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The Jewish Floridian ( November 27, 1931 )

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
November 27, 1931
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

Notes

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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AA00010090:00147

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Material Information

Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
November 27, 1931
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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).

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:00147

Related Items

Related Items:
Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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MORE THAN T
WICE AS MUCH LOCAL JEWISH NEWS AS ANY OTHER PAPER


PROMINENT SPEAKERS TO TAKE

PART IN SERIES OF LECTURES


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JEWISH RADIO HOUR
TO BE RESUMED

rHE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Radio program which was
such a remarkable success all
over South Florida last winter,
will again resume its Sunday
broadcasts beginning Sunday,
December 20, when the first
program will be presented.
A program consisting solely
of Jewish music will be presenrt-
ed by the Jewish Floridian or-
chestra under the direction of
Bernie Mayerson, noted Chicago
musician, with vocal soloists ap'
pearing every Sunday in Jewish
songs.
Full details w;th the names of
the artists to appear and the
music to be presented will be
announced in an early issue of
the Jewish Floridian.
A number of local merchants
have agreed to sponsor the pro-
gram in connection with the
Jewish Floridian. J. Louis Shoch-
et will be in charge of the
broadcasting.
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Lot Purchased

For Synagogue

B'nai Israel Congregation of
St. Petersburg Plan to
Erect ~Edififce

At a well attended and enthusi-
astic meeting of the B'nai Israel
Congregation of St. Petersburg,
held in the synagogue last Thurs-
day night, the building committee
was authoriand to purchase a lot
in Arlington avenue, within three
blocks of the center of the city.
Plans will be drawn and opera-
tions will be begun for the eree-
tion of a community center and
synagogue.
Members of the building coml-
mittee are L. Boston, president of
the congregation; A. Gelman, vice
president; I. Fuchs, chairman of
the social committee; Messrs. Mil.
ler, Baumgarten and Hankin, and
Mrs. May Benjamin, secretary.
The movement for the erection
of the building was due to a stir.
ring appeal made last Yom Kippur
by Rabbi Lazarus Lehrer at which
several thousand dollars was sub-
scribed.
Notable increase in the activi-
ties of the Jewish communal life
has been noted since the arrival
of Rabbi Lehrer.


Offers and House Committee of Hebrew Friendly Inn
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county for two or more years im- New York,
mediately preceding the award, He will be associated with Rab-
who, in the opinion of the scholar- bi Isaac M. Wapner of the con_
ship committee of the club is the gregation and will have direct
most needy, deserving and bril- charge of its Talmud Torah and
liant. Assistance of the president Max Orovitz, who was induct- Sunday school and will direct his
and deans of the university will ed into office as its new presi- activities to religious work, par-
be sought by the committee in dent Sunday night by the Young ticular~ly among the young people,
making the awards. Men's Club, an organization He will preach the English ser-
The terms of the scholarship, as composed of over 200 Jewish mon at the Friday night services,
outlined by Jack Lear, chairman business and professional men with Rabbi Wapner preaching in
of the memorial committee, at theofretrMaiYdis.
club's meeting Sunday night, will
follow closely the plan of the Yale Nliami S New Bank FRIENDLY INN GETS
University Corporation, loaning to DONATION OF DISHES
the student the four-year tuition Open For Business T Sno uci Jws
fee, without interest charges.Th SeirCucloJwih
The recipient, in repaying thel ----- JWomen held a board meeting fol-
loan in later life, adds to the lMiami and New York Inter. lowed by a regular meeting of the
scholarship fund. In this'way, the ests Will Operate New membership last Wednesday at
fund in later years will oaward IRStitution Kaplan hall. A donation of dishes
more than the one scholarship. to the Hebrew Friendly Inn was
Last Sunday's meeting of the or- TeBnofMaindTutvoted.

e ofeem rb~iCompany, a new banking institu- lall nnoune m ntngvos madte rgahn -
mayors, Val C. Cleary of Miami tion with C. H. Reeder, city com- Ization would ~be held in >the homes
Beach, Robert Marshall of Hia- missioner, as president, and which lof various members.
leah and R. B. Gautier of Miami, institution has been organized by The next meeting of the organ-
who paid tribute to the memory of New York and Miami financial in- ization will be held during Decem-
Mr. Baar. terests, will open today at 128 N. Fiber at the home of its president,
Max Orovitz was inducted into E. First avenue. Its capital is Mrs. Ben Watts. Ice cream and
office as the new president. The $100,000 and surplus $50,000. cake for Thanksgiving was order-
Young Men's Club is composed of Gov. Franklin D. Roosevelt's ed donated to the children of the
upwards of 200 Jewish business law firm, Roosevelt & O'Connor, Junior League Home and the chil-
and professional men of Greater New York, is general counsel for dren of the day nursery. In ob-
Miami. the new institution. servance of Peace Day the poem,
Edward S. Holman, president of "Abraharp Lincoln Walks at Mid-
TAMIAMI TEMPLE TAKES the Bank of South Hudson and night," was read by Miss Bermiee
GAME FROM MEN'S CLUB Trust Company, Bayonne, N. J., is Watts. Refreshments were served
chairman of the directors; P., G. During the social hour that follow-
Tamimi empe fie hs usetDusenbury, investment banker of ed the business session.
the league-leading Youn Men's Miami, is vice president, and L. J.
Club, handing it the firns defeat Griffin, president of Griffin-Brice- FLEEMAN PRESIDENT
of the season. The score was 12 Buchanan, Inc., and formerly di- OF AUTO ASSOCIATION I
to 10. Th on e' lbwnrector of finance of Miami, is sec- -
Thursday's contest from the same retary and treasurer. Ben Fleeman o h eibe
team by a score of 42 to 15. Wein. Directors, in addition to Edward IMotor Company of Miami and Mi-
kle and R. Grossmah again led in S. Holman, Mr. Reeder, Mr. Dus- ami Beach was elected president
scoring. enbury and Mr. Griffin, are T. B. lof the Miami Taxicab arid For-
Four days later, the Tem le Boss, president, American Re- Hire Cars Protective Association
quintet came back to defeat the serve Insurance Company, New last Monday at the organization
Yunig Men's Club and upset their York Ctf/e (. von Polens, invest- meting nl at thhe e e sLen (
winng streak. The game was me~tbn kr im H thee Hoertz Sysnth em, ello Cab
closely played throughout. Every man, presxhdnnt, Fr r anp si Companyh andt Ssever oter pomi C
bein was hotly contested. The Miami; Jh S Harris&Co, peInc. To- nent uto for hire ompany in the
thers were not playing the game Stranahan, alvrisBC. n. Hill vien district. The purpose of theas
the usually play, however, and ledo, Oio; Mlvr Cil scliatrion, ae outlined in re sol-
conseuently suffered defeat. president, Str~ankahan tyP isr e Colotions adopt lied attemein, iestol
Tha eam retains first place by Inc., J. Yr Homer Meore, pr totecdptd t the pubicaginst abuse
hving won the greatest amount Griley, Miami; J o E. Mirerl- andc to e prevent ag s recur eneo
of games to date. The next con- real estate, Miami; Robert eveilln ts whic inens ed thene puli
test is to be played at the Y. M. lier, vice president and director, becueoovert hchargcensd etc.li
C. A. Monday evening. (Continued on Page 6')


ADVERTISING BRINGS RESULTS ,HEAD I S~s~Sp STAEMENTP
Greater Miami Cemetery Associa-

As a result of last week's advertisement in the Jewish Floridian, ain ssocitio was iemndiet charge
Mr. Louis Drackermarn of the Atlantic Butchers' Corporation report of sBithen uneral airrneents foralI
tat the sale of their retail department increased remarkably. I the late a M ary Moskowit, mothr r
proves beyond doubt that qlulity, combined with price reductions to of lt Mrs izy Mof hs eity, ande r
meeteconadeconitins, ttrct he popl. Futhe saes ae bingthat Beth David congregation had
conducted this week at the store 801 8. W. Twenty-second avenue. nothing to do with the services. YI
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.....---- FlrdFiaN vember 27,

IIEIOI T IMN BAAR Associate Rabbi


1931


Price: Five Cents


Heads Young Men's Club


Young Men's Group toi Iad
University of Ma Shl
arship; Orovitz Will Head
association n for Year

Announcement was made last
Monday of a four-year scholarship
at the University of Miami, to be
awarded annually by the Young
Men's Club, to start next Septem-
ber.
The award will be known as the
Sigmund L. Baar Memorial schol-
arship, in honor of the first presi.
dent of the organization, whose
tragic death aroused the indig~na.
tion of the community.
The scholarship is open to any
Jewish student, a resident of Dade


Arrives for Duties

Dr. Caplan Will Assist Rabbi
Wapner of Orthodox
Congregation
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan of New
York City arrived in Miami last
Monday to assume his duties as
associate rabbi of the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation.
Rabbi Caplan is a graduate of
the Isaac Elchanan Theological
Seminary and Yeshiva and has
had considerable experience in
congregational work and has had
charge of several religious schools.
H~e is a native of Montreal, Can-
ada, where he received his pre-
rabbinic training. He is also a
graduate of the City College of


Subjects Selected for -Talks
by Dr. Lewis Browne, Dr.
Will Durant, Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan and Dr. Henshaw.
Definite announcement was made
Wednesday of the: dates and sub-
jects of the addresses of Dr. Lew-
is Browne and Dr. Will Durant
and the open forum discussion be-
tween Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and
Rev. Dr. Don Henshaw under the
auspices of the building fund of
Temple Israel, Reform Jewish con-
gregation.
Dr. Browne will speak at Tem-
ple Israel, 137 .N. E. Nineteenth
street, Sunday evening, Januar-y
10, 1932, on the subject, "Why We
Are Religious." Dr. Will Durant
speaks Sunday evening, February
14, 1932, on "Is Progress Real?"
The open forum discussion between
Dr. Kaplan and Dr. Henshaw will
jbe held the evening of March 13,
1932, the subjects of the discussion
being, for Dr. Kaplan, "Judaism
and Beyond," and for Dr. Hen-
shaw, "Christianity and Beyond."
A special committee appointed
by President D. J. Apte of the
congregation consists of Leonardl
Epstein, Jules Perlman, Dr. Kap-
lan, Bert Coleman and Herbert U.
Feibelman, who have charge of
the necessary arrangements. Pro-
vision is being made for season
tickets for the three lectures.
It is contemplated that the
prominence of the speakers w 11
prove a great attraction. Dr.
Bhrrown hausb dititguished himself
of well known books and articles,
including "This Believing World"'
and "Strailger Than Fiction." Dr.
Durant has popularized the study
of philosophy by his widely read
book, "Story of Philosophy," and
other books and articles. Peculiar
interest attaches itself to his com-
ing, for much of his work was
done in Miami. The appearance
of Dr. Kaplan and Dr. Henshaw inl
the open forum dissension will
doubtless bring to mind the open
forum last winter season, in which
Dr. Kaplan, Clarence Darrow and
others participated. It is propos-
ed that the discussion by Dr. Kap-
lan and Dr. Henshaw in March
will follow the same general lines,
without injecting the conflict of a
debate.

NOTE
At the request of Mr. A. Daum
we are pleased to note that he is
not the butcher referred to in our
last week's editorial.


Standing, left to right: iLaanuel Rippa, E. Gordon, Baron, de
Hirech Meyer, H. Mi. Drevitch; Ben Fleeman, treasurer; W. L. Wil-
iams, vice president; A. Leibow~its; I. L. IMintser, president;. L. Ab-
ams, vice president; Jacob Becher, chairman of :the board; Louis
Wreinkle; Harry I. Lipaton and M. Hi. Nissenbaum.' Sitting: Meadames
Morkrs Dubler, WKlliam Friedman, L~ewis Brown, Jak~e fnsler, R.
~unes, Isidor Cohen, ~ouis tWeinkle, Sol Schw~arts and Manuel Rippa.


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M~rs. Harry V 'SimonS and Miss IBaron, Mrs. W. Falkenstein, Mrs.
Simons -entertained with Maxt Kupferstein and Mrs. Nath n
rlite party at ~their home .re- Adehnan.an
.;pis~n eelebration of the .birth- ) +
4l eninersary :of heirr daugh- .,Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan
a sister, Mrs. Slaul 8. ~Cohen, fare in Pensacola, where they are
r members of the family were attending the dedication of a new
hity.Gamnes were played and temple.
lip he r'efreshment hour a w
thaycake was cut. On the occasion of the twentieth
annivesary f he wedn a
Sisterhood of Temple Israel en- Mr i Leovin 1 behsesda ,
timed th~e m'eihbers of the~ con- the executive board and members
geation: with anr old-time $ab- Iof the Child Study Circle of Tem-
hdinli er, vrtith all' cere~monials, ple Israel Sisterhood at a bridge
liigbrorize candeliabra, trb- Iparty at the Miami Woman's Club
tional .sorigs, ~blessinics;, 'an lMonday afternoon, November 30,
haisiving prayers. "Mrs. Her- Iat 2 o'clock. A few additional
At Feibelman and Mrs. Evelyn Iguests will join the card players
affave the voital natibers, ac- ~at the tea hour. Mrs. Levin will
thaned or; th'e piano by ~~Miss be assisted in receiving her guests
soKare mo Pi's an hp as n' h~ club lounge ba 1 rs.a la H
unted Dr. J. H. Kaplan, who led (Mrs. D. J. Apte, wife of the presi-
b~singing of traditionally airs. dent of Temple Israel Congrega-
libbi Zielotika' of Tampid irespond tion; Mrs. J. A. Richter, hospitali-
Sto a toast and 1,ater~ iix the' tem- Ity chairman, and Mrs. I. L. Rosen-
e gave the address of the ~eve- dorf, former president of the sis.
Ig. Mrs. Zielonka shared hon- !terhood. At the doors greeting
s with her husband as a 'special ~guests will be the two vice presi-
ist. Mrs. Isaac~ Levini, presi- rdents, Mrs. L. Zeients and Mrs. H.
nit, welcomed the guests on be- :H. Miller. Mrs. Gerald Lewis,
Ilf of the sisterhood an~d pre- chairman of the Child Study
!ited Mrs. J. A. Richter, chair- Group, vtill have charge of tables
It;i, \ho introduced members of Iplaying contract and Mrs. Herbert
r committee. She was assisted Kleiman will be in charge of the
I' irs. Adolph Werthelmner, 'Mrs. auction bridge tables. At the con-
II. Kaplan, Mrs. Hermian Homa, clusion of the games, just before
:ts: Gordon Davis, Mrs. Jake Da- the guests. are invited to the din-
s, Mrs. A. B. First, Mrs. L. Zei- ing rqooqMr.HbetFblmn
ifz, Mlrs. H. "H. Mi~iller, Mrs.' Sa- will sing "Because God Made You
je GC. Rose, 'Mrs. 'Harry Rubin, Mine" and "Ah, Sweet Mystery of
'rl. D. L. Slann 'gnd Mrs. Ger- Life."
d Lewis. About 100 griests were A
s$eited. The dinner was~ fol-l ~Wednesday morning the Bible
~ied immediately bir the regular class of Temple Israel will hear
iening services in tlie ~temp~le. an address by Dr. Nancy Meeks
f h .lr r~-LrU.:, ~~


the performers in the one-act plaf,
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Mrs. S. H. Lutsky, president of
Hadassah, is now residing at 852
S. W. Thirteenth avenue. Phone
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53 N. E. 25th Street
Phone 3-1355

ADELMAN PIPE &t STEEL CO.
58 N. E. 25th Street
At F. E. C. R. R. Phone 2-1420

TRANSFER

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COMPANY, Inc.
.48 N. W. Seventh Street
Telephone 2-4838 Miami, Fla.


the unveiling of a tombstone to
his :eor und y atro n, N -

ce etry. Rabi haau o an o

ami Beach, and Cantor Schlach-
man will officlate.

Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation is making his home with
Mr. and Mrs. William Clein, 1860
S. W. Fourth street.


FISHER-ETTES
At Ida M. Fisher High


By Ethyl

"Fisher High Band Be ins Sea
son." If that were in headlines I
would tell you all about it, but
since it isn't I'll tell you anyway
You see, it's this way: some boys
have been p acticing foraneband a

to make their first public ap nt.
ance when we play Edison High

Our night session went off with
a bang. The teachers were afraid
to show us up for fear it might
reflect on their own teaching.
That was luck.

Well, the senior class now
boasts of 47 students. How's that
for a class ? The senior class is
Inow one of the largest in the
school. Last year the seniors did
not start "kicking" for seniorr
privileges" until it was too late,
anl so they -didn't get any until
late in March. So we decided to
get clever and learn from the mis-
takes of others. Anyway, we be-
gan crying for these privileges at
the beginning of the year. Now
we have them. The most impor-
tant is that we get to the lunch
:line three minutes before the rest
of the school. None of those other
privileges even compare to that.

HADASSAH NEWS

The Senior Hadassah meeting of
November 24, which was held at
the Alcazar Hotel, was a meeting
of much interest. The meeting
was opened by the president, who
welcomed all members and their
friends, and particularly welcomed
the members that had paid their
dues since the formal opening on
October 12.
'ihe first number on the pro-
gram was an inspirational mes-
sage written by Dr. John Haynes
Holmes, "Why Palestine." This
paper was read by Mrs. Joseph
Williamson in her usual charming
manner.
The business meeting followed,
with many new and worthwhile
announcements. On December 4
the baked goods' sale is to be held
in Cromer-Cassel's. All persons
please bring their donations there

iFhlleonuing this announcement,

DR. iLUDWIG F. BERNAU i
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Mana-Zucca's beautiful letter of

ace tne~t iv haasa read
thusinemeh Remorts Mere mad abs

chairman of Palestine supplies,
thanked all the members that at-
tended the luncheon-shower which
was given through the courtesy of
Mrs. L; L. Seligman, penny lunch-
con chairman. Over 100 articles
were received at the shower and
they have already been sent to
Palestmne.
The program of the afternoon
was most delightful. Unfortun-
stely, due to illness, Mrs. I. Wein-
stein could not appear on the pro-
gram. She will however deliver
her speech at another meeting.
Misses Sylvia and Goldye Miller,
lovely Junior Hadassah members'
played Polish and Spanish folk
me oies on the vio in and piano.
Miss Hortense Landesman played
:Hungarian gypsy melodies on the

.bau fuall an ood J wih Gurs b
and also a Russian folk song. The
afternoon's program was closed by
'the singing of Hatikyoh by all
:present. The sweet table was
beautifully arranged and refresh-
ments were served by Mrs. L.
Zeientz, hospitality chairman; Mrs.
H. Orlin, historian, and Mrs. Joe
Wiilliamson, ways and means chair.
man.

Hadassah women are all agog
about raising their $5 for the big
luncheon that is to be held in Jan-
nary. Novel ways of raising the
money were discussed at the meet,-
ing. Women interested in raising
this money please get in touch
With Mrs. S. H. Lutsky, president.
'December 2 Mrs. H. Orlin and
Mrs. S. H. Lutsky are giving a
novelty 69-cent luncheon-bridge to
raise their $5. The proceeds of
this affair is to be used for the
Hadassah hospital fund. A nation-
al speaker will be brought here to
speak at this affair.

Miami chapter of Hadassah is
happy to announce that a percent-
age of the proceeds from the
baked goods sale will be given to
the welfare board to help the
needy Jews in Miami. This per-
mission was given to Mrs. S. H.
Lutsky, president, from the na-
tional board.

The following women are to be


Haines on "Mental Hygiene: o t e
Pre-school Child." This will fol-
low the Child Study class which
meets at the temple- at 9:30 every
Wednesday morning. All Jewish
mothers are invited to attend.

The next meeting of Temple Is-
rael Sisterhood will be held Mon-
day, December 7, at Kaplan hall,
when an interesting program will
be presented.

At the meeting of the Miami
jewish Orthodox Congregation,
Nathan Adelman was re-elested
president for his second successive
term. Harry Seitlin was elected
vice president; Max Kupferstein,
secretary; Sam Futterfass, finan-
cial secretary, and William Mech-
lowitz, treasurer. Max Mintzer,
Charles Feldman, P. Augustine
and Max Rappaport were elected
to the board of directors. Tlo
other vacancies on the board w y
be f Hedl f td e nex m eeti g o
the boar 1th offircor.Acrs ill
to present p ans, th ofieswl
be istaled tatthae of rsbangine

LaisdAuxil ary, who were elect-

Mrs. Harry Wilensky of Charles-
ton, S. C., is spending several
weeks here as the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. William Clein, 1860 S.
W. Fourth street.

Due to an Du er th snarn tt
as oe rfte committee responsi-
ble for the suces~s-.of the dinner
of the Council of Jewish Woen
held recently at Temple Israel f
the benefit of the Jewish Welfare
Bureau. At this dinner Mrs. Rose
Goldstein and Lawrence Gilbert of

chrgG GfheR srvc an d hle
prepare all the food.

The .friends of the late Joseph
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The ay ofi
By BRUCE BARTON

A, q3ICEJ M1IIMt~
When I was in Lonbesse
interesting, ad rather
newspaper setide* by the
menterw" ofarkament. 1Al
is P~rawk Oweon
H~e ~reea~e his maiden
in w~hicht he procaimied:
kepes brourght thdr Phrltiament
to being. We wilt make it a
liament of high endeavor."
He hard been NH~l of fin
in those darys. For one thing,
timber men were to have
wages. "W9e got tfhern an
18., Sd. a week," he says, "and
the State sa ked som of the

bates on unemployment and
culture and the mines," hea
"and spoke from the back en
when the heavy guns were at
nes.~
He was twenty-three in t
days. Now he is twentyJ-fiffe,
wiser. Wea hopes have faded,
He thought he was goin
play a large past in changing
land and the Emrpire. Instead
this he is aspendmng has time
swering letters issued by ol
nations oreig us
(.s) To vote for human la4
ter of beasts; (b}) to vote aa

ga) To obd inemas on S
(b) to close em.
4i~-.~ To prhibt sweak
(b) to exteaPd them."
He has about, reached the
clusion that all effort so ul
and that the world is on its
to perdition.
Some of us who are older
tell him from our ownexei
that he is now at the ap
greatest discouragement. We,
came into life full ofdemi
tfon to set things rightfsta
We; were fnrankly critiest of
bungling of our peee
There shourld be no moreslsa
and no delayr
In a couple of years we,
were in the depths of dq
deeper depths than we haw if
been in shnee.
It is not clear to say i
mind just what is the whole p
porse and plan of human life.
two things are reasonablyal
e~nt.
First, it does not seem to bei
part of the~ program to haw 0
miffenium come qufeklyg or
Gain is won only as a result
sweet san bleed, and time,
Second, as we get older we
more clearly how destructive
would be if all the good ideas
yOUth WOFS SHlOW94 t0 hee
mediately effective. The first
Great Reforms in whose rs
myself Isberred were both sc
fal. I think now that both
bad mistakes.
So in our late r yrs we give
the idea of a quckmi~llei
Some of us do it in deep d
agement. Others say: "I cs
Wek the worl, but there L
part of it I can lick, namely,
self. I'B see what I cea


that,"-
It's a good sportingpr
And wrho knoows? Mlayle
sp~rea of that simple ides
real plan.

Dino Greradl, Italian
mirnistr, Ilanded in Asei
oat a parade up8osf
Yorignlr visho mager ai
state lar years,

A Wapmsbeaeu

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HADASSAH

(This is the eighth of a series
of artleles on Bsbadese and
those people whoir have worked to
make it one of .the most impor-
tan~t organizations at workr for
the Jewish good).


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Voumne IV.-NMumber XLVIII.
Friday, Novrember 27, 1931


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'PBE JB~I~R PLO~UDIA~


Page Four


t1 THI


ot miht be raided whils you
were mn it.
Fireman ---- e d' never5 know
when you might hawe' to stop
playing eards t6 go putr out a ~aI'

Gazipp---In the two miles be-
tween. Hickvlle and brmienfNl I
raove by 18 hot dog stands. &
Gazopp-YPot don't mean to in'
f~er that you stopped at WHl the


Ikother--Tommy, take your eas-
torT oin beor la gon to it to

nighother--Tommy, you're Impu-
Aentl
Tommy--NoI ain't, Ma, but the
bottle's empty and' the drug store
is closed for the night.

Algemornon-Esebia, what is it
your father sees in me to obfeet

Eus.ebia---e doesn't see any-
thing in you, Algernon; that's why
he objects.

It' candles were made in the
~shape of a cross some people
Would burn them at all four cor-
ners.

Beware of the mran who says he
loves his neighbor as himself; he's
e~ither a fool or a fibber.

What America needs is a little
more confidence in its confidence
that the worst is over.

British workingmen are up far
arms because they have to pay
sixteen cents for a pint of excel-
lent beer. The lucky stiffs!

Oysterpuff-Didd you hear that
young D~r. Bitterdose has made his
mark already?
Fogg-WThy, that's extraordi-
nrary!
Oygsterpuffi-Not so very. You
see, he vac~cinated a baby.

Friend--Don't -on know that
Spendalot is simply marrying you
for your money so that he can pay
his bills ?
Go~rie--NonsenJef WThy3, he nev-
er thinks of paying his bi~e!

Everybody should not try to do
everything, butt should do one
thing weff. For instance, cowsa can
alwaysr give milk, but hens cannot
do thris. They prefer to lay eggs.

A sphere is a ball such that no
straight line can~ reefine upon it
witheat being bent.

Aesopa~~ges was the authorr of
AePsop's Pables.

Most of the bteanifwl buildngs
in Boston are of the rerirriscews ;
period of architecture.

It is important to staly history
in order that we ~any learn aW
about our descendansts.

Lorenzo de Medfei was the great-
est priae minister England ever
had becsawse he got on so weWP
with ueaen V~cictra*

A finale is --** Mlc diae
wrapped in s can Me ndeiccy


Why isn't the end of t Ia
corner in wrbhhest? h ofa

An IE~rir fo' aarr ----
ta81it is possible e for her to be
a. S Went w nd bp ingo


If I were a posey, I'd be a nose-
gay of vio ete.
If I were a bi~ece of- machineryg,
I'd be a big stteams sh~sovl ohd nn
e~arths new posta0ffiCees and bo
to passersby.
If l were. a bus; I would be a
noiseless one'
If I were a traffic officer, I
would always trnm the~ "Go" sign
toward me.
If I were a fish, I'd be a brook
trout, and keep away from fish-


Under the direction of Itadas-
sah, the Women's Zionist Organi-
zation of America, the first book-
let on "School Hygiene in the He-
brew Schools of Palestine" has
been pubished In Hebrew and in
English. A consignlment ofthe
English.
This book, written by Dr. 1M.
Berachjahu, director of the School
Hygiene Department of the Ha-
dsh Mes ec()Organiz ton ded s
cal manner. The Hebrew edition
is already being bought and stud-
ied by teachers and parents in

sil .iv rea ~ees ishe an aco
of~ the work done and a complete
analysis of' the method pursued
which follows the most modern de-
vel~opment in thris work, adapted to
meet c-ond'itions in the Near East.
Dr. Berachrjahu~ gives the curric-
ulum for the study of foods ars
taught to school children. The
method. of treating trachoma is de-
scribed in full. This is of' especial
interest to the professional as well
as to the layman since the Hadas-
sah Medical Or~ganisation of Pal-
estine has received special c~om-
mendation from the League of Na"
tions Health Commission for its
work in this field. Statistical lists
are given, as well as many pc-
turres illustrating the- method and
results of this work.
The book is one of a series pub-
lished by the Radassa~h` Medi~cal
Organization as part of its
program of preventive medicine
through education of thie pubiei.
Although this organization, snp'
ported by American Jewish w~on-
en, directs a complete health sys-
tem, including hospitals and clin-
ies, it is expanding. its preventive
work as rapidly as possible. The
Straus Health Centers in Jerusa-
lem, and in Tel A~viv, are devoted
to this phase of public health work.
Here lecture courses are given,
clinics in preventive medicine awe
held, practical dietetics is traugkt
to mothers, and appropriate exh~-
bitions are displayed. Dr. Berach-
'ju's book wasi introbdued to the
public in Palestine during one such
exhibition where charts and dia-
grams helped to convey the im-
portance of hygiene in all phases
of life.


ermen were a store, I would be a
gift shop, or a flower~ shop.
If I were a thermometer, I
weard~ stay at the present degree
all n .re a cakee, I would be a
spfey grandmother carke with crisp
sugar on top.
If I were a paintingp~~p~~~ppp~~~pp I would
picture a quiet, samy hill-slope, or
a: Colonial home, or a windopw with
the sun streaming through, andt a
baby laughing in its mother's
arms.
If I were a piece of scabpture, I
would be the miarble bust of a boy
--or the little bronze donkey.
SIf I were a sonset, I would be a
bronae-grey and molten gold,
flecked with aquamarine blue.
If I were a typewriter, I would
type m~y own espy.
If I were a fruit, I would be as
apple or a IPomegranrate, or maybe
a ripe persim~mon.
If I were a bowl, I would be of
cloudy, spring-green esystal, with
i~ndist't''t''tt~inc white vines trailing
/'round me.
If. I were a telephone, I woul4
refuse to register long visits.
That's what I'd be.

Why does ineenstant man ae.
cuse woman of inconstancy ?

Wise~ is the spinster who believes
in the predestination theory.

Nothing is more expensive than
the things that are presented to


Time eents in your poke~t~ win
purehes more than the dollar
some one else owes: you.

The average man seems to se
his3 wishbone more than any other
bone in his body,


A WORD OF CAUTION
In the exuberance of enthusiasm
for a cause which is dear to otheat
hearrt, we are prone to forget th t

eveha e thei dhotsn Io befs and
opinions, even if those opinions
differ wth ous
Mim Beaurs has now embarked
upon an uncharted sea in its at-
tempt to insure to its visitors and
residents "kashrus"' so far as is
humanly possible, A board at first
representative of none but the syn.
agogue, and subsequently adding
to its roster several tourists, is
slowly drafting rules and regular.
tions for its government. It is
wisely veering away from clerical j
domination and attempting to pro- '
ceed in a businesslike fashion. e
However, a word of caution at this Jj
time is advisable. We realize the
difficulties of working with the l
material at hand.. Remember that
what is sauce for the goose is
sauce for the gander. In treating
with butchers everyone must be
accorded the same consideration.
And .. when a butcher decides
to stay away from the self-consti-
tuted governing. board, that action
alone does not, and should not,
carry with it condemnation from
the, kashrus committee. Only when
any suspicion be aroused by ac-
tions .. when definite cause is
given for distrust NOW AND AT
THIS PARTICULAR TIME ...
when admission be refused for
honest and unbiased investigation
...then--and then alone--may
the finger of condemnation be lev-
eked. And the same rule should
be applied as well to the butchers
who have placed themselves under
the supervision of' the kashrus
committee. They, too, should be
above suspicion, They, too, should
Iseep their doors wide open so
that you and I, though not offi-
cails of any kind, may come in
and see, examine and satisfy our-
selves that kashrus is not merely
a matter of form but a matter of
reality.
A splendid man so far as hon-
estyr, ability ass&: integrity is con-
serned has just~ been chosen as
WYashgiach; a very splendid man,
is chairman of thre Beach ha~stus
committee, honest, experience,
and one whom we believe will be
partial.
To an reff~icient, clean, unbiased
an imprartial- administration of
every law of kashrus by this com-
adtteen free from Setiness and
pelrsoal, galeanees fair miinded-
seas arnd absolute liberty frees
delerlel influences and biased
pepini we pledge our undivided


A report reecntly printed by Dr.
M. Berachjahu, head of the School
Hygiene Department of the Ha-
dassah MWredical OthgRnizatiOR ia
Palestine, supported by Hadassahs
the Women's Zionist Organization
of' America, gives most encourag-
ing news about the results of the
work done among the children in
the Jewish schools there, this year.
In his report to Hadassahi Dr. Be-
rachjahu states that his depart-
ment supervised. 25,340 pupils*
They paid particular attention to
trachoma and scalp diseases. Since
Hadaseehkhasi been conducting its
anti-trachoma campaigns it re-
duced the prevalence of this eye
disease from an average of 40.78
per cent to 10 per cent. Two years
ago the ophthalmologists declared
at their conference sad in the
press that the reduction of tra-
ekra~ns in the schools had reached
its ultimate limits. The school hy-
giene department continued trying
to reduce thie figure. Last year
it was redneed by .1. per cent
and this year by an additional .3
per cent, Da. Ber~chtsab pointed
out the increasing dZ~iffica~ of
making even the slightest gains
when the figure is so low. The

helh say tehamtT or 60pe ee


Don't offer to help your neigh-
her when he doesn't need it and
d~ecline to when he does,

While on the subject of jobs,
here are some1 I wouldn't want,
and why:
Gas station attendant-the work
is too standard-isted.
MVilkman--that's not my idea of
the cream of the crop of joba.
Policem~an-your! favorite hanrg.

of the children in the government
srchools are affli~cted with tra-
choma. This pre~sents an impor-
tant contrast. Dr. Berachjahu's ;
report shows that this year the
Jewish sceek~F of TPiberine and
S9afed have beenr rid of the pre.
vail"int sealp disease. The Jewish
schrook of Jerawealem, Tel Aviv and
Haifa had previewsly been cleaned

Mrs. Edward Jacobs, national
president of Hadassah, in core-
menting on this report, expressed
the a~pprciationt of the 50,000
American Jewish women who sup-
port this systes of health work
in Palestine and is happy that us.
dwr such Capable proefe o
guidance thre condition oitte sai a
bean ing h so consfisttently la




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SThe People of the Book

The sculptor dreams his dreams

The pot~te rnpes in elay;
The eholar leavesnush wrds alone,

No mar ble gods the He bre w
wrought,
No tombs to pierce the stars;
Nor columns of Assyria, fraught
With scenes of mighty ware.
For yellow gold the nations fought
For power which passed away;
Their wealth in books our fathers
sought;
And it is ours today.
-E. E. Levinger.


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The Choe O f 80tfes Of 87&&

By PARK BENJAMIN

coe oe of e rdl iare se treer'd lfar aind iide:dd,
By Danube's winding waters, by Hudson's crystal springs,
Delthe myriad descendants of the Prophets and the Kings.
Abroad along the valleys are their habitations found;
They are hunters in the forest and tillers of the ground;
The rising sun beholds them in torrid realms afar,
And on their broken legions looks down the northern star.
In the world's crowded cities, in the prairies of the new,
Unchanged amid all changes, to their faith forever true,
Alike by Niger's fountains and by Niagara's flood
Still flow, unmix'd the currents of the grand, heroic blood.
Ye mourn your lasting exile, your temple strewn in dust,
Ye~t forget not ye the promise of the righteous and the just,
Y'e know ye shall be gathered, from every clime and shore,
And be again the chosen of Jehovah evermore.
From Assyria, Egypt, Elam, from Patmos, Cush, Shinar,
From Hamath, and the islands of foreign seas afar,
From all the earth's four corners, where Israel's children nroam,
Shall the dispers'd of Judah throng to their long promised home.
\nd again, like some high mountain whose tops are crown'd with snow,
Shall the Temple's thousand turrets in the gtilden sunset glow-
And again before their altars shall the congregation stand,
Dn thy plains, O loy'd Jerusalem! 0 happy, holy land.


BpF


November 27, 1981
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The 1111or Jewish FI 'id*

A Page forBos ndGil Conducted by Uncle Judah
Volume 1. Friday, November 27, 1931- evne;T~i'-;-- ~Nme 1

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which pledged Great Britain to
facilitate the re-establishment of
the Jewish National Home in Pal-
estine. This declaration was made
Ait te approval of the other
Illied powers and was issued only
after receiving the express en-
dorsement of the president of the
United States. This solemn pledge
by the Allies and the United
States was written into the law
of nations when the Mandate of
Palestine, which embodied it, was
entrusted by the League of Na-
tions to Great Britain.
Jewish Achievements
"Since the conclusion of the war
the Jews of the world, in reliance
upon these international guaran-
tees, have made notable progress
mn the economic, socia n cu tu a

Jewish achievements have at the
sme fim brug un ue tnaob
of development, as the League of
Nations through its Mandates
Commission has recently declared,
the British administration of Pal-
estine has failed to furnish that
measure of co-operation and as-
sistance which the Mandate ex-
pressly required. In spite, how-
ever, of its disappointments with
the Palestine Administration, the
Jewish people continued to repose
confidence in the British govern-
ment. Now, contrary to the as-
surances given by the representa-
tive of the British government to
the League of Nations, a state-
ment has been issued by that gov-
ernment announcing a policy with
respect to Palestine which is a
breach of its trust and a defiance
of its international obligations.
Jews Will Not Submit

"ti hi wrse uai ons miviola-
"We denounce as utterly un-
founded the suggestion that Jew-
ish development in Palestine has


'f e Zi08181 MOVement Ill Brlef Reyley

Monday, November 2, was the fourteenth anniversary since the
Balfour Declaration was issued. On November 8, 9i and 10, the Amer-
ican Zionists will hold their convention in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
It is therefore a good time now to refresh our memories on the history
of the Zionist movement .
(Continued from Previous Issue)


SoePoints of the
asfeld Declaration
The Passfield White Paper is an
eninsult to the Jewish people
opdchallenge to the League of
Nations. What did Passfield say ?
Tobegin with: No more Jewish
immigrants will be allowed to en-
t Palestine--not for a long while
teould be under control of the
sh ish government. No public
I owned by the government
available for Jews. Palestine
wt to oaea Legislative TCounei u
cil, according to the Passfield
White Paper, "should be of special
benefit to the Arab section of the
population;" the paper continues
to say that the Jews have not done
anything for the Arabs.
The British Government is try-
in to forget that the prime ob-
jnct of the mandate, as was also
of the Balfour Declaration, was to
help "the establishment in Pales-
tine of a National Home for the
Je ih pole This was the
mes imp r ant item in the whole
mandate. In the Passfield White
Paper, however, the attitude ex-
pressed is that Britain has a "dou-
ble undertaking" in Palestine.
First, their duty to the Arabs, and
seon, hirduy othe Jews I
ster wdwsr.h y table shm enty
Palestine of a Jewvish National
Home waos second in connsi elr on
plaints of the Arabs however un-
just they might be.
The British Government thus
made the mandate a worthless
srpof paper, at least insofar as

wolek wrld was esonerned b t~h
relbetrayal by the British Gov-

Reintions Follow Issuance
of Passfield White Paper
Immediately after the Passfield
White Paper was published, Chaim
Weizmann, the then president of
teJewish Agency, which includes
teWorld Zionist Organization,
resigned from office. It was his


way of showing his contempt for
the British Government. By re-
signing he, showed the world that
he refuses to have any dealing,
with the British Government and
its Colonial Office. Felix War-
burg, chairman of the Administra-
tv committee of the Jewish
Agency, also resigned his office
and called the Passfield D~eclara-
tion "a cruel, unfair betrayal of
the Jews." Lord Melchett, presi-
dent of the English-Zionist Fed-
eai an, resigned is offe a
Jewish Agency*
Protest Meetings Held
Pr otest meetings against the
Passfield White Paper were held
in every city throughout thle world
where Jews live. In New York
City 25,000 Jews crowded the
Madison Square Garden and an-
other 25,000 who couldn't get in
held protest meetings in the
streets.
British Officials Protest
Outstanding British officials
also condemned the Passfield White
Paper. The British Prime Mini-
ster then was J. Ramsay Macdon-
ald of the Labor Party. Former
Prime Minmster Stanley -Baldwin
(of the Conservative Party), and
former Pimeh rMi 1 tehr L~leor

Part ) issued statements condemn-
ing te Pass dtldWhitPpeu r a

the Palestine mandate and as be-
ing a breach of the Balfour Dee-
laration.
American Jews Protest
At a meeting held by Jewish
lea ersZ n eict ani ti e office
tober 21, 1930, a day after the
Passfield Declaration was issued,
the following resolution was
adopted:
"Thirteen years ago, the British
Government evoked solemn and
enthusiastic expressions of grati-
tude and ho e from the Jewish
people out the world by is-
sigthe Balfour Declaration


Jerry
tain of
Phillips
tam.


Cohen is this
the wrestling
is captain of


year's caIp-
team. Stan
the boxing


Our tennis players are also go-
ing strong. Scharfman and Beld-
ner are in the first ten ranking
pla es at th ga.s B thl yill no

lege Saturday. Joe Stein and Bob
Cahn are in the second ranking
division.

tiFencing has tnow become an ae
tiiy among te fair sex. ( di-
tor: We believe they have always
been masters of the art). Pauline
Lask is making an attempt at it.

Bee Silver won her first match
in tennis in the woman's inter-
class tennis tournament.

In swimming we have a fellow
who is upholding our race. George
Saltaman is an outstanding mem-
br od tre am.re ywas on t o

Vhe eene nM. sA. U. meet at the


The Jewish players in the plays
given last Wednesday by the Dra-
matics Club received high com-
mendation for their fine work.
Tese playrem were ndB SiltveA
Friedman. The plays drew the
largest audiences ever assembled
to see university dramatic talent.

This week marks the universe.
ty's first homeComing. Elaborate
arrangements have been made for
making it a tremendous success.
Part of the entertainment offered
will be the gym team's exhibition
during the halves of the Miami-
Erskine football game Friday
night. After the game the an-
nual froshi-sophomore rush will be
held. This always carries with it
pleth se item nt and fun. (I


been prejudicial to the welfare of
the Arabs. The contrary is the
truth.h Impro ement in Arab lifee

Mandates Commission have con-
clusively proven, steadily followed
in the wake of Jewish effort.
"We declare the professed adhe.
sion of the statement of the Brit-
ish Government to the Jewish Na-
tional Home policy simultaneously
with a denial of the right of im-
migration and land purchase by
Jews as a travesty of that policy
and as a violation of the declara-


tion by a previous government in
1922, that the Jews are in Pales-
tine 'as of right and not on suf-
ferance.'

PWe ipoinM do te 6c tat tet
bodies the Balfour Declaration, is
based upon the explicit recogni-
tion of the 'historic connection of
the Jewish people with Palestine.'
We declare this connection un-
broken and unbreakable. This con.
nection will subsist despite the
present attempt to nullify the
Palestine Mandate and to reduce
the Balfour Declaration to a scrap
of paper.
"In this hour of keen disap-
pointment, we invoke the sense of
justice of the British people and
Ithe enlightened sentiment of man-

ndeJ wis peole Whe rig sou
continued devotion to our brothers
in Palestine and reaffirm our un-
alterable determination together
with them to go forward with the
historic task of re-establishing the
Jewish National Home in Pales-
tine "
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'Contrary to the ideas of many,
excessive grief for the past glories
of Israel is not required," Dr. Al-
exander K~leinfeld said, in effect,
before the weekly meeting of the
Congregation Beth El Hebrew
Literary Society Monday night.
Dr. Kleinfeld, spiritual leader of
the congregation, also is the so-
ciety leader. Taking for his sub-
ject "Ethical Laws," Dr. Kleinfeld
declared, in quoting from a volume
on the sulaje t, that tsh ethical re
account the fact that man is not
perfect. The basis of all morality
is laid down in the Ten Command-
ments, he said. Choir practice
also was held. The meeting was
held at the Community house, 414
Seventh street, where another
gathe ing iso sheduled0.for Mon-


Mr. Murray Kellman, 724 Penn
street, and Mr. Raymond Kassin
were visitors in Miami Sunday.
On the return trip they were ac-
companied by Mrs. Kellman, who
has been spending several days in
Miami.

Local residents who motored to
Miami Sunday included Mr. J.
Goodmark and son, Mr. Dave Katz
and Mr. J. Schupler.

The Parent-Teacher Association
of the Beth Israel religious school
held its semi-monthly meeting at
the temple. Mrs. Sam A. Goldstein
presided. Following the short
business meeting in which a keen
interest was demonstrated, Dr.
Carl N. Herman, who is leading
the Child Study and Parent-Tramn-
ing group, took charge. The main
feature was a paper by Mrs. Her-
man on "The Various Character-
istics That Mark the Five Ages
of Childhood." She quoted from
"An Introduction to Child Study,"
by Ruth Strang, and "Psychology
of Childhood," by Edgar James
Swift." The next meeting will be
held on December 14, when Dr.
Herman will present the subject,
"Discipline." The class was aug-
mented by several new members.

Mr. Dave Sontag of Miami has
been .spending several days in
Wst Palm Beach on a business
visi

Mrs. John Wolf was hostess to
the Beth El weekly card party on
Sunday night at her home, 718
Kanuga drive. Six tables of
bridge were in play, with prizes
for each table. Delicious refresh-
ments were served by the hostess.


th'PhBet F IS seroornectinhe d
Tuesday evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sneider, 727
Sunset road. First nomination of
officers took place, a social hour
followed and delicious refresh-
ments were served by the hostess.

Friday evening at 8:15 regular
service r villR o held inn aem n
of West Palm Beach. Dr. Carl N.
Herman, the rabbi, will officiate.
Services have been marked with
excellent attendance. An invita-


tion is always extended to the
many visitors among ou r brethren
who are in the Palm Beaches.

Beth Israel Sisterhood is spon-
soring a card party Sunday eve-
ning at the home of Mrs. J. Wolfe.

eal N. Be an, ehim a is. i
charge of the affair.

Dr. Carl N. Herman has been
onele We as the prpo rm di pctor
Omicron sorority. This national


BURIAL SOCIETY MAKES
PAYMENT ON ITS PLOT

An important meeting of the
Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery
Association was held Monday
night at Beth David auditorium.
Arrangements were made for an-
other payment on the mortgage
held on the cemetery. A supper
to acquaint the people of Greater
Miami with the work of the or-
ganization has been planned, as
announced in these columns else-
where.



The social committee of B'nai
Israel synagogue headed by Mr. I'
Fuchs entertained last Sunday
night at a card party in the com-
munity center, when quite a large
number of guests were present.
Prizes were given for high scores
and refreshments were served. In
charge of arrangements assistmng
the chairman were Messrs. Baum-
garten, Gelman, Boston, Hankin,
Gordon and Miller.

Tonight Rabbi Lazarus Lehrer
will address the congregation at
the late Friday evening services
on "Contributing, Praying and
Warring." The usual congrega-
tional singing and chanting will
be led by the rabbi.

Tuesday night a shower was
tendered Miss Lena Heller, bride-
elect of Mr. Peristein, at the home
of Mrs. Bernstein, South Fifth
avenue, when Mrs. Bernstein and
Mrs. Katz were hostesses. All the
members of the Ladies' Auxiliary
and the Young Ladies' Club at-
tended. Many beautiful gifts were
presented by the more than sixty
guests attending. Cards were
played and delicious refreshments
were served.

December 6 will see the wedding
ceremonies uniting Miss Lena Hel-
ler to Mr. Perlstein of this city.
Rabbi Lazarus Lehrer will offici-
ate and the entire Jewish commu-
nity will be the guests at the din-
ner that will be served in the
community house.

Full details of the Chanuka play
that will be presented will be an-
nounced in the next issue of the
J wis sFloridian dR reshment

of entertainment will be given.

Visitors here this week included
Miss Argintar and fiance of Tam-
pa, who will spend a week with
Mr. and Mrs. Max D~avis.

Mr. and Mrs. P. Willen enter-
tained recently at a card .party for
the Young Ladies' Club. Prizes
were awarded for high scores and
refreshments were served.
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LIVE CATTLE WILL
BE BROUGHT HERE

The Atlantic Butchers' Coerpora-
tion, headed by Louist western
will bringf live cattle from nsto e
states to Miami this season ob
kosher killedl locally, in an effort
to give employment to local people
aud to insure strict kashrus and
quality beef.
The Mliami Beach kashrus com-
nlittee appr'oved' Mr. Druckerman's
l"osnition at its committee meet-
ilw hed this week and announced
that they would encourage the im-
porting of primesctl to ihis ter-

Wester~n prime steers and lambs
will ber brought here and saugh
iter'ed by~\ the local "shochtim"bu-
der the supervision of local ra bis.

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MCIAIMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
1545 S. W. Third Str bbi
ISAAC M. WAPN~ER, Rab
JONAH E. CAPLAN,
Associate Rabbi of~~
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan o ey
Yor~k will be the principal speaker l
at the late Friday ev-ening serv'icesf j
Iwih wllbsna 8 o'clock.
~atr Nnhab7 ijiro c iill but l
the service. The ulahour will fol-
to attend. A social hu i fl
low. Saturday moringnf services
begin at 93 o'clock.

CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(Conservative)
139 N. W. Third Avenue
S. M. MACHTEI, Rab i
The guest speaker at the <
o'clock service will be Mlr. Ben
Axelrod, Miami attorney, and a
niember of the board of trustees
of the Jackson Memor~ial Hospital.
He will speak on "Opportunities
of the Jew for Public Service in
America." The services will be
conducted by Rabbi S. M1. MIach-
tei and Cantor Louis Hayiman will
.chant the ritual. Every~one is wel-
come at the services.. A social
hour will follow.
Tomorrow morning the services
will begin at 8:30. The Sundlay
school classes will meet at 10 a1.
m. and the Adult Bible Class at
10:45 on Sunday morning.

TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
137 N. E. Nineteenth Street
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi
This is Sisterhood Sabbath and
the entire services will be conduct-
ed by representatives of the Sis-
terhood of Temple Israel. Follow-
ing is the program:
The presidents of the Sisterhood
are to take charge of the services.
Those taking part are Mrs. M\.
Dobrin, Mrs. H. I. Homa, M~rs. I.
L. Seligman, Mrs. I. L. Rosendorf
and Mrs. Isaac Levin. Mr. Henry
Williams will lead the memorial
prayer. Mrs. Leonard Epstein will
give the address and Mrs. Hannah
Spiro Asher will be at the organ

aindging diers. tJ ke nvies icair
man of the religious observance
committee.

BETH ABRAHAM
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
545 N. W. Fifth Avenue
ISAAC M. WTAPNER, Rabbi
Friday evening services will be-
gin at sundown. Saturday morn-
ing services begin at 8:30 a. m.,
with Mr. A. Liebowitz chanting the
services. The public is invited to
attend.

CONGREGATION BETH JACOB

3H1 Wasrhontdonx)Avenue
Miami Beach
L. AXELROD, Itabbi
During the absence of Rabbi
Axelrod the services will be in
charge of Cantor Boris Schlacn-
Sman, who will conduct the services


an la in the chanting of the
srvices an b h eA congregational
si mig. West PalmeBander Kllein-
the guest speaker. Tehaec puiIc i
invitd toattend.d Rabbi Klein.

Beth El of West PalmoBac antio
is a well known Conservaaine
rabbi.

organization affords its members
a two-year course of study along
th Ine of 1 bral mrs hTheF class

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