The Jewish Floridian

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The Jewish Floridian
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
December 2, 1932
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;


Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami


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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Juior Hadassah ICleary Wages Sisterhood Hoia sT,,
,nucally Week Plannedi Active Campai~ Sab ath ]tbentAnoce nt

eahThe 1, -oeta iehnrdctzn MIAMI JBEWISH ORLTHODOX
paticpat o as e of a a n un r citsen Sisterhood of Temple Israel en-( CONG EGTION *
.ZARUS AXELROD National Hadassah Membership prominent in it uiesadtertained the members of the tem-j 15415 S. W. Third Street
...........unmilin~mweek beginning December 3rd and cIvie life, attended a meeting of ple at a traditional Sabbath din- JNHE ALN ab
hi en ing December 8th. This Friday voters at the Cove Inn last Tues- ner Friday evening, which includl- Regular services begin at 5:45
to write some hng night Hadassah Sabbath will be day night. Dan Chappell, promn- ed ceremonials, songs and blessings p. m., with the late Open Forum
,he rab inia bjetu observed throughout the Greater linent attorney and legislator pre- dircebyD.JobHKpln srvesa8:5whnR biC -
,a bthi dubelcate nd Miami aea,s ith ten rsab go and added Mn itor ~ed le y, w ak- The surprise of the evening was na ies lp ac s e shtofus
nch has been writ- giving short talks on Haash aiga ctv apinfrr-the celebration of D. J. Apte's~ toms and Ceremonies." Miss Hanna
of course, on the in- The members of Hadassah reelection, asked his hearers to judge b7;thday. At his cover placed be- Mack, representing the local Junior
aent several noted urged to attend the late services him on his record in office and his side the Sabbath bronze candel- Hadassah, will speak on the work
ceived at the hands at their own synagogue in obsery- standing as a citizen. He pointed abra stood a large decorated birth- lof her organization. A social hour
flations. hatura ly, lance of the beginning of Hadassah to the fact that he championed the day cake, the gift of .theSistrouera wil follow.s Seiat ura m o n trnm
prfesin s ot week. During each night of the cas faltectzn fMaihood. Dr. Kaplaninrdedasvcsbenat9.m.ndae-
,pression. Whether entire week various affairs will be Beach and did not represent mere- Inumber o~f the guests who offered noon services at 5 p. m. Daily
aftered to a greater Igiven, and the culmination of the i ly a small minority of self-seeking grief congratulatory remarks. Minyan is held beginning at 8:30
Layman is a prob- observance will be a "Monte interests. He urged the factthat' They included Mrs. Isaac Levin, a m. and all are welcome.
re and obscure to be C~arlo" night for paid up members, as mayor of the city he took ~the' president* Major K. Mandell, Ga-
ais weekly: chat. I to be held at the Beth David Tal- oath of office to administer its briel Newberger, Herbert Ul. Fie- CONGREGATION BETH JACOH
'read in a brillicantI mud Torah hall Mtonday evening, duties without fear or favor, and bemn eadLws r ei,(Orthodox)
iiSolomon Goldman, December 12th. Lavishly gowned in acting as mayor he faithfully M. beMack ofal News York ceitand 81 ahntnAe
standingg rabbis, the women, representative movie stars, and fearlessly performed that du- Louis Wolfson. Miami B~each
iting piece of news. caae acrrdi eerte y He denounced the effort off Mr. Apte is president of the L. AXELROD, Rabbi
egation," says this w 11 all be represented, and the some of his opponents to associ- Temple. The late Friday evening services
Life, 'ttllep intebted- gambling casino of the famous re-. ate him with elements that raised Mrs. Bert Reisner was general begin tonight (Friday) at 8:r30
i muntd o $2, sort will be reproduced during the an issue of creed or religion ant Ichairman, assisted by Mrs. L Zei- o'clock, when the rabbi will de-
Sthen decided that evening. Those .desiring to take defied anyone to show any act dur- entz, Mrs. Kaplan and Mrs. Apte/ liver a sermon on "Can we do
aching had lost its I part in this evening of extraor. ing his entire career, both in pub- Out of town guests included Mr. without religion ?" The sermon
aceremoaniously dis- I dinary entertainment are asked to llic and private life, which could and Mrs. A. Stone, Chicago; Mr. will, be based on the Bibieal pas~-
Sdebtpain notes Iget in touch with Miss Bede Gold- even remotely show that he did an rsM.NBemnAltIcse"Mndtnoliebbrd
natue / 1940." enblank, 20921, or Miss Lensr not espouse the cause of real City; Mr. and Mrs. Coles, Chi- aoe u yeeyhn htpo
4," ckd te Winke, 718. Aerianim ad te rght ofev-cago, and Mrs. N. Thiel, Philadel- ceedeth from the mouth of the
ery citizen to the worship of his phia. Mrs. J. Waldner of Chicago. Lord$t (Deut., viii., 8).
dd w hh fac s iN e w B e th D a v id ""?gio w ito" m o esat"n ". *-,, \ ,T ibel "; "n Kn dj ba o 111 by a b

Woab. ocf b~i -re- t th pino.Boril a.n A juniousr -
5 twor~telhob ershirhro bondholders, had progressed dur- moSinette Ba Vice, of Jasob, byx
eo t sahleid by Rabbi M. Shapiro of New York,, i ng his administration despite the LOcal Worker's "I an .' rsoiv. rkea inquacodnucte
leading New York city arrived here Monday to as- failure of the council to support
mashmedl pro. sume his duties as rabbi of Beth him, and had made considerable MOther Dies 'by the rabbi will be part of the
veour cultural se. David Congregation. He is a native sainsithctyepdtue prog a.
Ets live by bread of New York City, attended public all for the benefit of its taxpay- ......... The Sabbatdih morin sermonaTa
e" is the reading land grammar schools there, and lers. Mrs. Rose Turkel of this city, wl ei idsha 03,aTl
eron. graduated from the City College of Mayor Cleary is receiving sup- mohro r.P cibrmdiakicms nteprino
hasin the Jewish New York. He attended and port from all citizens, some of prominent communal worker of *h ek "odt.
the rbbi, "isanot 8braduate firo th m aisheTheo- Iwhom opposed him two years ago. ghi riy id dlastilMondant COGRGAIO BEHDA

our history has then served for several years as *home, 1762 S. W. 14th terrace. Mrs.' (Conservative)
me ged from the rabbi of the Shaarei Israel Con- ]Beth David Turkel had been a resident of Mi- 139 N. W. Third Avenue

nt ehe ad e ce !geasto oanet MddwoeptGa onH Ms Sponsors Dance am" fr th pst 10 e hun adnd made ie egm br laea nF ht's n ght 5ev

Gradually la ge of the Sunday school and Talmud Final plans have been made for Beatrice. Funeral services, which arrived rabbi, preaching the ser-
or anized aro nd Torah of Beth David. He will the Goodwill dance of Beth David were attended by many friends of moain n. T he sal ongregatio nal
esthat were preach his first sermon at Beth Congregation this coming Sunday the family, were conducted at the raigadcatn ilb n
hnH gous.ein the iDavid tonight at 8:15. evn ni Dbee nbe dt d inidanc- Ae~rn fun ral home tby Rabb ith moed iaA ol atlrh -ii follow
.tever, congrega- Noe d S h Ila an elaborate program of entertain- Beth David plot of the City eeme-l TEMPLE ISRAELI OF MIAMI~
'etie multplied Ote C 0 Brment. Prominent stars in the local I ery. (eom
reason. The Jew- SiS!~ivaudeville field will be on hand to 7N.ENitenhtet
as1~t burie in a add to. the gaiety of the evening. Annual Event DR. JACOB H. KAP.LANr. Rahcl
sation.,, ~~~~~~A dance contest will be enjoyed Srie tTml sal i
our own Miami. Dr. Shelley Safir, dean of the and the winners will be awarded Is Success ami's Jewish Reform congregation,
tlte ourselves Yeshiva College of New York City, valuable prizes. The proceeds will 187 N. E. 19th st., will be held
heshave com ad family drrived here this week be used towards the Talmud Torah Frdyeniga8:.
fr he imlewhere his family will spend the fund ,of the congregation. In The second annual Turkey Trot M~r. Harry Simonhoff will speafk
hs n Herewwinter. Last Wednesday night charge of arrangements are Frank of the Junior Hadassah was held on the subject, "The Messiah in
but true. And they were the guests of Rabbi and Solomon and Mrs. Harry Oliphant. las~t week at the Ittianni Shrine Jewish History," and Mr. Day J.
dto a rabbi for Mrs. Jonah E. Caplan at dinner. The public is urged to attend. Temple and was af n~d~end by aApte,- the president of the conrgre-
I eaeths oDr. Safir will remain here for a large number o dnsand gtowl edtepaes n
onofth radr.few more days, being compelled Lc Arts geests. Appearing during the eve- Mr. Louis Zeients will read the
reproach of that to return by the duties of the of- Loa writing to entertain the guests were Kaddish services in Hebrew.
t Rbb God-fice which he occupies. T0 GriVe Retital Prfno ae ah di Miss Evelyn
add that e do -nest Culp in a vocal number; Steve 8
anzdTalmud Cammuinit Ce OF Miss Frances Kane, who is Brodie in a blackface number, the C a u aS p e

thse vTall mud Is Being Pln e amIIC~,i, studying under M% ;~~Hannah lelty songs and Bert Relaner in a1 .
.s itall cm im- Spiro Asher, will giva, a piano re- sont. Leo Ackerman was master Teana hnk upro
sh cmmuity Cetrecita ontheeveingof Dcemer f cremnies Reeivng uchthe Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami
by the parents Plans for a Community Cethe 19 at Reitalhall 1401i N. DE.b 2nd cmemendaion or te seivndi JuhITewh Orthod Coangrea tion wil
enerable pillars building were die reed b hlete ave Theca prgamwll, covel N. ,2com-manner in whic the affanir wa e ihel Otato th sngeagione the 4
Mass meetings members of te Z~be tltcae h rga ilc~ cm anri hc h farwsb eda h yaou h t
,,~nl andl positions of Bach, Mazurski, Men- conducted was the committee hea4- day of Chanuka, Illoudy evenjngE,

nare well at. Club, at a recently meebr2tbeinn t
80, at~horly acamaig wel be b gn delssohn and Schumann, and Missed c ly Mrs. Jennie Rottort as ab~hIr Deeme 28h, begoi alag at 7
edly so. But s ortly a ampaig wit which t.o Kane will play with Mrs. Asher the man~ Othe~-r-embers of the som- p. m.Inhaeofait aet
eetin t Tal. hre torie funds wihm wfo the beautiful Mendelsrsohn concerto in mitttee ware MerAdmes Goldie El- will be a committee coibrisis ~of
a 17acqurea tempo Rhoime S apire G Minor. Miss Travlj H. Lee, vio- man,' Charles Wbason, Ted -Gulki Mrs61. Wm. Mechllowits as chairman'
her -pk rify the linist, with Miss Elonise King as Leo S5teinberg and Jack Solen. Thbp and Headam~es Mborris, RaIppaZert
5 bnods D v n okeiri 1 ane piano see mp nist, wiBl also take tuirkey~ was won by Frank Kapterstala. $'hetl~i





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near as thenig hosesses. Prize all timest hre wha stke
will be awarde fotr~ high t Mscoes 'and det earned tand foa
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week and is prominent in t
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Cheese Blintzes section. He has a splendid
onei cup flour, one cup cold wa- as a Ziomast having served hr
ter~l, two eggs (beaten), one-fourth abroad in its councils. He
Iup.' Rumford Baking Powder, one- leled extensively and visited
hlalf tsp,. salt, one eg~g, one and tine some years back to
onelc-half ceups cottage cheese, salt study of conditions there. 11*
Sandl pepper to taste. elected to the Miami Beach
AdId salt and water to eggs Counail two years ago a
(I well beaten) and add flour slowly friendsonrge, without cont
;until batter. is smooth. Pour batter that in the interests of all
o~n heated and greased iron pan, people of the Beach and
]tippling the pan on all sides to larly the taxpayer, he so
Icover bottom with thin layer of retained. Committees in his
batter. Bake one side only until half are being formed andl
the thin cake blisters, then tip out Imaking an active canvass ofi
in one piece on board. Now mix voters to insure his election.
the cheese, eggs, salt and pepper,
andt place filling in center of each file Radio Synag
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to form a rectangle or square. Fry
Both slides in butter until golden Rabbi S. M. Machtei, folJ
'brown. Serve with powdered su- and director of the Radio Syn
g ar', cinnamon, or sour cream. will preach over WIOD a
Blintzes may also be baked in oven o'clock on Sunday morning
i!for crispness. "Dreamers." In addition to th
mon there will be prayers, kgj
) Spice Cake and a question box.

I)1 tbsp. butter, %/ cup sugar, 21
exgs (beaten), 1 tsp. cinnamon,1

j Iflour., I tsp. Rumford Baking Pow-
Sder, 1 tsp. coca, 1 tsp. nutmeg, 1
Ltsp. bakinR soda, 1ts.biig / f g
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Walnuts (chopped), %,f cup raisins se
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Officers of Emunah Chapter are Rabbi and Mrs. Jonah E. CaplanI .
sponsoring a card party at the will be at home to members of the
Miami Acacia Club in the Congress Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega- i
building Monday, December 12th, tion, its Ladies' Auxiliary and their .
at 8 P. M. the proceeds to be de- Ifriends, Sunday, December 4th, -

voted to the Masonic Home. Prizes
will be awarded for high scores
and refreshments will be served.
Mrs. Lena Simon is chairman of
the arrangements committee in
charge of this affair,

An announcement of interest to
many friends throughout the state j
is that of the marriage of Mrs.
Sue Schacter and Dr. Joseph B.
Margolis on Sunday in West Palm
Beach. The ceremony was per-
for~med by Dr. Carl Herman, rabbi
of Temple Beth Israel, at his home.,
Mrs.3 Margolis is the daughter of j
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Gordon,
1021 NI. W. First Street. She for. I
merely resided in Macon, Ga. She
wore a becoming blue traveling
costume, with accessories to match i
and carried a corsage of sweet-
heart roses,
Dr. Margolis, a native Flor-
Idian, is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Solomon Margolis of Tampa, anid /
has been a resident of M~iami for
12 y-ears.
Following the ceremony Dr. and
.ilbs. M~argolis left on a wedding
tiip, through the state, after which
they will make their home at 17i80
F~aithaven Place, S. Bayshore.

Sponsored for the joint benefit
of the Senior Hadassah and the i
Library Fund of Temple Israel, an
riutational and cultural proplram
was given last Wednesday night
a: the home of Mr. and Mrs. M~or-
r:s Rubin, with Mrs. Max Dobrin
:.s chairman. Lion Feuchtwfanger's
"Jesephus" was reviewed by Har-
:y Simonhoff. An informal re-
ception followed the program after
which refreshments were served.

Election of officers for Emunah
chapterr O. E. S., will be held at
the Scottish Rite Temple Thurs-
day evening, December 8th. All
memlbers are urged to attend this
.m: ortant meeting.
+** *
Mliss M~arie Stein, sister of I.
Stein, a winter visitor to West
Palm Beach, became the bride of
Herman Blumberg of Hempstead,
Long Island, and a winter visitor
to West Palm Beach for the past
four years, last Tuesday afternoon
at the home of Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan of the Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation in the presence
of a number of friends. Mr. Blum-
berg is a retired hardware and
paint merchant and has been an
active figure in his home com-
munity for a long number of years.
The couple will make their winter
home at W~est Palm Beach.
+* **
Mrs. Mlax Kupferstein will be
hostess to the worshippers at the
late Friday evening services to-
night at the social hour following
the services, at the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation.

from 2 to 6 p. m., at their home,
1466 S. W. First st. N~o cards will
be issued.

The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congregation
will be hosts at a card party Tues-
day veening, December 16th, at the
Sypnagogue, when MIesdames Philip
Augustine and Ida Buckstein will
be the hostesses. Prizes will be
.= warded for high scores and re-
ireshments will be served. The
public is invited to attend. The
proceeds will be used for its Tal-
mud Torah fund.
Mlr. and Mrs. Mlax Hoffman an-
nounce the engagement of their
niece, Dorothy Kaplan, to Sidney
Pepper, the son of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Pepper of this city, the marriage
to be an event of the early spring.

At the last meeting of the A. Z.
A. (Junior Bnai Brith), final plans
for the celebration of National A.
Z. A. day were made. It will be
held at Kaplan hall, Sunday eve-
ning, December 18th, and will i~-
clude on its program varied enter-
tainers and prominent speaker~.

Welcoming the new rabbi of Beth
David to Miami were the
members of the administrative
ovard of the congregation and
others at the Palatial Kosher res.
iaurant last Monday night. Rabbi
Jl. Shapiro was introduced to the
members of the board and the
other guests at an informal dinner
In his honor, after which all went
.o the Beth David Sisterhood card
s arty. There the rabbi met more
mnan a hundred guests, Ineluding
members and friends of the con-
ilregation. Present at the dinner
were M~essrs. Isidor Cohen, Lew~is
Brown, Stanley C. Miyers, Harry
Markowitz, Dr. A. E. Rosenthal'
Louis Bandel, 31. J. Kiopplowitz'
Leo Ackerman. E. Gordon, Ed.
Friedman and Al Leuchtag.
r a ,
in celebration of National Hadas-
sah MIembership week, Miss Hanna
M~ack, vice president of the local
Junior Hadassah chapter and chair-
man of its Jewish National Fund
Committee, will speak on the work
of the organization at the late
Friday night service of the Miiani
Jewish Orthodox Congregation to-
night. All members of Junior
Hadassah are urged to attend.
Carrying a splendid and com-
plete line of the finest in clothing
and featuring at this time the
latest in evening gowns for the
holiday season, M1rs. Rose Rosen
recently opened a women's wear
store at 127 East Flagler st.
Though carrying the finer line of
merchandise, yet the prices are
extremely reasonable.

>Ir. and Mlrs. I. Weing~arten an-
nounce the engagement of their
Daughter, Miss Rose Weingarten,
-to Stan G. Goldberg of La Porte,
Ind. Miss Weingarten is visit.
ing in L~a Porte and has been the
guest of honor at numerous par-
ties. She plans to return in two

Opening for the eighth consecu-
tive season, Romer's, Inc.. the
Oldest Jewish kosher butcher shop
Sin this area, will again serve the
31 iams Beach public with a com-
I'lete line of beef, veal, lamlb and
f resh killed poultr~y. Under the
I1letsonal supervision of MrII. Philip
R*,meri, attention will be given to
I upplying the hotel and restaaurant
:trade,. as wrell as serving the indi-
. idual customer. A feature of this
business is the fact that the firm
raises most o'f the poultry used
During the entire season.

.\1rs. Herman Enson arrived ,n
Sthe Clyde liner Seminole last Tues
dayS to spend the season in Mliamii
f ier son. Yale, also is with Cier
MIrs. Enson is a sister of Mlrs. S
JI. .11achtei.

Mlrs. Day J. Apte will be hostejr
to the members and friends o1
Temple Israel Sisterhood at a card
i arty for the benefit of the temple
ion We.dnesday. December 7th, be
g annmyp at 2 p. m., at her home
Prizes will be awarded for high
ic~rars and refreshments will b

A n important regular meeting ol
the Junior Council of Jewisr
\\'omen was held at the Miami
Colonial hotel last Monday evening~
when a program wa s presented
under the direction of Mrs. Jac
Simon. Mrs. S. J. Manning, manl
aging director of the Florida As
sociation for the Blind, delivered t
very interesting talk on the wor~
being done for the blind in thi!
territory. MIiss Lee Kasanoff gavi
an original reading, called "Jus

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Hello foils! Is everybody
Although it is really up to the
editor to apologise, I think I11 do
it myself and makre sure. You who
have read eny artleles in the past
know thiat I always start it oft
with the same expr~essio8, as above.
Last week's write-up abould have
bpeo.,the same, but the fellow who
fiJe~8 print left off a letter and
so, tomy dismay, It aP ~ed
as, "H f~.folks!" I hope it doesat !
happen'~igain, as it is quite erm*

Last week, as you all no doubt
know, all the students left for
'home for the Thanksgiving vaca-
tion. Every known method of trans.
pbitation was used-auto (pri-
Vate), bus, train and thamb. Some
arrived sooner, some later, blt
they all came. And what a hectic
time everyone had, seeing the loved
ones, visiting friends, going to
shows, dances, and what not. I
never thought so much activity
could be crowded into one short
week-end. .
unfortunatelyy, nothing lasts for.
ever. Then came the proverbial
dawn and back to school flocked
the boys, happy, tired, thinking of

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more than
19544 wk~,A~;~inter vidtor
mot~_pl~_~re years, file
esndithe Maiami
City st~~lu wReek* he is

boom, 'and :k' a large po
orhtr pattak payer there,
was lear~l T~Zoroto 52 yers 4s
and tis &apanber of Jamest
Lodge -of Masuons, the
Rite,. Ra Temple Shrine, 8
Odd 11'eiwyg, Miami Beach I
Club and other organizations.
In maklag. his campaign he
asking for the support of all
isons on the basis of an honest
tendspee to the duties oftei
fice he aspires to. His sueggr~
business moord, his friends paig
out, pasaesm a even better 1
ord if he la elected to otles (
City Counnelmanr. In the cmpaq~
twfo PFCIJi gh, he made h& M
ereal 15d;- through ai
makring aP-t 1~ fight, ni
year he t the active ag
port of thingsb~e wrho ms p4
ing thi MidM ofi~a Wheeler' tlj
are nedasp( o the council.

too. tationo of it
contents a Theyll
to 4aG Is set

rah wa~nseF ,down from Hea
to the children of men on eartli
The Jeis Spf AdvoCate

Beth David Good Will Dance
Sunday, Dec. 4, at 8 P. M*
Dance Centest Valesle Prises

Strictly Kesher RseasoablyPriced
1104 N. W. Fifth 8t

We print the following ap-
peal at the earnest request
of the Federation of Ortho-
dox Rabbis of America. It
is extremely argent. If
you kEnow of this boy or his
whereabouts, call us at once.
-The Editor.

Your sickr father must hear
from you. It is for year T~a~h,
your own aske.
newers resemm
aSs asys.,t.. 80,
New York City.





to the


DEC. 20, 1982 -

(Pald Pomtical Advr.)



.LL-~4C~ A~ ..Cr

the burt, sad alruady looking for.
wcrd to th oo In b a bif

we'll be home again for Christmas.
the interventag period may well be
called sero time. How is it po-
sible for anyone to really ges
down to hard studying when one is
thinking of the good times had and
the good times to come soon? But
alas, alack-a-day, anI attempt
must be made, and so to our de-
lightful fairy books we return.
At a recent election held
amongst the pledges of Phi Be a
Delta frat. Al Nathan was unai-
mousely selected as sergeant-at-
arms. Milt Friedman was elected
as representative to the Inter-Fra-
ternity Council.
I had meant to make this as a
~surpr asnd have you all guessing
at the reason, but it seems that
word of south travels faster than
written matter. What F'm talking
about is the fact that ever since
Homecoming, Al Richter has been
going around with the nickname
of "Cab.' Some people in Misms
know the history, because Al was
in Miami last week and proudly
spoke about it. However, for those
who do not, I will leave it up to
your curiosity to find out why that
particular name. A slight hint is
that "Cab" is the first name of a
famous negro orchestra leader.
Frankly, if I forced myself to do
it, I could write quite a bit about
what the Miami boys did, in detail,
during their brief vacation, but
I'm sure you wouldn't want me to
stay up another night. P've often
wondered how these marathon
dancers keep going all the time
with hardly any sleep, and it
. eems to me that I'm approaching
the solution, or anyway, knowing
how it feels. When I say "LI,"
I'm preferring to every single stu-
dent on this campus (about 2,500).
Maybe after Christmas things will
become normal again.
Good-night, everyone. Pleasant


ete(Continued frmPate8)
a bleeig of life in common.
au lees 18io speak for himself.
"None of them has a house Wh~
does not belong to all an t hc
they cannot have br e enjitoyaed
All thathis thri cn e yeat, ee
byd allv onether, keeping
nh clh tehey oave earned d
da as fa mers and field
for themselves. The earning' am
all deposited in a safe to which all
who are in want have free accees.
The are free from the love o(#
mo ey, fame and pleasure; they
are a shining example of endalr-
ance, contentment, simplicity, good
humor and regard for all the laws
prescribed by God himself,,
Josephus has ah similall fle t
telles Eve conclub treasurer w o
buys in the co-operative stores of
t Ordew lee nemmsar provision s
brothers take their frugal meals
aftehtai g a barmand p atng on
a wht di nen garet inacl
mon dning room, whc re r
.splendent with cleanliness. Gracd
is said by the priest before an
after meals. After this supper, at
the end of a hard day's work and

Ieeiv tuhner gued8s athie k
are attended to with great care and
love, and their old men are treated
withthe treats rspec.
This peaceful, charitable, ener-
getic and pious sect only lasted at
the very most for about two hun-
dred years. It may owe its origin
to the pious bond of Hassidim, who
in the Maceabean era fought so
valiantly against countless Syrian
hordes;. Its death blow is due tot
many reasons, chief of which are
the facts that they were celibartes
and that they lived during very
troubulous times culminating in the
destruction of the Temple in the
year 70O A. D. But perhaps the
greatest cause of their non-sur-
vival is due to their rigorous nd~

CiVic Worker

Urged to make the campaign
for the Miami Beach City Council
by leaders in the civic and business
life of Miami Beach, Edgar Louis
Keuling, president of the Kenling
Flower Shop, Inc., and K~euling,
Inc., entered the race for the
Beach council.
A resident of Miami Beach for
the past ten years, Mr. K~euling
has shown his mettle by active
work for every civic institution
and organization in Miami Beach.
Often at great sacrifice to his own
interests he has led civic move-
ments which have resulted in un-
told good for the common gain ~f
the Beach business men and resi-
dents. He bases his candidacy on
"a business man for a business
man's1) job."
At the present time he is pres-
ident of the Lions Club; director in
the Business Men's Association;
governor of the Chamber of Com-
nlerce; liason officer of the Miami
Beach apartment house assoei-
at on
a program director of the Rod and
Reel club; governor of the Florida
A. A. U.; member of the registra-
tion committee of the Florida A.
A. U.; state chairman of the Flor-
ida Diamondball A. A. U.; chair-
man of the Miami Beach license
commission, and author and spon-
sor of the Miami Beach publicity
~council which succeeded in obtain-
ing an additional appropriation of
funds for advertising this city.
He is a structural and civil en-
gineer and a member of the Engmn-
eering Society of North Eastern
Pennsylvania. He attended the
Gity of New York College.


1The Jew is the emblem of eter-
nity. He whom neither slaughter
nor torturt of thousands of ysers
gzorl dnoe roy ne iqi neither
able to wipe off from the face
of the earth; he who was the first
to produce the oracles of God; he
who was for so long the guardian
of prophecy, and who transmitted
it to the rest of the world--such a
nation cannot be destroyed; the
Jew is everlasting as is eternity
itself "
Mark Twain declares in "The
Man that Corrupted Hadleyburg":
"The Jew has made a marvelous
fight in this world in all the ages;
and has done it with his hands
tied behind him. The Egyptian,
the Babylonian, and the Persian
rose, filled the planet with sound
and splendor, then faded to dream-
staff and passed away; the Greek
and the Roman followed, and made
a vast noise, and they are gone;
other peoples have sprung up and
held their torch high for a time,
bnut ish ound out,han t he st
The Jew saw them all, beat there '
all, and is now what he always
tras, exhibiting no decadence, no
infirmities of are, no weakening
of his part, lnonalowln of ai s en-

aggressive mind."-Thle Hebrew

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Lerravlie o the puble with a

of Prague, where the scene is laid;
the theological persecution of the
Jews; the divine spiritual influ-
ence of the young Messiah, unre-
cognized or rejected; and the reli-
aince of man on his own powers to
encompass his deliverance by ma-
terial means. With the tyrannical
persecution as the constant hostile
force, the two aspects of Messianic
and materialistic salvation contend,
at variance throughout the play.
Though the Golem triumps over his
enemies and the Messiah wearily
trudges anew on his lonely road, it
is at such a cost to his people that
Rabbi Liwa decides to resolve his
creation---the Golem--again into
thie clay from which the creature
was moulded. Throughout the play
one visualizes the Golem as a gi-
gantic, huge-limbed, clumsy crea-
ture of overwhelming physical
power, but with a dimly weakened
Leivick's Golem is a dramatic
poem in eight scenes. An author-
ized translation into English by J.
C. Augenlicht appeared in Poet
Lore, vol. 39, Boston, 1928, pp. 159-
289. Another English translation
of the first two scenes by Bessie
Felstiner White is found in her re-
cently published volume of "Nine
One-Act Plays from the Yiddish".

It(Paid Political Adv.)

~E JE~g FU)RIDf~

postponed to December 26th, and
will take place at Beth David Tal-
Rabbi and Mrs. Jonah E. Cap- mud Torah Hall. An evening of
lan were guests r. sonor rs. a Ireal enjoyment is promised those

etl n Su daby evening at the atndn.
home, Silver Crest View, in Coco- Sunday evennig, December 11th
not Grove. Garden flowers deco- the Hebrew Athletic Club wilE
rated the rooms, and bridge and sponsor a card party at Beth Da-
5'00 were enjoyed. gif was pre- vid Talmud Torah Hall for the ben-
sented to Mrs. Caplan. Prizes in efit of its basket ball team. The
the g~ame were awarded to Mrs. 8* proceeds will be used towards the ,
~Hans, Mrs. N. Adelman and M. O. equipment of the team which has
Harris. Musical numbers were bee in trann f sm ie
heard during the evening. and is nher gny e sh hnboar ettime

"ksk ad Ye Sall. uppott O R MOrd to absorb ah at our tea certiceatmV
Leiln"and to retain them as assets.
,wsJ Declaring that it reelected he UThere is no danger of detaalt
Q.-What does the Kaddish con- will bend every effort toward the ing our bonds and this is partial*
sist of and what is its significance Iod indebteness,of. th Ce eiebul tor lthine so r

A. The Jewish mO lrS ( ments, present member of the Mdi- view of the fact that the Federal
prayr, he addih wo rersami Beach town council, qualified Hlome Loan bank is now consider-
important place in the lit Prgy of fo elcint htbd ating refusing to loan money in
th snaoge t s ecte b Mondary. communities where bonds are in
mourers norue byth psreciepto ay Mr. Clements, who has been a default. If this is decided on it is
the end of any section of the con- mebro h oni o iequite probable big insurance com.
greatinalsericeandat he on-years, is irice president and cashier panies will take the same action.
of the Mercantile Bank & Trust
hiusion studies i~nhr bianical d rsh c anwri must maintsi te finanelal

that primarily, a prayer recited by berman, and has been active in ''If elected, my principal purpose
orphans for the peace and welfare bsnsadbnin rledrigwill be to practice the strictest
of te suls f teir ecesedthe seven years he has been a home economy in operation of the city,
parents. ~~~~owner and resident of the Beach.wihave tobngbltoon
The text of the Kaddish express For several year Mr. Clements tinue to service our bonded debt
merely praise of God's goodness, has been commissioner of parks and reduce taxes as rapidly as pos-
and thus its idea is a pathetic de- and docks, and under his adminis- sible. We have made drastic bad-
velopen ofd Jobs g rveath word hs: tration Flamingo park, with its get reductions already to attain
TheLor hs gven te Lrd asmany recreational facilities for this end."
taken away. Blessed be the Name reiet advstos a etb r. Clements has a host of
of heLor. orion o th Kd-lished and developed. friends among the Jewish people,
dish are written in Aramaic and In addition to Flamingo park he many of whom are now earnestly
various forms of its text are in ext- has taken an active part in the advocatingg his reelection,
istence.ertis reliee my t p s development of South Beach park, "
iora prio ofeleen onts aterLummus park and Collins park, all
the death of a parent and on every of which provide recreational cen-

team in the entire section.

Joan Blondell, popular blue-eyed
blonde featured player of numer-
us, screen successes, comes to the
Tivoli theater Sunday and Monday
inher first starring role, that of
te sleuthing "Miss Pinkerton," in
the First National picture of the
/a name adapted from Mary
aobrts Rinehart's~ popular mys-
tr-thriller, which ran in the Sat-
teda Evening Post and is now a
ur y-elle .
bhet la ge supporting cast in-
cludes George Brent, increasingly
poular as a leading man.
The story of "Miss Pinkerton"
concerns n bao odunursem suddenly

t relunest of the police ansp ctor
asi ed to in ests an e a e n

same time. A series of weird inci-
dents upset her calm and by the
time the mystery is solved she is
ready to fall--into the arms of the
handsome inspector of police,
played by Brent. .
Lloyd Bacon directed "Miss Pink-
erton," which all who have seen it
declare to be one of the best myl-
teries seen in. years.

The seventh annual December
dance of the Junior Council of Jew-
ish Women will be held on Wed-
ncesday, December 21st,, at the Coral
Gables Golf and Country club. In
Charge of arrangements is a comn-
mittee headed by Miss Harriet

Program for Sunday morning at
Temple Israel: The school orches-
Stra will mneet at 9 o'clock; the Heb-
rew classes meet at 9:30. The
general school meets at 10 a. m.
and continues till 12 o'sloelf. Mrs.
Max Dobrin will be in charge, as
Mrs. Kaplan and Dr. Kaplan will

suc e dng anniesr m
death. A iversary Jews ass -
ciate muchhseurs ition with the
saying of th ads. ey main-

uas nsthf Rom u mahoi ch

than eleven months, as that would
imply that the deceased was
worthy of all eschatological pun-
ishment meted out to the dead.

Q.-What were the immediate
Jewish antecedents of the late Lord
Melchett, who some years prior to
his death became an active Zion-
ist ? .
A.--Moses' (Moritz) M~ont,"an
early nineteenth century wool deal-
ler, was known as a leading mem-
ber of the Jewish community of
Cassel, Germany. His son Ludwig
specialized in chemistry while a
student at the Universities of Mar.
burg and Heidelberg and in 1862
settled in England. Subsequently
Ludwig married his cousin, Frieda
Lowenthal of Cologne. Their see.
ond son was the late Lord Wel.
chett, who died in London in the
year 19301. According to Jewish
law, his mother having been Jew-
ish, Lord Melehett was a Jew, as
was in fact his father.

IQ.--The popular legend of the
Golem has been dramatized by a
contemporary Yiddish dramatist.
IPlease furnish me with the name
of the dramatist, as well as the
plot of his play.
A.--H. Leivick is the author of
an effective Yiddish dramatization
of the well-known legend of the
Golem which deals with his cre-
tion by a Jewish mystic of Prague.
The purpose of the Golem's forma-
ti:: w:s .hsrredo of anu isru
the Jews, who, like most of man's
mechanical creations, waxes more
powerful than his master and cra-
ator. Leivick's play open with
three striking tableaux suggesting
the three conflicting elements in
the life of the Jewish Community

ters for thousands of persons the

Mr. Clements is particularly
proud of the record established b~y
d the neh ianndm eng oded e*-

In an interview he said:
"At the Beach all bonds have

both be out

of ~own.
* *

Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will be in
Tampa, in the interest of the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions. Throughout the country
every reform dcongregation,hdurng

subject of the Union brought to
its attention by some outside rabbi
ad le ym en baTe ell Israepr o

Temple Israel Sisterhood will
hold a regular meeting of its mem-
bers Monday, December 5th, at
2:30 p. m., preceded by a meeting
of its board of directors at 1:30*
At the regular meeting following
the business session a program
will be presented in charge of
Mrs. Jos. Williamson. All mem-
bers are urged to attend. A social
hour will o~llow.

(Continued from Page 1)
Hachnosath Orchim and Halvoysth
Hameth (hnositality to wayfarers

-* Jand attending the dead to the
With Mrs. Hasrry Oliphant in grave) are placed secondary by the
charge of the committee sponsor. M shnah only to Talmud Torah.
ing the affair, Mrs. Lee Roth will A~nd the study of the Torah is above
open her home for a benefit card lall else.
party for Beth David Sisterhood My ten is cooling off. And there
on December 1;4th. Full details is that Jewish Center to be handled.
will appear in our next issue. Well, eveil George Arliss, the in-
imitable English actor, knocks off
At the last meeting of the Miami for the afternoon cup of tea, and
Jewish Orthodox Congregation so in this respect I will emulate
plans for the annual dance of the the non-Jew and attend to the cuP
organization to be held in January that cheers but does not inebriate.
were discussed. Mrs. J. LIouis But I do promise a full length ar-
Shochet, chairman, and Mrs. Louis ticle for next week, if all's well, on
Pallott, assistant chairman, will be "The Jewish Community Center."
assisted by a committee whose To use the popular Palestinian
names will appear in the next farewell greeting-Lehitraoth, or
issue of this paper. au revoir.




BE A '

My Ody~ fledge:

A Faideal~d. Lyal



Friday, December 2,1

New York Bread and Cake('s
-11 8. W. 8th 8).7 Phone 27852
Branch Store: 155 N. W. 5th ag,

The opening of New Retanl Ms~c

East Co st

At P~laler st. Bridge
Phones 2*8012 ~22738

Page Six


The social committee of Congre-
gation B'nai Israel have arranged
an entertainment and package
party to be held at the Temple,
921 9thl st., on Sunday evening,
Dec. 4th, at 8 o'clock.

The younger set of St. Peters-
burg Jewry was organized mnto a
club last Friday at the home of
Mrs. Sierkese and the following
officers were elected: Bernard C.
Fuchs, president; Jennie Sierkese,
vice president; Edward Wolner,
secretary; Irene Jacobs, treasurer.
Their aim and purpose will be to
foster education and to promote the
social life among the young.

At the last meeting of te
Judaic Council, held at the home
of Mrs. Feinberg, Monday evening,
Nov. 21st, very interesting articles
were read by Ruth Friedman, Syl-
via Schwartz and Mrs. A. Silver-
man. At the close of the meeting
the hostesses, Mesdames L. Fein-
berg, G. Rippa and A. Silverman,
served refreshments. The next
meeting of the Judaic Council will
be held at the Mari Jean Hotel '
Monday evening, Dec. 5th, at 8

Friday night services at B'nai
]Israel will begin at 8 o'clock. Rabbi
A. S. Kleinfeld will speak on "The
Voice of Jacob and the Hands of
Esau." Saturday services at 9
a. m.; Sunday school at 10 a. m.;
daily Hebrew classes from 4 to 6
p. m. Immediately after the Fri-
day night service, Rabbi Kleinfeld
will be host to the congregation at
the Horowitz hotel, where refresh-
ments will be served. All friends
are invited.



To See Is To Bllirev
Did You Know...
The most lapertsat thing in sales
W,,'rsear a~ nor an tensiderlar Msr
"Time will1 Telr*
35m? ror i noen oprpersue I.
Hanndre cauarl t TBeck att
36 N. E. First Ave.

On The Cruriser

D 0R 0TH Y
Down Biscayne Bay
't day of sport, bank and chan-
nel Bahing.
Bait &t Tackle Furnished Free
Leaves City Yacht Basin Pier
0O, Tuesday, Thursdayg, Saturday
and Sunday at 9:80 a. m.
Returning 5:80 p. m.
We Cater to Special Charter
Master OwPner
Res. Manager

Fare Onl $2.00

Leon Gruner left for New York
Saturday night on a purchasing
trip, expecting to return wRithin
the next two or three weeks.

Regular Friday night services
are held at the Moose Hall on
Clematis Avenue at 8 o'clock by
Congregation Beth El, with the
Messrs. Solomon and Moss offici-

S229 N. E. 1st St.
i.Formerly City Club
Dancing and Floor Show
SEvery Night
SDancing 9:30 Until ?
I .With
Guest Conductor

SMasber of~Ceremonies

Ft CnolFrieda Leonard '
Constance Reardon
j Both Park and Social Plan

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ne ~ t~h~j~ sBeth Isa pce party followed
ne soring b dance cSdyp night at the
Tem le Annex, on Broward Ave-
nue.Committee in charge are:
to Mrs. Dorothy Herman and Mrs
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(In Memoriam)
Old and broken, bent o'er yellow
Moving forward, backward, ey
brows knitting,
Chanting laws of distant, bygol
Is the Rabbi -hush, the Rabbi!

,Tis mi nht, and a clock begins

And while it 'plays, it seems tos
ing and say:
"Yithgadal Ve-yithkadash Sh'm

mto for New Yor ;aury
night, after spending a me t
here. Mrs. Elsky expects to re-
turn in February.


Barren walls, which are but dimly
By the glimmer of a candle's end,
Where mysterious shadows dance
Dance in circles, wildly, hand-in-
hand, ,
Dance and turn, highsep and ~low

Fall and swirl, eigh and sob and
weep :
"Yithgadal Ve-yithkardash Sh'mei

SinB ha caprt otdhes Mos nI
Sunday night. Prizes will be
awarded at each table, and re-
Mayo ValC. Ceary who isfreshments served, with Mrs. Ir-
making active campaign for re. ving Moss acting as hostess.
------ IRegular Friday night services
Beach~ ~ Ar ht are held at Temple Beth Israel on
BeachArchtect Broward Avenue at 8 o'clock with
Is Ca dida* the Rabbi, Dr. C. N. Herman, of-
IS Can idateficiating and delivering a sermon
-~ after the services.

tHush! The Rabbi sleeps---And
slowly falls
His deeply furrowed head upon his
He dreams of days of yore, re-
flects, recalls
The faded traits of dear ones, laid
to rest,
Recalls his anguish and his bitter
While he murmurs, sonorous and
"Yithgadal Ve-yithkadash Sh'mei

Sees how he dI6rried, and a son
was born.
A future light in Israel! A son!-
Most idle hope, destined to go for-
By Fate, that seemed to mock, to
make but fun;
Converted was his son, his only
And broken-hearted had the old
man cried:
"Yithgadal Ve-yithkadash Sh'mei

When of his son they spoke, ex-
cases seeking,
He answered calmly, and as hard stone:
"I have no Son! Of whom, pray,
are you speaking ?
And then excited. "Quiet! Lea~e

Then came the fearful news: His
son had died~

Robert A. Taylor, one of rea -
er Miami's most prominent archi
tects and resident of Miami Beach
for the past fourteen years, filed
his candidacy for City Councilman /
of Miami Beach last week. Mr.
Taylor, who is responsible for the i
bringing into Miami Beach of mil- /
lions of dollars worth of buildings, j
vigorously affirmed his belief that
the future of Miami Beach depend-
ed upon a progressive, economical
and sensible administration of the
city affairs in the interest of the I
taxpayer. In such an adminlistra-
tion, due regard being paid to the
preservation and enhancement of
the natural beauty of the Beach,
was the solution to most of the
problems now confronting the tax-
payers of the Beach community.
Mr. Taylor is a native .I Camden,
N. J., where he received his edu-
cation and professional training.
He was the architect of the Bath
Club, the Roney Plaza Cabanas,
the Bath Club at the Beach, the
Boca Ratone Bath Club, the Haa-
brook home, the Spanish Villa e
and many other notable landmarks
of the city. He is making an act.
ive campaign and asking support
of the voters of the community on

lis platform and business record.

IWith quavering lips, he mumbledsa an ue:

/"Yithgadal Ve-yithkadash Sh'mci

The R bi gwqaue and starts--pro-
With his sing-song, bending to and

"And when both should hold the

"AndT whn tihtlylaim what they
T h s n y g i t r e a c a d a d
"Then give them each a half, and

Somewhere, 'mongst trees, the
wind is heard to whine:
"Yithgadal Ve-yithkadash Sh'mei
-Stephen Lightner in the
Chicago Sentinel.

I can think with equananimity
of Jews who go to shul only .m
the high holidays. I can under-
stand the Jew w~ho has severed all
connections not only with the rit-
ual and the faith, but with the
destiny of his people. But I cannot
swallow these g f~io Judaism-
th dis-sa hebiig ct.

sio enying a
pra onl ea but
for itself.----h~i ce Sam- (


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