1545 8. W. Third Street
JONAH E. CAPLAN, Rabbi
SRegular Frf day night services
are held at 6 o'elock with the late
services at 8:15 -o'clock when the
Rabbi will lectrure on "Orthodoxy
-a M~ises~neplldn." Follorwing
the address of the Rabbf the pub-
lie will be invited to discuss the
subject from the floor. Congregar-
tional singing will be led by ar
member of the congregation. Sat-
urday morning services begin at
9 A. M.
CONGREGATION BBTH JACOB
811 Wasrhington Avenue
L. AELRg~OD, Rabbi
The usual Friday night services
begin at 6 P. M. Saturday morn-
ing services will be chanted by the
Cantor Boris Schlachman, and at
10:80 a discourse in Yiddish by
the Rabbi on the portion of the
week will be he~ard. ~It will be a
Talmudie and Midrashie interpre-
tation. This will be continued
vry Sa nrday-inarn~ing through-~~_
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
189 N. W. Thfrd Arease
The usual Friday evening serv-
ices begin at 6 P. M. with thie late
;services at 8 o'clock in charge of
Mr. Louis Weinkle. Louis Bandel
will deliver a short sermon and
Cantor Nathan WNroobel will can
the service. A social hour kW l
follow. The public is invited to
TEMPLE IBRABL OF Mb~dIAI
DRB. JACOB HT. KAPLAN, ~Babbi
The usual Friday night services
begin at 8:15 P.` M.6, with Rabbi
Dr. Jacob H1. Kaplant preaching on
the eighth and last of a series of
a leettittkk~~~kk~~ course in Judalerm. "Re-
ward and Punishment" will be the
srubject of his address. A social
hour winl foo..
The ad astment committee of the
Greater Mianii Jewoishi Cemetery
Association will report to a gen-
eral masse meeting o~f Mdiam~iri- 3~wJe
at Beth.David Talmu~d Torah Hall
Tuesday evening, Norvember 8th,
The meeting wRill hearr the report
of the, committee thart was ap-
pointed recently to adjust ~the dit-
ficulties with the Wfoodlawn Com-
etery Co., and will submit its -~rde
ommendations for final action to
this meeting which fabeing held
according to the original restea-
tions, adopted at a gr~eq~
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M ams, Florida, Friday, November 4, 1982
Price: Five Cents
Last Wednesa evening a large
crowd of Miami men attended the
first of a series of smokers as the
guests of the steering committee
of Beth David Synagogue at its
Talm d Torah building. Leo Ack-
erman, a member of the board, was
master of ceremonies and ably as-
sisted Chester Alexander of the
Bagdad Club in the presentation
of the different acts .during the
evening, A number of the Bag-
dad Club performers appeared dur-
ing the evening and received an
ovation for their sets. Others ap-
iiearing on the varied and. low
program were Norman Fregg~er in
piano numbers; Ben Greenberg in
a Jewish monologue; the Traeger
Brothers in a number of aerobatie
dances; Frances Kane in a Spanish
and Orie~ntal number; Louis Bandel
in a monologue, and Al Berkowits
in a strong man atct. An addrom l
of weleome was made by Ed
Friedman, and a good will talk by
Stanley C. Myers, both mmeb~rs
of the board.
Following the formal program
refreshments were served. During
the evening cigars and ciragettes
were enjoyed by all.
A general meeting of all mem-
bers of the Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation will be held at
the Synagogue of the Congrega-
tion on Thursday evening, Novem-
ber 10th. A prominent speaker
Will address the meeting, and will
be followed by transaction of bus-
iness. Nomination and election of
position of the Rab-
Sthe American Jew-
? Is he a teacher*
scholar, a businerss
eadr ~iriaser, a social
la hanger for pub.
SIs it not natural
itmatances that be
a primau donna, a
mer J. Cohen of
ris these questions
blished in the "J ew-
ltrali Rabbi faces
soclares in this ar-
tress is not princi-
-'though he is not
his distress is froa
inhis rsel, si
oa he feels a
ints himd tor t a
;a~tic of the deear
landations. He is
eaity of his wbi~rk,
the' haunting fear
lity; he doesn't
or what purpose,
of Miami Conservatory Recital
Hall. Presented by the Conserva-
tof~y under the susplees of Walter
Grossman, his teacher, Leonard
was heard in a recital which
showed the remarkable ability and
technique tshat he has mastered
miis .sus Ebi~ sab
Grossman tha~t Leonard would be
presented in another reeital short.
Assisting` him was Robert Bost-
wick, well known University ar~-
itone, and Evelyn Plagman Jones,
Wednesday night Leonard, ac-
companied by ~the university of
Miami Junior Symphony Orches-
tra, was heard in the' Thiirdl si-
nual International Radio Broad-
caslt giv'en 'by thie Advertasing Clb
erabbi only to-
aed this inner un-
;for many years*
* prosperity with
in hisr inner ques-
)r, however, the
'silenced, and up
com~e the inner
ileasand. that the
atf Rasbbl, what
Chl as Ipadequate
is uatir to con-
Smay bring hagt i rng~~ ~ o e n
a stowd,", Babbi
t bri th Jeino
toYou t Rabbi
an pnrr to
tion from whleh
iT" Rabbi Cohen
tof fundsr. To
board of diree-
mutst also have
offo cers for the coming tenrm will I i _j_~ _
then be made. A report of the B2~elleille Of 0
comt a seeentlen alpoitad the .
a'id in the Talmud Torah and Syn. --
agogal work of the Congregation ~e~eting at;thei :home of Mrs.
will present their recommend. Isidor Gohen, a special dommrittee
tions. All members are arged to ,arranged the follorwing dates for
be on hand promptly at 8 P. M. Beth David affairs for the. com-
when the meeting will begin. int season: .Beginning with a card
party ~on .K~eather.. 16th. at. Beth
Dasvid '1hismetd .Torah,. at wgich
W Afar Bureau besdae m~ 1n ande I.ro itz
TO Held Benefit low, a. Thanksgiving dance spon-
saoed by the steering Committee
on November 27th; ~November 30th
Sponsoring a bridge for the ben- ( a garden_ party- described elsewhere
etit of the Jewish Welfare Bu. In these icolons arr 014t p ar
reau at the Admiral Hotel, 1020 party hosessDe. 22nd-23rd, food
Meridiain Ave~., Miamni Beach, neict sale, with ~Mrs. J. Kats as chair-
Wednesday afternoon, November man; Dec. 25th, card party; Dec.
9th; beginnings at 2 P. M. are 1ist, Nljw Year's Eve dinner and
Medms A. Rausin and G. eeat. the Talmud Torah;. Jan.
Sherm n, who will be8 assisted by 14th, card party at the Blackstone
Meadames Alex Goldstein, Stanler Motel with Meadames Sydney L.
C. Mlyers, Bert Reisner, L..Rlosen, Weinrtanb, Lawrence Sapero and
Moe RppaPhilip Liebermail, J. N. Albert E. Rosenthal as hostesses.
MIoeRrip ,orda Davis J. A. Rich- On January 25th, a noviety party
teo, Raul n, I. vin, MUendell will be held, On February 14th,
Crmr, .uieSm~n Dave Bo- admiral birthday celerbration of
Croer,R Scuiusrg Sim nps Welp.~td David BiSterhood irith Mrs.
g ken,. Schinerg Grefeld, S; Raisin, B. C. Myers in charge; on Pebra.
kle Chirles, Gare enti g and 21 est, card party with Mer-
~ea~ I iinrr
FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
recee dn a r madble oa n at
Thursday night when he was heard
in a recital before an unusually
large audience at the University
A regular ba meeting of
Beth D~avid Sisterhood' was held
last Wednesday, Oct. 26, begin-
ning with a luncheon with Mes-
dames 8. J. Spector and Louis
Weinkle as the hostesses. Mrs.
Isidor Cohen, the president, an-
nounced the appointment of com-
mittee chairmen for the year.
Those named were: Mrs. Lewis
Brown, monitor; Mrs. Sydney L.
W~eintraub, ways and means and
publicity; Mrs. M. Scheinberg,
hospitality; Mrs. Carl Press, stu
dent activity; Mrs. Louis Bayman,
music; Mrs. Harry Oliphant, Sun-
day school, P.-T. A. and card par-
ties; Mrs. Chrarles Markowitz, Fri-
day evening srocials; Mrs. Harry
Gross, cemetery;- Mrs. Charles
Goldstein, Rappy Day fund; Mrs.
B. Kandel,'huse and kitchen; Mrs.
8. J. Spector, monthly luncheons;
Mrs. Hl. H. Farr, telephone; Mrs.
Rosenhouse, ~sick committee; Mrs.
Wm. Friedman, personnel; Mrs. J.
Engler, bae~saru; Mdrs. J. Katz, sew.
ing; and Mrs. Stanley C. M~yers,
annual birthday celebration.
]'dnsigt: th'edno 1 .d s
sponsoring a lecture by Mr. Be-
dacht at the .Bsqkyne Mascige
Hall, 15ith Ave. and N. W. First
St., on' "The Economic Crises of
Today." The public is invited to
attend. Mr. Bedacht is a well
known Yiddish lecturer and is
making a tour of the country.
DetR J RCO0
The plenie of the Beth Jacob
Sunday' School` and Talmud Torah
scheduled for last Sunday was
postp Mthebecause of the ilndele -
coming Sunday, N;ovember 8, at
Suny Isles Casino. All wRill meet
at 1:80 P. M. in front of the Syn-
agogue. The Sisterhood will be in
charge and act as hosts to all.
An important meeting of the
Ladies' Auziliary of the Miami
Jewish Orthodoxr Congregation will
be rl at theo yngogue Tuesday
P. M. All members and friends of
the organisation are urged to at-
tend. Important businesss will be
transacted. IFinal. plans for the
package party~ of the organisation
will be anounced at this meeting.
-An important meeting of Beth
Jacob SJirserhod, Miami Beach, wpill
be heli at kom ofitbs grea
Friday November 4,
cil pac ove tYIO
First Hebrew." In addition to
sermon there will be hymns,
ers, and a question box.
the Floridian the exact
where the !uncheon is to bed
.Interesting plans are beia
for this affair, and a mo
theme is tp be carried out.
erva isn arte already being
chairman land lrs noe We
liamnson, co-chairman. Mrs.q
'Weinberg, Miami rpeet
at the National Convention,i
present first hand and inee
report. An excellent musicala
'gram is also being arranged.
rlp~ sus-e Iaine
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Mrs. Albin Cicech of 15tt D~rexel
Avenue, Miami Beach, will be
hostess at a benefit bridge for
Temple Israel Sisterhood on Tues-
day, November 15th. Prizes will
be awarded for high scores .and
refreshments will be served. The
public is invited to attend.
A regular meeting of Temple
Israel Sisterhodo will be held Mon-
day, November 7, at 2:30 P. M.,
with a board meeting proceeding
at 1:30 P. M. at Kaplan Hall. Mrs.
I. Levin, president of the Sister-
hod, will preside during the busi-
ness session and will then be fol-
lowed by Mrs. Helen Williams,
who will present a program in cel-
ebration of Annual Peace Day. A
number of speakers will be heard
as will a special musical program.
A social hour will follow.
Mrs. Beatrice Weinstein will
speak on "Patriotism and Peace."
Preston Barton will sing "Kol Ni-
drei," accompanied by Atnmie
Laurie Lee; Ruby Showers Baker
will sing "Roses of Picardy," and
"The Rose of No Man's Land," ac-
companied by Ivy Sproule Baker.
Mr. and Mrs. Wolf Cohen re-
i turned to the city after spending
four months in the North. They
will make their home at 1466 S.
WV. First St
Phil Romer of iMiami Beach re-
turned to the city after spending
the summer in the North.
A short meeting of the Hebrew
Athletic Club was held last
Wednesday night at Beth David
Talmud Torah. Following the bus-
iness sessions all attended the
smoker given by the steering com-
mittee of Beth David. Reports
Were made for the first annual
1 dance of the organization which
was held at the Coral Gables Golf
and Country Club last Sunday
night. During the evening the
dance contest resulted in Al Son-
Stag and partner, and Joe Schein-
berg and partner being awarded
the prizes. Teams representing the
Club won the volley ball and
handball contests held against Hol-
lywod teams at Hollywood, Fla.,
last Sunday afternoon. The next
meeting of the Club will be held
next Wednesday evening at Beth
David Talmud Torah.
What promises to be one of the
outstanding entert~ifinments of the
current season is the package par-
ty being sponsored by the Ladies'
Auxihiary of the Miami Jewish Or-
i thodox Congregation for Sunday
evening, November 13th, at the
Synagogue. Various professional
entertainers will present acts dur-
ing the evening for the entertain-
ment of the guests. The commit-
t:tee in charge of arrangements is
headed by Mrs. Charles Tannen-
baum, who is being assisted by
ifMesdames Sylvia Feldman, Louis
Pallott and Gertie Kotkin. The
general pubhec is my ited to attend.
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TheJunor W O ismakng elbration commemorating its
elrThe Juani orI.W the dance it fourth anniversary. A buffet sup-
elabonorate pans for Antilla Hotell per followed a treasure hunt that
beran angg Ae bu
will be presented. *~ *
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Mrs IaacLevin pesdent of The Hadassah Educational Group
T mlefs SIs rhevinan oeu ced the and the Library committee of the
aponmi t of the following Temple Israel Religious School
cappommen or thoe year: Mrs. Jacob Iwill hold an evening of music and
c. airmen visiting committees; literary discussion at the home of
Hr. D. pnte, student activities; Mrs. Morris Rubin, 1678 S. W. 11th
M s. J. N. Morris, happy days; Street, on Wednesday, Nov. 16, a
Mrs H. I. Homa, child study .8:15 P. MV. .
gr up; Mrs. Hyman NL LeRy f LioMr. uar t nanhof H il rv
andle ncans; M. Jay Dao s, re- "Josephus." The discussion will
egou ;bevne Ms .Wr b "Was Josephus a Traitor to
theimer, house committees; Mrs. te JeIs ramle is a sobeninga-
H. H. Miller, membership; Mrs. musical progrefreshmens weill be
Henry DeCastro Williams, pro. ranged. tod teehme c hts only b
gram; Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson, mu- seled De ite mber ofa persons an
sic; Mrs. J. A. Richter, hospital- a lim dted 11be o wishing to
ity; Mrs. P. Scheinberg, Sabbath eacco motdoy call awrs.in M o-
dinners brin, who is in charge of this af-
Mrs. Jack Bernstein, Friday fir-18
night receptions; Mrs. Gordon Da-l
vis, Sunday school; Mrs. Harry Ru- ***
bin, college scholarship; Mrs. J. The committee in charge of the
Damenstein, Isaac M. ~Wise, me. Hadassah Installation Luncheon
morial; Mrs. Joe Fields, Union will announce in the next issue of
museum; Mrs. Frank Corett, .,,,,,,,,.............. ....
uniongrams; Mrs. Charles Green- Pf
field, bridge parties; Mrs. A. S. 7
Zucker, sewing; Mrs. Herman Wohl W.Falra th hn -32
co-operation; Mrs. Herbert Klei- =Mane Cctinuous--2 MS abg 0e
man, propaganda; Mrs. Ted Simon, % Suine *Mon NoviA t4
Miami Beach; Mrs. Sam Kats, tel- BAnR 5RAMn a8TNWYCK e
phone; Mrs. B. L. Reisner, pub-% in
licity; Mrs. J. Simpson, peace. Added-Odur Gasl Comedy
Mrs. Louiz Zeientz was appoint- FREE PARKING
ed trustee to take the place of Mrs. ---- ---
Si Mendelson, who left the city.
4 a FOR SALE
More than elcghty guests attend-
ed a delightful bridge party at the
home of Mrs. George Goldberg,
Wednesday evening, for the ben-
efit of Beth David Sisterhood,
sponsored by the Junior committee I
of the organization. The proceeds
11l te usedmfor th rrefurk t in
Prizes for high scores were won
by Mrs. I. Silberstein, S. J. Spec-
tor and Mrs. M. M. Nankin. A
cake was won by Mrs. G Davis.
At a late hour delicious refresh.
ments were served. The next meet.
ing of the Junior Committee will
be held at the home of Mrs. Al.
bert E. Rosenthal, 2152 S. W. 16th
Terrace, Wednesday, November 9,
at 8 P. M.
A regular meeting of the Books
in Brief Club will be held at the
home of Mrs. Harry Kotkin, 518 I
Altura Ave., Coral Gables, Mon-
day evening, November 7, at 8:30,
when Mrs. M. Kotkin will review
"A Good Man's Love." A social
hour will follow.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Emanuel
and son of Brooklyn, N. Y., who
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Max
Rappaport of this eity, will make
their home at the Victoria apart-
ments, Miami Beac for the win-
The SecomL annual Turkey Trot
being sponsored by the Junior Ha-
dassah of Miami will be held at
the beautiful ballroom of the Mahi
Shrine Temple, 1415 Biscaye Blvd.,
November 24, Thanksgiving night.
The committee in charge of ar-
rangements headed by Mrs. Jen-
nie Rotfort is planning a number
of novelty stunts for the entertain-
ment of the guests attending. Va-
rious professional actors will help
enliven the program in addition
to the music for dancing. During
the evening turkeys will be given
away. Assisting Mrs. Rotfort are
Mesdames Charles Wesson, Leo
Steinberg, Ted Gulkis and Jack
An important meeting of Junior
Hadajsah will be held Monday
evening, November 7th, beginning
at 8 P. M., at the home of Miss
Sylvia Rayvis, 1736 S. W. 11th
Street. All members are urged to
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank of Mi-
ami Beach are now occupying their
new home at 1228 Euclid Ave., Mi-
ami Beach, where they will be
pleased to greet their friends*
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Apte have
as their guests for the winter sea-
son Mrs. Apte's mother, Mrs. Sa-
rah R. Grodman, and sisters Rose
and Minnie, all of New York City.
Beth David Sisterhod is planning
a garden party for November 80th
at the home of Mrs. Frank Solo-
mon with Mesdames David Bogen,
Stanley C. Myers and Jack Simon
ls assis ig ahos asss. ll rde-
.. early is....
Mrs. Harry Nevins is urging all
having charity boxes of the Jew-
ish Welfare Bureau to bring them
to the next meeting of the Ladies,
Auxiliary to be held shortly,
Selma Ruth Goldstein, daughter I
of Mr. and Mrs. Max Goldstein
202 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach,'
entertained her friends at a par'
ty last week in honor of her
seventh anniversary. Among the
guests were Charlotte Frank, Don-
ald Wyman, Sally Mantell, Gloria
Mantell, Edward J. Miller, Har-
riett Goldman, Jerry Blank, Char-
lotte Blumberg, Mitchell Goldman,
Bernard Schenckman, Gerald
Schenckman. Selma's grandpar-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bell,
who came from Boston recently to
spend the winter with their daughl-
ter, also were present.
Mrs. J. N. Morris was hostess to
the members and friends of Tem-
ple Israel Sisterhood at a luncheon
bridge Monday afternoon at her
Shenandoah home. More than 20
tables of bridge were in play. The
home was prettily decorated for
the event, and prizes were won b
Mesdames Charles Tobin, Morrif
Cowen and P. Scheinberg. Pro-
Sceeds of the bridge were used for I
the work of the Sisterhood.
At a recent meeting of the
Junior Committee of Beth David
Sisterhood Mrs. Albert E. Rosen-
thal was chosen chairman, Mrs.
George Goldberg vice chairman,
and Mrs. A. E. Friedman, secre-
tary. Mrs. Harry Oliphant will
be chairman in charge of all card
parties for the year.
At a recent meeting of the Y'ed-
idim Club held at the hom of M
Silverstein, Stanton ome os M""
chosen representative, Mike Sil-
verstteisnetre surer ada bHa od: D
.ector. Recently the Club held a
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nin a 8o'coc, he tMrs. y
ers and Mrs. J. Wernikoff will be
the hostesses. Prizes will be
awarded for his scores and rel I
freshments will be served. The ~
n~ere yc04ban artist at bread or
caketl If !ao, Itadassah will be
glad to take all that you wish to
make for their Baked Food Sale
which is; to be held on Nov. 22-23
on Flagler Street, part of the pro
ceeds of this affair to be given to
the Welfare Bureau to aid them
in their work for local needy
The Girls' Break Dance spon.
scored for thie benefit of the Junior
Council of Jewish Women will be
held at Beth' David Talmud Torah
Hall Sunday, November 6th, be-
ginning at 8. P. M., with Miss Hen-
rietta H~irsch in charge of the com-
mittee of arrangements. Miss
Faye Sheldon will be mistress of
ceremomies and Miss Mliriam
Scheinberg will present a number
of novelty entertainment numbers.
D'aneizig will be enjoyed until a
s ra t carew much yoru spend
of other people's money."
Thle merchant then reduced the
telegram to one word.
"Nu?" it read.
Ahr hour later the merchant re-
ceived an answer, almost ~equally
"Sha, slhal" it read.
He entered a German cafe and
took a seat at a table at which
two Germans were seated. The
Germans exchanged glances with
each other, and then one of them
turned to the visitor and said:
"Mister,.we. want yrou to kn
that you are among anti-S~emites."-
thre-in-law boldly and. asked for
"That's all right," answered the
Jew magnanimously "so belong lia
you are behaving lyourselves yo
are -perfectly safer.
theA in-lar eb~l an was ed fo
"Young man," demanded the fa-
ther, '"tell me the truth; bhy do0
you want to marry my daugphte~r;
is it for her own sake or to pay
off your debts?"
"Well,"( replied Abe;, "sutpPosle
you pay off my deb~ts fist, and
then wait pnd see."
Judge: Where do you ~come
from? Where were-you born--in
New York ?
Prisoner: Yes, partly.
Judge Wyhat~o o ee
partl ?e: td o en
Newoer I ell, when 0 came to
A schonrrer came to the home
of a stingy rich man during the
latter's dinner hour. The rich manl'
was eating lukshun soup. The
beggar asked for something to:
eaWeel," answered the wealthy
man, eyeing the achnorrer,
"would you mmnd eating some lakE-
shun sou left from yesterday T"
e Well oyfadly come a ound tot
morrow said the man, 'there.
may be some left from today "*
"What You Are MIlakes Such
a Noise Thit I Cannot Hear
bridge following will be in charge
of Miss Ann Abrash and MViss
Faye Sheldon, the exact time and
place to be announced at an early
The publie)speaking class or-
ganized last year under the di-
rection of Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan
of the Maimi Jewish Orthodox
Congregation meets at the Syna-
gogue every Tuesday afternoon
beginning at 2 P. M. Mrs. Sam
Futterfass will speak this coming
meeting on "Coffee, its growth
uses, trade and proper making.,!
Those interested in this work are
invited to attend.
At the last meeting and smoker
of the A ZA (Junior Bnai Brith)
held this week at Kaplan 'Hall,
those present were addressed by
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan of the 1Mi-
aio wo ws hn o he nuest a-
the. evening. The next important
meeting of the club' will ie~ held
at Kaplan Hall on Sunday eve-
ning, December 18th, when a play
portraying the second degree of
the organization will be presented.
A social hour will follow the meet-
ing~ and program in which several
prominent Miamians will be heard.
Newsbor: Professor, don't asu
want a paper today ? a..
Professor: Why, yes, but come
to think about it, I left all my
money at~ home.
Newsboy: Oh, that's all right.
You'll pay me tomorrow. ,
Professor 6 But supose I should
die in the middle of the night ?
Newsboy: Weoll, it wnouldn't be
much of a loss.
Jake, the traveling salesman,
was presented with a bill for $10
for one night in a ramshackle lit-
tie country hotel. He knew that
argument would be useless, so he
paid the exorbitant charge in sul-
len silencee. The proprietor of the
hotel, however, asked him to ea.11
again,. and ,thwen Jake's ~wrath
"I'd gladly patronizte y~ou,"~ he
sai~dacidly, "hut the mnice won't
let me sleep a wink all nigh~t."
pro r eto 'al can't sem to.e
of them." .
IBand them bills, handi them
bil, snapped the salesman'
walking out, "and you'll never see
any: of. them agai~n. '
Sammy (in Sunday School): I
havie a new little brother at home.
Is it true that he came from
Teacher: Ofcours ol t
Sammy: ~7 a h ~ol to come
from henven to our house
Mother, dear, I~ uess yo're
right. You are always saying that
there is no truth to be found in
the world today. ,Even in school
she said that six and three; makes
Yanklee, the water carrier, was
wondering where his next meal
was coming from when Reb Bam-
sel, the local rich man, accosted
him and asked if he, would accom-
pany him on a short walk, since
he was in the habit of fainting,
and didn't want to be alone when
it happened. He offere~d. Yakele
five roubles for this service, and
the latter gladly accepted.
Well, as one tells the children,
they walked and they walk~ed. Reb
Samuel seemed inexhaustible, but
Yankele grew there weary with
every step. Finally he could
s nd it no long r. h lae
"please faint, or I: will."
Mrs. Charle's Tannenbaum is
now a patient at the Holleman
Park Sanatorium where she will
remain for several weeks.
Mrs. ~Louis HIeiman is a patient
at the Victor~ia Hosrpital where she
underwent an appeedotomy under
Dr. Barney Weinkle. She is do.
ing '' $ciey.
,Among editorial appointments .to
the staff of the University of Mi-
ami publication, "The Hurricane,",
is tlhat of Miss Frances K~ane, a
student in the music department.
Shie will cover all musical events
of the University and review con-
certs, etc., for the paper.
,floks! Is everybody hap-
I am agi~rn wAoarryin about
ews to tell you.,
past week-end, ast it is
ee-end, this town became
d.The population suddenly
edto about the number of
living in Ojus. Students
ly do follow their team
er it goes. Last week it
ampa where N. Or- State
edFlorida under a 17-6
and this week it was
nGas, for the Ul. of Ga.
They say travel is broad-
so perhaps thleboys aren't
yin to improve their in-
you notice that things don't
ot exactly like you would
hem to? ILast week I men-
that Teprs and ;Phi ~B D~s
tilin the volleyball tourns-
tnd it looked like they would
in the finals. Much to my
Prthe longed-for battle gzan-
io on, for psthe Tee lost the
iced easily' and isc now inp ~the
round, having( wn 'theik )
et. Here's hoping they keep
championship. It really is
tunate thalfth~~e two frarts
not meet because every
I together is a classic in it..
More than sixty members and
guests attended-the last meeting
of the Miami Bea~ch Jewish social
set at Beth Jacob Synagogue
when Murray Grossman presided.
Rabbi Lazarus Axelrod, honorary
president of the set, addressed the
members and outlined plans for
posiums on current Jewish sub-
jects. A social hour at which re-
freshments were served followed
the formal meeting. The first
formal meeting of the season is be.
ing held as we go to phas at the
Miami Beach Golf and Country
Club at 23rd Street and Washing.
ton Avenue. Following the busi-
ness session dancing will be en-
The regular class in the study
of Judaism at Temple Israel began
Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock
under the direction of Rab'bi Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan. This class will
meet every Wlednesd~ay at the same
time. Those interested are wel-
come to join.
A well att~endled meeting of the
Junior Council of Jewish Women
tivities of the organization were
reported on. Miss Pauline Schon-
feld announced that all members
are invited to attend the obsev-
ance of Council Sabbath Novem-
er~ 25th at Temple Itsrael when a
special program will be, observed
in commemoration of the event.
The next meeting of the orgamiza-
tion will observe "Peace Day" in
secordance wfith the requirements
of the National Couneil org~aniza-
tion, with Miss Faye Sheldon in
charge. Miss Sylvia Miller, hos-
giftlity chairman, introduced the
The second of a series of bene-
fit bridges for the Junior Council
of Jewish W men will be held at
Locations for "The Purchase
al in at the Tivoli next
ptether Miami boy who is' do.
)icely up here is Simon LP-
I~thdugh very vie sndo
aroused. Simon represented
D frat in the recent a rd
rarskty seho tam. I hope
a funniest thing peccurred m
,f my classes the other day.
e middle of a lecture a laidy
red on the door and .wlke4
;he room. Without mach ado
tarted to bawl~ ouEti the pr#
g him that he should' dismiss
lass immedletely ea they ~t
PPointment and leoplqwere
ng for them. This she roaed
he was still radrrjidresf4the
This was sure one ease of
man wearing fb'jth It
inly was embarrassinge to see
tough prof. almost literally
e before the broadstdr ta
t atom h
was the prof's ifte,, in case you r~~,,,,,AJws ecati i~e
were in doubt Srce, py gn Mody nld h
Tis ho oming business isleuiJ conr ro nRve bu gh ean to gro ueas yhe You may pile ad bricki and mortr
certainly taking the campu boysi ,Il igh Sierra ,and the moun. tomer in St. Louis was not paid But neither man noir devil
.sedien ere per youLet ne 61 tin 'and esenrt lado lng between on the. aed ped hael cree Can perpetuate a lie.
youir sar gir sure c nvrsations. TIhe story tells of a young night send a severe telegram to the You ma sparkle bright anid pol-
Pim lihlined. to betteve that many club entertain a lose love affai deb~tor dpanding: paope t.e"h Withhe ebe f h ut
foellos would cmpakeond. Grl c ahes bout her ears, and who cautioned, for he was very par. And pose as man's protector,
womve n' h omr e~nn icmpam bo elons. "sa picture bride" to a sipionions. Pretend in God you trust.
have their ul sewsion. cireles buos goes ase in order to escape the at. After a few minutes the secte-
hoavethirbll shaessiions. ho form tntio rr of the man who hasl h~eli tay retened wii a dratsi of hi~s But the mask protrudes and beck-
no"tb dange shtape igure ta os not ho in bondage for a number of telegram for arpprovarl by the .ols
on te dte itutio tht des ermerchant. The proposed wirei It fairly shrieka, it y~ellat
comei for~fullattention.e Dont yeris developed as only Arthur read, "Your. deb~t is past dy4 "~Beware the lurlking dangrert"
you felfant tered, irls thank the Stringer can develop sach a story, please remit ati once." I at iernigbls
Ion wad nt opbelic lyd efor her Iandw~asanblyadaptedtothescreenJ 'Are you msaihuggat" he an-
younglh~ layiBeller Gla mor pepby 'Robert Lord. trf4y demanded of his .aisret~ary. ..The Insullsl,..saYs. one. familiar
denrg htful letr. t more peoe ** "ho ever heard of sending such~ with thqir persopad. resources,
weretn as conidr atie would be all pb. Mliriarm Drevich of Boston, ar long drewg q$ oa ~rmf Itl should never feel the plaeh of need.
writng anof tiarotic Mass., arrived last Tnueday to weald eqst~n sq* a to senmd Be that as? it may, the aatherities
-fu ad n wrkended sis ~article; visit her aunt and oanle, Mr ~aCnts as like that. Yea don't f~qeel the~ need of plack
[Asth weeks tIr-we lg ess neeo of Miion asse
poem~i~ i w l a proeis Mr** tweahili stt t itathalash lears, aditis.. r b, It k, I
it"-1, Well, I had good in- T ~Imadl Tob opp1 Suda sehol atMld ea anctonwth te
THfE JEWYISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, November 4 1
_II__ ~_ __J1_~_
TEN COM AJEDM ARNTS
Sam the Jewish Rigi u
School, by whose instruction
and inspiration thy sons and
daughters will be rede med
from the bondage of in ifer
ence and ignorance.
Thou shalt have no other
appointments for thy sons and
daughters for the hour of
their instcructiotr' at---the Re-
ligious III ol
Thou shalt not take the
communications of the Rei-
gious School in vain. Visit
the school as often as possible.
Get acquainted with the Rab-
bi and principal, and, above
all, know thy child's teacher.
Remember the Sabbath day
to keep it: holy by encouraging
your children to attend the .
Honor the Religion of thy
Father and thy Mother by
honoring the bills of the Re-
ligious School, that the School
of thy child may be main-
tained in digmity and honor.
Thou shalt not kill thy
child's opportunity to receive
a systematic Jewish education
in his childhood. Waiting,
shifting and irregular attend-
ance will never get your child
'Ihy shalt not commit the
crime of neglecting thy daugh-
ter's Jewish education. Re-
member, the little girls of to-
day are the future mothers of
West PAl Be8C
B'nai Brith Lodge 1146 held a
Halloween entertainment at its
lodge rooms on Clematis St. in hon- 1
or of its 119th anniversary. The
program arranged by Samuel
Scher was as follows:
Mr. Russell Austin, baritone solo,
accompanied by Prof. Simpson.
Mr. Howard C. Danner, musical
saw, accompanied by Mrs. Howard
Miss Helen Fritch, lyrie soprsao
solo, accompanied by Mrs. Salter.
Miss Myrtle Shellburg, tap
Mr. W. D. Wagner, tenor solo,
accompanied by Prof. Simpson.
Prof. Simpson, piano solo.
Miss Elsie Hartley, mezzo so-
prona solo, accompanied by Mrs.
Howard C. Danner.
Mrs. Evelyn Curtis Boston, lyrie
soprano solo, accompanied by Mr.
Miss Josephine Binion, Miss
Flora May Abel, Miss Annette
Rehm, songs and dances.
Mr. Bill Donenlly, basso solo, arc-
companied by Mrs. Howard C.
Mr. Al Moss, violin solo.
In addition to the program the
public was greatly appreciative
for the home folks songs rendered
by Dr. Blicher and Al Moss. The
violin solos played by Al Moss
were K~ol Nidrei by Bruch and The
Gypsy Dance by Nachey. He was
accompanied by Dr. B. Blicher.
Following the entertainment de-
licious refreshments were served.
Beth Israel Sisterhood held their
first fall meeting at the Temple
on Browrard Ave nue Tuesday aft-
T* *** I To skn,
The paest lasportsat thin s
is Ju ers arc r on #51...
"Trsae Winl Ten*"
ts roomse dofseceilsssat a
36 N. E. First A~e
ENJOY AN ALL DAT I
On The Crulaer
Down Biscayne Bay
A day of sport, bank saile
ALL INLAND WATER
Balt Tackle Furnisalc F2
ag~e City Yacht Basin lI
LO, Turesdayr, Thursdayr, Saturd
and Sunday at 9:30 La
Returning 5;:80 p. m.
We Cater to Special Charh
CAPT. R. H. D)ENNY
CAPT. JACKI BURKB
Fare Onlr $2.0
RESH FISH DAILY
T, lb. .....,...SPE CIAMOEREL, lb. 15c
PER, lb. .....18* PIKE, lb. ........l..,.12l
NDER, lb. 15c BASS, lb. .......l.....1%
OW TAIL 14c POMPANO, lb. ....80s
Kingfish Sterak, lb. ........12c
65 N. W. FIFTH SIT,
asl Will Convince~ You
HE OCEAN i'IONT
New Jenrsey Avenues
Reduction in Rates as Low at.
2000 WOMEN'S HATS Q!SH T
25c, 50c and .........-........................ b
WClOMEN'S NOVELTY BEACH
PAJAMAS, 59c and ... ........................
The Better Kind ................................
175 SILK DRESSES 1
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And Hundreds of Other Bargaj
--- --1Illnllllll ..
128 8. Connecticat Ave., IIr 0 T LNEW Y0 E
.. ~~~ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.an-pe
-- I ~ -- -
the purpose---the pdr i
rules and becomes an1ob
it is pathologic and isr
of empty realms witlda.
DR. CHAS. BE[a~
ous results both in the attitude of
the rabbis to themselves and in
the attitude of the Jewish com-
munity toward the rabbi.
"cOn the rabbi this overwhelming
uncertainty of function produces
definite psychological effects
which become more apparent as
the rabbi possesses greater per-
"The rabbi becomes a careerist.
Whereas ideally he is the servant
of a great cause in whose ran a
he enlists to fight, will ng to make
fins iemsel f cing the srvice of
his cause lost in a multitude of
activities for which he has not
been trained. He finds himself
overwhelmed by the demands of
a congregation that itself does not
know what it seeks in its 'spiritual
leader.' In dismay, he seeks some
one steady factor in his immedi-
ate environment, and finds his
own needs and wants and desires
to be more permanent and stable.
He becomes the cause he serves,
and unconsciously or consciously
becomes the man who seeks to
achieve a career. His attitude to
his work becomes that of the av-
erage man towards his job. He
begins to accept the standards of
the careerist. He measures him-
self and his colleagues in terms of
the rewards of career, money and
"Another trait of the rabbi in
consequence of his lack of bearings
in the seas of Jewish life is found
in the psychology of the prima
donna that develops in him.
"The rabbi, shifting his center
of gravity from outside him to
himself, is possessed by the spirit
of the prima donna. He is jealous
of his center stage position. He
wants the spotlight in the com-
munity and his self-ed~neern is
a rock upon which much com.
re is an
ernoon, with Mrs. Dave Feldman
presiding. Several new members
were introduced. Reports wree
made of the activities during the
summer. The members were re-
quested to express their views on
the nature of study for the study
group this season under the di-
rection of Dr. Carl N. Herman. A
number of the members volun-
teered to assist with the Red
Cross sewing. A large number of
garments were contributed from
the Sisterhood to the National
Needlework Guild. Mrs. O. P.
Gruner was appointed a member
of the temple board. Plans were
made for the first large social af-
fair of the Sisterhood of the sea-
son, a dance to be given at the
Show Boat on Armistice evening,
The regular monthly meeting of
the United Welfare Bureau of the
Palm Beaches was held Wednes-
day night, November 2, at the
Temple on Broward Avenue, with
the president, Mr. Mendel, presid-
Usual Friday night services of
Congregation Beth El are held at
the Moose Hall every Friday night
at 8 o'clock.
Regular Friday night services
of Congregation Beth Israe'l are
held every Friday night at the
Temple on Broward Avenue with
Dr. C. N. Herman officiating. A
speech is delivered by the Rabbi
following the services.
Mr. and Mrs. Meltz have moved
to Atlanta, Ga., where they will
make their future home.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dixron en-
tertained 'with a Halloween party
in honor of their guest, Miss Shif-
fie Spiser of Boston, Mass.
VIII* munal unity and Jewish e
Thou shalt not STILL the have been shattered. Whe
cry for Jewish education. It opportunity to shine re~
is the essence of Israel's life. of another's better equipm
r ohu hshaltenomneit care- TROU
loyalty and intelligence of thy SNAPI
neighbor's children. Thy own FLOUI
children can easily acquire it YELL(
by attending regularly and
fai fully a Jewish Religious PP
Schoo. P P S
THE POSITION OF THE RARRI ----. A Tri
(Continue fo page 1) illlllII11IIIIIIINI*
toa.lrenumbers of rabbis must do TH E
asp ctc R bbi hthen a nesiaEon N
cation is a highly technical field At
of human activity. Not only arel
""'" alo sn theote hn q es a
the results of certain- theories, the
theories too must be studied and
understood and evaluated. Is the
rabbi to be a technician of this Extraordinary i
type ? Both in general and Jew-
ish education, because of the de- WtotMas
Sv lpent in Psychology and its $3.00 Daily per P
process in man, euetieon has eg 3.0Wekyf
ated the specialist--the educator A ei
Is the rabbi to be the educator ?,,-A ei
Continuing, he says: "This ab- Hot and Co:
sepl eof ea cea urnad rsatdn ru Compl
life today has given rise to griev- EMANUEL
r Two .
:an or European Plan
ld Sea Water in All Batl
ete Garage Facilities
E. KATE, Mlanaging Director
1itha 3 87
T3iceS CO .LW alce
WOMEN'S COATS SLK~ DRESSES
NOVELTY COTTON DRESSES
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$6.00 Daily per Person
$70.00 W7Ceekl~ for Twro