The Jewish Floridian

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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:
October 7, 1932
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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Miami Veterans

Of Wars Organize


The orgnlB.. e F. V Miami

of All Wars by a vote of the
members, who also voted t6 turn
over all property of the old or,
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Dispensation to the B. E. F. of
Miami tebeo a part of the nVet.

by Harry H. Farr, organiser nd
commander in chief of the na.
tional organisation, which has its
headquarters in Miami.
Mr. Farr pointed out the restric-
tions in membership of other vet.
eran organizations were a handi-
.cap. and that the Veterans of All
.Wars, open to all veterans with
honorable discharge, could work
with a purpose and scope broad
~enough to consider the bonus qees-
tion and other matters pertaining
to ex-service men.


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Rabbi Caplan to
Preach at Services

With Rabbi Jonah' E. Caplan
preaching and Carntor Rabbi A.
8. Wiedel chanting the services,
Yom &ipper will be paerea In
.Bunday evening promptly at 6
o'clock with the Kol Nidrei ser'-
lee, the choir assis~tins the Cantor,
at the Miaml 'Jewish Orthodox
reagregtion. Pollowlag Ath gel
Nidrei, the Rabbi will preach on
"Vows andi Resolutions." Monday
'morning: the services w~ill begia
'wht'b t~he hchris at 8 o'clock. At
10 o'clock tite IRabbi will pireach
immediately before the Ylaskr or
'Memorial services. Hiis subject
:wil be, "The Dea Are With Us."
'At the closing services the SRabbi
waill preach on "T~he Ga~tes o
Reaven." During the` day a speelal
children's service 'erill ~held with
the memrrbers of the T o~iCd Trah
and Sunday Sohooelr.4ah pat.
'Thi`e~ilc 3tir ur~High Hol-
idapys have jeen nbteworthy be-
cause of the decorwne and the sol-
emnity of the prayers. liseppnsive
reaqdJig in E~nglish of the mrost
im~oirtanbt prayers have been led
by the Rabbi.


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Appeal to Be Made
At Beth David

An appeal by Stanley C. Myoers
of ~the Steeriag Commrqittee~ of Beth
David Synagoague for a partlelpa-
tion of the general public in Bteth
David aiffair, will be made dtrint i
YopI Kipper, aLc~cordngto an an.
neanceement moade by the oftlelals.
At the Kol NJidrei aiervos begin-
ning SundayS altbf; October 9~th
at 7 P. M., Rbebi Carl Pressr wil
preach on "Whither MImkinld."
Th~e Yiskorr services Idomci~yl morn-
ing w~il. be ~in charge ~f Rabbi
Press, wrho_ w~ll talk on "Tradi-
tion." At t)(elos;ing NeiLh ser~v'
iee Monday evening Babbla AMss
will preach onr "Hopp?' "
Cantor Lquis Hayman will chant
at all the aspices on Yom Kippur.


-ucCs Plans
Are~~~~ Aldbll


a special program is being pre-
pared~ for- Yom Kipper which will
hegsin with the Klol Nidrel service
Sunday eveoning at 6 P.M. Cantor
Boris Seblachmnan is belag rPeis
by Mcr. Giraybard in the cheating'


of the traditional prayers. San- hte i ubi ul el
tagy nighft the Rabbi Mill btal on ises it or as theb Americani news-
"At-One-Mant." ~papers have carried on during the
SSol' Gorden, one of the Talmuid depres~alo a la prosperity. They
TPorah pupils .of Beth Jacob, woil have not arte for rollef, although
speaks during these services. Mo~n- revenue was seriously reduced;
-day morning lit the Yisher or Eh- few have failed; and they have not
morial services Cantor Schlashatan curtailed to any extent in their
will lead -with Rabbi Amelead service to the people.
preaching on "A~aent." Special Dean Carl W. Akermnru of the
prayers will be mreelted for the Columbiar School of Journalism, in
members of the opagregation who -his annual report to President
.passed away since laSt Bosh Hash- Nicholas Marsay Batler, sai8
one.. Stanley Weinkle will speak newspapers have been "better
on behalf of the Talmnud Torah mandg~ed than banks, industries
pupils on Monday morning. and government" during this pe-
riod, and there has been~ no de-
Clcline iw the-~amount of news plb-
Sond 00I 10 l ished or in the character and

Register Pupilsr qriaityof reportorial standards.dclaed
pagitraion the undy a"Theare ha e been fewer merger
9crA1=eool ofthe Miami Jewish Ort~ho- s r

JonahE. Cplan n chrge. The lare bodies ofinld vadu invest-~
school ill bregaion wimm ediatly afte or.Nwppr hv ensn

traine teaher Syandu with Ra po h rsshspoe isrgtt
gramdesgne to ivethepupls suges better o methoidsa fogves-
a hoo ugh E goundng in the prin- ermtoridsryndarcl
cipesofJudis. ll emer tre The npaer hase canrriedrr
taind thosher livng int othwes pon, tevpen a ha s, rolzng its re-h
gar eurgned to rgister immeditely sponesiblty bto mthe ommunityand


At a meeting of the Ladies' Ax-
Iliary of the Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congegation held at the Syn-
aglogue lrat Tuesday afteronon
plans for the entertainment of the
children of its Sunday Blehool and
Talmud Tnanh at its annual Sumh?

affair will Mbe Mrs. ~ath A e

;Morris Rapaport aild MrsFL. J. x1


Iws, heard the
rhen he was la
I and brought a
players over to
Js museum on
ong before he
aircus business.
tody the most
al instrumeatd.
~meerc 'dat
Isof the gr~
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the heat ob-
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So8nomar, Cal-
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almost as


tonight on "Equality of All Human
Beings," beginning at 8:15. Mem-
bers should make a special effort;
to attend. Sunday ~evening in
ushering in the observiance of the
holiest day of the Jewish year,
the Day of Atonement, Rabbi K~ap-
lan will lecturer on "The Fourth
/Principle of Judaism; Original
Parity, Not Original Sin." A spe"
cial program of music has been
provided Monday morning ser-
ices will begin at 10 A. M., with
the Rabbi preaching on "Freedom




"An Inventory~ of Mind and
Heart." In the afternoon services
will begin at 1 o'clock with the
Rabbi preaching on Be ward and
Punishment." At 4:80 special me,
morial services wpil be hebld.


St.Petersburg


The Jews of St. Peteraburg will
again hear Cantor Nathan Wroo-
bel when he will chant the Kol
Nidrei services ushering in the ob-
slervranee of Yom Kippayr at the
Bnai Israel C~onagregation. Monday
morning the Gantoir wil agala
chant the services in traditional
style, and will lead the Yiskor or
memorial services. During the
Yom Kipper services Cantor Wroo.
bel will briefly explain ~the sig-
nificance of the day. and its ob-
servan~e. '
At the Reform Jewish Congre-
galtion of St. Petersburg Babbi A.
S. Kleinteld will be in charge nd
will a~bant the services Yom Kip-
do ay Surndaqyl:~i;. al~kA
sinpa with ieach ~on ~.


ladles to the worshippers immedi-
ately after the services in the
Sueeah of the Congregation. Mrs.
Traeger is in charge. Saturday
morning Mrs. Harry Simons will
.be hostess to the worshippers of
the Congregation immediately
after the services in celebration of
their son Teddy's Bar Mitzva.
Simehas Torah evening Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Adelman will be hosts
to' the Congregation in the Sweash*
Following the business session an
interesting address was made by



BenefiE ho


10 BeStaged

The local Veterans' B. E. F. or-
ganization is sponsoring a benefit
show this coming Tuesday eve-
ning, October 11th, at the Temple
'Theater, with a east that is sel-
dom seen anywhere in the country.
Among the artists that will ap-
pear are Wells and Winthrop,
Crodd and Words in a novelty
"Passled."
George Christie, former Radio-
K~eith-Orphetlm star; Chester rl-
exander, master. of ceremonies at
the Club Bagdad; "Rosalia," Club
Bargdad sensation; and : Mr. Bill
Pecks and Mae Bose will present
their farmous "Rosebuds," in adi.
tion to their own artistic speelal-
ties. Mr.~ Lee Cantqr and1 Mae
Abeford will offersaeveral no a e~
and it. Chester Alessader~ .(4
his comedyp eifafo. Miss Ef-
leen Sallivan wlB~ present the -
dad Begggy: Chosres~p 14 apw a

platy'sqisb of the opep .


society. It has marintained a level
head in the midsrt of calamity
howlers. It has commended and
condemned public actions secord-
ing to its own ideas, but it never
aurrenderend fat nthe future o


almost umitedly against g~overn-
mental and national courses which
!they believed dangerena to the

when politicians and congress ab-
jetlyn retreated before organized
The press la a human institu-
tion and may differ la its interpre-
tations and opialeas. But it is
ever patriotic and loyal, courage-
ously fightingl for thLe right as it
sees the rightt: The newpapaer is
a necessity. It meetsr new compe-
tition and new conditions surccess-
fully. It is jusrtified in being
proud of the requ~rd.


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stion of many
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Joyrce Larne, Mack and Hack,
"Bertrons," Joe Lyrcell, the Bag The Senior Charpter of Miami
.dad string duo, Jack Taylor, Tom-l Badassah is making arrnge-
my Staford,' and many ~otheis ments for a novelty luncheon for
wdi l alo appear. Monday, October 24th, at which
Producer~ Frank Davis is re-timre the officers elected at the
hearsing a number of smiles, sig-I elcose of the lrast season wRill be for-
'gles, and 'real "otat loud" leagrlba mally installsl into o~fife. Ae-
-iill Sebaon the entire predkitoao oordingr to an annorunement by the
. The B. E. F. Show is speaored :Pradent, ` Mrs.: Prods


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Beach Services Press Carries On

Attract Throngsl It 161 ,,,,,,,,,, tht
reprint the to ~rint editor~
Because of the large number dL hich appeared in a recent leas
Mliamians wRho have attentled serv. of The Misai Herald. PartieP
lees during Rosh fHashone at the Th washFordurn th
Beth Jacob Synagog, Midami Beach, only Jefish weekly la Florlds
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As a result of the activrityr oft

David a large attendsoce asora
ene at the recent HighnIHoiday~
ereices at the Synagoape. Flrass
for a mem ers ip drive which will
begin shortly after Yom Kipper
are now being made writh the goal
of four hundred members being
set. An effort will be made to
increase Friday night attendance,
and to interest the pubie in Beth


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Tali best' 'h t3 136P~ 5i uatrt1 wind
ui p the YomZ Kipper fast to get a
real, clesa and eajoyale laugh .

N ext Sunday add~iutage,~October
9th, religiours scaool Of TFemple
Israel will report for actual ~begin.
Sing of work. Those wishing to
Stake Hebrew lessons under Rabbi
Kleinfeld will please register. at
Sthe office sol that proper arrange.
ments may' be mae.

Mrs. Nathan Abramson and son
SAlvin restrned to the city Thurs.
Sday monrnin after having supnt
several months visiting her alar-
ttives and friends~ in Springfiebld,
Masa.

Mir. Harry Simon received news
that his sister had died saddealy
in her home at MinneappS4lies Mispn,
the first day of Rosh Bashono.

Emanah Chapter O. E. S. will
celebrate its fifth birthday anni-

season Octaebr 13th at the Scot-
tish Rite Temple beginning atvesr 8 te i m tn o h
P. M. when a very interesting ~pro-
gram will bepresented. Enter-
i'tainment and refreshments will be
!provided. All Eastern Stars are
cordially invited.

On Saturday morning, October
'15th, the first day of Sulccos, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Simons of city
will celebrate the Bar Mitzva of
their son Teddy at the Miami Jlew.
ish Orthodox congregation, 1545 S.
W. Third St. After the services
they will be hosts at a K~iddesh in

their friends are invited. 1

Mrs. Michael Arnold of Coral
Gables, who has spent several
months visiting relatives and
Friends in New York City, returned
to her home this week for the Hol-
idays*

Theo eremoinyoof t ashlich
in Beth Jacob Congregation, Mi-
ami Beach en masse when Rabbi
Lazarus Axelrod and the entire
congregation proceeded to the
ocean front and there, with prayer
books in hand, carried out the
eastom of "casting their sins into
the ocean." This took place im-
mediately after the Mincha serv-
ice the second day of Rosh Ha~sh-
ono.

Temple Israel Sisterhood made
plans for the month at the meet-
ing held Monday in the temple.
Mrs. Isaac Levin, president, pre-
sided, and in a brief address told
the group the value of cheer and
friendliness at the present time.
The meeting was the first of the
fall season and was marked by a
large attendance.
Other speakers were Major K.
SMandell, whose subject was "The
Influence of Women in Affairs of
Today"; D. J. Apte, president of
the congrgeation, who presented
some problems to the Sisterhood,
and Dr. J. H. Kaplan, who talked
of the responsibility of the times.
Mrs. H. I. Homa opened the
meeting with prayer. Reports
were made by Mrs. Harry Nevin,
Mrs. Morris Cowen, Mrs. Gerald
Lewis and Mrs. H. G. Miller.
Beatrice Hunt sang "Fromth


Land of the Sky Blue Water" and
"To the Sun." Frances Tarboux
was accompanist,
Xt was announced that an after-
noon bridge party will be given
October 18 at the hope of Mdrs.
J. Simpson. An .eyeing recep-
tion will be held October 21 and a


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Baai S. M. uaebtei, founder
rand dircrtorr of theBradio Syns l
sego, wall pnreah at 11 o'clo-f
onSunday mornmg over WIlOD
on "Forgiveneiss. The sermon
wil be Yictb tP Ysa gip
tk Iky of Atonement..I Is adi-
ti a o th wrmron adWr uilb
prayers, music, and a question be .

Halloween party ud the ans-
pices of. the happy day committee
will be given -Otober 29.
I New meberstr accepted were
Mrs. Judith Mandel, -Mrs H~erben
Sepler, Mrs. M. G~oldweber and

M ftr te-pcm a social hour
was -held with-Mrs. Jack sernstein,
M.]~rs..BertRiser an~d Mrs. J. A.
Richter in charge.
M3rs. Henry f. WIilliams will be
in vbarge of the program that will
be presented at the next meeting
of the Sisterhood in Nlovrember.

A board meeting of the Senior
Hadassah will be held next week.

The Hebrew Athletic Club is
making plaps for a gala minstrel
show that will be presented to the
public ander the direction of Milton
Klein who Iazs had considerable ex.
perience in directing minstrels and
other shows and is anxious to have
those interested in this work com-
manicate with him. On October
20th the Club will present a play
and ten acts of vaudeville at K~Iap-
lan Hall, full details of which will
be anounced in ouar next issue. On
October 30th the Qlub will hold a
benefit dance at the Coral Gables I
Country Club for the benefit of its
club house fund.

Mrs. Harry M~arkowitz will be
Hostess at a membership tea at' her
6....*** edina Ave. Cravl
GabesonWednesday afternoon,
IOctober 19th, Ifor the benefit of
SBeth David Sisterhood, from 3 to
5 o'clock. The organization will
shortly sponsor a series of card par-
ties for the benefit of the Talmud
Torah. This coming Succos Mrs.
J. Engler will hea4 the committee
for the.asual reception and enter-
tainment in the Succah of the Con-
grega* *
Mrs. Harry Dubler is convalese-
ing at the Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital from a serious operation she
underwent last week.

Dr. A. Lustgarten has returned
~to Miami from a vacation trip of
four weeks.

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Berenson
and son, Stanley, have returned to
their home in .the Granada apart-
ments after a visit in Boston, their
former home.

The Dramatics League of Miami i
will shortly present a play, "The
Curse of Mateela," written and
podu ed by Mura rsmn
te exact time of w ich Gil me ,
nounced in an early issue,


The first mreeting of the current
season for the Junior Council of
Jewish Women was held is the
Blue Room of the Poncoe de Leon
Hotel last Monday night wheQn im-
portant plans for the season were
diseassed. A large number of
measbers and guetsf were present
and enjoyed the program presented
and the refreshments served. The
first of a series of benefit bridges
wi rbeeld with M m iriam
bome on Wednesday evening, Oe-
tober 19sth, beginning at 8 o'elock.
The public is invited to attend.

On Monday, October 17th, Janior
Hadasseh will be hosts at a dinner
in the home of Miss Dorothy Roth,
2901 S. W. 4th St., beginning at
7:30 P. M, to mark the formaal
opening of the winter's activitis.
Idiss Bede GoldenbtlLa is chair-
iFnan w~ith Miss Dorothy Roty as-
siPrat chairmanl, aided by the
members of ~the Board~ of Diree-
tomrs. FPull detail swill be pub~-
lished in our next issue.

Mliss Franes Kane, who re-
,turned to the city recently after a
seven moth's absnce during
wrhich she: appeared on the R. L ,Q.
vaudeville circuit, was again seen
last Friday night at Bayfronat Park
when her~ dancing received ~a very
enthusiastic ~ovatio~n and compelled
her tor give an encore. Monday
night she appeared in a Gypsry
number at the Miami Biltmore
Country Club at the D~oherty testi-
monial dinner. Miss Kane is co'4
SPleting her course in musicat the


The Junior Council of Jewish
Women will be hosts at a girls'
break dance in the Beth David Trl
mud Torah Hall on Nrovemrber 6th,
with Miss Henrietta Hirsch. as
chairman of the arrangements
committee. Plans provide' for a
program of entertsmnment in ad-
dition to the? dancing.

A Board meeting of the Junior
Council of Jewish Women will be
held at the home of Miss Fay Shel-
don- in the Granada apartments,
on -Tuesday, October 11th. All
members are urged to attend,

An important meeting of the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami
J5ewish Orthodox Congregation will
~he held next Tuesday evening, Oc.
tobher 11th, at the Synagogue, be-
ginning: promptly at 8 P. M. Mrs.
Ida Buckstein, the president, urges
all members to attend and bring
a friend with them. A noministing
committee will be appointed at this
meeting to recommend officers for
the coming year. Plans for the
work of the organization for th~ I
coming year will be announced. A
program of entertainment will fol.
low the business meeting and re-
freshmentsj will be served.

Registration for Talmud Torah
children at the Miami Jewish Or.
thodox Congregation is being con.
ducted daily from 3:30 to 4:30 at
the Synagogue by the Rabbi, Jonah
E. Caplan, in charge.

Joe E. Brown, noted screen
comedian, is again with us for a
show full of hilarity and mirth-
rabisng stunts. As a tenderfoot
from the glorious West, he comes


to the great city and then there
ensues a series of events that
keeps one laughing and gasping
for breath until the show is over,
In "Tendertoot," showing at the
Tivoli Theater this coming Sunday
and Monday, Joe E. Brown is at


David Sunday School dircee by cam out 4a e was1 rith 811 w
Stanley C. My~ers, and the eate onealtt h~~e r."~ i i
Talmud Torah. Members oflfL jli' qr car d- -L-
the committee are Frank Which remaind me of the fe
W\eintrmaub 120 Ackerman, Ions who Jtokr fa-of a 9ontg
W'einkle, M. J. Koplowitz, Dr. -A. 3 ;rptJshn I,
E. Rosenthal, E. Friedman and "Hugh,"i. Agid: his cmag
Harry Markowitz. "donl'(,,gon payL ~ j's imlan
*pickr your te ,ina publing"(l
M/-s.i Charles Feldman returned
to the city last Friday after hav- `- '
ing spent~ a month in the North
visiting relatives apd ~friends
there.

A chlarity bridge was sponsored s
last Wedlnesay ~evening by, Mrs. LkC
M6attie Kuperberg at her home for 'FQ
the eneft o a nedy fa ily
After an i'ce course was served,
wirizeswereawarde to 3(rsRos
Byers, Mrs. Dora Augpst, Mbrs. '
Dave ~Golde Mrs. Jewell Hollandl-
ler, Mrs. Frances Duckerman and;
Mrs. Ella T. Kaiser. t

A well-attended meeting of thel~ -
Hebrew Athletic Club was held at! t I q ;
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-I
gregation last Wednesday night
when reports of committees were
given. The Y. M. C. A. granted
the use of its gymnasium for bas-
ket ball practice every Thursdayi
night. Plans for the playing of'
volley ball so that every member'
of the organization could partici-
pate, zwere 4.icussy lf~iri t
game playeda in the volley ballL
tourney by a team of the club was
won by a good margin. The next tl "i
meeting of the organization will~~ut~l a~;- .~~
Sbe held at the same place next
WICednesday.


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By M~bILTON ~A. FRIEDMAN

I'rt M,::PalbikgacIg~ j15t~ ha p"
py-a Wtlell, F'm back onr -he job
again giving you a play by play
d~escrip~tion -o activities at the
University. D~id 0 lhear~ someone
887, !~hat UniVeraSty?" 1 al.
most forget to tell -you that I am
ROW &rt thestate ,institution. Nope,
yedIe wrong athisr time, I don't
mean Raitord, but the U., of:Fla.
Really, folks;ithg great up here
and I'm enjoying every minute of
it Being new on -the campus I
gapighb j~ust -as well have been a
dtum freshman. BIut that is neith.
ey thewe.. now. there *Ilmagine,if
you will, 2,300 students in 22
14jldings, grers upgq n..acres pt
grass- and ,trq~e ge;yepd ,seempup,
.five pr~ ait iatgletjp: fields, tennis
courts, gymngsiums, at pool, and
lask lystreetsk least, Pe~rheaneathirty


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mi, Flld c~_lon 2-1188
Itered as second-cla~ss atter July P,
at the Post Ottlee' at M~iami, Fla..
r the act of March 3, 187I~ ~ ~
WtEST 'ALYl IBgACH OF olIQB
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beadfutlaraternity houstlis a -Unir
versity Ave. This is but a. saltl
glimpse bt the U. Is it something
or is it something?
You should have been here the
first week- when trattraitiesr saart*
ed Sto give newi~ men the;.worksr. I
know now w~here othe. expirssion
eame, "Tke everyt~hig you hear
with a grain of salt, and don't be- i
lieve all you see." However, itl'a
all.i thp apirit,of fun and friendly
rivalry ,and a good time is ha~d by
all. It is intepFsting to npte that
those frat boys who w~elcom~ed ~you
so enthlggiasticarlly ~but a short time
previously, take so ~muely dFelight
in.ma~cking it ~ppcomfortable to gjt
down Aut a little whily later. D~o
99 gSet, whrat~ I~ mean!. InR other
worqd$, ~pisd les are not made for
canoes only. _This is what makes
UP cplege life,, so, each phst bear
Up ~ppeg the~ Istrai;C sd take it all




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Wrebstehi, 14o~ F~rinan,- H~oward
Zaleman,'Ernest Webisr, Leonard
lieldmanru, Louis ~Farlk, and Edward
Rot.
:, Shi Beta Delta honored one of
it~s largest groUps o-f neopliyte~s at
its pjghth fnappl pledge banquet
Sunday~ pyening, Sept.; 25th, in' ;the
Dri~vate dinigbg rooni of the Publix
F;t~ed,~Talks~g~iven by alumni from
(qlidaa, .gquthn Opp~ina4. and Iowa
(q~aturlsi the prq~gran). Joseph
Wqeil, .,distiffguise4ei p professor of
.lQppfinqigg,,t~~tpt,0 J.Uand, chapter
faculty ,adtiesr, als9 save 4 bief f

IInbr of thre chapter are:
EaTZ~irsh, Dave hlorria, foe Pink-
Ap~s, ceol~ogitaky, Georte Mshl-
magn, Albe~ IIorrvity~7 Rayzpoynd I;al-
pern, Isadore Moscovitz, Philip
HowsJer, H~arold ,Schwtartz, Morris
gilot~t )ighel Roa0gypippyg, Jyving
Jhipps,NFa ) eIil, ]F8lix fgicksteia,
Big l.iptpn, zis arylsyggaliwyy .Si-


-mm ip~ton, Phil Breman, an Al.l
Cause410 r *e *`
the pledges include'? ieon Ep.
stein, Jpe, gaters dblton A. Fried-
man, Sid` Zuckermaiin, William
3fe~el,g!y l yj?~~Jpy r Whygs Mjard
Marks, Morrja WNolfe, Edward tur-
wvits, Dglve,Roita~lteg EFrnest f jil-
ton, Ely, Kats:,,_ f~o 7 $91pneider,
Morris Schenider, q1.~ Nathan, Al.
Richter, and Sam Blrnkrant.
This week~ the intramzural horse-
shoe contest begins. Ilt is raopin-
cidence that ~outiet all the, rats
q+it4 e: esppus Tep: apd Phi B,,~D.
had to be ~matched stainst each
other in the very first round. You
can imagine for yourselvesm the
spirit -of excitementtht pervades
the. atmosph~zere, ..)fay. the, Agate
test ;.win. .,184ff sa~ip:l ,
.. IPverything an~ust; have an. end-
ing im~d .this is it. Till w~e meet
again, au revoir, adf weidersehen,
bon jour, adios, so long.


it afas, your .worshipt"

"I see," said the man who lreds,
"that over. in .Austraia ithey- hast
'ea'rtThworms teak feet long." t-
"Yeah?" growled the old mar-
ried grouch. ,"Well, over here there
are plenty of them between five
:and sirlfeet talLw~hoa~rre.worn to
a frazzle earning money for fam-
ilies who ~are trying- to iceef up
with the Joneses."

"If your wife~ is so disgusted

divorced" asked the friend.
.".Mdainly because sheld find the
~evenings tot lonlg and lonesome
without Jme there to lcture,iI im-
agine,"' repsliedl theta eihappy obe.


At3 capjtaBin sa~id to his etsergeimt,
Sergeas owe'ro gop~ to ,have
hat military..fanerral soon, and I
anrt irpowrto seew-9bat the snensare
hereUghly dz~lled.". ta iwa .
"Very well, sir," said the ser-
eaint, who .was, oite of the most
ha~rd-boiled") men in the ~armny,
nd ~he started hrou~gh their places, inrthe funeral
rill. '-Having opened tBhe i ranks,
o as to admit of the passing of
hre supposed c~ortege, he ordered
he men to "rest on their arms
eveased." ,Then by wnay6 of prac-


2OUghts

t this tile wbhen it is only
wr that wen~comrmelityn the bes
ring of ar New ~Year in BTawish
we can sympathies w~ith, our
bis who endeavor, to bring a
h vidwpoint late~ their. discus-
~of sigidfiicaneq of thesg days.
have- hea~crd comments~ at the
of Roshlla~shone servipps dte-
idprimarily to, Q~e emarks of


ing. I 't brings .tb' as. the thought mrubtfrill. la?~ (qtlstd p tei
that all tool g3fePt lies Ilamant his a~PpetiYB,frats.,J.~l! yill.a6so~ell,of
our minds, thes,!hortness of life. 49-y ralptivities,
We loolpeabop)f a~~,4ghpy to onr ;T:~- e. iAlmln i cotitgen includes ,
selves.that last yearcassandtpo was Eiray qngs,-Sumner Bqron,, Tylits"
her~e, and today he is missing froln Fr~iedmaqg, Al. RiheAl. Kahn,1
obur midatr Jind;~cgqq~s find out- Al; Cael, A. 19athan, Sam Kan-t
selves, y~eetfjlegn quPI9,,$14ose who ppr, lifRoth, 84m Harrris, Simon w
may be m~j~ini~ng notea.&er Theqe Lipton, Phil. Brpeman, Solqmon~tl
thoughts*, (p 4 g .rippwln we co)- Ho~rowkitz and Sara Sirnkrant, alpro '
sider the meaningful Drayers we youqrs truly.~ I almost forgot to g
are called upon to recite. rentioni Dlave ,Fleem~an, Mel and "]
Perhaps we resolve to set our 19orman Sii~chard. I would not be
house,~inrder;.verchap s rearom~- a bit. siurprsed to know; that I'e a
ise ourselves that we shall avoid left out some names It iq all that t'
doing those things we should not I could think of at the moment. d
have done., ~Wy ,hear the Rabbirs There are two Jewish fraterni- s,
words ringing in our ears .we ties on the campus, bqth equally tl
hearithqB..al~ of the Shplar .. It famous perhaps, both having alum-
is the day of remembrance.- we ni in Miami, but. here is how the t
minst loorn an#, wearliseg,,what anQI Miamli boys~ have ~pledged:AIr
we~p, ~if ,~Aa2@, .Lqst ,as fSijaiski ofichteq -Al. Wa~tln, ~Jsamy rr--4w
improving gqigcond get so that we krant, 'and myself kave gone Phi l1
may face the entire world with Beth,Deltai; Al. Cassel,Pqhit; BrerJ t~
pride in Qor~selvess and our on~eigh- man and Simon Lipton are already~ '
bors. :All Ithah,-ethingsu maust pass brothers. Ed. Roth ~is thke only Mis c
through our mipds, tt we p~nter,the ami boy to pledge Taul Epsilon Pi;
Sylragogua iq the,proppr frama pi Sam Kanner and Sam Harris are lo
mind. Spme,are interesrted,jn. t!eI brothers. It looks like a Phi B. m
heat, and snme are in~t~ergted as to I p. Jandsliae in Miami.
how much Ilower the services will Is there rivalry between the hl
last. Many of us are wonderingl frats ? I' shoid4 say not; there is tl
if, we san.rush throughethe gery- the ~titmost peace and harmony ex- t~f
ices AND) QQC. liICK TO KEE~p isting. Now and then one might I-
BUSINESS, OPEN, even if it is want to kill another but then again (
Sabbath and Rosh H~ashono. Iit is all in the spirit of friendship. m i
Wle are~ iiot trying to be humor-( why does a wife hit her husband h
ous but are try-ing to r~efleet thie w~ith a rolling ~pin when he comes m
makreag~of the- great majority of in late after being at a meeting' ? cc
indiffereatists~ who. attend our It is because she loves him and a;
services, simply because he feels does not want him to leave her
he .ought -to ....o..onescan.realizre side. I wonder if I might use this
the problem the .Rabbi lstees.. H~e example to explain the relationship g
is of course thankful to have the of the frats. I hope you get what
opportunity at aersqt ohee or twice I mean. -
a :year of getting Arrpligious Jews As, school has but just opened sr
in front gf. hilyn Unfortunately, and all students are getting -ac' I
he, has too many distractions to climate I cannot tell you right~tl
cor~tenil with, with the result that now what activities the individual
be play strive his utmost and be students are pursuing nor howl g
the greatest of modern prophets they- are progressing. All I can o
and deliver the moslt.burning mes- give you is fraternity news, and
sages, and yet be quickly forgot- ass the frat embraces most of thq
ten. students you will get a general tl
however, let's not be' too criticall idea of how everything is going s a
at this e~Sason We have at leagt along. la
the sh al~ction ~of knowing that Ta~u Epsilon Pi honored its
we do not turp over~a leaf in the pledges at a banquet Sunday eve- p
book of. time, writh wild revelry as ning,- Sept. 18t~h, in 'the White t
other nations de;;There is at least I~puse Hotel. A very interesting
a solemn note struck, a responsible program was given before a large
attitule.~erp\ dSzep their moat groy pmd membe the h pld e:

aiaNw iar in his calendar with ` lphi Mizrahi, ,idney ~c. Kgsq,l
a deeper insight and elegrer unday- Davidi Adelson, H~yman Sobol, Her- ii
standing 9, g~e walges invoblvi p Goldherg, Leon.Jtobbinq, filel p
tha d mayqC bil ighbors. rSo! lim Liiebenrmn, Samuel Saqgar,
tha do man' be all toa we shoulJd, inanr, Ma~retiin~Stegal. J9el ADnlge,
'leemi itlapl n com a ru Io yqIEii8 tvi 01Cp
glwieh,t yr sqqu~ae of hpne 794 hep Egl~~ager. Augu


Rsbli. .It. was 8 cod. ger-
ror Y' ~'~P usC
chmeant thast it wa~s 1lo~ir the
rage eppeqted. dRarey~does one
much. that indicates the recog-
/on df the spiritual value of the
prices. One. -goes gad prides
self on his goiqg. J;le didn't
sa service., Exactly as on Yom
purone boasts ;tha~t Je was
to fast all dasy.
herei, of cogurse,- an urge to
nd eg .Yearfs4 aP 49es. That
,C~ omm sntimpls because of
parnis atuthe ;training~ the3
letdin ~us.~ Some go be-
:,e would feel something
hg sad haBppened if we didn't,
y, ufortuPatelSy too many, at-
..ecastei,, ot sguperatitiona
s. Map believe tbat theycan
they please most of the time
charge it ott at the Holigay
oin wrholealeie fashion. There
us, untp agl;~ a .prorship
ex tjternall ip. that it but #
ehypocri r~~~this solemp ~mq-
tin Jewi t`lfe.` There is too
hentphagis plee~edl upon the
adceremonials and atten8-
athat has no real place in hon-
Jqsish Jife ;andl obpervapce.
Soften we are told byI- eves.the
acer of conregaionthat he
'e hear te by i' g~enrniop, RE
edsome of' th~e Chazon's chant-
BECAUSE HE ~WAS TOO
SYSELI~NG SE~rs and
iigin money (pe~q the Syna-
'Ite e wonder hiowc deeply the
prayers ijegisered in iheir
s?- We wonder (lf.they area -

i t was Irt Ilerely a lip
cedevoid of .meaning. Per-
we are too lrrshi,,inc~e there
undoubtedly a, Jorge. pu ~ber



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y down the lane ,f~orme~d by the
wo ranks, sagin~g, as he moved,
Np~w, F'm supposed to be the
orppe-aittention! ,
HIe regehied the end of the squad,
ok~e~d at,them 'steadily for a few
~omentai, arid said
"Your hands is right, and your
eade is right,. but ytoul haven't got
he look of regret that> youo,ough~t
o-haVe.") > ae

A er~tain' famous .motor car
~anufacturer advertised .~that ,he
ad put a, arF together inl seve9
minutes. The next areneing he w~as
called on the phone at dinner time
nd asked if ii,. wereso.
"Yes,"was the~reply. "Wh;(r?"
"Qb, nothing. But I believe I've

A~ Scotsman, upon entering a
addler's, asked foray asingle ~spur,
"WPhat pse ;is one spuXg" asked
he -sna.
"Well," replied Sandy, "if I can
et one side of the horse to go the
their one will hae to come wi' it.'

First Lawyer: "P've just taken
he case of that woman who says
he shot her husband because she
,ved him."
Second Lawyer: "I suppose your
lea wpiFl be, thgt spfjplg. is, te
ippp fp~rr tendert opt~s." i

Film Star (newly married):

r.8~rj~r g~o, 8 e us." us.
File Jtagrs "So it !lpolas wiphtY
apdliar. ,ArexOn ,srure J hteyedt
rerried yoW beforee!,. .

Brea-Estate Agent: "Well, what
opec 'bn~o(gJ ly pl,cib f

i~. i .b first gemetery I ever


shoemaker: "Here are the ~boots
for your new pgolar expediition.
W~eresy~rou satisfied with the boots I
zhade for the lasit trip ?'
E~~xplorer: "Quite. TIrhey were the
'best boots I ever ate ;on a polar erx-
pedition."

Freniehman :"Pdardo me, sir
youl mea;n 'feat.' "
"M y ineitis if finor thian
onee, eh?"

The young bride was asked what
she thought of married life.~
'"Oh,- theire'sl not much differ-
lence~n sh'e replied. "I used to w~ait
up half the night for George. to
'go, and now I wait up harlf the
night for him %o come hom.e"-

Mistress: "Mary, when you wafit
at table tonight for .my geis~tsr,
please don't wpear any jewelry.'i
Maid: "cI have nothing valuable,
hna'am, but' I thank you for the


Condu~ctor (helping stout lady
on ear): 'Yer should take yejast,
mother, ter 'elp yer to rise bet-

erstout Lady: "Ta~ke some v~erself ,
lad, and then yer'd be better~ bred."

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in the revrolving .door _
."Goosiness, yps! That was when
we strt golfag atqbad ltpgethe*


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