FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
Vol. 5.o. *Miami, Florida, Friday, December 30, 1982 Price: Five Cents
MIAMI E TOR DO
1545 B. W, Third~ Street
JONAH E. CAPLAN, Rabbi
Regular early services will be
held tonight at 5:30 with the litte
services at 8:15 when Rabbi Cap-
lan will preach on "Joseph in
Egypt and Judah in Palestine." A
social hour will follow the serv-
jie.The Isa cnrgtoal
11singn aed chuanti cngregation n-
joyed. Saturday morning serv-
ices began at 9 o'clock. During
the Saturday morning services.
Bernard Serkin will be Bar Mitz-
va, and following the services his
parents will be hosts to the wor-
shippers at a kiddush in the ves-
try rooms of the synagog.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
311 Washington Avenue
L. AXELROD. Itabbi
ath :0usualh earlylaservcs begin
8:15 when Rabbi Axelrod will
preach on "Sentiment of Religion."
ICantor Schlachman will lead in
the chanting and congregational
singing. Saturday morning the
ar bbi will r~each in Yiddish
JUDAISM is spiritually demor-
alized and institutionally de-
cadent. The Jewish business man
isthe greatest business executive
inthe world, yet he is not able to
sell Judaism to the Jew.
l .it i ia irt~a Judrai
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A Layman Bares His Mind
Heart As These React to
Rabbi Addresses s
Senior Hadassah gave its annual
Chanukah tes Tuesday afternoon
at the Acacia clubrooms with 100
guests, including visiting members,
in attendance. Mdrs. J. Williamson
arranged the program, which was
presented byr Mrs. Sol Latsktry,
president, who gave an address of
welcome. Alice Wick entertained
with a song and tap dance, tol-
lowed with piano selections by
Miss Mi. Carllahan, Mrs. L. Axel-
rd spke on the membership, and
oariso Freed gave piano numbers.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan of the
Mbiami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
ptin Ipokre on "True Spirit of
Orgziation Work." Assisting in
sevnpwre Mrs. Alex Goldstein,
Mservinannie Wesson, Mrs. Sam
klnl, Mrs. David Bogen sa Mrs.
B. Kandle. >
The pupyr s g~rrbvng sm so p
many divergent, conflicting and
even capricious interpretations
that the lay mind is all in a mud-
All the paens of exaltation, all
the fine words that tongue can
fashion, all the sermons of hope
and optimism will not alter the ex-
It is going to require something
more heroic than all this
Perhaps we face an impossible
task--the perpetuation of a Juda-
ism that will do for future genera-
tions what -Judaism did, spiritually,
If we are to accomplish this, we I
must first determine that it is 9
desirable objective. We are not
behaving like that right now.
Nor will it avail much for the
pulpit to scold the pew and for the
pew to place ~the burden of the !
responsibility on the shoulders of
Both are to blame in no small
The pulpit--those to whom we
have a right to look for spiritual
guidance, are as opposite as the
poles in their interpretations of
JdimThe pew--it has succeeded ,in
producing synagogual mortgages
instead of attendance, loyalty, ad-
Judaism is in a state of flux.
Who is going to form a new mold
that will fashion it into a spiritual
force that will be acceptable to
Judaism in general?
Are we going to depend solely
on a pulpit that is everlastingly
finding new and fantastic def~i-
nitions for the God of Israe~l-?
Shall we look to the laity for
salvation ? A laity that is paying
enough interest on synagogual
mortgages to sarve a large portion
of world Jewry from misery and
suffering and spiritual decary?
Without the synagogule there
can be no vital, creative Judaism.
Without a Judalsm that is at
once undersrtanable, seatl-serch-
ing, inspiring, there is no need for
Jewry in America is fasty being
reduced to a racial and a phralog.
nomic formuats The Jew -is be.
coming recognized not for his~ at.
tainments in the world of religion,
but for worldlg Mc~ovement aod
-well, so erfic al tes
When C rsedomicse the
Jew todag artist oane di onase t
the glories of toe s r the tha
turn the portend of a fruitful fu-
Whoat has Judaism become any-
as Where isit heading? Do I
ansme to answer these questions?
Ai ourse not.
thind if I ladleate some of the
abns that I k la~ re responsi-
Mass Meetng Is RatbbisIsHonored Jew IsAppointed
Planned Tuesday By Celebration Deputy Sheriff
In orded to settle the cemetery About three hundred guests at- Nathan H. Kupper, the son of
~Mr. and Mrs. Max Kupferatein,
situation now confronting the Jew- tended the annual birthday cele- prominent communal workers of
ish people of the Greater Miami bration honoring Rabbi Dr. Jacob 14iami, was appointed a deputy
District an important massmeeting H. Kaplan of Temple Israel. sheriff by Sheriff Dan Yardie in
will be held at the Beth David Among prominent guests attending the announcement made Tuesday
,Talmud Torah Hall Tuesday were Governor Elect Horner of of his list of appointees. Young
Kwpper was active in the election
January 3rd. at 8 P. M. The report I llinois and Mayor Anton Cermakcapinorhefadhslid
of the adjustment committee will o~f Chicago. Both spoke briefly in Miami for the past eight years,
be heard. Because of the attempt during the evening. Day J. Apte, making his home here with his
Sto interfere with the workings of president of the Temple, served as parents. He is a native of New
the committee a situation has arisen toastmaster and introduced the York City and lived in Monticello
where immediate action must be speakers. Mrs. Isaac Levin, pres- where he received his primary and
i takeanto tsre uwladequate prot edehnat f fth TeTmtpe Sisterhood, Jnhigh school education. Several
the meeting. Te oJews of ahis ds- the Rabbi with a gift, pre Inver, gnerig o hne tqook aduriny bt
trici ate inge situation whic has given through the courtesy of a did not complete his studies in or-
Iiaropedmc inda ignation throuh- ca ember h s dra ces oK ehdi- der to come to Miami to assist his
out the district. tra in a number of well render 3 ahrinbsns.
Selections. She also accompanied *e c o n i
*im ou her sister, Marilyn Kane, in a vio- B a hC u cl
MI~ l OU E ln elctin. Afersupper as O g nz d
.il Beg I~rh Chanukah play was presented byIsO g n ed
$ E T f the children of-the Sunday.~ School- Jh I ei tra am
un~~~v~der the direction of Mrs. Frank Jom .LvetrnM mi
Under the auspices of Temple Perlman. Special guests of the Bahcucimnadon fte
Israel the Miami Branch of the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Si pioneer developers of that city,
Florida Open Forum will hold the Mendelson of New Orleans, for 'was elected president of the city j
first of a series of lectures on Imerly of Miami, and active work- council by a vote of five to one~
matters of civic interest next ers for the Temple during their at a reorganization meeting.
Wednesday evening January 4thh residence here. In charge of ar- William Burbridge cast the only
at Bayfront Park beginning at r Iangements for the evening were dissenting vote and Mr. Levi de-
8 O'clock when Dr. Sheldon one Myrs. Adolph Wertheimer, chairman lined to vote. AS motion for his
lf the founders of International assisted by Mesdames J. H. Kap- election was made by D. Richard
Rotary will speak. The local Rotar. lan, Ber~t Reisner, Harry Nevins, Mead, retiring president, and see-
iash ve been invited to take Herbert U. Feibelman and Joseph onded by Edgar Louis Keulinr.
chanse a the meeting. Dr. Jacob N. Morris. Mrs. Bertha B. Levy Mayor A. Frank Katzentine pre.
cl aKeapoin lof Templle )Israel is was in charge of a special chil- sided.
the active factor in the movement dren's table that was arranged for Mr. Levi led the council ticket
to establish the local branch and those who provided entertainment in the city election a week ago.
oetue d from a three day con- during the evening. He has been a member of the coun-
r ne at aytoa Bech were il for 14 years, eight of which
heeo dt Dr. Rober Shaylo Holes, he served as president.
eon er of the movement conferred 80 cLo eMrLviM.MedadH ry
on 1ln for the local organization. 1 A *Hieofrdocoprtwthhe
on p as minded to be a help in in. 188tll O11$ 71)rg ( new councilmen and suggested that
It i intn m comunit inthey name the departments which
teresting the g e mter s. Biscayney Ba og, let they would like to supervise.
civic an puli P atr.Bsan aylde let The city government then was
organized as follows: Mr. Head,
chairman of finance; Mr. Bur-
bridge, streets and sewers; Robert
W. Ralaton, parks and docks; Bar-
on de Hirsch Meyar, fire and wRa-
ter; Mr. Hie, public bulildingse;
Mr. Keuling, police, and Mr. Levi,i
:the portion of the week, Mekatz.
jCONGREGATION BETH DAVID
139 N. W. Third Avenue
Max Shapiro, Rabbi.
Services at Beth David. this eve-
mngn will begmn at 5:30 with the
late services at 8:15, when Rabbi
Shapiro will preach on "The
Status of the World Today." The
usual congregational singing and
chanting will be led by Cantor
Louis Hyman, who will be assisted
by the choir. A social hour will
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
137 N. B. Nineteenth Street
DR. JIACOB H. KAPLAN, RabHl
Regular services will be held
tonight at 8 o'clock with Rabbi
Kaplan preaching on "By My Spir-
it, Salth the Lord of Hosts.'" Har~-
ry Levan will be Bar Mitzva dur-
ing the services apd the Rabbi witt
be assisted by a number of the
boys of the Religious School who
will take part in the ceremonies.
the Masonic group in Miami, con-
ducted installation of officers at
the temple, N. W. First street and
Fifteenth avenubt, Tuesday night.
Harry P. Deprs, retiring master,
was installinlg officer and inducted
Isador Fine, the son of the late
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fine, as his
successor for the coming year. L;.
B. Clinger, senior warden; Walter
P. Brown, junior warden; Vincent
D~e Riso, senior deacon; N. N. Bow-
or, juinior deacon; J. L. Mixson,
senior steward; W. G. Barwick,
chaplain; Russell F. Hand, secre-
tary; Fredferiek C. Maduer, treas-
aurer; Alexander Corbett, marshal,
and J. W. Meyers, tyler, also were
Thirty officee~rsad enlisted men
from H. M. S. Danae attended the
meeting, and after the ceremonies
the Compass Club, a social or-
ganisation of the order, took
charge of entertainment. Mr.
Dews was presented with a past
msater's jewel in recognition of
In complynla writh the re-
qaest of a number of! treads
mons of the Radle Sygnagot, the
9ubisher desies to maoke his
posfithe definite and clear be.
yead any doabt. In presnting~
articlsr and news itemsa w4e fol
low the traditions of a real news-
paper, regardless of the publiah-
er's personal viewrpolat The
publication of an article does
not mean thiat we endorse or
approve its ideas, bellets or ip.
ter~pretations or even its ar
ficacy or defirability as an ip.~
aftwation. That Isr a mcatter iir
the ladividual reader to~lr
In Auto. Accident
WNhile a passenger in the tratck I
of the Atlantle Zhutchers Corpora-
tion on the way to slaulghter eat-
tie, Cantor Nathan3 Wroobel, who
is shoched for thbe flatl, pre se-
riously fafared when the truck col-
lided with a passenger ear and
overturned. Mr. Drurckearman and
the negro chauffear fell on top at
Cantor Wrooble but they were not
injuredd. Can~tor Wroobel as~is-
tained a fractured right arm and
mifnor injuries. He is a patient
at the University Hospital th Cor-a blr
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Rab S .Yahe, .on
"Pharoah's Dream." Leonard b~
bin will deliver the junior 'seranon
ette on "Joseph's Example."i
t addition to the sermon there 01i
Ibe music, prayers, and hymns.
ning, January 1st, at their hall
X/ ~701 N. W. Fifth avenue, beginna
at 6:30 P. M. A complete su~pper
Sfor which the organization is just.
ly known will be served at a very
nominal cost and an evening of
:splendid entertainment is Prom.
~ji$D. i sed all who attend. In charge of
arrangements is a committee head.
ANNIVERSARY IS OBSERVED
Busns e' L nch a 25c
Ste k and sl~eke Diners
3Malla Park Secti )
Reva Schwartz, Prop
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THE JEWITSH FLORIDIAN
SO CIE TY
A3t a meeting held in Beth Jacob The Fellowship Club of Temple
Synagogue last Tuesday a K~ashrust Israel will hold a New Year's Eve
Committee was organized headed celebration at the Blackstone Hotel
by Mbr. Suvotkin of Saratoga, N. Y. this coming Saturday night be-
The members of the committee and ginning at 10 o'clock. A complete
full details will appear in our vaudeville show will be presented
next issue. during the evening in addition to
:the usual dancing.
The Hebrew study group meets *
regularly every Tuesday evening
at 7:30 in Beth Dav-id with Rabbi t
Maxu Shapiro in charge. All in-
terested in this and the history
group are urged to enroll.
Mr. Mark Simpson of' New York
is a visitor at the home of his
brother and sister in law, : alnd
MCrs. Julius Simpson of t! city,
and will remain here for teveral
Mr. and Mlrs. Herbert Emanuel gave a party recently at their home, ed by Mrs. Henry Seitlin, F. Slay.
820 Mleridian Avenue, Mliami Beach, for their son, Stephen, withose ;iter, M. Katziff, and B. Silver. The
second birthday annivrersiary was celebrated. The children at Mndieg public is invited to attend.
are own hre wihSe hen and ar senr llP r lebr utt Lae-l *
sitt, Eddie Levitt, Debby Ettinger and Sylvia Adlin. Among the guests visiting Mdr.
--Courtesy Miami Herald. and Mrs. William Clein of thia
L---- -- ity are Mr. and Mrs. A. Jacobs,
I'.rs. Rose Baran of New York p rograml in addition to a number A Ir. and Mrs. S. Il. Jacobs of At.
- a guest at Gerson's 1301 Col- of vaudeville stars who have prom- lanta, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. I. Cole.
I;Avenue, Miami Beach. for the ised to attend and help entertain ma o,,f Columbus, Ga., Dr. B. Cole.
r. the lar ge number of guests. Iman of Atlanta, Ga., Mr. and
* Mrs. J. Gell, Mrs. Anna Ginsberg,
I~rs. Rebecca Shaff announces' An interesting meeting of Junior and Mr. Rubin Lubell.
r tl engagement of her daugrhterHdash a hl last Monday *
Last Sunday morning during the
regular assembly gifts were pre-
sented to the children of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congre -
tion Sunday schooll and Talm 4
Torah by its Ladies Audilirry
Each child was given a ba o
fruit, candy and toys by Mrs. Ida
Buckstein, president of the Aox.
iliary, and a Chanukah top ade
in Palestine was presented tor the
lauxi ian cby Mrs. Jonah E. Cap.
for the Auxiirga ower Mesae
I. Buckstein, Moe Harris, Sam
Tannenbaum and Charles Feld.
Mrs. Louis Pallott is a patient
at the Victoria Hospital where she
recently underwent an appendixI
Beth Jacob Sisterhtiod will hold
a~ benefit bridge shortly at the
William Penn Hotel, the exact date
to be announced in an early issue.
Genial Joe Perlman who made, a
a host of friends while with the **
Rosedale Delicatessen and then' Sever1 no rc:d; reside
with the Rosedale Sandwich Shop tourists I:.u:id the uirs
is nowf greeting his many friends tation Li dash oL
at his own Delicatessen and sand- re' :.zed Mliami Je\
wrich shop on the beautiful Bisi- .i- e, at the Rive2
cane Boulevard at the corner of Scl' .;lum last Mon.:
11th, st. Assisted by Mrs. Perlmanl ni;: ng;' in the p
and ah able staff, they are special- form'. ~;. :ith role of t l
izing in luncheonettes, sandwiches comed' :1 phs by Joseph Gre~ ,,
and other goodies. They carry a 'verg we grave a "true to form )
complete line of drug sundries as
well as cigars, cigarettes, candies,
etc. for the accommodation of the
general public. Because of the
general holiday they are, offering j
price reductions in eggs, salmon
and sardines far below the pre.
vailing prices elsewhere. A visit
to the shop will soon convince the
purchaser and cause him to return.
A complete line of Kosher Deli-
catessen is available for the most
discriminating and will delight
even the most jaded appetite. i
Harry Levan the son of Mr.' and
Mrs. I. Levan of Palm Island will
be Bar Mitzva at Temple Israel
tn gh sat the Bregual Fripdad
in the ceremony will be Henry
Bulbin, Melvin Katz, Edward Ru-
bin, Seymour Rubin, and Stuart
Simon. A reception will follow the
version rof toof : pical Ghetto Jew Bratrice, to Mr. Leonard Finn, the night at Kaplan Hall when im- I
of siome I' ar' ago. Harry Gr~een- s on of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Finn portant business was transacted.
berg, -'LcS the kindly Jewish oCleanOi.Miss Shaff A Chnanukah play was presented
doctr wo ha sufere muh b-was born in Miami and is the by children of Beth David Sunday
Cause of domestic tragedy, did well daughter of the, late Miax Shaff, Scehool under the direction of Mrs. j
in hs df ficut roe. e lsesone of the pioneer Jews of Miami, Edward Falk. Rabbi Max Shapiro /
much of the appeal that would oth- and Mrs. Shaff. She attended pub- of Beth David delivered an inter-
erwie b hi, bcaus oftheun-lic school here, graduated from testing talk on Chanukah. Follow-
natural posing ta helabf etsdi the Miami Senior High, and re- i ng the program a social hour was
p ying.ceived her teacher's certificate at s pent and refreshments were
?xceedingly well in his acting, but teUiest fMai She has served.
surprisingly poor in the Yiddish been active in the Eastern Star, *
song Itwas nsuted o Je'sin the Junior Counc~il of Jewish Following a visit with Mr. and
splendid voice a d seh aen ion W'omen and other local organiza-( Mrs. Michael Klemtner of Fort
if n ateptedln operaich stle was tions. Mr. Finn will graduate Lauderdale, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
to sy te last tatles. issfrom the School of Dentistry of Arkin of Brooklyn, were recent
Jeaett Seigan,-inth roe cf the Ohio State College at Colum- guests at Gerson's, Miami Beach.
Jeaete elgmninth rleofbus. The marriage will be an
te physician's as istant who ladc event of the early summer. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Mendelson
serves credit particularly because] gr Hya .Lvacm netie eetywt ee.
of the fact that she has tried to paidb e osn Mrs. Ann N evaem :tion at their home honoring their
overcome the lack of knowledge of Ab""elma ofe Atlaint, Gas. flew guests, Mr. and Mrs. Si Mendel-
the Y'iddish, evident in the stilted Havelana Wedlnesay Gand will re- son of New Orleans, who formerly 1
manner that she pronounces her made their home here.
turn the latter part of this week.
part. Mrs. Slaviter, who has one **
of the leading roles, does well but Plans for the annual charity ball New Year's Eve Saturday night I
loses much of the effect that would bin sosre byteLds will be celebrated at the Nemo
othewis beersbcaue otheAuxiliar y of the Je wish We lf areHoewihabnupntrain-
over affectation in her acting. Bra inldeabat etr-ment. Cantor Louis Hayman, Can- I
Harry Rose a's the landlord, and tainment in addition to the usual tor Boris Schlachman, Jake Rubinl,
Mrs, Silverman as his wife play dacn.Ms HmnN ey popular master of ceremonies, are
their minor roles well. Louis Rie- chimno h far i l -only a few of those who will ap- I
gel in a vaudeville number be- nuc comte apitenspear on the evening's program. A
tween the acts was very good were shrl.Assighra er-special banquet has been prepared
it not for the fact that it is time settvso h eihWlaeand dancing will be enjoyed to the
that the characterization attempt- BueuaeM.Pii iemntunes of a special orchestra. A
ed by him in the first song was n tne .Mes large number of reservations have
out of place and uncalled for ii' a already been made. The charge
a Jewish gathering. In view of our TepeIre itrodwl will be only $4.00 per couple and
repeated efforts to keep such im- meet next T'luesday afternoon, Jan- will include everything. The New J
,,,,,,,c:,,,.,rr ,1 c,, ,
. e a
personations- off all stage~s, we at
least, should be zealous in keep-
ingm such cheap b rleslq, tof o
tos. Wef hoat f tose tk
ing t rt in the play and mebr
Imague were to try to remedy
some th sp onhns ,n a
residents of the Greater Miams
Districdt wobald responddto their it
Theatre in Miami.
Showing at the Tivoli Theatre
this coming Sunday and Mionday,
Beauty And The Bos s, the
Warner Bros. picture co-starring
Marian Marsh, the first star of
1932?, and WRarren Wiilliam, with
whom she appeared in "Under
Eighteen," brings to the screen
a gay dramatic comedy involve
ing the progress of a young girl I
who discovers and makes use of
her charms, much to the astonish.
ment of her employer.
Miss Mrarsh and WCilliam were
brought together for "Beauty Anf 1
The Bloss" because their particular
aptitudes ideally fullfilled the re-
quirements of the script, which
closely follows the original, play,
Bsr n~g cra tn o ellkown s ag
* I ehrs, icludine Charles Butte -
laughs, firederick Kerr, Lillian
Bnd, DaA i Mnes Mar Dr
oBonde Crzyu and "Taxo r -
rected "Beauty And The Boss." I
unry 3, at 2:30, at Kaplan Hall, Ya' v fi s nul
instead of the first Monday be- event with the Hotel Nemo and i
cause of New Year being observed. is the highlight of the beginning
Mrs. Ted Simon is in charge of the of the winter season.
Fan wI sihg ear mbeerMfs nrgs WorhkemeTno lirle is ons ringha j
tts n.J.Adler p mine t di-supper this coming Sunday eva- 14,
be the principal speaker of the
mel r siat which Mrs. I. Levin Try O
Mr. I. Eisenste,., n sa aie CULTURED SO
the JaksdonbeMemorialt Hos tsp MADE FROM FRESH
ru iz 'It'llis Wy I
The joint Hadassah Barn Dance
at the Mahi Shrine Temple on Jan-
uary 11 promises to be one of the
outstanding eventa-tif the winter
season. In charge of arrangements Southern
is Mrs. Jennie Rotfort for the
Junior Chapter ;and Mrs. le Milk- Ice
Goldstein for the Senior Chapter.
Dec morai will beminagcen ea
and beautiful prizes wit! be4 awarud- HEAL B IDR
ed for the best costumes worn dlr- MIA MI LTH BAUgIRS
iny +hP evening. Sqruae dances Phone *4-8431 P'a 28r
wl u. v a feature of the evening's
W. FIssler at 8th Phone 2-882
Matineote 30 to II Evening Sk
Stln.-Mon., Jan. 1st and 2nd
warren wnumi-- Marin u~nrs
"BEAUTY AND THE 11088"
OF THIE SOUTH
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J.LUS SHOCHET, ]Editor
Y. o. Boxr 2978
Mism Florida Phone 2-1183
Entreda" e"d-clas matter July 4
En)0 ts sePontOfflee at Miami, Fla.
to .r ahe act of March 8, 18719,
WEST PALM BEACH OIIPPICE
I1hI~l th LStprenet a~
18r Months ...a.*
Ione Yar E**
Friday, Decemrber 80, 1932
Vol. 5. No. 52*
By MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
gI iIIIIIIIIl IIIIl1 lil1l1 illHlIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
Hello, folks! Is everybody hap-
"I have a question to propound to The American truth teller was
you, Bacillus. Tell me, now, which in his best mood. "'11alking! of
is the most valuable, a five dollar ants," he said, "we've got 'em as
bill or a five ~dollar gold piece." big as crabs out west. Prve seen 'em
"Let me ponder, ~Protozoa-, let Ifight with long hrons, which they
me ponder. Wihy, the five dollar use as lances, charging each other
bill, of course. Because when you like savages."
put it in youir pocket you can "They don't compare with the
double it." ants I saw in the east," said an
"Right truly, Bacillus, and when inoffensive individual near by.
you take it out you will find it in "The natives have trained them as
creases." beasts of burden. One of 'em could
AN AMBULANCE OR cept it.
AN UNDERTAKER A rabbinical diploma is merely
a license to preach whatever doe-
(Continued from Page 1) trines its holder can persuade his
ble for Judaism's present plight,l congregation to listen to.
I would only provoke controversy Again, I say, perhaps this is as
-wahich in itself is only another it should be. But if that is so, then
bit of proof of our confusion. perhaps we ought to be more com-
But let me ask this-and then placent about the resulting con.
you answer it yourself. What kind Ifusion. Why then should we in.
of Judaism is it that comes out veig~h against a multiplicity of in,
of an incident like the following ? interpretations, dogmas, doctrines
Not long ago I heard one of the and what not ?
outstanding rabbis of America de- No, I am not particularizing in
elare that he cannot in good con- respect Ito any one division of
science read either to himself or Jewry. E ven a conservative
to his congregation that beauti- spokesman only recently demanded
ful, intimate, traditional prayer more "liberal interpretations,"
that begins: whatever that means.
"Praised be Thou 0 Lord our Why is it that we hear so little
God, God of Our Fathers, Abra- of so-called old fashioned religion
hamIsac ad Jaob**,"becuse, from the Jewish pulpit these days ?
the rbbi aid:Is it because the layman does not
"The God of Abraham, Isaac an I want to listen to it ? Well, he is
Jacob is not my God." not attending in any too large
Even the other rabbis assem. numbers anyhow. In other words,
bled (it was at a rabbinincal con- the pews are not empty because
ference) gasped; and that is say- there is too much religion in the
ing a lot, in view of the preach-i pulpit.
ments of which some of them have Do laymen then remain away
been guilty. But why the aston- from the synagogue, except for a
ishment? Did not another rabbi yahrzeit or memorial services, be-
say recently:-- cause they do not relish book re-
"The religion of Albert Einstein Iviews, political 4iscussions, bto-
will not be approved by certain ~graphical sketches and ~social
sectarians but it m at and will be problems ? I do not believe even
approved by Jews.' this is so. But this I do know, and
By what kind of Jews, it might mark it well:-
be pertinent to as);? Some of the finest, most soul.
The famous Einstein says noth- stirring talks on various phases of
ing abouitthe reality of God. Jitdaism are those given by our
He does not recognize the God rabbis for Christian consumption.
to whom Jewry has been praying Some of the most wonderful
for centuries--the God to whom talks on Judaism, Jewish tradi-
we, His children, want to feel even tion, Jewish customs, etc., are
closer than to a parent; the God those given by our rabbis over the
who is our comfort and our rock radio or when they appear before
of salvation; to the One God who fChristian audiences before which
has kept Judaism alive in our they have been invited to speak.
hearts, and whom Judaism has r ev- Why do not the rabbis give more
ered and adored all through the of such sermons before their own
ages. dongregations ? Is it because the
Because "Einstein stasndh in awe Isynagogue has demonstrated htat
at the mystery of the universe," it is no place for those religious
our rabbis argue at length to prove ideas that once were held so valu-
that "passage after passage in the able ?
Bible shows that Einstein's cos- But the layman--does he not
mic religion sense is the heart of hunger for that "old-fashioned" ra-
the Bible's religious teaching." ligious manna that has time and
Perhaps Einstein is right. time again saved his soul from
Perhaps the rabbis are right. spiritual starvation
If so, then let the rabbis begin If the rabbi's perspective is the
our religious instruction ai over correct one, then let us disband
again. Let them take us by the our synagogues and reorganize as
hand and lead us into the new lecture brueaus. Itt would be much
light. Let them make us "unlearn" less expensive. Let us no longer
all that they have taught us in indulge in sham and hypocrisy.
the past. Let us stop making believe. Let
Perhaps they will accomplish us stop talking about our Judaism
this by a revision of our prayer and come out into the open and
book-a job now under way. Per- call ourselves by any one ofl a score
haps such a revision will teach us o~f fanciful names that many of our
what to believe when we stand in brethren already have taken for
the synagogue, prayer book in themselves and their creeds.
hand. Perhaps, then, we will not Certainly the rabbi must under-
have to depend so much on the stand that in this changing world
rabbi's interpretation of Judaism* lit is difficult enough to maintain
But how long will the revision Jthe faith without endeavoring to
last? riety of new phases, ideals, inter-
Will the rabbis fix a definite pe- convert the Jew to an endless va-
riod for certain interpretations, pretations, etc.
outlawed, outlived and as of no Is it not true that it we are to
effect on and after a specified keep Judaism a igI mean the
date 7 kind of Judaism ai~kt today seems
If a revision is good today, why so, "old-fashioned '--it is going to
not tomorrow. Do not our froms be only by preachmng at and teach-
and our perspective e ange frm ig it ?
day to day? 11How else is Judalsm going to be
On the other hand, who wil say perpetuated
that the layman has not a right By empty pews ?
to change his mind as often as ai I am nt so disturbed over what
rabbi--even more frequently for some call the problem of our Jew.
that entse and not read the iobloe he tsm che asi over t
L~et the rabbi continue to reahse among our adults who ought to
the mind of the layman as towha know better because of their past
his Judaism really ks altogher wiIairningst ofemndu on, ch out k
rAs a matter of fact, most of oft interest, of separation from syn-
them have done so already* agogue.
It is of course a wreakness --j Th.s much we must recogmsze.
there are those who say it is its it we are to have a Judalam that
strength--that Judaism has no cen- will sustain us, that will give us
tral authority. There le no osespiritual substance, it aill have to
spot that can e plain a funda a come to us from the synargogue. It
mental of (Continued on Pae 5)
spiritual rleadrs generally to asc- (orl~do se
trail a ton load for miles with
ease. They worked willingly, but
occasionally they turned on their
attendants and killed them."
But this was drawing the long
bow a little too far.
"I say, old chap," said a shocked
voice from the corner, "what sort
of ants were they?"
The inoffensive individual re-
Two Irishmen were once walk-
ing toward New York, when they
met a man and asked him how
much farther they had to travel,
and were told that it was yet 20
miles to the great city.
Faith, we'll not reach it to.
night," said one of them, much
"Och, Pat, come on. Twinty
moils! Share that's not much; only
tin moils apiece. Come on."
When a bald-headed man re-
moves his hat in an elevator, it
isn't so much courtesy as heroism.
If trifles annoy you, remember
it isn't the can that worries the,
dog, but the fact that it is tied to
Many of the fellows who howl
loudest for justice don't want it
There's nothing much in having
at peundid future unless we can
BILL'S IN TROUBLE
Dear Parson: Prse got a letter,
parson, from my son away out
west, an' my ol' heart is heavy as
an anvil in my breast to think the
boy whose future I had once so
proudly planned should wander
from the path of right an' come to
such an end.
I told him when he left us only
three short years ago he'd find
himself a-plowin' a mighty crooked
row-he'd miss his father's coun-
sels and his mother's prayers, too,
but he said the farm was hateful'
an' he guessed he'd have to' go. I
know thar's big temptation for a
youngster in the west, but I be-
lieved our Billy had the courage
to resist, an' when he left I"
warned him of the ever waiting'
snares that lie like hidden serpents
in life's roadway everywhere; but
Bill he promised faithful to be'
keerful an' allowed he'd build a
reputation that'd make asl migh~ty~
But it seems as how my counsel
sort o' faded from his mind,sand
now the boy's in trouble of th~e
vaer wso slom tat I o ehw
sort o' knoi~wed that Bill was a-
trampin' on a mighty rocky road,
but nev6 ~once imagined he would
b my edi shame an' in h
He writes from out in Denver, an'
the story's mighty short; I jut
can't tell hisl mother-Ittll crush
her poor ol' heart, an' so I reckoned
you might break the news to her
-Bsills in the lgistor' but liar
Idoesn't say what far.
The tunnel we just passed
through cost twelve million dol-
lars, said the young man to his
Oh, ~really, did it ? she replied,
as she rearranged her disheveled
hair. "Well, it certainly was worth
Long-winded lecturer: "If I have
talked too long, it's because I
haven't my watch with me, and
There's no clock in this hall "
Voice from audience
a calendar behmd you.
Weary Willie slouched into the
pawn sholi. "How much for this
"Fouir dollars," he said.
"Why," cried Weary Willie,
"that coat's worth ten dollars if
it's worth a penny."
"I wouldn't give you ten dollars
for two like that," sniffed Isaae.
"Four dollars or nothing?"
"Are you sure that's all it's
worth?' 'asked Weary Willie.
..Four dollars," repeated Isane
TWell, here's yer four dollars,
said Weary WTillie. "This overcoat
was hangin' outside yer shop, and
/I was wondering' how muchit was
Policeman (to intoxicated man
who is trying to fit his key to a
lamp-post): "'"Pm afraid, my man,
the eis nobody home there to.
Stude: "Mus' be, mus' be, thersh
a light pstairsh."
Teacher: "Howf is it that you
haven't made more progress ? At
your age I could read fluently."
Pupil: "Maybe you had a better
teacher than I, sir.*
If you ever expect to build eas.
ties -anywhere, you'll have to build
them' in the air first.
A stubborn man soon gets on
our ner~ves-unless he happens to
be on our side of the argument.
A word to the wise is sufficient
but an entire library could not
convince thel otherwise
Two mysteries to the average
man: telephone swritchboard and
how' his wife can 'find so many
places to put his belongings.
After a man has made a repu.
station, ~how the memoriese of his
friends are refre~shed!
The think-tank is like the gas
tank---itm ton't take you anywhere
We :believe' most anyone who
tells tis that we're right, but no
o bu 'urreve ein convince us
Remember, there is no. law
agaiiist putting on' a. little maus~ele,
and putting aside a little cash, by
hustling frieght on the docks while.
you are waiting for your ship. to
"On the golden sands of old Mi-
ami's shore," the phiyboys of dear
old Florida -are caroling and gam-
boling these days. Students to the
right of me, students to the left
of me, students in frdnt of me, col-
legians from here, there, and ev-
erywhere, are enjoying the warmth
of this southern elime. And what
a get-together on the beach; i s
a regular conclave. Swimming,
sun bathing, and mainly kibbitzing
hold the spotlight during the day.
During the night under the trop-
ical moon, with palm trees swar-
ing in the breeze, wit music from
a distant radio or orchestra float-
ing through the sits and with ro-
mance in the atmosphere, well,
your story is as good as mine. Or
when one tires of the beach there
are dances, shows, the dogs, and
divers other forms of amusement.
There is an old adage that states
that one does not appreciate what
one has until he no longer has it.
No doubt all of you have at some
time or other been away from
home and realize the feeling one
has on returning. But what a
feeling it is to have to leave it
again after realizing at last what
it means to be home. But that's
the way life goes, things cannot
always remain good. That time of
chneis now approaching only
too fast. Monday will indeed be
a blue one as the boys slowly but
All too soon it will be back to
tdisand examinations and the
coparatively dull life of a sta.
dn.But, sh, what memories we
wilcherish! P'm regretful that I
hVe written in this sort of reverie
btI'm sure you will pardon me
whnyou realize that we come
hoeonly three weeks out of nine
oth.Musing like this is not
tebest thing in the world for a
ongfellow to do so Pll1 call it a
I sincerely wish you all a fost
Charity may begin at home, but
nooy stays there long enough to
Being poor is perfectly honor-
blbut one soon tires of the
Why doesn't someone design an
tmoiethat will automatically
coff the switch and pitch the
out of his car whenever he
a fool chance t
Irx. I.;i.;~..l.. ..:.
yriday, December:80, less '
''BE JEWI[SH PLOIRIDIAN
~~Sthid~ ,,, ,,, ulltf
Fdlted by RABBI 8. M. MACHTEI
Foidrand Director Radio Sgynager ~of America
SUNDAY MORNINGS W IO D, MIAMI, FLORIDA
EIrITRIAL NO ELThe Radio, Synases Bulletin is the effort on my pr
to comply with the many requests I have received For copies of my sermons.
Sor tao w~eek I made an effort to issue an exclusive Bulletin. It was printed
sad mailed to you at my own expense. Advertisers helped to defray only part
of the extiehase involved. I must limiit the amount of self-sacrifice that make
the~ Radia. SYoasog possible. I have found It unfair to mysrelf to continue
the Bulletin as an exclusive and independent publication. The publisher and
editor of the Jewlah Floridlan has armed to cooperate with me by carrying
t Radio 9nasop Bulletin as a regular feature each week. For this I
RABBI: S. Mi. MACHTEI.
i' "MENORAH, OR CHRISTMAS TREE"
r~iAST EVENING, shortly after dark, I passed the house of a neig~h-
81bor,' on my street, and I was surprised to see two candles burning
.in a window. I did not know that a Jew lived there. Last night
was the eve of the second day of Chanukah ,the Feast~of D~edication,
and the ritual requires two candles to be lit in the Menorah, or can-
delabra. I peered more intently and noticed thait the two lights were
electric bulbs set in candlesticks of special construction. Above these
lights, suspended in the window, was a wreath of holly. No Jew hived
in that home. It was a Christmas decoration. Yet, two candles
burned on the second night of Chanukah--burned where, in accord-
ance to the Jewish law, the Chanukah candles should be placed--on
the window sill, exposed to public view, "le'firsume nisaw," to an-
nounce the miracle, to publicize the fact that a miracle had been per.
rHEREair~e ~Jewish homes in the land which, this day, do not have
SChanishah lights and a Menorah exposed to view, but which have
cleared the front room to allow space for a Christmas tree. While
I mistook the Christian- home with its two candles last night for a
Jewish home, no one will mistake the ornamented and electrically-
lighted tree, visible from the street, as belonging to a Jewish home.
I admire the Christian who is observant of his religion. I would not
have him otherwise. The Christian admires the Jew who is observant
of his own religion and has nothing but scorn, though ofttimes con-
cealed, for the Jew who mimics his Christian neighbor. I should resent
such actions by a Jew, were l a Christian. The Jew can't possibly be
sincere. I distrust the non-Jew who imitates a Jew in the observance of
his rFeligion. I impute motives of ridicule to such acts. It is not in-
cumbent- upon the Christian to observe my religion. He was not
taught to believe in the ritual that I follow though he believe in the
same God. Likewise, the Jew was not taught to observe Christmas,
whick: is ~purely a religious festival for Christians. I have had Jews
excuse. their use of the Christmas tree in the home with the statement,
"This is the time of year when good-will prevails. It is purely a gesture
of the spirit of the time. The children enjoy it a -the tree, the lights
and ~the gifts." .That's all very fine. The statement is based on ig-
norance. Christmas is the Festival of the Nativity. It commemorates
the date of the ~birth of Jesus, t~he Messiah of the Christ~ians of the
earth. As such it can have no significance for the Jew. If he -ob-
serve it for its exchange of gifts, devoid of its religious meaning; and
those Jews who do, do it only in that sense; he is to be censured by
his Christian neighbors for belittline a day so holy to them. And
Christmas is a holy day in the Christian calendar. The birth of a
God, the son of God, the Savior, is not to be taken lightly, by the
adherents of that faith, or any other faith. Few thinking Christians
take. this literally. They have been taught the spiritual significance of
the event and its symbolism. All other creeds respect the teachings
and ceremonials of contemporary religions.
Q.--What is the meaning of the lis extended to the whole of the
that number as great as the number of homes in which Jews have!
To do II Tr, emunee
Did You Know
The meet laportant thing fa alc
las year eye doctor is sensiderlas his
opersence and repatation*
asnr year. Toem rtin n
Idiums i the heat or our ablutt.
Bandreds comu';t.;i +w cv~
*6~. r ISE MVe.
Fl r aa
"or te Pursutq
The club's quarters are at
the diesp salnob its melbrs
play bridge, and for all other
social or latellectual pur-
poses which may tend to in-
cra hircmot rhp
wHec m sot ave some special sig- the spirit as mlelf as to the lea
nif..ri., sic ,,. is < one m.= or th* L w T s* ....ti t s..
tioned in Jewish religious writings. Torah is synonymous with "law.
Felix A. Freund. book" gave rise to the false no.
Chicago, Iii.tion that the Jewish religi s
C.'hicgoh lHebrew word Torah purely nomistic system o ble
A.-s nt have its exact equivalent land practice so that Judaism la
oreekes onglsh langushey ar th w InI roe lty hawe relthie wor
oldest translations, of the Bible Torah designates teachings as well
Tor i edr b the Greek as laws, even the latter bein v
term nomos for which the English en in ethical form and contained
trnlation of the New Testament in historical narratives of an eth,
trans th odL he fact is ical character. Solomon Seheha
thttefull imlication of the He- in his Some Aspects of Rabbinic
that t chnica term Torah cannot Theology, New York, 1909, pp
beewccurately expressed in any 116-169, offers an admirable ex.
o English word. In the Hebrew position of Torah and its place In
onbe the word Torah when simply Jewish life.
and correctly translated offers the
meaning of "teaching," referring Fory, Ya~lr Hest~ Sae a
to any kind of instruction whether 1 ew York Bread and Cake Co.
given in the home or in the school. BREAD AND CARES
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people in whose heart is my (To- --- .;
rah) law" (Isaialth 51 ) ndpTos-ig g g
Biblical Jewish lre lhe wrkid TofMPO
rah denotes a par icu ar tidotal E~
teach n, ansd t ho th~en su ism. FEDERATION
The Jewish sages made the word ORCHESTRAS
Torah a convenience vehicle into
which they were able to compress WHY?2
more meaning than can be ob- Reibe- epn bl
tained through the use of any eib Dpnal
other word in the Hebrew lan- Experienced Organized
guage. Rehe rsed
In general Jewish parlance the S
Hebrew word Torah is commonly And Trying To Maintain A tLiiart
applied to designate the Pentatuch, Wage SCale
especially its Hebrew text, wheth- .,
er it be the Safer Torah (Scroll of Miami Federation
the Law used in the Synagogue) af Mus *a
printed form. In strict theolog- LOUIS` J. NETT, Secretary
ical significance, the word Torah Phone 2-8912
" Ask and Ye Shall
Q.---Several years ago there ap.
pared a book called "M dPeri ou
know something about its an ho
and its contents.
1sae L. Gellis
Colum us, 10i.
A.---"My Perilous Life" by Ro a.
mund Dale Owen was .pu blished in
London in 1929. It is an autobi~-
graphical work by the trad-
daughter of Robert Owen, t E-
mous socialist, and the daughter of
RobEr:t Dale Owen who was kno., n
for his keen in:3nest in Ecultism.
She is the widow of Laur dce Oli-
phant who was a Zionist before
the birth of the modern Zionlst
movemen,t and who endeavored as
far backr as 1879 to negotiate with
the Sultan oa Jurewio thoe inPal-
lishment o ei hm Pl
estine. These negotiations caine
to nothing, but ~Oliphant made his
horne in Palestine, nand his widow
continued his interest nond phoesses-
siount he intrigues and difficul-
ties she had to overcome and the
satisfaction she found, all woven
into a kind of ha ~.:' n~ the p-ower
of faith and~ the u~nportlance of sex-
unl purity. There is much about
voices and visionsj with explana-
tions of occultism. The Zionism of
Laurence Oliphant has here be-
come assimilated to the hope for
the conversion of the Jews to
Christianity. But the autobio-
Igraphical incidents are told im-
Ipressively, with a power height-
/ened by simplicity.
MIAMI ,FLORID)A, JAN. 1, 1983
substituted a Christmas tree ?
pbERMIT ME to digress, dear friends, and to tell you something that
a I would not wish my Christian audience to hear. But ,as most of
them are attending church services this morning, fewer Christians will
hear this than on a~ny regular Sunday. Were l a Christian I would
present the participation by Jews in Christmas festivities, publicly or
privately.' You don't believe in the Savior, why make a fuss over His ~
birth? Oh, you observe this season because you want to send gifts
to your non-Jewish friends ? Send them Purim gifts-Mishloach
mans. Or, send them Chanukah tokens. Christmas affords you an
opportunity to demonstrate your esteem? That's a very poor demon-
stration. Where is your esteem all the rest of the year ? Were there
no reminder at Christmas time would you send a gift ? I doubt it,
.No,' no, dear friend, those excuses you offer are very weak. The truth
is that you are ignorant of Judaism. You are also ignrpant of human
nature. The average human being wants to be alone with his kind
for a religious observance. The presence of your Semitic features
as a participant, with him, of so holy a day, to him, as Christmas,
does not add to his enjoyment of the festival. As he passes your
home and sees the lights on the tree, he wonders at you. When he
passes and sees your Chanukah lempel--your Menorah, he admires you.
SOW, a word to our Christian friends. Today, Christmas Day, you
are~ happy with your new-born Babe. He was a Jewish child--
his mother a Jewess. His blood-relatives still live on the face of the
earth. If you love Him you must love His family, also. All we ask
is that you show it. Make this season one of real, sincere, good-will
and fellowship. Let this little child lead you over the paths He trod.
Learn from Him to love all men. As for us, we shall spread light
through the Chanukah Menorah, burning on the window ledge, to pro-
claim the miracle of the ages, the survival of the pepole saved by the
""22 YEARS IN MIAMP .
SO, the Jew who observes Christmas does it for the beauty of it
Sfotr his children; he sees in it an excuse for showering gifts on his
family and friends; and, he finds a means of pouring out the love he
has for his fellowmen--his spirit of good-will ? How tragic! A Jew
who does not find in Judaism an opportunity to lavish his love upon
his family; who does not see beauty in the practices of Judaism-in
the home ritual for the various festivals; and who lacks an outlet ~for
his pent-up emotions of love for mankind in the limitless breadth of
Jewish teachings and practices. Passover and the Seder lack beauty
for his children. Purim and the Shiloach Manos the sending of gifts
to the poor and needy, and the exchange of presents among friends and.
neighbors, falls short of permitting him to demonstrate his affections
for his family. The all-embracing and universal-encompassing teach-
ings of Judaism restrain his desire to embrace all the children of men
--the children of the Common Father of Men. How pitiful, that a
Jew should grow up from childhood so ignorant of the wealth of his
own people's religion ? How poor must that home have been that a
child should cast ~longing eyes into the home of another ? How barren
must that jewish home have been all that is truly Jewish to have
raised ~a generation that sees something novel in the practice, by an-
other, of those beautiful rituals that have been borrowed from his
father's house. I could trace the bond between Christmas and Chan-
ukah, Ijut this is not the time to do it. Christmas is beautiful for the
Christian-when he understands it. Had it not been for the self-
sacriffee of the Maceabees there would have been no Jews after the
reigri at Antiochus IV. Obviously there coidld not have been born, 185
years after the Maceabeean revolt, among Jews, of their flesh and
blood, one who was hailed as the Son of God, and through whose faith
millions haive been made happy. The Maccabees rendered a service
to the yet unborn Christissity. Their heroism and martyrdom has in-
spired~ many in both the parent religion and its offsprinS*
IT fjia sad commentary on the Jewish home life and the educational
system to find Jews observing Chri'stmas through ignorance of
whdt they may have within their own teachings. What occupies the
minds of the Jewish parents to the exclusioni of thoughts so vital to
then as the fixture happiness of their childten? In how many Jewish
homesb have Channkah candles been lit these past two alghts ? Is 1
FrSiti~y; Il)icrsrbrr~c~0~ #
------_ ~ ~--- ----- --I-
~Man's Long Lost Rib-WOMAN
('Reprinted by Special Request)
She's afraid of a roach, she'll scream at a mouse
But she'll tackle a husband as big as a house
She'll take him for better, she'll take him for worse,
She'll split his head open and then' be his nurse.
And when he is well and can get out of bed
She'll pick up a tea pot and throw at his hiead.
She's faithful, keen sighted, loving and kind,
She's crafty, she's witty, deaf, dumb and blind.
She'll lift a man up, she'll cast a man down,
She'll crown him her king, she'll make him her clown.
You fancy she's this, but you find that she's that,
For she'll play like a woman and fight like a cat.
In the morning she will, in the evening she won't,
And you're always expecting she does but she don't.
She'll adore you in truth and ignore your worst fib--
Now, here you have WOMAN--MAN'S long lost rib.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiner, 1040
ated her second birthday anniver-
Iguest was presented with a gift
young guests and the hostess are
2 tbsps. flour, @ tsp. salt, 2 tbsps.
creame, 3 egg yoHs and c hites
g~ar, 1 tbsp. melted butter, 1 tbsp.
lemon juice, 1%z tsps. grated lem-
on rind, 'k lb. almonds, V1a cup
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.
Sour Milk Latkes
1% cups sour milk, 2 eups flour,
4 teaspoons baking powder,
1 egg, 1 tsp. salt, 2 tsps, melted
Sift the flour, salt and baking
powder, and mix. Add the egg
(beaten) and slowly pour in the
sour milk until smooth. Beat
throoughly as you add the melted
butter. Pour tablespoonful por-
tions on hot griddle or hot greased
pan. When one side is hnwrn, turn
and brown reverse side. Serve
hot with powdered sugar, sinna-
mon and sugar, or maple syrup.
1 tbsp. butter, % cup sugar, 2
eggs (beaten), 1 tsp. cinnamon, 1
tsp. cloves, 1 tsp. ginger, 1%~ cups
four, 1 teaspoon baking pow-
der, 1 tsp. cocat, 1 tsp. nutmeg, 1
tsp. baking soda, 1 tbsp. boiling
water, %~ cup sour cream, % cup
walnuts (chopped), %~ eup raisins
(chopped), %~ cup molasses.
Cream sugar and butter, add
eggs, then dissolve in boiling wa-
ter all the spices, soda, baking
powder and molasses, and add to
mixt sinsAddA soflo em, nts
thick. Bake in a slow oven in
Who can remember the good old
days when we could make eight
dollars a day and spend ten ?
himself in the same fix as that
This happens so often that it's
a wonder they don't get up ys
tem for weighing people 8no
body's foot on the see
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A small boy dashed out of a
corner drug store. He was in great
delight over something, and the
clerks and customers were all
He had gone into the store all
by himself to get weighed, and
was so small that he could not
reach the slot. So a clerk put
his penny in for him, but, at the
same time, he jammed his big foot
down on the scales platform.
The little boy didn't weigh more
than about fifty pounds, but the
cleork's- foot made the indicator fly
And so the boy dashed out to
tell his folks. He thought he had
suddenly grown to be almost a
Often a grown man gets fooled
the same way when something is
put over on him that makes him
feel bigger than he really is.
Perhaps a man gets a big of-
fice in Washingt~on, with salary
and responsibility too large for his
size. And if he doesn't realize that
sinister Yact, he becomes ~ery
,'smart" and important. And then,
if he loses his easy job, he finds
~peelalising in Haireats and Finger
Wa~vins -- Halr Dred
I3 N 2 s. *I AE
END OF YEAR
.. COATS, HATS, TAMS, POCKET BOOKS,
CHILDREN'S DRESSES, SWEATERS,
. BABY'S THINGS, SILKB DRESSES, PARTY
DRESSES, FANCY TABLE CLOTHS,
DRAPERIES, CURTAINS, UNDERWEAR,
SILKL ROBES, PAJAMlAS
Faymus Fay s
24 N. MIAMlI AVENUE
INEXPENSIVE GIFTS TO FIT
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PARTS AND ACCESSORIES
480 N. Mldadi Ave.
No Charge for Examination
Friday, December 80, 1982
ANNIVERSARY IS OBSERVED
Ber~nard Serkin, the son of Mr.
nd Mrs. B. Serkin, a pupil of the ,
iami Jewish Orthodox Talmud
or~ah will be Bar Mitzva at the
ynagog Saturday, December 31, 1
the morning services be n nriin- :
3 1~ M. The parents j
t Kididush folll<~l: wu tu
11I their friend. .: u 11
fihe winter affairs ;;
a, by it were discus; t
ig of the Ladies Au; B arbara R. Weiner, daughter of i
he ;, 11 ~iami Jewish Ortho~- S. W. Thirteenth Avenue, celebr
.\ I:.~a~on astTuec~ri (Sary with a garden party. Each
egaton astTuee'd by the hostess. Some of the ye
i. ilorts were heard fromn shown here.--Courtesy Miami H
I u mnunttee and a very sn:
T:lair is indicated by the
.~.tickects. A social hour fol- Si5J~
dHc~ the bus ness meeting. ( Reip68(Or the
A bienalit bridge for Senior Ha- Je is Fa 1
Issah will be held at the Black;- W H I
:one Hotel on January 23, and ~5
111 details will be anonunced inE Kileh
Ir next issue. 2 1gs I/q cu s flour, ts ,
*at *~ *gsp, baigp we, p.
Emunah Chapter, O. E. S., held salt, % ts. bakm powd ter do
re last meeting of the season un- atKlen t l~ineloh athik th n
rr the direction of the Matron, wihsgr rc l vrwt
liss Bertha Mendelson, at the wt ua.Pikaloe ih
cottish Rite Temple last Thurrs- mns, tah sdi eona be a ont a3
ay evening. inches long. Sprinkle pan with
Reports were read by all yearly flour before putting in the which.
>mmittees; outstanding being the let aeutl rw aota
!port of the Worthy Matron, who
voted her year for charitable
larposes. Mrs. Lena Simon, As-
,eiste Conduetress of the chapter,
as selected to serve as sponsor
Sthe East in the Order of Beati-
Ides. Mrs. Sadye Rose, secre-
lry for the past five years, was
iven a bridge lamp for her faith-
11 services during her term of of-
ce. Before the meeting closed,
ior~thy Matron presented each of-
cer and pro tem an imported
eeklace,a an n turnb fapresentn
Officers. After all business was
ispensed with, the Yo-Yo spread
as drawn for, Mrs. Betty Kof-
Iff of 373 Ralph Avenue, New
ork City, being the lucky winner.
M r. and Mrs. Herman Kahn and
rmily of Brooklyn, N. Y., are vis-
ing Miami Beach for the winter
caso testre stopping at the
half hour). _
Honey Fruit Cake
1% eups honey, 2-3 eup butter,
13 cups four, 3 eggs, Ih cup milk,
2 cups raisins, 1 tsp. cinnamon, 1
tsp. cloves, %i tsp. salt, 3 tsps.
Mix honey and butter thorough.
ly, adding the well-beaten eggs.
Sift dry ingredients and add them
one at a time alternating with the
milk. Bake for 2 hours in slow
5 egg yolks and whites, %f lb.
sugar, 1 tbsp. water, % lb. flour,
1 tsp. baking powder, vanilla,
Mix the egg yolks, sugar, water,
vanilla, flour, baking powder and
anise seeds with the beaten egg
whites. Bake in square buttered
tins. When cool, cut in narrow
strips about 1 inch wide. Toast on
4 medium asize op~t tes, 2 eggs,
%L cup flour, 1 heaping tsp. salt,
1 heaping teaspoonful baking
powder, 1% lb. melted butter.
Grate the potatoes and drain d
the water. Ad Ithe Greer i puedi-
ents, mixing 1el. Graeapd
ding dish and heat it. Then pour
in mixture and bake until brown
with firm crust (about %a a r)o i
medium oven. Recipe makshouldbe
generous servings, and shudb
About seventy children attend-
t the aChanu~kanhdcelelrationla
n day mroning when they were
Sinstt hoo oC bh sogeaio .
Continuing Christmas celebra-
m" at Jackson Memorial Hospital,
trie egan Sn ay morning wi h
seac ptiet a obr F ir hI
rector of Milady's Radio Club of
Inerica, presented a program of
Entertainment MondayI on the lawn
"S o the Deering ward for more
Patients who were able, left
eir beds and walked to the lawn
any enhe tohe proormw il
ken there in wheelchairs.
Takin pr t pgr we
an d ad ai orehesta R ~
Be Smith spae Eddle
Cottase Cheese Ple
4 tbs s. shortening, 2 eggt yok,,-
2 tbsps. lemon juice, W tsp. salt, :
%L cup sifted flour, 8 tbsps. water'
1 tsp. baking powder. k
Cream shortening. Add yok,
juice, water, then add dr; ingr di
ents. Pat diroilh with longer Ll
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
jOClety .. .
Mrs. William Olein and Mrs.
snh E. Caplan will be hostesses I
mone of the regular card parties 1
,onsored by the Ladies Auxiliary ~
Ithe Miami Jewish Orthodox Tal- ;
ud Torah next Tuesday evening,
mnuary 3, beginning at 8 o'clock.
rizes will be awarded for high
,ores and refreshments will be
!rved. The public is invited to
Jewesses who give of their very
life for their fellowmen ? Is there
not the danger that we will (or
have we not already done sof)
prove that Judaism in a sense finds
its greatest accomplishment out-
side the synagogue ?
Why is it that many who are
conspicuous in Jewry's behalf
are not synagogue attendants?
It may be that they do not need
the synagogue for its spiritual
Perhaps Judaism means some-
thing entirely different to thent
from anything they might learn in
Who knows--maybe if the syna-
gogue had the active assistance
and participation of some of these
wonderful men and women, some
`CFor instance. In a time when
ie' ey, irnl atmare tired by a -
for years were the very backbone
of the synagogue, find themselves
helpless to carry on in a time when
men are apt to lose their faith in
God and humanity, what did some
of our synagogues do ?
They refused admission on Ros1
Hashanah and Yom Kippur unless
men either paid up their arrears
or came to the office and made ad-
Just think of it. The most
damnable situation that ever ex-
isted in the life of the modern syn-
agogue.. The otherwise erudite
and sharp witted synagogue spon-
sors could not understand that men
who for years had met their com-
munal responsibilities bravely, and
2:.adly, could not come in and suf-
fer the embarrassment and humili-
ation that would go with "explan-
AN AMBULINE BOR AN
(Continued from Page 8)
was ever thus, and ever will be.
It will not be sufficient to heap (
praises, however much deserved,
upon those who are doing wonder- i
ful things for mankind through
philanthropic endeavor. Is there
not too much stress on the "great-
ness" of those noble Jews and
7 IE JEWISH FLORIDIAI
West Palm Beach St. Petersban
Beth Israel Sisterhood sponsored Friday night services are
a dance at the temple annex Sun. Congregation Bnai Israel 1
da night, Dec. 25th. The com. S. Kleinfeld, rabbi, officiatia
m ttee in charge consisted of Mrs. Rabbi will preach on "'rl)
0. P. Gruner, chairman, assisted of a Living Creed." aS
by Mrs. Sam A. Goldstein and Mrs. morning services begin at g
y andnuS School at 10
Some folks walk for fun and
others for exercise, but Walk-
a-thon gives the spectators the
first and themselves the latter. And
it will start New Years eve at
the Cinderella Ballroom and last
TheP team~ consfisting~ of boys
Y~iDav Feldman. "- '1~ L L A. 5
and girls, will start on their tour ae daily Hebrew classes at 4 I
of the ballroom and walk on and
on, with a few minutes out of Regular Friday night services A pedi hnka ee
eqeach hour for a rest period and Beth Israel Congregation area held w plnit h nuah crowd
During that brief intermission, every Friday at the temple, Dr. rium. The children p
the Steeplechase will be run. Carl N, Herman offielating, fol-ply hihde murs
And when the Steeplechasers lowed by a sermon.Apulcemntono
.p are bounding over the obstacles brew classes was condue
and skipping the' hurdles, dancing, Beth El Congregation held their fore the play, and inelade
~MRS. HYMAN N. LEVY absolutely free, will be the menu nomination and election of officers station of poems both in theB
Chairman of the Annual Jewish for the patrons and several acts of recently. The following were and English. The po~
Welfare Bureau Charity Ball. vaudeville thrown in. elected: Jack Sneider, president; eluded with the lightn
ation." There will be no dull moin~ents Ben Ryder, vice president; Irving candles by the Hebrew d
What was the result? Empty at the Cinderella from New Years Moss, secretary; John Wolf, treat the singing of traditional
pews. Empty hearts. Empty Ju. eve on, this is the first appear- urer; trustees, Teddy Simon, Mdor- melodies. Those taking sr
daism. ance of the Walk-a-thon in the ris Mosts, Harry Greenblatt, Max Bernard Fuchs, Jerome pGol
As a plain out-and-out business South, and of course Miami leads Moss, Ben Wax. Philip Benjamin, B. 8we
proposition, how much better It the procession in introducing new --Abie Kats.
would have been to send out this and novel entertainments. Beth El Congregation meets Fri-
sort of announcement: "Dear Broth. The contestants will be compet- day night at the Moose Hall, 434%~ A very delightful Chan~t
ers in Israel. This is no time t~o ing for $2,000.00 in cash prizes, Clematis Street, with Mr. Irving ty was held at the hom
pahk uf ohng eha eil cnl rdbeadivided ep am ng the wi-IMoss and J. Solomori officiating. Ieeh e
trying in these days of depression a-thon and Steeplechase, And these Mrs. Maurice Dickson of 524 Miaceabees.
and despondency. Let the Light days that is enough money to Hampton Road, has returned t
of God's Countenance shine upon cause a lot of folks to do some her home after an absence o ten Gra ok aeproa
you. Come to the synagogue andl heavy pondering. days. She underwent an opetront ,by strength but by perseve
adore the Living God who will Come on over and spend New at the Good Samaritan Ho ital. g tns e o e t
show you the way. You will find Years eve at the Cinderella, where
yonder palace was raised lu
your admission cards enclosed. you can see the W~alka'thon, IMr. Jack Barash has retire ndsaiues -Jho.
Meet your financial obligation to Steeplechase and dance to your after a three weeks absence spent
the synagogue when .you can. But hearts content, as well as enjoy[ in Chicago and other cities.
in the meanwhile, come and in the the vaudeville and all for 25 cents. ------T
midst of ygur friends and families, The trustees of Beth Israel Con- *Ig
thank God for all Hiis blessings, iTalmud Torah gregation held a meeting Monday STEEPLECHASE
and render adoration in a spirit of night at the temple annex, when
humility and of thankfulness." B811 IS Planned final decision was made, upon al CIND)ERELLA
Again, as a business proposition, bazaar to be held sometimes in BALLROOM
such an attitude as this would have PnsfrteaulTlmdT-IFebruary, the exact date to be an-
eventually brought more money to ra eei albigsosrdnounced late. $,0 A HPI
the coffers of the synagogue than b h aisAxlayo h i
barring so many as was done. It am eihOtoo ogeai, Beth Israel Congregation holds
was the most conspicuous act of nlueaumrofutadigtheir Children's Hebrew Class 24 Hours Daily
stup dity, and lack of religious artists wh wil apear o usaduing th every Wlednesday afternoon at the' STARTS NEW YEAR'S 1
h a th Amsren sna-evening "Yo entertain the guests. temple annex.
The Mahi Shrine Temple on BiJ-l
thAngos on s h-ehscayne Boulevard will be the scene I C7--J~~---:- -- y
agogue that has become a symbol of this event and will e sp cially SAVE MONEY BY PATRONIZING
of religious commercialism..
Between the confusion the pulpit will eofemece deand tillcoe miidJ E S D L C T S
is creating with its upsets of long'
cherished ideals, and the creation Tekw e v rndodnhAND LUNCHEONETTE
/and management of synagogues eea ulcisivtdt t
that feature mortgages rather than gnrlpbi sivtdt t 02BSA N LD Cr 1hS.
spiritual hospitality, Judaism is tnthanulblonWde-PHONE 29658
day evening, January 25th.
badly in need of a major operation: Hadigaoplt -eo
Send for the ambulance--or the DELICATESSEN AND DAIRY PRODUCTS
undertaker. Chanukah Play SODAS, CIGARS,. CIGARETTES, DRUG SUNDRIES
Sandwiches to Take Out
WELCOME THE ----SPECIALS!
The Chanukah play to be pre- PeirFnyCiokSekSlo
NEW YEAR sented by the children of the Beth PeirFnyCiokSekSlo
IN REAL STYLE! Jacob Sunday school and Talmud 2Cn o ~
Torah scheduled for last Wednes- Skinless and Boneless Sardines, Premier Brand,
day night was postponed because 1/2 lb. each., 2 Coas for 28*
Banquet at the illu ol noen d cus ane and Strictly Freh D y Old Eggs
EN M 0 in the Synagog at 11 A. M., wheir
NENIO a complete Chanukah program Open 6 A. M., to 2 A. M.
HOTEL will be presented.
at virst st.ThCeeeyittinA etigheew
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189 8RY~BOLD ARCA~D~E