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The Jewish Floridian ( October 28, 1932 )

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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla
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October 28, 1932
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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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 28, 1932
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:
AA00010090:00191

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
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Related Items:
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Related Items:
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Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
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at WWu You

ake Life MCean?


THthe coming of the New
Year with its hopes and pos-
lities strengthening and sus-
jing us, may there not come to
also a new conception of re-
Dn which shall serve as a pillar
'ire to light up the pathway of
The past years have been
Is so many years of sorrow and
ppointment---dreamns that have
Shattered, hopSes have been
Cited. Can we not start on t~his
.stretch of road giving life a
!r meaning which shall
agthen us even- theisgh- the
I is rough and rugged ? There
Story of a' young preacher,
;or of a large city church who
invited by a small country
yregation to fill its pulpit. He
t, taking his little son with
A pooi church, a poor con-
:ation. After the service was
luded, he started out of the
ch leading his little son by the
i. When he reached thie back
, he saw a charity box Kin?
ng out a quarter dropped it
the box and proceeded on his
He had gone but a short
since whb~n'~e hW eard hiis name


Welfare Bureau

Elects Officers

me t gMonday nigh the annual
Bureau was held at Kaplan Hall.


Pioneer Merchant

Dies Last WYeek

Abraham Wolkowsky, pioneer
Key West merchant and one of the
first Jewish settlers in the south-
west, having come to Key West in
1889, died at his home, 752 N. IW.
Seventh Road, Miami, Thursday
night of last week. The funeral
was held on Friday, Hoshanna
Rabboh, from the home with Rab-
bi S. M. fMachtei officiating. In-
terment was at the Beth David
section of Memorial City Ceme-
tery. Active pallbearers were A.
Louis, Morris Weintranb, Morris
'Rubin, Sam Simonhoffi, Harry
Simonhoff, arid Hermail Marko-
vitz. Honorary pallbearers were
Clyde Vining, Henry Filer, Waldo
Leon, Harold Ward, A. B. Curry,
and H. Brovaldi.
Mr. Wolkowsky was born in
Yogestov, Russia, in 1864* alnd
came to the United States about 50
years ago. In 1889 he came to
Key West and for a number of
years he peddled, selling general
merchandise. After estabishinge
a reputation as an honorable and
fair-dealing merchant he opened a
store in Key West and, until 1920,
was actively engaged in his bus-
iness. In that year he retired to
devote himself to real estate and
mortgage investments, both ijn
Miami and in Key West. In the
Spring of 1931 he moved to Mi-
amf gto s~~~urvived by the widow,
Rebeeca, and by three sons, Isaae,
Frank and Joseph, all of Miami.
An excerpt from one of the
many letters of condolence received
Iby the sons will best illustrate
the character of the late Abraham
Wolkowsky. "Your father, to my
mind, was a most remarkable
man. His excellent business ree-
ord stands for itself but there was
a side to him little known that
would, perhaps, have caused the
world to marvel had he chosen to
let that become general knowledge.
He set certain standards for him-
self and to m~y certain knowledge
adhered' to them with the utmost
rigidity. There ;was much to ad-
mire in him and his career to
those who had thie opporttmity of
knowing the inside story. For
reasons best known to himself he
departed~ from the strict dictates
of business reasoning on occasion
to extend relief to those in trouble
even in the! facyof a certain finan-
cial loss to himself,. He seemed to
prefer to keep such things from
Sthe knowledge of the world in gen-
eral and I recall mnsta o e
his exp aining h at o i
analmost tap logye is manner quite

feel inclined to ifoast of their, fore-


Mrs. Julius Simpson
luncheon which will be held to-
gether with the regular meeting
of the organization in November.
The exact date and details will
be announced in an early issue of
the Jewish Floridian. Mrs. Julius
Simpson, president of the orgami-
sation, will announce the names
of those appointed to the various
committees of the organization*



'ItiHEgt ls


With the largest number of peo-
ple in its history attending, the
Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery
Association held a mass meeting
at the Synagogue of the Miami
J~ewish Oritaherrt Congregation last
Wednesday night. Mr. I. L. Mint-
-ser, thie president, began the meet-
ing with a detailed report of the
activities of the organization and
its presentt problems, A -lonrg and
thorough~ discussion follorwed- in
.which maty took part. A resolu-
'tion was adopted demanding a re-
aefoh in the principlamlan other
.charges. made by the Woodlawn
-Cemgtery Co. and a committee to
conduct ngeotiations between the
association and the company, was
-eldeted at. large, and include
Messrs. Philip Liberman, Harry I.
Lipton, H. M. Drevich, Joseph
Shonrfeld, Louis Heiman, Rabbi S.
M. Machtei, Harry Markowitz; and
I. L. Mintzer The committee wars
inistrpeted to report the result of
its negotiations within two weeks
to another mass meeting to be
held on .Wednesday, November 9,
at a a lace to be announced shortly.


Philip Lieberman


jA report of the year's activities
was read by Mlrs. Sadye G. Rose,
executive secretary. Several brief
addresses were heard during t~e
evening. Messrs. Apte, ~Bernstein
and Wohl were appointed a nom-
inating committee and recommend-
ed officers for the coming year.
Thsi recommendation was unani-
mously approved. Philip Liber;-
man, well known national com-
manal. worker-and psbeasidenof the
Mercantile Bank, was chosen pres-


!Announcemens

MIAMI JEWIlSH ORTHODOX
CONG EGTION

1545 S. W. Third Street
JONAH E. CAPLAN, Rabbi
Friday night services begin at
6 P. M. Saturday morning serv.
eise begin at 9 A. M. Sunday
morning at 10 the Sunday School
will meet at the Synagog and will
b egin its work for the season un-
<1r the d n'sionof Rabbi Ca l

Torah classes are held daily be-
ginning at 3:30

CONGREGATION BECTH JACOB
(Orthodox)
311 Washington Avenue
Miand Beach
L. AXELROD, ~Habbi
.Friday night services begin at 6
o'clock. Saturday morning serv-
ices begin at 9 o'clock. Sunday
morning the Sunday school will
begin at 10 o'clock under the di-
rection of Rabbi Azelrod. Bible
Class will meet at 10. Talmud
Torah classes are held beginning
at 4 P. M. daily at the Synagog.


CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(Conservative)
139 N. W. Third Avenue
JUnB~.dL~ CABLj~, J888 abhL
With Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan of
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation as guest Rabbi of the
Congregation, a forum service will
be conducted by Beth David Con-
gregation beginning at 8 P. M.
Rabbi Cantor A. S. Weisel will
lead in the congregational singing
and Rabbi Caplan will delvier a lee-
ture gn "Imitaition," following
which ~here will be a general dis-
cussion efp floor. A social


TEMPLE ISRAEL QF MIAMI
/Reformr)
187 N. B. Nineteenth Street I
DR. JACOB H. K(APLAR RabWI


id and one of the deseons ap-l dent. In accepting the office he
lchaed' and said, "Pastor, before told of the realization what this
came we decided to give you office meant in work and asked
tever was 'in the collection for the cooperation of the com-
"And he handed him a quar- munityr. Other officers chosen
And the little fellow, walk- were: Herbert E. Kleinman, first
by his side, turned and said, vice president; Rabbi S. M. Mach-
ther, if you had put more in tei, second vice president; Stanley
box, you would have gotten C. Myers, secretary; J. Gerald
e out of it, wouldn't you? ~Lewis, treasurer; Mrs. Julius
never 1 think of this story, it Simpson, assistant treasurer.
as typical of life and of re. Chosen to the board of directors
,n and of the synagyg. The were: Louis Roth, Dr'. Barney
e we put in, the more we get Weinkle, Dr. Frank Coret, Dr'
In a recent book occurs the Samuel Aronovitz, Dr. Max Dob-
ence, "It is not what you get rin, Dr. A. E. Rosenthal, Dr. Max
of people but what you put in. Ghertler, Dr. M. D). Kirsch, Her-
hem that gives life meaning." bert Ul. Feibelman, Itarry I. Lip-
: it true that the attitude of ton, Baron de Hirsch' Meyer, Har-
t of us in the past has been to ry Simonhoff, Sydney L. ~Wein-
to get out of people, out of re. traub, Ignatz Wohl, Sam Blank,
,n, out of friendship as much Juling Simpson, Harold Landfield,
ve can, not realizing that the H. H. Hyman, David Goldstein, J*
value of these institutions is Richter, Jack Bernstein, J. Caplan,
er what we .put into them-- Rose Weiss, M. L. Cohen, I. Levin,
t we give of ourselves tom make A. Miller, Morris Rubin, Tobia~s
a worthwhile. It friendship is Simoil and Harry Isaacs. The local
ave any value at all, it must be Rabbis were elected honorary
strengthening of spirit that members of the board.
,s to you because you have left -
imprint on another. soul, be- of a fiddle but the outpouring of a
e you have had some meaning human soul that came to you
other life. when he played. The synagogue
Lere are those who complain of tomorrow that is going to spir-
Schurch and synagogue havel itually rouse our people is the
their meaning and that they synagogue to which people will
thing out of them any more. come seeking t ofind out how much
ynot, if they contribute noth- they can put into it, how much
spiritual value and richness they can contribute to make it a
>u. No institution can give spiritual reservoir filled with t e
value except as those whot strivings and te a pnd women.
ine titth it pour tead upwr dowkn re anoabeomngrh
frely ntoit.A fw yarsIf he ew eari t 'l be the_ bless
hewriter spent the summer with blessings, It will fr tebely
resort where a well known ings that you andIwill bemae up
oy orchestra was playing.l pour into it. twhich we gladly u
first viohmeit played beauti-l of the soul stuff thih lie s gal
technically perfect, without contribute to bring to oYite livs
or flaw. But the playing left strength and happiness. te out of
Iod. In the orchestra was eternally true Wha he metore o
eryoung tellow--his playing life what we pu int i-t mr
othave been so perfect but we put in, the more there comn7 a.
rildthe Ilstene because JEta blet strength, happies and
otthe cold mechaalearl tson flaer outlook ona life.


Study to Moral


"Relation of


Life"~ is the subject~ of Dr. Jacob
H. Kaplan's lecture Friday eve-
ning at Temple Israel as part of
the services which -begin at 8:15.
This is the seventh lecture of the
course on Jewish Ethical Prmn-
ciples. The publice Ts w7~elcome.




By COdgregatioR


The second of a series off general -' bes an e. Itwa his pr vedn boast
meetings to plan in ensiv wor *ha hi wsmwa~i~on .
for the Miami Jewish Orthodox 18rterB000 TO
Congregation was held Tuesday N td i e
night at its Synagogue. An ad- sponsor Picnicl oe W ie
dress by Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan ~oTO 711 $#.Bt

ethe wok coang d ga rti e wie Inaugurating the beginning of
season received much applause. Al its Sunday school term, the Beth ORLANDO, Fla.- Opie Read,
large number of new members Jacob Sisterhood of Miami Beach Soubtern author and Chautaunqa
'wre maitiaited. Committee chair-) is sponsoring a picnic for its Sun- speaker, has arrived in Florida to
named to plan and direct thel day school and Talmud Torahl begin a series of political talks in
wkof their divisions' for the or-l children to which all are invited,l the .W.. J. Hoowey campaign fog
gasartion were selected and in-I at Sunnyr Isles Casino Sunday, Oe- governor. Included in his itiner-
clude Joseph Greenberg, formreyly tober 80t'h. The ears will meet ary will be Penaeola, Marianna,
of New York, as chairman of Tail-l at the Bynagogue, 811 WE~~- .Panamlra City, Tallahaseea, Mcdi-
mud Torarh and educational activ- 'ton Ave., at i:80 P. He miga on, Gainesville, Jacksoaville, St.
(ties, Max Kapterartein in ahj Spen proee to the plenic 8 adsip( Augtiner Datona .OBacl West
of hotasing and aesm were 'gi therace sad the Palm Beahe.,Miamn Fort Jlyers,
cad Herbert E. Scher mea shd ithletic th Earaota .St. Petega~bqg, ..ange, -
Synhagogue sad, bt obate ,Imn


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11 o'clock on Sunday moni
"Facing the Future."
Tobin will deliver the
seaq
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tion to these there will be pp
sedipture reading, and a g~
box.

Next Sunday onn t
cob will hold it noreningat
Sunday school ws oeningbb a
rod and a staff of trained ta
s will register the children ,
the aternon te opening d
of the season will take pa
Sunny Isles Casino when the
day school will enjoy an onl
Games of all kinds, athletic
teete and campfires, will Be m
ed for the entertainmneat a
chlridren a~nd gutests.

The annual baked foodP
sale of H~adassah wi lbl be
Noveame ~eidd and 28acrd,
be directed by a committeelwj
byr MalgPes David ogem
Manale Wesson. Part of tbse
eeeds will be donated to thej
islh W9elfare Bureau.

The next meeting of the la
Anzillar of 'the Mbiami Jewish
thodox Congregation will be
on Tuhesday, November 8th,r
*. A program includding 4
teresting speaker and seventl
sical anmbers will be provide(
seeial hour will follow the
sesason.



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SITUD)IO OF DANCE
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A well-attended meeting of the
Ladies' A u xi li a r y of the
Miiami Jewish Orthodox Congrega.
tion was held in the vestry room
of the Synagogue last Tuesday
ni ht. The report of the nominart.
ing committee recommending that
the present officers be continued
until May 1, 1933, and that all elee-
tions be held at that date was
unanimously adopted. Plans for
the coming season were diseassd,
The next affair to be held wlB be
the package party on Novembe~r
13th, in charge of 1I8rs. Sam Tan. ~
nenbaum, Charles Feldman, Louis
Pallott and Harry Kotkin. Fall
details of this party wlil appear
in our next issue. A Chanoka surp-
per will be held on Sunday eve-
ning, December 25th, in charge of
a committee consisting of Mes-
dames Wm. Mechlowitz, Morris
Rappaport and Max Kapterstein.
In January a dance will be held,
the exact time- and place to h
announced in an early iesse.




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himself to be able to present it in
memory of his parents to Beth
David. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan
was then heard in a stirring ap-
peal for preservation of the
ideals of the Torah. Cantor Hay-
man then sang and he was fol-
lowed by Rabbi L. Axelrod of Mi-
ami Beach.
Canter Boris Schlachman was
then heard in a spirited rendition
of a hymn. He was followed by
Rabbi Press of the congregation
who spoke of the significance of
the ceremony. Then Cantor Na-
than Wroobel sang, and then all
three Cantors joined in the sing-
ing of several hymns. Music was
furnished by Bernie Mayerson's
orchestra. After the formal cere-
monies were concluded all enjoyed
dancing and refreshments in the
Talmud Torahi building.

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As we go to press an important

e~ So al seti bein he at t
Beth Jacob Synagogue. Plans for




ber ist, beginning at 8 P. M., the
L~adies' Auxiliary of the Miami
Jewfish Orthodox Congregataon
wi~ll sponsor a card party at t
\estry rooms of the synagogue
with Mlesdames Harry Kotkin aml
Sam, Futterfass as the hostesses.
Prizes w~ill be awarded for high
scoreP and refreshments will be
st~rved. The public is invited to
attend
$* **
Mr. Samuel Merson, who was ~a
patient at the Jackson Memorial
Hospital, is now convalescing at
his home.
*


Sisterhod
of Te pe Isrel es spon scoring a
Halloween party at Kaplan ni- .



dent group. There adr n cr
of various kind dplied for dan o-
chest&raefu 5ments were served
du ing the evening. Committee in
charge includes Mrs. J. A. Richter,
eMrs. Bert ReisEner, Mrs. Nat Roth,
Mrs. Bertha LeVy, Mrs'. H. H.
Miller Mrs. P. Scheinberg, M~rs.
H. I. Magid. Mrs. Harry Nev\in
and Mlrs. Charles Gree~nfield.

91n ets for the winter
manh ~even panned at a recent
mentis ver tehep Beth David Sister-
hd the Talmud Torah, with
hodo t. e. cCabill asC the guest
Mpakr.k She sFpoke of the far-
speachn er.k of the Dade County
Fdreahion orf Women's Clubs and
oFedratin fo the convention of the
Su hassterrn council to take place
here NIovember 14 to 17.Ms i-
licent Rubin's reading concluded
the program.* *

The Junior committee of Beth
D avd wfill entertain a card party at
thavhome of Mrs. G~eorge Goldberg,
>17i64 S. W. Sevtenteenth street, No-
vember 2!, funds to be used to re-
plenish the kitchen of Talmud To- i
rah. Mrs. Sam Wleisel is chair-
m for the party. Mrs. B. Kate
is chairman of the all-day food sale
scheduled for November 2!3. The
steering committee. with members
of the junior committee, will be
hostesses at a Thanksgiving dance,
N~ovember 23.

The first of a series of benefit
bridges was given recently by Mris
Mliriam Scheinberg and M~iss Lee
Kasanof for the Junior council.
Those who attended were Miss
Lylian Chisling, Miss Sylvia To-
bias, Miss Sylvia Miller, Miss
Goldie Miller, Miss Fay Sheldon,
Miss Millie Dreisen, Miss Florence
Besvinick, Miss Bessie Besvainck,
Miss Eleanor Sheldon. Miss Sara
Kahn, Miss Charlotte Kiahn, li~ss
Harriet Kant~or, Miss Marjorie
Hackel, Miss Henrietta Hirsch,
Miss Bea Alpert, Miss Sylvia Farr,
Mrs. Jack Simon, Mliss Ruth Son-
tag, Miss Helen Lipton, M\Iiss
Rhoda Levy and Mrs. M. Schein-
berg.

M~rs. Rose Goldstein, popular
restaurateur, is a patient at the
Jackson Memorial Hospital where
she was operated on last Friday
morning.


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Religious School of Temple The first meeting of the cur-
srael will be held Sunday morn- rent season for Junior Hadassah
ng at 10 o'clock. Three depart- was greeted writh more than 75
rents, or eyeles, are in full op- members and guests in attend-
ration this year, consisting of ance. Miss Lena Weinkle, its
hre, to nd iveelsse. Bbjpresident, presided and a very
cal or Post-Bibical stereopticon slni rga olwdte
ictures will be shown to each de-i business meeting. A number of
artment once a month. out of town guests attended, and
when called on, responded briefly.
A clss or he tud oftheMrs. Moses K3rieger,ntialy
lible will be opened Wednesday rominhen imotnceo Haash work, told
morning in the study of the rabbiofteipraeofhergna-
t the Temple Israle, provided a tion and her observations of its
efficient number register forI success during a trip in Palestine
re class. At 10 o'clock the same~ some years ago. >Frances Kane
morning, if there is a demand for; played a number of piano selections,
classs in Jewish Current Lucille Mutchler was heard in sev-
vents will be organg~ised. eral readings and a one-act play,
"Pioneers,") was presented by
A regular meeting of the Booksf Helen Wroobel, Hanna Mack and
SBrief Club was held last Mon-i Beatrice Goldenblank. At the con-
ay night at the home of Mirs. closion of the meeting refresh-
eorge Goldberg, at which Mrs.j ments were served.
harles Feldman reviewed "Far ***
rom ;the Madding Crowd," and The full details of the Thankj-
rfs. Sam Tannenbaum reviewed giving dance of Junior Hadassah
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discussion of both books in which of the Jewish Floridian.
the members joined followed. A *
social hour at which refreshments Beginning the ceremonies of
were served then followed. Pres- presenting a Safer Torah to Beth
ent were Mesdames H. Oliphant, David Congregation in the pres-
Harry Kotkin, Meyer Kotkin, ence of more than 600 people, Mr.
Jonah E Caplan Charles Feld- and Mrs Samuel Small the donors,


man, Sam Futterfass, Georgel and a group of officials and guests /
Goldberger, Dave Solomon, Louist gathered in the Talmud Torah of 1
Heiman and Sam Tannenbaum. ght.Congr gat onthlasproSe oan

Mrs. Jonah E. Caplan, wife of Mr. Small carried the scroll, fol-
Rabbi Caplan of the Miami Jew-' lowed by Mrs. Small. Then came i
ish Orthodox Congregation, was Ithe Rabbis and officials. The
complimented with a bridge party children of the Sunday School, led
by Mrs. Sam Tannenbaum at her by their superintendent, Mr. Stan-
home Thursday afternoon. Thet ley C. Myers, followed singing the
home was beautifully decorated Hiatikyo and carrying Simchas
for the event with cut flowers andl Torah flags. The large audience
potted palms. A beautiful guests arose as the procession entered the
prize was presented by the hostess synagogue. The traditional mel-
to the guest of honor. Prizes forl odies were intoned by Cantor Louis
first, second and third highest Hayman of Beth David Congrega-
scores were awarded to winners.i tion as the Scroll was deposited i
Present were Mesdames Nathan in the Ark. Mr. Sydney L. Wein.
Adelman, I. Buckstein, J., L. Sho- traub, who presided, spoke briefly
chet, Harry Seitlin, Charles Tan- and then introduced Mr. Samuel
nenbaum, Charles Feldman, Saml Small, who told of th@ ~history of
Futterfass, Meyer Kotkin, Harry the scroll; how it had been pre-
Kotkin, Louis Heiman, Dave So)l- sented to the synagogue in his na-
omon, Sydney Ranzin, Milton tive city by his mother and father;
WKeiner,' George Goldberg, andf how he had rescued it from certain
Max K~upferstein. Delicious re-j appropriation by the Soviet gov.
freshments were served during the ernment for museum purposes, and
afternoon, the pleasure of Mrs. Small and


A class in Jewish Literature
was formed last Tuesday night at
the home of Rabbi Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan of Temple Israel for the
intensive study of Jewish life and
literature. They will meet every
Tuesday night at Dr. Klaplan's
home.

The Steering Committee of Beth
David Congregation will be hosts
to the members and officers of
Beth David Congregation ~pd the
general public at a smoker for
men only next Wednesday evening,
November 2, beginning at 8
'ociock. There will be music, en-
tertainment and refreshments.
The general public is invited to
attend.

The installation which Hadassah
will hold on November 14th prom-
ises to be a most novel and at-
tractive affair. Mrs. Barney
IWeinkle is in charge and she will
ably be asssited by Mrs. M. Wes-

a rs ii'

Mrs. Harrry Nevins, chairman
of the Charity Boxr committee of
the Ladie' Auxiliary of the Jew. -
ish Wfrelfare Btr~eas, 9equests that
all having: chaity boxes please
bring them to the mast seestals at
the organisation i4 November.


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Vol. 5.~ No, 483,
Friday, October 88, 1912


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SOCIETY

Beth Jacob will begin registra-
tion of Sunday Schol pupils on
Sunday, Otober 30, at 10 A. M.
A Bible class for those between
the agers of 18 to 16 will begin at
the same time with Rabbi Lazarus
~Azelrod of the Congrp~gation in
charge.

John Barrymore, fanmos stage
ABnd ~screen artist, again shows the
superb artistry he is capable of its
"F State's Attorney," playing
this coming Sunday and Monday
at the Tivoli Theater. Assisting in
rthe east is Helen Twelvetrees, not-
ad actr~es. Barrymore portrays
the role of a lawyer who is vie-
.tericas ~ir a scandal case for a
client who then becomes his mis-
tress. ,Inspired by her he becomes
state's attorney and rises until he
marries the governor's daughter.
Through stirring and dramatic
court scenes the audience is led
~to the conclusion of the picture
wKhen he finally returns to his
first love.

A well-attended meeting of the
Hebrew Athletic Club was held
last Wednesday night at Beth D~a-
vid Talmud Torah. The first an-
nual dance of the Club will be
held at the Coral Gables Country
Club _S~uday night, October 30th,
when a number of acts will furnish
addlitional entertainment to the
guests. A volley ball match will
be held at Hollywod Sunday after-
noon under the auspices of the
Club. Other ~athletic activities
and reports of the recent enter-
tainmenlt were presented. The
next meeting of the organization
will be hled at Beth David Hall
.next WKednesday evening.

More than 800 guests attended
the one-act play and vaudeville
entertainment given by the He-
brew Athletic Club and the Dra-
maties League of Miami at Kap-
lan Hall last Thursday evening.
Jerry `Weinberg was master ,of
ceremonies and introduced the va-
:rious acts. Mr. Murray Grossman,
president of the C~i~b and author
of the on~e-act play presented,
sppoke briefly anid told of the aims


Of .. ..aieto. out...aning I The lecture of M
i" th paf""ene was the sing- the Masonie Hall, 1I
ing by~ Cantor Boris Schlachman N. W. First 8);., will 1
Bn Joe Mandelbaum, dancing by the auspices of the l
jeoardToin and Rose Chintal- Friday evening, Not
ing, acrobatic dance by Milt Trae- 8 o'clock.
ter, and piano playing by Joseph *
Arens. A supposedly Jewish skit An important mel
by Streit marred the presentation Sisterhood of Chesec
of the evening's program, being will be held next T1
of the type that has been con- noon, November 1,
demned by the Anti-Defamation 2 o'clock, at the homl
Lea'iftinif- Bnai' Brith an~d leading Schwartz, 884 N. W.
JeWS of the country. Dancing and All members and tho
refreshments followed the formally in the work of this i
program. Much thanks is due the ganization are invite
members of the committee and the
actors taking part for the general The Senior Counci
excellence of the program. Marked WSomen held a regular
throughout the evening was the Kaplan Hall last W
'spirit of camaraderie and frinedship ernoon when import
that seemed to pervade the en- was transacted. The
tire gathering. This is the first of Mrs. Ben Watts
of a series of affairs planned by was accepted with r
the organization. Others will fol- Lena Simon, the firP
low during the season. ~ ar n~ l~~r


. edacht .at
5th Ave. and
be. held nuder
ocal L; W. O.
member 4, at


eting of the
d Shel Emes
uesday after-
beginning at
e of Mrs. Sol
Second Ave.
,se intgerested
importantt or-
id to attend.

il of Jewish
r meeting at
!dnesday aft-
;ant business
e resignation
as president
,egret. Mrs.
rt vice presii-
dmi t~r


Opening of a brapsh studio in
Philpitt's concert rsalen, 40 8. E,
First 8.t, has been, announced by
Viola Belasco; who as% operated
a dance studio in thei Doug~las en-
trance, Coral Gables, for sixt sea-
sons. Miss Belasco will be in
charge of enrollments,

One of the prettiest and best
att ended affaenairs of the current
season was the benefit bridge ten-
dered by Mrs. Jennie Rottort and
mother, Mrs. L. Hartz, at their
home last Wednawday night for
the Jewish Welfare Boreau. More
than 18 tables of bridge were jin
play. The door prize was award-
ed to Mrs. M~. Jamison, and other
prizes, inchz~ding a beautiful paint-
ing donated by Mits. Freda Lutsky
were awarded to Mesdamies Bol
Rotfort, Charles Goldstein, Wiil-
liam Mechloviintz, A. Pepper, Al
Zalka, M. Jackson and Charles
Wesson. During the evening de-
licious refreshments were enjoyed.
A substantial sum was raised
through this bridge for the work
of the Jewish W'elfare Bureau.

Dr. Barney Weinkle, prominent
Miami physician, will be pleased
to greet his many friends at his
new home and Beach offices, 1228
Enelid Ave., where he recently
moved.


,rV eW as~ pre en CI I
and Mrs. Julius Simpson selected
ed as first vice president. Mrp.
Le[wis Brown was named hosrpi-
tality Chairman and Mrs. M~Zorris
Darbler ps chairatan in charge of
immigrant aid. Small dopations
were given to the Nafional Home
for Children and to the National
Jewish HEospitali, both at Denrer,
Cole. An impgortan meeting of
the board of directors will be held
shortly.


A regular board meeting of Beth
David Sisterhood will be held
Wednesday, November 2, preceded
by a luncheon at noon. A business
meeting will then follow.

The Junior I. W. O. is slponsoring
a "Prosperity Dance" at the An-
tilla Hotel. Sunday evening, No-
vember 19th.

As appeared in an early' Sep-
tember issue of this paper, Ha-
dassah ~is planning for' its first
fund raising event. Their annual
baked goods sale -on November
28-28. Mrs. D). Bogen and Mrs.
M. Wesson will be in charge and
will be assisted by the following
committee of women: Mrs. ;j.
Simpson, Mrs. Bernice Cohen,
Mrs. L. Zeientz, Mrs. Milton
Weineri Mrs. Hartz, Mrs. Mary
K~leinman, Mrs. Alex Goldsteir,
Mrs. Harry Orlin, Mrs. A. Orovitz,
Mrs. Sam Kats. There will be 4
'corjls of women wh~o with ears
will pick up cakes and foodstuffs
from donors. Several splendid
locations on Flagler street have
already been arranged for, and
preparations are in full swing for
this affair. Hadassah is going tip
give to the Jewish Welfare a pale
of the proceeds to help the needy
of the city. All persons wishing
to give donations please call Mrs.
'Bogen, 2-228, or Mrs. M. Wege
son, 2-3868, or Mrs. S. H. Lutsky,
5-3231.

All persons interested in jois,
ing a RHebrew class which is be
mng sponsored by Hadassah, plaeap
call Mrs.' Lutsky evemings I
5-8241. +* ~

Sam Rappaport returnedrtertertert to t/e
exty after an absence of more thin
four months spent at Belmar, NJ. T

Mr. and Mrs. William Klein o
1860 S. W. 4th St. returned totl
city after an absenceof svr1
months spent visiting relative s
and friends in Atlanta, Ga.~ Oh
their return they wkere acconi-
panied by Mr. and Mrs. M. Jacobp
of Atlanta, parents of Mrs. Kleiq,
who will be their house guests for
the winter season.


yMILTON A. FgIEDMAN

ello, folks! le everybody hap-
ere I am pgaip all set for a;
eruption of news.. Are you

stweek. 1 entionred );he ipol-
I fracas that was taking p)'ace
the campus. One certainly
have a weak heart and hp in /
tcs. After the larw school elee-
returns were posted it was
ad that one party had won by
margin of one vote. As ex-
e, that one vote was contest-
bythe opposing side sad now
heat is at a boiling point. Na-
11elections can't rcompare with
for dramatics. Mel. Richard
me of tihe as "hib~iir'ers ini od'
st, I have a faint suspicion that
working for an office as a
tentative of the non-frat
up in the general elections.
.is also propilpest in news-
er writing, being Forum editor
heAlligator, the U., weekly.
hs past Saturdairthe ~U. of
played a .football game
inst the Citadel in the U.
ium. As far os tehe outcome
concerned everything went
,for Florida scored its first
ory ever won in its own stad-
.But from the standpoint of
spectators things were 7 ittle
damp in more ways than one*
uraly at all games there are
se that imbibe too freely of
~o-glycerine with the usual re
ts therefrom. There really
Some beautiful fightst Be-
isthis, however, wud' ae
nso bad but for old man Plu-
e sticking his two cents into the
er. Boy, did it ever rain in
kts ? From my personal
Vpint the rain wouldn't have
~tered much because I was weill
jtected by a raincoat, but there
re some other factors. The
ow behind me in his excite-
itover a brilliant run leaned
Sand the water from the brim
ishat poured down my neck,
to make things worse he had
pill a bottle of pop down mF
Iv.Have you ever seen the
ak of the Hesperus ? I did in
mirror*
neof the outstanding men on
campus is that old maestro,
thKirach. As P've stated be-
,Ralph was appointed intra-
almanager recently, Ralph is
a player of note both in ten-
ndmusic. He is in the U.
and orchestra. Besides this
a soloist with the glee club,
mgthe violin obligato. Pset.
Doeh.
Ie fraternity oahp


She is a curious lady-and would
know
Adventures, different people,
and, strange places;
She feels her curiosity soon grow
At one quick glimpse of interest-
ing faces.
Wild Western thrillers, talkies,
radio
All give her joy, as do the som-
ber paces
Of classic studies. And she loves
a blow
Dealt swiftly on the street, and
foreign graces.
She finds her life is worth is fuller
living
If only that such things as good
chop suey
Are served in tea rooms. Always
she keeps giving
Interest to a world that holds

Anda wHey her filled yars close
on one last breathe
Still curious, she will greet the
ranger Death.

The nation's need is variously
described as a song, a new poem
and a resounding joke. But how
would it be it 120,000,000 of us
took the afternoon off for a good
cry?

A new lock on the market makes

and with what key. But susiiuarcr ftetm tws picious
wives may not care to wait until


dle on that double play, robbing
Peter to pay Paul.

Alpine guides report an unusual
amount of activity in their line of
.work during the past two months.
'The trend of business is distinctly
upward, they say.

Bridget` had been discharged.
Extracting a b5 bill from her
wage roll, she threw it to Fido.
Then the shocked mistress heard
her exclaim: "'Sure'n I never for-
get a friend; that's for helping' me
wash the dishes."

Jones--Hello, darling, would you
like to have ~dinner with me to-
night ?
Miaryt-Why, E'd love to, dear.
Jpnes--Then tell your mother
'I'll be over at 7 o'clock.

The fat widws chances for
marrying again are slim.

A bargain is a bargainr-even it
the other ;woman gets it.

A man isn't necessarily, a high
liver because -he occupies the attle
room in a boarding house.

It doesn't ~take a firl long to
catch a husband after she begins
to pose as a man-hater.

Fear of consequences keep a lot


far. Each is certainlyy looking for-
ward to meeting each other, per-
Jlp oSr the championship. It
-looks like a dramatic final if
things work out like expected. Phi
BD is the defending champ, hav.
ing won the title last year without
losing one game all season. It is
a coincidence that of the six men
whjo compose the team this year
three are from Miami: Al. Nathan,
Milt. Friedman, and Phil Bremen.
Well, girls, I know that you have
been, looking forward to this issue in
order to see what advice I have to
offer. I promised this in my col-
umn last week, so F'll try to live
upto it. You've all no doubt heard
fe excpression, or have read it in
literature, that "there comes a
time in the life of every young
man when his thoughts turn to-
ward--" homecoming. .Everyone
is talking about it. Lawns are
being fixed, houses beautified, and
bids are being sent out to the
femmes. A word to the wise is
sufficient, If you have any de-
she to come up to the greatest a -
fairs put on by the frats at one
time, then get busy on the boy
friends and scare up a bid. If there
is any chance of thro idg 18m- s
appeal through the m i, ho I m
mediately and avoid the aus r
Many speeches are ond b re-
eiting poems, sowhybl not a ne on.
ppr column Here is my en

Volets are blue,


morning for the details.


of men in the straight and narrow


The Sunday School of the MI-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion will begin its actual work at
10 A. M. Sunday morning when
t taher uder the direction >f
tRhb aC apa will begin their
wor ***

Mrs J. N. Morris will be hostess
to te members and friends of
Temple Israel at a dessert bridge
next Monday afternoon, October
81st, beginning at 1 o'clock, at
her home, 1761 S. W. 15th St. The
public is invited to attend. Prizes
winl be awarded for high scores
and refreshmnsts will be sevd.
Thopp desiring to spend an en*


It is thought queer no Sing Sing
halfback has tried signing a pro
contract with a view to being ex-
pelled.

Pike's Peak is four inches lower
this fall than in the spring--hari-
ly enough of a drop to warrant
selling an old established mountain
short.

A community in Hungary is
drinking only wine since the vil-
lage well went dry. It is si~naeez-
ly hoped this will not apov~e orur
impetuous IcPadrou~as of rtepel to
blow up the w la~terworks.- i
-* '


Some girls imagine they are as
pretty as a picture because they
are painted.

He talks and she listens during
the courtship, but after marriage
the plan is reversed.

An angleworm, a wolrmologist
states, has s a emlotlemt nature,
Sand is subjectG to aredieilon, fear
and anger, the same as emetatusr
Sof a higher order. Mby neihbog*,


se ems herphs~~rl~
a"rloW~AndC ~r~L~ 1e.li-~
to be t


Tee JEWISEt FIB~nAN
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Endas, Octobr 1
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Page Four


West Pahn Beach

Notes


The Tuesday night Bridge Club
met at the home of Mrs. Harry
Lee on Tuesday, Oct. 25. Present
were: Mrs. F. Barer, Mrs. I. Gold,
Mrs. J. Barash, Mrs. Al Gordan,
Mrs. L. Vangelder, Mrs. J. Leism
ser, Mrs. M. Weinerman and Mrs.
Weiss.

Mrs. Sam A. Goldstein is visit-
ing relatives in Atlanta, stopping
en route at Gaineeville, where her
son, Burton, is attending River-
sde Militr A adem

Mr. Argintar is in New York
on a business trip.

The Dixie Linen Supply Co. is
sponsoring a diamond ball team
composed essentially of Jewish
players. Sam Berner is manager
of the team.

Mr. Kerman returned from a
trip to New York on Sunday, Oc-
tober 23rd.

Mr. Kominers returned from a
business trip to New York Sunday,
Oct. 23rd

The Temple Beth Israel Sister-
hood sponsored a bridge party at
the home of Mrs. J. Halpern on
Thursday evening, October 27.
Hostesses were Mrs. J. Halpern
and Mrs. O. P. Gruner.

Regular Friday night services
of the Temple Beth Israel were
held Friday night at the Temple
with the Rabbi, Dr. C. N. Her-
man, officiating. Following the
services the Rabbi delivered a ser-
mon,

The annez building at the Tem-
ple is almost completed and -Sun
day School classes will be held
there this coming Sunday. The
Sunday School has approximately
70 children in attendance.

B'nai Brith is getting up some
real talent in the way of enter-
tainment for the special meeting
on Monday, Oct. 31 Halloween.

The Congregation Beth El held
a celebration of Simehas Torah
Sunday night at the Community
House. After spending a social
hour, refreshments were served.
Regular services for the Congre-
gation Beth El will be held every
Friday night at the Moose Hall,
434 Clematis.

Mr. and Mrs. Sol Green of Main
Street, Palm Beach, have returned I
after spending the summer in


St. Petersburg

-Otes

Bernard Fuchs, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. Fuchs of this eity,
was Bar Mitzva last Sunday morn-
ing during the Simchas Torah
services. He recited the Haftoro
and Maftir in the presence of a
large congregation. Following the
recitation Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld of
the Congregation addressed him
on the significance of Bar Mitzva
and pronounced the benediction.
Following the services the wor-
shippers were the guests at a
"Kiddush" given by the parents
of the Bar Mitzva.

Last Sunday evening the new
officers of Bnai Israel Congrega-
tion were installed at a public
ceremony in the Synagogue. Mr.
Louis Boston, the outgoing presi-
dent, read his annual report and;
received an enthusiastic ovation
as he concluded. Rabbi A. S./
Kleinfeld, Mr. A. Sirkis and Mr.
M. Feldman acted as the installing
officers. Appropriate addresses
were made by the installing offi-
cers and the newly-elected officers
responded briefly. Particularly
interesting was the address of the


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THE JEWIISH LRDA

Icheon new president, Mr. H. M. sao permanent rabbi
were: The outgoing president, lo toin crausedt him
.and/ ton, was given a beautiful lvns Rabin Klue infel
Irs. I. cup in recognition of his serormer. Colubia Uenivel
ordon, Rabbi M. S. Lesserux,ia deiv sever o bal dnieres
i. Rabbi of the Congrega io, Rabbi -schooals der
ered a stirring address. Rabtshos
Klifeld delivered the concluding
ckota .n Refreshments were provided ThJuico
ve as~ by the entertainment committee,l ized by the young
Miss a sisted by the Auxiliary. Offi-l of this city Mon
t.cers installed were H. M. Jacobs,l at 8 P. M. at the
president, J. Fuchs, vice president, M. Jacobs, 1234
is a HHemntrsurMay Ben-i An immensely
ild of jmnsertr.E. Geldman, D*] was given by RI
nstru- Rothblatt, H. Hankin and Ed Gold- ft~d on te mnec(
ga-man were elected trustees. Jewish women


21s Ae., South, [
24, at 8 P. MC.

"A farmer beheld h
about to end his life is
in the river. He i
in the attempt and
they sh on d go and talk
They returned in 30
-both jumped in the r

A Texas evangelist J
are more married couples
gle persons in heaven. Y
All young married conuplg
posed to be in heaven, for
at least.

Give u it avc d
freely if you would be po






We Deliver

Bundles


SatisBctil08
.Phone 3.agy
tl North West Njnth $h


that he become
of the congrega-
to accept.
d is a graduate of
rsity and holds
from rabbinic


uncil was organ-
rg Jewish women
Iday, October 17,
Some of Mrs. H.
10th Ave., South,
inspiring lecture
abbi A. S. Klein-
essity of young
to talue part in
Sand educational
kIeted were: Mrs.
president; Mrs.
e president; Mrs.
secretary, and
,treasurer. The
l1 be held at the
lliam Salser, 1650


and a delicious midnight lun
was served. Those present
Mr. and Mrs. F. Barer, Mr
Mrs. J. Barash, Mr. and M
Gold, Mr. and Mrs. Al GI
an~d Mr. and Mrs. H. Leibov

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dic
of 520 Hampton Road, ha
their guest for the winter
Ann Spyser of Massachuset

The Beth Israel sisterhood
unit of the Needlework Guj
America. They have been ii
mental in furnishing many
ments for distribution for
needy families.


charitable, social
work. Officers e
William Salzer,
Ed. Goldman, vic
Harry Schuster,
Miss Celia Rubmn
next meeting wil
home of Mrs. Wi


the


The Sabbath and Hebrew school
of the Congregation will open next
Sunday morning at 10 A. M. He-
brew school will be held daily at
4 P. M. Friday night services be-
gin tonight when Rabbi Klein-
feld will speak on "The Mystery
of Creationn"

Rabbi Alexander S. Kleinfeld,
formerly of Miami, unanimously
was elected as Rabbi of Congre-
gation B'Nai Israel. Rabbi Klein-
feld came here to conduct holiday
services for the Jewish Newv Year,


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