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The Jewish Floridian ( December 23, 1932 )

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The Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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December 23, 1932
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 23, 1932
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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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).

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
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AA00010090:00199

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Preceded by:
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SGod for the Lwmig


A Od fOr the Dead


(Continued from Last Week)
in the presence of the Lord thy
God; and thou' shalt rejoice, thou
and thy household, and the ]Levite
that will be in thy gates. (Deatr.
14:25, 26.)
There are many other striking
instances to impress us and con-
vince as that our religion, as it is
commonly termed Judarism~, is a
faith for the living, not for the

Yet, when we closely watch the
religious course of our people, to
note what part of Jardaism they
still keep and slcrupalously ob-
serve, and what parts of Judaism
is eliminated and discarded, un-
heede'd, we are astonished to see
the following: That the cardinal,
basic and important command-
ments and precepts are abused, un-
heeded, lopped off and almost for-
gotten
But customs of doubtful origin,
ideas and ceremonies that are not
mentioned in our Torah but be-
cause they pertain to the dead,
those are devotedly, reverently
.and minutely observed.
And noting how our American
Jewish fellows are strictly mind-
ful of the ordinances and customs


ing the livmig, oine mj~ayj safely say
that Judaism is for the dead, not
t lvng gan thet itn some con'-
daism would be dead; and that
Judaism owes its existence to the
dead: they, thy departed, died that
Judaism may live.
Here are some of the striking in-
stances:
(1) While visiting a certain lo-
cality in the West Side of New
York on a week day I: entered a
synagogue and was greatly sur-
pristd to find there a large audi-
ence of worshippers; I thought: Lo
Almon Yisroel; look in the West
Side, among Yahudim, on a week
da y, and so many come to services,
fine, wonderful .. .
But, lo, after the prayer 01eynu,
at Kadish, all the vast gathering
instantly, magle like, stood up,
opened widely their mouths, and
loudly roared out, in the broad
manner: "Yis-ga-'Sal, V'Yis-da'
dash, Sh'mei, Raboh," etc.
The walls of the synagogue
quaked, the window panes rattled
at the loud roaring of the K~adislh,
the chandeliers swung; it looked
as though .the loud votees of the
Kadish had stirred even the dead;
the graves opened and resurree-
tion has come. .
The Kadish was over, the
mourners left the synagogue; the
Shames has put out the lights; all
left; and all was quiet, dead; no
resurrection.
And I was convinced that it was
not the active, living spirit of Ju-
daism that had brought the vast
gathering on a week day to the
shul: no nothing and nobody has
such a power to do or influence it


It is only the dead that can per-
form such a miracle.
That only customs pertaining to
the. dead aire beiht carefully 'ob-
served, not the happy, living Juda.
-- '
(Continuedi on Page 4)


Chan ka lay ein le emoral nnua Su perAnnouncem entsl
To Be Given 1Meeting Is Held Is Huge SuccerssI -
---MIAMI JEWYISH ORTHODOX
Wednesday evening, December In the presence of several hun- One of the prettiest affairs o~f CONGREGATION
28, at 8 :30 o'clock, a Chanuka dred of the members of the He- the current season was the annual (Orthodox)
program will be presented by the brew Athletic Club and friends ot~f Chanuka suppe sponsoared by the 1558 .TidSre
Beth Jacob Talmud Torah and Sun-I the 'Weinkle family, special me- Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami JONAH E. CAPLAN, Rabbi
day school at the' elementary morial services in honor of the late Jewish Orthodox Congregation last The usual Friday evening serv-
school auditorium, Washington Ernest Weinkle were held last Sunday night at the Synagogue of ices begin at 5:30 with the kindling
Avenue at Fourteenth Street, Mi- i.Wlednesday night at the Club Com- 'the Congregation. Gathered of the Chanuka lights. The late
ami Beach, when a program in- munity Centre. around long tables were more than services begin at 8:15, when the
eluding the following will be The meeting was opened with 150 guests, including a large num- rabbi will preach a Chanuka ser-
Lhown: A miniature servid~e with t~he chanting of the "Haskoro" by ber of tourists. The banquet was1 man on "Peace and Contentment
sermonette, lighting of the can-i Cantor Boris Schlachman. A feel- opened with introductory remarks, Incompatible With Progress." The
tiles, responsive readings, congre- ing address by Rabbi Max Shapiro, by the toastmaster, who presented usual chanting and congregational
national singing, Chanukah songs, of Beth David Congregation, fol*l Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, of the Con- singing will be enjoyed. A social
benediction and Hatik~iah. Par- lowed. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, of gregation, to say "grace." Among hour will follow. Saturday morn-
ticipants are Rabbi, Sidney Besvi- the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con- those making addresses during the ing services begin at 9 o'clock
nick; cantor, Leon Levine; leader gregation, then in a stirring ad- evening were Mrs. Ida Buckstein, with Mincha at 4:30, followed by
of choir, Irving Goldstein. dress talked of the qualities of the president of the Ladies' Auxiliary; the Shalosh Saudah and Maariv.
Recitations by Eilleen Cohen, deceased and the services rendered Nathan Adelman, past president at Daily Minyan is held at 8:30 a. m.
June Rose Toursh, Mildred lby him to the club and the gen- the Synagogue; Milton Weiner,
Schwartz, Rose Blank and Shirley eral community. The Jewish Flor- president of the Congregation, and CONGREGATION BETHf JACOH
Klein will be heard. idian Trophy, a beautiful silver Rabbi Caplan, who made a stir- (Orthodox)
A play, "The New Hope," a` fan.- loving cup for general excellence ring address in Yiddish. on the ler- 311 Washington Avenue
tasy prepared by Rabbi Axelrod, and faithful service to the Hebrew sions to be drawn by present day Miami Bearch ,
will be shown, including a dream Athletic Club, was awarded to the Jewry from the story of Chanuka. L. AXELROD, Habbi I
by Israel, with eight angels and late Erme Wemnkle by the awards I~Benshen was sold and was pur-
twelve children, depicting present sellcommittee and will be placed in chased by Mr. Joseph Shonfield, Beth Jacob services begin at
day Jewish life. Star parts are: the Community Centre as a per la long-time resident of Miami. Fol- 5:30, followed by the late Friday
Israel, Esther Levy; Hope, Semon petual memorial to him. The cup lowing the benshen, colored slides evening services at 8:30, when the
Rheim. Other characters include Iwas suitably engraved. Rabbi Max telling the entire story of Chanu- rabbi will preach on "The School
Stanley Wemnkle, Melvin Wolkow. Shapiro made the closing prayer ka were thrown on a screen andofAvriy"ahnuhsemn
sky, Bernard Abbott, Allan Rose, and the meeting was adjourned. a lecture given by Rabbi Caplan as Cnor BovrisSchla chman will leado
Martha Neham, Gladys Marcus, Murray Grossman, president of the i each slide was shown. Much a-i h hnigadcnrgtoa
Jean Weinberg and Leonard Mer- club, wh'o presided, at the opening Iplause greeted the showing Bof siin ng.e Shatudymring an Jog e w-ioa
lin. Mistress of ceremonies will of the meeting spoke briefly and these slides, which were given ish discourse, "Is Revenge Sym-
be Miss Marion Blank. expressed the sentiments of the or- through the courtesy of the Jewisl bolic of the Torah?" will be
Musical selections and otherI ganization. Welfare Board. The use of their preached by the rabbi.
features of entertainment will be Ernest Weinkle, who died sud- projection machine was made pos-
given. Admission free. Rabbi Ax- denly last week while engaged ijn sible through the courtesy of Rab- COIYCREGAT~ION BIETH DAVID
elrod is in charge. a- liake Zili;~i a' nienber of~ l~if RJacob 'IT. Kaip11ii i~of 'Temple' (Conservative)
Ithe Hebrew Athletic Club t~samu, Israel. In charge of arrangements 10NW hrdAeu
*i was 24 years old, and the son of of the supper, which netted a large 18 N.x W.haird, BAveue
Radio Synagogue Mr.: and Mrs. Louis Weinkle, ac- sum for the Talmud Torah fund, MaShprRb.
Celebrates Event ;,fe i" lo;e communa nie. E-va a com itee headed by Mrs./ Special Chanuka services will be
Fla., and then moved with his fam- j sisted by Mesdames M~orris Rap- h aneld tonigh Hyat :1 oclockn ith
Last Sunday morning the Radio ily to Atlanta, Ga. He attended lipaport, Morris Kotkin, Charles Cno oi amncatn h
Synagog of America celebrated its public school and Atlanta Tech Tannenbaum, Max Kupferstein, srie n ietn h hi
firs anivesar oftheiniialthen attended Cass Tech at Detroit, Sam Tannenbaum, Milton Weiner,ancoretinlmg .Rbb
broadcast over Station WIOD with Mich. Some years ago he came to IJ. L. Shochet, Moe Harris, Al MxSaiowl rahaCau
a~ special one-hour program from M miwthifmiy ndwsHrhadM.Tae; ess.ka sermon, "The Struggle for an
10 to 11 in the morning. The pro- nggdithgrerbuiesaMlonWnrH 11.DethIdeal." A social hour will follow.
gram was conducted by Rabbi S. a member of the Weinkle Stores Sam Futterfass, Charles Feldman, Saturday morning services begin
M. Machtei, its founder and direc- firm. Services were held last Fri- Max Rappaport and Ida Buck- at 8:30 o'clock.
tor. Guest speakers were the Rev. day at the Milsted Funeral Home stein.
J. L. White, of the First Baptist and at the Beth David plot of the TML SALO IM
Church in Miami, and Mr. Gabriel Ct eeey ihRbiMx* (Reform )
F. Newburger, who represented Shapiro, of Beth David, officiat- A t ctv P rss DR17AN.OE ntAmthAN r abih)
the City of Coral Gables. Messages ing. Several hundred attended the *31 At Do nrc mevie *tMaisReomJ
were read froin Mayor Va funeral services and included Can- ish Congregation begin at 8:15
Cleary, of Miami Beach, and Mr. tor Schlachman, who recited the adwl etr h idigo
Jesse H. Jay, president of WIOD "Hazkoro" at the grave; Rabbi L. 1 a gehun olwr have wilfauethe Chaukalights Rab K
Broadcasting Company. Cantors IAxelrod, of Beth Jacob; Rabbi Jon- been ,wondering about the large lan will preach on "Has Religion
Louis Hayman and Nathan Wroo- ah E. Caplan, of the Miami Jewish Iprices going up on the pay-off Today Anything to Fight For?" or
hel chanted and were accompanied Orthodon Congregation, and Rabbi board out at the West Flagler "The Form, Substance and Philoso-
at the piano by Mr. Earl Barr Han- S. 1M. Machtei, of the Radio Syna- Kennel Club. A roar goes up fromphofRlin. Asoilou
son, musical. director of WIOD. gfog. He leaves surviving him his the grandstand every time some of will follow. The public is invited
Rabbi Machtei received many tele- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wein- those box car figures are posted, to attend.
grams and letters of congratula- kle; a sister, Lena Weinkle, presi- and those roars have been coming
tions from Jewish and non-Jewish dent of Junior Hadassah; Dr. Bar- often during the meeting now in Ifc hcfact which is largely responsible
listeners in Florida, Nassau and ney Weinkle, Sol, Carl and Aaron Iprogress at the fine plant out on for crowds at the mutuel windows
Cuba. IWeinkle, of Miami; Jacob, of At- WVest Flagler Street being oper- each night.
~-~-------lanta, and Dr. I. Weinkle, of New ated by Carson Bradford and Joe Several match races will be pre-
*ids la York City. Adarms. sented during the holiday season
Y~ddis PlayThere must be some reason for as a Christmas gift from the West
T0 Be Shownll~m *c the h ihfigures being paid on Flagler management to the grey-
Wham Bea h .quilielas, daily doubles, and on the Ihound racing fans. These events
Next Mond *vnnDcme E e t fii l straight, place and show tickets always have been well received and
NextMonay venng, eceber Elets fficalsas ell Thereaon s wll-tend to give fans a line on possi-
26, loeal theater patrons will be matched races, races in which no ble derby contenders.
treated to a well-balanced anid Frn atetnewselce dog is established as a prohibitive Ladies' night is proving popular
presentation of a play in tic Club mraor of Miami Bea wat last favorite. Racing Secretary Bill) again this season and will be con-
The Mrairamio Jeish Drama he Civ- Tuesday's election, which brought Rice has been drawing his events Itinued through the year. On Mon-
an orgniatir ovmnt si ilar toltf h out one of the largest votes in the well this year, as in the past and day and Friday nights all women
ie heaer ovmen, w bu a istry f hisbeatifl eac ciy.the result is close finishes and are admitted upon payment of
the east containing a numbe e~Ohsoyo hsbeuiu ec i
H,,, df~ td V l CClar fa. large prices. When several dogs state tax. On those nights the 10


hav ha cosidrabe sagetrin' Miam BCeach's most V poplarJ ofi-g to the post, each taking a large Icents service charge is absorbed
itng. The "Zushterte Chasono, a ials, aferan' excepionuall active share of the fans' hopes with him, by the track management. Platis
Yiddish play in four acts epic ing ciamp frain. Wicth Malyo Kactze- the winner must pay off at nicealohvbenaonetooda
life in the Ghetto of the g eawtieerchsnivconlmn odds. Fans are now learning the aseriaes ofe spe ucial t orgaggai
melt ingpo ofl the wo entd, .ei who will fill expired terms. John ability of new dogs racing here nights. such H* t9.~e one ~~riseentg
Yok it, il e reene egnthis season and are blearnin of when me-' *,lt;PPh. g
rvrn u~~t -- --~(iContinue~d on Page 6) the condition of old favorites, -a Soc~ietl v t sqrof~poO


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Friday, December 28, 1982


Gathered on the beautiful lawn
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a a Iond arty tendered by jhier partent
A vr neetn etn trsaowt fr al super iece of the s beutfulse tra ble
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as peietwsacp ithln ume fyerilaai MR.OSGLDTI ecuhtwesvddrnghe

The rsignaion ws subitte be- riend onceagain B er, H rvsey Eiesrow ofe Hatrt-
causer of thre ti h eeath n of l M rs *esn *it Allm mebr ndfins r od Cn. onaFlmaRc-
Simpson.~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ic Mrs I.e Leifrtvc h nuldnc fteLde'ugdt ten pca etn r edan, Eleny et Fttberf
president, under the rules of th e Auxiliary of i the Mim e wiho teLdis uxlay f teDai utkMatnGoda,
orgaizaion beame presden, Othoox ongrgaton ill be es1 Goldberhg, Ros dalyn Green-
an Ms Hear Bry a Is acs, seod vice hedin ato the b heautif l. bal roo ofMai eih rhdo ogrg-b rie Lous gand Florenclaed Harri

first vieporesdnt. Tuies he va ancy da evtening, Jnuar 25 being be 7 hnipotn uiesanPrdedi ng er, Ron ieallott, Bil-
of secatond vc president ilb ig a 'lc. Arne et ilb transacted. li ie. JcbG ldeg h a e R tiub tin, Rosmu d Ruion, Phyl-
feid ater. Plan fors thei annual inlue a ne telabortel cst fof an l s Roethal, Joye a ndth Ma rge. A
cas reity bal of s th pe d ora izti on, tirtainment, who will help nia M S All liners D in enrling i Roe ar nP rlSp oF d-
reports~~~~~~ ~c ofrs the commttee andin ot-teeein nottndn n n
ke rtlswegret hfeard Asocial h our ben o c hal g ht ory h alwl be nge en s Bnweth Dav eChi Rsaureaskdto cik~eMref ab SG
folloed th e business sesin pcal dortdfr the event~wl bapply at thcm isI~ O e Snag og Saon M day an aine Rimonr BoeDr
and will have booths symbolic of ndd Thusda nights at8o'lckpro, Hopvey Tnnenbaum, Barbara
cause~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ hf ch l eiho r, l ebr n fied Wresson, Har.; olda Weinerg, Lila
Aimson we go topessn, Emunavc h e v ari u a Jeihande Forid senLdes. orge c oi r era.Soyand Mipcalmeig ad F ldraEeed Zalk ea. '
Chpre etr,.E, under the r le ad o Th e committee of arrangements ish *f *h *ais Axla o hlvi uzy rt G dm
i fMi B hM dl hel ad d h b euil Malro Jf Leg ioi Shd hlrne a


.ab a. If Maeki lond

rah or Christmas Tree?" In adi
tion to the sermon there will be
music, prayers and a qluestion box,
Next Sunday evening, Decemni
25, at 6:30 o'clock, the annual
birthday celebration of Rabbi 1)r
Jacob H. Kaplan will be observe
with a dinner tendered him bl
Temple Israel Sisterhood. Mr,,
Adolph Wertheimer is chairman
Sof the arrangements committee in
charge of the arrangements. Mrs
Bertha B. Levy will be in charge
of a special children's table. Aftal
dinner a Chanuka play will b
presented by the members of the
Temple Sunday school, under the
direction of Mrs. Frank Perlman,
of the Sunday school teachers
staff.* Day J. Apte, president of
Temple Israel, will be toastmaster
and introduce the speakers of th
evening. Various musical numbers
will be presented during the even.
ing. Members and friends are in.
vited to attend and should mael
reservations by calling Mrs
Adolph W1erthheimer, Mrs. Harry
Nevins or Mrs. Bert Reisner.

Cantor Louis Hayman is directo-
of the Beth David Choir, now con.
sisting of Mesdames Charles Mark.
owitz, E. Friedman, A. Dublin, W.
Weintraub, William Friedman safl
the Misses Rosalind Bader anot
Rosalind Daum. Choir practice it
held twice weekly.

Beth David Sunday school meets
regularly every Sunday morningat~
10 o'clock. The Beth David His.
tory group meets ever Tuesday~
evening at 8:30 o'clock.


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MaHt. 1se a to 11 w i
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The first of a series of benefit
card parties was held by Bet~h
Jacob Sisterhood of Miami Beach
last Sunday night at the Sea
1Breeze Hotel. Hostesses for the
evening were Mrs. Frank Becker,
Mrs. Sam Black, Mrs.. Harry Sil-
verman and Mrs. Harry Kerzin.
More than 100 guests attended. In-
dividual prizes were awarded to
the winner of high scores at each
table. During the evening deli-
cious refreshments were served.

The boys of the Miami Jewish
Orthod ox Congregation Talmud
boal heecently organiise~d ea ble
lenges for a series of games to be
played. Bernard Serkin is captam
of the team. Full details of the
hirst game will be announced
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ers p o ss er a en eson, I e e y rs. ous oc et
is having their last meeting of the and Mrs. Louis Pallott. The heads
season. Reports of the various I of the various committees ap-
chairmen will be read, of which a peered in our last issue. Tickets
full report will be announced in our for this affair are now being dis-
next issue. I tribute, and from present indi-


MrIs. Mn. Traeger was host~ess last
STuesday night at one of the reg-
ular card parties sponsored for the
benefit of the Ladies' Auxiliary of
Ithe Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-

M. Frank was the winner of the
.door prize. At a late hour refresh-
iments were served.

Nxt Sudymornn secia


cations it is expected to be a ban-
ner one in the history of the or-
ganization.
*
The dance of the Hebrew Athlet-
ic Club for next Monday evening


*
Plans are now being made for
what promises to be an outstand-
ing New Y'ear's eve celebration at
the Nemo Hotel, Miami Beach, ae-
cording to an announcement made


by Jacob Goldberg, who is in has been postponed because of the be givoen- naunde th upcese~a~o charge. A program of entertain- tragic death of one of its most Lad ives Auxiliryo the Miamice o h
ment, dancing and other noveltyt faithful members, the late Ernie J~dewsh Ouirthoox CongegMatioat
stunts will be presented during the Wemnkle. This action was taken t eihe Syna dogu to the memersof a
evening. Reservations are now as a token of respect and appre- th yaou otemmeso
being taken. ciation for the faithful work ren- the Sunday school and Talmud

Regular school program will bedaetre Mr Weinke ganzaio byte hecit Seeal tchh child In wl
dispnse wih Sudaymoring t ** *be presented with special Chanuka
Temple Israel,~ when a Chanuka Mrs. Rose Goldstein, formerly "dreidlach" made in Palestine and
celebration will be presented for of the G. & R. Kosher Restaurant fashioned of olive wood. Bags of
the benefit of the Ichildren of the in, Mia, and well known restau- candy and a toy will be given each
religious school under the super. rateut* of this section, will, togeth-ohtekcldrn LatSdya
vision of Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kap- er with her son-in-law, Lawrence Canu a lecture was delivered to
lan. The beautiful Chanuka Men- Gilbert, reopen their restaurant at the children, with illustrated slides
orah will be decked with gifts of 645 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, being s own. Chanukst candles
special symbolic Chanuka candies today. Thoroughly renovated, ev- eepeetdtoec hl u-
to each child on behalf of the Tem- erything has again been placed on igtewe.
ple Sisterhood. A play, "The Pic. a strictly kosher basis and only ***
tures Out of the Past," will be meat dishes will be served, a~ll Mrs. Rebecca Yunes, well-known
presented under the direction of Idairy foods being banned. The communal worker, was recently re-
Mrs. Frank Perlman, with Doro- kitchen and all cooking will be un- elected chairwoman of the house
thy Levine, Josephine Levine, Edna der the personal supervision of committee of the Hebrew Friendly
Leibovitt, Millicent Roth, Arnold IMrs. Annie Weinberg, mother ,f Inn, and has appointed the follow-
Laven, Mashat Harris and Burton Mhrs. Goldstein, to insure strict ling as her co-workers: Mrs. Lef-
Cohen in the cast. Classes 1, 2 observance of all dietary laws. A is Brown, Mrs. Barney Weinkle,
and 3 will be heard in recitations speelal Chanuka dinner 'will be Ms a ln, r.J nlr
appropriate to the holiday, a read. served the opening day as well as IMrs. L. Axelrod, Mrs. L. Weinkle,
ing will be given by Grace Berg, a on Saturday, Sunday and Monday IMr. Manuel Rippa, Mr. L. Abrams,
piano selection by Ruth Wolkow. coming. Arrangements are being Mr. H. M. Drevitch and Mr. Max
sky and selections by the school made to observe New Year's eve, Feit. The Hebrew Friendly Inn is
orchestra. The Chanuka candles when a special dinner will be located at 452 Southwest Second
will be lit with a ceremony in served. At the opening today spe-j Street, Miami, arid is now being
which eight of the Sunday school cial entertainment has been ar- furnished. The following articles
pupils will each recite a verse and r Ianged. are badly needed and the commit-
then light a candle. This is an tee would greatly appreciate dona-
annual event of the Sunday school. Junior Hadassah invites all its tions of same: Chairs, curtains,


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At night the play wli again be
presented during the birthday din-
ner tendered for Rabbi Kaplan.

Next Sunday evening the Nemo
Hotel at Miami Beach will again
formally open for the 1933 win-


members and friends to attend a win
dow shades, porch furniture,
meeting of the organization Mon- pillows, blankets, spreads, etc.
day evening, December 26, at Kap- Anyone calling 2-6404, 2-7337,
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27, at 2 p. m., promises to be one
of the social successes of the cur-

:Irent season. A musical, program
isbeing carrefangekid and refes-

one interested in Hadassah is cor-
dially invited to attend.

New York show girls are to be
employed as barmaid in a Broad-
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(beaten) and slowly .poor, in -the
sour milk until smooth. Beat tbor-
oughly as you add the melted but-
ter. Pour tablespoontal portions
on hot griddle or hot greased pan.
When one side is brown, turn and
brown reverse side. Serve hot with .
powdered sugar, cinnamon and i'
sugar, or mapel syrup.


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it and let stand for several hours.
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Friday, December 23, 1932
Vol. 5. No. 51*



Around the

Campus


By MILTON A. FRIEDMAN

Hello, folks! Is everybody?

Never were truer words spoken
byman than "There is no place
liehome." There are many, mrany
faiistoday filled with happi-
nesas their sons have returned
for the Christmas vacation. The
brsare again singing from their
prhes and a complacent sky
looks smilingly down on the scene
belowr. It brings to my mind the
orsof the song, "Going Home."

"Work all done, care laid by,
wine to fear no more
Mother a there 'spectin' me, fath-
er's waiting, too;
Lots of folks gathered there, all
the friends I knew.,,

This past week was a nightmare
to most of us as far a8s a 8 s
were concerned. It was impossri-
to get one's mind down to
erhwhen it was gazing unsee-
ingly into the blue above, dream-
ngof the time soon to come when
e edtha te em o d 7- ~s
Somehow the day did p~s
orlef learly,Usome sta ed over
othe ForidU C L. game.
e thoe who didn't stay, and all
s terested here isr a brief ?


- -******< o superstition, look upon some of
"Ask nd YeShallthe beliefs and practices of Chris-
"Ask nd Y Shallj ianity with considerable suspicion,
99ra This and the other factors render
the task of converting them to
~S~~Sgg~i~SG;~C~ iChristilanity extremely difficult.
Q.-The number of Christian Sensi e Christians rearlize that
missions to the Jews, especially In teJw oss eiinwih
this country is gradually deereas-hswthodtetetotiend
mng. Is this due to an allegedly sustained them far more in its
growing dislike of the Jews on the truly progressive and really con-
part of good Christians or is it the servative interpretation, in all gen-
result of failure on the part of rations. Why waste material
the missionaries to gain Jewish means and physical efforts in a
converts to Christianity? Your ftl ak
vew of this matter will be appre- Q.Hvn coearsrer-

A.-It is indeed remarkable to ences to "Rosinkes mit Mandlen,"
find nowadays that within the land having heard the song a great
Christian church there are many many times of late, I am interest-
people who, while showing a keen ed in knowing something concern-
and enthusiastic interest in the ing its composer and the date of
Christian foreign mission activities composition. My father recalls
manifest an open and frankly hos- having heard the song crooned to
tile attitude to the so-called Chris- him in Russia years ago, but be-
tian missions to the Jews. Why? lives that it could hardly be more
There are more than one reason than fifty years old, written, as
for this attitude. First of all, he says, by Goldfaden in the hey-
Judaism, the religion of the Jew- daY of the thespian, Adler. On
ish people being monotheistic in the other hand, Louis Golding
character and virtually free of pai- (who has "und" instead of "mit"),
gan elements, it is obviously some!- usually accurate in his facts, says,
what presumptions for Christian in ''Magnolia Street," that the old
missionaries to endeavor to win ohr re mbedtir ld
converts from that faith for a re- mothers telling them about hav-
ligion manifestly not free from ing heard the song in their own
imperfections. Considering this childhood. I should appreciate
the Christian missionary to Jews your opinion in the matter.
finds his task beset with obvious A.-"Rozhinkes mit Mandlen" is
difficulties and is therefore con- a8 popular song in Abraham Gold.
fronted with its apparent hope- fraden's operetta, "Shulamith." For
lessness. Jews are most tenacious the refrain of that song Goldfaden
of their historic religion. Dis- adopted the most popular Yiddish
persed in all lands of the world, cradle song, the author of which
harassed, proscribed and perser- remains anonymous. The date
cuted, the Jews have clung to the of its authorship is likewise
Faith of their Fathers. This in shrouded in uncertainty. Likre most
itself constitutes one of the most Y.ddish folk songs relating to the
amazing facts of history. family life it was probably com-
The Jews, regarding their God- posed by a woman. The song is
idea as the negation of all forms extant in many variations. Jew-
lish mothers in all countries where
~-~r~ )Yiddish is employed as their ver.
in general completed the few hours nacular employ their cradle song
left ill awn*to lull their infant sons to sleep.
Saturday's program opened with It is a song which possesses all the
a parade of beautiful floats, after subtle touches that escape defini.
which came the climaxing event, tion, but flavor the people's song.
the game. Before a splendid turn- The fanciful imaginings of the
out of approximately 22,000 visi- Jewish mother singing her child
tors and students Florida came to to sleep, include many real hopes.
its fall power, which had been lat- The child is told of the ideal of
ent all season, to defeat, 12-2, the Ihis future occupation, which is
more highly touted Uclans from commerce, he is spurred on to Tor.
the now cold country of Califor- ah, which is learning, chiefly rei.
nia. As truly fitting climaxc to a gious, and he is reminded that he
football season. must remain a godd and pious Jew.
As an anti-climax, another fine IThe English translation given here
dance was given during the even- is reproduced from that excellent
ing. Then came the dawn and the I"Introduction of Jewish Mlusic," by
cavalcade raced toward home. It IA. Irma Cohon, New York: Council
has been rumored that the Rose of Jewish Wromen, 1928, p. 141:


old ron ettl, ad on medum- Cottage Ch~ees Pie
olzd irio ktl, micad one medium- Pie Paste--Four tbsps. aborten-
brzon onin, rnaiaced. Fry rgold ing, two egg yolks, two tbsps. lem-
chicken in the fat and when nicely on juice, one-half tbsp. salt, ones
browned, add paprika to taste and half cup sifted flour, thre tbaps;.


i rrt~, ne~s. a~m doqr
Cream shortening. Add yofklks
juice, water, then add dry ingredi-
ents. Pat dough with finger tips,.~
on to pan.
Filling--One and one-half .cups
cottage cheese, two tbsps. flour;
one-fourth tsp. salt, two tbsps.
cream, three egg yolks and whites `
(beaten separately), three-fourths
cup sugar, one tbsp. melted butter,
one tbsp. lemon juice, one and one-
half tsps. grated lemon rind, one-
fourth lb. almonds, one-fourth eup
currants.
Mix cheese, salt, flour and
cream. To yolks add sugar, but-
ter, lemon juice and currants. Add
to mixture. Fold in beaten whites
of egg. Sprinkle with almonds.
Bake in slow oven.

CH'BIN A REDNER

Ch'bin a redner, ch'ab a piskel
Und ich spitch mir liberal
Ch'bin a redner, a bal darshan
In dem yiddeshen K~wartail

Vu a mitting, a "resepshun"
Zu a yom-tov, tzu a bal,
Tzu a conference, a pik-nikr,
Un bei yeden, yeden fal-
Bin ich der redner van Kwtartal.'

Shtei ich fertig out di breter'

Urin ni wa sn r katze e er,
Und ich darshen ~far'n Klall
O. ich bin doch der bal, darshan
In! dem yiddeshen kwartal,

Vilt ihr Torah, vilt ihr chochma
S'flist mein wissenshaft a kwal
Vilt ihr lakrets an kibbeh
Vilt ihr honig, vilt ihr gall .
Vilt ihr, tanz ich kosher-tentzrle'
Vi)Y ihr, bin ich radikal---
Alles krist ihr, den ich bin ~doch ~
A bal darshan in kwartal,

Vu a merchats, Vu a klesisel .
Ergetz-vu a chasir-shtall
Ergets effent zich ~a mikveh
Dorten hert zich mein gepral.-
Un ich pirche and ich klekel--
Ch'bin a redner in kwaurtl,


nig"?~

Abbi di mis es bpl'is 1 dfe
Un es hilcht der gantzer saalr--
D~en ich bin doch a bal darshan
In de myiddeshen kwartal.

In the good old days, remarks a
western editor, if a boy had 25
cents, 'he6 was lucky and sartia-


boiling water to cover, and let
simmer one hour.
Sonk one cup of rice in cold
water, drain, add the fried onion
and one teaspoon of salt and grad-
nally three cups of chicken broth,
more if necessary. When nearly
done add the chicken and famisk
coking in a slow oven, one-half
hour. .

Chicken a la Itakienne
Cut the .remains of cold chicken
(or turkey) into pieces about an
inch long and marinate them in a
bowl containing one tablespoon ,f
olive oil, one teaspoon of tarragon
vinegar or lemon juice,.a few drops
of onion juice, salt and pepper. At
the end of half an hour sprinkle
with finely chopped parsley, dip
them in fritter batter, and try in
boiling fat. Drain on a brown pa-
pers, and serve with or without
tomato or brown sauce.
In some part of Italy this dish
is made of several kinds of coid
meats, poultry, brains, etc. (the
greater the variety the better),
served on the same platter, and in
Spain all kinds of cold vegetables
are fried in batter and served to-
gether*

Sour Milk Latkes
One and one-half cups sour milk,
two cups flour, four~ taps. baking
powder, one egg, one tsp. salt, two
tsps. melted butter.
Sift the flour, salt and baking

Jews who have embraced Chris-
tianity and then assumed the
"duty" of persuading their fellow.
Jews to follow their footsteps by
taking the step which they them-
salves have taken. They claimn
and endeavor to convince credulous
Christians that the appeal of Jew
to Jew is more likely to be effee-
tive than the appeal of Christians
to Jews. They maintain that if
definite and striking progress in
the venture is to be made, it is
more likely to be by this means
than by any other.

Q.-How many editions of the
"Self-Interpreting Bible" appeared
and what are their dates

A.-John Brons "Self-Inrter-
preting Bible" was published in
Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1778 in
two volumes. The book at once ac-
quired a popularity, which among
a large class, it has never lost. An
edition wa~s :published in London
in 1791. No information seems


;o its laur-
and events
rivals.
d so these
!ntous and
rlegated t

ot one see.
Long live
reign for.

That pre.
;me say a
!wdry to
dpr s~on,
tells. ru, a
And what
hole. And i
ing. Then
nothing.


~~`~e~'~~;;e~',~e~-en hghigtsBowl had better look t
s'rought to me by my reporter. esh owe, we are indeed
.1 night the streets of Gaines- fhwd east inde
eand the campus and buildings (, This age is at n

t he uni erait~y ere in holialvns lhog s db
taeas nr fn that aeewod reul here and
le far as one could see; bright thtwe ar heeadn
i rcdva e scored highhts -lyed ond shall y0t wapness

hreax pon epowerfad are light ever.adtoheelig
rehtecuref the autyeri vails within up now, let
adigs. All in all, a truly im- word of hope forte ea
ornai sight. Topping it off a comes th~ner diioary
to a was held, Joe E.fr, aste de~intr 1
ron he of the mammoth eave) Idepression is a nt
chairman of the committee is a dentl ? hednt sotah
co the queen. Fireworks, what iB oe oh
brn~~ oseC a tkhat we fear


"Under baby's cradle
Stands a golden kid.
The kid goes to market
T~o deal in raisins and almonds.
That 141ll your business. ~
And will write scrolls,
.: nd will be a good and pious Jew.
Sleep, my child, sleep.

Q.-What sort of an organiza-
tion is the International Hebrew
tphristian Alliance!
S: A.-Thh international Rebrew-
Christian Alliance was organized
several years ago. Its object is
primarily to further the work of
Christian missions to the 'Jews,
The Alliance is an association. of


.to be available as to how many fied and had a good time.. A young
editions there have been with their man with 25 cents wouldn't geF
dates. An edition by the Rev. anywhere now." He wouldn't get
John Barr, with the assistane of very far, at any rate, before his
the author's son and grandson, was dad would ask him for the 25 cents
published in London in 1888. las a loan.


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By RA%$1d LAE~IktBTS ARl~ta;OD )

(Continued from last week.)
"If a congrlegation does hot ac.
tuallg need a rabbi," (continue
Rabbi Jsacb Frneedman in hiis
thought pfirovoking8 aticl "nor
even, as la matter of fact, a teaeb.
er--for ~these are provided byp th~e
comlaionity alt large--4ihen whart ?
TheR aWolbheir pleasant char'acter-
istie. sympt~tnatic of our syna.
gogal activity crops out. Whatrt
'Congregatto Shabsrei Tihis' has
a rabbi, but whei 'Congregati6n
Sha'erei That,' have no rabbi!
Aren't ~se asl good or~ as importst f
as t~hey ? They have a 'bo'ns ftde'
rabbi! .What oaf it? We'll get a
rabbi, too, even if he is not so
'fide'-and It wiHl cost as less!
And MIiralble Dictu! Frotn seem.
ingly outT of whr ea 'rabbi' ei


nqcitrhas been i~st ie. D h

loRa bi Fe d ransM ate is t
tail, although I seriously doubt
whether other reading matter
could equal some of the, shall I
say amttsin~g, feets of this fearless
writer's expose, foY tieal ~edMiseaish.
For instance, thete is the case of
the field worker for the eionist
Organization, who was actually of-
fered a pulpit in a Texan com.
munity to supplant one of the lo.
cal rabbis on t~he strength of his
forensic abjilities. A one-eyed com-
bination c8Rtor, teacher, sexton,


a1 God frth MI~llp, not to; d
dcead."
Of course, ear tehovah is at oil,
grand God, but even the old fo$r
prefer to drink "Lechains," th
holler "Zdoko Tazil Memoves,"
I shall mention one more examln
ple:
A father brings his boy to a IRe-
brew school and says to the teacher
this: "Here is my boy; I want hi
to attend your Pebrew school, yeu
Talmed Torah; I want hhn to kno
that he is a Jew, a member ofthe
great ancient natief; he should be
proud of Judaisim; but don't teagh
im Hebrew; that's Loshon-Kodesh,
nor the bible, Urthat' Chrnesh, or
Getnorrah; I don't want him to
knew all that usele~sa stuff of
yoars; he is not going to be
rabbi; just teach him to read Cl
sidder {prayer book),,that when
die my boy will be able to reelte
"Kadish."
Now you see that our Getou
Synagogue, our Education is l
turned over to the dead,
No wonder our rabbis said that
when Messiah comes fadain wl
be abolished awl

caneve te dhad wilrs 8 ie

co sequnl Juan will psss
the gra eshof the dead.

If Amreriosn Jews don't want to
see Judaism die centuries beosre
the colring of the Messiahr, let
therm keep lin rrnind the followirt:
that our Gaod, our Torah, our spea.
gogues, our ednestio~n, our bell-
days are all for the living, not
for the dead.
WCe call our God and our To~tah
Elohim Chaim, ore~~s Chahn,
The God rfor the living and the
Torah for the living.
Not for the dead.


SCIE TY

Mrs. Al Hirsch will1 be hostess
tonight to thre worshippers at the
late Friday night services of the
Miami Jewish Orthrodiox Congreg-
tion at a social hour following the
services.

The first of a seriies of Congre
gational dinners sponsored by
Beth David Sisterhood, oritrina ly
scheduled for last Monday even
ing, will be held this coming Sun-
dayj evening. Id fte
The abnnual form dnce o h
Junior Counnel of Jewtish Women
scheduled for last Wednesday
night will be held this coming
~Wednesday nit~ht, December 28.

Announweement is bemgp made of
the engagemnent of 1Vliss SailM Ku -
man, daughter of Mr. and rs. I.
Kurman, of New York, forme l
of Miami, to Lewis L. Loeb. ,
Loeb is the son of Mr. aind Mrs. H
Lieb e6 Mhies a Miss Kurinan r~e-

ta a ide a he dlcso e Htl



Mrs. S. Rubih, Mrs. Samuel Arono-


Mrs. MC. Stone.

Beth David Sisterhood will spon-
sor a Chanuka dinner and Cha-
nuka play next Sundlay at 5 p. m.
at the Talmud Torah build:ingi. The
public is invited to attend. Rescr-
vations may be made by phoning
Mrs. H. HI. Farr. Mrs. Mrinnie Eng-
ler isl in charge of arrangements.
IRabbi Max Shapiro will be the
main s~peaker and Sydney WC~ein-
traub wrll be the toastmaster. Cap-
Oain T~obias and Stahnley Myers
will present the program. Mrs.
Edwarrd iFalk is in charge of the
play.

Mrs. Hymnan N. Levy was named
chairman of the annual charity ball
for the Jewish Welfare Bureav
Ito be held Sunday~ evening, Febru-
ery3 26, at a place to be announced
inl these columns shortly. Mkr~s.
Harry Nevita Is chairman of pub.
licity.

liest of Jews. The Sefer Torah is
embodied in the soul of its stu-
'dents, the Prinees of the Law.
Protect -the PIrince with a mantle
of reverence, adorn ~him w~ith a
trownft of friendliness, and study
his words diligently. Aboite all,
remember that the rabbi is human,
"Love thy neighbor as thyself."


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To sEeb Is To monove

mi a~r iprnt thsn c
*zperience and repatation.
*Time WLIn Tedn*
3t Jears of sucessful ortion In
HandMIate6 t was Beek~ltt.


colleetoYi, who paidct'ledWtt~ after
thie Sabbath monrnth servibes.---A
rbbbi woi;6 liWelk 'insbratsuee afltbt
servrices.-iA Heblrast wpho gave
his apprbtel ch the Itallydrd at
for the filming of "The King of
Kings," is known as a rabbi.--A
yeelng Iars expelled bot~h twoti semt-
therrieis, one Conservagtive, theB 6th.
er rietotthed,--theb speeds irbbUt a
yest lb an orthodojt hAstittitioh,
and is accepted as as rabbi wNith-
out inqUiites. A rlabbi in a South.
wern commYunityi apprehsehded in a
most i~ndbiseeet tr~i'~sthglkr 'amonr,
etc.,~thE
Th~et is to doUBt thiat the tab-
birat~e ini Attl'etia has b eebA th.
vaded by parsimonions and repUt.
nant '8loryS and tnoniey-weekets. I
even tfee'all Rh6 it the e6stl days
of myi owni abbihfeie caeaer, a
yethg~e man, Wtoth a good lothl ,ep.
utatish wOas Called ahpoh to in~th-
date thrat lion of the puliPt, 14as-
It'atsky. T'fhe S;othg Hih'f Was~ pd2
sled and baffled as to the correct
title to be confer~red Upon this
mwsater or~ator. Said he: "I ashll
not call him iRabbi Maeliansky, for
the title eof abhin is t c eap f

hm Onrte ote hn d as Is8n


M sh a y." a ch toda a u
ness wvith hteh~i the title "rabbi"
is conferred and batrdied aboat can
not be anotChed anywhmere in our
annals. .
~This situation does not exist in
Europe. England is pathaps the
besit organized reliigrieasty. There
the chief tabbi loffiCialy passes
upon the tLredlentials eard qgualifi-
cations of every rabt 5,~ and giv~es
or withkolds his watsetiibn to any
congregation desiring to sngge
one. In the United States, because
of our constitution, the structure
of `our political life nad the com.
plexiah! of ear social and religious
at~titndedth we eoarnto have a ~gov.
ernm~lhent-sheietioned "chiet rabbi."
What is necessary it a spirit of
revrerence tot* the bible "ribbt." We
have lost much of that spirit. Does
Amercina Israel have the colange
and resohsteeness to take the nee.
essary st~eps to recover our apit-
iltualloss ? If It hak, then let it
put an @rhd to this diag~ratefel and
perniciobs bootleg~ging vtf the
~Am~erican rabbinatbe. The townine
and sinceere leader in Isradl shrould
be ifegarde~ed tWidh ;duesae amiount
of esteem evilrd love as the Bater
To~sta its~elf. Who would dare
erlin~ tnad at a Safert Torah ? Nbt
even the Kel @hebehablm, the low.



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(Continued from page 1)
ism one can perceive in the to -
lowing astounding facts.
(A) During the first seven
dayrt of Passover and Sueoth; days
of celebration, happiness, praises
and thanksgiving; days of na-
tional joy and festivities; the syn-
agogues are very poorly visited;
nay, somre look quite gloomy and
deserted; instead 'of finding there
afew hundreds of visitors, one
meets there 20-80-@*
A few old men, a few old wom-
en and some Talmdd Torah boys.
Who car~es for the synagogue and
who feels the need and joy of true,
sincere spiritual communion with
the ereator of the universe?
(B) And here is another bitter
and horrible and most revolthag
example that will confirm beyond
doubt the abusive attitude of some
jof our co-religionists to regard
our faith, our synagogue and 'To-
I~ah only fit and suitable for the
dead, not for the living.
tioe i i and please pay atten-

goundea men dr eo tehe s h


carry the dea boy int te s u,
and leave it there for a few min-
utes. h t ed
(They do it to honor te da
and aid him thus to find his way
to heaven.)
But wait; the worst is coming*
just watch how the house of God
is being publicly insulted.
Some time later, either a son, or
a daughter, or a grandchild of the
deceased or of another member
gerts married; do you know what
your loyal co-religionists do? Can
one realize how they shamelessly,
openly heap insults upon the house
of God ?
They refuse to have the wedding
ceremony performed in the syna-
gogue they consider it a humilia-
tion to their dignity.
The Shul is good for the dead,
not for the living.
They, our loyal co-relig~ionists,
perform the wedding ceremony
either in a hall, or private house,
or to gratify the abnormal Inst for
vanity and snobbishness, the wed-
ding is performed in their "Coun-
try Club."
And thus we see that the dead-
decaying, filthy bodies they bring
into the synagogues and the :hap-
PY, joyful occasions of their wed-
dings they take away somewhere
else.
Of course we can't tell how God
welcomes the dead bodies in his
sanctuary, all I know that if I
were God and thus treated I would

phoar cidrn o teandof brn i
to me the decaying bodies of your
dead, and the happy weddings you
take to your halls and clubs, ra-
ther take to the clubs and halls
The decaying bodies, and to me
bring your happy weddings: I am


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Plans are being made for a ben-
fit bridge for the Ladies' Auxil-
,,y of the Jewish Welfare Bu-
eau to be held at the Blackstone
[otel shortly, full details of which
:ill be announced in n early is-


Buster Keaton's "frozen asset"
lay have been his face through
lany of his comedies, but his new-
st role as the college professor in
Speak Easily" is the nearest
fin to an .exact character por-
ngyl he has ever attempted.
Throughout the Metro-Goldwyn-
fayer farce coming Sunday and
monday to the Tivoli Theater his
art demands an absolutely set
nd indifferent reaction to any oe-
orrence, no matter how startling.
le never changes his expression ~r
e~ne of voice, which gives Keaton
Iunumerable opportunities for his
ilario~us brand of comedy.
Hie is supported by Jimmy
Schnozzle" Durante in the role of
,small-time piano player. Others
n the cast are Ruth Selwyn, Thel-
ca Todd, Hedda Hopper and
)en!y Armetta. Edward Sedg-
Pick directed.
Jimmy "Schinozzle" Durante
ings "I Can Do Without Broad-
ray, But Can Broadway Do W~ith-
aut Me" and "The -Greeks Got Two
Vords for It" in his hilarious hot "
ha manner for "Speak Easily.

Mrs. Abraham Femnberg, wife of
Labbi Feinberg, of New York
:ity, and mother, Mrs. S. H. ]Katch,
Ire at the Sun Ray Sanatorium for
several weeks. Mrs. Feinberg is
Cousin of Mrs. Julius Simpson, of
his city.

Mrs. Elsie Goldbergh arid sons,
erome and Chester, of Baltimore,
lid., are visitors in Miami for sev-
ral days and will return to Kis-
immee, Fla., where they are the
louse guests of Mr. and Mrs. Har-
y Botts.

A gala event is being planned
,Y Junior Hadassah for the even-
nt of Wednesday, January 11, at
he Mahi Shrine Temple on Bis-
ayne Boulevard, when a barn
lance is to be held. Decorations,
costumes and refres~hmentsP will
arry out the general barnyard
cheme.


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Page 3Five


Senior Hadassiah is sponsoring
a benefit bridge at the Blackstone
Hotel on January 23. Full details
of thebridge will be announced

A. Z. A. members celebrated In-
ternational A. Z. A. day Sunday
in Kaplan Hall with more than
300 members present. Rabbi Max
Shapiro gave an invocation; Har-
old Tannenbaum and Stanley C.
Myers gave brief addresses and a
program of specialty dance num-
bers and songs were given by
guest artists. Sam Silver gave
the president's message, Isaac Le-
vin the sponsor's welcome, and Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan, the main ad-
dress of the evening. Pupils of;
the Mae Rose Studio of Dance also'
provided entertainment *


shifts and transfers:
Messrs. Curry and McCooey,
from City Hall to their private
places of business.
Adolf Hitler, from polities to the
movies.
Beer and liquor profits, from Al
ICapone to the Ul. S. Treasury.
Paper litter, from New York
sidewalks to garbage incinerators.
International debts, from peo-
ple's shoulders to bottom of sea.
Sixty-three degrees Fahrenheit,
from December to June, where it
really belongs, etc.
Pioneers from communal inter-
forence to deserved retire and gen-
eral contentment.

A youthful correspondent, seeing
a reference to mustache cups,
wants to know how these old-fash-
ioned cups operated. WVell, in our
town, men used the small opening
as a kind of spout for pouring the
coffee into the saucer.

Cora is so dumb she thinks the
song, "It Happened in Monterey,"
is the beginning of a confession.

Cried the courteous stove. "Oh,
tea kettle, I take off my lid to


Dumb Dora doesn't know her
candies. She thinks O. Henry is a
flivver.

And there; with the word "shoe-
tree" we offer the sentence, "The
line's busy, I wonder if I shoetree
again."

Some fellows don't know their
candies--they think "Fanny May"
is a sort of promise.

A good wife never calls her hus-
band down--unless he is upstairs.

Few undertakers are physicians,
but they always follow the medical
profession.

A woman can be fond of the
change in her husband's pocket
without being necessarily fickle.

There is something mysteriously
attractive about all mysteries ex-
cept hash.

Whenever you see a man visit.
ing a chiropodist, there is soame-
thing on foot.

Insomnia is a disease that keeps
a man's wife awake until he comes
home in the morning.

It's hard for a man to climb up
in this world, but it hurts him far
more to climb down again.

A horsy man and a nagging wo-
man make a well-matched pair.


The knowledge of some men
consists of a good many things
that aren't so.

The average man has to sprint
occasionally in order to keep ap
with his running exPensres.

If you have occasion to argue
with a donkey you might as well
address yourself to his tail as to
his. head.


Slowly, as the facts become
Known, people of the world are
coming to feel a deep envy for
Leon Trotzky, whom so many Eu-
ropean countries refuse to let in.

Literary novelty: Bernard Shaw
asked by a publisher to select the
12 greatest novels of all time, did
so without naming one of his own
plays.

Morticians assembled in Boston
agreed to reduce the price of their
services by 25 per cenit. The "Die
Now" movement is expected to
gain much impetus from these cut
rates.

Conditions in some sections are
so strengthened a car can be
pawned_0r lot enoughi.. now~ to ~~buy
it 27lSet of tiew licence pla es.

Bearing on the topic of hunger
marchers, it is 110 feet to the free
lunch end of a Juares bar.

A gallant seaman who spent an
hour under water plugging a hole
in a liner's side was kissed by the
captain. Not all the brave hearts
are asleep in the deep.

Fine scores have been set up in
a national pool championship. The
game in general has improved, as
habitues are no longer unerved
by .occasional offers of employ-
ment.

It is found that the Peking man
600,000 years ago had hands like
ours. Who knows, then, but what
those clever Chiinese invented the
Culbertson system, as well.

A timely remembrance, suggest-
ed by hardware interests, is a
home acetylene outfit, for getting
Some people spend too much of
their time in nursing animosity.

If you would please a woman,
give her what she wants, regard-
less of what she needs.

Man was made to mourn and
some men seem to think that they
must put in all their time at it.

Some men would rather be right
than be President, but there are
others who never make an effort
to be either.

The trouble with milk~_of human
kindness is that it's skimmed too
often.

An Akron spider has given up
trying to spin a web to hold the
moving hands of a clock. It abould
have been told at the start of
SJoshua and his trouble with the w


1ZABBI DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN
Whose birthday will be cele-
brated sunday

Gordon Davis, Mrs. Frank Coret,
Mrs. Fred Reimer, Mrs. Louis Dar-
vis, Mrs. Herman Homa, Mrs. Her-
bert Kleiman and Mrs. Lawrence
Sapero.

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Finnieston
announce the birth of a daughter,
Ardis Joy, at Jackson Memorial
Hospital on December 14.

At a special board meeting of
the Senior Council of Jewish W~om-
en, Main Section, which was called
by the president, Mrs. Lena Simon,
on Thursday morning, December
15, at the home of Mrs. Simon ,it
was voted to uphold the objects of
the National Council of Jewish
Women.
Forty years ago a group of Jew.
ish women met in Chicago at the
request of Mrs. Hannah G. Solo-
mon to discuss ways and means of
aiding Jewish men, women and
children in a religious, educational,
philanthropic and civic way, and
to aid immigrants. It was decided
to appeal to Jewish Women in ~all
parts of the country, and the re-
sponse was great. Each section
was to take care of its local
needs. .
With these objects in mind the
Miami Section was organized. The
Miami Section since its organiza-
tion has carried out every phase
of the work. Due to the economic
condition prevalent this year the
/section will devote its efforts en-
tirely to welfare work. As in the
past few years, it will work to pro-
vide Passover baskets for the Jew-
ish underprivileged.
Following the business meeting,
luncheon was served. Covers
were placed for Mrs. Meyer
Schwartz, Mrs. Sadye Oliphant,
Mrs. Isidore Cohen, Mrs. Lewis
Brown, Mrs. Morris Dubler, Mrs.
Ben Hirshfield, Mrs. Stanley My-
ers, Mrs. Jack Beirnstein and Mrs.
Caplan, a visitor from Bermuda.
*' *
A regular meeting of the Books
in Brief Club was held last Mon-
day evening art the home of Mrs.
J. Samet, when Mrs. Reisman re-
viewed "Jos~ephus," by Feuchtwan-
ger. An interesting discussion fol-
lowed. Election of officers was
held and the following were cho.
sen: Mrs. Anne Reisman, presi-
dent; Mrs. Sadye G. Oliphant, vice
president; Mrs. Gertrude K~otkin,
secretary; Mrs. Ida Goldberg,
treasurer; Mrs. Cecil Tannenbaum,
librarian. The next meeting of the
club will be held at the home of
Mrs. Anne Reisman, 2001 South-
west Sixth Street, on Monday
evening, Janrrary e.

Mis ei.. cawon, a studentt at
Goucher College, arrived to spend
the holidays with her parents.

Iookint out upon the world, it
iH easy to perceive any number of
instances in which a thorough re-
organiastion and shake-p Iweald
to a lot at gtood. How mush pleas.
sater things weald be it the wnews
paper annonuned the 'beUll@Wg


A Chanukah play will be given
Iby the children of the Sabbath
school Sunday evening, De~cember
25, at the Temple. The play, "The
Enemies of Civilization, will be
featured by special music written
by Rabbi Kleinfeld; also enter-
tainment will be rendered by tal-
ented pupils of the Hebrew school.
SThe cast consists of Irene Jacobs,
Hazel Abrahams, Tiby Rothblatt,
Miriam Horowitz, Bernard C,
Fuchs, Shelby Traeger, Buddy ,
Sweet, Max Schmitz, Bernice Roth-
blatt, Jerome Silvirman, Jerome
Goldberg, Willie Abraham, Louls
Abrlaham, Corinne Silverman,
Piip Benjamin. *

Under the direction of Mrs. Hy-
man N. Levy, director of the phys-
ical culture class held regularly
for the benefit of the Jewish Wel-
fare Bureau, a very successful
bridge was held Sunday night at
the home of Mrs. Morris Rubin,
1923 Southwest Thirteenth Street.
In charge of the arrangements
were Mesdames Henry Bulbin, S.
Kate, I. L. Seligman, Morris Rubin,
Joe Morris and Hyman N. Levy.
During the evening musical num-
bers were presented by Mr. and
Mrs. Pearson, well known on the
concert stage. The evening's ben-
efit resulted in a very substantial
sum being raised for the welfare
work of the organization. During
the$ evening delicious refreshments
were served. The physical culture
class which: sponsored, this bridge
meets every day and is open to
all who are interested in the work.
The nominal charge made is de-
voted entirely to the Jewish' Wel-
fare Bureau.

Mrs. H. M. Barg entertained at a
bridge-luncheozi Saturday at the
Blackstone Hotel, Miami Beach, in
honor of her mother, Mrs. David
Frank, Atlantic City.
Prizes were won by Mrs. Larry
Fay, Mrs. David Slann and Mrs.
Harry Magid. Others present were
Mrs. Sara Hoffman, Chicago; Mrs.


underwent an opera-
his tensile removed
ago, was surprised
t to another special.
day about a little
e and w~as informed
t to have his tonsils


Elmer, who
tion to have
a few years
when he wenl
ist the other
throat trouble
that he oughl
out.


For Chanuka. hF C


T 0Y 8. _

Wagons, $2.25 to $5.95

Tricycles, $1.95 to $11.50

Fibre Chairs, $3.95 to $5.95

Lamps: Floor, Bridge and Table, $195-to $17.95

End Tables Mgzn Racks, Occasional Tables,
Davenport Tables, Pier Cabinets


"I had them out!" he exclaimed.
"The doctor must have been a
golfer," replied the specialist. "He
took the divots, but missed the
tonsils."

Love, like ice, is awfull slippery
and it soon thaws.

A Georgia judge who announces
that his salary of $5,00 a year is
too large and abould be curt to $8,-
000, is named Hd. Strange. H.
("B~ow") Strange.


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who ignores small
accomplishesr any ve


No man
things ever
great ones.


Add simles: As eelld as a ciil j

his steL~akhldrs. '


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Secretaries, $29.95 to 9 995


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Notes'

Congregation B'nai Israel, w
A. S. Kleinfeld, Rabbi, will b
Friday night services at 8 oco
The topi oftee es nornda
mng services begin at 9 o
Sunday school, 10 a. m. on
day, and Hebrew classes, 10 8
daily.

The Ladies' Auxiliary n
Society banquet last SuF nd Ai
at the Horowitz Hotel was
ed by the entire communistte
was a huge success socially
financially. Dr. Kleinfelddl


eiated.

The Judaic sIneil dane i
scheduled for 'Ilcember 2'1, a
will be held /at the Shrine Clot~
the procks~-` which will be use
for c dritable purposes..


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New Club Steeplechase Is Wt Palm Beach
Opens Windows A Novelty Here *
Notes
Continuing its plans of expan- There is nothing new under the i~~~~~
sion, Milady's Club of America sun Say it isn't so, folks, for Rabbi S. M. Machtei, of the Ra-
copeed its dom ors Frecentl to e- right here in Miami the Cinder- dio Synagogue, officiated at te
coe he i Nen Yof Psortiday 2 ella Barllroom is going to haul off i edin teeremoniese Hs Snlde I
the first of its chapters was or. December 22 and offer the natives ngti h Palm Beach, whnM harotte at
ganized at Washington, D. C., in and tourists something in the way Friedman, of New York City, be.
February, 1931. of fun and thrills never seen be- came the bride of Simon Wolf, a
The reason for the organiza- fore in America. prominent merchant of this city.
tion's rapid growth is that it of- A human steeplechase, with Only close friends and immediate ~
fers to women many different and teams of a boy and girl, entries Imembers of the couple were pres- I
varied forms of social and cultural unlimited, face the barrier carry- ent. Following the ceremony sup.
enjoyments. In addition to its ing the colors of their backers, per was served in the beautifully e
charming club rooms at the Hotel with clockers, handicappers, tip decorated dining room of the- ho-/
Everglades in Miami, where wom* sheets, judges and all the trim- tel. Among those present were:
en may spend their spare time mings, to race over a course some Mr. and Mrs. Sam Scherr, Mr. and
playing bridge, reading and writ 20 feet wide and the entire length Mrs. Joe Lesser, Mr. and Mrs. A. i
ing, Milady's Club of America of the floor space, 150 feet, and Kerman, Mr. and Mrs. Cy Argin-
plans to broadcast a series of radio oI, this elevation will be the ob- tar, Mr. and Mrs. A. Kominers,
educational programs. The club as stacles. all of West Palm Beach, and Mr.
non-sectarian and non-political* These barriers will be changed and Mrs. Sam Small, Larry Marks,
and any white woman over 18 daily, and the races will be run 5i Miss Sara Levine and Mr. and
years of age is eligible to mem- rods in the afternoon and 7 rods Mrs. Bert Eames, of Miami. The I
bership. The broadcasting is at night. The teams will be couple will make their home her.
planned to be presented over Sta- awarded points for speed, also for
tion WQAM in Miami, and will clearing the obstacles without tip-
feature prominent men and wom- setting or wrecking them, and they *
cos ialn e thero gh hand ii hand. A scoer IR 1Me morlam

having assisted in the West Palm oitthy avtohercet. At a special meeting of the
cntr bh ed$ 2000 in csh adn edi rigetheh8ia il ter ofofJi ioorrs a~a
trunks of clothing. It has from Bewe aefe acn ilheld Monday, December 19, the
its inception helped many of itu be offered, to the soul-stirring har-flown rsluin re
members financially and materially. moyo ee etoceta n adopted:
Its executive board is composed th eznn loadbten Whereas Almighty God in the
of women whose social prestig 18 ie advleta ol as exercise of his Divine Judgment
known throughout the states. The the Palace to gnaw its nails will hsse i otk rmor
president is Mrs. Hicks Allen; vice etoedillfe.midst Ernest Weinkle, the
presidents are Mrs. A. S. Eldredge* hr ilb ecst lm, brother of our president,
Mrs. Harriett F. Sharman, Mrs. rolr ocos arl osapr And whereas the said Ernest
Clayton Sedgwick Cooper, Mrs. hogcue t htwr n Weinkle was beloved by all for
Redmond B. Gautier and Mrs. L. tageetwtrhzrs ih his generosity, manliness, cour.
P. Southern. The treasurer is nesadwa ol oadtetesy, devotion and honorable
Mrs. Fred C. Miller; executive seenetisscme w b w.Js life*
retary, Mrs. William H. Webber, aCnyIldcrzhosbte- Be it therefore resolved that
and corresponding secretary, Mrs. field, football game, water polo the sincerest sympathy of this
HI. H. Cosper. an ln a' uf oldi organization and all its officers
The founder and director of the and members are extended to
club is Mr. Robert Fairchild, a Miss Lena Weinkle, our presi-
notd fgue i te feldofbrod- Elmer Twitchell says he knows dent, and the members of her
a Broadway movie cameraman who i
eas who ole eas got jungle fever projecting all fmetfrhrrsle hta
ingsttios hrughutthecon-those African hunt pictures. coyof these resolutions be
try, including the National and spread upon our minutes, a copy
Columbia Broadcasting Systems. forwarded to the family of the
In MemoriRm lpattbHErnatn Ie nkle and a copy
~ ua~R-c-L uaer iMRS. JENNIEp ROTFORT,
Whereas, Almighty God in his Chairman of the Committee.
Fee wisdom has seen fit to remove
from our midst Ernie Weinkle, a Lawyers are always willing to
HaveFeelng* faithful, loyal, honorable and de- work with a will.
HaveFeeh gs, voted member of our Club,
T ( f Be it therefore resolved, by the QGU F' OF 6~r~cr- OS
OO. Hebrew Athletic Club at a spe- ENJOY A REAL TREAT
FOOT AVERcial meeting held on Wednes- MONDAY, DEC. 26TH
FOOT SAV ER day, December 20, at the Com- a h
munity Centre, that the heart- a h
.felt symparthy of the Club is RIVERSIDE SCHOOL
hereby extended to his parents, AUDITORIUIM
d~~cL brothers and sister. 1YSee

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ning at 8adi in the pi rside
Sclfho hAvu n r Second Street.
Twelgprti the play are Mes.
TakingP Rla 1iter, B. Silverman,
meneette Seligman, Evelyn Slavi-
:er, Joseph Greenberg, Harryl Ro
Joe Mandelbaum, The Riel aniz-
Harry Greenberg. be ogniea-
tion will derive no pecuniary hat -
fit from the performance w a-~
ever. The objects of the organiza-
tion are to promote the produce ion
of Yiddish plays bs-monthly in Mi-
ami.
A number of theater parties are
being for med by prominent resi-
tc ond tor~lists of the territory.


Pager S~ixJ


U~r~~J~~ ~u~dito n~o te~uu~i ered a stirring appeal for the
The lay inaddtionto he sua struction of a permanent houe t
dramatic episodes, contains a num- wrhpt ebito h s
ber of song hits famous in JewishW'h i chse by Bunil Israhel a
circles. ear ago.
MIAMI BEACH Congregation 1B'nai Isre
ELECTS OFFICIALSth al
mourning t sudden death oft
(Coninue fro Pag 1) Rev, Hanon Rabinowitz, who
Le~vi, member of the council for reet~ eletedsug Eueaslcoee
ceke la ob rtenlowealrsbyleB h lc on a n a nore l
de Hirsch Meyer, active comm'irCa ntraio Rb Kinl n


workers adlpresident of the H ?-

serve four-year terms. Elected to
serve two-year terms were Edgar i
L. Keuling, head of the Miami
Beach Lions Club; Robert Ralston)
and Bill Burbridge, one of Miams
Beach's most active realtors and
civic workers.
They assumed office last Wed-
nesday morning and will meet to
formally organize at the call of
the mayor.

No man who takes the trouble
to look up the breach of promise
records will deny that kissing is
dangerous.


Friday, December 28, 1982