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TO CIRCLE GLOBE
isflphlane bringthe twerwesq
gand manned by Jewish avia-
rs isihe eatesthproject thatowUI
tcularly the Jews.
Dr. E. J. Goldberg and Dr. A.
putsch, both originally f bRus-
asd grdae ofSron
ivrsity of Paris, France, and
eidelberg University in Ger-
ny, arrived in Miami last week
Sthe interest of the first Jewish
flight around the world. Both
youngg men of splendid attain-
ensand are physicians. Dr.
eushlived in Palestine for a
mber of years. Ardent Zionista
ey conceived the idea of bring-
gthe Zionist movement vividly
the front by a flight around the
ord in an attempt to beat the
crd recently established by Post
idGatty. They began a course
study in aeronautics and are
he movement has received the
dorsement of the Zionist Organ-
ston of America and of Dr. Ste-
enS. Wise of New York. To
liy for a commercial pilots
ense it became necessary for
emto fly a certain number of
usin an American port. 'Be-
seof the winter season they
continue their flying in 1 1-
Telocal ZioniSt orsanizatiua
been asked to inter at them-
Ives in this novel attempt sand
ssr~s. Harry Simonhoff and Har-
1. Lipton will be in charge of
local arrangements forgethe
During their stay here they will
dssa number of organizations
igarding the proposed flight and
Sits importance to the Zionist
Price: Five Cents
IS LtAUNCHED BY
OWVN ? IIIMrs. A. H. Vixman, national.
membership' chairman of Hadas-
been justly pioud ofc sah, the Women's Zionist Organi-
has at tche same time sr( ation of America, is now conduct-
ing a membership campaign
throughout the United States in
to close its doors. each of the 254 cities where there
YOURS! is a Hadassah chapter. Great in-
terest is being shown in this cam-
the past years con- paign, which will culminate in
Hadassah Sabbath on November 7.
Rabbis are being asked to devote
of the unfortunate some part of their services on that
day to telling their congregations
of the work being done by Hadas-
sah in Palestine,
;he Ladies' Auxiliary
Hadassah, which has a member-
ngly small---only sevr- ship of 50,000 American Jewish
ive cents a month for women, maintains a complete syz-
tem of preventive and curative
health work in Palestine. This
work has been recognized by the
League of Nations as being re-
sponsible for lowering the death
rate of mothers in child birth to
the lowest in the world, 2.17 per
SISTERHOOD WILL thousand. It has also reduced the
infant mortality rate from 131.3
CONTINUE WORKI per thousand in 1925 to 60 in 1980*
The plans for continuing Hadas-
At a meeting of the Sisterhood sah's work this year are to be
of Chesed Shel Emes held last thoroughly discussed at its con-
Wednesday it was unanimously~ vention which will be held in At-.
decided to continue the store at lactic City, N. J., November 9, 10
402 N. W. Second avenue and to and 11.
WELFARE BUREAU I1 noneet
BEGINS CAMPAIGN nnuceenS
MIA~MI JEWISH ORTHODOX
1545 3. W. Third Street
ISAAC M. WAPNER, Rabbi
The usual early Friday evening
services will begin at 5:45 o'clock*
with the late services at 8, when
Rabbi Isaac M. Wapner will presen
on the portion of the week. The
usual congregational singing will
Saturday services begin at 9 a.
m. and afternoon services at 5:45.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
137 N. E. Nineteenth Street
DR. JACOB H. K(APLAN, Rabb~i
Sabbath services Friday evening
at 8:15. Dr. Kaplan will speak on
the subject, "That's What They
A mass meeting of the Greater
Miami Jewish Cemetery Associat-
tion will be held on Sunday eve-
ning, November 8, at the Beth
David Talmud Torah hall, begin-
ning at 8 o'clock. At this meeting
an account of the activities of the
organization will be given and ad-
dresses by the rabbis of Miami
urged to attend hs mermtin a
cause of the importance of recent
developments in connection with
the cemetery of the association at
Will Nominate Officers
A special meeting of the entire
membership of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation has been
called for next Thursday, October
28, at 8 p. m., at the synagogu-l,
for the nomination of officers for
the coming year. All members are
urged to attend promptly. Other
important business will be trans-
Daily versus W~eekly
Dade county is to be congrat-
ulated upon the results of last
Tuesday's election. We are to
have racing and will afford ev-
eryone the opportunity of mak-
ing good teir promises. We are
.to give employment to the needy
and the hungry and to give pros-
perity the opportunity to return.
One thing, however, stands
out above all else. The two daily
newspapers of Miami, with the
large circulation that each pos-
sesses,dsplendidly o ied as they
than one horse track and two
dog tracks. The majorityt of the
wfeekly apr ad octed all i
'tracks.pprs oc i
Evdnl the voters at Dade
SHALL WE FAIL OUR
rpyroughout the ages, the Jewish people have
the ~fact that it has provided for its own needy, and
helped the needy stranger.
Today ..The Jewish Welfare Bureau is about
Not through any fault of its own, but through
D expression has caused many families, who in
tribute to charity, now to beg for charity.
A bit of bread and a place to sleep is the cry
babies, children and women.
Are you going to fail them ?
Join the Jewish Welfare Bureau now. Join t
.f the ewish Welfare Bureau. The cost is exceedil
enty-five cents a month for the Bureau and twenty-fj
Will y fail th 9
Under the direction of Mr. Lou'is
I R. Roth, who is chairman, a mem-
bership campaign has been inaug-
urated for the purpose of securing j
members for the Jewish Welfare
.Bureau. Membership is nine dol-
lars per year and may be paid a, j
the rate of seventy-five cents per
month. Beginning next Mionday,
a house-to-house canvass of the
entire city will be made and every
Jew and Jewess will be asked to
Faced by the alternative of pro-
viding funds for the immediate
relief of needy Jewish men, wo-
men and children, the bureau will
have to receive the support of the
entire Greater Miami Jewry or
close its doors, was a statement
issued by the officers this week.
urge the Jewish public to give
bundles of old clothes? The funds
raised by -the sale of the clothes
are used tco pajl the costs of burial
for those unable to pay. Quite a
number of calls have been made
on the organization during the
past several months which it has
If you will phone 2-7337, or call
Mrs. Schwartz, Mrs. Louis Wein-
kle or Mrs. R. Yunes, a call will
be made for whatever bundles you
may want to contribute. The store
will remain open on Mondays
Wednesday and Thursdays all
danand Saturday night after su*,-
Bureau To Form
Because of the urgency of the
situation facing the Jewish Wel-
fare Bureau, it was decided to
form a ladies auxiliary which will
aid in the work of the organizl-
tion. An effort will be made to
have every woman in Miami join
the organization. Membership is to
be only three dollars per year. The
first organization meeting will be
held next Tu esda y e venin g, Octo -
ber 27, at Burdine's roof, begin-
ning at 2:30. Every Jewish wo-
man is urged to attend.
FBRIOUS CRnter Dies
At Baltimore Home
George Castelle, cantor of Mad-
ison Avenue Temple in Baltimore,
Md., died last Saturday. He had
been cantor of the congregation
for the past twenty years and was
famous throughout the musical
circles in this country and partic-
ularly in Reform Temple musical
He was in charge of the Meyer-
beer Singing Society and did a
great deal of work for the Jewish
Educational Alliance, the Young
t o su Hb wi Rss~ociation and
~I.V Il~~~ Ryers Infant Dies Call Religion." Everybody is wel-
The Vaad Hakashruth of Miami From Toxic Poisoning come. The Bible class meets on
3a~ el eealmeinsr-Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock
ntly to form plans for the in- Ali igMes h lvnin the rabbi's study. Philosophic
ring to the! residents and tour- months' old son of Mr. and Mrs. Club meets Wednesday evening at
ts of Miami Beach certainty in Stanley C. Myers, well known 83 ntetml.
Isher products. Among the plans communal workers of Miami, died CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
opted is a system whereby all suddenly at Jackson Memorial (Conservative)
uats and poultry will be handled) Hospital last Tuesday morning as 139 N. W. Third Avenue
r~c~tly through the committee for the result of toxic poisoning. S. M. MACHTEI, Rabbi
e various butchers. This will! Funeral services were held Tuea- Rabbi S. M. Machtei will offici-
event any non-kosher meats day afternoon at Combs Funer~al ate at the 8 o'clock service to-
)n being sold as kosher meat. Home by Rabbi S. M. Machtei If night. A prominent lay speaker
herl plans will be announced Beth David and interment was :n will deliver a brief address. Cal-
Drtly- the Beth David section of the city tor Louis Hayman will chant the
------cemeter y. A lar ge number of r~itua 1. A social hour will follo .
minister To Occupy friends of the family attended the Every one is welcome.
TOeiple 187ae O ulpit services in the chapel and at the Tomorrow morning the services
graveside, will begin at 8:30. Sunday school
Dur~ing the absence of Rabbi Dr. classes will be held at 10 a. m. on
cob H. Kaplan on November r;, Rabbi Blames ChurcheS Sunday. The adult Bible class will
v. Dn Hnshw oftheFirt Fr Crme R~rSSOmeet at 10:45 a. m. Sunday in the
VDo Hnha Cf lh iu o CieIee synagogue.
i~~DLVano cIlTI ur h f or
Cables will occupy the pulpit of
taple Israel and will preach the
Dr. Kaplan will address the
cksonville congregation in the
terest of the Union of American
0cutlive B0ard To 1S1eet
An important meeting of the
ecutive board of the 'Grejrter
a8mi Jewish Coas~tery ,Asagele-
'nilvill be held inet -We60sday
Rabbi Edward Israel, chairman
of the National Hebrew Welfare
Council, in a speech before that
body in Baltilpore Tuesday, charf-
ed that churches not only have
failed to prevent spread of crime,
but are partly responsible for its
"One aeof the significant contri-
butions of the religious groups to
the growth of crime is evidenced
ia tIb manner in which they have
(orped ,ethfel individual problem
into b kgairl realm where they do
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
311 Washington Avenue
L. AXELROD, Rabbi
The usual Friday evening serv-
ices will be conducted at 6 o'clock
with the late services following
at 8:15, when Rabbi Axelrod will
preach the sermon on "Sabbath
MelqdieS," .C~antor. Boriar .Schlach,-
II n char~it the services and
lekBi the con'igregational singing,
Satu41rlltdo I 6.ekh R el
MORE THAN TWICE AS MUCH LOCAL JEWISH NEWS AS ANY OTHER PAPER
presiding. At hids meeting 4
year book wRas distribue Afts
the business session, Mrs. Leoa
Moss, chairman of the enlt~
committee, presented a very
teresting program. A paper
"Falashas" was read by d
Moss, followed by' two violin solp
by Reuben Segal. A play reada
"The Fate of Their Fathers," n
givtn by Mrs. Israel K~~aplan, 4
of Rabbi Israel Kaplan. A sci
ber of guet tteded and enjoy- JACKSON LLE NEWS
ed the festivities. Th fosrmal pri-
gpram inc~nded an address by )(rs. htes o Isel
Jasper Cromer. an address by rbe The Senior Daughtr o sal
gues speaker. Mrs. Lo~is Dobrin; oIf rthe Jackso~nville Jewfish Center
vioin selections by Janez t s~rr. held its opetning meeting Wednes-
accompanied by- Ros Adam Bu:- day.. OctoberT 14. Reports of the
gless: a rrocal so(l-e by- Ros Mar.. vario~us committee were present-
Gerso accmpaned b 31idre d andc rthe president, Mirs. Sager,
GreenbergF at the~i piati and a:; expre-i'ed hopecs that all would col-
ad~d~-S r:s by rs Frieda LuJrzky\. Oprae 0 ake this y-ear a most
Bride pr ze= for his coeswe ceess~ful one. The organization
wonC by Georg~eia Rots .* will hold an~o-m~ A1rmistice danceon
Klin M~~~rs.B frytr Oliphant. Ro e oebr1incjutonwt
Ad~ams~ BacEtSC. Eleanorr sheld .n.
Lou-if Schwna-rz. Be;-erly Thalc.
Dora Wei~gams. rs. Rlalp r
Sh'refffer, S-a~ra Gr~er.Emer a ~
were seneT~fd bu'fif: -=2:let. A~crTL'g
as~ hosEfErsses- forT the ev-en~ra g were
z~:f offierrs the, MissI Len 11E~in-
kilr. ehairmansr. and the MlissE
JunIor Hadassat~ will be~t held next
Monday nleght. Ocritbe~r 26. at thE
Y-estry- man of the Miaomi Jew-ish
Orthodox Congregatior. 155J~ S.
W'. Third stree. w-hen the princ~i-
pal speaker wiil be M1iss~ Mary- B.
MIeritt. dean of girls- at the Uni.
ve~rsity of Miamri. A social hour
will follow. All are urged to at-
Lan- Tuesday~~ afternoorL Mrs.
Bam~r; Weinhkl of 302 Euclid are
m.rrr 3Eanc Beack .TrpE teta `ined
oring Mlrs. )1[. P. K~ohl of Clevee iE
land- OEi:.. who is the house~ gues:
of M1r. anjd Mrs. Benjamir Koh'.
}L P. KohLr, Mfrr B. IL K5:,E. 3ts.
Crlrr We~irkle. Mt,,rr. B. WeIberg.
Mrs. Fark Com:- Mr. S. Cber.
Mrs. Zamuerl Dreises. MrS. Per-r
Blak Mrs. L Swartz.Mr.L He.
Weake.ri c Mrs. Sol Ro~ifoJr, M~lrs J.
Walk:-:wsk ad Mrs SoC! WFeinkle_
The guan~" Of honor waS presented f
Ithe Junior Corune of Jewish WoC-
men wasZ pCfOltposed fro~m las.
net;1 Tues~day night. October ?;,
at -th hOme of M~iss Sylvria DrEi-
iten. 82 S. W., Fou3~rth steet
rate to reprsen a tropial se-
'Lng. Powed palms. car flore 5
an plants of re and ye~ow hom
preomsicated in the dSco-rattions.
weref Mrr. Max HorffLman and Mrs.
Mftax PeFpper. P~rize were won by
M8isr Be~ryF B=merma~n. Mrs. Myer
Teli~ in ~andE Mrs Mn-i Pepper. At
a Ita-e hour a f-rozer fai~r cour
aSiL sErreiO Amo~sng ~e gests f~
p-~res aiere Mr. anc Mrs-. Mcrrli
-pire Djr. and _Mrs. Maxl Pepper,
M~r. and Mfrs. M. Pepper. AL. and
Mrr. Myefr Tarit. Mr. and Mrs.
Sol ERofort. Miss Be~ry Butt~r-
Ruabinstein. Mrs. Syrdney Pepper.
Mrs. F. L,-iche~e n6.Mr. A Pep-
pe~r anLd Mr. anid Mrs-. Max Hoff-
p~reserv to me~ gest-Z of honr. D
the, Junior Daughters of L'e T mrig fMs
$Its. H. Bloo~m was appointed Hammerman, daughter of Mr.
cha~irmap of the dance committee. Mrs. E. Hammerman, and A
At the conclusion of the meeting Sirkin, son of Mr. an~d Mrs.
a~ de ici..'us ice .ourSe' was ser'ed'.j Sirkin of New York, wasbe
fully- solemnized at the bi
The Junior D~aughter~s of Israeli home Sunday evening, October
~eld che~ir first meetings of the sea-5 by Rabbi Aflexander S. W
,, t-jh Mfiss Esther Bandrime~r .11iss Esther Hammerman, i
,jlnc Business of much im- of the bride, was maid-of-
po:,.lrtance w~as discussed. Miss h os- and Sam Hammerman best o
alie Rubin was appointed le air- The bride was given inmarn
mtan: of a committee to selc ta by her brother and sister-in-a
p~roper play- during the month of Mr. and Mirs. M. Hmen
Detcember. Prs iS erSpr ie se'^Z,~lexrander Wiesel sang
of the senior organize io, alos* companies by Miss Rebeeca Moc
spoke briefly. The meeting clsi So kovitz. The J~acksonville Jewish
"gih a musical skit by I iss al- i nter orchestra furnished theac.
phite Kramer and severa music lsic for the wedding ceremony,
selections by- the Center ore es- which was followed by a dinner,
tra. M Sr. and Mrs. Sirkin will rmah
ht heir home in New York.
On r-~faa ~-nirg. eu~~tr Mdrs A. L. Kante left last week; tend.
On Wed~ Jnesda evening. Octoer ~for a visit to Sav-annah and New -*-
28.otheJuni Concilfy ork City. She is expected to re.- The first meeting -of the fall sea-
`T~~fl ail sosstr he rrs turnr about th~e middle of nex t on of the Semior Council of Jes-
a se~ries of benefit bridges at th ot.ihWmnwilb eda aln
home of Miss Rebeacs Seitln, 31L1 i
,t, Hall next W'ednesday? afternoon,
N. E. Fourteent s~treet. Prizes .
willbe ive fo hig scresand Thne first B'nai B'rith lunchn October 28, at 2:10 o clock, wHith a
retfr~eshments will be se~red. Ad of the season was-8 held WFednesdayr board meeting preceding the reg-
misson kll b oni thity-fve oon at the Pal~iatial Kosher ReL- ular meeting, beginning at 1:15.
cents. Contrae: wrdg ill be ara~nmt. Matters of importance Mrsi. IRwis Brown. chairman of
taught at this event.i This is the to the organizaton were dixscusse the hoscpitality- committee, w-ill ~e
firs ofthebrige cntets o d- Te next lun~chon will be held in charge of the social hour that
temsine the champions~ of tht~e Wedneday noon at the same place. will follow the business meeting.
ecnne~l. The wFinners of this con- TIhe public is invited to attend. _+
-te wiiU be eligible to compete in -*- Mr. Jack~ Lewfis of Baltimore and
the next bridg. fThe public is in.1 The card partyF scheduled for MIiami Beach left last week for
vlitd. larS Tuesday- evening by Beth D~a. his home in Baltimore because of
-+- vrid Sisterhood will be held next the serious illness of his mother.
Mrs. Carl W'enlc~ei of 1408 Penn. Sunnday ev-ening, October 25. at the He is expected to return shortly.
rslvania avenue, Miami Beach, en. Talmud Torah auditorium at eight -*-
terained IL gJast frda withf a bridge o'clock. Mrs. A. Orovitz is chair. Mr aeWrer soitd
party honoring Mrs. M. P. Kohl man of the affair and she wFill be with Philip Romer for the past
of Cleveand, Ohio. Prize winners assisted by Mesdamese S. J. Spee- Iseveral y~ears. returned to. Miami
were Mrs. B. IL KohL Mrs. Lou-is tor, J. Kiatz B. Kiandel. J. Engler lasEt weekL after an absence of sevy
Hieiman and cont~soaon prize to and 1sidor Coihen. Prizes will be leral months in the north.
Mrs. M., Sto~ne. Othe~r guests ;at- giv-en for high score and refresh- -*I--
A very successful meeting was
Held by the Junior Hadassah unit Misg Sarah Leiberman, daugh.
Sat a ~bon voyage party, when its ter of Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Leiber,
newly elected officers were in- man, whose marriage to Mr. Jac
s talled. The idea of a long sea Bloom will take place next month
v.oyage was carried throughout., is being entertained by her mayl
The Jewish Center auditorium was friends and relatives.
decorated as a ship's deck and all!
;guestsf entered by the way of a Several entertainments are nowi
gangplank. As the last guest ar- being tendered by the may
rived a fog horn was blown arld f friends and relatives to Miss le-1
the ship started on its way. Din-l becea Mlizrabi, daughter of Ik.
ner was served and during its and Mrs. S. Mizrabi, whose mar-
course the incoming officers were riage to Mr. N~athan Mizrahi i
flormally installed by Mrs. Sam take place October 25. Miss i-
\\els,c president of Senior Hadai- hi is a active member in the J
sah. The program of the eveninRi ior Hadassah. The marriage i
included: Welcome address, Rose- take place in the Jewish etr
ilie:" Rubin, retiring president; followed by a dinner at themi
blessing, Rabbi Alexander S. Wie- dence of the bride.
sel; installation of officers by
M ~rs. Sam Wiess as follows: Evatl The Jewish Center was th
Berman, npnresidnt; Mlinnie Slott, scene of the marriage crmu
jVice president; Sue F. Balter, re- and buffet supper of MissId
cording secretary; Bea Simon, Safer, daughter of Mr. and Ms/
jcorresponding secretary; M~amie B. Safer, to Louis Goldberg, no
Davidson, treasurer. Presentation of MIr. and Mrs. S. Goldberg. Thi
of g~avel by Rosalie Rubin to Eva ceremony was solemnized by I1s
Berman; instrumental playing, bi A. S. WIiesel inthe presenceofl
S~ophie Kramer, accompanied biy relatives and friends of the young
Celia Kiline; favorite jokes of fam- couple. The bride was given la
ous people, Mamie Davidson;: marriage by her parents aid
"Ha~pp Days and Lonely Nights,"' brother-in-law and sister, Mr. idl
Edythe Berman; one-act play Mirs. I. Safer Ethel Safer, asic
reading, "'The Nio Count Boys,'' ter of the bride, was maid-of-hon-
!Fannie Hor~owitz; quartet, "Lilac or, and Mr. Goldberg's best miE
:Timec, Fay\ Jacobs, Ctelia Kline, was Samuel Wolfson. Mr. aid~
Bea Sim~on and M~ollie Mlizrabi. Mlrs. Goldberg left for a wKedding
SMiss Naomi Becker, chairman of ti ntenrhadwl a
ithe Jewish NationalI Funrd, an- their home in Jacksonville on thdr
;nouncted that collec~tions fromt the rtr
J. N. F. boxes will be made dur-j eun
ing his onth Il investigate the one who beb
a gar~ment but not the one zy~
The Senior HadaPsah Chapter begs for food.
ments will be served. The public Mlr. and M1rs. Larry- Fay- re-
Is invited to attend. Prc~eedsp wfll turned to the crity Thursday morn.
be ued towfards the maintenance ing. Mirs. Fay 4isited relatives in
of the Be~th; David Talmud Torrah. N ew- York Cityv for the past file
tending were Mrs. M. Wesson, f
Mrs~ iL Weinberg, M1rs. Sol Luztz
kyr. Mrsr. Gertie Levin Mrs. Ba -
r~ev- Weinkle. Mrs. So-l Rodfort.
Mrs. L W-einkle. M5rs. M1ax Pep-
arr. and Mlrs. Mlax Jacobskind
are being congratulated upon tht
birth of a daughter at V'ictoria
Hospital last Thursda?-. Mlothir
and baby are doing nicel-.
M1r. and M1rs. Jesse WIeiss are
being congratulated upon the
birth of a daughter last Saturday
at V'ictorria Hospital. Mother and
baby- are doing nicel-.
M~rs. Sam Cohen is convalescing
at \ictoria Hospital from a recent
per nd rs.Sol einle.The The opening meeting of the
guaest of honor was prPesented with w~inter season for the Senior Chap
a gift. rrr of Hadassahi will be held next
-*- Mon~day-. October 2. at the Miiami i
Ai regular meeting of the Juzn- Colonal Hotel, beginning at 2:30
brl Council of JewiSth W-omen will p. m. Durringe the afternoon a one
bie hld Tuesday- e;-ening. Novem- _:plaj-. "The Pioneers," will be
her 3. at Kiaplan Hall. All mem- pesntec-d by Ifiedames Albert E.
hjers are ulerge toi attend as im- Rosenthal. Hfaurry Weinberg and
po~rtanI tbusies~se will be trarns- Harry~ Kirzin. Refreshments wU ll
acted. A soc-ial houJtr will folfolow be erd and ery~ splendid musi-
the buspiness meeting. ca-l entertainment wnill be pro.
-*- sentied. Mrs. Alex Goldstein,
The Fortnightly Bookji Review chairman of thne J. N. F. boxes,
Clulb met last Tuesday night at requests that all boxes be trnsd
af no the
Sof Mrs. A. E. Rosenthal T in at this meeting. ~operation.
e 1fi T rtp Ab ca" Rmi The food s~ of Senior H~adas-i Mr. and Mlrs. J. L. Ka~uffman
Mrs. Sam W'iessL Thi s sah wfill be held on Nov-ember 25 announce the engagement of their
concluded at the next and all members and friends are daughter, Sophie Gordon, to Mir.
of the club on Tuesday, urged to keep this date open. Full Benjamin Weinstock, the event
Ir 3, at the home of Mrs~. tails will be given in an early to take place on next Sunday, Oc-
Weinberg, 818 Jefferson issue. tober 25.
Miami Beach. A socialj -*-
lowA-*- n empl Israel will obsenrve an- MKEA URIUEC.
Farry Orina, who is visit- v-ember 29. wIfhen Rabbi Jacob H., "Where Year Dollar Does Its Duty,,
nds and relatives in At- Kaplan will be in Pensaeola, Fla, Pianos, Radios, New and Used
expected to return to thre to attend the dedication of a new
temple there. All past presidents
of the Sisterhood will take part in
the program. Mr. Henry D). W~il_-
liams will read the Kaddisk
The formal opening of the sea-
son for the activities of the Jm"-
ior Chapter of Hadsonah was held
st the Columbus Hotel last Wed- ~
nesday night in the form of a ma-
icty~ the latter part of next week.
Mrfs. Rose Levin is in New York
City for an extended stay.
Miiss D~orothy Kaplan entertain-
ed last Tuesday night at a bridge
in the hoene of her onyle and sen~lt,
xd,. .an wdr.. xfax ofirfman, bon-
oring Mrs. MorrZi Atkins, the foH-
531-589 NI. W. 3rd Ave. Ph. 3-1524
** e. *
anaerPit Edasrc Baans aecent bride~jsicle-bridge. Quite a large nam.
Fridsy, qct~ber 23119~
403 N. E. SECOND AVENUE
FOntierly the G. & R. Restaurant
FAMOUS FOR ITS
STRICTLY KOSHER COOKING
and Une xcelled Cuisine
Will Again Reopen for the Seaseol
BegiRning at 12 Noon
F'ra day, October 30th
A Special Supper Will Be ate l
4 P. DI. Featrig Gffilte ?$811 881 aere
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RF IH I TE Sh
By~ Ethel Mintzer
You know the weather has been
bad all week, so I don't know how
much I'll catch. But let's see.
You know how' it's been raining
and so f orth, so I'll probably be
out of--. Oh, boy, I can feel that
on pull; it must be some size
Oh-h-h, it has a tag on it. Let's
.see what it says. "Honor Roll."
Oh, it's come to light. You see
report cards came in last week, so
Naturally there's an honor roll.
Oh, I spy six Jewish names. Let's
see, there's Eleanor Barrack, Mar-
tha Neham, Grace Barrack, An-
nette Wechsler, Herbert Horowitz
and Charlotte Besvinick. I bet
this list increases next time.
Oh, here's the largest fish yet.
The Spanish department is pu,-
ting out a paper written entirely
in Spanish. I hope they're sue-
I haven't caught -a fish in two
hours. If I don't get one soon I'll
-oh, here it is: The dramatic
club is presenting a play, "To the
Play," tonight, and I see Seymour
London is toastmaster at a ban-
quet and Irving Bartz is some big
Oh-h-h-h, i've run out of, bait;
what shall I do with all those large
fish waiting (about two inches
long) to be caught ? Well, you
can't catch fish without bait, so
adios till next week.
One way or another taxpayers
will get relief. The most hopeful
news comes from a Massachusetts
town, where the collector can't
send out the tax notifications, be-
cause he lacks money from earlier
collections to pay the postage.
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Kaplan will greet the guests as
the "jistehd. Mr. Ben at
wl bee ino charged is arrn 1 nt
admissions for seventy-five cents.
There will be free dancing and a
very enjoyable evening will be
Rev. and Mrs. A. Golden and
family have returned to Miami af-
ter an absence of several months
in the north.
(Doings At Miami High)
After having been picked apart
by one-half of the females and
threk-quarters of the male popu-
lation in the school, assisted by
their parents, uncles, grannies and
what-you-wills in no less than
five and six-eighths different lan-
g~uages, (incidentally sixeighthns
for the languages learned and five
in those unlearned) .I have finally
decided to let the same alone for
a week at least. After all, time is
supposed to cure all worries and
the likes ( ?) .
In a few spare moments of my
lunch period, I attempted to fiwl
out some ways in which the Jew-
ish students spent their non-school
I was greatly surprised, in
truth, almost amazed, to know
that some of my good friends
(never mind names) actually look-
ed forward to moments on quiet
week-ends when they can study
(what a surprise!)' I did, how-
ever, find a few who were not in-
clined in that direction.
Rose Cromer, a popular member
of the Jewish set', seems to enjoy
par~faiting (an occupation or job
done by girls on Saturday after-
noons--any drug store or soda
fountain will do).
Charlotte Rappaport almost goes
into two handsprings any time
dancing is mentioned. I wouldn't
like to be around if she were pre-
sented with a dance floor!
Harriet Damenstein can think
of nothing better than a good thick
book on a rainy afternoon. (I
wonder how she spends the sunny
Jeanette Seligman takes a great
deal of pleasure in collecting
great men's signatures. (Here's
a chance for sorihe boys to try
some of their good -old handwrit-
Rose Farkas is inteersted in
tennis. (I'll bet she never tried
looking for lost balls on a frosty
morning, especially when they
were all she had.)
Ah! I've discovered soine girl
interested in the romantic side-
Anita Bernstein's greatest joy is
sitting in the movies looking into
the eyes of her favorite star.
Janice Brill says, "LReading',
eating and movies for me." Not
such a bad variety ?
Well, all I ask is a nice or rath-
er "swiffy"football game, a great
field runner (no hero worship),
cheer leaders resounding "Beat
Jackson, Stingarees" and another
such victory as last Saturday.
ill Nort esrt Nnt~h Street
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At the reception given by Mr.
ndMrs. ~Charles Goldstemn of 1540
. oW. 'Seventh street, Sunday
iht, honoring Mr. and Mrs. E.
dax Goldstein, their son and
aughter-in-law, who were~ mar-
ied August 9 at the Pentland Ho-
el, Grand Rapids,111Vic ri several
undr~ed guests cale duig te
wening. Assisting mn receiving
with Mr. and Mrs. C~harles Gold-
tin and the honored guests were
I,,r. Abe Aronovitz, sister of M.
R. ax Goldstein, and Mrs. Lewis
BrownI and Mrs. H. H. Farr.
The refreshments were laid on
an oblong lace-covered table with
loral centerpiece of pink and
white roses with pink lighted cal-
dls tied with tulle bows created
aver~y effective picture. The re-
freshments were carried out in the
color scheme of pink and white.
The home was effectively deco-
rated with a profusion of summer
cut flowers and potted ferns.
Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz and Miss
Regr~il Goldstein assisted 'the
gucst in serving in' the dining
I'room~. Those in the receiving line
wor~e corsages of pink and white
lu rs. Charles Goldstein wore a
beige~~ Alencon lace dress and Mrs.
E. Max Goldstein wore a silhou-
cone~ model of green lace and chif-
Mrsl. E. Max Goldstein is the
poplularl and attractive daughter
of1 ~10 and Mrs. Daniel Goldber-
gerl o~f Flint, Mich., and will be
rememberl~eed as Miss Laura Gold-
h~~erge. She attended Rockford
Collegerc and the University of
Chicago and is at present a law
student at the University of Mi-
RIr. E3. Max Goldstein is a young
attorney of Miami, a graduate of
the ~University of Florida and is
at present assistant football coach
of the University of Miami. He
is well known throughout the state
anld is a member of the Phi Beia
One of the most elaborate card
parties of the season will be that
sponsored by Loyalty Club, an
auxil ar of Emunah Chapter, O.
E. -s., next Wednesday evening,
October 28, at 8 o'clock at the Al-
cazar Hotel. Very valuable prizes
will be given for high scores and
refrcshm~ents will be served. Those
dcsir~ing to attend what is certain
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lic is cordially invited to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Rose and fam-
ily have returned to their Miami
Beac~h home .after spending the
rumm~er in Syracuse, N. Y.
The Yeddedem Club will cele-
brate itis second birthday Sunday
November 1, with a banquet an
HWallowe'en ball at Kaplan Hall
Elaborate plans have been made
for this ball and prizes will be
given for best costumes.
More than forty friends 'were
the guests last Thursday evening
of M liss Ida Merlin at a party g~-
rtn by her in celebration of her
sister Sarah's sixteenth: birthday.
Dancing and games were enjoyed
and during the evening a buffet
luncheon was served. The home
was beautifully decorated with c~t
flowers and streamers of ribbons
in a pink and white color scheme.
The guest of honor was the re-
cipient of many beautiful gifts.
Assisting the hostess in entertain-
ing was Miss Gertrude Rappaport,.
Elaborate arrangements are be-
ing made for the celebration of
the first anniversary of the La-
dies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation on Sun-
cay evening, November 1, in the
vestry rooms of the synagogue. A
supper will be served to which ad-
mission is only seventy-five cents*
Entertainment will be provided
and following the supper bridge
will be played and prizes given
for high scores. The public is in-
vited to attend and reservations
may be made by calling Mrs.
Charles Tannenbaum at 2-7059.
A regular meeting of the La-
dies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation will be
held next Tuesday evening, Octo-
Sber 27, at 8 o'clock, in the vestry
rooms of the synagogue. All mem-
brsm ar urgeidm rt t obnushand
will be transacted.
Rabbi S. M. Machtei of Beth
David Congregation is now in his
new home, 527 S. W. Fifth street.
A very enjoyable card party
was sponsored by the Ladies' Aux-
iliary of the Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation last Tuesday
night at the synagogue. Prizes for
high score were won by Mrs. J. L.
Shochet, Mrs. Charles Feldman
and Mrs. Max Kupferstein. A
beautiful glass water set was
awarded to Mrs. R. Beck. Hos-
tesses for the evening were Mrs.
Nathan Adelman and Mrs. Max
Final arrangements for "Gob-
lins' Night" sponsored by the Sis-
terhood of Temple Israel provide
for as elaborate an entertainment
as has ever been provided by any
local organization. The affair will
be held Tuesday night, October 27,
at Kaplan Hall. Mrs. I. L. Selig-
man is general chairman. In charge
of the booths and enterprises are.
IMrs. Harry Nevins, fish pond;
sales of candy and cigarettes,
Mrs. Gbrdon Davis; food and eake
sales, Mrs. J. A. Richter and Mrs.
B. L. Reisner; kitchen, Mrs. S.
Kats; fortune telling booth, Mrs.
Herbert Seppler; zoo, Mrs. Lo~ui
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THE JE~WESR FLA~IDIAN
(This is the fourth of a series
Of articles on Hadassah and
those people who have worked to
make it one of the most impor*
hatoraisat ons at work for
Activities Are Vadeal
Hadassah, the Women's Zionist
Organisation, is entering upon its
nineteenth year of work. A his-
tory of its activities during these
years parallels the growth of in-
terest and desire of American
Jewish women to help in the es-
tablishment of a Jewish National
Home in Palestine. It was Henri-
etta Szold, who after a trip
through Palestine, recognized the
need for medical work in Pales.
tine and for Zionist education
among Jewish women in America,
interested a small group of New
gank itywodment inuhr ea
and called themselves Hadassah,
in honor of Queen Esther. They
immediately adopted a specific
project, the 'establishment of a
system of visiting nursing for
Palestine. This was started by
sending two nurses to do district
nursing in Palestine.
The following outline will en-
able you to see how the scope of
Hadassah's activities has grown
from 1912 until today:
Today, the Hadassah Medical
Organization, Hadassah's major /
undertaking in Palestine, forms a
countrywide network of curative
and preventive institutions, includ-
Five hospitals: Jerusalem, Tel
Aviv, Haifa, Tiberias (Schweitzer
Memorial) and Safed whichh has
the only tuberculosis ward in Pal-
estine) with attached
Out-Patient Departments and
Labor tart~fer TBateriological,
Thirty-two Village Polyelinies,
Nurrses 'Training School (at-
tached to Rothschild Hospital, Je-
r halmnaintained by Junior
Ro Rehild HsI el', J ),to m)
Two Nathan and Lina Strans
Health Centers (Jerusalem, Tel
Twenty-two Health Welfare
Centers in cities and villages, with
Infant Welfare Service, Pre-natal,
Post-natal and Pre-school Clinics,
Listric Nursing, Tuberculosis Fol-
low-up, and Outside Obstetric Ser-
School Hygiene Department, su-
pervising 25,000 pupils,
Health Scout Movement (activi-
ty of School Hygiene Department)
Dietetics Department (in addi-
tion to serving Hadassah Medical
Organization, gives public courses
in dietetics and cookery),
Clara W~achtel Dental Clinic
(Straus Health Center, Jerusa-
Mental Hygiene Clinic (attach-
ed to School Hygiene Department)
Pasteurization Plant (in Straus
Health Center, Jerusalem),
Campaigns (Curative and Pre-
ventive) against tuberculosis,
smallpox, trachoma, typhoid and
Co-operation with Hebrew Uni-
School Luncheons (with instrue-
tions in dietetics and cooking) at
14 schools and 49 kindergartens.
Five Playgrounds (Gurggenheim-
er Fund): Jerusalem, 3; Tel Aviv,
1, and Raifa, 1.
Distribution of Linens to 20 In-
stitutions outsidee of Hadassah).
Distribution of Garments (thra
H~istadruth Nashim Ibrioth, the
Jewish Women's Organizartionr of
]Maler Shefeye, a Children'sVi-
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Volume IV.--Number XLIII.
Friday, October 23, 1931
He clove the stupid night with
beams of light,
And broke the mystic cur-
tain bit by bit.
He trained the blundering
hand and saw it write
The future's plan, so those?
who wait might sit
And judge this ~tangled mes
of things aright*
He watched the errant pulse
and gaugred thre flash'
On time's dull cheek; in sil-
eat hours would thrill
The desert air with song of
boy and t Qtes han,
Then seized ft' ad
impelled her stand and
Ris record fall, despite the
Though it should not, it takes
a great deal of courage to publicly
stand up and assert the right and
The other night, at a meeting
of the Jlewish Welfare Bureau, a
resolution was offered for the be-
ginning of a membership eam.
paign on Friday and special stress
was laid on the canvass to be
made of the business section on
Saturday. Laymen were present
and a rabbi as well. None had the
courage to get up and call the at-
tention of the board and those
present of the wrong that was
about to be committed. However,
just as the resolution was about
to be put to a vote, Mrs. Lewis
Brown, president of the Beth
D~avid Sisterhood, arose and in so
unmistakable terms condemined
this action. She termed it a will-
hul desecration of the Sabbath,
Sand protested strongly against
any such unwise action on the prt
ofthe organization. One or two
there were who arose to oppose
the proper views, but Mr. Jack
Bernstein quickly championed the
eause of the Sabbath, and happily
the wise ones prevailed. There
will be no solicitation of funds or
memberships on Saturday.
We desire to commend the Jew-
Ish Welfare Bureau for its realiza-
tionr o the proper coarse, but more
than that we desire to publicly ;n
these columns congratulate Mrs.
Brown .and to commend her for
Apr courage' in standing up at the
a rtune time.
By BRUCE BAltTON
Deserve .. Eliminate
Broadly speaking, mottees
done me little good.
Being' exhorted to "do itno
has not conquered a natural
stinct to preerastination. "fc
the hard things first" has not
crossed my courage; nor has
penny saved is a penny erg
spurred me to thrift.
All of these wise saws, and otL
ers, I would trade for the to
words on which a shrewd old ne.
chant told me he had built M,
Almost anywhere you look
business you may see the need f
those two words.
A certain manufacturer, Whg
products already covered the e
announced his intention of a
another item to the line. Hisla
ker was skeptical. "What exca
is there for it?" he demand
"Does it meet any real need? H
it any special qualities that k
it deserve to succeed?
The manufacturer replied rt
er testily that he could not
what deserving had to do with i
There was an opportunity to sa
more business from acoptt
and he proposed to do so.
The banker protested."Ts
seems a poor foundation on wi
to build," he said. He was rg
After an expensive anduncc
ful campaign, the newprd
Another company, whose vl
had grown rapidly during t
months of prosperity, came it
dull times and began to eai
its expenses. It discovered
nearly half its overhead could
cut without reducing profits. Wi
things were rolling it hadenid
The words apply witheqi
force to individual lives.He
many useless habits we loaded $
with during the ten yearsprvo
orltim an dil ted o eergi8
Apparently hard times are e
sary once in a while to compel as
As for the word deserve, win
has not experienced the increased
sense of power which comeswh
one knows in his heart that i
plans and purposes are wh4on
Under the spell of such convie-
tion we astonish ourselves by so
unexpected capacity. We feel in
tune with infinite forces. We de
serve, and the stars in their
courses seem 'to be fighting on se=
A Boston doctor wants conrress
to .make it a federal offense to
kiss babies. Since anyone kdisslS
babies is under instant suspieolo
of being a congressman, the a~
terprise seems hopeless.
Before history began to
written, men knew how to 5
lohlcdrinks, how to
alooibread rise, and how to use
.. And Caesar, stabbed wit
many wounds, felt them not.Ifr
thief wound was that of seials
his friend Brutus among the n
tors, and so, dying, he gasprded
the words, "Tee Bee Brute.l
A small boy was shown ass
bery bush in fall fruit. ~a
sampling one or two be Ia~
"Who makes goosetrriat T:
reply, of courrse W ~A rr
tbem." The pagaggage tooL ae
er, and, afte`~Y~r;~ Whaw ll
tion, saidr WAllrQ~l
Anotimist is a gjuy
skAt ng with a glass flask in his
hip pocket. .._
And somehow aI margin call al-
ways reminds us of a cold bedroom
-it sends us scurrymng to cover,
A cigaret artist usually smokes
rings around his friends.
Styles change. They used to rob
you with a gun and a lead pipe;
now they do it with a letter of
introduction to a "Lwholesale"
"LeRnd me a dime for my carfare
home, will you, old man
"I'm sorry, but all I've got is
half a dollar." *
"Splendid! Pll take a taxi.
"Didye har aoutSandy Me-
"Didoh fendn ra abbox of corn-plas-
NYes. So he went and bought a
pi f tight shoes."
Old Ladyr (o trradm~p)kneve
don't you work Hadwr e
kilamp you'ree wrong, lady. I
lost both of my wives that way."
Fish Dealer: "Fresh, lady ? Wh.y
this fish breathed its last just as
you came in the door."
Customer (sniffing): "And what
s breath it had!,,
Proud Father: "Well, son, now
that you're a grad what are you
going to do?"
Offspring: "I'm going to talk to
you about the good old days."
Rastus: "You says anything to
me, big boy, an' I'll make you eat
Mose: "Chicken dumplin's, hot
biscuits an' watermelon!"
A man may be honest and still
A left-handed compliment some-
times turns out all right.
The modest woman is always
noted for' her neat but 'plain
Both the miser and the spend-
thrift think each other foolish-
and tey are.
When misery is at hand there
mernt uch pleasure in recalling
Mirth is a paying investment_
because the stock is never water-
ed with tears of regret.
Nature ever makes mistake
but she sometimes leaves a job
for the dressmaker to finish.
Milliners and dressmakers are
not entirely responsible for church
attendance, but they help some.
A woman can find an excuse for
anything her husband does--un-
less there is another woman in
Saint Helena the summer
home of Joan of Are.
Epidermis was an early worker
What is the dog star ?
Anatomy is the study of heav-
Name two measures that may
be used for the conservation of
Rulers and yardsticks.
Ostracized is when an ostrich
sticks his head in the sand when
he thinks someone is coming
age (maintained by Junior Ha.
A brief explanation of each of
the related activities carried on by
Radalssah shows the necessity of
Hard-Times Cora says
ery cloud has a silver
Which is more than you
for a cheap fur cot.
Peop e look down on
who neck in Austin cars.
"If we ever have a referendum
onshort skirts," says Sophisticated
Sphia, "it's a safe bet the eyes
Ioud have it,,
"The horse may have gone,"
says Philosophizing Philomena,
"but any married man can tell you
the cheek-reign is still with us.",
"Have peace with the U. S. It
is always kind to your debts."
COnly a few years ago people ap.
pearing in public in pajamas
would have been considered som-
Then there's the oil promoter
who claimed that the rich sucker
he landed- was- nothing compared
to the one that got away.
Brooklyn has enacted a statute
permitting the police to jail any
person who has no visible means
of support. We understand, how-
ever, that this does not refer to
women, oknr .o all women, wear-
ing lon- -----
Age before beauty--the century
Talk is cheap. A man can get
a shave for a quarter.
Whisky in a bottle may be a
good thing, but in a bottle it's a
Bad luck is reasonably sure to
come to those who trust only to
There is no hope for the man
who refuses to let his friends lend
True love makes a man so reck-
less that he doesn't care who
knows of his happiness.
If love wasn't blind there would
doubtless be just as mn ioc
courts doing businessmaydvre
A gambler's wieneve k ow
Whether it's to be a erlki nows
or a cotton frock fos ealski o
Then there was the duhe
who was dyin of e o dauher i
her stomachin nlngnm n
"1Was Edna,"'s ~ rahrruhwt
you when you told erm rouh wih
secretly married hi Im yu hadr
armlld I off nearly shook mny
The Monit r
shi. I whorwas an ironclad
because It hieirid the other ships
through its cladles cudno o
o.~ uhw goes
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lav. October~ .23, 193~:
The Jumior Jewish Florid ian
APage for Boys and Girls Conducted by Uncle Judah o'
olume One. Friday, October 23, 1931 -Twelfth Day of Cheshvan, 5692 N mbe Sen o19.
rethe Bible' Tales All Th"" i~;S--- o
Literally True? Boys and Girls e KnwN tW r w
C Alexander the Great, the world w
here are many people who ask, ish tyou write a story of Jew- conqueror, once came across a sim- h,
e the legends in the early part jok o riddler ? Or Sepoem,e or a ple people in Africa who knew notm
te Bible true? Did Adam andtoUleJdh Haey i war an hid eided to remain there Hl
really live ? Was there really question to ask about Jewish hi
an by the name of Cain who htoyJeihutmsrJe-hOne day two natives came to
ahiso brother bAbel? n as ihlcurrent events? Inquire of t ese ehn sadthat ueT d bug
history of the Tower of Babel AdesUCEJDH a piece of land and afterwards
Addrss UCLE UDAH discovered treasure buried in rr
?" P. O. Box 2973 Miami, Fla. that land. He claimed the treasure cc
hebest way to answer these 2- ---- belonged to the man who sold him le
stions is to remind you of one Noah and the Great Flood the land, and he therefore wished
Aesop's fables which you, no to return it. The seller, however, be
bt, have read. Do you remem- refused to accept it.
the story of the shepherd boy I.
Swas tending the flock not far Long, long ago, oh, very long, Thereupon, Alexander turned to
na forest ? One day he thought The people did things that were the buyer and said, "Hast thou a
would play a trick on the -peo- wrong, son? "Yes," was the reply. Then A
in he illgeso e bgantoAnd God was sorry, really sad, addressing the seller he inquired,
in lf t Wl! he village, oh bgnt To think that pole e s bad. "Hast thou a daughter ?" "Yes,,
"Wolf!g Wol" The villager peopd wee o was the reply. "Then let them bothG
he rnng toe thried ature fiel odsad, "II. ae oed t get married," said Alexander, "andD
thy ee ooe. wh ar And ot a lo hf wtre ifl" e tetreasure theoome theirewedl- F
me trick, and again the villagers To build himself an ark of wood. isfied with this judgment. Ir
But before they left Alexander A
reto his help. But shortly after III. teGetrmre,"nm on
sa wolf really did show up and So Noah built himself an ark try if such a case had come be-
an to attack the sheep. The Of gopher wood and cypress bark, fore the king, the two men in the M
cried, "Wolf! Wolf!" even And when he made the doors and cs ol aebe mrsnd
ier than he had cried before, roof, and their treasure confiscated,
nobody in the village stirred With tar he made it waterproof. Then one of the natives spoke up S'
oeto his help. And the wolf, IV. and said, "Is your country blessed S1
course, made a good meal of When Noah with this work was by sun and rain ?" "LYes," replied F'
boy's flock. through, Alexander. "Does it contain cat- T1
ow suppose some one asked He took his sons and their wives, tle?" "Yes."
,"Is this story true?" What too; "Then," ventured the native, "it F'
Idyou say ? Does it make any Into the ark he made them go, must be for the sake of these in
erence whether there really Because the Lord had told him so. nocent animals that the sun shines L'
a shepherd boy who fooled V. upon that country; surely its peo- bf
people in the village by cr?" )the birds flew ir, -in pairrs they ple are unworthy of such bless-
"Wolf! Wolf!"? The Ptint of flew, ing."
story is that when a person The beasts went also, two by two;
acquires the reputation of Then lots of food was stored The Tower of Babel D(
whe ae tells theotrtr ItThey d n't know how long they'd .N
snot matter to us whether th~e stay. The world was simple, life was
actuallyy took place. The les- VL oug,
to be learned from it is im- For forty days the rain came All spoke one language and one B1
tat and that is all that we down, ton ue
interested in. It covered valley, hill and town; But men wee filled with foolish
hesame must be said of the For forty days it didn't stop, pride, Te
nids in the Bible. These legends Until it reached the mountain top. To reach the Heavens they once
handed down orally from) VII. tried. *
er to son for many genern- And in the ark they had to stay, HI
s, until they were finally writ- Until the waters passed away, And so they took much brick and
down and madeF part of the And when the dove from them did board,
l.Each story was told to il- fly, And built a tower heavenward.
rate a lesson, to teach some Then they knew the land was dry. They said they'd build it up so
at truth. To ask, therefore, if -From "Bible Rhymes" by S. high an
characters in these stories had H. Galston. Until their tower reached the sky. be
>aly lived at one time is be-
us the point. The First Sunset Seen By And, oh, how hard those men did
-From "The Bible Retold" by rey
bbi Mihael lper.Adam us still 'they couldn't reach the c
We Learn in Sunday TuAdm ridwefrs eA thing tat none could ever do,
saw So with their tower they were lth
School The setting of the sun: through. Im
"Ah me! perhaps 'tis through my
raham, our father, smn,
Was the first real Jew That grievous sin P've done, For God loked down and wasn't
dIsaac followed Abraham The world grows dark and now Thirolis ciosmdeHm
m telling this to you. returns
then came father Jacob To its chaotic state_ sad;
ind Joseph was his son, This is the death decreed by Hea-l Then suddenly their work did halt,
With one another they found fauLt.
tre were eleven others ven
uthe's the important one. Tob ybte ae"V. .
SJews all lived in Egypt, Throughout that night he sa n sdifrn ogusGdmd
ey had a dreadful time prayed, te pcs
Moses came and lead them all As sat and prayed his bride; So other lands they had to seek,
'o lovely Palestine. All night he fasted and he wept, And they were scattered o'er the
this and lots of other things Eve weeping at his side. earth,
Ve learn in Sunday school, But when at dawn he saw again,j That's how all nations had their
:if you'd rather sleep all day The precious light of day, birth.
'ou'll always be a foot. With grateful heart he then ex- -From "Bible Rhymes" by S.
--Chicago Jewish Child. celimed-- H. Galaton.
"This is but Nature's way!
heeare four who are ac- ~ --From the Talmud. Somebody
stdas dead: the pauper, the
r, the blind man, and he who Better off is the poor man who Somebody did a golden deed;
no children. follows the straight path than the Somebody proved a friend in need;
depraved man who is rich Somebody sang a beautiful song;
Ikna carease in the market- Somebody served the whole day
zerather than be dependent None is poor except the poor in long.
/others. knrowledge Was that "somebody" you T
Rabbi H~illel and Rabbi '"'""""""""'"'""""""""""""''"""""""""""
Shammai Just Being Punny
A heathen (idol worshipped) The English government is di-
nce came to Rabbi Shammai and vided into two things called the
aid, "I wish to become a Jew, Lords of God and the Men of God.
n condition that thou teach me The lords of God are not inher-
he whole Torah while I stand on ited.
ne leg." Rabbi Shammai, who
aes an ill-tempered man, pushed Postern: The sitting position of
he applicant away with the staff a horse.
rhich he held in his hand. The
eathen went to Rabbi Hillel and Robinson Caruso was a great
lade the same application. Rabbi singer who lived on an island.
[illel, who was very patient and
umble, replied saying: The metric system refers to
"Whatever hateful is to you, kilograms, centigrams, telegrams,
Unto your neighbor never do!" !etc.
"'This is the essence of the To- AgsIha oadMcih
ah. Everything else is but a
ommetar upn it No goandgot quite a kick out of calling on:
armn.,, upni. o g n Banker Squeeze's daughter the
The heathen thanked him and ohrngt
ecam a god nd pous an. Sandy--Yes, he showed me the
place. Her father must wear No.
From the Bible
Johnny--Aw, Ma, I know where
father's teaching, children, hear, Ii came from now.
o know true reason, give ye ear; Mother-W-why, Johnny, what
ood doctrine you I give to take; Ido you mean ?
lo not my teaching e'er forsake. Johnny--Well, my name's Ross,
or to my siree Iwasoalson e.isun'1 f t -dh just passed a high
instruction unto me gave he, Mnfcuing C."
.nd this is what he said to me.
Oh, let thine heart my words hold The Girl Chum says that the
fast; chief difference between a tree
[y prece ts keep, and live and surgeon and the other kind is that
last." (the tree surgeon's patients can't
advertise him vocally by the hour.
trive Wisdom ever to obtain,
trive Understanding e'er to gain; IMrs. Harden's Curb Mkt.
orget not, nor reject, indeed, 8424 N. E. Second Avenue
he words which from my mouth Large Eggs, dozen....,..........,......50c
proceed: Large Hens, pound......................27c
orsake her not, she'll watch o'erTUKY
thee ; poundY~on.........----7
ove her, thy safeguard she shall "
-Proverbs, Chap. 4. ~/_
o not believe the man that says:
"P've toie tand nthingh gained"
And yet I have obtained;"
ut if a man hath said: "P've won
The prize for which I have
o him, indeed, and him alone,
Your credence may be given.
-From the Talmud.
Let a man hire himself out as
Unskilled laborer rather than
Dependent upon others
As between the poor of your
lations and the poor of your
ty, your relations are prior
Prosperity is not to be found in
e thing weighed, in the thing
measured, or in the thing counted.
534 North West Second Ave.
Good for Your Nerves
Citg W Yard, he ,
Fireplace Steve and
arss a. w. nalata cover
Pha ~irt THE JEl;lrlISB FI~RIDUN
The Re-establishment of His
182 N. YSHDWI DBRIVE
29 N. W. TIFIRD AVENUE
aI uses, asow whebrs ureau en.... kar
sp slassfe viic snses, sa.
nol wR. naserr
STEBMS OPTICa CO. nr~c k t
Holrcc~TO Corcr trc
S. Ii ?At, rt not Stt
Iot is 4 wit sicr prcito ht
ade County hsfr fetran
E~~7 andn our witrvstr
vdeuudinfele sammunioing us ingeng
Laggatio Beth El Bbrew"I~t-
eary ~lSpde at ~th weekly-mreet- The GIr Cham ~say rtht a rc~E al
~in s-b--is m~aish t brrsis n is se
rt~~~~~~~~h wLC r~iP~ h~-~~ ill admi abatthere are two~
Hallowe'en danc~e att Teanpl I
rael by its Sisterhood.
Though stan Phinp was,8
but a few minutes he was able t
make a touchdown for Miami. F
day night, in the football gas
against Georgia A. & M-., Phugip
was high scorer for Miami.
So until next week, bon soir.
Campaign time at the local syo.
agogues is causing much grief and
worry; the crop is there.
*por. concerning the atre Mrs. Goldstein OpensTECAPS
Plans annoulned by Dr. Kleinteld G. ~ L. Restaurant AROUN rnvriy o imi >
are a debate and musical program -- (t nirstof m
in addition to the lecture at theTheG etuat fo'"
next meeting, MMaa ~ ni ,l mayyar nw a h G" 1
Res-taurant. under the personal di-; ~9teuk g b~ there is
tubeh a ses t mpa-e n r emaol t rection of Mrs. R. Goldstein, aill be nd ttoeb de Wth of news of
singing of "El K~elobenu" and reopen at the samne address. 41 <-tudentsc of the University of M-i-
.. N~~. E. Second avenue, on Friday.- h d
"A~merica." Members and friends tbr3. r.Lvtisowaami. Jew or non-Jewf. Tistis rfact
of the congregation are? invited :o member o. th frm. Lei: i afaily explained because ofh vai-t
attend the weekly meetings. on that in most instances at is
Monay ighs. t 8o'cock atthe The restaurant has been rede:-- are' being started now, though all
Comuniy Hus. 44 Svenn rated and the mnarngement wi!! noiin ilson be filled.Th
street. Present wrere 3Ir. and Zir again speciaizte in koshezr m~ea'a future wrill record their progress.
1I. Ketllm~an. )Ir. and M~rs. J. W~olf. and1 home' ~cooin :hat hav-e made l~inwvreP. r, thre is still something
>Ir an Mr. Mrti Dubi fr.it justly- popular an ...-" r turits
Iinna. C~~i ~ l ~r. :hroughout the c~unt. oTng.
Ben 1ax Chrle Wa. Ms. .itlton WE~i'S and Miilton A~.
Kiarfunkle. M1rs. 1. Schrebnick.i Asz an o~eningT feature gef!ll" remnweecoe i obe
Jl. a dai U I i k. Cdu rp MlranL ou s and leeplack i te qG:~ uarret at a fraternity dance held
las-t week at the university.
l ang~ilder. Frank Kleinfeld. Mrl. ispeial suppeFr beginnings at lour Larry Lefkowfitz is out for the;
Hi. Leibov-it. Mrs. A. Gold. M~rs. c. o clock on the opening day. JIts. wetigta."un"Blnr
Birner. ,\Its. Be~n Ryder. M~rs;. Goldstein has been operatingls ersitr-ua hmin
n Baer. r raaa )r )f kosr re~na ka d to onis~ein. are can idat ss t "
Sneidr. Bach.ing out for the gym team.
All Jewfish students at the uni;-
'IThe Co~ngregation Beth El Sunl- ExHnrr r-ieti n ersity have been invited to the
1_,. _,~, 1 ,, r,,,,, r,-~~, invention Edis-on didn't invent.
WPEST PALM BEACH
Reform Jewish Congregatie
Beth Israel will hold its regular
services Friday evening at eigh:
o'clock in the temple, 2014 Brow-
ard av-enue. Dr. Carl N. Hermar
will officiate and will preach or
"What Do W-e M~ean By Fate?.,
At~ the Friday night serv-ices at
Congregation Beth El at the Com-
mounity House. Rabbi A~. Kileinfeld
will preach on "Patrianrh of tze
Nations and MUonetheism."
MUr. and MUrs. S. Goldberg ci
623 Gardenia street entertained
Rabbi K~leinfeld and his son Frank.
'together with ~sveral friends, in
celebration of the e~ighth anniver-
sary- of their son. Mos~he. at a dis-
ner and musicale.
The co-operation cocmmi~tte of
Beth Israel Sisterhoodl sponsrored
a spaghetti supper and card party
last Scunday evening at the home
of MQr. and Mrs~. O. P. Gnrner. Miss
Nellye Oppenheim was general
chairman of the affair. which was t
enjoyed by qyuite a large gther.
Several donations of bookLs and
money have been received recent.
ly by the reig~ious- s-tcho of Beth
Israel Congregation for its- library.
These have been suitalbly iq.
During: the! past week Dr. Carl
N. Herman addressedi~f met~-ings f
the merchants' div~ision of the
Chamber o~f Commnerce and th~e Ki-
Dr. Carl N. H~erman of Beth Is
rael Congregaton was elected
chairman of the board of directors
at the. Assc~uiated WTelfare Burreau
whtrich is the centfai organization
of all bodies doingp relief wrorkr in
Sidney D~ubbn celebrhated h~-
seventh birthday- at his home, 321
Crown way~. An etlrabrat po-
gram was rendered by homae tl-
ent. After Rabbi Kleinfeld played
the olpenming number the chidrez
joined in singint~ ^ Amrica." T"hen
followed awardiing of prices for
torm ~rot Fhirsp mre was
~ione to maniah, smbith arot est.
ting the ~irthday eake the ee-
brant made a tooching speech f
gnrtitudee to his parents and prais~-
ed the Creator for~ the blessings r
enjoed in the pasL~t years The par-
thia-, s wroeI xr. x~arc;ia oussia
xr. and xrs FrankI sarer. Mr.
and Mdrs. J. Sneaider. Mr. L, -as--
ci~der. M1r. T. Smi-h. Mlr. Harry
L~ee. The children were Constance
Lhe. DoNtrt and Nevie Dubb~m.
shall Barer. Sch~ayler and Jess **
Lee. Marti cn Smit Richardt see~i-
der. Albert Barash:~ a-4 Leonard ~l~
game were given, to MarIti cZmith
Four table were play~ a: :he
benefit cardf pas-y sponsored cy
members ofte&t lShe-
a..a as, t .. h r jL Y. J~'
Leventha8L Park %=roee- r. Suda
night, High secre awards ute-e
pr~eszente t Mrs. L Gold M~ss
Sarsf Berguesa, Mis K~am B9Rapha-1
and MLra Ben RyFde. R~efrehmn's
were servedC~ af~te th~e games-
Thet tE~rtleen artli0 ele tfa P& ci
Moses- ashmanrids n ated Rfebrew
school at the~~ktr cepnn mry,
termed tiededil~g tospic for CoI-
dayV schoo was~ feaLCUtur y, t e
birthday addresses of twio of thet
members andc by a prayer byv an-
other member w-ho was- also cee-
bratring hectr birthday..21 os -
be~rg. son; of Mr. and Mrs. S. Gold. -
atrg Isr. niir Dubbn ~-n o
!vered the btirthday- speech~ies. ani
Dorothy Lev-enthrat. daughtr :f
Mr. and Mlrs. Jack Leventhal. led
eriisnz Bzhe cloin paer~c at aemb1 -.r
:'c he cngvgationr's educiaiotiona
comz~mitrtee. spke before the school
andl pneenBted giftS :e thosei wet
be~tTcam a yeair Older. Thoe pu-
pI:s whOselc bfir-thday c"OmEt~ :in th
week precediLg SchOo areI aSLked
:o notigy D r. Klei--fel. sc~hedI
pric~ipa'. in order z*ha: 'hey ma
beC~ gven a rpeen to P~resent at
asseambly. The classes elected
kle Goldberg secretary of the
school and Mborton Smitrh, tas-
arert. Sunay~s. PaU~rens oVf puJpil
agre invrited~ to9 vLisi tht IChol iit
~-eassembl hou. 11:;30 a. m., Th
Sunday school classesu`,Q whic ha
as attendance~ of approxunsryr
30. are 'naeld at -the CommnunEia
House. 414 Seventh s~-tret
Celebnrating her nmth birrthday
Doroth Lreventha entertaine a
number of Me~ors :M t m 'nE~
Leventhat. 422 Park area. sandsr
a'ternoon, G;ames were p~lag;
andi Pearl Gold was presn~ed wid
~th prize :d the donkey guame.
Selma S0chutzr Marily, Leet and
RomEa2 ParrOfftD aeTia~ Fredwth
ea-re zlumbers, ~. Thy ere accoum-
ipanired By xrS. x. P~aZtrff. -
ed and greenl iolr ~scme raa
zzapredC1 on: !- e dleoradoesl aznd
refreshments. Kn. Leventha wast~
ass~-ite by Sa-a~ Bergma. E'--
:ess wea Be--5-e~ andri -him. if-
Sch ater. Harrcid 30m Ro'or a
M~nartel Scaroger ii~. Wa ~ter~ andX"-
dtred Mas. Nette and Drorway
Duibbin. Eve~lyn an Leon~ard Yaz-
ar3er AEnk adb Israel G~otirs.
rid KLarf-imkle. Lade Gold. Ce--
rtance ~and Ma~rtyn3 Le, Do~rts
ard Sufeider. Rae Fre~dman~ and
EtheFl and Sam Smith.-
Jerme GrPee~r hasY recarneId al-
ter a -vrj months_' r,~isR, to New
York and Rachester, where he was
-het guest h~i s tfathe ane Mr.
and M1rs Po~eock andr Ms~ isiners,
Lr~fan and ]Dorohy. His brether
JYon aeCcompanied himI on tire: