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The Jewish Floridian
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September 19, 1930
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
September 19, 1930
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:00082

Related Items

Related Items:
Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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Vol. III.-No. XXXVIII Miami, Florida, September 19, 1930 Price 5 Cents


orthodox Services
To Be Held at
Odd Fellows Hall
The Miami Orthodox Jew-
sh Congregation will be the
guests of Congregation Beth
braham for the Slichoth
services Saturday, September
0, at midnight at its Syna-
ogue, 533 N. W. 5th avenue.
n Monday night the Miami
rthox Jewish Congregation
will conduct New Year's
(Rosh Hashono) services at
he Odd Fellows Hall, 4th
street and 2nd avenue. N. W.
When a prominent cantor will
chant the services. Several of
the laymen of the recently or-
ganized congregation will al-
ternate in preaching lay ser-
mons on Tuesday morning
and Wednesday morning. The
committee in charge of the
sale of seats will be at the-
Odd Fellows Hall Saturday
night, all day Sunday and all
day Monday to take care of
those who have not yet made
their reservation for the High
holidays.
To cope with the present
economic conditions in Miami
he prices for seats will range
rom two to three dollars
ach.

eth David.Plans .
Elaborate services
The usual late Friday night
services will be observed -at
:15 p. m. when Rabbi S. M.
achtei will preach the ser-
on on "In Legal Form."
The Rosh Hashono services
ill begin next Monday night
t 6:30.
On Tuesday morning the
services will begin at 8:30 p.
Rabbi Machtei will preach
immediately after the reading
f the Law, on the subject of
'Unsaneh Tokef" versus "The
ubiyat of Omark Khayam."
n Wednesday the second day
f Rosh Hashono Rabbi Mac-
tei wll preach the sermon
n "A New Year-How much
f it is New?"
Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
f Temple Israel will preach
)n "Why Two Days," on
uesday morning.


The Hebrew Immigrant
Aid Society, popularly known
- .as the "Hias" has issued an
----appeal to all the Synagogues
Lw and Temples throughout the
6Country that the worshippers
on the High Holy Days be
urged to contribute towards
the support of the institution
which is at present the only
one aiding Jewish immigra-
tion throughout the world.
Many of the Synagogues
throughout the Country have
Designated the first day of
Rosh Hashono as "Hias" day.


A NEW YEAR'S MESSAGE
... from ...
RABBI S. M. MACHTEI

SHE approach of the High Holy Day season fills
us with awe at the thought of being "weighed
in the scales and found wanting." As we near the
Judgement Day we devote ourselves to introspec-
tion and, in humility and repentance, we beseech
the JUdge, the All-Merciful One, to .... turn
our sbrrows and the sorrows of all Israel, to joy
and gladness, to life and peace .....


S HE Jews of Miami, as fair
Jewry as any other community,
hope for the granting of their
individual and collective good.


a cross-section of
have the right to
prayers for their


AY, they be inscribed in the Book of Life for
Health and Happiness. .


West Palm Beach
Jews Observe
High Holidays
The Jewry of West Palm
Beach will observe the High
Holy Days by services at
both the Reform and Ortho-
dox Congregations. Rabbi S.
Wroobel will officiate at the
Orthodox Beth El Congrega-
tion and will be assisted by
Mr. S. Shutzer. Two days of
Rosh Hashono will be observ-
ed. At the Reform Temple
Beth Israel Rabbi Carl N.
Herman who is expected to
arrive within a few days will
officiate and preach the ser-
mons. Elaborate preparItions
for -the observance of the
Rosh Hashono and Yom Kip,
pur service have -been leade
in both congregations.


A NEW YEAR'S MESSAGE
... from ...
RABBI DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN
Surntitng
0 all members of the House of Israel here and
Everywhere: Sholom.
To all members of the House of Humanity: Sholom,
Peace.
A Happy New Year To you all.
SAY it be a year of Health and the satisfaction
of the physical and spiritual needs.
May it be a year of religious interests of Parents
for children.
May it be a year of respect and reverence of chil-
dren for parents,
A AY it be a year of the quickening of the joy
ZM of life and the dignity of nlanhood. -ARmenl.
,.- .---.


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Temple Israel
Announces High
Holiday Program
The evening services for
the High Holidays will begin
promptly at 8:15 p. m. on
Monday evening, New Year's
Eve, Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kap-
lan will preach the sermon us-
ing as his topic, "Permanent
Values." On Tuesday morn-
ing the services will begin at
10 a. m. and the subject of
the Rabbi's sermon will be,
"Anything better than Juda-
ism?" On Friday evening,
September 26, ushering in
Shabbos Shuvo, the subject
of the RaRbbi's sermon will
be "Talmudic Philosophy of
Life."
The religious school opens
on next Sunday morning at
9:50 a. m. and will consist of
the primary department un-
der Mrs. Licntenstetter as su-
pervisor; the Junior depart-
ment under Frank S. Perlman
as supervisor, and the High
School department under
Henry D. Williams as super-
visor. An adult department
will be added later in the sea-
son. Each department will
have its own assembly, meet-
ing once a month for a speci-
ally prepared program. In
the two upper departments
the general subjects will ne
Jewish History, Ceremony,
Introduction to the Bible:
Post Biblical literature, and
Jewish current events.

"Hias" Appeals for
Aid on Holy Days



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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN


Friday, Sptember 19,


Mrs. I. L. Rosendorf has A regular meeting of the
returned from a two-months Friendship League was held
vAcation in Atlantic City, to at the Congress Building last
her home, 1020 Michigan ave. Wednesday at which time
Miami Beach. the reorganization of the
Leaguge was thoroughly dis-
A meeting of the Sister- cussed. No definite action
hood of Temple Israel has was taken. Dancing was en-
been called by the president, joyed to the music furnished
Mrs. I. L. Rosendorf, 1020 b Young and five piece
Michigan ave., Miami Beach. y ay young and q five piece
at 12:30 p. m. Friday at her orchestra. Fred Platt who
home. has been treasurer of the
,m League and one of its most


Mrs. Jos. Schonfeld return-
ed from a visit to friends in
New York city and her daugn-
er and son-in-law, Dr. and
Mrs. Geo. J. Gerson at Balti-
more.
*
Mr. LeonarA Barr returned
to Miami after a combined
business and pleasure trip to
New York city and vicinity.

Mr. Harry I. Lipnitz, presi-
dent of the local Zionist Dis-
trict returned to Miami after
having spent several weeks in
New York city and other
points North on a combined
business and pleasure trip.

Mr. Harry Rosalsky of the
G & R Restaurant is expected
to return to Miami the first
of next week in time for the
Holidays.

Mr. H. Y. Waldorf formerly
of the Star Kosher Meat Mar-
ket returned to Miami with
Mrs. Waldorf and daughter,
after having spent several
months in the North visiting
friends and relatives.

Mr. A. H. Furr returned to
Miami after an absence of
several months in the North.
., *
Rabbi S. M. Machtei of
Beth David Synagogue is now
located at his new home, 444
S. W. 2nd street.

Mrs. Kent Lewin has re-
turned from Pensacola where
she was called because of the
death of her father, I. Gugen-
heim.
*
Mrs. A. L. Kanter and chil-
dren, Henry, William and
Saralea, have returned after
a two months' vacation in
Hendersonville, N. C.
*
Of interest to a wide circle
of friends is the marriage of
Miss Lila Tobin, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Tobin, and
Roger Kahn, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Kahn of Indian-
apolis, Ind., which took place
Thursday evening in the pres-
ence of the immediate family
and friends. Rabbi Jacob H.
Kaplan performed the cere-
mony.
Miss Tobin is a graduate of
Miami High school and at-
tended school in North Caro-
lina. Mr. Kahn attended the
Shortridge School in Indiana
and the University of Miami,
where he is a member of the
Phi .Epsilon Phi fraternity.
The couple is spending their
honeymoon in Cuba. On their
return they will be at home
to their friends at the May-
fair apartments, Beacom Ma-
nor.


vitca e workers resigned as
treasurer.


Mrs. I. Tannenbaum was
host at a bridge party last
Wednesday to a number of
friends at her home 1260 S.
W. 12th St. A salad course
was served. Among those
present were Mesdames: S.
Silberstein, S. Rubinstein,
Alex Miller, Myer Friedman,
Sam Myerson, Hyman Got-
tesman, and the Misses Selma
Myerson and Sadie Silber-
stein.
*
Mrs. M. Myerson was ten-
dered a surprise party by a
number of her friends in cele-
bration of the 23rd wedding
anniversary of Mr. and Mrs.
Myerson, last Friday night.
In commemoration of the
event the couple was pres-
ented, with a beautiful floor
lamp by their friends. During
the evening a delicious ice
course was served. Singing
and playing by several of the
guests helped make the eve-
ning a verdi enjoyable one.
Among those present were
Mr. and Mrs. I. Tannenbaum,
Mr. and Mrs. M. Friedman,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pallott,
Mr. and Mrs. Max Halpern,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Marcus,
Mr. and Mrs. H. Gottesman,
Mr. Ed*. Wolfe, Miss Hannah
Mack and Miss Metty Kaye.

The first card party of the
reorganized Beth David Sis-
terhood was held last Tues-
day night at the Talmud
Torah Auditorium with Mes-
dames Morris Dubler, Mic-
hael Arnold and Samuel J.
Spector as hostesses to 26
tables of bridge. Prizes were
won by Mesdames Harry
Green, Al Seiden and Harry
I. Magid. Consolation prize
was won by Mrs. Harry Mark-
owitz. A doll donated by Mrs.
Harry Green was raffled and
won by Mrs. Jack Bernstein.
A door prize donated by
Louis Weinkle was won by
Mrs. Chas. Goldstein.
Quite an enjoyable time
was had by those present.
Refreshments were serve"
during the evening. The pro-
ceeds are being used towards
defraying the expenses of
Beth David.
*
Mrs. Lazarus Abrams, the
wife of the Treasurer of Con-
gregation Beth Jacob of Mi-
ami Beach returned to Miami
last Tuesday night after an
absence of several months
spent visiting friends and rel-
atives in Toronto, Canada,
and vicinity.
*
Mrs. L. J. Hartz of New
(Continued on Page 11)


To All We Say A Happy New Year


Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Argintar
and family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
B
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bain
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Ida Buckstein
Wishes All Her Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
D
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Daum
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Drewitch
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
E
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Elkin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Eskenazie
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
F
Mr. and Mrs. Myer Friedman and
Daughter Marjorie
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Frank
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR'
Mr. Harry Freeman
Extends to all the Jewry of Miami
Best Wishes for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fleeman
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives
and Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. William Friedman
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and M- rs. Sam Futterfass
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR


Mr. and Mrs. Ted Gulkis
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrsk Hyman Gottesman
and\Family
Wish All Theit Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
H
Mr. and Mrs. Max Halpern
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Rev. and Mrs. M. B. Herman
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
K
Mr. and Mrs. A. Kirschenbaum
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
M
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Miller
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR


Mr. and Mrs. Sam Marcus
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mechlowitz
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
0
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oliphant
and Son
Wish All Their Relatives
and Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
R
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Rippa
Wish All Their Relatives 'and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Rappaport
W and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Reisman
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Dan B. Ruskin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR


Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Scher
and Son Stanley
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Safer
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Margaret Seligman
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seitlin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives
and Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Simpson
and" Family
Wiish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Morir Smal
Wish All Their Relat vesand
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Segal
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Solomon
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spitzer
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. B. Serkin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz
and family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. M. Scheinbaum
Wishes All His Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Rabbi Dr. M. J. Saffra
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR


Miss Sarah Shochet
Wishes All Her Relatives and
Friends
Wish All Their Relatives and
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Schwartz
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Frederick King Shochet
Wishes All His Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
The Misses Ray U. Shochet and
Esther V. Shochet
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
T
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Tannenbaum
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
V
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Vangilder
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
W
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiner
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Rev. and Mrs. Nathan Wroobel
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. M. Wesson
Wish All Their Relatives
and Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. Barney Weinkle
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. John Wolf
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
z
Mr. David Zavon and Sons
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Zalka
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR


WEST PALM BEACH


East Coast Kosher Market
Wishes all its Friends and Patroni
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

G
Mr. and Mrs. 0. P. Gruner
and Family
Wishes All Their Relatives ai
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR


Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith
and Family
Wish All Their Patrons and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Mary Schrebnick and Famill
Wish Their Many Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. I. Raymond Shensky
Wishes All His Relatives an
Friends
A HAPPY NEW Y'EAR


Mr. and Mrs. B. Wax and Faso
of New York Kosher Delicate
Wish All Their Friends
A HAPPY NEW YAAi
-- =-,-


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'riday, September 19, 1930


THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN


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THE JEWISH
FLO RIDIAN
A Weekly Newspaper
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
by the
1EWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO

107 SOUTH MIAMI AVE.
6
J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor
P. Box 2t73
fiami, Florida Phone 2-1183
WEST PALM BEACH OFFICE:
414 Eifhth Street
Mrs. M'. Schrebnick, Representative
Entered as second class matter,
July 4th, 1980, at the Post Office
at Miami, Florida, under the act
Df March 3, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTION
Six Months .................... $1.00
)ne Year ........... ........$. 2.00
VOL. III.-No. XXXVIII.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1930


a THE New Year festival is
far other than the mere
Thoughts of opening day, according to the
u olden Jewish reckoning, of
A Rabbi On another year in the flight of
time. Unlike the New Year
The New Year celebrations of many ancient
and modern nations, the Jew-
FER years f plenty and ish New Year is not a time of
FTE years of plenty and revelry. It is a solemn sea-
suffering there has been a son of self-examination and
year of suffering without self-judgment in the life of
plenty. We have passedhself-j judgment in the life of
plenty. We have passed theJew Scriptureprescribes
through in Miami, in the Jew. Scripture prescrite for
country, and in the world at a special symbolic rite for
large a year of many hard- this day, the sounding of the
large a year of many hard-ram's horn, the Shofar. Who-
ships, unemployment, private ever has once heard during
suffering, want. Each one is New ear service hthe
interested in his own private the New ear service the of
affairs, naturally, but we are shrill notes of this oldest of
affairs, naturally, but we are wind instruments will never
a human b'r other hood
throughout the world, and in forget them. And the mean-
the remotest corner of the ing of this ceremony to the
earth questions are being dis- worshippers who listen awe is
cussed that shall mean a finer these notes in solemn the sounds
spirit of cooperation, a more themselves.
Liman program for relief of themselves.
hum a program for relief of Since days immemorial, the
want and suffering and pre- sounding of the ram's horn
judice and misunderstanding on the New Year has been in-
hroughout the family of na- on the New Year has been in-
ions. THAT is the family of na-t gain terpreted in Israel as the clar-
ons. THAT s the great ga ion call to repentance and
f the year! niritial renewal, saying:


SICHASER
cHg r


it was superseded in the evo-
lution of society by a state
that doesn't need slaves; the
machinery of this industrial
age has brought forth anoth-
er problem, Not. how to live
without slaves, but How to
give employment to all who
need it when the machine is
doing the necessary work for
us with little guidance!
Through Science we shall
solve our problems of supply-
ing all necessary wants of
man; through Religion we
hope to solve the problem of
Human Worth, of human dig-
nity, of human personality.
Man will be freed from toil
that he may care for his soul!
The New Year emphasizes
the ever enlarging aspiration
of man:
"Build thee more stately
mansions, 0 my soul!"
The New Year bids us en-
joy the temporal goods of life
and attend to the eternal val-
ues of manhood and dignity
and human personality.
In this striving the New
Year is each year a better
year than before.
JacGb H. Kaplan. Ph. D.
Rabbi Temple Israel,
Miami; Fla.

The New Year


If there is no such thing as
"luck," explain why a mud
puddle, a fool driver and your
white flannel pants happen to
be there at the same time.
*
Does it pay to advertise? Just
ask anyone to state the object
of the first seventeen amend-
ments.
*
A young chap complains that
girls are too "biased" to suit
him. It's "buy us this" and
"buy us that," until he's
about broke.

"If you would eat onions and
call the things roses, the peo-
ple around you would still
hold their noses."
*
Vacation is supposed to pro-
vide a change, but with many
of us it's the tires, filling
stations and the hotels that
get most of the change.
*
Perhaps the time will come
when all business men will go
to school in the summer and
all the children to summer
camps. What a rest for
Mothers!
*
It appears that the mustache
is to become fashionable
again this year. It will be a
welcome change from the
things some of our young
men have been wearing.
!
Tourist (to guard): Is the
castle open to visitors?
Guar: Yes. I shall be glad
to show you about, sir.
Tourist: Thank you, it
won't be necessary. I used to
be the king here.
!
"I never thought I'd pull
through. First, I got angina
pectoris, followed by arterio-
sclerosis. Just as I was recov-

both of the New Year and of
the Day of Atonement, he
prays God to hasten the time
when the mighty shall be
just and the just mighty;
when all the children of men
shall form one band of broth-
erhood; when national arro-
ancnp and nnnression shall


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Never before in the history 'Awake, ye sleepers! Be not have passed away, like so now on.
of mankind has there been so of those who miss reali- much smoke from the earth.
beautiful a spirit manifested ties in their hunt after shad- J. H. Hertz, 1924. A write
under the surface and in the ows. Consider your deeds;
ground as seeds of future purify your hearts. There is n
opening harvests for the an Eye that seeth all things; 1s
blessing of the human family there is an Ear that heareth Rabbi S. Wroobel a Rabh
In Europe there is talk of a all things. There is a heaven- g Jac
united States of Europe. In ly Judge with whom there is Extends sincere wishesfor
he Pacific lands, all of them, no unrightousness, nor for- A HAPPY NEW YEAR 8 8 Extend
here have been several Con- getfulness, nor respect of per- g W E particul
erences for the friendly dis- sons.' o the members and Temple
ussion of all the problems of And on the High Festivals shippers of Congregation for a
uman intercourse with fine the Jew thinks not only of Beth El of West Palm Beach,
spiritual fruit as results. In himself, but of peace and nd to the entire Jewry of HAPP
and to the entire Jewry of
he United States there are blessedness for all mankind, South Florida. OU
stirring forces beneath the In the most ancient and o g
political, in the schools, in the solemn part of the services, <0 o oo <+ o* ** +
religious conferences, in the +++ ++ + + + ++ c* 000c o
oon-hour-luncheon clubs that
speak the NEW SPIRIT of T M
The Miami Jewish Orthodox
operation for a Human I e s J. I
family throughout the world.,o J Oti o i
his is A Happy NEW YEAR oongregaion o
We have gotten older as a o E e
human Family. Time was Extend
heumaeven Fail Timosophers and Extends to all its members, worshippers and the Jewry and Fri
hen even philosophers a O o Fri
religious teachers could not of Miami at large its sincere wishes for a for a
icture a society without hu- o o

at becomephosqpher ot solve? Bute o* *1 qOU
hat pftblem was hot


ering from these, I got tuber-
culosis and aphasia."
"Good heavens, you don't
look much the worse for it."
"I wasn't ill, you idiot! I
was in a spelling contest."
!
"I suppose," said the actor
who had just cracked a joke
and had not drawn a laugh,
"you'll laugh at that joke next
year."
"No," said a voice from the
gallery, "but we did last
year."
!
A business man from Aber-
deen was lunching with an
English visitor when the Scot,
in tuning out his pockets,
produced a dental plate.
"Bless my soul!" said the
Englishman. "Why do you
carry that?"
"It belongs to the wife,"
explained the Scot. 'Ye see,
the silly wumman has con-
tracted the habit of eating
between meals."

Frank: I was so sorry to
hear of the (Jeath' of your
wife. She was a good woman.
Friend: She was that all
right. She always hit me
with the soft end of the
broom.
!
The novice had hooked a
very small trout and had
wound it in until it was ram-
med against the end of the
rod.
"What do I do now?" he
asked his companion.
"Climb up the rod and stab
it."


!
ecame of the Scotch- A business man- was invol-
planned to make a ved in a legal trial. On the
nd the world on the date set for the verdict he
ne? Did he discover found it necessary to leave
in time? town, but left instructions
with his lawyer to wire him'.
GIRL-FRIEND says as soon as the verdict was
rist always can tell rendered.
ector because he has The verdict was duly ren-
on his thumb from dered and the lawyer wired
doorbells. as follows: "Justice has been
rendered at last."
days are here again, When the business man
others. There'll be read the telegram, he wired
ildren roaming rest- right back, "Start proceed-
out the house from ings to appeal the case."
!
Industry is the mother of
er to an etiquette good luck.


Ai Dr. and Mrs.
ob H. Kaplan ,

to all Jetwy and
early the memberS'pof
Israel sincere wishes-

Y and PROSPER- |
S NEW YEAR *
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[r. and Mrs.
,ouis Shochet |
md family

to all their Relatives
lends sincere wishes
a*

Y and PROSPER.
S NEW YEAR
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SRabbi and Mrs. S. M. I
SMachtei
a Extend
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* *
1 Td the officers and mem- o
obers. of Congregation Beth *
* David; 'the Sisterhood of "
o Beth Davidnd all affiliated a
* societies and To all Miami *
Jewry.
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o Rabbi and Mrs.
Samuel Yallow
SWish the Members and wor-
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SBeth Jacob, Miami Beach,
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o A HAPPY AND PROS-
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editor asks whether there is
any objection to sending stock
as a wedding present. Person-
ally, we should try to think
of something else. The bride
may have a stock.
!
The absent-minded man
met a friend he had not seen
for some time.
"How are you, my dear
chap?" he said, "and how's
your wife?"
"But I'm not married," said
the friend.
"Ah, no, of course not," re-
plied the other. "Then your
wife's still single, of course!"
!
First Aviator-What will
be the effect of permitting
the sale of alcoholic drinks on
American ships? ?
Second Aviator It will
turn us into a nation of
sailors.
!
Mr. Grassneck-What's the
matter with your new hired
hand ?
Mr. Talltimber--Just this.
He useta be a slack-wire per-
former an' he can set on a
barbed wire fence an' watch
me work just as comfortable
as though it was post an' rail
fencin'.
!
When the conversation got
around the other evening to
"cup defenders," the Old
Rounder thought it was about
Wet congressmen.
*! !
"Jones is the meanest man
on earth."
"What did he do?"
"He's deaf-and he's never
told his barber."
I
A: I am not thin-skintlhd
I'm the first to laugh at my
own foolishness.
B: What a funny life you
must lead.


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New Year In A
Jewish Home
Some Years Ago


THE family is a large one
living in a large house, in
the largest of American cities.
There are so many of them-
children and grandchildren,
married sons and daughters,
as well as single ones-so
many relationships to keep in
mind aunts and uncles,
nieces and nephews and cous-
ins of all degrees-that it
would see mno easy matter
Sto get through a momentous
occasion like this without
trouble or friction 6f some
kind. But it must be that this
special season of holiness and
prayer is too full of the law
of love and lovingkindness to
make unpleasantness of any
sort possible, for certainly
nothing of an unpleasant na-
ture ever occurs to mar the
festivity and joyousness of
this great day.
As far back as the closing
of school and with the first
day of vacation, the prepara-
tion for the New Year really
begins. Upon the piazzas of
country houses, or seated un-
der green trees, many quaint
and useful articles are fash-
ioned to answer as gifts for
the various members of the
-family, as well as for near and
dear friends. Sometimes a bit
of lace held up by a Turkish
Arab, displaying his wares on
a hotel piazza, is eagerly pur-
chased, and laid away in one
S6rner of tHle trunk, to be


Sent with a New Year's card and t
to a sister far removed from article
the city. Sometimes it is one bulky
of the sweet smelling baskets one's
of fragrant grass or a bit of ages,
Swicker-work woven by tne shirts
hands of swarthy Indian wo- pers,
mdn. It may be only a curious volun
shell picked up in a walk along possil
, the beach or a bit of amateur their
photography. It is not the at tal
Cost of the article, but the of the
kindly spirit behind the giv- two
ing, that tells. The many their
ideas exchanged and the plans comp]
laid, all have for their end the deed,
eve of Rosh Ha-Shanah, the of b
New Year, which generally plate
falls somewhere around the a sma
opening of school. No matter sliding
what the season, or how lean ously
the purse, some attempt will ey, in
surely be made to keep up the nagog
family traditions of goou ed, al
cheer and mutual considera- spirin
tion. It is understood that toned
each, from the youngest to sage
the oldest, has done his or her to fol
best to meet the requirements illumi
of the day, so the size or the candle
quality of the gifts is never silver,
criticised or commented upon tacle;
adversely, ried d
The necessity for finding occasi
out the various needs of so ies int
many brings them all into archal
very close communion, and er, wh
keeps alive from year to year lady,
the strong, affectionate inter- finery
est which is the pride and lace
mainstay of Jewish family which
life. Inasmifch as the family smoot]
is composed of, or rather sub- ly bea
divided into, many separate many
households, each with its own past y
merry table, presided over by by the
father and mother, it will be with t
seen how busy the express coming
company has been kept with- by-gor
in the past week. sent n
The floor, the sideboard, ters o


he side tables hold such
es as are too large or
v to be laid next to each
plate. But smaller pack-
containing table-linen,
s, a smoking jacket, slip-
ties, gloves, a precious
ie or two, all sorts of
ble useful presents, find
intended owner's places
ble. Especially is this so
e head of the table. The
loaves of bread, under
embroidered cover, are
letely lost to view. In-
so top heavy is the pile
undies about father's
that every now and then
Lller parcel is seen to be
g down, coming peril-
near the saucer of hon-
ito which, when the sy-
rue visitors have return-
nd the New Year's in-
g Kiddush has been in-
by everybody as a pre-
of the honey-sweet year
low. And over it all the
nation of soft, glowing
Slight, in every kind of
brass, and china recep-
for some of the mar-
laughters have, for the
on, merged their famil-
to that under the patri-
roof-tree. Grandmoth-
1o is still a very active
with a love for dainty
, has donned her new
cap wth lilac ribbons,
sits so well on her
h gray hair, and is fair-
iming with the joy of
duties and labors of the
ear accomplished, to be,
Grace of God, crowned
he hope and joy of this
g one. In the far-off,
ie years, when the pre-
narried sons and daugh-
>f this household were


children, it devolved almost
entirely upon the elders to
keep up the customs and tra-
ditions of the family. Now,
the pleasant task and sweet
duty of maintaining, teaching
and carrying out the beauti-
ful religious laws of the house
hold, are shared with the
young, and it is the children's
and grandchildren's constant
prayer that the old folks may
live, the central power and
guiding influence of the
younger generations for many
years. This thought finds hap-
py expression in the New
Year's letter, full of good
wishes, which is hidden be-
neath the plate at the head of
the table, written by him who
has the quickest and clever-
est pen.
Sometimes the glance back
into the year that has sped


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN


Friday, September 19, 1930

recalls the recent grief or sor.
row that, all have borne in
silence. God imposes his bur.
dens upon all equally, and it
is the cheerful spirit with
which they are borne that
marks out the true hero or
heroine in life's battle. For
years, the honor of writing
this New Year's letter has
fallen upon one, but in recent
years a poetic vein has been
struck where least expected,
and the drollest bits of verse
are the new-find's annual con-
tribution. Another, whose
narrow purse renders it im.
possible for her to carry out
her munificent intentions,
makes up fo her inability by
writing out in comical vein
what she would have done to
satisfy each member of the
family (playing, of course, on
(Continued on Page 9)










)l Friday, September 19, 1930


THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN


BUT GOD CHOSE SINAI

When God proclaimed: "I now will give My Law,
To Israel the Torah will be sent,"
Behold, the mountains came to Him in awe,
And each a prayer with hope and longing blent.
"Choose me," said Hermon, "royal is my blood;
I tower loftiest amid my kin;
And as my brow emerged above the Flood,
Thy Law will rise triumphant over sin."

"Choose me," said Carmel, "beauty without flaw;
My gardens know Thy firmament's caress;
Now plant on me the Garden of Thy Law,
And make my soul like Eden's loveliness."
"Choose me," said Lebanon, "a Hymn of Praise,
My cedars sing Thy grandeur, tree to tree;
Amid their voices, let Thy Torah raise
A hymn to make man's life a hymn to Thee."
But God chose Sinai, saying: "On .thy stone,
The tablets of the Torah shall be read;
For in the desert thou dost stand alone;
In solitude thou liftest up thy head.
"As Israel, My people, is alone,
Amid the desert of a world perverse;
As I the Lord am lonely on My throne,
Amid the desert of the universe."
-RABBI LOUIS I. NEWMAN



/,is^^+ s e' our conquests in love, of our
remarkable business getting
IT PAYS abilities, some stories lacking
TO KN W T E color, some full of color, and
TO KNOW THE others, as usual, a little off,
SCALENDAR when one of the group sug-
A L AR gested that we tell of our dis-
appointments during the
,// course of our travels. My
We were sitting in the lob- friend a drummer traveling
S of the hotl f a s l for a clothing house of New
by of the hotel of a small York city started.
Southern city, a friend of This was in the Spring
mine, a number of traveling justs w e were showing
salesmen and myself one Sun9 just as we were showing our
salesmen and myself one Sun summer styles. In a small
day night and just gossiping. town we had gathered round
Everything was closed on the lobby, just as we are now,
Sunday so there was nothing and were telling of our ex-
to do and we swapped experi- peees with the merch-
encesOof periences with the merch-
ences. Of course, wetold ants in town. And the well
++++++++++++++++++** nigh unanimous opinion of all
g. was the fact that 'Mr. Rosen-
l DR. M. R. MORRIS g wasser,' the biggest merch-
DENTIST ant in town was the 'hardest
4 Suite 212, 213, 214 Republic boiled egg," that they had
Bldg., Opp. Post Office all encountered in their tra-
. Phone 3-1361 vels. Not one of the salesmen
*********************i could get an order out of him.
1+++***** ++++*+*+*iC+ He was just mean enough to
S SIMON SH E send the orders in to the
S SIMON SHOE house direct, rather than let
S SERVICE, INC. a salesman make a commis-
S 41 Miami Court sion on him. I became
' (Opposite Court House) (Continued on Page 6)
AUTO SHOE FACTORY .
; Flagler St. and 11th Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Fay
Phone 2-9389
Phone 2-9389 Wish All Their Friends
, Extends to all best wishes
4for a a A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
. HAPPY NEW YEAR NEW YEAR
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Wishes All His Friends and Patrons
A Happy and Prosperous New Year


To Accommodate Our Customers We Will Remain
OPEN ALL DAY NEXT SUNDAY AND MONDAY.


Jewish Calendar
5691 1930 1931
With Time for
LIGHTING OF CANDLES


1930
September
Monday 22, Erev Rosh Hashanah
Tuesday 23, (1) Rosh Hashanah
Wednesday 24, (2) Rosh Hashanah
Thursday 25, Fast of Gedaliah
Friday 26, Erev Saboath ........... 5:34
October
Wednesday 1, Erev Yom Kippur ...5:26
Thursday 2, Yom Kippur
Friday 3, Erev Sabbath ..........5:23
Monday 6, Erev Succoth ............65:17
Tuesday 7, (1) Succoth
Wednesday 8, (2) Succoth
Friday 10, Erev Sabbath ...........5:11
Monday 18, Hosha'na Rabbah .......5:06
Tuesday 14, Shemini Azereth
Wednesday 15, Simhath Torah
Friday 17, Erev Sabbath ...........5:00
Wednesday 22. (1) Rosh Hodesh Heshvan
Thursday 23, (2) Rosh Hodesh Heshvan
Friday 24, Erev Sabbath ..........4:50
Friday 31, Erev Sabbath ..........4:40
November
Friday 7, Erev Sabbath ...........4:32
Friday 14, Erev Sabbath ..........4:25
Friday 21, Erev Sabbath ...........4:19
(Rosh Hodesh Kislev)
Friday 28, Erev Sabbath ..........4:16
December
Friday 5, Erev Sabbath ............4:14
Friday 12. Erev Sabbath ..........4:14
Monday 15, Hanukah
Friday 19, Erev Sabbath ...........4:16
Saturday 20, (1) Rosh Hodesh Tebeth
Sunday 21, (2) Rosh Hodesh Tebeth
Friday 26, Erev Sabbath .........4:19
Tuesday 30, Asarah Betebeth
1931
January
Friday 2, Erev Sabbath ..........4:26
Friday 9, Erev Sabbath ............4:32
Friday 16, Erev 'Sabbath ..........4:40
Monday 19, Rosh Hodesh Shebat
Friday 23, Erev Sabbath ..........4:48
Friday 30, Erev Sabbath .........4:56
February
Friday 6, Erev Sabbath ...........5:05
Friday 13, Erev Sabbath .........5:14
Tuesday 17. (1) Rosh Hodesh Adar
Wednesday 18, (2) Rosh Hodesh Adar
Friday 20, Erev Sabbath ..........5:22
Friday 27, Erev Sabbath .......... 5:30
March
Monday 2, Fast of Esther
Tuesday 3, Purim
Friday 6. Erev Sabbath ...........5:38
Friday 13, Erev Sabbath ..........5:42
Thursday 19, Rosh Hodesh Nissan
Friday 20, Erev Sabbath ............5:53
Friday 27, Erev Sabbath .........6:01
April
Wednesday 1, Erev Pesah ........6:06
Thursday 2, (1) Pesah
Friday 8, Erev Sabbath (2) Pesah ..6:08
Tuesday 7, Erev (7) Pesah ........6:12
Wednesday 8, (7) Pesah
Thursday 9, (8) Pesah
Friday 10, Erev Sabbath .........6:15
Friday 17, Erev Sabbath (1) Rosh
Hodesh lyar.................. 6:23
Saturday 18, (2) Rosh Hodesh lyar
Friday 24, Erev Sabbath ..........6:30
May
Friday 1, Erev Sabbath ............6:37
Tuesday 5, Iag B'Omer
Friday 8, Erev Sabbath ..........6 :44
Friday 15, Erev Sabbath ..........6:51
Sunday 17, Rosh Hodesh Sivan
Thursday 21. Erev Shabuoth .......6:57
Friday 22, (1) Shabuoth ..........6:58
Saturday 23, (2) Shabuoth
Friday 29, Erev Sabbath ...........7:04
June
Friday 5, Erev Sabbath ...........7:08
Friday 12. Erev Sabbath ...........7:13
Monday 15, (1) Rosh Hodesh Tammuz
Tuesday 16, (2) Rosh Hodesh Tammuz
Friday 19, Erev Sabbath ..........7:16
Friday 26, Erev Sabbath .........7:17
July
Thursday 2, Fast' of Tammuz (17th)
Friday 3. Erev Sabbath ...........7:17
Friday 10, Erev Sabbath ..........7:15
Wednesday 15, Rosh Hodesh Ab
Friday 17, Erev Sabbath ......... :11
Thursday 23. Tisha B'Ab'
Friday 24. Erev Sabbath ...........7:0
Friday 31, Erev Sabbath ...........7.00
August
Friday 7, Erev Sabbath ...........6:52
Thursday 13, (1) Rosh Hodesh Ellul
Friday 14, (2) Rosh Hodesh Ellul-
Erev Sabbath ................. 6:43
Friday 21, Erev Sabbath .........6:38
Friday 28, Erev Sabbath ......... 6 :22
September
Friday 4, Erev Sabbath ...........6:11
Friday 11, Erev Sabbath-Erev
Rosh Hashanah ................5:59

Every man keeps a large
stock of advice on hand to
give away.

I i


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Shoe Repairers
110 N. Miami Avenue


Wishes All a
HAPPY NEW YEAR


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i for A Very Happy and Prosperous New Year




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fl HAPPY NEW YEAR




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SExtendWh their Patrons and Friends sincere wishes Y
41 for a HAPPY NEW YEAR
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;r. 7,.rct ar. h.,,r i'm, ha c m mn rf. Aff -ing that
rm,;? xtra rX of. a -r a .. ir ared~ he *l .it 4itrume-n ri tr my a
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m erf, /theror. Oetl-iiwnform pt nt '. ,ae the-,
rave .,evn r pei -A up er: th, ridlmenmt, of thfe trr, -a.ph
If ,,ur edi llr p rmi4., I am gzing ro o, offer .*rme Aimple
Ifr.r astior, r. rn my next twe, r, tharet e le amr ; er the latd-
ar or i f r; th at hurnrr i t; thing s that aeerl ne Ahruid a
kr,,ow. I hall tri to make t r I.r -tinrg and worth while.
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It Pays To Know
The Calendar

(Cor.t.nred from Page 5>
rather irer.ted in thi. Mr.
f '/ra.a:r,-.er," tcontinufed myY
friend, "and began asking
que'.tionr asbut him. I wa.
t/ld that he wa, an exceid-
ingly piouA Orthodox Jew,
who oF, ervd the Holidays,
kept hi .t/,tore clord on Sat-
urday and o,therwije .behaved
:',rwi who it, pioux Thould."
Sy, th',: 4aljaJme mile at
:., rioity:. One rpokk up:
"Youj rg,'t think that you,
the ,yoiunJrgt of this group
:Za make him, do you?" The-
"- ....- i.,'diu.ion that followed wax
brief but djire':tly to the pint.
I p ~.tdl fifty dollar r and r,
did thi~ doubting alexman,
that I roumld not vget even a
ten dollar order from Mr.
ti.oefnwaner. I had all day
the following day to prove
my ability or lose the bet.
The next night we met. I
carried a broad mmile on my;
fac, and taking from myi
pocket a rather sizable order
showedd them it waxs signed'
by the hard boiled Mr. Rosenn-
wa ger himself, and demand-
ed the fifty of mine ax well an
the fifty dollars I had right-
fully won. It was agreed that.
I was entitled to it, but firmt
I wax to tell how I accom-
Ilished what was thought to
,e the Impoxible. BoyM, it
wax a cinch. You told me that
Mr. RoMenwamner wax a piousn
.Jew. That wax enough for
me. This morning I called on
him and with a woebegone
face asked him if he could not
do me a favor. I told him I
had left yesterday for my
trip and had forgotten to
take my Talith and Teffilnn
with me. Since I was an ob-
servant Jew I could not eat
wimh wan granted. And did.
I pray? I


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had prayed, would he tiere-
fore ?fx gr enou.hr to let me
have the loan rf hia Tallith
and Teffillin. Boy.S you 'hruld
have Aw-n how quickly my

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Pays To Know
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ffillin" and therefore could
t eat nor go to .business
til he had prayed, and
uld the good Mr. Rosen-
sser be good enough to let
m have the loan of the
allith" and "Teffillin" so
, too, could pray and pro-
ed to eat and do business.
ut what a reception I got"
Id my friend. "Rosenwasser
emed to rise higher than
actually was. He got red
the face, and advancing to-
ards me with clenched fists,
lied "Get out of here you
indler." "If you were the
al pious Jew you claim to
, you'd know that today
as "Tisha B'AB," and that
day you don't use the "Tef-
Ilin" in! the morning, and
at today you, don't eat, you
st." "Get out before I beat
u up," yelled Rosenwas-
r. "And that," concluded
y friend who tried to emu-
te my feat, "comes from
t knowing my calendar."
s that a disappointment?"
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LIVE FOR SOMETHING



Live for something, have a purpose,
And that purpose keep in view;
Drifting like a helmless vessel,
Thou canst ne'er to life be true
Half the wrecks that strew life's ocean
If some star had been their guide,
Might have been riding safely,
But they drifted with the tide.

Live for something, and liVe earnest.
Though the work may humble be,
By the world of men unnoticed,
Known alone to God and thee.
Every act has priceless value
To the architect of fate;
'Tis the spirit of thy doing
That alone will make it great.

Live for something-God and angels
Are thy watchers in the strife,
And above the smoke and conflict
Gleams the victor's crown of life.
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR


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MOTTOES
Under the glass top of the desk of an interesting New
Yorker I saw a bit of white paper with these words:
'"The dog barks, but the caravan passes on."
Taken in connection with the man's character and ca-
reer, the sentence is revealing.
He has been barked at.plenty, but he has proceeded. He
has done his work, built a great enterprise, created employ-
ment for thousands of people. The barking long since became
faint and very far behind.
The First National Bank of New York is presided over
by a white whiskered gentleman of more than eighty, named
George F. Baker. When his name gets into the newspapers
it is usually because some stock in which he is known to
hold a large and permanent interest has advanced a hundred
points in a week and added several million dollars to his
fortune.
A friend of mine visited the bank on business, and came
back with the sentence:
"The vision to see them; the courage to buy them; the
patience to hold them."
Whether it came from Mr. Baker or not, it is his philo-
sophy, and the secret of his fortune.
In Boston there is another old man, perhaps the most
unselfish human being I have ever known. His whole life has
been devoted to service to the city's poor, and the look in his
eyes is a benediction. I asked him once whether he is worried
about the future. "You give away all you earn," I said.
"What will you live on when you are too old to work ?"
For answer he pulled a slip of paper out of his pocket-
book, and passed it over to me.
"Trust in the Lord and do good. So shalt thou dwell in
the land, and verily thou shalt be fed."
That, he said, is a promissory note from the Owner of
the Universe. On that promise he has fed for seventy
years, and he has confidence that it will contioue bego
Each of these three men has continued in th-orld
long time, and paid a price for experience. Each is quite
different from the others. Yet, from their three mottoes
one might evolve something in th way of a philosophy.
"If you are going to do anything you must expect criti-
cism. But it's better to be a doer than a critic. The doer
moves; the critic stands still, and is passed by.
"You must believe in something-in yourself, in the
country, in God. You must have courage to back that belief
with your money and your life, and patience to wait for
fulfillment."
This is old stuff, you say. And I answer that everything
important is old stuff. Love is old stuff. Building a home is
old stuff. Becoming a father is old stuff.
But all old things become thrillingly new as each man
discovers them for himself.
Marriage Is Iweeks ago in an automobile
accident. Mrs. Kovnat was a
Announced Here visitor to Miami last season
1and made quite a number of
S friends during her stay here.


Mr. and Mrs. M. Roseman
announced the marriage of
their daughter, Dorothy on
September 14, to Dr. Maurice
Kovnat of New York city.
Mrs. Kovnat is the niece of
Dr. and Mrs. M. D. Kirsch
and is the first granddaugh-
ter of Rev. M. B. Herman of
Miami Beach to be married.
Rev. Herman was to have
gone to New York city to per-
form the ceremony, but was
prevented because of injuries
sustained by him several
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Friday, September 19, 19


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MIAMI, FLA.

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er of Pennsylvania has just Acme of Jealousy lapped.the plaintiff it
been appointed director of the Alleged In Suit her 19-year-d nephew on
United Synagogue of Amer- ASuit
ica committee of 1,000. The return from Europe. Instant
object of the committees to What court attaches be- of cruelty are alleged in
make a thorough survey of liete to be the acme of jeal- complaint filed by Morris
the religious reqLirements of ousy is alleged in a suit for Meyers, attorneys.
all the Jewish communities of divorce filed in circuit court
:the United States, with spe- late yesterday by Florence Lawyer (handing check f
cial stress laid on the needs Cromer against Mendel Cro- $100 to client who had be
of the small community. Mrs. mer. In addition to being sus- awarded $500)-There's tl
Samuel Spiegel, president of vicious of other men gener- balance after deducting n
the Woman's League of the ally, the suit charges, the de- fee. What are you thinkit
United Synagogue ill assist fendant became enraged and of? Aren't you satisfied?
'the new director iri her work. Client: I was just wonder
Mrs. Friedlander has been Conservative Jewish Syna ing who got hit by the ca
secretary of the Eastern gogues of the United States. you or me.
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tee for the past four years
and has also been active in MMPS
the Joint Distribution Com MR. AND MRS. JULIUS SIMPSON
imittee work. MISS NORMA SIMPSON
The United Synagogue of MISS NORMA SIMPSON
America is the association of
_MASTER SHEPPARD SIMPSON

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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN


SERNEST CAMD JQ
NEW YORK.-Cigar Clerk:
hind a counter, dark and sleek,
From spectacles he mildly peers
e long day through But in
his veins
There flows the blood of buccan-
eers!
-Ann Howe
Push-button living does not sit
ell with the average inlander
ansplanted to this crowded isle.
accustomed to more space and
rht and air, he soon finds the
amped, mechanical life of Man-
ittan unbearable.
ie Hunt Believing it better to
>r Air be a cliff-dweller than a
rdine, he dashes to the suburbs.
ere, he says to himself, I will
nd a quiet little apartment, a
ade of grass, a tree Like
king for the pork in "pork and
ans."
He doesn't find it. But taking
e lesser of two evils, he selects
mething and moves in, arguing
at while it isn't any better tnan
anhattan, iti certainly can't be
iy worse.
I was apartment hunting over in
ng Island.
"Manhattan is clawing my ner-
s," I complained to the realtor.
'an you show me something
rge and airy-something like a
lephone booth?"
He informed me that ninety per
nt of the persons moving into
e community were others like
yself-yaps from the red hill
untry who had tried Manhattan
ing and retreated in a rout. The
wn has grown 1300 per cent in
pulation in ten years.
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The result is that many New
)rkers-both native and trans-
inted-live so far away from me
y that they must ride incredible
itances to work.
A train ride of fify miles every
>rning is not uncommon-and
'ty miles more returned home
at night.
I know several people who spend
sily four hours a day on trains,
st shuttling back and forth be-
*een the grindstone and the roost
the suburbs.
Work Among wealthy New
Water Yorkers the present
ge is going to work in speed
ats that skim the Hudson, the
ist river, and Long Island
und. Others travel in what are
own as "commuters."
A typical commuter is the em-
diment of swank. Costing from
50,000 to $300,000, it is main-
ned-together with a waiter,
ok, and crew of three-for the
!e purpose of hauling the owner
work, and home again.
Your Soap Magnate arises in
Suburbs, has his morning
)wers, dresses, and steps aboard
i boat. He takes his place in a
ling room of teakwood and ma-
gany.
Speeding along at 30 or 40 miles
'hour, he gulps his orange juice,
con, eggs, and coffee, and scans
? morning paper. Then steps
lore-ready for the daily grind.
bir-minded millionaires have
ne a step farther. They ride to
,or in amphibian planes. Tak-
; off from a private airport,
, plane alights a few minutes la-
near a wharf on the water-
nt, putting the owner on land a
v blocks from his office. Tough
*
Lt an early hour of morning, a
w Yorker on his way home
ed a drunk wandering aimless-
up and down Broadway.
;ympathetically, he asked,
*hy don't you take a trolley
ne, my man?"
Shno use," the.wobbly one re-
r ",,_i T AiA *th' wife wouldn't


would find a bristling arsenal-
pistols, blackjacks, dynamite,
"pineapples." A very devil of a
place. ..
They reached the attic. They
opened the door, and the bright
sunlight streamed in. They step-
ped out upon a roof-into the
midst of thousands of fluttering
white wings. Here was the Bad
Man's only strong-hold, here where
he raised and loved pigeons .
*
I was eating in an Amsterdam
Avenue restaurant.
"What kind of pie is that?" I
asked a waiter.
"It's peach, sir," he replied.
"Do you suppose it will hurt
me?" I playfully inquired.
"No, sir," came the quick reply,
"-not until you hit the pave-
ment."


New Year In A

Jewish Home
Some Years Ago


(Continued from Page 4)
her knowledge of their most
extravagant yearnings and
desires), if Fate had seen fit
to fill her depleted exchequer.
Even here the will is taken
for the deed.
Later, when the gravy
bowls are empty, and the
Shir ha-Maaloth and the Ben-
shen (grace) are sung and in-
toned by the entire family,
bass, alto, and soprano come
in at the finish on the Nation-
al Hymn of America and in
Hebrew, too.
Grandfather will be seen to
be tired, in spite of his asser-


tions to the contrary. And
well may he be, for has he not
during the past two weeks,
ridden far and wide through
the city's outlying districts,
hunting up Jewish derelicts,
and seeking to interest them
in the formation of a little


community, whose first task
shall be the establishment of
a synagogue? Did he not that-
very day, after the last fin-
ishing touches had been given
to the white satin curtain,
with a star in gilt braid out.
lined upon it, that hides the
Aron ha-Kodesh in the new
synagogue, did he not ride all
the way into town, carrying
back in his arms, via Elevat-
ed, and stage, and long dusty
roads, the precious Scroll of
t:he Law, the Torah, bequeath-
ed to him by his aged father,
and, until nowi kept in the ark
of the old synagogue in which
his family have worshipped
for years? Verily, the fire
that burns within must be
bright to make possible to his
weakening powers so diffi-
cult a physical undertaking.
But it is this selfsane power
within the loyal Jewish breast
a fire enkindling the vitaliz-
ing, that wages eternal battle
for the ideals of Judaism, car-
rying them and the ark, which
is their resting-place, where-
soever the Jew tarries, be it
for an hour, a day, or a life-
time.
"How goodly are they tents,
0 Jacob! Thy tabernacles, 0
Israel!" Graceful spires and
gilded domes lift their heads


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proudly to the sky, attesting filled with holy zeal and love
the Jew's loyalty to the God for their mission to the world
of Israel. Pray God that on for which they have been
this day the hearts of the welded together, and kept in-
worshippers within may be tact as a nation.

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tion is steam radiators only ankle-
high.
One set of inventors is working
on a scheme of weaving rugs and
draperies with electric wires con-
cealed in the fabric through which
a current can be run to keep the
room warm, on the principle of
the electric heating-pads, now
familiar everywhere.
ICE CREAM
EVERY person in the United
States ate three gallons of ice-
cream last year, according to the
United States Department of Agri-
TIME culture. If you got less than that,
WE have almost reached the point somebody else ate more. The con-
where the work of the world sumption of ice-cream has increas-
can be done in half of the time that ed by one-half in ten years.
it took twenty years ago. The We are shipping ice-cream from
shortening of the hours of the America now to every part of the
working day in industry has only world. At your hotel in Cairo,
just begun, according to the U. S. Egypt, or Bombay, or Hong Kong,
Department of Labor. The eight- you will find a well-known Amer-
hour day is general in many in- ican brand of ice-cream on the
dustries, but in some sections the menu. One of the greatest inven-
ten-hour day still prevails. tions in the food line is the homog-
It is the belief of those who enizer used by ice-cream manufac-
have studied the subject closely turers, which enables them to
that a universal seven-hour day store surplus cream through the
would give everybody work all Winter in the form of butter. But-
the time, except for a reasonable ter will keep where pure cream
vacation period, and would not will not. It is rtn through the
slow up production below the de- homogenizer, whith breaks up the
mand for finished products, in any fat globules, rjixing them with
line. The difficulty is to get com- milk, with pure ream as the pro-.
peting industries and estabish- duct, which canq then be flavored
ments to agree to the change. Such and frozen.
difficulties are not insuperable
however. Twenty years ago nobody LIGHT
would have believed that it would A YOUNG man named Elmer
be possible to get all of the de- Sperry went to Chicago fifty
apartment stores in New York to years ago and began to make elec-
agree to close all day Saturday in tric arc lights. He built a tower
Summer, but it has been brought on top of the Board of Trade,
about. i. ... .-


BUILDINGS
THE newest thing in building
construction is the "hung"
building. Instead of a foundation
as big as the building, with posts
at the four corners, the building is
hung from a single steel pole set
in concrete and resting at its
lower end on bedrock.
Two such "hung" buildings have
been constructed in New York.
The center pole is in the middle
of the building, and all of the steel
floor beams are suspended from
it and braced against sagging. The
outside of the building is merely
a shell of brick or terra-cotta to
keep out the weather and does not
have to support anything more
than its own weight.
Now efforts are being made to
introduce lighter materials for the
walls and floors of hung buildings,
including featherweight, fireproof
concrete for floors and glass for


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN


"VERY LATEST"
By MARY MARSHALL
There is no need to hesitate
about buying more sleeveless
blouses and making as many more
yourself, because their usefulness
is sure to outlast the summer.


a useful indoor costume. Once y
have cut out a pattern for a pla
slip-on blouse that fits you, the
is an almost endless variety to
gained by different arrangeme
of the collar, and the addition
various sorts of frills and jab
trimming.
The blouse or blousette show
today was made of fine handke
chief linen a soft shade of blue
be worn with a dark blue line
suit. Of pale yellow or green,
would be a smart complement
the popular black pique suit. Pa
allel tucks trim the front and tal
give the becoming neck finish.


8 Dr. and Mrs. A. E.
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Sand Daughter

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and Friends sincere wishes
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR


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buuiling anu .nstalieu d u2 electric
arcs which gave 40.000 candle- o
power of light. It was the wonder
of its time, but another young man
named Edison about that time o
brought out incandescent light and
that soon replaced arcs for city
lighting.
Elmer Sperry kept on experi- ,
meeting with arcs, however, and
developed the searchlights which
are used today by every navy in
the world and by most armies. ;
Spperry died a few years ago at
the age of 70, but before his death
he gave the city f Chicago the o
most powerful light ever built. It
is known as the indberg Beacon,
and was first u d during the na-
tional air me4 in August. It .
stands on a tower 600 feet above (
Lake Michigan, and throws a light ,
more intense, per square inch of '
radiating surface, than that of the
sun. It can be seen for 250 miles, *
to guide flyers to the Chicago o
Airport.


3lay the Sounding of the


"SHOFAR"
-sher in for All Our Jewish Friend:
A Happy New Year
Abundant with Health, Wealth and
Prosperity


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ork city will arrive next
eek to spend the winter here
ith her daughter, Mrs. Sol.
othford. Accpmpanying her
ill be her daughter and
randchild, Mrs. R. Ginsberg
nd baby of Rockaway, New
ork. They will remain here
until the close of the winter
eason.
*
Sam Wampler has returned
rom a brief visit to Gainse-
ille. He will matriculate this
ear at the University of Mi-
mi.

Mr. and Mrs. Day J. Apte
nd daughter,, Alice, return-
d from a three month's Eur-
pean trip.
On her way home Mrs. Apte
topped at her former home,
tlanta for a brief visit. Mr.
pte is president of Temple
srael, of the Jewish Welfare
bureau and secretary of the
iami Chamber of Commerce
nd is well known as an ac-
ive civic and charity worker.
At a meeting of the Beth
avid Sisterhood Executive
board held at the Talmud
orah last Monday afternoon
lans for the Holiday season
ere adopted. Mrs. Isidor Co-
en past president of the or-
anization is chairman of the
committee in charge of the
uccoth entertainment. Mrs.
ouis Weinkle whose hus-
and is treasurer of the Con-
regation is chairman of the
committee in charge of a
imchas Torah dinner which
will be a Congregation affair
nd will in all probability be
eld at the Talmud Torah au-
itorium. Detail plans will be
announced shortly. At the
lose of the meeting the pres-
dent, Mrs. Lewis Brown ser-
ed ice cream and cake.
Mrs. Larry Fay returned to
iami this week accompan-
ed by her sons- who had
pent the vacation in summer
amp. Mrs. Fay was away
rom Miami for several
months visiting friends and
relatives In New York and
vicinity.
Miss Ethel Barg who spent
er vacation in New York
nd Philadelphia returned to
iami this week.
Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kap-
an will be at home to the
embers and worshippers of
emple Israel, on Rosh Has-
0ono afternoon from 3 to 6
m. at their home 436 N. E.
Q4 04t.-^^ S J.


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husband, Dr. Carl Press re-
turned to Miami by motor
last Saturday after having
spent several months visiting
in the North.
*
At the meeting of the Jun-
ior Council of Jewish Women
held last Tuesday evening at
the home of Miss Irene Farr
the plans for the benefit
bridge to be held Sunday eve-
ning, September 21, at the
home of Miss Minnie Blanck,
1800 S. W. 11th avenue, were
announced. Members of both
the Senior and Junior Council,
as well as the members of
the Junior and Senior Chap-
,ters of Hadassah, and the Sis-
terhoods of the City have
been invited to attend and
bring their friends. There will
be a nominal charge of only
fifty cents. Miss Sylvia Farr
is chairman of the committee,
and Miss Minnie Blanck is
chairman in charge of the
refreshments. Prizes will be
awarded and refreshments
will be served.
The social calendar for the
winter season is now being
prepared and will be announ-
ced very shortly regarding
this matter.
Among the projects that
are expected to be carried in-
to effect this season is the
establishment of a centrally
located club room where the
members may meet during
the day. for enjoyment and
various diversions that will
be offered from time to time.
Miss Martha Spiegelman is
chairman of the committee in
charge of this project. Defi-
nite details are expected to
be announced very shortly re-
garding this matter.
4 *
Mr. P. G. Blanck returned
to Miami this week after hav-
ing spent several weeks in
-New York city on a buying
trip.
*
Mr. Sydney Palmer left
Wednesday night to spend
several weeks in St. Louis on
a business trip.

Mr. Lawrence Sapero of
the Fisher Lumber Co., is
leaving the last of this week
to join Mrs. Sapero at Atlan-
tic City where they will spend
the High Holidays. They will
visit relatives and friends at
Baltimore on their way home.
Miss Mathilde Norman of
Riverside Drive, New York
city, arrived today to spend
the winter with her sister and
brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Weiner.


t!_. *
Mrs. J. Louis Shochet is ex- The members of the Fort-
)ected to return to Miami the nightly Book Review Club
atter part of this week after were entertained last Tues-
Ssix week's stay with her day night at her home by
another who is seriously ill in
3altimore. During her stay i
he visited relatives in Balti- O
nore and Washington, D. C. Dr. Jos. B. -Margolis

Cantor A. Shefferman who Extends To All His Relatives
vill chant the services at g
3eth David during the High a
holidays at Beth David will sincere Wishes for g
rrive in Miami next Monday *
morning, and will remain here A VERY HAPPY
until after Yom Kippur. NEW Y
NEWYEAR
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Mrs. Carl Press (formerly c"-
'euer) accompanied by her I


Mrs. Milton Weiner. Mrs. A. were Mesdames Jos. S. Fields vid Gogen, Dan Rosengarten
E. Rosenthal gave a resume Harry Weinberg, Adele Vince and Charles Rosengarten.
of Marc Connelly's. '"The Rose, Harry Orlin, Alex The next meeting will be held
Green Pastures." Present Goldstein, Herman Rubin, Da- (Continued on Page 12)
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ACIVIES


on Tuesday evening, Septem- Jere Gold, the son of Mr.
her 30, at the home of Mrs. and Mrs.. H. Gold of this city
A. E. Rosenthal, when Mrs. and Pahokee will be Bar Mit-
Harry Weinberg will review zva next week at Congrega-
ErneAt Raymond's "A Fam- don Beth El Rabbi Wroobe!
ily That Was." At the close will officiate at the services.
of the meeting refreshments *
were served by the hostess. Rabbi Carl N. Herman wi-l
arrive the later part of this
Definite announcement will week to assume his duties as
shortly be made a the Rabbi of Temple Beth I-rae..
nirtg ( made a. to the -He i accompanied by Mrs.
ening of the Workmen's Cir- Herman.
cle Sc<-hl, which has been *
delayed' because of the High A regular meeting of Con-
Holida'ys -.-r.. The m.em- gregation Beth El was -held
bers of the school] board in at the Community Hous- la.&:
deference to the wishes of Wedneday night when im-
rome of the parents of the portant business swas trarns-
ildren attending the school. i acted.
have agreed to have the open- *
ing of the school deferred un- A bridge part.' for the ben-
t;i after the Succoth Hoii- efit of Temple Beth Israe
day.. At that time a der.fir- _
program for the school ,w:;
be announced. REAL
REA L


In. response to many. in-
,s:rie-, the officers of the
former Ladies' Auxiliary so-
clet. have announced that a
meeting of the organization
will be held the early part of
October and that due notice
will be sent to all the mem-
bers, and announcement
made in the daily and weekly
papers of Greater Miami.


SOCIETY


Beth El and is under the lead-
ership of Rabbi Wroobel who
conducts the classes, and will
be held daily except Satur-
day and Sunday. Further in-


daughter, Sarah, last wee
At the ceremony of nami
the baby at the Synagog
Rabbi Wroobel officiated.
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In Extending to Our

Jewish Friends Sincere Wishes

For a Happy New Year

SCAY we respectfully urge that the right way to start a
NEW YEAR is to use the Morris Plan as the means
of insuring a comfortable future. Save money regu-
larly and consistently ..... and the convenience, safety and
attractive interest of a Morris Plan Savings Account will
multiply your effort towards financial independence.


"No one ever lost a dollar of savings or
interest in a MORRIS PLAN BANK."


9507 THE 5%


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On Savings of On Savings
of Miami


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ity in merchandise, Kashruth beyond question.

THIS PLEDGE WE HAVE KEPT


We meet competition, give better

quality, undoubted as to Kash-

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"REISMAN SERVICE"

WE are indeed thankful to our many friends and
patrons, and on the eve df Rosh Hashono,
extend our sincere wishes to them and to the
entire Jewry of Miami for a


Happy New Year

Replete With Health, Wealth

and Prosperity


Joe Reisman

Kosher Meats and Poultry
Phone 3-2270
166 N. W. FIFTH STREET


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Sisterhood wil be given at the
home of fMrs. A. Kerman next
week. Prizes wll be awarded
and refreshments wil be ser-
ved.
The first s tsion of the
Free Talmud Torah was held
at 3:(X p. n. last Wednesday
afternoon in the portable
school building in the Centra!
School grounds on Gardenia
street. The -h:O win:c i-
entirel: free o. up.
s--p:ons-red by C'ngr t" -
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Seats
At

BETH JACOB
319 Washington Ave. -
S Miami Beach
For the
HIGH HOLIDAYS
ROSH HASHONO
and
SYOM KIPPURR
S WILL BE AVAILABLE
BEGINNING
Sunday Morning
Sept. 14.
at 10 a. m.
And thereafter every day at
the Synagorue
W_ M o .- 1


formation ma- be obtained Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bar
from the Rabbi. and children returned fr0
and Mrs. Hary Lei- their summer vacation spei
.,vin- are being congratul- at Asheville, N. C., last Pd
sted upon the birth of a baby day.

ENJOY YOUR

HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
at the
ODD FELLOWS HALL
(Corner N. W. Second Avenue and Fourth Street)
with the
J Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation
ROSH HASHONO
Beginning Evening of September 22nd, 1930
TICKETS ONLY $2.00 and $3.00

Get your tickets at the Hall Saturday night, all day Sun.
day and al! day Monday, where a committee will help you select
your --eats.

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