The Jewish Floridian ( March 23, 1932 )


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The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 23, 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
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
System ID:

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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 23, 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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To Be Provided

With Pa-ssover onlys four w-eeks~ All the Rab;: -z :
aayv Miam~i Jewry wt~ill be inter- re li amiD
ested to know- that they w-ill be ers of Je"~ rX': or 3
prov.ided! with Passov-er dairy pro- UCnited Sta.e 8 .
ducts in strict conformiity- with 31ssliansky- an: Ci; -l;
Jewish di~etary- laws. nl tedte
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ducer Association, one of the MIarch 27. a: :-. Zfsrr ifi _
largest dairy concerns in this see- Ortho"dox CrGrigrrr :g
tion o~f the country is composed 11. 3rd St.
of dairy. farmers of Dade and ste'Trh
Broward Counties. In an inter- broughtr tor the r-re I
,iew with a reporter of the Jew-- Synagogue :: w :1be e
ish Floridian, M1r. E. C. Fogg jr by- the sirgir.g of Psl
general manager of the Associa-- which Cantr.? Natha- W :
tion, said, "W'e have a large num- at Bii ~! cssr
ber of Jewish customers wFho dp- Cno oi clce:
sire to observe the Jewfish tradi- other local Canters w ': :Me ,
tions on Passover. To insure tha' 3Iusic by- Brrie .11ayerse.~ SC -
they: may still obtain the finest estra wlacmay:ear
of dairy products and ye~t be ob- thde 8c-roll will :her. .e :sa
serving their traditions we invite ~ed da ared a Bpeech of we~::: l
the Rabbis of Mliami's synagogues i md y:'epe :
to a conference." At this confer- the Conre~rgatio. R~a-bi Ja,: _
e~nce we agreed to set aside for Caplan of thEi Co' ? Wa:!: : w
the Passover wleeki one of our then speazk as; will Rabbii An II
daries, "The Melton Dairy" 'on and the other Rabbt.is. Th- a
Mliami Gardens Road and there tradit!0r.al cei~~iremoit s 1f C:rLTg
employ a "mashigiach tmidi" to

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liabbis of Greater Mdiami. JONAH E. CAPL AN. Rabb
Rabbis AIxelrod, Machtei and
Caplan w\ill be in full charge >f The usual ear::; f- i;y re p
our plants in connection with i1 services at 6 p. I:;.::. M i: :e
Inilk and other dairy products soHl ed by :he lawi rsave~- as ia l
to our Jewfish customers. Our when Rabbri Jr~a- E. Cair r:2
prices are but very little higher rreach one 'saI e. o
than regular charges and do not neregpa. ..r.a: i. non a~r :i
cover the extra cost that w-e havac :ng w;:l `te c-or.nersz. A s-:.e
gone tio. We have alwfays helc t"r n
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CONG;REGATION BETH JACOBI Se-iir a: -- Iril f, P.== B: Wein-'sc Sam~ ArrtE .a Ito obrB =vnerlc:-i-< `t befor *um r ato fhw 3ue y:m
(Orthodox) t mC e:c ,Irh$ E ec ak.Pi a o-- h s i s aace sodn:beajgdi cem
311 W~ashington Avenue B: .;-.Hwr enzSS.1wsde h adSsT f Court. The order. grew iOu o
Miami Beach at 8:15 p. m. nePce.Mne Chra Tesbcage htauuosh fa~iure of M~r. Williams to pa
L. AXELROD. Rabbi Dr. Kiaplan. w11 spa nth oaid aha ate of! intres agrgan $1- sumn olf $325 whic he had e0:
Friday evening early services subject "I aac M\. Wise, the foir- B olwn '- e825 dbe hre r a eted as BiRe~cvr a~ -th mater
begin at 6i p. m. with the late der of Americar. Reformo J da- "Orde fo!ac gi~ or~ ar -f-a was~i rep esente bys~ th awfr. L fJ3b n1ran ale o
serv-ices at 8 p. m. when Raorhi ism."' The public iscor-dially we:- E*e Hi:i. a fSiehf iobef cou-n: for. as per ar. Order of Ci.rt
Lazarus Axelrod will preach in come. roa-.~f .fL A e eal rodK*e.At eedm eerpeetdb oeie las Dcmber.
English. The chanting and con-j Sundayv afteve a~ fr~omr a toI ", .he 1swF Erz cr o Gan-ier. W-orle ilas safrerpei-
gregational singing will be in p. m. the Sistrerhood is givi~ng a ,~r f :e cti*d~re & Bourie. of th~e B'nal B rthS Lodge. is ecnc
charge~ of Cantor Boris Schlach- M~askl Purim Dance for the c'Il-ae .. -Tedfnatw)fl a. me-~3 prsin ofte Greater M~aia
man. !dren of the R~eigiou Shchol. and Rabbi B.Buger is head o~f th- e Jewisha~ Ceetr Assocsio vi nz
Saturday morning the Rabbi have invited the children of Be-h Rjit deph Shlom; Cos~ingrg ti on~ r an : 1 on for 9i a ;BL ne tia acoding t~o pr~esideml o~ Zhe Frt-_ieni Its as 5
will preach in YLiddish, and the David to be their guEsts-. clcarge of act~ivies. itsaores-v pr~esidet of Beth Davi-d Synr-
services will be sondutctd by Can-i agogue.~ Until NCrecly be was~ 9
tor Schlachman. -~ -ea estate broker..
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COGRGAIO BTHDAID Tune In Sundar' 2 p. m. Station ".s o ,s
13s". W, Tir. ^;""e W QA M Benefit Concert

The Miami Chapter, A; A. T0 Be GriVeR
wRill be in charge of the 8 p. i The Jewfish Floridian program presented everyT Sundayr afternoon over Statloeel ionte
se vices at Congregation Beth VA einn t2 .m srpeewt entertainment evr iueo aurice Gold~ma, ~weH nown~
sion doft and r t a the entire time it is on the air. Music that brings back memories of years xim ilns ssosra

cantor Louis HaymanU. The ser- ago to the old ones, acquaints the young ones with Jewish music that yo~u and benefit concert next Wecdnesday
vices will be conducted by Milton they want to know, played in the real Jewfish inimitable manner by- the Jewf- c8 P xut 90nanru
'A. Friedman, Alvin Rliebter, Mor- ish Floridian Orchestra, under the direction of Bernie May~erson, assisted by notel xiami Beach for thre bene-
f' Raff, Cy Blumenthal, and sam noe oassi rsne o oretranetWould you like to hav-e fit of a family in distresa Amog

l~r is trM8 & iesahte from td some particular music played or sung for you? Don't hesitate, but write 'lhe those taking pat in the cooert will
Pulpit of Congregsltaon Beth Da- JTewish Floridian Program in care of Statfion WQAM and your wish will be ~ k tewell known atri Qmrs e
vid, speaking on "Samuoel's Fare- complied with. i drs e oh tnt

*epie niT orrow mos:2 a. m.Sunday 2 p. sa for Real Enjoyaneat, Tu~ne la ea WQAMI rEh esj~a as iu..*,e...tias....
8 Ihe public is agedB to atteml sat
SadarI School classes winl meet teamsinfewl enmnl
at 10 a. m. on Sunday.

- Siy-om liatorah~" Ceremonies Sunday- Night

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The~ La bc~e
M amci 3Jewis;:

card; parsses
::f the- Synla
~evenirn. Mat
r o'clock~b. TI
devot-~ed ;.o th
Talmud Tora

For high~ sco:

Mrs~. Adele
review of "I
a Germani no
at the meetil
ning, at the
Weiissell in C

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A large number of men, wo-
men and children including tou~-.
ists attended the Purim services --i..~a,;
Tuesday night at the B'nai Israel *.d
Sylnagogue here. Rabbi L. Lehrer
conducted the services.Fol-
ing the services the president Mr.
Louis Boston and his wife wein~
hosts at a party at which haman j
tashen and other refreshments ~~~
were served to all.

of Ris s rsp Robu. 180~ S. WT. sioni follwe~

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mean~~~~~3 eman au a e .a.arh a
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secrilee To Jiewish` though:, and
Jewish life.
The dinner -: mi be:I~ atles..
':tireu;reSt as ar.y ilnter the ;Tews
car 6;:tnz. anZ arfbt ea iZRner of

n-': 1 be tsaken up. and a Interest l
;; Ja k:shr idesls th~~~-roug p~rede:-

Tr\Ick ets ; 1ii ;:o b~~e sod t Far -

of their ;Iwn-, as ;.his is ;o be a
m~~i? ly inner for ~.th con~cgrg-
;:n.: :hrn:i.
A:tc:endance at :tis dirnner does
:a;r meni-; that oni must a:tent: j

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snril~c' (anix San:-.r thll dre: :e

c:ng ?oclk; songs.5 Mrr. S. I~~ .ri
resonibe ort~he entire pr 2- :
Frhrm, T~he- pubbe:c i inrtred 10 ~
m:.:end andC r. nonunaTE etran**e fee

C~haptrer No...o UT ~. E. 1S. is ho;d- I
.ng EZ: T.PimpoYr-.;r bu)Siness me~:-
ing s ath :be S,:Coms Rite Temrple.
The: business ~sss2m will be fo!-
!towed by at. 'Easter Egg~L Butt
an refreshments wil~: h~E Se~rvd.

The Ju~nj~ior Chater of Eadas- 1
sat will entena-ic it members l
and friends~ at a Purim partT
Monndayr evening. MRE[Lch 2i\. be-
ginnmg at E o'clock at the borne


C,1***************************************** the members. The regular Friday night serv- ar large package party for the
o a ih etmeinTedg.ces will be held at the Temple benefit of the building fundo

S O I Eil5 Tii & :9 heldi attehm 61ce ilb olwdby a se-)number of residents and tonrst

o a Berg will review "MagnificentO5 Next Sunday evening, Iar 2
+ o sessions," by Lloyd C. Douglas. man. ***teSseho ssosrh2
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rr~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~O~~~~~~Q~~9The regular semi-monthly meet- card party at the Commnunnk
Friday- ev-ening, A9pril 1st., the 22nd Road. Entertainment that; Many: of Miami's leading citi- ing of the Beth El Congregation House for the benefit of the Con
ladies of the Siste~rhood of Te~m- will provide real fun and rcefresh- zens, both Jewish and non-Jewish was held Wednesday night at the gregation and all are invited t
ple Israel are going to give at ments will be provided all attend- attended the funeral of the late Community House. Various im- attend. Prizjes will be given i,,
the Temple, a Sabbath Service ing. A ten cent Purim gift is the Mrs. Katie Fine, widow of Louis portent matters were discussed high scores arid refreshments will
Dinner for the membersr of the only admission charge that will Fine, Miami's pioneer Jewfish and disposed of. be served.,
Congrgation. be made and these gifts will be citizen, last Friday afternoon. i *
Rabbi Dr. Jacob Hi. Kaplan in exmchanged among t~he members. Rabbi S. M1. Machtei officiated at Mr. and Mrs. Jack Green ofl Wednesday night the Sisterhood
annoncig i sai: "hisdinnr, the services which was conducted 15075i Florida Ave. are receiv- entertained more than two hun-
I eliev-e, is the beginning of an A meeting of the Mazda Club in the home of her daughter, Mrs. ing congratulations upon the ar- dred guests at a benefit Purian
emotional interest in Jewish re- was held Thursday at the home Nathan Goldman with whom the rival of a baby son last Sunday] supper. Following the supper dur.
;igious life. It has for its object, of Miss Dot Roth when a program deceased had resided for the past iat Kopplins Maternity Hospital. ing which a musical program was
fast of all. to bring the members wa presented. Those taking part eight years. Several hundred people The circumcision will take place Ipresented, cards were played by
together o~n the Sabbath ev-e for wrre Ida Safer, Rose Cromer, accomanied the ortege from the at the Hospital Sunay morning. man
SJewfish Sabbhathf nwal -t p~ar- Charlot~e Rappaport and Anita home past Beth David Synagogue Mrs. Green is the former Barbara ----
akte in the relig~ious cerem~oniea ~Bernstein, an oteBt Dvdscino Greenberg of Miami. Regular services at the Congre.
hat are b~eauti;ful and vital ;o i the City- Cemetery where the de-* gallon B'nai Israel are held every
modern: Jew-s, to litewn to inspir- Tseirsiertdinttd-esdwalido rest next to Rabbi Dr. Alex S. Kleinfeld re- Friday evening and Saturday
ng sngsthatexpess he ab-ing the five dollar giv-e, get or the grave of her late husband. signed his position as the spirit- morning under the direction lf
~ath spirit. to have~ explained to earn dinner of the Junior Radas- Surviving are two sons, Joseph ual head of Congregation Beth El .Rabbi L. LeRhrer.
hem: Jewish celrmon~ies penam~- sa~h are urged To get in touch with M. and Isidor and one daughter-' last week. Services on Friday
ng o te abbth ha wee oceMiss Reitt Merson or Miss Bebe M(rs. Nathan Goldman. night will be conducted by lay "Fish also puzzled by unusual
rradctced byr the Jews in their Goldenblank as the date for the members of the congregation. w-inter." Mlenominee headline
loei adher ~~n ic~~~ed n affa:rz \- ery- clolse-. More than two hundred resi- WJ ll, then, we really shouldn't
ou: :T r. st inrest;irF way? Con- ***
a a r~tne andl tourists attended the' wonder at the human nrni




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In celebrations. of their forty- Purim Dinner of the Beth David
sixt;h weding~~r anni-e~rsary-. Mr. Sisterhood at its Talmud Torah
and Mlrs. Dav-id Lefkow-itz of C~an:- auditorium last Sunday evening.
den,. N. J7., gave a party- recently Isider Cohen acted as toastmas-
h;: the Hibisc~us apartments. Many :ter-. The Inv-ocation wfas offered
:o-orrh:ulrtory :elegrams were 1 by R~abbi S. M1. Machtei. Those
ceived.on the musical program were Mlrs.
Son\-a Snowr~e who was accompan-
The Temple Israel Sisterhood~i ied b- Mrs. Adler: Louis Hay-man
pensoringF a card party at IK~-ap. wo was accompanied by Rabbi A.
1 r.S hall Wiednedaya? ev-ening March S. Kileinftld: MlrE. Charles Mlarko"
SE. at 2:Si0 p. m. Mrs. Julius witz. M1r. MI. Greenberg in a ven-
D~amensteir. chairman of the Igase triloquist act.. The benediction
Md. Wise Memorial Fund for Mdiami was offered by Rabbi A. S. Klein-
. in ;arge of a program tha: :eld of W~est Palm Beach. A large
wa;ll be Fp~resente prior to the calJ d numbr of' Shalc)h MIonos bask-
:,;al E. Musical n~umbers ill bect on ere sold during the evening
vreser~ted followring: a talk: on the and a tidy sum realized for the
fe oi Rsbb Wise by Dr. Jacob, Talm~ud Torah fund. MIrs. S. J.
H. K~aplan: of the Templie. a pco a chairman of the
0: :Ae pr~cee~ds nwi be~i given : 0cnln n tree in charge of arrange-
:he WT~ise Mlemorial Fundi. Prizes n ms:-
-il: be givcen and refreshments
:eve I

Last Wednesday night Mr. and
Jirs. MI. Feldman celebrated their
thirty-second ivedding anniversary
with the traditional Purim sup-l;
per. Rabbi L. Lehrer spoke con-'
gratulating the couple and also -
sang traditional melodies and folk
songs. Mr. Feldman responded and :.
thanked all for their good wiishes.
Among those present wele
11ir. and Mrs. Heller and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Abrams and famlil:;.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam K~atz and fam~-
ily, MIr. and Mrs. Sam Perlstein i-
and family, Mr. and Mrs. M. Rob.
bins and family. Rabbi and Mirs.
L. Lehrer and the officers of the
Sisterhood and Congregation B'nai

The S-isterhood of B'nai Israel
enteiltained last Sunday night at


mar. znc comcmunal worker in Mi.
rn~i BEachi who wasr injured ir. The Pur~im costume ball, w-hich
;r. zsai colliSstor. 6' Jan~~ week and w held at the Elks Club Sunday
wea a na~tjf-T, b thi- St. franc.I night:. wras one great success. there
I;P;EaIt :is now- at his home tn beirg 200l guet: present. This
;Ie Wm. P~ ent Hitel -here- be is affair wa sponsored by the Beth
ramse~il. srel Sziterhood.. Balloons help-
Mrs Shwatzvbowa in19 e~d To f7rm~ part of :the decr!ation
sea th im as lsoinjredthrough; u: the hall. whlich were
nf~:.CT~.l~irh T~fi;~ltste givenl p\to; ;ihe guest as fa-oc .

MIartin Chochom, Well known
Jewfish Tenor wFith years of
experience on the concert
stagee in a repertoire of music
embracing: five languages is
open for concert engagements.
Inquire. the JewFish Floridian

he is Onbodoxa Congregs-ra
d o o of ~its J eulro JOE- RESMATIN, INC.VR SNA A P

at ;he vesitrz roolmF STRICTLY KOSHER PROG RAMh
.,oruet nExT Tuesaz, .:arrn
rchi 29. brieginning at Meats and Poultry
he proceeds w-ill be 220 N. Riiami Ave.
ef maintenance of Irs IfG N. W. 5~th Sct. Ph. 3-2270Ra aieRaainDse
h.i Their publici~ is irr
zes wilbe awardje i n aail Thi CORCert Wrill pre- For Immediate Relief
res and refreshments X Kiosher Restaurant orf Dcort lre~es. consult
d1. Where Kashras and sent Jew~ish folk songs, DRS. ROWE &SHfANNON
r: f~~~Deicious Foodls Unite p plr hso the da, fore Restl ortice
1 ~inre Rose gave a; 265 N. E. 2nd St, Phn 2-55
Brother and Site~r",/ 12 yearsr experience in New York
vel by- Leonardi Frank,. and Atlantic City, and for past
ng~ of th orngh' 5ars with Royal Palm and
club Tueda eve Andnpht~ JeihDnc u Fluamino Hotels
home of MYrs. Samueld~h A Jws ac u i F YOU STILL DEMANDYI THE
:oral Gables. D~iscu- By Rr BSTP TRY
d, patcipate~d in byI "BARCON'S"
i The Jewish Floridian dst Coales Ave.

tS, INC. T'ESS PAINT STORE Orchestra ~mi ec
G~reaer New York~ PAINT~ OBBEiRS tInder the Is~dedersh of Sandwic Shop
- e~~slad...MI~u 2t-"l i C Fae t I BERIVIE MAYERSONY as Pi. a. Phot Ave
It? Fatte St Ph 2-484 ROMA bITB f0 A MEAL

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se% oerrlPlt an An Amr week
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Msr r. ho~bbe' Moe Bffar~ri d
New Yo-kl whot is sponsor of the
i sj To~mp Israd Qub~ Fee
i e orat~iOn~ whenI hP~e wasintro-
MM~9 to be sad~iene. Mr. Hari
wrho isr a winter resident of YMiami
anderwrote te play- and it was
through hLis ~effors; tha~t mu~h of j
the~ success was~ due.
Mri~ aing & presentation d l
tLM gsy & menembers t4 *he
Tomng Isae. t~he Newif ~a~ Op~r-
tcam Company presented "The
Babb''i' Danghter" ap there aLct
dtrama in fiddish. The lighting ef-
Ifart po alyiv~ O thet fast ae*
dreu a great orat~ion aind the at-
ng of the player caused ~man

Bernie MaYerson's Orcdtestry
playe the arccomrpanimem to, lth
Thce organization wiB~ sponsriz a
series of bridge pardes in hiita-
tinpg a membership eampaig in

Th ~Meninstiind commi~jtte obf
Temaple Israel Sisterhood hars pre-
sented th~e foleiring state oficrs
to b elected at the nex~t mQeetitg

sisted by Mlesd~mes R. E. Klei-
man. David Bogen, Phil Som'berr
and J .Wjlliams. The afternoon
wfill be spent in the playing of
bridge. and prizes will be given 1
for high scores. RBefreshmen~ts
will be sered during the aft~er-
noon. Inv-itations will be issued
only to those who have paid their
years does and those who hav~e
not yet paid may receive invita-
tion by making their payment

musicale. Mlrs. E. Krieger will be
the principle speaker.

A sewing luncheon will be held
at the home of Mrs." J. Hartz
Thursday afternoonr to sew for the
Palestine Supply Fund. Mrs. S.
Katz chairman of Palestine sup-
plies is in charge and asks that
all women interested please com-
municate with he.

Last Monday evening a group of
men and women interested in
forming a study group of Jewish
history and Zionism met at Beth
Jacob Synagogule under the lead-
ership of Mrs. Max Dobrin who
lead the disasnsion during the
eemaing. Harry Simonhoff presf-
dent of the local Zionist district
spoke briefly o nthe status of the
Jew in the 19th Century A-ssig 7
ment were made and plans di-
cussed for the next meeting of
the organization.

The Senior Council of Jewish
Women heard interesting reports
W-ednesday at the meeting at Ka?-
lan hall with Mlrs. Ben Watts pre-
siding. It was stated by Mrs.
Morris Dunbler that her commit-
tee had been instnrmental in re-
kniting a family who had been
Separated because of immigrraion
difficulties. Five dollars have been
sent to the National Consumptive
home in D~enver, Mrs. P. Schein-
berg, social service chairman, re-
Mrs. Lena Simon sad Mrs. Dub-
ler were named a committee to
arrange for the Passover baskets
for the needy. It was decided to
sew each Monday during the

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-M' 5 ea:-as panseori~ Pa hr* Ethleama dissau**a kE_,~~rm be- sn. Har Tank.Anne

Final plans for tim supper being i month of Mrr to -
sponisored by the Ladies' Arxili- ery?. Books we~ reIi z r
ary of the Jewish WRelfare Bareap sen to: 'Ae s-r
for Supday Feveiat April 3, have fo~rd an-d plans~ t
been made. IrceNremony Fwr ~kt,~~
The affair will be held at the beu planted a: ~erj t ~B
Beth David Talmo~d Torarh and a iDakd! Tea~r~ ~ L
program of entertainment will be Isidor Zcoher. ~-23L. f-~f
provided daring the evening. In i in are in e-a -z f3~
charge of arrangements is a com-j .11r. Harrr Ors t Lr~
mittee headed by rs. P. Schlein- ~to Organize a 3~-- L :z
berg who' is being assisted by Mdrs. t roop. Ac
J. Simpson, MYrs. WIm. Friedman, apponred 5.7 V- 'm;Z nl-l
Mrs. J. Engler, Mrs. Morris D~ub- Mlrs. Dukb-i K- L ~~~Lr
ler, Mrs. H. Markowitz, and Mbrs. Mrs. J. N. v~r K Cir j
Louise Weinkle. M ~rJ Meii~ -rs, ~ by~~f

Ifrs. B. Handle is chairman of Jei;Sh We we~L Burea~ vt
the Purim party to be given for rpjs A:.1ar. c -
the paid members of Hadassah irppe`"'~ Ted Jj .n Ldes Du~tt e t
on .Ionday, Mbarch 28, at 2:30I Mr.Rjt ~-s r
p. m.. at the Acacia Club in the Cch~er ai,; M~r. S~~~~tc7rom bd-~
Congress~ building, she waill be as- M1. Rose2~ hai BaghursL~I. 1

Y.., as- trajhice~d.MS. Lew -
SBrownr sre~i~ chantrar. was =

Tr h~iie la rge auto7Sre~ 'IF :t
Joseph M.~. Mfrht~ P3ef how ~-t~t
wasEr fledtysoI capF~i~seyls:E
Xfueralo -he- otIre Mrancerose=

iiams- of th3e Sholern Lodgep Bk
B'r~thC of whics me~1k ocesa wm
a rmembr red :be ~Fueral s- ~r
:ce of the~,~ir rgTIP~aion.~L~L 2The cr 1
clfudir.g prayers a~nd the enlop
were pronouncedO by the REabi.
At tLhe g~rae in: the Bec-h David
Section of -he~f Ci~ty CaemeLery, bf'.
Stanley C. MyerS preside of~ 'iht

-ne Pu- 2t enl er tafinm forsh
feMaT1 S&~ NA~ LLNI r-

lay; weS~L p Pti~ end jsil-

Marc at conceTi Lrt as
ePhll~C ,ZiI 3~~ m@,b a 2
he3f wc the1~4 k~p lrp
~ts! ni ea,fit~p~ a~

ci p -IPr k; je~ homei of Za.

t, at reSfi rva gL at a ineE.

Gr*+f t manhter d jicket were
mak~ ~t -a -~amzrt pao-r af &
a-rL~:7t ~PrOntr =bs Cnit3Th-

bthmL arifV Wed~Lnesd even-ng.

:6q -be ~fladi Azzi -r df the ri

`ifZrt a hrf bel asL~8DP we go 1

piess "b~is plas iar the T troz I
Es~~ ctnra of -ct M5 n are 1.:-

rlL ms rre~~~ .~

o'~ hE. sensor wnas -be Pw-- c a -

.'erman byt EAs-Th membe a
Mad~ aEI Eef~a rf-i;

rr T~r? Par whoD sY~Leeived me n
q~spiz-se wthe r k*odCed to the
sudaenee a~ -th e~nd of ~the play.

aMrendelson.~ Mrs.i I~ J. Apr++ am ;
~rs. L L Rosaend~e. Members o

psr rrn p Er 9e~

Morrk~)'iis Gwene.- o'~ News--k

1 is Zregim tered A i rhe La es

Mri. andi Mzs. B~rn Blanentib i

Eat Rockri"Je Genter.. LL rand
MBiss Clak~e Em:2L &~ C'ineageL~ are
caests at thet Mayme~f~ ld ~-Cons

Emichael~ At as. Berna6 ars

and Edar Riebe all of2 New
To kt. arle ax~ the Finertwood Bo- ~t

Mkr. an ~Mrs. 8. Irvin~e of New
Tot fiS have~ ar edy here or
month'sc risi and experI ZC go
t:' Cabai be~fore zemn-nin ho7me

aftrve-zisat tE Asian it~- ,prmr

?riagn part- wvET: Eroselyn D~aumn j he pe~eds f the rganizaionr was-e
as Queen Estehri, Morrfis~ Wroobpn'el exland Ms. Mrri ~ns Rum n
s dode~cia.c Isfaac Gordton as the Mrs.l Joe Rijcher proIsedC ~a gs, I
Sage. Albef~-t Ber~nsein as the parties for the benefitst of ~te sur3i-
Cxl-rz Jeste~. frzederick &- Sheehet iary`vk~ work Mrs. Sadye R
as Fagp ALhashearns. Ted Simon jtold of recesr work of the orar-
a- famanl. Members of the chores i
w~zerE Charles AQdehnan, Isidar

x'ia~ Ft reviewd accrimes ~ tfor
past six mOmbs~ r; th~ xnerot-ag
Y~m- anda ax~ KapanhaL~ and star

MeyerowiEt. tCt. Ro
T'armerheam. Rose

local B'nai B'rith Lodg pra ?
utbriue on behalf of`S ib odgef ant
Mdr. Lewis Brownr~ pr~esident; of
Beth David Congregation 5spoe

Hinch, Albeita
Berkowits.. and RM -- LA gM


go~aing groceary store on~ M~Ind~

448 Colins Av~enue

fo~r ~the Syn-agone and Sisterhood
Rabbi Machtei cncluded, the ri-
tual. Macny prominem attorneys
and Jdgesf~ attended thbe sernceso

A well attended supiper ~ias
sponsored las: SundayP evenms' r,
March 30, ati the hall by the Wo- i
men's Club of the Wi~orkmen's Cir~
e-!e. Mrs ose K~alner was chir-
man of the committee mn charge
of arrangements and a splendid
program was- presented inclunding
a number of brief Stals and mus-
ical num~ttbes.

Many attended the' seeand night
elub affair of the season at tf t
Alcazar Botel sponsored byS T~ea-
ple Israel Sisterhood. S eP
floor sh~ows wFere shown throapgh
the conntesy of the msg en
A tidy sum wass reJlized.

A al Parimn par~ty to t&
given by the Junior Cormeidl of
Jewish Women and Junior Mp 1
ter of Hadassah on Moanday,
March 28, at Kaplan haoll. BrtN
Dr. Jacob H. KapTlan of the T~em-
pie is to be the ge srt, d
Miss Goldye Mbiller will direct a

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Volume Y. -Number 13
Friday, MIarch 25, 1932

The clouds of doubt and fear
Mysteriously swept away
Have left the heavens clear.

And I am glad to be alive,
Though neither ricts nor great;
Let whatsoever may, arrive,
Today I laugh at fate.

My heart is light. Mayhap I've
My cares out for recess,
But something in the air is meant
For me and happiness.

Hilarious youngsters trip my feet
As I approach the door,
And friends with smilling foces
The man they take me for.

And she, the queenly mother,
The odorous warmth of May.
I'm happy. Can you wonder ? Isn't
This a glorious day ?
rr !
A child actor who was famous
at seven isn't doing so well now,
at the age of 11, and is evidently
feeling a tragic decline of his
powers, poor old fellow.
rt !
Another marine tragedy. "Stat-
Sinking Funds Are Sunk," head.
lines the lonia Sentinel.
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Ostrich eggs 5,000 years old
were unearthed by workmen at
Cairo, Egypt. One of these will
be placed in a museum, beside Roy
Chapman Andrews' 1,000,000-year-
old dinosaur eggs, and labeled
"strictly fresh."

in Italy, and it was observed that
those who succumbed to the
scourge were firstL attacked by
sneezing. The Pope, therefore, or-
dered prayers said against it.
Presently--for their own protec-
tion and the protection of their
friends--the people were crying
"God bless you!" to everyone who
sneezed. The phrase is still' in
general use.
Among non-Jews one of the
most widespread of superstitions
notions is that thirteen is unlucky,
and so general is this notion that
many hotels do not have a room
number thirteen. How the super-
stition originated no one knows.
The most popular explanation,
however, is that there were thirt-

for luck." That was meant to be
a warning against extravagance.
"Never wialk in stocking feet

cago institute.
The Jewish Floridian feels that
every institution no matter where
it is must be helped. Howfever,
Charity begins at home. And
then, thereafter only those insti-
tutions who deserve to be helped
should receive encouragement and
none others. Wie blame none but
M~iami's Rabbis for the chaotic
and deplorable conditions that ex- 1
ists here today. We feel that it is I
their duty to investigate every in- I
stitution that appeals for help.
That then and then only, shall
that institution's representative
be permitted to collect in this dis-
trict. WThen the Rabbis do their
duty, we feel certain they will
receive the cooperation of the gen-
eral Jewish community.
The Jewish Floridian pledges
its columns to all Rabbis of this
community for any commulnica-
tions they may want to make re-
garding this condition. As leaders
in Israel they have a duty to per-
form, they cannot and dare not
shrink, unpleasant though this
duty may be.

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~u~i....r. j- 1.- .r

",aomene neu your h me wUI de.a H

Theat measrew of olden days had (
any "good luck" and "bad luck" H
omens, some of which still prevail.
For example it has always been
considered lucky to be the eth HAPPY
of a minyan. Among 'or hd~
Jews this superstition is as strocl~i wete nm oltdy


Among Jews

It is true that witchcraft be-
longs to the dark ages of the
past Magical rites and practices
for the purpose of warding off evil
are confined solely to savages.
But we still have our lucky coins,
our unluck ehday rand ore e sh

and our crystal gazers, our birth
omens and wedding omens.We
still cast a bit of salt over the
shoulder, still pick up a horseshoe
(though horses become increasing-
ly- rare), still have our delusions
concerning broken mirrors, black
cats and unlucky thirteens.
Judaism is filled with supersti-
tions lore-most of it harmless
enough. That witchcraft and
sorcery must have existed among
the ancient Hebrews is clearly ap-
parent, for both these practices
are forbidden in the Bible. The
Rabbis naively suggested that "to
throw off the evil eye, spit three
times!" But what is more signi-
ficant to us living today, is the
fact that many of our popular su-
perstitions had their origin far
back in old Hebrew beliefs.
For example, the Hebrews of
olden times believed that to step
ovfer a child was to send an evil
spirit into its body which would
prevent it from growing. Even
today we often hear the remark
that to step over a child is to stop
its growth.
Then there is the popular super-
stition concerning a broken mir-
ror. This superstitution originated
mn the first century. The Romans

I"Twenty-five, twenty-five, fifty,
Why, look, this tale's new and
What's the matter ? You got to
Come on, bid a ladie n

"Myeyoul i on this antique
I'd orter get a dollar a squeak!
Came from a swell residence!
the man says a quarter! Suc'!
Well, over the road, and over the

All day long with blare and clam-

The driftwood passes under the
Wrecks of hopes that were builded
Towed to port for whoever will


as it ever was. `

persnitot amn our po le is
that it is lucky to begin an under-
taking or a journey on a Tuesday
...because in describing the
third day of creation, it is said,
"God saw that it was good.
Still another: N'ever eat from
a~ piece of bread over which you
have recited a brakah (blessing)
11nless you cut it in two. We all
know how prevalent this old cus-
tom is among modern orthodox
The Talmud fairly bristles with
superstitions notions some of
which, perhaps, have the germ of
sound health or sanitary measures
behind them. For example:
"It is dangerous to borrow a
drink of water." Water in those
far-off days was the source of
many devastating plagues.
In the Middle Ages the hold of
superstition upon the Jewish mind
became greatly strengthened, ow-
ing in a large measure to Chris-
tian surroundings trial for
witchcraft being carried on under
the protection of the Church, and
particularly by the Inquisition.
The Rabbis were busy advising
their people what to do and what
not to do to avoid persecution.
Their suggestions--which included
the wearing of certain garments

six months .........
one Yar .........


SCan you see only a chair, a table?
(One cannot see more than on",
is able.)
Can you not hear a sob, a cry?
There's more, I tell you, than
meets the eye
In this port of dreams that have
gone awry.

Samson was the first columnist.,
according to a New York writer.
That is hardly plausible, as this
strong boy pushed over columns,
instead of building them. His real
distinction is that he celebrated
the first Halloween, when he car-
ried away the gates of Gaza.
I 1
So many public facilities for
rest, recreation, and so on, are
being withdrawn, owing to short-
age of public fun that it would
seem wise for a ~Lwhen he
hastily leaves his coun y to take
his own park bench vdth him.
A century ago it was predicted
that by now the world would be
overpopulated. And, in fact, near-
ly everybody thinks it is, by at
least one or two persons he can

A Texan, dead these 18 years,
sends a message through from the
spirit world that the depression
is about over. The name of this
fairly typical economist is not
i I
It seems that the "robot brain"
of which so much has been written
is capable of doing only one thing
---solving differential equations.
Utopia for me would be a world
in which ths brain has been is-
stalled in all rude motorists while
I, for inventing snappy banter,
retain my own.

Experiments in the Mayo clinic
demonstrate that liquor is not onily
not a remedy for snakebite but
actually makes its effects worse.
Until we find another reason for
drinking, therefore, the consumP-
tion of liquor will remain practi-
cally stopped.

W'e have sat by patiently all
winter and watched the struggles
of our local Synagogues. W'e have
watened the desperate attempts of
the Jewish W'elfare Bureau to
cope writh the existing conditions
against all odds. Faced with an
increasing demand from those in
need of aid, this organization has
had to struggle for every penny
ever though it has met with num-
erous discouragements.
And yet Have you watched
the influx of Rabbis, M'Shulochim,
field secretaries, etc., from all over
the United Sta~tes and from every
part of the world Have you for
a moment stopped to consider how
many of these out of town organ-
izations have sent their represen-
tatives to M-iami to stop at some
of the finest hotels, live on the
fat of the land, and stay here to
enjoy the sunshine and climate
for three to four months. How
much of the money that these good
ladies or gentlemen have collected
for their organization can actul-
ly do good after the enormous ex-
penses have been deducted.
Yes .. Recently there arrived
in Mdiami a "Rebbe" supposedly
from Jenrsalem. He has been

and of concealed herbs and ribbons
--may seem childish to us today;
but we must remember that they
afforded the people of those black
times a small measure of comfort,
and so they served their purpose.
One of the superstitions which
stamped itself firmly upon the
popular mind at that time--and
which still exists to some extent
among uneducated people--is the
idea of wearing some object to
waril off evil influences. Even ~s
late as 188'7 during the great
cholera epidemic, the rabbis were
telling children under thirteen to
bind red ribbons around their
necks! Wie all know that ribbons,
charms, herbs and amulets of eve-
ry description' make their appear-
ance whenever there is an epide-
mic. Didn't youngsters wear queer
things dangling around their necks
during the influenza epidemic ten
years ago ?
The custom of uttering a bene-
diction after the sneeze is univer-
sal. Its origin is obscure, and each
country seems to have its own
particular legend concerning it.

believed that the health of a per-
son changed ev-ery seven years;
and based upon this belief, the
Hebrew-s of that time conceived
ithe idea that--since the mirror
reflects the health, or appearance,
lof a person--to break it means to
breaksi health" for seven years. In
other words, to break a mirror
means sev-en years' bad luck--a
superstition which prevails even
Traces of many old Hebrew be-
liefs still linger in present-day
superstitions. There is, for exam-
ple, the idea that it is unlucky to
have clothes mended on the per-
son, as this wnill "sewf up" (de-
story) the senses. Lighting a
candle on a childs' birthday for
each year it has lived is supposed
to bring prosperity; in modern
usage wfe put the candles on a

here for sev-eral months. He has birthday cake.
collected sev-eral thousand dollars "N;ever take all the money out
from tourists and some from local of a bag; leave a coin or two

residents. This money would have
gone to the Beach synagogue for
one thing; to other organizations,
for the relief of the ~destitute,
Yet, because of the great ability
displayed by him in being able to
"put it over" the money has rolled
to him. It may interest those who
have contributed to him, that he
has by this time purchased an
auto, as trains or busses were be.
low his dignity.
Another of these gentlemen
called at a home in Miami the
other day. He *presented bills for
a YEeshiva in Palestine and de.
manded it be paid.
When -questioned, he replied:
"Even if it were for me alone you
must give me money."
An institution of learning in
Chicago had its representative in
Miami Beach. He made an appeal
in the Beach Synagogue and
raised a little money. The Rabbi
Isame Elehanan Yeshiva's repe-
sentative arrived here. He made
an ppeal for funds and raised
considlerable money but not before
he agreed to* give thirty-fave per
cent to the Chicago inst~itation.
SMb~cient, it would seem. Yet,
Paprim night a banquet was given
in a Beah Bote and dare proceeds
agin wereP donated to this Clhi-

Among the ancient Romans, for een persons at the Last Supper,
example, wTe find the belief that Judas being usually represented

the sneeze expelled evil spirits.
To sneeze, therefore, was regarded
somewhat in the light of a lucky
effort on the part of the person
to rid his system of, evi-l spirits,
and those present at the time
would say, "Good luck to you."
There is an old legend that be-
fore the time of Jacob men sneer -
ed only once, and expired. But
the patriarch interceded in the
behalf of man and obtained a re- i
laxation of this law on condition
that a prayer or benediction fol-
low every sneeze. Some authori-
ties offer this old legend as an
explanation of the modern, "God
bless you!"
In early life there were so many
omens and superstitions concern-
ing the sneeze that it would be
impossible to consider them. all
here. It has been definitely es-
tablished, however, that the prae-
tice of saying "God bless you!" af-
ter sneezing became general in thle
sixth century during the pontiti-
cate of Gregory the Great. At this
period a virulent pestilence raged

as the thirteenth guest. Not a few
writers offer this as the true ori-
gin of the superstition.
The fear of Friday is quite as
old as the fear of the number
thirteen. An ancient proverb says:
"Friday's noon,
Come when it will, it comes too
The origin of the superstition
concerning Friday is traced by
most authorities to the crucifixion
of Christ on that day. But there
are some writers who advance the
theory that Friday is regarded as
an unlucky day because ~it was on
Friday that Adam and Eve par-
took of the forbidden fruit.
This explains also the inevita-
ble fish on Friday. As a symbol
of the yoni, the fish was conse-
crated to the pagan goddess of
love. The early Christians, de-
spising this goddess and the lewd
sexual rites in her honor, ate fish
at their feast on Virgin's D y
(Freya Day, or Friday). Fish ay
still eaten on Friday by million
of Christians.

I i
A prisoner in the state peniten'
tary in Kansas stole the warden's
car and eloped with a woman in-
mate of the came institution. *'
shall haveto be more careful abut.
what kind of peple we admit to
our risons

A broken rms is never what
it iscrackedapt be.

N m e thinksr enough 'd
his mom 4 i-lw to mrake his wiic

Friday, MaFch 26, 19sz

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says he has made notable imprve- l
ments in his "mechanical man,"
We understand, however, it still is Itinthaawo ndent
unable to cut up its own meat. know so much as why she doesn't
I !know it that counts with a man.
Regardless of the League's re-
port on MYanchuria, says a note, Amnnerkow whtol
ideas he has until after he builds
Simson will insist on the Openi
Door. It dispels any fear that a house according to his own plans
he might compromise on a tran- Tlki ared ngorthp
i s but the woman in the case more
than makes up for it after mar-
It is thought likely that the rae
new O'Neil play will deal with the riage.
American criminal classes. Mourn- Ams n on a a f
ing, in such an event, will proba- Alotayyun a a f
bly ecoe eectocued.ford to marry--if the girl has
bly ~ Ieom 'lcrctd enough money for two.
Some slang is immensely expres- When one fool tries to help an-
Som raes nteea ili other you may expect a foolish


A Pr
Edited by

god. At f ya lt h
to pt ewo yhtears late hes memberr of the Olympic boxing
) ows epu shuttersam poni teT s week as a part of spring
:rom throwing cobble stones football woktotaswr
rd tie gas chosen for a practice game. The
ird, ci cism is good for as. first half lasted an hour. There's
'eed t, no matter how well no fun attached to this game.
ing or careful we may be. Stan Phillips and George Reich-
time when John Morley was gott worked well in the backfield
severely handled by the and Al Reisman did good work in
sh pkrees Gladstone sid to the line dbr e ainn metoa s

elftrampling-on with patience now advanced to semi-finals. The
e f-control is no bad element only Jewish boy left is George
ng Irpryto cea sma lf "W~i~hat a man" Reichgott. Lots of
ath ofirl tn blcssul d n l eorge.
at great pu lic duty. Be ,I want to state firmly right !
;hat discipline is full of bless- here and now that Reichgott has l
not paid me for any publicity. It
ally, and mn theh eas an ly- has been done gratuitously and
da a od i etad not at his instigation either*
war. Afamusscholms- I had intended writing more,
ad this motto, of which I but as some poet said, there comes
nd:"Neer expaindev a day in the life of every man
t, never apohogilze. Ge t when--I can't recall the rest but
and et semdhowl." I'll end it, saying--when he must
:edr send me as many study to pass an exam. You now
Sas yu th~k I need. I try know why I must stop the endless
p an open mind. flow of information. Bonjour.
a thick skin.

Te Way of ife

Open M~ind and Thick Skin
Coming to work Monday morn-
ing, with a heart full of peace and
good will, I found two letters on
my desk.
er~ir: I lonp ehavebbeeyourrea -
editorial was the best you ever
have written. I have cut it out
and am going toframe it and
hang it in my o fice.
The other letter referred to the
same identical editorial:
"Sir. Much of the time I have
agreed with you, but after read-
ing your last week's effu~sion I
bid you farewell. Such a bunch
of boloney!,,
Being natural a sensitive per-
son, I suffered from criticism in
my early days. Once, when air
article of mine contained a blun-
der for which the eidtor received
caustic letters, I felt so sick I
Stayed in bed all one day.
But as time went on I developed

as a
pi f
we n

an s

wal i
the p
ing p
go fofr
ter hi
am fo

done rac
to kee

But the kind, Ill admit,
That makes me throw a fit
Is that awful fool stuff suchas
The kidnapping mystery may yet
have to be taken over by someone
familiar with detective work.

What's an Olympic bobsled i
champion do the other three yest 3,
11 months and 19 days?

Jess Willard stated in court
that his fortune consisted of 2'
cents. Compared to many ex-pug-
lists he is a hoarder.

Although we can now take a trip
to Europe and pay for it on the

11 t
Much poor material is covered
by a fine coat of varnish.
( I 1
One golden day redeems a
Weary year.
i ii
A good resolve will make any

Be silent or say something bet-
ter than silence.

There are no rounds of drinks
in the ladder of success.

Love is the delusion that one
woman differs from the rest.

When the woman was made
out of a man's rib some one pull-
dA a bone


Lit01e rpatchecdh mckers
Corduroy knickers
Boys like to wear,
Jaunty as Sonny
Who put them there!

t && ,

a philosophy as to criticism and j~c3c a 4 as ch cb A a cbdas
so, it seems to me, must every j bAROUND THE CAMPUS
man who is going to get anything I At University of M~.ami

do e first article in that philoso-:r By Milton A riedman
phy is that you can't please eve i Lb d, d, m cb a ct cb m c d
l ohd~r andl th t mu~n h iti io

goodug or badU isenirely uninform- Hi~ello folks, is everybody happy ?
e~d.O ai nirl nnom It looks as though this week's
You like blondes, and I like article will contain nothing but
brunettes; you like fiction, I like sprts. The onl interestn une r
biogaphy yo like Eugene ofcnen
therahy edcaioa side of he tu-
O'Neil, I like Ed Wynn. No onedetlif tpeetwsta e-
can satisfy us both. Anyone who etlf tpesn a htnr
tries it will be colorless and futile. ;ves are on edge, brains are
Secod, oe cn no beguidd jawhirl, etc. This not so interest,-
Seond oner ca n nothir be~ l~ uided fact after all means that the

Little patched knicket
Mute witness these
Of joyous sliding
On calloused knees
Gaiety! Laughter!
Life's harmonies!

y"" pJ e~YU''Uc4
th t public is so changeable. Eve-
ty public character of any influ-
tnce has been popular at some
time in his career and unpopular
at others. Wellmngton, after the
hatle of Waterloo, was worship-
ped by the English people almost




Isix week's exams are on.
Our Jewish boys are never sat-
Sisfied with anything but the bes,.
]To prove this we find that in the
recent A. A. U. wrestling meet
held at the U. this past week,
George Reichgott won first place
in the !155 pound division and
Joe Loverde won in the 145 pound
class. These boys will go up to
New Jersey in June if enough
money can be raised for the pur-
pose as representatives of the
State of Florida for the Olympic
As I surmised a few weeks ago
Al. "Hammer" Harlib won the
125 pound boxing championship in

Little patched knickers
Carelessly lain
Over the chair
For morning again!
I have them n~a~tly
Mended in vain!

Little patched knickers,
Darned in the knees!
Fate, send him garments
All his life, please,
Worn just as gaily
As he wears these!

Congress talks of a mere "prun-
ing knife" to bring Federal t -
penses in line with receipts; bu
in view of the magnitude of the
job, maybe manicure scissors
would be funmier.
I! -
An electrical engineer in Boston

the A. A. U. tournament at the
Beach. He wll leave this week
for Jacksonville for the State tour-
nament. Victory there would mean l
a good chance for Al to become

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SDoings At Miami High a
a ByBet ye &
school paper. More than that, she
"Ho Hum, Spring is here!" was one of the main members at
I wondered why my mind was Ithe convention. Sylvia held a
so mingled with such materials round table discussion of the var-
as poetry---. The kind, of course, ious papers. She also wrote one
that I, myself, have written. of the main editorials in the Co-
lumbia newspaper of which this
My contemporaries and myself group had charge for a day. While
sure think it some verse. (No i e ok yvadds e
cracks.) Now here's the secret to hihstepping. On one o
my success in no less than one saeeeig h ett
lesson. First and foremost: The opera. Really I did't know they
fact that one line has no connec-
tion wit threhpreced g'tone. Ho hdtoe ti nmrsfrte
requisite ? I think so. 2nd. The Senior play, Mir-iam Scheinberg
titles are so odd. Some day I'll obtained one of the leads, or the
tellyou bou theallteraionpart of the mother. Quite domes-
t Id oou tabmt. th lea ion tic, ch? This play is a three act
You ~probably have all heard/ one and is entitled "Lillies of the

A pasture scene in a Modern Dairy

Schiro will be sorry to hear that Well and triple well, I'd b

volunteering to help make pla~s
for Class Day is Eleanor Sheldon.
Eleanor is rather ingenious and
should have several good ideas.
Here's to you, Pete. .
All those that have had the
pleasure of knowing Elizabeth

she is leaving for her home i
Bangor, Maine, on Sunday.
Elizabeth graduates in June anel
intends to enter Wellsley .in the
fall. All the luck to you, El za-

Cease 'ere, I embarrass a few
plDe--referring to some picture
just had the pleasure of seein
fthe 1928 annual. Need any
Sbe said ?

V alley.
Among the energetic Seniors


YOu good folks ...Think back a bit to the days when dear old mother
would slave and toil ..just to ma re the Passover a holiday of joy, of
unalloyed happiness.
Think back, if you can .. to the time when mother would go to the
butcher weeks before Pesach and hargain for the fattest geese or
chicken so that "schmaltz" would be on hand for the Passover week. I
see you smiling now .. But stop for a mromient, if you will .. Do you
remember the greasy food you had for morn ng, Ironn and night .. .
can't ayou once again pictures yursel hhobpi ,ha th shoelidaysm wuld

(sour cream)rl would again grace the table.
The hoped for came at last .. .largec cities realized that the Jewish
community had grown and demanded healthful dairy foods be placed
at their disposal, even on Passover. Of course, the products had to be
kosher .... they had to be real Pesachldig.
Miami Jews can now at last enjoy a real healthful Pesach .. a well
balanced Pesschdigr menu .. chickens, meats, kneidlach at the proper
time, andl still rot miss the geschm'rte mat-zos, the good health giving
dairy fo~s that one caxinot really do without, every day of Pesach
knowing that the dairy products are STRICTLY 'KOSHER FORt
PESACH BEYOND A SHADOW OF DOUBT .. and prices so reas-
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Concert to Be
Given at Beach

Cantor Boris Schlachman of
Beth Jacob Congregation, Miamii
Beach will be one of the feature
artists together with Cantor Jacob
Friedman of Detroit, Mich., at the
Beth Jacob Synagogue Sunday,
April 3, at 8 o'clock.
A program will be presented
including individual selections by
each of the two Cantors, and sev-
eral group numbers. Liturgical
selections, Yiddish folk songs and
operatic arias will be sung during
the evening. They will. be accoml-
panied by the well known violinist
Bernie Mayerson.


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