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MIAMI JEBWISH ORTHODOX
1545 8. W. Third Street
JONAH B. CAPLAN, Rabbi
''Armistice Dayn will be ob.
served at the late Friday night or
lecture service when a special pro-
gram will be presented.. Rabbi
Osplan will preach on "'Peace--ther
Embodiment of a Jewish Utopia."
Cong. J. Mark Wilcox will speak
on "Peace." A social hour will
follow. The usual services begin
Friday at 8 P. M. and Saturday
-morning at 9 A. M.
CONGREGA O~ BTB JACOB
3)11 Washlaste Avenue
kO:8 a discourse in Yiddish b
Tal tdie and Midrarshic interpre-
e ery Sam rday morning through-
CONOREGATION BIETB DAVID
Beth David will be conducted be-
ginning at 8 P. M., by Rabbi Alex-
ander 8. Wiesel, formerly of Jaick-
sonrville, Fla., who will preach on
"Armistice Day." He will be as-
g'ed by a choir of local Jewish
taent. Prayer and hymn books
wil be prvi ed for all. A social
hour in thp Talmud Torah will
TEaMPLE: ISBABL OFp MIAMI
137 N. 8. N~inetent trstn~
D& JACOB &6.
sees begin at 8:15. In observance
of Armistice Day, Rabbi Jacob H.
Kaplan will preach on "Armistice
and Peace." A, social hour will
follow. The public is invited to
Last Monday attrenoon Peal
Day was observed by the Sister-
hood of Temple Itsrael at a regular
mlpee~ng held in Kaprlan Hall. Mrs.
amebusnsa & en, Sand the
Mrs. Henprry leCasrtro Wrlliams,
.Peace Chairman of the Staterhrood,
ism and Pesee," Rabbi Dr. aeseb
H. aplan delivered a brlet but
inspiring address an "Peace," and
Abe Aronoviits spoke of the fo~rin-
tion at a "renlowship club" among
the men of Temple Israel. Among
those* who helped present the ex-
collent musical program were Prers-
ton Bafea,w~hosanig aieompealsd
Bgy Anate ~aulra Lee, Raby Sho-
*Ra akr, who san two songs
and was' secosepeale .By Ival
syJEROME P. FLEISH~AN
SACRILEGIOUST Not at at ,
It has always seemed to me
thtGoodam~s, WAid ansas
Golnsneed .an advertislag
Sin is very efficiently rdver*
tised. It has the rcvakge~ of
bngsomsthingt thit tie biy~er
knows abot When th desire
ora commodity alrea~dy la es*
talsethe ma~rke~ting of that
yis ri 66sD~rtb y
But Goodadles is something
thtmust be SOLD.
The DESIRE for it must be
And getting the prurchaer's
S rn ethe fotd n mnr e
or best aidho ua alp
Ham nisters, p riet saod rabis
aethe Chulrch'is saleb~s maagrs.
18 me of them need Ilesons la
saf I were eldlingC typewiters,
when the meeksalam got out of
I would dwell on the DlESIR-
ABLE features of the article.
'I weudd sell the GOOD WORK
my machine la capeble of doing.
I would seHl its stabiity, its
strength, its lasting power. I
would sell its SERtVICE.
Do the sales manager of God.
lines do that7 Net arlway. .
Too at~te ay shelli as the .
NEGATIVE di sideq thei rstock.
They teH asr wtart wri hapen
to as if we AR~EIMPT **4.
In lurid wod~r-pic~ta~thessy
paint Hell la- s~ its horridBAB.
They dwell on oar earthly slas
In all their faselastingl -detail.
sOmetiater theyr almost naska
as proud Most .wre ared wat~ly
enough to kinow:a tillag at te.
That is NEG~t5VB saleses.
Miami, Florida, Frida
y November 2
Price: Five Cents
i; In observance of a special Arm-
e its Dpa
Next Monday, November 14th,
the Miami Senior Hadassah will
hold its installation of offleers at
a novel noon breakfast. The Pal-
atial Kosher Restaurant at 285 N.
E. Second St., where the breakfast
is to be held, will be specially dec.
orated for the affair with unusual
and interesting decorations. Mrs.
Moses Krigeer, well known Na.
tional Radassah figure, will be
teastmistress and will install the
new officers. A splendid musical
program has been arranged for
Ithis affair by the committee in
charge, which is headed by Mrs.
Barnrey Weinkle. She is' being as-
saisted by Mrs. Joseph WBilliamson'
Mrs. Harry Robin, Mrs. Milton
Weiner, Mrs. M. Wesson, Mrs. W.
Cohen, and Mrs. Harry Weinberg.
Mrs. Harry Weinberg will give a
report on the recent national con-
Mors Barne Wn tle d k nl se e ce ,
e, erLtsy naeidnt M. Isn
Mry i, Rrney redi, gecon etar*
David Bogen, corresponding see-
retary,a andAMrs. Walteri ohe ,
president will announcer the com.
Next Sundayr, Novqlgrbep
the Ladies' Auxiliary of the M5i-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congrega
tion will entertain with the first of
~a series of important affafra when
the annual package -party oL the
organization will be heakd in th*
etry irsLorseehe ao.
delightful evenar oT' idenertain-
~ment is gromised all those arttend-
ing. There will adi o
fee charged. In e~asg af- f
fair is a comm'Ittiee cof
rpesadmets Sam Tannenbaum, Syl-
via Feldman, Idois Pallott and
Gertie Kothin, The public is cor-
diallyE invited to. attend. y
Aniporant Meeti g o h
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miams
JewPish Orthodox Congre~gation
'will be held in the Synagoguenet
begi 8n agewn 'elock.ent met
bers are urged to attend and enjoy
a splendid program that has bee
be served *
Led by Rabbf Dr. Jacob H. Esp.
lan, a class in literstare meets at
his home every.Tuessdary nlht be.
pinning at 8 P. M. At the present
time the class is studtying "Rte-
brew Reborn," by ~Sholemr Sptoget,
which la a story of moera~ Rte.
brew litoreture~. An set .
interesting $Iisassion Is i3 b
Which' 5.;6ail amlis
Because of the inclement weath-
er onl a small audience attend-
ed the mass meeting called by the
Greater Mdiami Jewish Cemetery
Association held at the Beth David
Talmud Torah last Tuesday eve.
A report was read by Mr. Harry
I.. Lipton, chairman of the nego.
gatiiotis' committee, including a de.
called report and was authorized
to continue flinal negotiations for
a further period of two weeks
when a final mass meeting of lo-
cal JewRish citizensr will be had.
Ini his report the fact wsas
stressed that local Jewry and par-
ticularly relatives of those in-
terred in the Jewtish csectish- of
Woodlawn Cemetery can rest as-
sured that all talk of disinterment
and removal of bodies from this
sct es ah as~ onIel a 1 ou
Mtond fiil re tL he Wo eM
asoitio asuande nh at a o tme~i
the scntar aste untre paned mere
propagavndaf toe hurtha the Asc-
Mananthohrity thrfr nadtie
Showmen Isr LPloannd Mr
Ait a s precidlentt of the Cmtr
Feridy evening, announcement was
wil e sponsoared byts orgueani- m
nation a h imiMdsn
Square arden Aren frthre
per ormne comncn Thanks-
giving n cight andruning fthrogh
atriday. Plngans orthe benefit
havde been quieatlin preparation a
forl te spaste six mothis, oandits
propose atome tneo the Ma Iddio
eivens ofigts kind evrheding Mi- u
Sanrdy Then show wile knon as "A
take parn tincluding nrpationaly
fotions scho hildren, tudns, and iti
will bed rectked inth aren wi th
beautil spettings, and equipped i
wieth o isecl elcticl effect ofl an M
unudrsual nature koner beoeseen a
bse donated toveH unied hriies rep-
reetativ o pathe Slvdn ationArmy
Y' program,) the iaaumi
Jewish Orthodox Congregation will
have as its guest and speaker of
the evening, Congressman J. Mbark
Wileox of the Fourth Congres-
J. Mark Wileox
sional District of Florida, who will
speak on "Peace 'Congressman
C tabbi Jf nah Capl Ban, s the
site inthe ondc p o f the speckrsial
Peatrcl Program byth well know hs
ablThepbi nie to lay n gattend ly
Pand th folloing t e n sevie they
wille be the gnuests of the ongegia-
tionat a social hou the vestr knw
rooms Pec por
Largely attended and m~eeting at
the call of Abe Aronevits, prom'
inent Jewish attorney of this citpf
and Rabbi Dr. Jacob graeaplan,
the Temple Israel Fellowship Club
was organized last ~'We~dnresday
night at Kaplan Hall. Having as
its purpose the social, cultural, reJ
ligious and civic improvement of
its members, the Club will be does
free but limited to; members of
Temple Israel. Officers chiosen
were Abe Aronovits, president;
Darvid L. Slann,~ first vice pid~St-
prsdnt d FEm Ma~xoldsteiri sc
retard, and Julius Simpson, treas-
urer. Open Forurms will be held
at each meeting with topics of both
Jewish and civic problems for free
discussion. At the first meeting
!".t "'."."""Ireme's Band gavn
was seen in several well-recoived
dance numbers. Other numbers
MelB~~ee rlael~e 10
Be URVel d
Many of Galk advedls
men are Crtrylgto, se1r sepe
thing that isa't abweel s~ad~a
They are tryDlag t pet ovbr
It is easy to make people slag
hymns. It is diffloah-very
sOULS the meaalag et throse
That la whben mauny odenrn
salesmen of Godliness fall down.
That is why sa Advadst.,
Man is needed for Geaures.
If I wer God's adverdsin
man, I wrould fight shy aft me
har'd-and-fast kind of rerllees
teaching, and I weaM as~p eat
aL campalan shea t putlat ~i
every humanlw*Xj het Agor s
fellows sad a heial take to
aerve theoe rtellowa,
I would ati ~ '~-Fi,.
(Contt- Yi;;~ d~~_
asde ah ieto of Mrs. Ma o
Uornder~ Jbtherin, Temple Is~anel Friends of the larte L. Gilman
Dflloberins 3 kwish Book Week are invited to attend the formal
wlobeavein mda morning. A anvelling of a tombstone in his
beginning dSpa oi weish books muemory next SunldayI afternoon,
and~~~~ a 8ga pil given at 10 November 18thb, dt 8 obclookr, la the
:a Y nd azproam IBall All those Jewish section of the 'Woodlawn
A.p~ M.ink Kape k or boolrs of Cometer~y. It*4b Jonah E. Caplan
.oi~ hping~~ Jelrged to con- of the Miamri Jewrish Orthodes
~s~f Itam ~th" Temple Li. Congregation will ofeflaata, and
them coenndet the ~serices .
Wish Book Week
At~~~ Tepl br
Cemetery Report Address Services
Friday, November 11,
the Admiral Hotel, Miami* ch
last Wednesday afternoon atit Ms
A. Ran annd ~Mrs GSem
Lieberman, J. N. Morris, Gordon
Davis, J. A. Richter, M. Rau uiu, I
Levin, Mendel Cromer, Jlu
Simpson, Dave Bogen, P. Schein-
beg Barney Weinkle, Charles
Gere field, S. Rausin, A. Miller,
IHsrry Mdarkowitz and H. I. Lipton,
More than 23 tables of bridge were
inpl y. Prizes were awarded for
hgh as ores and delicious refresh-
ments were served in a novel man-
ner. Proceeds were devoted to the
Jewish Welfare Bureau.
Beth David Sisterhood is mak-
ung final plans forq anm lber 3th
Gar ehen hre of Mrso Fank Solo-
mon. In charge of this affair are
Mesdames David Bogen, Stanley
C. Myers, Jack Simon and Mrs.
Frank Solomon. **
All those having charity bomes
o ~ ~ ~ ~1f the Lde Axla o h
Jwis W 1ar B reau ra urged
tobigthe to the next meeting
ofte organization which will be
held at Kaplan Hall on Monday
afternoon, November 28th.
What promises to be one of te
finest cultural affairs of the sea-
son is the Book Review and cul-
tural evening being sponsored
jointly by the Hadassah Educa-
tional Group and the Library Com-
mittee of Temple Israel on
Wednesday evening, November
30th, at the home of Mrs. Morris
Rubin, 1678 S. W. 11th St., begin-
nmng at 8:15 P. M. Mr Harry
Simonhoff will review Lion Feuch-
twanger's "'Josephus," and this
will be followed by a discussion
on "Was Josephus a Traitor to the
Jewish People?" A splendid mn-
sical program will be part of the
evening's entertainment. Those de-
siring to attend are urged to make
immediate reservation with Mrs.
Max Dobrin, chairman.
Mrs. Louis Heiman, who was 9
patient at the Victoria Hospital, is
now at her home where she is con-
valescing from her recent illness.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Scheinberg are
spending a brief vacation at White
Springs, Fla., and will return to
jthe city the latter part of this
o clock on Sunday ~monda
liac. r e juraddi'obin will
live thejunor rdiosynagog
monette on "Optimistie T
In addition to these there ali
music, prayers and hymns.
Beth David is sponsoring I
dance for Sunday evening De
ber 4th, at its Talmud Torrt ai
ing with a committee headed
Frank Solomon in charge of
rangements. During the evei
a dance contest will be hl
valuable prizes will be awrq
A program of vaudeville entertdi
men wil hegive during I
the Talmtrd Torah fund.
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285 N. Second street
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Dr. Barney Weinkle anounce
the removal of his
HOME and BACH OFFICE
From 304 Euclid Ave.
different contests to the follow-
ing: Irving Goldstieq, Mabrtin
May Dorothy Goldstein, Beatrice
Bia, Nee elher nkleMax Gp
All those wishing to attend the
SudySchool of- Beth Jacob are
urged to register imm darkedy A
unusually large attendance marnday
the opening session atSna
morning. A Cha dka programen-
now being prepared fr pre
station at the Ida 1M. Fisdher 11i
School auditorium, full 8eal o
which will be announced in a
early issue. ...
Next Monday evening, Novem-
ber 14th, the second of a series of
benefit bridges for the Janter
Council of Jewish Women will be
held at the home of Mrs. Stay z.
C. Myers, _2320 S. W. 16th Tr
race, with Mrs. J. Wlernikoff as as-
seisting hostess to Mrs. Mlyers. The
Public is invited to attend.
M~r. and Mrs. Morris Weingar-
ten, wintre residents of Miami, re-
turned to the city Monday morn-
ing after an absence spent travel-
ing in continental Europe.
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work of the organization were dis-
cussed. Plans for the annual Tur-
key Trot dance Thanksgiving
night, Thursday evening, Novem-
ber 24th, call for a number of pro-
fessional acts by well known tal-
ent, in addition to novelty stunts
that will be presented by the com-
mittee. During the evening tur-
keys will be awarded in various
contests. In charge of arrange-
ments is a committee headed by
Mrs. Jennie Rottort. She is being
assisted by Mesdames Charles
Wesson, Leo Steinberg, Ted Gul-
hkis and Jack Solen.
Following the dessert bridge
next Tuesday evening at the home
of Mrs. Czech, Temple Israel Sis-
trehood will 'observe three im-
portant events during November.
The first of these will be the an-
nual Sisterhood Sabbath on Fri-
day evening, November 18th, when
members of the Sisterhood will be
in charge of and conduct the en-
tire Friday night service. A ser-
monette will be delivered by one
of the Sisterhood. Mrs. Jake Davis,
chairman of the Sisterhood Reli-
gious Committee, will be in charge
of this observance. On Friday
evening, November 25th, the first
of a series of Sabbath diners will
be given at the Temple preceding
the Friday night service, and will
be in charge of a committee head-
ed by Mrs. P. Scheinberg. On
Wednesday evening, November 30,
there will be a cultural meeting
jointly with the Miami Chapter of
Senior Hadassah as will appear
elsewhere in these columns.
Juniro Hadassah will observe a
Jewish National Fund evening and
program at its next meeting Mon.
day evening, November 4th, at the
Ponce de Leon Hotel, with Miss
Hanna Mack, J. N. F. chairman, in
charge of a special program that
will be presented. A social hour
with refreshments will follow.
Funeral services for the late
Mrs. Clarence Canfield Harris of
this city will be held at 3 P. M.
Saturday afternoon at the Jos. Pn
McGhan Funeral Home. Mrs. Har-
ris died suddenly Wednesday morn-
ing while being prepared fora
tonsilectomy. She leaves surviv-
ing her a son, Clyde, her husband
Charles, and a brother, Arthur of
Berkfield, Va. She was well liked
in the local community and had
many friends here.
Max Lowenkopf, a resident of
Miami for several years and oper-
ating a fruit store on Northwest
Fifth Street, died after a lingering
illness last Monday morning. He
leaves surviving him a son and his
wife. Services were held in the
Ahern Funeral Home with Rabbi
Jonah E. Caplan officiating. In-
terment was under the auspices of
the Greater Miami Jewish Ceme-
tery Association in Beth David plot
of the City Memorial Cemetery.
One of the largest card parties
of the season was that given at
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Wednesday evening, December
7th, the Junior Council of Jewish
Women is sponsoring a bridge
party at the Alcazar Hotel with
the Misses Sylvia and Goldie Mlil-
ler, Sylvia and Millie Dreisen,
Millicent Rubin, Reggie Goldstein
and Mrs. Aaron Reder as the
hostesses. Full details will ap-
pear in an early issue.
Plans for the seventh annual
formal dance of the Junior Coun-
cil of Jewish Women to be held
:during December at the Coral Ga-
bles Golf and Country Club are
now being made. In charge of ar-
rangements is a committee consist-
.ing of Harriet Kanter, Bea Schaff,
Ruth Schwartz, Sylvia and Goldie
Miller and Mrs. E. Merlin. Full
details will appear in the next s-
sue of the Jewish Floridian.
The next regular meeting of
Beth David Sisterhood will be held
Wednesday afternoon, November
16th, at, 2 o'clock at the Beth David
Talmud Torah Hall. Many plans
of interest will be discussed and a
very ~delightful program has been
pepared for this meeting. A social
hour will follow and refreshments
will be served. Mrs. Isidor Cohen,
president of the Sisterhood, urges
that adl members and friends of
Beth David attend this meeting.
Mrs. Freda Sheingold of New
York City is visiting her sister
and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Goldstein of this city, and
will remain here for the winter.
A meeting of the Junior Com-
mittee of Beth David Sisterhood
was held Wednesday night at the
home of Mrs. A. E. Rosenthal.
Plans for the minstrel show to be
presented under the auspices of
the committee during January
were discussed and will be an-
nounced at an early date.
Next W7ednesday, November 16,
Beth David Sisterhood is sponsor-
ing a card party at its Talmud To-
rah Hall with Mesdames J. Lang
and J. Orovitz as the hostesses.
Prizes will be awarded for high
scores and refreshments will be
served. The public is invited to
Mrs. Albin Czech of 1561 D~rerel
Ave., Miami Beach, will be hostess
at her home next Tuesday evening,
November 15th, beginning at 8
P. M., at a dessert bridge for the
benefit of Temple Israel Sister-
hood. Prizes will be awarded for
high scores and refreshments will
Last Monday afternoon Peace
Day was observed by the Sister-
hood. Prizes will be awarded for
high scores and refreshments will
A well-attended meeting of Jatn-
ior Hadassah was held last Mon.
day evening at the home of Miss
Sylvia Rayvis when plans for the
Mr. and Mrs. Max Reppaport 1
entertained at dinner last Sunday i
honoring Rabbi and Mrs. Jonah E.
Caplan. Among other guests at-
tending were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Emanuel of New York City, who
will spend the winter here.
Last Sunday afternoon the pu-
pils of the Talmud Torah and Sun-
day school of Beth Jacob Congre-
gation, Miami Beach, enjoyed the
first to a series of picnics at Sun-
ny Isles Casino in charge of Rabbi
Lazarus Axelrod. Various games
and contests were participated in
by the children and refreshments
were provided by a committee of
the Sisterhood of Beth Jacob con-
sisting of Mesdames Barney
Weinkle and Rebeees Yunis. The
chief attraction of the pienie was
the campfire around which all the
children gathered and told store,
recited and sang songs. Prizes
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noMaa,of s herue gs b obtr
Pizes were won by Miss Pauline
'fhaler and Miss Sophie Neham for
hgh scores. A beautiful aau.s
prize lwas given to Miss D~revitch.
Ata late hour a buffet lunch was
served. The second of these af-
onirs was that given by Miss Car-
oyn Livin of Jamaica, L. I., a
winter resident of the Beach.
Prizes were won by Miss Drevitch
and Miss Louise Golden. At a late
hur re rshments were served.
'.L yoant 411ks' orchestra of
Temple Israel is being formed un-
der the sponsorship of Dr. J. H.
Kaplan and ~the directorship of
Miss Frances Kane. A number of
young musicians enrolled last
Sunday and further enrollments
are being received. It is planned to
have the first rehearsal next Sun-
day' morning at Kaplan Hall, Tem-
The orchestra gives promise of
good work and plans to cover dance
and popular-classical music. Miss
Kane has had several years' ex-
perience in orchestra work, having
been with Miami Beach String En-
semble, Fisher High Schol Orches-
tra and the Miami Junior Sym-
phony Orchestra of Miami Uni-
Those able to play musical in-
struments, whether members of
the Sunday School or children of
members of the congregation, are
invited to enroll .by next Sunday
and bring their instruments.
Israel went to a banker in a
Shopkeeper: "Why are you late
today for work"
Abner: "I fell downstairs."
Shopkeeper: "Wel11, that
shouldn't have taken you longin
When Fanny was led under the
choopa for the wedding ceremony,
she suddenly burst into tears.
"What on earth's the matter"
cried her bridesmaid, in alarm.
"This should be the happiest day
in your life."
"I know," .sobbed Fanny, "but
it's this way. My mother married
my father, but I---Pm marrying a
SMr. Schwarts met his friend,
Mr. Nathans, on the street one
day, and greeted himl very cor-
"I heasr you're making (three
times ass much money this year as
you did last,", said Mr. Schwartz.
"You're a lucky fellowl"
"Yes," sighed the "lucky fel-
low, "but my ~wife has found it
Little Aaron had arrived in
New York's East Side only a few
months before from the. old coun-
try, and he was anxious to learn
the English language.: One day he
saw' an advertisement in the pa-
per, saying that vi certain lady
gave lessons in English at reason-
able rates. He made his way to
S"How much do you charge for an
English lesson?" he faltered.
"One dollar," she replied.
"Oh, that's too much!" 'answered
the shrewd Aaron. "I can get les.
sons for a half dollar elsewhere."
"Impossible!" cried the teacher.
"Don't forget, P'm a lady, and
born in England."
'T~lhat's just why ~you ought to
teach me for a half dollar," d*-
elared Aaron firmly. "Your Eng-
lish didn't cost you nothing"
Isaac was happily pursuing the
trade of second-hand dealer. He
whistled as he went his rounds,
and was as happy as the day is
But one morning he camoe upon a
place owned by a severe-looking
anti-Semitask Isaae, wit a friend-
Te oh ahn wer il th ea~
larly nasty, he added, with deep
scorn: "I have a cold you can
S"OhJ no, I can't take it now," an-
swered Isdae, quick as a flash,
"but you just keep it until net~a
year and then i't will be second-
small town and asked if he would
lend him one dollar for a year.
The banker, astonished at the
small amount requested, jokingly
asked what Israel could supply for
security. Israel, nothing daunted,
tok a $1,000 Liberty Bond out of
his pocket. The surprised banker
examined the bond, saw that it
was genuine, and laughingly gave
Israel his dollar and explained that
at the end of a year there would
be $1.08 due.
A year later Israel returned to
the banker, handed him $1.08, re-
ceived his Liberty Bond back, and
began to leave the office. Impelled
by curioriity, the banker stopped
"Tell me," he inquired, "why did
you give $1,000 security to borrow
just one dollar ?"
"Well," smiled Israel, "'I saved
$2.92 on the transaction--a safe
deposit box for my Liberty Bond
would have cost three dollars!"
During the late war two Jewish
soldiers found themselves fighting
side by side in the trenches. There
struck up a friendship.
"Tell me," asked one, after they
became acquainted, 'why did you
come to war ?
"I have no wife, and I love
war," answered the other. LHow
Just the opposite," answered the
first soldier. "I have a wife, and
I love peace*
Moses was a very clever boy.
One -day-before 1920, by the way
-his father ordered him to fetch
a can of beer.
"All right," answered Moses,
"where's the money ?
"Oh," said his father, grinning,
"it's no trick to bring back beer
without money. Bring it back
without money--that's the trick."
In a little while Moses returned
with an empty pail, and setting it
down before his father, smiling,
said: There' drink to your heart's
content. bce! d
thBut the bukt is empty cri d
'h," answered oses, ia o
trick todrmnk beer wheennyo hare
Ithere-that's the eikl"
"W re wer you, hSammy thve
been out catching lions!"
"Brave boy! And how did you
"'Schlemiel! It's easy. All you
have to do is put the Sahara des-
ert in a sieve, shift the sand
through, and there you have all
the lions caught!"
Meeting at Beth David Talmud
Torah the Hebrew Athletic Club
discussed plans of the organiz;a.
tion and heard reports of its com.
mittees. The Hollywood team will
arrive here Sunday next to play
teams of the Club at Washington
Park, Miami Beach, in volley ball
and handball contests. At the
same time some of the tennis
tournament rounds still be played.
All are invited to attend and wit-
ness what promises to be well.
contested games. The next meet-
ing of the organization will be
held at Beth David Talmud Torah
Hall next Wednesday evening.
Ann Dvorak, well known screen
artist, assisted by Lee Tracy, an-
other screen favorite, will be seen
in a powerful portrayal of family
life at the Tivoli Theatre next
Sunday and Monday in "Stra~nge
Love of Molly Louvain."
The heroine is seduced by a
young wealthy scoundrel; she lives
with a small-town crook, during
which time she gives birth to a
baby, and later on is hunted by
the police in connection with the
death of police officer, murdered
by her friend, the small-town
crook. A young friend, former
~bell-boy, wvho happened .to be in
the crook's car with her at the
time the crook had shot and killed
the policeman, follows her wher-
ever she goes; he is so much in
love with her that he is willing to
take chances, even though she ad.
vises him to leave her and keep out
of trouble *
In the development of the plot,
Ann Dvorak, the heroine, and Rich-
ard Cromwell, the young friend,
land in a rooming house. There
they meet Lee Tracy, a newspaper
man. Lee recognizes in Ann a
woman of the streets and makes
proposals to her, which she, of
course,t rees aee so tn no
enwtha u e e8ma mou be i
render herself ; he has them broad-
cast 'an appeal to her on the
ground that her baby is dying. She
gets the news over the radio and
surrenders. But why continue,
when you can get the rest of this
interesting and thrilling story by
seeing the play ? See the play and
you will enjoy it.
Mrs. Rebecca Yunes and family
are now located in their new home
at the 'Wellington Apartments, 6655
Eneclid Avenueng Miami BPeach,
where they will be pleased to
greet their many friends.
A very successful meeting of the
Miami Beach Jewish Social Set
was held last week at the home
of Miss Paula Thaler. Plans dis-
cussed at this meeting for the ~fu-
ture of the organization included
the holding of a large benefit
event to raise funds for a Com-
>munity center. Serving as the of-
ficers at the present time are Mur-
ray Grossman, president; Jack
Stern, vice president, and Paula
Thaler, treasurer, The reception
committee in charge of Sylvia
Chauncey, Beverly Thaler and Eve-
lyn Small served refreshments,
Dancing was enjoyed during the
evening, The organization meets
every Thursday evening.
Those interested miay enroll in
classes which meet every WT~ednes-
day morning at Kaplan Hall under
the guidance of Rabbi Dr. Jacob
H. Kaplan. A class in "What We
Jews Believe" meets at 9:30 A. M.
and the class in "Current Jewish
Events" meets at 10:30 A. M.
An interesting ~meeting of the
Boh Jacob Sisterhoodhof e]ia i
Is Mo syy nigt h lar ns e, th
work of the organization were dio
cussed and a dance wil de gv of
December 21st forwork %ll de- o
its Talmud Tora ok. d l th eo-
tails of the dance and oitse ar-
mittee to have charge unce ins a
rangement will be announe i
lan early issue. 4
Miss Miriam Drevitch, who was
biitn h ant and uncle, Mdr.
and Ms. ) Abbott, of Miami
Beach, returned to her home in
Boston last Tuesday after a short
By MILTONl A. FRIEDMAN
Hello, folks! Is everybody hap-
I know that P'm happy because
to can't be anything but happy
Iter seeing and hearing: the "Big
broadcast Hi de di de ho, Hen
is love. For the benefit of those
he didn't see the picture, I am
>t crazy. The ejaculators stand
r Cab Calloway and his Harlem
:aniacs, and- the line about love
ands for the name of a song in
re picture. Forgive my trans-
easions for you know that "na-
,re in the raw is seldom mild."
Getting down to earth, here is
me news about Miami boys.
At the special election held last
eek two Miamians were placed in
gh positions in Phi Beita Delta
sterni'ty. Al. Csasspl became see-
tary and Phil Berman went uP
clr. These boys are ledng
yures in the frat, and even big-
!r things are being expected of
em next year.
I've written before of Marx
!inberg in regard to his being in
e glee club. It has now turned
It that he is in a number of
her activities. He has the hon-
of being on the cabinet of the
ndebrt Y. M. C. A., and is also
Soe of mh d rm trzae Cl
dt ks to Ml e I alnoly k
all great men.
The other day one of my pro.
isors, who has a deep regard for
a weaker and fairer sex, was
cussing methods of commural,
tion. He said there are three
ilB of spreading news: telephone,
egraph, and tell a roman. Don't
Iee me, girls, I only heard.
Anter of our aspiring youths
the campus 18 Sam Harris. Sam
eleepresent holding their o iion
', a dramatic organization. He s-
also active in another field.
'wever, Imislaid the paper on
rich I had this information so I
eret at this time that I cannot
SYOU everything about Sam. As
n as my agents (7) find out
r me I'11 tell you about it.
Three Miami boys have so far
en on almost every ;athl*~ico
I mthat Phi B D frat has put
the field. These boys are also
Firing for honors, or maybe I
oud say perspiring. The mus-
Sesare Phil Breman, Milt
sedan, and Al. Nathan. Their
atendeavors have been in bas-
bl.Although I would like to
That their team is winning
game, I cannot. But than
ki, ou know that times are
podto be hard now. '
Ithoug thi wa not Y R
With small brightly colored ta-
bles set around the edge of the
dancing floor and various gally
colored lights to carry out the at-
mosphere, the Junior Council of
Jewish Women held its first Girls'
Break D~ance in surroundings to
resemble a night club, last Sunday
night at ~Beth Dlavid Talmurd. To-
rah. The Pots and Pansy Nite
Club had Miss Fay Sheldon as its
mistress of ceremonies. With the
aid of a frying pan to simulate a
"mike," the artiste for the evening
were introduced between the
dances. Joe Mandelbaum as Bing
Crosby, Nat Williams as Rudy Val-
lee, Irene Farr as Sophie Tucker
and Irene Bordoni, Bea Alpert as
stenderized ~aste Smith, Glardys
Blair as Ease Pitts, Morty Coper,
Stanley C. Myers ~as Tekelee Ire,
and Mirlam Scheinberg as Mrs.
Walter Winchell were the enter-
tainers for the eventsg. Mirlam
Schainberg did the sen~al inchell
stuff, using her guests as subjects
ifor scandal gossiping. During the
evening dancing was enjoyed.
Mr. and Mrs. Moe Harria of
New York city, and family re'turn-
ed to the city to spend the winter
season here. Mr. Harria is the
sponsor of the Miami Young Israel
National A ZA day will be ob- i
served by the local chapter on
Sunday evening, December 18th,
at Kaplan Hall, wthen prominent
s eakers and an elaborate program
of entertainment will be peet.
ed, The main feature of the eve-
*in 11l be the conferring of the
ningn or Judas Maceabeus de-
sreono the organization. Refresh-
ments will be served. At this tine
mhe local chapter is making an
pe al for contributions of books
ap ito library at Temple Israel. It
is urging its friends to either send
books or make monetary contribu-
tions for the parobase of such
boo s. ***
As we go to pres pa gnerl
meeting of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation is being held
to elect officers for the coming
to be punny, I mean funny, atl f
did get a laugh in class. Ond at
the boya' names is Watts, and a
the time this incident occurred we
were taking up the subject of ni-
sanc~e. The prof. called on thid
boy to give the definition, an
said: "Watts-what's a nuisance "
Imagine his embarrassment.
Laugh, I thought P'd smoke a her-
There is a free midnight sow
in town tonight and one never
misses those. Therefore, I will be
unable to have time to think up I
proverb to end this artlele All r
promised I would last week. lUite
I: can say is "Please, lend a lte
ear to my pleas" and exese me.
An important meeting of the
Junior Council of Jewish Women
will be held Tuesday evening, No-
vember 15th, at the Miamri Colo~n-
ial Hotel, when the annual Peaee
program will be presented. Miss
Fay Sheldon is in charrge of the
program which will have among
its features a musical tro of
Missere Goldie and Syplvia Mrier
rad Millie Drels'en; iroat Ealin
will play several vfolin saeletons,
rad other atombers rand tlalksO
be heard. All areane to ~~
IM~ Im* today;
All .tbe short way,
To live is to do
What munst be done;
To~ walkrd -and be true,
Forr work is soon done.
*Mso living for othen,
Ta h lgiste their load;
*Tis helplag our bro~an
Aald ~intint ~in God."
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Ucopy" that ,rdsrbb
way into te danrk fesnm e o
reli ious hig~try' ra kt t
so eba of lav~e i
I would have sean pay les st-
tendion to the meathingC et thedir
religion and more rtatil t
the LIVING of it.
I weald create in evaj ha-
mas breast a desire for the
finer things of life-for art, tw
music, for good booksr, for the
songs of birds rad the laughts
For only as we SWm rpr
arlly can we hope to eVolve
I would build a mammoth
Temple of Frieindllass, n
every day in the year thee
would be preached therei a
sermon by some man or some
woman who had suffered enrough
to knowv how to be kind.
I would sell, through a cam-
paign of CONSTRUCTIVE E-
AMPLE, the advratages of being
services at Con-
I[srael will begin
an Armistice DaY
delivered by D~r.
on the ''Conflict
art 8 P. M1., and
sermon- will be
A. S. Kleinfeld
of Na-tions." Saturday services
at 9 A. Mi., Sunday Schlool at 10
A. Mi. Daily Hebrew classes at
4 P. 6.
Congregation B'nai Israel has
suffered a great loss in the sud-
den death of M. ~Levy Paltrowich,
who is greatly mourned by the en-
tire city. The funeral service was
in charge of Rabbi A. S. Klein-
Mr. Louis Boston and Mr. E.
Gelman, former president and vice
president of- Congregation Btnai
Israel, ae reorganizing the Chevra
Kadishar of the organization.
The Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid
Society of Contgregation B'nai
bsrael rcePntly elected new officers
for the ensuing year: Belle Gold-
man, president; Mrs. Mi. F~eldman,
vice president; Mrs. Sam Goldberg,
secretary, and Mrs. D. Goldberg,
Mrs. A.. Sirkis will sponsor a
card party for the benefit of the
ladies' Asstiliary and Aid Society
on Sunday, Nov. 20th. A large
crowd is expected.
The Judaric Council was recently
organized and consists of the
younger Jewish women of St. Pe-
t~erbarg. The aims of this so-
ciety are social and benevolent.
A dance was given at the Show
Boat Thursday evening by the Beth
lara6 Sisterh~ood. The comte
in charge was Mrs. O. P. Gruner,
Mrs. T. Mdyers, Mrs. J. Barash,
Mrs. E. Halpern, and Mrs. B. Bal.
pern. An unusual crowfd attended.
aegular Friday night services
of Temple Bethb Israel are held
every Priday night at ~the Temple
on Broward Avenue with the Bab-
bi, D~r. C. N. Bewrmn, officiatiat*
Fonowing the services the rabbi
delivers a sermon.
Mr. and MLrs. Iso Bader of ZO ~
Street sad Dizie, have moved t
Belle Glade for the winter.
Congregation Beth El held a
special called meeting~ W M ad
night at the home of Mr. man Mrs.
J. Sneider. At that time many
important matters webre discumsed*
of the Congregatie on hF are
held regularly at the M8oose Hall
RABBI A. b. WIEBEL
Officiating at Beth atv
NEGLECT OF JEWISH EDU-
CATION SPIRITUAL SUICIDE
I would water thirsty wals
wvith refreshing, inspiring, ap*
lifting drangrhts from the wrel
of Man's Brotherhood.
I Pould not preach. I weaM
TEACHI. I weakid nt frigtea.
I wPould E1NLIGHTEIN. I weaMd
at dama. I weaM~ PRAISB. I
wrould not equeezte eat the s&
sence of S)pirituality btwom~c
the narrori~yn alls of PsLE~a
dice rad Hate. I weamd gIve
that essence room to expew sad
send its healing fnrareas lateI
the far corners of th rt
I have listened to grea ser*
mons by great men at aher
creeds, but the diapled amrm at
a child arenad my seek and the
sweet innocence sad eenfilene
shining in those eyes of lIne
have sold me more true Godli-
nes -and in muceh lesstime.
If I: were G~ods advertising
man, may "appropriaties" weanM
be His spirit of Fergiveness;
my "copy") would center about
His great love for His chi~ires
my "media"' would be Grat
Souls wrho wrould go their war
spreading the gospel of Kia@*
ness and Good WilL. And I weaMl
sell Godliness besanse I weaM
make it attractive; because~4 I
wroul put it wPithinL the eager
reach of the restless a sea
who are trying to find peac la
material things and in a shllow,
For a Rabbi to speak about the
importance of Jewish education is
to indulge in platitudes. Without
Jewish education there would be
no Jews. Every system of life
from the most primitive to the
most highly developed is depen-
dent for its continuance upon the
training of those that would live
under it. LJearning is the first ac-
tivity of the new-born infant.
Teaching him the meaning of Ju-
daism is therefore also the first
duty of the Jewish father toward
his offspring. It is elementary.
It precedes all other obligations.
It is vital to Israel's survival as a
people, to the future of the Jew-
"As long as the voice of Jacob
rings in the schoolroom," said an
ancient sage playing on the
phraseology of Scripture, "the
hands of Esau are powerless
against him. The moment, how-
ever, the former lapses into silence
the latter asserts itself." There
was nothing that Israel's leaders
in the past fought for as tel-
aciously as the right to teach their
children. In the darkest days of
Roman persecution they main-
tained their schools, risking their
lives to carry out the command-
ment of "v'shennantom l'voneeho"
because they knew that so long as
there were little Jews there was
ter was precluded. To neglect
Jewish education, whatever the
reason be, is to commit spiritual
suicide. Only those Jews who
have lost all regard for the eternal
values of Judaism will permit it.
No true woman ever begins to
grow old until after her marriage.
Mr. and MIrs. Joe Freidheim and
MBr. and Mnrs M1 Welt o
Br~ooklyn, N. Y, left Saturday bsy
moator fore their homre, atter sped-
in i teh here.
Word wRas received here that
a son wasr born to Mlr. and Mrs.
Joe Jaobs# of Atlanta. Mlrs. Ja-
cobs w~as formerly Mliss Esther
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The tale of the months
Oif the Jewish year.
Nissan. brings Pesach,
whenIb r then ia
When our Law was given.
Tammusu, the hot month,
Ellena bu vith its fast;
The old year is past.
Tishre brings New Year
Yom Kippur and Booths,
Then Chesvan, then Kisley,
WCith Chanukia' t -uths. '
In Tavais and Shevat
Till Aa brih~ oine,
And now my tale's done.
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