The Jewish Floridian

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The Jewish Floridian
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
January 30, 1931
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;


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


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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Vol IV.-Oo. V. .. Miami, Florida, Friday January 30, 1981 Price 5 Cents
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14s 8. W. an Street

The usual early Friday '"IUUUUIHIIfmnIufmumiHPiiil
evening services will begin at
5:15 p. m.. with the late ser- Zionists Will Elect
vices 8:15 p. m.
with Rabbi Wapner preach- Officers Sunday
ing the sermon on "Our Di-
vine Poetry." Rev. Nathan On Sunday evening, Feb-
,vroobel will chant the ser- ruary 1st, at 8 p. m. the local
vices and lead in the Congre- Zionist District will hold an
national singing, election for officers for the
Sunday afternoon Rabbi coming year which will be
Wapner will speak over Sta- preceded by a symposium on
tion W Q A M during the Zionism in which the Rabbis
Jewish Radio Hour, sponsor- of the three local Congrega-
ed by the Jewish Floridian tions will take part. Address-
between 5 and 6 p. m. His es will also be made by Mr.
subject will be "The Spirit of Philip Liberman of New
the Air." Sunday evening the York and Miami Beach and
Ladies Auxiliary will cele- Dr. Wolfson of Flushing, L. T.
brate the Rabbi's birthday by and a number of other well
a reception to which all resi- known Zionists. Mrs. S. Lut-
dents and tourists are invited zky, president of the Junior
urged to attend. Hadassah will report on the
Suthern Conference of Jun-
MPLE ISRAEL of MIAMI o Hadassah organizations.
(Jten) It is intended that this
UT N.- 1th itmet / meeting which will be a cele-
DR. JACOB H. .KAPLN bration of the Jewish holiday
Rabi (Chamisho Oser B'Shvat)
Friday evening services at will be the beginning of re-
Sat 8 need activity and a rebi,
T O P _4 w ... _$ _1 I'
Jacob H. KaDistret. Mr.
will be "The tShorest Dist- a, ell known law*
ance Between Two Points In yer and nationally known
Nature Is Not A Straight Zionist will preside.
Lie." After the services The list of nominees are:
those present are cordially President, Harry fimonhoff;
invited to a Sabbath Hour Vice ]resident, arry I. Lip-
Greeting in Kaplan Hall for ton; secretary A. H. Furr;
the purpose of meeting and Treasurer, A. D. Halpern;
spending a few minutes in a Chairman National Fund,
social way. The religious Mrs. Morris Dubler; Honor-
school will present an impor- ary Vice Presidents, Rabbi
tart and intestine program Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi
in the TUe ri e poeper on Sun- S. M. Machtei and Rabbi Is-
day m ao uit 0:00 o'clock. aac M. Wapner; Trustees,
Parents -UilNds are cor- Leonard Barr, Henry Berg,
ally invited. n Sunday af. Lewis Brown, Isidore Cohen,
rnoon between 6 and 6 Dr. Max Dobrin, Dr. M. D.
o'clock, Dr. Kplan..will speak Kirsch, A. Kurman, I. Levin,
during the Jewish Hour over John Wolf, Baron de Hirach
WQ A M, sponsored by the Meyer,.I. L. Minteer, Dr. Carl
Jewish Florldn, his subject Press, Sam Simonhoff, W. L.
wil .ue Wnat is a Jewisa William and Louis Zeientz.
Prog* ." .All are urged to attend.
COi DAVID tion W Q A K during the
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Synagog Dedica-
tion Is Next Week
Final arrangements have
been announced for the for-
mal dedication of thb Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion's Synagogue, at 1545 S.
W. Third street. The cere-
monies will begin at 2 p. m.
Sunday, February 8th, and
the religious ceremonies will
then be carried out. An elab-
orate program of singing will
precede and follow the vari-
ous addresses which will be
made. Among the out of town
speakers who will address
those attending the ceremon-
ies are Rabbi N. N. Rosen of
Savannah, Ga., and Rabbi Ep-
stein of Atlanta, Ga., in addi-
tion to Ex. Gov. Alfred Smith
of New York who has prom-
ised to be present. The Rab-
bis of Greater Miami Con-
gregations have been invited
to a is will ayor Reed-

f Miami Beach.
Following the ceremonies
of the afternoon a dedication
banquet will be held at the
Nemo Hotel Miami Beach,
which will be in charge of a
committee of tourists and Mi-
ami Beach residents who have
volunteered to aid the new
organization in its work of
fostering a Talmud Torah and
Synagogue in a true spirit of
Orthodoxy and Jewish tradi-
tions. The names of the Com-
mittees in charge and those
of the Tourists and Miami
Beach volunteer committee
will be announced in next
week's iss4ie of the Jewish
Invitations are being sent
to all in the Greater Miami
District to attend these cere-
monies and the Banquet be-
cause it is the first time that
a real Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation has been dedicated
in Miami and the first time a
church has been turned into
an Otthodox Synagogue in-
this section of the Country.
All thise desiring to attend
the Banquet are urged to
make reservation by calling
20609, 27059 and 27089.

by .
Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld
Brooklyn, N. Y.

How are you Miami Jewish
folks? When my dear friend,
the publisher of the Jewis
Floridian invited me to con-
tinue my column "To My
Way Of Thinking," I couldn't
resist the temptation and ac-
cepted for two reasons. First-
ly, because, while I pride my-
self on being one of the few
Rabbis not anxious to air
their views on any and all oc-
casions (as I hope my friends
will agree) still I possess suf-
fite.t Rabbinic inclination to
ah to nt wish
prove a splenat iowa for
a chat with my former mem-
bers and friends.
So, to former readers of
my column, whle I dare say
you will not always agree
with my-.. jews and com-
ments, I m e and trust that
you will find this colian re-
freshing and thought-I vok-

The late Clemenceau, for-
mer premier of France said,
when he was 78 years of age:
Yes, I. have discovered the
fountain of youth. The secret
is simple. Never let your
mind grow inactive, and you
will kee young forever. Idle.
nes ana old age go hand in
hand." I knowof no one who
is a better living proof of the
eracityof this statement
than that rd young lady,
Hendretta saw.ol
MO- 6Sd&.a I stoo -in! tihe
yof an u atcity hotw
Men, f rmaly attire, and
*diea in ostly evening gown
thrO iM the p olac Thre was
ife wd gayety in the air.
Jews and JwesMesa represent
ing three cHle had fleeked
t their central point to pay
lioage to this wemderful



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Miami Beach Bank
Issues Statement

City Bank of Miami Beach
today is in a better financial
condition than any other
bank .in the United States
with a like amount of depos-
its, its officers believe, due
to the recent refinancing plan
instituted for its new heads,
with cash and liquid bonds at
hand amounting to $911,581.-
21, exceeding all deposits of
whatever nature by $22,949.
A statement of condition
issued by the bank officials
showed all deposits amount-
ed to $888,582.09, while the
total loans, with furniture
and fixtures, amount to less
than the capital and surplus
of the institution. The bank
was reorganized on Jan. 18,
under a refinancing plan pro-
posed by Philip Liberman,
president, of New York, and
Julian M. Livingston, chair-
man of the board of directors.
The account at the City
National bank of Miami is
carried as an asset of $1 on
the books of the bank, Mr.
Liberman said today.
"Our statement of toda-
shows the bank to be in an
impregnable liquid condi-
tion," Mr. Liberman said.
hbank S-lS hmI4
trong position, sot alw
will be able ad ready to mset
any demands made upwe "
"I know of no other bank izr
the country that can equal
the condition of the City
Bank of Mimi Beach today,
certainly ndne in Florida,"
C. L. Clmetsvice president
and cashiet-said today. 'Its
present splenaid condition
was brought about by the ex-
cellent refinancing plan of
mr. Liberman and Mr. Liv-
ingston. We -can pay allde-
positors within 48 hours
without redfcounting or bor-
"We also want to take oc-
casion at this time to thank
all of our friWads an. ptrons
who have given us 6 con-
fidence during the, period of
re-organization and refinane-
ing," he said.

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Mr. and Mrs.. Max Silver-
stein of Cincinnati, Ohio, are
guests for the winter at the
Burton apartments.
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Mr. and Mrs. S. Bloom,
Chicago, are registered at the
Penn --Plaza apartments for
the winter.
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Mrs. Samuel Zinburg of
Forest Hills, L. I., N. Y., are
registered at the Columbus
Hotel for the winter.
Miss Sonia Mudnick of
Minneapolis, Minn., and Miss
Viola Spiegel of Brooklyn, N.
Y., are staying at the Valen-
cia apartments.
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Mrs. F. Nathan has arrived
from Pittsburgh, Pa., to
spend her third winter here.
She is staying at the LaVee-
da apartments.
Recent arrivals at the Well-
ington apartments include
Mrs. Mollie Stolkin, New York
and Mrs. S. Fishbone and
daughter, Sylvia, Chicago.
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Mr. and Mrs. Max M. Levi-
tan of Washington, D. C., are
among the guests at the Cor-
onada apartments. Mr. and
Mrs. Levitan have been com-
ing here for eight years.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Marks
and sons, .Jerome and Ray-
mond, and daughter, Reeva,
of Chicago, are guests at the
Wofford Hotel.
Registered at the All Cor-
ners apartments is Mrs. E.
Zeffert of Brooklyn, N. Y.;
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Saal of
Brooklyn, also are at the All
Corners apartments.
Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub
has issued invitations to a tea
from 3:30 to 6 p. m., at her
home, 2249 S. W. Twenty-
fifth street, Saturday for
Mrs. Jerome Joffre, who is
visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs, Arnold Volpe.
Mrs. David Stone, Miss
Clara. Stone and Sam Stone
of Chicago, Ill., are spending
their fifth- winter here and
are located at the Locust
Mrs. Harris L. Lipman of
New York is staying at the
Mayfield Court apartments.
Miss Betty Garfinkel and
Miss Evelyn Garfinkel of

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Philadelphia, ta., are regis-
terd.L at' the -.ennst vania
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Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Fried-
berg of Detroit are at Miami
Beach for their annual visit,
and are guests of the Char-
lotte apartments.

Mr. and Mrs. Philip Seiden
of Asbury Park, N. J., are
wintering at Miami Beach,
and are guests of the Feni-
more apartments.

Mrs. Harry Spiro and Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Rich of
Cleveland, Ohio, are spending
the winter at the Mayfield
Court apartments.

Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Matz
and children, Lillian and Syl-
via, are located at 826 Penn-
sylvania avenue for the win-

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JEWISH NEWS: hsasbii
.tute of Chid*go

Dr. Hedwig Braun, an or-
thodox Jewess, was appointed
Councilor of the Land Court
by the Prussian Minister of
Justice. Dr. Lraun is the first
woman in Germany to occupy
this important position ana
in 1929 was the only woman
judge in the country.

Eight Jews were elected to
the lower house of the Polish
Parliament on November 16.
Of the eight, seven ran on
the Zionist ticket, while the
eight, representing the Agu-
dath Israel, ran on the gov-
ernment ticket. Those elected
were Rabbi Levin of Warsaw
on the government ticket;
Isaac Gruenbaum of Warsaw,
Joshua Thon of Cracow, .Dr.
I. Rosenblatt of Lodz, Dr. S.
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Statement of Coitteq, i
Cash on Hand and in Banks ...............
U. S. Government Securities................. 14 2
State Bonds ............... ........................... l
Railroad, Public Utility and
Industrial Bonds ............................
Municipal Bonds at Market ...................
Accrued Interest on Bonds....................
Stock Exchange Collateral Loans......
Loans and Discounts ................................................. 1
Furniture and Fixtures .............................................



Total ................................................................... 1,064,412.09
Capital Stock ..................................... .................... $ 100,000.00
Surplus, Profits and Reserves ................... ...... ..... 75,829.58
Deposits ........................................................... 888,582.56
Total ..............................................................1.... t n io

WigoasKy of Wilna, M. Moi- rT.,,r .
The heiress who buys a enstein of Lemberg, Dr. H. Collins Ave., at ixth St.
title makes a rank investment Rosmarin of Stanislaw, and Julian M. LIvInrton.n CLhair, Board of Dmreet.
and if a man goes with the Herschel Farbstein of War- Philip Libernan, President C. L. Cntsmea Pmvr. and Cahier
title it is ranker still. saw.

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July 4th, M4AIt si-Nut Office
at -Mia jato, o d,. the act
of Matrc. 187l9.

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Time there was, and not so
very long ago at that, that
even in Miami the Jew suf-
fered from an inferiority com-
plex. He was afraid to assert
himself. Afraid to show the
world and particularly his
Miami Gentile friends, his
culture, abilities and achieve-
ments. There came the boom
of 1925 and with it an influx
of Jewr from all over the
Country. And then came the
Exodus feom ,iami of many
Jews who had lost their all
here. But there remained an
awakenings o. a. JaSiak. cofLr
.siara n Sweti t begasd a

cahr t hs ~its red

rem tl be ac ieved.
tohe.itran a l .Adiths adi we

fwan pasua a v ese
etcwea. m^ ete* Weafrap-roctr eto
is -. td .o.our such as

The -Jewish Floridian k hap-
py- amid proud to havecaed

those far, fing ancnd enter .
palaing taerh ant&wla am,,
hoping us sponsor thas Radio
ttrlMH wrth-whn~b~ uien fewis aiona

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The talk was of the versa-
tility of disabled Diggers, and
"Bluey" held the floor: "Yer
can talk about yer one-leg-
g hodearrier," hesaid, "but
none can come up ter the one-
armed stonemason we had on
a building' in Brisbane. He
was marvelous. He was a
stonemason before the war,
he would go back to 'is old
"How on earth did he man-
age ? two or three asked.
"Well," said "Bluey," "it
was a bit awkwardLfor him at
first, but he soon got the
hang of it. He used ter 'old
the chisel in his teeth 'n' 'it
himself on the back of the
head with the hammer."
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The doctor was very' msled
when Mrs. Muldoon told him-
that her husband was not re-
cering very rapidly from
I ness.
I', that's funny," he
mused. "By the way,"' he ad-
ded, "I told him to have one
pint of milk, two apples and
two wheatmea rolk at meal
times. Has he kept strictly
to that?"
"Well, doctor," she answer-
ed, "he tries, hard, but by the
time he has ordinary fbod he
doesn't feel much like eating
all that extra. Often he's so
full he hastolewve.some, milk
or an apple.'
Scribbler dashed into the
editor's office.
"Can I have $10 advance on
tbh stowr F wting?" hePtA
Th. eator looked up from
Me,. .;
ahis dst
"That Is a very unusual re
quMest" m lie. ns ed.
ilSribbler gave a appeaaig
"thowr, he retresad, "bt-
ia ike ta. Fle hgot to a..
t in te -.tory whee ethe
sits downs a esqa
mea sand r want to get the
right atmospheiet"
Mae-"That car looks ter-
rible. I never would buy it."
Irate Second Hand Dealer-...
"You would look the sam-
'way yourself if you had inm
paint on you foa three years."
"Yott are sentenced-to fi
years' imprisonment, an
then exiee."
Prirs er "anI wl tlrveh
'exile part o te penalty
first" 7

Let those who talk of the
Northlnmd sing
Of its winters long and icy,
Fd rather squat away down
Where it's 'right hot,' with
lets of drouth,
But in spite of that when e'er
you. sneeze

Your ears and eyes and
don't freeze.


It's doubtless true as some
have said,
That a colder clime makes a
higher kid.
L'd rather raise a gang that's
Than. one or two great gawks
that snort
Around and tell of banks of
That killed the rest and let
them grow.
I mave no quarrel with the
husky brute
That learned in the cradle to
swear and shoot.
I'd rather by far through
swamp moss glide
Than try to live in a walrus
I notice, too, when they want
some fun
They run away from that
midnight sun.
A kindly landlady inquired
of the young bride how she
and her husband proposed to
spend their holiday.
"Our plans so far," replied
the bride, "are tentative."
"Oh, how delightful!" ex-
claimed the landlady. "I'm
sure you'll enjoy camping out
more than anything else you
could do."
I've found a dandy parking
"Yeah?" a
"It has only one drawback."
"What's that r'
"There's a car in itr"
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"Shall we invite our new
neighbors to our party ?"
"Yes, I want to find out
what she -paid for her perma-
fnent wave."'

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"For 10 years, 10 long
yearss" cried the writer, "tI
Ehave been writing this dra-
ma changngga word-here and
Ea inethere, cramped and
aching; my brains and my
body wear' rmn th etoil."
|" IbedA, too bat" the
podurO murmure. "All
work afnd nolpfay."

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This is the story of two men who are now about forty-
five years old.
They graduated in the same class at college. One of
them came to New York and took the first job he could get,
which happened to be in the stock-room of a large corpera-
tion. He lived in an attic, did his own washing, antfavht
tooth and nail. After a while, as. the business gew ea
older men dropped out, he was promoted, until he is now
vice-president. He has a home in the subdurb, and a fine
family, and is accumulating a comfortable fortune.
The other young man was equally attractive and talen-
ted, but he had a different idea.
Said he: "I'm not going to be tied down. Why waste
the beat years of life in a stuffy office? Ill wander around
and see the world while I am young; there will be plenty
of time for work later oB."
Well, he has wandered around the world He has been ,
to interesting places, had romantic adventures, met unusual
people. Now he is through with his travel; and at forty-
five wants to settle down.
But, though the other man has tried to help him, it is
almost impossible. He knows no trade, has mastered no
tools, has no business experience to offer. He is out of life.
and he can't get in.
He thinks that Fate has played him a mean trick, a
envies the success of his friend, and ha is tending to wa
All of which suggests that much of the trouble in hu-
man affairs comes. from trying to beat. the. game-from
trying to get out of life more than there is in: it.
'The gods," said Emerson, "sell everything to men at
a fair price."
.They sell business success, but the price i several tough
year of work.
They sell pleasure and adventure, but the price of these
is also measured in years.
They sell the thrill of speculation, but the price is that
few win and many lose; and even- the, winners often sacrifice
their nervous system and their health.
They sell family life; ad they sel divorce.
Any man may choose the thing that he wants to buy,
but no man may choose them all
And whoever makes his choice-and then wakes up to
regret that he did not choose otherwise-is in tough luck.
We can be sorry for him, but we can not do much to help.

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The waves of this turbulent sea appear more qApnga .
from day to day; "heart disease" her beom tipe aI h
guess on sudden deaths. This very morafi the per #
out our neihi ing big city announces ai te al
heart dieaae or eart attack;" Aga .let e temwirmy
reader; it i. time to think.
None of these deaths were. later thlm f -fve;
old; TMats tool.young for a man to &;e;4itLMktsa on
to have their very best g 'hidM-fiiuta tof it.
Prevention is t.a shaet anchor in. n&
cure ai te often attempted when it i. to
t Ad no isn: oa ~

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Mrs. Sol. Rubin entertain- Z. A. body a charter celebra-

ed last week at bridge in hon-
or of her niece, Miss Esther
Clein of Atlanta, Ga. First
prize for high score was won
by E. Max Goldsteiilfor the
gentlemen, and Miss Laurette
Simons for the ladies. Conso-
lation prize was awarded to
Miss Reggie Goldstein. Dur-
ing the evening a salad
course was served. Among
the guests present were: E.
Max Goldstein, Miss Reggie
Goldstein, Miss Flo Alpert,
Mr. Paul Dubinsky and Leon-
ard Mathes both of St. Louis,
Mo.; N. Holtzman, Al. Kaz-
man, Leo Feldman, J. First,
and Dr. M. R. Morris.

On their return from Ha-
vana last week Messrs Saul
Dubinsky and Leonard
Mathes of St. Louis visited
their frat brother, Mr. E.
Max Goldstein who showed
them the sights of Miami.
As we are going to press
the Loyalty Club of the Em-
unah Chapter is entertaining
at a card party for its chari-
ty fund at the home of Mrs.
Nathan Adelman, 1421 N. W.
First street. Prize winners
will be announced in our next
The next card party of the
Loyalty Club, auxiliary of
the Emunah Chapter will be
held at the home of Mrs.
Freda Markowitz, 921 Med-
ina avenue, Coral Gables at
a date to be announced in the
next issue of this paper.
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The Parent Teachers Asso-
ciation of Temple Israel will
be hosts at a book review
and musical on Tuesday eve-
ning, February 3rd, at the
home of Mrs. Herman Wolko-
wsky, 445 N. E. 25th street,
at 8 p. m. at which Mrs.
Harry Rubin, Mrs. Herman
Wolkowsky and Mrs. Max
Dobrin will be the hosts.
"The Ghetto" by Louis Worth
a recent publication published
under the auspices of the
rockzfeller Institute will be
reviewed by Mrs. Max Dob-
Sin, and "The History of the
Jews during the Revolution-
ary Period by Levinger will
be reviewed by Mr. Harry.
Simonhoff well known attor-
ney and Zionist leader. Mrs.
Bertram Raff will sing sev-
eral selections and will be ac-
companied by Miss Cecil Wol-
kowsky who will also play
several piano solos.

The Junior Bnai Brith or-
ganization which has applied
for a charter to become one
of the affiliated A. Z. A. or-
ganizations has been making
rapid progress recently. They
have recently sponsored sev-
erl athletic contests includ-
ing a golf tournament. Sev-
eral of its members have been
entered in the Night Tennis
Tournament at Miami Beach.
Last Sunday an all day outing
was held at Miami Beach and
athletic contests were a fea-
ture of the day's program.
Immsediatf.l upon receiving a
charter fre b** Natoiial A.

tion will be held.

David Rayvis the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Rayvis of this
city is now convalescing at
the Riverside Hospital where
he was operated for appendi-
citis last week.
One of the debating team
to represent the University
of Miami in intercollege de-
bates with institutions such
as Rollins College, Stetson
University, etc., is Milton
Friedman the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Win. Friedman of this
city. Milton has been active in
student activities at the Uni-
versity having been elected
Freshman football manager
the past season.
Beth David Sisterhood will
sponsor a card party at the
Nemo Hotel, Miami Beach, on
February 17, at which the
organization will be hostesses.
Prizes will be awarded for
high scores and a very inter-
esting program has been pre-
pared. Refreshments will be
The annual entertainment
given by the Council of Jew-
ish Women for the benefit of
its welfare fund was held at
the Alcazar Hotel last Mon-
day night and attracted quite
a splendid crowd. Very splen-
did entertainment was pre-
sented and a very fine eve-I
ning was enjoyed by all.
Final arrangements have
been made for the birthday
luncheon of the Sisterhood of
Temple Israel which will be
held at the Floridian Hotel
next Monday, February 2, at
1 p. m. This luncheon will be
preceded by a board meeting
at the hotel at noon. Mrs. Joe
Williams has been added as
a member of the committee
in charge of the event. All
tourists and residents who
want to enjoy a very splendid
luncheon and bridge are urg-
ed to attend.
The Miami Chapter of Had-
assah is sponsoring a dinner
to be followed by a bridge
next Tuesday evening, Feb-
ruary 3, beginning at 7 p. m.
at the Beth David Talmud
Torah hall, 135 N. W. Third
avenue, which will be follow-
ed by a bridge. At this bridge
prizes will be awarded for
high scores. Tickets will be
$1.00 each for which reserva-
tions may be made by calling
Mrs. Barney Weinkle, chair-
man, 5-3764, or Mrs. Morris
Small, Bayview 538W. All
residents and tourists who
want to enjoy a real evening
of sociability and are inter-
ested in Hadassah work are
urged to attend.
0 *
Mr. Meyer Schwartz left
for New York last week to be
present at the death of his
father, the late Rabbi M. L.
Schwartz of Port Chester, N.
Y. Our condolences are here-

by extended. Mr. Schwartz
will return to Miami immedi-
ately after "Shivah."


Mr. Lester Lawrence ac-
companied by his daughter,
Eva, of Chicago, Ill., will
spend several weeks here as
the house guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Hyman Traeger, at their
home, 859 N. W. 15th avenue.
C *
Mrs. S. H. Lutzky president
of the Miami Junior Hadas-
sah who went to New Orleans
La., recently representing the
local organization at the
Southern Conference of Jun-
ior Hadassah of the States of
Louisiana, Georgia, Florida,
Texas, Tennessee and Ala-
bama returned to Miami this
week reporting a very inter,
testing program of convention
activities. Vital problems af-
fecting the organization were
discussed especially empha-
sis being laid on the new
cultural program being spon-
sored. Several business ses-
ions, a banquet, dances and
other entertainments were
enjoyed by the delegates.
Among the officers elected
was Mrs. Lutzky who was
chosen to be third vice presi-
dent of the Southern organi-
Much enthusiasm was
shown when the local "time"
project was explained to the
convention and many of the
Southern organizations, it is
expected, will adopt this plan
of raising funds.
A very interesting and en-
tertaining evening was the
card party given by the
Ladies Auxiliary of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation at the vestry rooms of
the Synagog last Tuesday
evening. Prizes were awarded
for high score and refresh-
ments were served. More than
fifteen tables of bridge were
Last Sunday evening the
second of a series of novelty
suppers which are being giv-
en by the Ladies Auxiliary of
the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation at the new
Synagog was held and several
hundred people were enter-
tained. Bridge was played fol-
lowing the supper. There will
be no supper this Sunday eve-
ning, because of the birthday
celebration which will be held
to celebrate the birthday of
Rabbi Isaac M. Wapner of
the Congregation. No admis-
sion will be charged, NOR
BE MADE. All are urged to
come and enjoy the evening
and pay their respects to the
Rabbi. The committee in
charge consists of Mesdames
Chas. Tannenbaum, S. Haas,
and Sadye D. Rose.
The following Sunday the
Dedication banquet of the
Synagogue will be held at the
Nemo Hotel, Miami Beach.
Mrs. Lillian Shlensky of
Chicago and Mrs. Sigman M.

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Blair and children, Joan and
Richard, of Chicago, Ill., are
staying at the St. George
Mrs. Murray Zucker and
son, Elliott Bertram Zucker
have arrived to spend the
winter with Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Druckerman.
Members of the Ruth Bry-
an Owen Oratorical duo are
planning an evening honoring
Arnold Volpe to be given
Sunday, February 15, at the
home of Congressman Ruth
Bryan Owen in Coconut Grove
0 *
H. Wolofsky, publisher of
the Jewish Daily Eagle and
the Jewish Chronicle, both in
Montreal, Can., and Mrs. Wol-
ofsky are spending the season
on Miami Beach at the Knick-
erbocker hotel.
S* *
Mrs. Dora Rosen arrived
from New York the past
week to visit her brother-in-
law and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Sam A. Maurer, in Shenan-

Mr. and Mrs.
of New York

Nathan Levy
are among



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Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lipp.
man of New York have ar-
Iived for the winter and are
with their daughter, Miss
Norma Lippman, 612 Jeffer.
son avenue.

J. A. Weisman and wife of
Brooklyn, N. Y., are guests
at the Ponce de Leon hotel.

Spending their third win-
ter in Miami Beach are Mrs.
E. Nager and Mr. and Mrs.
B. B. Goldman of Brookline,
Mass., who are staying at the
Fernwood apartments.
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X-ray examination tMosae
Krieger 60, of 710 Jefferi o
avenue, Mia i Beach, reveal
ed he sure~ a fracture of
the skull when stuck by, an
automobile at N. E. Second
avenue, and. Flagler street
late yesterday. Krieger is said
to have suffered a dizzy spell
while crossing the street. His
injuries .ere. being treated
at Victoria hospital.
SMr .ri ger is originally
fror "TPfpsbti*gh where he
was an hti'Vtctommunal and
Zidhist Worke. Mrs. Krieger
is vice president of the local
Hadassah. 7

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Friendship Lragu hel. at the

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Hochstein, Predinger, B,
Weinkle, IL. Minter, M.
Frank, S. Blank, S. Eazan, S.
Zoop, I. Barach, Ed Reiman,
. Burnstein and Max Reis-
man.and the Misses Marion
Lois, Terry and Elsie Reia.

The Sisterhood of Chesed
Shel Emes is sponsoring a
Yiddish play called the "Heart
of a Child" at the Riverside
School Auditorium, S. W.
12th avenue and Second street
next Wednesday evening,
Feb. 4, for its funds. It is a
comedy drama that has been
played on the New York
stage with signal success and
consists of 4 acts with a num-
ber of songs. It will be pre-
sented here by Mr. Harry
Greenberg formerly of Jack-
sonville in collaboration with
the well known Jewish actor,
A. R. Mason and a cast th-tt
has elicited much favorable
comments recently and haa
been well received in a num-
ber of cities such as Jackson-
ville, Atlanta, etc. The pro-
ceeds will be devoted to aid1
the Shesed Shel Emes in its:
work. An evening of excep-
tional enjoyment is promised
for those who attend.
Mrs. Sol. Fisher, Mrs. L. M.
Dorf and Lillian Steinberg of
Toledo, Ohio, are guests at
the Burton apartments.

The card party sponsored
for the benefit of the Sister-
good of Chesed Shel Emes
Nem .Hotel, flii + Sjjfh
wt* a deed isuve*emiPnl
both a financial and social
viewpoint. The doo. prize was
*on by Mrs. A. Katz and,the
raffle by Mrs. L. Rosthenbdg
of Toronto, Canada, who then
donated it to the society to be
re-raffled at a laterdate. The
officials exprois their thanks
to al. who helped- make this
event a sucea.
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usher. Many out of town
friends will be present at the
The Parent Teachers Asso-
ciation of Temple. Israel will
meet next Wednesday, Feb.
4th, at 2 p. m., at Kaplan hall
when Mrs. L. J. Lichtensett-
ter will address the members
on "Child Psychology". All
parents of Sunday school
children are urged to attend.

Miss Frances Kane was re-
cently appointed to the hon-
orary position of Senator for
the Freshman class of the
Music department at the Uni-
versity of Miami.
OS *
Among those who enter-
tained at the first meeting of
the Literary clubs of the Uni-
veisity of Miami last week
was Miss Frances Kane who
discussed and then presented
two selections on the piano.
An important meeting of
the Executive Board of the
Hebrew Friendly Inn was
held last Tuesday night at
the Beth Abraham Synagog
when it was decided to organ-
ize a Ladies Auxiliary of the
Among those on the com-
mittee are Messrs. M. Schein-
baum, M. Rosen and Louis
Heiman.. Lodging and food is
being furnished daily to
worthy transients. The next
meeting will be held at the
same place next Tuesday eve-

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Phone 2-U6C

and L. Rausin will. be hostes-
see. Among the out of town
guests who attended were
Mrs. I. Grienstein of Colum-
bus, .Ohio, Mrs. E. M. Stein
of the same city, Miss Rae
Peyser of Denver, Colo., Mrs.
J. I. Levy of Milwaukee, Wis.,
and Mrs. Pauline Edinger of
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Fay
enetrtained last Sunday eve-
ning at a dance and lawn
party in honor of the 19th
birthday anniversary of their
son, Mortimer. Guests includ-
ed a group of college friends.
Assisting the hosts were Miss
Faye Sheldon, Miss Doris
Cromer and Miss Frances

Mrs. E. Goldstein and
daughter, Lillian, of Chicago
are staying at the St. David
apartments. Miss E. Schwartz
and Miss F. Schwartz of
Brooklyn, N. Y. also are stay-
ing at the St. David. Frank
Zimmerman of Linden, N. J.
is among the guests of the
St. David.

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Phone 5272
West Palm Beach, Fi.

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Rames Frnish
Thri To Fans
df fans and vitis to
the Greater Miami district
have been crowding to the
races at Hialesh Park daily
attracted by the splendid rac-
ing that has -been exhibited
there. With plenty of thrills
and unexpected finishes the
fans have at all times been
kept on edge and the zest of
enjoyment has been increas-
ed by the sport of kings that
the Miami Jockey Club has
shown at the Hialeah plant
this season.
Long shots have had big
days and the so called "wise-
acres" have had poor sled.
ding thus far. Crowds that
have equalled those of the
opening day are matters of
daily occurrence.
This Saturday the feature
race will be the Hialeah High
Weight Handicap with a purse
of $2500, added. Six other
races will be run that day.
The feature race has brought
out a large number of entries
of three year olds end up-
wards that compare with the
finest that have ever faced
the barrier. The race will be
run over the six furlong dis-
tance and keen competition
is assured.

Flagler Dog Track
Attracts Patrons
The West Flagler Kennel
Club situated within easy ac-
cess of the center of Miami
has been attracting large
crowds nightly and because of
this fact no minors will be
permitted in the future.
Splendid races are being
run with a hurdle race as a
major attraction. Ladies are

admitted free every Monday,
Wednesday and Priday and a
Chevrolet Sport Roadster will
be given free this Saturday
night. Added features in the
way of musical entertainment
for the visitors during the in-
termission between races and
efforts to make the patrons
enjoy every moment of their
stay at the track has been a
drawing card for all.

Beach Kennel Club
Holds Fine Racing
Those attending the races
presented nightly at the Mi-
ami Beach Kennel Club have
been treated to exceptional
racing the past week. Of par-
ticular interest to the fans
was Old Damon Runyon, one
of the greatest greyhounds
that ever raced in this coun-
try, who came out of retire-
ment this week and defeated
a good band of sprinters at
the Miami Beach Kennel
Damon Runyon is the world
record holder for a quarter
of a mile. His mark of 25 sec-
onds flat made in '1926 at the
old Hialeah track has never
been equalled.
About a year ago Damon
Runyori broke down and was
retired to the stud. Because
of his advanced years, his
owner, Otto R. Wohlauf, de-
spaired of ever racing him
But Damon Runyon, the
writer, came to Miami this
week and Wohlauf decided to
give the writer an opportun-
ity to see his illustrious name-
sake in action.
The writer was present to
see Damon Runyon win his
Damon Runyon won more
than $20,000 in purses during
his racing career. He is now



Backed by experience, will-
ingness and ability, E. L.
Vickers and C. L. Rollins
have just formed the new Mi-
ami Hudson-Essex Co. Inc.,
with salesrooms at 1601 N. E.
Second avenue.
Both men are well known
in the motor industry in Mi.
ami for the past years. Mr.
Vickers formerly operated
the Vickers Motor Co., and
about three years ago joined
the Hill Motor Co., as a mem-
ber of the firm, remaining
there until now.
Mr. Rollins was connected
with the Hill Motor Co. for
the past ten years in charge
of its service department and
as a member of the same
firm, until now. Both men
are well known as specialists
in Hudson and Essex Cars.
Believing that a cosmo-
politan city like Miami ,de-
serves real service in the
Hudson and Essex lines be-
cause of the large number of
these cars in use here, the
new company was formed.
Those who know the men at
the head of the new organiz-
ation, and the head of their
service department, Mr.
Wilder will have no hesitancy
in choosing the agency where
to buy a Hudson or Essex
car or to service either.
Adequate showroom space
eight years old-pretty old
for a dog to be running races
with speedy youngsters.
Combined with the splen-
did racing are the numerous
social events which are being
staged in the beautiful club
house every night, bringing
to the fore the social elite of
visitors and residents now in
this section.


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For three year olds and upward over the six furlong distance which has
brought out as fine a set of thoroughbreds as has ever faced the barrier.

Music by Caesar La Monaca and His All Miami Band
Race Trains Diret to Track Leaving F. E. C, City Station at 1:30 p. m.
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Dr. Solomon S. Huebner,
dean and founder of tihe
American College of Life Un-
derwriters, will adds the
Under writers Associatfi
here at a dinner given for him
by the association at the Civ-
ic Club, on February 4th.
His subject will be "Business'
Uses of Life Insurance." He
is nationally known a an au-I
thority on insurance. Mr.
Joseph M. Lipton is chairman
of the committee in charge of
Woman's inhumanity to
woman causes many men to
live and die in the bachelor

is provided in the building
leased by them in the Frank-
lin Apartments building and
the public has been invited
to inspect the showroom and
service station.

Harry Greenberg
an all star Yiddish cast in the
famous Yiddish comedy drama
at 58:0 P. M. at the
Riverside School
12th Ave. and 2nd St. S. W.
for the benefit of the Chesed
Shel Emes
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