The Jewish Floridian


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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
October 9, 1931
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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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University of Florida
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Volume IV.--Number XLI. Miarti lrdFiay coe ,13 Price Five Cents

dormant since the tract was first
started, because its directors
deemed it inadvisable to make cer-
tain expenditures unless the state
would legalize the sport. These
innovations will mean more pay
e~nvclopes on Saturday between
now and the opening of the sea-
son, and more comfort for the pa-
trons when the track is operating*

Our New Features

In carig t ou olic of
givgaring uh epleoura~ pdchey
want it i u leasr to an-
nounce th ao ptin t~hi week to
our reportorial staff of Milton
A. Friedman of the University
of Miami, who will cover student
activities at the university; Miss
Ite 1Mihute rof Mameib a

Id M. Fi her Sc al pulc ti n
Miss Bettye, one of the fmnest
little students at the Miami High
School, who is too modest to
perm-it her name to be used, will
cover activities of that~ school.
We shall from time to time give
you the nesof ama ovil ath

stat e as well.
Have you read our Children's
Page? It will give your childral
and even yea a closer insight
unto the relliala, custjoms Oid
lore of your own people.
Read the Jewish Florldlan for
local Jewish news, for instrue.
ti.a .I ,13;.- ,

Dade county. Payroll to local la'-
bor has averaged $5,000 daily dur-
ing the past months. Eighteen
Dade county firms have charge of
various phases of the construction.
Incidental activities in connec-
tion with the operation of the
track include the purchase of fuel
for heating water for the horsesj.
$300 worth of ice each month, 20
blacksmiths, a 30-piece band of lo-
cal musicians, enormous qluantities
of hayr and grain, $215 worth of
carrots daily and a permanent
crew of landscapers and gardeners
for the 200 acres of park area.
Australian pine hedge alone with-
in the grounds is more than five
miles in length,
Stable construction, which be-
gan a month ago, will be complet-
ed within three weeks. Framlework
and roofing for all 24 stables have
been finished.

Jewish Welfare Bureau
Will Elect Officers

The annual meeting of the Jew-
ish Welfare Bureau will be held
at Kaplan Hall, Wednesday eve-
ning, October 14, at 8 o'clock, when
election of officers will be held.
All members as well as non-mem-
bers are urged to attend this
meeting to listen to the report
that will be given of the work and
activities of the organization andl
its present problems.

Bible Clasrs Formed

Under the leadership of Rabbi
e.M. Mactist daw Bb ee clsha
David Synagogue regularly every
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. The
public is invited to attend. The
first lesson will deal with "Cre-
ation and Recreation."

Prize Awarded

The first correct answer to
"Gaess This One," a riddle on
our Children's Page on October
2, was sent in by Miss Pearl
Wiadorf, 11 years oMd, of 8002
N. W. Seventh avenue. The prire
of $1.00 wras paid to her last
Monday. Good for yea, Peartl



Orthodox Sunday School
Completely Reorganized

The Sunday school of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion has been completely reorgan-
ized and will be in charge of Mr.
Louis Heiman, who is the supelr-
intendent. A new staff of teachers
has been engaged and all children
are urged to attend Sunday morn-
ing at 10 o'clock when they will
be registered and assigned to the
different classes. Rabbi Isaac M.
Wapner will act in an advisory
different classes.
Rabbi Isaac M. Wapner will act
in an advisory capacity together
with board members.

Rabbi Addresses

Meeting In Park

operated since 1926, is planning wa asaI as o h rc
mayinnovations and improve- tion of a synagogue and communi-
many ty center. Rabbi L. Lerner, the
ments for the coming season, if spiritual leader of the congregrt-
permitted to operate, according to tion, reports that at present more
genial General Manager James W. than seventjr-five children attend
(Jimmy) Galloway. Ever since the Sunday school classes and
192, te Bseane ennl Cubtwenty-odd children attend the
t t theTalmud Torah daily, in the leased
has played an ac ive part in t quarters of the congregation.
social and sport life of the com- Plans for the new synagogue
munity, and during that time hasl are now being drawn and it is
done much, not only to raise the hoped that the building will be
standard of the sport but to do itsbeushrl*
part in all things that would help Be c o rc
Greater Miami prosper. B ahD gT ak
Aside from the tremendous pub- Plans Big Season
licity it has~ given Greater Miami
in other parts of the world, its -
part in the civie affairs of thej Frank Anderson, manager of the
community is well now to t on- Miami Beach Kennel Club, said
sandsof Mamias. ne isthis week that the South Beach
opening in 1926, the officers of thedo trc wsaniptigt
club have never turned a deaf ear d ta w nicpig s
to the needs of charitable and greatest racing season and that
other institutions, and its dona- under legalized conditions it was
tons have been many and plenti- believed that a better brand of
ful. Last winter the Biscayne Ken- racing could be offered the public.
nel Club helped to swell the fund The Miami Beach track is said
of Mayor Reeder's unemployment to be one of the finest greyhound
fund for girls, giving 68 girls racing plants in the world, and
work all summer, making more each year there are thousands of
than 4,000 dresses which were celebrities and distinguished per-
given to other girls that they sons entertained ther~e.
might be presentable at school Because of the constant work
and elsewhere. The benefactions conducted at the South Beach track
of the track,' m the opinion of there is very little to be done be-
many, have been one of the out- fore the actual opening sometime
standing features of its contribu- about- January 1. Mr. Anderson
tion to Dade county's welfare. said it has not been definitely de-
General Manager J. W. Gallo- cided whether the track will be
way has plenty of surprises in opened in December or early in
store for the patrons of the Bis- January, but that his intentions
cayne track if Dade county voters were to open at the time which
say yes at the polls on October would be acceptable to local busi-
20. Many of these plans have lain ness people.

scheduled to begin January 14.
Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan of Approximately 900 local laborers
Temple Israel was one of the ]are now employed on construction
work at the track.
principal speakers at the meeting
in Bayfront park last ~Wednesday The landscaping program has
progressed at a rapid pace and al-
night of the citizenship committee rayhsivle h ucaeo
of the Central Labor Union. The flowers, shrubs and trees from 74
meeting, called for the purpose of different firms and individuals its

considering the unemployment
problem confronting the citizens
of Dade county, was attended by
more than five thousand people
who applauded the remarks of the
Rabbi Kaplan suggested that It
be made known to residents of
other sections of the country who
come here to operate places of
business only during the winter
months be advised that they are
not welcome unless they employ
Dade countians. He also endorsed
racing as a civic attraction.
Other speakers at the meeting
were Mayor Redmond Gautier;
Frank Roach, chairman of the la-
bor council's hotel employment
committee; Dr. George H. Brad-
/ford; George Raymond of the mo-
tion picture operators' union, and
George McCall, clerk of the crim-
inal :court.
Representatives of the various
tracks appeared and asked for the
support of the voters at the Oc-
tober 20 referendum.

Coral Gables Track
Is Fully Financed

During a talk over Station
W~IOD this week, Frank J. Brue?,
prime mover of the new Gables
Racing Association ,revealed the
fact that the track had been com-
pletely financed even before the
Miami directorate had been chos-
on. More than ample funds are
now available for the fulfillment,
of the promises for lavish expen-
ditures for local labor and mate-
rials in its schonsetructistnopro run.
sale, according to Mr. Bruen, who
pointed out the fact that the track
now being built on the site of the
South Miami Kennel Club is own-
ed and will be operated by Miami-
:as xla ivel .
Uit ca seel and concrete grand-
stand valued at $28ji,000, whien
will be turned around to face the
east, and other improvements all
ready to be completed in time for
racing this winter season, the
racing plant will bring to 'Miami
a longer season, with some of the
finest horses in the country par-
ticipating in the races*
Only local labor will be em-
ployed and only local materials


1545 8. W. Third Street
The regular early services will
begin tonight at 6:15 o'clock with
the late services at 8. Rabbi Isaac
M. Wapner will preach on "The
Beginning of Our Torah and Our
National Life." Harry Simon-
hoff, prominent attorney and pres-
ident of the local Zionist district,
will speak on "!Abrahain."
Cantor Nathon Wroobel will
chant and lead the congregational
A social hour will follow the
services and refreshments will be

(Reform )
137 N. E. Nineteenth Street
"The Dance of Life," one of the
most important books by Havelock
Ellis, will be the subject of the
lecture at Temple Israel Friday
evening by Dr. Kaplan. Havelock
Ellis has contributed more to a
scientific understanding of sex
than any other man, and this book,
"The Dance of Life," by that au-
thor, deals with the rhythm of
life that pervades every phase of
human activity. The lecture will
be a review of that book. The
public is welcome.
Services will begin at 8:15 p. m.
The Sisterhood Bible Class meets
with Dr. Kaplan every Wednesday
at 11 o'clock. Toewishing to
join must do so in the next week
or two.

139 N. W. Third Avenue
S. M. MACHTEI, Rabbi
Rabbi S. M. Machtei will preach
at the 3 o'clock services tonight on
"Man, Half-God and Half-Ani-
mal The rabbi will compare the
story in Genesis, the Talmudic and
Midrashic tales about Adam, with
tenipsychologicl nt eo esH cn

c alnhou ail fotlo win e vestr
rooms. Every one is invited to
attend the services. Tomorrow
morning the services will begin at
8:30. Rosh Chodesh Bentschen
(Mar Cheshvan) at 9:45 a. m*
Sunday school classes will con-
vene at 10 a. m. on Sunday with
Superintendent Stanley C. Myers
in charge. Rabbi Machtei will n-
augurate an adult Bible class at
11 o'clock on Sunday morning. The
first lesson will deal with "Crea-
tion and Recreation." Men and
nomnr ifalfaiths and denomin -
follow the lesson.

311 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
L. AXELROD, Rabibi
The Friday evening service will
begin. at 6 o'clock with the late
services at 8:15, when Rabbi Laz-

arus Azelrod will preach the ser-
mon on "Let There Be r~ight."
Cantor Boris Schlachman will
chant the servicessagd* lead `in the
congregational singing. The pub-
lic is invited to attend.
A social hour will follow at
which the sisterhood will be the
hosts. Refreshments wlill be served. I

Since the South Beach track has
been operating under the rules of
the International Greyhound Rae-
ing Association the races have
been run in an honest, efficient
and clean manner and there has
never been one word of criticism
offered. Under the legahized con-
ditions it is believed that a more
elaborate program of racing caln
be presented, and the officials wi l
be able to devote allto their time
to givn sevc totepto

Tlo Resume Activi es

The local B'nai B'rith lodge will
resume its activities at a meee ing
of the organization next Tusday
evening, October 13, at 8 o'Clock,
in the Talmud Torah hall of Beth
David. Important business will be
trarmacteadr ad pan for thwiwo k

outlined. All members are urged
to be present.
The weekly luncheons of the or-
ganization will begin on October
21 at the Palatial Kosher Restau-

Cemetery Association
TO Meet On Thursday

An i portant meeting of the
Grate 'Miarmi Jewish Cemetery,
Grea ration will be held at Beth
DAssoia Trlmud Torab hall next
Tu sday evening, October 15, at
8 'clock. The report of the audi-
8 or 11 be. considered and other
timor wi t business -will be traneI-

Biscayne Track

Plans innovations

Biscayne Kennel Club, Miami's
pioneer and home-owned grey-
hound racing institution, which has

st. Petersburg Jews
Will Build Synagogue

As a result of an appeal made
by the rabbi of the St. Petersburg
congregation last High Holy Days,
the sum of fifteen hundred dollars

Big Season For

Hialesh Forecast

According to reservations al-
ready applied for at the Hialeah
Park racing plant of 1tshtabiami

pacity will be filled during Mi-
ami's racing season this winter.
This will mean upwards of 3,000
employes at Hialesh Park during
operation of the track, Jockey Club
officials say, as the average re-
qluirement is two men to a race
horse. The 24-stabile capacity is
1,440 stalls.
Checkers at the Hialeah Park
gates last Sunday reported over
8,000 visitors had viewed the mil-
lion-dollar improvement program
now underway in preparation for
next season's racing program,

__ I II

Friday, October 9, 1981

I tin ot nlythe list of stockholders and
se nrit hoon rs, as they appear uptona th
books of the co lariy but aso ity hder e
where the s the books of the company
appears upon 'n any other fiduciary re.
Iatiorustee name of the person or scor-
per tion foalwhomtsuc etrusitee P aci~

raant' fl notalemgenand belief as to
the circumstances and conditions under
which stockholders and security holders
Swho do not acppear up~on the books of the
company as trustees, erl stc aknd ds
urte bo a capacityr;and this affiant has
no reason to believe that any other per-
son, association, or corporation has any
interest, direct or indirect in the said
stock, bonds, or other securities than as
so stated by him.
5. That the average number of copies
of each issue of this publication sold or
distributed through the mails or other.
wise, to paid subscribers during the six
months preceding the date shown above!
is.... (This information is required
from daily publications only.)
Sworn to and subscribed before me this
25th day of September, 1931.
(Seal) H. RIFAS,
Notary Public. State of F'loridar.
My commission expires July 8, 1932.


Announcing the Opening of
342 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach Phone 5-2067
Tea Cup Reading Entertainer
Numerology Entertainer


SKeep It In the Home

City Wood Yard, Inc.
Fireplace Stove and
Kindling Wood
Phone 2-3252

(Doings At Miami High)

By Bettye

"Do you know," (as Eddie Can-
tor would say) there are a few
Jewish students in Miami High
School When I say a few I mean
even less than that, because there
really are only a handful. How-
ever, I did come across a few rats I
the other day. (You know the
small creatures are finds at the
beginning of each school year hid-
den between the skirts of the u -
per classmen). They're all right
and great on doing one favors.
The other day, on glancing over I
the "Miami High Times," I n -
ticed that one of our most promi-
nent Jewish girls was editor-in-
chief, Sylvia Leibovitt. Sylvia is
a very conscientious girl and de-
serves much credit for the good
work she is doing. She not only
writes news events and editorials,
but also arranges columns and
helps the beginners in journalism*
Kheuepsuthe good work, Sylvia!of
seniors (supposleed to d gn fe

new girls find their way around
the school (although I doubt if
some of them know it themselves)
and be of whatever service they
can. The Jewish students on that
committee are Myrtle Zeientz, Syl-
yia Miles and Edna Wolkowsky.
Did you know that Edna Schoen-
feld, a post-graduate, won the
dance contest at the Pier last Sun-
day ? Her partner was Milton
Klein, another student.
Some students are attempting to
apply their education by teaching
at various Sunday schools in the
city. Sylvia Miles, a senior, is
teaching kindergarten at Beth Da-
vid. (You ought to hear her speak
about the cute little things they
do.) Adele Segal also teaches at
Beth David and appears quite in-
terested in the work. Anita Bern-
stein teaches at Temple Israel.
I must not forget Ed Leven, the
flashy back on Miami's football
team. This is not Ed's first year
at the game. He has helped Miami
to roll up her score a great many
That's all till next week.


Next to the selection that has
been in operation for centuries, it
is, in my opinion, the antiquity and
the continuity of their civilization
that throws some light upon the
Jews as well as upon the place
they occupy in our midst. They
were here before us; they are our
Their children were taught to
read from the scrolls of the Torah
before our Latin alphabet had
reached its final form, long be-
fore Cyrillus and Methodius had
given writing to the Slays, and be-
fore the Runic characters were
known to the Germans of the
As compared with the Jews, we
are young, we are newcomers; in
the matter of civilization they are
far ahead of us. It was in vain
that we locked them up for sev-
"-eral hundred years behind the
walls of the Ghetto. No soomtr

were their prison gates unbarred
than they easily caught up with
us, even on those paths which we
had opened up without their aid.
--. LeRoy Beaulieu, 1893.

The opposite word for kosher is
tref. All food that Jews are for-
bidden to eat is called "tref" or

Yen shll keep my statutes and
Mine ordinances, which it a man
do, he8 shall live by them; I am the
Lok.-Leviticas xvif,5.

'9~ ~~



Aunrs ."" .ab112 ebdd n Seicti 41 ,
Postal Laws and Renulations, printed Jn
the reverse of this form, to-wit:
1. That the names and addresses of the
qublsher,meditor, managing editor, and

CIublisher, JewishAFloridian Publishing
Editor, J. Louis Shochet, P. O. B~x
Managing Editor, J. Louis Shochet, P.
O. Box 297i3.
Business Manager, J. Louis Shochet. P.

o2.Bha29 .he owner is: (If owned by :<
corporation, its name and address must
be stated and also immediately thereun-
der the names and addresses of stockhold-
ers owning or holding one per cent or
more of total amount of stock. If not
owned by a corporation, the names and
addresses of the individual owners must
be given. If owned by a firm, company,
or other unincorporated concern, its name
and address, as well as those of each in-
dividual member, must be given.)
J. Louis Shochet, 147i4 S. W. First St.
3. That the known bondholders, mort-
Mcagees, and other security holders owning
or holding 1 per cent or more of tota
amount of bonds, mortgages, or other sa-
curities are: (If there are none, so state.)
4. That the two paragraphs next above,
giving the names of the owners, stock.
holders, and security holders, if any, con-

OReSOn for Salting Meat
Because blood is forbidden to be
eaten, meat is soaked in cold wa-
ter for at least half an hour, and
then sprinkled generously with
salthAftetheremain ngw sa d fo

and the meat is then ready for
cooking. The salt draws out all
the blood and kills any germs that
might be found in the meat.

The Jew is born civilized --
G. Bernard Shaw*
OCTOBER 1, 1931*
State of Florida, County of Dade, as:
Before me, a Notary Public in and for
the State and county aforesaid, personally
appeared J. Louis Shochet, who, having
been duly sworn accord a to law, de-
poses and says that he isthe owner of
rThe Jewish Floridian, and that the fol.
lowing is, to the best of his knowledge
and belief, a true statement of the own-
ership, management (and if a daily paper,
the circulation), etc., of the aforesaid
publication for the date shown in the


Page Two

FRAn K 1

For the past three yeare-Frank J. Bruen has been
hloely a dcated with rer n as Dded Cont-I
this man-a true Mi~amian-that racing has been
conducted upon such a high plane,
The officers and directors of the Gables Racing As.
sociation are all Miamians with the interest of Dade
County at hear -These men know Frank J. Bruen
-they know what the lengthening of our winter
season will mean to D~ade County-These men have
the utmost confidence in the ability of Frank J.
Bruen-to give D~ade County an extended winter
The officers and directors o fthe Gables Racing As-
sociation will back Frank J. Bruen in his promise
to conduct racing at the Gables Race Track on the
same high plane that it has been conducted for the
ptasmu tre yer mkndr ti I hn eemenntO L. ANeD
his direction that racing in Dade County wasn rep
to such a high standard e
p lan Jollrue nove oM um dhan t iswih deep
every effort to niveh Dade County an xetended ein
wife and bor are rehi
It is but fitting that we residents and voters of
sDud t unt a ve orthwholeharted support to as-



FRANK J. BRUEN, a resident of D~ade County -a
home owner and A TRUE MIAMIAN--had foresight
enough to see the advantages of an EX E:NDED
'sOURIIST SEASON for Dade County--AND--re-
alising what OUTSIDE CAPITAL means to this
community-went north to subscribe the necssar
money to finance the operation and completion of
the Gables Race Track.
Recognized the world over as a Premier Sports
a D secur fia ueentrom Nrthern Cpto ists
-the necessary funds to asuren the completion of
this project that will bring untold financial return
to all residents of Dade County.
Upon returning to Miami after financing the Gables
Racing An oi fiont Firan J Buen selected Pionee
tution-knowang these men--all residents of Dade
County--all Home Owners--would hold the interests
of this community dear to their hearts.
Having gained an enviable reputation as a sports-
man--Frank J. Bruen--who has done so much for
racing in Dade County-is held in the highest re-
gard by every resident in our community.

Tune In on WIOD, 7:45 P. M., Every Monday, Wednesday, Friday.







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Pln th begmmng, God created all,
Plnsma animals, great and
And the Garden of Eden, where
river rie
He made b autiful Paradise.
In Eden, where all life began,
Adam became the world's first
And later, Eve became his wife,
They hived a simple, happy life.
Now, in the Garden was a tree
With fruit most beautiful to see
But God told Adam and his wife '
Not to touch this Tree of Life *
"Everything else belongs to you,
The plants and trees and animals,
But if my word you don't obey,
In Eden, then, you may not stay."
Here manybhappy days they spent
Uo im an dressings eGodohad sent,
And slyly he made Eve do wrong '
"Eat the forbidden fruit," said he,
"Don't mind God's word, of Hint
be free."
Then Eve and Adam both obeyed,
And hid in shame, they were

So out of Eden they were sent,
They had to work where'er they
IAnd in the fields they had to toil
To get their food they tilled the

What lesson does this story bring ?
,From God we cannot hide a thing.
God's word we always should obey
To do what's right is the best


Many of us have at least one
time or another asked our teach-
ers, or someone older than our-
sles odWhy is it that wehcannot
sme question was ba ked ohan-

emperor called Hadrian. At that .
time he addressed the question to
one of our great teacher, Rabbi
Joshua ben Chananya, adding also
thlat unless the rabbi could show
him God, he would not believe in
His existence. Rabbi Joshua sim-
ply replied, "Raise your eyes to
the sky and I will first show you
one of His representatives." Ha-
drian raised his eyes to the sky
but the sun's bright rays dazzled
him, and only caused him to look
down again. Thereupon Rabbi
Joshua exclaimed, "What! Would
you see the Master when you have
not the oe to look atoeo
His creati ns" Hadrian wak
away slowly, acknowledging that
what Rabbi Joshua had said was
true.-From the Talmud.


There is no use in vain regret,
In hot remorse or bitter tears;
There is no sense in looking back
I To ~stir the memories and the
What you have done, then, you
have done_
And all your tears won't wash
it out! .
You cannot make a forward step
Burdened by fear or chained by
There is no courage in the weak,
No strength in that regretting
Wise mein go forward though they

And only weaklings sit and
What you have been, too, you have

Whabee you're to be is up to
So get up, dust yourself, and
Forget it all, and carry through!


Cold water, morning and eve-
ning, is better than all cosmetics.
A person commits a sin in se-
cret; God brings it to light.
When two men quarrel, he who
is first silent is the greater gen-
Let thy yea be yea, and thy nay,

Good people, though promising
little before,
Do all that they promise and even
more ;
But bad men the words of their
promise recall,
Though promising much they do
nothing at all.


A boy was once asked to ex-
plain the verse in the "Ethics of
the Fathers," which reads, "Do
not serve your master for the sake

of receiving a reward, ~but serve
your master not for the sake of
receiving a reward."
He said, "It means you must not
be good because you will get n
'good mark or because your teacher
will like you--youl must be good
for nothing."

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A gentile once said to a rabbi:
"Your God calls Himself 'a jeal-
ous God' and can endure no other
Gdhbesisde Him sif Wh s t that
Gods more than the false Gods
themselves ?,,
"A certain king," replied the
rabbi, "had a disobedient son who
was always committing some fol-
ly or other. One of h~is folies was
to give to his dogs his father's
name and titles. Should the king
show his anger on the prince, or
the dogs?"
"Well said!" replied the gentile.
"'But if your God destroyed the
objects of idolatry, He would re-
move the temptation to worship
"Yes," said the rabbi, "that
would be well if the fools wor-
shipped only such things as are
worthless and that could be re-
moved from the world. But they
worship the sun, moon and stars,
fire, water, and what not. Should
the Creator, for the sake of these
fools, ruin His own works, and
disturb the laws appointed to na-
ture by His own wisdom? If a
man steals .grain and sows it,
should the seed not sprout forth
from the earth because it was
stolen ? Oh, no! The Wise Creator
lets nature run her own course. If
fools choose to commit folly, the
da of reckoning will come for
tem. For the laws of life, too,
run their own course. All those
who violate them, pay for their
folly in the end."

An old Jewish legend says that
at first the sun and the moon were
created equal. They both had the
name brightness. This made the
moon envious. "Two monarchs,"
she said, "cannot sit on one
throne." "rVery true," iiras the re-
ply from God. "'Yor light will
therefore be 14ssened."

Friday, October 9, ~~31~

b~i~S-~ IAB LEI. 2-..

he~B and re ttr o
'liosher means "fit." -The word
tells us that the meat and other
food sold in the store is fit to be
eaten by every Jew who observes
the Jewish dietary laws, the laws
concerning food.
For thousands of years the Jew-
ish people have been 'eating only
those foods which the Jewish laws
would permit them. As a result,
the Jews today are strong and
vigorous in: body and are admired
by other races for their ability to
live to a ripe old a~ge.
Many of the Jewish laws con-
cerning food are found in the Bi-
ble. For instance, Jews are for-
bidden to eat most insects and any
creeping things, for they usually
carry deadly germs and diseases.
Jews are forbidden to eat the flesh
of beasts of the field and birds of
prey, for the flesh of these ani-
mals has a ba~d effect on the hu-
man body. Likewise, shellfish
such as oysters, crabs and lobsters
are forbid8en. These shellfish
flourish near the coastline where
dirt gathers. Doctors have traced
the origmn of many diseases to
such shellfish.
The Bible makes a distinction
between clean and unclean ani-
mals. Clean animals are those
that chew the cud, have parted
hoofs, and the feet left in two
parts. Examples of such animals
ar epll,d d e and oxen; goats,
The camel was forbidden as
food because even though it chews
the cud its hoofs are not parted.
The swine was forbidden because
even though it has parted hoof
and cloven feet, it nevertheless
does not chew the cud.
Of the fish, only those that have
fins and scali~s were permitted to
be eaten.
We do not know the reason for
mosy o t ese rommhan erve
ing these rules, the Jews are be,-
ter able to live together as a sep-
arate people. For God has said,

th Lr am holy an dav set
you apart from the peoples, that
ye should be Mine" (Leviticus xx,
--From "The Bible Retold by
Rabbi Michael Alper.


halepro e not a scorner, lest he
Reprove a wise man, and he
will love thee,
Give to a wise man, and he will
be yet wiser,
Teach a righteous man, and he
will increase in learning.
,_ ~Proverbs ix, 8-9.

The way of a fool is 4Straight in
his own eyes;
But he that is wise hearkenet~h
unto counsel.
-Proverbs xii, 15.

"Who is wise ? He who learns
from all people."

-Firom the Talmud.


1. How were Adam and Eve
prevented from gambling ?
If you must know, their pair o'
dice (paradise) was taken' away
from them.
2. How long did Cain: hate his
brother ?p
As long as he was Abel.
3. What confection did they
have in the Ark t
Preserved pears (pairs).

ce y nce JudR
Frida October 9, 1931-Twen t hth D
of Tishre, 5692 Number Fhre

Volume! One.


We must bear in mind .that the
Bible was written over a period
of many centuries and that when
it was compiled, different versions
of the same story or event were
often included in it. Thus we have
in the beginning of the Book of
Genesis, two accounts of the cre-
ation of the world, one of which
is much older than the other. We
know that, from the difference in
style and language, and from the
ideas ,expressed. For instance, one
version speaks of God, the other
of the Lord God. In one account of
the creation, God created man and
woman, while in the other account
God created man only and then
took a rib from his side and out

of it made woman. -
A further comparison of
stories of creation brings
the following differences
six days of creation:

the two
to lig~t
for the

Genesis I-II, Verse 3
1. Light created.
2. Firmament formed.
3. Dry land, grass herbs and
fruit trees.
4. Sun, moon and stars.
5. Living creatures.
6. Man and woman created.
Genesis II, Verses 4-25
1. Man fashioned.
2. Garden planted.
3. Trees, and tree of life.
4. River with four branches.
5. Beasts and birds.
6. Woman made from man's rib.
--From "The Bible Retold," by
Rabbi Michael Alper.

Hymns," by S. H.

--From "Bible


A Canaanite bought a graven
image, and put it on the back of
his donkey to carry it home. On
the road all the people that met
them bowed down at beholding the
image, and the donkey thought
that these honors were shown to
her. This ~made the animal haughl-
ty, and she began to be stubborn,
refusing to listen to the master,
who took a rod and beat her.
So it is with some who are pos-
sessed of riches, on which account
they are shown honor; could they
but comprehend that the honors
shown them are due to the wealth
they carry, they would drop their
haughtiness and vain pride; for
"A man's pride shall bring him
low; but he that is of lowly spirit
shall attain to honor."--Proverbs,
xxix, 23.

People seldom .improve when
they have no other model but
themselves to copy after.--Gold-

None but a fool is always right.

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kyil r wilapnr onlT qu~ things. ;sh hisrtocry. Palestine waLS a center brothers whose combrined resourus i
be.' 1Sile~nr days and stil:: o~f Jewish life. In the cciet oei total mnanyt millions.
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d amom-f- Petr tha's oun in og erseutw. hday's work has develped. Often
back broke~ Eaa a stealthr chll. thetmsclves~ writ~h the hope that dh the debaste is spirited, lat when it
a Zpage ad. 1a arhndu adhoe regene~rati (i f Itsraeld, sode ladayis over they mak~ their decision
nt~S, welct~nm- n nanimous and always act as a
FoLr a soundless shel. rcomie :.0 plass. A4nd towasrds this ut
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brt we *in gainsh" says an editorial. ,uitural ani~vre u pea, s ~its ~~d, i sS Ldi
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h rn izr acned inailea ~ai better sei3 n ara ~ fiae'~ h
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minmr thm whrere spoldr thiinss and waante
rar kept. The Boarf d of Hith tspana hc hs Some people seer mee act as
r to he tarj hae aranr~ tslak th~e plagce nt ain~. tdot earses w highiv havePPr't teonshb ter imehe em eser
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pea CStace~r by E: tl~J Lignfl raaL :a.1~`~T j7i :ts 7wmrr

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orpw otfrar PWnsan rrst but-i~:I wave 5-rrs ara ms ago I~i~
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bcause~t tSise tanseugnt feel Sta~t us. use see s a man
tfrei :imae :spe sever h~Er* ;se- arrad. Hrrt ~ e vanch v
aLlyr Ufnrfg the mahtigter 7 Jian 'sewl zorey and
rn :ep pasBtr~S few meatse haver isa mt o 'ae hm rat sQf

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sas~ oftfora ~ 4L~tow LriliB~ n bei afel: comuna rleader shou
B at5i beanden duity.m raie, aruE ~and eet.T infi
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as tbo the Rack atthe sory not fora b mom nt as
go eati at her 955-" Sto are as campaigng of p
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To lead into freedom a people
ng crushed by tyranny; to dis-
ipline and order such a mighty
os;to harden them into fight-
Ist men, before whom warlike
,bes quailed and walled cities
rent down; to repress discontent
nd jealousy and mutiny; to com-
st reactions and reversions; to
rn the quick, fierce flame of en-
husiasm to the service of a steady
urpose, require some towering
haracter--a character blending in
,ihest expression the qualities of
,oitician, patriot, philosopher and
;tatesman--the union of the wis-
omof the Egyptians with the
nslih devotion of the meekest
The striking differences between
tin and Hebrew polity are
tI form, but of essence. The
o eeof the one is to subordi-
ein and o ression; of the oth-
at i divi ual freedom. Stran-
rtof recorded birth! From the
tesnet and most splendid des-
oimof antiquity comes the
et republic. From between the
raew of the rock-hewn Sphinx
issthe genius of human liberty,
ndthe trumpets of the Exodus
brb with the defiant proclama-
ion of the rights of man.
The Hebrew commonwealth was
asdupon the individual--a com-
nowealth whose ideal it was that
vry man should sit under his
wnvine and fig tree, with none
ovex him or make him afraid; a
mmonwealth in which nole
would be condemned to ceaseless
iil; in which, for even the bond
ave there should be hope; in
hich e rs evnithe beasts of b
protection of property, but the
roeton of humanity, that is the
im of the Mosaic code. Its Sab-
ath day and Sabbath year secure'
ven to the lowliest, rest and ~lei-
ur.With the blast of the jubi.
edtaumpeitvs the slave g ed free
arsagain to the poorest his fair
haein the bounty of the com-
onCreator. The reaper must
ave something for the gleaner;
ven the ox cannot be muzzled as
etreadeth out the corn. Every-
hre, in everything, the dominant
eais that of our homely phrase
-"ie and let live.''
That there is one day in the
teek that the working nian may
all his own, one day in the week
which the hammer is silent and
lomstands idle, is nue,
bruhChristianity, to Judaism-
othe code promulgated in the Si-
aitic wilderness. And who that

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fret""w""dd on tbet modern so-
ciet woud no be erey happier,
but richer, had we received as well
as the Sabbath day the grand idea
of the Sabbath year, or, adapting
its spirit to our changed condi-
tions, secured in another way an
equivalent reduction of working
It is in these characteristics of
the Mosaic institutions that, as
in the fragments of a Colossus, we
may read the greatness of the
mind whose impress they bear-
of a mind in advance of its sur-
roundings, in advance of its age
of one of those star souls the
dwindle not with distance, but,
glowing with the radiance of es-
sential truth, hold their light while
institutions and languages and
creeds change and pass.
Leader and servant of men!
Law-giver and benefactor! Toiler
towards the Promised Lrtnd seen
only by the eye of faith! Type of
the high souls who in every age
have given to earth its heroes and
its martyrs, whose deeds are the
precious possession of the race,
whose memories are its sacred
heritage! With whom among the
founders of ~Empire shall we col-
pare him ?
To dispute about the inspiration
of such a man were to dispute
about words. From the depths of
the Unseen such characters must
draw their strength; from foun-
tains that flow only from the pure
in heart must come their wisdom.
Of something more real than mat-
ter; of something higher than the
stars; of a light that will endure
when suns are dead and dark; of
s purpose of which the physical
universe is but a passing phase.
such lives tell.

(At University of Miami)

By Milton Friedman

As the academic year of 193 4
32 opens at the University of Mi-
ami t wsuhdeoutlook ibep ea -
here, there and everywhere. Ha f
of them have come from other
states than Florida.
Immediately a goodly number
have become interested in school
activities. On the sophomore vigi-
lance committee (hazing of fresh-
men) the names of George Reich-
gott, Frances Kane, Beatrice Sil-
ver and Josephine Ross may be
found. 1
Candidates for the footbl i hae
are E. Cohen, S. Fox and Mthl
Kasanoff. Kasanoff is on the first
string line. Bernard Katz br k
his right wrist in practice and wi l
be out the rest of the season. Mil-
"o A.nFrinsaen os mantagav o
sity team are George Reichgott,
Cassell and Stan Phillips.
thpote e for th per"Hurrican k ,'
Daly, Joe Fleischaker, Isadore Ne-
ham and Pauline Lasky.
The two Jewish organizations,
Upsilon Lambda Phi sorority and
Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity, are do-
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Candidates for the Boys' Glee
Club are Milton Weiss, Juliin

Friedman, AlMac and Mhiltn
Frieman.Thos outfo ltoeG ris'
Friedmlab areseFrances K~ane, Jo-
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ir day, October 9, 1981

Page Five

in the season werle held on Friday
evening, September 18. These
services are held every Friday at
8i30 p. ta., and are conducted by
Rabbi Wiesel.

The holiday season closed with
a benefit concert sponsored by
several Jewish organizations of
the city on Sunday evening, Octo-
ber 4. The concert was held in
the spacious auditorium of the
Center through the courtesy of
very talented members of the Jew-
ish community and consisted of
several musical renditions, vocal
solos and recitations. The program
included Miss Alice Biscow, well-
known violinist, accompanied by
Evelyn Fretwell Harris; Madame
Berte Long-Knoche, soloist, ac-
companied by Dr. Karl G. Knoche;
Mrs. Edith Nabin Wilson, Miss
Salamis Jacobs, Madame Herseho-
vitz and Miss Edith Berman ren-
dered a number of solos accom-
panied by Miss Rebecca Mosko-
vitz. Miss Fannie Horowitz gave
very humorous readings; Joseph
Achron rendered a Hebrew melody
and a Hungarian dance by Brahms.

The Junior Daughters of Israel,
organized for the purpose of work-
ing together with the Daughters
of Israel for the cause of the
Center, will hold its first meeting
of the season on Tuesday evening,
October '6. This organization is
composed of a group of young
women headed by Miss Esther
Bandrimer and meets twice each


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Another--after struggling hard
For many years in this.
-From the Talmud.

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Jacksonville Jewish Center ac-
tivities for the new year in the
Hebrew calendar began with im-
pressive Rosh Hashonah services
conducted by Rabbi A. S. Wiesel
and Rev. B. Safer. The opening of
the Hebrew school inaugurated the
various activities of the center,
which embraces several different
organizations. Sessions began on
Tuesday afternoon, September 22,
with a large enrollment of pupils.
Arrangements for the opening of
the religious school are now com-
pleted, and the Sunday school that
meets every Sunday morning will
hold its first session October 11
at 10 a. m*

An interesting meeting, the first
of this season, was held by the
Ladies' Hebrew Sheltering Aid So-
ciety several days ago, and a sil-
ver tea in the center auditorium
on September 29.

The Daughters of Israel, the
ladies' auxiliary of the Jewish
Center, recently held a successful
executive meeting. Mrs. A. Sager,
president, presided. Rabbi A. S.
Wiesel gave an interesting al-
dress at -the meeting, and plans
were made for the ensuing season.
A special committee was appoint.
ed who took charge of the deco-
rating of the Center Succah and
the refreshments served `immedi.
ately after the services. In this
manner all worshippers who did
not have a Succah of their own
were given the opportunity to ful-
fill the duty of making Kiddush
in a Succah. The first regular
meeting of the Daughters of Is-
rael will be held on October 7, it
was announced at the meeting.

The Junior Hadasah unit will
hold installation of the newly
elected officers on Thursday, Oc-
tober 8. Mrs. Sam Weiss, presi-
dent of the Senior Hadassah, will
install the officers. This is the
first regular meeting of the sea

ings were held to complete ar-
rangements fo r the affair on
Thursday evening, which will also
be in the form of a social enter-
tainment. Reservations made so
far indicate that it will be a very
successful gathering. Miss Eva
Berman is president of the Hadas-
sah unit.

The Young Judea Council re-
cently met with the former and
new leaders of the groups, and ar-
rangements were made to begin
its activities the coming week. The
first late Friday evening services


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Miss Mildred Gre~enberR at the pi-
ano. Mr. A. GlurenberK sangT a
numberlr of Yiddlah songs and he
also was accompanied by Miss
Growhrg. rl. A. D~ock gave a
numnber of rea~dings~ from1 Yiddish
Temnple IsraHel Sister!hood enter-
tained~~ a large( number of ruests
at KaplanI hall last SundalY nlight

Hrnior Iladrnanh is all art for the
hIrl eve~nt of1 the) current~ eneaon,
the "plnnttion"1\) lunchCeon at Ge~r-
lIenth~ next Motwinuy, Octolatr 12.
The~c ~lun~chonla I ( to l' star Ot ~pro ly
at I o,'cl~c~k. Mrsa. Mtnaea Keleger,
nowi of Mllinant Beach andl formerly
of PItts~,\lhurh PaH., wher~ she her-
col\rllen rlrneePlishmentstr for Hr-
damah.1~ in to, t1 the prrinc~ipal rpeak -

consIst~ of~ old-fashioned Southern
rsrngs~ andr plan\tatiomn lo'diP.P. B'-
ca\luse ofI the Ilimited rtpact, and\ thc
mambe\r~ r of uservations com\ing to,
A\ ll thos e who an~t. to attend8 are
immed~~~~IatelY. In\ charav of arra#nge-
W\illionson.~~ Mrs. Samr Simonhoff.
Mrs.~ Alex Gor~ldstein., Mrs, Mor-
r~is Rub~inr and~ MliftP Ros MatF Y

foi* childrein,'tlr't''eolewish
were nan~edi? The5EaIrel Mrs,
uel Aronowitz, M~rs. G66rdon B
and Mrs. M. L. Cowen.
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman N ,,
and children are expected torei
to Miami the latter part of t
week after an absence of t
months, during which time g
Levy was in charge of a sit
camp for girls in the Blue 11

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maewith him. 'Eitertainments
man dne r ot' included on the
ande dl The use of the kitchen
m st be arranged for with Mrs. I.
Levin, president of the Sisterhood.
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Brown of
Savannah, Ga., are guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Max Steinberg for a few
The Junior Council of Jewish
Women will hold a very important
meeting next Tuesday evening,
October 13, at 8 o'clock at Kaplarn
hall. Plans for the providing of
Thanksgiving baskets for the
needy and other social service
plans will be discussed. Following
the business session a social hour
will be spent and bridge will be
played, followed by' refreshments.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Arky and
daughter arrived last week from
New York City to spend the win-
ter' season at their home, 421 N.
E. Twenty-eighth street.

Pans are now being made~for a
moonlight' boat ride on November
t o,1 andea niet Yea' v Ile~e r
nounced in these columns.
Temple Israel Sisterhood is
a onsoring a bridge at the home
of Mrs. J. A. Richter, 1893 S. W.
Tenth street, on Thursday evev
ning, Octobecr 15, beginning at 8
o'c~lock. Refreshments will be
srclved and prizes will be given for
high scores. The public is cordial-
ly invited to attend.
Mr11s. Leonardl Epstein, who has
beenl abroad for several months, is
trpcivt d the arives 11 iami on ou.
lnc l0 t Tun sdaie r Bu


at e~cnrd. As the guests entered "1~'"" '`lcJ
th~ey wetc greeted by Mlrs. J. A. ~
Richer, hairan o theHosp- lr. Sarmuel Small, well known
talityv Comm~\iftte, who prOesnted manIHIufacturer and communal work-
M~rs. 1. l~evin, paysident- of t~he cr, arrived in Miami last week
Sisterhood, who ptvaided an~d spoke w~ith his family after a stay of
a fe wods f gvetng.Mrs Le several months in the north. He
vin pursented Mlr. Day J. Aptc`, will maske his home in Miami
ptva~iden~t `14E-Templle Israel. who Beasch.
spoke briefly. At a late hour de. -- f +
licious avfreshmcnts wrav~ serv~d. Airline Aronovitz, daughter of
Dr n Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz*
Allthoe hvin JeishNaton-and L~illian Rellman won prizes in
at Fund boxes of the Juir hp teMna-Zucca composition con-
ter of Miamni Hadassa~h are re- test held by M~iss Frances Druck-
quested to turn themn in tMiss era.Other contestants were
Hannh Mak, cairmn f he Blle Tannenbaum, Marion Freed
r...:r. ~~.~ IIr~~,l-~.,,~~,. Roe Marion Golden and Chester

Mrs. Abti Rose, 223 N. E. Twen-
ty-ninth street, has left for a visit
with her mother and will return
the latter part of this month.
The Junior Chapter of the Coun-
oil of Jewish Women is planning
a membership drive for the
months of October and November.
All girls and young married wom-
en are invited to join. The drive
will conclude wpith a novelty party
the latter part of November.

Junior:. ItdIhwl od a

short business meeting next Mon- Jewish National Fund committee
dayb owning at the home of Miss for the Junior Hadassah.
livue Per, 1815 S. W. Third s~
stavet. This business meeting will Last Sunday morning Beth Da'
tw followni by a irry enjoyable vid Sisterhood provided refresh.
hridge at w tich t w isses n^ ments and presented a brief pro-
H einkle. Belle H esson and Selma gram in celebration of Sinwhas
Merson will tw the hostesses. Ad- Torah for the pupils of the Sun^
mission will he twynty-fily cents day school. In charge of arrange-
and an enjoyable boring is prian' awnts was a committee headed by
1 ed. Mrs. .lake Engler'
4 -
Congavention Beth David will An important nweting of Tem-
hold a avueral meeting of all its ple Israel Sisterhood was held at
t xatSuth slownitNr- O'" K la hall last Monda der > purpose of nominating officers for W liam McKibben was the prit-

The? meeting of the Fortnightly
Book Rev-iew Club scheduled for
the homet of Mrs. Rose Lev~in was
held instead at the home of MIrs.

Charles Rosengarten when Mrs. A benefit bridge is scheduled for
Mil W i i d "S Mi- Wednesdaya y evening 8

chele." After the usual round table
disusion rfrushments w~ere

Final plans have~ ben madne by
Mr~s. Lena Simon and MIrs. Bert
Green, co~-hostesses, for the ':big"
cz>u o Emua ehpter. O. 1. S.
s-~alt carrd'll'tyOo,
last nurtbter of reservations have
been made a~nd sme of the most
beautirzful and \alualhe prizes ever

,"~'Y ,l~~) V~IL -
for the Junior Council of Jewkish
Women at the home of Miss Re- i
becca Seitlin, 311 N. E. Fourteenfh i
~t~reet. Full details will be an-i
nounced in an early issue. "
-t _
Mrr. Jacob Becker, a prominent
communal worker of Miami Beach
and former prs de ofr Bte a

week after a three months' ab-
sence spent in Toronto, Canada,
Sarat~oga Springs and Nlew York

o~nc~ us, sq 1 m ..

Th~~~hirt !one talstridg avw ~~cp
;n ~lay l~ast Suunday owning it
the Sin~chs Tr~iahi bride~u o Beth
11sl ;Ai d~U Asterhawl a the PTa
Alivr Mrs.~ L~~32-~ Godnand Mr 1
1 ons Raer. nteri~t iw atms
nh~ be~~ sta a number df zsets. ad I

Mm~p t3. f2tifa and tanter Lou~is
:UYsteI~t max companies by M'-s 8
,Linrws At~c the zobs<~ Mpi th

Readma,. afnd followed by the
reading of a number o~f her own.

Sprouk Raker at the pians Il*?
.T. Aptui. presidet of Tempc Is-
Outlook~ cd thC Sisterhood. and
Whati1? fis Xpecteds of Her ;,t :he

tfidHratiosn of Srsterhoods EFrgTil
a!! Sasterhood1~ membe'su to attend
;-h racularT aveklY4i relick3~ ens **
icesa. During the me~T-ing Mrs
JacA SbisCTrhood~ of Mas~mi Beack

si= ;it :A meeung.r A~nneakrnemen:

A completely finish-.

ofe prd ae bteen. donated by va- Cit ed service at nres
riou. me~trchants, and they- will b~ sonbl rae
g-wr or hgh scres.Refresh- ghn 326
mients~r we~iB be erved. mn h ebr facm
-t mittee~named by the Shenandoah NTOA
As a3irSsually large audieneElmtryShoPantTah LA NR SI C
fi~ped :he synayiogue of the~ Miami e soito ocl pnmvn um
Jewast~ Orthi~odo Congregatioi n last pitr prtrsi nedao
Sunday siEL asI the gruests of the
1.adies AuI=Sia;ryF O if the Corega-:
De-r~ a; its Simebas Torah party.i
Mr. San IknteSsass pres~ided as H((
f:s-2rs-kP~ He inro.~sducedl Rabbi seo
Lsar M. sprwh deliv-eredANWEAL
mssni-r~ hy rs. idf BUc~kstein. pres- INrSI~L1ftuarteric
?~~iden &- th Ladles' Abuxiliary: Mr. / 500 N.Po 2NAvtrEu IM lg
Nf~atha AdelJfmat~ pfesident of tne~A
asp~-eF ation: Mr, I~t Ptker. Mr.' jlNIDR DooR

CL. .lor.icsr f~radassak \::1 spons~r~ fi'i -s: metint bein$ behi 1ss:Web-
fi ph h-rge at ;he ncmr a Hes rz~i- resday with rs. Gawkil Lewi it
at bnr~irmng t 5 o'cloc*1kC, whenYL chrg A spendid aspr-smma
primst~ win~ be~Y Xi for hith~e~r talk se mad by PaN rmS Jaest
~srpesi and whohmct willk he H.Rp -tMthern- gi

A wry~ ordayahk~ hanquet was;0 -hjiSge was spemtn s: ~thte 3home hr
rrl\ve by\ r~z ~ljrthe ~ Edaean ns)~r trit Mrs~ 1. L. L~~Slalirx fro Br the ba-
te d~ the Wok`~mamb~ O5ir taso~ cfi EbC the~i iAnneCoil n& .w-
Suna,\ wic~ht at~ odd~ F~iE'*'s' hap i s~,h WomeLn. Da'*P.i~ the d'eO**nonx
infrma~ aaena 14\rlSf rMalfCi~fCSkl~se:rafeh were ser'ss and
thet ncew tearbe di tEk Yaddish pr~fises for highrf semPesf werep awi-
schak Mz..r.. 2. Lias M.t R. Stibe ed. ssist~in Mmr. Sely-marI~ dL
me haratrr djj-;nr the~b EB~~sneti~~oona basesss werte Mrs~. IrJahas Sunk o~~~ooo~
Camwattes.~~ paae sresm--sa, ~rm. UEtpEC2 Schwarrai and
Mar and i mmodaced 'tha vamae. #Mm `en Wan ~Fo
He. 14@> Raj~ ew.=em 4f ~th -*-

aptI: hec tatdt inw taddik to ar at r apla hral when~ R& for

goemsI walk a womer atB~r nebt. ireeas~iatl. Easarip Weamante-; Ires.
;IRtatLems Wel n~~was ameupa k 8 aer amal asrpranc, JeSuman~ Simms ~

IL ME. Drnch, isnrter Nathan
WFmobel: Mrs. Max Kupgafersteinn
ak~inner3 of thef Prrangements
rsummin-e: Mlr, Louise Beima~n and
RAN' Warmne Takig partn .n
'Zhe `resca~ proram~Ln were Cantor
Nathat Wrookei. Mr. Josephb Mual-
ler, Mrs. Barne Krafti., rcam-
pniedc by~ Ba -ness~ Le~opold at the
Fiano:~ Mr. Louis G~lickmanh and
~co-r~m Nathatr PiWrohelf in fol
i;aLs. ~it whatf all ;ioJned, T&~
gue-r sts wea sense aroNmd b~teauti-
hillyt deorze tablesn~ Lad rwirsyh b
g oodsesa-- & P I a mb. h JLI e k y e-
an-angr. Emen w~r~e~ Mrs. Maru-
beam. Ms~. J.T Li Sbhoebr.. Mrs.
NainDT. Mrs.frm A.~y ~ L Ma-

Isa Prael boarel of d~iretors~ i
raz s eant manyem decided to;
Ahe ZEldst hBa I the dissDZ i
tr an zbi~ons anrd sei~~eFia t
agaisaionsp a free d cbl~~~
mannE31 for jnit zur ser sep~ a a b

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delbaum; second prize by Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Gratz. In the fox trot
contest first prize was won by
Miss Edna Schoenfield and Milton
Klein; second prize was. won by
Jeanette Mohilner and Morris
Schemer. The organization will
sponsor another big affair shortly,
due notice of which will appear in
an early issue.

A very enjoyable affair was the
card party sponsored by the La-
dies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation lasi
Tuesday night in the vestry rooms
of the synagogue. Prizes for high
score were awarded at each indi-
vidual table. A cake donated by
Mrs. G. August was auctioned and
brought a tidy sum. Mrs. Joseph
Schoenfelhosat sehrs. G. August

An important meeting of the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation will
be held in the vestry rooms of the
synagogue next Tuesday evening,
October 13, when the report of the
nominating committee will be re-
ceived. Nominations may also be
made from the floor. All mem~rs
are urged to be on hand. A brief
social hour will follow the busi-
ness session.

Mrs. B. Kohi of Miami Beach
entertained last Wednesday at her
home in honor of her sister-in-law,
Mrs. M. P. Kohl of Cleveland, 0.,
who arrived here last Monday to
remain for almut a month. After
luncheon, bridge was played.
Prizes were won by Mrs. Barney
Weinkle, Mrs. Paul Silverman and
consolation prize by A. Kirscheit-
baum. Among the guests present
were Mrs. Alex Goldstemn, Mrs.
Harry Weinberg, Mrs. Bert 1.
Reisner, Mrs. 'Barney Wemnkle,
Mrs. Oscar Argintar, Mrs. Isidore
Fine and Mrs. J. Wolkowsky. A
beautiful guest prize was present-
ed to the guest of honor.

Miss Frances Kane, who was the
recipient of a University of Miami
scholarship from the Coral Gables
Lion Club, was honor guest last
Wednesday at the luncheon of the
cl a bhe nCl- n aloitel. Fran-
many programs being presented
by the various eivic clubs of the
district. She will present a Gypsy
dance and toe dance at` the meet-

bnomm rethFriday at ahe 111 is
ter Hotel. Saturday night she drill
do a solo number and take part ra
the chorus presentations at Car-
ter's Pier, Miami Beac .h

The Yiddish schule of the Work-
men's Circle meets daily at 3 p. m.
at thre Workmen's Circle hall, 701
N. W. Fifth avenue, with Mr. S.
Litt in charge. A thorough train-
ing in Yiddish, history, language,
etc., is given. Children may be
registered any day at the school.

As we are going to press ah
important meeting of Emuna
Chapter, O. E. S., is being held at
the Scottish Rite Temple. Follow-
ing the business session the hus-
bands, wives and friends of the

members have been invited to at-
tend a program and enjoy the re-
freshments which have been pre-

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Shall we not rather consider it as
: .:::: shamee and remorse to
Let us do justice to them. Let
us open to them the door of the
House of Commons. Let us open
to them every career in which
ability and energy can be dis-
played. Till we have done this, let
us not presume to say that there
is no genius among the country-
men of Isaiah, no heroism among
the descendants of the Maceabees.
-Lord Macaulay, 1833.

The more money you have the
easier it is to practice economy.

A poor baseball player and a
poor match are reasonably sure
to strike out at critical moments.

We Defy Our


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Frank J. Bruenr, nbted sports promoter and president-manager
of the Gables Racing Association, together with his wife and son
in front of their Miihmi Beach home.


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A surprise will be given to all
,mbers of the Junior Council gf
wish Women at its next meet-
Fon Tuesday evening at Kap-
Beth David Sisterhood will meet
2 p. m. next Wednesday, Octo-
,14, preceded by a board meet-
gin the form of a luncheon at
on at the Talmud Torah hall.
e, hostesses at the luncheon will
Mrs. B. Kandel and Mrs. J.
isEvelyn Cohen of Tupper
keJunction, N. Y., is a visitor
the home of her uncle and aunt,
and Mrs. Alex Miller of this
.She will remain here for the

r.and Mrs Aseph Mizrahi,
5N. W. Twenty-seventh street;,
ucethe birth of a daughter,
edy, Octo er .

rs. Max Shapiro, formerly
sLee Saiet of New York City,
eet bride, is being extensively
rtined by her many friends.

very interesting board meet-
of the Junior Chapter of Mi-
i Hadassah was held last Wed-
dy evening at the home of
Veeda Cromer, its president.
ogthe business transacted
a change in some of the events
the formal program of activi-
for the winter season. Fol-
igthe meeting next Monday
htat the home of Miss Farr, .
ch is the final summer session,
ormal opening of the winter
onand musical bridge will be
October 21i at t))e Columbus
l.Miss Lenda Weinkle is
imn of the committee in
reof arrangements. During
month of November a theatre
eft and dance will be given by
organization. On December
a pot luck supper and bridge
1be sponsored. A big event
be hed inJanury, nd a
lelben rhlininFebrur in addia
to the program previously
wished. March 17, St. Patrick's
will be celebrated with a
hand Kelly" dance. The
rleveht is still open. On May
soformale banq eth e in 1 l-
the winter season's activities.

r.Morris Pep~per and Mrs.
er Tarlin entertained last
sdy at the home of Mrs. Pep-
in honor of Mrs. Max Shapiro'
is Bettye Butterman of Pa;-
~ket, R. I., and Miss Louise
ech of Atlanta, Ga. The home
as beautifully decorated in a pink
t reen color scheme. After
Ich, bridge was played and
izes were given for high scores.
nong the guests present in addi- I
Sto the hostesses and the
ests of honor were: Mrs. Jack
~pUst, Mrs. Belle Wesson, Mrs. :
1x Pepper, Mrs. Fred Litch and
SS Dorothy Kaplan.
Ie Friendship League of Mi-
ii will hold an important meet.
a"t the home of Miss Beatrice
ver, 1914 S. W. Twenty-second
rPace, next Wednesday evening,
tober 14. All members and their I
ends are invited to attend. i

last Sunday's dance at the

A Z. A. (Junior B'nal B'rith)
sani ation, washone of the' et-
ected a great nqmber of Miaml's
ntger set and the a.illeedesbuts
1sed keen competition. In the
'It contest MifPrsht emP wPon
Beatrice" 8tiver Joe Man."


iday, Octo er; 9, 1981


!their natural philosophers, their
historians, and their poets.
What nation ever contended
more manfully against overwhelm-
ing odds for its independence and
religion ? What nation ever, in its
last agonies, gave such signal
proofs of what may be accom-
plished by a brave despair ? And
if, in the course of many centu-
ries, the oppressed descendants of
warriors and sages have degen-
erated from the qualities of their
fathers .. shall we consider this
as a matter of reproach to them?


In the infancy of civilization,
when our island was as savagec as
~New Guinea, when letters and arts
were still unknown to A~thens,
when scarcely a thatched hut stood
on what was afterwards the site
of Rome, this condemned people
Isad their fenced cities and cedar
palaces, t~~heir splendid Temple,
their fleets of merchant ships,
their schools of sacred learning,
their great statesmen and soldiers,



PrOminent Sportsman and Family


CarSOn Bradford and Joe Adams, Miamians


The U. S. District Court
]RETAINS Juris~diction for the Allotment of Proceeds
What does this mean to the Voters ? It means that they can be assured that every
move made at the West Flagler Kennel Club will be scrutinized in order that every
creditor may receive 100 cents on the dollar of the debt the KLennel Club owes.
Tlhe creditors of the West Flagler Kennel Club have only one way of getting
paid and that is for the track to operate. The only way the track can operate is by
the vote of you D~ade Countians, October 20th.
The Creditors now are the Owners. The Ul. S. District Court, through ~the Re-
ceiver, L. M. Gerstel, has jurisdiction. Carson Bradford and Joe Adams will operate
it, if Dade County votes Yes.
A vote for L. Mi. Gerstel, as Receiver, is a vote to pay 196 Dade County firms and
individuals many tens of thousands of dollars.

Vote X--Yes--L. M. Gerstel As Receiver
Watch daily papers for announcement of date of Free~ Barbecue at West Flagler
Kennel Club, where checks wpill be distributed to 196 D~ade Countians, creditors of
West Flagler Amusement Company.


Fridry, October 9,~l~ai
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Ph. In~. Mr +bd Ms g9
~2;, WE 1~ rs. Jack Sneider,
Mr. rf ~~~ alf, Mr and
Mrf Ls~ de~J' Mrs., A.
er 2.S~ M. and Mn~. M. TfEsler and
~m Harry Leibovitz. The next
e: ~-lr aZ1 b held n~ext Monday
.,p- a: 4 O clock~ i?; the Commu
He~ am. 414f Sevnth street.

91r 4r. Mr1~S. Gotldberg of 623
Gl"i~j Mr~ nura~ the
GAi-br-k br k i ntrt iSunday
ar II !rm dI~a ve~ry enjoya r

M4r. ard Mrs. MUrray m~lran
arA Harry Kiellman, companies
by- JJe Schebn~ick9, motored to Mi-
ami 2s Sunaday, where they spend
Mrr E ern and later as te
eer of Mr. and Mrs~. J. Louis


At Ida M., Fisher Hligh
By Ethel Mdintzer

There are quite a few Jqai
boys and girls enrolled in ta
journalism class of Ida M6. Fisbe
and who are on the school pa]
staff. These students are Soload
Horowaitz, advertising manager
Seymour London, business a
ger, and Edna Reiman, home rorl
Five Jewish boys have bed
playing on the Fisher foot
team. They- are Seymour Londal
Jack Nissenbram, Herbert Her
witz, Irvjing Bartz and Solow~
Horowitz. Solomen Horowli
earned a football letter last ye~
Sandy Bronstein, a Jewish boy,i
squad manager.

Irtt~r .

Eidb~ Alexandr 9. EffeM ~t
*~l MPrrkeQ a* Cong-W*L*.,
Beta E1~~. ses assa at es exes.

Be4~ El sadr its Siksteroo was
MMr lar.~ Tuesday evening ~s! im.
;rjr~an* mattrsa raffectin t wimeco
gr~'egation wreC~ ated~ wpJo.

Mr. +sRd Mrs. Jacki Fei have
returnede to the emy afte n ex-
.4i ~gp 7,,}
Mr. +An Mrs. Sam Shr have
lef tn for New Yok City on a rcoh-
biln rpsA buieres arplesr tri~f~~ap.
IThe religious ~Schoo of~ Congrei-
5Eraio~ aBe* Irrael me:~A laTf So.-
dpay mrninrp-g wri~h *h~ largs at-
*er~anc in its hisrory. Saines


~..-' Ir .i

Greyhound racing in
a plant which has re-
ceived the plaudits of
the entire country is

provided by the:Miami
Beach Kennel Club, op-
erating under the rules
of the International

Greyhound Racing As-

In preparing for a
winter season of clean,
honest greyhound rac-

ing that must benefit
you and all of Dade co-
unty we urge you to---

. M

.A.. ADE County Labor and

Dade County material dealers did

not have to await the outcome of

the October 20th Referendum to

enjoy the benefits of the Millon

Dollar Improvement Program at

Hialeah Park.

The Development has been car-
ried steadily forward for many
months in order to provide Am-
erica's Finest Racing Plant in time
for this Season's Racing.

Such a plant could not have been
created after October 20th.

Racing, of the calibre that will be

presented this season by th
Miami Jockey Club, could not
have been arranged between the
date of the Referendum and the
opening of the season.

WQAM 6:30 P. M. Every Monday, Wednesday, Friday

"The Call of the Thorobred"


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par 8e &r c~cr ~

;a~iL HZ7 SL-p es:e Be:A El

LZ am.l~. Af~mE. 'l

The- Ber El Hebrewrt Lneary
th- a: 3Lirhe CommrityHo.
Harry fijlit~-vr wsE eletmw rtres-
warrz and Joseph~ Schrebnickr am
*ary. Meetings~ will be hel~d esaes
fcr*M tr rj crr
M*.:j+.da nigh* be ban a ~series
o ~dif~ Cpa ks n tr~-Gnei All Jews
ovr~p~i St e e ojf 1~ ear eligible to
membershipp and weekly prjizes will:
e awar~ded fo~r sarndarnse. R-
f-hreshmen wre~ sErvd at the :
crizel-asio of th meetig. Among
:.bose rE~STent if" adit~iion to the
offieErs yand *hea rabiiL. were: Mr.

t-raut ar Hebprew Jew~s l5-
1LCJ JYji Larg p er
lash twremsearne. AspQI~L ~ amuembay

scises se eks.. arh-~4t


ctvfrE byF Mrs.E L M. Pae am B

fere be ~sPCoca hon A estat re

ed tor tied city afterL so sheas

sli me asu Tora sdervices a~t Cos-

greg~atio Bet Ell wre in charge ~
of ~abI~ .Hc~dd Kleife, wh pcke
bY~trief-. Thei Childflre oQf teg He-
bjcre anrd .Sundary school tosk

ibrtt. There are three Jewish ghirl
the senior graduating class of 14r
Hilkandmea ateforiddn M.31 Sisher High Scq~~~hool Th
Milk atnd megt are obddnt Harriet Kantor, Harriet Kahn
be eten ogeter.Ethel M~intzer.
The man who s~laughters the an- Ethel Mintzer, a senior at 14
imals according to the Jewish law M. Fisher High School, has lea
is called a "Shochet." chosen editor-in-chief of the bigi
school paper, "The Beach Breede
RomansE d'Advertune were sto- ;Miss MIintzer is also president a

rand MUrs Ben Wax.I Frank Klein- r es not recorded in history, but the 4-H Club, from which she a
feld. Harold Wof, Mr. arA Mrs. just happened in a haphazard a scholarship to Tallahassee la
M1. A. Dubbin, Mrs M. Schrbuick, manner. yJear.




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