The Jewish Floridian


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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
October 21, 1932
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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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Regular services ushering in the .
last days of Succos will begin at'
(6 tonight Saturday morning the
services will begin at 9 with the
Rabbi preaching on "Joy and Sad-
ness," immediately preceding the
Yizkor or Mdemorial services. Can-
tor Rabbi A. S. Wiesel will chant
the services. Saturday night Sim-
chas Torah will be observed with
the "Hakofos," and Sunday morn-
ing a speciaE children's service at
10 will be carried out in addition
to the usual Simchas Torah ob-

.311 Washington Avenue
Miaini Beach
L. AXE~LROD. Itabbi
The usual Succos services will
begin at 6 P. M. Friday evening
when Cantor Schlachiman will
chant' the s services. Saturday
morning the services will be chant-
ed ~y. the Catator and at 10 o'clockr
Rabbi Axelrod will preach~ on
"Hn Einess, a J wish~ Conception."

will be observed with the "LHak-.
ofos." Sunday morning Simehas
Torah will be observed with the
Cantor chanting the services, and
with "Hakofos."

< (Conser~vativc)
139 N. W. Third Avenue
The usual services will begin at
8 o'clock when Rabbi' Press will
officiate and Cantor Louis Hayman
will chant the late services. Frank
B. Solomon, a member of the ad-
ministrative board, will speak~ on
"A- Layman's Viewpoint,." Satur-
day morning the services begin at
9 with the Yiskor or Memorial
services at 10 A.MI, -prece'ded by
the Rabbi's sermon on. "Mlonu-
ments." ~Saturday night. Simehas
Torah will be observed with the
usual ceremonies and Hakofos.
Sunday morning the services be-
gin at 9 with special services for
the children, and refreshments
after the services in observance of
Simchas Torah.

187 N. E. Nineteenth Street

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-No. XLIII. Miami, Florida, October 21, 1932 Price: Five Cents

Ail announcements

Safer Torah To
e B P r t d


By '

CAIO HEARN, in his tales
ancient China, relatesj the
of the building of the ~great
Peking. To miake the bell
ful in tone,angi of rireat dur-
,the emperor decreed that it
Ided from an alloy com"
of both precious and strong
s; gold and silver, lead and
An expert bellsmith was
for t~he task. When the met-
ere melted,~ poured together,
cast mnto the mold, they re-
to mix, one with the other.
were the metals cast to-
r, and twice did they refuse
ngle. Thereupon the einper-
retened .the bellsmith with
if the molding of the great
alled a third timhe. When the
it's daughters, Kongai,
of her father's plight, she l
ned to a sdothsayer, and was
medthat the metals would
mingle unless the bones and
s of a human being be in- 1
into them. Arid just as the
Js were being poured for the
time, Kongai made the su- t
e sagg~je js eging into t e
f molten meta s. The meta s
das if by magic. The bell
ged a creation, of supreme j
ty, with a tone o0f marvelous i
tness and purity. And to this
so the legend goes, the great )
of that bell speak forth the t
e"Kongai, Konkai," and be- f
each sounding of the name, )
is heard a maiden's sigh.
Ch nese legend ishsymhole 1

noble things cannot be accom- h
without the sacrifice q
answeat and blood. No ne-
glishment in life is worth any-
g,unless it embodies the bones
sinews of the human soul. Not
physical bodies and sinews, but
er the mental bones- and sinews
he spirit. Life demands the
ig of one's personal self. Per-i b
sacrifice, in other words, f
esas the unifying element in) t
ng the world a place of beau- tl
ndharmony. w~I
the Torah portion for Rolhl a
honah morning, we read howl t
appeared unto Abraham ands
"Abraham, take now thy son,l o
only son, whom thou lovest,n
Isaac, and get thee into the a
of Moriah; and offer hips lb
for a burnt offering upon( te
fthe mountains, of which I
elthee." Without question- re
Go's demand, Abraham setl i~
or the place of which God had R
jhim, and upon reaching his n
aton forthright began to wn
rethe altar for the sacrifice. F
gin life was dearer to h
amthan his son, lesec, No o
demand could have been fl
upon any man. And yet, m;
supreme confidence in Goad's
mAbraham .waa. reggy _t L~
the command, even to thae
teigof his dwn son, in thel Mi
eof the Almighty. c a
riiein ancient times was a r

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pof somethingl & Aw
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1545 8. W. Thiird Street

Beth David Synagogue will be
the scene of an unusual celebration
in local affairs Sunday evening,
October 24th, at 8 P. M., when a
"Safer Turah" will be opened to
the Synagogue by Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Small in ~memory of
Leib Small and Maryashe Chaye
Small, the parents of Mr. Small.
More than forty years ago this
"Scroll" was presented by Mr.
Small's parents to the Synagogue
in the small town of Priluki, Pol-
ta~va, Russia, and remained there
in continual use until the past
summer. On a visit to his native
city Mr. Small found there was
danger of the Torah being appro-
priated by the Soviet government
for museum purposes. At great
risk to himself, the scroll was re-
moved from the Synagogue and
brought to this country where it
was completely prepared once
again for Synagogue purposes.
Mr. Small is a prominent whole_
sale manufacturer in New York
and Miami and has been active in
Beth David ahd community affairs
for a number of yaers.
Mr. Sydney L. Weintraub will
be the master of ceremonies in
connectionn with the presentation.
Rabbi Dr. Carl Press will conduct
;he religious program and will be
rasisted by .~thelZab~bi9.aSe-rae
M~iami Synaggones. Cantor Louis
Layman of the Congregation will
have as his guests the cantors of
Miami's Synagogues, who will as-
list in the singing of appropriate
lymns. Other musical presenta-
;ions will be made. Following the
'ormal services the Beth David
Sisterhood will be hosts to the
~uests and will serve refreshments.
The pubi cis ure 1 y steid land


Talented Artist

TO GIVE Re00181

Important Event Welfare Auxiliary -

Next Wednesday Elects Officers

A mass meeting to which every The annual election of officers
resident of Greater Miami has of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the
beeninvied wll b hel atJewish Welfare Bureau was held

,re ato J dnh srhdox Con- last Monday afternoon at Kaplan
October 26th, beginning at 8 P. M. 11all with Mrs. Julius Simpson pre-
At this meeting a comprehensive siding. Mrs. Simpson, who sue-
report of the Greater Miami Jew- ceeded Mrs. Mendelson when the
ish Cemetery Association will be lte ettectwsua-
presented by its officers and the .
community will be asked to ap- imously elected president for the
prove plans that will be submit- next year. Other officers chosen
.ted .by a special: committee for the were: Mrs. Isaac Levin, first vice
future of the organization. president; Mrs. Harry Isaacs, see-
Ir According to a statement by the Ond vice president; Mrs. Frank
president, Mr. I. L. Mintzer, the Cdoret, treasurer; Mrs. 1Milton
.plot of the organization will be Weiner, financial secretary; Mrs.
abandoned unless the general Jew- IJack Bernstein, recording secre-
ish community shows its interest tary; Mrs. I. L. Rose'ndorf, record-
in the cemetery affairs. ing secretary, and Mrs. Louis H*
All those who are members of Davis, auditor. The presidents of
the organization, all Jews of thec the four Jewish congregations,
Miami territory and liarticularvlyMrs. Barney Weinkle, Beth Jacob
all Jews who have relatives in- Congregation; Mrs. Ida Budkstein,
terred in the Woodlawn Cemetrey 1'Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
are urged to attend. The Rabbis 'tion; Mrs. Isidor Cohen, Beth
of the community have been in-i Daviid Congregation and Mrs. .I.
vited to present their views. Levin, Temple Israel, will serve
Son the board of directors by vi*-
*ei~ Sa e tue of a provision in the constitu-
eWISH50018 tion, as winl Mrs. S. H. Lutzky of
rHalditssah, and Mrs. Ben Watts of
Set To Meet the Council of Jewish Women. Mrs. i
P. Scheinberg will continue to act
Begnnig ts ocal ctvitesas' chairman of the Ways and
for the coming season, th~e Miami~amj Men omteMs ry

its first meeting next Thursday, Bfs n s
October 27th at 8:30 P. M. with apme ulct himn o-
Muray rosman it prsidntlowing the business meeting a so-
in charge.~ Rabbi Lazarus Axel- cal hour ws sent. ,f comte
rodd, honorary president of the or- Aontrino uncem en ofcmittee ap- t
ganization, will outline a plan for pomnients wille bre inden by the n
the season's work. All young rIsaaiewl elenctedn preiden at thke i
Jewish men and women are urgedstltinucho wchwltae
to attend. A social hour will fol- paea h is etn fte
low the business meeting. udayinNvme.

Congregation To Wla Bru
-TO Elect Officers
Hold Meeting ,

The annual meeting of the Jew-
ish Welfare Bureau to elect offi-
/cers for tbe, coming year will be
Held at Isps.Kapla Hllof. Tempgle
Israel next Monday :evening, Oc-
tober 24th, beginning at 8 P~ M*
The annual report for the organi-
Szation ~will ;be read by the execu-
;tive .secretary, M~rs. Sadye G'
Rose. Ah address describing. the
year's activity .ilrill be delivered
by Normin J. Mirsky, president of
the organization*
Nominations for officers wKil be
Made .from. the. floor and elections
will be.held .immediately af~er, the





CThe Miami Je{ id Ortho oa
odngrega ion willhl n it
portant general meeting of ht
members and invited t e
Synagogue next Tueisday evening ,
futober 25th, at 8 P. M. A vo -
.unteer membership committee con
sisting of non-members of the
congregation will present its re-
port and plans for the progress of
the congregation. Interesting
speakers will address theJ meeting .
All friends of the congregation an
members Are arrged to attend.

0o Athletic Club

A beautifelivu cup wheh r
_r,,~,, exhibition

Little Leonard Rose, who has
,een heard on more local programs
or charities and social organize.
ions .among the Jewish people
han probably any other artist,
dill be heard in a recital under the
,uspices of the Conservatory of
he University of M~iami at Con-
erva~totry Recital Hall, N. E. See-
Ind Avenue and Fourteenth St.,
;ext Thursday 'evening beginning
~t 8 P. M.- He will be presented
y3 his teacher, the famous W~al-
er Grossman.
LeRonard Rose, who has shown
emarkable ta nt ait Mh .e r
s the son of alt and Ms ar
Chose, formerly of B limore a
.ow of this city. Leonard has
ron a number of prizes in the
lorida state school contest and
as been heard on the radio very
ften. He comes from a musical
family, his father having been a
leader of the University of Mri-
mi Symphony Orchestra prior to
leonard beginning his musical
areer. L~eonard attends the Ada
lerritt Junior High School and
elebrated his fourteenth birthdaY
Assisting him on the program
gh iim his accompanist, Evelyn
20Iggina Jones, and Rober Bos~t-

w l l b plycsee o
shortly was. presented hby t~
Jewish Floridirs to toe -
brew A'thletic :Cla't ast
Wedn~esday night.* Thr
will~ be awarded to ~te"ro
valuable member") of thie oran- t
isactioin for the period bgalt
October .:2~0th, ra nk~
rnary,L ~~l. IP11)8 L
the awsul, generst er~~
in athlice, IoC a nre
to the Stab awsli# et sd
Ilag factrs. T wi Q
be made by a idt
theoe, Jack Agee sa l ~
Bain tpar t CCY

SOrk Services for the last day of Suk-
koth will be held at Temrple Israel
to Mliami last Friday night at 8 o'clock, 15 min-
ntative of the u tes sooner than usual, so sa to b~e
Congregations able to give promlinent -to the
interest of the CHILDREN'S HBRVEST PRO-
rfet kashras in G RA11, which will be presented
rshrus Commiit-l daring the services on the pulpit.
gin its worrk.l All parents apd their children are
be mailed to expected to attend these services.
rbinldft ani""""""' Ioe which are in charge of Mrst. Frank
rmi section ~re- IA. Psrhosa.
ervranc of all 8S~tiy morning series at 11
ta~lBlt t his 'c'kak.. .Tapign a nal memal
raledri aosg. jpalp~s wi-lqg~l i berng soul
ri 3~e~a orrq me~

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The publc s

Kaslhrus G

With the visit
week of a represe
Union of Orthodox
of America in the
establishment of st
Miami, the local Ka
tee will soon be
Questionnaires wrill
every hotel, rehstiu
in tWhe Greater Mia
garding their o~bs

will then be diesi~gn



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The annual election of ofiiers
for the coming year of the Ladies'
Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish

chairman, and Mesdames A. Daum,
Sam Tannenbaum and Nathan
A2delman, constituting the nom.
inating committee will present
their report and recommendations.
Other important business will be
Transacted. All members are
urged to attend and be on hand
Beth Jacob Sunday school will
reopen for the season on Sunday
morning, October 30th, when reg-
istration will begin at 10 A. M.
Rabbi Axelrod will be in direct
charge with a staff of trained
teachers assisting him. Sunday
afternoon the children under the
supervision of the teachers will
go to the Sunny Isles Casino where
they will enjoy races, sports,
swimming, camp fire roast and
many other pleasantries. On No-
vember 26th an affair will be held
the details of which will be an-
nounced shortly. A special pro-
gram for Chanuka will be pre-
sented during -the week between
December 24th and January 1st
A Pur'im ball and farewell out-
ing will follow during the season.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Klein will re-
turn to the city next Wednesday
after having spent several months
in Atlanta, Ga. With them will ar-
rive Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs, the par-
ents of Mrs. Klein, who will spend
the winter here with them.
1* *
Mrs. J. S. Field has gone to
New York city on a combined bus-
iness and pleasure trip. On her
way she will visit her nephew and
niece, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Goldberg,
in Philadelphia and her brother
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Sis-
selman in Cedarhurst, L. I.
The installation dinner of the
Senior Chapter of Hadassah has
again been postponed because of
matters beyond the control of the
committee headed by Mrs. Barney
Winkle, and will be held on No-
vember 14th at a place to be an-
nounced in these columns shortly.
Mrs. Harry Weinberg, delegate to
the national Hadassah convention,
will present a report of its pro-
ceedings at this luncheon.

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Fridayr, Octob~l

Page1 Tw EIH F)RD

More than eighty childrelnbrat
tended the annual Succosthe Sun-

noon in the larg iS hh Eof Cae
congregation. Ro atiJonahE talke
lano othte holiday ;rMrs. I. Buck-
at on. resident of the Ladies' Aux-
seiny sp oke as did Mr. Louis Hei-
man sperintendent of its Sun-
day school last year. In charge of
ar angements and aiding in the
celebration were Mirs. Nathan Ad-
elman, Mrs. J. L. Shochet, Mlrs.
Charles Tannenbaum, Mrs. Max
Kupferstein. Cakes of all kinds,
fruits, candies and toys were given
to the children. Various congre-
gational songs w\ere joined in by
D : *
Ailr. and Mlrs. J1L Sandloff are
the m~any adults who attended.
nowr located in their new homie,
350 S. W. 21st Road.

The local branch of the I. W. O.
will present MI. Bedacht of New
York in a lecture at the Masonip
Hall, N. W-. First St. and Fifteenth
Ave., Friday evening, October 21st
at 8 P. M~. Admission is only fif-
teen cents. The public is urged to
Last Saturday morning Teddy
Simons, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Simons of this city was ~Bar I
31itzvo at the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation. A large
number of friends of the family
were present. The services were
chanted by the cantor, Rabbi A. S.
Wiesel. Teddy was called to the
Torah where he received the
blessings and then chanted the
Maftir in a very creditable man-
ner. He spoke in English on the
duties and significance of a Bar
31itzvo. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan
of the Congregation addressed the
congregation immediately after
Teddy's address. Following the
services the parents of the Bar
31litzvo were hosts in the Succah
of the congregation to their
friends and the worshippers.

One of the prettiest affairs of
the current season wfas a benefit
luncheon tendered by Mlrs. Julius
Simpson at her home in Shenan-
doah for the benefit of Temple
Isrtael Sisterhood last Tuesday aft-
ternoon. The home was very pret-
tily decorated for the affair arxl
more than sixteen tables of bridge
were in play. Luncheon began at
12:30 and lasted through the aft-
ernoon. Assisting the hostess, Mrs.
Simpson, were M~esdame~s. J. G.
Davis, Harry Nevins, Kent Lew~in,
Henry Berg, P. Scheinber~g and A.
I. Magid. Among those winning
prizes ~for high scores were M~rs.
Jacob H. Kaplan and Mlrs. S.

oIM Ilb* I

~I 2;

tl A benefit bridge for the Ladies'
!IAuxiliary of the Jewish Welfare
!Bureau will be given by Mrs. Sol
SRotfort and her mother, Mrs. L.
Hartz, at their home, 1375 N. W.
First Street, next Wednesday
evening, October 26th, beginning
at 8 P. M. Because of the many
calls on the Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau it is important that money
be raised for the institution. Those
desiring to help and at the same
time spend a very pleasant and en-
joyable evening are urged to at-
tend this card party. Delicious re-
freshments will be served and
prizes will be awarded for high
Opening the current season of
activities Junior Hadassah began
the season with a dinner last Mon-
day night at Beth David Talmud
Torah Hall. The festivities were
oened with aana ,no o ebysMra

Miss Lena Wemnkle, president od
the Junior Hadassah, welcome
the guests in a brief but mnterest-
ing address. Mrs. Lazarus Axel-
rod of Beth Jacob Congregation,

dimi res. aOrt~hodoax Cn re a
tion, were guests of honor and
Spoke briefly. Sadye G. Rose, ex- f
ecutive secretary of the Jewish
SWelfare Bureau, told of the work
of the organization. A tableaux
showing the varied and important
phases of Hadassah work in Pal-
estine was presented during the
evening and received much ap.
plause. The chief speaker and
guest of honor was Mrs. Freda
Lutzky, past president of the
Junior Hadassah and now presi-
dent of the Miami Senior Chapter
of Hadassah who spoke of the or-
ganization and its importance to
the community and to the Jewish
people themselves. Miss Bede
Goldenblank was toastmistress.
Mrs. Mannie Wesson cooked the
entire dinner which was served to
more than seventy people and was
extended a vote of thanks by the
entire assembly present.
The Girls' Break Dance now be-
ing sponsored by the Jumior~ Coun-
Scil of Jewish Women for Novem-
ber 6th at Beth David Hall is at-
tracting much attention. A pro-
gram full of pleasant entertain.
ment is promised by the commit-
tee mn charge headed by Miss Hen-
riettar Hirsch.

Mr. Harry Isaacs, vice president
of the Jewish Welfare Bureau, or-
gamizer of the Brooklyn Home for
Incurables, and prominent com-
munal worker, is recovering from
a serious illness at his home here.

Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Machtei
have moved to 1429 S. W. Third
St. Their phone number is the
same, 2-2579.
I* *
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Apte are
receiving congratluations upon the
birth of a baby girl at the Vic-
toria Hospital last Friday morn-
ing. Saturday morning the baby
wao na edhHelen Tresa at a e-
dox Congregation when the baby's
grandfather, Mr. Hyman Apte
took part in the traditional cere-
mony of naming the baby. After
the' services Mr. Apte was host to
the members and worshippers at
the Succah of the Congregation.


Dinner see -- 75 -- llee
Palatial Kosher Restaurant
ass N. E. seems stret

The first meeting of the current
season of Junior Hadassah will be
held in the Spanish room of the
Ponce de Leon Hotel next Monday
evening, October 24th, beginning
at 8S o'clock. Following the busi-
n~ss session a program will be pre-
sented. A playlet in which Hanna
Mack, Bea Solen and Bede Gold-
enblank will portray "Pioneers,"
Adele Segal will give a reading,
Mrs. Moses K~rieger will speak and
a musical program will be heard.
At this first meeting the first is-
sue of Hadassahgram will be dis.
tribute free of charge. All mem-
bers are urged to attend.

A large number of guests at.
tended the ten and bridge given
last Tuesday afternoon under the
auspices of the Junior Committee
of the Beth David Sisterhood. Mrs.
Harry Markowitz was hostess and
was assisted by the members of
the committee. Mrs. Sidney L.
Weintraub welcomed the .guests
and told of the work of the Sister-
hood. The door prize donated by
Mrs. Frank Solomon was won by
MrsO1 stne .Myers. Mrs. Hacrb
bI D h fow During e a ternoon
games were played and delici a
re res men 's wer reserve thed

formtehe event a y eoa

Mrs. Jennie Rotfort is chairman
of the arrangements committee
frrothe Junior Hadassah T rke
series ofdaffairsa frp ee ogn-


Mr. and Mrs. Hyman N. Levy
and family returned to Miami
after having spent the summer in
camp and in Baltimore. Mrs. Levy
will again begin her physical cul-
ture classes starting next Monday
morning in the tennis courts of
the home of Mrs. J. N. Morris,
1761 S. W. 15th St. Classes are
from 9 to 10 o'clock and are made
particularly interesting for every-
one. The general public is urged
to join and participate in the ben-
efits of these classes, which meet
every day but Saturday and Sun-

More than twenty tables of
bridge were in play Tuesday eve-
ning at the Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation at the first of
its regular season series of card
parties sponsored by its Ladies'
Auxiliary. The door prize was won
by Mrs. Lazarus Axelrod. Individ-
ual prizes were given at each table
for high scores. Delicious refresh-
ments were served by the commit-
tee representing the Ladies' Aux-

Beth Jacob Sisterhood of Mi-
ami Beach will hold its first meet-
ing of the season next Monday
evening, October 24th, beginning
at 8:30 at the Synagogue when
Mrs. Barney Weinkle, the presi-
dent will preside. All members
an Beach residents are urged to
att *

In the presence of Mrs. Press
and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. My
ers last Friday afternoon at the
home of Rabbi Press, Jonas Behr-
man, prominent merchant of this
city, was married to Miss Lina S.

Rabe, who had been associated
with him in the Miami Paper Com-
ian eothe ps re etheyears.
mony, after which the couple left
for a short honeymoon trip
through the State, returning last
Tuesday night.

Rae Rae c

11 o'clock Sunday on
In addition to the sne
will be music, prayers ag~
tion box.

An informal meeting of B
ami Beach Jewish Social as
held at the home of its
president, Rabbi Lazarne
last Tuesday night when ppla
the coming year weredic

The children of the Beth
Talmud Torah and Sunday
will be entertained next S
morning after the services by
Beth Jacob Sisterhood when
will be presented with gifts on
half of the congregation.
frsehments will be served.

Mr. S. Bendheim of New.T
City was a visitor in Miami
the Succos holiday. He
services at the Miami Jewish
thodox Congregation and we
guest at dinner of Rabbi and
Jonah E. Caplan. Mr. Bnhl
one of the leaders of
Jewry in New York City,

Plans for the package
the Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Jewish OrthodoxCoreai
be held at the Synagogue on
day, November 18th, nld
elaborate evening of et
ment. The committee in
consists of Mrs. Sam Tn
chairman; Mesdames Louis
lott, Charles Feldman and
Kotkin. No admission fees
charged and the public is
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Pagxe Three


Jean Marlow changes both the
color of her hair and her person-
ality in spearing in the title role
of "Red Headed -WNoman Metro-
Goldwyn-Mlayer's production of the
sensational Katharine Brush novel
at the Tivoli Theater next Sun
day, Monday and Tuesday. The
former platinum-blonde star is
now a red-head. Opposite her is
Chester Morris in a cast which also
includes Lewis Stone, Leila Hy-
ams, Una Merkel, Henry Stephen-
son, May Robson, Charles Boyer
and Marvey Clark. "Red Headed
Woman" was directed by Jack
Conway from an adaptation by



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~he oest oraice at Miams, Fla.,
act of Mlarch 8, 1879,
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1. Schrebnick, .Reprenetative

Je".will be portrayed by Maurice 1
Orovatz, Milton Wasman, Florse
Beman, Stuart Simon, Marian
Freed, Grace Berg, D~orothy Levin
Barbara Homa, Florence Coret
Celia Dobrin Ruth Ben, rnatein, Ar-
nold Lavin, Norma Simpson, Jan-
ice Magid and Seymore Goldweber.

MJr. Samuel Merson is still a pa-
tient at the Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital where he uderwn a p
eration severe neekrwn an op-

A board meeting of the Senior
Hadassah was held Tuesday night
at the home of its president, Mrs.
Lutzky, when important matters
were acted on.

Ted Rosengarten of Tulsa, Okla ,
arrived here Sunday afternoon t"
visit his mother who is now at her
home following a stay at the Vic-
toria Hospital. He will leave for
his home some time today.

The annual baked goods sale of
Hadassah will be held on Novem-

chrg nd ande mitse h Ide bde
Mesdames. David Bogen and Man-
nie Wesson. Part of the proceeds
will be donated to the Jewish Wel-
fare Bureau.

Rabbi Lazarus Axelrod is i
charge of the Beth Jacob Talmud
Torah where more than 85 children
receive their daily religious in-
struction in Hebrew reading, writ-
ing, Bible and history.

AZ2A (Junior Bnai Brith) will
hold its smoker at Kaplan Hall an
October 26th, and all boys between
16 and 21 who desire to attend
may receive an invitation on re-
quest from any member of the
organization. No others may at-
tend. Boxing, entertainment, smok-
ing and eats will be provided.

The Sunday School of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion will begin its sessions Sun-
day, October 30th, at 10 A. M.,
with the following staff of teach-
ers: Louis Heiman, Al Mechlowitz,
Pauline Lasky, Mrs. J. Solen, Han-
na Mack and Mrs. Louis Heiman.
Mrs. Jonah E. Caplan will act as
the registrar and secretary. The
teachers will hold their first of a
series of meetings at the home of
Rabbi Caplan on Thursday eve-
ning, October 27th~, beginning at
8:30 o'clock.

Mrs. Dora Gerson of Miami
Beach sustained a fracture of the
right arm and lacerations when
the auto in which she was a pas-
senger skidded near Ft. Lauder-
dale. She is a patient at the Jack.
son Memorial Hospital.

Awell-atte ded meeting of the
Hebrew Athletic Club was held
last Wednesday night at Beth
David Hall when more tha e i t

mondball team of the club will
meet a club from West Palm Beach
at Flamingo P~ark Sunday, October
23rd, atl 2 P. tM.,d awd the op a i
is urged voaend cloel e ntiestd
to bea vry clsl otse

gao ley ball, tennis, basket ball
and other sports in which the

members are active is attratndg
much interest and evoking enthn.
siasm among the members. The
next meeting of the organization
will be held at the Beth D~avid hall
next Wednesday night. All mem-
bers and friends of the organize.
tion are urged to attend.

their home, 1520 8. W. Seventh
St., last week at a stork shower
honoring Mrs. Morris Atkins of
this city._ Games were played and
first prize wast won by Mrs. M.
Pepper, second prize by Miss Elsie
Litchenstein and consolation prize
by Mrs. Leon Pollock. A guest
prize was given to Miss Dora
Shapiro. Delicious refreshments
were served during the progress
of the games. Among those at-
tending were the Misses Marjorie
Predinger, Bea Schaff, Elsie Lich-
tenstein, Viola K~atz, Daisy Schaff,
Florence Badanes, Dora Shapiro
of Jacksonville, Fla., and Mes-~
dames Fred Lichtenstein, Max
Shapiro, Morris Pepper, Ben At-
kins, Leon Pollock, Sol Zalka, Sol
Rotfort, Dora August, Max Pep-
per, C. Kaller, I. Cohen, I. Silver,
Charles Goldstein, A. W~einberger,
J. Katz, Morris D~ubler, S. Aben~-
eson A phfJ. Atkins, M. s

Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Mintzer re-
turned to the city Monday eve-
ning after having spent the week
end in Tallahassee visiting their
daughter, Ethel, who is a student
at the Florida State College for

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Heiman en-
tertained a number of friends last
week in celebration of their sixth
wedding anniversary at a bridge
party in their home. Prizes for
high score were won by Carl and
Esther Weinkle, and a guest prize
was presented to Mrs. Jonah E*
Caplan. Among those present
were Rabbi and Mrs. Jonah E.
Caplan, Dr. and Mrs. Barney
Weinkle, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Weinkle, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sam-
et, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Feldman,
and Miss Lena Wemnkle. During
the evening a delicious iee course
was served.

Mrs. Max Hoffman and Miss
Dorothy Kaplan entertained at

Anita Loos.

jV~biss Bella Zucker of New York
City, who spent several weeks here
as the guest of her uncle, Mr. Bar-
ney Jacobskmnd, and her cousins,
Rev. and Mrs. Nathan Wroobel,
returned to her home last Thurs-

Under the direction of Mrs.
Frank Perlman, members of the
Sunday School of Temple Israel
will be seen in a pageant tonight
at the Temple. "America and the

painted a portrait so lifelike that
all the artists in the world mar-
veled at its uniqueness. The eyes
of the portrait seemed capable of
vision; the lips seemed capable of
speech; the flush of the cheeks
seemed almost real. Upon investi-
gation, it was discovered that the
painter had used his own blood in
the mixing of the colors, and with
the completion of the last stroke,
fell to the floor--dead. His very
soul had passed into the expres-
sion of his art. And though to
the cold, cold grave he went, his
soul lived on forever afterwards
in the heart of the masterpiece he
had created.
Such, we might say, is the spirit
of sacrifice. Man is known not by
his personal acquisitions or wealth,
but rather by his good deeds to-
ward his fellowmen. It is through
such sacrifice of soul and self that
one lives on in the memory of oth-
ers. Sacrifice is therefore the key-
note of the life of the spirit; for it
is by the spirit that we live. Some
there are to whom is wanted the
privilege to fling thei~ lives be-
fore the stars where all may see;
the greater majority of us mujt
Spend our lives in the smaller sac
rifices where only the few can see.
Our good deeds need not be shout-
ed forth from the housetops, nor
need we enost on ev se pblicly in
the Chinese maiden in our story,
butw a lend a helping hand
to ighe tet i rdn as a orows
of others. can go sinain n Brwr
ing's poem, woe ad unonsciously
along toe r d ucheto thiouse
spreading light and ce t hs
about us. For then will the sun
burst through the clouds to bright
en and illumine the paths we are
to tread, while nekneel in dhrun-
ble gratitude, t aning &o serv-
the privilege of living anot erv-
ing, for the opportunitythe poet
sonal sacrifice. Or as t pe
might sing:

oninued from page 1)
earifica, te pemlre ad

Thus, the custom of sacri-
hmnbeings, small inno-
absand children, played a
rtin the daily life of our
r.It is not uncommon to.
learn from archaeological
inof the unearthing of
altars, around which are
adthe bones of young chil-
urBible explicitly tells us
incidents where human
ewas the order of the dar*
however, and fortunately
crude and barbaric form of
ehas been abandoned. Civ-
anhas substituted in its
Quite different expression
athin the Divine. But the
ion of sacrifice still re-
neof the loftiest principles
religious spirit.
olive in the twentieth
what do we conceive true
eto be ? WThat constitutes
supreme sacrifice ? Must
ifesbe tied up with re-
ceremoniev-and customs ?
eybe linked with death of
ador another ? Sacrifice
astaken on a new mean-
nriietoday is a way of
)httakes in, not only self,
nnt.It is the voluntary
up of mankind. For ex-
temother who gives un-
gly of her love and care to
11; the scientist, who risks
)for his f~ellowman; the
anwho exposes himself to
dliest of disease, in order
kiitraid to his stricken
.These and all the other
chivalry and heroism are
rfcsthat inscribe them-
ntth oa ns of history as
the betterment of the hu-

ethere are, on the other
ho believe that the only
that exist are material
anial. Some people give
lyto the Jewish National
Fund, to the Palestinian
to their Synagogs, to the
iy Chest, and to a thou-
one other worthy causes.
vetheir money, but they
ogive their own personal
attention. Giving money
causes does of course
recognition, but there is
Sin giving that trans-
material generosity; and
higis the personal ele-
giving of one's heart and
chcannot be measured in .
ndcents. To my mind,
atthing in our Common-
drives is not the largest
obut rather the per-
riieof the men and
ogive their time and ef-
collection of the funds.
personal element that
a tea). r~
a story of an atrte who

An Eastern state forester be-
lieves the chestnut blight is dying
out, but maybe we~ just don't get
around to the same banquets.

"There's one thing I like about
the idea of women mn politics," re-
marked Farmer Corntossel.
"W~ihat is that ?
"They are not likely to encour-
age any of these fool election bets
about people's not shaving until
one candidate or another is eleet-

"At what point," asks a Texas
judge," is a man drunk?"' Too
often at an unlighted curve in the

In parts of Africa-;-we have it
on the word of a traveler--a man
can not marry until be has killed
a rhinoceros. The eastom probably
ably makes for peace in the fam-
ily. The .mother-in-law, sometimes
referred to as an old rhinoceros,
should feel properly respectful.

Russian vodka is being convert-
ed into synthetic rubber. This
should improve automobile driv-
ing in Russia as well as lower the
cost of tires.

WC;ho can remember when "defla-
tion" suggested inething worse
than a nail in a ie

2Touristatoare p opek ih ura
themselves sa ding by the ear.

An honest bu is a straight

A girl is never mn love if she
knows why.

Aching teeth are not to be
classed with the things that jump
for joy.

If a woman can't find anything
else to worry about she works up
a case of jealousy.

The young man who, writes the
best love letter doesn't neces-
serily make the best husband.

Naturally a young mnan's best
girl is all the world to him, which
explains why all the world loves
aI 1.@ er.

As a variation from the mlan
fast freight tragelies, we lernm
that the ear of a Malae meagis
wika wrreshed the otbar day t~ -ir
thirough moose,

Scientists in the Middle WNelt
'have' dug up the fossil bones of
camels that stood only two feet
high, evidently an early attempt
aet prohibition on a himited scale.

Harvard is currently offering a
course of instruction in the social
behavior of animals, or why the
wire-haired terrier prefers to
lounge on dark upholatrey.

The ought-to-be-a-law society is
considering the case of t fl9L
who uses Lthle bu~mpero~f te c~ar
ahead for brakes.

People who used to sit out jug.
gling acts to see the performer
muff a plate have educated boys
who listen in on political broad-
casts for split infinitives.

Though there is much hypocrisy
on the subject,_ it is considered
doubtful if many of the 400 in-
ventors who patented bottle-open-
ers in 1931 are politically dry.

A rail magnate says he does
easily with only four hours' sleep
in 24. It's boubrd to help in emer-
grencies like this, if sitting up with
a sick railroad.

Radio beams can now be used
to cook hot dogs, according to a
scientific item. Listening last

ing as they cooked.

littlel mig staship picing p avia
ators out of the sea would put
in force a pay-as-you-enter slys-

Young men of this generation,
according to Cosmo Hamilton, the
novelist, suffer from half-witted-
ness. I hadn't noticed them suf-
fering, exactly. In fact, they seem
to be rather enjoying it.

I'll carry my pain in silence
And laugh at the whim of fate,
The turn of the wheel of fortune,
Or whether my ship be late.

I'll scan the long hort gn,
Travel earth's reaches far,
Nor falter, nor fall nor grumble
Though hid be `the looked-for

Buit when you rise to tell me
You were tooling me in your
S. love,
rOl hbaUnt yet thfoagh all eternity
As sure s Goid's above.

"Life is not living
Just for today;
Life is not dreaming
All the short way.

To live is to do
What must be done;
To work and be tmdoe
For work is soon dn.

'Tis living for othel d*
To lighten theirbroars

And tprstl in (Fo

An .important inecting of Beth
David Sisterhood was held last
Wednesday afternoon at Beth Da-
vid Hasll and important bnusness
mes acted on. Plans for the work
of the organizatiop for the comday
season were diseassred., sal om.
amfttee repotrtswere ~oi~eevd ~Les.
Is~idor Coihen presided. -


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She's afraid of a oac~h, sh'la re ma os
But she'll tackle a husbn A klig asfa or se,
She'll take him for better, sh'l taehmfrwr
She'll split his hend open a~nd then be his nurse.
Andi when he is well and can get out of bed d
She'll pick up a teapo a7,1nd throw ati his hea .
She's faithful, kecen sightedl, loving and kn,
She's cr~afty, she's witty, deaf, dumb and blind.
She'll lift a man up,, she'll cast a man down,
She'll crown him her kingf, she'll make him her clown.
Yoru fa;ncy she's this, but you find that she's that'
F se'll Ila like a woman andi fight like a cat.
In th~ mo 83ningt lhe w:11l, in the evening she won't,
And gou'r~e always exp c~scting she does but she don't.
She'll ad oie you in truth andi ignore your worst fib---
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The annex which is being built
to Temple Beth Israel is progres-
sing very nicely. I~t is expected to
be completed by November 1.

The Sisterhood Beth Israel held
a card ar~t at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. C. N. Herman Thursday
night, with Mrs. Herman and MrP.
Gasper hostesses. Prizes were
awarded and refreshments were t

The Beth Israel Sunday School
h,, l, S th se~rv,~ice for t~he ch l

Hello, folks! Is everybody hap-
Well, here I am again after a
swell week-end in Jax. I caught a
ride from Gainesville to Jax in a
big Cadillac and got there just in
time to see the Florida-Suwanee
football game. The whole student
body had come 75j miles to see the
game and they raised enough H-
to leave a lasting impression on
the city. The afternoon was re-
plete with thrills; on the field a
Flo ia man ra 103 yr fr a

No, m1? tlear~, it isll t what ow <

ico o ccn she says it.

I~n old h~acheilor says~ an engagedt
nian is as goodt asi marridct, andi a
v1 o!ed~ man i~ I tc~

11! the, igns and1( portcnts ar:
rd~ ~ ~i( Ir abmt tollenitet' ai (1
'':ccz i in the s ctl.

fic~cIt co,'nge smhas non er dbeoen
ablel to get a whistle into the Con-
grecssional Riecor~d

TIhe Wo~rrld's Mlost Indviidual
Playing Cards
focur favorite photo-
graprh a sweethea~t
al friend--a child--

..* n ideal gift
tnc\l 8be ore o 1 re

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touhdon o e aplete 1-0 bat- t' U""
tie, and on the sidelines a fightdrn ThetieSdaso
broke out right in front of me. priiae.
hoopee. B3ernie Feldman and family were o
Some of the boys went back to vstr ntw atSna.
school after the game but a good
many of us stayed in Jax for Yom T ste o I Flin al
Kiippur. Notathat I want tut for "Thc 0 1.l thvsiin at her hom atl 522, 28th te
certainly were some attractive vstn h om S tti
girls at the Synagog., I'm telling Street.
you it's a grand and glorious feel-
ing to come into the city from col-icoeIe Ir e
lege. All1 the boys are treated like i
big shots, parties are given in their regularly every Friday night at :
honor, and there's a hot time inth Te leo BrwdAvn
the od ton tht niht. ith the Rabbi, Dr. C. N. Her-
But everything has its ending', man, officiating' and delivering a
and there is the morning after the sro olwn h evcs
night before. or rather, going to PasfraHloenetr_
a lecture class and dreaming about
the astevets.tainmnent October 31, at the lodge ~
This is getting us nowhere, I'm rooms were made by the Palmt
still dreaming and you are just Beach lodge, 1146, B'nai Brith,
wondering when I'll be coming Mlonday night at its meeting in
dow~n to earth. W~ell, here g~oes. the lodge rooms, 434 Clemati i
The U. sponsors a weekly paper Street. Ben Aaron, Ralph Cohen
called the Aliaowhcisand Sol Rubin were initiated into
fairly good as school papers go. the order with full membership
Believe it or not one-quarter of honors. Through the grand lodge
the Miami Jewish population up of Cincinnati, Ohio, the local lodge
here works for the paper in some has arranged for the appearance
capacity or other; that is, at least here in February of Pierre Van
a few fellows. These boys are: Al. Paasen, widely-known writer, el-
Kiahn, Phil Breman, Sam Birn- ucator and lecturer. It was an-
krant, and Al. Cassel. I can see nounced that the next initiation
them all as future Brisbanes of class will be named after the late
the n wspabp r world Cpaaerou an en aDrucnker,b who did several
Phil is also a swimmer. He entered -
the backstroke event in the intra- Mr. and Mrs. Adler of Norfolk,
mural meet and altho I regret that IVa., are staying here for a few
I cannot say he won, still he did) months at the Aler~mia Apar~t-
prove that he was different. You've ments. Mr. A4dler is connected
all no doubt heard the expression, with the N~ational Linen SuDpply
"He's runming too long in one Company.
place!" Wlell, Phil goes one bet-
ter; he goes backwards fast. only called, the ocarina (maybe
The height of gracefulness is Al, it is vice versa.) The instrument,
Hahn d i so h esfnig lesssonsl* if itomac abe called svuch is ae
team in his senior year. Al. is a looking. However, sounds do emit
jack of all trades for he is also) from it that sound like music.
out for the debating team of the Next week I'm going to give the
Commerce Club. I guess he's fig- girls some advice. No, it won't be
during on being a big man in more letters to the lovelorn or anything
ways than one. More power to like that. Watch for it.
you, Al. ~-----
Nope, that wasn't a volcanic "-"-""-""-"1--l-r- ll-l-a----
eruption, it was just some excess nonigteOeigo
steam being emitted from the pol- Anonigte pnn f
itical parties. The school is in an pero hlse
uproar over the ensuing elections. I Ctiltrf110 ES It
Either one is or one isn't. But T00818
what one is or what one isn't I i
haven't been able to find out as 1 .E HR T
yet. Politicians. you know, also
go out for fencing. Yes, sir, they -....
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gA .res lnent lfigure psses oum AND SHOES i
Birkrant in his new band uniform. J
Hot stuff I all it Fn..~, d MEN'S~ ~rcr

,V cYrr s .U or your eVU t-
ification Sam plays the slide trom-
bone. In baseball you slide into a
bag, however on the trombone I
thiink you .slide into the wrong
note there is no possibility of be-
ing tagged out. Even then I don't
know for there is always the di-
rector on the watch.
Speaking of music, Al. Cassel
plays violin in the school orches-
tra. Besides the violtin, AL, can
play the nhelele, gui~tar and alSO
the sweet potato, or as it is com-

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