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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Jewish newspapers -- Florida ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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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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Price: Five Cents

ionist Worker

Dies So denly

Dr. A. D. Halpern a resident of
iai for a number of years, and
eof the mosit active communal
workers, especially in the local
'onist ranks, died suddenly last
turday in New York city as
result of a heart attack.
Dr. Halpern -who conducted
pharmacy on Miami Ave. until
stsummer was one of the or-
niesof the Yiddish schule of
Arb ier Ring, ws a past o-
crof the Miami Zionist district
nd an excedingly active partici-
nt in practically all communal
fairs. He presided at most of
eZionist meetings in Miami for
past few years as well as at
writer Ring cultural gatherings.
ewas an exceptionally talented
eaer in Yiddish and well be-
edby all.
He was an expert chemist in the
rvce of the United States Gov-



Volume V.-No. IIZ.

Tune In Sunday 2 p. m.Satation

The Jewish Floridian program presented every Sunday afternoon over Station
WQAM beginning at 2 p. m. is replete with entertain et evr iueo
ago etor th m id i te air. Music that brings back memories of years
ag othe eol ones, acquaints the young ones with Jewish music that you and
thy want to know, played in the real Jewish inimitable manner by the Jew-
ish Florid~ian Orchestra, under the direction of Bernie Mayerson assisted b

somed roait is present for your entertainment. Would you like to have
soepa ticu ar music played or sung for you? Don't hesitate, but write The
Jewish Floridian Program in care of Station WQAM and your wish will be
complied with,

Sunday 2 p. m. for Real Enjoyment, Tune in on WQAM .

Announcentents a rcs
T0 be Held I MPt
Next Tuesday evening the an- 'CONGREGATION During the past week many
nual Talmud Torah Ball- being (Orthodox) secial games have been arranged
sposord b th Laies Auiliry 1545 S. W. Thira, Street at the Biscayne Fronton for the
spnof e th M h Jais sh ilar ISAAC M. WAPNER, Rabbi entertainment of visiting dele-
ofte Miami Jewis Orthodoxj JONAH E. CAPLAN, gates to conventions. Last week
Congregation will be held at the Associate Rabbi a trophy was presented on behalf
Woman's Club, 1737 N. E. Bay- iVIAMI JEWISH ORTHO. CONG. )of the Commission Merchants who
shore Drive. Many tourists have The usual services begin at 5 are holding their annual conven-
signified their intention of being p. m., with the late services at t'on here this week.
present and special entertainment 8:30 p. m. when Rabbi Jonah E. Particular attention is being
ICaplan will preach in English on p~aid by the matchmaker to the
will be provided in addition to the "TeJw steGentile Sees triples which have become favor-
dance music that will be furnish- Him." The usual congregational ites with the many patrons who
ed by Bernie Mayerson and his 9u~pe~ar aarsuodsear pus3 Buysuys are attracted by the world's fast-
orchestra. A special invitation is w 11 be led by the Rabbi. est games nightly. Three games
beig ~0tndd t all r~sdents Saturday morning services be- of doubles are played each night
beng eoritsq oatende to rsi sn l gin promptly at 9 a. m. with spe- Idur~ng the week. Light, fast jai
avnd. ouite tprceendths annuaeig cial congregational singing. and alai athletes featured the compe-
use eclsivlytoderayth ti-responsive readings. tition the past.several nights. Well
""~~~~ ixj beayth m aak ea onena ons cus nof th
themselves in the Talmud Torah. CONGREGATION BE~TH DAVID slni tedne aisae
Transportation will be furnished~ (Conservative) admitted free Tuesday, Thursday
for those otherwise unable to 139 N. W. Third Avenue anStuds.
reach the hall by calling 2-1183 S. M. MACHTEI, Rabbi

rnet during the world war,
ing stationed in Stamford, Conn.
ere he helped erect a beautiful
unity centre. He had plan-
dto return to Miami this week
hndeath occurred. He leaves
rvving him his widow. Inter-
ent was in the Montefiore Cem-
tryin New York.
It is expected that a memorial
etig will be held shortly to
nor his memory and in 9ipprb
:ation of his splendid communal


Races Scheduled

For the first time this season
~iscayne Kennel Club will feature
Three eighth mile race for older
logs. This is the longest distance
'ace yet attempted this year and
vill be a weekly feature hereafter.
The crowds attending nightly
ire the biggest seen here this sea-
on and indicate that the tourists
Ire arriving in greater numbers
very day. Wednesday and Th'urs-
lay nights the mutuels handled
he largest business of the set-
on. Popular with the fans is the
combination doubles, which ~has
'aid tremendous prices for a two
dollar ticket.
The winner in the doubles must
!ick the winning dog in two races.
Special guests dur the ek
1r League negates to the Nation-
SLatse hof homnission merch-
ual~vh are holding their an-
Vedn convention here this week.
ci 1sesday nights two racing of-
reaentof international fame were
laete S a t e grures ofG Jdx.
aricingy commissioner of English
aing th Carence Munn owner
lntheinfam us White City racing
Bonth inL on.
rack.Bt were high in praise for the ;

anytime before Tuesday noon. Rabbi S. M. Machtei will preach
atC-LI the 8 o'clock services tonight
B c hDog Track o::n "Capitalizing Prejudices." The
eat 0 recent re-organization of the Ku
1-Klux Klan to admit Jews into
Starts Next Week membership will be discussed by
jthe rabbi. Cantor Louis Hayman
The Miami Beach Kennel Club will chant the ritual. A social
willope foritsseasn o do hour will follow. Tomorrow morn-
racing beginning Wednesday night ing the services will begin at 8:31.
January 20, when the first auto- TIhe Bar Mitzvah of Irving Kaler
m atic starting device for dogs Iwill take place at 9:30 a. m. Sun-
wIll be used in this section of day School classes will open with
the country. The Keen Dog Har- the assembly on Sunday at 10 a.

'Author Sayis Few

Know Religion

The majority of people in the
world today are religious because
they have not the courage to
create their own salvation. Dr.
Lewis Browne, author and lec-
`turer, said Tuesday night in a
lecture delivered in 'Temple Is-
rael. Dr. Browne's lecture is the
first of a series of three arranged
by the cultural committee of the
The rest of the people, a 2 per
cent minority, Dr. Browne said,
are religious because they have
acquired knowledge and because
to them power and desire to cre-
ate become their religion.
"Primitive people believed in
magic because life would other-
wise have been too terrible to be
borne," Dr. Browne said. The 98
per cent of the world's population
who are able to do nothing to save.
themselves are religious for the
same reason, because it ~makes
,them count individually, and with-
out that opiate they could not con-
!tinue to exist in their monotonous
routines. The thousands of peo-
cple who go every Sunday in Los
rAngeles to- hear -Aimree Semple
,McPherson.doit because she makes
their lives bearable; she convinces
them that the world was created
fr them, and that they have a
The tragedy of people's beliefs
in miracles lies in the fact that
such a belief gives spurious com-
fort but does not ultimately give
any power, Dr. Browne said. He
places the hope of the world in
the few persons who understand
the insignificance of man, but
whoe behieme a e the dhingerwhioch
Smd h al dsoe small they are.
"fThe world can only become
Greater by thoughts and work,"'
he said, "by faith in the power of
intelligence to win. We have de-
pended on wis~ling ;tWind faith,
and prayer too long; now we must
depend on work, and believe that
the growth of knowledge is itself
a freedom."

Kashruls Permit

Is Withdrawn

Taking a definite stand, the
Miami Beach Kashruth Committee
under the leadership of Rabbi Laz-
arus Axelrod of Beth Jacob Con-
gregation, this week revoked the
permit granted by them to the
.Miami Beach Kosher Market. Thi.s
market is no longer under the su-
pervision of the committee and
its sign has been removed.

Jewish Play to be Given
at Beach

Plans for the benefit perfor-
mance to be given at the Ida M.
,Fisher fligh School auditorium,
Sunday evening, January 31, by
the New York Jewish Operetta
na anm are b gc a nounced by

include a number of outstanding
musical numbers between the acts.
The play to be presented is the
iYiddish King Lear", and the
Proceeds will be devoted to the

~trork of Beth Jacob Congregation
jointly with the Hebrew Friendrt
Innm and the Greater Miamni Jewiek
Cemetery Association. In charge
at~ arrangements is a ~ommintte
headed by Mr. I. L. Mintser.

:andida IAcy s Announced
Charles M~. Durran~ce of Jack-
Dnville, Fla., announced his can.
idacy for Governor of Florida,
IsthwNeek in a statement issued
Ste press. In his statement he
bounced a platformn of economy,
reductionn of taxes. Durrance
Sa prominent attorney of Sack.
Dville and well known through-
Uthe State.


ness starting device has been m.
used with remarkable success at
the Bayshore Kennel Club in San T
Francisco, Cal., and have enabled
even the slower starting dogs to
break on an even footing with the DR
fastr dgs.The device is a steel
feas ter osdin from the inne-r I
beamo ethen ng k and containing wil
railhtofsetseofr arness. The har- 8:1
ness is sstarranged that h ndor e o

a ficinal starter releases a spring Th~
enbigthem to get off in fine
e niton. The dogs are in full CO
view of. the fans at all times and
can soon learn the calibre of their
favorites from start to the very
Schooling races are being held T
nihtly at the track and to wl
continue to the very opening ato La
enable the six hundred dotgs the m
the track to A sohe mu ofdo tor th~
new device. sip ve n ext g /the
from Califor~nia wil arr he new grke
week, schiooled ~o tenwge
Everthing is readiness for a n1
rest season, of .racing.

137 N. E. Nineteenth Street
i. JACOB Hl. KAPLAN, Rabbi
Regular Friday evening services
l be held at Temple Israel at
5 p. m. when Rabbi Dr. Jacob

senwa th ecant Pic
e public is welcome.

311 Washington Avenue
LAMiami OBeaexabi
Ihe usual services begin at 5:30
m. with the late services fol-
ing at 8:30 p. m. when Rabbi
:rus Axelrod will preach a ser-
n on "Hope Israel Hope." Can,
Boris Schlachman wtill chant
services and lead in the con-

gatona sngig.State. Mr. Rudenskry is a national-
;aturday morning services be- ly known figure in the Zionist
at 9 a. m. with Cantor Sch- movement and has been a regular
hman conducting the services. visaitor to Mbiami

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Garden Arena t 0

Stag Bg Fi ht

The first fight of the season at
the large Madison Square Arena
to be staged here by "Pa" Strib-
ling, will be held Monday night
when Bob Godwin and Joe Knight
will fight ten rounds for the
Southern light heavyweight cham-
pionship. Young Stribling will also
appear in an exhibition match and
a splendid supporting card has
been arranged.
Ladies will be admitted free
with paid reserved seats and in
addition a large number of one
dollar seats have been provided.
This is the first of a series of
fights that are being planned for
the large Madison Square Arena.

Hre Rn TORurakr

Max Rudensky national field
representative for the Jewish Na-
tional Fund who is making a tour
of the South in the interests of
the Jewish National Fund, spoke
at Beth Jacob congregation, Mi-
ami Beach last Fiiriday night. He
will address the Jews of Wtest
Palm Beach next Monday evening
and the following week he will
speak in Tamapa, St. Peters~burg,
Orlando and other' cities in the

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Two spacious rooms, all conven.
iences, with fine family, excep.
tionally reasonable. Will furnish
meals if desired.
1021 N. W. IST ST.

~-II~t _;,_:_, :r a air be put on Februaryr 7, at the Teml-
a._~~.:-i-r w-lr~~ th~rr p~i ie Theater by the Wing and 'Wig
s-~fli _~f :1:;: aTe~~ at Club of the University. Millicient
s~~~e you__ an.E I' Rub~in sE the leading lady (and
'.<: wha: a leading lady' she makes).
Helen Lipton and Mitchell Kas-
v 4 g ar~off have minor roles. This play
-,~'~~ -I- iI 2g~t' :ti is- SUre to go over wTith such JeK-
.:-3- ish artists doing their part.
--I -: 5 a The National air races held
'"--tr :If._r ;r: r- here~ last weeki gave Miamians and
d7EL Tr IL'c-st~ r.~rre.j especially- the visitors an oppo~-

Anneances thf ~e Aninr of Its NewF Yard At
f irep ~-see. 5teve and Kaindling Wood. Charcoal
Te 2-3352 FREDERICKi J. WA~RD. Pres. and General Mar.

ary 17. the Sisterhood will cele
barat with a birthday- party o
which Mrs. S C. MYers is th~
geneal chairman.

A mteetng: of ath Fortighly
Book~ Review Club was hel at
the home of Mrs. A.- L Kanter
last Tuesday Cgt whrenr Mrs-
HarT1F Orin revFiewed ~-Wetwrd
Pazcssag" by- Margar Barnes
Mi~ rs. Whtc Wn-er gawr a -

Briiise." The~ r next meting of he
club~ wil be held on Januar 26.
at the home of Mrs Roser Lein

Macet Weinar wll review "Maid

Goest of bonPort th meeting rc
Fe Y1 Edna Kay-. r& Yr
A, H.~ Scapire of Brooklyn.~ N. T.

An ac*importn: mneeting~ of he

Monda evening. Janu~sr yh lia

use~-i=r--.ts at Arin-a

Hadssah~ ha at thre Acacia C i
proga was~ ~P, esente by M

Ri~aki -sky~ F naina epeera

tio. Hiss JeanereC HberfeM
pisyed a na~iumbr o6 f inlao see-

by xeauser 6obl. D?. Rosnsa-
ten an Bogcen and Ori~a

hA bth IrlE;en meetiarP of the
A.k & A (J~aminr FBai Brith) c~am~

we~ extend ear sincere

monecrs an the Man a
r r in wM&r wa ~ttttttttttttttttt

MR. ad Ma I..aRT AT

- Bad y Mr. +zd Mi- co r~
f iof B~nrooklyn 1. Mr.S asi M --
e Ruian. Mr. rand Mre ?r-
and. Ms U, 1. F'ar-k & e-- -c. I,

The os~Ptrgaiae mee ;i e
Ri~tua Chie~rr Kadids was~ he
f: thez a-res o~ Mr. 1ssac~ =aw

ca9r was e1Cf eted-Chaave N I_

Nasmon. Hi. M N.:
. G zhar. Solo=:< Schu*~, Vl-
as~im~, E. Genic~a--. ]j B. G
and1V M. M eer.P. cr ?b~f
ditio-.0~~ Chen- Kais ~- ~

Ao r be* :a

'rrEm Ist 1- '

I~~~ ,h ~ ,~a ~ci f;

~zp ~i~f sIy

~~te ~ c Bif.~ F
ed'T at heiY scnf Chabre Z1L

SinCeas nee~ a 5!!. g
T--~:ri see ffn i g~r-a-y:Rey

thampi mche r= thE OFF i 1-
7riony whofoudi S, ar FIades

t Jamar 19.IC at3~ the hae T6
;s~~-* *
ar We nar-~s
and) xam is Irent~ rai





tunity to see sights er
depicted in the U. s. onlm
audienea Iam referring

and ended showing Miami in I8
Mike Kasanoff and Milton i
Friedman were the only .)~~L
University~ students havingpr
in the pageant. They acted I
Amerlean soldiers in the conque.~
ing of Florida from the Spanuia
by Andrew Jackson.
The University Glee Club hen
made such good names for them~.
selves that eivie organizations la
Homestead, Dania and Lake Wort
are endeavoring to get them t,
put on concerts in their cities
Many Jewish students belong to
these groups.
A girl's athletic club is beia
formed at the U. for non-sorort
Jewish tirls. Plans have not at
been completed. At the earlier
time possible I will give you the
names of the club members.
Mdany speakers upon concludia
their addresses end up with sow
poem. Although I am not speak.
ing, and although this poem myl
not seem to jibe with the rest of
this article, here it is anyaway,
Take it or leave it.
,'Politicians all around us
Hear the horrid names they call;

9~00 Q1~99~~0~~t~~~0t~90~0:~:1~6ur.andY~ dorin stoe, ~n-Please don't get the impression
*********************** Mrpw~t and Mrs. Mtinh Stonero that I'm not interested in avia-
r guests a cp the~d Coloinira nd tion, cause I really am air mind-

f1~00Q~~Ola ~ g~~~~~~~~~090~~~0~6~~Q0 Yo fSa a':~rk M nd M1rs. for the ensuing year in the Bea-
+++++++**************************** ew~~ Mr and .drs. J. Gers- titudes. Miss Engler is the only
Beth ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~:. Davi Siseroo held a ite ee aw o hecm s H. London. Jew-ish officer. She has also en-
oard meeting in the form of a; as term. Pram a~ndrs~ enwtr .- M' sJ-ri i.Bn Davir. M~r. andl tered the declamation contest.
nocheonn last Wedneslday at its ment: Cy Blumerr.:hs:. ~stae? -t ui.Ot tg. Seea eihsuet ae
lmdTorah when MesdmamesLebow. David Hirsc: fisnan" c' -~il ad Mrs A. Hibbard. entered the tennis tournament.
.R Farr and Louis WPleinkle S~ilvr. L Levino an Max Seber:4.. (May I add that it sure was a
ere the hostesss. A reular mlembership. Stanley Lebaw. Be-a- 7L ;i:: re scheduled by the hard job finding out who entered.
eating of the members folloerdid rard aa and Al iher M C- for runday Those boys are so modest ? ?)
o'clock rad was opened with tion. Yu Mr~axr Sceebe B~s*: a'*d g. Januan 1. at its hall Maurice Cromer is the only one
re singin of a hymn by Mes~- Cy Blumen~tha: proper 7?. Mrrr's -a- :<.7postpod up to this time, who has really
ames Charles Markoita n af catan of abid wars. dei ve~-redr by Mr. S. play-ed his first match. He de-
m Fiedn~n Yr. fldo Ca brtez~ul. I~rt fi ~:~:` it o~ bel annunced in feated Clarence Turrier, 6-1, 6-2.

bent reported tht a number off bal. Ahiz Blatt; unn~i~ sr. 5mi
Talmund Toarah Chain Pand affa'jjersp Leba :hada. Bernardi Ka.:
would be held. the Arst. one ontrack. Lew-is- Sepitln.Aret
JanuaryF 20, at the Ta~lma~d Tora'ih of affa~irsae beq ng planned ar
whn Mesduames Louis Hayma, cthe organization te big eor
Sol WCeinkle, Chas. Markowitkj to be heki in Marchtt~ in se-ee:: r
HrryT Oliphant, and Meyer Sch- of its first ad~r-ierar.
arts will be the bestesses. ~A- ***
other affair wrill be a card partY n r. aa rew
on Sunday erening. Januuay 31, weetebss:a v :a
when~ Mrs.i Wm. Friedrman and of tOwn fr~iend irn he-r:~- ri :fM
Mrs. H. Rayris waill bet~-he ho~~rst and~ Mrs L~~ Pah f New- Y::1. ~
esse.e The next event will be thatat,. a cbife: s~~uze and : -geL .A:
of Fiebruary- 3. whn a buffer Tuesday~ erz:g.AT; o
lunche-on bridgeP will bte givRen at-~ guests~i atmda arre~ Mr.a
the home of Mrs. P. Schreinberp- Mrs Kiss- of New Yo~rki; U- I

dampr~es P. S~cheirnberg. :5 C, Ran- Mr. and Ms. Berg~s ~ _
rad M. Sceinherg wil be the M3r. adi Mrs Her--s oi sw~ \`r
host~esss. On Wednesday Febru-~ rs. K-enchyT and~ idahi e



;,;i =lr ~r- ~i:he Jew~iSh Flor.

~ r~ir.rls -twri3 was ~held

r,_ -: P~. ~2: f Tie :?euloe-

If~~~ = =Z:t. = ~
L~r:-A M~ anu~T High C

J. Harry Goldsmith have
played before but due tgq circum-
stances w-as unable.
Ed Lseven, the famous member
of the football team and now a
member of the basket ball team~is
also in the tournament
Arthur Schandloff the towering
type. (I bet he can sure lob
thFem) Ed Mferlin and Anson
Dreiser. the smart little monitor
are other competitors.
W'ell. Happy Landins!
I'd better go out and find who's
wnncring this tournament before I

ase~:c,~t ~ i~ my ob.

A ,ROUNSD THE CAMPUS .6 Maybe they will kill each other-
At Unversty o Miai + t's a fine world after all."

2~ i
By MIilton A. Friedman i

Cheerio. Here I am again, folks.
A iamous play and motion picture
is go~ing to be reincarnated, re-
r-ivi~fid, and depicted again, in
other words. "East Lynne" will

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Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Frank and
children, Sylvia and Laurence of
New York are the house guests
of their sister and brother in law,
Dr. and Mrs. S. Aronowitz and
will remain here until the latter
part of February. Mr. Frank is
a deputy attorney general of the
State of New York and while
here they have been the guests
at a number of affairs in their
Mrs. S. H. Lutzky one of the
delegates to the Southern Region-
al Conference of Hadassah at
Atlanta, on Jaunary 24 and 25,
will read an important paper.
Other delegates who will attend
are Mrs. Barney Weinkle and
Mrs. S. H. Lutzky.

Young Israel, an organization
of Jewish young men and women
of Miami, between the ages of 15
and 18 is making rapid progress,
and its membership is rapidly in-
creasing. It is the first of a num-
ber of groups being organized in
the furtherance of a Young Israel
movement in the Greater Miami
Plans are being made for a so-
cial for members and their friends
to be held on Thursday evening,
January 28, at the home of Miss
Goldberg, 308 S. W. 11th Ave.
min hre a ranb m tasis a

H is Go berg cai ma Mil re

Wuel an Frd Da S chet 1frri

Rose Dubler, 1169 S. W. 13th St.,
on Tuesday evening, January 26.


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Phone 2-4485


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We Supply Your Every Want

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Stanley C. Myers is general
chairman of the annual charity
ball to be held on February 28,
for the benefit of the distressed
families8 now under the care ?f
the Jewish Welfare Board. Music
for the event will be furnished by
Bernie Mayerson's Orchestra. All
Jeiwish organizations in this dis-
tict are co-oper~ating by naming I
representatives to the various 1
committees working for the suc- I
cess of this undertaking. Further 1
announcements will be made in an
early issue.

The birthday luncheon of the
Sisterhood of Temple Israel will
be held at the Blackstone Hotel
on February 1. In charge of ar-
r'angfements is a committee headed
by Mesdames B. L. Reisner and
.J. A. Richter.

On January 27, Wednesday eve-
ning, the Woman's Club of the
Workmens' Cir~cle is holding its
annual masquerade andf civic ball
at the Woman's Club on N. E.
IBayshore Drive. In charge of ar-
rangments is a committee con-
sisting of Mesdames M. Kaler, E.
Katziff, Henry Seitlin, F. Slavi-
ter1, B. Chertkoff, R. Rosen and
D. Gross. Elaborate entertain-
ment will be provided in addi-
tion tote dance music.

Rev. Zvi Hirsch Masliansky

nusa 0 o spn ndhe wnen a

1h bem botl, iamireeaico
rewl emtb a reetC

Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Arono-
wit z entertained last Sat ur da y
night with a buffet supper and
bridge honoring Mr. and Mrs. I.
Frank of New York. The home
was prettily decorated for the
event. Among those attending
were Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Cohen,
M r. and Mrs Le wis Bro wn, Mr .
and Mrs. Maurice Weingarten,
Mr. and Mrs. Boris Pred, Mrs.
Cora Shapiro of Canada, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Greenfield of New York,
Mrs. Dewey Ghertler, and Mrs.
Wally both of New York, Dr. and
Mrs. Max Ghertler, Mr. and Mrs.
Abe Aronowitz, Mr. and Mrs.
Blumenthal, Mrs. Neal Finkelstein
of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Dave
Davis of Jacksonville, Fla., and
Mrs. Charles Press.


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Mrs. H. H. Farr entertained
last Friday for a number of
friends. Prizes for high score
were won by Mrs. S. M. Machtei
and Mrs. Goldberg of New York.
Among the guests present were
Mesdames Mannheim of New
York, Max Aronowitz, Miltsberg
of Cincinnati, Ohio, Isidor Was-
serman, S. M. Machtei, Louis
Weinkle, Isidor Cohen, Morris
]Dubler, J. Katz, Chas Goldstein,
S. J. Spector, R. Roth of New
York, A. Wasserstein, Chas Wal-
der, Lewis Brown and Chas Gold-
berg of Detroit.

Mrs. Isidor Cohen entertained
recently for several out of town
visitors including Mrs. Neal Fin-
kelstein, Mrs. Dave Davis, both of
Jacksonville, Fla., Mrs. Sam Green-
field and Mrs. Dewey Chertler of
New York, and Mrs. Cora Shapiro
of Montreal, Canada. Among those
present were Mesdames P. Schein-
berg, H. I. Magid, Sam Green-
jfield, Sue Nevin, Max Aronowiz,
Max Ghertler, M. Mannheim, Dave
Davis, N~eal Finkelstein, Morr~is
Rubin, S. M. Machtei, Morris Du-
bler, A. Pratt, S. Aronowitz, Wm.
Friedman, Louis Weinkle, J. Eng-
ler, Sam Greenfield, Cora Shapiro
and H. Hl. Miller.

Fmnal arrangements have been
made for the gala dance being
sponsored for the benefit of the

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Mrs. H. Growman of Newark,
N. J., accompanied by her son,
Mort on and dau gh te r, Sy lv ia, is
visiting her siter and brother mn
law, Mr. and Mrs. Itarry Seitlin,
of Coconut Grove and wll remain
here for several weeks.

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At a well attended and elabor-
ate banquet held last Tuesday
night at the palatial Kosher Res-
taurant the newly elected officers
of Sholem Lodge of Bnai Brith
were formerly inducted into of-
fice. Mr. Isaa Levn ps
president of t or anzatian pas
toastmaster and introduced the
various speakers. Rabbi 8,. Ml.
Machtei of Beth David Synagog
delivered the invocation and pro-
nounced the benediction. pThe
guest speaker, Mr. Samuel Ro of
of New York city spoke of sto
work of Bnai Brith. Adol h
Freund of Chicago delivered the
formal charge to the officers and
Stanley C. Myers the new presi-
dent gave an outline of his plans
for the coming year. In the mu- ,
sical program that was presented
during the evening, Bernie May-
erson played a number of violin
selections, Max Schier, Mrs. Wm.
Friedman and Milton Friedman
sang and were accompanied at the
piano by Irene Farr. A trio ren-
dered a number of musical selec-
tions during the evening. Mr. Wm.
F'riedman was chairman of the
committee in charge of arrange-

Jeiseh L lif e Buuau 'wiof hthe
a lu cedon meeting atl8Kaplan2 3 l

RA ervat ionmayebe ma-M b

.held and a brief address will be
mad bya prominent spea er.
Final arrangements have been
made for the benefit bridge of the
Sisterhood of Chesed Shel Emes
to be held Sunday evening, Jan-
unry 17, at the London Arms Ho-
tel, Miami Beach. The proceeds
wi ll be used for the funds of the
organization to provide burial for
the poor. Prizes will be awarded
and refreshments will be served.
The public is cordially invited.
Mrs. Samuel Aronowitz enter
tained last Thursday in honor of
her sister and brother in law, Mr.
and Mrs. I. Frank of Brooklyn, N.
Y., at a beautiful card party. The
home was beautifully decorated
for the event with potted palms
and tropical plants. Prizes for
zg score were w byo teiA X
During the evening a buffet
luncheon was served. Among the
guests attending were Mr. and
Mrs. A. Czech, Mrs. Goldberg of
New York, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Aronowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Hurwitz ax Ge Id k, Mr ad
Mrs. E. M Glsen r d
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Dubler and others.

aThe rfte I adie AuI arya o
tyeMiami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation was held last Tuesday
night at the Synagog and a num-
bre of tourists as well as resi-
dents attended. Individual prizes
w re awarded at eachlotab e fo

evening refreshments were served.

Last Sunday the Palatial Kosher
staurant was `the scene of a
pe etty family gathering to
verbrpte the birthday of Levy
cele field of New York city. The
Hiursht was specially decorated
for the event adedmanyh flct
tions wre Mr. Hirshfield is a well
of, hooommunal worker in New
nkor city being a director of the
/Lbnn H stal, ad of th
LebanonMen'os Hebrew Assooiatione
He has been a winter visitor to
Miiami for a long number of years
and has contributed to local in-
stitutions during his visits. Among
the guests present were Mr. and
Mrs. Reuben Hirshfield of New
York, Mrr..and Mrs. Henry Hirsh-
field of Meadville, Pa., Mrs. Hertz
of M~eadville, Pa., and Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Hirshfield of Miami.
Mr. Levy Hirshfield will remain
her~e for the balance of the winter
season having arrived here only
last week.
r* *
Final preparations have been
made for the ga a annual Ng
Club event sponsored for the ben-
efit of Temple Israel Sisterhood,
to be held at the Spanish Gardens
ntthe Alcazar Hotel Sunday eve-s

Mrs. H.~e aE. Kleinmaange is hrmn
th ussof the comitterho and sh sb-

ing assisted by Mrs. I. L. Selig-
ma n. Others on th e committee
are Mesdames Tobias Simon, JT.
A. Richter and Leonard Epstein.

Plans for the annual Fashion
Show that will be held on Febr-
uar y 8, at the Scottish Rite Tem -
ple on N. W. N. River Drive in-
clude fiffty-two models of the
latest modes in clothes. The Sen-
ior Council of Jewish Women
which is sponsoring this annual
event is making every effort to
have this one of the most out-
standing affairs of 'the season.
Bernie Mayerson and his orches-
tra will provide the music for the
show. Mrs. Al Seiden is general

bThe Desser ralri seters so id
be an afternoon event of January
25, and will be held at the home
of Mrs. H. H. Miller. The pub-
lic is invited. Prizes will be award-
ed and refreshments will be serv-

Dr. and Mrs. Lewis Browne of
Santa Monica, Calif., were hon-
ored guests at a dinner party Sat-
urda~y night at the Hollywood
Beach HIotel by 1Wr. and Mrs. Fei-
be mn thMiai ne0tnhe guests
and Mrs. J. H. Kaplan, Mr. and
Mrs. Day J. Apte, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Gerald Lewis, Mr. and Mrs.
Mitchel Wolfson, Mr. and Mrs. I.

Mr. aoseMis lber AMW arthand
of Ashville, Tenn.

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J. LOIS S OHET. Editor

Mfiami, Florida Phone 2-1183
Entered ast econd-class matter J.3:y 4
1950. at thte Pos~t office at ?ri m~i. Fla..
under the act of Mlarch 3. 15" .
414 Eighth Street
Mrs. M. Schrebuick, Representative
Six Months .... $1.i3
one Year .sro
Y'olume \Y.-Sumber 3.
Friday-. January? 15. 1932 :

H'e often talk of' the Jew-ish
heart. the heart that is mragnan,-
mous even to the e-e~ry extre1me.
Wef fo~rgt how-ever, that of=te::
magnanim~ity not only creates the
v-ery condition that should be ob-
v-iated, but also causes the destru-
tion of him w-ho w-ants to be so
kind hearted.
There w-as. and there is a need
for a Hebrew~ Friendly? Inin in, Jii-
amni. W-e m~ust take care of the
WTe cannot permit our unfortu7-
ates, through from other cities-.: r
starve or lack: a place to laya
w-eary head to rest. The Jews
have alwfays been knownl as the '
sons of A-braham. They ha-e
alway-s been known as the "M~ac1-
nis Orchim."
HOW~E\ER .. Conditi:ons as
they- exist in the Hebrewf Frien:d-
ly- Inn today are abs-olutely- ur.-
called for. They create conditions
wFhich wFill bring down disgrace

a great shock as to the power d
the International Bankers. The3
may control millions, but ar
thing they can't do is to get o
a job. They may send you tot
heads of certain corporations w~l
letters of introduction, but te
can't insist that you behie
Those corporation managers wi
reply to the bankers, 'You hadl
us responsible; you must let al
It turned out as Ipredidd~
The young man finally secured (
job, but not by any help of tw
I have seen several natical
elections, but never one in whid
the partners of any of the big Y
ternational banking houses we#
agreed upon a candidate. id
Two partners, sitting sdb
side, would offset each otheL
In the last analysis, who ar
they ?
I'll tell you. You and i m
they. We run things. A besio
may have millions of capital,
plants, and huge sales forcesi. j
if .you and I do not like its plP
duct, all these huge assets ~P
merely liabilities, h
Talleyrand said a shrewd bl
when he remarked, "There is O
person wiser than anybodyb
that is everybody." You a
are everybody, and we decide.
Mr. Morgan does not sae*
Even the editor of this paper,
is my boss, does no t b Ye as
any great alarm. u eiv
I care about you, gentle thudl
dWsho yo tr your

The love of a good wpoms~
the best protection any I*

sul uess; a mlovied atres a ger
~she a done o~r duy we
il,, m hnet to wnema long
eno~ugh t i o h mc u
Cgr he takes into his coffee.
"If y-ou want to know what land
o~f times these are. Young Joe
.\asys thet manages th' five-and-
jten-ctnt store to town, tells me
t' things he sells most of is lip-
sticks an' c~ap fer beer bottles.
"ThEy\ a~n't much hope for a
'n:ar w-hen a gal goes out with him
Sa dress he said he didn't es-
:.e a;lly care fer.
Teacheir Now, Johnny, what i
ad- CaesLar exclaim when Brutus
I abbetd him .

No m~an can avoid his own com-
r;.i!.-:i! ip. he would best make

whenrr a m~an gets the worst of
51 argument he always tries to
a : a.- if he had merely been
srawiing the other man out.

"I don't know but what it would
sav.;e a lot of talk to have just one
i;onstitutional amendment against
Se:;joy\ment, and let it go at that.

There isn't much~ money when
o~ne can purchase an eight-day
clock for a dollar.
The slave has but one master,
the officeholder has many.
It is an art to be able to con-
ceal the defects of art.

The ay Of Life

A man stopped me on the street
nd? ja1 nhahe 'a some imponrb t
put the market up in the next few
'Eeks~," he said.
"W~ho are they ? I asked him.
SHe looked at me scornfully, as
:tough I ought to be ashamed to
jconfess such ignorance. "LWhy
the," he answered, are the big
shots, the insiders, the internation-
ial bankers, the Interests."
"Oh," I said, and thanked him '
atnd wen~t on my way.
W~hen I graduated from college
lI had a great deal of awe of the
SInterests, and at that period they
we'tre indeed pretty powerful. Im.
portant corporations were com.
paratively few, and those few
w ere small in comparison with to.
Their stock was controlled by a
compact group of men who, by
acting together, could often make
or break the market. Morgan
could get them all in a room and
Sell them what to do
But times have changed. Cor-
porations are enormous; shares
are scattered among millions
Theyv, the interests, are not what
they used to be
One time I served on a civie
committee, most of whose mem-
bers were bankers. The executive

secretary was a bright young col-

on' hae o He saidwh n mth
j b is over these big bankers will
tke care of me.
lWell, the job was over, and I
tl im. "You are going8 to have



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All his drhaging years.
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ians trying to playN
Charley Chaplin still talks
pln toact the Little Corsieaa

~fCongress can be kept in
wt our gavels a week,
shouldn't break up more t~at
couple to bring Kilauea, the
waiian volcano, under control

Whatever become of Zare g
the elderly Turk who wasarl
a couple of seasons ago? In
still 156 years old ?

Yodelers are reported diy
peering from the Swiss mos
tainsides. It is evidently dueU
some natural cause, since tha
is no bounty paid on them, sar

The foot ball season closed E
nally, with atheg at Tlane tena'~

bowl of roses.

The Swedish discoverer of de
theory that life on the planets
gan in hot water doesn't giveth
inhabitants credit enough fa
holding their own.
r r
Social Worker--Do you belief
in the transmogrification ol
souls ?
Fisherman No. I likes 'e
fried in the regular way.
r !
There is nothing more desiralI
than a cook who can cook.
1 !
A man's ideal home has a ma
tle in every room on which he e
rest his feet.

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0rt l:nlann law.
t-asic law of
:he, .ongn~ and

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jk a i Ies -af worker fom hih-

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reorganization of the Kash
committee of Beth Jacob con
nation, Miami Beach was ef
edlast Sunday afternoon. Rab
aarsAzelrod will be .th
rehead and announces tha
ipRomer and Sunshine Kosh
aret at the. Beach are no~
)rthe supervision of ,the com
e.All kosher butchers ma:
detified by a sign signed b:
Rabbi and Can'tor Schlachman
is the Mashgiarch. ,,

thJacob Bibtle; classE tneet
yWednesday ~evening, at
n.when course's are given ii
Biblical history and cuirren
ihevents, under the joint di
onof Rabbi L. Axelrod ane
0. Grossman. All young mel
women between 14 and 1I
rsof age may join this group

lasare now being made for
encfor the pupils of Betl
>bSunday school to be hele
ngthe month of February
thrannouncement will be
le in an early issue.

L. Weiss of Port Huron, Mich
registered at the Lincoln Plaze
rtments, Miami Beach,. for the

[rs. Charles Flax and dagg r
s Matilda Flaz, of New York
spending the winter at the
iscus apartments.

Irs. Ann Zuckerman and daugh
Florence Audrey, of Chicago
staying at the Locust apart
Its for the winter.

.. L. Schaefe and J. Allison
k have arrived from Wilming
Del., to spend the winter at
cBiltmore apartments, Miami

fr. and Mrs. Erie F. Grundin
children, Mary Ellen, Robert
Rosemary of Oak Park, Ill.,
winter guests at the Ohio

man of Valor,' (Chapter 31 of the
Book of Proverbs) walking up
and down and stopping often to
look at me and smile. I sat like
a stone and would have liked .the
earth to open under me and swal-
low me. Mind you, I understood
everything he was saying in the
Holy Tongue. Finally, when he
came to the verse 'She is like the
merchant-ships; she bringeth her
food from afar,' I could bear it
no longer. The shame came up
to my heart and I began to cry
"He, my Talmud-Chochem, be
the memory of the righteous for a
blessing--just looked at me once
-no more--and he knew every-
thint at once. But he went right
on and finished the end, just as
though I deserved all the praise
that was in it. But something
there came into his face, I no-
ticed as if an angel from God
had touched it. And I felt in my
heart that something great, some
miracle, was going to happen.
"He made Kiddush over the two
white loaves, and when he tasted
the first morsel his face just
beamed with wonder.
"'A ste like Paradise! he
said and ~smacked his lips. LI.took
some after him, and I couldn't
understand how the white bread,
which I had made without even
one egg, could taste like the best
egg-cake I: had ever eaten.
"'Perele,' says he to me again,
(Continued on Page 6)

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come and make her tell stories of
her past glory. Without know-
ing it, she often tells them the
same ones over again, but they
all listen with attentive faces and
make believe it is all new and
wonderful. And if any there are
inclined to smile secretly or open-
ly little Jakie, the newsboy,
threatens heavy punishment. For
Jakie is Perl's most ardent friend,
and often plays "hooky" from
synagogue in order to sit with
"The 'apikorsim,' the nubelivers,
these days, make fun of every-
thing," says Perl, '$utf that is
cause mine, peace unto him, is
no longer living. In his day he
did things which would make them
stop laughing fast enough."
All the children know they may
expect a story of the wonderful
powers of "hers,'' peace unto him.
"(I am1 an1 ignorant woman," be-
Kins Pierl; "but he, mine, taught
me one chapter in the Scriptures,
the one you will hear the men
say when they return in a little
while. It begins like this: 'A
woman of valor, who can find her ? i
For her price is far above rubies.'
That chapter he made me learn
because, he used to say, the great
King Solomon had written it in
my honor! And on Friday rights
when he returned from synagogue
and sang that chapter after his
Sa'bbath greeting, he kept look-
ing at me all the time, and my
heart melted with happiness and
"But, one Friday night-do you
hear, kinderlach ? instead of
pleasure I felt only pain and
shame. What the trouble was?
The trouble was a very great trou-
ble. There was nothing to eat. I .
had worked and slaved like a horse
that week, but the peasants had
asked unheard of prices, the mis-
tresses refused to buy, and com-
petition was plentiful, and even
old debts I 6ias unable to collect.
bo thll could whitreforb th
and a soup seasoned with a piece
of fat I had gotten from, one of
the cooks. You can imagine what
kind of soup it must have beem!
Very bad, no ? Well, just wait
and see.
"Mine, peace unto him, enters
with his Sabbath greetings as usu-
al and begins reciting the 'W~o-

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NgPOpen Ud t Muen o

bewen te com le pandof th

sngge g ha sch mw nd m u
power and peace that it alone
seems sufficient to bring rest from
all the fatigue of the week's la-
b r
oThat hour, especially, brings to
1Perl hosts of memories of her
toilsome past, memories made
Iholy by the Aigure of him, her
pious and learned husband whom
setusedlaoT maintain in the sudy
strange house and strange land,
she nevertheless loves to begil,
herself by making all thed Cabl>

w"i ing expectantly for the men
to come back from the synagogue
Just as though her own would be
among them.

and of te n adbrs she hs nep
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A Page for Miami Beach News

. number of close friends at the wilhave its usual weekly dne
i- Home of the Beckers, 828 Pennsyl- at the Biscayne Temple, 15th Ave.
. v~ania Ave., Miami Beach. When and N. W. First St., following a
. lthe Abramwoitz arrived at the brief business session. The pub-
e IBecker home the lights were turn- lie is always welcome at these
,t ed on and they were astonished dne.
. lby the gathering. A mock wed- ***
w ding ceremony was performed by Mrs. Jane Kantor, of Pasaic N.
. IRabbi Lazarus Axelrod and Can- J., will arrive here by boat next
y tor Boris Schlachman. The guests Tuesday morning to spend some
y of honor were presented with atmewhhepant, r.nd
I, silver percolator set by their Mrs. Schonfield of this city.
friends as a memento of the event. ***
Mr. Abramowitz is from Toronto, Beth Jacob Sisterhood entertan-
s Can., where he received the dis' ed at its annual bridge party last
8 tinction of being president of one Tuesday night at the Hotel Helene
n of thy Aargest synagogues there, Miami Beach. More than twenty-
t the Anshey England Shul, for nine five tables of bridge were in play.
-successive terms. Since his ar- Following the games, prizes were
d rival here he has been active in awarded for high scores and re-
n communal affairs, was president freshments were served. Mr.
8 of Beth Jacob congregation, Mi- Louis SchwartZ and Mrs. Sam
,. lami Beach, is one of the founders Blanck were in charge of arrange-
and directors of the Greater Mi- ments. Many tourists attended.
r ami Jewish Cemetery Association, The proceeds will be used for the i
h as well as vice president of the Talmud Torah of the congregation.
d Hebrew Friendly Inn. He is also
. director of the Beth Jacob congre- ************
e gation, and an active member of A MANNA SABBATH MEAL *
the Beach Vand Kakashruth. Ad- *
dresses of felicitation were made *t from "Kasriel, the Watchman *
by many of the guests present, by Rufus Learsi *
a and several vocal selections were ****
e given by Cantor Boris Schlach- -
man. During the evening a splen- Here is a very interesting story
did unchon ws seved.about the love of a good woman
Among those present were Mr. anaveyobemnadofa
tand Mrs. Jacob B~ecker, Mr. and miracle, which a strange power
,Mrs. Sam Blanek, Mr. and Mrs. performed, that brought a great
Louis Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs, happiness and a beautiful mem-
Abraam ohen Mr.and rs. ory into the life of Perl, the
Abahm oen Man Ms Peanut-Woman. You will like it. I
Sam Cohen, Dr. and Mrs. Barney .
,Weinkile, Mr. Shapiro of Strad-
On Friday night, when, after
-ford, Ont., Mrs. Schechter of Ham-
the lighting and blessing of the
ilton, Ont., Miss Esther LeRvy, a cndePrte ent-o n,
nto .eRe Y s a sits down in the new-cleanedo pa
-daughter, Helen, Obadiah Gross- adwisfrtertr fte
t man of New York, Rabbi L. Axel- mnflsfo yaouhra.
irod and Cantor Boris Schlachman.perneisocagdtthe
.might be taken for a different
The Miami Beach Jewish Socialwo n.Terd adnn ke-
lset entertained at a very success- cifhsmd a o rgt
t ful dance following its businessblkwi;nplc ofterd
,meeting at the Miami Beach Coun- waist and green skirt she has put
,try Club. The set will meet regu- onaglossy brown dress; but
larly every week at the Club boveal e ae em ohv
through the courtesy of the ci~y grown fres herfc smoter, younver.
officials. All young Jewish men grw esr motr yue.
;and women are urbid to attend lo h r'e dnnoh
tand will be made welcome. I alrwt etecide rw
dr\ h~~n tt rr d her TPhat hor rr

Ir'. and Mrs. J
ghter, Audrey, o
among guests a
rtments, Miami B

.Levin and
,f New York
rt the Loeusl
leach, for the

The Beth Jao Talmud Torah

h po nmer rof Ob dia dG os
formerly of Palestine as the in-
structor, under the personal super-
vision of Rabbi Axelrod is begin-
ning to show excellent progress.
Classes are being held daily from
3:30 to 6:30 and courses are given
in Hebrew reading and writing,
Bible, history and ethics. Pupils
who desire to enroll may apply at
the Synagogue from 4 to 6 daily.

Mr. and Mrs rnold M. Blum-
rg and daughter, Nancy R.,
ve arrived from Philadelphia to
nd the winter at the Ocean
ive apartments, Miami Beach.

Last Sunday evening Mr. and
:s. Lazarus Abramsowitz of
ami Beach were guests at a
rpnise party tendered in cele-
BionlO their twentyffhwd


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knd aof fod that the one who ate
it w~as longing for. There! Now
/will you laugh? Could not he,
,, Talmid-Chochem, bring to pass
mfatay n of the Children of
Israel could bring to pass in the
desert ?"
And the face of Perl, the Penr-
nut-WComan, beams upon her au-
dience with triumph and exulta-

I have never seen a greater con-
trast between the old and the new
than the contrast between the old
American fighting frigate Consti-
tution, and the great new German
flying ship, the DO-X. Both of
them came into New York Harbor
about the same time.
If the men who manned the Con-
stitution in its famous battle had
been told that their grandchildren
would live long enough to see a
ship actually larger than the Con-
stitution, flying through the air at
ai speed of a hundred miles an hour
and carrying seventy-two passenr-
gers, they would have thought it
necessary to lock up the person
shoutold them that in a lunatic



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of the freshest turnips.
"That night, kinderlach, I w
in such a state that I did not da
THE FUTURE OF THE JEWISH :ask him -any questions. And ~
weeks afterwards I felt too gre
PEOPLE DEPENDS UPON an awe to speak to him about t
:wonders he brought about th
j\ THE PROPER TRAINING Friday night. But there came
OF THE JEWISH CHILD tie when he e lI nede o\ yl
will laugh!
..i ma .I "Did you kinow, any: wise one
what the Children of Israel a
TRUEJEWIH FA HIONin the desert? Manna, no? We
i (I TRUEJEWIH FA HIONandthdeo yunknowht slh es tta

life t e draferso ktel with hon
L ~it was more, and you can ask al
scholar about it. The taste of t
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The Young Mien's Club Basket-
ball Team is just about the busi-
est ball club in these here part.
ITheir schedule calls for many ex-
Stra games, and the boys are put-
ting out all their have in order
to keep up their past record.
In an exhibition cage tilt at the
j"Y" Saturday evening, they de-
feated the Miami Baking Company
five 25 to 12. WZith Izzie Schf-
artz forward, scoring seven points
the JewKish boys had no trouble in
leading the bakers 13 to 4 at the
end of the first half. Scoring 12
more points in the final count
the club won handily. Al Gross-
man came dashing in from guard
position to follow Schwfartz with
6 points. Irving Hirsch, center,
scored 4, and Ralph Grossman,
forward, and Lou Rosen, guard,
two each.
Monday evening they suffered
the first defeat of the season,
when the Tamiami Temple team,
nosed out a 29 to 28 victory over
them. This defeat relegated them
to a tie for second place. Twro
more games are to be played wfith
the Temple team during the sea-
son, and the Men's Club is ex-
pected to turn out two victories.
The boys were slow in getting
started, and were behind 17 to 6
at the half time. In the second
half they got going and gradual-
ly worked the score up to within
a goal of victory when the w-his,
tle ended the game. E. W'einkle
and Al Grossman starred for the


Beth Israel Sisterhood sponsor~
ed a card party last Wednesday
evening, at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Dave Tisnower, Palm Beach,
when an unusually large gather-
ing attended. Prizes were awrard-
ed for high scores and refresh-
ments were served.
Beth El Congregation Bazaar
committee held an important busi-
ness meeting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Martin when plans for
the bazaar were discussed. Fol-
lowing the business session a so-
cial hour was spent and delicious
refreshments enjoyed.
The regular semi-monthly meet-
ing of Beth El Sisterhood was
held at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Jake Levinthal. Follow-ing the
business meeting a social hour
was spent and refreshments serv-
ed by the hostess was enjoyed.

The regular meeting of the
Beth Israel P. T. A. and Child
Story group was held at the Tem-
ple Monday night when Dr. Carl
N. Herman spoke.

The Literary Club of Congrega-
tion Beth El will hear Max Rud-
ensky national field secretary of
the Jewish N'ational Fund speak
on "Zionism" next Monday night
at the Community House.
Congregation Beth El held its
regular Sunday night card party
at the Roumanian Inn when twelve
tables of bridge were in play.
Prizes were awarded for high
scores and delicious refreshments
were served. Messrs. Louis Van-
gilder, Martin Dubbin and Harry
Leibovitt were the hosts.

(Continued from Pagej)
.to-night you will stay in your
seat and I w\ill do the serving.
''Of course, I was gbing to pro-
test, but, as I said before, he
looked so strange, so serious, that
I obey-ed without a word.
"'Then he takes one of the
loa\-es, cuts off two slices, puts
the into plates, keeps one for
hi self, gives me the other, and
i 'Fish! Gefillte fish!'
"A~h, you are laughing ? Laug,
laugh! You woulddn' tal yoau h
itsute d sik sh is nothing! It
tasted like the best fish that was
ever coo !
"Mine, may his favor shield
us, was no more the same man,
I looked at him and I had to turn
away my eyes. His face was
shining. The Presence itself seem-
ed to be resting on it. H

cut Aftertwo more si cerne white
bread and says: "M~eat, chicken
"Y~ou can laugh as much as you
like. But it had the taste of real
chicken. Mline tasted like the
drumstitch sAftel the emat a

what was that I said before about
the soup ? ever mind, but that
soup wsas no soup, it was the rich-
est and sweetest broth ever set
on table. The taste of it is even
now in my mouth.
"'He filled the plates again--I
had made plenty of it--and took
some of the white bread and broke
it into the soup.
"'Tzimmes," says he. 'Turnip
"Wnell, you think it's a joke,
hey! But the tzimmes was like all



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