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The Jewish Floridian ( November 18, 1932 )

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
November 18, 1932
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
November 18, 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:
AA00010090:00194

Related Items

Related Items:
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
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
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'(st My M liesi'

THE MOST FASHIONABLE
SLOGAN OF TODAY


The following sermon, delly.
ered by Rabbi Israel Tabak of
Shaarei Zion Cong., Bakltimore,
Md., is so applicable to condi.
tions throughout the country,
and even in Miaml, that we
earnestly commend its serious
consideration by our readers, -
The Editor.

'IE shall soon hear the call of
Sthe Shofar, and the scene
of "Akedath Yitzehok," the bind.
ing of Isaac upon the altar by
Abraham, will present itself to our
minds. For, according to our rab-
bis, the portion of the Torah about
the "Akedah" read this morning

is closely linked with "T'kisth Sho.
far." "Blow before me," the Al-
mighty said, "the Horn of the Ram
which Abraham offered upon the
altar intended for Isaae, so that I
recall the Suprdme Sacrifice your
fathers,were ready to make, and I
shall take it as. if yout yourselves
have made the Supreme Sacrifice."
Tradition has it that all the Jew-
ish sins which Satan places upon
the "Divine Scale of Justice" on
Rosh Hashone, the Day of Turdg
ment, are outwtreighed by the
Spirit of Sacrifice whlah Abraham
had instilled into ble s~hfbawA
When the sacrifice the Jewish
people had brought for their God
and their ideals troughoutl their
~long history of hrtyrdom are
placed on the saea ~posite that
of Satan by the "~Melitse Yoshern
they send it crashing down, lear-
ing Satan and his associates in
dumbfounded silence. Again Jew has triumphed. The vrig
is in his favor.
Thus in our prayers we Ily ret
claims to our spirit of sacrifice
We want all our sins forgiven be.
cause we, as a people, are willing,
or supposed to be willing to offler
sacrifices when the hour calls for
them. Our ideals are desser to
us than our own -lives. 'Certainly
money never meant anything to
us when it was needed for the up.
keep of our sacred institutions,
This sounds very nicas does it
not? But Jews would hide their
faces in shame it they only ucnder-
stood the meaning of their pa"

ter acione t by ay thde Unn th
beautiful lip service. I: am afraid
the "Melitz Yosher" will have a
hard time with Satan this year on-
less he finds a new line of defense
and we hope he does. In a recent
cartoon someone depicted the at-
titude of the American JewI today
very aptly. A stourt, overfid man,
riding in a big expenalk car, a '
fat cigar in hisl mouth, several dis-
monds sparkling on ble fingers,
there is a big sign on his car sray-
ing, "Don't bother me, I am broke,
I can't give a cents,
How true and how typical of
our people today. Mlenr ae cancel-
mng or cutting their memberships
in their congregations, slicing their
subscriptions to charitable organ*'


izations in half, refusing to pay
pledges made in good fidth to our
educational instita~thm, tanralg a
deafeCar to the arl est _tr, teedy
and the despearstsjd aB tir- a-- 6


New officer of the Miami Jewish Orthodo Congregation CRed i
Ing from left to right: Bottom r ow-Rahbb Jonah B. Caplanr. Mid.
Idle rowl-S1am Futterfass, first v ice president; Milton Weiner, press.
ident; Max Rappaport, second vi ce president. Top row-Charles
Feldman, secretary; J. Louis She chet, director; William Mechlo-
witz, treasurer, and H. M. Drevitch, director. Nathan Adelman
and Harry Seitlin, directors, do not appear on this picture.


Welfare AlrlilHry Uillfiers TO Dt"

AO iMeett MOROing on y
An iportnt eetig ofthe What promises to be one of the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish nsmeobl afirofhe
Welfare Bureau will be held thisseonithpbl ntllinof
comig ModayNoveber 0ththe recently elected officers of the
at Kaplan Hall, beginning at 2 im eihOthdxCnrg.
P. M. A program will be present- tion at the Palatial Koosher Res.
ed and important business will beturnnetSdaevinD-
transatd TUHEO ISTA~lLLA- cember 20th, beginning at 7
TIONLUNCEON CHEDLEDo'clock. The program provides for
FOR HISDAY AS EENthe formal .installation, several ad-
POSTPNED ND WIL BEdresses by well known speakers
BELDIN DCEMER. ll toseand a musical program~ in which
having charity boxes are urged to the Cantiors of the several Syna*
attend this meeting and bring the gogues will be, heard in a number
boxes with them. Because of the o advleat.
continued demands upon the or- The public is invited to attend
ganization for funds with which and may make reservations by
to continue its relief work it is calling any member of the com-
important that all charity boxes mittee. In charge of arrangements
be brought in at this time, the are H. M. Drevich, Mrs. Max Kup*
first for the past eight months in Iferstein and J. L. Shoehet. The
which a collection of boxes is be- nominal charge of seventy-five
ing made. cents per plate will be made.


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ing the Rabbi's address there will
follow a discussion in which the
public is invited to join. The con-
gregational singing and chanting
will as usual be part of the serv-
ice. A social hour will follow. The
regular Friday night services are
held at 6 P. M. Saturday morn-
ing services begin at 9 A. M. with
Mincha services at 5 P. M. Be-
'ginning shortly the Rabbi will
preach in Yiddish at the Saturday
morning services.

CONGREGATION BEITHT JACOB
(Orthodoz)
811 Washington Avenue
Miaml Beach
L. AXELROD. Rabbi
Regular Friday night services
begin at 6 P. M. Saturday morning
services at 9 o'clock. The Rabbi
will preach in Yiddish on "'The
Akeidah," and 'give Ai Talmudle
and Midrashic interpretation of
this portion of the week. Cantor
Borth Schlachman will chant the
services.

CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(Conservastive)
189 N. W. Third Avenute
At the late Friday night serv-
ices tonight Capt. M. F. Tobias,
well known' lecturer, will address
the congregation on "Topics of
Universal Interest." The choir
will bel heard in ia number of se-
lections and the susul congrega-
tiohal singing will be enjoyed. A
social hom' will follow.

TEMPLE ISRABL OF MIAMI"
(Refiorm)
187 N. B. Nineteenth Street
DR. JACOB H.' KAPLAN, RabHi
Sisterhood Sabbath will be ob.
served this Friday evening at
Temple Israel, Miamii's Jewisrh Re-
form Congregation.. Services be-
gin at 8:15 and will be in charge
of the Sisterhood. The program
is in charge of Mrs. Jacob Davis.
Conducting services will be: Mbrs.
J. Simpson, Mrs. H. U. Felbelmran,

Pe I nul Mrs H, i. Wi1 amess
Mrs. I. Weinstein will deliver the
lecture and Mrs. IsaaC Levin, prea-
ident of the Sisterhood, will give
the closing prayer.


"kien~ly In *


J y rs. uarnery en err,
chairman of the arrangements
committee. The invocation wks
delivered by Mrs. Joseph -William-
son. Mrs. Mdseal K~rieger, na-
tionally known Hadassah figure,
was introduced as the toastmis-
tress and in her usual inimitable
manner presented the different
speakers of the afternoon. She
told of what Hadassah meant to
the Jewish people as a whole and
to the upbuilding of Palestine in
particular. Mrs. M. D. Kirach, a
past president of Hadassah, then
read a very interesting and in-
structive paper 'on "Zionism"
which was received with marked
enthusiasm by all attending. A
report on the proceedings of the
National Hadassah convention held
recently in New York City, was
given by Mrs. Harry Weinberg,
who represented the local chap-
ter. A speech of acceptance was
made by Mrir. Freda Lutsky, pres-
ident of the Miami Hadarssah, who
briefly told of Hadassah, its pur-
yiess qghr~ticuarl its ~goal and
duties in Miami. A comprehensive
financial report was read by Mrs.
Mit.lton Wlner, financial sqere.


Taking part in the musical pro-
Sgram were Mrs. Michael Klemt-
ner, accompanied by Miss Frances
Kane, and a piano selection by
Miss K~ane. The ceremonies were
closed with the announcement of
committee chairmen and the sing-
ing of "'Hatikyo,.
Appointed to head committees
wrere Education, Mrs. Max Do-
brin; publicity, Mrs. Lena Shmow;
membership, Mrs. Barney Wein-
kle; program, Mrs. Joseph WKilliam-
son; Hadassah Medical Organiza-
tion, Mrs. Harry Weinberg; Jew-
ish National Fund, Mrs. Marnnie
Wesson; Happy Day Fund, Mrs.
Morris Dubler; .hospitality, Mrs.
Mary Kleinman; public relations,
Mrs. Julius. Simpson; infant wel-
fare, Mrs. B. Kanidel; Palestine,
Mrs. Sam Katz; junior representa-
ki oleSenior Hadassah, Mrs. Carl






Next Thursday morning, No-
vember 24th, the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation will hold
special Thanksgivin~g Day services
beginning at 10:80 A. M6. The
prognrm- includes the participation
of all the Sunday School and Fal-
mud Torah children, an addressl by
a well known speaker and a brief
sermon by Irabbi Caplan of the
Congregation. This is an annual
event with the Congregation and
will be carried out a little more
elaborately this year than pre-
viously, The members of the Law
dies' AuxillaryT will attend in a
bod sad special seats fet'oarrt to
.visting studeals have been
H~~~r ~PIe putl s bried


A mass meeting of all the Jews
of Greater MIiami has been called
to meet next Wednesday evening,
November 28rd, at 8 P. M. In the
Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami
Beach, to reorgaie the Hebrew
Friendly Inn. Because of the re-
peated demands being made apa
local Jews rto take car of stralul-
ed, deserving Jewljah tnsr 'It
is felt that g sra I~a
Innoa shoolti~~C c~
yeli* as' R la thep~~i
Jew~i a are igd 4p~:
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Miami Hadas~sah Announcements 1;

Installs Offic ersi-
MIAMI JEWISHI ORTHODOXP
Installation of officers of thel CONGREGATION
Miami Senior Hadassrah was (Orthodoz)
held last Monday afternoon at 1545 8. W. Third Street
the Palatial Kosher Restaurant JONAH B. CAPLAN, Ralbbi
when more than sixty-five guests Lt rdyngtOe ou
services will be held at the Miams'
matter nde. Dored it u Jewish Orthodox Congregation to-
flowrs nd sreaers nd ibqnight at 8:15 P. M., when. Rabbi
bon ofblu an whte thena-Caplan will preach on "Chassidism
tional colors), the meeting was and the Modern World." Follow-
o enedpr b Mr B Wikl.


Orthodox Cong.
Electstgy Ofcr

Last Thursda nght the annual
meeting for electing officers was
held at its Synagogue by the Mi-
.m Jeih Orthodox Congrega-
amion J outline of the activities
oftion. t ea was given by
ofthe psasnt, yMr. Nathan Adel*
he, presde a financial report was
suman, ad ay the secretary, Mr.
nmittn ed by. Several new mem-
bers were induce it h r
ganisation. eetdfr
The following were headthed or-
the coming year tohedenth ilon
gammsation: Presi dent, am lo
W9einer; first vice preiresident, Sa
Futterfass; second vice p Charles
Max Rappaport; secre ary, Wiallam
Feldman ; tr ~rrs chosen
Mechlowitz. Dielmays Barry
were: Nathan Aldi vitchfand J.
S~ettlin, H M. Dre ic, a J


Junior Hadassah

ToHold DRCE

Plans for the Turkey Trot
Thanksgiving night, November
24th, at the Coral Gables Golt andi
Country Club call for an excep-
tionarlly fine evening rep~le~te with
aovesl entertainment, Steve Bro.
daie,' well known blackface com.
edian, is only one of a long list
of professional talent that will be
seen that night. Mr. Leoa Acker-
man will be master of ceremonies,
and lead in the merrymaking for
the evening. During the evening
turkeys will be awarded to winners
of contests. In charge of arrange.
ments is a committee headed by
Mrs. Jennie Rottort, who is being
assisted by Meadames Charles
Wesson, Leo steinberg, Ted Gal.
kis and Jack Solen., Tckets may
be obtained from member of
the committee.




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Sunday morning at 10 o'clock~ o
"Stranger and Sojounrneq) In
addition to the sermon there will
be prayers, hymns, and al question
box. The completion of a year u
broadcasts by the Radio Synago
will be observed by an anniverp
program on December 18th. Te .
tative plans for the broadcast wig
Ibe announced at the conclusion of
Sthe services this Sunday,

Prizes for high scores were won






Council Sabbath will be held at
Temple Israel Friday night, No-
vember 25th, and among those
participating in the program to
;be presented are the Misses Sylvia
Miller, Bea Shaff, Pauline Schen.
feld and Sylvia Dreisen. Ushers
will include the Misses Claire
Hodes, Ruth Drevitch, and Pearl
Rubin.


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Mrs. S. H. Lutsky, now entering g her fourth year as President of
Senior. Hadassah. She is at pr esent serving as Regional Vice
President and Publicity Chairman of Southern Region.

A. Orovitz as the hostesses. A admission fee will be charged.
large crowd attended and delicious The public is invited to attend.
refreshments were served. Win-i .


The second of a series of benefit
bridge parties for the Junior Coun-
cil of Jewish Women was held last
Monday night at the home of M~rs.
Stanley C. Myers, 2320 S. W.
16th Terrace. Quite a large num-
ber of guests attended and en-
joyed a very pleasant evening*


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Jewivih~ Orthodox Congregation
was held last Wednesday night at
the Synagog. The outgoing Board
concluded its business and the re-
cently elected officers and direc-
tors held their first meeting. Com-
mittee appointments announced
and approved by the board in-
cluded: Membership, Harry Seit-
lin, H. M. Drevich and Charles
Feldman; Talmud Torah and Sun-



ineSchol husMommaritte, Willian
tragog aN.demn J. L. Shochet; fia
and H. M. Drevtch. M.rvc n

Isiaac Schlolnic, well knlownn
thie baery trade in Mmite, and J.
Riterg ofiz New Yrk, haveor- a
ganM.ized the NewYrkic Brad aynd
Cakeompan N dlandJ wll Sophenths
comng Satu. rday t 41 .
ISta .Bohofthes eme nhaveane i
reptatigons asein among, the or
baes bomaker and will ollow thes


rule of giving the best to their
customers. On opening day each
customer will receive a gift.

Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Czech enter-
tained a number of friends honor-
ing out of town guests who ar-
rived here recently. Honorees
were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Stone of
New York, Mr. and Mrs. L. Leuch-
tag of New York, Mr. and Mrs. Al-
bertson of New Orleans and New
York, Dr. and Mrs. B. Schiff of
Chicago, Ill., and I. R. Wolk of
jNew York. The home was beauti-
fully decorated and during the
evening delightful 'refreshments
and a buffet supper was served.
Prizes were awarded for high
scores.

Mr. T. Borochoff of Atlanta, Ga.,
the father of Mrs. J. Peretzman of
this eity, is a patient at the Vic-
toria Hospital.

Miss T. Steinberg will leave to-
day for Atlanta, Ga., where she
will spend a two weeks' vacation.

Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adelman
had as their dinner guests last Fri-
day night Congressman and Mrs.
J. Mark Wilcox and Rabbi and
Mrs. Jonah E. Caplan.

At a recent meeting of the A Z
A Junior Bnai Brith organization,
I. Silber was chosen president and
Harold Tannenbaum vice presi-
dent. Plans are being made for a
gala celebration of National A Z
A Day to be held in December
which will include speakers and
entertainment. Full details will
appear in an early issue.

Last Wednesday night Beth Da-


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The tombstone to the memory
of the late I. Gilman was unveiled
last Sunday afternoon atth
Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery
Association plot of Woodlawn
Cemetery. Members of the family
and friends attended and Rabbi
Jonah E. Caplan of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation of-
ficiated. ea.




s gentatives of th mpe Felo ship lu
receutly organized, wyHribet pres-


ent. Dr. Kaplan will outline some
of the activities that might be un-
dertaken by such a Junior Congre-
gation. Membership is open to aill
Jewish youth between the ages of
17 and 25. ...

The school orchestra of Temple
SIsrael will meet Sunday morning
at 9 o 'cloc k. School opensast 10
o'clock Sunday morning.

Those wishing to take begmn-
ning Hebrew at Temple Israel
Must report Sunday morning at
ii9:30. Classes will be formed at
i-that time.

Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan of Temp le
Israel conducts the following
classes, which are open and free
to everybody. Jewish Literature,
Tuesday evening at the Rabbi's
residence; Wednesday morning at
9:30 at the study in the Temple,
"What We Jews Believe," and at
10:30 the same inornihg3 arid same
place, "Jewish Current Events."
Hebrew for advanced pupils at the
study Saturday morning from 9
to 12.

f The regular meeting of the Beth
David Sisterhood was held last
Wednesday at its Talmud Torah
Hall when, in addition to the reg-
tilar business a program was pre-
'sented by Mrs. Stanley C. Myers.
An address by Rabbi Sandor Wie-
sel, a reading by Miss Marjorie
Rosengarten, and a vocal solo by
Mrs. Ed Friedmain accompanied at
the piano by Mrs. A. E. Rosenthal,
was part of the program. A social
hour followed the business meet-
ing and program. Plans for the
New Years Eve dance and dinner
at the Talmud Torah Hall for De-
cember 31st were announced* ~

Beth David Sisterhod is spon-
Ssoring a card party.at the Talmud
Torah Hall Monday evening, No-
vember 28th, at 8 P. M., when
i'Mesdames Frank Solomon, David
11Bogen, Jack Simon and Stanley C.
Myers will be the hostesses.
iiPrizes will be awarded for high
9 evdscores and refreshments will be


ning prizes for high scores were
Mesdames William Friedman, M.
Mann of Duluth, Minn.; Paul Sil-
verman, Dave Bogen, J. Lang, Ed
Friedman and M. Rosenhouse.

!Mrs. Henry Seittin, publicity
chairman of the Women's Club of
of the Workmen's Circle, was the
guest of honor at a surprise par-
ty held recently at the Workmen's
Circle Hall. Many of her friends
gathered there to greet her upon
her return from New York City,
and a very enjoyable evening was
spent. A beautiful gift was pre-
sented to Mrs. Seithin mn recogmi-
tion of her work. Among those
speaking were Zerubavel, head of
the Yiddish Shules in Poland, who
was in Miami on a brief visit.

A "'Get Acquainted" dance will
be held at the Alcazar Patio, Cor-
/al Gables, Sunday night, Decem-
ber 20th, under the auspices of
the Junior I. W. O. A nominal

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permits Robinsonj Arranglements have been made
all his remarkable bly the officers of Emunah Chap-
artist. It is one ter O. E. S., for its annual card
~ecause of the re- party to be held at the Miami
lacter delineations IAcacia Club in the Congress Bldg.,
e is ably supported 111 N. E. Second Ave., Monday
Borne. evening, December 12th, begin-
~ning at 8 o'clock. Prociidisa of
the Ye~ddedem Club Ithis party will be used for the Ma-
t month include a sonic .Home Fund. Tickets may
!cently at the home be obtained from any member of
,witz at which bus- the organization or at the door,
rated and a seeial Prizes will be awarded for high
a beach party at scores and refreshments will be
ach last Tuesday served.


kills his wife
to bring forth
powers as an
worth seeing b
markable char
he portraits. H
byi Vivienne Os

Activities of 1
for the curren~
meeting held re
of Louis Safano
iness was trans
hour enjoyed;
Normandy Ber


At the recent meeting of the
Junior Council of Jewish W'Totien
plans for the first formal dance
of the season at the Coral Gables
Golf and Country Club for
W`1Cednesday, December 21st, were
announced by Miss Harriet K~antor.
Full details will appear in an
early issue.

Plans for the winter season of
the Miami Beach Jewish Social
Set include a series of lectures
and symposiums at the Beth Ja-
.cob Congregation, Miami Beach,
under the direction of Rabbi Las-
arus Axelrod.

Mrs. Ida Buckstein will be host-
ess at a social hour following the
lecture services tonight at the Mi-
ami' Jewish Orthodox ~Congrega-
tion. Various officers and mem-
bers of the Ladies' Auxiliary will
be the hostesses every Friday
evening.


bPlans fourth al Chnk te a-
mud Torah and Sunday School of
Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami
Beach, will be announced in an
early issue of the Jewish Florid-
lan. The affi wl I be held at the

December 28th.

The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion is sponsoring a card party
at the Synagogue next Tuesday
evening, November 22nd, when
Mesdames Nathan Adelman and
Nathan Abramson will be the host-
esses. Prizes will be awarded for~
high scores and refreshments will
be served. The public is invited
to attend.

A well attended meeting of the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation was
held ?lastr Tuesday night at the
Synagog. Committee appoint-
ments announced included the fol-
lowing heads of committees: En-
tertainment: Ferldman and Sho-
chet; sick visiting committee, Mes-
dames N. Abramson and Louis
Pallott;~ membership, Mesdames
HX. Kotkin and S. Futterfass; Ta)
mud Torah, Mesdames Sam and
Charles Tannenbaum; heard parties,
N. Adelmanr. Plans for the or-
ganization include a dance in Jan-
uary the exact details of which
will be announced in an early is-
sue.


SOC ET

A well attended and extremely
interesting meeting was held by
Junior Hadassah last Monday
night at the Ponce de Leon Hotel.
"J. N. F." night was observed by
several addresses on the purposes
and accomplishments of this im-
portant branch of Zionist activity.
In the absence of Miss Hanna
Mack, J. N. F. chairman, Miss
LeRna Weinkle, president of the
chapter, presided. Plans for the
Turkey Trot dance were discussed
and reports were presented show-
ing that tickets are being sold rap-
idly for this event. An important
meeting of the organization will
be held Monday evening, Novem-
ber 28th, when Rabbi Dr. Jacob
H. Kaplan will give an illustrated
lecture on the Hebrew University


night at which various games were
played and refreshments enjoyed;
and a meeting to be held at the
home of Morris Kronberg, 1345
N. WC. Fifth St., next Wednesday
evening, November 23rd, begin-
rung at 8 P. M., when a mock
trial will be held. Visitors are
welcome at these meetings. A so-
cial hour will follow.

At a meeting of the Junior
Council of Jewish Women held at
the Miami Cfloniall Hotel last
Tuesday evening plans for the next
public bridge to be sponsored by
the organization were announced.
This will be held at the home of
the Misses Florence end Bessie
Besvinick, Mildred Apartments,
Miami Beach, next Wednesday
evening, November' 23rd, beginning
at 8 o'clock. Co-hostesses for the
evening will be the Misses Fay
Sheldon and Anne Abrash.

Friday evening, November 2th1,
the first of a series of Sabbath
dinners will be held at Temple
Israel preceding the Friday night
services. Mrs, P. Scheinberg is
chairman of the committee in
charge of arrangements.

Recently a Jewish Literary and
Dramatics Club was formed here
for the purpose of stimulating in-
terest in things Jewish and par-
tici3~fllil in Ys'ddish -liteicature'-m~d
drama. Shortly a play will be
presented by members of this
company when the famous drama
"Shver Tsau Z~ein a Yid," by Sho-
lom Aleichem, will be presented.

David Seitlin was heard recent-
ly in vocal selections before the
Normi Masonie Lodge, in addition
to playing with the Boys' Har-
monica Band.

The Miami Chapter of Senior
H~adassah will hold its a sual
baked goods and food sale next
Tuesday and Wednesday, Nuveus
ber 22nd and 23rd, when three
stores will be used to promote its
sales. These are located at 8 E.
Flagler St., 104 E. Flagler St.,
and 188 E. Flagler St. ME~rs. Dave
Bogen and Mrs. M~annie Wesson
are in charge and they will be as-
sisted by Mesdames J. Simpson,
Bernice Cohen, L. Zeients, Milton
Weiner, J. Harts, Mary Kleinman,
Alex. Goldstein, Harry Orlin, A.
Orovits and Sam Kats. Part of the
proceeds will be donated to the
Jewish Welfare Bureau. All those
wishing to contribute cakes, or
foods are urged to cal~l Mrq Bo-
gen, Mrs. Wesson or Mrs. Lutz-
ky.

Mrs. Charles Tannenbaum, who
was a patient at the Bolleman
Sanatorium. recently, is now Con-
valeseing at her home in Shenan-
doah.

Mr. and Mrs. William Elman
entertained with a waffle appper
and bridge party at their home,
1842 N. W. Seventh court, 8an-
day night. Present were Mr. and
Mrs. Mi. Jacobskind, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Thomas, Mrs. D. 8. Warachoff,
Miss Ruth Mannis, Miss Lllian
Wucher, Miss Gertrude Bappaport,
William Jacobs, Nat Na~ssbum,
Leon Birsh and Kenneth' Ware-
ihoff.


Mrs. L. Pollock, who underwent
a serious operation at the River-
side Hospital last week, is doing
very nicely. She is a patient of
Dr. Max Pepper.
The next meeting of the Books
in Brief Club will be held next
Monday night, November 28th, at
the home. of Mrs. I. Kotkin, 2496


Grove,


Inagua Avenue, Coconut


IllIIIIIIllulillllIIIIIIII1lIIII1lIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII at Palestine. Following ther busri-
ness session several piano selec.
Around the tions were rendered by Miss Paul-
ine Lasky arid a talk on current
Campusevents was made by Mrs. Goldie
Ellman

MILTON A. FRIED)MAN Mr. S. Kaler of Savannah, Ga.,
unumnunnuminonuninmilignningleague Iwell known as an authority on eco-


when Mrs. David Solomon will re-
view Oscar Wilde's plays. Follow-
ing the review and discussion a
scoial hour will be spent. and re-
freshments will be served.

Peace Day was observed at a
recent meeting of the Junior Coun-
cil of Jewish Women when Miss
Fay Sheldon, in charge of the pro-
gram, presented Harry Goldstein,
la past commander of the Harvey
ISeeds post of the American Le-
gion, who spoke on "Peace." A
musical t.frio .consisting of the
Misses Sylvia and Goldie Miller,
and Millie Dreisen were heard in
a number of war time songs fea-
turing "My Buddy." Mrs. Herbert
T1J. Feibelman, accompanied by
Miss Evelyn Marks at the piano,
was heard in several vocal selee-
tions. A reading, "Peace," was
given by Miss Gladys Blair. The
next meeting of the board of the
organization will be held next
Tuesday evening by the Misses
Miller, 1540 N. -W.-Eighth ~St.

Late Friday night services at
Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami
Beach, will be resumed Friday eve-
ning, November 27th. Plans in-
elude a complete abew program
full details of which will. be an.
nounced in an early issue. Fea.
tures of these services will be a
question box, junior sermonette,
choir singing, Zemiroth, and con-
gregational singing. The Miami
Beach. Jewish Social Set will take
an active part during the tourist
season.


nomic matters, will address ~the
members and friends of the Work-
men's Circle on Friday evening,
November 25th, at the Workmen's
Circle Hall, 701 N. W. Fifth Ave.
The public Is invited. A social
hour will follow the lecture.

Among those who will appear on
the program of the Thanksgiving
Day celebration next Thursday
everting in Bayfront Park will be
Miss Frances Kane in one'of the
dances that have made her pop-
ular

Filled with thrills and true to
the passions and tragedies of every ~
day life is "Two Seconds," in
which Edward G. Robinson stars
at the Tivoli Theatre next Sunday
and Monday. In the role of steel
worker, the picture portrays the
fight ending~ in the death of a co-
worker on the structure because
of nsutin rearks to the cab-
aret dancer who became h bn

srtin toher, hrs r tion tios hi
and her former assoc aes abnso th
final episo ein wi Rbno

coats are out and fires are gomng'
I don't know how it is- in Miami
right now but I venture to say
that it isn't any colder than up
here. As a minor reason, this
will add to the desire to get home
as fast as possible.
The other night the U., put on its
annual Skit 14ight before a huge,
demonstrative and appreciative
audience. Once a- year students
get together and put on a vaude-
ville performance mn theiti own in
imitable way. Prizes are given
for the best skits and the bo~ts
sure work for it. The program
this year inc~luded a Punch and
Judy show that was really re-
markable, black faced comedians,
tap dancers, silhouettes, a matri-
monial bureau, two dance orch s
trash and several toher acts.. Tb
students looked forward to it for
year but it was worth it.ac q
To put on a program suhas
I have fast mentioned takes tmed
effort, skill. Add to this a g o
stage crew and things can de a -
complished. Norman Richard wad
one of the stage assistants an
did a fine job of it. I dare sa
there isn't an activity of any e4.
portance that doesn't have a 11, -
ish boy out for it, and doing we l
too.d.
All things must have an en .
lag man this artlele is no andl
than. I therefore tid you nks-
adies. fll be seeing year The ~


llfolks! Is everybody hap-

don't know why they must
2,but as sure as night follow
there will be examinations.
past week has been one of
tmares to almost everyone on
campus. If I were to believe
psimists I would come to the
lusion that every~ student
din some course. However,
is plain rumor and so must be
with some salt, at least a
leof pounds. Law school stu-
sunlike others, were not re-
edto take ~mid-semester ex-
; they had a gna~l exam in
subject. You know the ex-
son, "Burning the midnight
well, the oil gave out.
ie is built on extrerpes. For
nelast week was one of
x ad desolation, whereas this
kis one of greatest joy. Be-
sigFriday homecoming starts
merry way. Visitors will be
tdto polo games, football,
thFlorida meeting Georgia
hon the gridiron, dances, er-
aimnt of every sort, every-
gto make up a week-end that
leave a lasting .impression,
usnsof visitors, including
parents, dates, distin.
ednotables will be present
naeit an outstanding gala oe.

ovra boys went into Miami
week-end for a brief vaca-
.They certainly had the envy
veyMiami boy at the U. Per-
ayou saw them; if what they
me is true, you couldn't help
see them, for, according to the
7, they painted the town a*
htshade -(you crn~ guess the
r-first .two guesses don't
-i). The lucky boys were Sani
Ikat, Al Kahn, Ray Yunes,
Sumner Barron.
lith the approach of Thanks.
ngnext week there will be a
dy exodus of students from
eville to all points in the
itry.e Miami' will certainly get
shrladvrance intptiton
that every available car go.
in that direction has a ful
.Boy, will it ever feel great
ethome again-and howl Ypou
*, students have only three
oruities to visit their homes
loved ones throughout the
t;these are Thankagiving,
staand the Spring Reoses.
can rest assured that these
are certainly going to; make
most of their chances, so
th ot MIami-hered we comet
WReather up here lartelBy h
nothing to write M yr~C
freezin, and hoW ~P


In the famous eity of Chelm,
where many of the inhabitants are
noted for their lack of acumen, a
typical schlemiehl was wandering
on the main street one day, won-
dering what time it was. A friend
passed, and the schlemiehl, who
knew that this friend. was going
to the doctor, and that the doctor
had a clock, asked the man to in-
quire the time of day from the
doctor and then return with the in-
formation.
"But I have no watch of my
own~," explained the tCricad, "so
hlow can I bring you the time from
the doctor, who lives on3 the other
side of thes town T"
"~Never mind," 9answrered the
schlkomlehl. "Write it down on a
piece of paper, and then bringt it
to me."

Barach-Hoow leag a holiday do
yrou give yearZ Whajt
Suam-A month..
Barach-TPhat leiig t

weeks sd Pa sway two~


Leber: "So you're ai salesman, are
you? What do you~ sell?"
Rouse: ''Salt."
Leber: "F'm a salt seller, too."
Rouse: "Shakel,,

Ainderson---"So your wife even
objected to your new straw had
Do you mean to tell me that she's
the' boss?"
Hilton--"Not the boss--but she
seems to be the straw-boas!"

BEES AND) MEN
The bee never works for; hire
.Nor sells her toil for money;
And yet she never seems to tire,
And finds in la'bors--oney.

Only we whose daily toil
Is sold for coins that glitter,
Work our looms and till our soil,
And find our labor-bitter.

Since Adam ate of the Knowledg~e
Tree,
And man has hired his neighbor,
Man must bastle Ele a bee,
Though sweat, not sweet hids
larbor.


THE JEWISH FlioR DIAN




II I II I


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I


S 0CIETY


this be fact or aiction.
of the aleeties of the day
''I am broke," like the fat
the cartoon. Soelety hut
sense of Zedoko, charityb
which we Jews were
our prophets and sele
prides himself of h
money in Wall Street or
wise in order to dodge
ligations. "Tovich chdto
mingld." The poor man i
ing and the rich man is
This attitude is the most d
tive and the most disastrous
this depression has created.
could be more criminal t
crime sanctioned bF s
What could be more far-u
than a wrong turned into
ion ?
lLet us under tand h
of the Shofar, let us a ain
ber our spirit of sacrifice,
live up to the teachings of
ham and Iesae, let us stop
and condemn all wanton
in the name of ourheia
for the sake of our future.
crate aon~ew fashion da f

tions. "Nothing less than

Thn Sa an il a intoke
and the verdict will be a
New Year,




"gs YEARns IN Md~UIAM~P~o Y~~


West Pahn Beach

Notes


Regular services of Congrega-
tion Beth Israel are held every
Friday night at the Temple on
Broward Avenue with Rabbi, Dr.
Carl N. Herman officiating.

Regular services of Congrega-
tion Beth El are held every Fri-
day night at Moose Hall on Clem-
atis Avenue.

Mrs. Johanna Schloss and
daughter, Selma, have moved to
the Plaza Apartments.

Beth Israel Sisterhood is plan-
ning a dinner and bridge which
will be held at the new Annex of
the Temple on Broward Avenue
on Wednesday, November ~23rd.
Committee in charge is Mrs. D.
Feldman, Mrs. Carl N. Herman,
and Mrs. Gasper.

The B'nai Brith Lodge, 1146,
held its regular meeting Monday
night at 348%A' Clematis Avenue,
dit the president, Joe Lesser, pre-


HDuring this week Dr. Carl N.
Herman sp ke at Palm Beach
Hith School P.-T. A., at the Ro-
oay lb and the Civie Music
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THE JEWISH LRDA


Page Four


School. The heart bleeds to see
this great Jewish generation grow-
in, up in total igoran.. of any.
thing Jewish to the exttent that the
Greek alphabet is more known
than the "Aleph-Beis" to our
youth. You can hear a Jewish
mother say she can't afford it.
Why, times are so hard she had to
discontinue her telephone exten-
sion on her night table, such a
tragedy, how can one spare $8 a
month for the Hebrew School'
This sounds very much like the
story of Hagar and Ishmael which
we read this Yom Tov." And the
water in the bottle was spent and
she cast the child under one of the
shrubs; and she went and sat
down a god way off---for she said:
"Let me not look upon the death

oWhe nchedmoney in the purse Is
spent or diminished, the first
thing to cast off is the Jewish
child. The mother keeps a good
way off so that she may not see
her child dying to her nation. She
turns a deaf ear to the crying
needs of hearl child's Jewisth educa

water he drinks. Very often the
little by or girl will asgohtso pr

brew school like his friends. But
his pleas are ignored or dismissed
with, "We can't afford it."
So this is what we, the people
of the Book, have come to; we,
the aristocracy of the Spirit and
the Intellect ? A long time after
this depression will have been for-
gotten, this depression generation
will be like a thorn in the eye to
our people. Economic depression
passes away but moral depression
leaves a stigma forever. It win be
another shell-shocked generation
wrecking the backbone and the
stamina of the Jew for Heaven
knows how long, and we are the
children of Abraham and of Isaac
instilled with the spirit of self-
sacrifice.`\ Our ideals meant more
to us than our lives. Today they
don't mean even as much as our
telephones.
But the most disheartening and
distressing thing of it all is the
injustice, which is being done ;n
the name of this depression by
people who have not suffered at
all or who suffered very little. It
has become the fashion of the day
to cut. It is a brand new fad. The
poor man is in misery and the rich
man is cutting his contribution,
Orphans' homes and hospitals get
new cases every day from the
ranks of those wPho were really
stricken by months of tunemploy-
ment and the sources of income
of these charitable institutions
who have the really wretched at
heart are losing their support day
by day because it is fashionable to
cut. People are no longer ashamed
to say they can't afford whether


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Prospective students of Beth
Jacob Talmud Torah and Sunday
School may register by calling at
the Synagogue between 3:30 and
6:30 P. M. daily or by phoning
Rabbi Lazarus Axelrod at his
home. The Rabbi is in personal
charge of both the Sunday School
and Talmud Torah.

More than eight tables of bridge
were in play at the bridge party
sponsored by Temple Israel Sis-
terhood last Tuesday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Albin Czech, Mi.
ad' Beach, who was hostess to.
gether with Mesdames H. H. Mil-
ler, Sam Aronovitz and J. Levin.
The door prize was won by Mrs.
Max Ghertler, high score prizes
were won by Mrs. J. Kopplowitz,
Mrs. Ben Shiff and Mrs. Benjamin
Davis and Mrs. A. I. Magid. A de.
licious buffet luncheon was served
during the afternoon. All voted it
to be one of the prettiest affairs
of the seasons *

erAo meetings e~ta BBor hofeG
SocialaSet was heldo'Fuesd n afer

president hRabbi Lazarus Axelroi.

a e lution m ecina o eat Is
funds remaining at the end of the
tourist season be applied towards
the erection of a Community Cen-
ter for Miami Beach. A social
hour followed the business ses-
alon '


Mrs. Morris Rubin will be host-
ess at her home, 1678 8. W. 11th
Street, on Wednesday evening, No
vember 80th, at a book review and
cultural evening under the jomi
auspices of the Hadassah Educa
tional Group and Temple Israel
Library Committee. At this meet-
ing Lion Feuchtwanger's Jeo-
sephus" will be reviewed and will
be followed by a discussion of
"Was Josephus a Traitor ?" A
musical program will be part of
the evening's entertainment. Those
desiring to attend are urged to
call Mrs. Max Dobrin for reser-
vations.

The annual package party of the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congrgention
was held last Sunday night at the
Synagogue. Despite the inelem-
ent weather a large number of
gue ts attended. Cards were played

auctioneer, Mr. Harry Seitlin, be-
~n to sell rh ban dakae thb

ding resulted in quite a tidy sum
being realized. Sandwiches and
coffee were served during the eve-
ning. The proceeds are being used
for the Talmud Torah bemng sup-
ported by the organization. In
charge of arrangements were
Mesdames gm Tangltenbaum,
Louis Pallott, Gertrude Kotkin,
and Charles Feldman.

More than two hundred members
and guesst attended the late Friday
night services at the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation when a
special Armistice Day program was
presented. Congressman J. Mark
Wileox was the guest of honor and
principal speaker. The services
were conducted by Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan~ of the congregation, as-
sisted by Rev. Nathan Wroobel,
who chanted the prayers. The
program began by Rabbi Caplan
offering the invocation. A ser-
mon on "Peace, the Embodiment
of a Jewish Utopia," was then de-
livered by the Rabbi. Congress-
man Wileox then spoke of the
causes that forced the entry of
the United States into the World
War and the objects ought to be
attained by it. The final goal,
that of having eternal peace, could
only be realized if all would have
that as its purpose. A special me-
morial prayer was then chanted by
Cantor Wroobel with the congre-
gation standing. A social hour fol-
lowed at which the entire congre-
gation were the guests of the LI-
dies' Auxiliary.

At the regular weekly recital of
the Mana-Zucca Music Club last
Tuesday afternoon Rabbi Sandor
Wiesel rendered a baritone solo,
"Rachem," which was exception-
ally well received.


Yes, my friends, this is the spirit
sacrifice we claim credit for and

th:is sthe heritage oferAbraham

Far more disastrous is the moral
deressiona han te enisies ohi h

depression. We have lost our
conception of values, wre have lost
aur sense of a rootiton. """'" w
breath of ou ntin estc s
now looked urna on a l existenht
Torah and culture was as india.
pensable to the Jew as is "water
to the survival of the f ish," so well
expressed in the parable of Rabbi
Akibai rnow consinderadsluK
ch~ildren are boing about without
any form of Jewish education, bje-

a mnt t end eehild to Ier


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SotS

Fia iht's services at B'Nai
Fsriae y nig ne begin at 8
'rlaelk, Se nago sermon, "Jewish
Cotiuin to Political Life,"
Contributions hed by Rabbi A. S.
11 inedpreSaturday services at
ei A i Hebe classes daily, 4
9o A M.;M Sruenac School at 10
A. M.

A card party sponsored by Mrs.
A. S rkis pfor the benefit of the
Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid Society
of Congregation Bnai Isalw
be held Sunday evening at the
Temple. -

The Judaic Council meets every
Monday at 8 P. M

The Armistice Service last Fri-
day ni ht was attended by the en-
tire Jwish c immunity, and many

Extra seats had to be provided to
acconunodate all te speeo le A

the excellent rendition of the rit-
ual by the famous Cantor Louis
Hayman of Miami, who paid a
friendly visit to Rabbi A. S. Klein-
feld. Cantor Hayman was more
than an inspiration to all ,who
heard him. It was indeed a treat
long to be remembered. Rabbi
Kleinfeld spoke on the "Conflict
of Nations," and discussed every
angle to a logical, permanent and
lasting peace.

The Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid
Society met Tuesday at which time
they made plans for the winter's
activities.

'CUT MY MEMBERSHIP"

(Continued from page 1)
of the accursed word "depression."
Poor man; he was hit so hard*
He can't buy a pleasure car this
year. He has to go out riding on
Sunday in his business car. His
wife will have to remodel her old
fur coat, can't afford a new one
this year. For the first time in
many years they had to spend such
a dull summer in Atlantic City in-
stead of going to Europe. Wha1t
a pity! How can one belong to a
synagogue or to a Zionist Organi.
nation, or to an Associated Chari-
ties, or to a "Y," in such terrible
times ? Besides one has poor rel.
atives here and abroad. They fur.
nish a good alibi. Just like the
man who was approached to do-
nate to a home for the aged, he
replied that he had an old father.
When he was told that his own
father was without bread he said:
"That's what I said. I have an
old father and if I don't su port
him how do you expect me to sup
port your home for the aged ?,,"