~ a's
beyond h~is power~ lif f-filliv.
This Jew frequenr!y Larnes as h*
M i A id h

L.a: fT es. s~Tai~Llf a -Zarpage
:5~RF andsres ,cl peac. >;ly::
ee i 47:---.e ho rs f rme
more ~than 1. -is praye-. Th~w

5bar-`ria:E ab>. Tte rjeefu ness of
mi :b hospit ~ arlt -Peat
a ;7r :sia I is pr
glearsfIQ~Z -f-b bsi a. -

Arar Be :-::.~TiT -gi seL eso

r ::ed :SE-l er:*TCat-io oi -f ~e J-
ish life.o Thef sever :5tF~ :be w=+k
day pries ::E 5s we i mer-

Ji a's eraeu IIEfe"~ff cqr. ,. 5::-

torSr r -d La i rs r.; pzrir A-
-ho :EEr~~ sabbrf TrEr* :W
are~~ Te :vi- eLve'fTf 2

isfx~-a~sf mber~ rof th a et~ The ~k~

.-=2sel. to sin -he que=::orag
melancholy measy~T If ~the Erns;-

music~- ofit oe Itabbao~-h I : n;
s like ffase4 sangS 9: fthe

at the 8 p. m. serv-ices today on
'Purim"'. The Feast Of Esther
will be discussed from its histor-
ical influence on present day Jef-
ish life. Cantor Louis Hayman
w-ill cant the ritual. During the
forum that follows, Rabbi MIach-
tai w-ill answer questions. A~ so-
eial hour wfill followf. Sabbath ser-
vices will begin at 8:30 a. m. to-
morrowf. Sunday school classes
w~ill be held at 10 a. m. on Sunday-
The Purim program of the SundaY
School wJill be presented by tlw
pupils in the auditorium of the
Talmud Torah building.
The Miegillab,--the Scroll of the
Book of Esther, wfill be read at
; a. m. on MIonday, MCarch 21.
Purim services fill be held on
Tuesday at 8 a. m. and 6:30 p. m.


137 N., E. ietecnth Street
Serv-iceswfill be held at Temple
Israel, reform Jewfish congrega-
tion., 137i N. E. 19th St., Friday
evening at 8:15. Dr. Kaplan will
speak on the subject, "Anti-Semi-
tism. a Poor Substitute for Real

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'fue~rssv er~ fin ~Class A ~fscol

award~ CE The ,=-at' arE: Editor
ir chief sf =the pu~icator. Sytrird

ae- ed':0r. ad Be~ry Lady. E-
si=ar eir. MhaT~iss ~ei arjI-* 15
-h e corre-ndn of Hfigh _schwlf pb i
llien~-tin and wa=~ severL~f the a ga
kno~'~ r of r=d'EW;,~i frlb';e Ocmbi
Urvrt ypbicto frte aa

Patriotism". The public is wre: reci~tes ;the b-L
come. hurried~ inhs m; Iiers Scamse `:o Lhome at~ 't~fhe oa'j end~P Zing the lz''~'c'')'("~/)''-
dazzling prospect -:f pwea-d awaif ae I2' ascritae -nei compose fo- ~ HT TRAY'IEL ALONEZ 3 -It W~Il~ P oay to See TsI
him. He po~urs c- ito- hi ayrs -P~e'rz ~fs -"Ball' Agalf as weE a OBERTS ACTO TRAVEEL
(Orthodoz) Sh~ar Car Exense Onl
311 Washington Avenae We Secure Refrees on~ Bork Privae C
MiamiBeachOwner and Guest Passengers
Regular early services will be~ L -2553 Mdiami Bechf 454 Calls Ave.
held tonight at 6 p. m. with the At Its Bes 8

"'Purim".. Congregational singing ~~
and the traditional chanting w~ill
be led by Cantor Boris Schaleb- g
man. Special services will be beid
in obs"",a"'l of """d on ?o-~~~ 10 EXCITING R~ACES 10 M .Aa cremc
morning at 8 a. m., when the "MeI- NIHL-ECP SNA
gillah" will be read. h'l,,n- ., R om anni

On Sunday afternoons, MQarch 27 41 EIGHTH STE Wgar-PALMl anBACH~~L
::o ::,.,e-.e:an ~J WEST FLAGLER
the reigious ~school wmi be held
to ~which the children of Beth W.~c FlagK NNLerB ,~'
David have been invited.Th at Where Tra will obtain a rdeighttal Koshern~ mealhoe
Sisterhood wHlI give a Pars en-l B7th Ave .t dP
ttabinment on March 27 at b DL~ t BP`e Aib N& cgam tilbe


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Daily Broadcast
6:45 ~- HTIOD

S-tate L~a Prohibits Admission of Mbianor

GO EST TO RE;D ROAD--- Lunch at thet bretifal clab hees or
gggy 4, 'fRggl grndstand rafeteria de~idteam feed
Dema beennes l~eave SI. YeotIina ArCae at dowartea prices.
entruanc; seemsr and brsse kere
FRa nd Beektlerr for hirre ear CAILL, EVE~RGREENc 96 FORI
Leae all krhotls irct for Park. RESZRVAINQSS


FRANK J. BRUENS, Pmresdet-Manaser


SP. .Danny) DANIElS

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A: ~ Hs~ On Erpse._ He Bas
F~h- Tt Br
Never Has He Forstake I-sse
TP8s C1n err r ** Pcp

And Sho Year Agprciatie ofQ I risms loa erir
Qitrn mantian ~Lrscamrs....z

ni-c unt Fai to I~niersty D y TmpleIsrel, ntlned he is- s w goto ress another of the running mate of My Laddie
TriCOIntyFai t UnverityDa d Isrelouetliof the Jeff the ss goalinerp-city matches is Pam Beaeb entered Maarsh Ribbo
Open, ~March 21st At Race Track i gin alng ttnfi.o te Pheld.Bech sent down a couple i h.e ool ined am ed tm
----------~~ ~~~ I...... "Byn Judaismd is pormo ryo ndst race twon of the and appear in top form. Marsh
Pro~mptly at 6:00! p.m. Monday. Every effort is being made by for a cooperative venture, and best performers at the West Flag- Ribbon saves lots of ground run-
March "1st the gates of the Tri- Fran Bruen andf his assistants- though all our existing creeds ler Kennel club in a special inter- ning near the rail on the turns,
County- Fair Assoceiation will be to make Saturday, Univ-erity- of may die, religion itself will no. city match race at the Flagler and seems to be the class of the
thrown open to the public, and Miami dayv at Trolpical Park, the die," he said. tIrack. visiting dogs.
what promise to be the outstand~- b gget day of the Florida racing Crediting Judaism with a debt Wa r a ae otk h BgnigTedyti ilb
ing fair of this territory- will be seasn. O~n that day. which is from Ch~ristianity- which "~is beyond place of Cardinal which has shown the only track in operation in
under way. thet last of racing in S~Outhem allI computation, in that it gave to bad form in schooling races, as Dade County.
Many~ new fe~ature and innora- FloridE a for the seasL~on. holders of it it's founder, Christ, who lived,
tions will be in effect. the princi- Seasonr~ badges andl complimentary preached, taught and died, a Jewf," )_ij~r,,,,,~,~~~~,,~,
ple of which wJil be the Change badgesp~ whether they are club- the Rev-. Don Henshaw of the)
o~f the mtain entrance on ;th Are. house~ or garandstand. will be re- Coral Gables Congregational A W e fE u ain lR ce to
trouguyh the Maiin Exhibit buid- quired to pyg $ft1.0 in addition to church. said "the failure of Gen-
ing. This will make it n~e~essar7~ the state tax on each ticket. The tiles, who followed Christ's teach- ,, -
that fthos attendingl~a view the dllart resulting from each ticket ings, to adopt established ruly.ON T FI
Agrcuturl.Homer Econ~omics,~i wil g toward the fund of the of the Jewish people divided ci
r~Indutr ial an oman's D~epar- unive~rsiy two beliefs into two religions."
mertnt before they set foot on the' Thec patherin~g expected to at- "Christianity justifies itself oe-
midwfayP. :ttcd the progmn will be t~rated fo~re the world in its service to AC 1 t 2 h
Reprts fronm varios~ s~uper- to the varied Wtalent of theatricalJ mankind."' the Rev. Henshawf said,
tendntsindcat cosidrsMe in sctebrities in this~ cset~ion. George 'andt in its humanitarianism. Not A
tems: friem H c~aph t to West HsEyI~-~. ir chare o~f the theatri- enly has it spread the belief of
Palm Beach. Th Poultry sho~ es: arrrangemets,~a has lIne up a Ch~rist:ianity. but it has spread a
wiit k augumentedL: this yr "t is: f performer whoc wit e~- knowlrede o~f medical surgery-i
the divF in of~r7 ta= whkh w~it be kY~Peafew, Silw:C~ ad ~11sexen~r haveY not: bee forgottenI~
som= he s ndvar u e. rmgemms Avas age a eei ia FLOWER SHOW WO7~MEN'S D)EPARTMHENJT
eT~i-s egg CIL howF~i r-t t rrla cs, SL) snowL-; by =:SLa-I: i r-5 HOMZE DEMONSTRATION PIGEONS
afzu==w of z T'e wart z- sh. Z-Tt was u: e -. c BringS In $1,301): RABBITS POULTRY

Sthe sure are~ daiy:s wtt be:;~2 **S'"tes T'aches of :Ee :a~ =ee 2ought benefit heldt
w wofe sw =< 4 e se -i a gt: ewsva- 36 Acts FREE VAUDEVILLE
fit *wi;k a few iusewdh setJ M-i. F-sa-k BEs-F~ ,z 1:- chasez IZ K" ii ilub. A. J. Ceary. chair- I
avaiaw.He eesa-- a: v s 2 ,a-ae.w~awe:EVERY AFTERNOON AND NIGHT
=der ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ E dedreieo im k-e4m::m navne H ucywtb given to thle

== na-soffs:sepin a= susc iZ- iin use,=. t wers um."Zc~ GENERAL~-G~L ADMISSION
devi~~~~~~~~~~et "-i 'sta -un' wiIglageo h oie u eBa ford~ ad Joe Aaas
9 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Iee=eaw a ~ 0oae s fm rc o ADULTS 25 CENTS CHILDREN 10 CENTS
aS~e s ofZ~ whir wi-: eteB~ZrgabE *"tC; ,e employment benfi an tae~'G N RA DMIS
e e= me ni Eriet Olls Leaders =fc =~ ese- ese -==- ........v

1- ~r ~LiCtie "." S

Lec at Temple

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