The Jewish Floridian

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The Jewish Floridian
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
January 22, 1932
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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VolumeV No IV. Miami Flori Fri
Friday, January 22, 1932

Price: Five Cents


INoted Jurist

Is Honored

Judge Charles C. Simons of the
Federal District Court at D~etroit,
Mich., was nominated by President
Hoover last week to fill the vacan-
cyons thsbencho the Sixth Uni-
peals in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Judge Simons is the son of the
well known philanthropist David
W. Simons and his wife who have
hpenpatheir winters in Miami for
In commenting upon the nomin-
ation, The Detroit Free Press, one
of the leading newspapers says:

"President Hoover has given
recognition to outstanding fitness
and merit in nominating Judge
Ch.12:1 C.Sol":" i' the F~e ir

the vaca"cy o" he b nch ofode~
of Appeals in Cicinnati.
The promotion given to Judge
Simons is logical, and is a just
result of the record for soundness,
commonsense, and fearlessness the
Judge has made in his present
position. His transfer to the
Court in Cincinnati will be a
guarantee of a continuance of the
high efficiency and standards now
Prevalent in that tribunal.
The people of Detroit have only
one reason for regret in connee-
tion with the promotion of Judge
Sinions. That is thefact that his
new duties will take the Judge
away from Detroit, at least for a
great part of the time, so that thi
City will lose the presence of a
rarely valuable citizen who was
j orn andh oedhre handowho has

anad ne elmeen of hsarengthnwhere

So That All May Know

The Bleth Jacob Kashrus
Committee wishes to make it
c ear that the withdrawal of the
cuevso h o arthe Miamli
to the folloer et wasos due
proprietors oin teesaadmMarkT
signed a contract with the com-
tets otot remunora the ser-
giach) and agreed upon an al-
lotted sum per week. This
== r-amt came into force De-
cem er 1st, 1931. After nine
weeks supervision including the
mnth ofNvem er,8 whitc en-

ergy and use of his ato obile
the proprietors of tahe market
emphatically refused to pay one
cent towvards the inspector's
service, thus causing a .direct
loss to the committee which
pays the inspector a fixed sal-
ary per week. The committee,
rrea izing the difficulty on the

ma ke 'tto mee th d bt, su
gested thhit they, the committee,
onatie mee supervision for the
December free, and also offered
a special contract of fifty pr
cent for the month of Janua y,

198i2. This offer was refused,
andl as a result the poster in-
dIcatilig thie supervision of the
committee was withdrawrn.
(Signed) Lazarus Azelrod,
Rabbi ]Beh Jacob Cong.
Miaml $eac,~ Fla

Tune In Sunday 2 p. m. Station

The Jewish Flor~idian program presented every Sunday afternoon over Station
WQAM beginning at 2 p. m. is replete with entertainment every minute of
the entire time it is on the air. Music that brings back memories of years
ago to the old ones, acquaints the young ones with Jewish music that you and
they want to know, played in the real Jewish inimitable manner by the Jew-
ish Floridian Orchestra, under the direction of Bernie Mayerson, assisted by
noted vocalists is presented for your entertainment. Would you like to have
some particular music played or sung for you? Don't hesitate, but write The
Jewish Flo~idian Program in care of Station WQAM and your wish will be
complied with.
Sunday 2 p. m. for Real Enjoyment, Tune in on WQAM

this organization only one
uthr will be recognized by the
ommitte *in Miami Beach, and
thsbutcher will be the only one
hving the supervision of this new
organization. The butcher chosen
wsMax Nusbaum, owner of the
met and poultry department of
teMiami Beach Kosher Market.
The officers of the new organ-
Stioncaere: ce tran, Davi Sha

aidraosh Ha do oW shipnr'\q

den o te Orthodox Kehilla Cam-
de,N. J.; members of the board,
Sion H. W iteman, president of
teChevra Shas Brooklyn, N. Y.,
Moescha Rosenberg of New York
and Miami Beach; Victor Mell of
Brooklyn, -N. Y., Isaac Gross of
Sapatoga Springs; I. Sokolov;e
ISchenectady, N. Y.; Philip Zwit-
man, Newark, N. J., Jacob Lan-
~des of New York eity.
This is the second Kashruth
committee in Miami Beach. The
other committee is the official
Kashruth Committee of. Beth Ja-
cob Congregation, Miami Baych
headed by Rabbi L. Axelrod 'of
the Congregation under whost
supervision the other two butchers
onmt e Beach are at the present

Beach Kennel Announcements 1Hadassah Will
Club Opens MIM EWS RTOO old Conference
With more than six thousand (Orthodox) The Southern Regional Confer-
racing fans attending, the Miami/ 1545 8. W. Third Street ence of Junior and Senior Hadas-
Beac genel Clubopeed tslISAAC M. WAPNER, Rabbi sah will be held Sunday, January
Beac KenelClu opnedits JONAH E. CAPLAN i 24, and Monday, January 25, at
doors to the Miami public Wedne -; Associate Rabbi the Henry Grady Hotel, Atlanta
day night for 1932 racing season. Ga. Mrs. Rose Halpern national
The arnes aparaususedfor The early Friday evening ser- vice president of Haddassah will
the first time in this section, went vices will begin at 5:30 and will be one of the principal speakers
over so impressively with thle be followed by the late services during this conference. Mrs. J.
crowd that little doubt of its fur- a t 8:30 when Rabbi Jonah E. Cap- IJ. Hellman regional president will
'lan will preach in English on "Do preside. Among the delegates at-
the ppulriy emane. PrsnsMiracles Foster Religion." teh~ding from Miami are Mrs. S.
from all walks of life made up the AsclhorwlflowteH. Lutzky, Mrs. Barney Weinkle,
openng-ightcrod. Al hxesservices. Saturday morning the M~rs. B. K~oHl and Mrs. S. Black
in he radstnd er filedtoservices begin at 9 a. m. and a for the Senior chapter, and the
capacity, as was the clubhouse LesWike eti~
fe trute of these? services~f is the MissesLeaWikBerie

proper, with many of the social
elite of Miami and the Untited
States. The grandstand layin was

congregational singing led by the

Goldenblanck and Reta Merson
for the Junior organization.

"Siyom Hatorah"

TO Be Held Soon

Pans heo now radeheaoro th

monheld Tth earl p rtt Snext

adess the math ringoand an elab-
orate program mof entertainment in
te rardit a manner will follow

Distance Races

Are Popular

Patrons at the Biscayne Kennel
Club track have taken quickly to
the three eighth mile races, the
longest distance run at the track
by the dogs. It affords the older
dogs a real opportunity to show
their mettle and the fans get it
real thrill watching the struggle.
Crowds have not diminished and
thousands have taken advantage of
the opportunity to see dog racing
at 1Miami's home town dog track.
Among the favorites who have
won popular acclaim are Nancy
Carroll Caress "the flying prin-
cess' who was the favorite in the
ninth race Thursday evening as
we went to press. She has won
many of the contests she has been
entered in and has always respond-
ed to thie public's 'confidence by
splendid performances'
Big prices are being paid at the
mutuels especially mn the doubles
when one must be successfully in
picking -the ~winning dot in ach
odf two races to college on- the bet.

Escrow ex; drng t enin ih CONGREGA sONv BiETH DAVID

More than seven hundred dogs 139 N. W. Third Avenue
are now stationed at the track, S. M. MACHTEI, Rabbi
and more dogs will arrive the first
of oi' weed. Those front On Ca- to Rab ng e.Maechotei il erre c

quainted with the nw h iese ap Ira b wiH designaotres the enusee a

ing have been thoroughly school- lin a coolness on the part of youth
ed to the new starting device. Un- towards religion. Cantor Louis
der the present system the fans Hayman will chant the ritual. A
can see their favorites from the social hour will follow. Tomorrow
ver be inning of the race to the morning the services will begin

The club is under the Interna-
tional Greyhound Racing Associa-TEPEIR LOFMAI
tion management and splen e(Rfom)
card areassued fr eah o137 N. E. Nineteenth Street
ten races that will be run might D.JCBH KPARbi
over the oval on the edge of h R AO KPN abi
Ocean Services at Temple Israel, Re-
Thrda nght an equally large form Jewish Congregation, 137 N.
croTd attend d the racing and the W. 19th St., Friday evening at
mutuels were well patronized by 8:15. Special music by the Tem-
the large throng. The Daily don- ple quartet, Mrs. Asher as organ-
ble ~ ~ ~ 1 11decetoalYwl to the list. Dr. Kaplan will speak on the
blek paid exception yer races subject "How Much Religion is
lucky wopinners.The olbos a enrde There in Religion." The public
paid ood welcome.

oated and the spacious grand. -
sand has not only been redecor- CONGREGATION BETH JACOH
atdbt helrg oeins nthe (Orthodox)
rated buhae largw~ed oeing in pre- 311 Washington Avenue
retar harabe inwaldind teoather. Miami Beach
vent asue 1h E~m fra om- L. AXELROD), Itabbi
This assre the pacen onthre greand- The usual early Friday evening
fotadto E rte ng as been ar- services will begin at 5:30 and
s an .d for the convenience of the will be followed by the late ser-
betrange to enable them t'o Ivices at 8:15 p. m. when Dr. Aaron
blaettrthir bets quickly and re- Roth of New York will speak on
place towah the actual races. "Health and Religion." At tte
turn to w Edi O'Hara and Saturday morning services which
Marn agder Ed both officials of are conducted by Cantor Boris
Fran Andersatona Gehund As- Schlachman, Rabbi Lazrarus' Axel-
poithen Interaional Greye of the rod will speak in Yiddish on the
sac atind havre ein c ag ch com- portion of. the week. Arthur Baida
mendation from sportsmed as Baida so afil be "ard Mrst~itva"
the splendid racing provided. fBiawUbe"g ~tv

*eis Pa

TO Be Staged

Under the a sics of the Beth
Jacob Congregation, and the He-
brew Friendly Inn, the famous
Yiddish play, "The Yiddish Knig
Lear" will be presented by the
New Yor e()erett nCompany on

the Ida M. Fisher High School
auditorium. The musical numbers
Eill Tiro Avdi Jacob," "Aude Lo-
Ei"and the C3hsidim Dance" are
isamous throughout the non-Jew-
i as well as the Jewish world.
They will be sung by members of
the company including Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Josephson who are now
n~a tour of the Southern states
in Yiddish musical repertoire*

Be Awarded

Prizes will be awarded by the
Ball committee of the Jewish Wel.
faeBureau and its affiliated
Ladies' Auxiliary for the highest
"Ud al of tickets sold by any in-
aqviura in the campaign being in-
agrted now. Prizes will be
awarded at the same time to those
m eduing the largest amount of
money in the souvenir program to
bevpublished for this event. The
then will be! the annual affair of
mus Jewish Welfare Bureau and
nui l will be furnished by Ber-
"e Mayerson's Ochesra. Stimiley
0* Myers is -general. chairnasa of
thseconimittee in charge.

~ew Kashrus
('10rmmittee Formed

At a meeting held last Tuesday
light at the Beach a number of
Prominent tourists now residing :.n
viami Beach formed a Kashruth
organization to be known as "The
!and Hakashruth Machzikei Ha-
las." Under a resolution adopted

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Ju rday evening, Jnuar 31 rb

benefit bridge at the M ndn Arou

the hotel` being donated for the
purpose through the courtesy of
the management. Contract and
auction bridge will be played and
prizes awarded to high scorers ia
each division.

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basket ball. Th~e boys will have
to watch themselves with these

hh il le a lu an oM

will be the leading lady. (What a
Dream) "Bee" Shaff has a minor
rlole. These girls seem to be pret-
ty versatile.
The tennis team will leave in a
short while for Rollins College
and the University of Florida
there to do mortal combat with
rival racketeers. Dave Mindlin a
first ranking player and "Bunny",
Beldner in fourth position are be-
ing depended on for victories. This
year's team is the strongest in
the history of the U.
Not only is Stan Phillips a good
football player, and a good boxer,
but he is also a good actor, be-
lieve it or not. His performances
are always praiseworthy. He was
recently appointed business mana-
ger of the Wig and Wing Club,
honorary dramatic organization.
Stan is one of the most popular
boys at e one boy at the U who
is so quiet and` modest that I had
a hard time getting information
out of him. Milton Weiss finally
came through and stated that he
wa sa canndeisdt et d te soemm n
he has a very good chance of gain-
hig a brth on the team. Lots of

tum of long ago. I ** pped,;
ing to the members ofTe
Israel as well as to al e
Jewish families living here to
join the Jewish Publication So
eiety of America, 8. e. Brd~
and Spring Garden tSb., Ph8l
This years publication wail
conta n the History of tb.
Marranos, Legends of PaLleadnr,
as well~ as the American Jew.
ish Year Book.
Every Jewish home ought to
have a Jewish library, and this
is the finest beginning for one,
This is just a suggestion for
your Jewish mental equipment
The deeper the depression the
greater the need of the Fund
for superanuated Rabbis. Woold
it be possible for anyone of the
readers to send a check unsoli.
eited for this fund to Dr. Jacob
H. Kaplan, who will transout
it to the committee.

8~2aa s~~oooooostoo0ecoe0oooosoo9ooooo++++++++++ Eleanor Sheldon was the e io

-2 iThe birothesrJeal pso dliefet-
Mr adM .M.KsofBok Avbytefloigssehod eduthn too play thlis wek re
n N. Y., wh r pnigsv ebes r.LusHyaJ e H G goldsmith Arhur b
alwesatteCloilTwrsMs olWikeMs h rles ssoirff Ed Levn, ands Mauric E
leo av aeli reception and Ital-r Makvt r.Har i-at

>nd Mrs. Meyer Schwartz. Pizes
were given for high scores and
refreshments were served.
The Friendship League held its
regular business meeting followed
by a dance at the Biscayne Mas-
onic Hall, last Wednesday night.:
The public is invited to attend
the dances which are part of the
regular social functions through-
out the year in Miami.
Sunday evening, January 24, the
Workmens' Circle School Board is
sponsoring a lecture at its hall,
701 N. W. Fifth Ave., at which
Mr. S. Litt will speak on "The
depression and its effect upon
children." The public is invited
to attend the lecture.
Mrs. Dora Bleendis of Brooklyn,
N. t. earrie py d hS. Shawfn
the house guest of her cousin,
Mrs. Sol. Rotfort.

ian dinner at Cara Villa, 3600 S.
W. 17th St., Wednesday night.
Special entertainment was follow.
ed by bridge and pinochle.
Among those present were Mr.
and Mrs. M. Rubin, Mr. and
Mrs. Martin M. Stone, Brooklyn;
Otto C. Stegemann, Mr. and Mrs.
H. Bennett, New York; Mr. and
Mrs. A. Leuchtag, New York; Mr.
and Mrs. P. Scheinberg, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Gerstel, Dr. and Mrs. E.
Aronovitz, Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Davis, Mrs. J. Hebberd, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Richter, Mr. and Mrs. Ben
London, Mr. and Mrs. M. Cromer,
V. Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. Brown,
Mr. and "Mrs. M. Rausin and Mr.
and Mrs. William Friedman.

Norman Mirsky, president of
the 1Jewish Welfare bureau, and
htan ey C. Myers, chairman for
t c sa r ity b a ll m mr a r ili a

lnho f the boa' auiir
I ne the bureau. Mr.thMybers out


Niow I mustn't forget to me {
tion the Fashion Showf. It s onto
about two weeks toht (I don't re-
assur~e everyone lht imdn en-
ceive any commissions, omp ien
tary tickets or ot er bh.
There are quite a few students
from Miami High modelling. In
fact when I was attempting to
sell some tickets to the fellow
here were some of the replies. M
or I: Want to buy a ticket, etc.
jAlso one for your best birl?
He or him: My best girl's in it.
Me.: Why not the next best ?
He: She's also in it.
Mle:Disgusted .
Another one:
M1e: Same approach.
He: Haven't any best girl.
Mle: W\ell find one for that night.
He: Don't like that type.
goe dXasn nasal smn il'd make a
And sod the tickets were sold i
ua and \!ide if I'm not mistaken,

\e stl nm okt u ilt.
the regular session which followed
the luncheon it was decided to turn Mr. and Mrs. Irving Meyer ars Three weeks of debate try outs
over all used clothing collected guests at the Priscilla apartments have gone by and there is a week
in a recent drive to the Chesed or' the winter. m o & or two more left. The Jewish
ShelEmeh ,. .AROU D TE CMPU students who have argued, gesti-
Mrs. Harry Nevins reported that: The Senior Young Israel Club AtUiest fMai culated, cajoled and sweated so
155 boxes had been placed in will meet next Tuesday eveming, t By Mlilton A. Friedman fa r o lishkr itn
homes and business places to to January 26, at the home of Rose 6b 6 c6 m 6L ic i c~ad~c Weiss, Milton A, Friedman and
be filled with funds for charity Dubler, 1169 S. Wf. 13th St. Im- Pauline Lasky.
work. Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, chair. p ortant business will be transact- Hello folks. Is everybody hap- This coming Sunday afternoon
man for the Community Chest, ed and final plans announced for lpy ? will see Jack Daly and George
reported that it had been decided the social to be held Thursday, If you recall, I mentioned last Baer in action. After this debate
to have all Jewish women in one January 28. week that a new non-sorority the team will be picked. Those
group with Mrs. Isidor Cohen asi athletic club was formed at the fortunate enough will make a trip
major. Judge Edith M. Atkinson U. The Jewish girls interested ;:(0 throughout Florida. The others
spoke of recent cases in the Juv- i c b b t far ar~e Gertrude Rappaport, Bea- w~~. 11-''"- debate' loal vrteRdio.
enile court. H HHA ENI S trice Shaff, Beatrice Silver and/ All debates will be against other
** I cb Dig Ma Hh Josephine Ross. They will com- Florida colleges.
Thle Young Men's club regained By Bet pete against the various sororities I will now sign off. Thank you,
second place in the Y. M. C. A. jon the campus in volley ball and until next week at the same time.

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and PO WER
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Sunday Sjchool Btasketball Leaguer
last week on the Y. M. C. A4. The last week, especially the
e pltby defeating the fast White weked a ee ahreet
Tempe qinte, 3 to 7ful to some people. The winning
The score at the half was 17
to 16 in favor of Hebrew players. iof contests, debates, tournaments
At the start of the second half and a few other miscelaneous
White Temple staged a rally, led Ijthings have sure pepped up some
by Leary and Mc~uire, and went people. I think of a few fellows

into the lead, 27 to 22, but seady
floor work and consistent goaling
by Winkle, Grossman, Barsky and
Schwartz proved too much for the
Methodist boys and the Young
Men's club nosed out a 4-point
lead in the last two minutes of

Anna Leah Rubin, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rubin, is im-
provinig satisfactorily following
an operation at Jackson Memorial

Martin Segall, 7, of 440 S. W.
5th Ave., was knocked down by
a motor car at S. W. 3rd St. and
8th Ave. He is in Victoria hospi-
tal with a fracture of his collar
bone and a broken left leg. The
motor car which struck him was
driven by Bernard Katz, 18, of
428 N. W. 12th Ave.

For the benefit of the Beth
D~avid Talmud Torah chain fund
a card party was sponsored at 8
p. m. Wednesday, at the Talmud
Torah building, 137 N. W. 3rd

whose lives have been made utte.-
ly miserable now that Eddie Cani-
Itor has decided to go to Holl~-
jwood. (Not that they'll miss his
Voice, but because they won't be
able: toU craQc any 0 of1 his MODER
Jokes on the girl friend who has
Probably heard them way back in
the fifth 'century.) Others are
quite relieved that they won't have
to listen to "potatoes are cheap-
er" and the rest of the vegetable
Last Sunday, Miss Sylvia Miles
gave a regular old time party.
(Please don't feel insulted if you
didn't receive a formal invitation
but really this was quite im-
promptu.) Miss Miles had her
doll tea set out, including sugar
bowls, tea and table manners. The
hostess started out very well un-
til the teapot couldn't resist leak-
ing. I'11 leave the rest to your
imagination. It was one of the
outstanding social events so far
this winter.
The Journalism department re-
cently gave a skit for the P T
A. (Parent Teachers something)*


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of' the problems she tis confr~oluntedt
with daily. 'Mrs. $arney' lr'sft
gave a number of' vrcirl selections
which were ver~ woellreele. Wh
title contest for .the, selection of
a name for the monthly organ of
the organization wast won -by the
Misses Bernice Loeb and Georgia
Roth whose' title of f'Trobpic Topi'e"
was chosen as the best name sub-

At' this meeting a transporta-~
tion club was organized to er,-
range for the transportation of all
members unable to` attend meet-
ings. Miss Charlotte Kahn .ia in
charge and any member may call
her and thus arrange~ for -atten-
dance at meetings.

A meeting of the Junior Hjad-
assah will be held Monday evening
January 31, at the home of :the
Merson's, 1350 S. W. 13th Court
with a program to be presented in
.char~ge of the Misses Gertnrad
Dietz; Bea~ Silver, ;Helan Ytutes*
and Gesqtrude Goldrhin. All mpm-
bers art ltakged. to attend this;tm-
portant~m~e~ting. ; -` --~

Delegates to the Sou~thern Regr-
ional Convention of Hadassah' at
Atlanta, Ga., left yesterday gnorn-
ing. Miss 11eta Merson will ait-
tend the Convention in- place of
Mrs. Belle Wesson unable to go.
Final plans are being made for
the joint dance and~ Leap Year-
Ball of the Senior Junior Hadas-
sah chapters at the Frolies Night

The bridge to have been~ held` by
Senior Hadassah on Jaiiniary 20,
has been postponed to a date` to
be announced shortly.


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P~one a-ases

Ex tunportant meeting of the
sahecu ive Board of Senior Hadas-
Sat the hel last Monday morning
a h ome of its president and
among the important business dis- I
cusdwas the $5 give, get ~r
earn donor's dinner. Mrs. Barney
teein l, chairman is being assis-
1e by Rose Mary Gerson, J. Wil-
liamson, Harry Rubin S. Simonhoff I
and A. Kantor. Members may I
bring their friends, to this lunchn-
e le wh telwill be held at the
beaunfu Htable Miami Beach. A
batesinu Jabewis dispicting charac-
seteds Mn Je I. hiry willb pre-
chaintd ans oT Weinstein the
have the leadingisrolpro A us call
program will be presented by Miss
Rose Mary Gerson *

and C plans for the annual Mask
Club ivict Blloorkthe Woman's
have been made. Thme afai('wi 1
be held at the Woman's Club 1737
N. E. Ba shor Die h vng
of Wedn sdare Drivey the Sevn n
three prizes will be a rded f r
the best masks dueriawathe or -

eet and t~hea yoee ane and t
defray the cost of the Yiddish
schule supported by the oraia
t~ion. The public is invite rganiza
tend and is promised aln evening
of outstanding enjoyment. Mrs
Henry Seitlin is general chairman
of the arrangements committee.

More than twenty-five tables of
bridge were in play last Sunday
might at the card party of the
Sisterhood ofLChesedAShel Emes

Miami Beach. Priie swe award-
ed for high scores, several of
which were donated back to the
organization. Many tourists and
residents attended. The proceeds
will be used to carry on the mer-
itorious work of the organization.

The regular bi-weekly card
party of the Ladies' Auxiliary of
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation will be held at the ves-
try rooms of the Synagogue on
Tuesday evening, Janury 26. Re-
freshments will be served and
prizes will be awarded for high

Mr. Wolf Cohen, an old time
resident and communal worker of
Miami was elected to the Board of
Trustees of Beth Divid Congrega-
tion to succeed P. G. Blanck.

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- Mir. and' Mrs. Sam Kaler enter
tarined -more than one hundred and
fifty guests at a Bar Mitzva re-
ception last Sunday honoring their
son Irving Kaler who was Bar
MCitzva Saturay at Beth David
Synagone. Irving delivered a brief
talk and musical solos were sung
by RhodaL Lauria and Joe ~Mandel-
banm who were accompanied by
Miss Bea Silver. A tap dance by
Shirley Kaler and a solo by Ethel
Pont were well received during
the evening. During the evening
the older folks staged a mock
wedding to the great amusement
of all the guests. Refreshments
were served all day and at night
a buffet luncheon was given.

The Senior Council of Jewish
Women is making rapid progress
in its plans- for the gala fashion
ihow to be held on February 8,
at the Scottish Rite Temple, under
the direction of Bernie Mayerson.
Mrs. Al Seiden is in charge of
general arrangements for the

Fifth wedding anniversary of
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Schwartz of
1344 S. W. Seventh St. was cele-
brated at a reception Sunday eve-
ning at the home of Mrs. Sch-
wartz' parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Daum. Decorations were of a
festive nature, the table being
centered with a large cake, and
tall silver candles tied with white
tulle at each end. Cards were
played during the eevning, with a
supper served at midnight.
Guests included Dr. and Mrs.
Frank Coret, Mr. and Mrs. David
Rosenberg, Mr. and Mrs. M. Zalka,
Mr. and Mrs. H. Abramson, Mr.
and Mrs. A. Zalka, Mr. and Mrs.
H. Markowitz, Dr. and Mrs. A.
Friedman, Mr. and Mrs. H. Dub-
ler, Mr. and Mrs. S. Resnick, Mr.
and Mrs. I. Fine,ndMr. and Mrs.
J. Schwartz, Mr. an Mrs. S c-
warts, Mr. and Mrs. H. Kotkin,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Goldman and Mrs.
Frances Greenberg.

Last week the Junior Council
of Jewish Women entertained at
a Chinese Bridge party in the
Tokio Roof Garden when a large
number of guests attended. In
charge of arrangements were Mrs*
J. Wernikoff and Mrs! Ed Merlin.
High score prizes were awarded.
During the evening the Mae Rose
Studios presented four acts. Miss
Dorothy Carson, Miss Colburn,
Miss Janice Marmon and Miss
Alice Seek presented specialty

Temple Israel Sisterhood is
sponsoring its annual birthday
luncheon on February 1, at the
Blackstone Hotel, Miami Beach. In
charge of general arrangements
are Mesdames Bert L. IRete3ner
and A. J. Richter.

A special meeting of the Ladies'
ondilary 'o oth Miami 1 is
held at the Synagogue MondaY
evening, January 25, beginning at
8 o'clock. All members are urged

Jto attend. I

A meeting of the Visiting. Circld
of True Sisters will be held at
the home of Mrs. M. R~ibin, 1787
S. W. 12t~h St., on Tuesdayr after-
Inoon, January 26, beginning at
2:30 o'clock. All True Sisters are
urged to attend. Worthy Super-
ior Rose Baran, who is here to
spend a brief vacation is in charge
of the program. Mrs. Baran is
well known as the founder of the
Philanthropic League of New
York city, which organization is
noted for its work for the better-
ment of crippled children.

Mr. and Mrs. I. Strickler and
son John Leonard of Passic, N. J.,
are visiting their sister and broth-
er in law, Mr. and Mrs. Mannie
Wesson. Other house guests of
the Wessons are Mr. and Mrs.
Friedbower of the same city.

Mesdames Wm. Friedman and
H. Rayvis are sponsoring one of
the series of chaini Fund bridges
for Beth David on Sunday eve-
ning, January 31. Beginning at
8 o'clock. Refreshments will be
served and prizes will be awarded
The public is invited to attend.

More than three hundred resi-
dents and tourists attended the
annual Night Club affair of the
Sisterhood of Temple Israel held
at the Alcazar Roof last Sunday
night. Special. acts were present-
ed for the entertainment of the
guests. In charge of arrangements
were Mrs. Herbert E. Kleinman
and Mrs. I. L. Seligman.

annual dance 6Fi~the3l'rildies ;
iiary of the Miami Jewish
odxCongregation held last
edy evening at the Woman's
Ballroom was attended by
ethan two hundred residents
tourists. The gay throng wras
irandby a number of vocal
etion sung by Joe. M. Man-
sam Fred Page formerly of
Keith Vaudeville alremit, and
trBoris Schla~chman. Music
dancing was furnished by Ber-
Mayerson and his orchestra.
ovelty introduced was a num-
of Yiddish folk dances such
te"Sherele"l, Polka-Maz~urka"
other similar dances. It was
light to watch some of the
trfolk enter into the spirit of
occasion when the folk dances
played. In charge of ar-
geets wers Mrs. I. Magid
ihiman and Mrs. J. L. Shochet
asistant chairman. In charge
oohwere: Sandwiches, Mes-
esN. Adelman, Harry Seitlin
Moe Harris; cakes, and can-
1: Mrs. Wm. Mecklowitz, Mor-
Rappaport, N. Pritzker and N.
aon. In charge of drinks
eMesdames Max Kupferstein
Sam Tannenbaum. In charge
digars, cigarettes, etc. were
admsMandelbaum and L.
it.In charge of flowers- were
.Chas Feldman. Mrs. Chas
mebum was in charge of
sand was assisted by Mes-
esI. Dukstein and Sam Fat-
asand Mr. Max Kuteratein.
isiggenerally was Harry
tivice president of the con-
gtion. Several hundred dol-
were realized for thie Talmud
ahFund of the congregation.

stThursday eight tables were
ly. at the home of Mrs.
isBrown, for the benefit
sponsored for the Senior
melof Jewish Women. Re-
shets were served during
afternoon. Among the prize
neswere Mrs. Meyer Sen.

n, .i,anrd Mors. B, Sm Ian

unimportant meeting of the
etieBoard of the Senior
nilof Jewish Women wbill be
dat the home of Mrs. Meyer
wrt,1847 N. W. 8th St.,
dedy, January 27, at 1:15
m. This will be followed by
regular meeting for members
2 o'clock. A social hour will
lwthe business sessions.

Next Monday, January 25, Tem-
Israel Sisterhood is sponoring
Desrt Bridge" at the home
Mrs. Hi. Hi. Miller, 1540 N. W.
St. Hostesses are Mrs. 1.
,J. Bernsteiin, J. S. Field, B.
Risner, P. Scheinherg, M. Cro-
rI. L. Seligman, and H. E.
ema.Prizes will be given
high scores and refreshments
dbeosevd The public is in-

Mr nd Mrs. S. Gordon are at
a Piscilla apartments for the

Beth David Sistez~hood
edra birthdayebmusical
Stanley C. Myr isi
arrang mentsyesi n

The Junior Council

will spon-
1party on
c arge o

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(This is the fifteenth of a ser-
its of articles on Hladassah and

mak itoe of hhe most m r
tant organlaizas at nr o

A Sketch by Reitza Dine

Can a leopard change ts spid he
Can a people the People of t
book forget the book. .
the answer is -The Hebrew Um-

Those who contemplate Pales-
.ine! today~ see two great outstand-
.ng p'rojeti~s in the process of ful-
.itiment. One. The Jewish Na-
tional Fund which is redeeming
.he land for the Jewish nation, to
aeits inalienable property forever
and forev-er. The other, the He-
crew- University. It is interesting
.o know that the originator of
ooth. in 3o far as the primary
;dea is concerned was Herman
~chapira. a fertile thinker, and an
.deallst madly enthusiastic for the
buildings of the Jewish nation
a~outlin d in Zionist conceptions.
By the y-ear 1b88, Schapira had
nis idea of a Univ-ersity. We find
,iim w\r~ting about it to various
tr.ends, arguing, appealing, asking
:-ewspape~r publicity. Then for a
while he seems to have let it drop
out of sight. At any rate it is
not until 1893 that again the idea
came into prominence. This time
,t is Reuben Brainin w-ho was pull-
.ng it out of the limbo of forget-
iuiness. and even, according to
his own~ account, scolding Schapira
ior having let it be forgotten.
Brainin. we note, succeeded in
publicizing the idea in the impor-
tant Hebrew\ journals of Russia.
But. this is interesting, it met only
opposition or indifference from
such Zionist leaders as Herzel and
Nordau. w-ho w\ere concentrating
con the political end of Zionism. So
;ne University plan languished. It
had not found its hour. In 1902,
there was a young man at the
Fifth Zionist Congress by the
name of Chaim Weizmann. The
idea w\as presented to him; he be-
gan to investigate the possibilities.
The idea from now on had a tire-
less exponent.
In 1906j Weizmann sent out a
world wide qluestionaire: Whf'o
wants a Hebrew- University ? Do
you want it in Palestine ? Wil
you do something for it ?" But at
the same time a terrible period of
discouragement set in upon the
Zionist movement and for some
years the University could make
no headway.
In 1911 wfe find W~eizmann
again, and this time in Paris,
scouting around for an interview
with Edmond de Rothschild. Roths-
child consented to see him and
support the plan, provided Weiz-
mann got the famous Paul Ehr-
lich's consent. Weizmann hurried
to Berlin for the Ehrlich approval
After some disappointment he
succeeded in forming his Roths-
child-Ehrlich Committee, only to
hav-e the World War break out
The war dealt a devastating bo

toeery p an. But did a little
thing like a world war stop Weiz
mann ? On July 28, 1918 the Al
lied Offensiv-e still on in the West
ern world. Weizmann is smilin
in Jerusalem: The foundation o
ihed Hebrew University is being
N id
o ineteen twenty-five saw its
openmng attended by some of the
foremost representatives of the
c rda noes a lbr Einstein,
livre ad his frt lecture there a d

mightiest thinker of h tme o th


107 SOUTH MIAMI AVENUE jtrembler. There has never been
694 'a time in its history w-hen some
J. UUISSHOCETEdttr jone w~as not readyr to announce
J. LUIS HOCHT, Eitor that it waLs "trembling on te
Miami FI d. M hone 2-1183 ver ge."
W ashington despaired of i.
1 n ted P rends matte Jl .L.ncoln despaired of it. Man?
under the act of March 3, t189. ;present-dayprptsaur u
rnat it passed over the peak In
we ~ omaI 1929OIIBI %~l trtlr, and is nowR definitely on the
Mrs. M. schrehaet Representtive wy on.
S~ascalTION tet within the past few months
sisCTPO mots.........S. have enjoy-ed some interesting
One Year ....Se eprecs I have attended the
Vol V be 3 annual sales conventions of a num-
Voume .;- um er 3. ber of major industries. Their bus-
Friday, January 15, 1932 nees;, when 1 visited them, wAs
terriole. But what took place at
lne conventions!
In one of them, an electrical in-
aiustry, the neaa of the researe
apartmentt rev-ealed plans for a
i~m i !new household utility which promu-
Ises to banish one disagreeable
feature or housework. It is cer-
rain to have a tremendous sale.
in a furniture company, the
Separately, Yet Tog~ether .. I planmlng department"' displayed
a whole new line of Improved floor
Several weeks ago we suggest-
ed that ,the Jqwish citizens ofcorm daopilcnen
MIiami get together for the pur- h siettsolusowr
pose of advancing the common ow oignwhhmagieal
good of the Jlewish cause. W fu etreeih.
spoke about the lack of attendance Eer hre I oud mns
at Tlmu Torhs .of he acks turned upon present dis-
utter indifference of the vast ma- oremns admisbuy
joriy ofthe ewis menand wo-ith better goods, better methods,
men of Mtiami to services in the ttroesbttriin.
Synaggues.I spoke to the head of one com-
We have been met on the street ,ayaot it e said he had
and told it was a splendid idea. recently been nolding a meeting or
W~e have talked with leading men onelr Engulsh representatives. He
of the community who favored a tl h csay a h om

I asked in musing mood.

Order, said the law ot
Knowledge, said the seh I
TruthU, said the wise mtan
Pleasure, said the fool*
Love, said the maiden;
Beauty, said the page*
Freedom, said the demr
Home, said the sadrter;
Fame, said the soldier;
Equity, the seer:- I

Spake my heart full, sadly,
"The answer is not here"

Then within my bossom
Softly this I heard:
"Each heart holds the secret*
Kindness is the word "

Old Lady (visiting pio
Never mind, my friend, life is a
certain anyway. 'We are here
day and gone tomorrow.
Convict 2223 WYell, lady p
may be gone tomorrow letI

Senator X-We ought to be
tigate the expenditures of tm
Senator Z-How much didti
Senator X--Fifty thousands
Senator E---What will an n
titating committee cost?
Senator X---About $50,000.
Senator Z That's not 1
Well take- the matter up.

Condemned Have you o
anything for me at all?
Lawyer--Yes, indeed.
Condemned-W~hat -cont
tion of sentence~
Lawyer--No, I have had theda
of your execution changedfr
Friday to Thursdary. Friday is
unlucky day, you know.

Nothing is more to be ded
than aged infancy.
i I
Members of a "spinsters' clul
are never over 20 years old.

Ileath loves a shSning nr
That's why most men do not fea

Well1-arranged time is the st
est indication of a wl-rag

Exchange -those who are still able
to laugh at anything--are chuck-
ling over the story of a broker
who visited his tailor for a new
suit. He took another broker
along to back him up. The tailor
said the suit would cost $150.
"What!" exclaimed the custo-
mer. "Don't you know there's a
depression ?"
"W-tell, $140," agreed the tailor.
"Come to your senses," suggest-
ed the broker.
Inch by inch the tailor got down
to $100. The customer shook his
head and started for the door.
"WRait!" cried the agonized tail-
.r. "I make it $90."
"That's more like it. Sold."
Outside, the friend asked mild-
;y "W-hy'd you beat that fellow so
low ? You know you'll never be
able to pay, anyway.,,
"'That's just it," said the broker.
I don't want him to lose too much

"'I beg your pardon, sir, but
what is your name ? the teller
politely asked the man presenting
a check.
"Name," replied the indignant
customer, "don't you see my sig-
nature on the check?"
"I do," answered the teller.
"That's what aroused my curio-
I !
Ma--Aren't we going to let
Johnny take saxophone lessons?
P -Not while I own the ad.
joining houses.
Ii I I
Susie--I hear Mary finally con-
sented to marry Sam Sapleigh*
Agnes--Yes, she found out he
belonged to a Christmas savings

Advertisements that tell of a
cure for baldness come under the
head of hair-raising stories*

A woman who gushes over a
man when he is tired and hungry
is due for a term in a padded
I !
"Of course there have been
some rat holes right here at home
into which money has disappeared,
but far less money has gone into
these ill-starred home enterprises
than has gone to distant places to
disappear without a trace. If you
are going to put your money into
a rat hole, patronize rat holes at
I I ]
A literary expert says the ap-
peal of the intimate Broadway
gossip column is hard to maintain,
There is no question but that key-
hole astronomy is tough on the
t !
Never belittle your own acts.
People are likely to take you at
your estimate.
i I
Realism deals with life as it
is; romance is sometimes possible
but not often profitable '

closely identified with the Mount
Scopus halls. In 1925 Judah
Magnes, a liberal that America is
proud of assumed the chancellor.
ship of the University, and since

tel har guided si ito in reasing. I

thn the Nation for April 3, 192),
tere appears an editorial worth
noticimg. Calling the HebrewR Uni-
vesdya ace~ for Jewish learn-
people 8of the Near East, the rwr t-
er gos on o say:
(To be Continued)



"'Go to Synagogue" drive. But,
what has been done? The answer,
as usual, is .. absolutely noth-
i g

pany- had hired an engineer ana
L~se~gnel him the task of making
a world survey of their sources of
zaw materials for the next twenty-
five yers
One of the Englishmen exclaim.
ed: "Confound you Yankiees!
\Vhat English company would ever
think of hiring a man to look
ahead twenty-five years ?'*
\Coming to the end of all these
meetings, I concluded that it is
a waste of time to worry about
the future of American business.
W-e have an asset more funda.
mental than gold supply, or raw
materials, or electric power, or
climate. That asset is a restless
dissatisfaction with the past, a
spirit of continuous improvement.
As long as we are inspired by
that spirit I believe that our fu.
ture is secure. W'e shall not go
down to destruction.

Charity the Mightiest Thing on

The Jewish Welfare Bureau sup
posed to be absolutely non-parti-
san in all its work is about to
stage its big affair of the year
.. the money to be raised can-
not be raised except through the
united support of all Jews .. .
What is being done?! Again, the
answer is: absolutely nothing ..
Attendance at the Talmud Tor.
abs is neglected .. What is being
done? And again the answer is
absolutely nothing .
We care not the number of an
organization may be, unless there
is united effort, nothing can be
accomplished. Wie had an ex-
ample of this the other night at
the dance of the Ladies' Auxiliary
of the M~iami .Jewish Orthodox
Congregation. Just a handful of
women, and yet by united, har.
monious, co-operative effort a
splendid sum was raised.
We are firm believers in the
rights of the individuals. We are
firm exponents of the rights of
everyone to decide for himself his
own mode of living. Yet .. all
these 'indivitinal rights may -be
better safeguarded, if, while thus
working individually we co-operate
and work together for those in-
terests which are for the good
of all of us. Thus, in the matter
of education of the children ..
we are firm exponents of our own
particular methods of teaching .
never the less, we want every
child, irrespective of his parent's
belief to go to some Talmud Tor-
sh. Certainly we should like to
see him go to our Talmud Torah,
b if he can' won't,TweL Iat

TORAH, irrespective. The same
mary be said of synagones. A Jew
should belong to some particular
organization .. he should stand
ap and be ounte among the Jew-

hoehn can be done .. some-
thiang MUST be done. And now

I I!
to say, a man is@
man with the spirit d4

afraid of a
a mouse.

There are ten strong things in
the world:-
The rock is strong, but iron
breaks it;
The iron's strong, but fire can
melt it;
The fire is strong, water can
quench it;
Water is strong, the clouds absorb
The clouds are strong, the winds
disperse them;
The wind is strong, a mian with-
stands it;
A man is strong, but fear un-
mans him;
Man's fear is strong, but wine re-
moves it;
And wine is strong, but sleep

But stoger than all these is-
Yet charity can save you from

is the time for concete ato.
ht's uP t y a, toe and Gn-

Mrs. Presidents and Officers.

I1 I
A genius is a man woEni~
duce some other to paddle hs6
noe for him.

Early to bed and early to riw
makes men healthy, woealAF~

Caviar is a tropical disra
sometimes red, sometime 4ld
and usually fatal.

Three faru-bearing aaimals
the babaoo, the rroop

Paul Revere was IbY
man of the Revolution.
Marble is cement withst
in it,

Cities are Chinese "bO

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by saying bring us Does not
that word 'include the hearer as
well as the speaker ?"
The Athenian smiled, and was
--From the Midrash.

The more Torah the more life;
the more schooling the more wis-

It is a tree of life and happy
are they who guide themselves by

Fix a definite time for the study
of the Torah.

Study of the Torah which is
not accompanied by deeds must
fail in the end.

Do not say: "I will study when
I Myve leisJure"s perchancl you
will have no leisure.

Where there is no Torah there
are no manners; where there are
no manners there is no Torah.

He who honors the Torah will
himself be honored by men.

University to Hear ]Lecture
As we are going to press a lec-
ture on "Judaism" is being de-
livered at the University of Mi-
ami before the Jewish students,
by Sabin O. Orgler. Mr. Orgler
is accompanied by Harry Mailin-
baum and Harry Miller on a long
speaking tour and claim their ob-
ject to be "the furthering of the
organization of the seed of Abra-
ham, Isaac and Jacob, designed to.
further ideals of brotherhood."

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ing a man who had slipped into
this country without a passport.
His reputation was good and he
had already saved enough money
to bring over his wife and two
children. To return meant misery.
But law is law and despite Dr. Co-
hen's efforts with the immigra-
tion officials here, the man was
doomed to go back.
The Rabbi could not rest. Final-
ly at his own expense he went to
;Washington. He gained the neces-
sary ,audience and pleaded the
case in behalf of the alien. He
pleaded for five minutes, seven, ten.
During the entire period the ~high
Government executive continued
to hold his hand' on the desk bell
in preparation to dismiss him.
But Henry Cohen refused to waver
and continued pdinting out the
plight of this alien.
Finally, the .executive glanced
up and staring straight at this
slip of a man before him, an-
nounced somewhat impatiently*
"You are a Rabbi, are you not?"
"Then isn't it only natural for
you to take care of your flock,
to take an interest in their prob-
lems ?"
"Yes, of course, If I shouldn't
who will, bub---"
"I thought so, came back the
answer as he proceeded to ring
the bell.
"But wait," the Rabbi broke in.
"This man happens to be a Greek
Catholic. While I am a Jew, I
am interested in all humanity--re-
gardless of creed. There is so
such thing as a Jewish misery, a
Catholic misery. Creed is' one
thing and suffering is another. '
The executive was stunned.
Rabbi Cohen had won his case.

An Athenian (a man from Ath-
ens) once said to a Hebrew lad,
"flere, my boy, is some money;
bring us some figs and grapes."
The boy went and purchased the
fruit, and giving half of it to the
stranger, kept the other half for
"Is it customary here, for a mes-
senger to take half of what he
fetches ?" asked the Athenian,
rather surprised.
"No," answered the boy, "but
Our custom is to speak what we
mean, and to do as we are de-
"But," rejoined the stranger, "I
did not desire thee to take half
the fruit."
"Oh!" replied the boy, shrewdi-
ly, "what else couldst thou mean


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praying for his out cast son.
no i as years passed, and still
no idigs f im. One day it
was rumored at Cordova that a
young Rabbi had come to obtain
permission to preach in the syna-
goguee As they extolled the
kno ldge of this preacher, Mai-
mhon joined the crowd which filled
baehsynagoue the following Sab-
bahto hear him.
He beheld in the pulpit a hand-
some young man, with a quick eye
and modest demeanor. His pater-
nal heart palpitated, as he said
sorrowfully to .himself, "If hny
son yet lives, that is the age he
will be. What happiness for my
old days, if I could also hear him
preach in the synagogue."
The young preacher commenced,
and all were astonished at his
wisdom and eloquence. But the
tone of that voice troubled old
Maimon; a dimness covered his
eyes; his knees trembled; and
when the sermon was concluded,
amid the clamor of unanimous
praise the pale old man fixed his
humid eye with anxiety on the
young preacher, who, whilst speak-
ing, had not taken his look from
On leaving the pulpit, the ora-
tor tore himself from the eager
congratulations of the elders, and
approached old Maimon, saying,
'I am your son: do you find me
worthy of returning before you ? "
The father pressed his son to
his heart, overwhelmed him with
caresses, and exclaimed, "Now
then, I can die.'s
"No, you shall live, my father "
said Moses, "to sustain me in ne v
studies which I will undertake, to
prove myself worthy of your guid-
This modest young scholar, this
good son, called' himself after-
wards Maimonides (the son of
Maimon), and was surnamed "the ?
light of Israel." His name is hal.
lowed as a great Talmudist, philo.
sopher, and physician.

In the excellent magazine, called
"Unity", published in Chicago
and edited by Dr. John Haynes
Holmes of New York, there is a
very interesting article by Ros-
Cohen of Galveston, Texas.
Ro th Cohen has Ilread selt
and hearnade hims I kbelowed
by J a eni aie h
following story, told of him in
the Unity Magazine, is very in-
teresting: -

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ment was on the verge of return-

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taindgroup of friends re-
ith a party at the Mur-
&~ ns 42 Merdirian Ave.
>a to of the first birthday
ler of their son, Leon
Kers sch Guests were en-
rt the lobby and patio,
ined in floral decorations
e spnecad. An ice course was
dduring the afternoon. M
jose attending were Mrs.
sael Mazer,. Springfield, Mass.,
and Mrs. A. K~ane, Cleveland
and Mrs. Aaron Coursho an l
SArthur Jack and Bddy, Ch-
; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wnn-
Pittsburgh; Mr. am) Mrs.
rice Markson, Boston; Mrs. R.
Jel, Pittsburgh; Mr. and Mrs*
cher, Cleveland; Mr. and Mrs.
lond, Brooklyn; Mr. and Mrs*
chnuer and daughter, Joans
,on, Bobby, of Brooklyn; Miss
jchmidt, Brooklyn; Mr. and
Steinburger, Fleishman, Ni.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Rafelman,
. and Mrs. H. Greenfield and
hter, Sara, Cleveland; Mr.
Mrs. A.. G. Glick, Mrs. Kate
k, Carl and Irwin Pollaw, al
hicago; Mr. and Mrs. David
denthal and son, Hugo, and
Frau ethal's mother, Mrs. I
denthal, Brooklyn; Mr. and
H. Goldberg, Brooklyn, Mass.
G. L. Silverstein and daugh-
Sandra Lois, St. Louis.

~s. Dora Hollub and daughter,
Reva Hollub, are here from
York to spend a month at
Penn Plaza apartments.

~s. Jacob Chasnoff .and chil-
.Josephine and Jules, of St.
s, are winter guests at the
n Drive apartments.

~s. Rose Cirelstein and son,
rin, of Chicago, are registered
re Pennsylvania apartments
he winter.

s. Mary Leitman and children
Rose and Jack, are at the
;cus apartments for the win-
They are from Brooklyn, N.

i. and Mrs. Morris Falk of
socket, R. I., are winter
ts at the El Vanals apart-

rs. Arno Segall and daughter,
e, of New York are at the
Ist apartments for the winter.

r. and Mrs. I. Alter of New
r are at the Hibiscus apart-
to for the winter.

r. and Mrs. Nathan Baida will
rtain a large number of
ids at their home Sunday eve-
: in honor of the Bar Mlitzva
their son Arthur which will
i place at Beth Jacob Congre-
on Saturday morning.

be regular Thursday evening
'es of the Miami Beach Jew-
social set are becoming more

a tedapnoe h iceswd tantd
All interested are invited to
'nd these affairs at the Miami

Eh County Club

le in at the Ocean View Inn

iine the yff er noi h Mi m
cb Jewish Social set and thie

"'ia oi s oC g al Hansr t
e funds for the coungaaedoa

were adopted and will be an-
nounced shortly. Present at this
meeting were Rabbi L. Axelrod,
Cantor Boris Schlachman, Harry I
Lipton, I. L. Mintzer, Harry Was-
serman, Irving Davidson, Mrs.
Barrack, Mrs. Abram Cohen, Mrs.
Benjamin Cohen, Mrs. I. L. Mint-
zer, Mrs. R. Yunes and Mr. Obad-
iah Grossman

Next Sunday, Jariuary 24, at
1:30 p. m. the members of the
Sunday school and Bible class of
Beth Jacob congregation will gath.
er at the Synagogue and then
leave for the gala picnic planned
at Sunny Isles Casino. The af.
fair is in charge of Rabbi L. Axel-
rod and Mr. O. Grossman. Camp-
fire meeting, songs, stories, ath-
letic contests will be' held during
the day. Refreshments will be
served by the Sisterhood.

Bible class meets regularly at
Beth Jacob Congregation every
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock
under the direction of the Rabbi
and Mr. O. Grossman.

A committee of Beth Jacob con-
gregation welcomed Rev. Hirsch
Masliansky last night when he ar- /
rived here to spend the winter
season. Rev. Maslansky is known
as the foremost Yiddish orator in
America during the past twenty-
five years


";I tell thee thou makest me
miserable. I would rather see
-Ihee dead than ignorant. Thou
wilt be soon thirteen years of age,
and thou wilt learn nothing. I
pray God that he may graciously
release me from thee."
Thus spoke a learned Israelite,
of Cordova (in Spain), to his son,
whom overcome by his passion, he
struck in the face, and returned
to his chamber, without even cast- j
ing a look at him.
The poor 'lad, Moses by name,
could with difficulty see that the
injury he had just received caused
the blood to rush from his face,
when, at the same time, his eyes
were filled with tears at the sight
of his father's anger. He remain-
ndabsorbedh in sorrowfulsael ,\
must take my departure; duy
father is right, I am an i ler.
Either my intelligence has not
been well developed, or I have
been taught in a defective man-
ner. I learn no hng fee an
am an object of shame andl gre
to my father. Let me travel th
world is large I feel within me
a desire to be instructed, and a
secret voice tells me I shall sue
Some days afterwards, t is
boy Moses (the son of 1Maimond
arrived on foot, at Lucena, an
went to the house of Rabbi Meir-
ben-Joseph, who, taking him for
a poor orphan without resources,
received him, andbtau hthi rT '

rgai in Tt e good graces of his
father, the young man labored
with seal, and became one of the
most distinguished of Rabbi Meir s

pupils. hefather
In the meantime, omeofhs

ao, w om he tenderly loved, and
thought him lost forever. He re-
,proached himseild to hs rsson u

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Gocldman, Hasrry H~rman", Spiegle' One of the prettiest calendars
Ages, of \ermlont; J. Wittner af yet seen in this district is the Jlh
Tainp Hn; Missesn Belle daJ snsd calendar being distributed by the t~
May enjnun an ary T. H. Combs Funeral Home to
of Chingo.the Jewish people of this section. A
Ipr. Probote of the E~ngels, The English calendar appears to-
KruwigCo. sent sEveral'~ days gether with the Jewish date be- A
hcir~c last weeck ats the guest of neth it. Each date has a Bibli-
RabbiL. qluotation, and each month
bears a beautiful painting of a ~
Alany\ toulrists and guePst of lo- Jewish subject. All Sabbaths and NOR'RT QI
cal res~iderts attetndedl services at Jewish feast and fast days appear -I
:Heth 1l cong~tregation last Friday in red ink.
night when1 the children of the
Tahrnud Tarauh sangl solos and took Bread with water shalt thou eat,
part in the congregpational singing. and water by measure shalt thou
Shraga: Fe'tivel Benjamin one ofdrk;othgoudsatho
the pup~ils made Kiddush in the slep; and th goun shalt liv a if
traditional m~anner. The Rabbi ofe hadi-and inth Tra shalt i lf
preac~hed au sermon on~ "Inity.' tho toiU~l.yB1l 11Il: VIIlll
Thursdayu! night >Ir. M~ax Rud- ~ gi
ensky~ naionl.:~l Fie'ld secretary~ ofl TREAT YOUR FAMILY
:the Jewish National Fund ad-: to a II I
avseda are udene n he Good Jewish Meal
Con~~n:::::ity~~ hous on"Z10sm.

6 44 44 & & &6 6 &
4 4 & && & & A 4 4& &
The qluarter~ly meet~ingr of the
Hot~h Ilarnel' CcongrY, egation was

dinling room onr Royal Paln~ way.
Pa~lm Neach. Sam~ AI. Goldstein,
pt~Widentclo f the~ congranr~~)tion.\ Dr.
Carrl N. ~lierman~l, enrhh~i of the con-
gregarUtionl and( Aht\ Kiominrrls way
ther pr~ittaiparl speat~kers. Sevracl j

Ther hazaar will be held o~n the
nights o~f Fe~(br'uary 14, 15. 18, 17.
18, anld lo, at the~ Community
lHouse. Way~cstingr matches. hoxsinr
exshibitionr s in which pleading pu1i-
wit ill falk alt, .a children's
heshown\ during UII~1 the wee.'tlt\ A ca
hardl' will beg~~in the hunt\X~ and~ a

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talks wel're madeI by others, 'talent will a\~pperl.
A program of musical entertain. ,* *
mnrclt andr dancingy wasn enjoyed.l Beth Israel IrWnCongretion will
following the banque~t. horrlld Ivular Priday night services
t the Temprle\ beginnring: at 8:1
Officers o f Cotngarga~tion Beth\ p. m. w\ith Rabrbi Carl N. Herma.n
G1 and Sisterhoodi Both El uvre oftkisting, ~
installed Sunday even~ing at a ban *
qu~t. gi~cly at th e immunity house AIt the last meetting of Bnuit
ron Sevent~h St., rateredc by Mrs. Brith, reports by Pasident Joe
Schivbhuick of the Rounmnian lun. Lesro atatvtead
Harvr\ an~d M., Mossu wv~rt ther of- wvrre iscussei.
fices i chrge f te evo iss Alnother topric of discuss~ion. was
s ~tallr5d forT the Conravan~tion\ Bet b Gc~rand 1.edge~ cnenlrt: n to be
El1: Jack Sng\dr, paysident; Tentl heldc ayt WasYhington:\I. Marcht`~ 21. 2
Sm~ith. iepmiet Muiarad The\ meect~:in was~ he' i

\'angilder. tinanlcial rectvtary: 11.: Th\ese present wety Joe~t lessr.
r;wenblatztt, MaIrtin Dubi. B. Sam Goldsf~tein. .11. 1, Pat'.u:n'f iDr

Mlr. and, M1rs. tHarry Herman en.
:ePts:r:;:ei a lare number of resi-
,;e:::z andJ :0::rits: at. acad party
::: ::1er home: last Sunday evening.
cases: wairi pI~iyc. prizes were
swZ e r\' rersmnt ee

wvtyrt ins~talled as trulsttees. O~ffi-
cersw inatalledl for the Sisterhood
Nzth Ei nvrc: Max, Morris Tesser,
p~twide~nt: Mr. L, Shutlcer, vice
rtvtry: Mrsi L Dubbin, !~trhasrer:
Mrs. J. Anydr arty int:alist as

11spls of t~he Chalfonrt studizas
entelrtained w\ith several da~hte
ntumbers, lbrothy lbst 1, L Shu .
wri the pupcils, Can~ttr L~ Ha-
manr of t'he\ Beh DaBvid congrrs.

Ast~:rtt in:: thrra~~navants for
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Jlrns tlarPZ Li<. : ru Dub

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binl. Sam\ Wax.~ tO. P Gre~:wtr. zs-:

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